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Londonderry Journal; Feb 1773

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, February 2, 1773 Londonderry. Died: Last Saturday, George Gordon, of this city, apothecary. Martha Lockhart, alias Cook has left
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      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, February 2, 1773

      Londonderry.
      Died: Last Saturday, George Gordon, of this city, apothecary.

      Martha Lockhart, alias Cook has left her husband, James Lockhart, of Newtown
      Limavady, baker.

      The late Andrew Delap's share of the Woods of Ray to be sold; his partner
      was james Watt of Rathmelton.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, February 9, 1773

      Corke.
      Captain Savage of the Industry drowned in a wreck in Dingle Bay.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, February 9, 1773

      Londonderry.
      Died: on Thursday the fourth, in Capel st, in Dublin, Arthur Dougherty,
      Register of the Bishop's Court.

      Sarah Work alias Stephenson has left her husband Frederick Work of Rushhall.

      Ann Sinclare alias Brown has left her husband John Sinclare, Newtown
      Limavaddy.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, February 12, 1773

      Londonderry.
      Married: Yesterday, Alexander Wilson of this city, merchant, to Miss
      Elizabeth M'Conegal; yesterday, William Smith of Newtown Limavaddy to Miss
      Mary Lecky, daughter of Alderman Thomas Lecky of this city.

      The ship Minerva, Capt. Francis Ferris, 350 tons, lies at Warren-point to
      take passengers for Newcastle and Philadelphia; a very fine ship, "full 5
      Feet 4 Inches high between the decks."

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, February 16, 1773

      Ship Jenny, Capt. Arch. M'Illwaine, 250 tons, at the ship quay, for
      Newcastle and Philadelphia on March 20.

      Property of the late Capt. Thomas Faulkner to be sold at the house of Raan,
      near Letterkenny.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, February 23, 1773

      Londonderry.

      Tradesmen for Baltimore in America wanted; apply to Charles Hamilton,
      Armstrong's Inn, Enniskillen and later at Glascow's Inn, Omagh, Knox's Inn,
      Strabane and Pat Bradly's Inn, Londonderry.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, February 26, 1773

      Galway, Feb. 18.
      Captain Morgan of the sloop of war Hunter died Sunday before Tuesday last.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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