Belfast Newsletter - 4 October 1880


CHADWICK - September 29, at Drumeany(?), Donegal, the wife of Constable Chadwick, R.I.C., of a daughter.

COSGRAVE - October 1, at 11 Belvedere Place, Dublin, the wife of Henry A Cosgrave, Esq, M.A., of twin daughters.

CRANE - August 4, at Dugshai, East Indies, the wife of Quartermaster E J Crane, 60th Royal Rifles, of a son.


CANNING - October 3, at his residence, 11 Montgomery Street, Belfast, Wm. J Canning, youngest son of the late Adam B. Canning, of Knock.

GALBRAITH - September 30, at 18, Catherine Place, Bangor, Lucy Sophia, the beloved wife of Robert Galbraith, late of 3 High Street, Belfast, aged 61 years. Her remains will be removed for internment in Clifton Street Burying-ground, this (Monday) morning, at ten o'clock, passing over the Queens Bridge about twelve o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

HAMILL - October 3, at his residence, Model View Farm, Falls Road, Belfast, Mr John Hamill, aged 76 years. The remains of my beloved father will be removed from the above address, for internment at Derriaghy, tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at haf-past two o'clock...R.I.P...Arthur Hamill.

MACAULEY - October 1, at her residence, 3 Cambridge Terrace, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Margaret, relict of the late Constantine Macauley, aged 66 years. There will be an Office and Solemn High Mass in St Malachys Church, this (Monday)morning at twelve o'clock precisely, for the family burying-ground in Hannahstown.

M'NINCH - October 2, at 231 York Street, Belfast, Anna Bella, wife of Wm. M'Ninch. The funeral will leave York Street at half-past one o'clock tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, and will proceed by the five minutes past two train to Larne, thence on arrival of train, to the New Cemetery, Kilwaughter.

TOWELL - October 2, at 45 Main Street, Larne, Isabella Carson, infant daughter of David and Isabella Towell.

WILSON - September 27, at his residence, Villa Josephino, Nice, David Wilson, formerly of Ballycloughan, County Antrim.


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