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This marriage too was performed by the Rev. Proudfoot. But it was done by license. The witnesses were Elliot Grieve and John Grieve.

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Note    N1109         Index
In the District Register, their marriage was noted as one pursuant to banns. I was performed by Reverend Proudfoot. The witnesses were Thomas Baty (Beattie?) and Ninian Elliot.

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Note    N1111         Index
This marriage is found in Certificate No. 448 of the Reverend William Proudfoot. It was by license. The witnesses were Alexander and Robert Murray.

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Note    N1112         Index
From Helen Dunn:
Index reference - 1872 - volume 8, page 127, Clones
John Allely - age 21 - bachelor - labourer - resided Lisvarty - son of John Allely, shoemaker - married Eliza Gillespie - age 21 - spinster - resided Coraghy - daughter of Henry Gillespie, labourer - on 8th May 1872 in Clones Registrar’s Office - witnesses William Moore & Sarah Rutledge.

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Index reference - 1889 (Sept quarter) - volume 1, page 459 - Belfast
Thomas Allely - full age - bachelor - labourer - residence 22 Radcliff Street, Belfast - son of John Allely, shoemaker - married Sarah Cordiner - minor - spinster - residence 6 Urney Street Belfast daughter of Stewart Cordiner, labourer - in Falls Road Methodist Church Belfast on 6th September 1889 - witnesses Arthur & Maggie McCullough.

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Helen Dunn has sent the following reference:

1887 (June quarter) Ref vol 1, page 391 - Belfast
Joseph Allely - full age - bachelor - shoemaker - residence Belfast - son of John Allely, shoemaker - married Jane Copeland - full age - spinster - residence not recorded - daughter of James Copeland, farmer - in Crumlin Road Presbyterian Church on 5th February 1887 - witnesses Thomas Allely & Maggie Copeland
Parents of Ellen McCausland (1887) - Jane Copeland (1891) - Joseph Copeland (1895)

Also from Helen Dunn:
Index reference - 1887 (June quarter) - volume 1, page 391 - Belfast
Joseph Allely - full age - bachelor - shoemaker - residence Belfast - son of John Allely, shoemaker - married Jane Copeland - full age - spinster - residence not recorded - daughter of James Copeland, farmer on 5th February 1887 in Crumlin Road Presbyterian Church - witnesses Thomas Allely & Maggie Copeland

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Helen Dunn sent the following reference:

1888 (Dec quarter) Ref vol 1,page 415 - Belfast - Richard Allely & Ellen Chambers
married in Albert Street Presbyterian Church 25th December 1888 - (great-grandparents of Christine, Sue & Rosemary)

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The marriage was performed by William McAllister. The witnesses were John Kennedy and James Sloan. They were both described as being from "Ryans."

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Note    N1117         Index
The witnesses were Robert Heslip and James Sloan. William McAlister performed the service, which was "according to the Form & Discipline of the Presbyterian Church General Assembly." The residence of both parties was described as "Ryans."

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The witnesses were Nevin Caldwell and Thomas Ruddock. The minister was Henry William Lett. Nevin was residing in Derrymore (a village in Newry Parish) and was a weaver by trade. Sarah was also a weaver and was a resident of Bessbrook (a village in Killevy Parish).

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On her application for admission to the Veterans' Home, Daisy said that they were married by Laurens Haun, a Probate Judge in Leavenworth.