Belfast Weekly News
April 25 1857
April 21, at Abbeylands, the wife of John M’Gildowny, of Clare Park, Esq., of a daughter.
April 21, at Wellington Park, the wife of the Rev. George Shaw, of a daughter.
April 19, at Jackson Hall, Ballymacarrett, the wife of R.B. Hall, solicitor, of a daughter.
April 20, at 46, Lonsdale Street, the wife of the Rev. G.A.F. Patton, of a daughter.
April 19, at Fox Lodge, Mrs. Wm. Young, of a son.
April 13, at Dantzic, the wife of Mr Wm. G. Wilson, of a daughter.
April 21, at the Donegall Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. George Bellis, assisted by the Rev. Isaac Nelson, J.B. M’Kean, of New York, to Dora, youngest daughter of Captain Whitehead, of Shields, England.
March 17, in the First Presbyterian Church, Dromora, County Down, by the Rev. William Craig, Mr John Davison, Moydalgan, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr Robert Jones.
April 16, at the Parish Church, Leamington, by the Rev. Lloyd S.Bruce, brother of the bride, the Rev. A. Boudier, assistant-minister of St Mary’s, Warwick, to Ellen Letitia, second daughter of the late James Bruce, Bart., of Downhill Park, County Londonderry.
April 18, at St Annes Church, by the Rev. T.F. Miller, Vicar, Hugh M, eldest son of the late John Pentland, Esq., Belfast, to Emily, eldest daughter of the late Noah Dalway, Lieut. R.N., Carrickfergus.
April 20, at the Donegall Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Isaac Nelson, Mr David Moncrieff, compositor, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr John Coates, Upper Falls, Belfast.
April 18, at the First Presbyterian Church, Comber, by the Rev. J.M. Killen, Mr George Thompson, Carroreagh, Dundonald, to Eliza, second daughter of the late Mr James Hill, Crescent, Comber.
April 15, at Glenavy Church, by the Rev. J. Whiteside, W.H.Patrick, Esq., surgeon to Margaret, second daughter of the late George Forsyth, Esq., M.D., Carrickfergus.
April 20, at Drung Chapel, by the Rev. M.M’Kenna, C.C., Lieut. Neal Doherty, late of Osmanli Horse Artillery, to Annie, youngest daughter of Jane M’Conneloag, Esq., Quigley’s Point, County Donegal.
April 21, Mr George Lunney, of Wolf-hill, aged 53 years.
At Wolf-hill, suddenly, James Boyde,aged 52 years.
April 21, after a short illness, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr John Lytle.
April 20, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Samuel Patton, High Street, Newtownards, aged 54 years.
April 21, Charles, son of Mr William Stewart, Silver Stream, Belfast.
April 21, Catherine, relict of the late Mr Thos. Stormont, of Ballygomartin, aged 80 years.
April 20, at her residence, 25 Russell Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr John Campbell, aged 25 years.
April 19, Anne, third daughter of Mr James Byrne, 92 High Street, Belfast.
April 17, at Inkermann Terrace, at the residence of her son-in-law, ( W.W. Godfrey, Esq.) Letitia, daughter of the late Andrew Thompson, Esq., of Newry, and widow of the late Benjamin Thomson, Esq., Ravensdale, Co. Louth, in the 81st year of her age.
April 16, aged 18, of disease of the heart, William eldest son of Mr Samuel Agnew, No.19, John Street, Downpatrick.
At the residence of his mother, 5 Blackbourne Terrace, Birkenhead, in his sixteenth year, Wm. Frederick, third son of the late Titchbourne Greuber, Esq., of Liverpool.
April 19, at Cookstown, Mrs Elizabeth Custer, relict of the late Brnard Custer, Esq., R.N., aged 72 years.
April 18, at Donaghadee, in the 92nd year of her age, Sarah M’Cracken, relict of the late John M’Cracken, of Portavo. For the last forty years of her life she was a zealous member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society.
April 21, at Derrylecka, near Newry, Mr Daniel M’Caffery, aged 108 years.
March 19, at Terre-haute, in the State of Indiana, Saml. Crawford Esq., fourth son of the late Mrs Forbes, of Antrim.