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Tyrone Weddings 1863

Tyrone Weddings 1863

The following list contains marriages that mention places in county Tyrone.

These records were extracted from  news reports of Irish Marriages published in the Limerick Chronicle, 1863:

8 January: William Doran & Jeanie Lowrt

At Dungannon Wm Doran Esq., merchant, Dungannon, to Jeanie daughter of John Lowrt Esq., Lime Works, Dungannon.


10 January: Samuel Craig & Frances Amelia Edmondson

In Duncairn Church, Samuel Craig Esq., Spamount county Tyrone to Frances Amelia daughter of the late Thomas Edmondson Esq., Belfast


24 September: Samuel Lee Anderson & Elizabeth Barcroft

At Dungannon, Samuel Lee Anderson M.A. son of Matthew Anderson Esq., Crown Solicitor, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, to Elizabeth daughter to the late Joseph Barcroft Esq., Stangmore Lodge, Dungannon


17 October: Burlaigh Stuart & Susan Mary Briscoe

At Fecarry House, county Tyrone, Burlaigh Stuart, Esq., Major Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, so of the Hon A.G. Stuart, D.L. to Susan Mary, daughter of the late Henry Briscoe Esq H.E.I.C.S.


1 December: Daniel Lahiff & Mary St. George

In the R.C. Cathedral Dublin Daniel C. Lahiff Esq., son of Henry Lahiff Esq., Cloonmore House, County Galway to Mary daughter of Christopher St. George Esq., J.P., Tyrone House in the same county.


Click here for the marriages recorded in the other counties of Ireland for 1863

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