Crown, Doherty and Huston records
On 11th February 1882 Sarah Doherty of Creggan, daughter of James Doherty, labourer, married William Crown, a servant of Aughsheil, son of James Crown, Labourer. They married at the Catholic Chapel of Stranorlar in County Donegal. Witnesses John McGee and Susan Dunion. Priest Edward McDevitt C.C.
9th June, 1886, Birth of Eliza Jane, daughter of William Crown,a labourer of Creggan and Sarah Crown formerly Doherty. Informant Mary Crown, present at Birth at Creggan.
1st February 1893, at Creggan, Death of Sarah Crown aged 35 years, wife of William Crown, a labourer. Cause of death Postpartum Haemorrage. Informant William Crown, widower of deceased of Creggan.
On 5th February, 1901 Mary Huston aged 32 years, of midcut, daughter of Henry Houston, a Farmer, married William Crown aged 38 years, a labourer of Creggan, Midcut, son of James Crown, a Labourer. Married at the Catholic Chapel of Drumkeen in Co Donegal. Witnesses were William Sweeney and Bridget McCool. Priest Rev John McAteer C.C.
The above William Crown was my great grandfather, I think his wife, Sarah Doherty, is my great grandmother and their daughter Eliza Jane, my grandmother. There has been some confusion because I have been told that William Crown was married to a lady called Tinney first before marrying Mary Huston. Searches have not revealed anything and the Register Office says these are the only records of marriage for William Crown.
I also have the 1901 census information for this family if anyone is interested.
Other Doherty connections, Danny Doherty of Letterkenny married my granmother's sister, Maggie Crown. Children of this couple were Hughie, Danny, Peter and Maggie. John Doherty of Stranorlar married my grandmother's other sister Mary Crown.