|Dorothea Sinnamon (180?-18??)|
|Benjamin Deane Wilson (1820?-1895)|
|Catherine Jane Wilson (185?-1921)|
Mrs. Maria Stanley, whose death has taken place at Upper Newtownards Road. Belfast, was the widow Mr. John Robinson Stanley, whose father, Dr. Henry Stanley, formerly practised in Portadown.
Portadown Times, Friday 01 May 1936, p7,c1.
Note: Mrs Maria Stanley was formerly Miss Maria Aloysius Gibson.
|See also:||The Family of John Robinson Stanley and Maria Aloysius Gibson|
The death occurred on Saturday at Lansdowne, Bath, of Miss Marion Stanley, daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Stanley, Mulladry House, Portadown.
Portadown Times, 29 January 1932, p7, c1.
STANLEY-January 24, 1932, at Lansdowne, Bath, Marion Stanley. 31, Lower Leeson Street., Dublin, daughter of the late Joseph Stanley, Mulladry House, Portadown. Funeral private.
Northern Whig – Monday 25 January 1932, p1, c1.
LATE MR. JOHN STANLEY.
Apprentice Boys at Funeral.
There was large attendance of members of the Apprentice Boys Clubs of Portadown and district at the funeral to St. Saviour’s burying-ground on Monday of the remains of the late Mr. John Stanley, Ballinteggart.
Deceased, who was one the kindest and gentlest of men. with nice sense of humour, was held in the highest respect by a wide circle. He was a liberal contributor to any object that commanded his sympathy and his death will be widely regretted.
He was a brother of Messrs. Richard, Thomas and Ralph Stanley, well-known local gentlemen, and uncle of Mr. J. G. Stanley, secretary of the Ulster Fruit Growers’ Marketing Association.
There was large attendance of the general public in addition to the members of the Apprentice Boys’ Clubs, who also sent wreath.
Mr. John Montgomery had charge of the funeral arrangements.
Portadown Times, 07 October 1932, p1, c3.
DEATH OF MRS. STANLEY.
The death of Mrs. Caroline M. Stanley on Saturday, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. R. Shearman, No.1 Government Terrace, Crumline Road, Belfast, severs an interesting link with the past in Portadown. The deceased lady will possibly be remembered by some of the older inhabitants as the elder daughter the late Dr. Leebody, of Castle Street.
Her husband was the late Captain J. J. Stanley, Warrenpoint, who was a son Mr. Thomas Stanley of Armagh, and a nephew of the late Dr. Henry Stanley, Church St Portadown. Mrs. Stanley was a full cousin of Sir John Stanley, whose death was announced few weeks ago, and was also a full cousin of her husband.
There are quite number of relatives of both branches of the family in residence in Portadown and other parts of the County, including Mr. Robert Chapman, Portadown, who is a full cousin of the deceased lady.
Portadown Times, Friday 18 March 1932, p1,c3.
LATE MR. JAMES CREGAN.
We sincerely regret to record the death, which occurred on Friday, of Mr. James Cregan, Ballinteggart, who had attained to his 80th year. The late Mr. Cregan had been in failing health for a number of years past. A kindly and benevolent farmer, he enjoyed the highest respect of everyone in the district where he resided.
Interested in the affairs of his native county, he was for many years a member of Armagh Rural Council. He took a great interest in Kilmoriarty L.O.L. No. 31, of which his son James is a member. In connection with this lodge, it might be mentioned that Mr. Cregan presented the building ground on which Kilmoriarty Orange Hall is built.
Deceased is survived, at home, by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Cregan, and son and daughter. Two sons are resident in America and one in Australia.
The funeral, which was very largely attended by representatives of the farming community and by the general public, took place to Drumcree burying-ground on Sunday. Rev. W. Hogarth, rector of St. Saviour’s, the Dobbin, conducted the service at the house, church, and graveside. The chief mourners were —Messrs. James Cregan, son; J. W. Stanley, son-in-law: Thomas Jeffs, brother-in-law. Wreaths were sent by—Sorrowing wife and family; Mrs. Lindsay and family; sorrowing daughter Lily Wilson and family. The wreath from Kilmoriarty L.O.L. 31 was inscribed “A token of respect to James Cregan from the officers and members in remembrance of his kindness and generosity to the lodge.”
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. John Montgomery.
Portadown Times, Friday 09 November 1934, p3,c5