PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND
RECORDS INVOLVING IRELAND & IOWA
PROBATES & WILLS
JOHNSTON Charles Rupert  3 February Administration of the estate
of Charles Rupert Johnston late of Omaha Iowa
U.S.A Esquire who died 4 October 1879 granted at Dublin to George Johnston
of Royal-avenue Belfast Chartered Accountant and Henry F. Johnston of Goddendene
Farnborough County Kent MD the Executors of the Father Effects 585 14s. 6d.
FEATH Harry Keightly  6 September Administration of the estate of
Harry Keigthly Feath late of Tipton Iowa U.S.A.
Sawyer who died 13 December 1884 granted at Dublin to Thomas Copper of Killrogan
Hill Bandon County Cork Gentleman the Attorney of the Widow (Limited) Effects
CROCKER Kate  22 February Administration of the personal estate of
Kate Crocker late of Sioux Iowa U.S.A. who died 11 November 1891
granted at Dublin
to Leonard D. Gamble of Abergavenny County Monmouth M.D. the Administrator of
the Husband (Limited) Effects 75.
CROCKER Charles  27 October Administration of the Personal Estate
of Charles Crocker late of Sioux City Iowa U.S.A.
Gentleman who died 1 September 1892 granted at Dublin to Leonard D. Gamble
Abergavenny County Monmouth M.D. the Guardian of the Children (Limited). Effects
CARSON Eliza  25 May Probate of the will of Eliza Carson late of Anamosa
Jones County State of Iowa U.S.A. who died 22nd
January 1897 granted at Dublin to Lizzie Rohrbach of Marquoketa Iowa
married Woman Effects 2,403 9s. 10d.
The Belfast News-Letter, Friday, 17 May 1850
At Iowa, United States, of bronchitis, on
the 11th April, Mr. John M'Donnell late of Brittas, Killead, county
The Armagh Guardian, Friday, 13 April, 1855
Mar. 23, at New York, of disease of the lungs, John Neill, aged 23 years,
second son of Thomas Neill, Esq., of Springgrove, Iowa,
formerly of Lishalong, co. Monaghan.
The Belfast News-Letter, Friday, 28 November, 1862
Mateer - September 19, Alexander Lowry Mateer, Lieut. in the 9th Iowa
Volunteers, brother of the Rev. Samuel Mateer, Mourne
The Belfast News-Letter, Friday, 12 December, 1862
DEATHS. Alexander - At Inka , Mississippi, of wounds received in battle,
Nelson Alexander, of Iowa, grandson of the late
Rev. Thomas Alexander, Larne.
The Belfast Newsletter, Tuesday, 9 June, 1863
Peel - May 2, at Fort Madison, Iowa,
America, of disease of the lungs, Michael, eldest son of Mr. William Peel,
Ballinderry, County Antrim, aged 47 years.
The Belfast News-Letter, Thursday, 15 November, 1866
Mulloy - September 30, at Carrolton, Iowa,
U.S. of America, the Rev. Charles T. Mulloy, eldest son of the late Rev. C.
Mulloy, Rector of Collooney, Co. Sligo, aged 45 years.
The Belfast News Letter, Tuesday 29th March 1881
March 24 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S. Thomas M.
Sinclair, second son of the late John Sinclair of the Grove, Belfast, in his
The Belfast Weekly News, Thursday, 27 September, 1934.
SHOOTER: September 16, 1934, at the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. J.F.
Welsh, 2401 Bridge Avenue, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A.,
David Alexander, second son of the late William Shooter, Banbridge.
The Belfast Weekly News, Thursday, 21 May, 1936.
Sinclair - Monday, 11th May, 1936, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Maria Lambert Sinclair, wife of late Sydney E. Sinclair, and eldest daughter of
the late Henry Matier, Esq., J. P., of Dunlambert, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast.
The Armagh Guardian, Friday, 17 August, 1855
Aug. 1, at Connor Church, co. Antrim, Richard Wilson, Esq., merchant, of
Milton, State of Iowa, U.S.A., to Miss Eleanor
Fostescue Gorman, daughter of Rev. Fostescue Gorman, Tannaghmore, co. Antrim.
The Armagh Guardian, Friday, 13 September, 1861
July 24, in Covington, Kentucky, by the Rev. Mr. Corry, at the residence of
the brides father, Charles Corr, of Sioux City, Iowa,
and Lisnamallard House, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Lottie A., only
daughter of Wm. J. Craig, Esq., of Covington.
The Belfast Newsletter, Wednesday, November 11, 1870
KING- DUNNING; September 8, at the residence of the bride's father, by the
Rev. James Hankins, H.B. King, Ripon. Wisconsin, eldest son of Robert King Esq.,
Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, to Marian E., only daughter of C. T. Dunning
Esq., Mason City, Iowa, U.S.A.
The Armagh Guardian, October 3, 1879
September 11, at the Methodist Episcopal Church , Napello [Wapello?],
Iowa, U.S.A., by Rev. James Watters, John C. Neil, youngest son of Robert Neil,
Esq., Lamonte Hill, Kansas, to Eliza, only daughter of John Wilson, Lettsville,
Iowa, late of Verner's Bridge, Co. Armagh, Ireland.
The Belfast Evening Telegraph, Tuesday 10 April 1906
GALLAGHER - MILLS _ March 22, at the M.E. Church, Gabra, Ida County, Iowa,
U.S.A., by the Rev. Charles A. Pent, John, youngest son of the late Joseph
Gallagher, Slatmore, Clogher, Co. Tyrone, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Thomas
Mills, Ballymagowan, Clogher.