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

IMRIE, Eliza Ann - D9/6/1850 - At Ayr, on the 9th current, Eliza Ann, infant daughter of Mr Charles Imrie, nursery and seedsman.

INCH, John - D24/7/1843 - At Peytknow, Peebles-shire, on the 24th ult., John Inch, farmer, at the advanced age of 85 years.

INGLIS/WHYTE, Charlotte - D31/7/1887 - At the Manse, Kilmarnock, on the 31st ult., Charlotte Whyte, wife of Alexander Inglis, Esq., LL.D., aged 73 years.

INGLIS, Rev. James - D13/12/1844 - At 15, Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, on the 13th instant, the Rev. James Inglis.

INGLIS, Rev. James - D15/5/1847 - At Kirkoswald Manse, on the 15th instant, the Rev. James Inglis, in the 81st year of his age.

INGLIS/COWAN, Jean - D11/8/1843 - At Dalswinton Village, on Friday, the 11th current, Jean Inglis, widow of William Cowan, slater there.

INGLIS/BIGGAR, 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".

INGLIS, Mary - D10/4/1845 - At Townhead, Twynholm, on Thursday last, suddenly, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr William Inglis - much respected.

INGLIS, Wm. - D8/4/1844 - At Muirhead, parish of Twynholm, on the 8th inst., Mr Wm. Inglis, farmer there, advanced in years, and much and deservedly respected.

INNES, Andrew - D18/1/1846 - At Crocketford, on the 19th inst., in the 75th year of his age, Andrew Innes, the last of the Buchanites.

INNES, Elizabeth - D16/2/1879 - At 34 Arthur Street, Newton-Stewart, on the 16th ult., Elizabeth, wife of David Innes, aged 72 years.

ION, Adam - D17/12/1891 - At Drumlamford House, Newton-Stewart, on the 17th inst. Adam Ion, gamekeeper, aged 65 years.

IRELAND/GORDON, Catherine - D22/4/1845 - At Kirkcudbright, on the 22d ult., in her 29th year, Catherine Ireland, wife of M.R. Gordon, Commissary Clerk of Kirkcudbright.

IRELAND, James - D29/2/1844 - At Latchford, Warrington, on the 29th ult., William, son of James Ireland, aged 21 years.

IRELAND, Jas. - D27/10/1846 - At Castle Douglas, on the 27th ult., Mr Jas., Ireland, aged 78 years - much respected and regretted.

IRELAND, John - D8/2/1844 - At How--- of Corsock, parish of Parton, on the 8th instant, John Ireland, aged (87) deeply regretted.

IRELAND, John F. - D1/10/1843 - At Torquay, Devonshire, on the 1st inst., Mr John F. Ireland, farmer, Doonpark, Kirkpatrick-Durham, aged 30 years.

IRELAND, William - D24/1/1843 - At Castle-Douglas, on the 24th ult., William Ireland, Esq., writer, and agent for the Bank of Scotland there.

IRVINE/SCOTT, Elizabeth - D18/4/1843 - At Greenmerse, Troqueer, on the 18th inst., Elizabeth Scott, aged 54, wife of Mr David Irvine, farmer, Greenmerse.

IRVINE/WILLIAMSON, Janet - D12/10/1897 - At Sandhead, on the 12th ult., Janet Irvine, wife of Daniel Williamson, aged 78 years.

IRVINE, Robert - D27/2/1843 - At Leicester, on the 27th ult., Mr Robert Irvine, draper there, son of Mr Irvine, Wheatcroft, near Castle-Douglas.

IRVINE, Samuel - in the WFP 14/11/1867 - We are called on (says the "Ayr Observer" of Tuesday) to perform the sad duty of recording the death of Mr Samuel Irvine, book seller and stationer, which took place this morning. Mr Irvine was one of the oldest of our inhabitants, having obtained the advanced age of 97, and we should fancy he must have been the oldest man in business in the town, having been in the trade he carried on for considerably upwards of 40 years, and occupant of the shop he held to his death and that adjoining for 34 years. He came to Ayr a comparatively young man, and with no great interest, being then in the employment of Messrs Blackie, the publishers, Glasgow, but by steady perseverance and assiduousness, be succeeded in founding a good business. He had all along good health on his side; for we believe that till within a very few day's of his death he never had a serious illness, and he used it to purpose, for he was seldom absent from duty during his long service.

IRVINE, William - D2/5/1871 - At Station Street, on the 2d inst., William aged 7 weeks, son of Mr John Irvine, joiner.

IRVING/NUBLOW, Mrs. - in WFP D30/5/1844 - At Annan, last week, advanced in years, Mrs Nublow, or Irving, George street, - much respected.

IRVING, Mrs - D19/3/1846 - At Monreith village, on the 19th ult., Mrs Irving, aged 85 years.

IRVING, Adam - D30/7/1878 - Here, at 14 Sheuchan Street, on the 30th ult., Adam, aged eight months, son of Mr Adam Irving.

IRVING/LITTLE, Agnes - D27/12/1842 - At Powellimount, Kirkbean, on the 27th ult., Agnes Little, wife of Mr C. Irving, farmer there. The poor in the neighbourhood have lost a particular friend by her decease.

IRVING, Agnes - D1/9/1845 - At Ashford, the residence of her uncle, John Irving, Esq., M.P., on the 1st inst., Miss Agnes Irving.

IRVING, Andrew - D5/12/1843 - At Langholm on the 5th inst., Mr Andrew Irving, merchant, 40 years.

IRVING/HALLIDAY, Ann - D4/1/1846 - At Annan, on the 4th ult., Mrs Ann Irving or Halliday, at the advanced age of 101 years.

IRVING, Mrs Edward - D20/7/1843 - At Annan, on the 20th inst., Mrs Edward Irving, High Street, advanced in years.

IRVING, Edward - D1/9/1845 - At Foothill, Annan, on the 1st instant, advanced in life, Edward Irving, seaman, after a protracted illness.

IRVING, Elizabeth - D12/1/1867 - At Dalrymple Street on the 12th instant, Elizabeth, aged 5 weeks, daughter of Mr Alexander Irving, hammerman.

IRVING, Geo. - D25/10/1845 - At Little Millriggs, parish of Hutton, on the 25th ult., Mr Geo. Irving, at an advanced age - highly respected.

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

IRVING, Hugh - D22/4/1853 - At Bridge of Aird, on the 22nd instant (?) , after a lingering illness, Mr Hugh Irving. (In the WFP 21/4/1853 so possibly a typo)

IRVING, James - D22/3/1843 - On board the brig Jane at Newry, on the 22d ult. very suddenly, Captain James Irving, formerly master of the City of Carlisle steamer, aged 40 years.

IRVING/FLETCHER, James - D22/3/1847 - At Langholm, on the 20th ult,. Helen Fletcher; on the 22d ult., Mr James Irving, aged 79; on the 23d ult., Catherine Young, relict of Mr Philip Corrie, clockmaker, there, aged 79 ; on the 25th ult., Mr Thos. Lawson, aged 56; on the 27th ult., Mr James Dalgliesh, hosier, aged 63.

IRVING, Jane - D28/4/1843 - At Annan, on the 28th ult., in the 91st year of her age, Mrs Jane Irving, late of Cove.

IRVING, Janet - D6/3/1844 - At Collin, Torthorwald, on the 6th inst., in the prime of life, after a long course of sickness, Miss Janet Irving, only surviving member of the family of the late Mrs Irving and Miss Blake, Collin.

IRVING, John - D11/12/1843 - At Dumfries, on the 11th inst., Mr John Irving, innkeeper.

IRVING, John - D8/3/1844 - On the 8th instant, John Irving, Esq. of Amisfield, late of Jamaica.

IRVING, John - D15/7/1844 - At Annan, on the 15th inst., aged 52, John Irving, at the United Secession Church, much esteemed on account of his modest works and Christian deportment.

IRVING, John - D10/11/1845 - At his residence, Richmond Terrace, London, on the 10th inst., John Irving, M.P. for Antrim.

IRVING/ARMSTRONG, Margaret - D4/5/1843 - At Shawrigg, Kirkpatrick-Fleming, on the 4th inst., Margaret Irvine, wife of Mr Andrew Armstrong, farmer, aged 35 years.

IRVING, Mary - D28/10/1844 - At the house of Mrs Marjoribanks, Moffat, on the 28th ult., Mary, daughter of the late John Irving, Esq., of Amisfield.

IRVING, Mary - D19/2/1874 - Here, at 17 Bridge Street, on the 19th inst., Mary, aged 32 years, daughter of Mr James Irving, mason.

IRVING, Mary - D8/12/1891 - Here at 21, Dalrymple Street, Stranraer on the 8th inst. Mary Jane Irving, aged 4 years.

IRVING, Rachel - D7/8/1844 - At Kirkconnel Park, on the 7th inst., Rachel aged 23 years, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Irving, farmer there - much regretted.

IRVING, Samuel - D14/9/1844 - At Redhall, parish of Lochmaben, on the 14th instant, Samuel Irving, aged 76 years.

IRVING, Samuel - D31/12/1880 - At Moormains, Portwilliam, on the 31st ult., Samuel Irving, only son of Peter Irving, in the 16th year of his age.

IRVING, Solomon - D4/10/1843 - At Heathery-Knowe, near Longtown, on the 4th inst., Solomon Irving, aged 17, who met with a sudden and unexpected death by a fall from a cart.

IRVING Thomas - D30/4/1850 - At Creetown, on the 30th ult., Thomas Irving, son of James Irving, junior, aged 12 months.

IRVING, William - D1/2/1844 - At Annan, on the 1st curt., William Irving, rope-maker, in his 83d year.

IRVING, William - D10/1/1846 - At Barndennoch, on the 10th inst., Mr William Irving, farmer, there, in his 88th year.

IRVING, Wm. - D11/1/1878 - Here, at 8 Princes Street, on the 11th inst., Wm. Irving, aged 55 years.

IRWIN/M’KENZIE, Violet - D29/8/1855 - At Stoneykirk Free Church School house, on the 29th instant, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian patience, Violet Irwin, wife of Mr M'Kenzie, teacher.

ISSETT, Jessie - D2/1/1884 - At Hanley, on the 2nd inst. Jessie, youngest daughter of Adam and Charlotte Issett.