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Londonderry Journal; November 1774

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 1, 1774 Died: a son of Will. Clifford, at Bellevue. Londonderry. The Alexander, James Hunter, arrived in Philadelphia
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 12, 2007
      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 1, 1774

      Died: a son of Will. Clifford, at Bellevue.

      The Alexander, James Hunter, arrived in Philadelphia after nine weeks,
      passengers all well.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, November 4, 1774

      James Power of this city, cooper, convert to the Church of Ireland.

      The following were sentenced to death: Neal Lamb and Charles Gronin or
      Wabby, for chalking; James Brennan for the robbery of Mr. Moody, and Thomas
      M'Gauran for burglary. Elizabeth Dugan and Elizabeth Pepper are to be
      pilloried and imprisoned.

      Married: on the 27th, James Alexander, member of Parliament, to Miss Ann,
      second daughter of James Crawford of Crawford-burn, Co. Down.
      Died: on the 3rd, Thomas Balley, long a master of a vessel.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 8, 1774

      On Oct. 12, James Bingham, a farmer near Waringstown, was found hung.

      Married: Alexander Adams of Larne to Miss Jane Alexander of Donagh, Co.

      Married: Thomas Simpson of Ballyards, Co. Armagh, to Miss Jane Stirling of

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, November 11, 1774

      Converts to the Church of Ireland: Francis Carden of Castle _____, Co.
      Meath; Daniel Whelan and wife Lucy, of ?? arrowhouse, Queen's County; James
      Rainy, Mary Caffery, John Quin, John Dowling, Sarah Ingham, Michael Walsh,
      Hanora Carrol and others.

      Daniel Morgan, butcher, ran away from Roger O'Donnell, Derry, with his
      father, Patrick Morgan.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 15, 1774

      Dublin, Nov. 12.
      Wednesday last, Neale Lamb and Charles Groom were executed for maiming,
      wounding and chalking.
      Married: Lt. Col. Mason to Miss Mosse, daughter of the late Dr. Bartholomew
      Bodde; at Dundrum, Ed. Eaton, excise officer, to Miss Mitchel; at
      Waterford, Richard Bowe, taylor, age 18, to Widow M'Daniel, age sixty.

      This morning died Jane, wife of John Thompson, sailing master, of this city.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, November 18, 1774

      James Brennan was executed near Kilmainham for robbery of Mr. Moody.
      Died: Mr. Hon. Robert Rochfort, Earl of Belvedere. Hugh Holmes of
      Richardstown, Co. Louth, bleacher, bankrupt.

      Married: yesterday, John Barclay of Ballyhofey, linen draper, to Elizabeth,
      oldest daughter of Samuel Curry, merchant, of this city.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 22, 1774

      John Lewis, farmer near Birr, drowned.

      Married: at Clonmel, Richard Moore of Lord Drogheda's Light Brigade to Widow
      Lowe; Michael Sweeny of Mill st. to Miss Sweeny, daughter of Rev. S. Sweeny
      of William st.
      John Molloy, Castle st., merchant, bankrupt.
      Died: at Nenagh, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Butler; Mrs. Downs; At Cork, Walter

      Married.: on the 19th, Rev. Stewart Blacker of Carrick, Co. Armagh, to the
      daughter of Hugh Hill, member of Parliament.
      Died: Friday, at Strabane, Mrs. George Knox.

      Brent Homan and Richard George Homan, woolen drapers, partnership dissolved.
      Late brother was William Homan.

      Martha Holmes alias Barclay has left her husband William Barclay.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, November 29, 1774

      Rev. Mr. Diamond, clergyman of the Church of Rome, convert to the Church of
      Ireland at the parish church of Kilrea.

      Died: Rt. Rev. Dr. Dennison Cumberland, Bishop of Kilmore; Richard Wilson;
      James Crowe.

      The Hill, George Marshall, arrived at Philadelphia in eight weeks, all well.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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