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Smith Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1823-69

Extracted from personal notices inserted in the STRABANE MORNING POST and LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia


July 22 1823 [Married] On the 5th inst. in Newry [Co. Down], by the Rev. Moses Finlay, ROBERT McCALL, ESQ. of Buskhill, to SUSANNA, second daughter of the late REV. DR. SMITH, Vicar of Donoughmore
August 25 1829 [Died] At Dysart, near this town, on Wednesday last, MR WILLIAM SMITH, sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
November 1 1836 [Died] At Magheragar, on Tuesday last, MISS JANE SMITH, daughter of the late SAMUEL SMYTH, ESQ.
April 4 1837 [Married] In the church of Leckpatrick, this morning, by the Rev. James Smith, Rector of Strabane, HENRY OSWALD SMITH, ESQ. of the Madras Army, to ANNA, only daughter of the late CAPTAIN DONOVAN FLOOD, of the 64th regiment, and grand-daughter of WARDEN FLOOD, L.L.D. Judge of the High Court of Admiralty



October 19 1833 [Married] In Dromore, on Saturday last, the 12th inst., MR. ROBERT GINN, of Irvinestown [Co. Fermanagh], to MRS. SMITH, widow of the late MR. SMITH, of Golan, in the county of Tyrone
April 8 1837 [Birth} At Glebe House, Strabane, on the 6th inst., MRS. JAMES SMITH, of a Son
October 28 1837 [Married] On the 19th inst., in Omagh Church, by the Rev. Mr. Moore, MR. CHARLES SMITH, of Mountjoy Forest, to ELIZABETH, daughter of MR. A. McNEIL, of Newtownstewart
November 18 1837 [Married] On the 30th October, in the Cathedral Church of Clogher, by the Rev. William Storey, MR. JAMES PATTERSON, aged 84, to MISS ELLEN SMITH, of Skelgra, aged 78. The above was the fourth wife of "the gallant gay Lothario," who was supported to the church on crutches, while the blushing bride was carried to the Altar. The last wife of the groom had only cast off this mortal coil, six weeks previously. The crowd that thronged the body of the church was tremendous
June 23 1838 [Married] On Thursday, the 31st ult., by the Rev. John Moore, Glenelly, MR. J. SMITH, to MISS LETITIA BLAIR, of same Place
May 25 1839 [Birth] At Bearney, Strabane, on the 18th inst., the lady of the REV. JAMES SMITH, of a son
October 5 1839 [Married] September 25, at Freshford [Co. Kilkenny], by the Rev. Luke Fowler, DAVID, eldest son of JOHN SMITH, of Gallony, county Tyrone, Esq., to ELIZABETH, daughter of the late ANDREW MEASE, of Strabane, Esq., M.D.
May 9 1840 [Died] On Monday morning, the 4th inst., aged 11 years, MARGARET, only daughter of MR. JOHN SMITH, Dartins, Castlederg
November 6 1847 [Died] At the Glebe House, Bearney, after a long and painful illness, CECILIA ANNE, eldest daughter of the REV. JAMES SMITH, aged 19
August 5 1848 [Died] At Moville [Co. Donegal], on the 3rd inst., of rapid decline, FANNY, eldest surviving daughter of the REV. JAMES SMITH, Rector of Strabane, aged 14 years
August 8 1851 [Birth] At Cavanakirk, Clogher, on the 30th ult., MRS. JOHN SMITH, of a son
September 24 1852 [Birth] At Cavanakirk, Clogher, on the 15th inst., MRS. JOHN SMITH, of a daughter
August 4 1854 [Died] May 26th, at Nagode, East Indies, after an illness of two days, CAPTAIN OSWALD SMITH, 33rd Madras Native Infantry, eldest son of the REV. JAMES SMITH, Rector of Strabane
February 27 1857 [Died] On the 26th ult., Lieutenant JAMES JULIAN SMITH, 8th Madras Native Infantry, eldest surviving son of the REV. JAMES SMITH, Strabane, at sea, on his passage homeward, of cerebral effusion, caused by sunstroke
September 4 1857 [Married] On the 27th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownstewart, by the Rev. John Moore, MR. WILLIAM SMITH, Drumnaspar, parish of Upper Badoney, to ELLEN, youngest daughter of the late MR. MATTHEW SMITH, Breen, parish of Ardstraw
January 8 1858 [Died] On the 1st inst., in Lawrence Street, Drogheda, ANNIE FRANCES, the eldest daughter of the late REV. WILLIAM SMITH, Rector of Ballieboy, county Tyrone, sadly having survived her sister but one month.
March 26 1858 [Died] On the 18th inst., at DOCTOR HUTCHINSON's residence, near Cookstown, ADAM SMITH, ESQ., late of Dromore, in the parish of Macosquin [Co. Londonderry]
January 21 1859 [Died] January 13, at her residence, Dungannon, JANE, relict of the late MR. THOMAS SMITH, aged 58 years
December 9 1859 [Died] December 3, at Ballylaw, MR. ROBERT SMITH, aged 86 years
July 27 1860 [Married] On the 26th July, in the Church of Agherton, Portstewart [Co. Londonderry], by the Rev. William Alexander, Rector of Camus juxta Mourne, MINCHIN PERCY LLOYD, ESQ., of Derry, to FANNY, the third daughter of the late REV. GEORGE SMITHWICK, Rector of Leckpatrick, and grand niece of the late Lord Viscount Gort
March 30 1860 [Died] March 21, at Strabane, aged nine years, THOMAS, the beloved son of MRS. MARGARET A. SMITH, draper
October 18 1861 [Married] October 16, in Strabane Wesleyan Chapel, by Rev. G.W. Patchell, JOHN HONEYFORD, ESQ., to MRS. SMITH, Front Street, Strabane
May 2 1862 [Married] April 22, in St. Ann's Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. John W. Stokes, Archdeacon of Armagh, assisted by the Rev. W. Quain, MR. HENRY SMITH, of Aughnacloy, to JANE, only daughter of MR. EDWARD STANDAGE, Dungannon
August 22 1862 [Married] August 13, in the Parish Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. Mr. Colthurst, WILLIAM McFARLAND, ESQ., Aughafad, to MISS MARY ANN SMITH, of Ballinamallard, near Donemana
May 15 1863 [Died] May 8, at Desert, near Strabane, ISABELLA, the beloved wife of FRANCIS SMITH, ESQ
February 3 1865 [Died] On the 29th January, at his residence, Rateen, MR. THOMAS SMITH, aged 35 years
February 24 1865 [Died] On the 16th February, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of DAVID SMITH, ESQ., of Artigarvan, eldest daughter of the late DR. MEASE, Strabane, county Tyrone
August 1 1865 [Married] July 27, in the Presbyterian Church, Monreagh [Co. Donegal] , by the Rev. Andrew Long, assisted by the Rev. John Roulstone, WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ., Altrest, Donagheady, to MARGARET DAVIDSON, daughter of CALDWELL MOTHERWELL, ESQ., Monglass, Derry
November 14 1865 [Married] November 7, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. A. Wilson, THOMAS, youngest son of MR. ALEXANDER DUFF, Dergina, Aughnacloy, to MARY JANE, second daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM SMITH, Mullaghadroly, Dungannon
March 9 1866 [Married] March 6, at Ballrashane Presbyterian Church [Co. Londonderry], by the Rev. John Beatty, A.M., MR. WILLIAM SMITH, Cookstown, to MARGARET SOPHIA, daughter of MR. JAMES BEATTY, Cabra
November 27 1866 [Died] October 4, at Secunderabad, East India, ELIZA, wife of Colour Sergeant WILLIAM DUKE SMITH, of H.M's 2-21st R.N.B. Fusiliers, and daughter of THOMAS CONNOR, ESQ., county Tyrone
January 8 1867 [Died] January 3, at his residence, Cookstown, after a long illness, MR. HUGH HAMILTON SMITH, second and only surviving son of the late JOSEPH SMITH, ESQ., Cookstown, aged 35 years
March 15 1867 [Married] On the 9th March, in Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F.J. Porter, MR. JOHN SMITH, Mulahinny, to MISS ELIZABETH JANE CURRY, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES CURRY, Coolmaghry
May 7 1867 [Married] April 30, at Gortin Church, by the Rev. W.M. Beresford, Incumbent of the Parish, Constable ROBERT HANLY, Gortin, to CATHERINE, third daughter of MR. SAMUEL COLHOUN, blacksmith, Gortin, county Tyrone
December 24 1867 [Birth] December 19, at Altrest, the wife of WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ., of a son
May 8 1868 [Married] March 19, by the Rev. J. Chubb, Lord Chaplain of the English Church, Buenos Ayres, EDWARD, son of E. MEDLICOTT, ESQ., of Abo, Ruivo, Lisbon, to MARY WATERSON, third daughter of H.P. SMITH, ESQ., Strabane, county Tyrone, Ireland
June 18- 1869 [Married] June 4, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Mr. Cochrane, MR. JACOB CURRY, Foyleview, to MARTHA, youngest daughter of MR. CHARLES SMITH, Kildorgan, county Tyrone
September 3 1869 [Died] August 29, at Cookstown, NORA, second daughter of MR. WILLIAM SMITH, aged 1 year and 3 months
October 29- 1869 [Married] Oct. 21, at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, by the father of the bride, ARTHUR E. BANCROFT, ESQ., late of the Royal Navy, son of PETER BANCROFT, ESQ., Liverpool, to CHERRY LEES, daughter of the REV. SIDNEY SMITH, Rector of Drumragh, Tyrone, and Professor of Biblical Greek in Trinity College, Dublin