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Insolvent Debtors' Court, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, November 1836

Extracted from Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette November 19 1836
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

A list of bankrupts scheduled to present their petitions for relief from insolvency at Omagh, in and for the County of Tyrone, on November 24 at 9.00am

[Bankrupts were detained in Omagh Debtors’ Gaol until outstanding debts had been cleared to the satisfaction of creditors]

Many names and former places of residence are spelt phonetically, so a reasonable degree of creativity is required to locate a possible forebear.

 

SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

FORMER RESIDENCE

OCCUPATION

ANDERSON

Thomas

Killeenan

farmer

BEATTY

James

Moy

gent.

CONWAY

Charles

Wilstrol [Kilstrule?]

farmer

CRAWFORD

John

Tulnacross

farmer

CUNNINGHAM

Thomas

Omagh

saddler

DOBBINS

James

Beragh

stonemason

DONAUGHEY

Patrick

Benburk [Benburb]

pensioner

FITZGERALD

Michael

Derrychrin

pensioner

GREER

Robert

Mullaghmore

farmer

HAGAN

John

Dungannon

innkeeper

HENDERSON

John

Ardarver

farmer

HUGHES

John

Dungannon

yeoman

KYLE

William

Low Beragh

pensioner

LITTLE

John

Cavononeill

farmer

MARTIN

Archibold

Lamey

pensioner

McANNA

Hugh

Drumnaforb

innkeeper and grocer

McCARNAN

Robert

Glanrone

farmer & miller

McCUTCHEON

John

Anvalee [Arvalee?]

publican

McGINN

Francis

Drum

labourer

McGINN

John

Carrickmore

grocer

McPHILEMY

Francis

Archil

farmer

McQUAID

Nicholas

Enaghmagorm [Enaghmore?]

farmer

MURRAY

Anthony

Altmore

pensioner

NIXON

Andrew

Glennygoolen

weaver

NIXON

Martha

Glennygoolen

widow

PARK

James

Arvalee

pensioner

SHORT

James

Eskeragh

farmer

VERNER

John

Glendavagh

schoolmaster

WATSON

Robert

Lamey

gent.

WATSON

the Rev. John

Lammy

seceding minister

WILSON

Joseph

Drumconnor

farmer