1873--At Newtownbreda, James Gardner of Belfast to Harriette(?) Kate, dau of late William Adams of Portglenone, Co. Antrim.
1873--Henrietta Josephine, 2nd dau of Francis Adams, Esq. of Co. Westmeath and niece of the late Captains Porter and Thurston, to George Lockhart, Esq. of Limerick, eldest son of Gordon Lockhart, Esq., of Dublin.
1873--At Dublin, Rev. Stephen Radclifffe, brother-in-law of groom, Benjamin S. Aams, Esq., J.P. of Shinan House, Cavan, to Jeannie Holmes Montgomery, eldest dau of the late George Montgomery, M.D., Dublin.
1873--At Donegall Pass Presb. Ch., Joseph Adams m. Ann Jane Johnston, both of belfast.
1874--Nathaniel, 3rd son of Thomas Adams of Co. Antrim, to Mary Jane, eldest dau of the Rev. William Wilkinson, Liverpool.
1874--William Johnston Johnston, Rathmines, to Evelina Violet, youngest dau of the late Francis Adams, Esq., Westmeath.
1874--Died March 14, 1873 in Demerara, aged 29, Harry Raphael Adams, eldest son of William Adams, Esq. of Portglenone; Cashier of Ulster Bank, Ballymena, then emigrated to U.S. in 1870; returned to Ireland to recover his health and then to Demerara where he died.
1874--By Rev. B. W. Adams, brother-in-law of bride,
Edward Gibbs Poingdestre, eldest son of the late John Poingdestre, Esq. of Grainville Manor, Jersey, to Sarah, widow of John Hervey Adams, Esq., J.P., Co. Cavan.
1874--Acton Adams, Esq. of Nelson, N.Z., dau born.
1874--At Brackagh House, Portadown, death of Ellen, wife of William Adams, Esq.
1875--Death of Robert Adams, M.D., aged 83; survived by
S. Adams, son
Capt. Thomas Coote, D.L., son-in-law
Capt. Edward Richardson, D.L., son-in-law
Dr. A. Montgomery, nephew
1875--At Ballydown Presb. Ch., William Adams of same to Ellen Craig of Lisnaree.
1875--Thomas H. Adams of Ballymena, to Jane, only dau of John White, Esq. of London.
1875--At Ballymoney by the Rev. J. M. Hamilton, brother of the groom, A. Macleod S. Hamilton, M.D., to Jane Adams Steeveley, 2nd dau of the Rev. A. Steeveley,
now of St. John, New Brunswick.
1875--Ballymoney 3rd. Presb. Ch., James Peden to Dorcas Adams of The Trench, Ballymoney.