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Coleraine District Death Records, Co. Antrim

This page features civil death records for the district of Coleraine in Co. Antrim and includes (where possible) full names, the year of death, and the quarter in which the death occurred, and an age. A searchable index of all available death records is available here.

Name Year Quarter Age
(Male) Arter 1882 1st 0
(Male) Henby 1875 0
(Male) Henry 1865 0
Anne Henry 1864 6
Anne Henry 1874 75
Annie Boreland 1883 3rd 0
Annie Porter 1866 5
Bridget Henry 1874 50
Charlotte Leighton 1875 2
Daniel Gillen 1869 4
Daniel M’Williams 1869 78
David Kelly 1878 4th 55
David Leighton 1877 0
David Lyons 1865 26
Eliza Hemphill 1865 22
Eliza Jane Adams 1864 0
Eliza Vance 1869 37
Eliza Vance 1880 1st 28
Elizabeth McWilliam 1864 21
Ellen Gillen 1870 48
Ellen Kane 1878 1st 84
Ellen Leighton 1877 6
Fanny M’Intyre Murray 1882 4th 55
George Henby 1875 29
George Herral 1878 3rd 7
George Kirkpatrick 1878 4th 96
Hannah Kennedy 1885 3rd 15
Henry Lyle Leighton 1875 58
James Henry 1864 0
James Kearns 1866 50
James Tosh 1872 79
Jane Anderson 1864 66
Jane Anderson 1864 75
Jane Hegarty 1877 24
Jane Henry 1865 74
Jane Henry 1874 86
Jane Leighton 1865 19
Jane McWilliams 1868 77
John Armstrong 1900 1st 67
John Henby 1875 77
John Henon 1874 0
John Porter 1865 6
Joseph Leighton 1878 1st 0
Margaret Henby 1875 0
Margaret Henon 1874 34
Margaret Jane Henby 1875 31
Martha Purdy 1866 21
Mary Henry 1874 74
Mary Henry 1874 87
Mary Marshall 1865 92
Mary Vance 1882 1st 4
Michael Gillen 1869 35
Nancy Henry 1865 1
Nancy Henry 1865 29
nancy Purdy 1864 73
Patrick Henby 1875 53
Patrick Kelly 1878 1st 54
Peggy Barr 1864 78
Rachel Leighton 1878 1st 58
Sarah Henry 1865 70
Sarah Henry 1874 9
Sarah Leighton 1878 1st 38
Sarah McArthur 1879 2nd 50
Sarah Porter 1865 29
Susan Henry 1865 0
Susan Heron 1875 79
Susanna Blackburn 1867 90
Thomas Marshall 1865 5
Thomas Porter 1866 24
William Edward Henry 1874 16
William Henry 1865 81
William Knodswell 1878 4th 80
William Porter 1866 2
William Winter 1890 4th 35

Civil Registration Records

Kitty of Coleraine

As beautiful Kitty one morning was tripping,
With a pitcher of milk for the fair at Coleraine,
When she saw me she stumbled, the pitcher down tumbled,
And all the sweet buttermilk watered the plain.
“Oh, what shall I do now! ‘Twas looking at you now,
I’m sure such a pitcher I’ll ne’er see again.
‘Twas the pride of my dairy – oh, Barney McCleary,
You’re sent as a plague to the girls at Coleraine.”

I sat down beside her, and gently did chide her
That such a misfortune should give her such pain;
‘Twas the haymaking season – I can’t tell leave her
she vowed for such pleasure she’d break it again.
‘Twas the haymaking season, I can’t tell the reason,
misfortunes will never come singly, ‘tis plain.
For very soon after poor Kitty’s disaster,
The devil a pitcher was whole in Coleraine.