Belfast Weekly News - 6 April, 1895

Missing Friends

ALLEN: William Allen left Belfast and went to Glasgow. When last heard of was living in Mecehenie Street, in that city. If any of his family sees or hears of this, they are requested to write to Sarah Martin (maiden name Sarah Allen), Ballymagarrick, Drumbo, by Lisburn, Ireland.

ALLEN: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Allen; when last heard of, six years ago, he was working with Charles Philpot, Nerany, Brisbane, Queensland. His father, Thomas Allen, Derymacfull, Portadown, County Armagh, Ireland would be glad to hear any information concerning him.

AUSTIN: Margaret Eliza Mary and Betsy Ann Austin left Tandragee, Ireland, about 30 years ago. When last heard of, 20 years ago, they were at Melbourne. Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by their nephew, John Austin, 14 Gordon Street, Whiteinch, Glasgow, Scotland.

KINCAID: Will anyone knowing the whereabouts of Maggie Kincaid, factory worker, formerly of Cookstown, last heard of in Belfast about four years ago, please communicate with her brother, William Kincaid, No. 5, Alexander Street, Airdrie, Scotland?

STENSON: William Drennan, 14 Robb Street, Springburn, Glasgow, wished to know the whereabouts of Hans Stenson, farmer who left Comber, County Down, Ireland, about forty years ago; last heard of in Wakefield, Ottawa, Canada. American papers please copy.

THOMPSON: Frederick Warren Thompson, left Belfast twenty-six years ago. When last heard from his address was 22 Fulton Street, New York. Any information concerning him will be very thankfully received by his sister, Anna Maria Thompson, 85(?) Denmark Street, Belfast. American papers please copy.

WALKER: Margaret Page (nee Walker), who left Lurgan, County Armagh, about 1860, would be glad to hear from her sister Mary or her brother John, or from any friend, of her family's whereabouts. Address St Olave's Infirmary, Rotherhithe, London.


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