King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 15

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
FJ18481220NPMCROKERHenrietta Ellen On the 14th instant, in Kilpeacon Church, Frederick PARTRIDGE, Esq. Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of John PARTRIDGE, Esq. of Bishopswood, Herefordshire, to Henry Ellen daughter of J CROKER, Esq. of Ballyneguarde Esq
CMC1808307NPMCROKERHenryEsqOn Thursday last, at Newberry Church, near Mallow, by the Rev. Richard CROKER, Charles GARDE, Esq. of Ballindenis, to Miss CROKER, eldest daughter of Henry CROKER, Esq. of Quartertown.
LGA1808311NPMCROKERHenryEsqOn Thursday last, at Newberry church, near Mallow, by the Rev Richard CROKER, Charles GARDE Esq of Ballinstenis to Miss CROKER eldest daughter of Henry CROKER Esq of Quartertown
LGA1810615NPBCROKERHenryEsqOn Tuesday the fifth inst at Quartertown House the seat of Hy CROKER, Esq the lady [Harriet Mary nee CROKER] of Charles GARDE Esq of a daughter
FJ1810618NPBCROKERHenryEsqAt Quartertown House, Co Cork, the seat of Henry CROKER Esq, the lady of Charles GARDE Esq of a daughter
LGA1812911NPSCROKERHenryEsqSaturday last, a most melancholy accident happened at Quartertown, the seat of Henry CROKER Esq —His two youngest sons, one of them ten years of age, the other eight, went to play near a mill lately erected on the grounds, when, shocking to relate, the eldest going too near the wheel which was in motion, was drawn in and chrushed to poeces; the other providently escaped, as he drew the lifeless body of his brother on the bank, near the fatal spot
LGA1817509NPDCROKERHenryEsqAt Quartertown House, near Mallow, of a rapid decline in the 21st year of his age, Edward, second son of Henry CROKER Esq; a dutiful child; and an affectionate brother
FJ18201016NPDCROKERHenryEsqOn Sunday morning, the 15th inst, in the 23d year of his age Henry CROKER, Esq merchant, sincerely regretted by his family and his acquaintences
LC1824331NPSCROKERHenryEsqOn Thursday night about eleven o'clock the Watchman employed by Henry CROKER, Esq. Quartertown, near Mallow, observed fire vlose to the Demesne, and immediately called Mr. Eyre CROKER, his master's son, who accompanied the watchman to the fire, when they perceived that a stack of oats the property of a man named MURPHY, was in flames. MURPHY's house had also been set fire to, and but for the assistance of Mr. CROKER and the watchman it would have been consumed, and the inhabitants perhaps burned to death, for they were asleep. At great personal risk to Mr. CROKER, and those with him, the fire was subdued and some of the corn saved. It appears that Murphy, the unfortunate owner of the property thus destroyed, had incurred the displeasure of the Rockites by having taken the holding on which he now resides, after other tenants had been evicted and to whom an large arrear of rent had been forgiven.
LEP-CS1831531NPSCROKERHenryEsqCapital conviction ... sworn on the Jury ... Henry CROKER ... Esqrs
LC1833302NPN/SCROKERHenryEsqList of voters registered for the County of the City of Limerick ... CROKER John Esq Ballyneguard freeman registered 16 Oct 1832 CROKER Henry Esq Ballyneguard freeman 16 Oct 1832
FJ1836528NPDCROKERHenryEsqOn Monday last, at Quartertown, co Cork, aged 78 years, Henry CROKER Esq one of the last surviving officers of those who fought in all the major battles of the first American war
LT1836530NPDCROKERHenryEsqAt his residence, Quartertown, co Cork, on the 23 inst, Henry CROKER, Esq, aged 78, brother of the late Edward CROKER of Ballyneguard, in this co, Esq, one of the last surving officers who fought in the battles of the first American war and one of the oldest Capts of the army — having obtained that rank in 1779. He was appointed to the situation of Brigade Major of Yeomanry in the year 1798 which he held for thirty years and was also an old and upright Magistrate of the county Cork
LS18381207NPDCROKERHenryEsqIn Mallow, Harriet Jane, widow of the late Henry CROKER Esq of Quartertoem House and sole heiress of the late Arthur DILLON Esq
LS18401005NPMCROKERHenryEsqAt Drumkeen church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Henry CROKER, Esq of Drumkeen House, to Ellen, daughter of Darby O'GRADY of Linfield, in this co, Esq
FJ1842509NPBCROKERHenryEsqOn the 1st inst, at Linfield, co Limerick, the lady of Henry CROKER Esq of Dromkeen of a son and heir
FJ1843428NPBCROKERHenryEsqOn the 23d inst, the lady of Henry CROKER Esq of Dromkeen, co Limeick, of a daughter
FJ1844607NPBCROKERHenryEsqOn the 3d inst, at Dromkeen, co Limerick, the lady of Henry CROKER Esq of a [probably son there is an ink blot obscring the word but the first letter seems to be an s]
LC1832926et seqNPNCROKERHenryfarmerList of Registry Applications received by the Clerk of the Peace for the Co of Limerick ....497 CROKER, Henry, farmer, Purktolane, freeholder, lands at Bawnenirnirsh, barony of Clanwilliam, £20
FJ1854123NPDCROKERHenryLtColJanuary 14, at Leamington, LtCol [Richard Hare] Henry CROKER, late of the 18th Hussars, son of Edward CROKER of Ballinnagarde, co Limerick
LGA18141111NPSCROKERHenryMajIn consequence of the reduction in the yeomanry corps in Ireland, Government have directed that the 18 senior brigade majors should only be retained, ... enlarged their dists ... Maj Hy CROKER, from the Mallow dist to the entire of co Cork, and city City
LGA1816611NPSCROKERHenryMajMajor CROKER, of Quartertown, is appointed Yeaomanry Brigade Major, in the District of Limerick, vice Major MAHONY, who exchanges for the Cork and Kerry districts
FJ18191012NPMCROKERHenryMajOn the 7th inst, Robert DAVIES Esq MD of Mallow, to Eliza relict of Capt DE ST AURIN, of the 20th Regt and third daughter of Major CROKER of Quartertown House, near Mallow, co Cork
LGA18191012NPMCROKERHenryMajAt Kilsharnack church, near Mallow Robert DAVIES, Esq MD of Mallow, to Ellan [?Elizabeth], relict of the late Capt [John] DE ST AURIN [C&R ML 1812] of the 20th Regt and third of Maj [Henry] CROKER of Quartertown House, near Mallow Co Cork
LC1827321NPMCROKERHenryMajAt Chatham church, on Thursday week, Richard W. CROKER, Lieutenant in his Majesty's 13th regiment, second son of Major CROKER of Quartertown House, Ireland, to Caroline Elizabeth, fourth daughter of John Newenham DEVONSHIRE of Kilshanic House, County Cork
LC18271201NPMCROKERHenryMajAt St Nicholas's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Robert O'CALLGHAN, Eyre Coote CROKER, Esq. son of Brigade Major CROKER, of Quartertown House, to Frances Laura, daughter of the late John WELSTEAD, of Ballywater, Esq.
ClonmAdv1832813NPDCROKERHenryMrIn consequence of a fall from his horse, Mr Henry CROKER, of Vigemont
FJ1849830NPDCROKERHenryMrsAugust 23, at Dromkeen, county Limerick, Mrs. CROKER, wife of Henry CROKER, Esq.
LT1836929NPACROKERHenry We the undersigned, conemplating with feelings of greates abhorrence the attempted assassination of the Rev Charles P COOTE of Doon Glebe, in the county Limerick ...[reward] .Henry CROKER Dromkeen £5 ...
LS18381023NPN/SCROKERHenry List of Cess payers, selected by the grand jury at the summer Assizes 1838 to be Associated with the magistrates at the road sessions ... Small County (1) Henry CROKER Dromkeen ... Clanwilliam .... (6) Henry CROKER ... (9) Thomas WILSON Cahirconlish ...
LS1839129NPSCROKERHenry Election of Gusrdians of the poor ... Electoral Division of Ballybricken John CROKER resigned ... Kilmurray ... Henry CROKER 11 [votes] ...
LS1840420NPNCROKERHenry Cess payers ..assist magistrates ... Costlea: 1 Chidley COOTE, Mount Coote ... Small County: 2 Henry CROKER, Dromkeen, 4 Edward CROKER Grange Hill ... Clanwilliam: 9 Henry CROKER, Dromkeen ... Liberties of Kilmallock: 1 Chidley COOTE Mount Coote
LS1841415+NPNCROKERHenry List contains names of cess payers selected by the Grand Jury at the Spring Assizes, 1841; to be associated with the Magistrates at the road sessions in their respective baronies ...
Small County
6 Henry CROKER, Dromkeen
...
LS1841415+NPNCROKERHenry List contains names of cess payers selected by the Grand Jury at the Spring Assizes, 1841; to be associated with the Magistrates at the road sessions in their respective baronies ...
Clanwilliam
3 Henry CROKER, Dromkeen
...
FJ18521230NPBCROKERHenry BraddellCaptDecember 23, at Daphne, Enniscorthy, the lady of Capt CROKER (late of the 57th Regiment) of a son
FJ18451227NPMCROKERHenry BraddellEsq LtOn the 12th inst in Exeter, Henry Braddell CROKER, Esq, Lt in the 57th Regt, fourth son of the late George CROKER Esq of Beaufield, co Wexford, to Mary Anne only daughter of the late Colonel John VICQ, of the Madras Army
FJ18491103NPMCROKERHenry DillonEsqOctober 31, in St Peter's church, John Dillon, eldest son of Henry Dillon CROKER Esq of Quartertown, county Cork, to Harriet, third daughter of William COCK Esq of Broadstairs, Kent
FJ1843218NPDCROKERHenry Walter On the 13th inst, at Croom, co Limerick, Henry Walter third son of the Rev Edward CROKER
LGA1817617NPSCROKERJRevCommitted by the Rev J CROKER to thesaid [county] gaol, David SHEARIN charged with having powder and fire arms in his possession, not being qualified to keep them.
LGA1817617NPSCROKERJRevCommitted by the Rev J CROKER, Wm DUANE charged with house breaking and riotously assembly in arms on the night of 12th inst
LS18381102NPNCROKERJ R game licences ... CROKER, J R Croom Glebe ... DREW, Francis, Drewsborough ...
LGA1807523NPN/SCROKERJ W [John Wilson] Down elections (third day) J W CROKER 63: E S KUTHREN 49
HC1770222NPMCROKERJamesMrThis morning in Shannon church Mr James CROKER Cooper to Miss CLEARY of the Back Shambles
HDM1770227-1NPMCROKERJamesMrAt Corke, Mr James CROKER cooper to Miss CLEARY
FJ1770224-27NPMCROKERJamesMrAt Cork Mr James CROKER cooper to miss CLEARY daughter of Mr John CLEARY vintner
FJ1848414NPMCROKERJames GuthrieRevOn the 6th inst, at Huntley Gloucestershire, the Rev James G CROKER, son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Ballinagard, county Limerick, to Emma, daughter of the late Admiral SLADE, of Uley
HDM1771917-19NPMCROKERJaneMissAt Corke ... Mr Barnabas KELLY mariner to Miss Jane CROKER of Spring Hill near Cove
LC1833324NPMCROKERJaneMissBenjamin WILSON of Templemore, co Tipperary, Esq to Miss Jane CROKER of Ballyoriel, co Wexford
LC1833824NPMCROKERJane In the Church of St Iberius, Wexford, Henry WILSON of Cork Esq to Jane daughter of the late Dr CROKER of Newtownbarry
LEP-CS1833827NPMCROKERJane In Wexford, Benjamin WILSON Esq to Jane third daughter of Doctor CROKER, of Beaufield, co Wexford
LEP-CS1833830NPMCROKERJane Benjamin WILSON of Templemore, co Tipperary, Eq to Miss Jane CROKER of Ballyoriel, co Wexford
FJ18451205NPMCROKERJannette On the 3d inst, at Fedamore church, by her uncle the Rev Robert CROKER, and afterwards by the Right Rev Dr RYAN, Catholic Bishop of Limerick, Francis M WALSH, Esq, eldest son of J WALSH, Esq of Lisbon and Cintra, to Jannette, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynaguard, county Limerick, and niece of Colonel [William] CROKER, of the 17th regiment
LGA1809905NPSCROKERJohnBAAt an ordination held at Killmore, on Sunday, 27th August, the following gentlemen were priested—Rev Hass HERBERT, Rev John SWEENY, and Rev William STEWART; John CROKER, B.A. John HARDY, B.A. and William BEATTY, B.A. were admitted into ... deacons
LC1793112NPMCROKERJohnCaptLast Thursday, by the Rev. Richard CROKER, at St. George’s Church, Captain John CROKER, to Miss Honora GRADY, second daughter of John GRADY, of Cahir, in the Couny of Limerick, Esq; a most accomplished young lady, with a large fortune.
FJ1793113NPMCROKERJohnCaptCaptain John CROKER, to Miss Honora GRADY second daughter of John GRADY of Cahir in the co Limerick
FJ1842318NPBCROKERJohnCaptOn the 16th inst, at Charleville, county Wicklow, the seat of her father the Earl of Rathdowne, Lady Georgina CROKER, wife of Capt CROKER, late of the 17th Lancers of a son.
Pue'sO17361127NPNCROKERJohnEsqSheriffs appointed by their excellencies the Lords Justices for the ensuing year ...
Limerick John CROKER Esq
...
MJ1750903NPDCROKERJohnEsqDublin August 31?: Same day [last Wednesday] died after a tedious illness, John CROKER, Esq; an eminent Attorney of the Court of Common Pleas; who, for knowledge in his profession, integrity in the practce of it, was highly esteem'd when living, and now justly lamented
GA London17511125NPDCROKERJohnEsqDublin, Nov, 16. ... Last Week died at his Seat in the County Limerick, John CROKER, Esq; a Gentlemea of exceeding good Character. He has left the Bulk of his real and personal Estate, which are very comfortable, to Edward CROKER of Rawleighstown, Esq
Pue'sO17531006NPSCROKERJohnEsqSame evening [Monday last] about half an hour after 7 o'clockas a servant belonging to John CROKER Esq; was returning to town, he was attacked near the Red Lion, beyond Kilmainham, by three footpads one of whom held a pistol to his breast, swearing that if he stirred he would blow his brains out, while the other two rifled his pockets of eleven Guineas abd a half, with which they made off across the fields. The sevant immediately alarmed the neighbourhood and having got a party of eight men they went in pursuit of them, but it being dark the Villians found means of concealing in the hedges
Pue'sO17541221NPNCROKERJohnEsqPue's Occurrences – 21 December 1754 ûTheir excellecnies the Lords Justices have been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen High Sheriffs for the ensuing year:
County Limerick: John CROKER Esq
Wexford: Richard BOYLE of Graige Esq
FJ1774719-21NPMCROKERJohnEsqA few days ago at St Anne's Church Corke, John CROKER of Cahigal [Cahergal in St Annes Shannon in Cork] Esq to Miss ANDREWS daughter of Mr John ANDREWS of Mallow lane Corke
CG HA1789815NPMCROKERJohnEsqLimerick Aug 13 ... On Tuesday last, John O'GRADY, of Cahir, Esq; to Miss CROKER, daughter to John CROKER, of Rawleighstown, Esq.
LFJ1789822NPMCROKERJohnEsqIn Limerick, John O'GREADY, of Cahier, esq to Miss CROKER daughter of John CROKER, of Rawlinstown, Esq;
FJ1796714NPMCROKERJohnEsqCapt MILLER of the Londonderry militia to Miss Catherine CROKER daughter of John CROKER Esq of Waterford
LC1803507NPDCROKERJohnEsqYesterday at her house on Arthur's Quay, Mrs. CROKER, aged 73 years, relict of John CROKER, late of Rawleighstown, in this co. Esq; a Lady whose universal charity and religious observance of every relative duty, renders her a very sensible loss to her friends and reputable family.
WHM18036 NPDCROKERJohnEsqAt Limerick Mrs CROKER aged 73 relict of John CROKER late of Raleighstown Esq
LGA1807505NPNCROKERJohnEsqCandidates for election – Limerick – J CROKER Esq Ballinaguard
LGA1807519NPACROKERJohnEsqWithdrawal from election to Parliament John CROKER Ballyneguard 16 May 1807
LGA1807519NPACROKERJohnEsqSteward for races
LGA1807707NPACROKERJohnEsq... Limerick Races postponed to Friday 7 August – Thomas FITZGIBBON & John CROKER Esqrs Stewards
FJ1807918NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn Monday morning, John CROKER Esq eldest son to Edward CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, co Limerick, to Miss BAGWELL, fourth daughter of John BAGWELL Esq of Marlfield
LGA1807922NPMCROKERJohnEsqJohn CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard in this county to the beautiful Miss BAGWELL fourth daughter of John BAGWELL Esq of Marlfield, county Tipperary
LGA1808401NPMCROKERJohnEsqThe Rev Richard BAGWELL AM dean of Clogher second son of Colonel John BAGWELL to Miss CROKER daughter of Edward CROKER of Ballyneguarde in this county
LGA1808927NPBCROKERJohnEsqAt Marfield the seat of John BAGWELL Esq the lady of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard in this county of a daughter
LC18091003NPSCROKERJohnEsqmade Burgess of Clonmel
LGA1810629NPSCROKERJohnEsqOn Sunday last the 24th, after Devine Service, at a meeting of a Council of the Corporation of Clonmel, John CROKER, Esq of Ballineguard, in this county was elected mayor of that town for the ensuing year, and the Rev Richard CAREY, and John HOWELL Esq Bailiffs
LGA18101211NPBCROKERJohnEsqAt Marfield, co Tipperary, the lady of J CROKER Esq of Ballynegard, in this co, of a daughter
LGA1812818NPBCROKERJohnEsqAt Bellevue, near Youghal, the lady of John CROKER of Ballyneguard in this county of a son and heir
LGA1812918NPBCROKERJohnEsqAt Bellevue, near Youghal, the lady of John CROKER, of Ballyneguard, in this county, Esq, of a son and heir
LGA1813312NPSCROKERJohnEsqThe Lord High Chancellor has been pleases to appoint John CROKER, Esq, of Ballyneguard, to be a Justice of the Peace and Quorum for the counties Limerick and Tipperary
LGA1813629NPSCROKERJohnEsqOn Thursday, John CROKER, Esq was elected mayor of Clonmel for the ensuing year—and John BAGWELL and John HOWELL Esqrs Bailiffs. At the same time the council nominated Mr Wm CLAYTOR, weighmaster of the of that town in the room of Geo MILES resigned
LGA1814506NPDCROKERJohnEsqAt Corabella, near Ardfinnan, on Friday niight last aged 74 years, John CROKER Esq formerly Surveyor General and father of Walter CROKER Esq and of John Wilson CROKER Esq Secretary of the Admiralty
FJ1814512NPDCROKERJohnEsqOn the 29th ult, at Corabella, near Adrfinan, co Tipperary, John CROKER esq formerly Surveyor general and Father of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP secretary of the Admiralty
LGA1814722NPSCROKERJohnEsqThursday (21/7) – Limerick Races Lemonfield Course - Mr CROKER's Br m Fair Ellen 1,2, dr : Yesterday a mare of John CROKER Esq of Ballinaguard in running the second heat won the first, fell and put her hip out of place - she died in great agony...
LGA1815321NPMCROKERJohnEsqAt 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 Admiralty
FJ1815324NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn 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 Admiralty
LGA1818602NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommitted
... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. to said [county] gaol, Thos HEALY and Eleanor HEALY, for burglary, felony ... By John CROKER, Esq. __ MURPHY, for breaking a door.
LGA1818630NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommittals — By John CROKER Esq Eliza PURCELL charged with stealing sheets & shifts
LGA1818731NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommittals
By Eyre EVANS, Esq. to the county goal, John MOYLAN, for robbery and pig stealing.—by Geo. FOSBERY, Esq. to said goal, Cornelius KEATING, Pig stealing—by John CROKER, Esq. to the said Gaol, Johannah GAVIN, for Felony, £23.
LGA1819702NPSCROKERJohnEsqOn Thursday last, John CROKER, Esq. of Ballyneguard, was elected mayor; and the Right Hon. William BAGWELL and William CHAYTOR, Esq. were elected bailiffs of Clonmel, for the ensuing year
LGA18191008NPSCROKERJohnEsqJohn CROKER, Esq. is sworn into the office of Mayor; the Right Hon. Col. Wm. BAGWELL, and William CLAYTOR, Esq. Bailiffs of the Corporation of Clonmel, for the ensuing year. Wm. CLAYTOR was at the same time sworn in to the office of Deputy Mayor
LGA1820725NPSCROKERJohnEsqLimerick Assizes — Jury
LGA1820822NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommitted this morning, by John CROKER, Esq. under an escort of the County Limerick horse and foot police, the following persons, viz:— Tomothy DANAHER, for riotous attack on a dwelling-house, and asault on one of the police; Edmond DWYER, and John MURPHY, for breaking the peace, making use of insulting and disloyal language attack on policemen, and rescuing prisoners from James and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Pat. WALSH, for robbery. By Thos. RYAN, Esq. Edm. CONDON for forcibly cutting down a meadow.
FJ18201127NPN/SCROKERJohnEsqHigh Sheriffs Dublin Castle 24 November 1820 ... Limerick ... John CROKER Ballinaguard ...
FJ1821202NPDCROKERJohnEsqOn the same day [24 ult] in Cork an an advanced age [~90?] Mrs CROKER relict of John CROKER of Air Hill
LC1824630NPSCROKERJohnEsqJohn CROKER, Esq. is elected Mayor of Clonmel, and Wiliam CHAYTOR, and James DOUGLAS, Esq. Bailiffs thereof.
LC1824814NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommitted 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.
FJ18271128NPSCROKERJohnEsqNames of gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assizes to serve the office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year ... Limerick John CROKER of Croom Castle Esq ... Galway Dudley PERSSE of Roxborough Esq ...
FJ1828318NPN/SCROKERJohnEsqLimerick County Grand Jury ... Chidley COOTE, Stephen Edward RICE, John CROKER ...
Cork Const1828417NPDCROKERJohnEsqOn Monday the 14th inst, at her house in Thomas Street, deeply regretted, Martha, only daughter of the late John CROKER of Glanaboy, in the co Waterford, Esq
LEP-CS1830511NPSCROKERJohnEsqCommitted to the County Limerick Gaol, by J. CROKER and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. Thomas, James and William MAHONY, charged with illegally stealing three cows at Croom, the property of Laurence CUSHEN.
LEP-CS18301123NPSCROKERJohnEsqHigh Sheriffs for the ensuing year
Names of gentlemen returned by the judges at the assizes to serve as high sheriffs fot the ensuing year
...
John CROKER, of Ballanaguard, Esq. ...
LEP-CS1831218NPSCROKERJohnEsqJohn CROKER, Esq., of Ballinagard, is sworn in High-Sheriff of County Limerick
FJ1831415NPDCROKERJohnEsqAt West Park, the seat of Eyre COOTE Esq MP, [her uncle û married her mother's sister Jane BAGWELL] Adeline daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, High Sheriff of the county Limerick
LC1832926et seqNPNCROKERJohnEsqList of Registry Applications received by the Clerk of the Peace for the Co of Limerick ...530 Croker, John, Esq, Ballyneguard, freeholder, lands at Ballyneguard, parish of Fedamore, barony Clanwilliam, £100
LC1833302NPN/SCROKERJohnEsqCounty Grand Jury ... John CROKER Ballyneguard ...
LC1833302NPN/SCROKERJohnEsqList of voters registered for the County of the City of Limerick ... CROKER John Esq Ballyneguard freeman registered 16 Oct 1832 CROKER Henry Esq Ballyneguard freeman 16 Oct 1832
LT1836314NPMCROKERJohnEsqAt Castlecomer, on the 8th inst, by the Rev Arthur MOLONY, John CROKER Esq of North Great George's street, Dublin, to Eliza Helen sister of Walter MOLONY Esq Chief magistrate of Police
FJ1836315NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn the 8th inst, at Castlecomer, John CROKER of North Great George's street in this city Esq to Eliza Helen, sister of Walter MOLONY Esq Chief magistrate of police
LS1840910NPMCROKERJohnEsqAt St Anne's church Dublin, by the Rev Archdeacon RUSSELL, John CROKER Esq son of the late Rev — CROKER of this county, to Henrietta Grace youngest daughter of the late William MARKHAM Esq of Abbey and Glenbanin, in the co Tipperary
LS1841222NPN/SCROKERJohnEsqCounty Grand Jury ... John CROKER, Ballynegard; H O'GRADY, Dromkeen; ...
FJ1841311NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 8th inst, in North Great George's street the lady of John CROKER Esq of a son [Edward John son of John CROKER baptized at St George's Hardwicke Place Dublin on 23 April 1841]
FJ1841519NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn the 17th inst, in Powerscourt church, Capt CROKER of the 17th Lancers, only son of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, co Limerick, to Lady Georgina Ellen MONCK fifth daughter of the Earl of Rathdown
LS1841520NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn Monday last in Powerscourt church by the Rev Arthur WYNNE, Capt Edward CROKER of the 17th Lancers only son of John CROKER of Ballynaguarde in this co, to Lady Georgine Ellen MONCK fifthth daughter of the Earl of Rathdowne
FJ1842128NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 21st inst, at Rathdrum, co Wicklow, the lady of John CROKER Esq of the constabulary, of a son and hier
FJ1842503NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 29th ult, in North Great George's street the lady of John CROKER Esq of a son
FJ18431213NPDCROKERJohnEsqDecember 8, Elizabeth daughter of the late John CROKER, Esq, No 6 South Anne Street
FJ18431213NPDCROKERJohnEsqDecember 8th, Elizabeth, daughter of the late John CROKER Esq of No 6 South Anne street
FJ1845522NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 17th inst, at Avon View, co Wicklow, the lady of John CROKER Esq sub-inspector of Constabulary, of a daughter
FJ18451205NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn the 3d inst, at Fedamore church, by her uncle the Rev Robert CROKER, and afterwards by the Right Rev Dr RYAN, Catholic Bishop of Limerick, Francis M WALSH, Esq, eldest son of J WALSH, Esq of Lisbon and Cintra, to Jannette, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynaguard, county Limerick, and niece of Colonel [William] CROKER, of the 17th regiment
FJ1846328NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 22d of March, the lady of John CROKER Esq of North Great George's street, of a son
FJ1846331NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 26th of March, at Charleville, the seat of her father, the Earl of Rathdowne, Lady Georgina CROKER, of Ballyneguard, co Limerick, of a son
FJ18461012NPSCROKERJohnEsqJohn CROKER Esq was chairman of a prepatory meeting of the magistrates and cess payers of the Barony of Clanwilliam, at the county court house, on Thursday, to make arrangements for holding the extraordinary presentment sessions, under 10th Victoria, at Ballyneety on Monday. It was stated that the labouring population of the barony in want of employment is 30,000, and it was agreed to expend 1,000l per week in public works, so as to afford labour for two months. Limerick Chronicle
FJ18461113NPBCROKERJohnEsqAt Rathdrum, co Wicklow, the lady of John CROKER Esq sub-inspector of constabulary, of a daughter
FJ18481019NPBCROKERJohnEsqOn the 8th inst, at Avon View, co Wicklow, the lady of John CROKER Esq sub-inspector of constabulary, of a daughter
FJ18481220NPMCROKERJohnEsqOn the 14th instant, in Kilpeacon Church, Frederick PARTRIDGE, Esq. Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of John PARTRIDGE, Esq. of Bishopswood, Herefordshire, to Henry Ellen daughter of J CROKER, Esq. of Ballyneguarde Esq
FJ18491213NPMCROKERJohnEsqDecember 4, John CROKER, Esq. Son of the late George CROKER, Esq. of Beaufield, county Wexford, to Jane, youngest daughter of Philip THOREAU, Esq. of Mon Sejour, Wexford
FJ1850829NPBCROKERJohnEsqAugust 23, at Rathdrum, co Wicklow, the lady oif J CROKER Esq sub-inspector of constabulary, of a son
FJ18561224NPDCROKERJohnEsqDecember 17, Mrs CROKER, wife of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, county Limerick, and sister to the late Colonel BAGWELL, of Marlfield, county Tipperary
FJ1857318NPBCROKERJohnEsqMarch 10, in Paris the lady of Francis WALSH Esq (daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynagarde, in the co Limerick) of a son
FJ1858305NPDCROKERJohnEsqMarch 3, at his seat Ballynegarde, county Limerick, after a protracted illness, aged 75 years, John CROKER Esq
FJ1828517NPDCROKERJohnEsq LtAt Madras, John CROKER, Esq, Senior Lt of the 48th Regt, eldest son of the late William CROKER, Esq, of this city
LC1825416NPSCROKERJohnGeneralGeneral CROKER hs arrived in Cheltenham
FJ17981130NPSCROKERJohnLt ColWar Office Dublin Castle Nov 24, 1798 His E the Lord Lt has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned gent'n to be Majors of Brigade to the Yeomanry forces in several counties as herein after stated from 1st inst inclusive - Kerry Lt Col John CROKER
LC18331023NPDCROKERJohnLt GenOn the 13th instant, in Baggot street, Dublin, Lt Gen [John] CROKER, he survived his wife but two months and four days – he for many years commanded the 15th Regt and was brother of the late Edward CROKER, Esq of Ballynegard, in this county.
LEP-CS18331025NPDCROKERJohnLt GenIn Baggot Street Dublin, on Sunday last, Lt Gen CROKER, who for many years commanded the 15th Regt and was brother to the late Edward CROKER Esq of Ballynegard, co Limerick
LC1796423NPSCROKERJohnLtColHis Majesty has been pleased to appoint Major John CROKER, from the 48th Foot to be Lieut Colonel of Infantry
FJ1795326NPSCROKERJohnMajMajor John CROKER of Limerick has received a beating order for raising a corps of which he is to be a Lieutenant Colonel Commandant
FJ1815302NPMCROKERJohnMaj GenOn the 23rd ult, at Clonakilty church, George SANDES Esq of Kileavan in the Queen's county, to Mary only daughter of Maj gen John CROKER commanding in St Vincents
LGA1815307NPMCROKERJohnMaj GenIn Clonakilty church, by the Rev John CROKER of Croom on Thursday se'nnight George SANDES Esq of Kileavan Queens Co to Mary only child of Maj Gen John CROKER commanding ay St Vincents an amiable yound lady with a large fortune ... her aunt Mrs GRADY
LGA1812417NPSCROKERJohnMaj-GenTuesday last, Maj-Gen CROKER left his brother's seat Ballyneguard, in this county, for Cork, thence to embark for his command in the West Indies
LGA1813108NPNCROKERJohnmajistrateReport on a meeting of Protestants of Limerick nearly 200 attended - supporters of the resolution ... Edward CROKER Majistrate .. John CROKER majistrate .. George CROKER.. Richard CROKER majistrate .. Edward CROKER .. Edward CROKER Grangehill .. John LEE
FJ18431102NPNCROKERJohnmerchantList of Special Jurors for county Dublin (full list) 77 John CROKER of Newcastle[-Lyons] merchant
FJ1844104NPNCROKERJohnmerchantThe special jury panel for 1844 as delivered by David Charles LATOUCHE, Esq, AB High Sheriff of Dublin this evening ... 112 CROKER John,   36 North Great George's street, w merchant
Pue'sO17381219-23+NPACROKERJohnMrAdvertisement for lands in Kilkenny
BNL1750904NPDCROKERJohnMrDublin, September 1 — Same Morning [Tuesday last 28 Aug] died in his house in Loughboy, Mr John CROKER, an eminent Attorney of the Court of common Please, who was greatly esteemed when Living and now justly lamented by all who knew him
HDM1771305-07NPDCROKERJohnMrMr John CROKER son of the late Mr Abraham CROKER
BNL1796328-01NPSCROKERJohnMrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKER
LGA1820411NPDCROKERJohnMrMr. John CROKER, of Ballyneguard; an honest man.
FJ1829717NPDCROKERJohnMrOn the 8th inst, in Phibsborough, after a long and tedious illness in the 76th year of his age Mr John CROKER sincerely and deservedly lamented. May he rest in peace
FJ1856124NPMCROKERJohnMrJanuary 10, at the Church of St Andrew Westland Row, by the Rev W MULHALL, Mr John CROKER, of London, to Christina, youngest daughter of Mr P BRADY of this city
FJ1847505NPBCROKERJohnMrsOn the 17th inst, in Lisbon, Mrs Francis WALSH, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, co Limerick, of a daughter
HDM17711214-17NPDCROKERJohnRevNear Bantry, the rev. John Croker [appears to be a transcription error for CORKER]
LGA1810202NPMCROKERJohnRevWed morning last by the Rev John CROKER at Croom church the Rev James William GRAVES eldest son of the Rev John GRAVES of Fort William in this co and neph the Rev Richard GRAVES DD SF TCD to Mary 2nd daut of the Rev Edw CROKER of Croom Castle
LGA1810501NPMCROKERJohnRevOn Tuesday last by the Rev James William GRAVES at Ballingary church, the Rev John CROKER of Croom Castle to Marbella Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev John GRAVES
FJ1810511NPMCROKERJohnRevAt Ballingarry church, the Rev John CROKER, of Croom Castle to Marbella Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev John GRAVES of Fort William, co Limerick
LGA1811125NPBCROKERJohnRevAt his father's seat, Croom Castle, in this county on Sunday last, tthe lady of the Rev John CROKER, of a daughter
LGA1811730NPSCROKERJohnRevOn Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A B
LGA1812204NPBCROKERJohnRevOn Sunday [2/2], at his seat Newboro' the lady of the Rev John CROKER of a son
LGA1812717NPMCROKERJohnRevThis morning by the Rev John CROKER, at Adare church, Cornwall SMALLY of Henly Southampton Esq to Miss WALACE daighter of the late Robert WALLACE of this city Esq
LGA1813611NPBCROKERJohnRevOn Monday last, at Newborough, in this county, the lady of the Rev John CROKER of a son
LGA1815307NPMCROKERJohnRevIn Clonakilty church, by the Rev John CROKER of Croom on Thursday se'nnight George SANDES Esq of Kileavan Queens Co to Mary only child of Maj Gen John CROKER commanding ay St Vincents an amiable yound lady with a large fortune ... her aunt Mrs GRADY
LGA18151024NPSCROKERJohnRevInformation having been sworn before the Rev John GRAVES, against John RIORDAN, Edmond RIORDAN, Cornelius RIORDAN, John SULLIVAN and John LONG, for having burglarously broken into the house of Michael CURTIN, and severley flogged him. He accompanied by the Rev John CROKER, with an officer and party of the 74th, Regt. proceeded to their habitation, near Kilmiddy, in a remote part of the Co. where he succeeded in apprehending the entire [party], and lodged them in gaol to abide their trials, for their alledged charges.
LGA18151208NPSCROKERJohnRevThe Lord High Chancellor has been pleased to appoint the Rev John CROKER, of the Glebe, Croom, a Justice of the Peace and Quorum for the county Limerick
LGA1816816NPACROKERJohnRevThe Vicarial Tythes of Adare: Will be let for such term as may be agreed on. Application to Rev Richard CROKER Croom Castle or Rev John CROKER, Glebe House Croom. August 6, 1816
LGA1817502NPSCROKERJohnRevThe Rev John CROKER, after a minute search for arms, in the neighbourhood of Ballinleena, last week, succeeded in getting and securing several guns and pistols; also a quantity of cut lead, powder and ball, and a variety of papers of a dangerous tendancey, which have been sent to the General commanding in this city. It is regretted the principals have for the present, escaped justice.
LGA1817502NPSCROKERJohnRevCommitted — by the Rev John CROKER, to the county jail Danuel and Michael COSTELLOE charged with felony
LGA18181218NPBCROKERJohnRevAt Croom Castle, the lady of the Rev John CROKER of a son
FJ18181222NPBCROKERJohnRevAt Croom Castle, co Limerick, the lady of the Rev John CROKER of a son
LGA1819309NPMCROKERJohnRevAt Askeaton church, by the Rev John CROKER, Richard Smyth CONDON Esq of Kilsconnell House in this county, to Mary second daughter of Maj L SANDES of Kilcarson, Queens Co
FJ1820523NPBCROKERJohnRevAt Croom Glebe, the lady of the Rev John CROKER of a son
LC1823830NPSCROKERJohnRevThe Vicars Choral of St. Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick, on Wednesday, presented the Rev. John CROKER, of Croom Glebe, in this County, the United Vicarages of Clounalty and Cloarca, in this Diocese, vacant by the death of the Rev. __ OSBORNE.
LC18231126NPSCROKERJohnRevThe very Rev. the Dean of Limerick has been pleased to appoint the Rev. John CROKER, of Croom Glebe, A. B. a Vicar's Choral, or Minor Canon to St. Mary's Cathedal, Limerick, vacant by the death of the Rev. Richard CROKER.
LC1824414NPSCROKERJohnRevOn the night of Sunday, a notice of a most inflamatory description was posted on a house in the Barony of Pubble Brien, in this County, belonging to the Rev. John CROKER. The Magistrates have requested the Chief Magistrate to offer a reward for those concerned in doing so.
LEP-CS18281111NPSCROKERJohnRevMr. Richard CROKER, son of the Rev. J. CROKER, of Fort William, County Limerick, got the first Hebrew premuims, at the late examinations, in Trinity College Dublin.
LC1832104NPMCROKERJohnRevAt Ballingary church, yesterday, by the Rev John CROKER, Thomas Harrison BAKER Esq MD to Catherine Anne, daughter of the late Rev John GRAVES of Fortwilliam, in this co
LEP-CS1832106NPMCROKERJohnRevOn Thursday last at Ballingary church by the Rev Thomas WESTROPP vicar of Bruree, Hugh BAKER Esq to Isabella, daughter of the Rev John GRAVES of Fort William
LC1834101NPNCROKERJohnRevApplications for relief under act of parliament relating to tythes ... Rev John CROKER, Vicar of Clanelly and Cloncab diecese of Limerick, co Limerick, Knockaderry
LC1835325NPNCROKERJohnRevRegistry of voters in Limerick City — ... 113 CROKER, Rev John, Fort Elizabeth, co Limerick, £20 eccleastical freehold as Vicar Choral of St Mary's Cathedral Limerick. 114 CROKER, Rev John, do Freeman ...
LC18351017NPNCROKERJohnRevGame Licences ... Rev John CROKER Fort Elizabeth ...
LT18361024NPDCROKERJohnRevAt his Thornbury, Queen's county, capt Richard CROKER of the Royal navy a magistrate of that county, and son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Smythfield, in this county
LS18391217NPDCROKERJohnRevYesterday morning, at his residence, Fort Elizabeth, near Croom, the Rev John CROKER, one of the minor canons of the Cathedral, and Vicar of Clonelly and Clouneagh. He is deeply and deservedly regretted by his disconsolate family ...
LS1840910NPMCROKERJohnRevAt St Anne's church Dublin, by the Rev Archdeacon RUSSELL, John CROKER Esq son of the late Rev — CROKER of this county, to Henrietta Grace youngest daughter of the late William MARKHAM Esq of Abbey and Glenbanin, in the co Tipperary
LS18401005NPMCROKERJohnRevAt Drumkeen church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Henry CROKER, Esq of Drumkeen House, to Ellen, daughter of Darby O'GRADY of Linfield, in this co, Esq
FJ1846921NPMCROKERJohnRevOn the 16th inst, at Monkstoiwn church, Robert LUCAS Esq of Castle O?t, co Westmeath, to Marbella Catherine daughter of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort Elizabeth, co Limerick
FJ1848414NPMCROKERJohnRevOn the 6th inst, at Huntley Gloucestershire, the Rev James G CROKER, son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Ballinagard, county Limerick, to Emma, daughter of the late Admiral SLADE, of Uley
FJ1851515NPMCROKERJohnRevMay 6, at Jersey, Arthur Augustus, son of Joseph LONGMORE, Esq, of Myrtle House, Gloucestershire, to Elizabeth Jane, daughter of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort Elizabeth, county Limerick
FJ18551221NPMCROKERJohnRevDecember 18, at Monkstown, William Ryves CROKER Esq, son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort William, to Letitia Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev E HARTIGAN, rector of Castletown, county Tipperary
FJ1768726-30NPNCROKERJohn Members of Parliament Elected – Feathard Co Tipperary ... John CROKER
FJ17921224NPNCROKERJohn Meeting in Limerick - loyal address
LGA1805211NPACROKERJohn .. reward for information on break in at the house of Standish GRADY ... subscriptions... E CROKER ; Grange Hill £5: .. Edward CROKER £100: John CROKER £5
LGA1805401NPN/SCROKERJohn County Grand Jury – ... Edm CROKER Esq foreman ... John CROKER
FJ18051130NPNCROKERJohn Subscription for monument for Lord NELSON - John CROKER £5-13-9
LGA1806318NPN/SCROKERJohn Limerick County Grand Jury ... John CROKER ...
LGA1806805NPN/SCROKERJohn County grand jury – John CROKER Ballyneguard; William RYVES of Ryves Castle
LGA1810814NPN/SCROKERJohn County Grand Jury – ... John CROKER ...
LGA1814401NPACROKERJohn Mass resignation Costlea Cavalry
LGA1817701NPACROKERJohn Letter in support of john VERECKER Esq mayor of Limerick ... Edward CROKER, Wm RYVES ... John CROKER ... John CROKER
LGA1817729NPSCROKERJohn Limerick County Grand Jury ... John CROKER Ballyneguard ... Wm RYVES
LGA1817916NPSCROKERJohn To said [county] goal by John CROKER Mary HARTIGAN for having in her possession a quantity of stolen onions
LGA1820314NPSCROKERJohn County Grand Jury ... John CROKER, Croom Castle ...
FJ1820725NPN/SCROKERJohn Limerick Assizes .. county grand jury ... John CROKER ... W RYVES ...
FJ1829314NPN/SCROKERJohn Limerick County Grand Jury ... John CROKER Croom Castle ...
LEP-CS1831610NPN/SCROKERJohn Letter from John CROKER High Sheriff of the County Limerick, covering letter from F G STANLEY [encouragement for magistrates]
LC1832208NPN/SCROKERJohn List on Magistrates appointed .. Limerick ... John CROKER, Rev Edw CROKER ... Rev C COOTE ... Clare ... Ringrose DREW ...
LC1832929NPMCROKERJohn At Enniskillen, John CROKER of Upper Dominick Street to Jane MCALLISTER widow of Simon MCALLISTER of Newry Esq
LH18321001NPMCROKERJohn At Enniskillen, John CROKER, of Upper Dominick st, Dublin, to Jane M'ALLISTER, widow of Simon M'ALLISTER, of Newry, Esq
LT1836929NPACROKERJohn We the undersigned, conemplating with feelings of greates abhorrence the attempted assassination of the Rev Charles P COOTE of Doon Glebe, in the county Limerick ...[reward] .John CROKER Ballyneguard £10 ...
LS1838330NPSCROKERJohn Ballyneety Petit Sessions yesterday ... Magistrates presiding were John CROKER, Thos O'GRADY, John BLENNERHASSETT and Michael FURNELL ...
LS1839129NPSCROKERJohn Election of Gusrdians of the poor ... Electoral Division of Ballybricken John CROKER resigned ... Kilmurray ... Henry CROKER 11 [votes] ...
LGA1812313NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqSunday last (8/3) at her fathe's house at Union Island Cork, the lady of John Dillon CROKER Esq of a daughter
LGA18131001NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqSaturday last, at her father's house on Union Island, Cork, the lady of John Dillon CROKER Esq of a daughter
FJ18131004NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn the 25th of September, at Union Island, Cork, the lady of John Dillon CROKER Esq of a daughter
LGA18161231NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn Thursday at Union Island, near Cork, the lady of J Dillon CROKER Esq of a son
FJ1817101NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn the same day [Thursday last 26/12], at Union Island, near Cork, the lady of J Dillon CROKER Esq of a son
LC1824218NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn Monday night or early Tuesday morning, an attempt was made to burn a range of houses belonging to John Dillon CROKER, Esq. of Quartertown near Mallow; they were set fire to in five or six places, and were it not that fortunately an inhabitant of one of the was up, the whole would, in all probability, have been consumed. No doubt can exist that there was a malicious intention to burn these houses, for under the thatch of several of them tow was found, obviously placed there for the purposze of destruction.
LC1824306NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn Wednesday night at an early hour of 10 o'clock, a number of dwelling houses, the property of J, Dillon CROKER Esq. were set on fire and totally consumed, on the ands of Upper Quartertown, near Mallow.
LC1825209NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqThe Mills of Quartertown, the property of John Dillon CROKER, Esq. within a shortdistance of Mallow, were at an early hour on Sunday morning burned to the ground. It will be recollected that about two years ago, on thhe same day, and at the same hour, they were burned by some atrocious incendiaries: and we have our apprehensions that when an investigation which is called for will take place before the Magistrates, it will appear to have its origin in smilar motives.
LC1825212NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqThe Mills of Mr. CROKER, near Mallow, which were burned on Sunday, it appears were caused by a snuff of candle falling on the inflamable dust in the shelling room. The concerns, we are glat to find fr the respectable proprietor, were insured for £2000.
LC1826617NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqMallow Election commenced on Thursday with unexpected bustle, and the Sessions-House was crowded.— C. D. O. Jephson, Esq was proposed by John D. Croker, Esq. and seconded by Noble Seward, Esq. Lord Glentworth was put in nomination in a person named Bucke, and another 40s. freeholder, amidst the most discordant hisses from the friends of Mr. Jephson, who were by far the more numerous. Mr. Jephson stated his claims to the electors, and avowed himself an advocate of liberal principles. Mr. M. Barrington attempted to address the people on the put of Lord Glentworth, but was interrupted and prevented speaking. Counselor Franks considered it extraordinary that the paid agent of Lord Glentworth should presume to address the populace in the character of his Lordship's representative, especially as he was not a freeholder. Mr. Barrington made an effort to reply; he was hard to say he was equal to the last Gentleman in property, family, and connexion, but desisted from the uproar that prevailed. The polling commenced shortly after, and Lord Glentworth had a majority of three at the conclusion. In the evening, Mr. Spring Race and his brother-in-law, Sir Aubrey Hunt. Bart. arrived in Mallow, to assist the election of Lord Wentworth.
   At the conclusion of the poll on Thursday, the numbers were, for Mr. Jephson, 25 ; Lord Glentworth, 18—majority, 7. Yesterday, Lord Glentworth's fiends gave up the contest, and Mr. Jephson retired with a majority of two votes over his opponent. Mr Jephson was then declared duly elected.
LEP-CS1830824NPBCROKERJohn DillonEsqAt Union Island, Cork the lady of J Dillon CROKER Esq of a daughter
ClonmAdv1832623NPSCROKERJohn DillonEsqJohn D CROKER Esq has remitted £75 from Liverpool, a colection made there for the poor of St Nicholas parish, Cork
FJ1841826NPDCROKERJohn DillonEsqOn the 17th inst, at Cove, William Roberts CROKER Esq Fellow of Caius College Cambridge and second son of John D CROKER Esq of Quartertown House
LS1841826NPDCROKERJohn DillonEsqAt Cove William Roberts CROKER Esq Fellow of Caius College Cambridge, second son of John Dillon CROKER of Quartertown House, Esq
FJ18491103NPMCROKERJohn DillonEsqOctober 31, in St Peter's church, John Dilon, eldest son of Henry Dillon CROKER Esq of Quartertown, county Cork, to Harriet, third daughter of William COCK Esq of Broadstairs, Kent
FJ1858618NPDCROKERJohn DillonEsqJune 14, at Lavenham Rectory, Suffolk, John D CROKER Esq father of the rector, aged 70
FJ18231212NPDCROKERJohn DrewEsqAt Tallow, co Waterford, John Drew CROKER Esq
FJ17921224NPNCROKERJohn jun Meeting in Limerick - loyal address
FJ1837320NPSCROKERJohn LEnsL C CONRAN, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice TUTHILL, appointed to the 2d Dragoon Guards; Cadet J L CROKER from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice CONRAN, appointed to the 56th Foot.
FJ1850806NPMCROKERJohn ReesLtAugust 1, Lt J R CROKER of the 86th regt to Susan Eleanor eldest daughter of the late Rev Edward CURTEIS of Rettendon, Essex
LGA1806527NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt Waterford John Wilson CROKER Esq to Miss PENNELL daughter of William PENNELL Esq
LGA18121103NPSCROKERJohn WilsonEsqLast Friday, John Wilson CROKER Esq was elected to represent Athlone in the ensuing Parliament
LGA1814506NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt Corabella, near Ardfinnan, on Friday niight last aged 74 years, John CROKER Esq formerly Surveyor General and father of Walter CROKER Esq and of John Wilson CROKER Esq Secretary of the Admiralty
FJ1817204NPBCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt the Admiralty, London, the Lady of John Wilson CROKER, of a daughter
LGA1817207NPBCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt the Admiralty of a son the lady of John Wilson CROKER Esq
FJ1817819NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsqOn Friday last [15 Aug], of an apopletic fit, Walter CROKER Esq Barrack-Master of Clonmel and brother of John Wilson CROKER Esq Secretary of The Admiralty
LGA1820523NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt the Admiralty, Spencer, only son of Mr Secretary CROKER
LGA1820714NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsqAt Blackrock, Cork, Mrs CROKER, relict of the late Walter CROKER Esq of Clonmel and sister-in-law of John Wilson CROKER esq of the Admiralty
FJ1821823NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsqOn 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 Ross
LC1821825NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsqJames 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 Rosse
FJ1857320NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsqIn St Ann's Church, John CROKER Esq son of Capt CROKER, resident magistrate, to Rebecca, daughter of the late Sir Richard FRANKLIN, of Limerick
FJ1814512NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsq MPOn the 29th ult, at Corabella, near Adrfinan, co Tipperary, John CROKER esq formerly Surveyor general and Father of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP secretary of the Admiralty
LGA1815321NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsq MPAt 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 Admiralty
FJ1815324NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsq MPOn 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 Admiralty
FJ18161122NPMCROKERJohn WilsonEsq MPAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER jun, Esq of Cork, to Jacqueline, second daughter of William FENNELL [recte PENNELL] Esq resident British Consul at that place and sister-in-law of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
FJ1828315NPDCROKERJohn WilsonEsq MPAt 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 MP
LGA18121016NPSCROKERJohn WilsonMrDownpatrick election interference
LGA18121027NPSCROKERJohn WilsonMrThe contest for the borough of Downpatrick was decided in favour of Mr. HAWTHORE, on Monday last— at the final close of the poll he had a majority of 36 over Mr. CROKER. The contest was extremely warm— Major SWAN has been taken into custody, charged with abusing electors; he was, however, immediately bailed for the offence.
LGA1813402NPSCROKERJohn WilsonMrThe freedom of the city of Cork was conferred of Lt-Col E MOCKLER, of the 102d Foot, and Mr CROKER, Secretary to the Admiralty

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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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