King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 15

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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WMT J18251020NPMCLARKEMary AnneMissOn Monday, Mr. Andrew Jennings, of Newry to Miss Mary Anne Clarke. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMCLARKERichardEsqOn the 18th inst. at St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Latouche, Richard Clarke, Esq. to Dorinda, daughter of the late Thomas Byrne, of Rathdaniel in the County of Carlow, Esq. SdeM
LS1839802NPMCLARKEWilliamEsqIn St Peter's church, Dublin, the Rev Samuel A WALKER, Rector of Gallo and Drumlardin [Gallow and Drumlargan] to Anne Sophia, third daughter of William CLARKE Esq of Leinster Terrace, Rathmines and Peebleston, Clonsilla [in 1847 S A WALKER was living at Summerhill in the next parish]NickR
WMT J18331212NPDCLARKEWilliam December [9], at Richmond-hill, Rathmines road, at the house of his eldest son, William Clarke, Esq., Collector of Athlone, fifty-three years an officer of his Majesty's Excise Revenue. His death was occasioned by the severe duties of his collectorship, extending as it did over the counties of Roscommon, Westmeath, Leitrim, Mayo, and part of Galway. Few men were more generally known - none more beloved and respected. To manners kind and conciliating, he added an inflexible integrity in the discharge of his official duties, which commanded the respect even of those whose infractions of the laws it was his business to correct. He has left a large family. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPMCLARKEWilliam HenrySir BartSir William Henry Clarke, Bart., to Elizabeth Barbara, only child of John Moore Trevers, of Clifton, Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMCLARKEZachary At the Friends' Meeting-house, Lynn, county Norfolk, Joshua Doyle, late of Cork, to Elizabeth Clarke, of Downham, eldest daughter of the late Zachary Clarke.SdeM
WMT J1825526NPMCLARKE DrOn the 13th inst. in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Wm. Maconchy, Vicar of Portmarnock, Robert Collins, Esq., M.D. to Miss Clarke, daughter of Doctor Clarke, of Rutland-square. SdeM
WMT J1825526NPMCLARKE MissOn the 13th inst. in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Wm. Maconchy, Vicar of Portmarnock, Robert Collins, Esq., M.D. to Miss Clarke, daughter of Doctor Clarke, of Rutland-square. SdeM
WMT J1826330NPMCLARKE MrsOn the 28th inst. in this town, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintance, Mrs. Margaret Keena, daughter of Mrs. Clarke, York Hotel. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMCLAYFIELDE IEsqIn London, E.I. Clayfield, Esq. of the 40th Regiment, to Miss Cox, grand-daughter of the late General Cox.SdeM
FJ1766107-11NPDCLAYTON[Robert]DrA few days ago, at Stephens Green, Mrs CLAYTON, relict of Dr CLAYTON late Bishop of ClogherNickR
WMT J1834417NPBCLAYTONAugustus PhilipRevAt Woolley-Hall, Berkshire, the lady of the Rev. Augustus Philip Clayton, of a son. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMCLAYTONElizabeth Jane On the 13th instant, at Bathwick Church, Lieutenant-Colonel T. Reed, of the 62d Regiment, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter - and the Rev. James Bliss, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to Emily Mary, third daughter of John Clayton. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMCLAYTONEmily Mary On the 13th instant, at Bathwick Church, Lieutenant-Colonel T. Reed, of the 62d Regiment, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter - and the Rev. James Bliss, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to Emily Mary, third daughter of John Clayton. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMCLAYTONJohn On the 13th instant, at Bathwick Church, Lieutenant-Colonel T. Reed, of the 62d Regiment, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter - and the Rev. James Bliss, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to Emily Mary, third daughter of John Clayton. SdeM
Pue'sO17381219-23+NPACLAYTONRobertLord Bishop of Cork and RossAdvertisement for lands in KilkennyNickR
FJ1766107-11NPDCLAYTON MrsA few days ago, at Stephens Green, Mrs CLAYTON, relict of Dr CLAYTON late Bishop of ClogherNickR
LGA18191008NPSCLAYTORWilliamEsqJohn 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 MayorNickR
LGA1813629NPSCLAYTORWilliamMrOn 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 resignedNickR
WMT G1835212NPBCLEALANDJames RoseEsqOn Friday last, the lady of James Rose Clealand, Esq., of Rathgael-House, Bangor, County of Down, of a son. SdeM
LEP-CS1833226NPMCLEARYBridget On Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. James WALSH, P. P. of Ballinvane, Bridget, daughter of John CLEARY, Esq., to Laurence ROCHE, jun. Esq., eldest son of Laurence ROCHE, Esq. of Trenloin, near Kilmallock. [see memorial inscription at Ardkilmartin]NickR
LEP-CS1833226NPMCLEARYBridget On Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. James WALSH, P. P. of Ballinvane, Bridget, daughter of John CLEARY, Esq., to Laurence ROCHE, jun. Esq., eldest son of Laurence ROCHE, Esq. of Trenloin, near Kilmallock. [see memorial inscription at Ardkilmartin]NickR
WMT J18271213NPMCLEARYEleanor At Golden Cottage, Clonmel, P. Quinlan, Esq. of Garrane, to Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cleary. SdeM
WMT J18271213NPMCLEARYHenryMrAt Golden Cottage, Clonmel, P. Quinlan, Esq. of Garrane, to Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cleary. SdeM
LC1825907NPSCLEARYJamesMrA very melancholy occurrence took place this week, which has occasioned real concern to the numerous friends of Mr. James CLEARY, a respectable and wealthy resident of Kilmallock. This Gentleman was discovered yesterday morning, lying dead on the bridge of Kilfinnan, whit his brains dashed out and other marks of violence on his person. It was first apprehended that he fell victim to the ill-fated spirit of disturbance again evidencing itself in the County, but on a minute investigation of all the circumstances and with the aid of medical advice, it was ascertained that he was by some accident thrown from a vicious mule he was riding, and kicked repeatedly by the animal until deprived of life.NickR
LEP-CS1833226NPMCLEARYJohnEsqOn Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. James WALSH, P. P. of Ballinvane, Bridget, daughter of John CLEARY, Esq., to Laurence ROCHE, jun. Esq., eldest son of Laurence ROCHE, Esq. of Trenloin, near Kilmallock. [see memorial inscription at Ardkilmartin]NickR
FJ1770224-27NPMCLEARYJohnMrAt Cork Mr James CROKER cooper to miss CLEARY daughter of Mr John CLEARY vintnerNickR
LC1824904NPACLEARYJohn Reward
Stolen on the Night of Thusday last, the 2d Instant, from off the lands of Gibbingstown, near Kilmallock, in this County, a very bon bright Bay three year old Horse Colt, about fifteen hands and a half high, light and fashionable, the property of John CLEARY of Gibbingstown aforesaid, who will pay a Reward of Five Guineas to any Person or Persons who may apprehend the Horse and Thief, and presecute him to conviction. Said Colt has a sore tail, in consequence of a cut he got for the purpose of bleeding him.
Dated at Gibbingstown this 4th Sept. 1824.
NickR
LC1826128NPSCLEARYJohn John CLEARY is next brother to the man who was killed a short time ago by falling from his horse nea the bridge of Kilfinan, and succeeded to his property which is about 400l. a year.—He was arrested on Thursday evening in a place called Garryspellane in this county, by an active and confidential agent of Thomas P. VOLES, Esq. after a fatiguing excursion—His father-in-law, whose name is KEAYS, charged as a principal in the same crime, has likewise been arrested in Dublin, by the exertions of Mr. VOKES—Several persons it appeared claimed an interest in the above mentioned property, for which CLEARY was disputing, and in an affray arrising out of it, the murder was committed, while another man named MADDEN, was so desparately beaten on the same occasion, that he presents a miserable and revolting example of the most savage and barbarous cruelty.NickR
LEP-CS18301015NPSCLEARYPatrickMrWe regret to learn that Mr. Patrick CLEARY, who was thrown from his horse, near Bruff, a few days since, has since died from the injury he sustainedNickR
HC1770222NPMCLEARY MissThis morning in Shannon church Mr James CROKER Cooper to Miss CLEARY of the Back ShamblesNickR
FJ1770224-27NPMCLEARY MissAt Cork Mr James CROKER cooper to miss CLEARY daughter of Mr John CLEARY vintnerNickR
LGA1820229NPMCLEARY MissIn Bruff, P. MOLONY, of Tullabrackey, to Miss CLEARY of Ballyne in this countyNickR
HDM1770227-1NPMCLEARY  At Corke, Mr James CROKER cooper to Miss CLEARYNickR
WMT J1823703NPMCLEAVER Rev MrYesterday, the 27th instant, in Delgany Church, by the Rev. Mr. Cleaver, Mr. Michael Carrigg, of Johnson's place, Dublin, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. John Evans, of Killencarrig, in the County of Wicklow.SdeM
CG HA1791129NPSCLEBURN MrLimerick, January 27. The two SULLIVANs, alias KROHOVONAL, father and son, have been apprehended near Mallow, and will be brought here this day, charged with the inhuman and barbarous murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, on the 28th of December last; a lad who was apprentice to Mr. CLEBURN, in Cork, and was going to see his parents in the county Tipperary.NickR
WMT J1827503NPDCLEGHORNHelen On the 19th inst. Helen, third daughter of the late Dr. Cleghorn, of Rutland-square. SdeM
WMT J1827503NPDCLEGHORN DrOn the 19th inst. Helen, third daughter of the late Dr. Cleghorn, of Rutland-square. SdeM
FJ1857316NPDCLEMENSEliza November 14, at St Kinda, near Melbourne, of consumption, Henry GEOGHEGAN, Esq solicitor, youngest son of T GEOGHEGAN Esq of Upper-Sackville Street, in this city, aged 32 years [Vic BDM No 4701 son of Thomas and Eliza CLEMENS]NickR
WMT G1835212NPMCLEMENTSFanny On Friday last, by the Rev. Dr. Cooke, Mr. James Stewart, of Belfast, formerly of Garvagh, to Fanny, daughter of the late Isaac Clements, of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPMCLEMENTSIsaacEsqOn Friday last, by the Rev. Dr. Cooke, Mr. James Stewart, of Belfast, formerly of Garvagh, to Fanny, daughter of the late Isaac Clements, of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
FJ17671205-08NPMCLEMENTSNathRt HonEyre MASSEY Esq Lt Col of 27th Regiment of Foot to Miss CLEMENTS, daughter of the Rt Hon Nath CLEMENTS [?& ? GORE?]NickR
FJ1768116-19NPDCLEMENTSNathanielRt Hon EsqIn Bolton Street, Deservedly lamented, Mrs GORE mother to Lord Bishop of Elphin and to the Lady of the Rt Hon Nathaniel CLEMMENTS EsqNickR
FJ1843311NPMCLEMENTS Countess of LeitrimSee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
FJ17671205-08NPMCLEMENTS MissEyre MASSEY Esq Lt Col of 27th Regiment of Foot to Miss CLEMENTS, daughter of the Rt Hon Nath CLEMENTS [?& ? GORE?]NickR
WMT J1827719NPMCLERKESt John AugustusMajOn the 10th instant, at Waringstown Church, by the Rev. Holt Waring (father of the lady), Major St. John Augustus Clerke, of the 77th Regiment of Foot, to Mrs. Louisa Brooke, relict of the late Rev. John M. Brooke. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPDCLIBBORN MajIn Trinidad, on the 26th January, Mrs. Clibborn, wife of Major Clibborn, Royal Artillery. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPDCLIBBORN MrsIn Trinidad, on the 26th January, Mrs. Clibborn, wife of Major Clibborn, Royal Artillery. SdeM
FJ1771406NPMCLIFFEJohnRevAt Cork the Rev Mr CLIFFE to Miss GLEADOWENickR
HDM1771409NPMCLIFFEJohnRevAt Cork the rev John CLIFFE to Miss Belinda GLEADOWENickR
LC1810509NPMCLIFFESarah Wednesday at Lismore, Hamilton LOWE, Esq; of Clonmel, to Sarah, second daughter of Wm. CLIFFE, Esq; of LismoreNickR
LC1810509NPMCLIFFEWilliamEsqWednesday at Lismore, Hamilton LOWE, Esq; of Clonmel, to Sarah, second daughter of Wm. CLIFFE, Esq; of LismoreNickR
LC1826726NPSCLIFFORDAnn Tralee Assizes
Child Murder
Ann ROCHE, an old woman, of very advanced age, was indicted for the murder of Michael LEAHY, a young child by drowning him in the Fleak. This case, which at ... assumed a very serious aspect, from the meaning imported to words spoken by the prisoner, "that the sin of the child's death was on the grand-mother, and not on the prisoner, and not on the prisoner," turned out to be a homicide committed under the delusion of the grossest superstition. The child, the four year old, could neither stand, walk, or speak—was thought to be Fairy struck—and the grand-mother ordered the prisoner and one of the witnesses, Mary CLIFFORD, to bathe the child every morning, in that pool of the river Fleak, where the boundaries of three farms met; they had so bathed it for three mornings, and on the last morning the prisoner kept the child longer under the water than usual, when her companion (the witness, Mary CLIFFORD) said to the prisoner, "how can you hope to see God after this," to which the prisoner replied "that the sin was on the grand-mother and not on her." Upon cross examination, the witness said it was not done with the intent to kill the child, but to cure it—to get the Fairy out of it
  The Policeman, who apprehended her, on charging her with drowning the child, she said it was no matter as it had died four years ago.
  Baron PENNEFATHER said, though it was a case of suspicion, and required to be thoroughly examined into, yet the Jury would not be safe in convicting the prisoner of murder, however strong the suspicion might be.
  Verdict—Not Guilty
  In this case, Counsel for the Crown prosecuted.
  The prisoner was defended by Messrs. O'CONNELL and H. WALSHE.
NickR
WMT J18291119NPBCLIFFORDDanielEsqNov. 9, at Giltown Cottage, county of Kildare, the Lady of Daniel Clifford, Esq., of Phibsborough, of a daughter. SdeM
LHMA1788929NPMCLIFFORDHenryMrMr. Henry CLIFFORD, of Drumina, county Leitrim, to Miss Anne LITTLE, of Newtown Fords, county LongfordNickR
LHMA1788929NPMCLIFFORDHenryMrMr. Henry CLIFFORD, of Drumina, county Leitrim, to Miss Anne LITTLE, of Newtown Fords, county Longford.NickR
LC1783210NPSCLIFFORDMary Likely suspectsNickR
FJ1789611-13NPMCLINCH  Mr Michael DREW of Essics Street apothecary to Miss CLINCH of Werburgh StNickR
FJ18081217NPMCLINTONGeorge WashingtonEsqAt New York, on the 13th of September, George Washington CLINTON Esq son of the Vice President of the United States, to Miss Anne FLOYD daughter of Gen FLOYD of the co OneidaNickR
FJ18081217NPMCLINTON Vice PresidentAt New York, on the 13th of September, George Washington CLINTON Esq son of the Vice President of the United States, to Miss Anne FLOYD daughter of Gen FLOYD of the co OneidaNickR
LEP-CS1831201NPSCLOGHERTY  Thursday, a boat, laden with turf, from the Island of Minish, in Galway Bay, with a crew consisting of three men, was upset by a squall two miles west of Caran. Two of the poor fellows on board, named CLOGHERTY, perished. Several boats passed without making any effort for their perservation; but the third person, BARRETT, was providentially saved from a watery grave by the prompt intervention of Mr. Laurence M'DONOUGH, master of the smack Mary, of Galway.NickR
FJ1800417bNPSCLONEYLaurence Laurence CLONEY for the murder of Marcus HAWKINS on Vinegar Hill on the 15th June 1798. The deceased had two brothers also killed at that place. There were two other persons Michael DEVEREUX & Michael DOYLE charged in the same indictment with CLONEY. The jury remained enclosed all night and did not return a verdict till nine in the morning; finding guilty the latter and acquitting the others. CLONEY was ordered to be executed.NickR
LC1792523NPSCLOONLaurence  Lat Monday morning a cot, in which were Laurence CLOON, gardiner; James KEOGH, labourer; Michael GARVEY, stone-cutter; John KEEFE, tailor; and —— HOURIGAN, a boy of 12 years of age,—crossing from Donass to Castle Connell, was by the force of the current, carried down the rapid leap, dashed to pieces, and melancholy to relate, every on of the before mentioned people unfortunately perished.NickR
LC1826311NPSCLOSE Ltsupposed drowningNickR
FJ1825506NPMCLOSEHarriet On the 4th inst at St Peter's church, by the Rev Francis BROWNLOW, the Rev Ralph COOTE brother to Sir Charles COOTE Bt of Ballyfin Queen's co, to Harriet youngest daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elm Park, co ArmaghNickR
LC1825507NPMCLOSEHarriett In Dublin, the Rev Ralph COOTE brother to Sir Charles COOTE Bart to Harriet youngest daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elm Park, co ArmaghNickR
FJ1855105NPMCLOSEHenry SamuelRevJanuary 2, at Lamport, Northhamptonshire, the Rev Charles L VAUGHAN, sn of the late Mr Justice VAUGHAN, to Jane Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Capt COOTE, of Hutington, in the Queen's county and at the same time Robert Barry second son of Henry Samuel CLOSE Esq of Newtown Park. co Dublin, to Augusta eldest daughter of the Rev J VAUGHAN rector of Gotham, NottinghamshireNickR
LC1827519NPMCLOSEJane At St Peter's church, Dublin, by the Rev J. F. CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, Bart. MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elmpark, County ArmaghNickR
FJ1827521NPMCLOSEJane On the 9th inst, at St Peter's church, by the Rev John CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, bart MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev S CLOSE of Elmpark, co ArmaghNickR
WMT J1827524NPMCLOSEJane At St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. John Forbes Close, Captain Childey Coote, brother of Sir Charles Coote, Bart., M.P., to Jane, daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Close, of Elmpark, County Armagh. SdeM
LC1827519NPMCLOSEJohn FRevAt St Peter's church, Dublin, by the Rev J. F. CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, Bart. MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elmpark, County ArmaghNickR
FJ1827521NPMCLOSEJohn FRevOn the 9th inst, at St Peter's church, by the Rev John CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, bart MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev S CLOSE of Elmpark, co ArmaghNickR
WMT J1827524NPMCLOSEJohn ForbesRevAt St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. John Forbes Close, Captain Childey Coote, brother of Sir Charles Coote, Bart., M.P., to Jane, daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Close, of Elmpark, County Armagh. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPBCLOSEMaxwellEsqOn the 18th inst., in Manchester-square, London, the lady of Maxwell Close, of Elm Park, Armagh, Esq. of a son still-born.SdeM
FJ18031229NPMCLOSERichard Richard CLOSE of Capel Street to Miss Eliza SWAN of Great Georges St [ Wm Bellingham SWAN was of Great Georges St & Richmond - his daughter?]NickR
FJ1855105NPMCLOSERobert Barry January 2, at Lamport, Northhamptonshire, the Rev Charles L VAUGHAN, sn of the late Mr Justice VAUGHAN, to Jane Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Capt COOTE, of Hutington, in the Queen's county and at the same time Robert Barry second son of Henry Samuel CLOSE Esq of Newtown Park. co Dublin, to Augusta eldest daughter of the Rev J VAUGHAN rector of Gotham, NottinghamshireNickR
FJ1825506NPMCLOSESamuelRevOn the 4th inst at St Peter's church, by the Rev Francis BROWNLOW, the Rev Ralph COOTE brother to Sir Charles COOTE Bt of Ballyfin Queen's co, to Harriet youngest daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elm Park, co ArmaghNickR
LC1825507NPMCLOSESamuelRevIn Dublin, the Rev Ralph COOTE brother to Sir Charles COOTE Bart to Harriet youngest daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elm Park, co ArmaghNickR
LC1827519NPMCLOSESamuelRevAt St Peter's church, Dublin, by the Rev J. F. CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, Bart. MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev Samuel CLOSE of Elmpark, County ArmaghNickR
FJ1827521NPMCLOSESamuelRevOn the 9th inst, at St Peter's church, by the Rev John CLOSE, Capt Chidley COOTE, brother to Sir Charles COOTE, bart MP, to Jane daughter of the late Rev S CLOSE of Elmpark, co ArmaghNickR
WMT J1827524NPMCLOSESamuelRevAt St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. John Forbes Close, Captain Childey Coote, brother of Sir Charles Coote, Bart., M.P., to Jane, daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Close, of Elmpark, County Armagh. SdeM
LC1826315NPSCLOSE LtIt is consoling to the friends of Lieutenant CLOSE and Mis GRUBB to find that, instead of being murdered, as generally believed, they have ben united in the bonds of matrimony by the Harmonious Blacksmith at Gretna Green.NickR
WMT J1829604NPDCLOWRYWilliamRevMay 25, at Tullow, in the 31st year of his age, the Rev. Wm. Clowry, Roman Catholic Priest of that parish. SdeM
WMT J1828424NPMCLUFFSarahMissOn Saturday, in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Cotterell W. Mercier, T. Rievette, Esq. to Miss Sarah Cluff, both of this City. SdeM
WMT J1824729NPDCLUTTERBUCKLEsqOn the 19th instant, at Maxfort, county Tipperary, L. Clutterbuck, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMCOANEAnthonyEsqIn St. George's Church, by special licence, on Thursday the 10th instant, by the Rev. Abraham Hamilton, the Rev. Paul Meade Dennis, son of the Rev. Meade Dennis, of Union Hill, in this County, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Anthony Coane, Esq. of Higginstown, County Donegall. SdeM
FJ1818316NPMCOANEConnollyEsqOn Staturday, 14th March, in the Castle Chapel, by the Rev Dr GUINNESS, on of his Exly the Lord Lt's chaplians, the Rev Connolly COANE eld son of Connolly COANE Esq of the city of Bath to Alicia Frances eld daut of Henry Charles SIRR of Dublin CastleNickR
FJ1819419NPDCOANEConnollyEsqOn the 4th inst, in his 70th year, most sincerely and deservedly regretted by his family nad all who knew him, Connolly COANE Esq of the city of Bath and late of Mount Melve in the co LeitrimNickR
FJ1818316NPMCOANEConnollyRevOn Staturday, 14th March, in the Castle Chapel, by the Rev Dr GUINNESS, on of his Exly the Lord Lt's chaplians, the Rev Connolly COANE eld son of Connolly COANE Esq of the city of Bath to Alicia Frances eld daut of Henry Charles SIRR of Dublin CastleNickR
WMT J1827517NPMCOANEMary Anne In St. George's Church, by special licence, on Thursday the 10th instant, by the Rev. Abraham Hamilton, the Rev. Paul Meade Dennis, son of the Rev. Meade Dennis, of Union Hill, in this County, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Anthony Coane, Esq. of Higginstown, County Donegall. SdeM
LS1839816NPMCOATESJane DrewMissAt Banagher, by the Rev Edward GORDON, Benjamin Bowen BRERETON Esq of Balliver College, brother to Lt Col BRERETON late of Bristol, to Miss Jane Drew, daughter of John Drew COATES Esq (note Samuel COATES = Jane DREW 1783 Killaloe ML)NickR
LS1839816NPMCOATESJohn DrewEsqAt Banagher, by the Rev Edward GORDON, Benjamin Bowen BRERETON Esq of Balliver College, brother to Lt Col BRERETON late of Bristol, to Miss Jane Drew, daughter of John Drew COATES Esq (note Samuel COATES = Jane DREW 1783 Killaloe ML)NickR
WMT J18281106NPSCOATESWilliamEsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J1833411NPSCOATESWilliamEsqAt a Meeting of the Members of the Orange Lodge, No. 596, held at their Lodge-room in the town of Longford, on Tuesday, the 9th of April, 1833. William Coates, Esq. in the Chair. ... (Signed on behalf of the Lodge) William Coates, Master. SdeM
WMT J18271213NPMCOBBThomas FrancisEsqAt Great Malvern, Thomas Francis Cobb, Esq. of Margate, to Rosellan Emma, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Torre, of Snydale, Yorkshire. SdeM
LC1825223NPMCOCAYNEElizabeth Charlotte Monday [? 14 Feb], at Mary-le-bonne Church, London, the Hon. Edmond Sexten PERRY, to Elizabeth Charlotte, daughter of the late Hon. William COCKAYNE, of .. Hall, Northamptonshire.NickR
LC1825223NPMCOCAYNEWilliamHonMonday [? 14 Feb], at Mary-le-bonne Church, London, the Hon. Edmond Sexten PERRY, to Elizabeth Charlotte, daughter of the late Hon. William COCKAYNE, of .. Hall, Northamptonshire.NickR
WMT G1835219NPDCOCHRANJamesEsqAt Armagh, on the 5th instant, Sarah, relict of the late James Cochran, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDCOCHRANSarahMrsAt Armagh, on the 5th instant, Sarah, relict of the late James Cochran, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1828411NPSCOCHRANEThomas AlexanderR-AdmlOn Tuesday night, a carman, named Thomas HOGAN, fell into the river, at Shannon-quay, Limerick, and was drowned. The deceased served in the Navy under Lord Cochrane, and had lost an eye in the service. He has left a wife and five children.NickR
FJ18491103NPMCOCKHarriet October 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, KentNickR
FJ18491103NPMCOCKWilliamEsqOctober 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, KentNickR
FJ18241112NPMCOCKAYNEElizabeth CharlotteMissWe understand that the Hon Sexton PERRY [recte PERY] second son of the RtHon Earl of Limerick is about to lead to the Hymeneal Altar, the highly gifted Miss COCKAYNE granddaughter of the late Lord CULLEN — Limerick Observer [14 Feb 1825 date of mar]NickR
WMT J1824527NPMCOCKELLMary Ann The Rev. H.H. Milman, Professsor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, and Vicar of St. Mary's, Reading, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Lieutenant-General Cockell, of Sandleford Lodge, Berkshire.SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMCOCKELL Lt-GenThe Rev. H.H. Milman, Professsor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, and Vicar of St. Mary's, Reading, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Lieutenant-General Cockell, of Sandleford Lodge, Berkshire.SdeM
LGA1810403NPSCOCORAN WidowVisit by caravats in co WaterfordNickR
LS18401116NPDCODDFrancis At Melbourne, New South Wales, where he was inhumanly murdered by the savage natives, Patrick son of the late Francis CODD of Townsend Street, DublinNickR
LS18401116NPDCODDPatrick At Melbourne, New South Wales, where he was inhumanly murdered by the savage natives, Patrick son of the late Francis CODD of Townsend Street, DublinNickR
WMT J18281127NPMCODDThomas (jun)EsqOn the 12th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Hobson, in the parish Church of St. Peter's, Dublin, Thos. Codd, Esq., jun., Painstown, county Meath, to Hariet Amelia, eldest daughter of John Echlin, Esq., Cottage Terrace, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1827301NPDCODDINGTONHenryEsqOn the 15th inst. in Mountjoy-square, Mrs. Coddington, aged 84, relict of Henry Coddington, late of Oldbridge, in the Co. of Meath, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMCODDINGTONLathumRevOn the 10th instant, in Carlow Church, by the Rev. Lathum Coddington, Rector of Timolin, Benedict Arthur Yates, Esq., of Moon, County Kildare, and North Great George's street, Dublin, to Susanna Maria, only daughter of the Rev. Dr. Stone, of Carlow. SdeM
WMT J1827301NPDCODDINGTON MrsOn the 15th inst. in Mountjoy-square, Mrs. Coddington, aged 84, relict of Henry Coddington, late of Oldbridge, in the Co. of Meath, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1829908NPSCODYPatrick Reprieve:— A Reprieve has been received by Harvey DEVERAUX, Esq. Sub-Sheriff of the County Kilkenny, for Patrick CODY, Edmond RUSSELL, and Marks RUSSELL, the three unhappy men who pleaded guilty at the late Assizes for the murder of Patrick DEVERAUX, in the month of September last. They will be transported for life.[Patrick CODY died on the voyage to Australia on board the Forth I (1830), the other 2 arrived per it.See Convicts]NickR
WMT J1831310NPSCODYRobert STATE OF THE COUNTY LONGFORD. ... On the 2d ult. an armed party attacked the house of Mr. W. Canning, in the Barony of Abbeyshruel, and took therefrom a gun and a case of pistols. On the 15th ult., in the same barony, an armed party broke the house and carried away a gun and blunderbuss the property of Robert Cody. On the 16th, in the same barony, between six and seven o'clock, an armed party attacked the house of James Canning, of Lissagernal and took away a gun and pistol. On Sunday, the 20th ult., as Captain Atkinson, of Forgany, and his family were at Church, a fellow entered his house and demanded from the maidservant her master's arms - she shewed him into a room, and shutting the door, ran out and gave the alarm; the fellow instantly escaped without effecting his object. On the night of the 21st an armed party of from 40 to 50 attacked the house of John Wright, of Cartronbola, and dragging him out, swore him to give half his ground to his son-in-law. One of them struck him on the breast with a pistol and said, "he must obey Captain Rock's laws". ... SdeM
FJ1860517NPMCOFFEYHonoria May 16, at Kilarney, by the Rt Rev Dr MORIARTY, Catholic Bishop of Kerry, George W H CHRISTIAN Esq, late of her Majesty's 49th regt of foot, to Honoria, eldst daughter of James COFFEY Esq of CastleloughNickR
LEP-CS1831311NPMCOFFEYMary Henrietta At St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, Thomas S. CLAPMAN, Esq., to Mary Henrietta, daughter of the Rev. Thomas COFFEY, Rector of Kelvine, Co. MayoNickR
LEP-CS1831311NPMCOFFEYThomasRevAt St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, Thomas S. CLAPMAN, Esq., to Mary Henrietta, daughter of the Rev. Thomas COFFEY, Rector of Kelvine, Co. MayoNickR
LEP-CS1829407NPSCOFFEY MrAt Nass Assizes, William MACLOGHLIN, Esq., a Gentleman known in the fashionable circles, was convicted of being guilty of the murder of his step-father, Mr. COFFEY, and hanged on Saturday. Mr. MACLOGHLIN held for several years a situation in the Castle of Dublin, from which he lately retired on a very large pension.—He was a distingusihed duellist.NickR
WMT J18251229NPDCOFFYMRevAt his house West-Lodge, in this county, on the 27th inst. at an advanced age, the Rev. M. Coffy, P.P. SdeM
WMT J1827531NPMCOGANBryanEsqMichael Maguire, of Loughrussa, in the Co. of Leitrim, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of Bryan Cogan, of Lisconny, in the Co. of Sligo, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827531NPMCOGANCatherine Michael Maguire, of Loughrussa, in the Co. of Leitrim, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of Bryan Cogan, of Lisconny, in the Co. of Sligo, Esq. SdeM
Pue'sO1741901NPDCOGHLANAnthonyEsqSame day (thursday last) died in the Four Courts Marshalsea, Anthony COGHLAN Esq, and we here a great number of the unfortunate persons now confined there are ill of a malignant feverNickR
LC1769220NPSCOGHLANBarnaby [Dublin 18 Feb] Yesterday John KIRK, Edmond M'CABE, and Barnaby COGHLAN, were tried at the Tholsel for breaking open the Shop of Mr. DREW in Francis-street, and are to be executed next Saturday at Stephen's Green.NickR
LS1839507NPDCOGHLANCharles LloydRevAt Timoleague Glebe, Sara Anne, the beloved wife of the Rev Charles L COGHLANNickR
LC18261125NPMCOGHLANCharles TRevAt Cove, on Tuesday morning, by the Rev Charles T. COGHLAN, the Rev. Thomas Lloyd COGHLAN, to Phillis Jane, eldests daughter of William COLE, esqNickR
FJ1764204-07NPDCOGHLANGeorgeEsqLimerick February 2, Last week died at Ennis George COGHLAN, sq Collector of that district, greatly lamented by all his acquaintancesNickR
FJ1816130NPMCOGHLANJ ARevYesterday, by spectial licence, in Christ Church, by the Rev John A COGHLAN, Alexander RICHARDSON Esq of Summerhiull in this city, to Lucinda eldest daughter of Henry SIR?? Esq of Glocester StreetNickR
FJ1816202NPMCOGHLANJ ARevYesterday, by special licence, in Thomas's Church, by the Rev J A COGHLAN, William MONSARRAT Esq of Summer Hill Eldest son of Mark MONSARRAT Esq to Hariet eldest daughter of Alexander RICHARDSON Esq of said placeNickR
FJ1797112NPMCOGHLANJohnMrAt Limerick, Mr John COGHLAN, revenue officer to Miss LLOYD niece of the late Dr LLOYD of that cityNickR
LGA1815117NPDCOGHLANJohnMrLast night, in Patriuck Street, much lamented, Mr John COGHLAN, revenue officerNickR
WMT J1828117NPMCOGHLANJohn ArmstrongRevBy special license, on Tuesday the 8th inst. by the Rev. John Armstrong Coghlan, in St. Thomas's church, Joseph Allen, Esq. of the East India House, London, to Marianne, daughter of Samuel Scott, Esq. of Lower Gardiner-street. SdeM
FJ18601221NPMCOGHLANJohn ColeRevDecember 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR
LS1839507NPDCOGHLANSarah Anne At Timoleague Glebe, Sara Anne, the beloved wife of the Rev Charles L COGHLANNickR
FJ1794222NPDCOGHLANThomasEsqAt his house in Frederick Street; aged 64 Thomas COGHLAN Esq of Strawberry Hill near Cloghan in Kings Co, member for the Borough of Augher in county TyroneNickR
LC18261125NPMCOGHLANThomas LloydRevAt Cove, on Tuesday morning, by the Rev Charles T. COGHLAN, the Rev. Thomas Lloyd COGHLAN, to Phillis Jane, eldests daughter of William COLE, esqNickR
FJ18581014NPMCOKAYNEJ AlstonEsqOctober 9, at Buckfastleigh, Devon, J Alston COKAYNE Esq of Great Berkhamstead, Herts, to Helen Olympia widow of Sir John LITTLER (reg Totnes 5b 301)NickR
WMT J1823123NPMCOKEElizabeth Ann At Durham, Charles Andrews, Esq., 10th Light Dragoons, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of W. Coke, Esq. M.D.SdeM
WMT J1823123NPMCOKEWEsq MDAt Durham, Charles Andrews, Esq., 10th Light Dragoons, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of W. Coke, Esq. M.D.SdeM
LEP-CS1831812NPSCOLBERTMichael John DWYER, a child of nine years old, was sentenced at Cork to be transported for seven years, for stealing a watch from Michael COLBERT, of FermoyNickR
WMT J1827920NPMCOLBYCaroline On the 8th instant, in St. Paul's Church, William Tisdal, of Marlborough-street, Esq. to Caroline Colby, niece of Humphrey Aldrich Woodward, of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDCOLCLOUGHAdam At Kildavin, on the 10th instant, in the prime of life, Adam Colclough, eldest son of Sarsfield Colclough, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDCOLCLOUGHSarsfieldEsqAt Kildavin, on the 10th instant, in the prime of life, Adam Colclough, eldest son of Sarsfield Colclough, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826323NPDCOLCLOUGHWilliamMrAt the manor, Waterford, Mr. William Colclough, Guager. SdeM
FJ18431123NPDCOLCLOUGH MajAt Ventner, Isle of White, Gorgiania Elizabeth wife of George Chalmondoly LEES Esq of Blackrock, co Dublin, late of the 61st Regt and daughter of Maj COLCLOUGH of the 33 RegtNickR
FJ1790521NPMCOLEAnnMissAt Cork Thomas HARDING Esq High Sheriff of that city to Miss COLE of said placeNickR
FJ1806304NPDCOLEArthurCaptIn Charlemont Street Capt Arthur COLE cousin to the Earl of EnniskillemNickR
LGA18051220NPDCOLECharlesEsqOn Wednesday morning at St Patrick's Place Cork Mrs COLE wife of Charles COLE EsqNickR
LGA18131105NPDCOLECharlesEsqOn Tuesday week, in London, Charles COLE Esq late eminent merchant of CorkNickR
LGA18141004NPDCOLECharlesEsqOn 7th inst of a fever on board his Majesty's frigate Rhin on his return from the West Indies Charles COLE esq son of John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
FJ18141008NPDCOLECharlesEsqOn the 7th ult, on board his majesty's frigate Rhin on his return from the West Indies Charles COLE Esq son of John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
LEP-CS1829814NPDCOLECharlesEsqIn York st Dublin Eliza fourth daughter of the late Charles COLE EsqNickR
FJ1798703aNPSCOLECharlesMrLord B_, and his brother Colonel B_ having gone on board one of the East India ships at Cork without license, their boat was seized by the Collector. This so much displeased the nobleman and his brother, that they sent messages in consequence and on WedNickR
FJ1798703bNPSCOLECharlesMrleft the ground without hurt or explanationNickR
LGA18091020NPNCOLECharles Bankrupt.— Charles COLE, of Cork merchant, to surrender on the 27th and 28th inst. and 28th Nov.NickR
FJ1790709NPMCOLEChristopherEsqChristopher COLE Esq to Miss Elizabeth ALLEN daughter of the late _ ALLEN Esq of YoughalNickR
LC1810303NPDCOLEChristopherEsqLast week, after an illness he bore with exemplary resignation, Samuel COLE, Esq, son of Christopher COLE, Esq, of Cork, a youth of uncommon promise.NickR
CJEA1810305NPDCOLEChristopherEsq... Samuel COLE Esq, son of Christopher COLE , Esq of Cork ..NickR
LGA1820714NPSCOLEChristopherEsqCork ... It is now pretty certain that Christopher COLE, Esq. who was recently elected mayor for the ensuing year, and concerning whose willingness to act in that capacity some doubt was entertained, has expressed his intention to fill that Office.NickR
LGA1820718NPSCOLEChristopherEsqIn our last we stated Mr. COLE's acceptance of the Office of Mayor of this city for the ensuing year, letters to that effect having been received on Wednesday. We regret to add, however, that as a consequence of a sudden indisposition he has altered his intention. Yesterday, William JONES, Esq. Town CLERK of our Corporation, received from him a letter containing a formal resignation of the Office, which was to be transmitted to the Lord Lieutenant forthwith.NickR
LGA1820804NPSCOLEChristopherEsqThe Friendly Brothers of St Patrick, of Cheltenham, have presented an elegant silver Urn, surmounted with shamrocks, and tastefully ornamented with the Union Wreath, to their President, Christopher COLE, Esquire, with an appropriate inscription as a token of their regard.NickR
FJ1807327NPN/SCOLEChristopher Cork City Grand Jury ... Christ. COLE ...NickR
LEP-CS1829814NPDCOLEEliza In York st Dublin Eliza fourth daughter of the late Charles COLE EsqNickR
FJ1764918-22NPMCOLEElizabethMissSir Fitzgerald AYLMER Bt to Miss Elizabeth COLE of EnniskillenNickR
FJ1791420NPMCOLEGeorgeEsqAt Clonmel, George COLE Esq to Miss BIDON(?) both of that townNickR
Pue'sO1755628NPSCOLEGeorgeGentOn Tuesday the 24th of June inst, at Clnomell in the co Tipperary, came on the election of Magistrates for the corporation for the ensuing year when the poll was as follows
For John HAYMAN Gent to be mayor Stephen MOORE and John LUTHER Esqrs to be Bailiffs of said corporation for the emsuing year — 90
For Robert SHAW to be mayor and Charles ATKINS and George COLE Gents to be Bailiffs — 38
Majority for Mr HAYMAN, Mr MOORE and Mr LUTHER 57 ...
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LGA1815602NPDCOLEHenryEsqAt Brighton Henry COLE Esq of Twickernham 2nd s of the late Maj COLE of the 98th Regt of Infantry- during the late disturbances in Ireland in the years 1797-98, he served as a Capt of Light Infantry in the North'bld Fenicbles & afterwards as brigade MajNickR
FJ1825916NPBCOLEHenryEsqOn Sunday last, at Annsfort, co Waterford, the lady of Henry COLE, Esq barrister-at-law and one of the divisional Magistrates of Police of a daughterNickR
LGA1819528NPDCOLEHenry St GeorgeEsq CaptOn 15th inst at Annstown in the Co Waterford, in the 74th year of his age Henry St George COLE Esq Capt in army & magistrate for several counties of Ireland and landwaiterr of the port of Waterford[Earlier report says relation of the Earl of Enniskillen]NickR
FJ1821511NPDCOLEJ WEsqOn Tuesday, in Cork J W COLE Esq only son of William COLE Esq of CoveNickR
WMT J1828214NPDCOLEJamesEsqOn the 1st inst., James Cole, Esq. of Aunger-street, Dublin. SdeM
FJ1859225NPDCOLEJane February 19, at Shot Hall, Fermoy, Jane relict of Wiliam COLE, aged 85 yearsNickR
LGA18101120NPDCOLEJohnEsqTuesday last in Cork, in the bloom of youth, Miss Maria COLE, second daughter of John COLE of that city EsqNickR
LGA18141004NPDCOLEJohnEsqOn 7th inst of a fever on board his Majesty's frigate Rhin on his return from the West Indies Charles COLE esq son of John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
FJ18141008NPDCOLEJohnEsqOn the 7th ult, on board his majesty's frigate Rhin on his return from the West Indies Charles COLE Esq son of John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
LGA1817829NPDCOLEJohnEsqAt Passage Co Cork, the wife of John COLE EsqNickR
LC1827425NPDCOLEJohnEsqAt his house, on the South Terrace, Cork, John COLE, Esq of that cityNickR
LEP-CS18281128NPMCOLEJohnEsqIn Cork, Walter HARRIS, Esq. MD, to Margaretta, youngestr daughter of the late John COLE, Esq.NickR
FJ18381210NPMCOLEJohnEsqAt Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
LS18381211NPMCOLEJohnEsqAt the Garrison Chapel, Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
CG HA1794716NPMCOLEJohnMrWilliam SMITH, of Blarney, Esq; to Miss COLE, daughter of Mr. John COLE, of Patrick's Place, CorkNickR
CMC1810810NPDCOLEJohnMrLast night in Patricks Place, after an illnes she bore with pious resignation, Mrs. Mary COLE, relict of the late much respected Mr. John COLE,of this city.— In the dischrge of those important duties which constitute the excellence of Female character, Mrs COLEwas an example of the highest order; she lived long to the practice of every domestic virtue; bowed down by infirmity; at the advanced age of 77 years her mind retained its usualenergy — and that solicitude which through an active and an useful life she ever manifested for the welfare and happiness of her family, was at its tranquil close expressed with feeling of a Parent and the piety of a Christian. This truly venerable woman has left no less than fory children, grand-children and graet-grand-children to revere her memoryy, and to emulate her virtue.NickR
FJ1810814NPDCOLEJohnMrIn Patrick's Place, Cork, Mrs Mary COLE relict of Mr John COLENickR
LGA1810814NPDCOLEJohnMrThursday night in St Patrick's Place Cork Mrs Mary COLE relict of the late much respected Mr John COLE of that cityNickR
FJ1782409-11NPMCOLEJohnMr junIn Corke Mr John COLE jun cooper to Miss Ann ATKINS daughter of John ATKINS Esq of Fountain Ville near MallowNickR
FJ1859727NPMCOLEJohn HardingRevJuly 19, at Plymouth, the Rev J Harding COLE, eldest son of Thomas C COLE Esq Woodview, co Cork, to Adelaide, daughter of the late George C FREND esq of Rutha, co LimerickNickR
LGA1811809NPDCOLEJohn junEsqAt Mallow, on Friday night last, John COLE, jun Esq of CorkNickR
WMT J1824729NPMCOLEJohn WilloughbyEarl of EnniskillenOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
LS1840511NPDCOLELouisa (nee BLENNERHASSETT) Louisa relict of the Rev Thomas COLE of CorkNickR
WMT J1824729NPMCOLELowryGen SirOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
LS1840810NPDCOLEMargaret Margaret relict of Thomas COLE Esq of Callan, county KilkennyNickR
LEP-CS18281128NPMCOLEMargaretta In Cork, Walter HARRIS, Esq. MD, to Margaretta, youngestr daughter of the late John COLE, Esq.NickR
LGA18101120NPDCOLEMariaMissTuesday last in Cork, in the bloom of youth, Miss Maria COLE, second daughter of John COLE of that city EsqNickR
FJ18171107NPMCOLEMaryMissOn the 30th ult, in Cork, Anthony EDWARDS of Hop Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
LGA18171107NPMCOLEMaryMissIn Cork by Rev Archdeacon THOMPSON, Anthony EDWARDS of Hopp Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
CMC1810810NPDCOLEMaryMrsLast night in Patricks Place, after an illnes she bore with pious resignation, Mrs. Mary COLE, relict of the late much respected Mr. John COLE,of this city.— In the dischrge of those important duties which constitute the excellence of Female character, Mrs COLEwas an example of the highest order; she lived long to the practice of every domestic virtue; bowed down by infirmity; at the advanced age of 77 years her mind retained its usualenergy — and that solicitude which through an active and an useful life she ever manifested for the welfare and happiness of her family, was at its tranquil close expressed with feeling of a Parent and the piety of a Christian. This truly venerable woman has left no less than fory children, grand-children and graet-grand-children to revere her memoryy, and to emulate her virtue.NickR
FJ1810814NPDCOLEMaryMrsIn Patrick's Place, Cork, Mrs Mary COLE relict of Mr John COLENickR
LGA1810814NPDCOLEMaryMrsThursday night in St Patrick's Place Cork Mrs Mary COLE relict of the late much respected Mr John COLE of that cityNickR
LC18261125NPMCOLEPhillis Jane At Cove, on Tuesday morning, by the Rev Charles T. COGHLAN, the Rev. Thomas Lloyd COGHLAN, to Phillis Jane, eldests daughter of William COLE, esqNickR
LC1810303NPDCOLESamuelEsqLast week, after an illness he bore with exemplary resignation, Samuel COLE, Esq, son of Christopher COLE, Esq, of Cork, a youth of uncommon promise.NickR
CJEA1810305NPDCOLESamuelEsq... Samuel COLE Esq, son of Christopher COLE , Esq of Cork ..NickR
FJ18381210NPMCOLESara Grace At Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
LS18381211NPMCOLESara Grace At the Garrison Chapel, Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
CG HA1794716NPMCOLESusannaMissWilliam SMITH, of Blarney, Esq; to Miss COLE, daughter of Mr. John COLE, of Patrick's Place, CorkNickR
LEP-CS1830907NPDCOLET [Thomas?]RevAt the Foundling Hospital Cork, the Rev T COLE, chaplain and Superintendant of that establishmentNickR
LEP-CS1831923NPBCOLET CEsqAt Clifton Lodge, co Cork, the lady of T C COLE Esq, of a sonNickR
WMT J18241021NPDCOLEThomasMrAt his house, William-street, Dublin, of a malignant fever, in the prime of life, Mr. Thomas Cole, Merchant, late of Clonfad in this county; a young man universally beloved, and his premature death sincerely regretted, his remains were interred in his family burying place at Griffinstown on Monday last.SdeM
LS1840511NPDCOLEThomasRevLouisa relict of the Rev Thomas COLE of CorkNickR
CG&GA17941122NPMCOLEThomasRev MrLast Thursdy, the Rev Mr COLE of this city to Miss BLENNERHASSET daughter of the Rev John BLENNERHASSET of TraleeNickR
LEP-CS1830803NPMCOLEThomas [Christopher]EsqAt Kileagh church, county Cork, Thomas C COLE to Harriet Jane only daughter of C. B GARDE Esq of Ballindinnis, county CorkNickR
LH1831926NPBCOLEThomas ChristopherEsqAt Clifton Lodge, co Cork, the lady of T C COLE Esq of a sonNickR
LS1837512NPBCOLEThomas ChristopherEsqat Clifton Lodge, Cork, the lady of Thomas Christopher COLE Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1859727NPMCOLEThomas ChristopherEsqJuly 19, at Plymouth, the Rev J Harding COLE, eldest son of Thomas C COLE Esq Woodview, co Cork, to Adelaide, daughter of the late George C FREND esq of Rutha, co LimerickNickR
Pue'sO1733901NPSCOLEWilliamEsqOn Thursday lat came on before their excellencies the Lord Justices and the most honourable Privi Council of this Kingdom the election for mayor of Clonmel between Willaim COLE Esq and Jeremiah MORGAN Esq both of Clonmel and after a full debate [COLE won]NickR
FJ17901211NPDCOLEWilliamEsqIn Corke William COLE Esq merchant one of the Burgesses of that cityNickR
FJ1821511NPDCOLEWilliamEsqOn Tuesday, in Cork J W COLE Esq only son of William COLE Esq of CoveNickR
LC18261125NPMCOLEWilliamEsqAt Cove, on Tuesday morning, by the Rev Charles T. COGHLAN, the Rev. Thomas Lloyd COGHLAN, to Phillis Jane, eldests daughter of William COLE, esqNickR
LGA1819409NPDCOLEWilliamMrIn Waterford, Mr William COLE, formerly for many years and eminent English TeacherNickR
FJ1859225NPDCOLEWilliam February 19, at Shot Hall, Fermoy, Jane relict of Wiliam COLE, aged 85 yearsNickR
BNL1796328-01NPSCOLE CaptEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
WMT J1827712NPDCOLE Earl of EnniskillenAt Strabane, Isabella, wife of James Hamilton, Esq. of that town, daughter of the late Arthur Cole Hamilton, of Beltrum Castle, and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen. SdeM
FJ1768209-13NPDCOLE Hon MissThe remains of the Hon Miss COLE daughter of the late Lord Mount Florence who lately died in Bath, arrived in the Draper, McCulm from BristolNickR
LGA18051220NPDCOLE MrsOn Wednesday morning at St Patrick's Place Cork Mrs COLE wife of Charles COLE EsqNickR
LGA1815124NPDCOLEHURSTJohnEsqWednesday at Dripsey Castle Co Cork John COLEHURST EsqNickR
WMT J18271115NPMCOLEMANMargaretMissOn the 2th [sic] instant, in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Charles M'Mahon, of Monaghan, Esq., to Miss Margaret Coleman, of Dundalk. SdeM
LGA1807501NPACOLEMANMauriceRevMarrital claimsNickR
LC_LM1774303NPMCOLEMANThomasMrDublin: Mr. Thomas COLEMAN of Dundalk, to Miss Catherine BASLE of Cloughreagh.NickR
WMT J1823925NPMCOLEMAN DrDoctor Coleman, of Carrickmacross, to Miss Rose Anne, daughter to Mr. Thomas Sandys, of Harristown, County Louth.SdeM
FJ1830225NPMCOLEMAN V Rev DrOn the 22nd inst, by the Very Rev Dr COLEMAN VG, Hugh O'CALLAGHAN of Culloville, co Armagh Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of Thomas WALDRON Esq of Inn's QuayNickR
LC1834802NPDCOLERIDGESamuel TaylorEsqAt Highgate, London, Samuel Taylor COLERIGDE Esq aged 62NickR
LEP-CS1828422NPMCOLETHURSTCharlotte In Lucan Church, Lt-Col William Henry Moore HODDER, eldest son of William Henry Moore HODDER, of Hoddersfield, County Cork, Esq. to Charlotte daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir Nicholas Conway COLEHURST, Bart MP Ardrum CORNickR
LEP-CS1828422NPMCOLETHURSTNicholas ConwaySir BTIn Lucan Church, Lt-Col William Henry Moore HODDER, eldest son of William Henry Moore HODDER, of Hoddersfield, County Cork, Esq. to Charlotte daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir Nicholas Conway COLEHURST, Bart MP Ardrum CORNickR
WMT J1825120NPDCOLGANGeorgeEsqRather suddenly, on Monday evening last, at his house in Dawson-st., George Colgan, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18331107NPDCOLHOUNJEsqNov. 2, of a pulmonary affection, at his residence in Upper Temple-street, J. Colhoun, Esq., barrister-at-law. SdeM
LEP-CS1830122NPSCOLLWilliam Committed to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealingNickR
FJ1844618NPMCOLLESAEsqOn the 14th inst, at Cheltenham, Abraham COLLES Esq third son of the late A COLLES Esq MD of Stephen's Green to Anne Countess, eldest daughter of the late Francis HOPKINS Esq of Mitchelstown, co MeathNickR
FJ1844618NPMCOLLESAbrahamEsqOn the 14th inst, at Cheltenham, Abraham COLLES Esq third son of the late A COLLES Esq MD of Stephen's Green to Anne Countess, eldest daughter of the late Francis HOPKINS Esq of Mitchelstown, co MeathNickR
WMT J1834417NPMCOLLESJames Going On the 5th inst., in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Bernard Naylor, James Going Colles, of Lower Sherrard-street, to Rosa Caroline Naylor, youngest daughter of Thomas Naylor, Esq., of Upper Baggot-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMCOLLEYArthurRevOn the 19th ultimo, at the Cathedral of Ferns, by the Rev. George Jones, Rector of Kilnemaugh, Horatio Nelson Jones, of Quebec, merchant, Lower Canada, to Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. Arthur Colley, Rector of Tullamo, Queen's County. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMCOLLEYJane On the 19th ultimo, at the Cathedral of Ferns, by the Rev. George Jones, Rector of Kilnemaugh, Horatio Nelson Jones, of Quebec, merchant, Lower Canada, to Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. Arthur Colley, Rector of Tullamo, Queen's County. SdeM
FJ1850801NPMCOLLINGTONAnne Millward In St Peter's church, William George SWAN Esq MD of the staff Chatam to Anne Millward only daughter of Maj COLLINGTON of the RANickR
FJ1850801NPMCOLLINGTONJohn WheelerMajIn St Peter's church, William George SWAN Esq MD of the staff Chatam to Anne Millward only daughter of Maj COLLINGTON of the RA [Maj 19 Oct 1849, Capt 10 Jan 1837, Lt 29 Jul 1825, Ens 16 Dec 1816]NickR
LGA1812904NPMCOLLINSAnne By the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilfinnane church, on Saturday last, Hugh BRADY, of Temple Brady, county Limerick, Esq to Anne, eldest daughter of Stephen COLLINS, of Spring Lodge, in said county, EsqNickR
LC1827613NPMCOLLINSEliza On Saturday last, at Abbeyfeale, Joseph HAYES, Esq. eldest son of Patrick HAYES, Esq, to Eliza, third daughter of Stephen COLINS, of Grange House, county of Kerry, EsqNickR
LGA1818120NPMCOLLINSEliza Anne At Kilflyn, on the 11 instant, by the Rev James ELLARD, Dominick RONAYNE, Esq. of Harbourview, in the county Waterford, to Eliza Anne, daughter of the late Thomas COLLINS, Esq. of CharlevilleNickR
WMT J18281106NPMCOLLINSEllen (nee TENISON)MrsIn Mullabrac church, by the Rev. D. Donaldson, A.M., the Rev. Philip Ryan, A.B. to Ellen, relict of the late T. Collins, Esq. of Dublin, and daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Tenison, a Governor of the county Wicklow. SdeM
LC18271027NPBCOLLINSJohnEsqOn the 22d instant, at Deptford, on the eve of embarkation for New South Wales, the Lady of Harvey WILMAN, Esq. Captain in his Majesty's 57th Regiment of Foot, eldest daughter of John COLLINS, Esq. Land Waiter and Searcher in the Port of Cork, of a son.NickR
LC1799109NPMCOLLINSJohnMrLast Saturday, at Bruff, Mr John COLLINS, of Tipperary, to Miss BENNETT, daughter to Mr. Thomas BENNETTNickR
LGA18171003NPSCOLLINSJohnMrOn Fridy evening, Mr. John COLLINS, a most inoffensive man was wantonly attacked at the race course of Newcastle, by two men of this city, who beat hime in such a manner, as to cause his skull to be fractured, but from the timely assistance , and persevering attention of Surgeon FRANKLIN, there is every hopes of his speedy recovery.NickR
HDM1771912-14NPMCOLLINSMary At Asheaton, Rich TAYLOR of Rockaby Esq to Miss Mary COLLINS daughter of the rev Chantor COLLINS of BallyhomenNickR
LC18261108NPSCOLLINSMaurice On Sunday last, BENNETT, of the County Police, arrested in Charleville, under a warrant from George MASSY, Esq. Maurice COLLLINS, charged with violently assaulting Maurice HARTNETT, at Abbeyfeale, by which his skull was fractured.NickR

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Richard ALLEN  Elizabeth AUSTIN  Part 02
Samuel Adams AUSTIN  John BARRETT  Part 03
John Carter BARRETT  [Margaret] BELLINGHAM  Part 04
Alan BELLINGHAM  Samuel BENNETT  Part 05
Samuel BENNETT   BINDON  Part 06
BINDON  Handcock Stanley BOND  Part 07
Henry Coote BOND  R BOYCE  Part 08
R BOYCE  Henry BRISCOE  Part 09
Henry BRISCOE  Mary Ann BURKE  Part 10
Mary Elizabeth BURKE   CAMPION  Part 11
James CANE  Henry G CASHEL  Part 12
Henry G CASHEL  Robert M CHAMNEY  Part 13
Sarah CHAMNEY  Marshal CLARKE  Part 14
Mary Anne CLARKE  Maurice COLLINS  Part 15
Patrick COLLINS  Charles COOTE  Part 16
Charles COOTE  JC [recte Charles John] COOTE  Part 17
John COOTE  Richard COX  Part 18
Robert COX  Catherine CROKER  Part 19
Catherine CROKER  Georgina (nee MONCK) CROKER  Part 20
Georgina (nee MONK) CROKER  John Wilson CROKER  Part 21
John Wilson CROKER  Walter CROKER  Part 22
William CROKER  Edward CUSACK  Part 23
Frances Catherine CUSACK  James Godfrey DE BURGH  Part 24
James Godfrey DE BURGH  Thomas DIXON  Part 25
William DIXON  Browning DREW  Part 26
Caroline Jane DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 27
Pierce William DREW  Thomas Alexander DWYER  Part 28
William DWYER   ESQ  Part 29
ESQ  David FERGUSON  Part 30
Eliza FERGUSON   FITZGIBBON  Part 31
John FITZ-GIBBON  Chichester FORTESCUE  Part 32
Chichester the elder FORTESCUE  David GALAVAN  Part 33
Ellen GALAVAN  Walter GLASCOCK  Part 34
John GLASCOTT  Nicholas GOSLIN  Part 35
Elizabeth GOSS  Edward GRAY  Part 36
George GRAY  William L GUINNESS  Part 37
GUINNESS  Anna Margaret HARDING  Part 38
Arabella HARDING  Mountiford John HAY  Part 39
Philip HAY  Anna HICKEY  Part 40
Bridget HICKEY  Eleanor Frances Carleton HOLMES  Part 41
Ellen HOLMES  Jane HORNIDGE  Part 42
John HORNIDGE  Cornelius HYDE  Part 43
George HYDE   JERVEISE  Part 44
W H JERVIS  Jane K[EAN]E  Part 45
John K[EAN]E  Miles KEON  Part 46
Miles KEON  Edy LACY  Part 47
Frantz Territz LACY  Charles LAURENT  Part 48
Amelia LAW  John LEE  Part 49
John LEE   LEIGH  Part 50
LEIGH  Richard LLOYD  Part 51
Richard Pennefather LLOYD  John Charles LYONS  Part 52
Margaret LYONS  Daniel MAHONY  Part 53
Daniel MAHONY  Eliza Rosetta MASSEY DAWSON  Part 54
J H MASSEY DAWSON  William Thomas MAUNSELL  Part 55
William Wray MAUNSELL  Margaret Frances M'CREADY  Part 56
Thomas M'CREADY  Mark Anthony MILLS  Part 57
William MILLS  Hannah MONSELL[MAUNSELL]  Part 58
William Thomas MONSELL[MAUNSELL]  Richard MORRIS  Part 59
Richard MORRIS  Job NEAL  Part 60
Peter Lindsay NEAL  Cornelius O'BRIEN  Part 61
Cornelius O'BRIEN  Standish O'GRADY  Part 62
Standish O'GRADY   ORMSBY  Part 63
ORMSBY  William PATTON  Part 64
Anne PAUL  Lovel PENNELL  Part 65
Meliscent PENNELL  [nee WEEKES] PHILLIPS  Part 66
Arabella PHILLIPS  Margaret PRATT  Part 67
PRATT  Giles REA  Part 68
Helen Anderson REA   RICHARDS  Part 69
[Thomas] RICHARDSON  Michael ROGERS  Part 70
Richard Henry ROGERS  Catherine Anne RYAN  Part 71
Charlotte RYAN  L SANDES  Part 72
Lancelot SANDES  Robert SHEA  Part 73
Thomas SHEA  Thomas SLOANE  Part 74
Richard SMALLMAN  Richard SPREAD  Part 75
Thomas D SPREAD  Edward STRANGMAN  Part 76
Eliza STRANGMAN  Joseph SWAN  Part 77
Joseph SWAN  John TANDY  Part 78
Mary TANDY  Robert Hancock TEMPLE  Part 79
Vesey TEMPLE  Chauncy Hare TOWNSEND  Part 80
Christopher TOWNSEND  Benjamin UNTHANK  Part 81
Deborah UNTHANK  Jemima Julia WALDRON  Part 82
Jeoffrey WALDRON  John Croker WALSHE  Part 83
William Henry WALTON  Katherine WESTROPP  Part 84
Ralph WESTROPP  Catherine WILKINSON  Part 85
George WILKINSON  Margaret WILSON  Part 86
Margaret (?nee LE BAS ow TWIGG) WILSON  Toler Kingsley WOLFE  Part 87
Toler Kingsley WOLFE    Part 88
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