Name: George Bartley COULTER
Given Name: George Bartley
Suffix: Rev 1 2
Birth: 1806 3
Death: 31 Dec 1855 in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan 4 5
Change Date: 21 Jun 2015 at 14:32|
Father: John COULTER
Mother: Jane BARTLEY b: Abt 1766
Jane SMITH b: Abt 1812
13 Dec 1836
in Ireland 6
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22 Mar 2016
- John COULTER
- George Bartley COULTER b: Abt 1844
- William COULTER
- Mary COULTER b: Abt 1846 in Of Killard Cottage, Castleblayney
- James COULTER
- Jane COULTER b: Jul 1843
- Abbrev: Note
Text: From Full Circle: Of 2nd Castleblayney; 24 Mar 1846: offici atingminister at ordination of Rev John Moran, 1st Ballybay.
2 Castleblayney; 28 Sep 1847: officiating minister at ordin ation ofRev John Gordom Smyth, 1st Ballybay
1889: subscription for repairs to 1st Ballybay church, £1
Born 1806; son of John Coulter; brother of Rev John Coulter ; member ofDerryvalley congregation;accepted as studuent fo r ministry on 1 Nov1826; studied at Old College Belfast, ga ined General Certificate 1831;licensed by Monaghan Secessio n Presbytery in 1833; ordained atFrankford 26 Aug 1834, con tinued Castleblayney classical academy begunby his predeces sor, proved effective teacher; 1836 married Jane,daughter o f John Smith of Castleblayney; served in Frankford until hi sdeath 31 Dec 1855 aged 50 years.
PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of Castleblayney" NOTE: Working off th e charts fromPRONI leaves a few threads not quite connected , but getting clearer.
PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson p apers.DEATH: 1855, Dec 31 Age 50 George Bartley Coulter (Re v) Minister ofFrankford, 2nd Presbyterian Church, Castlebla yney.
- Abbrev: Wendy Jack
Title: Wendy Jack
Text: George Bartley COULTER was born in 1806. Like his elder b rother,George became a Presbyterian minister, but chose a d ifferent course ofstudy. After being accepted as a studen t for the ministry on 1November 1826, he studied at Old Col lege, Belfast and gained hisGeneral Certificate in 1831. H e was licensed by Monaghan SecessionPresbytery in 1833, an d the following year was ordained at Frankford(Second Castl eblayney) on 26 August. He served there until his death.Ge orge continued the Castleblayney classical academy, which h ad beenestablished by his predecessor David Longmoor, and p roved an effectiveteacher.
George married Jane SMITH on 13 December 1836 in Ireland . Jane wasborn circa 1813. She was the daughter of Joh n SMITH ofCastleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland. Jane died 2 9 May 1880 at herhome, 52 Fitzroy Avenue in Belfast, Irelan d. She was buried 1 June1880 at Frankford in Castleblayne y, Co Monaghan, Ireland.
George died 31 December 1855 at his home in Castleblayney , CoMonaghan, Ireland. He was buried in the Frankford chu rchyard inCastleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland.
- Abbrev: Full Circle
Title: Full Circle
- Abbrev: Belfast Newsletter Birth Marriages and Deaths
Title: Belfast Newsletter Birth Marriages and Deaths
Text: The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Wednesday, Janu ary 9,1856; Issue 12347
December 31, the Rev. George Bartley Coulter, Minister of t he SecondPresbyterian Church, Castleblayney, in the 50th ye ar of his age, andthe 22nd of his Ministry.
The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Saturday, Janua ry 5, 1856
DEATH OF THE REV. G. B. COULTER. - The Rev. George Bartle y Coulter,Minister of Frankford, the Second Presbyterian Ch urch, Castleblayney,died on the 31st ult., in the 50th yea r of his age, and the 22nd of his ministry, at his residenc e in Castleblayney. He has been takenaway from his sorrowi ng flock and family in the prime of life, in the full vigou r of his mental powers, and in the midst of usefulness an d universal esteem. He was an excellent classical scholar , fond ofscientific enquiry, but chiefly addicted to mathem atical study. Hewas a judicious preacher, a faithful pasto r, a sincere friend, tenderin his affections, and a thoroug hly honest man. He was of a gentleand retiring disposition , averse to all parade and show. His views ofexcellence we re such that he felt what his friends considered an unduedi strust of his own powers; and, while he deeply deplored exh ibitionsmade at times by persons apparently emtertaining a n exaggeratedestimate of their own importance, yet no one e xpressed a more heartycomplacency in the attainments and ex ellencies of his brethren. Hefinished his course with joy , committing himself, with Stephen andPaul, to that all-suf ficient Redeemer, whose minister he was, and whose Gospel i t was his chief business and delight to teach,exemplify, an d adorn. His remains were accompanied to thebeautifully-si tuated burial-ground of Frankford by a large concourseof al l classes and professions. A remarkably appropriate andaff ecting address was given in the church by the Rev. John Wes t, of Newtownhamilton; and a funeral sermon will be preache d on firs tLord's-day by the Rev. Daniel Gunn Brown, of New townhamilton.
- Abbrev: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland)
Title: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin , Ireland)
Text: Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin , Ireland),Wednesday, January 9, 1856
December 31, the Rev. George Bartley Coulter, Minister of t he SecondPresbyterian Church, Castleblayney.
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Title: 2008 Oct 17 email Wendy Jack
Text: The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Tuesday, Decemb er 20, 1836
On the 13th inst. by the Rev. Mr. M'Auley, the Rev. G. B. C oulter,Minister of Frankford, to Jane, eldest daughter of M r John Smith ofCastleblayney.