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Brantry Parish Church (Holy Trinity Church of Ireland), Aghaloo Civil Parish, Selected Records including Henderson, Wilson & Wright Baptisms 1845-82

Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

Additional information from the baptismal register transcribed by Josephine McBride
josmcb178[at]btinternet.com
Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Brantry. Photo acknowledgement to Kenneth Allen

 

 

February 25 1852

[Marriage] FITZGERALD-BEATTY: February 19, in Horetown Church, by the Rev. J. C. Martin, D.D., uncle of the bride, the Rev. Gerald Fitzgerald, Incumbent of Brantry, county Tyrone, to Mary, eldest daughter of David Beatty, Esq., of Raheenduff, county Wexford (Londonderry Journal)

February 15 1855

[Birth] On the 6th instant, at Brantry Glebe House, near Caledon, the wife of Rev. Gerald Fitzgerald, of a son (Banner of Ulster)

August 24 1856

[Birth] Oct. 3, at Brantry Glebe, the wife of Rev. Gerald Fitzgerald, of a son (Armagh Guardian)

February 5 1862

[Marriage] ADAMS-MAYNE: January 3, at Brantry Church, by the Rev. F. S. Smily, Randal Adams, Esq., of Rhynmount, county Longford, to Eliza, daughter of Nathaniel Mayne, Esq., Lakeview, Aughnacloy (Belfast Morning News)

October 4 1862

[Birth] At Brantry Glebe, Dungannon, on the 26th ult., the wife of the Rev. A. Ferguson Smyly, of a daughter (Coleraine Chronicle)

July 1 1865

[Birth] On the 16th inst., at Brantry Glebe, Dungannon, the wife of the Rev. A. Ferguson Smyly, of a daughter (Londonderry Journal)

June 5 1869

[Birth] May 30, at Brantry Glebe, Tyrone, the wife of the Rev. Francis Elton Freeman, M.A., of Castle Froome, Herefordshire, and Incumbent of Brantry, Tyrone, of a son (Londonderry Journal)

May 18 1872

[Birth] May 9, at Brantry Glebe, Co. Tyrone, the wife of the Rev. Francis Elton Freeman, M. A., of Castle Froome, Herefordshire, and Incumbent of Brantry, of a son (Belfast Weekly News)

May 14 1875

[Birth] May 4, at Brantry Glebe, county Tyrone, the wife of the Rev. Charles King Irwin, junior, rector of Brantry, of a son (Derry Journal)

September 15 1877

[Birth] Sept. 9, at Brantry Parsonage, County Tyrone, the wife of the Rev. Charles King Irwin, jun., incumbent of Brantry, of a son (Ulster Gazette)

October 12 1878

[Birth] October 2, at Brantry Glebe, diocese of Armagh, the wife of the Rev. Charles King Irwin, jun., Incumbent of Brantry, of a daughter (Belfast Weekly News)

November 12 1870

[Marriage] THOMPSON-COWAN: November 1, at Brantry Church, by the Rev. Francis Elton Freeman, James, youngest son of the late James Thompson, Cavanaleck, Co. Fermanagh, to Isabella, second daughter of Thomas Cowan, Laurel Cottage, Tannagh, Brantry, Co. Tyrone (Belfast Weekly News)

April 22 1892

BRANTRY EASTER VESTRY

The annual vestry of Brantry parish was held on Easter Tuesday, at the Rectory – the incumbent (Rev. P. Bookey) presiding. The chairman, having opened the meeting with prayer, the accounts were examined and found correct. The incumbent appointed as his churchwarden Mr. Henry Stringer, and Mr. William Robinson was elected people’s churchwarden. The other appointments made were – Sidesmen – Mr. John Farnon and Mr. Robert Robinson. Select Vestry – Messrs. T. Stockdale, J. Hazelton, G. H. Marshall, John Cowan, W. J. Whittle, Irwin McClarin, James Plunkett, James Caddoo, John Parr, D. McCrudden, Craig McMitchell, John Barbour (Belfast News-Letter)

September 24 1892

[Marriage] MARSHALL-WATTERS: September 16, at Holy Trinity Church, Brantry, George H. Marshall, Legane, Brantry, to Eliza (Jennie), only daughter of the late John Watters, St. Helen’s, England (Tyrone Courier)

 

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH OF IRELAND, BRANTRY, CO. TYRONE: BAPTISMS: HENDERSON, WILSON & WRIGHT FAMILIES

Extracted and transcribed by Josephine McBride

BIRTH/ BAPTISM

CHILD

PARENTS (mothers’ surnames not given)

CALLING

ADDRESS

February 1 1845

John

WILSON: John & Matlida

labourer

Mullintor

April 7 1847

Anne

HENDERSON: Marshall & Mary

farmer

Gleenkeen

March 4 1849

Margaret

WRIGHT: William & Sarah

farmer

Kilmore

1849

Charles

WILSON: John & Mary

 

 

March 3 1850

Thomas

HENDERSON: William & Margaret

 

Knockadrean

April 6 1856

John

WRIGHT: William & Sarah

labourer

Kilmore

Not given

Mary Jane

WRIGHT: William & Sarah

labourer

Kilmore


 

SURVIVING RECORDS FOR BRANTRY PARISH CHURCH (Armagh Diocese)

[Formed out of Aghaloo, Carnteel and Clonfeacle parishes]

The following records have been microfilmed by the staff of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast (PRONI) where they are available for consultation:

Baptisms, 1844-71; Burials, 1846-82; Confirmation list, 1873 PRONI Film #MIC583/24

Records remaining in local custody (at the church)

Baptisms, 1871 - ; Marriages, 1845 - ; Burials, 1883 - ; Vestry minutes, 1844 - ;