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McNutt & McKnight Genealogy Notes, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1834-69

Extracted from Personal Announcements of Births, Marriages and Deaths Inserted in the Londonderry Sentinel
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia


The surnames of McKnight, McNutt and McNaught are interchangeable in parts of the North of Ireland






Date Notice
Aug 8 1846 [Married] In Omagh Church, on Wednesday, the 5th inst., by the Rev. James Hill, Royal Hospital, Greenwich, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, Mr. William McCullough, manager, Provincial Bank of Ireland, Newry [Co. Down], to Eleanor Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph McKnight, Omagh
Feb 4 1853 [Married] On the 26th ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, the Rev. Robert Wallace, Presbyterian Minister, of Scotstown, county Monaghan, to Susan, daughter of Mr. Joseph McKnight, of Omagh
Jan 13 1854 [Married] In the Presbyterian Church of Leckpatrick, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. M. Chambers, Mr. William McNutt, near Carrigans, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. David McCrea, Kenaghan, Leckpatrick
May 30 1856 [Died] At Omagh, on Saturday, the 24th inst., Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. Joseph McKnight, in her 66th year
Jan 8 1858 [Died] On the 6th ult., at Savannah, Georgia, United States, Mr. Samuel James McKnight, of Baltimore, son of Mr. Joseph McKnight, of Omagh, in his 36th year
Apr 13 1860 [Married] April 10, in the Presbyterian Church, Glennan, Glasslough, by the Rev. Robert Wallace, brother-in-law of the bride, Mr. Alexander Hardy, of Londonderry, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph McKnight, of Omagh
Mar 6 1866 [Died] February 28, in his 76th year, Mr. Joseph McKnight, of Omagh
Feb 9 1869 [Married] Feb 4, in Upper Badoney Church, by the Rev. J.D. McDonagh, Mr. James McKnight, Eden, to Martha, third daughter of Mr. James Reid, Castledamph



Date Notice
Apr 19 1834 [Died] On Saturday morning, the 12th inst., in the sixth year of his age, of water on the brain, David John McNutt, youngest son of Mr. John McNutt, of this City
Oct 18 1834 [Died] On Sunday, the 12th inst., Mr. John McNutt, of this City, aged 46 Years
Feb 20 1841 [Died] On the 13th inst., at the Cowbog, in this City, aged 13 years, after a tedious and severe illness, Mary Anne, only daughter of the late Mr. John McNutt, innkeeper
Nov 28 1846 [Married] On Tuesday, the 24th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, in this City, by the Rev. Henry Wallace, James McKnight, Esq., editor of the "Londonderry Standard", to Catherine, second daughter of Joseph Macpherson, Esq., Ballougery, near this City
Sep 12 1851 [Died] On the 5th inst., in this City, at her father's residence, aged 38 years, Hannah, the beloved wife of the late Mr. John McNutt, of Burnfoot
May 7 1858 [Died] At Great James Street, on the 29th ult., Annie Mary, infant daughter of Mr. James McNutt
Jun 29 1860 [Birth] June 26, at Ann Street, in this City, the wife of Mr. Samuel McNutt, of twin sons
Oct 5 1860 [Died] October 2, at her residence, Clarendon Street, Bessie, wife of James McNutt, Esq. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Chapel of Ease burying ground, on this morning, [Friday] at ten o'clock
Dec 27 1861 [Died] December 20, at his residence, Clarendon Street, Derry, James McNutt, Esq., aged 29 years
Aug 7 1863 [Died] August 3rd, at Tamneymore Cottage, Waterside, Ann, relict of the late Mr. John McNutt, of this City, aged 88 years
Nov 24 1865 [Died] November 21, Mr. John McNutt, sen., aged 47 years
Feb 27 1866 [Married] February 20, in the Methodist Church, Magherafelt, by the Rev. Thomas Cooke, Mr. Abraham McKnight, of Annaghmore, to Miss Matilda E. Lennox, of Motalee