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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2013, 10:58:30 PM »
Thanks for trying, much appreciated - Scouser

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #31 on: February 28, 2013, 10:51:47 PM »
z7dx,
Could you please look for the deaths of John Kerr (Sydney Street West) on 29 June 1931 and his son Robert Kerr who died 8 days later on 7 July 1931 at the same address?
valkerr

Hi valkerr, the notices only go up to 1925 I'm afraid, if you have any other dates let me know.

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #32 on: February 28, 2013, 11:48:54 PM »
Doh! How stupid of me, not paying attention!

Could you look for Margaret Kerr 16 Jan 1909, wife and mother of the other two please?

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #33 on: March 01, 2013, 05:00:00 PM »
Could you please look up some of my relatives for me:
William Gray died April 12, 1898
Agnes McIlwrath died Dec 3, 1909
William Gray died Nov 26, 1914
Catherine Johnston  died Oct 23, 1922
Thank you
 

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #34 on: March 01, 2013, 07:02:40 PM »
Hi z7dx, Thanks for looking,  much appreciated.
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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #35 on: March 02, 2013, 09:47:18 PM »
Doh! How stupid of me, not paying attention!

Could you look for Margaret Kerr 16 Jan 1909, wife and mother of the other two please?

Hi valkerr, no problem at all.  I looked up all entries in January 1901 and no mention of Margaret Kerr I'm afraid.

Could you please look up some of my relatives for me:
William Gray died April 12, 1898
Agnes McIlwrath died Dec 3, 1909
William Gray died Nov 26, 1914
Catherine Johnston  died Oct 23, 1922
Thank you

Hi geri_hill, unfortunately I didn't find any of those names in the months listed, I did find the following (probably not a relative but thought I might post it anyway just in case):

"Johnston - October 26, 1922, at 13, Kerrsland Crescent, Doreen Johnston, aged 6 months.  Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery to-day (Friday), at 12 o'clock. DAVID JOHNSTON"

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #36 on: March 02, 2013, 09:55:23 PM »
Thank you!

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #37 on: March 09, 2013, 03:22:09 AM »

Could you please check if there are any records for the death of Edward Noble? He died on either the 12th or 13th of October 1906, I have conflicting reports... I'm trying to find any information about his parents.

10 October 1906 , Belfast, Northern Ireland
A FALL OF FORTY FEET
Last evening a Ligoniel man named Edward Noble, aged about forty years, and employed at Messrs. Workman, Clark, & Co.'s, fell from some staging on one of the vessels in the course of construction, a distance of about forty feet. He was removed to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where it was found he was suffering from a severe scalp wound and concussion, and also severe shock. He lies in a precarious condition.

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #38 on: March 09, 2013, 11:00:24 PM »
Hi Val,
If you haven't already done so, you should buy the burial certificate from https://ssl.belfastcity.gov.uk/burialsearch/BurialRecordDetails.aspx?RecordID=7895.5863
(1.50) it might give you details of family that purchased the grave and details of death? It's a pity, he seems to be the only Noble family member buried in the plot, the others being McArthur/Archer.
 
Edward Noble. 16 Limehill St. Ligoniel. Age 37 Years.
Date of death 12 October 1906
 Date of burial  15 October 1906
Dundonald Cemetery  Plot C2 640
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Could you please check if there are any records for the death of Edward Noble? He died on either the 12th or 13th of October 1906, I have conflicting reports... I'm trying to find any information about his parents.

10 October 1906 , Belfast, Northern Ireland
A FALL OF FORTY FEET
Last evening a Ligoniel man named Edward Noble, aged about forty years, and employed at Messrs. Workman, Clark, & Co.'s, fell from some staging on one of the vessels in the course of construction, a distance of about forty feet. He was removed to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where it was found he was suffering from a severe scalp wound and concussion, and also severe shock. He lies in a precarious condition.

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #39 on: March 09, 2013, 11:08:11 PM »
Thanks Tischris, the Archers/McArthurs are my family - Elizabeth Noble married John Archer (my great great grandparents), the puzzle is how Edward is connected to Elizabeth. I will get the burial record!

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #40 on: March 11, 2013, 01:16:29 PM »
Hi would it be possible to check for my gt grandmother Catherine Hamilton from 17 Newcastle St, who was admitted to Belfast Infirmary about 6th May 1941. I cannot establish her death or burial anywhere. Proni or Groni and have searched the council's site which only has a few cemeteries. Thank you in anticipation, Hilary .

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #41 on: March 12, 2013, 02:03:05 AM »
Hi,
 
Newcastle Street was bombed in the blitz on 15/16th April 1941, Belfast was bombed again on 4/5th May 1941. Is it then possible that your Grandmother may have been buried from a relative's address? How sure are you of the date of death? I ask this because there is a record of a Catherine Hamilton died in Walton Street which was also bombed. This Catherine was buried a week after she died instead of the 2/3 days which was normal - probably because of the high numbers of burials.
Catherine Hamilton
 Last place of residence 18 Walton St
 Age 52 Years
Date of death 16 April 1941,  
Date of burial 23 April 1941City Cemetery - Glenalina Extension,Grave section and number  U 420 Earth Burial
 
Chris
 
 
Hi would it be possible to check for my gt grandmother Catherine Hamilton from 17 Newcastle St, who was admitted to Belfast Infirmary about 6th May 1941. I cannot establish her death or burial anywhere. Proni or Groni and have searched the council's site which only has a few cemeteries. Thank you in anticipation, Hilary .

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #42 on: March 13, 2013, 01:38:39 AM »
Hello I have a few family members I am on the lookout for any further info. Hopefully I can find an obit. Thanks so much and take your time. Really appreciate your efforts.

William Carney d. Nov 27, 1899 Belfast

Ellen Carney d. April 22, 1898 Belfast

Elizabeth Carney d. Sept 26, 1890

Nicholas Carney d. April 9, 1878

Kathleen Carney d March 22, 1910

Ellen Carney d. Sept 6, 1914
Family Names: Carney, Murphy, Keenan, Cromie, Carmichael, Hackett,  Monaghan and McKenna.
Any info on these family names is welcomed.

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #43 on: March 13, 2013, 12:54:01 PM »
Can you please look up the marriage of John Kinsella to Ann Rooney, between 1918 and 1924?  They lived in the Short Strand area. Thanks so much!

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Re: Belfast Newsletter (1738 - 1925) - Births, Deaths and Marriages notices
« Reply #44 on: March 15, 2013, 07:50:23 PM »
Could you please check if there are any records for the death of Edward Noble? He died on either the 12th or 13th of October 1906, I have conflicting reports... I'm trying to find any information about his parents.

10 October 1906 , Belfast, Northern Ireland
A FALL OF FORTY FEET
Last evening a Ligoniel man named Edward Noble, aged about forty years, and employed at Messrs. Workman, Clark, & Co.'s, fell from some staging on one of the vessels in the course of construction, a distance of about forty feet. He was removed to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where it was found he was suffering from a severe scalp wound and concussion, and also severe shock. He lies in a precarious condition.

Hi valkerr, I looked up dates from the 10th to 31st October 1906 and no notices I'm afraid.

Hi would it be possible to check for my gt grandmother Catherine Hamilton from 17 Newcastle St, who was admitted to Belfast Infirmary about 6th May 1941. I cannot establish her death or burial anywhere. Proni or Groni and have searched the council's site which only has a few cemeteries. Thank you in anticipation, Hilary .

Hi hilaryc, the current archive only goes up to 1925 so unfortunately I cannot look up dates after this date.

Hello I have a few family members I am on the lookout for any further info. Hopefully I can find an obit. Thanks so much and take your time. Really appreciate your efforts.

William Carney d. Nov 27, 1899 Belfast

Ellen Carney d. April 22, 1898 Belfast

Elizabeth Carney d. Sept 26, 1890

Nicholas Carney d. April 9, 1878

Kathleen Carney d March 22, 1910

Ellen Carney d. Sept 6, 1914

Unfortunately no notices for the above names celticmoon.

Can you please look up the marriage of John Kinsella to Ann Rooney, between 1918 and 1924?  They lived in the Short Strand area. Thanks so much!

Hi Mary K. Rossi, if you can give me specific dates I can look them up for you.