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H--------- , Mr. - D27/2/1863 - At Newfield, Leswalt, on the 27th ult., Mr H--------- farmer there.
HADAWAY, James - D26/8/1844 - At Wigtown, on the 26th inst., James Hadaway, advanced in life.
HADDON/HOGG, Margaret - D25/3/1843 - At Dumfries on the 25th ult. Mrs Margaret Haddon, relict of Mr Thomas Hogg, late stamp-master.
HAHNENANN, Dr Samuel - D2/7/1843 - At Paris on the 2d inst., Dr Samuel Hahnenann, the founder of the homeopathic method of medical practice.
HAIN (Rain or Kain), George - D1/1/1881 - At High Street, Kirkcudbright, on the 1st inst., George (Rain) (Hain) or (Kain) formerly farmer in Orchardton Mains, aged 87 years.
HAINING, Agnes - D18/2/1844 - At Hallmyre, of Terregles, of hooping-cough, on the 10th inst,. Helen, aged 4 years, on the 12th Peter, aged 1 year, on the 18th Agnes, aged 5 years, and on the 24th Jane, aged 8 years, - children of Mr John Haining.
HAINING, Elizabeth - D10/8/1887 - At 10 Wadham Road, Bootle, on the 10th ult., Elizabeth, the beloved wife of William Haining, 3 Marsden Street, Manchester, aged 56 years.
HAINING, Helen - D10/2/1844 - At Hallmyre, of Terregles, of hooping-cough, on the 10th inst., Helen, aged 4 years; on the 12th Peter, aged 1 year; on the 18th Agnes, aged 5 years; and on the 24th Jane, aged 8 years, - children of Mr John Haining.
HAINING, Jane - D24/2/1844 - At Hallmyre, of Terregles, of hooping-cough, on the 10th inst., Helen, aged 4 years, on the 12th Peter, aged 1 year, on the 18th Agnes, aged 5 years, and on the 24th Jane, aged 8 years, - children of Mr John Haining.
HAINING/KIMM, Janet - D25/3/1844 - At Haugh of Urr, on the 25th ult., Janet Haining, wife of Mr George Kimm, at the advanced aged of 81 years.
HAINING, Joseph - D18/12/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 18th inst., advanced in years, Mr Joseph Haining, formerly of the firm of Haining, Hogg and G..........
HAINING, Margaret - D17/2/1843 - At Parkfoot, Dumfries, on the 17th inst., aged 10 years, Margaret, daughter of Mr Thomas Haining, writer.
HAINING, Margaret - D8/6/1843 - At Borgue Kirk Village, on the 8th curt., Margaret Haining, aged 96. She retained the use of her faculties till within a few days of her death, and, what is somewhat singular, a sister died in the same house some years ago who was just the same age.
HAINING/COCHRANE, Margaret - D15/8/1844 - At Dalbeattie, on the 15th inst., Margaret Cochrane relict of Daniel Haining.
HAINING/EDGAR, Margaret - D6/5/1846 - At Risk of Borgue, on the 6th inst., after a brief illness, aged 63, Mrs Margaret Haining, widow of Mr John Edgar, much respected.
HAINING, Peter - D12/2/1844 - At Hallmyre, of Terregles, of hooping-cough, on the 10th inst., Helen, aged 4 years, on the 12th Peter, aged 1 year, on the 18th Agnes, aged 5 years, and on the 24th Jane, aged 8 years, - children of Mr John Haining.
HAINING, Samuel - D30/1/1845 - At Calcutta, on the 30th Jan. last, on board the Glendarroch, Captain Kissock, aged 18, Samuel, youngest son of Mr Thomas Haining, Borgue, near Kirkcudbright. He was working about the bowsprit, when he fell into the water and was unfortunately drowned.
HAINING, William - D8/8/1878 - At 7 Princes Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 8th inst, William, aged 3 years and 5 months, son of Mr Wm. Haining.
HAIR, George - D5/8/1843 - At Islesteps, on the 5th inst., George Hair, Esq., of Bankhouse, aged 77 years.
HAIR/KIRKE, Mary - D27/4/1845 - At Dalbeattie, on the 27th ult., Mary Kirke, spouse of Mr Robert Hair, Sawmill, Dalbeattie.
HAIR, Mr R. - D12/5/1846 - At Dalbeattie, on the 12th inst., aged 60, Mr R. Hair, foreman in the Upper Saw Mill there.
HAIR, Robert - D30/3/1845 - At Dalbeattie, on the 30th ult., Robert Hair, youngest son of Mr Robert Hair, Sawmill, Dalbeattie.
HAIRSTENS, Barbara - D17/4/1844 - At Maxwelltown, on the 17th instant, Barbara Hairstens, advanced in years.
HAIRSTENS/THORBURN, Jean - B18/9/1843 - At Maxwelltown, on the 18th inst., Mrs Jean Thorburn, relict of Thomas Hairstens, Esq., tanner, in the 80th year of her age.
HAIRSTENS, Thomas - D17/5/1843 - At Maxwelltown, on the 17th inst., Mr Thomas Hairstens, shoemaker, aged 50 years.
HAIRSTENS, Thomas - D20/9/1844 - At his house, Buccleuch street, Dumfries, on the 20th ult., Thomas Hairstens, Esq., tanner in Maxwelltown.
HALBERT/DICKSON, Elizabeth - D1/9/1844 - At Annan, on the 1st inst., Elizabeth Johnstone Dickson, the beloved wife of John Potts Halbert, druggist - much and deservedly esteemed by all who knew her.
HALDANE/OSWALD, Katherine Cochrane - D14/6/1843 - At Edinburgh, on the 14th inst., Mrs Katharine Cochrane Oswald, relict of Robert Haldane, Esq., Auchingray.
HALDANE/(NAHAN?)(NOLAN?), Mary - D19/3/1845 - At Colmonell Village, on the 19th inst., Mary Haldane, spouse of Wm. (Nahan)(Nolan), shoemaker there - very suddenly.
HALDANE, Robert - D30/3/1844 - At Dalmellington, on the 30th ult., Mr Robert Haldane, weaver, aged 68 years.
HALLIDAY, Catherine M'Lelland - D30/8/1887 - Here, at Saint Andrew Street, on the 30th ult., Catherine M'Lelland, infant daughter of John Halliday, aged 6 months.
HALIDAY, Elizabeth - D19/7/1851 - At Cally Gate, on the 19th inst. in her 19th years, Elizabeth, second daughter of James Haliday, there.
HALL, Captain Basil - D11/9/1844 - At Haslar Hospital, on the 11th inst., Captain Basil Hall, R.N., in the 56th year of his age.
HALL, James - D6/9/1884 - Here, at Darlymple Street, on the 6th inst., James Hall, aged 1 year.
HALL/TATTERSEL, Martha - D31/12/1860 - At Gallowgate Street, Glasgow, on the 31st December, Martha Tattersel, wife of Mr Alexander Hall, tailor, late of Stranraer.
HALL/ALLAN, Mary - D11/12/1883 - At Mochrum Manse, Wigtownshire, on the 11th inst. Mary M'Lauchlan Hall, wife of Rev. Wm Allan, Minister of Mochrum.
HALL, Thomas - D11/12/1844 - At Newton, Ayr, on the 11th inst., Thomas Hall, h---er (hosier?), in the 79th year of his age.
HALL, William - D22/1/1867 - At 14 Agnes Crescent, on the 22nd instant, William, aged 10 months, son of Mr James Hall, seaman.
HALLIDAY/JOHNSTON, Agnes - At Kirkcudbright, on the 16th curt, Agnes Halliday, spouse of Mr William Johnston, aged 72.
HALLIDAY/IRVING, Ann - D4/1/1846 - At Annan, on the 4th ult., Mrs Ann Irving or Halliday, at the advanced age of 101 years.
HALLIDAY, Mrs Christopher - D12/6/1844 - At Kirkhill, parish of Johnstone, on the 12th inst., Mrs Halliday, relict of Mr Christopher Halliday, farmer, Kirkhill, aged 80 years.
HALLIDAY, Isabella - D29/9/1847 - At Dalbeattie, on the 29th ult., Isabella, daughter of Mr James Halliday, nailor, aged 17 years.
HALLIDAY/RAE, Jane - D22/5/1844 - At Kircudbright, on the 22d ult., after a brief illness, Mrs Jane Halliday, wife of Mr Samuel Rae, meal and flour dealer, - regretted by her family, and by numerous friends.
HALLIDAY/M'GHIE, Janet - D24/5/1843 - At the house of her son-in-law, Mr William Kerr, Minnyhive, on the 24th ult., Janet Halliday, relict of James M'Ghie, Chapeltown of Borgue, in her 90th year.
HALLIDAY, John - D8/1/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 8th inst., aged 87 years, John Halliday, a native of Wamphray; he was a sober, industrious individual, and respected by all who knew him.
HALLIDAY, John - D28/5/1844 - At Rivox, near Moffat, on the 28th ult., Mr John Halliday, sen., aged 79 years.
HALLIDAY, John - D30/4/1847 - At Balgreddan, near Kikrcudbright, on the 30th ult., Mr John Halliday.
HALLIDAY/SWAN, Mary - D10/10/1844 - At the School-house, of Mousewald, on the 10th ult., Mary Swan, wife of Mr F. Halliday, parochial schoolmaster.
HALLIDAY/LOCKE, Mary - D15/1/1845 - At Jordon Street, Liverpool, on the 15th inst., Mary Halliday, relict of Mr Locke, grocer, Maxwelltown.
HAMILTON, Miss - D31/8/1852 - At Craighlaw, on the 31st August, Miss Hamilton of Parkhill.
HAMILTON, Mrs - D12/7/1878 - At Auchencloy, Stoneykirk on the 12th inst., Mrs Hamilton, aged 84 years.
HAMILTON/M'NIDER, Agnes - D18/10/1844 - At Drumbain, Maybole, on the 18th inst., in the 72d year of her age, Agnes Hamilton, relict of Mr William M'Nider, master of the sloop "Carrick" of Ayr.
HAMILTON/M'DOUALL, Elizabeth - D29/10/1846 - At Challoch, parish of Leswalt, on the 29th ultimo, Elizabeth M'Douall, wife of Mr Charles Hamilton, farmer, aged 77 years.
HAMILTON, Elizabeth - in WFP D17/6/1847 - At Windmill, parish of Kirkmaiden, Elizabeth Hamilton, in 3 days' illness, leaving a small family to lament her loss.
HAMILTON, Dr. George - D19/1/1845 - At Galston, Ayrshire, on the 19th inst., after a lingering illness, Dr George Hamilton.
HAMILTON/NATION, Harriet - D15/10/1844 - At Budleigh, Salterton, on the 15th inst., Harriet, the beloved wife of Wm. Nation, Esq., and eldest surviving daughter of Alexander Hamilton Hamilton, Esq., of the Retreat, in the County of Devon, and of Hullerhirst, in Ayrshire - having completed her 25th year the previous day.
HAMILTON/DALGLIESH, Jane - D7/4/1845 - At Cummertrees, on the 7th inst., Jane Hamilton, wife of Mr Robert Dalgliesh.
HAMILTON/M'CALLIE, Jane - D5/4/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 5th inst., suddenly, Jane M'Callie, relict of James Hamilton, mariner, aged 56 years - much respected.
HAMILTON/DUNCAN, Lady Jane Dalrymple - D7/3/1852 - LADY JANE DALRYMPLE HAMILTON died on the 7th inst, at Paris. She was the eldest daughter of the celebrated Admiral Lord Duncan and sister of the Earl of Camperdown. In her youth she was reckoned one of the most beautiful women of the day, and attracted much admiration on the remarkable occasion when, hanging on the arm of her veteran and gallant father, she appeared in the Royal procession which went to St. Paul's after the battle of Camperdown to give thanks for the great naval victories. She afterwards married Sir Hew Dalrymple Hamilton, of Bargeny and North Berwick, in Scotland. Their only child, and the heiress of the great Bargeny estates, was married to the Duke de Coigny, whose eldest daughter and heiress married Mr Dalrymple, the Lord Lieutenant of Wigtownshire and heir presumptive to the Earl of Stair, who married the sister of the deceased lady.
HAMILTON, Janet Margaret - D21/1/1845 - At Great King Street, Edinburgh, on the 21st instant, Janet Margaret, youngest daughter of Sir Wm. Hamilton, Bart..
HAMILTON, John - D22/4/1844 - At Dalmellington, on the 22nd ult., John son of Mr Hamilton, mason.
HAMILTON, John - D21/12/1844 - At Saltcoats, on the 21st ult., Mr John Hamilton, heddlemaker there.
HAMILTON, John - D14/3/1846 - At High Ardwell, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 14th inst, Mr John Hamilton, -----maker, aged 80 years. (sailmaker or shoemaker).
HAMILTON, John - D14/2/1887 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 14th inst., John Hamilton, aged 82 years.
HAMILTON/MAITLAND, Margaret - D3/8/1860 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 3d instant, Margaret.... wife of Mr George Hamilton, and daughter of ....Dr Maitland of Kells.
HAMILTON/GARDINER, Mary - D24/5/1852 - At Killern, near Gatehouse, on the 24th ultimo, Mary Hamilton, spouse of Mr Alexander Gardiner, farmer there - greatly lamented by relatives and friends; and on the following day their infant child.
HAMILTON/M'COLM, Mary - D27/4/1853 - At (G)lester, parish of Colmonell, on the 27th ult., Mary Hamilton, wife of Mr Alexander M'Colm, late farmer in Halfmark, aged 60 years.
HAMILTON, Mary - D10/10/1867 - At 11 Fisher Street, on the 10th instant, Mrs M(ary) Hamilton, aged 68 years. (Mary HAMILTON, 68, Stranraer #134 as per Meg)
HAMILTON, Maryann - D16/1/1867 - At 47 Sun Street, on the 16th instant, Maryann Hamilton, aged 16 months.
HAMILTON, Thomas Reid - D6/12/1844 - At Newton Green, Ayr, on the 6th inst., Thomas Reid, aged 7 months, son of Mr Wm. Hamilton, tailor and clothier, Newmarket Street.
HAMILTON, William - D18/3/1843 - At London, on the 18th inst., William, aged 10 months, son of Alexander and Matilda Hamilton, of Carcoside, Dumfries shire.
HAMILTON, William - D21/6/1845 - Suddenly, at Braehead House, Kilmarnock, on the 21st instant, William Hamilton, Esq., factor to his Grace the Duke of Portland.
HAMILTON, William - D24/12/1882 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 24th inst., William Hamilton, aged 48 years.
HAMILTON, William Harrison - D8/12/1873 - At 14 Ball Street, High Street, Kensington, London West, on the 8th inst. William Harrison Hamilton, the beloved child of Robert and Janet Hamilton, aged 9 months.
HAMMOND, Mrs. - D24/1/1846 - At St. David Street, Dumfries, on the 24th instant, Mrs Hammond, sen., aged 85.
HAMMOND, George - D9/1/1845 - At Comloden Mill, Minnigaff, on Thursday, the 9th inst., George, youngest son of Mr. Hammond, manufacturer.
HAMMOND, Margaret - D31/8/1844 - At Whitehaven, on the 31st ult., very suddenly, Margaret, wife of Mr Hammond, aged 55 years.
HANNAH, Agnes - D21/6/1845 - At Black-Derry, Mochrum, on the 21st ult., Miss Agnes Hannah.
HANNAH/KELLY, Agnes - D9/5/1846 - At Drumore Village, on the 9th instant, Agnes Kelly, wife of James Hannah, aged 41 years. (Possibly should be ult, i.e. D9/4/46 as it was in the WFP issue D7/5/46 and the 9th would be 2 days after the paper was published OR it is an error)
HANNAH/HARCOMBE, Agnes - D20/12/1883 - At West Galdenoch, Stoneykirk, on the 20th inst., Agnes Hannah, wife of Mr William Harcombe, dairyman, aged 54 years.
HANNAH, Alex. - D26/1/1844 - At Wigtown, on the 26th ult., Alex. Hannah, aged 75.
HANNAH, Alex. - D2/2/1846 - Very suddenly at Broadwigg, parish of Whithorn, on the 2d inst., Mr Alex. Hannah, farmer, aged 61 years.
HANNAH, Alex - D9/5/1846 - Here, at St. Andrew Street, on the 9th inst., Mr Alex. Hannah, aged 67 years.
HANNAH, Ann - D27/11/1883 - At Mid-glasnick, on the 27th ult. suddenly, Miss Ann Hannah, aged 75 years.
HANNAH/BROWN, Ann - D6/1/1884 - At Barrachan Village, on the 6th inst. Ann Hannah, wife of John Brown.
HANNAH, Anthony - D24/12/1882 - At Catyans, Whithorn, on the 24th inst., Anthony Hannah, aged 83 years.
HANNAH, James - D20/7/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 20th inst., Mr James Hannay, aged 62 years.
HANNAY, Janet Kerr - D13/5/1847 - At Glasgow, on the 13th inst., after a few hours' illness, Janet Kerr Hannay, youngest daughter of Robt. Hannay, Esq., of Rusko.
HANNAH, John - D13/3/1861 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 13th inst., aged 57, John Hannah, much and deservedly regretted.
HANNAH, Charles Muir - D17/12/1891 - At West Glenstockadale, Leswalt, on the 17th inst. Hugh Muir, infant son of Charles Hannah aged 2 months and 5 days.
HANNAH, Grace - D14/11/1846 - At Milton, Kirkcolm, on the 14th inst., Grace Hannah, daughter of Mr Alexander Hannah, miller.
HANNAH, Grace - D14/7/1847 - At Drumaston, parish of Whithorn, on the 14th ult., Grace, third daughter of Mr Hannah, aged 16 years.
HANNAH, Helen - D13/5/1871 - At Whithorn, on the 13th inst., Helen, youngest daughter of the late Mr George Hannah.
HANNAH, James - D28/12/1891 - At Minnigaff Village, on the 28th inst. James Hannah, gardener, aged 84 years.
HANNAH/MURRAY, Jane - D7/1/1846 - At Culquhassan, Glenluce, on the 7th inst., in her 93d year, Jane Hannah, relict of the late Mr John Murray, farmer Moormains, Portwilliam.
HANNAH/HORNER, Janet - D29/1/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 29th ult., Janet Hannah, widow of William Horner, aged 7- years. (Janet was 71. Died Whithorn entry #7 as per Meg)
HANNAH, Jessie - D19/2/1847 - At Minnigaff Mills, on the 19th inst., Jessie, daughter of Alexander Hannah, miller aged 6 years
HANNAH, Jessie - D27/2/1924 - At the King's Arms Hotel, Ballantrae, on the 27th February, suddenly, Jessie, eldest daughter of John A. Hannah, aged 23 years. - Sadly missed.
HANNAH, John - D27/10/1843 - At Newton Stewart, on the 27th ult., Mr John Hannah, grocer, aged 56 years.
HANNAH, John - D9/12/1883 - Here, at 49 High Street, on the 9th inst. John Hannah, navy pensioner, aged 64 years.
HANNAH, John - D13/12/1883 - At 81 Rottenrow, Glasgow, on the 13th inst., John Hannah, a native of Newton-Stewart, aged 65 years.
HANNAH/M'MILLAN, Margaret - D27/5/1843 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 27th ult., in the prime of life, Margaret Hannah, spouse of Samuel M'Millan, book-seller, &c, there.
HANNAH, Margaret - D6/3/1845 - At Auchencairn, on the 6th ult., of an ulcer on the tongue, aged 70 years, Margaret, widow of Wm. Hannah, of Dalbeattie - deeply regretted by all who knew her.
HANNAH, Margaret - D22/3/1845 - At Portwilliam, on the 22d ult., Miss Margaret Hannah, aged 81 years.
HANNAH/DEMPSTER, Margaret - D20/4/1891 - At 345 Gal(s)braid Street, Maryhill Road, Glasgow, on the 20th inst. Margaret Dempster, widow of John Hannah, Machermore, Newton-Stewart, aged 64 years.
HANNAH/BARCLAY, 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.
HANNAH/CRAWFORD, Mary - in WFP D20/12/1883 - At 23 Dunmore Street, Southside, Glasgow, after a lingering illness, Mary Crawford, wife of William Hannah, late of Baldoon, Bladnoch, Wigtownshire, aged 38 years.
HANNAH/M’KEAN, Nicholas - D31/3/1891 - At Souter Croft, near Creetown, on the 31st ult. Nicholas Hannah, wife of Matthew M'Kean, farmer aged 80 years.
HANNAH, Robert - D10/9/1843 - At Fordhouse of Barr, Kirkpatrick-Durham, on the 10th inst., at the advanced age of 81 years, Robert Hannah, weaver.
HANNAH, Robert - D13/12/1847 - At Culgroat, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 13th instant, Mr Robert Hannah, farmer, there. (See also Robert Hannay both inserted December 16, 1847)
HANNAH, Robert - D15/5/1860 - At Dromaston, on the 15th instant, Robert, fourth son of Mr George Hannah, Dromaston.
HANNAH, Robina - D12/12/1873 - At Balloch(rodie), Kirkcolm, on the 12th inst, Miss Robina Hannah, - Deeply Regretted.
HANNAH, Thomas - D9/12/1882 - At Portwilliam, on the 9th inst., Thomas Hannah, tailor, aged 55 years. - Deeply regretted.
HANNAH, William - D27/3/1874 - Here at 8 Lochryan Place, on the 27th ult. Mr Wm Hannah, saddler, aged 27 years.
HANNAH, William - D14/2/1875 - At Minnigaff Village, on the 14th inst., Mr William Hannah, late gamekeeper to Mr Hunter Blair, Blairquhan, aged 34 years.
HANNAY, Infant Son - D4/7/1847 - At Falkland Place, Glasgow, on the 4th instant, the infant son of Robert Hannay, Esq., of Rusko.
HANNAY, Mrs - D16/5/1860 - At Bowie Cottage, Stranraer, on the 16th instant, Mrs Hannay, aged 90 years, relict of Collector Hannay, of Portpatrick. Friends will please accept of this intimation.
HANNAY/M'KENZIE, Agnes - D11/4/1855 - At Milton, parish of Inch, on the 11th inst., after a long illness, borne with Christian resignation, Agnes Hannay, wife of Mr M'Kenzie, farmer there.
HANNAY, Agnes Kelly - in WFP D26/3/1874 - At Drummore, on the ---inst, Agnes Kelly, daughter of Mr James Hannay, aged 4 1/2 years.
HANNAY, Alex. John - D22/1/1846 - At Glasgow, on the 22d instant, Alex. John Hannay, Esq., M.D.
HANNAY, Charles -D31/5/1844 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 31st ult., Mr Charles Hannay, tea-dealer, aged 48 years.
HANNAY, Charles - D24/9/1846 - At Port Logan, parish of Kirkmaiden, on Thursday, the 24th ult., Charles Hannay, aged 86 years. For many years previous to his death he was an Elder in the Established Church of the said parish, which office he filled in a becoming manner as a man and a Christian.
HANNAY, Charles - D1/9/1847 - Here, on the morning of the 1st inst., Mr Charles Hannay, compositor, aged 27 years. Deceased was a young man of amiable character and great promise. He was connected with the Free Press since its commencement, and was much esteemed by his employers and fellow workmen. He goes to the grave deeply regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
HANNAY, Charles - D31/3/1878 - At Nantwich, Cheshire, on the 31st ult., Charles Hannay, banker, Sandbach, youngest son of the late Alex Hannay, farmer, Balsier, Sorbie, aged 34.
HANNAY, Helen - D7/12/1845 - At Drumore Village, on the 7th inst., Helen Hannay, aged 76 years.
HANNAY/KEVAN, Helen - D30/1/1871 - At Kirkcowan, on the 30th ult., Helen Kevan, wife of John Hannay, tailor, aged 65 years.
HANNAY/M'CONNAL(M'CONNEL), Isabella - D5/2/1864 - At Drumaston, Whithorn, on the 5th instant, Isabella M'Connel, (M'Connal), wife of Mr George Hannay. (As per IGI Marriages Isabella McConnell M8/7/1823)
HANNAY/GRETNEY, Isabella - D23/3/1874 - At Wigtown, on the 23rd inst. Isabella Hannay, wife of Mr Andrew Gretney, coachman.
HANNAY/GROTNA, Isabella - D23/3/1874 - At Main Street, Wigtown, on the 23rd ult. Isabella Hannay, wife of Mr Andrew (Grotna), aged 70 years.
HANNAY, Mrs James - D25/7/1846 - At High Curghie, on the 25th ult,. the wife of James Hannay, aged 66 years.
HANNAY, Jane - D17/7/1843 - At Creebridge, Newton -Stewart, on the 17th inst., after a lingering illness, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Robert Hannay Esq., formerly of Shennanton - sincerely and justly regretted.
HANNAY/LOGAN, Jane - D25/3/1874 - At 5 Bothwell Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow, on the 25th ult. Jane, relict of David Logan, C.K. and daughter of the late Robert Hannay H.M. Collector of Customs. Portpatrick.
HANNAY, Janet - D25/6/1843 - At Rusco House, on the 25th inst., Janet Hannay, eldest daughter of Robert Hannay, Esq., aged 6 years, an interesting and amiable girl, and deeply lamented by mourning parents and friends.
HANNAY, Mrs John - D24/3/1845 - At Whithorn, on the 24th ult., aged 80, Mrs Hannay, widow of the late Mr John Hannay, Broughton, Skeog.\
HANNAY, John - D20/4/1868 - At Lochinver, Sutherlandshire, on the 20th inst., suddenly, John Hannay Esq., lately of 23 Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, London, and of Lincluden and of Irongray, in his 70th year.
HANNAY, John Forsyth - D15/9/1884 - At 39(1), or 39D St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, on the15th inst., John Forsyth Hannay, baker, late of Gatehouse-of-Fleet.
HANNAY/M'GILL, Margaret - D12/3/1847 - At Creebridge, Newton Stewart, on the 12th inst., Mrs Margaret M'Gill, relict of the late Robert Hannay, Esq., of Shennanton.
HANNAY/DALRYMPLE, Margaret - D23/1/1864 - At Kirkcowan, on the 23d inst., Margaret Hannay relict of Mr John Dalrymple, late farmer in Bar(lenny), aged 89 years.
HANNAY, Margaret - D26/4/1868 - At Whithorn,on the 26th instant, Margaret -- daughter of the late Alex Hannay, Esq., of (Broadwigg).
HANNAY/M'CLEW, Minie - D23/4/1853 - At Glenluce, on the 23d instant, aged 52, Minie Hannay, wife of Mr David M'Clew, saddler - deeply regretted.
HANNAY, Mrs Peter - D24/8/1843 - At Creetown, on the 24th inst., afer a short but severe illness, Mrs Hannay, wife of the Rev. Peter Hannay, of the Secession church. Her loss will be severely felt by many a sorrowing friend and relation. As her love to Christ was ardent, so also was her charity to all around, more especially to the poor, who were her peculiar care.
HANNAY, Robert - D13/12/1847 - At Culgroat, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 13th inst., Mr Robert Hannay. (See also Robert Hannah both inserted December 16, 1847)
HANNAY, Sibbella - D8/9/1843 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 8th instant, Miss Sibbella Hannay.
HANNAY, Thomas - D10/3/1844 - At New Luce, on the 10th inst., Mr Thomas Hannay, merchant, aged 30 years.
HANNAY, Thomas - D21/12/1866 - At St. John's, New Brunswick, on the 21st ultimo, at the residence of his daughter Mr Thomas Hannay, formerly of Stoneykirk, and late of Portwilliam, Wigtownshire, in the 92nd year of his age.
HANNAY, Wilhelmina - D2/4/1844 - At Newton Stewart, on the 2d inst., Wilhelmina Hannay, daughter of Mr. R. Hannay, joiner.
HANNAY, Wm. - D 13/8/1854 - At Corsewall Mills, parish of Kirkcolm, on the 13th inst., Mr Wm. Hannay, late of Dinvin Mill, Portpatrick, aged 84 years - much regretted.
HANNAY/SKIMMING, Williamina - D4/12/1877 - At Whithorn, on the 4th inst., Williamina Skimming, wife of Andrew (Hann)ay. (Here is what the Index showed, spelling confirmed : Wilhelmina HANNAH, 68, died Whithorn #42, as per Meg)
HANNEY/M'GUIRE, Catherine - D(9)/4/1878 - Here, at 44 Fisher Street, on the (9)th inst., Catherine M'Guire, aged 54 years, wife of Mr Edward Hennay, hawker. (Catherine HANNEY [spelled as seen in the Index film] died Stranraer entry #46 at age 54 as per Meg)
HANNING/BROWN, 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.
HANNING, Mary Ann - D20/4/1844 - At Balmae, Kirkcudbright, on the 20th ult., aged 7 years, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr Hanning, Skipmyre, Tinwald.
HA(NS)ELL, Robert - D24/12/1877 - At Cairntop, Several on the 24th ult., Mr Robert Ha(ns)ell, aged 57 years.
HARCOMBE/HANNAH, Agnes - D20/12/1883 - At West Galdenoch, Stoneykirk, on the 20th inst., Agnes Hannah, wife of Mr William Harcombe, dairyman, aged 54 years.
HARDIE/HUNTER, Elizabeth Mary - D29/1/1847 - At Boyle, county of Roscommon of inflamation in the brain, on the 29th ultimo, aged 28 years, Elizabeth Mary Hardie, wife of Mr John Hunter, Draper there. The deceased was highly respected for her amiable charcter, and her death deeply regretted by all who knew her.
HARDIE, Janet - D15/1/1847 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 15th instant, Janet, daughter of the late Thomas Hardie, D.D., Professor of Church History in the University of Edinburgh.
HARDING/CARRUTHERS, Mrs - D8/11/1843 - At Chislechurst, near London, on the 8th inst., Mrs Harding, youngest daughter of the late John Carruthers, Esq., Holmains.
HARDING, James M’Gill - D2/10/88 - At 22 King Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 2nd inst,. after a long illness, James M'Gill Harding, letter carrier aged 40 years. Obit:-"Our obituary today contains an intimation of the death of Mr James M'Gill Harding, letter carrier, who, until laid aside by the illness which terminated in his death on Tuesday morning, was for many years a well-known, faithful, trustworthy, and obliging public servant - punctual and attentive in the discharge of his duties, and much respected by the general public. Besides his duties as letter carrier, Mr Harding was for many years librarian to the Mechanics' Institute, and latterly was also secretary. He succeed to the office on the death of his father, and took a very warm interest in its prosperity, and wrought hard on every opportunity to advance its interests. He was well-known to all the members, by whom he was greatly respected, not only for the interest he took in the Institute, but for his obliging disposition, and his loss will be much felt by the managing committee and the members generally." (Stray insert from the WFP 4/10/1888)
HARDING, Thomas - D5/12/1883 - At 79 Arthur Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 5th inst. Thomas Harding, compositor, formerly of the Galloway Gazette, aged 27 years.
HARDY, ?????? - 6/4/1854 - Yesterday morning, James Garrett, a fisherman, found the body of an old man named Hardy, belonging to the Parish of New Luce, floating in the water a short distance beyond the North West Castle. His cap was floating beside him and he held his staff in his right hand across his breast as he lay upon his face. Garrett procured assistance and conveyed the body to land. It appears that Hardy was an inmate of the Rhins poorhouse; that during the night he had left his bed and with the assistance of a ladder and some ropes which he procured from the hospital workshop he contrived to get over the wall when it is supposed he wandered to the harbour and fell over the quay. (From “The way we were” in the WFP 1/4/2004)
HARDY, Robert Burns - D11/11/1843 - At Glasgow, on the 11th inst., Mr Robert Burns Hardy, elocutionist, and of considerable literary attainments.
HARKINS, Hugh - D10/10/1847 - At Carseduchan, Mochrum, on the 10th inst., at an advanced age, Hugh Harkins.
HARKINS, Peter - D22/10/1844 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 22d inst., Mr Peter Harkins, licensed hawker, Newton-Stewart - much respected in life and deeply regretted in death.
HARKNESS, Joseph - D3/2/1845 - At Parkburn, Kirkmahoe, on the 3d curt., Mr Joseph Harkness, farmer, advanced in years.
HARKNESS, Mary - D24/5/1860 - At 4 Lavender Terrace, Wandsworth Road, London on the 24th inst., Mrs Mary Harkness, the beloved wife of Thomas Harkness, Esq., late of Dumfries, Stranraer and Dublin. Mrs Harkness endeared herself to a large circle of friends by her amiable and kindly disposition and her death is much regretted by all who knew her.
HARKNESS, Thomas - D13/8/1860 - A No. 4 Lavender Terrace, Wandsworh Road, London, on the 13th current, Thomas Harkness, Esq, late ... Dumfries, Stranraer, and Dublin.
HARKNESS, William - D12/8/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 12th inst., in his 19th year, William, eldest son of the late Thomas Harkness, Esq., writer.
HARPER, Maria - D27/12/1877 - Here, at 23 North Strand Street, on the 27th ult., Maria, aged 8 months, daughter of Mr Thomas Harper, seedsman.
HARPER/M’MINN, W. Robert - D15/1/1864 - At Bank Street, Gatehouse, on the 15th instant, W.... Robert Harper or M'Minn, aged 82 years.
HARRIES, Alexander - D27/3/1878 - At 24 Queen's Place, Dumfries on the 27th ult., Mr Alexander Harries, miller, aged 81 - deeply regret(t)ed and much respected.
HARRIES, Lieut. E.T. - D16/10/1845 - On the 16th ult., at St. Maures, Cornwall, Lieut. E.T. Harries, R.N., of the coast guard at that station. Some time ago Lieut. Harries commanded a cutter in the preventive service on this coast, and was much respected by all who knew him. (in the Free BMD there is listed an Edward Thornborough Harries whose death was registered in the District of Truro Volume 9, page 179)
HARRIS, Marion - D3/12/1858 - Here, at North Strand Street, on the 3d inst., after a long illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation, Marion Harris, aged 64 years, relict of Mr John Harris.
HARRISON, Mrs. - D26/4/1843 - At Kirk Of Mochrum, on the 26th ult., Mrs Harrison, at an advanced age.
HARRISON, John - D27/12/1843 - At Dudley, on the 27th ult., Mr John Harrison, draper, aged 43 - deservedly lamented.
HART, Mrs - D13/10/1845 - At Edinburgh, on the 13th inst., suddenly, Mrs Hart, wife of the late Major Hart of Castlemilk, Dumfriesshire.
HARTLEY/CANSE, Jane - D3/5/1847 - Here, on the 3d inst., Jane Canse, wife of Mr William Hartley, mariner, in the 89th year of her age.
HARTLY, Mrs. - D28/1/1846 - At Drumdoo, Mochrum, on the 28th ult., Mrs Hartly, aged 77 years.
HARVEY, Rev. Alexander - D25/9/1843 - At Whitevale, on the 25th ult., the Rev. Alexander Harvey, of the Relief Church, Calton, Glasgow.
HARVEY, George Graham - D9/6/1852 - At Campbeltown, on the 9th inst., George Graham Harvey, Esq., writer.
HASTIE, Anna Bella - D23/1/1912 - In loving memory of Anna Bella Hastie, who died at 43 Sheuchan Street, Stranraer, on January 23rd, 1912. "Like the ivy on the withered oak, When all things else decay, Our love for her will still keep green, And never fade away." - Inserted by her Husband, Parents, and Family.
HASTIE/LAING, Margaret Stewart - D6/2/1847 - At the Free Church Manse of Kirkpatrick (Fleming) on the 6th ultimo, Margaret S. Laing, wife of the (late) George Hastie - justly lamented. (Margaret Stewart Laing to George Hastie on March 30, 1835 at Brechin, Angus as per the IGI)
HASTINGS/GOUDIE, Flora - D20/9/1843 - At Burns's Cottage, Alloway, on the 20th instant, Flora Hastings, aged 79, relict of Mr John Goudie, the well-known landlord of the birth-place of Burns.
HASTINGS, Jas. - D31/12/1842 - At Cromypark, parish of Kells, on the 31st ult., Mr Jas. Hastings, aged 43 years.
HASTINGS/GRACIE, Mary - D24/4/1844 - At Thornhill, on the 24th ult., Mary Gracie, relict of James Hastings, aged 76 years. It may be interesting to the public to know, that the deceased lost both father and mother by the upsetting of the ferry boat crossing the Nith(where the Thornhill bridge now stands), in February, 1773 - an event that cast a great gloom around the whole neighbourhood, there being four males and three females lost at the same time.
HASWELL, Infant Daughter - D7/3/1846 - At Queen Street, here, on the 7th instant, the infant daughter of Captain Haswell of the "Albion" steamer.
HASWELL, Mrs - D7/7/1846 - Here, on the 7th inst., the wife of Mr John Haswell, boot and shoemaker, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian patience and resignation.
HASWELL/THOMPSON, Agnes - D5/7/1855 - Here, at Albion Hotel, George Street, on the 5th inst., Agnes Haswell, relict of Mr William Thomson, aged 76 years.
HASWELL, Thomas - D2/10/1865 - At Castle Street, on the 2d instant, Thomas, aged 19 years, second son of Mr Andrew Haswell, shoemaker.
HATHORN, John - D27/1/1845 - At Whithorn, on the 27th ult., John Hathorn, Commercial Inn, aged 64 years.
HATHORN, Sarah - D6/12/1843 - On the 6th inst., at the house of her brother, No. 40, Brunswick Square, London, Mrs Sarah Hathorn, aged 84.
HAUGH, Andrew - D22/5/1844 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 22d instant, Andrew Haugh, aged 36 years.
HAUGH, Robert - D9/12/1883 - At Wigtown, on the 9th inst. Robert Haugh, aged 20 years.
HAUGH, Robert - D9/12/1883 - At Back North Street, Wigtown, on the 9th inst., Robert Haugh, aged 20 years.
HAUGHTON, Rev. J. - D21/7/1847 - At the Wesleyan Manse, Dumfries, on the 21st instant, after a protracted illness, which he bore with Christian patience and resignation, the Rev. J. Haughton, aged 36 years.
HAWES, Captain Edward - D22/1/1878 - A London Road, Stranraer, on the 22nd inst., Capt. Edward Hawes, Royal Navy. - Friends will please accept this intimation.
HAWES, Emily Jane - D1/1/1861 - On the 1st instant, at Richmond, Surrey, aged (11) Emily Jane, second daughter of Captain E. Hav??? R.N.., uperintendent at Portpatrick. (1861 Census shows Edward HAWES, 65, a Captain of the Royal Navy retired born England. He and his English born wife had 2 children living with them, one born England, the other born Portpatrick. Eleven year old Emily had been dead only about 3 months when the census was taken. I've checked the births for this family and they check with the Census listings for family there. Emily was probably born England and stayed/returned there - for her health perhaps. as per Meg)
HAWTHORN, Alexander - D11/8/1854 - At Kirkcowan, on the 11th curt, Alexander Hawthorn, mason, aged 73 years.
HAWTHORN, Isabella - D16/2/1852 - At Natal, South Africa, on the 16th February last, Isabella, second daughter of Mr Fergus Hawthorn, Maybole.
HAWTHORN, John - M7/10/1843 - At Upper Glasnick, parish of Penninghame, on the 7th inst., Mr John Hawthorn, advanced in years.
HAWTHORN/URQUHART, Martha - D19/2/1850 - At the Free Church Manse, Portpatrick, on the 19th instant, Mrs Urquhart. (MI from Portpatrick old graveyard.DGFHS Booklet no. 144 "In loving memory of Martha HAWTHORN wife of the Rev. Andrew URQUHART who died 19th February 1850. Also Rev. Andrew URQUHART A.M., J.P. Minister of the Free church, Portpatrick who died 10th March 1890 in the 58th year of his ministry and Mary HAWTHORN MINOT wife of the Rev. Andrew URQUHART who died 11th April 1890 The memory of the just is blessed" as per Diana)
HAWTHORN, William - D20/12/1891 - At Wigtown, on the 20th inst. William Hawthorn, Esq. Sheriff Clerk Depute, aged 65 years.
HAY, William George - D19/4/1846 - DEATH OF THE EARL OF ERROL - The Earl of Errol, Hereditary Lord High Constable of Scotland, expired on the morning of the 19th instant, at the residence of his son-in-law, Viscount Campden, in Portman Square London. His Lordship and family had returned from Paris, about a fortnight since, having gone thither about a year ago for the benefit of the Earl's health. The Countess of Erroll, Lord Kilmarnock, Viscount and Viscountess Campden, Lady Agnes Duff, Lady Mary Fox, and General and Lady Isabella Wemyss were present at the mournful event. The Royal Family sent during the day to make inquiry after the state of the Countess of Errol,. His Lordship married in 1820, the lady Elizabeth Fitzclarence, daughter of his late Majesty King William IV., and aunt to the Earl of Munster, by whom he has left three daughters and one son; by the last whom, Lord Kilmarnock, a lieutenant in the Rifle Brigade, he is succeeded in the family honours. The present Earl, who was born in 1823 has been in Canada with his corps for a considerable period. (As per http://www.humpherys.org/paf/humpherys/pafg501.htm)
HAY, Archd. - D26/5/1852 - At Howley Place Villas, on the 26th ult., in the 41st year of his age, Archd. Hay. Esq., youngest son of the late General Sir James Hay, K.C.H..
HAY, Captain Francis - D23/7/1851 - At his house Wellington Square Ayr, on the 23rd instant, Captain Francis Hay, late of H.M.34th Regiment.
HAY, Sir James Dalrymple - D19/3/1861 - At Dunragit, on the morning of the 19th inst., Sir James Dalrymple Hay, Bart., in the 72nd year of his age.
HAY, John Francis - D11/1/1844 - At Stirling on the 11th ult., John Francis, fourth son of Sir John Hay, Bart..
HAY, Robert - D10/7/1844 -At Balgreggan, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 10th inst., Robert, eldest son of Mr John Hay, aged eight years.
HAY, Robert - D13/9/1867 - Suddenly, at Burnbrae, Symington, on the 13th inst., Mr Robert Hay, farmer.
HAYBURN, Mrs. - D8/2/1855 - At Sandhead, on the 8th instant, Mrs Hayburn, relict of Barney Hayburn, at the advanced age of 100 years.
HAYTON/MYLES, Elizabeth - D2/9/1845 - At Dumfries, on the 2d inst., Mrs Elizabeth Myles, relict of Mr Thomas Hayton, merchant, Maryport.
HAYTON/BELL, Margaret - D28/9/1843 - At Dumfries, on Friday, the 28th ult., Margaret Bell, wife of Thomas Hayton, shoemaker.
HEDDERWICK, James - D26/6/1844 - At 22, Carlton Place, Glasgow, on the 26th ult., Mr James Hedderwick, sen., printer and publisher, in the 63d year of his age. The deceased was a most worthy individual, a kind husband and father, and highly honourable in all his dealings. In short, he was "an honest man," in the strictest sense of the words, and we can say no more. As an eminent printer, Mr Hedderwick will be long remembered by the profession. He was amongst the very first who brought it to its present state of tasteful perfection; and a quarter of a century ago, even amongst the trade in Glasgow, anything that was peculiarly well done in the typographic art was always designated as "Hedderwick print." - "Glasgow Constitutional."
HELLAS, Edward - D5/3/1876 - Here, at Dalrymple Street, on the 5th inst., Edward Hellas, aged 72 years.
HELM, Paul - D(19?)/10/1843 - At Castlegower, Buittle, on the (19)th inst., Mr Paul Helm, farmer there.
HENDERSON, Mrs - D8/9/1843 - On the 8th curt, at the house of her nephew, Mr James Underwood, draper and tea dealer, Warwick, where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Mrs Henderson, of Shillahill, Lockerby, relict of Capt. Henderson, of the Hon. East India Company's service, aged 39.
HENDERSON/CAMPBELL, Agnes - D28/7/1847 - Here, at Lewis Street, on the 28th inst., very suddenly, Agnes Henderson, wife of Mr Wm. Campbell, postmaster, aged 2(7) years.
HENDERSON, David - D18/12/1843 - At Little Milton of Urr, on the 18th curt., David, son of Mr Thomas Henderson, mason, Dunscore Kirk.
HENDERSON/(MORRISON), Elizabeth - in the WFP D18/3/1847 - ?????? ?? years, Elizabeth (Morrison), wife of Mr Moses Henderson. (There is a fold in the paper over the first part of the notice that makes the first part impossible to read and her maiden name a bit of a guess)
HENDERSON, James - D23/8/1845 - At Minnyhive, on the 23d inst., Mr James Henderson, merchant, advanced in years.
HENDERSON, Janet - D1/1/1853 - At Darskilpine, on the 1st inst., Janet Henderson, aged 19 years. She was a pious, dutiful daughter, and much respected.
HENDERSON, Jessie - D28/10/1843 - At Dumfries, on Saturday last, Jessie, infant daughter of Mr Hugh Henderson, boot and shoemaker.
HENDERSON, Joseph - D4/4/1843 - At St. Andrew Street, Dumfries, on the 4th instant, Mr Joseph Henderson, tallow-chandler, in his 78th year.
HENDERSON, John - D26/11/1844 - At Penpont, on the 26th ult., Mr John Henderson, cooper.
HENDERSON, John - D4/11/1845 - At Sanquhar, on the 4th instant, in the 83d year of his age, Mr John Henderson, late parochial teacher and session clerk, there - fulfilling these offices with approbation for the lengthened period of 55 years.
HENDERSON, John - D28/2/1889 - At Shennanton, Kirkcowan, on the 28th February, John Henderson, aged 60 years.
HENDERSON, Robt. - D28/10/1844 - At Troon, on the 28th ult., Robt. Henderson, shoemaker, aged 39 years.
HENDERSON, William - D9/2/1855 - On the 9th instant in Cornwall street, Liverpool, aged 43 Mr William Henderson, ---officer of the ship Jem-------- Cur--------, and late of Wigtown, Scotland.
HENDRIE, Mr - D29/3/1845 - At Highfield, near Ayr, on the 29th ult., Mr Hendrie, farmer there.
HENDRY, David - D22/2/1845 - At Ardrossan, on the 22nd inst., Mr David Hendry, engineer, in the 79th year of his age.
HENDRY/MAULE, Margaret - D4/12/1844 - At Saltcoats, on the 4th inst., Margaret Hendry, wife of Mr Alex.H. Maule, painter.
HENNAN, Mary Fulton - D27/7/1878 - Here, at 27 Sheuchan Street, on the 27th ult., Mary Fulton, aged 5 years, daughter of Mr Thomas Hennan.
HENNEY, Ann - D22/2/1843 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 22nd curt, Ann Henney, in the prime of life.
HENRY/MARSHALL, Catherine - D14/9/1875 - At Torhousemuir, parish of Wigtown, on the 14th inst., Catherine Henry, aged 85 years, widow of Mr Clymont Marshall.HENRY, David - D21/11/1883 - At Muir cottage, Castle-Douglas, on the 21st inst., David Henry, fifth son of the late Samuel Henry, aged 23 years.
HENRY, David - D21/11/1883 - At Muir cottage, Castle-Douglas, on the 21st inst., David Henry, fifth son of the late Samuel Henry, aged 23 years.
HENRY/MORRISON, Euphemia - D6/1/1861 - Here, at Stoneykirk Road, on the 6th instant, Euphemia Morrison, wife of Andrew Henry, aged 25 years. (Euphemia as per Meg)
HENRY, George Rae - D19/10/1846 - At Academy Street, Dumfries, on the 19th ultimo, Mr George Rae Henry, draper.
HENRY/COID, Helen - D11/3/1878 - At St. John Street, Creetown, on the 11th inst., Helen Coid, wife of James Henry, aged 60 years.
HENRY, Hugh - D26/3/1878 - At Dumfries, on the 26th inst., Mr Hugh Henry, gamekeeper, Drummore, Campbelltown, aged 63 years.
HENRY, Hugh - D30/11/1891 - Here, at 17, Glebe Street, on the 30th ult., Hugh Henry.
HENRY, James - D15/7/1845 - We have to record the death of James Henry, Esq., of Auchenleck, in the parish of Rerwick, on Tuesday morning last week. He had attended Castle-Douglas market, and returned home in his wonted good health. A few hours afterwards, he was seized with a sudden illness, and before medical aid could be obtained, he had breathed his last. He was highly respected, and is much regretted by his family, and a wide circle of friends.
HENRY/BROWN, 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.
HENRY/BROWN, 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.
HENRY, John Sr. - D27/1/1844 -At Sandbed, Dryfesdale, on the 27th ult., Mr John Henry, sen..
HENRY, John - D10/2/1855 - At Gatehouse, on the 10th ult., John Henry, Back street. Same day, Mrs Templeton. Same day, John M'Kay. On the 13th Peter M'Connel.
HENRY/COWAN, Margaret - D30/10/1867 - At Clendry , Inch, on the 30th instant, Margaret Cowan, wife of Mr Hugh Henry, bower, aged 33 years. Friends will please accept of this intimation.
HENRY, Samuel - D21/12/1882 - At Muir cottage, Castle-Douglas, on the 21st ult., Samuel Henry, aged 61 years.
HENRY, Thomas - D31/3/1845 - At Girvan Mains, on the 31st ultimo, Thomas, aged ten months, son of Mr Adam Henry, bower, there.
HENRY, Thomas - D4/9/1847 - At Lag, parish of Girthon, on the 4th inst., in his 22d year, Thomas, son of Mr Samuel Henry, farmer, there.
HENRY, William - D21/11/1844 - At Corseyard, Borgue, on the 21st curt, aged 84, Mr William Henry, formerly of Low Muncraig, who was extensively known, and very highly respected.
HENRY, Wm. - D14/1/1853 - At Blair, parish of Stoneykirk, on the 14th instant, Mr Wm. Henry, tailor, aged 27 years.
HENRY, William - D6/12/1891 - Here, at Low Larg, on the 6th inst. William Henry, aged 65 years.
HENRYSON, Anne - D15/3/1846 - At Edinburgh, on the 15th inst., Anne, relict of Captain John Henryson, Royal Engineers.
HENRYSON/CAIRD, Margaret - D14/3/1863 - At Nice, on the 14th inst., after a trying illness of long duration, Margaret (H)enryson, wife of James Caird, Esq M.P.. (Marriage of James Caird to Margaret Henryson on Feb 5, 1843 at Kirkinner as per IGI)
H(K)ENYAN, Jane - D18/9/1884 - At 15 West Street, ---e View Buildings, Glasgow, on the 18th inst., --------- Jane, second daughter of Mr John Henyan, (Kenyan) late of Isle of Whithorn.
HEPBURN, William - D12/3/1847 - At Kildonnan, parish of Kirkmaiden, on the 12th inst., after four days' illness, William Hepburn, aged 59 years - much regretted. He was an elder in the Established and Free churches of said parish above twenty years.
HERON, Mrs - D16/3/1847 - At Heuch Park, Old Luce, on the 16th inst., Mrs Heron, aged 93 years.
HERON, Alexander - D9/6/1851 - At Ancaster, North America, on the 9th June, Alexander, son of Mr Samuel Heron, farmer, Mark of Lochronald, parish of Kirkcown, Wigtownshire, aged 21 years.
HERON, Andrew - in the WFP 27/11/1879 - "On Tuesday morning last a fishing boat with three men left the harbour for the purpose of lifting their lines. When a short distance north of Cairnryan Point, a sudden squall from the hills struck the boat which immediately filled and went down. Two of the men named Alex Edgar and Andrew Heron, after swimming a short distance sank and were drowned. They were both natives of Stranraer and married. The other man, named James Polland, got hold of an oar and some pieces of wood by the aid of which he succeeded in keeping himself afloat until recovered by the crew of a Kirkcolm fishing boat." (From the WFP Arcives 27th November, 1879 "THE WAY WE WERE" Compiled by Andrew Hamilton)
HERON, Annie - D19/2/1864 - At Portwilliam, on the 19th ult., Miss Annie Heron, aged 27 years.
HERON, Anthony - D10/8/1846 - At Gatehouse, on the 10th inst., at the venerable age of 88 years, Mr Anthony Heron, who for 57 years was farmer in Drumwall, parish of Girthon, and was an elder in said parish for about 45 years. He has left an aged widow, with whom he had lived in harmony nearly three score and ten years.
HERON/M’MIN, Elizabeth - D10/4/1843 - At Whithorn, on the Monday week, aged 28, Elizabeth M'Min, wife of Andrew Heron, labourer.
HERON/WILSON, Helen - D10/11/1845 - At New Galloway, on the 10th inst., aged 94 years, Helen Heron, relict of John Wilson, late of Trochiehouse, parish of Kells, and mother to the present minister of Balmaclellan. What her rank in the society of mind was, may be inferred from the appellative "Lady Wilson," by which title she was deservedly and generally known.
HERON, James - D29/9/1843 - At Cirencester, Gloucestershire, on the 29th ult., in the prime of life, Mr James Heron, grocer and tea-dealer.
HERON, James - D2/1/1844 - At March-hill, Dumfries, on the 2d curt., James Heron, student of medicine, in the 23d year of his age.
HERON, James - D8/4/1846 - At Paradise, Broompark, of Glenluce, on the 8th inst., Mr James Heron, aged 88. He lived respected, and died regretted.
HERON, James - D19/2/1864 - At Elrig Villag;e, on the 19th ult., Mr James Heron, advanced in years.
HERON/GORDON, Jane - D8/7/1855 - At Begbie, parish of Kirkmabreck, on the 8th instant, Jane Heron, wife of James Gordon, late in Clauchread, aged 72 years
HERON/M’TEAR, Joanna - D1/2/1867 - At Kirkmaiden, on the 1st instant, Joanna (Joanne) M'Tear, Relict of William Heron, Esq., Broompark, Old-Luce, aged 65 years. Friends will please accept of this intimation.
HERON, Joanna - D27/11/1861 - At Stairhaven, Old Luce, on the 27th ult., Joanna Heron, aged 16 months, youngest child of James Heron, Esq..
HERON, John - D17/12/1844 - At Broompark, Glenluce, on the 17th inst., John, aged 14 months, son of Mr William Heron.
HERON, John - D14/1/1867 - On board of the R.M. Steamship, La Plata, on the 14th January John Heron Esq., purser, only son of the late Captain J. Heron, Glasserton, Wigtownshire.
HERON, John - D14/9/1867 - At Stairhaven, Oldluce, on the 14th instant, of hooping cough, John, infant son of Mr Alexander Heron.
HERON, John - D25/5/1870 - At Newton-Stewart, on the 25th ult., after a lengthened illness, Mr John Heron, shoemaker, aged 47 years. - Deeply regretted.
HERON, Margaret - D3/9/1846 - At the house of her brother in law, John J. Thomson, Esq., Provincial Bank of Ireland, Bandon on the 3d inst., Margaret, third daughter of the late John Heron, Esq., of Ingleston, Kirkcudbright.
HERON/GRIERSON, Mary - D3/12/1846 - At Gatehouse, on the 3d inst., after a protracted illness, Mary Grierson, relict of the late Anthony Heron, aged 76 years.
HERON, Samuel - D24/4/1844 - At Creebridge, Minnygaff, on the 24th ult., Mr Samuel Heron, aged 62. The deceased served under Wellington during the Peninsular war.
HERON/NEIL, Susanna - D18/4/1867 - At Ardwell Inn, Stoneykirk, on the 18th instant, Susanna Neil, the beloved wife of Mr James Heron - leaving a young family to mourn her loss. - Friends will please accept of this intimation.
HERON, William - D20/4/1843 - At Boghouse, Mochrum, on the 20th ult., Mr William Heron, aged 78 years - much and deservedly regretted.
HERON, William - D12/6/1852 - At Benfield, parish of Penningham, on the morning of the 12th inst., Mr William Heron, late farmer in Barvennan, at the advanced age of 95 years.
HERON, William - D17/5/1855 - At Gatehouse of Fleet, on the 17th instant, William Heron, aged 82 years, formerly in the farm of Drumwall.
HERRIES/RAE, Elizabeth - D25/7/1844 - At same place (Kirkcudbright), on the 25th ult., Elizabeth Herries, wife of Mr John Rae, aged 41 years.
HERRIES, James - D9/10/1846 - At Thornhill, on the 9th ult., James Herries, Esq., surgeon, aged 54 years.
HERRIES, John - D1/7/1847 - At Burnside, here, this morning, Mr John Herries, aged 74 years. The deceased was an efficient elder in the Free church, and was greatly esteemed as an honest and upright man.
HERRIES/SPROAT, Mary - D19/2/1843 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 19th curt, Mary Sproat, relict of Mr Joseph Herries, and sister of Mr John Sproat, late merchant, Kirkcudbright.
HERRIES, William - D17/7/1844 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 17th ult., William Herries, ship carpenter, in his 90th year. He was a descendant of the House of Herries of the Corra, whose chief conducted Queen Mary from the battle of Langside to Galloway.
HERRON/RAMSAY, Margaret - D10/11/1847 - Here, on the 10th inst., Margaret Herron, aged 65, wife of Mr Gilbert Ramsay, late of Hollowshean.
HERVY, George - D4/1/18947 - At Longholm on the 4th instant, Mr George Hervy aged 79 years.
HETHERINGTON/NICHOLSON, Ellen - D4/5/1843 - At Clarencefield, on the 4th inst., Ellen Nicholson, spouse of James Hetherington, blacksmith there.
HETHERINGTON, Francis Irving - D18/2/1845 - At Lochmaben, on the 18th inst., Mr Francis Irving Hetherington aged 23 years - much regretted.
HEUGHAN, Janet - D28/7/1845 - At Wigtown, on the 28th instant, Mrs Janet Heughan, midwife, aged 42 years.
HEUGHAN, Robert- D19/12/1843 - At Glenluce, on the 19th inst., Mr Robert Heughan, aged 73.
HEUGHAN, Robert - D23/9/1863 - By the arrival of the foreign mail at Dalbeattie, letters, dated New Zealand, 23d September, were received by Mr William Heughan, smith, conveying the painful intelligence of the death of his eldest son, Robert Heughan, who was shot on the 7th Sept. along with two other Europeans - Mr Armitage, resident magistrate of the district, and Mr Strand, carpenter - in a sudden and unexpected attack made upon them by a band of hostile natives. It is only about eighteen months since young Mr Heughan left his native parish to seek a home in the distant colony. Since after his arrival there, a native chief came down to make application to the governor for a resident mechanic and engineer for his district. At the first interview, his prepossessing appearance and affable manner at once gained the esteem and affection of the chief, and he immediately received the appointment, with a monthly bounty in addition to the regular proceeds of his profession. After the country had become unsettled and hostilities with the natives were imminent, Mr Heughan was appointed clerk and assistant to Mr Armitage, with whom he was ever afterwards associated, and in whose company he was acting in the discharge of duty when the sad event occurred that terminated his useful life at the early age of 23. From a child, the deceased was remarkable for exactness of disposition and a gentle and winning manner. As years increased the early graces of youth knew no decay, but grew firmer and more beautiful, united to talent, thorough intergrity , and a maturity of Christian character rarely exemplified. Three letters - two from British settlers, and one from a native chief - brought the melancholy tidings; they breathe the deepest Christian sympathy, and speak of the deceased as a brother whom to know was only to love. The communication from the chief is particularly ad ------- in lamenting the death of his "dear friend" mourning "that he will see no more" the youth he loved. "who died carrying out the good intentions of the governor." To the deeply distressed family mourning this great calamity, it must be an ingredient of greatest comfort in their bitter cup of sorrow to know that their beloved son has struck a chord of grief in many a heart, and called forth the deepest sympathies of all who knew him; but best of all in the consolation derived from their well grounded hope that their loss is his eternal gain. (inserted in the WFP Jan 7, 1864)
HEW, Helen - D5/2/1845 - At Saltcoats, on the 5th inst., Helen, second daughter of Mr John Hew, cloth merchant, there.
HEW-----, Sarah - D22/4/1868 - At 12 Agnew Crescent, on th 22d inst. Sarah Hew-- aged 68 years.
HEWAT, Wm. S. - D16/9/1846 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 16th ult., Wm. S. Hewat, youngest son of Mr Richard Hewat, writer, there, aged 4 months.
HEWETSON, George - D3/9/1874 - At 28 Victoria Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 3rd inst., George Hewetson, Esq., farmer, Risk, aged 38 years.
HEWETSON, (H)arriet - D16/7/1878 - At Oakbank, Newton-Stewart, on the 16th inst., (H)arriet, third daughter of the late George Hewetson, Esq., Risk and Auchenlick.
HEWITSON/WRIGHT, Mary - D17/4/1846 - At Dalmellington, on the 17th instant, Mary Wright, wife of Mr James Hewitson, aged 70.
HEYWOOD, Anne - D6/11/1843 - At Gatehouse, on the 6th inst., Mrs Anne Heywood, aged 45 years, wife of Mr Henry Heywood, manager of the Cotton Mills there.
HIGGINS, Mary - D29/3/1878 - At 72 Waterloo Road, Liverpool, on the 29th ult., Mrs Mary Higgins, formerly of Newton-Stewart, Wigtownshire.
HIGHET, Mary - D27/9/1867 - At Garliestown, on the 27th ult., Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Highet, aged 5 1/2 years.
HIGHET, Mary - D27/9/1867 - At Garliestown, on the 27th ultimo, Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Highet, aged 5 years and a half. (In the WFP17/10/67)
HILL, Amelia Louisa Noel - D6/6/1850 - At Westborne Street, Hyde Park Gardens, on the 6th instant, the Hon. Amelia Louisa Noel Hill, youngest sister of the late Right Hon. and Rev. Lord Berwick.
HILL/GOUDIE, Elizabeth - D29/11/1847 - At Port-Logan, on the 29th ult., Elizabeth Goudie, wife of James Hill, blacksmith there.
HILL, Mrs. James - D10/4/1843 - At Port Logan, on the 10th inst., the wife of Mr James Hill, blacksmith, Mrs Hill gave birth to a twin infant on Sunday last, and, having no medical attendant, she lingered until the evening of the 10th inst., and died before giving birth to the other infant. - Cor.
HILL, Janet - D6/12/1847 - At Port-Logan, on the 6th inst., Janet, aged 2 years, daughter of James Hill, blacksmith there.
HILL/WALLACE, Mary - D2/5/1844 - At Girvillan, parish of New-Luce, on the 2d inst., after a painful illness, borne with great patience and resignation, Mary Hill, relict of Mr Wallace, farmer.
HILL/SHIELDS, Mary - D7/10/1847 - At Drumore, on the 7th inst., (ult.) Mary Hill, wife of William Shields, joiner, in prime of life.
HILL, Mary Anne - D21/3/1844 - At Helensborough, on the 21st ult., Mary Anne Hill, relict of Dr Henry David Hill Professor of Greek in the University of St. Andrew's.
HILL, Robert - D10/5/1846 - On Sabbath morning, 10th inst., Robert Hill, Esq., writer, aged fifty-four, long known in Stirling as one of its most respectable
inhabitants, and most extensively employed legal practitioners.
HILL, Private William - D31/10/1914 - Killed in action on 31st October, 1914, Private William Hill, 2nd Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers, son of Mrs Alex. Hill, Cults, Castle-Kennedy, and late of Portwilliam, aged 21 years." When on the field of battle, He calmly took his place: He fought and died for Britain, And the honour of his race."
HINDMARSH, Annabella - D19/10/1867 - At Newton Stewart, on the 19th inst. Annabella, aged 11 years, daughter of Mr John Hindmarsh, Carrier.
HINDS, Emily Jane - D16/7/1878 - At 38 Arthur Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 16th inst., after a long illness, Emily Jane, aged 29 years -----est daughter of Mr John Hinds, painter.
HISLOP/FAULDS, Elizabeth - D30/9/1843 - At Beigh, Ayrshire, on the 30th ultimo, Elizabeth Faulds, wife of John Hislop, Esq., there. Her death is much lamented by a wide circle of friends. She was a steady and consistent Christian, and daily sought the promotion of the Redeemer's kingdom on earth; her life was blessed and happy, and her end was peace. Being the founder and patron of several benevolent and charitable institutions the poor have, by her death, lost a kind and charitable friend.
HITCHELL, William - D31/12/1843 - At Borgue Kirk, on the 31st ult., Mr William Hitchell, carrier, advanced in life.
HOBBS/MAITLAND, Mary - D4/7/1846 - At Meadowbanks, New Galloway, on the 4th inst., aged 47, Mrs Mary Hobbs, relict of Lieutenant Colonel John Hobbs, R.E. and eldest daughter of the late Rev. John Garlies Maitland of Fairgirth, Minister of Minnigaff.
HODGSON, W.F. - D23/3/1874 - At 7 Fort Street, Ayr, on the 23rd ult. Mr W.F. Hodgson, druggist.
HOGARTH, Mrs - D19/3/1874 - At 16 Gayfield Square, Edinburgh, the residence of her daughter, on the 19th inst. Mrs Hogarth aged --years. Friends will please accept this late intimation.
HOGG, James - D1/7/1846 - At Quarrelwood Manse, Kirkmahoe, on the 1st inst., James, youngest son of the late Rev. David Hogg.
HOGG/HADDON, Margaret - D25/3/1843 - At Dumfries on the 25th ult. Mrs Margaret Haddon, relict of Mr Thomas Hogg, late stamp-master.
HOGG, Mary - D9/7/1855 - On the 9th inst., at Hallowton, (Hillowton) Castle Douglas, Mary eldest daughter of Mr Charles Hogg, nursery and seedsman, Hallowton (Hillowton).
HOGG, Mary - D1/9/1887 - At High Currochtrie, Kirkmaiden, on the 1st inst., Mary, eldest daughter of Robert Hogg, Riccarton, Kilmarnock, aged 16 years.
HOGG, Robt. - D13/3/1844 - At his house, Yarrow Fens, on the 13th inst., Mr Robt. Hogg, in the 94th year of his age.
HOGGAN, Andrew - D7/1/1843 - At Scalehill, Tundergarth, on the 7th curt., Mr Andrew Hoggan, at an advanced age.
HOLDING, Donald - D13/3/1874 - Here, at Trade Street, on the 13th inst. Mr Donald Holding, sherriff officer, aged 62 years.
HOLLIS/CALLAN, Ann - D18/9/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 18th instant, Ann Callan, wife of Edmund Hollis, aged 63 years.
HOLL(OWAY), J. - D22/4/1868 - At 3 St Andrew Street, on the 22d inst., J. Holl(oway), aged 21 months.
HOLMES, Gilbert - D4/12/1844 - At Colmonell Village, on the 4th inst., Mr Gilbert Holmes, blacksmith, after a lingering illness.
HOLMES/COOK, Margaret - D3/11/1845 - On Monday last, at the residence of her brother, Henry Holmes, Esq., Ever-on-brow, Mrs Margaret Cook, aged 65 years, relict of the late Colin Cook, Esq., of the Isle of Whithorn.
HOLSON, William - D6/6/1844 - At New Langholm, on the 6th inst., Mr William Holson, aged 78 years.
HOME, Dr. James - D5/12/1844 - At Edinburgh, on the 5th inst., aged 84, Dr James Home, late Professor of the Practice of Physic, in Ordinary to the Queen for Scotland.
HONARTH/BARRETT, Elizabeth - D21/6/1845 - at Wigtown, on the 21st inst., Elizabeth Honarth, wife of Mr John Barrett, aged 52 years.
HOOD, Catherine - D5/4/1848 - In Queen Street, here, on the 5th inst. Catherine, daughter of Mr John Hood, aged 23 years.
HOOD, Elizabeth - D4/12/1845 - At Queen Street, this day, Elizabeth Hood, aged 11 years, mentioned in our last as having been severely burned.
HOOD/NELSON, Janet - D26/3/1848 - In Greenvale Street, Stranraer, on the 26th ult. Janet Nelson, spouse of Charles Hood, gunner, (Hon) E.I.C.S. Killapore, aged 41 years.
HOOD, Thomas - D13/3/1844 - At St Michael's Lodge, near Dumfries, on the 13th inst., Thomas Hood of Hollybush - aged 19 years.
HOOKE, Thomas - D22/4/1845 - At Newark, on the 22d ult., at the house of Mr James Kirkpatrick, draper, and tea dealer, of small pox, Thomas Hooke, aged 18 years, - a native of Balmaghie.
HOPE, Charles - D3/7/1845 - At Dalblair House, Ayr, on the 3d inst. in the 14th year of his age, Charles Hope, of Rugby School, eldest son of the Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland.
HOPE, Lieutenant Charles William - D24/3/1844 - At 20, Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, on the 24th ult., Lieutenant Charles William Hope, Royal Engineers, youngest son of the late Lieutenant-General Sir John Hope.
HOPE, James - D1/12/1846 - At Langholm, on the 1st inst., Mr James Hope, tallow chandler, aged 76.
HOPE, James - D15/7/1853 - At No. 2 Lakeham Terrace, Norwich, on the 15th ultimo, James Hope, Esq., who for the last 26 years was established in that city as a cattle salesman or commission agent.
HOPE, Jean Anston - D10/12/1843 - At Cargen Waterhead, on the 10th curt., Jean Anston Hope, daughter of Mr John Hope, Cowie - much and deservedly regretted.
HOPE/WATSON, Margaret - D4/3/1844 - At Langholm, on the 4th inst, Margaret Watson, relict of Charles Hope, portioner there, aged 97 years.
HOPE, Mary Ann - D18/8/1847 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 18th ult., Mary Ann, infant daughter of Mr Thomas M. Hope.
HOPE/DOWIE(DOURIE), Mary Ann - D8/8/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 8th inst., Mary Ann Dowie (Dourie) widow of Sergeant Hope, late of Callender.
HOPE, Peter - D6/12/1843 - At Troqueer Gate, on the 6th curt., Mr Peter Hope, dairyman, advanced in years.
HOPE, Thomas - D6/3/1845 - At Moor Cottage, Rigg of Gretna, on the 6th curt., Mr Thomas Hope, farmer, aged 79 - much respected.
HOPE, Walter - D12/7/1844 - At Langholm, on the 12th inst., at the advanced age of 77 years, Mr Walter Hope, merchant - highly respected, and deeply regretted.
HOPSON/M’CREATH, Margaret - D4/6/1852 - At Ruglen, parish of Dailly, on the 4th instant, Margaret M'Creath, wife of Mr James Hopson, forester, to Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran - much regretted.
HORNAL, Jane - D25/1/1844 - At Lockerbie, on the 25th ult., Jane, youngest daughter of Mr John Hornal, mason.
HORNALL, Henrietta - D15/9/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 15th inst., Henrietta Hornall, aged 55 - a poor blind creature, beloved by all who knew her for her innocent character and grateful conduct.
HORNCASTLE, George - in the WFP 7/11/1844 - At his residence, Tavistock Place, London, Mr George Horncastle, the celebrated vocalist.
HORNELL, James - D24/4/1846 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 24th inst., Mr James Hornell, grocer - much respected.
HORNER/HANNAH, Janet - D29/1/1878 - At Whithorn, on the 29th ult., Janet Hannah, widow of William Horner, aged 7- years. (Janet was 71. Died Whithorn entry #7 as per Meg)
HORNER, Janet - D5/2/1887 - At Craig Farm, Ponty------, Monmouthshire, on the 5th inst., Janet, eldest daughter of the late John Horner, and grand-daughter of the late William Horner, Cairndoon, Glasserton, aged (25?) years.
HOSSACK/M'COWAN, Margaret - D22/10/1844 - Suddenly, on the 22d inst., at Ardrishaig Point, Lochgilphead, Margaret Hossack, wife of Mr John M'Cowan, schoolmaster, Ardnamurchan, when on their passage from Glasgow.
HOTCHKIS, John - D11/8/1845 - At the Moat House, Dumfries, on the 11th inst., John, eldest son of James Hotchkis, Esq..
HOUSTON, Andrew - D23/9/1843 - At Blackbriggs, parish of Borgue, on the 23d ult., very suddenly, aged 82 years, Mr Andrew Houston, who was much respected.
HOUSTON/M’CONCHIE, Grace - D3/7/1847 - At Barrhill, near Gatehouse, on the 3d instant, after a lingering illness, Mrs Grace Houston, wife of Mr Hugh M'Conchie, aged 57.*(* I can only suggest that he had married a widow)
HOUSTON, James - D5/2/1844 - At Tongland Village, on the 5th inst., Mr James Houston, late farmer in Chapple, aged 67.
HOUSTON/M’CONCHIE, Jane - D2/7/1847 - At Barrhill, near Gatehouse, on the 2d curt., advanced in years, Jane Houston, wife of Mr Hugh M'Conchie.
HOUSTON/DONNAN, Janet L. -D14/3/1850 - At the house of her son, Largo Place, Glasgow, on the 14th instant, Janet L. Houston, aged 78 years, relict of Mr Alexander Donnan, Newton, Ayr, and eldest daughter of the late Mr James Houston, long one of the magistrates of Girvan.
HOUSTON/SWORD, Mary - D29/2/1844 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 29th ult., after a brief illness, aged 72, Mrs Mary Sword, widow of Mr John Houston, late innkeeper, Castlesod - much respected.
HOUSTON/FLEMING, Mary Ann - D8/5/1870 - At 54 Glebe Street, on the 8th inst., Mary Ann Fleming, aged 52 years, relict of Mr Andrew Houston, shoemaker.
HOWARD, William - D25/1/1843 - On the (24)th ult., aged 82 years. the Hon. W. How(???) brother of the Earl of Carlisle, and formerly M.P. (for) Morpeth. (William Howard brother of the 6th Earl of Carlisle born December 25, 1781 - January 25, 1843 as per the peerage.com)
HOWARD, Mrs Charles - D5/9/1843 - On Tuesday last, in Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London, the Hon. Mrs Charles Howard.
HOWAT, Charles Douglas - D12/5/1843 - At the residence of his brother in-law, Mr David Martin, Kingston, Canada, on the 12th of May last, Charles Douglas, youngest son of the late Convener Howat, Dumfries. (Also entered as Douglas, Charles)
HOWAT, James - D15/3/1843 - At Guildhall of Kirkconnel, on the 15th inst., John, youngest son of Mr James Howat, aged two years.
HOWAT, Mrs Robert - D11/10/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 11th inst., after a few day's illness, Mrs Robert Howat, relict of Mr Howat, late wine and spirit merchant, Dumfries.
HOWDEN, Charles - D11/1/1846 - At Boggs, East Lothian, on the 11th inst., Mr Charles Howden, farmer there.
HOWE, Charles Clapperton - D28/1/1844 - At New Orleans, on 28th January last, aged 24, Charles Clapperton Howe, a native of Annan, and nephew to Clapperton the African traveller.
HOWE/ARMSTRONG, Jane - D28/4/1843 - At Clarencefield Cottage, on the 28th ult., Mrs Jane Howe, relict of Edward Armstrong, Esq., late of Hook.
HOWETSON, Mrs Robert - D27/12/1842 - At Auchencairn, on the 27th ult., Mrs Robert Howatson.
HOWIE, John - D23/7/1845 - At Row, on the 23d instant, Mr John Howie, builder, Kilmarnock, aged 70 years.
HUDDLESTON, Robert - D19/12/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 19th instant, in the (53)d year of his age, Mr Robert Huddleston, smith and veterinary-surgeon.
HUDSON, John - D14/2/1843 - At Glengar--- on the 14th inst., Mr John Hudson, farmer there, aged 92 years.
HUGHAN, Grace - D4/2/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 4th curt., Grace Hughan, aged 59 years.
HUGHAN, Lady Louisa - D18/2/1843 - At her house, 33, Grosvenor Place, on the 18th ult., after a short illness, the Right Hon. Lady Louisa Hughan, the beloved wife of Thomas Hughan, Esq., and sister of his Grace the Duke of St. Albans.
HUGHES, Mrs - D28/3/1846 - At Port-William, on the 28th ult., Mrs Robertson, aged 27; and, same day, Agnes Maxell, after a long illness; also, at an advanced age, Mrs Hughes.
HUGHES, Laurence - D17/12/1883 - Here, at the Grapes Inn, Bridge Street, on the 17th inst., Laurence Hughes, - deeply regretted. - R.I.P.
HUGHES, Margaret - D3/10/1867 - At Castle Sinniness, on the 3d instant, of consumption, borne with exemplary patience and resignation, Margaret daughter of Mr William Hughes, aged 16 years.
HUME, David - D7/5/1845 - At Wigtown, on the 7th inst., suddenly, David Hume, ostler at Craig inn, aged 29 years.
HUME, James - D4/1/1843 - At Bridge of Bladenoch, on the 4th inst., after a few days' illness, Mr James Hume, officer of excise, aged 33.
HUME/NEILSON, Maryann - D4/1/1845 - In St. David Street, Dumfries, on the 4th inst., in the 22d year of her age, Maryann Neilson, adopted daughter of Mrs Hume, - much respected by all that knew her.
HUMPHREYS, Agnes - D15/4/1878 - At Douloch, Kirkcolm, on the 15th inst., Agnes Humphreys, aged 43 years.
HUMPHREYS, Edward - D2/6/1847 - Here, at Neptune Street, on the 2d inst., Mr Edward Humphreys, printer, aged 40 years.
HUMPHREYS, Sarah - D26/4/1845 - At Clayhole, here, on the 26th ult., Sarah Humphreys, aged 26 years.
HUMPHREYS, Thomas - D6/7/1878 - At Balgreen, on the 6th inst., Thomas Humphreys, aged 45 years - the result of an accident.
HUNAM/GRAHAM, Janet - D26/7/1844 - At New Langholm, on the 26th ult., Margaret Graham, spouse of Thomas Hunam, aged 34 years.
HUNTER, Dr Adam - D22/6/1843 - On the 22d ult., at Brompton, Middlesex, in the (49)th year of his age, Adam Hunter, Esq., M.D., of Park Place, Leeds. Dr Hunter, in early life, settled in Leeds, and for many years held the important office of Physician to the General Infirmary, House of Recovery (Fever Hospital), and Public Dispensary, and also that of Lecturer on the Practice of Physic in the Leeds School of Medicine which appointment he was compelled, by declining health, to resign. He was author of a work of considerable merit on the "Mineral Waters of Harrowgate". He also took a very active part in the original formation and ??? & support of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, and the Leeds Mechanics' Institution. Dr Hunter was a native of Tynron, Dumfries-shire.
LAWRIE, Laura Louisa - D4/7/1843 - At Cassencarrie House, on the 4th current, Laura Louisa, infant daughter of the Rev. Dr Lawrie.
HUNTER/LOUNAN, Agnes - D23/11/1845 - At Kirk Port, Ayr, on the 23d inst., Agnes Hunter, relict of Mr Lounan, farmer, Mains of Cloncaird, aged 66.
HUNTER/MURRAY, Agnes - D9/5/1865 - At Cairnryan, on the 9th inst. aged 79 years, Agnes Murray, relict of Mr William Hunter. Friends will please accept of this intimation.
HUNTER, Agnes - D2/1/1883 - At Upper Dinvin, Protpatrick, on the 2nd inst., Agnes Hunter, aged 72 years.
HUNTER/McMYN, Ann - D29/1/1843 - At Barnspark, Crossmichael, on the 29th ultimo, Ann Hunter, wife of Mr Thomas M'Myn, aged 64.
HUNTER, Arabella - D4/11/1847 - At Kirkowen village, on the 4th inst., Arabella, wife of Mr Thomas Hunter, aged 35.
HUNTER, Rev. Archibald - D8/9/1844 - At the Manse of Kirkpatrick-Fleming, on the 8th inst., the Rev. Archibald Hunter, minister of that parish -
deeply regretted. Friends will please accept this intimation.
HUNTER/SELLARS, Barbara - D6/4/1889 - Here, at 3 Victoria Place, on the 6th inst., Barbara Sellars, relict of Robert Hunter, farmer, aged 89 years.
HUNTER, Eliza - D5/1/1843 - At Whitelees, near Stranraer, on the 5th inst., Eliza Hunter, fourth daughter of the late Mr James Hunter, merchant, Stranraer.
HUNTER/HARDIE, Elizabeth Mary - D29/1/1847 - At Boyle, county of Roscommon of inflamation in the brain, on the 29th ultimo, aged 28 years, Elizabeth Mary Hardie, wife of Mr John Hunter, Draper there. The deceased was highly respected for her amiable charcter, and her death deeply regretted by all who knew her.
HUNTER, Gilbert - D30/8/1845 - At Glenluce, on the 30th ult., Gilbert, third son of William Hunter, Cairnryan.
HUNTER/DAVIDSON, H----- - D30/4/1868 - At Whiteleys, on the 30th inst., aged (95) years, H---- Davidson, relict of Mr James Hunter, late farmer (there).
HUNTER, Helen - D29/11/1891 - At Elliot Street, Glasgow, on the 29th ult., Helen, third daughter of the late Thomas Hunter, postmaster, Stoneykirk.
HUNTER, Mrs James - D28/4/1843 - At Mosside, parish of Dunscore, on the 28th ult., Mrs Hunter, wife of James Hunter, farmer there, aged 66 years.
HUNTER, James - in the WFP D15/6/1843 - At Burnfoot, Tynron, Mr James Hunter, aged 34, after a protracted illness of nearly seven years, borne with great fortitude and Christian resignation.
HUNTER, James - D20/9/1845 - At Hobart Town, Van Dieman's Land, on the 20th September last, James, eldest son of Mr James Hunter, late merchant, Stranraer, aged 32 years.
HUNTER/YOUNGER, Janet - D14/6/1843 - At 26, Drummond Place, Edinburgh, on the 14th inst., Mrs Janet Hunter, relict of William Younger, Esq., of Craigielands.
HUNTER, John Sr. - D11/2/1844 - At Madeira, on the 11th ult., Mr John Hunter, house-steward to the Right Hon, the Earl of Eglinton and Winton; and on the 13th inst., at Kidsnerick, Irvine, John, his second son , aged 7 years.
HUNTER, John Jr. - D13/3/1844 - At Madeira, on the 11th ult., Mr John Hunter, house-steward to the Right Hon. the Earl of Eglinton and Winton; and on the13th inst., at Kidsnerick, Irvine, John, his second son, aged 7 years.
HUNTER, John - D18/6/1844 - At Dumfries, on the 18th instant, at the house of his sisters, 54, High Street, John Hunter, painter, only surviving son of the late James Hunter.
HUNTER, John - D24/3/1878 - Here, at 44 Greenvale Street, on the 24th inst., John Hunter, aged 64 years.
HUNTER, John - D11/1/1881 - At King Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 11th inst., John, aged 2 1/2 years, second son of Mr Wm Hunter.
HUNTER, Mar(garet) - D9/4/1853 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 9th inst., Mar(garet), daughter of Mr Jas. Hunter, baker there.
HUNTER/FORSYTH, Mary - D31/1/1889 - At Ou(gh--) New Zealand,on January 31st, Mary, youngest daughter of the late William Hunter, Montford, Ardrossan, and wife of John Forsyth, False Inlet (Islet), New Zealand, in her 57 year.
HUNTER, Peter M’Tier - D1/6/1844 - At Gatehouse, on the 1st inst., after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian patience and resignation, Mr Peter M'Tier Hunter, aged 24 years, sincerely regretted by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.
HUNTER, Robert - D18/10/1846 - At Cheraw, South Carolina, U.S., on the 18th October Mr Robert Hunter, aged 54, youngest son of Mr Robert Hunter, late of Currah, parish of Dailly - much regretted.
HUNTER, Robert - D15/10/1870 - At Southland, New-Zealand, on the 15th Oct., (B?) Robert Hunter, second son of the late Mr Robert Hunter, Newfield.
HUNTER, Captain Ronald - D11/5/1845 - At Saltcoats, on the 11th instant, Captain Ronald Hunter.
HUNTER/DUFF, Sarah - D14/6/1887 - At 12 King Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 14th ult., Sarah Duff, relict of Wm Hunter, aged 34 years.
HUNTER, Thomas M.D. - D9/5/1844 - At Minnihive, on the 9th inst., very suddenly, Thomas Hunter, Esq., M.D. in the prime of life. By Dr. Hunter's premature death, the locality has lost a medical practitioner of the highest standing in the profession, and the poor a zealous and unwearied friend.
HUNTER, Thomas - D9/9/1852 - At Stoneykirk, on the 9th instant, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian resignation and fortitude, Mr Thomas Hunter, postmaster, in the 70th year of his age,. Deceased combined a liberal education with extensive information and a highly cultivated mind, which rendered his society very entertaining; while his amiable manners and exemplary conduct rendered him agreeable to all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. He died regretted by a very extensive circle of friends - "Corres."
HUNTER, Thomas - D12/5/1860 - At Kirkcowan, on the 12th inst., Thomas, aged 3 years, son of Mr Thomas Hunter, innkeeper.
HUNTER, Walter - D2/5/1844 - At Salford, Manchester, on the 2d instant, Mr Walter Hunter, cabinet-maker, only son of Mr James Hunter, Carlisle, in the 27th year of his age.
HUNTER, Wm. - D24/5/1843 - At Singapore, on the 24th May last, from the bursting of a blood vessel, Wm. Hunter, a native of Carlaverock, second mate of the ship "George Armstrong" of Liverpool, aged 22 years.
HUNTER, William - D26/12/1852 - At Girvan, on the 26th inst., William Hunter, currier, third son of Mr John Hunter, 14 Mill Street, Ayr.
HUTCHESON/BROWN, Jane - D1/6/1852 - At Maybole, on the 1st instant, Jane Hutchison, wife of William Brown, Esq., banker there.
HUTCHESON, Mrs. John - D30/3/1869 - At Kirkcowan, on the 30th ult., very suddenly, the wife of Mr John Hutcheson, draper.
HUTCHESON, William - D25/12/1863 - At Kilterson, by Kirkcowan, on the 25th untimo, ..... (Alex)ander, second son of Mr William Hutcheson, farmer, aged four years.
HUTCHISON, James - D3/8/1865 - Here, at St. John Street, on the 3d inst., James, aged 15 years, son of the late Mr James Hutchison, grocer.
HUTCHISON, Janet - D1-/2/1875 - Here, at Hanover Street, on the (1-)th inst., Janet Hutchison, aged (39) years.
HUTCHISON/SPENCER, Mary - D20/11/1843 - At Port-Glasgow, on the 20th inst., Mary Hutchison, wife of Capt. George Spencer there.
HUTCHISON, Thomas - D13/10/1845 - At Erie Lodge, Upper Canada, on the 13th October last, Mr Thomas Hutchison, eldest son of the late Mr Hutchison, Tinwald Mains.
HUTCHISON, Thomas - D14/8/1854 - At Kirkcowan, on the 14th curt, Thomas, infant son of Hugh Hutchison, Esq., draper.
HUTTON, Elizabeth - D19/6/1887 - At Church Street, Creetown, on the 19th inst., Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George Hutton.
HUTTON/BLAIND, Margaret - D2/6/1846 - At Dumfries, on the 2d inst., Margaret Hutton, spouse of Mr Samuel Blaind, shipowner.
HUTTON/DREW, Margaret - D26/4/1871 - At 24 St. John Street, on the 26th ult., Margaret Drew, aged 84 years, wife of Mr John Hutton, carter.
HUXTABLE, Archibald - D9/12/1843 - At Whithorn, on the 9th inst., Mr Archibald Huxtable, aged 33 years.
HYNDMAN, Henry - D19/9/1844 - At Goderich, Upper Canada, on the 19th Sept. last, Henry Hyndman, Esq., of Sunderston. Friends will please accept of this notification.
HYSLOP, Mrs - D6/3/1843 - At Greenlaw-offices, very suddenly on the 6th inst, Mrs Hyslop, advanced in life.
HYSLOP, Hannah - D3/3/1845 - At Wigan, on the 3d inst,. aged 15 years, Hannah, 2d daughter of James Hyslop, draper, Wigan.
HYSLOP/BLACKSTOCK, 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, Dumfres, a man of marked ability, professionally and otherwise, and the intimate friend of Robert Burns.
HYSLOP, James - D11/6/1887 - At St. John Street, Creetown, on the 11th inst., James Hyslop, aged 70 years, formerly of Glencorse.
HYSLOP/CRAIG, Janet - D28/3/1844 - At Midtown of Killylour, parish of Irongray, on the 28th ult., Mrs Janet Craig, wife of Mr Robert Hyslop, farmer there.
HYSLOP, John - D9/1/1867 - At Ancaster, Canada West, America, on the 9th ult., John Hyslop, eldest son of the late John Hyslop, Gatehouse-of-Fleet.
HYSLOP, John - D29/10/1867 - At Blair, parish of Colmonell, on the 29th ultimo, John Hyslop, aged 85 years.
HYSLOP, Samuel - D2/12/1866 - At New York, America, on the 2d December last, Samuel Hyslop, fourth son of the late John Hyslop, Gatehouse-of-Fleet.
HYSLOP, Samuel - D9/12/1858 - Here, on the 9th instant, Mr Samuel Hyslop, --- aged 84 years. He was much respected by all who knew him.
HYSLOP, Sarah - D30/11/1854 - At Wigan on the 30th ultimo, aged 22 years, Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr James Hyslop, draper. She was confined to bed for seven months and bore her sickness patiently and with a prayerful submission to the will of her Heavenly Father.
HYSLOP, Thomas - D8/7/1844 - At Sanquhar, on the 8th instant, Thomas Hyslop, in the prime of life.
HYSLOP, William Duncan - D20/5/1869 - At Isle of Whithorn, on the 20th ultimo, William Duncan Hyslop, infant son of Mr Andrew Hyslop, draper, aged (2) months.
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