King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 04

The data includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name.

Papers include
Timespan held at NLA
Freeman's Journal FJSep 1763–1924
Dublin Weekly Journal DWJApr 1725–11 Apr 1752
Hoey's Dublin MercuryHDMSep 1769–Aug 1771
Pue's OccurrencesPue'sO1717–1755
Limerick General Advertiser or GazetteLGA17 Sep 1804–10 Nov 1820
Limerick ChronicleLC1768 – 30 Dec 1835 imperfect
Limerick Evening Post and Clare SentinelLEP-CS1 Jan 1828–17 Dec 1833; 2 Jan –14 Apr 1835
Limerick HeraldLH18 Apr 1831–31 Jan 1833
Limerick TimesLT30 Jun 1834–13 Feb 1837
The Limerick reporter and Tipperary vindicatorLRTV1839–1895 imperfect
Belfast NewsletterBNL1738–1800 imperfect
Limerick StandardLS10 Mar 1837–30 Dec 1841

All these newspapers are available on microfilm at the National Library of Australia which has an online catalogue.


Papers held elsewhere include
Cork Gazette and General AdvertizerCG&GALibrary of Congress (USA)
Faulkner's Dublin JournalFDJLibrary of Congress (USA)
Limerick Herald and Munster AdvertiserLHMANational Library of Ireland
Berrow's Wocester JournalBWJUniversity of Melbourne

Main families covered include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story


PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleENTRY
LC1797503NPDBENNETTJosephRevAt Cork, Mrs. Elizabeth BENNETT, relict of the Rev. Joseph BENNETT, after a long and painful illness.
LGA18101106NPMBENNETTL HCaptA few days ago, by the Rev James ELLARD at Duntryleague church, George Wheeler BENNETT Esq of Bosnetstown, in this county, to Mrs BENNETT, relict of the late Capt BENNETT of the 95th Regiment
LondonG1800510NPNBENNETTLatham HEnsDublin Castle, May 5, 1800, ... 68th Foot ... Lieutenant Latham H. BENNETT, from Armagh Militia, to Ensign. Dated March 24, 1800.
FJ1789205-07NPMBENNETTMartha Edward CROKER of Tallow to Miss BENNETT sister to James BENNETT Esq MD
LGA1817923NPMBENNETTMary Ann On Thursday, by the Rev Mr CROKER at Athlacca church, John BLENNERHASSET Esq of Riddlestown to Mary Ann eldest daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT Esq of Ballincalow in this county
LC18271017NPDBENNETTnee DICKSONMrsOn Sunday night, at her father's, Stephen DICKSON, Esq. Prospect-Row, much regretted Mrs. BENNETT, relict of the late Samuel BENNETT Esq. of Rathkeale.
LC1824811NPSBENNETTParkerEsq .. Jury: John BARRY of Limerick, John FRANKLIN, Samuel BENNETT, Robert O'DELL, William SCANLAN, Parker BENNETT, Jeremiah SHINE, Richard STEVENSON, William GLEESON, Richard WHITE, Robert SMITHWICK, jun. and Thomas HEARD, Esqrs.
LC1793202NPDBENNETTParker On 27th ult. near the Corn-market, Cork, Mr. Parker BENNETT, grocer
CMC18081114NPDBENNETTPhilipEsqYesterday, Philip BENNETT, Esq, Apothecary, an Alderman and one of the Justices of the Court of Conscience in this City. He was wminently distinguished in his abilities in his profession, and was a truly upright Magistrate.
LGA1817418NPMBENNETTPhilipEsqAt Cork, John POWER, of Affane, co Waterford, Esq, to Jane second daughter of the late Philip BENNETT, of Cork, Esq
LC1801624NPMBENNETTPrudenceMissLast Monday, Samuel HARDING, of Patrick Street, Esq; to the very agreeable Miss Prudence BENNETT, second daughter of the late Hugh BENNETT, of Bosnetstown, in this county, Esq
EnnisC1816309NPDBENNETTRebeccaMrsOn Monday night at her mother's (Richmond Place) after a short illness, Rebecca third daughter of the late Sam. BENNETT of Ballincallow co Limerick
EnnisC1816309NPDBENNETTRebecca On Monday night at her mother's (Richmond Place) after a short illness, Rebecca third daughter of the late Sam. BENNETT of Ballincallow co Limerick
LEP-CS1832406NPDBENNETTRebecca On Sunday, at the seat of her son-in-law, John BLENNERHASSETT, Esq., much to the regret of her acquaintance, Rebecca, relict of Samuel BENNETT, Esq., of Ballincallow, county Limerick.
LC1825824NPMBENNETTRichardEsqIn Dublin, Richard BENNETT, of Aungier Street, Esq to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of the late Alderman George WHEELER, of Stephen's Green.
LC1798804NPMBENNETTRichardLtLeiut Richard BENNETT of the 13th Light Dragoons, son of the Rev Mr BENNETT, of Bruff, to the amiable and accomplished Miss GRAVES, only daughter of Thomas GRAVES, of Gothe Lodge, Esq; Essex, England, with a fortune of 30,000l.
LC1779802NPABENNETTSamuelCaptTo be sold ,
By Chidley COOTE Esq; for the payment of debts, the following denominations of lands, To-wit, the lands of Bally Mc Shaunboy Grage, held be Francis GREEN Esq by lease for ever, at the yearly rent of Two Hundred and Thirty Four Pounds, Ten Shillings for which he paid a Fine of Four Thousand Pounds.
  Or, Part of the lands of Ballingady (whichever best suits the purchaser) held by Samuel BENNETT, Esq for four lives now in being, at the yearly rent one hundred and forty eight pounds one shilling eight pence, for which he paid a fine of four hundred pounds, these Lands will rise to near double when out of lease.
  Proposals to be received by Chidley COOTE, Esq at Ashhill, Captain BINDON in Limerick, or Mr John SPREAD, Attorney, Long-quay , Cork, who will shew the Title Deeds.
  N. B. The above lands are all in the Barony of Costlea and county of Limerick
LC1793821NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqYesterday, Maurice HERBERT and Joseph O'DONNELL, were brought in, transmitted to the County Jail by the Rev. John BENNETT, Justice of the Peace for this County, charged with several offences:—These men, who have been long on their keeping, were notorious ringleaders in the late disturbances.—Mr. BENNETT was attended by Major CROKER, Robert CRIPS, Benjamin CASHELL, Sam. BENNETT, and Edw. CROKER, jun. of Grangehill, Esqrs.—The Rev. John BENNETT, returns hes sincere thanks to the Gentlemen, who at a moment's notice, after he had apprehended Maurice HERBERT and Joseph O'DONNELL, assembled to assist him committing the above offenders to the County Jail.
LC1799327NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqAt Fedamore Church, by the Rev. John PARKER, Samuel BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq; to the agreeable Miss Sarah FURNELL, daughter to Thomas FURNELL, of Rockfield, Esq; with a fortune of 1500l.
LC1799724NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqList of grand jury
LGA1805404NPBBENNETTSamuelEsqMonday last, sincerely lamented by a numerous and respectable family and acquaintance, Samuel BENNETT, of Ballycallowe, in this county, Esq
LC1810307NPABENNETTSamuelEsqTo be set, for 21 years
From the first of May next, or such other terms as shall be agreed on the lands of
Steals, in the County of Limerick,
Part of the estate of Chidley COOTE, Esq; now in the possession of Samuel BENNETT, Esq; and lying near the town of Kilmallock.
Proposals to be made to Mr. Pryce PEACOCK, Limerick.—Dated this 6th day of Jan. 1810.
LGA18151017NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqAt Kilpeacon church, on Thursday last, Samuel BENNETT, Esq. to Eliza, youngest daughter of Stephen DICKSON, of Prospect Hill, Esq.
EnnisC1816309NPDBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Monday night at her mother's (Richmond Place) after a short illness, Rebecca third daughter of the late Sam. BENNETT of Ballincallow co Limerick
LGA1817923NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Thursday, by the Rev Mr CROKER at Athlacca church, John BLENNERHASSET Esq of Riddlestown to Mary Ann eldest daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT Esq of Ballincalow in this county
LGA18171121NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqThe Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint Samuel BENNETT, Esq. of Bennets Grove, a Justice of the Peace and Quorum for the county Cork
LGA1818220NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqCommitted. By Samuel BENNETT, Esq. to the County Gaol, Tim AHERN, and Pat AHERN, for the murder of John HOWARD.
LGA1818901NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqCommittals
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  By James ELLARD, Esq. to the County Jail, Pat RIORDAN for stealing fruit.
  By Sam. BENNETT, Esq. John QUIN, for committing rape of Agnes DAY
LC18211121NPDBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Sunday, at Rathkeale, Samuel BENNETT, Esq. Seneschal of Rathkeale
LC1823423NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqRiverstown-house, near Croom, the property of Samuel BENNET, Esq. was set fire to, and totally consumed on Monday night, by the insurgents. The loss is estimated at £700.
LC1823611NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqIn Cork, Samuel BENNETT, of Bennett's-Grove, Esq, to Maria, daughter of Joseph REEVES, Esq
LC1824609NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqAt Bruff Church, by his uncle, the Rev. John PRESTON, on Monday, Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of Newtown, to the daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT, Esq. of Ballincallow, in this County.
LC1824814NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqCommitted to the County Jail, by the Rev. Edward Croker, Thom is O'Grady, and Walter Hussey Burgh, Esqrs. from Ballyneety Petty Sessions, James Lyons, Michael Hartigan, Wm. Fogarty, Thomas Bradshaw, Michael M'Mahon, Peter Murnane, Patrick Hourigan, Maurice Downey, and Patrick Browne, for selling spirituous liquors without licence by John Croker and James D. Lyons, Esqrs. Richard Allen, for stealing wearing apparel; by Samuel Bennett, Esq. John, Mathew, Dennis, and Morgan Lawne, for a violent assault on William Quinlan.
LC1824828NPSBENNETTSamuelEsqCommitted to the County Jail, by Charles D. OLIVER and Samuel BENNETT, Esqrs. Margaret LANE, for a violent assault on William and John QUINLAN and Patrick LYONS
LC18261025NPMBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Saturday last, at Knockany Church, by the Rev. John PEARSON, Thomas Furnell BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq. to Dorothea, second daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT, of Ballincallow, Esq. in this County.
LC18271017NPDBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Sunday night, at her father's, Stephen DICKSON, Esq. Prospect-Row, much regretted Mrs. BENNETT, relict of the late Samuel BENNETT Esq. of Rathkeale.
LEP-CS1828115NPDBENNETTSamuelEsqAt Clonlong, near this city, the widow of the late Samuel BENNET, Esq.; a lady much regretted
LEP-CS1832406NPDBENNETTSamuelEsqOn Sunday, at the seat of her son-in-law, John BLENNERHASSETT, Esq., much to the regret of her acquaintance, Rebecca, relict of Samuel BENNETT, Esq., of Ballincallow, county Limerick.
LC1799123NPABENNETTSamuel To be let,
From the first day of May next
For such term of Years as may be agreed on:
Ballinvarna, containing about 144 Acres; Steals 62 Acres; — Banagera, Ballynamona, and Ballybeg, about 100 Acres; all said ground lie within two miles of Bruff.
Proposals until the 1st day of February next will be received by Mr. Samuel BENNETT, at Milltown, near Bruff, on which day he being of age, will declare the Tenants. Nov. 17 1798
LC1826617NPABENNETTSamuel Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
LC1827801NPSBENNETTSamuel For trial in the City Court [Limerick] Frances MAXWELL, widow a. the Directors of the Albion Insurance Company— to recover £300, amount of Insurance effected on the life of the late Samuel BENNETT.
LC1827808NPSBENNETTSamuel MAXWELL against the Abion Insurance Company, was withdrawn, an amicable arrangement having taken place.
LEP-CS1828926NPLBENNETTSamuel letter re William John O'CONNELL and Lt CLARE
LEP-CS1831118NPSBENNETTSamuel Limerick Quarter sessions
...
   To be imprisoned — Michael TOOHY, for assaulting Samuel BENNETT, one week; ...
LC18261125NPDBENNETTSamuel JamesEsqOn Thursday, at Ballinvena, Samuel BENNETT James, Esq. one of the oldest Magistrates in this County. No Gentleman lived more in the esteme of his friend, or whose death is more sincerely regretted. To his afflicted family (to whom he discharged all the duties of a affectionate husband and kind father,) it must be some alleviation of their sorrow, to see the warm and sympathising Yeomanry of the neighbourhood mingle their tears in recollection of his many acts of kindness, in healing their differences and ministering their wants. His remains were deposited to-day in the family vault in Kilfinan.
LC1793504NPDBENNETTSarahMissCork april 27 ... In Cook Street, Miss Sarah BENNETT, sister of the late Justice BENNETT
LGA1807501NPMBENNETTStandish O'GradyEsqAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev Henry BEVAN, Standish O'Grady BENNETT, of Bruff, Esq, to Miss Margaret SHERLOCK, daughter of the late Thos. SHERLOCK of Rock-abbey, co Cork, Esq
LEP-CS1831215NPMBENNETTStandish O'GradyEsqAt Kilfennan (sic) Church, County Limerick, by the Rev. Mr. ELLARD, Captain Richard STORY, 1st West India Regiment, to Eliza, second daughter of Standish O'Grady BENNETT, Esq., of Tankerville, Co. Cork
Cork Const1846321NPDBENNETTStandish O'GradyEsqIn Toronto, Canada, on the 7th ultimo, Standish O'Grady BENNETT, Esq., formerly of Tankerville, county Cork, aged 70 years.
LGA1819119NPMBENNETTSusanMissIn Cork, Arthur SPROUL, of Dublin, Esq, to Miss Susan BENNETT, daughter of the late Mr. John B BENNETT, of Cork
LGA1813803NPMBENNETTTheophilusEsqOn Tuesday last, by special licence, James LITTLE, Esq son of Thomas LITTLE, of Spa Hill, co Carlow, to Miss BENNETT, daughter of Theophilus BENNETT, of Oldtown, co Tipperary, Esq
LGA18161001NPMBENNETTTheophilusEsqBy the Rev Harry Meggs GRAVES, at Temoplemore Church, Robt. ROE, Esq, of Killedelig, Queens Co, to Anne, daughter of Theos. BENNETT, Esq. of Old Town, Co. Tipperary
LC18211205NPMBENNETTThomasEsqIn Clonmel, Thomas BENNETT, jun. Esq. of Old Town, co. Tipperaty, to Anastatia, daughter of J M'CHENNE, Esq
LEP-CS1829814NPMBENNETTThomasEsqLuke KINGSMILL, Esq., of Templemore, to Anistatia, widow of Thomas BENNETT, Esq. of Bellwood Cottage
LC1799109NPMBENNETTThomasMrLast Saturday, at Bruff, Mr John COLLINS, of Tipperary, to Miss BENNETT, daughter to Mr. Thomas BENNETT
LEP-CS1831816NPMBENNETTThomasMrAt St Finn Barr's, Cork, Mr. Thomas BENNETT, near Clonakilty, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Barnabus DEANE Tureen, near Dunmanway
LC18261025NPMBENNETTThomas FurnellEsqOn Saturday last, at Knockany Church, by the Rev. John PEARSON, Thomas Furnell BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq. to Dorothea, second daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT, of Ballincallow, Esq. in this County.
LC1827411NPBBENNETTValentineEsqAt Thomastown, in the King's County, the Lady of Valentine BENNETT, Esq. of a son
LEP-CS1832131NPBBENNETTValentineEsqAt Thomastown, King's County, the lady of Valentine BENNETT, Esq, of a son
LC1826204NPBBENNETTValentneEsqThe lady of Valentine BENNETT, Esq. of Thomastown, King's County, of a son
LC1801725NPDBENNETTWiliam CollisEsqYesterday, of one of those epidemick fevers, William Collis BENNETT, Esq; of Cottage near Bruff, in this county.
LC1785120NPMBENNETTWilliamEsqYesterday at Bruff, Co. Limerick, Mr. Pierce KELLY, of this city, to Miss Dora BENNETT, daughter of William BENNETT, of Ballincoulou, Esq; an amiable young lady with a large fortune.
LC1797201NPABENNETTWilliamEsqSir Richard QUIN, Bt. having appointed Stephen DICKSON, of Mount Della, in the County of Limerick, Esq; Sensehal of the Manors of Tubberney and Effin, situate between Charleville and Kilmallock; Mr. DICKSON will in future hold Courts Baron, once every month at the Glebe House of Ballingaddy.—Mr. DICKSON's next Court Day, will be held the 22d of February next; he will leave Processes and blank Copies, at Wm. BENNET's Esq; at Martin's-town, near Kilmallock; Processes to be served 7 days inclusive, before each Court day; the Jurisdiction of the Court in the above Manors, extend to the recovery of any Sum not exceeding 10l.      Jan. 28, 1797
LEP-CS18291222NPDBENNETTWilliamMrYesterday, on the North Strand, Limerick, Ellen wife of Mr. William BENNETT.
LGA1808115NPDBENNETTWilliam BlackerEsqA few days since, at his seat, Castle-Creagh, in this county, Wm. Blacker BENNETT Esq Justice for the Peace for the counties Limerick and Tipperary...
LC1793504NPDBENNETT JusticeCork april 27 ... In Cook Street, Miss Sarah BENNETT, sister of the late Justice BENNETT
EnnisC18101020NPMBENNETT LtOn Thursday morning, at Kilpeacon Church, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss Henrietta youngest daughter of the late Thomas FURNELL. Esq of Rockfield, co Limerick
LC18101020NPMBENNETT LtAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev. Hen. BEVAN, on Thursday last, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss FURNELL.
LEP-CS18301214NPMBENNETT Majin Cork, Major BENNETT, of the 64th Regiment of Foot, to Matlida, relict of the late Major HOLMES, of Glanamore, Co. Cork
LC1799109NPMBENNETT MissLast Saturday, at Bruff, Mr John COLLINS, of Tipperary, to Miss BENNETT, daughter to Mr. Thomas BENNETT
CMC1808817NPMBENNETT MissAt Kilmeen Church, on Tuesday the 8th inst, by the Rev. E. H. KENNY, Herbert GILLMAN, of Eniskeen, Esq to Miss BENNETT, eldest daughter of Francis BENNETT, of Bennetts Grove, in this county, Esq
LGA1813803NPMBENNETT MissOn Tuesday last, by special licence, James LITTLE, Esq son of Thomas LITTLE, of Spa Hill, co Carlow, to Miss BENNETT, daughter of Theophilus BENNETT, of Oldtown, co Tipperary, Esq
LGA1815811NPMBENNETT MissLately at Listowel church, Co Kerry, —— DALTON, Esq of Ballybunion in said county, to Miss BENNETT, daughter of the late Rev Edmond BENNETT, of Bruff in this county
LC1824609NPMBENNETT MissAt Bruff Church, by his uncle, the Rev. John PRESTON, on Monday, Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of Newtown, to the daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT, Esq. of Ballincallow, in this County.
LS1841816NPSBENNETT Mr QCReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREW
LGA18101106NPMBENNETT MrsA few days ago, by the Rev James ELLARD at Duntryleague church, George Wheeler BENNETT Esq of Bosnetstown, in this county, to Mrs BENNETT, relict of the late Capt BENNETT of the 95th Regiment
LGA18191224NPDBENNETT MrsOn the evening of Wednesday last, at Heath-Lodge, the seat of Hugh BENNET, Esq. Mrs. BENNETT, the lady of George Wheeler BENNETT, Esq. of Bosnetstown, in this county
EnnisC1811213NPMBENNETT RevAt Carrick on Shonnon, John LITTLE jumr of Colville Esq to Eliza only daughter of the Rev Mr BENNETT
LC17921117NPABENNETT  By Particular desire,
There will be a Ball and Supper at BENNETT’s Long Room in Bruff, on Monday the 19th instant.
Lancelot GUBBINS, Esq; Steward,
Admittance — Ladies 2s. 8d. h.
Gentlemen 5s. 5d
Maidstown, November 5, 1792.
LC18261108NPSBENNETT  On Sunday last, BENNETT, of the County Police, arrested in Charleville, under a warrant from George MASSY, Esq. Maurice COLLLINS, charged with violently assaulting Maurice HARTNETT, at Abbeyfeale, by which his skull was fractured.
LC17831013NPABENNISThomas Rock Salt
Just arrived to Charles CHRISTIAN, a cargo of best picked Rock, wgich will sell on most reasonable terms. Inquire at Mr. BENNIS's, Hardware-Merchant, opposite Bow-lane.      Limerick, Sep 22.
FJ1766125-28NPMBENTLEY MissLately in Co Clare, Mr Richard EVANS attorney to Miss BENTLEY
LGA18181030NPMBERANARDLukeEsqWednesday morning, by the Rev. Mr. CRAMPTON, at Castle Connell church, Luke BERNARD, Esq. of this city, to Mrs. EVANS, relict of the late Eyre EVANS, Esq. Captain and Paymaster of the 51st regt.
FJ1819424NPMBERESFORDConstantina Frances Anne On Wed 21st inst, at the parish ch Barteagh co Derry by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev Dr Lord Bishop of Raphoe Thomas WALKER Esq of the Scots Greys 2nd s of the late Joseph WALKER Esq of Eastwood YKS to Constantina Frances Anne eld d of John Claudius BERESFORD Esq
LC_LM1774609NPMBERESFORDJohnRt HonThe Rt Hon. John BERESFORD, to Miss MONTGOMERY, daughter to Sir William MONTGOMERY, and sister to Viscountess Townsend and Mrs. GARDINER
FJ1819424NPMBERESFORDJohn ClaudiusEsqOn Wed 21st inst, at the parish ch Barteagh co Derry by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev Dr Lord Bishop of Raphoe Thomas WALKER Esq of the Scots Greys 2nd s of the late Joseph WALKER Esq of Eastwood YKS to Constantina Frances Anne eld d of John Claudius BERESFORD Esq
LC1783718NPSBERESFORD Lord Bisop of OssoryKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.
LGA1812211NPSBERKELEYD Committed—By Eyre EVANS Esq. to the county jail, on Thursday, William READY, Willim DOWNEY, Patrick ROONAN, John CASEY, and Patrick LEE, charged with felony, unlawful assemblies, and buglary in the house of D. BERKELEY, of Kilmallock
FJ1815609NPMBERMINGHAMMarcella On Wednesday 31st of May last, at the Cathedral of Taum, John BARRETT of Ballinasloe, in the co Galway to Marcella youngest daughter of Capt BERMINGHAM, late of Ashgrove, in said co
FJ1815607NPMBERMINGHAMMurcella On Wednesday last, at the Cathedral of Taum, John BARRETT of Ballinasloe, in the co Galway to Murcella youngest daughter of Capt BERMINGHAM, late of Ashgrove, in said co
FJ1815607NPMBERMINGHAM CaptOn Wednesday last, at the Cathedral of Taum, John BARRETT of Ballinasloe, in the co Galway to Murcella youngest daughter of Capt BERMINGHAM, late of Ashgrove, in said co
FJ1815609NPMBERMINGHAM CaptOn Wednesday 31st of May last, at the Cathedral of Taum, John BARRETT of Ballinasloe, in the co Galway to Marcella youngest daughter of Capt BERMINGHAM, late of Ashgrove, in said co
FJ1859725NPMBERNARDJoshua LacyRevJuly 23, at Powerscourt Church, by the Rev Joshua Lacy BERNARD, AM, John N JEMISON Esq solicitor to Annie Kate youngest daughter of John WILSON Esq Drumcondera Terace, same co
LC18271017NPSBERNARDLukeEsqWe understand that Hughes RUSSELL, Esq, is to be appointed to the Post Office of this City; a selection that has given general satisfaction, Mr. RUSSELL succeeds Luke BERNARD, Esq. who for nearly half a century discharged the duties with honour to himself and advantage to the Revenue—we are happy that his services will be requited by a handsome pension, to which he is justly entitled.
LEP-CS1828919NPMBERNARDMaria On the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, Esq
LEP-CS1828919NPMBERNARDThomasEsqOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, Esq
LEP-CS1832210NPSBERNARD MrsAt a meeting of the Ladies of Cork, on Wednesday, Mrs. BERNARD, the Mayoress, in the chair, when 70l. was subscribed towards providing an outfit for 120 female emigrants to New South Wales.
LC1826930NPSBERRYCatherine Two inquests were yesterday held by the Right Worshipful Henry WATSON, Mayor, at the Infirmary, on the body of Catherine BERRY, who was murdered by Denis RYAN at Ballyneety; and on the body of John M'KEAD, a respectable shoemaker, who was found drowned on Thursday in the Shannin at the New docks.
FJ1835406NPDBERRYCatherine (nee SMITH ow CROKER) At Kilmallock, Catherine, wife of Robert BERRY, Esq and relict of Lt Richard CROKER of the 5th Foot
LC1835401NPDBERRYCatherine (ow CROKER nee SMITH)MrsAt Kilmallock, in her 54th year, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian resignation Catherine, wife of Robert BERRY, and relict of the late Lt Richard CROKER of the 5th Regt [Ens 1806, Lt 1807, alive 1810] = c18 Mar 1808 [MI]
Memorial Inscription Kilmallock churchyard: To the memory | of | Mrs Catherine BERRY | by her husband | She died March 24th 1835 | aged 55 years | Also Robert BERRY Esq | who erected this stone | and died August 26th 1844
LH1832723NPDBERRYFanny At Bellair, in the King's co, the seat her uncle, Thomas Homan MULOCK, Esq Fanny daughter to Francis BERRY, Esq, Tullamore
LH1832723NPDBERRYFrancisEsqAt Bellair, in the King's co, the seat her uncle, Thomas Homan MULOCK, Esq Fanny daughter to Francis BERRY, Esq, Tullamore
FJ1861601NPMBERRYFrancis HomanEsqMay 30, in Booterstown Church, Francis Homan BERRY Esq youngest son of the late Capt Malborough P BERRY of the 3rd Buffs, to Eleanor Letitia, second daughter of Simon FOOT Esq Avoca Road, Blackrock, co Dublin
FJ1829528NPMBERRYJamesEsqThursday morning last, at Killinick church, county Waterford, Lett SEALY of Bloomhill Esq to Mary 2nd daughter of the late James Berry of Ballykelly Esq
LGA1818630NPDBERRYJames HanoverCaptFriday se'nnight at Portobello, James Hanover BERRY, Esq. aged 25 years, formerly a captain in his Majesty's service
LC17681208NPDBERRYJohnEsqAr (sic) Broadwoid, Co. Westmeath, John BERRY, Esq
LEP-CS1831819NPMBERRYJohnEsqMr. Michael CORBETT, of Tipperary, Architect, to Maria, daughter of John BERRY, Esq., of Grenane Cottage.
FJ1861601NPMBERRYMalborough PEsqMay 30, in Booterstown Church, Francis Homan BERRY Esq youngest son of the late Capt Malborough P BERRY of the 3rd Buffs, to Eleanor Letitia, second daughter of Simon FOOT Esq Avoca Road, Blackrock, co Dublin
LEP-CS1831819NPMBERRYMaria Mr. Michael CORBETT, of Tipperary, Architect, to Maria, daughter of John BERRY, Esq., of Grenane Cottage.
FJ1829528NPMBERRYMaryMissThursday morning last, at Killinick church, county Waterford, Lett SEALY of Bloomhill Esq to Mary 2nd daughter of the late James Berry of Ballykelly Esq
LC18271024NPMBERRYParsonsEsqAt Lennally Church, by the Rev. Philip BERRY, Parsons BERRY, Esq. of Tullamore, to Martha, third daughter of the late Rev. Peter TURPIN, of Maryborough.
MJ1750222NPDBERRYPatienceMrsDublin Feb 20: Saturday sen'night died of a lingering illness Mrs Patience BERRY wife of Jonathan BERRY Esq of Dove Grove near Birr; and on Tuesday she was interred there in the burial place of that ancient family
MJ1750222NPDBERRYPatienceMrsDublin Feb 20: Saturday sen'night died of a lingering illness Mrs Patience BERRY wife of Jonathan BERRY Esq of Dove Grove near Birr; and on Tuesday she was interred there in the burial place of that ancient family
LC18271024NPMBERRYPhilipRevAt Lennally Church, by the Rev. Philip BERRY, Parsons BERRY, Esq. of Tullamore, to Martha, third daughter of the late Rev. Peter TURPIN, of Maryborough.
LC1835401NPDBERRYRobertEsqAt Kilmallock, in her 54th year, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian resignation Catherine, wife of Robert BERRY, and relict of the late Lt Richard CROKER of the 5th Regt [Ens 1806, Lt 1807, alive 1810] = c18 Mar 1808
FJ1835406NPDBERRYRobertEsqAt Kilmallock, Catherine, wife of Robert BERRY, Esq and relict of Lt Richard CROKER of the 5th Foot
LGA1813119NPMBERRYRobert FEsqRobert F BERRY, Esq to Elizabeth, second daughter of Edward CROW, of Tullamore, Esq
LEP-CS1829410NPDBERRYRobert SEsqIn Kevin Street, Dublin, Robert S. BERRY, Esq.
FJ1857102NPDBETHAMElizabeth December 30, at Killinay, Elizabeth, widow of Sir William BETHAM
FJ1831207NPMBETHAMFrances Jane February 2, Henry Siree HARDINGE of Kilmacud Esq to Frances Jane daughter of Sir William BETHAM of Mount Pelier, co Dublin
LGA1813820NPBBETHAMWilliamSirOn Saturday last, the lady of Sir William BETHAM of a son and heir
FJ1817418NPBBETHAMWilliamSirOn Wednesday last at Montpellier House, the lady of Sir William BETHAM of a son
FJ1820408NPDBETHAMWilliamSirsee Rear Admiral Sir Chichester FORTESCUE
LGA1820428NPSBETHAMWilliamSirLetters Patent have also passed the Great Seal of Ireland, granting unto Sir William BETHAM, knight, the office of Ulster King of Arms, and the principal Herald of Ireland
FJ1831207NPMBETHAMWilliamSirFebruary 2, Henry Siree HARDINGE of Kilmacud Esq to Frances Jane daughter of Sir William BETHAM of Mount Pelier, co Dublin
FJ1857102NPDBETHAMWilliamSirDecember 30, at Killinay, Elizabeth, widow of Sir William BETHAM
LEP-CS1828711NPMBEVANAlicia Emma At KIlmurry Church, by the Rev. H. GUBBINS, Henry Godfrey JAMES, Esq. h. p. 35th Regiment, to Alicia Emma, daughter of the late Henry BEVAN, of Camass, County Limerick, Esq.
LC1827721NPMBEVANAnne This morning, at Kilquade Church, Joseph Gabbett MAUNSELL, Esq. of Limerick, to Anne daughter of the late Samuel BEVAN, of North Camass, in this county, Esq.
LC17961123NPMBEVANAvarnia Purdon MissLast Saturday, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. John BENNETT, Richard SHERLOCK, of Spring-fort, in the Co. Cork, Esq; to Miss Avarnia Purdon BEVAN, Daughter to Henry BEVAN, of Miltown, Esq
LGA18151121NPMBEVANEliza Saturday last, at Bruff, by the Rev Mr BEVAN, Daniel HUNT, Esq, of Ballincallow, in this county, to Eliza, daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Camass
LGA18181120NPMBEVANFRevBy the Rev F BEVAN, at Kilpeacon Church, Arthur CASHEL, of Bushfield, co Tipperary, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Lemonfield, near this city
LGA1819202NPABEVANFredMr96 acres of Ballyhigh
LC18241117NPDBEVANFrederickEsqThis morning, at the hoouse of Frederick BEVAN, Esq. in Thomas Street, Mrs. FINCH, relict of the late William FINCH, Esq. of Maryville, in this county—a Lady who, during a long life, sustained a most benevolentand kind disposition, and whose death is sincerely regretted by her respectable family and friends.
LGA1811108NPABEVANFrederick FEsqTo be let,
From the 25th of March next,
Either together or in Divisions,
About 57 acres of the lands of
RIVERS,
On which there is a comfortable Farm House, with barn, and other suitable offices.—These lands are within two miles of Limerick, on the Castle Connell road. The Tenant or tenants can get immediate possessionof about 30 acres, fit for Wheat or Barley, on which is a large heap of manure.
Application to Frederick F BEVAN Esq. Maryville, Limerick, or Henry BEVAN, Esq. Camas, Bruff. Jan 8, 1811
Mr Garret SHAUUGHNESSY on the lands will attend and shew them.
LS1840518NPMBEVANGeorge PurdonEsqAt Listowel ch, by the Rev Dawson MASSY, George Purdon BEVAN Esq eldest son of Henry BEVAN, George Esq of Lemon Field and Carras in this county to Janet eldest daughter of George CASHEL Esq of Bedford House co Kerry and niece to Prof WILSON of Edinburgh
LC18241204NPDBEVANH or MEsqAt his house in Bruff, on Monday evening, H...[or M... page folded over] BEVAN, Esq. late of Milltown, in this county, who bore a long and lingering illness with trur Christian patience, and has left a disconsolate widow and six young children to deplore his loss.
LC17961123NPMBEVANHenryEsqLast Saturday, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. John BENNETT, Richard SHERLOCK, of Spring-fort, in the Co. Cork, Esq; to Miss Avarnia Purdon BEVAN, Daughter to Henry BEVAN, of Miltown, Esq
LGA1811108NPABEVANHenryEsqTo be let,
From the 25th of March next,
Either together or in Divisions,
About 57 acres of the lands of
RIVERS,
On which there is a comfortable Farm House, with barn, and other suitable offices.—These lands are within two miles of Limerick, on the Castle Connell road. The Tenant or tenants can get immediate possessionof about 30 acres, fit for Wheat or Barley, on which is a large heap of manure.
Application to Frederick F BEVAN Esq. Maryville, Limerick, or Henry BEVAN, Esq. Camas, Bruff. Jan 8, 1811
Mr Garret SHAUUGHNESSY on the lands will attend and shew them.
LGA1811726NPSBEVANHenryEsqCommitted—Yesterday by Henry BEVAN, Esq to the county jail, Mary GARBEY, charged with picking the pockets of Michael REGAN of a large sum of money, at the fair at Bruff.
LGA18151121NPMBEVANHenryEsqSaturday last, at Bruff, by the Rev Mr BEVAN, Daniel HUNT, Esq, of Ballincallow, in this county, to Eliza, daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Camass
LGA1816802NPSBEVANHenryEsqCommitted
... —By Henry BEVAN, Esq. David SHEA, charged with attempting to choak John RIGGS, of Bruff.— By the Rev James ELLARD, Daniel TOOMY, charged with passing forged notes.
LGA1817606NPSBEVANHenryEsqCommitted
By the Rev. James ELLARD, John AHERN, charged with robbery.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. Robert HOLMES, Henry HOLMES, and James LEO, charged with assulting DRISCOLLs.
LGA1817606NPSBEVANHenryEsqPotato war
LGA1818731NPDBEVANHenryEsqAt Cove on Monday (27th) last, of a decline in consequence of bursting a blood vessel Mrs LEE wife of John LEE Esq and Daughter of Henry BEVAN esq
FJ1818801NPDBEVANHenryEsqAt Cove, on Monday se'night, Mrs LEE wife of John LEE Esq of Limerick and daughter of Henry BEVAN Esq of Curnass
LGA18181120NPMBEVANHenryEsqBy the Rev F BEVAN, at Kilpeacon Church, Arthur CASHEL, of Bushfield, co Tipperary, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Lemonfield, near this city
FJ18181125NPMBEVANHenryEsqOn the 15th inst, in Limerick, Arthur CASHEL Esq of Bushfield, co Tipperary, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of Henry BEVAN Esq of Lemonfield near Limerick
LGA1819312NPSBEVANHenryEsqCommittals: ... To the county Gaol ... By H. BEVAN, Esq. Roger MCNAMARA, killing a sheep the property of Mrs. CREED.
By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Wm. KENNY, assault and robbery.
LGA1819723NPSBEVANHenryEsqCommittals
...
To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
LEP-CS1828711NPMBEVANHenryEsqAt KIlmurry Church, by the Rev. H. GUBBINS, Henry Godfrey JAMES, Esq. h. p. 35th Regiment, to Alicia Emma, daughter of the late Henry BEVAN, of Camass, County Limerick, Esq.
LGA1807501NPMBEVANHenryRevAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev Henry BEVAN, Standish O'Grady BENNETT, of Bruff, Esq, to Miss Margaret SHERLOCK, daughter of the late Thos. SHERLOCK of Rock-abbey, co Cork, Esq
LC18101020NPMBEVANHenryRevAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev. Hen. BEVAN, on Thursday last, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss FURNELL.
LC1824228NPDBEVANHenryRevIn Mallow, on Wednesday last, in the 19th year of his age, Henry, only son of the Rev. Henry BEVAN.
FJ1836112NPDBEVANHenryRevAt Milltown co Limerick Mrs BEVAN, mother of the Rev Henry BEVAN
LC1824228NPDBEVANHenry In Mallow, on Wednesday last, in the 19th year of his age, Henry, only son of the Rev. Henry BEVAN.
LS1840518NPMBEVANHenry GeorgeEsqAt Listowel ch, by the Rev Dawson MASSY, George Purdon BEVAN Esq eldest son of Henry BEVAN, George Esq of Lemon Field and Carras in this county to Janet eldest daughter of George CASHEL Esq of Bedford House co Kerry and niece to Prof WILSON of Edinburgh
FJ18241204NPDBEVANJamesEsqOn the 29t ult, in Bruff, James BEVAN Esq late of Miltown, co Limerick
LC18261025NPDBEVANJamesMrsAt Bruff, Mrs. James BEVAN — a lady deservedly lamented.
LGA18181120NPMBEVANMary By the Rev F BEVAN, at Kilpeacon Church, Arthur CASHEL, of Bushfield, co Tipperary, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Lemonfield, near this city
FJ18181125NPMBEVANMary Anne On the 15th inst, in Limerick, Arthur CASHEL Esq of Bushfield, co Tipperary, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of Henry BEVAN Esq of Lemonfield near Limerick
CG HA1789430NPDBEVANMichaelEsqLimerick, April 23. ... Last Friday, Michael BEVAN, of Camas, Esq
LEP-CS1828318NPSBEVANMichaelEsqMichael BEVAN, Esq. of Camass, is appointed magistrate for the County Limerick
LEP-CS1830122NPSBEVANMichaelEsqCommitted to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealing
LEP-CS1831215NPSBEVANMichaelEsqThe Gentleman, who is charged with having, at the head of an armed party, forceibly entered Cordangan, County Tipperary, athe Seat of J. COOKE, Esq., is admitted bail.
FJ1836112NPDBEVANPrudence (nee BENNETT)MrsAt Milltown co Limerick Mrs BEVAN, mother of the Rev Henry BEVAN
LC1783718NPSBEVANRichardBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.
LC1827721NPMBEVANSamuelEsqThis morning, at Kilquade Church, Joseph Gabbett MAUNSELL, Esq. of Limerick, to Anne daughter of the late Samuel BEVAN, of North Camass, in this county, Esq.
LGA1817606NPSBEVANWilliamRevPotato war
LGA1816611NPSBEVAN MrA few nights back, a field, belonging to Mr. WEEKS, a farmer, near Bruff, was turned up and on Sunday night, his dairyman's house was broke open, some of his family flogged, and the furniture destroyed— Messrs BEVAN and LEAKE, Magistrates of this county, with a party of the 16th foot on Wednesday, collected the workmen in that neighbourhood, and compelled them to replace the sods, and level the field again, much against their inclination.
LC18261129NPSBEVAN MrSteeple Chase—We have to apprise our sporting readers that the County Limerick Fox-Hunting Club has been challenged and will run for Thursday, the 30th instant—Four Miles—to start at two, p. m. from Athalacca spire, over Cloghan Hill, and Ballygibbs-house, to the Hill of Kilmallock—Mr. CRIPPS's Bacchus, rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; Mr. BEVAN's M_At-all, rode by owner; Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy-the-Beau, rode by ——. From the known celebrity of the horses, a desparate contest is expected. Another race over the same ground will take place between Mr. CROFTS and Mr. SHERLOCK.
LC18261202NPSBEVAN MrSporting Extraordinary.— The celebrated Steeple Chase for the Kilmallock fox hunting cup was run for on Thursday last, by Mr. BEVAN's Mr. Astall, rode by owner; Mr. CRIPPS;s Bacchus, (the holder of the cup,) rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; and Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy the Beau, rode by Mr. STEPHENSON. This was a closely contested race from Athlacca spire to past Clogher-hill, when Mr. BEVAN shot past his antagonistson the deep ground, and beat them home to Kilmallock in a very easy but gallant style—in fact, Mr. BEVAN had it all his own way the last miles. The other race between Mr. SHERLOCK and Mr. CROFTS for 50l. was won by Mr. S. after a closely contested race.
LGA18151121NPMBEVAN Rev MrSaturday last, at Bruff, by the Rev Mr BEVAN, Daniel HUNT, Esq, of Ballincallow, in this county, to Eliza, daughter of Henry BEVAN, Esq. of Camass
FJ17721121-24NPMBEVAN  A few days ago at Limerick, the Rev Mr Wm MASSEY to miss BEVAN
LEP-CS1828222NPMBEVERHOUDT LtOn Thursday last, by the Rev Mr CAMPBELL, at Tancy Church, near Dublin, Lieutenant BEVERHOUDT, 58th Regiment, to Helena, only daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Fanningstown, in this County.
LC1769828NPMBEVIN MissLast Thursday, Mr. William HARTNEY merchant, to Miss BEVIN of Camas, a most agreeable young Lady with a large Fortune.
FJ1853225NPMBEWLEYAlexanderEsqFebruary 24, at York-street Chapel, in this city, by the Rev Dr URWICK, Alexander BEWLEY Esq of Milbank, Liverpool, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Richard RICHARDSON of Henry-street
FJ1847524NPDBEWLEYAnna On the 21st inst, at Palmyra, Anna beloved wife of Thomas BEWLEY Esq
FJ1849705NPMBEWLEYBenjamin FranklinRevJuly 3, in Nenagh Church, the Rev Benjamin Franklin BEWLEY, curate of Nenagh, to Margaret Gardiner, eldest daughter of Adam WALKER, Esq, of Summer Hill, Nenagh
LC18241020NPMBEWLEYCharles At the Friends Meeting House, Sycamore Alley, Charles BEWLEY, son of Samuel BEWLEY, of Rockville, County Dublin, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John TODHUNTER, of Sir John Rogerson's Quay
FJ1847621NPDBEWLEYCharles On the 4th inst, at Parnel-place, of fever, Hannah, relict of the late Charles BEWLEY, and daughter of the late John TODHUNTER
FJ1859106NPMBEWLEYEdwardEsq MDJanuary 4, at Handsworth Church, Staffordshire, by the Rev George W MURRAY, rector, Edward BEWLEY Esq MD, of Clara, King's co, to Charlotte Hutchinson, daughter of the late Richard THOMAS, Esq CE of Dilmore Court, Yorkshire
FJ1848104NPDBEWLEYElizabeth On the 1st inst, at Sandford Hill, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph BEWLEY Esq
FJ1848928NPDBEWLEYElizabeth On the 23d inst, at Standford Grove, Elizabeth relict of Samuel BEWLEY Esq of Rockville, Newtown Park
FJ1852420NPBBEWLEYFranklinRevApril 13, at Carrickfergus, the lady of the Rev Franklin BEWLEY of a daughter
FJ1854729NPBBEWLEYFranklinRevJuly 25, at Ballymoney, co Antrim, the wife of the Rev Franklin BEWLEY of a daughter
FJ1856616NPBBEWLEYFranklinRevJune 9, at Ballymoney, co Antrim, the wife of the Rev Franklin BEWLEY of a daughter
FJ1859316NPBBEWLEYFranklinRevMarch 10, at Ballymony, co Antrim, the wife of the Rev Franklin BEWLEY, of a son
FJ1859328NPMBEWLEYGeorgeEsqFebruary 24, at Cincinati, Ohio, Thomas, eldest son of the late George BEWLEY Esq of Mountmellick, to Anne Rebecca, daughter of A U THOMAS Esq of Elkton, Maryland, US
LT18361219NPDBEWLEYGeorgeMrIn Mountmellick of apoplexy on Wednesday morning last Mr George BEWLEY an eminent member of the Society of Friends
FJ1847621NPDBEWLEYHannah (nee TODHUNTER) On the 4th inst, at Parnel-place, of fever, Hannah, relict of the late Charles BEWLEY, and daughter of the late John TODHUNTER
FJ18351203NPMBEWLEYHenryEsqOn the 25th ult, at the Friends Meeting House, ????, near Charlemont, Henry BEWLEY of this city Esq to Anne daughter of Abraham PIKE of ??? near Doughomore Esq
LC18351205NPMBEWLEYHenryEsqAt the Friends Meeting House, Grange, near Charlamont, Henry BEWLEY of Dublin, Esq to Anne daughter Jonathan PIKE of Beechgrove, near Dungannon Esq
FJ1842405NPBBEWLEYHenryEsqOn the 1st inst, the lady of Henry BEWLEY Esq of Leeson street of a son
FJ1848104NPDBEWLEYJosephEsqOn the 1st inst, at Sandford Hill, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph BEWLEY Esq
FJ1848417NPBBEWLEYJoshuaEsqApril 14, on Pembroke Road, the lady of Joshua BEWLEY Esq, of a daughter
FJ18491115NPMBEWLEYJoshuaEsqOctober 13, at Pembroke Road, the lady of Joshua BEWLEY Esq of a daughter
LS1839409NPMBEWLEYMary At St peter's church, Dublin, Edward DRUITT Esq of Partsonstown, to Mary eldest daughter of Thomas BEWLEY Esq of Whitechurch, co Dublin
FJ1846905NPMBEWLEYNewton On the 1st inst, in St Peter's church, Newton, fifth son of the late Thomas BEWLEY Esq of Whitechurch, co Dublin, to Jane eldest daughter of the late Mr George SAUNDERS, of this city
LS18371114NPDBEWLEYSamuelEsqSamuel BEWLEY Esq of William Street, Dublin
FJ1848928NPDBEWLEYSamuelEsqOn the 23d inst, at Standford Grove, Elizabeth relict of Samuel BEWLEY Esq of Rockville, Newtown Park
LC18241020NPMBEWLEYSamuel At the Friends Meeting House, Sycamore Alley, Charles BEWLEY, son of Samuel BEWLEY, of Rockville, County Dublin, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John TODHUNTER, of Sir John Rogerson's Quay
LS1838313NPBBEWLEYSamuel The lady of Samuel BEWLEY of Lower Gardiner Street Dublin of a daughter
FJ18471125NPBBEWLEYSanuelEsqOn the 21st inst, at Sandford Grove, the lady of Smuel BEWLEY Esq of a son
FJ18511006NPMBEWLEYSarah Caroline October 1, in St Peter's church, R THACKER, Esq of Chalemont-mall, to Sarah Caroline, youngest daughter of the late T BEWLEY, Esq, of Palmyra, co Dublin
FJ18511006NPMBEWLEYTEsqOctober 1, in St Peter's church, R THACKER, Esq of Chalemont-mall, to Sarah Caroline, youngest daughter of the late T BEWLEY, Esq, of Palmyra, co Dublin
LS1839409NPMBEWLEYThomasEsqAt St peter's church, Dublin, Edward DRUITT Esq of Partsonstown, to Mary eldest daughter of Thomas BEWLEY Esq of Whitechurch, co Dublin
FJ1844510NPDBEWLEYThomasEsqOn the 7th inst, at Whitechurch, co Dublin, aged 64 years, Thomas BEWLEY Esq
FJ1846814NPMBEWLEYThomasEsqOn the 12th inst, at Stgeorge's church, Thomas BEWLEY, of Palmyra, near Rathfarnham, Esq, to Anne Guinness, third daughter of the Rev John JENKIN, of Fitzwilliam street
FJ1846905NPMBEWLEYThomasEsqOn the 1st inst, in St Peter's church, Newton, fifth son of the late Thomas BEWLEY Esq of Whitechurch, co Dublin, to Jane eldest daughter of the late Mr George SAUNDERS, of this city
FJ1847524NPDBEWLEYThomasEsqOn the 21st inst, at Palmyra, Anna beloved wife of Thomas BEWLEY Esq
FJ1859328NPMBEWLEYThomas February 24, at Cincinati, Ohio, Thomas, eldest son of the late George BEWLEY Esq of Mountmellick, to Anne Rebecca, daughter of A U THOMAS Esq of Elkton, Maryland, US
FJ1835110NPMBEWLEYWilliamEsqOn Wednesday last in Cork, William BEWLEY of this city Esq, to Eliza eldest daughter of the late Samuel King BEALE, Esq of the former city
LC1835110NPMBEWLEYWilliamEsqAt the foundling Hospital Church, Cork, William BEWLEY, Esq of Dublin, to Eliza eldest daughter of the late Samuel King BEALE, Esq
FJ1782430-02NPMBEWLEYWilliamMrMr William BEWLEY to Miss Rose DAVIS both of Exchequer St
FJ1861302NPMBICKERSTAFFAlice A Young Couple.—On Shrove Tuesday a young couple belonging to Annagasson were married in Togher Chapel by The Rev Mr M'KEONE, whose ages were as follows:— James MATHEWS, a sailor, aged 16, and Alice BICKERSTAFF, aged 15, daughter of Capt BICKERSTAFF of the schooner Guess
FJ18511016NPMBICKERSTAFFHenry LloydRevOctober 9, at Youghal, the Rev Henry Lloyd BICKERSTAFF son of the Rev Roger BICKERSTAFF, rector of Boylston, Derbyshire, to Mona Brougham, daughter of the Rev P W DREW rector of Youghal, co Cork
FJ18511016NPMBICKERSTAFFRogerRevOctober 9, at Youghal, the Rev Henry Lloyd BICKERSTAFF son of the Rev Roger BICKERSTAFF, rector of Boylston, Derbyshire, to Mona Brougham, daughter of the Rev P W DREW rector of Youghal, co Cork
FJ1861302NPMBICKERSTAFF CaptA Young Couple.—On Shrove Tuesday a young couple belonging to Annagasson were married in Togher Chapel by The Rev Mr M'KEONE, whose ages were as follows:— James MATHEWS, a sailor, aged 16, and Alice BICKERSTAFF, aged 15, daughter of Capt BICKERSTAFF of the schooner Guess
HDM1770906NPMBICKERTONThomas Thomas BICKERTON of the Co Louth to the amiable widow TIGHE of Summer Hill
FJ1791420NPMBIDON(?)  At Clonmel, George COLE Esq to Miss BIDON(?) both of that town
Pue'sO1755405NPMBIGGSRichardGentThis week Richard BIGGS of Drominagh in the co Tipperary Gent was married to Mrs Dorothy GUBBINS of Limerick, an agreeable lady with a handsome fortune
LGA1816305NPDBINDONBartonMajA few days ago, at Blackheath, deeply lamented by his numberous friends and connections, Augs Fred SPENCE Esq eldest son of Henry SPENCE Esq of Malling Sussex. Formerly Capt 54th Regt and son-in-law to the late Maj Barton BINDON of this city
FJ18001018NPMBINDONEmily CooteMissOn Tuesday last, at Londonderry, Montague TALBOT Esq son to the late Capt George TALBOT RN to Miss Emily Coote BINDON daughter of the late Major BINDON of Limerick
FJ1769404-08NPDBINDONHenryEsqIn Limerick, the wife of Henry BINDON
HDM17701122-24NPMBINDONHenryEsqCountry News - Limerick, Nov 15, A few days ago Miss Anne BLUETT read her recantation from the tenets of the Church of Rome, and embraced the Protestant religion and was soon after married to Henry BINDON, Esq, recorder of this city
LGA18041119NPDBINDONHenryEsqAt Clifton, near Bristol, on the 10th inst, Mrs BINDON, relict of the late Recorder BINDON, of this city ...
LC1779802NPABINDON CaptTo be sold ,
By Chidley COOTE Esq; for the payment of debts, the following denominations of lands, To-wit, the lands of Bally Mc Shaunboy Grage, held be Francis GREEN Esq by lease for ever, at the yearly rent of Two Hundred and Thirty Four Pounds, Ten Shillings for which he paid a Fine of Four Thousand Pounds.
  Or, Part of the lands of Ballingady (whichever best suits the purchaser) held by Samuel BENNETT, Esq for four lives now in being, at the yearly rent one hundred and forty eight pounds one shilling eight pence, for which he paid a fine of four hundred pounds, these Lands will rise to near double when out of lease.
  Proposals to be received by Chidley COOTE, Esq at Ashhill, Captain BINDON in Limerick, or Mr John SPREAD, Attorney, Long-quay , Cork, who will shew the Title Deeds.
  N. B. The above lands are all in the Barony of Costlea and county of Limerick
LC1824908NPSBINDON LtOn Saturday night, between the hours of 11 and 12, six cocks of hay were maliciously set fire to on the lands of Lackareagh, County Clare, he property of Robert M'CUTCHIN, tenant to Thomas ARTHUR, Esq, and though every exertion was made by Lieutenant BINDON, with the Police from O'Brien's-Bridge, nothing could prevent them from being consumed, notwithstanding the incessant rain; and after searching the ground, seven sheep were discovered dead in out-house, apparently killed with sticks and stones, and two of them found hanging across a beam, with their heads much bruised. The houses were then all diligently searched, and in the house of his uncle, John DEVITT was apprehended and lodged in the bridewell of O’Brien's-Bridge, for being found with his cothes wet and not being an inmate; and whose father (now herdsman to the ground) was the former tenant and ejected by Mr. ARTHUR, last April. It is hoped some useful information will elicited from him by the Magistrates.
FJ18001018NPMBINDON MajOn Tuesday last, at Londonderry, Montague TALBOT Esq son to the late Capt George TALBOT RN to Miss Emily Coote BINDON daughter of the late Major BINDON of Limerick
LGA18171205NPDBINDON MajOn the 16th inst deeply regretted ...,at Monpingon, in Normandy the residence of her b-i-l the Marquis of BOURBEL. Caroline Coote, widow of the late Augustus Fredk SPENCE Esq & daut of the late Maj BINDON of this city [Limerick]
LC1837208NPDBINDON MajOn Friday night at Caher in co Tipperary, Mrs Elizabeth Coote EDWARDS relict of the late Thomas EDWARDS Esq and daughter of Town Major BINDON formerly of this city ...
FJ1769404-08NPDBINDON MrsIn Limerick, the wife of Henry BINDON
LGA18041119NPDBINDON MrsAt Clifton, near Bristol, on the 10th inst, Mrs BINDON, relict of the late Recorder BINDON, of this city ...
FJ1810814NPMBINGHAMBColOn the 7th inst at St Margarets church, Westminster, Lt Col WALSH of the 9th Regt to Mrs HOPKINS widow of Charles HOPKINS Esq and daughter of the late Col B BINGHAM (recte BELLINGHAM) of Ardagh near Drogheda
FJ1825509NPMBINGHAMDenis ArthurHonOn the 30th ult, the Hon Denis Arthur BINGHAM second son of the Rt Hon Lord Clanmorris, to Maria Helena second daughter of Robert PERSSE Esq of Roxborough
FJ1859816NPMBINGHAMFlorence Lydia August 9, at Clifton, Hall Plumer CHAMBERLAIN Esq late capt 3b Buffs, son of Major CHAMBERLAIN, of the 84th regt, to Florence Lydia, youngest daughter of Henry Corles BINGHAM, Esq of Wartnaby Hall, Leicestershire
FJ1859816NPMBINGHAMHenry CorlesEsqAugust 9, at Clifton, Hall Plumer CHAMBERLAIN Esq late capt 3b Buffs, son of Major CHAMBERLAIN, of the 84th regt, to Florence Lydia, youngest daughter of Henry Corles BINGHAM, Esq of Wartnaby Hall, Leicestershire
LGA18111029NPMBINGHAMJohnMrLast Friday, at Kilkishen, county Clare, Mr. John HEALY, of this city, linen draper, to Miss BINGHAM, daughte to Mr. John BINGHAM
LGA18111029NPMBINGHAM MissLast Friday, at Kilkishen, county Clare, Mr. John HEALY, of this city, linen draper, to Miss BINGHAM, daughte to Mr. John BINGHAM
FJ1825509NPMBINGHAM Rt Hon Lord ClanmorrisOn the 30th ult, the Hon Denis Arthur BINGHAM second son of the Rt Hon Lord Clanmorris, to Maria Helena second daughter of Robert PERSSE Esq of Roxborough
FDJ1759612-16NPMBIRCHRobertMrOn Monday last Mr Robert BIRCH an eminent merchant in this city to Miss RYVES daughter of William RYVES of Castle Jane in the co Limerick ...
FDJ1784103-03NPDBISSETJohn Last week at Chester the celebrated John BISSET, of Belfast; the most remarkable man that probably ever lived for cultivating an intimacy with the dumb creation. He made a figure in London several years ago, as conductor of the Cats Opera; since which time he has instructed, in the most curious tricks and deceptions, several dogs, horses, turtles, birds &c and latterly a small pig, which was lately shewn in the North and in this city, and with which he was on his way to London when he died.
FJ17641127-01NPMBLACK WidowMr Edward FORSTER to the widow BLACK
LC1827901NPDBLACKALLGeraldEsqIn Charlestown, South Carolina, Gerald BLACKALL, Esq. late 33d Regiment, and Clongriffin, County Meath.
LGA1805125NPMBLACKALLJamesEsqJames BLACKALL Esq of the General Post Office to Miss Eliza STRANGMAN of Lismore Co Waterford
LC1824114NPSBLACKBOURNEFrancisMr (Judge)John O'BRIEN, a blacksmith, was tried, and after a long and patient investigation, found guilty of being absent from his place of abode, at Ballybrown, in this County, on the night of the 20th December last. Mr. BLACKBOURNE passed sentence of transportation for seven years on the prisoner -- whose demeanour at the conclusion, was marked by the most daring hardihood, and betrayed a perfect indifference as to his fate.
LC1823705NPSBLACKBOURNE MrThis day, Mr. BLACKER held a session under the Insurrection Act in the City Court, when John MAHER was put on his trial, charged with being an idle and disorderly person, having been found skulking on the high road near the Artilery Barrack, at an unseasonable hour on the 27th of June last. This was the person who robbed the Nunnery Chapel some time since of a silver cup, but for want of prosecution on that charge, was liberated. He stated in his defence to account for his being found out, that he had been denounced by the Clergy; that no person would permit him into a dwelling-house; and that, in consequence, he was obliged to sleep in a lime-kiln convenient to where he was taken. Mr. BLACKBOURNE said his case did not come within the meaning of the Act, not having a known place of residence, and he was ordered to be discharged. The Court then adjourned and the Learned Counsel set out for Dublin.
LC1827414NPSBLACKBOURNE Mr SergeantThe four HOGANs found guilty on Friday, at the Clonmel Assizes, of the manslaughter of Charles MCCARTHY at the fair of Kilfeacle, last July, were conveyed next day to the hulks at Cove, for transportation for life. This Mr. Sergeant BLACKBURNE pledged himself to effect, after their sentence was passed. They were of a very respectable class of farmers, but unfortunately for themselves and their families they were leaders of a faction, which has been in existance these sixty years. Their sudden departure, amidst the lamentations of their numerous relatives and friends, was truly deplorable.
FJ1826908NPMBLACKERGeorgeRevIn St Mary's Church, by the Rev George BLACKER, the Rev Arthur MOLONY, late of Kilrush to Agnes youngest daughter of Edward CROKER Esq of North Great George's Street
LC1823705NPSBLACKER MrThis day, Mr. BLACKER held a session under the Insurrection Act in the City Court, when John MAHER was put on his trial, charged with being an idle and disorderly person, having been found skulking on the high road near the Artilery Barrack, at an unseasonable hour on the 27th of June last. This wwas the person who robbed the Nunnery Chapel some time since of a silver cup, but for want of prosecution on that charge, was liberated. He stated in his defence to account for his being found out, that he had been denounced by the Clergy; that no person would permit him into a dwelling-house; and that, in consequence, he was obliged to sleep in a lime-kiln convenient to where he was taken. Mr. BLACKBOURNE said his case did not come within the meaning of the Act, not having a known place of residence, and he was ordered to be discharged. The Court then adjourned and the Learned Counsel set out for Dublin.

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Christopher ABBOT  Walter ATKIN  Part 01
Walter ATKIN  Emanuel BAYLEY  Part 02
Henry BAYLEY  Joseph BENNETT  Part 03
Joseph BENNETT   BLACKER  Part 04
George BLACKETT  Mary BOWEN  Part 05
Nicholas BOWEN  William BROWN  Part 06
William BROWN  Thomas CARROL  Part 07
CARROL  Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Part 08
Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Robert CHRISTIE  Part 09
CHRISTIE  Catherine CONLAN  Part 10
Thomas CONLEY  Charles Philips COOTE  Part 11
Charles Philips COOTE   COOTE  Part 12
COOTE  Charles CROKER  Part 13
Charles CROKER  Helen Maria CROKER  Part 14
Henrietta Ellen CROKER  John Wilson CROKER  Part 15
John Wilson CROKER  William CROKER  Part 16
William CROKER  James DAWSON  Part 17
James DAWSON  Susan DOUGLAS  Part 18
Ansitasia DOWDALL  John DREW  Part 19
John DREW  John (the younger) DWYER  Part 20
Joseph DWYER   EWING  Part 21
Richard EYRE  Anthony FORSTER  Part 22
C J FORSTER  Thomas GARDE  Part 23
Thomas Wiliam GARDE  Paul GORE  Part 24
Percy GORE  John GREEN  Part 25
M GREEN  Samuel R HARDING  Part 26
Thomas HARDING  Margaret HENRY  Part 27
Margaret HENRY  Robert HOLMES  Part 28
Robert HOLMES  John HUNT  Part 29
John HUNT   JOCELYN  Part 30
Christopher JOHNSON  John KERNAN  Part 31
John KERNAN  Roger LANGLEY  Part 32
Roger LANGLEY  John LEE  Part 33
John LEE  James LEO  Part 34
John LEO  John LUTHER  Part 35
John LUTHER  Richard MARTIN  Part 36
Robert MARTIN  Thomas MAUNSELL  Part 37
Thomas MAUNSELL  R M MEREDITH  Part 38
Rice MEREDITH   MOONEY  Part 39
MOONEY  Carroll P NAISH  Part 40
NAISH  Thomas O'DELL  Part 41
Thomas O'DELL  Robert ORMSBY  Part 42
Thomas ORMSBY  Robert PEACOCKE  Part 43
Rodney Robert PEACOCKE  Henry Hartstonge PERY  Part 44
Henry Hartstonge PERY  Richard PUE  Part 45
Richard PUNCE   REVOLTS  Part 46
Bridget REYNOLDS  Thomas Maunsell ROSE  Part 47
Thomas Maunsell ROSE  William RYVES  Part 48
William RYVES  Thomas SHEPPARD  Part 49
Robert SHERIDAN  Thomas SPRING  Part 50
Thomas SPRING  Benjamin SWAN  Part 51
Benjamin SWAN  James SYMES  Part 52
John SYMES   TAYLOR  Part 53
TAYLOR   TURNER  Part 54
Charles Bury TURPIN  Jeoffry WALDRON  Part 55
Jeofry WALDRON  Nathaniel WEEKES  Part 56
Nicholas WEEKES  Thomas WILLSON  Part 57
William WILLSON  William WILSON  Part 58
William WILSON    Part 59
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