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Arthur Guinness (1796 - 1835)

Rev Arthur Guinness
Born in Dublin, County Dublin, Irelandmap
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Husband of — married 26 Apr 1821 in Ballinderry By Moneymore, Londonderry, Irelandmap
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Died at age 39 in Knaresbrough and Harrogate, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdommap
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Rev Arthur Guinness was born on 2 April 1796, his father, Hosea, was 30 and his mother, Jane, was 20.

He was educated by Mr Blick and entered Trinity College Dublin on 5 July 1813, aged 17. B.A. 1817, M.A. 1832. [1]

He married Catherine Laughton Paul on 26 April 1821. They had five children during their marriage. He died on 14 October 1835 in Harrogate, Yorkshire, at the age of 39.

Children of Rev Arthur Guinness and CATHERINE PAUL:

  1. Arthur Hart Guinness 1827 – 1901
  2. Anne Elizabath Guinness 1828 – 1844
  3. Jane Guinness 1829 –
  4. Mary Guinness 1830 – 1879
  5. Thomas Hosea Guinness 1831 – 1888
  6. Margaret Guinness 1832 –

He died in 1835.

Death Notice - Globe January 8, 1836

DEATH. At Harrowgate, Rev. Arthur Guinness.

Arthur Guinness Sex: Male Marriage: 1821 Marriage Place: Ballinderry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Spouse: Catherine Paul Miscellaneous: Catherine's maiden name is in question Source: Z. Mettam. Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 2 (Manuscript found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City on microfilm 824282, item 3). Marriages are taken from Aghalee, County Antrim, 1811-1844; Arboe, County Tyrone, 1783-1845; Ballinderry, County Londonderry, 1803-1845; Ballymoney, County Antrim, 1808-1845; Ballynahinch, County Down, 1709-1785, 1801-1834; Boardmills, County Down, 1782-1842, 1851-1870; Camus, County Tyrone, 1804-1845; Donegore, County Antrim, 1806- 1841; Drumachose, County Londonderry, 1730-1845; Henry Street, County Limerick, 1819-1860; Inch, County Down, 1791-1926; Kilrea, County Londonderry, 1829-1848; Lissara, Down Down, 1811-1851; Lower Cumber, County Down, 1808-1845; Magheralin, County Down, 1785-1845; Moira, County Down, 1785-1877; Raffrey, County Down, 1845-1877; Rathfriland, County Down, 1783-1801; Rosemary Street, Belfast, County Antrim, 1811-1845; Saintfield, County Down, 1724-1750; Seaford, County Down, 1760-1894; and Tamlaght, Counties Londonderry and Tyrone, 1834-1844. Registration of marriages at the General Register Office in Dublin was compulsory for all Protestants after April 1845 in Ireland. They are the official record. Registration for all individuals became compulsory in Ireland after 1864.


  1. FindmyPast - Alumni Dublinenses - 1924 Edition Note: Published in 1924, this is the first edition Alumni Dublinenses, a register of provosts, professors, graduates and students of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland's oldest university.
  • "Ireland Marriages, 1619-1898," database, FamilySearch ( : 10 February 2018), Arthur Guiness and Catherine Paul, 26 Apr 1821; citing Ballinderry By Moneymore,Londonderry,Ireland, reference , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 6,026,027.

Date Submitted 9/14/2017 Submitted By ardmhacha1 Attached To Rev. Dr. Arthur Blair GUINNESS Birth 02 April 1796 Death 14 October 1835

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Guinness-782 and Guinness-19 appear to represent the same person because: same dates/bio
posted by Paul Hancock
Guinness-75 and Guinness-19 appear to represent the same person because: Same parents and wife; several children's names match.
posted by Sharon Casteel

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