King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 08

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

Main families covered by my extracts 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 nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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FJ18231030NPMBLOODBenjaminEsqTuesday morning, at Timvleague Church (Cork) by Rev A Montgomery JOHNSTONE, William BLOOD Esq ¢ pay 15th Regt of Infantry and Chief of the Constabulary Police of the Baronies of Ihane and Barryoe to Hannah eld d of the late Benjamin SWETE Esq of BandonNickR
WMT J1827830NPMBLOODBindonEsqOn Friday, the 17th instant, William Hamilton, Esq., M.D. of Wicklow, to Frances Blood, daughter of Bindon Blood, of Cranaher, in the county of Clare, Esq. SdeM
LGA1809203NPSBLOODDorothea Juliana (nee SMYTH) The King has been graciously pleased to grant unto Matthew BLOOD of Castlefergus, in the co. Clare, Esq, his royal licence and authority, that he and his issue may take and use the surname and bear the arms of SMYTH, instead of those of BLOOD, in compliance of the will of William SMYTH, late of the city of Dublin, Esq, deceased, who was the uncle of Dorothea Juliana BLOOD, wife of Matthew BLOOD.NickR
WMT J1827823NPDBLOODEdwardEsqIn Dublin, Frances, daughter of Edward Blood, Esq. of Brick-hill, county Clare. SdeM
WMT J1824715NPMBLOODElizabeth On Monday last, in St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. T. Radcliffe, J. Perrin, Esq., of Wicklow, to Elizabeth, second daughter of G. Blood, Esq., of Montpelier-hill, near this city.SdeM
WMT J1827823NPDBLOODFrances In Dublin, Frances, daughter of Edward Blood, Esq. of Brick-hill, county Clare. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPMBLOODFrances On Friday, the 17th instant, William Hamilton, Esq., M.D. of Wicklow, to Frances Blood, daughter of Bindon Blood, of Cranaher, in the county of Clare, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824715NPMBLOODGEsqOn Monday last, in St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. T. Radcliffe, J. Perrin, Esq., of Wicklow, to Elizabeth, second daughter of G. Blood, Esq., of Montpelier-hill, near this city.SdeM
FJ1852624NPMBLOODJohn LloydEsqJune 23 in St Thomas's Church by the Rev Richard FRIZELLE, Henry GEOGHEGAN of Rathmines solicitor to Sophia second daughter—and at the same time and place John Lloyd BLOOD Esq of Talbot street to Margaret yst daut of Wm FINDLATER of LondonderryNickR
LGA1809203NPSBLOODMatthewEsqThe King has been graciously pleased to grant unto Matthew BLOOD of Castlefergus, in the co. Clare, Esq, his royal licence and authority, that he and his issue may take and use the surname and bear the arms of SMYTH, instead of those of BLOOD, in compliance of the will of William SMYTH, late of the city of Dublin, Esq, deceased, who was the uncle of Dorothea Juliana BLOOD, wife of Matthew BLOOD.NickR
FJ18231030NPMBLOODWilliamEsq LtTuesday morning, at Timvleague Church (Cork) by Rev A Montgomery JOHNSTONE, William BLOOD Esq ¢ pay 15th Regt of Infantry and Chief of the Constabulary Police of the Baronies of Ihane and Barryoe to Hannah eld d of the late Benjamin SWETE Esq of BandonNickR
WMT J1825811NPSBLOOD[SIC]Frances JOHN HARWOOD JESSOP ESQ. We regret to state the death of this most amiable gentleman, which took place at his seat at Doory-hall in the County of Longford on the 1st inst. His retired and modest virtues - his widely extended and unostentatious charity and benevolence, his conduct in all the stations of life, husband, father, and friend, and as the kind father and protector of a large tenantry, was such as justly endeared him to all their hearts - he lived beloved and esteemed by all who knew him, and his loss is and will ever be deeply and universally felt and deplored. Mr. Jessop married in 1807, Frances, only child of the late Sir Frederick Blood[sic], Bart., and has left two sons and three daughters. SdeM
WMT J1825811NPSBLOOD[SIC]FrederickSirJOHN HARWOOD JESSOP ESQ. We regret to state the death of this most amiable gentleman, which took place at his seat at Doory-hall in the County of Longford on the 1st inst. His retired and modest virtues - his widely extended and unostentatious charity and benevolence, his conduct in all the stations of life, husband, father, and friend, and as the kind father and protector of a large tenantry, was such as justly endeared him to all their hearts - he lived beloved and esteemed by all who knew him, and his loss is and will ever be deeply and universally felt and deplored. Mr. Jessop married in 1807, Frances, only child of the late Sir Frederick Blood[sic], Bart., and has left two sons and three daughters. SdeM
WMT J1828214NPDBLOOMFIELDJohnEsqOn the 30th ult. at Loughton, the seat of her son-in-law, Thomas Ryder Pepper, Esq., Mrs. Bloomfield, relict of the late John Bloomfield, Esq. of New[p]ort, County Tipperary, and mother of the Right Hon. Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPMBLOOMFIELDOlivia In St. Peter's Church, Dublin, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. R. Ardill, Jerome, youngest son of the late George Morgan, of the Abbey, Shanagolden, in the county Limerick, Esq., to Olivia, daughter of William Joselyn Bloomfield, of York-street, Dublin, and Dundrum-House, in the county of Dublin, Esq., and cousin to Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPMBLOOMFIELDWilliam JoselynEsqIn St. Peter's Church, Dublin, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. R. Ardill, Jerome, youngest son of the late George Morgan, of the Abbey, Shanagolden, in the county Limerick, Esq., to Olivia, daughter of William Joselyn Bloomfield, of York-street, Dublin, and Dundrum-House, in the county of Dublin, Esq., and cousin to Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT J1828214NPDBLOOMFIELD Lord BloomfieldOn the 30th ult. at Loughton, the seat of her son-in-law, Thomas Ryder Pepper, Esq., Mrs. Bloomfield, relict of the late John Bloomfield, Esq. of New[p]ort, County Tipperary, and mother of the Right Hon. Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPMBLOOMFIELD Lord BloomfieldIn St. Peter's Church, Dublin, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. R. Ardill, Jerome, youngest son of the late George Morgan, of the Abbey, Shanagolden, in the county Limerick, Esq., to Olivia, daughter of William Joselyn Bloomfield, of York-street, Dublin, and Dundrum-House, in the county of Dublin, Esq., and cousin to Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT J1828214NPDBLOOMFIELD MrsOn the 30th ult. at Loughton, the seat of her son-in-law, Thomas Ryder Pepper, Esq., Mrs. Bloomfield, relict of the late John Bloomfield, Esq. of New[p]ort, County Tipperary, and mother of the Right Hon. Lord Bloomfield. SdeM
WMT J1825915NPMBLOSSFrancis LynchRev Sir BartOn Tuesday last, at St. Finn Barr's, by the Rev. Sir Francis Lynch Bloss, Bart., Morgan Price, Esq., Surgeon of the Royal Navy, to Harriet Louisa, third daughter of Andrew Armstrong, Esq. of Holy Cross Abbey, in the County Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J1824408NPMBLOSSEF LSir BartYesterday morning, in St. Anne's Church, by his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, Sir F.L. Blosse, Bart., to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. W.C. Austin, John Plunket, Esq. to Miss Bushe, eldest daughter of the Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMBLOWW NMrOn Friday, the 19th instant, Mr. W.N. Blow, of Trinidad, Merchant, to Miss Rosalinda Sinclair, of Belfast.SdeM
HDM17701122-24NPMBLUETTAnne Country 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 cityNickR
WMT J1824527NPBBLUETT Capt RNIn Wellington-place, the lady of Capt. Bluett, R.N. of a son.SdeM
WMT J1826914NPDBLUNDELLCatherineMrsOn Sunday last, in the 70th year of her age, Mrs. Catherine Blundell, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Blundell, of North King-street, watchmaker. SdeM
FJ1861202NPMBLUNDELLEdmund Augustus January 22, at Craven Hill, Edmund Augustus BLUNDELL, late Governor of Singapore and Mallacca, to Mellor Mynors, eldest daughter of the late H H FARMER, of Dunsenane, county WexfordNickR
FJ1801509NPDBLUNDELLMaryMrsAt Rathfarnham, Mrs Mary BLUNDELL much lamented for her innate worthNickR
WMT J1826914NPDBLUNDELLThomasMrOn Sunday last, in the 70th year of her age, Mrs. Catherine Blundell, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Blundell, of North King-street, watchmaker. SdeM
WMT J1828117NPMBLUNDELL Rev DrYesterday morning, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Blundell, Rector of Castlerea, James Alexander Hamilton, Esq., eldest son of Robert Hamilton, Esq., of Clonsilla, in the county of Dublin, to Rosetta, daughter of Edward Mitchell, Esq., of Gore's Grove, county Kilkenny. SdeM
LC1785811NPMBLUNDENJohnDsir BtAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS, jun. Esq; son of Joseph MATHEWS, of Bonnetstown, Esq; to Miss BLUNDEN, daughter of thr late and sister of the present Sir John BLUNDEN BartNickR
LC1785811NPMBLUNDENJohnSir BtAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS Jun Esq son of Joseph of Bonnetstown Esq to Miss BLUNDEN daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir John BLUNDEN BtNickR
LC1785811NPMBLUNDEN MissAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS, jun. Esq; son of Joseph MATHEWS, of Bonnetstown, Esq; to Miss BLUNDEN, daughter of thr late and sister of the present Sir John BLUNDEN BartNickR
WMT J18251020NPMBOARDMANHannahMissAt the Meeting-House of the Society of friends in Eustace-street, on Friday, the 14th instant, Simon Max, of Waterford, Esq., to Miss Hannah Boardman, daughter of the late John Boardman of Jonestown in the King's Co., Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251020NPMBOARDMANJohnEsqAt the Meeting-House of the Society of friends in Eustace-street, on Friday, the 14th instant, Simon Max, of Waterford, Esq., to Miss Hannah Boardman, daughter of the late John Boardman of Jonestown in the King's Co., Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827315NPSBOCKANAN  LONGFORD ASSIZES. ... A case of horrible murder committed in the month of June last, on a man named Needham, a Protestant, excited intense interest. Two men named Buchannan (commonly called Bockanan) and Dinnigan were tried on Thursday last for this offence, which was characterized by peculiar traits of atrocity. After a patient investigation of several hours, and a most luminous charge from the Judge, both the prisoners were found guilty, and received sentence of death. The conduct of Buchannan on the occasion, evinced the most daring spirit. When that part of the sentence which directed that their bodies should be delivered to the Surgeons for dissection, was pronounced, this hardened criminal exclaimed that he (the Judge) "could do no worse"; and he thanked God, that "although it was in his power to order punishment for the body, he could not molest his soul". The same unbending spirit marked his conduct to the last. On Saturday about one o'clock, the two wretched criminals were brought forward for execution; Dinnigan appeared both nearly lifeless and insensible, but his comrade stepped upon the platform with the utmost firmness, and immediately with a loud voice, called to the immense surrounding multitude, "to kneel down and pray for him, for THAT HE WAS GOING TO DIE FOR HIS COUNTRY AND HIS RELIGION". The attendant clergyman very properly stopped this harangue, and the culprit, after some time spent in prayer, seemed more sensible of his awful situation. With a firm tone, he again called aloud to the people to pray for him, and entreated them to pursue the advice of their Parents and of their priests', and to avoid bad company and night walking, to which he owed his untimely end.* The drop fell, and the struggle of life was soon over. It is satisfactory to add, that Buchannan in private, acknowledged his guilt, and the justice of his sentence. After this admission, Buchannan exclaimed that he died for his religion and his country - ergo, Murdering a Protestant is to die for religion !!! SdeM
LS1841930NPMBODELMargaret Eliza Maria In the cathedral church, Dromore, Waldron Thomas BURROWS, Esq to Margaret Eliza Maria only daughter of Moses BODEL Esq of Dromore, co DownNickR
LS1841930NPMBODELMosesEsqIn the cathedral church, Dromore, Waldron Thomas BURROWS, Esq to Margaret Eliza Maria only daughter of Moses BODEL Esq of Dromore, co DownNickR
WMT J18251208NPDBODKINMargaret The Hon. Martin French, son of the late and brother of the present Right Hon. Lord French, to Margaret, second daughter of Major Thomas Bodkin, of Rakoon, in the Co. of Galway. SdeM
WMT G1835528NPMBODKINThomasEsqOn the 17th instant, Thomas Bodkin, Esq., of Dominick-street, Dublin, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, to Catherine, second daughter of the late Anthony Lynch, Esq., of Carrabeg in the County of Galway. SdeM
WMT J18251208NPDBODKINThomasMajThe Hon. Martin French, son of the late and brother of the present Right Hon. Lord French, to Margaret, second daughter of Major Thomas Bodkin, of Rakoon, in the Co. of Galway. SdeM
WMT J18241118NPMBOGGSNinianEsqOn the 3d inst. in the Cathedral Church of Derry, Captain John M'Intire, of the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, daughter of the late Ninian Boggs, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241118NPMBOGGSSarah On the 3d inst. in the Cathedral Church of Derry, Captain John M'Intire, of the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, daughter of the late Ninian Boggs, Esq.SdeM
LC1827324NPSBOHANJames Limerick Assizes ...
Thomas LEAHY, for stealing at Kilfinan, 2s. 6d. from James BOHAN, and 2s. 6d. from Timothy HALL. It appeared in evidence on the prosecution, that the sums were received as gratuities, and the prisoner as acquitted on the instant. His Lordship said there was as much cause for indicting himself for the felony, as the accused person, and expressed his displeasure that informations should have been taken without due investigation at Petty Sessions. The prisoner was in custody since December last.
NickR
LC18271010NPSBOHANEJames Government have granted a free passage to Judith BOHANE, otherwise CROWLEY, and her five children, to join James BOHANE, an industrious convict at New South Wales, it is supposed she is gone begging for alms in the County of Cork. [Ireland Australia Transoprtation index has James BOHANE (alias BOWEN) and petition of Judith (tried 1823)]NickR
LC18271010NPSBOHANEJudith Government have granted a free passage to Judith BOHANE, otherwise CROWLEY, and her five children, to join James BOHANE, an industrious convict at New South Wales, it is supposed she is gone begging for alms in the County of Cork. [Ireland Australia Transoprtation index has James BOHANE (alias BOWEN) and petition of Judith (tried 1823)]NickR
WMT J1827215NPSBOHANNANJohnalias BuchannanOn the night of Thursday, last a party of the Constabulary stationed at Strokestown, under the command of James Hogg, Esq. at Gillstown, a Magistrate for the Co. of Roscommon, apprehended at the village of Carginbawn, in the Parish of Kilglass, in this Co. a man named John Bohannan, alias Buchannan, charged with the murder of Thomas Needham, at Glanmore in the Co. of Longford, on the 11th of June last. Bohannan had been advertised in "The Hue and Cry" for a considerable time. Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Hogg for the zeal and activity displayed by him on the occasion. Bohannan has been committed to Longford gaol for trial at the ensuing Assizes. SdeM
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUGeorge George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February nextNickR
WMT J1823619NPMBOILEAUJohn Theophilus In the Parish Church of Taney, Samuel Branram Boileau, youngest son of the late John Theophilus, Esq. of Fitzwilliam-square, to Frances Trew, second daughter of the late William Bigam of the Island of Jamaica. [Fanny DIGAM in Tansey Register]SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMBOILEAUSamuel Branram In the Parish Church of Taney, Samuel Branram Boileau, youngest son of the late John Theophilus, Esq. of Fitzwilliam-square, to Frances Trew, second daughter of the late William Bigam of the Island of Jamaica. [Fanny DIGAM in Tansey Register]SdeM
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUSimeon George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February nextNickR
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUWilliam Phipps George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February nextNickR
LC1785421NPSBOLANDCharles Last Saturday night, the Wife of Charles BOLAND, of Doonass, (an industrious honest labourer), was safely delivered of Three Daughters, who with their mother, are in perfect health.NickR
BNL18001121NPSBOLANDS  Cork, Nov. 15, —Seven more wretches have been tried and sentanced in the co. Limerick, since last catalogue of that kind was given to the public, viz. CROKER, and CARROL, for the murder of the Messrs. BOLANDS, to be hanged at the Six-Mile-Bridge on on the 13th; ...NickR
WMT J1823925NPMBOLASCharlesMrIn St. Thomas's Church, Mr. Charles Bolas, to Miss Mussen, both of this City.SdeM
WMT J1827301NPDBOLDSmallwardEsqIn Pitt-street, on the 13th inst., Smallward Bold, Esq. of Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1830311NPSBOLEA (jun)MrOUTRAGES IN THE COUNTY LONGFORD. A few days ago as Mr. A. Bole, jun. accompanied by a confidential man, were collecting tithe-money ... SdeM
WMT J1834130NPSBOLEHarman In the matter of Harman Bole, an insolvent Debtor. The Creditors of the Insolvent are required to attend the Assignee, in this matter, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday, the 20th day of February, inst. at Patrick Connor's Hotel, in the town of Longford, for the purpose of taking into consideration, and determining on the best manner of disposing of that part of the lands of MIDDLETOWN and KILLEENY, lately in the actual possession of the Insolvent, and now in the possession of the Assignee, and also other matters connected therewith. Dated this 1st day of February, 1834. JAMES MOFFETTT, Assignee of said Insolvent. SdeM
WMT J18331231NPSBOLELeonardMrLONGFORD. On the night of the 24th inst., about the hour of seven o'clock, an armed party entered the dwelling-house of Robert Moffett, of Middletown, in search of fire-arms, but having only found a bayonet, they carried it off without doing any further injury. Moffett is a member of the Killashee corps of yeomanry, and was absent at the time. Same night, an armed party entered the dwelling-jouse of Mr. Leonard Bole, of Killeeny, and took therefrom one musket, two bayonets, iron ramrod, powderhorn, and seven rounds of ball cartridge. Mr. Bole is Lieutenant of the Killashee corps, and was also absent at the time. ... SdeM
LGA1820714NPSBOLESJohn Committed: ... By R. SMITHWICK, Esq. Garret SYMES, for threatening the life of John BOLESNickR
WMT J1828117NPSBOLEYN  see BULLEINESdeM
FJ18571113NPMBOLGERJamesEsqNovember 5, at Lackeen, James BOLGER Esq of Dalkey, co Dublin, to Croasdella Elizabeth Drew, eldest daughter of William Vere CRUISE Esq of Lacka, co TipperaryNickR
WMT G1835319NPBBOLGERPEsqThe lady of P. Bolger, Esq., Carlow, of a son. SdeM
LC_LM1774609NPMBOLGER MissMr. John MADDEN, of the Custom-house, to Miss BOLGER, of Fleet streetNickR
LEP-CS18291113NPMBOLIVARSimonPresidentA Bogata, South America, General O'LEARY, son of Jeremiah O'LEARY, Esq. of Cork, to Solita SOUBLETTE, sister to General SOUBLETTE, and niece to the President BOLIVARNickR
WMT J1832816NPDBOLTONAlexander In Sligo, of cholera, after a few hours illness, Alexander Bolton, Esq., proprietor of the "Sligo Journal". In whatever relation of life we consider Mr. Bolton, whether as a father, husband, friend or acquaintance, there are none could be more sincerely beloved or deservedly regretted. For 20 years he conducted the "Sligo Journal" with talent and judgment, and notwithstanding many malicious attempts to injure him he triumphed over all; he lived respected, and died lamented. His large family, we are sure, will meet from a kind public that support and encouragement which his virtues so eminently entitle them to expect. SdeM
LC1827915NPDBOLTONCorneliusAldAt his house in Lady-lane, Waterford, in his 89th year, Samuel MORGAN, Esq.—As Senior of the Corporation, he was Father of the City of Waterford. He was likewise senior Alderman, and, of course, one of the four Charter Justices. He was Sheriff during the civic year commencing Michelmas, 1771, and Mayor, in 1779, 1801 and 1817. By his death the Right Hon. Sir John NEWPORT, Bart. becomes Father of the City and Alderman Cornelius BOLTON, who represented Waterford, with considerable distinction in the Irish Parliament of 1783, becomes Charter Justice. Alderman MORGAN died worth £250,000, which he bequeathed to the GROGAN family in the County Wexford.NickR
LC18211013NPMBOLTONEleanor At Sligo, William CHRISTIAN, Esq. to Eleanor, only daughter of Thomas BOLTON, Esq. of that townNickR
FJ18211010NPMBOLTONElinor On Thursday morning last, at St John's church Sligo William CHRISTIAN Esq of Rathbragan, near Sligo, to Elinor only daughter of Thomas BOLTON Esq of that townNickR
FJ18491219NPMBOLTONGeorge junEsqDecember 12, at Silvermines church, by the Rev Henry JONES, George BOLTON Esq jun of Nenagh to Henrietta Jane Mary youngest daughter of Rowan P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines Cottage, co TipperaryNickR
LGA1811510NPDBOLTONLuciusEsqOn Wednesday last, at Tauloght, near Tralee, at the advanced age of 103, Lucius BOLTON, Esq. —For the last six years he never slept on a bed, but vtook his repose in an armchair, from which he seldom allowed himself to be removed during that period. He retained the possession of his faculties until a few hors previous to his death.NickR
WMT J1827524NPMBOLTONRichardEsqAt Cheltenham, Richard Bolton, Esq., of Abbey, county Meath, to Frances Georgina, daughter of the late Robert Bomford, Esq., of Rehinstown House, co. of Meath. SdeM
WMT J1829618NPMBOLTONRobertEsqJune 9, by special license, in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. William Purdon, Edward Pilkington, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Letitia Amelia, relict of Edward Eagle, Esq. of Gloucester-street, and daughter of the late Robert Bolton, of Brazil, county of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
FJ1844425NPDBOLTONThomasColOn the 20th inst, at Rathbraghan, Ellen wife of W CHRISTIAN Esq and sister to Col BOLTON [marr 1821]NickR
FJ18211010NPMBOLTONThomasEsqOn Thursday morning last, at St John's church Sligo William CHRISTIAN Esq of Rathbragan, near Sligo, to Elinor only daughter of Thomas BOLTON Esq of that townNickR
LC18211013NPMBOLTONThomasEsqAt Sligo, William CHRISTIAN, Esq. to Eleanor, only daughter of Thomas BOLTON, Esq. of that townNickR
WMT J18231002NPMBOLTON MissRichard, son of Mr. Spencer Ford, late of the city of Cork, to Miss Bolton of Ennis, in the county Clare, one of our much-admired actresses of the Theatre Royal, Hawkins's-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231009NPMBOLTON MissRichard, son of Spencer Ford, late of the City of Cork, Esq., to Miss Bolton, one of the most accomplished and fascinating actresses of the Theatre Royal, Dublin.SdeM
LC1827210NPSBOLTON  On Friday night, a hous of Arthur RYALL, Esq was maliciouusly levellled near Ballynattes. The only cause assigned for this outrage is, a tenent names BULTON, was ejected for nonpayment of rent.NickR
WMT J1824415NPMBOMFORDAnnette Maria At Cheltenham, Thomas Henry Hesketh, Esq., only son of Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bart. of Rufford Hall, Lincolnshire, to Annette Maria, eldest daughter of the late Robert Bomford, Esq. of Rahenstown House, County Meath.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPMBOMFORDFrances Georgina At Cheltenham, Richard Bolton, Esq., of Abbey, county Meath, to Frances Georgina, daughter of the late Robert Bomford, Esq., of Rehinstown House, co. of Meath. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDBOMFORDLaurenceEsqOn the 12th inst. at his brother's house at Killucan, after a long protracted illness, Laurence Bomford, Esq., grand-nephew and next a kin to the late Mr. Wilson, the founder of Wilson's hospital, in this county. SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMBOMFORDRobertEsqAt Cheltenham, Thomas Henry Hesketh, Esq., only son of Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bart. of Rufford Hall, Lincolnshire, to Annette Maria, eldest daughter of the late Robert Bomford, Esq. of Rahenstown House, County Meath.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPMBOMFORDRobertEsqAt Cheltenham, Richard Bolton, Esq., of Abbey, county Meath, to Frances Georgina, daughter of the late Robert Bomford, Esq., of Rehinstown House, co. of Meath. SdeM
WMT J1829212NPMBOMFORDThomasRevOn the 5th inst., at Killucan Church, by the Rev. Thomas Bomford, the Rev. Joseph Forde Leathley, of Street Glebe, County Westmeath, to Frances, third daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Osborne, of Curristown, in the same County. SdeM
WMT J18231002NPDBONAPARTENapoleon At Petersburgh, lately, the Abbe Lemeny (who taught Bonaparte Mathematics at the school of Brienne) aged 60. Although the Ex-Emperor made him very brilliant offers to tempt him to return to France, he preferred remaining in Russia.SdeM
FJ1836323NPDBONDAnneMissAt her residence Bond's Glen in the co Londonderry, aged 91 years, Miss Anne BOND sister of the late Maj BONDNickR
WMT J1828529NPDBONDCharlesLt R NIn Jersey, Lieutenant Charles Bond, R.N. SdeM
FJ1845322NPMBONDCharlotte Stanley On the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
LEP-CS1831524NPDBONDChristina M H H Christina M H H BOND only daughter of the Dean of RossNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SBONDEdwardGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.NickR
FJ18541206NPDBONDEliza November 22, at Spa, Belgium, Eliza relict of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
LS1840806NPMBONDHandcock Stanley At Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCBNickR
LS1840806NPMBONDHenry CooteEsqAt Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCBNickR
FJ1845322NPMBONDHenry CooteEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
FJ18541206NPDBONDHenry CooteEsqNovember 22, at Spa, Belgium, Eliza relict of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
WMT J1829528NPMBONDHenry MEsqMay 23, in Mount Temple Church, by the Rev. Henry M'Lean, Henry M. Bond, of Newtown Bond, in the co. of Longford, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of John Hodson, of Twyford, in this county, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1830304NPBBONDHenry MEsqAt Newtown-Bond, in this county, on Friday se'nnight, the Lady of Henry M. Bond, Esq., of a son and heir. SdeM
FJ1820410NPMBONDJamesRevOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co RoscommenNickR
FJ18201121NPDBONDJamesRevIn Dorset Street, Mrs BOND wife of the Rev James BOND of Licora, co LongfordNickR
FJ1816821NPBBONDJames ForwardDean of RossOn Saturday last, in Merrion Row, the lady of the Dean of Ross of a son and heirNickR
LC1821825NPMBONDJames ForwardDean of RossJames MAJOR, of Foyle View, co Londonderry, to Catherine eldest daughter of William MILLER, Esq. Bellemonte, in the same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of RosseNickR
LGA1815321NPMBONDJames ForwardRevAt Londonderry, on 15th inst the Rev James Forward BOND Dean of Ross to Sarah Hester daughter of the late John CROKER Esq Surveyor General and sister of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP and Secretary to the AdmiraltyNickR
FJ1820410NPMBONDJames ForwardRev DeanOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co RoscommenNickR
FJ1824226NPDBONDJames ForwardRev DeanAt her mother's house in Great Charles Street, after having given birth to a still born child, on the 24th inst, in the 30th year of her age Louisa wife of the Rev Hugh WEBB and daughter of the late Rev Dean BONDNickR
LC1826114NPDBONDJames ForwardRev DeanIn Great Gerges Street Dublin, aged 177, Mrs BOND the widow of Rev Dean BOND.NickR
FJ1815324NPMBONDJames ForwardV RevOn the 15th inst at Londonderry, the Rev J Forward BOND, Dean of Ross to Sarah Hester, daughter of the late John CROKER Esq, Surveyor General and sister to John Wilson CROKER, Esq MP and Secretary of the AdmiraltyNickR
FJ1828315NPDBONDJames ForwardV Rev DeanAt Kensington, near London, on the 8th of March in the eleventh year of his age after a few days illness John Croker BOND eldest son of the Very Rev, the Dean of Ross, and nephew to John Wilson CROKER Esq MPNickR
FJ1820815NPBBONDJames ForwardV Rev Dean of RossOn the 8th inst, at Stephens Green the lady of the Very Rev the Dean of Ross, of a son still bornNickR
FJ1821823NPMBONDJames ForwardV Rev Dean of RossOn the 17th inst, by the Rev H STEWART, James MAJOR Esq of Foyle View, co Londonderry, barrister at law, to Catherine eldest daughter of Wm MILLER Esq of Bellemoate, is same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of RossNickR
FJ1786426NPBBONDJames Forward The 26th instant the lady of Rev Dean BOND of a sonNickR
FJ1787523NPBBONDJames Forward Sunday last the lady of Rev Dean BOND of a daughterNickR
WMT J1831421NPABONDJames WEsqCOUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, From the 1st day of May next, for what term may be agreed on, CASSINO LODGE, situate with in 3 miles of Granard, 3 of Edgeworthstown, and 9 of Longford; all market and post towns. Cassino is well situated, commanding a beautiful prospect of the fine demesne of Tully. The country around is highly improved, abounding with all kinds of game, two pack of hounds are in the neighbourhood. The Lodge is roomy, & in good repair, having a Parlour, Drawing-room, three sleeping Rooms; Kitchen, Pantry, and Dairy; also a large well inclosed Garden, with commodious out-offices, in good repair. Cassino will be set with or without Land, for the accomodation of the Tenant, who can have from one to fifty acres. Proposals (if by letter post paid) will be received by James W. Bond, Esq., Edgeworthstown, or R.T. Scott, Esq., Leitrim Lodge, Edgeworthstown. SdeM
WMT J1823306NPABONDJames WensleyEsqCHANCERY
Mathew Carlisle Wilder, a Minor, by Isabella Pollock, widow, his next friend, Plaintiff.
Hugh Pollock, and John Wilder, Esqrs., and others, Defendants.
The feigned Lessee of the said Minor and others against The casual Ejector. ... Set up to be Let by Public Auction for the Term of Nine Months ... All that and those, the HOUSE, OFFICES and DEMESNE of CASTLE WILDER, situate in the County of Longford, as the same were lately in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq., with right of Turbary.
Dated this 3d day of March, 1823.
Thomas Ball. For particulars apply to James Wensley Bond, Esq., the receiver, Edgeworthstown, County Longford; or to William Henry Crawford, the Minors Solicitor, 14 Merrion Square South, Dublin.
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FJ1845322NPMBONDJames WensleyEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
FJ1782126-29NPMBONDJohn In Corke Mr John BOND to Miss Anne CREED of Uregare in the County LimerickNickR
FJ1828315NPDBONDJohn Croker At Kensington, near London, on the 8th of March in the eleventh year of his age after a few days illness John Croker BOND eldest son of the Very Rev, the Dean of Ross, and nephew to John Wilson CROKER Esq MPNickR
WMT J18281106NPDBONDJohn Croker John Croker Bond, youngest son of the Very Rev. the Dean of Ross. SdeM
FJ18221121NPMBONDLouisa On Monday last, at St George's church, the Rev H G WEBB second son of G WEBB of Wardenstown, co Westmeath, to Louisa youngest daughter of the late Dean BONDNickR
LGA1807303NPMBONDM LititiaMissAt Clough Henry J BROWNRIGG of Raheen Co Wexford Esq to Miss M Lititia BOND, daughter of the Rev Dean of ROSSNickR
WMT J18261109NPSBONDMary EPITAPH ON A MONUMENT IN HORSELEYDOWN CHURCH, IN CUMBERLAND. Here lies the bodies Of THOMAS BOND and MARY his wife. She was temperate, chaste and charitable, BUT Her Husband and Child, whom she loved Seldom saw her countenance without a disgusting frown, While she received Visitors whom she despised, with an endearing smile. Her behaviour was discreet towards Strangers; BUT Imprudent in her Family. Abroad, her conduct was influenced by good breeding; BUT At home, by ill temper. She was a professed enemy to Flattery, And was seldom known to Praise or Commend; BUT The Talents in which she principally excelled Were difference of Opinion, and discovering flaws and imperfections. She was an admirable Economist; And, without Prodigality, Dispensed Plenty to every Person in her Family; BUT Would sacrifice their eyes to a Farthing Candle, She sometimes made her Husband happy with her good Qualities; BUT Much more frequently miserable - with her Many Failings; Insomuch that in thirty years cohabitation, he often Lamented that, maugre all her Virtues, He had not, in the whole, enjoyed two years of Matrimonial Comfort. AT LENGTH, Finding that she had lost the affections of her Husband, As well as the regard of her Neighbours, Family Disputes having been divulged by Servants, She died of Vexation, July 20, 1768, Aged 48 years. Her worn-out Husband survived her Four Months and Two days, and Departed this Life, November 28, 1768, In the 54th year of his age. WILLIAM BOND, Brother to the Deceased, erected This Stone, As a WEEKLY MONITOR to the surviving Wives of this Parish, that they may avoid the infamy Of having their Memories handed down to Posterity With a "patch-work" Character. SdeM
WMT J18231023NPDBONDNathanielRt HonOn Wednesday, October 8, at his seat in Dorset, after a long illness, the Right Hon. Nathaniel Bond, one of his Majesty's privy Council, and M.P. for Corfe Castle.SdeM
FJ1820410NPMBONDRichard WEsqOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co RoscommenNickR
FJ1820410NPMBONDSophia On Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co RoscommenNickR
WMT J1826511NPSBONDThomasEsqEQUITY EXCHEQUER. Black a. Black, and Others. ... Set Up and Let ... the Dwelling House, Lands and Premises of Slyan, and its subdenominations, containing about 150 Acres, situate in the County of Longford, and late in the possession of Thomas Bond, Esq. SdeM
FJ1845322NPMBONDThomasEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co ArmaghNickR
WMT J18261109NPSBONDThomas EPITAPH ON A MONUMENT IN HORSELEYDOWN CHURCH, IN CUMBERLAND. Here lies the bodies Of THOMAS BOND and MARY his wife. She was temperate, chaste and charitable, BUT Her Husband and Child, whom she loved Seldom saw her countenance without a disgusting frown, While she received Visitors whom she despised, with an endearing smile. Her behaviour was discreet towards Strangers; BUT Imprudent in her Family. Abroad, her conduct was influenced by good breeding; BUT At home, by ill temper. She was a professed enemy to Flattery, And was seldom known to Praise or Commend; BUT The Talents in which she principally excelled Were difference of Opinion, and discovering flaws and imperfections. She was an admirable Economist; And, without Prodigality, Dispensed Plenty to every Person in her Family; BUT Would sacrifice their eyes to a Farthing Candle, She sometimes made her Husband happy with her good Qualities; BUT Much more frequently miserable - with her Many Failings; Insomuch that in thirty years cohabitation, he often Lamented that, maugre all her Virtues, He had not, in the whole, enjoyed two years of Matrimonial Comfort. AT LENGTH, Finding that she had lost the affections of her Husband, As well as the regard of her Neighbours, Family Disputes having been divulged by Servants, She died of Vexation, July 20, 1768, Aged 48 years. Her worn-out Husband survived her Four Months and Two days, and Departed this Life, November 28, 1768, In the 54th year of his age. WILLIAM BOND, Brother to the Deceased, erected This Stone, As a WEEKLY MONITOR to the surviving Wives of this Parish, that they may avoid the infamy Of having their Memories handed down to Posterity With a "patch-work" Character. SdeM
WMT J18311124NPSBONDW NEW IRISH SHERIFFS. From the Dublin Gazette of Saturday. ... LONGFORD - R.G. Greville, W. Bond, J. Auchmuty. ... SdeM
WMT J1830624NPMBONDW M'GEsqJune 17, married this morning at the parish Church of Enniscoffy, by the Rev. John Hill, Anne, sister of Robert Smyth, Esq., of Gaybrook, and niece to Sir Robert Staples, Bart., to W. M'G. Bond, Esq. of Derrycan, in the county of Armagh. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDBONDWilliamEsqOn the 27th ultimo, William Bond, Esq., of Bond's Hill. SdeM
FJ1835409NPDBONDWilliamEsqOn the 31st ult, Mrs BOND relict of William BOND of Bond Hill near Londonderry, EsqNickR
WMT J18261109NPSBONDWilliam EPITAPH ON A MONUMENT IN HORSELEYDOWN CHURCH, IN CUMBERLAND. Here lies the bodies Of THOMAS BOND and MARY his wife. She was temperate, chaste and charitable, BUT Her Husband and Child, whom she loved Seldom saw her countenance without a disgusting frown, While she received Visitors whom she despised, with an endearing smile. Her behaviour was discreet towards Strangers; BUT Imprudent in her Family. Abroad, her conduct was influenced by good breeding; BUT At home, by ill temper. She was a professed enemy to Flattery, And was seldom known to Praise or Commend; BUT The Talents in which she principally excelled Were difference of Opinion, and discovering flaws and imperfections. She was an admirable Economist; And, without Prodigality, Dispensed Plenty to every Person in her Family; BUT Would sacrifice their eyes to a Farthing Candle, She sometimes made her Husband happy with her good Qualities; BUT Much more frequently miserable - with her Many Failings; Insomuch that in thirty years cohabitation, he often Lamented that, maugre all her Virtues, He had not, in the whole, enjoyed two years of Matrimonial Comfort. AT LENGTH, Finding that she had lost the affections of her Husband, As well as the regard of her Neighbours, Family Disputes having been divulged by Servants, She died of Vexation, July 20, 1768, Aged 48 years. Her worn-out Husband survived her Four Months and Two days, and Departed this Life, November 28, 1768, In the 54th year of his age. WILLIAM BOND, Brother to the Deceased, erected This Stone, As a WEEKLY MONITOR to the surviving Wives of this Parish, that they may avoid the infamy Of having their Memories handed down to Posterity With a "patch-work" Character. SdeM
WMT J18241209NPNBONDWilloughbyEsqLIST OF SHERIFFS.
DUBLIN CASTLE, NOV. 20, 1824.
Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize, to serve the Office of high Sheriff for the ensuing year.
...
GALWAY - ... Wm. Handcock, of Carntrilly, Esq. ... Wm. Handcock, of Ross, Esq.
LONGFORD - Thomas Achmuty, of Longford, Esq.; Willoughby Bond, of Farraghroe, Esq., Edgeworthstown; Wm. Brady Shouldham, of Ballymahon, Esq.
...
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WMT J18261130NPSBONDWilloughbyEsqHIGH SHERIFFS. Dublin Castle, November 18, 1826. Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize, to serve the Office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year:- ... LONGFORD - Willoughby Bond, of Farreghroe, Esq., Edgeworthstown; James Barber, of Moss Vale, Esq., Edgeworthstown. ... SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMBONDWilloughbyEsqIn St. George's Church, Dublin, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Nicholas Gosselin, Willoughby Bond, of Fara, in the county Longford, Esq. to Alicia Sidney Gosselin, only daughter of Wm. Gosselin, of Fortland, co. Cavan, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18281106NPDBOND Dean of RossJohn Croker Bond, youngest son of the Very Rev. the Dean of Ross. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDBOND LadyOn the 7th inst. in giving birth to their infant child, deeply lamented, in her 22d year, Louisa Sarah, wife of Mr. John Mathews the younger, of Charles-street, Somer's-town, London, niece to the Dowager Viscountess Avonmore, and to Lady Bond, and cousin to Viscount Avonmore, principal Registrar of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland. [Yelverton] SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSBOND MajLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
FJ1836323NPDBOND MajAt her residence Bond's Glen in the co Londonderry, aged 91 years, Miss Anne BOND sister of the late Maj BONDNickR
WMT J1825203NPDBONHAMJohnEsqAfter a protracted illness, in his 31st year, John Bonham, Esq. of Upper-Gardiner street. SdeM
CG&GA1796723NPDBONWELL[? Mary nee BENGER]MrsThursday night last Mrs BONWELL wife of James BONWELL Esq Banker a good wife affectionate daughter and kind motherNickR
HC17731014NPMBONWELLJamesEsqThis day at Rathcoorel Church, James BONWELL, Esq; to Miss BENGER of Glenane, with a fortune of 6___0 and 400l per annumNickR
CG HA1793130NPMBONWELLJamesEsqSame day (Saturday), at Christ Church, Dominick SARSFIELD, of Doughclorne, Esq; to the accomplished Miss BONWELL, daughter of James BONWELL, Esq; bankerNickR
CG&GA1796723NPDBONWELLJamesEsqThursday night last Mrs BONWELL wife of James BONWELL Esq Banker a good wife affectionate daughter and kind motherNickR
LGA18101207NPDBONWELLJamesEsqOn Thursday night last, at his seat in Sunday-Wells Cork, after a tedious and painful illness, James BONWELL Esq Banker, at the advanced age of 78 yearsNickR
FJ17731019-21NPMBONWELLJames A few days ago, at Rathcoony Co Cork James BONWELT (sic) to Miss Mary BENGER [Marriage settlement Reg Deeds 318.113.212232]NickR
LGA1814301NPMBONWORTHGrace At Mallow, Lt William Burn WEEKS of the Royal Navy, to Grace, daughter of Mr. Peter BONWORTH, of that townNickR
LGA1814301NPMBONWORTHPeterMrAt Mallow, Lt William Burn WEEKS of the Royal Navy, to Grace, daughter of Mr. Peter BONWORTH, of that townNickR
WMT J1831414NPABONYNGEJamesEsqTO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Rockfield, the residence of the late James Bonynge, Esq., in this Co. ... SdeM
WMT J1828626NPABONYNGEJames COUNTY WESTMEATH. We, the undersigned Freeholders of the County Westmeath ... ... James Bonynge ... SdeM
WMT J18321011NPABONYNGEJames CHANCERY. Thomas D'Arcy, Esq., Petitioner. Francis Magan, Esq., Executor of Jas. Bonynge, deceased, and others, Respondents. ... lands of KILL, called the House and Demesne division of Rockfield, containing about 123 Acres, late in the possession of James Bonynge, Esq., deceased, and his under tenants, situate in the County of Westmeath ... SdeM
WMT J1833404NPABONYNGEJohn NorthEsqCHANCERY. Charles Kelly, Esq., plaintiff. Hubert Bonynge Kelly, Richard Kelly, and Edward Kelly, defendants. ... CHANCERY. Mary Kelly, Widow, plaintiff. John North Bonynge, Esq. and others, defendants. ... SdeM
WMT J1827607NPMBOOKERMary Anne On the 5th inst. at Crossakiel church, county of Meath, by the Rev. Mr. Booth, Mr. Warren Lee, of this town, to Mary Anne, third daughter of Mr. Wm. Booker, of Bennisfort, county of Meath. SdeM
WMT J1828710NPDBOOKERSophiaMissOn the 3d instant in this Town of a few days illness, in the 18th year of her age, Miss Sophia Booker, of Bensforth, County Meath. SdeM
WMT J1827607NPMBOOKERWilliamMrOn the 5th inst. at Crossakiel church, county of Meath, by the Rev. Mr. Booth, Mr. Warren Lee, of this town, to Mary Anne, third daughter of Mr. Wm. Booker, of Bennisfort, county of Meath. SdeM
LC1835923NPMBOOKEYMary At Ballycanew church, John SWAN Esq of Tombreen, co Wicklow, to Mary fourth daughter of Richard BOOKEY of Dowshal, Esq, co WexfordNickR
LC1835923NPMBOOKEYRichardEsqAt Ballycanew church, John SWAN Esq of Tombreen, co Wicklow, to Mary fourth daughter of Richard BOOKEY of Dowshal, Esq, co WexfordNickR
WMT G1835326NPMBOOKYElizabeth On the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835326NPMBOOKYRichardEsqOn the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18291211NPMBOOTHAnne GoreMissIn St Patrick's Church, Dublin, the Hon. R[obert] KING, M. P. for the County Roscommon, and eldest son of Lord Lorton, to Miss [Anne Gore] BOOTH, only sister of Sir Robert Gore BOOTH, Bart., of Lissadell, County Sligo. The happy pair will spend the honey moon at Powerscourt. The trouseau of the lovely bride was costly in the extreme.NickR
LGA1809131NPMBOOTHHenryCaptMr Samuel PEACOCK surgeon in the 61st regt, to Mrs M BOOTH, widow of the late Capt Henry BOOTHNickR
WMT J1824617NPMBOOTHJane Amelia At the Church, Kilmore Palace, Co. of Cavan, on the 11th instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Magennis, John Carmichael, of Temple-street, Esq. to Jane Amelia, second daughter of Robert Bell Booth, of Drumcarbon, County Cavan, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS1829710NPMBOOTHJohnEsqAt St Thomas's church, Dublin, John BOOTH, Esq. of the Customs House, to Mary Charlottte, eldest daughter of Charles GRACE, Esq. of Limerick and niece to V. PEACOCKE, of Doneen, EsqNickR
LGA1809131NPMBOOTHMMrsMr Samuel PEACOCK surgeon in the 61st regt, to Mrs M BOOTH, widow of the late Capt Henry BOOTHNickR
WMT G1835507NPMBOOTHMatilda Adelaide At Castlenock Church, by the Rev. William Archdall, A.M., the Rev. Charles Henry Archdall, of Cappoquin, son of the late Rev. Henry Archdall, Prebendary of Seskinna, and Vicar of Kilmeaden, to Matilda Adelaide, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Booth, of Harcourt-street, Esq., and sister to the late Viscountess Avonmore. SdeM
LEP-CS18291211NPMBOOTHRobertSir BtIn St Patrick's Church, Dublin, the Hon. R[obert] KING, M. P. for the County Roscommon, and eldest son of Lord Lorton, to Miss [Anne Gore] BOOTH, only sister of Sir Robert Gore BOOTH, Bart., of Lissadell, County Sligo. The happy pair will spend the honey moon at Powerscourt. The trouseau of the lovely bride was costly in the extreme.NickR
WMT J1824617NPMBOOTHRobert BellEsqAt the Church, Kilmore Palace, Co. of Cavan, on the 11th instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Magennis, John Carmichael, of Temple-street, Esq. to Jane Amelia, second daughter of Robert Bell Booth, of Drumcarbon, County Cavan, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835507NPMBOOTHThomasEsqAt Castlenock Church, by the Rev. William Archdall, A.M., the Rev. Charles Henry Archdall, of Cappoquin, son of the late Rev. Henry Archdall, Prebendary of Seskinna, and Vicar of Kilmeaden, to Matilda Adelaide, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Booth, of Harcourt-street, Esq., and sister to the late Viscountess Avonmore. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMBOOTH CaptAt Kingston-on-Thames, Captain Booth, of the 15th King's Hussars, to Elizabeth Mary, only daughter of the late Richard Webb, of Ham Common.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPDBOOTH CaptOn the 30th ult. Mrs. Booth, wife of Captain Booth, of the 15th Hussars.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPDBOOTH MrsOn the 30th ult. Mrs. Booth, wife of Captain Booth, of the 15th Hussars.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDBOOTH MrsOn the 4th inst. in Molesworth-st., Mrs. Booth, very much and deservedly lamented. SdeM
WMT J1827607NPMBOOTH Rev MrOn the 5th inst. at Crossakiel church, county of Meath, by the Rev. Mr. Booth, Mr. Warren Lee, of this town, to Mary Anne, third daughter of Mr. Wm. Booker, of Bennisfort, county of Meath. SdeM
LC1826527NPSBOOTIMANR EMrIn the Recorder's Court of Cork, on Thursday, R. LONGFIELD, Esq. son of Colonel LONGFIELD, of Mallow, brought an action against Mr. R. E. BOOTIMAN, Veterinary Surgeon, for the value of a fine horse placed under his care, and which the defendant alleged had died, though he had not returned the skin. Damages were laid at 200l. The evidence howerer satisfied the Jury that the horse had died, and a verdict was returned for Mr. BOOTIMAN, but each to pay his own costs.NickR
LEP-CS18281114NPMBORBIDGEElizabethMrsJohn CHRISTIAN Esq of Dawson Street Dublin to Mrs Elizabeth BORBRIDGENickR
WMT G1835521NPMBOROUGHHannah On the 11th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Edmondson, in the Church of Rennity, Thomas Power, Esq., of Falty-House, County of Roscommon, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Borough, of the 26th Regiment, and niece to Sir Richard Borough, Bart. SdeM
LC1826902NPSBOROUGHREsqOn Wednesday morning, Lieutenant CAREY, C. C. with a party of Police, proceeded to the Glen, near Kilrush and apprehended a riotous character, named David CONWAY, for stealing butter, which was found in his possession. He was concealed in a chimney when discovered. CONWAY's two brothers were transported, and he himself was to be tried at last Spring Assizes for murder, but was discharged for want of prosecution. CONWAY was committed to Ennis Gaol by R. BOROUGH, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1830702NPSBOROUGHRandalEsqCommitted to Ennis Jail, by Randal BOROUGH, Esq., Thomas BANINGTON alias BURANE, for the murder of John DOWNS.NickR
WMT G1835521NPMBOROUGHRichardSir BartOn the 11th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Edmondson, in the Church of Rennity, Thomas Power, Esq., of Falty-House, County of Roscommon, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Borough, of the 26th Regiment, and niece to Sir Richard Borough, Bart. SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMBOROUGH Lt-ColOn the 11th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Edmondson, in the Church of Rennity, Thomas Power, Esq., of Falty-House, County of Roscommon, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Borough, of the 26th Regiment, and niece to Sir Richard Borough, Bart. SdeM
Pue'sO17411027NPDBORRJohnEsqThis week John BORR Esq of Batten Lane embarked for Park Gate but in his passage had the misfortune to fall over board and was drowned. His corps was taken up and carried to Park Gate and was interr'd at Nessen: He was a genteman possed of a large estate and was going to travelNickR
LGA1807721NPMBORROUGHREsqSaturday, at Shanagolden church, R BORROUGH, Esq of this city to Miss HOLMES, daughter of Robert HOLMES, of Ballaydam [Ballyadam?], in this coNickR
WMT J1834417NPMBORROWESEliza Frances On Monday, the 7th inst., in St. Audeon's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. Scott, Wm. Calcutt, Esq., of Coldblow, Queen's County, to Eliza Frances, the accomplished and only daughter of Thomas Borrowes, Esq., of same County. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMBORROWESThomasEsqOn Monday, the 7th inst., in St. Audeon's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. Scott, Wm. Calcutt, Esq., of Coldblow, Queen's County, to Eliza Frances, the accomplished and only daughter of Thomas Borrowes, Esq., of same County. SdeM
LC18241027NPDBOSCHJohn LouisEsqAt his residence near Utrecht, in the Netherlands, aged 71 years, John Louis BOSCH, Esq. senior Admiral of the Netherland Fleet, and son-in-law of the late Edward JAMESON, Esq. of CorkNickR
WMT J18271115NPBBOSWELLJohnEsqAt Athlone, on the 8th instant, the lady of John Boswell, Esq., Barrister at Law, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J18251222NPSBOSWELLJohn FATAL DUEL. Extract of a Letter received at our Office this Morning. Dec. 22, 1825. "A fatal Duel took place yesterday at Tang, in the County of Longford, between Mr. John Boswell, and Mr. White, of Athlone, partners in a Brewing concern in that town, on the second fire, Mr. B.'s shot took effect and Mr. White fell ded, the ball having passed through his body and lungs; the cause of this unfortunate duel was a dispute originating in some matter connected with their business. The parties were previously placed in arrest by Richard Handcock, Esq., Magistrate, but they broke their arrest." SdeM
WMT J18251229NPSBOSWELLWilliamMrTHE LATE FATAL DUEL. The hurried statement which appeared in our last Number ... Mr. William Boswell and the Messrs. Whyte, his partners ... Mr. John Whyte ... a Scotchman ... SdeM
WMT J1826202NPSBOSWELLWilliam COURT OF KING'S BENCH DUBLIN. HOMICIDE IN A DUEL. The King v. Boswell and Magrath. ... William Boswell ... SdeM
FJ1830101NPMBOTELERHenryCapt RNAt Lym, Dorsetshire, Capt Heny BOTELER RN to Henrietta daughter of the late Alan BELLINGHAM Esq of Castlebellingham, co LouthNickR
WMT J1824429NPDBOTTGeorgeMrOn the 19th inst. much and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintance, John Bott, of No. 19, Dame-street, Esq., Dentist. In addition to standing high in his profession, he was extremely charitable and attentive to the poor. He is succeeded by his brother Mr. George Bott, who, for eighteen years, was his confidential assistant.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPDBOTTJohnEsqOn the 19th inst. much and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintance, John Bott, of No. 19, Dame-street, Esq., Dentist. In addition to standing high in his profession, he was extremely charitable and attentive to the poor. He is succeeded by his brother Mr. George Bott, who, for eighteen years, was his confidential assistant.SdeM
Pue'sO17431126NPSBOUCHERJohnGentOn Wednesday last a proclamation was issued by the Lord Lieutenant and council Proclaiming a reward for taking and apprehending Hugh Fitz John MASSY of the co of Cork, Gent, John BOUCHER Gent and Michael SCANLAN the younger of Ballykelly in the co of Limerick, James CURRANE, and Timothy CROMEEN, for forcibly carrying away of Frances INGOLSBY spinster, from the house of the Rev Thomas ROYCE of Nantenan in the co of Limerick and likewise feloniously taking several arms from said houseNickR
Pue'sO1744902NPSBOUCHERJohnMrWe that from Limerick that the tryal of Mr MASSEY and Mr BOUCHER was put off to the next Assizes amd the said gentlemen ordered into close confinementNickR
LGA1815425NPDBOUCHIERAnne At her brother's (Baggotstown, in this county) Anne, daughter of the late James J BOUCHIER, Esq.NickR
LGA18111101NPMBOUCHIERHenryEsqOn Tuesday, by the Rev Mr. GRAVES, at Athlacca church, Henry BOUCGIER, Esq. of Bruff, to Miss HARNETT, daughter of Leiut. HARNETT, of the Carlow militia.NickR
LGA1815425NPDBOUCHIERJames JEsqAt her brother's (Baggotstown, in this county) Anne, daughter of the late James J BOUCHIER, Esq.NickR
LC18261014NPSBOUCHIERJohnEsqJohn BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, Esq. presided at a parochial meeting of Catholic inhabitants of Bruff, on Sunday. It resolved to collect the Catholic rent and prepare a retition to Parliament— the latter to be entrusted to the Earl of Limerick and Thomas LLOYD, Esq. M.P.NickR
LC1824821NPDBOUCHIERMaria At Castle-connell, on Wednesday the 18th inst. after a painfull and protracted illness, which she bore with true Christian resignation, aged 20 years, Maria, second daughter of William BOUCHIER, Esq. Formerly of Killcullane, in this County, and grand niece of the late Sir Peter NUGHENT, Bart. of Doonere, County Westmeath—a young lady, whose loss will be long and severely felt by her numerous, and respectable friends and reltives.NickR
LGA1820523NPSBOUCHIERWEsqCommittals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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LC1824821NPDBOUCHIERWilliamEsqAt Castle-connell, on Wednesday the 18th inst. after a painfull and protracted illness, which she bore with true Christian resignation, aged 20 years, Maria, second daughter of William BOUCHIER, Esq. Formerly of Killcullane, in this County, and grand niece of the late Sir Peter NUGHENT, Bart. of Doonere, County Westmeath—a young lady, whose loss will be long and severely felt by her numerous, and respectable friends and reltives.NickR
LEP-CS1831531NPSBOUCHIER MissOn Sunday last, as Ensign SUTHERLAND, of the 69th Regiment, accompanied by Miss BOUCHIER, who was also on horsback, was riding a spirited horsenear Bruff, County Limerick, the animal took fright at Mr. SUTHERLAND's cap falling off, and by a sudden plunge, threw the unfortunate gentleman, ho came upon his head, and survived but a few moments. An Inquest was shortly after held on the body by J. BENNETT, coroner.NickR
LEP-CS1831628NPSBOUCHIER MrThe sum of £12 13s. was raised in Bruff, Co. Limerick, on Sunday week, for the relief of the poor in the distressed district, including sums of £1 each from Mr. BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, and Mr. GLEASON, of Green Lawn. The sum was considerable, if the state of the Country, and the local want of employment in this town and vicinity, be taken into account.NickR
DWJ1749812NPSBOULGER  Extract of a letter from Kilkenny dated August 8, This day BOULGER, and one HACKETT who was called by a nickname Bristeen two proclaimed Tories were try'd and executed this evening. Bristeen was quartered and his head cut off, and BOULGER is to be hung in chains. We had the grandest Assizes ever known here, no less than five Lords on the bench every day besids the JudgesNickR
LC1796312NPMBOURCHIERJamesEsqLast Thursday, at Athlacca Church, James BOURCHIER, of Kilcullane, Co. Limerick, Esq; to the very agreeable Miss CUDMORE, daughter of Paul CUDMORE, of Ballymartin, in said County, Esq.NickR
LC18011028NPDBOURCHIERJamesEsqLast Monday, in William Street, sincerely lamented by his family and numerous acquaintance, James BOURCHIER, of Kilcullane, in this County.NickR
LC18011209NPSBOURCHIERWilliamEsqWilliam BOURCHIER, of Kilcallane, Esq; is appointed a Justice of the Peace for this CountyNickR
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEAgarHonsee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount MayoNickR
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEAlice (nee AGAR)Lady Viscountess Mayosee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount MayoNickR
LT1837109NPDBOURKEAnneMrsAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South WalesNickR
LC1769424NPSBOURKEBridget [Dublin, April 22] Saturday last, after the execution of Christopher MORGAN and Bridget BOURKE, the Mob pulled down the Gallows.NickR
FJ1860215NPDBOURKEBridget Extraordinary Longevity — A woman of the name of Bridget BOURKE died last week in Cashel Union Workhouse, aged 108 years. She had been an inmate of the Workhouse for the last ten years. She retained her faculties to the last. Her daughter aged 80, is an inmate of the Workhouse.—Clonmel ChronicleNickR
WMT J1827517NPMBOURKEEdwardEsqIn St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Henry Herbert, the Rev. Edward Bourke (eldest son of Edward Bourke Esq. of Great Charles-street), Vicar of St. Nicholas, Galway, to Olivia, fourth daughter of the late Venerable Archdeacon Herbert. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMBOURKEEdwardRevIn St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Henry Herbert, the Rev. Edward Bourke (eldest son of Edward Bourke Esq. of Great Charles-street), Vicar of St. Nicholas, Galway, to Olivia, fourth daughter of the late Venerable Archdeacon Herbert. SdeM
FJ18311006NPMBOURKEFrances Emma At St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South WalesNickR
LGA1819720NPSBOURKEJames Arrest of Robert HOLMES for the murder and robbery of James BOURKENickR
WMT J18291210NPMBOURKEJohnEarl of MayoAt Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo John Bourke, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford. SdeM
LT1837109NPDBOURKEJohnEsqAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South WalesNickR
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEJohnViscount Mayosee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount MayoNickR
LGA1815203NPSBOURKEJohn Attack on house at ArdpatrickNickR
LGA1815217NPSBOURKEJohn Committed, By Charles D OLIVER, Esq, to the County Jail, John BOURKE, Wm. TORPRY, and Daniel REARDON, charged with burglarously breaking open the houuse of Thos. DILLANE, of Ardpatrick and attempting to burn it.NickR
WMT J18291210NPMBOURKERichardBishop of WaterfordAt Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford Richard Bourke. SdeM
LEP-CS1831419NPSBOURKERichardMaj-Gen Sir
General BOURKE
Major-General BOURKE, K. C. B., of Thornville, County Limerick, has been appointed Governor-General of New South Wales—a situation the important duties of which his well known abilities and long experience fully qualify him to discharge with credit to himself and advantage to that extensive Colony.
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LEP-CS1831510NPSBOURKERichardMaj-Gen SirMajor-General BOURKE and family left Thornfield, naer Limerick, on Friday, for London, from whence they will shortly proceed for New South Wales, to the Governorship of which the galant general has been lately appointed.NickR
LEP-CS18281121NPSBOURKERichardRevThe Rev. Richard BOURKE thankfully acknowledges the receipt of 1l. each from Mrs. CREED, of Ballynanty, and Edward CROKER, of Grange Hill House, Esq. in aid of the building of the new Chapel of Bruff.NickR
LT1837109NPDBOURKERichardSirAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South WalesNickR
LEP-CS1828829NPSBOURKERobertRevLaying the first stone of the Chapel of BruffNickR
LEP-CS1829313NPSBOURKERobertRevBuff New Chapel.—In addition to the sums already received in aid of this splendid building, the Rev. Robert BOURKE thankfully acknowledges receipt of the following sums for that benevolent object:— Very Rev. Dean M'NEMARA, 10l; Rev. James MOORE, Mungret, 1l; Standish O'GRADY, Castle-farm, 1l; Pierce SHANNON, Esq. 1l; John Hogan, Jas., 1l; Mr. Matthew O'BRIEN, Dromin, 1l; Patrick WATERS, Esq. Fermoy, 2l; Mr. Charles CREED, Ballinatone, 1l; Messrs. John and James FLINN, 1l each, and Mr. John CUSACK, 1l.NickR
LEP-CS1829407NPSBOURKERobertRevThe Right Rev. Dr. RYAN has handed five Guineas to the Rev Robert BOURKE, Treasurer of th Bruff Chapel Committee, as adonation of the Count de Salis, received by his Lordship, through the hands of Stephen DICKSON, Esq. towards that building. The Rev. Mr. BURKE also acknowledges the receipt of 2l from Messrs. Alexander ROY & Co., John's-Gate Brewery, for the same purpose.NickR
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKETheobaldHonsee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount MayoNickR
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKETheobaldSir, Viscount MayoA curious fine monument is finished by Mr CHEERE in London, and sent to Ireland to be erected in the memory of the Rt Hon Theobald Lord Viscount Mayo, on which is the following inscription

A faithful friend, a dutiful son,
An affectionate Brother,
And a tender Husband;
He passed through Life
With unblemished Honour, beloved and esteemed
By all that knew him
His manners were easy,
His Temper gentle and humane;
The knowledge of his high birth
Had no other Effect upon him,
Than to make it his Study, in all the Offices of Life
To live up to the Character, to which he was born,
Being sensible that truest Nobility
Is that of the Mind;
And to possess it in the highest degree,
Is to walk in the paths of Virtue;
Which he did to the day of his death.
He died at London the 7th day of January 1741,
In the 36th year of his Age,
Much lamented, but by none more sincerely
Than by his much beloved consort,
Alice, Lady Viscountess Mayo,
The eldest Daughter of James AGAR
Of Gowran in the county of Kilkenny, Esq;
And of his wife, Daughter of Sir Henry WEMYS,
By whom he had two sons, Theobald and Agar,
Who both died young.
In Testimony of the affectionate Respect,
Which his Lady
Most deservedly retains for his Memory,
This Monument was by her erected.
[Lodge: married March 1726, Member of Parliament for St Cannice, interred at Ballintober; succeeded by his brother John]
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Pue'sO1739616NPSBOURKETheobaldViscount MayoYesterday a servant belonging to the Rt Hon the Lord Viscount Mayo, was tryed for the killing of one Mr WALDRON, by the accidental going off of a pistol, and acquittedNickR
WMT J1824923NPDBOURKEThomasEsqIn Limerick, Mrs. Bourke, relict of Thomas Bourke, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS18291020NPSBOURKEWalter Committed to the County Gaol, since our last, by Thomas P. VOKES, Esq. John DUNWORTH and Lawrence LYNCH, charged with the murder of Timothy NEIL and Walter BOURKE at Ballynahinch on the 12th of April last.NickR
WMT J18231224NPMBOURKE GenAt Silvermines Church, near Nenagh, on the 16th inst. by the Rev. Dean Holmes, Vicar of Kilmore, Edward Bourne, Esq., Gloucester-street, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Carrol, Esq., and sister of General Sir William P. Carrol, K.C.B., Lieutenant-Governor and Commander of the Forces in the Island of Malta. The bride was given away by her cousin, General Bourke. After the ceremony, the party set off for Tulla House, the seat of Sir William Carrol.SdeM
FJ18311006NPMBOURKE Maj GenAt St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South WalesNickR
WMT J1824923NPDBOURKE MrsIn Limerick, Mrs. Bourke, relict of Thomas Bourke, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231224NPMBOURNEEdwardEsqAt Silvermines Church, near Nenagh, on the 16th inst. by the Rev. Dean Holmes, Vicar of Kilmore, Edward Bourne, Esq., Gloucester-street, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Carrol, Esq., and sister of General Sir William P. Carrol, K.C.B., Lieutenant-Governor and Commander of the Forces in the Island of Malta. The bride was given away by her cousin, General Bourke. After the ceremony, the party set off for Tulla House, the seat of Sir William Carrol.SdeM
WMT J18331107NPBBOURNEREsqNov. 3, in Lower Fitzwilliam-street, the lady of R. Bourne, Esq., of Lynnbury, county of Westmeath, of a son. SdeM
WMT J1824603NPMBOURNEWRevOn the 28th inst., by special license, at Kilkenny West, in this County, Major-General the Hon. W.G. Harris, to Isabella, only child of R.H. Temple, of Waterstown, Esq. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. Bourne, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1832503NPMBOURNEWRevIn St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. Bourne, the Rev. John Tottenham, only son of George Tottenham, Esq., of Rathangan, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late George Newenham, Esq., of Summer-hill, Cork. SdeM
WMT G1835430NPBBOURNEWalter (jun)EsqAt Whitehall, County of Dublin, the lady of Walter Bourne, jun., Esq., of a daughter. SdeM
LEP-CS1830723NPSBOVENIZERWilliam City Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The following were sentenced to seven years transportation:—Honora LONG, David HARTIGAN, John CONNORS, William BOVENIZER, Michael KENNEDY (a boy), Catherine RYAN, and Catherine FITZGERALDNickR
LC1824602NPBBOWDENJohn PEsqAt Oak Grove, Co Cork, the lady of John P. BOWDEN, Esq of a son and heir.NickR
WMT J1828619NPMBOWDENJohn WilliamEsqIn London, John William Bowden, Esq. to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Sir John Edward Swinburn, Bt., Northumberland. SdeM
FJ1765413-16NPDBOWEN[Catherine nee WIGHT]widowThe relict of the Rev William John BOWENNickR
LGA1814830NPSBOWEN[female] An inquest was held Wednesday last, by Edward CARTE and Bryan SHEEHY, Esqrs Magistrates for this county, on the body of John SWITZER, of Courtmatrix, a farmer who was fired at by a woman called BOWEN – It was said that the deceased was supposed to have propagated reports injurious to the character of the woman, and she in a fit of rage, discharged a loaded musket at him, the contents of which lodged in his right eye— after several witnesses were examined, the jury returned a verdict of wilful murderNickR
FJ1849208NPMBOWENBessie Cole In Farahy Church, Matthew BRADDELL Esq MD of Mallow to Bessie Cole only daughter of the late Robert Cole BOWEN of Bowen's Court, co CorkNickR
FJ1858130NPDBOWENBryanna Cole January 21, in Bandon, Bryanna Cole, eldest daughter of the late Rev N Cole BOWEN vicar of Ballyfeard, co CorkNickR
FJ18551120NPDBOWENCatherineHonNovember 13, in Upper Mount Street, the Hon Catherine relict of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt, co CorkNickR
LC1797125NPMBOWENCatherine ColeMissFriday, John WIGHT, Esq; attorney at law, to the amiable and accomplished Miss BOWEN, daughter to the late Henry Cole BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, in the couunty of Cork, Esq.NickR

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H ALLEN  Joseph ATKINSON  Part 02
Joseph ATKINSON  Robert BARLOW  Part 03
Sarah BARLOW  William BEATTY  Part 04
Catherine BEATY  John BENNETT  Part 05
John BENNETT   BEVERHOUDT  Part 06
BEVIN  Alexander BLOOD  Part 07
Benjamin BLOOD  Catherine Cole BOWEN  Part 08
Christopher BOWEN  John BRAY  Part 09
J BREDIN  Joseph BROWNRIG  Part 10
Rosanna Bridget (nee LEE) BROWNRIG  Nathaniel Edward BUTLER  Part 11
Pierce BUTLER  Joseph CARROL  Part 12
Thomas CARROL  Robert CHADWICKE  Part 13
Robert CHADWICKE  Amelia CHRISTIAN  Part 14
Anastasia CHRISTIAN  Richard CLOSE  Part 15
Robert Barry CLOSE  Anthony CONNELL  Part 16
Barbara CONNELL  Charles Eyre COOTE  Part 17
Charles Eyre COOTE  Robert COOTE  Part 18
Robert COOTE   CRAMPTON  Part 19
CRAMPTON  Edward CROKER  Part 20
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 21
Henry CROKER  Maria Sophia [nee LASCELLS] CROKER  Part 22
Marianne CROKER   CROKER  Part 23
CROKER  Georgina CUYLER  Part 24
Lambett D[R]EW  Paul DE PEYRONNET  Part 25
Pierre-Denis DE PEYRONNET  Thomas DIVETT  Part 26
Thomas DIXON  Barry DREW  Part 27
Barry DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 28
Pierce William DREW  Lawrence DURACK  Part 29
Lawrence DURACK  Thomas ELRINGTON  Part 30
ELRINGTON  Catherine FAULKNER  Part 31
W C FAULKNER  Laurence FITZGERALD  Part 32
M FITZGERALD  G E FORMAN  Part 33
John FORRESTAL  Bartholemew FRERE  Part 34
George FREWEN   GEORGE  Part 35
Elizabeth GEORGE[SIC]  William GOGGIN  Part 36
William GOGGIN  Marinne GRANT  Part 37
Mercia Maria GRANT  Richard GREVILLE  Part 38
Richard F GREVILLE  Hans HAMILTON  Part 39
Hans HAMILTON  (nee DENNIS) HARRISON  Part 40
Elizabeth (nee WINTER) HARRISON  George HEHIR  Part 41
James HEHIR  Ellen HILL  Part 42
G L HILL  Samuel HOLMES  Part 43
Samuel HOLMES   HUGGARD  Part 44
HUGGINS  Robert INGRAM  Part 45
INGRAM   JESSOP  Part 46
JESSOP   KEARNEY  Part 47
Hugh KEARNS  Alexander Speer KERR  Part 48
John KERR  David H LAMBERT  Part 49
John LAMBERT  William LAWRENCE  Part 50
LAWRENCE  John LEE  Part 51
John LEE  Joseph LENNARD  Part 52
Charlotte LENNON  Richard Pennefather LLOYD  Part 53
Rick LLOYD  James LYONS  Part 54
James D LYONS   MAHAFFY  Part 55
MAHAFFY  George MASSEY  Part 56
George [Eyre] MASSEY  Daniel MAUNSELL  Part 57
Daniel Henry MAUNSELL  John MCFARLAN  Part 58
Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY  Terence MIHAN  Part 59
Terence MIHAN  Andrew MOLONY  Part 60
Anne MOLONY  Isaac MORGAN  Part 61
James MORGAN  Robert MURPHY  Part 62
Thomas MURPHY  Jeremiah NOONAN  Part 63
James NORCOT  Samuel R ODELL  Part 64
Sarah ODELL   OLIVER  Part 65
OLIVER  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 66
Thomas PAKENHAM  Joseph PEACOCKE  Part 67
Joseph PEACOCKE  Maria Helena PERSSE  Part 68
Matilda PERSSE  Richard PLUMMER  Part 69
Cecilia Matilda PLUMPTRE  John PURCELL  Part 70
John PURCELL  John REDDAN  Part 71
John REDDAN  Phoebe RIDGEWAY  Part 72
Patrick RIEDY  Alexander ROSE  Part 73
Christopher ROSE  George RYAN  Part 74
Gertrude RYAN  Henry SANDFORD  Part 75
SANDFORD  A SHEARES  Part 76
Davis SHEARIN  Richard SMALLMAN  Part 77
Richard SMALLMAN  James SPLAINE  Part 78
Delilah SPOKES  Elizabeth Catherine STOPFORD  Part 79
James STOPFORD  Graves Chamney SWAN  Part 80
Graves Chamney SWAN  Theophilas Morris SYMMS  Part 81
Theophilas Morris SYMMS  William TAYLOR  Part 82
William TAYLOR  Austen TOOHEY  Part 83
Bent TOOLE  Robert TYNDALL  Part 84
TYNDALL  Cadwallader F WADDY  Part 85
Cadwallder WADDY   WALLACE  Part 86
WALLACE  Mary WEEKS  Part 87
Nicholas WEEKS   WHITE  Part 88
WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 89
Edward WILSON   WILSON  Part 90
WILSON   WYLDE  Part 91
Robert WYLEY    Part 92

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