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Lindsay Genealogy Notes, County Donegal, Ireland 1786-1866

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


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Date Notice
June 6 1786 [Married] LINDSAY & CLARKE. Mr. Robert Lindsay of Raphoe to Miss Clarke of Grange (Strabane Journal)
Apr 12 1850 [Died] On the 31st ult., at the residence of her husband, Martha Letitia, wife of Mr. John Moore, formerly of Malin, county Donegal, and daughter of the late David Lindsay, Esq., Lieutenant, R.N. (Londonderry Sentinel)
Apr 11 1851 [Married] BARBOUR & LINDSAY. On the 20th ult., in Burt Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert Gray, Mr. David M. Barbour, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Alexander Lindsay, Elaghmore (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 27 1853 [Married] CAMPBELL & LINDSAY. On the 24th., in the Presbyterian Church, Raphoe, Mr. Robert Campbell, of Drumnaboden, to Rosanna, daughter of the late Benjamin Lindsay, Esq., of Raphoe (Londonderry Sentinel)
Jan 18 1856 [Married] LINDSAY & PARKE. On the 4th inst., in the Presbyterian Church of Raphoe, by the Rev. J. Thomson, Mr. William Lindsay, of the Common, near Raphoe, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. James Parke, of Ardvarnock, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)
Dec 19 1856 [Married] LINDSAY & WRAY. On the 11th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church of Carnone, by the Rev. J. P. Dickey, Mr. Alexander Lindsay, of Maghernan, Raphoe, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late William Wray, of Carnone (Londonderry Sentinel)
Sep 16 1864 [Died] August 31, of consumption, at Ballyconnell, aged 21 years, John A. Lindsay, eldest son of Mr. James Lindsay (Londonderry Sentinel)
Oct 5 1866 [Died] On Tuesday, an inquest was held before George H. Mitchell, Esq., on the body of Josias Lindsay, who was for some years a landstewart in the employment of Samuel Leathem, Esq., of Burt. It is supposed that the deceased had gone at the usual hour on Monday morning to draw water for the mill, and, not returning, another man had went to the dam, whereupon he found the body of the deceased lying in the water. The jury found, on the evidence of Dr. Hamilton, who had been attending the deceased for some time past, for a flow of blood to the head, that his death was caused by apoplexy (Londonderry Sentinel)

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