Note N371 Index
She was baptised December 8, 1850, in St. Agnes Presbyterian Church. Belfast.
Helen Dunn found her death registration as follows:
Death index reference 1911 (March quarter) - Volume 1, page 261 - Belfast - Rachael Allely - age 56.
Note N372 Index
He was baptised on March 12, 1848 at Agnes St. Presbyterian Church, Belfast. He appears in the death index as follows:
Index reference 1877 - volume 6, page 485 - Dungannon - William Allely, age 27
Note N373 Index
She was baptised September 13, 1846 in the Agnes Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast.
Helen Dunn believes that she died in the Clones workhouse on June 13 1892. Her reasoning is as follows:
In June 1892 Ann Jane, daughter of John & Ellen, would have been 45.
The death index gives age 43 but the records in Monaghan Registrar's Office gives 45.
It seems odd to me that she would die in a work house when she had siblings alive and well.
Note N374 Index
Her name also appears spelled as "Bysh."
Note N375 Index
He is described as a bricklayer in the marriage certificate of his daughter Mary Anne. In the 1851 and 1861 censuses, he was also described as a bricklayer.
I have chosen John and Sarah as his parents based on the baptism to that effect found by Brian Piper in the parish register for Hawkhurst.
Note N376 Index
There is an Edwin Campany, widower, age 24, born in Hawkhurst, living with his father Frederick in Hawkhurst in the 1861 census. Did Frances Matilda die before then? In any event, Edwin had a new wife - Ruth - by 1871.
Note N377 Index
The "amending deed" of 1832 refers to a will made on November 10, 1744. Presumably therefore, he died after that and before 1761 when his son and heir Thomas leased and released some properties to one Robert Pardoe.
Note N378 Index
She is described by her mother as her eldest daughter in her will of July 16, 1705. As well, she seems to be married to a Sturch as her mother uses that last name to describe her. I have not seen an MI for her.
Note N379 Index
In his daughter's marriage certificate, he is described as a "clerk."
Note N380 Index
This family settled in Dunbarton Scotland.
Note N381 Index
In his son's marriage certificate, he was described as a "tenter."
Note N382 Index
From Helen Dunn:
Index reference 1885 (Sept quarter) - volume 3, page 77 - Clones - Elizabeth Allely, age 38. The exact date comes from Monaghan Registrars Office.
According to the death certificate, she died with no one in attendance after 5 weeks of a "disease of the stomach."
Note N383 Index
He was the informant re his mother's death in December 1884. Thus he died thereafter.
Helen Dunn says that the reference re his death is as follows: Index reference - 1891 (March quarter) volume 1, page 282 - Belfast - Thomas Allely - age 35.
The actual death entry reads:
#65 1891, Eight February, 92 Dundee St. Thomas Allely, Male, Married, 35 years old, Labourer, Typhoid Fever 24 days certified, Sarah Allely widow of deceased informant, registered ninth February 1891, by H. B. Osbourne.