Author Topic: Christ Church Derryaghy  (Read 7982 times)

Colleen Murdoch

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #30 on: May 03, 2013, 03:43:07 PM »
Good Morning Doe,
Would you mind checking for the following families for me?  The names I'm interested in are:  Berry, Elliott, Forsyth/Forsythe, Hendren, Leckey, Scott, Smith, Usher and Waring. 
I'm hoping to travel to Ireland (from Canada) again at christmas and hope to visit the church myself.
Any help you can offer will be very much appreciated.  I'll keep my fingers crossed.
Thanks in advance
Colleen

maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #31 on: May 03, 2013, 06:40:10 PM »
Hi Doe, Many thanks for your kind reply and message,so  far i have found 6 graves in Christchurch with over 20 Graingers intered, 2 with headstones, and 4 unmarked, the earliest contains my great great grandfather,Richard Grainger born around 1818, died 1905, as far as i know his father another Richard Grainger is buired in ST. Helena,  where  he was serving with the Royal Artillery, guarding Napeolen, his father Thomas Grainger was alive in 1817, and living on their farm on the Barnsfield Road, Derriaghy,  i would love to locate his grave,but  I dont know when they started to bury people in Christ church ? or what other cemeterys might have been used around that time,     melv

Hi

These are the following Burials recorded in the Derriaghy Register

[size=0pt]1853 Mar 25         Joshua Grainger aged 4 yrs[/size]
[size=0pt]1864 Feb 27         James Grainger, aged 80 yrs[/size]
[size=0pt]1864 Dec 29         Robert Grainger, aged 62 yrs[/size]
[size=0pt]1871 Sept 12        Mary Ann Grainger, aged 65 yrs[/size]
[size=0pt]1882 Mar 17         Catherine Grainger, aged 6 weeks[/size]
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maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #32 on: May 03, 2013, 06:56:23 PM »
Good Morning Doe,
Would you mind checking for the following families for me?  The names I'm interested in are:  Berry, Elliott, Forsyth/Forsythe, Hendren, Leckey, Scott, Smith, Usher and Waring. 
I'm hoping to travel to Ireland (from Canada) again at christmas and hope to visit the church myself.
Any help you can offer will be very much appreciated.  I'll keep my fingers crossed.
Thanks in advance
Colleen

Hi Colleen

Berry - N9 - In loving memory of James Hutchinson who died 14th may 1878 Mary Ann Hutchinson who died 29th December 1879.  Their daughter Eleanor Jane who died 1st September 1878 Their son John who died 9th October 1919
sides - Their daughter Elizabeth Johnston Hutchinson who died 20th February 1929 Mary ann Hutchinson who died 31st January 1930 Catherine Tate who died 29th November 1912 Sarah Berry who died 16th January 1919

Scott I have already sent you

Elliott - N Row 12 - In loving memory of Harriett Elliott who died 28th April 1862 aged 68 years John Elliott who died 26th May 1869 aged 76 years Elizabeth Elliott who died 4th January 1898 aged 75 years John Elliott who died 16th September 1903 aged 74 years also Amelia Elliott who died 28th November 1913 aged 79 years also Mary Ann Elliott who died 21st December 1918 aged 96[3] years. Erected by Amelia Elliott

Elliott - from vault to vestry corner V row 1
Burial ground of James McCartney.  Erected by mary Burns in loving memory of her father William Elliott who died 7th February 1889 aged 84 years and of her daughter Ella who died 20th June 1896 aged 23 years.  Also the above named Mary Burns who died 22nd October 1898 aged 56 years.

Hendren - Q row 7
Charles Hyland who departed this life July ...179 (?) His wife Elizabeth and three of their grand children viz ?ay, Susanah and Mary Hendron

I will send you rest by email as they are very long!!! lol

Maggie

Colleen Murdoch

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #33 on: May 03, 2013, 07:08:32 PM »
Hi Maggie,
I know I've thanked you privately for all the information and help you have provided; however, I felt the need to do it again on the forum.
I am so excited and so appreciative of everything you have sent me; as I said, "it's like Christmas early"!
Thanks again,
Colleen

Hi Colleen

Berry - N9 - In loving memory of James Hutchinson who died 14th may 1878 Mary Ann Hutchinson who died 29th December 1879.  Their daughter Eleanor Jane who died 1st September 1878 Their son John who died 9th October 1919
sides - Their daughter Elizabeth Johnston Hutchinson who died 20th February 1929 Mary ann Hutchinson who died 31st January 1930 Catherine Tate who died 29th November 1912 Sarah Berry who died 16th January 1919

Scott I have already sent you

Elliott - N Row 12 - In loving memory of Harriett Elliott who died 28th April 1862 aged 68 years John Elliott who died 26th May 1869 aged 76 years Elizabeth Elliott who died 4th January 1898 aged 75 years John Elliott who died 16th September 1903 aged 74 years also Amelia Elliott who died 28th November 1913 aged 79 years also Mary Ann Elliott who died 21st December 1918 aged 96[3] years. Erected by Amelia Elliott

Elliott - from vault to vestry corner V row 1
Burial ground of James McCartney.  Erected by mary Burns in loving memory of her father William Elliott who died 7th February 1889 aged 84 years and of her daughter Ella who died 20th June 1896 aged 23 years.  Also the above named Mary Burns who died 22nd October 1898 aged 56 years.

Hendren - Q row 7
Charles Hyland who departed this life July ...179 (?) His wife Elizabeth and three of their grand children viz ?ay, Susanah and Mary Hendron

I will send you rest by email as they are very long!!! lol

Maggie

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #34 on: April 20, 2014, 08:36:48 PM »
Hello,
I see that the name Waring has been mentioned and I was wondering if there was an mention of a Samuel Waring who was buried on 19 Apr 1842.  His wife Arabella was buried 9th Jan 1842.  I understand that they were both buried in Derryaghy.  They had owned The Royal Corporation Arms Hotel. Referred to in the Martins 1841/42 Directory
and in 1797 the Marquis of Hertford Arms Hotel.

The family first mentioned in this area when John WARING (1585-1635) married Mary Peers who was the daughter of Thomas Peers (surname has been spelt several ways) the Vicar of Derryaghy.

I have been looking for confirmation of the burial of all of the above 4 people for years and am ever hopeful that new information will come to light.  I have a lot of information about the rest of the family from Waringstown and would be happy to exchange information with family.  Does anyone know about Vicar Thomas Waring?

Really hope to hear from someone.
Best wishes,
Nikki


Hi Colleen

Berry - N9 - In loving memory of James Hutchinson who died 14th may 1878 Mary Ann Hutchinson who died 29th December 1879.  Their daughter Eleanor Jane who died 1st September 1878 Their son John who died 9th October 1919
sides - Their daughter Elizabeth Johnston Hutchinson who died 20th February 1929 Mary ann Hutchinson who died 31st January 1930 Catherine Tate who died 29th November 1912 Sarah Berry who died 16th January 1919

Scott I have already sent you

Elliott - N Row 12 - In loving memory of Harriett Elliott who died 28th April 1862 aged 68 years John Elliott who died 26th May 1869 aged 76 years Elizabeth Elliott who died 4th January 1898 aged 75 years John Elliott who died 16th September 1903 aged 74 years also Amelia Elliott who died 28th November 1913 aged 79 years also Mary Ann Elliott who died 21st December 1918 aged 96[3] years. Erected by Amelia Elliott

Elliott - from vault to vestry corner V row 1
Burial ground of James McCartney.  Erected by mary Burns in loving memory of her father William Elliott who died 7th February 1889 aged 84 years and of her daughter Ella who died 20th June 1896 aged 23 years.  Also the above named Mary Burns who died 22nd October 1898 aged 56 years.

Hendren - Q row 7
Charles Hyland who departed this life July ...179 (?) His wife Elizabeth and three of their grand children viz ?ay, Susanah and Mary Hendron

I will send you rest by email as they are very long!!! lol

Maggie

maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #35 on: April 21, 2014, 10:33:31 AM »
Hi Nikki

Samuel & Arabella are buried in Derriaghy C of I, this is taken from the Burial Register
[size=0pt]1842 Jan 9             Arabella Waring, wife of Samuel Waring [/size]
[size=0pt]1842 Apr 19         Samuel Waring, husband of Arabella, gentleman farmer and innkeeper[/size]
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maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #36 on: April 21, 2014, 10:36:19 AM »
Nikki

Also should mention that the earliest recorded burial in Derriaghy C of I is that of a Joanne Ellis in 1674 and no gravestone survives bearing a date earlier than 1734.

Maggie

Rosemary Joan

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #37 on: April 21, 2014, 11:40:42 AM »
MaggieBlue - Would you be kind enough to look for Bannister burials in your wee book?  I know my Bannisters were in Derriaghy from the 1600s.
Cheers
RosemaryJoan
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maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #38 on: April 21, 2014, 12:41:40 PM »
Hi Rosemary

There is a Robert Banister listed 1704 Nov 2 buried in Derriaghy C of I[/size]

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Sacred to the memory of Robert Bannister who died 30 January 1936, aged 78 years.   Also his son Robert who died 20th August (sic) 1822, aged 15 years.  Also Ezekiel Thomas Bannister, son of the late jacob Bannister, who died 3rd May 1853, aged 3 years and 5 months.[/size]

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Erected by James Bannister of Lisburn in memory of his mother Catherine who departed this life ? June 1869, aged 77 years.  Also his daughter Mary who departed this life 1 st January 1851, aged 4 years.  Also his father James Bannister who departed this life 8th February 1875, aged 84 years.[/size]

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Rosemary Joan

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #39 on: April 21, 2014, 12:45:33 PM »
Thank you maggieblue!!  The James etc. one is definitely mine!!
The Jacob was a pawnbroker in Lisburn and probably related to my lot.
Many many thanks
RosemaryJoan
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doe

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #40 on: April 21, 2014, 01:06:31 PM »
Rosemary Joan-- I don't know if you have found any more entries for Bannister but I have found a few.

  Sacred to the memory of Robert Bannister who died 30th January 1836 aged 78 years. Also his son Robert who died 20th of August 1822, aged 15 years.

Also Ezekiel Thomas Bannister son of the late Jacob Bannister who died 3rd of May 1853, aged 3 years and 5 months.

Erected by James Bannister of Lisburn in memory of his mother, Catherine, who departed this life .. June, 1969, aged 77 years.

Also his daughter Mary who departed this life 1st January, 1851, aged 4 years.

Also his father James Bannister who departed this life 8th February, 1875, aged 84 years.

 This is from one book that I have I will get back to when I find others, but I have to go out right now.


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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #41 on: April 21, 2014, 01:19:35 PM »
COLLEEN MURDOCH---I also found a Reverend Leslie Aiden Elliot. He was a curate in Lisburn Cathedral in 1937.

And a W. Elliot  R.I.F  who volunteered his services and fell during 1914-1918. This is on a wooden plaque hanging in the vestibule of lisburn Cathedral,( I'm presuming.)

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #42 on: April 21, 2014, 01:30:31 PM »
Doe -  I would be grateful if you could fin any more Bannisters! 
Thanks
RosemaryJoan
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maggieblue

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #43 on: April 21, 2014, 01:57:36 PM »
Hi Rosemary

There are no more Bannister gravestones listed in the book.  G W Bannister GNAS is commemorated on a wooden plaque within the Cathedral having volunteered for service and fell in the Great War.

In Derriaghy Baptism Register is listed the following
[size=0pt]1700 Oct 14          Elliner                                   Robert Banister[/size]
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[size=0pt]1703 Jul 22           Kathrine                                Robert Banister[/size]
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[size=0pt]1703 Aug 2           William                                 Hugh Banister[/size]
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[size=0pt]1726 Feb 20         Hugh                                      Hugh BANISTER[/size]
[size=0pt]1862 Aug 4           John    [/size](born Aug 3)[/font][size=0pt]               Joseph & Mary BANNISTER           Clogher  [/size] [/size]Privately bapt’d and on 7 Sept rec’d into church with sponsors Richard Jefferson, William Refourcie? & Catherine Banister[/size]

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Re: Christ Church Derryaghy
« Reply #44 on: April 21, 2014, 02:03:04 PM »
Thank you maggieblue!!  The James etc. one is definitely mine!!
The Jacob was a pawnbroker in Lisburn and probably related to my lot.
Many many thanks
RosemaryJoan

You are welcome Rosemary