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Hay Genealogy Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1831-68

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




Date Notice
Jan 15 1831 [Married] HAY & KNOX. On Thursday, the 13th inst., in the Cathedral Church, Derry, by the Rev. Charles Galwey, Captain Robert Sinclair Hay, R.N., second son of Robert Hay, Esq., of Chesterfield, East Lothian, to Jane, eldest daughter of Andrew Knox, Esq., of Prehen, county Londonderry
Jun 2 1838 [Died] In Shipquay Street, on Thursday, the 31st ult., aged 13 years, Mary, third daughter of the late Rev. George Hay
Feb 13 1841 [Married] HAY & GILMOUR. On Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. William McClure, James T. Hay, Esq., merchant, to Ann, third daughter of David Gilmour, Esq., Pump Street
Oct 28 1843 [Married] DALE & HAY. At Shipquay Street, on the 26th inst., by the Rev. William McClure, the Rev. Peter Dale, Minister of the united Parishes of Houston and Killallar, Renfrewshire, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Rev. George Hay, of this City
Sep 6 1845 [Married] HAY & THOMPSON. On the 2nd inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Peter Dale, of Houston, Renfrewshire, George Hay, Esq., barrister, to Margaret, second daughter of James Thompson, Esq., of this City
Oct 31 1846 [Died] At his residence, London Street, on Thursday morning, the 29th inst., James T. Hay, Esq
Aug 29 1851 [Died] On Monday, the 25th inst., at his residence, Shipquay Street, George Hay, Esq., aged 35 years
Dec 18 1857 [Married] HAY & SCALLY. On the 14th inst., in Muff Church, county Donegal, by the Rev. Robert Chichester, A.M., Matthew Hay, Esq., commander of the steamer "William McCormick", of Londonderry, to Anne, only daughter of Robert Scally, Esq., chief officer of her Majesty's Coastguard station at Culmore
Dec 10 1858 [Died] On the 6th inst., at Lough Enagh, Mr. John Hay, aged 80 years
Sep 6 1861 [Married] HAY & MACALLUM. August 29, at Ardbeg, Rothesay, by the Rev. Mr. Macfarlane, John T. Hay, Esq., grain merchant, Londonderry, to Annie, second daughter of Malcolm Macallum, Esq., Ardbeg
Sep 12 1862 [Birth] September 10, at Great James Street, the wife of John T. Hay, Esq.., of a daughter
Nov 27 1863 [Birth] November 24, at Great James Street, Londonderry, Mrs. John T. Hay, of a son
Sep 26 1865 [Married] HAY & HADDEN. September 19, at the Parish Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. James O'Hara, A.M., James, second son of Mr. Edward Hay, of Coleraine, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Mr. Oliver Hadden, of Brixton, London
Dec 4 1866 [Married] HAY & MOORE. November 29, in the Congregational Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. Robert Sewell, Londonderry, assisted by the Rev. John Kydd, John Hay, Esq., Derry, to Catherine, daughter of the late Sir Immanuel Moore, Bart., Roscarberry, county Cork
Dec 4 1866 [Died] November 26, at New Row, Coleraine, John, fifth son of Mr. Edward Hay, coach builder, aged 21 years
May 14 1867 [Died] May 12, at Ardmore, Derry, Sarah F. Hay, youngest daughter of the late Rev. George Hay, of this City
Feb 7 1868 [Birth] February 3, at 24 Great James Street, Derry, the wife of John T. Hay, Esq., merchant, of a daughter
May 19 1868 [Died] On the 14th May, at her residence, Lough Enagh, Anne Hay, aged 68 years