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Beattie & Beatty Genealogy Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1831-69

Items from the Press
Extracted from Personal Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths Inserted in the Londonderry Sentinel
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia




Date Notice
Nov 19 1831 [Married] BEATTY & MCAFEE. On Tuesday, the 15th inst., in the Cathedral Church of this City, by the Rev. C. Seymour, Mr. John Beatty, of Dungannon, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the Rev. Daniel McAfee
Dec 14 1839 [Died] On the morning of the 7th inst., after a lingering illness, Mr. Thomas Beattie, of William Street
May 16 1840 [Married] BEATTY & ORR. On Thursday, the 7th inst., in the Cathedral, by the Rev. John Kincaid, Mr. Henry Beatty, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. James Orr, both of this City
Dec 24 1842 [Died] On Sunday, the 18th inst., at Cross, the residence of his brother-in-law, Robert Smyth, Esq., Captain Vincent Beatty, aged 64 years
Aug 16 1845 [Married] GREESON & BEATTY. On the 14th inst., in Convoy Church, by the Rev. John Beatty, Henry Barnes Greeson, barrister, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, son of the late Rev. George Greeson, Ardnarcher House, King's county, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Beatty, Esq., of Derry
Jul 10 1847 [Married] BROLLY & BEATTIE. On the 6th inst., in the First Presbyterian Meeting House, Ballymena, by the Rev. Henry Jackson Dobbin, D.D., Mr. Robert S. Brolly, of Newtownlimavady, to Eliza Jane, youngest daughter of the late William Beattie, Esq., M.D., Ballymena
Jul 25 1862 [Married] BEATTY & BROWN. July 15, at the First Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. R.W. Fleming, Mr. William Beatty, merchant, Mullanahaunch, Dungannon, to Martha, daughter of Mr. John Brown, Tullaghmurry, Portstewart
Apr 10 1863 [Married] BEATTY & REILLY. On the 7th April, in the Cathedral, Londonderry, by the Rev. William M. Beresford, A.M., James, second son of Mr. Henry Beatty, to Isabella, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Reilly, both of this City
Mar 18 1864 [Birth] On the 17th March, at her residence, Bishop Street, Mrs. James Beatty, of a son
Nov 7 1865 [Birth] On the 5th November, at Alma Place, Derry, Mrs. James Beatty, of a daughter
Nov 21 1865 [Married] BEATTY & COOKE. November 15, in Tamlaght Church, by the Rev. Samuel Twigg, Rector, Mr. Robert Beatty, of Mullaghorory, Coagh [Co. Tyrone], to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Alexander Cooke, of Tamlaght
Mar 20 1866 [Died] March 16, at an advanced age, Miss Anna Beattie, Great James Street, Derry
Apr 17 1866 [Married] MCDONALD & BEATTIE. April 12, at Newtownlimavady, by the Rev. George Steen, A.M., Mr. John McDonald, of Gorticaw, to Catherine Ann, eldest daughter to Mr. Robert Beattie, of Burnally, county Londonderry
Jan 1 1867 [Married] BEATTY & FRIEL. December 25, in the Ballyarnett Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. McCreery, Mr. William Beatty, to Miss Margaret Friel, both of Londonderry
Jan 8 1867 [Married] BETTY & DOUGLAS. January 3, in the Ballyarnett Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. McCreery, Mr. Thomas Beatty, to Miss Sarah Douglas, both of Ballyratton
Dec 10 1867 [Married] BEATTY & THOMPSON. November 29, in Derry Cathedral, by the Rev. Mr. Johns, Mr. William Beatty, of Lisnaskea, to Miss Bessie Thompson, matron of Foyle College
Aug 21 1868 [Married] BEATTY & CANNING. August 13, at the Presbyterian Church, Currin, by the Rev. Matthew Leitch, of Maghera, Mr. Francis Beatty, to Miss Sarah Jane Canning, both of Maghera
May 29 1868 [Birth] May 26, at 5 Albert Street, Derry, the wife of Mr. James Beatty, compositor, of a son
Jul 9 1869 [Birth] July 6, at 5 Albert Street, Londonderry, the wife of Mr. James Beatty, of a daughter
Jul 23 1869 [Died] July 21, at Albert Street, Derry, Mary Anne, infant daughter of Mr. James Beatty