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Kelly Genealogy Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1829-69

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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
Sep 26 1829 [Died] In the Diamond, on Monday, Mrs. Kelly, aged 42, she was much respected, and has left a numerous family to mourn her loss
Mar 30 1833 [Died] On Friday morning week, the 22nd inst., in Ferryquay Street, Surgeon Kelly, R.N.
Jul 14 1838 [Died] Of consumption, on the 13th inst., in Ferryquay Street, James Kelly, Esq., aged 27
Oct 3 1840 [Married] KELLY & MCINTYRE. On the 27th ult., by the Right Rev. Dr. McLaughlin, Mr. Daniel Kelly, surgeon, Carndonagh [Co. Donegal], to Bridget, youngest daughter of the late Robert McIntyre, Esq., of this City
Dec 12 1840 [Died] On the 13th ult., Mr. James Kelly, of Ballyronan, aged 35 years
Mar 6 1841 [Married] KELLY & PARK. On the 22nd ult., by the Rev. Samuel Butler, Mr. John Kelly, jun., of Gortmore, to Miss Susanna Park, of Craig, near Castleleckey
Jun 11 1842 [Married] O’RORKE & KELLY. On the 6th inst., at Londonderry, by the Right Rev. Dr. McLaughlin, Alexander O'Rorke, Esq., solicitor, of Ballymena, to Catherine Mary, only daughter of the late C. Kelly, Esq., surgeon, Royal Navy
Jan 21 1843 [Died] At the residence of his mother, St. Columb's Court, on Sunday, the 16th inst., in the 15th year of his life, after a lingering illness, Patrick James, youngest son of the late Cornelius Kelly, Esq., surgeon, R.N., of this City
Apr 1 1843 [Married] SMITH & KELLY. On the 27th ult., at Draperstown, by the Rev Robert Campbell, Mary Jane Smith, sister of the Rev. Samuel Smith, Presbyterian Minister, to Captain Kelly, of Draperstown
May 23 1851 [Married] O’DONNELL & KELLY. At Coleraine, on the 16th inst., by the Very Rev. R. Killen, P.P., Hugh O'Donnell, Esq., M.D., Coroner of Buncrana, to Anne, youngest daughter of Patrick Kelly, Esq., collector of Inland Revenue at Coleraine
Sep 7 1855 [Died] On Sunday last, after a tedious illness, Frederick Kelly, Esq., solicitor, of this City
Sep 28 1855 [Died] On Thursday last, the body of Mr. Patrick Kelly, of Slaughmanus, Claudy, was found lying on the road near his home. He was at Derry market, on Wednesday, and it is believed that his cart overturned killing him. An inquest is to be held today
Aug 1 1856 [Birth] On July 23, at Lisnamorrow House, near Magherafelt, the wife of D. Kelly, Esq., of a daughter
Nov 14 1856 [Married] KELLY & BOYLE. On the 10th inst., by the Rev. Hugh Nugent, P.P., Glendermott, Mr. Edward Kelly, Foyle Street, to Maria Teresa, eldest daughter of Henry Boyle, Burtonport, county Donegal
Dec 19 1856 [Died] At Society Street, Coleraine, on the 11th inst., Mr. Hugh Kelly, an old and respected inhabitant, aged 74 years
Mar 20 1857 [Married] KELLY & DUNLOP. On the 4th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Glenarm, James Kelly, Esq., son of John Kelly, Esq., of Sandymount, near Bellaghy, to Elizabeth, only daughter of George Dunlop, Esq., of Glenarm
Jul 17 1857 [Died] On Thursday last, about seven p.m., at Ballyhargan, on the county road leading from Derry and Claudy to Garvagh and Newtownlimavady. James Kelly, of Killyblught, a respectable farmer, had been in Derry. When returning with his cart , loaded, at one of the great hills at Altmover Glen, his horse became restive while descending on the Ballyhargan side, and not withstanding every effort from the unfortunate owner, he dashed the cart over the precipice, and so injured Mr. Kelly that he only survived a few hours in great agony. An inquest held subsequently, by Dr. Lane, coroner, returned a verdict of accidental death
Mar 12 1858 [Married] MORRIS & KELLY. On Monday, the 8th inst., at the Cathedral, by the Rev. George Smith, Mr. James Morris, operative engineer, to Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Charles Kelly, of this City
Sep 24 1858 [Married] DRENNAN & KELLY. On the 16th inst., at the Coleraine Parish Church, by the Rev. James O'Hara, Mr. William Drennan, Belfast, to Mary Anne, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Hugh Kelly, Coleraine
Jan 1 1858 [Birth] At Meeting House Street, Coleraine, on the 24th ult., the wife of Mr. James Kelly, painter, of a son
Mar 30 1860 [Birth] March 15, the wife of Mr. William Kelly, blacksmith, Graving Dock, Londonderry, of a daughter
Sep 28 1860 [Birth] On the 14th September, at Castledawson, the wife of David Kelly, Esq., of a son
Jan 25 1861 [Died] November 4, of decline, in Melbourne [Australia], Little Park Street, Emerald Hill, Mary B. Kelly, second daughter of Mr. W. Kelly, formerly of Bellaghy, county Londonderry, Ireland, aged 22 years
Sep 27 1861 [Died] September 22, at Castledawson, suddenly, Sarah Anne, wife of D. Kelly, Esq., aged 35 years
Nov 28 1862 [Married] KELLY & MCKEE. November 21, in the First Presbyterian Church, Moneymore, by the Rev. A. Montgomery, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Barnett, Mr. John Kelly, merchant, Magherafelt, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. William McKee, Drumrainey
Jan 23 1863 [Married] KELLY & KELLY. January 17, in the Roman Catholic Church of Straw, by the Rev. J. Colence, P.P., Mr. John Kelly, to Miss Mary Ann Kelly, both of Draperstown
Apr 17 1863 [Married] STRAHAN & KELLY. April 6, in Myroe Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. Kennedy, A.M., Myroe, Mr. David Strahan, Carrickfergus, to Maria, daughter of Mr. Thomas Kelly, Broighter
Nov 27 1863 [Married] KELLY & HALL. November 20, in the Presbyterian Church, Aghadoey, by the Rev. William Matthews, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Davidson, A.M., Mr. David Kelly, to Catherine, daughter of Mr. Robert Hall, Aghadoey
Dec 4 1863 [Birth] November 29, at Cottage Row, Draperstown, the wife of John Kelly, Esq., of a son
Nov 4 1864 [Died] At 1 Ebrington Terrace, Derry, William Ernest, the son of John Kelly, Esq., Inland Revenue officer, aged 9 months and 10 days
Aug 18 1865 [Birth] August 10, at Moydamlaght, Ballynascreen, county Derry, the wife of Mr. Owen Kelly, of a son
Aug 22 1865 [Married] THOMPSON & KELLY. August 15, at the Parish Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. James O'Hara, Rector, Mr. William Thompson, of Ballymoney, to Miss Elizabeth Kelly, of Coleraine
Sep 14 1866 [Died] August 14, at New Orleans, State of Louisiana, of cholera, Mr. Thomas Kelly, formerly of Legahurry, county Londonderry
Apr 16 1867 [Birth] On the 10th April, at Nailor's Row, Derry, the wife of Mr. James Kelly, of a son
Jun 7 1867 [Married] KELLY & MATTHEWS. June 6, in the Ballyarnet Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Professor Witherow, assisted by the Rev. Robert McCreery, Mr. James Kelly, Waterside, to Matilda, second daughter of the late Mr. Andrew Matthews, Fahan
Jan 8 1867 [Died] January 1, at her residence, Luney Cottage, Magherafelt, Isabella, wife of Henry Kelly, Esq., aged 62 years
Jan 29 1867 [Died] At Glenvale, Bellaghy, suddenly, of diphtheria, William, third son of John Kelly, Sandymount
Feb 12 1867 [Died] February 5, at Bishop Street, Derry, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Andrew Kelly, aged 46 years
Oct 15 1867 [Married] KELLY & WALSH. October 10, in the Roman Catholic Chapel, Long Tower, Derry, by the Rev. William McLaughlin, Mr. John Kelly, to Miss Margaret Walsh, both of Creggan Street, Derry
Mar 31 1868 [Birth] March 25, at the Waterside, Derry, the wife of Mr. James Kelly, baker and confectioner, of twin daughters, still-born
Apr 7 1868 [Died] April 2, at the residence of her husband, 37 Waterside Street, Derry, Matilda, the beloved wife of James Kelly
Jul 14 1868 [Married] WALL & KELLY. July 9, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. D. Mooney, P.P., Desertmartin, assisted by the Rev. Henry Henry, Coleraine, Henry, only son of D. Wall, Esq., of Belfast, to Kate, youngest daughter of Henry Kelly, Esq., Luney, Magherafelt
Aug 11 1868 [Married] FAITH & KELLY. On the 7th August, at the First Presbyterian Church, Garvagh, by the Rev. Mr. McKay, Moneydig, Robert, sixth son of Mr. William Faith, Moneybrannon, to Sarah, fourth daughter of Mr. Hugh Kelly, of Caw
Aug 27 1868 [Married] MCKAFFERY & KELLY. In the Roman Catholic Church, Ballerin, by the Rev. Laughlin P.P., assisted by the Rev. John Walsh, Patrick McKaffery, Ballydullaghan, to Anne, third daughter of Mr. Michael Kelly, Donn, Draperstown
Oct 9 1868 [Married] KELLY & CHAMBERS. October 8, at the Cathedral, Londonderry, by the Lord Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, assisted by the Rev. Francis Smith and the Rev. Thomas L. Scott, Waldron Edward Roper Kelly, Lieutenant in the Buffs, eldest son of the late Captain Kelly, of the 17th Regiment, and grandson of the late Major General Kelly, to Hessie, eldest daughter of Thomas Chambers, of Aberfoyle House, Londonderry, Esq
Nov 3 1868 [Died] November 2, at Mr. Bernard Monaghan's, 2 Foyle Road, Londonderry, George Kelly, formerly of Enniskillen. His remains will be removed for interment in the Cemetery, at half past two o'clock, p.m., on [this day] Tuesday
Mar 23 1869 [Died] March 17, at his residence, Doon, Ballynascreen, after a protracted illness, the Rev. Patrick Kelly, in the 64th year of his age
May 7 1869 [Married] HAMILTON & KELLY. May 3, at the Drumachose Parish Church, by the Rev. R. Galbraith, Edward Hamilton, Esq., Newtownlimavady, to Miss Mary Kelly, Dungiven