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Death Notices from the Wigtownshire Free Press

Transcribed by Diana Henry and Compiled by Randy Chapple
Web Update: February 2006

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BA-----, David - D24/8/1867 - At Jubalpoor Hospital, Bengal Preside---y, India, on the 24th August, of dysentary, David Ba--- aged 29 years, 16th Brigade H.M. Royal (Artillery) deceased was the second son of Mr Stewart Ba----- Newton-Stewart, Wigtownshire.

BABINGTON, Ann Amelia - D11/5/1845 - At Summerville, near Dumfries, on the 11th instant, Ann Amelia Babington, second surviving daughter of John Babington, Esq., late of the Madras Civil Service.

BABIBGTON/SYME, Lilias - D14/2/1843 - At Dundas, Upper Canada, on the 14th February, deeply lamented by a wide circle of sympathizing friends at home and abroad, Mrs Lilias Babington, wife of Wm. J. Syme, Esq., late of Dumfries.

BAILIE/WELSH/M’KELVIE, Helen - D19/3/1861 - At Glenluce, on the 19th instant, Helen M'Kelvie, wife of Patrick Welsh, aged 73 years. (Widow as well of John Bailie as per Meg)

BAILIE/JAMIESON, Janet - D18/2/1845 - At Dalrymple, on the 18th inst., Janet Jamieson, wife of Mr David Bailie, aged 76.

BAILLIE/M'INTYRE, Elizabeth - D17/2/1847 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 17th inst., suddenly, Elizabeth Baillie, wife of Mr John M'Intyre, aged 76.

BAILLIE, Elizabeth Ord - D3/4/1844 - At 5, Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh,on the 3d inst., Elizabeth Ord, youngest daughter of William Baillie, Esq., Late Sheriff-Substitute of Dumfriesshire.

BAILLIE/M’CULLOCH, Jane - D19/1/1867 - At Douloch, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 19th instant, after a painful illness, Jane M'Culloch, wife of Mr Peter Baillie, jobber, there.

BAILLIE/YOUNG, Maria Inglis - D6/6/1844 - At Broughton Place, Edinburgh, on the 6th inst., Maria Inglis Young, wife of William Robert Baillie, Esq..

BAILLIE, Mary Eleanor - D23/5/1843 - At 5, Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 23d ult., Mary Eleanor, daughter of William Baillie, Esq., late Sheriff-Substitute of Dumfries-shire.

BAILLIE, Peter - D24/3/1878 - At Moss Croft, on the 24th ult., Peter Baillie, aged 80 years.

BAILLIE/POLLOCK, Robina - D11/2/1847 - At Garliestown, on the 11th inst., Robina Baillie, relict of the late James Pollock, aged 70 years.

BAIN, John - D23/3/1863 - Here, at Stoneykirk Road, on the 23d instant, John aged 3 years and two months, son of Mr Bain, cooper.

BAIN/LESLEY, Margaret - D20/4/1844 - At Glasgow, on the 20th inst., after a severe illness, Margaret Lesley, aged 50 years, spouse of the late Mr Alex. Bain, woollen spinner.

BAIN/DORMAN, Margaret - D17/5/1870 - At 26 Dalrymple Street, on the 17th inst., Margaret Dorman, wife of Mr Bain, cooper.

BAIRD, Charles - D26/2/1855 - At Langlands Place, Dumfries, on the 26th ult., Charles Baird, Esq., Sheriff-Clerk of Dumfriesshire.

BAIRD/CAMERON, Christina - D24/12/1845 - At Drybridge, parish of Dundonald, on the 24th ult., Christina Baird, relict of Mr W. Cameron, aged 102 years.

BAIRD, Elizabeth - D1/4/1847 - At Harbour Street, Stranraer, on the 1st inst., Miss Elizabeth Baird, daughter of the late Mr Thomas Baird, aged 27 years.

BAIRD, George - D18/8/1845 - At Marshill, Alloa, on the 18th instant, George Baird, Esq..

BAIRD, James - D1/12/1861 - At Killiemore, on the 1st inst., very suddenly, Mr James Baird, advanced in years.

BAIRD/PATERSON, Jane - D7/12/1843 - At Stranraer, on the 7th inst., Mrs Jane Paterson, relict of Mr John Baird, cabinet-maker, aged 69 years.

BAIRD, Mary - D5/12/1883 - At 12 Marlow Street, Kinning-Part, on the 5th inst. accidentally, by burning Mary aged 22 months, youngest daughter of William Baird. - Deeply regretted.

BALLANTINE, James - D10/11/1866 - At Tourallah, Ascot, near Ballarat ,Australia, on the 10th November last aged 39 years Mr James Ballantine, formerly head master of the Presbyterian School, Ballarat, and eldest son of the late Mr James Ballantine, postmaster, Carsphairn.

BALLANTYNE, Mr - D1/1/1844 - At Byre Burnfoot, parish of Cannobie, on the 1st curt., Mr Ballantyne, wood forrester to his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch, at an advanced age.

BALLANTYNE/COWAN, Margaret - D17/12/1883 - At the Southern Schoolhouse, Kirkmaiden, on the 17th inst., Margaret Ballantyne, relict of Mr George Cowan, of Glasgow, aged 85 years.

BALMER, Rev. Robert - D1/7/1844 - At Berwick-on-Tweed, on the 1st inst., the Rev. Robert Balmer, D.D., Professor of Systematic Theology to the United Secession Church.

BAR???/RICHARDSON, Elizabeth - D19/7/1843 - At Wester Scotsbridge, parish of Middlebie, on the 19th inst., Elizabeth Bar???, wife of Mr John Richardson, farmer there - much and justly regretted.

BARBER/FERGUSON, Jane - D10/8/1847 - At Neilson Hall, Harwich, near Chatham, Upper Canada, the residence of her son in law, William Neilson, Esq., on the 10th August, Jane Barber, wife of Alex Fergusson, formerly in Corsock Mill, Parton - Friend in Scotland will please to accept of this notification.

BARBER/M'COWAN, Jane - D24/3/1868 - At Glenluce, on the 24th inst., Jane Barber, wife of Mr James M'Cowan, merchant.

BARBOUR, James - D29/8/1845 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 29th ult., James Barbour of Dunmuir, aged 72.

BARBOUR, John Gordon - D12/2/1843 - At -ogue, parish of Dalry, on Sunday morning, after a (few) days illness, John Gordon Barbour, Esq., aged 68 years - much and deservedly regretted.

BARBOUR, Margaret - D17/3/1844 - At Woodhead Lead Mines, near Carsphairn, on the 17th ult., of hooping-cough Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr Robert Clymont, - Also, on the same day of hooping-cough, Margaret, daughter of Mr William Barbour.

BARBOUR, Robt. - D2/9/1846 - At Drumbay, parish of Kells, on the 2d inst., Mr Robt. Barbour, merchant, Bradford, aged 30 years.

BARBOUR, William - D12/6/1843 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 12th inst., Mr William Barbour, flesher, aged 62 years.

BARBOUR, William - D8/10/1843 - At Auchinleck, parish of Minnigaff, very suddenly, on the 8th inst., Mr William Barbour, aged 71 years.

BARCLAY/MILLER, Margaret - D13/12/1883 - At Glenluce, on the 13th inst. Margaret Barclay, relict of John Miller, aged 92 years.

BARCLAY/HANNAH, Marion - D2/3/1852 - At Wigtown, on the 2d instant, Marion Hannah, youngest daughter of the late William Hannah, farmer in Kirvennie, and relict of the late W. Barclay, farmer in Cotland, aged 69 years.

BARHAM, Rev. Richard Harris - D17/6/1845 - Last week, the Rev. Mr Barham, better known in the literary world as the author of "Ingoldsby Legends" and of one of the most popular of our modern novels "Cousin Nicholas". (Rev Richard Harris Barham had the pen name “Thomas Ingoldsby” and his book “Ingoldsby Legends” is available on-line at He was born Dec 6, 1788 in England, was ordained 1824 and died on June 17, 1845)

BARK, John - D11/4/1889 - At Cults, Castle-Kennedy, on the 11th inst., John Bark, aged 65 years.

BARKER, Lieut. Alex P. - D10/12/1844 - At Hunmantoo Ghaut, Esq., East Indies, on the 10th Dec., last, of wounds received the day before, in defence of an advanced post of the army under his charge, Lieut. Alex P. Barker, third son of the late respected John Barker, Esq., agent for the Bank of Scotland at Dumfries.

BARKER/KERR, Jane - D4/6/1844 - At Sanquhar, on the 4th inst., Mrs Jane Barker, aged 67, relict of Mr William Kerr, steward of the Hon. East India Company's ship "Southampton". - Friends will be pleased to accept of this notification.

BARKER, Samuel - D19/3/1878 - at Grangemouth, on the 19th inst., Mr Samuel Barker, harbour master, aged 57 years, late Captain of the Stranraer and Belfast Steamers, "Fannie" and "Alice".

BARKER, Thomas - D28/5/1843 - At Bridge End, parish of Kirkconnell, on the 28th ult., Thomas, only son of the late Quintin M'Adam Barker, Esq., Rio Janeiro, aged four years and nine months.

BARNS, Patrick Graham - D10/1/1867 - At Limekilns, on the 10 instant, Patrick Graham Barns, of Limekilns and Kirkhill.

BARR, A. Agnes - D1/11/1867 - At Carlton Place, Glasgow, on the 1st inst., A. Agnes, infant daughter of Mr John Barr.

BARR, Alexander - D21/2/1844 - At Hillhead, here, on the 21st inst., Alexander, aged 2 years, youngest son of Mr William Barr.

BARR, Elizabeth - D15/5/1860 - Here, at Sun Street, on the 15th inst., Elizabeth, aged 14 years, second daughter of Mr Barr, professor of dancing.

BARRADALE, John - D3/12/1891 - Here, at Sheuchan Parks, on the 3rd inst. John Barradale, retired farm grieve, aged 83 years.

BARRETT/HONARTH, Elizabeth - D21/6/1845 - at Wigtown, on the 21st inst., Elizabeth Honarth, wife of Mr John Barrett, aged 52 years.

BARRIE, Robert - D14/3/1843 - At Kirkconnel, Village, on the 14th inst., Robert, youngest son of Mr Samuel Barrie, aged 9 months.

BARRY/BLOUNT, Jane - D13/6/1844 - At Terreglestown, on the 13th ult., Jane Barry, relict of James Blount, Esq., of Midpark, parish of Dumfries, in her 82d year.

BARRY/GORDON, Jane - D14/2/1846 - At Chapelton Borgue, on the 14th inst., after a tedious illness, Mrs Jane Barry, wife of Mr Mathew Gordon - deeply regretted.

BART, Sir Robert Abercromby - D8/7/1855 - On the 8th inst., at P--glen House, Banffshire, Sir Robert Abercromby Bart., of Backen--g , aged 71.

BARTON/IMRIE, Agnes - D22/8/1843 - At Auldgirth Bridge, on the 22d inst., Agnes Barton, wife of Mr William Imrie.

BARTON/BELL, Janet - D23/11/1843 - At Middlebie, on the 23d ult., Janet Bell, wife of Mr James Barton, blacksmith there - much and justly regretted.

BARTON, John - D10/5/1844 - At Grainhall, in the parish of Middlebie, on the10th ult., Mr John Barton, in the 90th year of his age.

BARTON, Robert - D30/5/1843 - At Derrylarin Mills, County Monaghan, Ireland, on the 30th ult., Robert, son of Mr Wm. Barton, miller there - formerly of Dumfries.

BASHFORD, Charles - D13/10/1844 - At Kilmarnock, on the 13th inst., Mr Charles Bashford, calico printer.

BAYNE/ANDERSON, Janet - D18/11/1843 - At Bayne's Cottage, Kinrossie, Perthshire, on the 18th ult., Janet Anderson, wife of Mr James Bayne, farmer.

BAXTER, Still-born Child - D6/4/1843 - At 49, High St, Dumfries, on the 6th inst., after being delivered of a still-born child, Agnes Costine, spouse of Mr Thomas Baxter, draper.

BAXTER/COSTINE, Agnes - D6/4/1843 - At 49, High St, Dumfries, on the 6th inst., after being delivered of a still-born child, Agnes Costine, spouse of Mr Thomas Baxter, draper.

BAXTER, John - D7/4/1843 - At same place (At 49, High St, Dumfries) on the 7th inst., Mr John Baxter, draper.

BAXTER/UNDERWOOD, Margaret - D13/12/1843 - At Lady Hall, on the 13th inst., after a lingering illness, Margaret Baxter, widow of the late Mr James Underwood, farmer, Lady Hall, advanced in years.

BAXTER, Peter Hannah - D24/11/1883 - At Wigtown, on the 24th ult., Peter Hannah, aged 7 months, infant son of John Baxter, engineer.

BAE, Janet - D(6)/2/1847 - At Glenwhask Mill, parish of Colmonell, on the (6)th ult., Janet Bae, aged 78 years.

BEAN, Alexander - D26/5/1843 - On the 26th ult., at the house of his brother-in-law, Mr D. Watson, Snowhill, Bradford, Yorkshire, Mr Alexander Bean, aged 50 , farmer, Fininess, parish of Balmaghie, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.

BEATTIE, Adam - D14/3/1846 - At Langholm, on the 14th inst., Mr Adam Beattie, weaver, aged 77 years.

BEATTIE, Adam - D29/6/1847 - At New Castleton, on the 29th ult., Adam, son of Mr Robert Beattie, tailor there, aged 4 years and 6 months. - Also, on the 9th inst., John, son of the said Robert Beattie, aged 18 months.

BEATTIE/CORRIE, Harriet - D2/12/1883 - At Alpine Terrace, Dalbeattie, on the 2nd inst Harriet Corrie, late of Hill Cottage, Gatehouse - of - Fleet, and relict of Jonathan Beattie, late of Kirkcudbright, aged 70 years.

BEATTIE/EWING, Helen - D15/9/1867 - At Lochans Mill, on the 15th instant, Helen Beatta aged 21 years, wife of Mr Alexander Ewing. (Helen Beattie as per IGI marriages to Alexander Ewing Feb 2, 1866)

BEATTIE, Rev. Irving - D21/11/1883 - At Edinburgh, on the 21st inst., The Rev. Irving Beattie, minister, Blackbraes, by Falkirk.

BEATTIE, James - D5/2/1844 - At Kirkcudbright on the 5th inst., James, only son of Mr J. Beattie, draper.

BEATTIE/HAUGHAN, Janet - in WFP D30/3/0843 - At Closehead, Annan, Mrs Janet Beattie, or Haughan, at the advanced aged of 95.

BEATTIE, Jessie - D1/4/1847 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 1st instant, Miss Jessie Beattie, dressmaker.

BEATTIE, John - D11/10/1843 - At Bankend, Carlaverock, on the 11th instant, Mr John Beattie, at the advanced age of 82 years - much respected.

BEATTIE, John - D9/7/1847 - At New Castleton, on the 29th ult., Adam, son of Mr Robert Beattie, tailor there, aged 4 years and 6 months. - Also, on the 9th inst., John, son of the said Robert Beattie, aged 18 months.

BEATTIE, John - D6/12/1852 - At Moffat Millmeadows, on the 6th instant, John Beattie, A.M., late Rector of the Grammar School, Moffat.

BEATTIE, Thomas - D19/3/1843 - At Bank of Bishopton, Twynholm, on the 19th inst., after a long illness, Mr Thomas Beattie, shepherd, aged 62, who is much regretted by his family, and was highly respected.

BEATTIE, William - D18/3/1843 - At Toomshiedburn, parish of Cannobie, on the 18th inst., William Beattie, farmer, aged 78.

BEATY, Jane - D30/6/1843 - At Longtown, on the 29th ult., Mrs Ann Johnston, aged 71 years; and on the 30th ult., Mrs Jane Beaty, widow of William Beaty, cabinet-maker, aged 85 years.

BECK/BELL, Janet - D26/4/1845 - At Maxwelltown, on the 26th ult., aged 63 years, Janet Beck, wife of Mr John Bell, corn merchant - deeply regretted.

BECK/M’COURTY, Mary - D29/12/1863 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 29th ult., Mary M'Courty, relict of the late Mr Samuel Beck, aged 86 years.

BECKETS, Richard - D13/1/1846 - At Portwilliam, Edwin, son of Mr Thomas Leigh, aged 2 1/2 years; same place, on the 13th inst., Mr Goudie, aged 41; and, same day, Richard, son of Mr John Beckets, aged 18.

BECKETT/M’DOWALL, Jane - D17/1/1846 - At Alleysbank, Rutherglen, on the 17th instant, Jane M'Dowall, wife of the Rev. William Beckett.

BEDDIE, David - D27/1/1855 - At Wigtown, on the 27th ultimo, Mr David Beddie, aged 73 years.

BEDDIE, John - D11/2/1845 - At Wigtown, on the 11th inst., John Beddie, Esq., writer.

BEDDIE, Margaret Hannay - D13/3/1863 - On the 13th instant, at Wigtown, Margaret Hannay infant daughter of Mr David Beddie, spirit-merchant. (Born Aug 29, 1863 Mother Annie Morrison as per Bruce M’Dowall)

BEGG/CAMPBELL, Margaret - D13/9/1845 - At Minto Street, Newington, Edinburgh, on the 13th inst., Margaret Campbell, wife of the Rev. James Begg.

BEGGS/M’MASTER, Mary - D27/3/1876 - At Rephad, on the 27th inst., Mary Beggs, aged 73 years, wife of Mr Thomas M'Master.

BEGGS, William - D3/3/1873 - At Blair, Stoneykirk, on the 3rd inst., Mr William Beggs, farmer, aged 82 years.

BELL, Mr. - D10/1/1846 - At Watcarrick, on the 10th inst., Mr Bell.

BELL, Mrs - in the WFP D12/10/1843 - After a short illness, Mrs Bell, Balgreddan, near Kirkcudbright, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives. The poor for many miles around Balgreddan House have lost a friend and benefactress, whose place they have cause to wish may soon be filled again.

BELL, Mrs - D17/6/1846 - At Newton Stewart, on the 17th instant, Mrs Bell, relict of Mr Jas. Bell, farmer, Carnshaw, far advanced in years.

BELL, Female - B21/6/1843 - At Irish St., Dumfries, on the 21st inst., Mrs Wm. Bell, of a daughter - since dead. (Died between June 21-29, 1843)

BELL, Agnes - D15/2/1843 - At Bankhead, by Sanquhar, on the 15th inst., after a lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude, and resignation, Agnes, daughter of Crichton Bell, in the prime of life.

BELL, Agnes - D??/1/1864 - At Home Park Cottage, Newton Stewart, on the ...... instant, suddenly, Agnes Bell, daughter of Mr W.... Bell, senior. (Absolutely NO female BELL of any given name died in Penninghame parish in 1864. Went through the pages day by day for Jan-March in case the Index left her out. I did find an Agnes BELL who died Minigaff , entry #2 which would fit excellently with a January death. The Indexes didn't show a death for an Agnes BELL in Newton Stewart [Penninghame], but they found the Minnigaff one as per Meg)

BELL, Agnes - D17/2/1878 - Here, at 60 London Road, on the 17th inst., Agnes, aged 2 years, daughter of Mr Alex. Bell.

BELL, Dr. Allan - D18/6/1845 - At Jamaica, on the 18th June, Dr Allan Bell, second son of the late Hugh Bell, Esq., Half Merkland, Dalrymple, Ayrshire.

BELL, Andrew - D21/7/1844 - At Langholm, on the 21st ult., Mr Andrew Bell, flesher, aged 40 years, a man much respected, who has left a wife and eight children to mourn his loss.

BELL/FINLAY, Ann - D21/1/1844 - At Kildarroch, Borgue, on the 21st ult., aged 82, Mrs Ann Bell, widow of Mr Andrew Finlay, and mother of Mr Andrew Finlay, watchmaker, &c, Gatehouse.

BELL, Ann - D13/2/1845 - At Edinburgh, on the 13th inst., Miss Ann Bell, late of Dunabie, Dumfries-shire.

BELL/MAXWELL, Anne - D27/2/1845 - At Gatehouse, on the 27th ult., very suddenly, Anne Bell, aged 61 years, wife of James Maxwell, pensioner there.

BELL/CALVERT, Catherine - D8/6/1846 - At Langholm, on the 8th inst, Catherine Calvert, spouse of Mr John Bell, merchant.

BELL, Charles S. - D19/9/1843 - At Wheelersfield, Jamaica, on the 19th Sept. last Mr Charles S. Bell, second son of the late Benjamin Bell, Esq., Dumfries.

BELL/COUPLAND, Christina - D21/1/1845 - At Glasgow, on the 21st inst., Christina Bell, aged 23 years, wife of Mr Wm. Coupland, hair-dresser.

BELL, David - D5/6/1845 - At English Street, Dumfries, on the 5th inst., Mr David Bell, coal agent, in his 77th year.

BELL/WALLACE, Elizabeth - D9/1/1846 - At Claycrop, Kirkinner, on the 9th inst., Elizabeth Bell, wife of Mr Andrew Wallace, farmer.

BELL, Elizabeth - D12/12/1891 - At Bank Street, Wigtown, on the 12st inst. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Hugh Bell, builder, aged 14 years.

BELL/STEWART, Elizabeth Sophia - D17/12/1847 - At St. George's Road, Glasgow, on the 17th instant, Elizabeth Sophia Stewart, wife of Henry Glassford Bell, Esq., advocate.

BELL, George - in the WFP D22/2/1844 - At Craighhalloch, Mochrum, George Bell, at the advanced age of 92.

BELL, George Hamilton - D15/1/1844 - At Edinburgh, suddenly on the 15th instant, George Hamilton, youngest son of Dr Charles Bell.

BELL/IRVING, Georgina - D8/6/1844 - At Woodfields, Gretna, on the 8th inst., Georgina Irving, aged 34, wife of Mr David Bell, farmer there - much lamented.

BELL, Henry - D17/12/1843 - At 82, George Street, Edinburgh, on the 17th inst., Henry, second son of Dr Charles Bell.

BELL/JOHNSTON, Isabella Carlyle - D28/2/1843 - At Cowburn, Hutton, on the 28th ult., Isabella Carlyle Bell, wife of James Johnstone, Esq., Cowburn.

BELL, James - D12/11 /1844 - At Longtown, on the 12th inst., Mrs Jane Brown, widow, aged 84, and on the 10th Mr James Bell, aged 30 years.

BELL, James - D1/2/1845 - At Hyderabad, Scinde, on the 1st February last, of fever, in the prime of life, James, youngest son of Mr John Bell, corn merchant, Maxwelltown - deeply regretted.

BELL, James - D15/10/1846 - At Palnackie, on the 15th current, Mr James Bell, merchant there.

BELL/WRIGHT, Jane - D17/5/1870 - At Garleyhawes, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 17th inst., after a short but painful illness, borne with christian resignation, Jane Bell, wife of Mr Samuel Wright, (joiner) much respected and deeply regretted.

BELL/BARTON, Janet - D23/11/1843 - At Middlebie, on the 23d ult., Janet Bell, wife of Mr James Barton, blacksmith there - much and justly regretted.

BELL/BECK, Janet - D26/4/1845 - At Maxwelltown, on the 26th ult., aged 63 years, Janet Beck, wife of Mr John Bell, corn merchant - deeply regretted.

BELL, Janet - D29/11/1858 - At Wigtown, on the 29th ult., Janet, daughter of Mr Thomas Bell, sheriff officer, aged 17.

BELL, Jannet - D1(2)/9/1844 - At Dornoch Village, on the evening of the 1st or morning of the 2d inst., Jannet Bell. The deceased was found dead in her house, on the forenoon of Monday, by her neighbours - no one being present when she died.

BELL, Jemima - D15/12/1843 - At St. Andrew Street, Dumfries, on Friday last, Jemima, youngest child of the late Mr James Bell, coach-painter.

BELL, John - D3/4/1843 - At Lockerby, on the 3d inst., Mr John Bell, aged 66. He was an undertaker of roads in Annandale and Eskdale.

BELL, John - D4/2/1844 - At the Clachan of Anwoth, on the 4th curt., Mr John Bell, aged 53, schoolmaster, there, whose humble deportment and strict attention to his scholastic duties gained for him the esteem of all who knew him.

BELL, John - D1/9/1846 - At St. John's, Dalry, on the 1st instant, Mr John Bell, merchant, at the advanced age of 84.

BELL, John - D26/7/1853 - At Moffat, on the 26th ultimo, after a few days' illness, John Bell, woolstapler, aged 65 years - much and deeply regretted.

BELL, Lilias - D8/1/1844 - At Kirkton village, Kirkmahoe, on the 8th inst., Lilias, daughter of Mr William Bell, aged 14 years, a young person, much esteemed and regretted.

BELL/DODD, Maggie - D17/11/1883 - Here, at North Strand Street, on the 17th inst. Maggie Bell, aged 41 years, relict of Robert Adair Dodd - Deeply regretted by many friends.

BELL/HAYTON, Margaret - D28/9/1843 - At Dumfries, on Friday, the 28th ult., Margaret Bell, wife of Thomas Hayton, shoemaker.

BELL, Margaret - D3/4/1844 - At Longtown, on the 3d inst., Margaret Bell, widow of the late Mr Thomas Bell, schoolmaster, aged 95 years.

BELL, Martha - D28/1/1847 - At Langholm, on the 28th ult., Martha Bell, schoolmistress there, aged 67 years.

BELL, Mary - D1/8/1843 - At 81, George Street, Edinburgh, on the 1st inst,. Mary daughter of Dr. Charles Bell.

BELL, Mary - D18/11/1843 - Suddenly, here, at Queen Street, on the 18th inst., Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Anthony Bell, merchant.

BELL/COWAN, Mary - D11/12/1844 - At Langholm, on the 11th inst., Mary Bell, spouse of John Cowan, weaver.

BELL/M’MICKEN, Mary - D8/1/1845 - At High Creoch, parish of Girthon, on the 8th inst., after long and protracted suffering, borne with much fortitude and resignation, Mrs Mary Bell, aged 64 years, spouse of Mr James M'Micken, farmer there.

BELL, Mary - D5/6/1846 - At Newton Stewart, on the 5th inst., Mary Bell, relict of James Bell, miller, Hoch Mill.

BELL, Mary - D7/12/1891 - At Belfast, on the 7th inst. Mrs Mary Bell - For many years faithful and devoted nurse at Kirkmabreck Manse.

BELL, Peter - D5/2/1844 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 5th inst., very suddenly, Mr Peter Bell, carter, aged 41 years.

BELL/KENNEDY, Rachael - D3/6/1852 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 3d inst., aged 55 years, Rachael Bell, wife of Mr James Kennedy, shoemaker, - after a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation.

BELL, Richard - D5/12/1843 - At Langholm, on the 5th inst., Mr Richard Bell, joiner, aged 57, leaving a widow and ten children to bewail her loss. His remains were carried to the grave by his seven sons.

BELL, Robert - D28/12/1882 - At Laigh, Glenstockadale, Leswalt, suddenly, on the 28th ult., Robert Bell, pensioner, formerly of the 40th Regiment, in the 96th year of his age.

BELL, Samuel - D9/3/1843 - At Dumfries, on Wednesday morning, the 9th inst, of small-pox, Mr Samuel Bell, writer - deeply regretted.

BELL, William - D26/2/1843 - At New Langholm, on the 26th ult., very suddenly, William Bell, weaver, aged 59 years.

BELL, William - D27/7/1844 - At Barewine, parish of Balmaclellan, on the 27th ult., aged 76 years, William Bell - much beloved, and deservedly regretted by his acquaintances and friends.

BENDALL, Mrs James - D26/9/1847 - At Dumfries, on the 26th ult., the wife of Mr James Bendall, merchant; and at Greenock, on the preceding day, Mrs David Buchanan, their daughter.

BENNET, Anne - D6/12/1858 - At the Manse of Closeburn, on the 6th instant, Anne, daughter of the Rev. Dr Bennet.

BENNET, Sarah - D22/3/1863 - On the 22nd ultimo, at (the) Upper Schoolhouse of Keir, Sarah Bennet, eldest daughter of Robert Bennet, Bladnoch Wigtownshire.

BENNOCH, James - D25/4/1853 - At Sheuchan, parish of Inch, on the 25th instant, James son of Mr Bennoch - aged 3 years.

BENNOCH/BLAIN, Jane - D14/3/1863 - At Sheuchan, Inch, on the 6th inst., John Bennoch aged one year and two months: and on the 14th inst., Jane Blain, aged 84 years, relict of James Bennoch farmer, Sheuchan.

BENNOCH, John - D6/3/1863 - At Sheuchan, Inch, on the 6th inst., John Bennoch, aged one year and two months: and on the 14th inst., Jane Blain, aged 84 years, relict of James Bennoch, farmer, Sheuchan.

BENNOCH, Margaret - D20/1/1864 - At Sheuchan, Inch, on the 20th inst., Margaret, daughter of Mr Bennoch, farmer there, aged 10 years and (four) months.

BENSON, Joseph - D17/2/1844 - At Liverpool, on the 17th curt., Mr Joseph Benson, son of the late John Benson, of the Golden Bull, Dumfries - deeply regretted.

BERRY/M’GIBNEY, Mary - D18/12/1883 - Here, at Foundry Lane, on the 18th inst., Mary M'Gibney, wife of Mr Wm. Berry, aged 53 years.

BEVAN, Robert - D14/3/1843 - At his residence, Dumfries, on Tuesday, the 14th curt., Mr Robert Bevan, formerly one of the officers of the 9th Veteran Battalion. During his whole career in the army, and on half-pay, he was universally respected as a man of the strictest probity, inoffensive manners, and kindly feelings; one, in short, who never, perhaps, made an enemy or lost a friend, from his youth upwards.

BEVERIDGE, Jessie - D6/7/1845 - At High Street, Ayr, on 6th inst., Jessie, daughter of Mrs Beveridge - much regretted.

BEVERIDGE, Rachel - D5/12/1844 - At Ayr, on the 5th instant, Rachel, eldest daughter of Mrs Beveridge - much regretted.

BIGGAM/GORDON, Barbara - D3/2/1864 - Here, at George Street, on the 3d inst., Barbara Gordon, relict of Mr Thos. Biggam, merchant, Stranraer.

BIGGAM, David - D13/1/1845 - Here, on the 13th inst., in the house of his brother in-law (James Stewart, St. John Street) after a lingering illness of several years, which he bore with great patience and resignation, David Biggam, aged 34 years.

BIGGAM, George - D21/4/1844 - At Kirk of Mochrum, on the 21st ult., George Biggam, aged 20.

BIGGAM, Jane - D7/2/1846 - At Garliestown, on the 7th instant, Jane Biggam, aged 33 years.

BIGGAM, Jessie Bella - At Drummore on the 21st inst., Jessie Bella, youngest daughter of Capt. Biggam, aged 16 months.

BIGGAM, John - D28/8/1847 - At Lochnaw, on the 28th ult., Mr John Biggam, aged 82 years.

BIGGAM, John - D7/4/1889 - At Catherine Street, Gatehouse - of Fleet, on the 7th inst., John Biggam, tailor, aged 52 years.

BIGGAM, Magie - D8/1/1881 - At Craigenquarroch, on the 8th inst., Magie, second daughter of Mr Thomas Biggam, aged 24 years - deeply regretted.

BIGGAM/MONEAGLE, Margaret - D9/3/1873 - At High Glenstockadale, Leswalt, on the 9th inst., Margaret Biggam wife of Mr James Moneagle.

BIGGAM, Margaret - D18/9/1875 - At Low Glenstockadale, Leswalt, on the 18th inst., Margaret, aged 5 years, daughter of Mr John Biggam, farmer.

BIGGAM, Sarah - D18/1/1845 - At (Belasky), parish of Colmonell, on the 18th inst., Sarah Biggam.

BIGGAM, Thomas - D13/12/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 13th instant, Mr Thomas Biggam, carter.

BIGGAR/INGLIS, Louisa - D5/1/1846 - At the Manse of Kirkoswald, on the 5th inst., in the 85th year of her age, Mrs Louisa Inglis, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Matthew Biggar, minister of that parish, and the last surviving grandchild of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, the celebrated author of the "History of the sufferings of the church in Scotland".

BIGGAR, Margaret - D12/9/1843 - At the Manse of Kirkoswald, Ayrshire, on the 12th inst., Margaret, daughter of the late Rev. Matthew Biggar, minister of that parish, and granddaughter of the Rev. Robert Wodrow, author of the "History of the Church of Scotland," in the 89th year of her age.

BIGGAUR, Janet - D23/1/1846 - At Barr, Mochrum, on the 23d ult., Janet, daughter of Mr John Biggaur, farmer there; and on the 27th Wm., her twin brother, aged 14 months.

BIGGAUR, William - D23/1/1846 - At Barr, Mochrum, on the 23d ult., Janet, daughter of Mr John Biggaur, farmer there; and on the 27th Wm., her twin brother, aged 14 months.

BIRCH/BLAIR, Clementina - D19/6/1844 - At Upper Gower Street, London, on the 19th ult., Clementina, wife of Major-General Birch, C.B., and daughter of the late Sir James Hunter Blair, Bart..

BIRK, John - D12/11/1844 - At Liverpool; on the 12th inst., Mr John Birk, shipwright.

BIRKMYRE/VERNON, Agnes - D9/2/1887 - At Mount Vernon, Newton-Stewart, on the 9th inst., Agnes Birkmyre, relict of Samuel Vernon, aged 87 years.

BIRKMYRE, John - D 2/9/1865 - At Ardwell Mill, Stoneykirk, on the 2nd instant, Mr John Birkmyre.

BIRKMYRE/M’DOWALL, Margaret - D2/2/1867 - At Ardwell Mills, Stoneykirk, on the 2d instant, Margaret M'Dowall, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas Birkmyre, miller and grain dealer there, and mother of the late Mr James Birkmyre, of Low Drumore, advanced in years.

BIRNIE, Janet - D30/12/1843 - At Hillhead of Dalskairth, on the 30th ult, deservedly regretted, Janet Birnie, second daughter of the deceased Robert Birnie, Esq., late of Kelton.

BISSET/PATTERSON, Grace - D28/7/1853 - Here, at George Street, on the 28th ult., Grace Paterson, wife of Mr Robert Bisset, shoemaker, aged 34 years.

BISSET, Thomas - D7/9/1843 - At Girvan, very suddenly, on the 7th inst., Mr Thomas Bisset, of this town, in his 73d year, much and deservedly respected.

BISSET, Wm. - D15/10/1867 - At 15 Scotia Street, Glasgow, on the 15th instant, of apoplexy, Mr Wm. Bisset, late manufacturer, aged 65 years. (The only William BISSET to die in 1867 in Glasgow was aged 65. BISSET, William, 65, Blysthwood Glasgow #436 as per Meg)

BLACK, Agnes - D14/9/1844 - At 11, Dean Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 14th ult., Mrs Agnes Black, widow of the Rev. David Black, late minister of Lady Yester's Church.

BLACK, Alexander - D17/1/1864 - At 16, Claremont Crescent, Edinburgh, on the 17th ultimo, Alexander Black, D.D. late Professor of (Exegetical) Theology, New College.

BLACK, Edward - D25/7/1843 - At Wigtown, on the 25th ult., aged 7 years, Edward, son of John Black, Esq., writer.

BLACK/RAMAGE/LUMSDANE, Elizabeth - D30/12/1842 - On Friday, the 30th ult., at Wallace Hall, under the roof of her affectionate son, Crawford T. Ramage, Esq., Rector of the Wallace Hall Academy, Mrs Black, whose good judgement and amiability of character gained the universal respect of her numerous friends. (Crawford T. Ramage was the rector of Wallace Hall from 1841 he was born to Elisabeth Lumsdane and John Ramage on September 20, 1803 at North Leith, Midloathian Scotland as per the IGI)

BLACK, Helen M'Naught - D21/9/1844 - At Liverpool, on the 21st ult., aged two months, Helen M'Naught, daughter of Mr B.J. Black, No. 4, John Street, Toxteth Park.

BLACK, Hugh - D6/8/1847 - At Twynholm Village on the 6th inst, very suddenly, Hugh Black, aged 66 years - much regretted. (inserted 19/8/47)

BLACK, Hugh - D6/8/1847 - A Twynholme Village, on the 6th instant, very suddenly Hugh Black, aged 66 years. (inserted 27/8/47)

BLACK, Isabella - D12/7/1847 - At Boatgreen, Gatehouse, on the 12th instant, Isabella, aged 10 years, daughter of Mr Alexander Black, there.

BLACK/TODD, Isabella - D7/7/1850 - Here at George Street, on the 7th inst. Isabella Black, wife of Mr George Todd, draper, Stranraer.

BLACK/ROBERTSON, Janet - D10/1/1843 - At Annan, on the 10th inst., Janet Black, relict of Peter Robertson, late in Trailtrow, aged 89 years.

BLACK, Janet - D6/6/1846 - At Sorbie, on the 6th inst., Miss Janet Black at an advanced age - much respected.

BLACK/M’DOWALL, Janet - D2/2/1867 - At Bridgebank, on the 2d inst., Mrs Janet Black or M'Dowall, advanced in years. For 43 years the deceased was a resident in the same house, and much respected.

BLACK, John - D20/3/1845 - At Woodhead, parish of Buittle, on the 20th inst., John, eldest son of Mr Maxwell Black, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude - aged 25 years.

BLACK, John - D1/5/1846 -At Portsmouth, on the 1st inst., of consumption, John Black, orderly room clerk in the 74th Highlanders, aged 34 years, eldest son of the late Mr William Black, Innermessan mills - deeply regretted by all grades.

BLACK, Margt. - D21/4/1846 - At Wigtown, on the 21st inst., Margt. Black, spinster.

BLACK/DUNLOP, Marion - D20/11/1844 - At Irvine, on the 20th inst., Mrs Marion Dunlop, relict of John Black, Esq., of Locherbank, aged 71years.

BLACK/M’FARLANE, Mary - D31/8/1865 - At Greenvale Street, on the 31st ultimo, Mary M'Farlane, aged 50 years, wife of Mr James Black, shoemaker.

BLACK, Mary - D13(18)/4/1889 - At Isle of Wight, on the 13th (or 18th) inst., Mary, third daughter of the late Mr E. (R) Black, banker, Wigtown.

BLACK, Nicholas - D5/6/1844 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 5th inst., at the venerable age of 81, Mrs Nicholas Black, of the "Farmers' Arms Inn".

BLACK, Samuel - D6/10/1844 - at Glasgow, on the 6th curt., Samuel Black, Esq., youngest son of the late Rev.James Black, minister of Penninghame.

BLACK, Samuel - D23/6/1846 - At Port-William, on the 23d ult., aged ten months, Samuel, youngest son of Mr Samuel Black.

BLACK, Samuel - D18/3/1847 - At Stranraer, on the 18th inst., Samuel Black, Esq., merchant there, sometime a magistrate, and latterly treasurer of the burgh, aged 76 years - deeply and generally lamented.

BLACK/WILSON, Sarah - D13/8/1846 - At Craigencrosh, Stoneykirk, on the 13th inst., Sarah Wilson, wife of Mr William Black, farmer there, after a short illness.

BLACK, Wm. - D10/6/1843 - At Haugh of Urr, on Saturday, the 10th inst., Mr Wm. Black, aged 80 years.

BLACK, William - D14/6/1846 - Here, at George Street, on the 14th inst., in the 66th year of his age, William Black, Esq., J.P..

BLACK, Sergeant William - D17/8/1843 - At Fort Allahabad, Bengal, East Indies, on the 17th August last, aged 26 years, Sergeant William Black, of her Majesty's 3d Buffs, third son of the late Mr William Black, miller at Innermessan.

BLACKADDER/WIGHTMAN, Helen - D29/1/1844 - At Port Street, Annan, on the 29th ult., Mrs Helen Wightman or Blackadder, wife of Mr Robt. Wightman, coal merchant - advanced in years.

BLACKHOUSE, Mr. W. - D9/6/1844 - On the 9th inst., while addressing the congregation at the meeting-house of the Society of Friends at Darlington, W. Blackhouse, Esq., senior partner of the banking establishment of Blackhouse and Company, of that town.

BLACKIE, James - D16/8/1887 - At Auchencairn Arms, Auchencairn, on the 16th ult., after a short illness, James Blackie, aged 61 years.

BLACKIE, Janet - D4/11/1844 - At Cloudanbank Mills, Holywood, on the 4th instant, Janet Blackie, aged 80 years - much regretted.

BLACKIE, John - D26/2/1843 - At Howgate, Maxwelltown, on the 26th ult., Mr John Blackie, millwright, aged 84 years.

BLACKLEY/STOBBIE, Isabella - D27/5/1843 - At Blackstone, on the 27th ult., Isabella Stobbie, wife of Mr John Blackley, farmer, Blackstone.

BLACKLEY, Mary Herries - D14/2/1843 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 14th inst., aged 8 years, Mary Herries, daughter of Mr Thomas Blackley, Road Surveyor there.

BLACKLOCK, Archibald - D14/3/1845 - At Moffat, on the 14th inst., in the 29th year of his age, after a severe and protracted illness, Mr Archibald Blacklock - much and deservedly regretted.

BLACKLOCK, Jacob - D24/3/1843 - At London, on the 24th ult., after four days illness, Jacob Blacklock, youngest son of Thos. Blacklock, Esq., of Watchhall, aged 21 - deeply and sincerely regretted.

BLACKLOCK, John - D21/10/1844 - At Academy Street, Dumfries, on the 21st instant, after a lingering illness, Mr John Blacklock, shoemaker, aged 72 years.

BLACKLOCK, Mary - D1/5/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 1st inst.,Mary, daughter of Mr Robert Blacklock, shoemaker.

BLACKLOCK, Thomas - D21/2/1844 - At Parkneuk Toll-bar, in the parish of Troqueer, on the 21st inst., Thomas Blacklock, stocking-maker.

BLACKSTOCK/HYSLOP, Helen - D3/3/1845 - At her house, English Street, Dumfries, on the 3d inst., Mrs Helen Blackstock Hyslop, at the advanced age of 95. The deceased, in various respects, was a remarkable woman; few females of her day and generation possessed equal personal attractions, combined with the greatest elasticity of mind and constitution. She was the relict of Mr Hyslop, writer, Dumfries, a man of marked ability, professionally and otherwise, and the intimate friend of Robert Burns.

BLACKWELL, Mr (or Ms) - D25/1/1847 - At Gavsmout, Glenluce, on the 25th ultimo, Mr (or Ms) Blackwall, aged 83.

BLACKWELL, David - D9/12/1891 - At Logan, Kirkmaiden, on the 9th inst. David Blackwell, mason, aged 61 years.

BLACKWELL, Jane - D13/1/1864 - At Port Logan, on the 13th instant, Jane, daughter (of) Mr James Blackwell, mason, aged 3 1/2 years.

BLACKWELL, John - D4/1/1853 - At Hardcroft, parish of Newluce, on the 4th inst., Mr John Blackwell, aged 55 years.

BLACKWELL/KYLE, Mary - D5/9/1887 - Here, at 9 Trade Street, on the 5th inst., Mary Kyle, relict of Hugh Blackwell, advanced in years.

BLACKWOOD, Alexander - D21/3/1845 - At Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh, on the 21st inst, Alexander Blackwood, Esq., son of the late Wm. Blackwood, Esq..

BLACKWOOD, James - D3/12/1883 - At Balterson, on the 3rd inst. David youngest son of James Blackwood, aged 3 years and 7 months.

BLACKWOOD, Robert - D14/2/1852 - On the 14th instant, Robert Blackwood, Esq., publisher, Edinburgh.

BLACKWOOD, William - D6/12/1844 - At Sanquhar, on the 6th curt., William Blackwood,, aged 82 years, who honourably, faithfully, and judiciously fulfilled the office of elder in the Established church for more than 50 years.

BLAIN, Mrs Henry - D25/8/1844 - At Wigtown, on the 25th inst., Mrs Blain, relict of Rev. Henry Blain of Stoneykirk, - aged 87 years.

BLAIN, Hugh - D27/3/1878 - Here, at 17 Millhill Street, on the 27th inst. Mr Hugh Blain, mason, aged 72 years.

BLAIN, Mrs James - D15/3/1847 - At Drumlea, Colmonell, on the 15th ult., Mrs James Blain, farmer there, aged 47.

BLAIN/BENNOCH, Jane - D14/3/1863 - At Sheuchan, Inch, on the 6th inst., John Bennoch aged one year and two months: and on the 14th inst., Jane Blain, aged 84 years, relict of James Bennoch farmer, Sheuchan.

BLAIN, John - D8/9/1887 - At Cassencary Offices, Creetown, on the 8th inst., John, only son of John Blain, gamekeeper, aged eight months.

BLAIN/M'CULLOCH, Mary - D11/3/1878 - At South Two Mark, Stoneykirk, on the 11th inst., Mary M'Culloch, relict of Mr John Blain, Changue, Mochrum, aged 64 years - much and deservedly regretted.

BLAIN, Quintin - D2/6/1887 - At 23 Cranworth Street, Stockport Road, Manchester, on the 2nd inst, Quintin Blain, aged 59 years.

BLAIN, Thomas - D22/2/1863 - At Kilfillan, on the 22d inst., Thomas Blain, aged 78 years.

BLAIN, Thomas - D15/11/1883 - At Cairnryan, on the15th inst., Thomas Blain, advanced in years.

BLAIND/HUTTON, Margaret - D2/6/1846 - At Dumfries, on the 2d inst., Margaret Hutton, spouse of Mr Samuel Blaind, shipowner.

BLAIND/KELLY, Mary - D17/3/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 17th ult., Mary Kelly, relict of Mr Samuel Blaind, merchant in Dumfries.

BLAIND, Robert Crosbie - D26/2/1843 - At Church Place, Dumfries, on Sunday, of consumption , Robert Crosbie, in his 18th year, only son of Mr Samuel Blaind, draper - a young man of amiable dispositions.

BLAINE, Cathrine - D13/8/1846 - At Twynholm village, on the 13th curt., Miss Cathrine Blaine, daughter of Mr Alex. Blaine - much regretted.

BLAIR/SPROAT, Catharine - D4/6/1847 - At Fleet Cottage, Gatehouse, on the 4th inst., Mrs Catharine Blair, the affectionate wife of Mr John Sproat.

BLAIR/FORTESCUE, Mrs (probably Catharine) - D17/12/1847 - At Harcourt Terrace, Dublin, of influenza, on the 17th instant, Mrs Fortescue of Stephenston, eldest daughter of the late Col. Blair of Blair. (Probably Catherine (Eglantine); Stephenson; Lou>Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1847 12 22 dja as per

BLAIR/BIRCH, Clementina - D19/6/1844 - At Upper Gower Street, London, on the 19th ult., Clementina, wife of Major-General Birch, C.B., and daughter of the late Sir James Hunter Blair, Bart..

BLAIR, David - D31/5/1847 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 31st ult., David Blair, Esq., late of Borgue.

BLAIR/MANSON, Eliz. - D13/1/1878 - At Glenvallagh, Sorbie, on the 13th inst., Eliz. Manson, wife of the Rev. S. Blair, F.C. minister, Sorbie, aged 73.

BLAIR, Hugh - D5/10/1883 - On board the S.S. "Sevilla" of Glasgow, on the 5th ult. of African fever, while on a voyage from Akassa to Lagos, West coast Africa, Hugh Blair, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Blair, High Street, Wigtown, aged 52 years.

BLAIR, Jane - D16/12/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 16th inst., Jane, daughter of Mr David Blair, surgeon, Kirkcudbright Militia.

BLAIR, William - D29/4/1845 - At Ballantrae, on the 29th ult., Mr William Blair, aged 86 - for many years connected with the post-office, as mail contractor.

BLAIR, William Hunter - D23/1/1855 - At St. Leonard's on Sea on the 23d ultimo, Lieutenant Willam Hunter Blair, ---- Royal Artillary, aged 27 years, son of Sir David Hunter Blair, Bart.

BLAND/CAMPBELL, Margaret - D28/3/1846 - At Creetown, on the 28th ult., Mrs Margaret Campbell, aged 86, widow of Mr Bland - much respected.

BLAND/DENNISTOUN, Mary - D19/9/1843 - At Gatehouse, on the 19th inst., at the advanced age of 86, Mary Bland, spouse of the late Mr William Dennistoun, Quarterland, Girthon. (Inserted Sept. 21, 1843)

BLAND/DENNISTON, Mary - D19/9/1843 - At Gatehouse, on the 19th inst., at the house of her son, Mr John Denniston, grocer and spirit dealer there, Mrs Mary Bland, at the advanced aged of 87 years. (Inserted Sep 28, 1843)

BLAND, Thomas - in the WFP D14/5/1846 - At Newport, South Wales, after a short illness, Mr Thomas Bland, much regretted. The deceased was a native of Borgue, near Kirkcudbright.

BLANSHARD, Walter Reginald - D4/2/1864 - At 7 Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 4th inst., aged 20 months, Walter Reginald, son of George Blanshard, Esq..

BLAYLOCK/MELDRUM, Margaret - D8/9/1845 - At Annan, on the 8th instant, Margaret Meldrum, wife of Mr John Blaylock, hairdresser.

BLIGH, Hon. William - in WFP D21/8/1845 - At Brighton, lately, in his 70th year, the Hon. William Bligh, son of the third Earl of Darnley. Deceased married in 1806, a daughter of the third Earl of Galloway. (Sophia Stewart (d 1809) m. (21.07.1806) Hon. William Bligh (d 06.08.1845) FYI Randy)

BLOUNT/WRIGHT, Ann - D16/3/1844 - At Lochfoot on the 16th curt., Ann Wright, wife of Mr George Blount, innkeeper there.

BLOUNT/BARRY, Jane - D13/6/1844 - At Terreglestown, on the 13th ult., Jane Barry, relict of James Blount, Esq., of Midpark, parish of Dumfries, in her 82d year.

BLOUNT, John - D22/9/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 22d curt., John, son of Mr John Blount, Friars' Vennel.

BLOUNT/THREDIE, Mary - D10/4/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 10th instant, Mary Thredie, relict of Mr George Blount, saddler.

BLYTH, Francis Alexander Corson - D18/5/1847 - At David Street, Maxwelltown, on the 18th inst. aged 3 years and 8 months, Francis Alexander Corson, only son of Francis Blyth, mason, there.

BLYTH, Margaret - D11/5/1844 - At Manchester, on the 11th instant, Margaret Blyth, daughter of Mr James Blyth, late elder in Morton.

BLYTH, Marion - D20/9/1845 - At Georgetown of Craigs, on the 20th ultimo, Marion Blyth, advanced in life.

BODDEN, Robert - D13/8/1844 - At Walton Park, on the 13th inst., aged 50, Mr Robert Bodden, for 30 years a faithful servant there.

BODDON, John - in the WFP12/9/1844 - At Ringford, parish of Tongland, Mr John Boddon.

BOE, Rev, James - D6/8/1860 - At Southerness, on the 6th instant, the Rev. James Boe, minister of Dunblane.

BOLE/M’GAW, Margaret - D30/11/1891 - At Drummore, on the 30th ult., Margaret M'Gaw, wife of Samuel Bole, carrier, aged 45 years.

BOLLAND, William Proctor - D10/6/1863 - At Clifton, Somersetshire, on the 10th inst., in the 47th year of his age, William Proctor Bolland, Esq., Barrister at Law, second son of the late Sir William Bolland, Baron of the Court of Exchequer.

BONE/TELFER, Agnes - D1/3/1847 - At Halmyre, (Haimyre) near Castle Douglas, on the 1st inst., Mrs Agnes Telfer, relict of the late Mr Adam Bone, Brae, parish of Maybole.

BONE, Margaret - D17/3/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 17th inst., Margaret, youngest child of Mr John Bone.

BONE, Maggie - D27/11/1891 - At Balgowan, Kirkcolm, on the 27th ult., "Wee Maggie" daughter of Thomas and Maggie Bone:- Dearly beloved and deeply regretted.

BONN, Mary - D18/4/1891 - At Bonnyrig, Midlothian, on the 18th inst, Mary (Bonn) a native of Lochans, Stranraer, aged 71 years. Friends will please accept of this the only intimation.

BOOMER, Thomas - D2/9/1875 - At Whithorn, on the 2nd instant, Thomas B----r, aged (63) years. (BOOMER, Thomas died age 58 Whithorn as per Meg)

BOOTH, James - D3/8/1854 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, on the 3d instant, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation, James , aged 13 years, s(o)on of Mr Booth.

BOOTH, Wm. - D17/9/1867 - At Stewarton, Kirkcolm, suddenly, on the 17th inst., Mr Wm. Booth, aged 77 years.

BORLAND, Grace - D19/6/1851 - At Castle Douglas, upon the morning of the 19th ult., Grace, aged 17 years, eldest daughter of Mr John Borland, painter.

BORLAND, Mrs. James - D22/7/1845 - At Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock, on the 22d instant, Mrs Borland, aged 73, relict of Mr James Borland, vintner, Kilmarnock.

BORLAND/MacGARVA, Jean Waterstone - D7/3/1924 - At Dundas Lodge, Falkirk, on 7th inst., Jean Waterstone, widow of William MacGarva, late factor, Ardwell, Wigtownshire, and only child of the late John Borland of Glasgow and Barnard Castle. - The only intimation.

BORROWMAN, George - D13/5/1845 - At Hawick, on Tuesday week, George Borrowman, draper.

BORTHWICK/NOBLE, Isabella - D3/8/1843 - At Edinburgh, on the 3d current, Mrs Isabella Noble, relict of Mr Robert Borthwick of Orchardmains, Peeblesshire.

BOSCAWEN, George Henry - D29/8/1852 - We regret to announce the demise of the Earl of Falmouth, who expired on Sunday morning at his residence in St. James's Square, after a painful illness of more than six months duration. The late peer was for a short time in the House of Commmons, being returned for the eastern division of the county of Cornwall in July 1841: but his father dying in December the same year, he succeeded to the earldom. He is succeeded as Viscount Falmouth by the his uncle, the Hon. and Rev. John Evelyn Bonscawen, Prebendary of Canterbury, who will inherit the large family estates in Cornwall. The deceased peer was 41 years of age. (Name and date of death as per numerous websites on Google for “Earl of Falmouth”. As per Randy)

BOSWELL, Lieut-Colonel Bruce - in WFP D1/11/1855 - At 105 Princess Street, Edinburgh, on the .... Lieut-Colonel Bruce Boswell, H.K(H). I.C.S., Grange, Buckinghamshire, youngest surviving (son of the) late Wm. Boswell, Esq., advocate, and (grandson) of the late James Boswell, Esq., of Aucklinleck.

BOURBANK, Wm. - in WFP D30/5/1844 - At Gatehouse, Mr Wm. Bourbank, aged 69 years.

BOWES/BUSHBY, Mary - D2/6/1846 - At Burnbraes, Moffat, on the 2d inst., Mary Bushby, wife of Mr Henry Bowes.

BOWIE, Mrs - D26/1/1845 - At Balyett, parish of Inch, on the 26th instant, Mrs Bowie.

BOWIE, Mr. J. - D8/2/1861 - Here, at Sheuchan Street, on the 8th inst., Mr J... Bowie, late farmer in Balyett, Inch, aged 73 years.

BOWIE, John - D13/2/1845 - At Cheapside, Kilmarnock, on the 13th instant, Mr John Bowie, grocer, aged 57 years.

BOWMAN, James - D22/1/1846 - At Langholm, on the 22d inst., Mr James Bowman, manufacturer, aged 73 years.

BOYCE, Hugh - D1/3/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 1st inst., Hugh Boyce, aged 7 years.

BOYD, Alexander M’William - D28/8/1887 - Here, at 11 Saint John Street, on the 28th ult., Alexander M'William infant son of Alexander Boyd, aged 3 months.

BOYD, Edward - D27/8/1846 - At Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, on the 27th ult., Edward Boyd, Esq., of Merton Hall, County of Wigtown, in the 76th year of his age.

BOYD, George - D1/1/1843 - At Edinburgh, on the 1st inst., George Boyd, Esq., of Messrs Oliver and Boyd, publishers.

BOYD/HERON, Grace - DS9/8/1887 - At Glenhead, Leswalt, on the 9th inst., Grace Heron, wife of James Boyd, aged 29 years.

BOYD, James - D27/10/1882 - At Blucher's Reef, near Talbot, Australia, on the 27th October last, Mr James Boyd, aged 49 years - a native of Stoneykirk.

BOYD, John - D23/3/1874 - At High Barn----och, Inch, on the 23rd inst. Mr John Boyd, farmer.

BOYD/CUMMING, Mary Ellen - D5/12/1891 - Here, at 13 Charlotte Street, Stranraer on the 5th inst. Mary Ellen Cumming, wife of Alexander Boyd, tailor, aged 28 years

BOYD, William - D12/3/1845 - At Garnethill, Glasgow, on the 12th inst., Mr William Boyd, teacher.

BOYD, William Sprot - D13/8/1844 - At Surat, on the 13th August on his way to Bombay to embark for England, William Sprot Boyd, Esq., Political Commissioner for Guzerat and the Resident at Baroda, eldest son of Edward Boyd, Esq., Merton Hall, in the county of Wigtown.

BOYES/BROWB, Mary - D3/3/1844 - At Dunscore Village, on the 3d inst., Mrs Mary Brown, spouse of Mr John Boyes mason there.

BOYES-LYON, Thomas - D22/8/1846 - At the Palace of Holyrood, on the 22d ult., the Right Hon, Thomas Earl of Strathmore. (Thomas Boyes-Lyon, 11th Earl of Strathmore died on August 27, 1946 and was buried on September 1, 1846 as per

BOYLE, Agnes - D17/11/1847 - At Glasgow, on the 17th ultimo, Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr James Boyle, flesher, Stranraer, aged 28 years.

BOYLE, Margaret - D22/4/1843 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 22d ult., Margaret, daughter of Mr James Boyle, flesher, aged 15 years.

BOYLE/GRAY, Mary - D2/5/1845 - At Cranberry Moss, Kilwinning, on the 2d inst., Mrs Mary Boyle, relict of the late James Gray, Esq., manufacturer, Glasgow.

BOYLE, Robert - D1/8/1853 - At New Bridge Street, Ayr, on the 1st instant, Mr Robert Boyle, aged 76.

BOYLE, Thomas - D29/3/1863 - At Gatehouse of Fleet, on the 29th ult., Mr Thomas Boyle, jeweller, in the 32nd year of his age. - Friends at a distance will please accept of this intimation.

BRACKENRIDGE, Ann - D9/8/1852 - At Maybole, on the 9th instant, Ann, youngest daughter of Mr W. Brackenridge, merchant there.

BRADFORD/CALDWELL, Jane - D26/8/1887 - Here, at 12 Sheuchan Street, on the 26th ult., Jane Caldwell wife of John Bradford, advanced in years.

BRADSHAW, Agnes - D25/12/1855 - At 24 Higher Temple Street, Manchester, on the evening of the 25th ult., Agnes, wife of Mr James Bradshaw - after bearing a long illness with a meekness and resignation which denote the true Christian. She lived beloved and died lamented by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

BRADSHAW/MAXWELL, Maria - D30/12/1863 - At Low Glenling, parish of Mochrum, on the 30th ult., Maria Maxwell, aged 67 years, wife of Mr W. Bradshaw farmer there - Much and deeply regretted.

BRAND, Agnes - D22/8/1844 - At Mountainhall, near Dumfries, on the 22nd ult., Miss Agnes Brand, of Mountainhall.

BRAND/WALLACE, Esther - D14/7/1844 - At Hangingshaw, on the 14th current, Esther Wallace, widow of the late Mr Robert Brand, farmer there, aged 70 years.

BRAND, Infant Female - D27/4/1845 - At Annan, on the 27th ult., the infant daughter of John Brand, Esq..

BRANNY, Margaret - D20/4/1867 - At 57 Sun Street, on the 20th instant, Margaret, infant daughter of Mr Thomas Branney.

BRETT, George - D10/10/1867 - At 26 Hopetoun Place, Glasgow, on the 10th instant, Mr George Brett.

BRIDGES/GRIERSON, Agnes - D6/1/1853 - At Castle Douglas, on the 6th inst., Agnes Bridges spouse of Mr John Grierson, Torrs of Kelton.

BROADFOOT, Mrs - D15/2/1844 - At Whithorn, on the 15th inst., Mrs Broadfoot, aged 92 years.

BROADFOOT, Andrew - D13/1/1871 - At Balcary, parish of Whithorn, on the 13th inst., after a protracted illness, Mr Andrew Broadfoot, aged 72 years.

BROADFOOT, Anne - D6/11/1844 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 6th instant, Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Broadfoot, innkeeper there.

BROADFOOT, Charlotte Rice - D9/9/1875 - Suddenly, at 24 Fisher Street, on the 9th instant, Charlotte Rice, youngest daughter of Mr John Broadfoot, late l--dger, Lochinch.

BROADFOOT, Mrs David - D19/3/1846 - At Whithorn, on the 19th ult., aged 72 years, Mrs Broadfoot, relict of Mr David Broadfoot, of Balsier.

BROADFOOT/GLADSTONE, Eliza - D3/1/1845 - At Liverpool, on the 3d inst., Mrs Eliza Broadfoot, spouse to ----- Gladstone, Esq., wine and spirit merchant.

BROADFOOT, George - D8/1/1845 - At High Balcray, on the 8th inst., after a short illness, and in full possession of his mental faculties to the last, Mr George Broadfoot, farmer there, aged 93.

BROADFOOT, James - D30/9/1845 - At Wigtown, on the 30th ult., Mr James Broadfoot, aged 65, for a long time captain of the "Mercury", one of the Whitehaven and Glasgow traders.

BROADFOOT/KELLY, Jane - D6/3/1878 - At the residence of her son, John Broadfoot, 28 William Moult Street, Liverpool, on the 6th inst., Jane Kelly, relict of the late John Broadfoot, Isle of Whithorn, aged 87 years.

BROADFOOT, John - D4/3/1843 - At Wigtown, on the 4th inst., John Broadfoot, infant son of James Broadfoot, labourer.

BROADFOOT, John - D7/3/1846 - At Drumskeog, Mochrum, on the 7th instant, Mr John Broadfoot, farmer there, aged 34 years - much and justly regretted.

BROADFOOT, John - D30/11/1852 - Near Melbourne, Australia, on the 30th November last, Mr John Broadfoot, youngest son of Mr Andrew Broadfoot, late farmer in Low Creoch, Gatehouse-of-Fleet, aged 36. Friends are requested to accept of this intimation.

BROADFOOT, Captain John - D14/4/1867 - At Laurel Bank, Gatehouse-of-Fleet, on the morning of Sabbath the 14th inst., awfully sudden, of heart disease, Captain John Broadfoot, in the 58th year of his age, - formerly of Liverpool and Manchester, but a native of Gatehouse-of-Fleet.

BROADFOOT, John - D15/9/1867 - At Outon, Whithorn, on the 15th instant, Mr John Broadfoot, farmer there.

BROADFOOT/CARNOCHAN, Margaret - D1/8/1844 - At the Township of Tuckersmith, Huron Track, Canada West, on the 1st ult., Mrs Margaret Carnochan, wife of Mr Alex. Broadfoot - much and justly regretted by her family and friends. She was second daughter of Mr Samuel Carnochan, formerly of Little Barlay, near Gatehouse.

BROADFOOT/NEILSON, Marion - D18/11/1845 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 18th inst., very suddenly, Marion Neilson, spouse of Mr Peter Broadfoot, blacksmith.

BROADFOOT/WHITE, Mary - D30/10/1846 - At Kirkconnel Mains, Troqueer, on the 26th ult., Mr James White, wood-forester there, aged 53 years; and, on the 30th ult., Mary Broadfoot, his wife aged 55 . Mr White attended church on the Friday preceding his death; and his wife was so much affected by his unexpected departure, that in four days afterwards she died of grief.

BROADFOOT, Captain Robert - D5/8/1843 - At China, on the 5th August last, very much respected, and sincerely regretted by everyone who knew him, Captain Robert Broadfoot, of the ship "Davenport" of Liverpool and youngest son of the late John Broadfoot, Esq., Gatehouse-of Fleet.

BROADFOOT, William - D2/3/1843 - At Rhonehouse, on the 2d inst., Mr William Broadfoot, shoemaker, aged 76.

BROADFOOT, William - D30/8/1845 - At Wallacetown, Glencairn, on the 30th ultimo, Mr William Broadfoot, farmer there, highly respected.

BROADFOOT, William - D14/11/1865 - Killed at sea, on the 14th Nov. last, by a fall from the mizen yard of the ship "Camonia" of Liverpool (bound) for Valparaiso, Mr William Broadfoot, one of the (officers). Deceased was a native of the Isle of Whithorn, and was a (son) of the late Captain William Broadfoot, the well known and highly respected commander of the "Countess of Galloway".

BROATCH, Mary - D8/9/1842 - At Buenos Ayres, South America, on the 8th Sept. after a lingering illness, Mary, third daughter of the late Mr John Broatch, formerly farmer in Riggfoot, Kirkmahoe.

BROATCH, Wm. - D29/8/1845 - At Dunscore Kirk, on the 29th ult., Mr Wm. Broatch, son of Mr Broatch, innkeeper there.

BRODIE, Agnes - D19/1/1878 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 19th inst., Agnes, eldest daughter of Capt. Andrew Brodie, aged 21 years, much and deservedly regretted.

BRODIE, Caroline - D28/12/1891 - At the Grange, Kirkcudbright, on the 28th inst., Cath........ Manners, infant daughter of David Brodie, gardener. (Caroline Manners BRODIE as per Meg)

BRODIE/M’DONALD, Maggie - D23/12/1891 - At the Grange Kirkcudbright, on the 23rd inst. Maggie M'Donald, wife of D. Brodie, gardener aged 29 years, much loved and deeply mourned.

BRODIE, William - D9/5/1845 - At Moffat, on the 9th inst., William Brodie, aged 63 years.

BROKE, Capt. Charles Acton - D7/9/1855 - At Barn Street, Ayr on the 7th inst., in the 37th year of his age Capt. Charles Acton Broke of the Royal Engineers, third son of the late Admiral Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, Bart,. K.C.B. of Broke Hall near Ipswich in the county of Suffolk.

BROOM/JOHNS(???), Jean - D25/1/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 25th ult., Mrs Jean Johns(??) relict of the late Mr Joseph Broom, sometime merchant.

BROOM, Jean - D8/5/1845 - At Sanquhar, on the 8th inst., suddenly, Jean, daughter of the late William Broom, Esq..

BROUGH, Robert - D28/5/1852 - At Galashiels, on the 28th ultimo, suddenly, Mr Robert Brough, paviour, Stranraer.

BROUGHAM, Jas. - D9/9/1845 - At Harrowgate, on the 9th inst., Jas. Brougham, Esq., of Stobars House, Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland, in his 71st year.

BROUN, Sir James - D30/11/1844 - At Moffat, on the 30th ult., at an advanced age, the Honourable Sir James Broun, Bart., of Colstoun.

BROUN, Robert Anderson - D17/10/1847 - At Cree Bridge, on the 17th ult., Robert A. Broun, third son of the late Mr William Broun, jun., Newton-Stewart. (Robert Anderson Brown born around 1830 to William Brown and Mary Anderson at Penninghame, Wigtown as per the IGI)

BROUN, William - D2/5/1843 - At Cauldholm, in the parish of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, on the 2d curt, William Broun, in the 23d year of his age.

BROWN, Mrs - D7/9/1844 - At North Park, Kirkcolm, on the 7th inst., Mrs Brown.

BROWN, Still-born Male - B1/9/1845 - At King Street, Kilmarnock, on the 1st curt., the wife of Mr James Brown, merchant of twins, - a son and daughter - son, still born.

BROWN/M’GOWN, Agnes - D2/3/1843 - At Pennymuir, parish of Borgue, on the 2d inst., aged 52 years, Mrs Agnes Brown, spouse of Mr John M'Gown - much respected.

BROWN/M'GAW, Agnes - D4/10/1867 - At Cardrain, Kirkmaiden, on the 4th instant, Agnes Brown, aged 68 years, relict of Mr M'Gaw, farmer, Truffhill.

BROWN, Alex. - D10/2/1843 - At Holmfirth, near Huddersfield, on the 10th inst., aged 43, after a short illness, Mr Alex. Brown, draper and tea-dealer, who was much respected.

BROWN, Alex. - D22/9/1844 - At Charlotte Town, Prince Edward's Island, North America, on the 22d September, Mr Alex. Brown, a native of Applegarth. He was master of the Central Academy, Charlotte Town, for upwards of 22 years.

BROWN, Alexander - D21/1/1878 - At Creebridge, on the 21st inst., Alexander Brown, aged 56 years.

BROWN/HANNAH, Ann - D6/1/1884 - At Barrachan Village, on the 6th inst. Ann Hannah, wife of John Brown.

BROWN, Ann Alison - D5/8/1854 - At Shield, Kells, on the 5th inst., Anne Alison, daughter of Mr O. Brown, aged 1 years and 10 months.

BROWN, Anne - D1/3/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 1st inst., Mrs Anne Brown, relict of Alex Brown, Esq., Drumshangon.

BROWN, Archibald - D15/8/1844 - At Lochmaben, on the 15th instant, Archibald Brown, aged 60 years, well known as "Lang Archie the Lochmaben jailor." His remains were interred on Saturday week, with masonic honours.

BROWN/SCOTT, Catherine - D6/1/1863 - At 23, Rutland Street, Edinburgh, on the 6th instant, Catherine Scott, wife of John Brown M.D..

BROWN/GOOD, Catherine - D20/2/1874 - At Cheetham Hill, Manchester, on the 20th instant, Miss Catherine Good, the beloved wife of Richard Brown, Esq..

BROWN, Charles - D13/3/1844 - Here, on the 13th inst., Mr Charles Brown, watchmaker, aged 46 years.

BROWN, David - D29/8/1845 - At Wigan, Lancashire, on the 29th ultimo, Mr David Brown, grocer, aged 77 years. He was universally esteemed as an honest and upright man and a Christian. Craigencallie, in Minnygaff parish, Kircudbrightshire was his birth-place, and well did he love to talk about the wrestling Jacobs who lived in that parish and its neighbourhood in the days of his youth among whom were the late venerable James Reid, the Cameronian minister in that district for nearly fifty years; the late Robert Murray, shepherd in Kitterick, and his wife, Mary Cochrane, with their son, the late Dr. Alexander Murray; Samuel Brown, minister of Kirkmabreck; the late Professor Dr. Thomas Brown's father, and others. The deceased married his cousin, Nicholas Brown, of Airiland, in Kelton parish (Alexander Brown, her father and Margaret Mathieson, her mother, died at the Old Clachan farm in Girthon, still held by her two brothers), who died in 1836 , aged 65 years. They brought up a large family of sons and daughters and grandchildren, some of whom are still living in Wigan. According to the deceased's wish, he was buried in the Scotch fashion, in the same grave with his wife and some of his family at the Scotch Free Kirk, Wigan. He was a Baptist by religious profession; and from principle he rejoiced in the progress and prosperity of the Free church of Scotland, but considered the saints as his beloved brethren and sisters in Christ, amongst whatever denomination of professed Christianity such characters are to be found.

BROWN, David - D20/12/1852 - Here, on the 20th inst., Mr David Brown, flesher aged 59 years. The deceased for many years carried on an extensive business as a cattle and graindealer, and was much respected in the district.

BROWN, Elizabeth - D19/4/1844 - At Nithbank, Dumfries, on the 19th instant, in the prime of life, Elizabeth, daughter of John Brown, formerly of Corrielaw, much regretted by her relatives and friends, for her amiable disposition and superior abilities.

BROWN, Elizabeth - D18/10/1844 - At Hitchill, on the 18th instant, Mrs Elizabeth Brown, at an advanced age - much regretted.

BROWN, Elizabeth - D18/1/1861 - At Wigtown, on the 18th inst., after a lingering illness, Elizabeth Brown, aged 30.

BROWN/DALGLEISH, Grizel - D4/1/1845 - At Langholm, on the 4th inst., Grizel Dalgleish, relict of Mr James Brown, farmer, Carlesgill, parish of Westerkirk, aged 80 years.

BROWN/ERSKINE, Hannah - D19/1/1878 - At Burnside Cottage, Glasserton, on the 19th inst., Hannah Erskine, wife of Thomas Brown, in the 70th year of her age.

BROWN, Isabella - D5/1/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 5th inst., aged 61 years, Isabella Brown, sister-in-law of the late Thomas Wells, innkeeper, King Street, and daughter of the late William Brown, farmer, Ironhirst, Mousewald.

BROWN, James - D5/4/1843 - At 104, Lower Thames Street, London, on Wednesday the 5th inst., James Brown, Esq..

BROWN, James - D10/3/1844 - At Sanquhar, on the 10th inst., in his 3d year, James, son of Wm. Brown, flesher there.

BROWN, James - D20/4/1844 - At New Cumnock, on the 20th ult., James Brown, merchant, aged 68 years.

BROWN, James - D17/10/1844 - At Maxwelltown, on the 17th ult., Mr James Brown, dyer - highly respected.

BROWN, James - D11/4/1850 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the 11th instant, aged 18 years, James, eldest son of Mr Alex. Brown.

BROWN, Colour-Sergeant James - D15/4/1863 - At Whithorn, on the 15th inst., Colour-Sergeant James Brown, eldest son of Mr Samuel Brown, grocer aged 37 years. Deceased served in the 24th Regiment for a period of 18 years in India, where he had a severe attack of fever and ague, from the effect of which he never fully recovered. (James was 37 and he died on the 16th, not the 15th. There was no wife, he was single, as per Meg)

BROWN, James - D5/7/1878 - At Port Logan, on the 5th inst. Mr James Brown, fisherman and chief officer of life-boat, there, aged 63 years.

BROWN, James - D6/7/1878 - At Currie House, Borthwick, on the 6th inst., James Brown, Esq., of Currie. - Friends will please accept this intimation.

BROWN, James - D20/7/1878 - At Ardwell, Kirkcolm, on the 20th ult., Mr James Brown, aged 74 years.

BROWN/HENRY, Jane - D3/3/1843 - At Argrennan, Tongland, on the 3d inst., in her 86th year, Jane Henry, relict of William Brown, late farmer in Argrennan.

BROWN, Jane - D2/11/1844 - At Troon, on the 2d inst., Jane, aged 9 years, daughter of Mr William Brown, Troon.

BROWN, Jane - D12/11/1844 - At Longtown, on the 12th inst., Mrs Jane Brown, widow, aged 84, and on the 10th Mr James Bell, aged 30 years.

BROWN/HUTCHESON, Jane - D1/6/1852 - At Maybole, on the 1st instant, Jane Hutchison, wife of William Brown, Esq., banker there.

BROWN, Jane Sloane - D16/3/1863 - At Garrarie, Portwilliam, on the 16th ult., Jane Sloane Brown, eldest daughter of William Brown, Esq..

BROWN/HENRY, Janet - D4/1/1845 - At Corseyard, Borgue, on the 4th inst., aged 85 (83) Mrs Janet Henry, relict of Mr Samuel Brown, late farmer in Barmagachin - much respected.

BROWN/GILMOUR, Janet - D16/1/1855 - At Newton Stewart on the (16th) curt. Janet (Gilmour) relict of the late Mr William (Brown) grocer, aged 7(-) years.

BROWN/CARNOCHAN, Janet - D13/1/1871 - At Ardwell, Kirkcolm, on the 13th inst., Janet Carnochan, wife of Mr James Brown. - Deeply regretted.

BROWN, Janet - D9/7/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 9th inst., Janet Brown.

BROWN/M'CRAE, Jean - D24/12/1852 - Here, at Sun Street, on the 24th instant, Jean M'Crae, wife of John Brown, Sheriff-officer.

BROWN, John - D1/2/1843 - At Foreland, Ballantrae, on the 1st inst., Mr John Brown.

BROWN, John - D12/11/1844 - At Catrine, on the 12th inst., Mr John Brown, merchant, in the 79th year of his age.

BROWN, John - D27/10/1845 - At 8, Castle Street, Edinburgh, on the 27th ult., John Brown, Esq., writer, Ayr, Town Clerk of Newton, and Clerk to the Ayr Merchants' Company.

BROWN, John - D4/11/1846 - At North Park, Kirkcolm, on the 4th instant, John, aged 17 years, son of Mr John Brown, farmer.

BROWN, Lucy - D29/8/1843 - At Kenmore head, Dunscore, on the 29th ult., Miss Lucy Brown, dress-maker, aged 38 years - deeply regretted.

BROWN, Mrs. M. - D28/12/1844 - At Ayr, on the 28th ult., Mrs Brown, relict of Mr M. Brown, farmer, Craigiemains, aged 84.

BROWN/ARBUCKLE, Margaret - D18/4/1843 - At Milton parish of Inch, on the 18th inst., aged 40, Margaret Arbuckle, spouse of William Brown, tenter, cotton factory, after a severe and protracted illness.

BROWN/COWAN, Margaret - D22/4/1843 - At Crofthead, parish of Cannobie (Cannonbie?), on the 22d ult., Margaret Brown, wife of Mr Mathew Cowan, slater, aged 63 years.

BROWN/COWAN, Margaret - D22/4/1843 - At Crofthead, parish of Canno(n?)bie, on the 22nd instant, Margaret Brown, wife of Mr Mathew Cowan, slater, aged 63 years.

BROWN/WEDDERBURN, Margaret - D14/2/1845 - At Rosebank, on the 14th inst., Lady Wedderburn, wife of Sir David Wedderburn, Bart.

BROWN/HANNING, Margaret - D28/7/1845 - On the 28th ult., Margaret Hanning, advanced in years, wife of Mr John Brown, late farmer in Bernyhill, parish of Kirkowsald.

BROWN/YOUNG, Margaret - D23/9/1845 - At Lochlea, by Sanquhar, on the 23d ultimo, in the 33d year of her age, Margaret Brown, spouse of James Young.

BROWN, Margaret - D1/7/1850 - At Argrennan, Tongland, on the 1st instant, Margaret Brown, relict of the late Mr Robert Brown, farmer there, aged 71 years.

BROWN/NEIL, Margaret - D10/5/1871 - At Knockstocks Cottage, Newton-Stewart, on the 10th inst., Margaret Brown, wife of Mr Charles Neil.

BROWN/JEFFREY, Marion - D28/9/1846 - At Lantine House, on the 28th ult., after a short illness, Marion Jeffrey, lady of Thomas Brown, Esq., of Waterhaughs, aged 70 years.

BROWN/BOYES, Mary - D3/3/1844 - At Dunscore Village, on the 3d inst., Mrs Mary Brown, spouse of Mr John Boyes mason there.

BROWN/SPROAT, Mary - D17/6/1844 - At Graplin, Borgue,on the 17th instant, aged 77, Mrs Mary Sproat, widow of Mr Samuel Brown, highly respected, and much regretted by her family and friends.

BROWN/M'MYN, Mary - D25/10/1845 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 25th ult., in her 67th year, very much regretted, Mary Brown, wife of Mr William M'Myn, residing there.

BROWN, Mary - D30/11/1845 - At Chapelton village, Borgue, on the 30th ult., after a lingering illness, Miss Mary Brown, aged 54 years, eldest daughter of the late Mr Samuel Brown - much respected.

BROWN/M’CULLOCH, Mary - D15/12/1877 - At Cardryne, Croft, on the 15th ult., Mary M'Culloch, aged 87 years - wife of Mr Robert Brown, mason.

BROWN, Matilda - D15/11/1845 - At Old Bridge Street, Maxwelltown, on the morning of Saturday last, after a lingering illness, Matilda Brown - advanced in years.

BROWN/MARTIN, Mrs. Nicholas - D26/7/1854 - At Fleet Street, Gatehouse, on the 26th ultimo, Mrs Nicholas Brown, aged 79 years, relict of the late Mr Thomas Martin, farmer, Boreland of Girthon.

BROWN, Peter - D6/3/1844 - At Maxwelltown, on the 6th curt, aged 22 years, the wife of Mr Peter Brown, shoemaker, Dumfries.

BROWN, Robert - D31/12/1842 - At Minnihive, on the 31st ult., Mr Robert Brown, late of Dalmellington, aged 85.

BROWN, Robert - D10/7/1845 - At Stewarton, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 10th inst., Mr Robert Brown.

BROWN, Robt. - D22/12/1845 - At Gelston, on the 22nd ult., aged 85. Mr Robt. Brown, the last of the original feuars in Gelston.

BROWN, Rev. Robert - D18/7/1847 - At the United Presbyterian Manse, Cumnock, on the 18th ultimo, the Rev.Robert Brown, aged 52.

BROWN, Robert - D15/1/1855 - At Barrhill, on the 15th ultimo, after a lingering illness borne with Christian patience and resignation, Robert, only son of Mr Wm. Brown, innkeeper, aged 23 years.

BROWN, Robt. - D12/2/1887 - Here, at 47 Agnew Crescent, on the 12th inst., Robt. Brown blacksmith, aged 32 years.

BROWN/THOMSON, Sarah - D13/1/1845 - At Lochdoucan, parish of Kelton, on the 13th inst., Mrs Sarah Thomson, aged 88 years, widow of the late Mr W. Brown, farmer there.

BROWN, Scott - D19/2/1878 - Here, at 72 George Street, on the 19th inst., Scott Brown, youngest son of Wm. Brown, draper, aged 13 1/2 months.

BROWN, Thomas - D7/9/1843 - At Craigbill, parish of Troqueer, on the 7th inst., Mr Thomas Brown, aged 35 years, son of Mr John Brown, farmer there, - much and deeply regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.

BROWN, Thomas - D25/8/1845 - At Currah, parish of Girvan, on the 25th ultimo, Mr Thomas Brown, farmer, there.

BROWN, Mr. W. - D20/8/1845 - At Templehill, Troon, on the 20th inst., Mr W. Brown, shipowner.

BROWN, Wm - in WFP D20/4/1843 - At Glenzerhead, parish of Cannobie, Mr Wm. Brown, farmer.

BROWN, William - D11/10/1843 - At Ayr, on the 11th inst., suddenly, Mr William Brown, of the Robert Burns Tavern, Wallacetown, formerly of Maybole, aged 60 years. He was cousin to the poet Burns, and had endeared himself to a numerous circle of friends.

BROWN, William - D3/12/1846 - At Langholm, on the 3d instant, Mr William Brown, late of Milntown, aged 89 years.

BROWN, Wm. - D19/12/1846 - At Borgue Village, on the 19th inst., aged 77, Mr Wm. Brown, formerly of Boreland of Anwoth, and latterly of Barncrosh, in Tongland.

BROWN, Wm. - D5/3/1847 - At Kildonnan Hill, on the 5th inst., Wm. Brown, aged 93 years.

BROWN, William - D3/4/1878 - At Liverpool, on the 3rd inst., William, youngest son of the late Samuel Brown, Whithorn, aged 33 years.

BROWNE, William Alexander Francis - D12/1/1846 - At The Crichton Institution, Dumfries, on the 12th inst., William Alexander Francis Browne, the eldest son of Dr. Browne.

BRUCE, Miss - D17/10/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 17th inst., Miss Bruce, dressmaker, aged 68.

BRUCE, Mrs - D12/9/1867 - At Prestwick, on the 12th instant, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs Bruce of Kilmarnock.

BRUCE, Vice-Admiral Sir Edward - D26/12/1843 - At the Admiralty House, Sheerness, on the 26th ult., Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Bruce, K.C.B., commander-in-Chief of the Nore, in his 75th year.

BRUCE/CUMMING, Eliza - D3/12/1891 - Here, at 4 Clifton Terrace, London Road, Stranraer on the 3rd inst. Eliza Bruce, relict of Captain William Cumming, Deeply regretted.

BRUCE, James - D8/5/1870 - At Slogarie, Kirkcudbrightshire, on the 8th inst., James Bruce, Esq., of Auchengood. Friends will please accept of this intimation.

BR(U)CE/NELSON, Jean - D21/3/1843 - At Wigtown, on the 21st, Jean Br(u)ce, relict of the late Andrew Nelson, spirit-dealer, aged 63 years.

BRUCE, John - D--/2/1875 - At Drumflower, Glenluce, on the (--)th inst., Mr John Bruce, in the 96th year of his age.

BRUCE (DUNCE), John - D(9)/2/1875 - At C(rouse) Kirkinner, on the (9)th inst., Mr John Bruce, (Dunce).

BRUCE, Mary - D13/1/1847 - At York, on the 13th inst., after a long and painfull illness, aged 68, Mrs Mary Bruce, relict of the late Will(iam) Bruce, farmer, Wigtown, Galloway.

BRUNTON, David - D25/3/1843 - At Campbelton, Argyleshire, on the morning of the 25th ult., Mr David Brunton, of the Excise, there, in the 37th year of his age, son of the late Mr Wm. Brunton, Tinwald cottage. (Inserted April 13, 1843)

BRUNTON, David - D25/7/1843 - At Campbeltown, Argyleshire, on the 25th ult., Mr David Brunton, office of excise, son of the late Mr Wm. Brunton, Tinwald cottage. (Inserted Aug 17, 1843)

BRUNTON, William - D26/10/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 26th ult., William, third son of the late Mr William Brunton, Tinwald Cottage, aged 25 years.

BRYCE, Geo. - D7/2/1846 - At Manchester, on the 7th inst., aged 65 years, Mr Geo Bryce, who had resided there since 1802 - a native of Gatehouse - much respected.

BRYCE, Captain George - D10/10/1855 - At Garlieston, on the 10th current, Captain George Bryce - universally respected, and deeply regretted by an extensive circle of relatives and acquaintances.

BRYCE, Helen - D12/3/1845 - At Boatgreen, Gatehouse, on the 12th inst., Helen, aged 24 years, daughter of Wm. Bryce, mariner there - much regretted.

BRYCE, Rev. James C. - D26/11/1869 - At the Manse of Dalton, Dumfriesshire, on the 26th ultimo, the Rev. James C. Bryce, minister of the parish, aged 33 years.

BRYCE, Jane - D14/7/1846 - At Kirkcudbright on the 14th inst., Jane Bryce, relict of the late Mr Thomas Bryce, mariner, at the advanced age of 83 years.

BRYCE/PAYNE, Jane - D11/1/1871 - At High Borland, Kirkcudbright, on the 11th instant, Jane Bryce, widow of Mr John Payne, joiner there, advanced in years.

BRYCE, John - D20/1/1847 - At Ringford, Tongland, on Wednesday week, (after) a short illness, Mr John Bryce, weaver, aged 90.

BRYCE, Captain William - D29/10/1854 - At Irvine, on the 29th ult., while in harbour there, aged 59 years, Captain William Bryce of the "Armanila", well known in the coasting trade, and belonging to Gatehouse-of-Fleet, where his funeral took place on the 4th inst., friends will please accept of this intimation.

BRYDE, Alex - D28/3/1843 - At Barr of Mochrum, on the 28th inst., Alex Bryde, in the 43rd year of his age.

BRYDEN/JENKINS, Agnes - D14/3/1876 - Here, at 1 Parklane, on the 14th inst., Agnes Jenkins, aged 27 years, wife of Mr John Bryden, joiner.

BRYDEN, John Hannah - D15/4/1846 - At Dumfries, on the 15th inst., John Hannah, eldest son of the late John Bryden, Esq., wine merchant.

BRYDEN, Robert - D23/7/1843 - At Whitesands, Dumfries, on the 23d inst., aged fourteen months, Robert, youngest son of Mr William Bryden.

BRYDEN, Samuel - D21/1/1843 - At Maxwelltown, on the 21st ult., Mr Samuel Bryden, schoolmaster, Terregles, aged 80 years.

BRYDEN, William - D19/10/1844 - At Sands, Dumfries, on the 19th instant, Mr William Bryden, after a long illness - much regretted.

BRYDON/WYLLIE, Elizabeth - D5/4/1844 - At Whitehill, Cumnock, on the 5th inst., Elizabeth Brydon, relict of Mr Charles Wyllie, farmer, at an advanced age.

BRYDSON/M'KINNELL, Janet - D11/5/1847 - At Dalbeattie, on the 11th inst., aged 50 years, Janet Brydson, wife of Mr Robert McKinnell, tailor there.

BRYDON, Rev. Robert - D27/8/1860 - At the Free Manse of Dunscore, on the 27th ult., the Rev. Robert Brydon, D.D. in the 68th year of his age.

BRYDONE/VEITCH, Ann - D5/6/1844 - At Green Bank, Selkirk, on the 5th inst., after a long and very severe illness, Ann Veitch, wife of Wm Brydone, Esq., Paymaster and Purser, R.N..

BRYDONE/PORTEOUS, Anna Stuart - D7/11/1844 - At Nith Place, Dumfries, on the 7th inst., Anna Stuart Brydone, relict of Mr Robert Porteous, Supervisor of Excise, Castle-Douglas.

BRYDONE/ELLIOT, Mary - D21/7/1853 - On the 21st ultimo, at Nervi, near Genoa, the Countess of Minto, aged 67. (Mary Brydone wife of Gilbert Elliot the 2nd Earl Of Minto as per

BRYMER, William Thomas Parr - Archdeacon Of Bath - in WFP D2/9/1852 - We have to record the death of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Bath, which melancholy event occurred at the Rectory of Charlton in Somerset on Thursday afternoon.

BUCHANAN, ????? - D11/2/1855 - At Waulk Mill, parish of Leswalt, on the 11th instant, Mr ----------Buchanan, farmer.

BUCHANAN/YOUNG, Agnes - D16/3/1843 - Here, at George's Street, on the 16th inst., Agnes Buchanan, wife of Mr Alex.Young, bootmaker, aged 26 years - deeply regretted by all who knew her.

BUCHANAN, Agnes - D2/6/1843 - At Minnyhive, on the 2d curt., Agnes infant daughter of Mr Wm. Buchanan.

BUCHANAN/SHENNAN, Mrs Alexander - D24/5/1846 - At 2, Norfolk Court, Norfolk Street, Laurieston, Glasgow, on the 24th inst., Mrs Alexander Shennan, daughter of Mr William Buchanan, Stranraer. (Most probably Helen Buchanan from a marriage to an Alexander Shannon or Shannan on Apr 29, 1834 in Glasgow as per IGI)

BUCHANAN/BENDALL, Mrs David - D25/9/1847 - At Dumfries, on the 26th ult., the wife of James Bendall, merchant; and at Greenock, on the preceding day, Mrs David Buchanan, their daughter.

BUCHANAN, Captain Duncan - D20/10/1855 - At No 41 Milville, Street, Edinburgh, upon the 20th inst., Captain Duncan Buchanan, Airlour, Monreith, late of the Honourable East India Companies Service, aged 50 years. Friends will please accept of this intimation.

BUCHANAN, John W. - D6/2/1846 - At Goulburn, New South Wales, on the 6th of February, Mr John W. Buchanan, son of John Buchanan, Esq., Mount Park, Greenock.

BUCHANAN/SMITH, Mary - D19/3/1845 - At St. Johnstone, Dalry, on the 19th inst., Mary Smith, aged 80, relict of James Buchanan, teacher of the Grammar School there for 52 years - much respected by all who knew her.

BUCKART/CAIRD, Anna Maria - D8/1/1878 - At Abbet Bank, Newabbey, on the 8th inst, Anna Maria Buckart, wife of Andrew Caird, Esq..

BUCKINGHAM, James Silk - D30/6/1855 - At London, on the 30th ult., James Silk Buckingham, Esq., formerly M.P. for Sheffield, in the 69th year of his age.

BUDGE/STEWART, Isabella - D6/11/1845 - At Langholm, on the 6th inst, Isabella Budge, relict of James Stewart, advanced in years.

BUGGY, Kevin T. - D18/8/1843 - On the18th inst,. after a short illness, T.K. Buggy, Esq.,Editor of the "Belfast Vindicator". (The Vindicator was a Catholic periodical published from 1839-1844 and was said to be discontinued in early 1844, but an edition of it is quoted for Feb 22, 1845 on the RootsWeb site)

BUISS, Rev. John - D8/12/1845 - At the Manse of Tannadice, on the 8th inst., the Rev. John Buiss, minister of the parish, in the 92d year of his age, and 49th of his incumbency.

BUNTIN, Morris - D1/1/1871 - At Cowend, Portpatrick, on the 1st inst., Mr Morris Buntin, farmer there, aged 82 years, - friends will please accept this intimation.

BURBIE, Hugh - D28/3/1847 - At the house of his brother, Liverpool, on the 28th ultimo, Hugh Burbie aged 28, youngest son of James Burbie, Girthonkirk, by Gatehouse.

BURDETT, Lady Sophia - D13/1/1844 - At St. James's Palace, London, on the 13th inst., Lady Burdett. (Lady Sophia Burdett, wife of Sir Francis Burdett (married 1793) and daughter of Thomas Coutts and Susan Starkie as per

BURGESS/SHARP, Ann - D22/7/1844 - At Glasgow Street, Maxwelltown, on the 22d ult., Ann Sharp, wife of Mr William Burgess, writer.

BURGESS, William - D5/3/1844 - At Holm, parish of Holywood, on the 5th curt, Mr William Burgess, farmer.

BURGOYNE/M’CUTCHEON, Elizabeth - D27/12/1882 - At Wigtown, on the 27th ult., Elizabeth M'Cutcheon, wife of William Burgoyne, aged 68 years.

BURNET, James - D2/8/1852 - On the 2d instant, at Castle-Douglas, whither he had gone on business, James Burnet, Esq., of North Quintenespie, aged 76 years - much regretted.

BURNET, John - D24/2/1852 - At North Quintinespie, Balmaghie, on the 24th ult., John Burnet, third son of James Burnet, esq., of North Quintinespie, aged 44 years.

BURNET, Peter - in WFP D21/8/1845 - At Slathy, near Aberdeen, aged 88, Mr Peter Burnet, late gardener at Castle Kennedy.

BURNET, William - D13/4/1843 - At Kirkmichael School-house, on the 13th inst., Mr William Burnet, in the 60th year of his age. He had been 28 years schoolmaster of Kirkmichael; and during that long period he discharged the duties of his laborious and responsible office with an assiduity and success which procured him the gratitude and respect of his pupils and parishioners.

BURNET, William - D12/10/1855 - At Lawrieston, parish of Balmaghie, on the 12th curt. William Burnet, second son of the late James Burnet, esq., of North Quintinespie.

BURNETT/FORBES, Catherine - D14/1/1853 - At Banchory Lodge, on the 14th instant, Mrs Catherine Forbes, in the 94th year of her age, widow of Alexander Forbes, Esq., of Schivas, and only daughter of Sir Thomas Burnett, sixth Baronet of Leys.

BURNETT, Jean - D18/5/1844 - At Melrose, on the 18th May, at a very advanced age, Jean Burnett. She entered the service of the late Mrs Gardiner, in the year 1771, and on her marriage, continued till her mistress's death, 11 years ago, when she passed into the service of her son, Alex. W. Gardiner, Esq., of Melrose, where she continued till her own death as above - thus completing, with undeviating integrity and industry, a service in the same family, without ever having left it, of no less a period than seventy-three years - a period which, it is believed, has few parallels in Scotland.

BURNETT, Thomas - D1/12/1854 - At Kepplestone, near Aberdeen, on the 1st instant, Thomas Burnett, Esq., advocate, for many years purse-bearer to the High Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

BURNIE/GILCHRIST, Agnes - D6/11/1844 - At Robiewhat, parish of Mousewald, on the 6th inst., at an advanced age, Agnes Burnie, relict of the late Mr Charles Gilchrist, Blawplain, of Closeburn.

BURNIE/DALZIEL, Jane - D4/5/1846 - At Glencairn Kirk, on the 4th inst., Jane Burnie, wife of Mr John Dalziel, after long affliction, borne with Christian resignation, aged 31 years.

BURNIE/THOMSON, Grace - D18/7/1843 - At Ecclefechan, on the 18th inst., Grace Thomson, widow of the deceased David Burnie, late farmer in Heathhall, aged 56.

BURNS/TANNAHILL, Helen - in WFP D16/2/1843 - At Fulton, Itawamba, Mississippi, Helen Burns, wife of Mr William Tannahill, formerly of the Public Works, Portpatrick, in the 60th year of her age.

BURNS/AFFLECK, Margaret - D4/6/1845 - At Waulk-mill, Kildonnan, parish of Colmonell, on the 4th inst., Margaret Affleck, relict of Francis Burns, late of the Grapes Inn, Barrhill.

BURNS, Mary - D13/11/1844 - At Gravesend, on the 13th inst., very unexpectedly, and after a short illness, Mary, wife of Major James Glencairn Burns, late of the H.E.I.S..

BURNS, Nicholas - D2/12/1883 - At Glenluce, on the 2nd inst, Nicholas Burns advanced in years.

BURY, John James - D20/1/1864 - At Exeter, on the 20th inst., aged 36 years, and three months, the Hon. John James Bury, late Captain Royal Engineers, second son of the second Earl or Charleville.

BUSHBY, Eliza - D10/11/1854 - At 13th Torpichen Street, Edinburgh, on the 10th, aged 76, Eliza Bushby, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Bushby, Esq., Collector of Customs, Kirkcudbright.

BUSHBY/BOWES, Mary - D2/6/1846 - At Burnbraes, Moffat, on the 2d inst., Mary Bushby, wife of Mr Henry Bowes.

BUTLER, Captain Charles - D18/12/1854 - At Bombay, on the 1(8) th December last, Captain Charles Butler, 86th Regiment commanding the Military Sanitary Station at P----------------r, brother of the (late) Captain Butler who fell at S---------s and Inkermann. (Charles George (1823 at Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim, Ireland -Dec 18, 1854) and Henry Thomas Butler (November 18, 1812 at Castle Inch, Kikenny, Kilkenny, Ireland - 1854 Inkerman) were born to Henry Edward Butler and Jane Gowan as per the IGI)

BUTTERS, Thomas - D7/1/1843 - At Dalbeattie, on the 7th inst., Mr Thomas Butters, carrier, aged 84 years.

BUTTERWORTH, William - D17/2/1866 - At Fisher Street, on the 17th instant, Mr William Butterworth, photographer.

BUYERS, Robert - D20/4/1867 - At 3 Sheuchan Street, on the 20th instant, Robert Buyers, aged 3 years.

BUYERS, Thomas E. - D8/2/1847 - At Langholm, on the 8th inst., Thomas E. Buyers, son of Andrew Buyers, manufacturer, aged 24 years.

BYERS/DALGLIESH, Agnes - D4/4/1847 -At New Langholm, on the 4th inst, Agnes Byers, wife of Mr John Dalgliesh, sheriff officer.

BYERS, John - D20/7/1846 - At Langholm, on the 20th inst., Mr John Byers, eldest son of Mr Andrew Byers, woollen manufacturer there, after a protracted illness, borne with calmness and resignation.

BYERS, Margaret - D17/8/1847 - At Langholm, on the 17th instant, Margaret Byers, daughter of Andrew Byers, manufacturer there, aged 22 years.

BYERS, William - D9/3/1845 - At Langholm, on the 9th instant, Mr William Byers, blacksmith, aged 40 - leaving a wife and five children to lament his loss.

BYRES, Thomas - D23/11/1845 - At Pathhead, on the 23d ultimo, Thomas Byres, schoolmaster of St. Mungo, aged 79 years.

BYRNE, Mary - B9/9/1843 - At Langholm, on the 9th inst., Mary, wife of Mr Byrne, excise-officer there. (this could be a death, but is listed in the Births).