!! Ballina Chronicle; Jan 2, 1850 "BDMs"
- BALLINA CHRONICLE
Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
Wednesday, January 2, 1850
December 30, at Castleward, the Viscountess Bangor, of a daughter.
At Queenstown, the lady of Alfred Nepean, Esq., R.M., H.M.S., Ganges, of a
December 25, at the Glebe, Clashmore, the lady of the Rev. T. Power, of a
December 29, in St. Mary's Church, Donnybook, by the Rev. Beaver H.
Blacker, brother of the bride, Richard Tipping Hamilton, Esq. Poor Law
Inspector, Belmullet, to Anna, eldest daughter of L. Blacker, Esq., Solicitor of
December 29, at Dundalk Church, by the Rev. James Beatty, Andrew Condie,
Glasgow, Esq. to Jessy Newall, daughter of John Campbell Glyde, Louth, Esq., and
relict of John Ferguson, Esq., Glasgow.
On the 27th ult., at Turlo Meeting house, by the Rev. J. Hamilton,
Presbyterian Minister, the Rev. David Ferguson, Presbyterian Minister of
Bealderig, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Leister, of Turlo.
October 12, at Lahore, Captain S. Grant, her Majesty's 24th Regiment,
eldest and beloved son and friend of Colonel Grant, royal artillery.
December 29, of three days' illness, of fever, A.B. Crofton, Esq. of
November 18, at Antigua, Charles Dawson, M.D., Surgeon of her Majesty's
54th Regiment. He fell victim in the discharge of his military duties, to the
yellow fever, which prevailed in the garrison.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News