Vestry minutes, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone

Source: Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, County Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935. Extracts for the Marshall and Huggins surnames transcribed and abstracts prepared by Alison Kilpatrick.
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Please note that these extracts feature the Marshall and Huggins families of the parish of Aghaloo, with related surnames. This page is a work-in-progress.

1694 April 9 – Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe and Arthur Campbell of Glendavagh were elected churchwardens.

1695 March 26 – Joseph Marshall and Thomas Poo were elected churchwardens.

1700 April 1 – Joseph Marshall, present at the Vestry Meeting.

1702 April 6 – Thomas Cooper of Edenageeragh and Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe were elected churchwardens.

1702 December 28 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden.

1702/3 March 2 – Six feet of ground next the pulpit and between it and the door were allotted to Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe, churchwarden.

1705 April 9 – Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1707 July 7 – Robert Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1709 April 25 – Thomas Marshall of Derrykintone and Nicholas Mercer of Finglush were elected churchwardens. John Marshall (place name not cited, but possibly of Glendavagh) attended the Vestry meeting, as either a churchwarden or a sidesman.

1710 June 12 – Thomas Marshall and Nicholas Mercer, churchwardens. John Marshall of Clandavagh (Glendavagh) to be overseer of that portion of a road to be built from Caledon to Aughnacloy, between Capt. Hamilton's estate and Aughnacloy. Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1711 April 2 – Churchwardens (including Thomas Marshall), with Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe, and George Ray of Caledon, to report to the Vestry the cost of building a new school house.

1711 May 10 – The Vestry voted £5 to build a Parish school house, with Joseph Marshall, Thomas Marshall, and John Sinclair to be overseers of the building.

1712 April 24 – Joseph Marshall and James Pettygrue to be overseers for the road from Capt. Hamilton's estate through Ballymagrane townland to Aughnacloy.

1712 June 9 – The Vestry paid a debt of £1 10s due to Joseph Marshall.

1713 April 6 – Andrew Hutcheson of Aghassallagh and Rodger Marshall of Killynaul were elected churchwardens. Francis Hall, George Linn, James Pettygrue, and Joseph Marshall appointed overseers of the road from Caledon to Aughnacloy.

1714 March 30 – Andrew Hutchison and Roger Marshall, church-wardens.

1714 May 29 – Roger Marshall, churchwarden. Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting (possibly as a sidesman).

1715 April 19 – Roger Marshall, churchwarden. Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting (possibly as a sidesman).

1718 April 14 – John Huggins of Glenarb, William Quigley of Ballagh, and Adam Modderall of Glendavagh were appointed sidesmen.

1719 March 30 – John Huggins and William Quigley were appointed sidesmen for the Caledon side. Joseph Marshall, churchwarden, and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1720 May 2 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden.

1721 May 29 – Joseph Marshall and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1721 December 26 – Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1722 March 26 – Roger Marshall and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1723 April 18 – Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1723 June 3 – Roger Marshall and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1724 April 7 – William Swan and Thomas Marshall, overseers of roads in Caledon and environs. Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1725 May 17 – Roger Marshall and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1726 April 11 – Along with nine other men, Joseph Marshall, jun., and Thomas Marshall were elected overseers (probably of roads). Roger Marshall, Joseph Marshall (sen. or jun.?), and James Haddock attended the Vestry meeting.

1726 May 30 – Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1727 July 3 – Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1728 April 23 – James Haddock of Curloght (Curlagh) and George Forbes of Caledon were elected churchwardens. John Pringle, jun., and Thomas Marshall, overseers of roads in Caledon and vicinity. Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Adam Moderel of Glendavagh, overseers of roads in Ballymagrane. [1] 

1729 April 8 – James Haddock and George Forbes, churchwardens. Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1730 April 6 – James Haddock and John Chapman, overseers of the road from Caledon to Ballymagrane. [1]

1730 May 25 – The Vestry voted £8 to Joseph Marshall of Glendavagh and Thomas Marshall of Caledon to repair the school house roof.

1731 April 20 – Mr. John Pringle, jun., and Mr. Thomas Marshall, overseers of William Espy's work to repair the church roof. Roger Marshall, Thomas Marshall, and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1732 – Joseph Marshall and James Haddock attended Vestry.

1733 March 27 – Roger Marshall and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1734 April 16 – Joseph Marshall and Thomas Marshall attended the Vestry Meeting.

1734 October 2 – Mr. James Pringle and Mr. Joseph Marshall, both of Caledon, churchwardens. John Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1735 April 8 – Christopher Harrison of Caledon and Joseph Marshall of Stragrane, churchwardens. Another Joseph Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1736 April 27 – Christopher Harrison, and Joseph Marshall, churchwardens. Two more men named Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. The pool of known Joseph Marshalls included: Joseph, sen., of Annaghroe; Joseph, jun. of Glenkeen (or Glendavagh); Joseph of Caledon (son of Thomas); and Joseph of Stragrane (likely the son-in-law of John Huggins of Glenarb).

1736 October 5 – William Swan and Thomas Marshall, overseers of roads about Caledon. James Haddock of Curlagh and James Hamilton of Caledon, overseers of the road from Caledon to Ballymagrane.[1]

1736/7 March 7 – Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1737 April 11 – Roger Marshall and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1737 October 4 – Francis Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
☛ By this date, Joseph Marshall (probably sen., of Annaghroe) had died on the 9th July 1737, aged 82 years.

1738 April 4 - Joseph Marshall, Joseph Marshall, and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1739 April 24 - Andrew Swan of Caledon and Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, churchwardens. The Vestry voted 2s. to Roger Marshall of Bolton's Walls, and 2s to Joseph Marshall, both for bell ropes. Joseph Marshall, Henry Marshall, and James Haddock attended the Vestry meeting. [2]

1739 October 3 – William Swan and Thomas Marshall, both of Caledon, overseers of roads in Caledon and vicinity. James Haddock of Curlagh and John Linn of Dunmacmeagh, overseers of roads from Caledon to Ballymagrane. [1] Roger Marshall of Bolton's Walls and David Carroll of Cavanboy, overseers of roads from Caledon to Dungannon and the Dyan to Carnteel.

1740 April 8 – Robert Marshall of Bolton's Walls and James Watt of Aghenis, churchwardens. Joseph Marshall and Roger Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1741 March 30 – Henry Hartgrave of Dromore and Robert Marshall of Caledon, churchwardens. Roger Marshall also attended Vestry.

1741 September 30 – James Haddock of Curlagh and John Linn, overseers of roads from Caledon to Ballymagrane. Robert Marshall of Killynaul, overseer of roads from Caledon to the Dyan and Carnteel. ... Edward Shand and Robert Marshall, church-wardens. Henry Marshall and another Robert Marshall also attended Vestry.
  ‡ It isn't clear whether Robert of Killynaul or Robert of Caledon was churchwarden.

1742 April 20 – Robert Marshall, churchwarden. Michael Marshall, James Thompson, and Christopher Harrison also attended the Vestry meeting.

1742 October 5 – Robert Marshall of Killynaul, overseer of roads through the Dyan to Carnteel. Roger Marshall attended Vestry.

1743 October 3 – Robert Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1744 March 27 – Robert Ellis of Caledon and Michael Marshall of Derrycantone, churchwardens. Henry Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1744 July 28 – A cess was levied on householders and cottage holders: Joseph Marshall was one of the five collectors. David Ferguson, Roger Marshall, William Girvin, and Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
☛ By this date, Joseph Marshall of Caledon had died (his will was proved in 1742), leaving the available pool of known Joseph Marshalls at Joseph, jun., of Glenkeen, and Joseph of Stragrane.

1745 April 15 – Michael Marshall, churchwarden. Henry Marshall and Roger Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1746 April 1 – Michael Marshall, churchwarden. Roger Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1746 July 25 – Roger Marshall of Killynaul was appointed one of four valuers of lands in the Caledon estate.

1746/7 March 10 – The Vestry voted a £100 levy to make repairs to the church. The signatories included (amongst others) Michael Marshall, churchwarden, William Girvan, Roger Marshall, Henry Marshall, Joseph Marshall, Robert Marshall, and David Ferguson. Robert Lowry, Roger Marshall, and Henry Marshall were appointed to applot the £100 levy.

1747 September 30 – Michael Marshall, churchwarden. Henry Marshall, John Huggins, and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1748 April 12 – Michael Marshall, churchwarden. Henry Marshall, and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1749 March 28 – Michael Marshall, churchwarden. Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1750 April 24 – Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and Roger Marshall, the younger, of Killynaul, churchwardens. Michael Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1751 March 26 – Henry Marshall and Roger Marshall, churchwardens.

1751 April 9 – James Coughran of Glenkeen and Henry Marshall of Curlagh, churchwardens. Robert Marshall and Michael Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1751 April 23 – Henry Marshall and Roger Marshall, churchwardens.

1751 October 1 – Henry Marshall, churchwarden.

1752 March 31 – Henry Marshall, churchwarden. Michael Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1752 May 4 – Henry Marshall and James Cochran, churchwardens, signed the thirty-one year lease granted by the Earl and Countess of Orrery, re: two houses on the north side of the common of Caledon and a parcel of ground (one rood), for the purpose of building a school house for the parish. Cornelius Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1752 July 2 – Henry Marshall,* churchwarden, and another Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. *of Curlagh: see calendar entry at 1757 February 16, below.

1752 August 11 – Joseph Marshall of Clonkeen [Glenkeen] to be added to the list of applotters of Church Cess when he returns.  Henry Marshall, churchwarden. Roger Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1753 May 8 – Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1754 March 26 – Roger Marshall and Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1754 April 16 – Henry Marshall of Dredcourtan (Derrycantone), churchwarden.

1754 October 1 – Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1755 April 1 – Henry Marshall, churchwarden. Robt. Marshall, Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1755 April 8 – Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1756 March 31 – Henry Marshall and Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1756 April 20 – H. Marshall, C. Marshall, and James Thompson attended the Vestry meeting.

1756 April 28 – H. Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1756 May 4 – John Thompson attended the Vestry meeting.

1757 February 16 – Henry Marshall and Roger Marshall, churchwardens for 1751, accounted for £42 6s 8d and were passed as satisfactory. Henry Marshall of Curlagh and James Cochran of Clankeen (Glenkeen), churchwardens for 1752, accounted for £17 10s 8d. H. Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1757 March 29 – Chris Harrison, H. Marshall, and C. Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1757 April 12 – Joseph Marshall of Clankeen (Glenkeen), churchwarden. Michael Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1757 October 4 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden.

1757 December 21 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. Roger Marshall and Michael Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. A fever was then raging in the country.

1757 December 21 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. Roger Marshall and Michael Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1758 March 28 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. M. Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1758 April 4 – Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. M. Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1759 October 2 – Cornelius Marshall of Caledon, churchwarden. R. Marshall also attended the Vestry meeting.

1760 April 8 – The Vestry meeting was adjourned, as Cornelius Marshall was absent, at Assizes.

1760 April 10 – Cornelius Marshall, churchwarden.

1760 April 22 – C. Marshall, churchwarden.

1760 May 26 – C. Marshall, churchwarden.

1760 June 10 – C. Marshall, churchwarden.

1761 March 2 – Alice M'Wide (or M'Quaid), aged about nine-years-old, having been maintained by the parish, was apprenticed to Michael Marshall for ten years.

1761 March 9 – Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1761 March 24 – Cornelius Marshall passed his accounts as churchwarden.

1761 April 7 – Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1762 April 12 – Henry Marshall and Roger Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. ☛ By this date, Roger Marshall, sen., of Killynaul, had died (22 November 1761).

1762 May 31 – Cornelius Marshall was mentioned (with two others) regarding direction of payments for exposed children.

1762 October 5 – Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1763 April 5 – Cornelius Marshall, Samuel Marshall, Robert Marshall, and John Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1764 April 24 – Robert Marshall and Samuel Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1765 April 9 – Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1765 June 11 – Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1766 February 21 – Cornelius Marshall and Michael Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1766 April 1 – John Marshall, churchwarden. Henry Marshall and Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1766 December 2 – Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

       Indenture of 9 June 1766, by which Charles Walter
    Congreve, rector of Aghalow in Armagh diocese, Hamilton
    Pringle and Robert Kerr, churchwardens of same, bound
    Bridget Gormly, an orphan aged nine years (long under
    the charge of the parish), to Cornelius
Marshall of
    Caledon, a substantial Protestant housekeeper, to learn
    the business of a servant with him or his deputy for
    twelve years or till she be twenty-one, Marshall causing
    her to be fed and clothed as other servants and to be
    instructed in reading and other religious duties.
       Signed 9 June 1766 by Ch. Congreve, Cornelius Marshall,
    Hamilton Pringle, and John Kerr. Witness, Hugh Twigg.

1767 April 21 – John Marshall, churchwarden. Cornelius Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1767 July 14 – John Marshall, late churchwarden, passed his account. John Marshall is shown as having attended the Vestry meeting, as churchwarden.

1768-04-08 — Henry Marshall, Michael Marshall, Henry Marshall, and Cornelius Marshall were churchwardens.

1768-10-28 – Cornelius Marshall, Robert Marshall, and John Huggins were churchwardens.

1769-03-28 – Cornelius Marshall and Robert Marshall were churchwardens.

1769-04-10 – £180 to be paid to William Pringle, Cornelius Marshalland Charles Norris, to do the work for seating, flooring, and flagging the New Church. Joseph Marshall, Robert Marshall, John Marshall, Sam Marshall, Francis Marshall, James Haddock, and John Huggins were churchwardens.

1769-05-02 – Cornelius Marshall was a churchwarden.

1770-04-17 – Joseph Marshall, Robert Marshall, John Marshall, and James Haddock were churchwardens.

1770-05-29 – Cornelius Marshall, John Marshall, and James Haddock were churchwardens.

1771-04-02 – Joseph Marshall of Caledon was a churchwarden.

1771-05-01 – James Haddock was a churchwarden.

1771-07-08 – Joseph Marshall was a churchwarden.

1771-10-01 – Cornelius Marshall was a churchwarden.

1771-12-22 – 22s 9d to send exposed child of John Ferguson to the Poor House of Dublin. Joseph Marshall and John Marshall were churchwardens.

1772-02-24 – Joseph Marshall was a churchwarden.

1772-04-21 – 38s 9d to prepay Jos. Marshall for two foundlings. Joseph Marshall was a churchwarden.

1772-09-30 – Joseph Marshall was a churchwarden.

1773-01-04 – Sam Marshall was a churchwarden.

1773-04-13 – A portion of the cess, 25s 1/4d, was allocated to Cornelius Marshall, for an unspecified purpose though, in the same sentence, allocations were made to William Pringle and Thomas Irwin for repairs to the churchyard wall. William Girvin of Tulnaclay was a churchwarden.

1773-11-16 and 1773-12-06: Henry Marshall was a churchwarden.

1774-04-05: John Marshall and William Garvan were churchwardens. According to a footnote to this entry, tradition held that the local Presbyterian meeting-house, or Kinnaird congregation, served an extensive district and was situated in Lemnagore townland, parish of Tynan. The Rev. William Ambrose was recorded as minister of this congregation as early as 1710.

1774-05-02 – William Garvan settled his account as churchwarden. Joseph Marshall and James Haddock, former churchwardens, were to settle their accounts on the 30th May.

1774-09-22 – William Girvan passed his account.

1775-04-18 – John Huggins was a churchwarden.

1775-05-16 – Cornelius Marshall was a churchwarden.

1776-03-11 – Joseph Marshall passed his account. James Haddock has not yet accounted.

1776-05-07 – Applotments confirmed by the Vestry, which included the name of Cornelius Marshall.

1777-04-01 – To Sam Marshall [probably of Killynaul] and Joseph Irvine, £5 for building a school house in Dyan. Henry Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.

1778-04-21 – Francis Marshall [of Caledon?] attended Vestry. Richard Babington, curate.

1778-06-15 – Henry Marshall attended Vestry.

1778-07-07 – To Cornelius Marshall, 45s 6d for M'Mahon's orphans "on condition that they never more trouble the parish." Richard Babington, curate. John Huggins attended Vestry. Francis Marshall [of Caledon?], churchwarden.

1778-09-29 – Richard Babington, curate. Francis Marshall [of Caledon?] attended Vestry.

1779-04-06 – To repay Mr. Richard Babington, curate, for church use, £10 11s 1d. Francis Marshall [of Caledon?], churchwarden.

1779-06-23 – Francis Marshall [of Caledon?] attended Vestry.

1780-03-28 – Richard Babington, curate. Henry Marshall attended Vestry.

1780-09-07 – John Huggins and Robert Henderson, overseers of bye-roads for Dyan division. George Linn and Henry Marshall of Curlagh for Aughnacloy division. John Peeb[--]s andJohn Cochran, applotters for Ballymagrane estate. [Richard Babington no longer listed as the curate for the parish.]

1781-04-17 – ...contingencies to be paid to Messrs. Pringle, Irwin and Marshall, 68s 3d. Sam Marshall, collector of cess.

1781-05-15 – Roger Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1782-04-12 – James Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1782-09-05 – James Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1782-11-07 – Applotments for repairing bye roads confirmed as follows:——
1.
John Huggins, 10 perches in Tullyshane and Glenarb at 5/- a perch, £2 10s 0d
6. 
Jas. Haddock and Jas. Robinson, 20 at 2/—, £2 0s 0d
16.
Wm. Girvin, 10 at 2/6, £1 5s 0d.
17.
Jas. Thompson, 8 at 2/2, £0 17s 4.
21.
Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, 8 at 2/–, £0 16s 0d. Henry Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1783-04-22 – James Girvin of Mulnaveagh, one of the churchwardens. Sam Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1783-09-02 – Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1783-10-07 – Jas. Haddock and Henry Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1783-11-04 – Applotments confirmed as follows:--
4.
Jn. Huggin, Tullynashane to Glenarb, 8 at 4/-, £1 12s 0d.
5.
Jas. Haddock, through Dromore, 20 at 2/2, £2 3s 4d.
6.
Jas. Haddock and Robt. Henderson from Sam M'Kenzie's to the Hollow Creight, 16 at 2/8-1/2, £2 3s 4d.
7.
Jas. Haddock from Curlogh Hill to Cumber, 20 at 2/2, £2 3s 4d.
10. Andrew Gally and
Jn. Girvin, 12 at 2/–, £1 4s 0d.
15. Jas. Durham and
Sam Marshall, 15 at 2/2, £1 12s 6d.
24. Thos. Irwin and
Cors. Marshall for the road to Aghenis bog, 10 at 2/6, £1 5s 0d.

1784-04-13 – Corn. Marshall and Fras. Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1784-05-11: Jas. Girvin, late chw., passed his account.

1784-09-07: Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1784-10-12 – Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1784-10-27 – Jn. Huggins attended the vestry meeting.

1784-11-04 – Bye Roads 6 feet wide, gravel or stones.
15.
Jas. Haddock, Curlogh to Cumber, 12 at 2/6, £1 10s0d.
16.
Jas. Haddock, Tanaghlane to Mullaghmore, 12 at 2/6, £1 10s 0d.
17.
Jas. Haddock and Robt. Henderson, Ards bog to the Hollow Creighlin, 16 at 2/6, £2 0s 0d.
23.
John Huggins, road to Glenarb, 5 at 4/6, £1 2s 6d.
25.
Wm. Girvin (made by his son John) 10 at 2/2, £1 1s 8d.
33.
Wm. Thompson and Wm. Irwin of Crievlogh, 10 at 2/6, £1 5s 0d.

1785-03-29 – Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1785-05-17 – Sam Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1785-09-27 – Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1785-11-08 – John Edmund Burns and Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1785-11-29 – Jas. Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1786-04-18: John Huggins attended the vestry meeting.

1786-05-16: Fras. Marshall, attended the vestry meeting.

1786-06-06: Sam Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1786-09-07: Jos. Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1788-03-25: James Haddock attended the vestry meeting.

1789-06-01: Fras. Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1790-04-05: Henry Marshall of Derrycantone, one of the churchwardens. James Haddock and Fras. Marshall attended the vestry meeting.

1790-05-04: Received from Fras. Marshall, 5 guineas. Henry Marshall of Dirikentone [Derrycantone, Derrykintone], one of the churchwardens.

1791-04-25: Henry Marshall of Dirikentone [Derrykintone], one of the churchwardens. Mr. Marshall passed his account as churchwarden. Another Henry Marshall (domicile not stated) attended the Vestry meeting.

1792-04-09: 26s was voted to Mr. Marshall [Henry of Derrykintone?] in order to send a foundling left at his door to Dublin. Henry Marshall, churchwarden, and James Haddock attended the Vestry meeting.

1793-04-02: Henry Marshall (domicile not stated) passed his account as churchwarden, and attended Vestry.

1793-05-27: Henry Marshall attended Vestry.

1794-04-22: Henry Marshall, churchwarden, and John Marshall (domicile not stated) attended Vestry.

1794-05-12: Henry Marshall, churchwarden, passed his account, and attended Vestry.

1795-04-06: Henry Marshall of Dirikintone, one of the churchwardens, and attended Vestry.

1795-04-27: Churchwardens, including Henry Marshall, passed their accounts, "including cost of sending 4 children to the Foundling Hospital in Dublin."

1795-07-14: "Whereas £54 has been demanded from Aghalow parish in order to raise 9 men for the Militia.* The gentlemen present have agreed to subscribe as follows, Wm. Pringle to receive same and pay it into the hands of the treasurer of the County for that purpose. Rec. [Baron] Caledon, £20; John Robinson, rector £20; Wm. Pringle, £3 8s 3d; John Crozier, £2 5s 6d; Thos. Irwin, £1 2s 9d.; James Haddock, £1 2s 9d.; James Pettigrew, £1 2s 9d; Andrew Galley, 11s 4-1/2d; Capt. Pringle, 11s 4-1/2d; Robert Pettegrew, £2 5s 6d; Jas. Girvin jun., £1 2s 9d; Alex. Kerr, 11s 4-1/2d."
"*The Royal Tyrone Regiment of Militia was embodied by Government order in 1793. In order to increase the strength of the regiment, owing to the very disturbed state of the country, recruiting parties were sent out to the different Tyrone towns in 1795, when no doubt Caledon had a visit."——[Author, John J. Marshall.]

NEW ENTRIES:

1796-03-29: Henry Marshall (domicile not stated), one of the churchwardens.

1796-05-04: Henry Marshall (domicile not stated), was one of the churchwardens, and passed his account.

... more calendar entries are pending.

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Footnotes:

1.

The Manor of Ballymagrane lay northwest of the Caledon estate. The "estate belonged to Francis White, a grandson of Sir Robert Newcomen, who at one time owned the Aughnacloy estate." Source: Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, Co. Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935.

2.

Bolton's Walls are named for "Carol (or Charles Bolton), who had acquired Killynaul and some adjoining townlands from Sir Phelim O'Neill." Source: John J. Marshall, Vestry Minutes, op. cit.

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