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CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

claims or inrumhnnees, Agues bis wife ; prior to the Plaintiff's ot Plaintiffs ; Mortgage, bearing date/neAth George Davey, William Trail, day of May. and Henry Fulton, Eaqra., Inga in this Cause mentioned, to Defendants. come lo before me, on or before ■ ■■■
November 30, 1838 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
teaths. Adams—At his relsidence, Tullaprhgore, Ballymoney, nn the 13th inst., John Adams. aged 79 Church—.At Dologhy. near Garyagh, on the

teaths. Adams—At his relsidence, Tullaprhgore, Ballymoney, nn the 13th inst., John Adams. aged 79 Church—.At Dologhy. near Garyagh, on the

relict of the late Alezender Toy, aged 97 years. Trail —it his rimidence. Etaltylongh Howe. Bushmills, on the 9th inst., William Trail, Esq., is tin nth year aids age.
October 16, 1875 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

Si.ppnoo. Orthodoxy aoain st erodoxy . Or tk< Word Uod to Co.trul ”’'“.'f,, .' Moo BnpUrmnl hogoMmllon nnd JoaUflcntion WILLIAM TRAIL, A. 3.. T.O.D. DC BUM : GEORGE HERBERT, 117, ORAFTON-BTHEET. RIAGES. TjtOß SALE, nt COLCLOUQH'S Old Batabllahad .COAOR
June 17, 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Belfast. Charles M’Oildowney, Esq., for the Barony of Carey. James Owens, Esq , for the Lower Half Barony Mas«>ereene. William Trail, James llannay, J-'liJ M'Cance. John M’Neile. Lyons. Hugh Leckcy, Robert Thomson. William Millrr, Thomas Davison, George
July 9, 1934 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE

ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE

Hutchinson, Sampson Moore, Ezekiel Davys Boyd, Thomas L. Stewart, Alexander M'Neill, George Atkinson Wray, John M'Cance, William Trail, James Owens, Samuel Allen, and Alexander M'Mauus, Esqrs. CLONMF.L, MARCH 20. On Tliurs;!ay evening Sir \V. C. SMITH, and
March 24, 1824 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TYRONE ASSIZES.

TYRONE ASSIZES.

Croraie, John Montgomery, John M'Neill, Chas. M'Gildowny, John While, Hugh Leckey, James Stewart Moore, Jun., John Owens. William Trail, Nathaniel Alexander. Geo. J. Clarke, the Hon. Geo. Handcock. William M'Cance, John M. Casement, Thos. Davison, Chas. Armstrong
July 23, 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF FARE OF LAND BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. TO be Sold, by Private Contract, all that very Valuable FARM OF

SALE OF FARE OF LAND BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. TO be Sold, by Private Contract, all that very Valuable FARM OF

small Annual Rent of 257 13, 9d, and is held, a part by Lease for lives, and a part as tenant from year to year, under William Trail, Esq., who is a most indulgent landlord. There is a large and commodious Dwellinghouse upon the premises, with suitable
July 24, 1875 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
every year, amongst the poor householders of the pariah of Lisburne who are not common beggars. This legacy was disposed

every year, amongst the poor householders of the pariah of Lisburne who are not common beggars. This legacy was disposed

annually to I:90s 4s. Theme chief rents were couveyed, by Hugh Owens and others, trustees to the will of Adam Hunter, to William Trail and Rowley Hall. hy deed )wring date the 27th April. 1820, :in oshtract of which contained in the papers sent with this
November 2, 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO , TUR f(J COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY. nftinfs are hereto annexed, request that Jrbtt Vf will call a Public Aleetiotr

TO , TUR f(J COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY. nftinfs are hereto annexed, request that Jrbtt Vf will call a Public Aleetiotr

Sampson. William Gather. William Hunter, Mayor of Coleraine. Andrew Orr. James Hun nay. John Samuel Orr. David Kanken. William Trail. m-h f.eeky. Richard Itennett. John Boyd, J.P. . In pursuance of the above Requisition, tre hereby convene County Meeting
July 8, 1840 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OP THE

OP THE

detaining a dog, Treasurer of the County Antrim Jail School, £S from John Cromie. High SberiiF of l Antrim, by the hands of William Trail, Esq. The Church-Wardens, two Dissenting Clcrgjnien, ei Priest of Antrim, have received 15s. each from George Collins,
May 12, 1821 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland