King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 24

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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LC1769522NPSDREWRingroseEsqLast Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
FJ1787927-29NPDDREWRingroseEsqAt his house near Limerick, Ringrose DREW EsqNickR
LC18031109NPMDREWRingroseEsqA few days ago at Kiloscane? co Tipperary Ringrose DREW of Drewsborough co Clare Esq to Miss Alica WILLINGTON daughter of John WILLINGTON EsqNickR
LC1826118NPSDREWRingroseEsqA few days ago, a number of persons assembled on the lands of Drewsboro', near Scariff, and feloneously cut down, and carried off several fine trees, the property of Ringrose DREW, Esq. Three of the depredators have been arrested, and committed to gaol, by the Rev. Wm. HULEATT.NickR
LEP-CS18301221NPSDREWRingroseEsqThe Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint Ringrose DREW, of Drewsborough, Esq., to the Commission of the Peace for the County of ClareNickR
LC1833727NPMDREWRingroseEsqOn Wednesday, at Anne's church, Dublin, Francis DREW Esq son of Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, co Clare, to the Hon Margaret Everina, fourth daughter of the late and sister of the present Lord MASSYNickR
LC1835211NPDDREWRingroseEsqOn Sunday Last, at Drewsboro', Scariff, to the regret of his family and friends, Ringrose DREW EsqNickR
FJ1835213NPDDREWRingroseEsqOn Sunday last, at Drewsborough, co Clare, Ringrose DREW EsqNickR
LT1836514NPMDREWRingroseEsqOn Saturday last (12/5), at the Cathedral of Killaloe, Capt TULLY to Francis daughter of the late Ringrose DREW of Drewsborrough, co Clare, EsqNickR
LT1836514NPMDREWRingroseEsqOn Saturday morning (12/5), by the Rev Thomas ST GEORGE, at the Cathedral of Killaloe, Capt TULLY to Francis daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborrough, co ClareNickR
LT1836728NPMDREWRingroseEsqOn Saturday (23/7), at the Cathedral Killaloe, by the Rev Joseph GABBETT, the Rev Robert William NISBETT MA of O'Gonoloe Glebe, co Clare, to Alicia Willington, second daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same coNickR
FJ1844105NPMDREWRingroseEsqOn the 2d inst, in Limerick, Kyvas TULLY Esq second son of Capt TULLY of the RN to Elizabeth youngest daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, co ClareNickR
FJ1799921NPNDREWRingrose County Clare - We approve the union - Ringrose DREW DrewsboroughNickR
LC1832208NPN/SDREWRingrose List on Magistrates appointed .. Limerick ... John CROKER, Rev Edw CROKER ... Rev C COOTE ... Clare ... Ringrose DREW ...NickR
LC1799424NPADREWRobert Went off from his friends the 18th Instant, at Drumlohan, near Croom, Robert DREW, about five feet ten inches high, subject to Fits, black hair, wore a white waistcoat, a green inside ditto, and grey frize breeches:— whoever gives intelligence of him so as he may be found, will be well rewarded on applying at said place. April 24, 1799.NickR
FJ1844503NPDDREWRobert Henry On the 23d ult, in Belfast, Robert Henry, son of the Rev Thomas DREWNickR
LC1834705NPDDREWSamuelEsqAt Bishop's Castle, Capt James Rogers DREW RN only son of Samuel DREW EsqNickR
FJ18191124NPMDREWSamuel BrowningRevOn the 18th inst, at Kilshannick church, co Cork, the Rev John Browning DREW to Mary youngest daughter of Colonel FOOTE of Milfort, MallowNickR
LGA1820407NPSDREWSamuel BrowningRevThe Earl of Kingston has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Samuel Browning DREW, one of his Lordship's domestic chaplainsNickR
FJ1823124NPDDREWSamuel BrowningRevOn the 11th inst, at Beechmont, co Cork, after giving birth to a son Mary, wife of the Rev Sam Browning DREWNickR
FJ1843912NPMDREWSamuel BrowningRevOn the 5th inst, in Limerick, John J RUSSELL Esq MD, Surgeon of the 36th Regt, to Mary only daughter of the Rev Browning DREW of Victoria TeraceNickR
FJ1849521NPDDREWSamuel BrowningRevApril 24, at sea off Cape de Gaet, on board the Apollo troop-ship, Mary, wife of John J RUSSELL Esq surgeon of the 30th Regt, and only daughter of the Rev B DREW, rector of the union of Kiltallagh, co KerryNickR
LC1827714NPDDREWSamuel PaoliDrIn Dublin, aged 20 years, John, third son of the late Doctor Paoli DREW, of FermoyNickR
FJ1848122NPDDREWSamuel PaoliDrOn the 15th inst, at Ahanboy, co Waterford, Samuel P DREW Esq third son of the late Dr DREW of Rockville, FermoyNickR
FJ1848122NPDDREWSamuel PaoliEsqOn the 15th inst, at Ahanboy, co Waterford, Samuel P DREW Esq third son of the late Dr DREW of Rockville, FermoyNickR
FJ1856519NPDDREWSamuel PaoliEsq MDMay 11, at Fermoy, Elizabeth relict of Samuel P DREW Esq MDNickR
LGA18171223NPDDREWSarahMrsAt Drewscourt Francis LANGFORD Meade Esq only son of the late Lloyd LANGFORD Esq whose estates in the co Limerick and Wales devolve onto his sisters Mrs JONES and Mrs DREWNickR
FJ18171227NPDDREWSarahMrsAt Drewscourt Francis LANGFORD Meade Esq only son of the late Lloyd LANGFORD Esq whose estates in the co Limerick and Wales devolve onto his sisters Mrs JONES and Mrs DREWNickR
FJ1849405NPDDREWSarah (nee RYAN)MrsMarch 31, in Limerick, Mrs DREW, widow of George DREW Esq and mother of the Rev Dr DREW of BelfastNickR
LEP-CS183335NPDDREWSimonEsqat Kilrush of a decline, Simon DREW esq son of Mr George DREW of DunmoreNickR
LGA1809809NPMDREWSusanHonLately at St George Hanover Sq London Rev Archibald Edward DOUGLAS rector of Carallway and Ougtreagh in Ireland to the Rt Hon Lady Susan DREW daut of the Earl of DUNMORENickR
FJ1784703-06NPMDREWSusanMissAt Corke, William HARRIS Esq of Bishopstown to Miss Susan DREW of the county WaterfordNickR
LC17751218NPDDREWSusannaMissIn Birr, Mr. Wm. BRETT, merchant, to Miss Susanna DREWNickR
FJ1843622NPDDREWTankerville CEsqOn the 15th inst, at Cove, Tankerville C DREW Esq late of the 45th Regt, second son of the late Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop, co WaterfordNickR
LC1824619NPBDREWTankerville ChamberlainEsqAt Millbrook Cottage, County Waterford, the Lady of Tankerville C DREW, Esq. of a son and heir.NickR
LC1827825NPBDREWTankerville ChamberlainEsqAt Millbrook Cottage, County Waterford, the Lady of Tankerville Chamberlaine DREW, Esq of a sonNickR
FJ1851925NPMDREWTankerville ChamberlainEsqSeptember 17, at Stockwell, Surrey, W T F M INGALL Esq of the stock exchange, London, to Helen only daughter of the late Lt T C DREW of the co WaterfordNickR
FJ1822823NPMDREWTankerville ChamberlainEsq, LtOn Thursday, at Clandilane church, by the Rev William RYDER, Tankerville Chamberlain DREW Esq, Lt of the 45th Regt and 2nd son of the late Francis DREW, to the amiable and accomplished Miss ELMORE 2nd daughter of the late Capt ELMORE HEICS, of HollyhillNickR
LEP-CS1830402NPBDREWTankerville PEsqAt Whitepoint, near Cove, the Lady of Tankerville P DREW, Esq. of a sonNickR
FJ1855305NPBDREWThomasMrFebruary 27, in London, the wife of Mr Thomas DREW of a sonNickR
FJ1828419NPSDREWThomasRevThe Church; At an ordination held Sun last in St Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rt Rev the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, the following gentlemen were ordained : Priests for the Diocese of Connor — Rev Thomas DREW, AB Curate of Skerry and RathcavenNickR
LEP-CS1829331NPMDREWThomasRevIn St George's church, Dublin by the Rev C OSBORNE, the Rev Thomas DREW, of Bullimont, to Isabella, second daughter of the late J K DALTON EsqNickR
FJ1830224NPBDREWThomasRevAt Broughshane, the lady of the Rev Thomas DREW of a daughterNickR
LC1832613NPBDREWThomasRevAt Broughslane, the lady of the Rev Thomas DREW, of a daughterNickR
LC18341119NPDDREWThomasRevIn Nicholas Street, Dublin, aged 28, Geo L DREW son of the late Mr George DREW of Patrick Street, and brother of the Rev Thomas DREW of BelfastNickR
LS1840103NPBDREWThomasRevAt Belfast, the lady of the Rev Thomas DREW of a sonNickR
LS1841329NPBDREWThomasRevAt Victoria Place, Belfast, the lady of the Rev Thomas DREW of a sonNickR
FJ1844503NPDDREWThomasRevOn the 23d ult, in Belfast, Robert Henry, son of the Rev Thomas DREWNickR
FJ18521021NPDDREWThomasRevOctober 15, in Belfast, Isabella daughter of the Rev T DREWNickR
FJ1842726NPBDREWThomasRev DrIn Belfast the lady of the Rev Dr DREW of a sonNickR
FJ1844906NPBDREWThomasRev DrOn the 3d inst, in Belfast the lady of the Rev Dr DREW of a daughterNickR
FJ1849405NPDDREWThomasRev DrMarch 31, in Limerick, Mrs DREW, widow of George DREW Esq and mother of the Rev Dr DREW of BelfastNickR
LGA18191102NPSDREWThomas Yesterday, at a meeting of the subscribers to the Limerick Mercantile Society, it was Resolved that Subscriptions to the library, be immediately entered into, and that the following Committee be appopinted for carring the same into effect:—
Samuel FURNELL,
George H. IEVERS
William GLOVER
Captain O'SHAUGHNESSY
Michael LYNCH
J. A. MEADE
Thomas DREW, Secretary.
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FJ1829513NPADREWW M National Tribute to Mr O'CONNOR - Cove of Cork ... W M DREW £1 ...NickR
LC1835901NPMDREWWalterEsqAt St Pancreas, the Rev WJ John LEACH of Upper Howick Street, Connought Square to Harriet eldest daughter of Walter DREW Esq of Gower Street, Bedford SquareNickR
HDM17701030-1NPDDREWwife of Ambrose In Bridge Street the wife of Mr Ambrose DREW woolen draperNickR
LGA18171209NPDDREWWilliamCaptAt Eymouth, aged 77, Wm. DREW Esq, formerly Captain in the Nabob of Arcot's artilleryNickR
LGA1818612NPDDREWWilliamMrThis morning in Mary Street, Mr William DREW, bakerNickR
LC1822109NPDDREWWilliamMrsIn Mary Street, Mrs DREW, relict of the late Mr. William DREW, bakerNickR
LGA18131210NPADREWWilliam List of limerick BakersNickR
LC1825108NPSDREWWilliam Quarter Sessions 7 Jan ... William DREW, for assaulting Michael CARROL at Clarina, was acquitted, the prosecutor failing to identify himNickR
FJ18451031NPDDREW CaptOn the 23d of October, at Elmsworth, Charlotte Whybrew, youngest daughter of the late Capt DREW of the 28th RegtNickR
FJ18451118NPMDREW Capt RNOn the 20th of May, at Horbart Town, Robert CROOKS, Esq third son of William CROKS Esq of Derreen, co Cork, to Caaroline Jane, eldset daughter of Capt DREW of the Royal NavyNickR
FJ1809407NPSDREW DrCork Assizes — DREW v BARRETTs – This was an action for damages, brought by the plaintiff, who is a Physician in the town of Mallow, against the defendants, who are Apothecaries of the same place, in consequence of interfering with his practice using insulting language, and provoking the plaintiff to fight a duel, by thrusting the butt end of a pistol at his face. One of the defendants, it appeared, had prescribed some medicines for a Lady in that neighbourhood, whom the plaintiff considered one of his patients, which induced him to remonstrate with defendants — but this remonstration was received in a manner as laid the foundation for the present action. After going into a variety of evidence on both sides, to prove and defend the allegations, and after a clear and appropriate charge of the Judge, the Jury retired, and brought in a verdict against the defendants of £425 dmages, with costsNickR
FJ1823731cNPDDREW DrDeath of physicians in consequence of fever contracted in the discharge of their duties in public institutions. We feel great regret in announcing the death of Dr DREW at the premature age of 21 yrs. The early indication he had given of professional skill joined to his studious habits, bade fair to render him a valuableacquisition to his profession. ... Dr DREW's death was occasioned by a violent fever, which he had taken in the first visit he made in his capacity of physician to the despensary, which we noticed his appointment a fortnight since — his death therefore has left a vacancy in the medical department of that valuabl institution — Cork AdvertiserNickR
LS1841816NPSDREW DrReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREWNickR
LS1838918NPBDREW Hon MrsAt Drewsborough, the Hon Mrs DREW of a sonNickR
FJ1825622NPBDREW LtAt Poona the lady of Lt DREW 67th Regt of a still born male childNickR
FJ1774730-02NPMDREW MissMr John KEOGH silk mercer to Miss DREWNickR
LGA1806506NPDDREW MissOn Saturday last in the prime of her life Miss DREW daughter of the late George Purdon DREW Esq of Coolrane Co Clare a young lady possessed of the most amiable disposition and much regretted by all who knew herNickR
LC1769220NPSDREW Mr[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
FJ1769408-11NPN/SDREW MrDublin 11 Apr – 9th] Capt CROKER arrived from Hollyhead in the Besborough Packet for which place she sailed on the 6th with Capt MANBY, Mess NESBIT, CAMPBELL, SWEETMAN, JOHNSON, DREW and brother.NickR
CG HA1789420NPSDREW MrEnnis, April 14. early this morning James SCALLOWT clerk at Mr. DREW's new bake-house, got up to admit the workmen, sat on the bed from whence he arose but a few minutes before (seemingly in perfect health) and expired without a groan.NickR
LC1801429NPADREW MrTo be Set
For any number of years, from the 1st day of May next, the entire front and back houses, now occupied by Mr. DREW, Baker, nearly opposite the Main Guard. Apply to Mr. HOMAN, Newtown Pery.
Limerick, April 22, 1801.
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LGA1819901NPSDREW MrCommittals — By Ald MORONY, to the city Jail, Pat HAYES for robbing Mr DREWNickR
LGA18191008NPSDREW MrAttack on the house of Mr DREW, ClarinaNickR
LGA18111105NPDDREW MrsAt Tallow Mrs DREW relict of the late George DREW EsqNickR
LGA18111203NPDDREW MrsA few days ago at Curryglass co Waterford Mrs DREW relict of the late John DREW Esq of Drewslodge in this countyNickR
LGA1815616NPDDREW MrsOn Wednesday last (14/6) at Stormont, in this county, the seat of John Cuffe KELLY Esq, Mrs DREW relict of the late Barry DREW Esq of Drewscourt in this countyNickR
LH18321001NPDDREW MrsAt Bandon, of a sudden and rapid attack of cholera, Mrs DREWNickR
LC1834705NPDDREW MrsAr Scariff, co Clare, Mrs DREW widow of the late Lambert DREW EsqNickR
HDM1769408NPNDREW  Capt CROKER arrived from Holyhead in the Besborough Packet, for which place she sailed the 6th with Capt MANBY, messers NESBIT, CAMPBELL, SWEETMAN, JOHNSON, DREW and brotherNickR
LC1826527NPSDREW  In the County Sheriffs' Court of Cork the same day [Thursday], in RYAN v. DREW, plaintiff was awarded 25l damages against the defendant, for assaulting him at the Ovens races. Judgement moved by default.NickR
LC1834621NPADREW  Limerick School - The Rev John HOGG formerly scholar of Dublin College, Principal ... three DREW children mentionedNickR
LH1832510NPMDREWEBrowningRevTuesday morning, at Killeentierna church, co Kerry, by the Rev Mr WARE, the Rev Browning DREW, to Anne daughter of Richard Townsend HERBERT, Esq of Cahernane houseNickR
LC1834607NPDDREWE Lt ColAt Weumouth, Lt Col DREWE, aged 54NickR
FJ1858914NPMDREWE MajSeptember 9, at Slinfold, Sussex, Maj DREWE of the Depot Battalion, to Louisa Anne, eldest daughter of the Rev F VINCENT, rector of SlinfoldNickR
LC1773816NPMDRINANEJohannaMissLast Tuesday at Charleville, Mr Patrick QUINLAN to Miss Johanna DRINANE of KilnaleaNickR
FJ1807512NPMDRINGRobertRevThe Rev Joseph JERVOIS of Bandon to Miss DRING second daughter of the late Rev Robert DRING of RocksgroveNickR
LGA1807519NPMDRINGRobertRevOn Wednesday morning at Cove Church, the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, of Bandon, to Miss DRING, second daughter of the late Rev Robert DRING, of Rockgrove, CorkNickR
FJ1855413NPMDRINGSimonEsqApril 10, at Knocany, Simon DRING Esq of Rockgrove, co Cork, to Henrietta, daughter of the late J GUBBINS Esq of Kilruh, co LimerickNickR
FJ1807512NPMDRING MissThe Rev Joseph JERVOIS of Bandon to Miss DRING second daughter of the late Rev Robert DRING of RocksgroveNickR
LGA1807519NPMDRING MissOn Wednesday morning at Cove Church, the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, of Bandon, to Miss DRING, second daughter of the late Rev Robert DRING, of Rockgrove, CorkNickR
LGA1817606NPSDRISCOLL  Potato warNickR
LGA1817606NPSDRISCOLL  Committed
By the Rev. James ELLARD, John AHERN, charged with robbery.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. Robert HOLMES, Henry HOLMES, and James LEO, charged with assulting DRISCOLLs.
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FJ1855125NPMDROUGHTAdolphusRevJanuary 16, in the parish church Ardarhan, co Galway, by the Rev Adolphus DROUGHT, Sarah eldest daughter of Mr Samuel ELLIS, of Garryland, Gort to Michael TAYLOR Esq, ArdrahanNickR
FJ1835619NPMDROUGHTPhilip FEsqOn Tuesday last, Philip F DROUGHT of Firville, co Tipperary, Esq to Margaret Elizabeth sixth daughter of the late Rev John GRAVES of Fortwilliam, co LimerickNickR
FJ1818220NPDDRUERichardEsqOn the 10th inst, at Dunsilly, co Antrim, Richard DRUE Esq aged 77 (see Richard DREW 12 Aug 1789)NickR
LS1839409NPMDRUITTEdwardEsqAt St peter's church, Dublin, Edward DRUITT Esq of Partsonstown, to Mary eldest daughter of Thomas BEWLEY Esq of Whitechurch, co DublinNickR
WMT J18241104NPMDRURYRichardRevThis morning, in St. Bridget's Church by the Rev. Richard Drury, John Drew, of the County of Cork, Esq., to Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Dempsey, of Stephen-street.SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMDRURY Rev DrOn the 6th inst. at Bride's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Drury, Mr. Wm. Denhame, of Ranelagh, Wine and Spirit Merchant, to Margaret Catherine, only daughter of the late James Campbell, of Rathkenny House, County Meath, Esq. SdeM
LC1779425NPN/SDU CARY EsqYesterday __ DU CARY Esq and Eyre COOTE Esq son to the Rev Dean COOTE were admitted and sworn barristers at law in the high court of ChanceryNickR
HDM1769815-17NPMDU CROSSAnneMissMr James CRAWFORD of Tullamore Kings Co to Miss Anne DU CROSS of Montague StreetNickR
FJ18601004NPSDU MONTIERMarie Joseph Paul Yves Roch GilbertMarquis de LafayetteDeath of an Aged Indian.—John O'BRIEN Shenandoah died in Albany County Hospital on the 20th ult. His father, John O'BRIEN, was an Irishman, and emigrated to this country in 1745, and soon after married a squaw of the Stockbridge (Mass.) tribe of Indians. John was borb 1751, and his father being a man of means sent him to France for his education. He returned to this country in the same vessel which brought LAFAYETTE, and took an active part in many of the battles of the Revolution. Although 109 years at the time of his death, he retained all his faculties, except his sight, to the last.—New York Tablet.NickR
LGA1817617NPSDUANEWilliam Committed by the Rev J CROKER, Wm DUANE charged with house breaking and riotously assembly in arms on the night of 12th instNickR
WMT J18251229NPMDUBERDUAEsqAt Ennis Church, by the Rev. M. Fitzgerald, A. Duberdu, Esq. to Susanna, second daughter of R. Keane, of Beech Park, Ennis, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251222NPMDUCKETTGeorge PenroseEsqOn Tuesday, the 6th instant, in Peter's Church, George Hartford, Esq., third son of W. Hartford, Esq. of Grange House, County Kilkenny, to Mary, daughter of George Penrose Duckett, Esq. of Baggot-street. SdeM
WMT J18251222NPMDUCKETTMary On Tuesday, the 6th instant, in Peter's Church, George Hartford, Esq., third son of W. Hartford, Esq. of Grange House, County Kilkenny, to Mary, daughter of George Penrose Duckett, Esq. of Baggot-street. SdeM
LGA1818220NPSDUCKETTRichard MayberryEsqNathaniel TAYLOR, of Noan, Esq. has been appointed High Sheriff, and Richard Mayberry DUCKETT, Esq Under Sheriff fo the county Tipperary, for the present year.NickR
LGA18161018NPMDUDDELLJohnRevBy the Rev John DUDDELL, at George's Church Mr James MYLES of the house of Messrs MYLES Thormond Gate, to Sarah daughter of Mr William TAYLOR of Ballincurra near this cityNickR
LEP-CS18301005NPMDUDDELLJohnRevAt St Munchins Church Limerick on Saturday morning, by the Rev John DUDDELL and afterwards by the Very Rev P HOGAN PP James STEPHENS Esq of Galway to Julia daughter of the late Rev Henry I INGRAM rector of Kilmurry and Garison Chaplain of LimerickNickR
WMT J1826601NPDDUDGEONAlexanderEsqOn the 25th inst., at Woodbine Lodge, in the County of Longford, after a long protracted illness, sincerely regretted by a numerous family, Mrs. Dudgeon, wife of Alexander Dudgeon, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251020NPDDUDGEON MrsMrs. Dudgeon, Merchant's-quay. SdeM
WMT J1826601NPDDUDGEON MrsOn the 25th inst., at Woodbine Lodge, in the County of Longford, after a long protracted illness, sincerely regretted by a numerous family, Mrs. Dudgeon, wife of Alexander Dudgeon, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824826NPDDUFF CaptAt Lucan, on Monday, the 16th instant, Mrs. Duff, wife of Captain Duff, County Dublin Regt. of Militia.SdeM
WMT J18261109NPMDUFF CaptIn Lucan Church, on Monday last, Miss Corry, of Viewmount, County of Dublin, to Captain and Adjutant Duff, County Dublin Regiment of Militia. SdeM
WMT J1824826NPDDUFF MrsAt Lucan, on Monday, the 16th instant, Mrs. Duff, wife of Captain Duff, County Dublin Regt. of Militia.SdeM
WMT J1826112NPDDUGDALEBennettEsqOn the 10th inst. at his house in Belvidere-place, Bennett Dugdale, Esq. For nearly half a century Mr. Dugdale was an eminent Bookseller in this city ... SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMDUGGAN[ ]MrAt St. Finn Barr's, by the Rev. Mr. Egan, Mr. John Hawkes, of Melane, to Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. [ ] Duggan, of Belgooley. SdeM
LGA1820414NPSDUGGANDaniel Execution of those convicted of robbing John LEONickR
LGA1814218NPMDUGGANHannah On Sunday, at Kanturk, Connell Holmes O'CONNELL, Esq, only son of David O'CONNELL, Esq, Kilcearcan, near Kanturk, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John DUGGAN, jun, Esq of Strangfort, near Newmarket, both of the co CorkNickR
LGA1814218NPMDUGGANJohnEsqOn Sunday, at Kanturk, Connell Holmes O'CONNELL, Esq, only son of David O'CONNELL, Esq, Kilcearcan, near Kanturk, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John DUGGAN, jun, Esq of Strangfort, near Newmarket, both of the co CorkNickR
WMT J1827222NPMDUGGANMary Anne At St. Finn Barr's, by the Rev. Mr. Egan, Mr. John Hawkes, of Melane, to Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. [ ] Duggan, of Belgooley. SdeM
LGA1820523NPSDUGGANMichael Committals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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LC1834823NPDDUHEGGBartholemewEsqAfter a short illness, in Westland Row, Dublin, Mrs Maryanne DUHEGG, widow of the late Bartholemew DUHEGG Esq Barrister-at-law, and only surviving daughter of the late George MONTGOMERY of Killee Castle, co CorkNickR
LC1834823NPDDUHEGGMaryanne (nee MONTGOMERY)MrsAfter a short illness, in Westland Row, Dublin, Mrs Maryanne DUHEGG, widow of the late Bartholemew DUHEGG Esq Barrister-at-law, and only surviving daughter of the late George MONTGOMERY of Killee Castle, co CorkNickR
WMT J1827111NPDDUIGENANEstherMrsAt her house in Sandymount, near Dublin, on Saturday last, Esther, widow of the late Hon. Patrick Duigenan. SdeM
WMT J1825217NPDDUIGENANJohnMDOn the 8th inst. at his house in Marlborough-st. in the 27th year of his age, of contagious catarrhal fever, John Duigenan, M.D. and Licentiate of the King and Queen's College of Physicians in Ireland. SdeM
WMT J1827111NPDDUIGENANPatrickHonAt her house in Sandymount, near Dublin, on Saturday last, Esther, widow of the late Hon. Patrick Duigenan. SdeM
FJ1831910NPMDUKEAlicia At Ballymoate church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831913NPMDUKEAlicia At Ballymote church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
CMC1808504NPDDUKEEdward Yesterday evening, in Fair Lane, Mary DUKE, relict of the late Edward DUKE, of Bandon, aged 105 years; she enjoyed the happiness of seeing 177 of her Children, Grand Children, and Great Grand Children; and was perfect in her intellect to the last moment.NickR
CMC1808504NPDDUKEMary Yesterday evening, in Fair Lane, Mary DUKE, relict of the late Edward DUKE, of Bandon, aged 105 years; she enjoyed the happiness of seeing 177 of her Children, Grand Children, and Great Grand Children; and was perfect in her intellect to the last moment.NickR
FJ1831910NPMDUKERobert KEsqAt Ballymoate church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831913NPMDUKERobert KEsqAt Ballymote church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LEP-CS18281007NPMDUMASThomasEsqOn Tuesday, in the parish of Killarny by the Rev Arthur HYDE his third son George HYDE Esq Lt RN to Eunice eldest daughter of Capt HOY Royal Marines and niece to Thomas DUMAS Esq of Killarny solicitorNickR
LC1824410NPSDUMAS Capt (Police)That notorious offender, Tim NEAL, was on Wednesday night apprehended by Captain DUMAS's Police, fter evading justice for many years, during which time the most indefatigable exertions were used to apprehend him, but without success—he was on Thursday carried before Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of Kenmare Castle, who commited him to the Bridewell at Bruff.NickR
Pue'sO17511231NPMDUNBARCharlesEsqLast week, Charles DUNBAR Esq was married to Miss Penelope MORGAN, daughter of Mark Anthony MORGAN Esq ...NickR
LEP-CS1828506NPMDUNBARWilliamEsqAt Rathcloheen, county Tipperary, Wm. DUNBAR, Esq, of Cork, to Anne, daughter of the late James MATHEW, EsqNickR
LC18251123NPSDUNCAND Three Sailors DrownedNickR
Dub Mer Adv1825919NPDDUNDASDSirDeath of Mrs POLE WELLESLEY.—We regret to state that the lady of Tylney Long Pole WELLESLEY departed this life on Monday morning, about eleven o'clock, at Richmond. For some time she had been indisposed, and, under the direction of of her medical advisers, went about eight days since to reside on Richmond-hill, where she was attended by Dir D. DUNDAS. On Friday she was able to walk about, and her death on Monday was somewhat sudden. It is now just fifteen years since this Lady married Mr. WELLESLEY, and brought him a princely dower of Eighty Thousand Pounds per annum.NickR
LC1827314NPDDUNDASDavidSir BtAt her house, at Richmond, Surrey, Lady DUNDAS, widow of the late Sir David DUNDAS, Bart.NickR
FJ1849616NPMDUNDASFrancisEsqJune 11, at Clontarf, Richard Croker RUSSELL, Esq of the Royal Navy, to Henrietta Elizabeth, second daughter of Francis DUNDAS Esq late Capt in the 81st regtNickR
FJ1849616NPMDUNDASHenrietta Elizabeth June 11, at Clontarf, Richard Croker RUSSELL, Esq of the Royal Navy, to Henrietta Elizabeth, second daughter of Francis DUNDAS Esq late Capt in the 81st regtNickR
LGA1816913NPSDUNDOONThomas See Messrs CROKERNickR
LGA1820317NPSDUNDORY  Limerick Assizes - County Record Court -- DUNDORY v REDDAN — For recovery of £15 15s 9d for the purchase of wheat from the plaintiff, It appeared in the evidence that a ticket stating the weight and amount, had been delivered to the plaintiff, which he handed to the cashier for payment, and some short time having elapsed before he was called on, he had left the office—another person answered to the name, and received the money: there was a verdict in ful for the plaintiff, and 6d costs. A criminal information may be taken agaist the unknown swindler in this case.NickR
FJ1819625NPMDUNLAPJames BeersEsqOn the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount StreetNickR
FJ1819625NPMDUNLAP MajOn the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount StreetNickR
LC1823809NPSDUNLAY MrsAt the Sessions under the Insurrection Act, held at Cork, on Wednesday, Catherine WELSH, a decent-looking female, was tried for administering an unlawful oath, and threatening Mrs. DUNLAY with destruction, if she did not discharge a pensioner, who lived in her house. John LONG was also tried for being absent from his dwelling the night the Dripsey Mills were attacked. They were both convicted, and sentenced to seven years transportation.NickR
WMT J1825818NPMDUNLEVIECharlesEsqOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. Doctor Sadlier, S.F.T.C.D., John Dunlevie, Esq., third son of Chas. Dunlevie, Esq., Collector of Dundalk, to Dorothea Jane, youngest daughter and co-heiress of the late T. Maunsell, of Plassey, in the Liberties of Limerick, and sister to Mr. Robert Hedges Maunsell of Plassey. SdeM
WMT J1825818NPMDUNLEVIEJohnEsqOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. Doctor Sadlier, S.F.T.C.D., John Dunlevie, Esq., third son of Chas. Dunlevie, Esq., Collector of Dundalk, to Dorothea Jane, youngest daughter and co-heiress of the late T. Maunsell, of Plassey, in the Liberties of Limerick, and sister to Mr. Robert Hedges Maunsell of Plassey. SdeM
LGA1820825NPDDUNLEVIEStephenRevOn Sunday last, on the Blackrock Road, Cork, the Rev Stephen DUNLEVIE, A. M. late rector of Kilmore in the Diocese of Cork, and Vicar of Ungare in the Diocese of LimerickNickR
FJ1857227NPSDUNLOPDurhamMrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
FJ1801107NPMDunlow Rt Hon VisctFrancis DREW of Drewsborough Co Clare to Miss EYRE, Sister of Colonel EYRE, niece to the late Rt Hon Lord EYRE and first cousin to the Rt Hon Viscount Dunlow with a fortune above 20000£ including landed propertyNickR
FJ1825920NPMDUNMANTAnna MariaMlleOn the 14th inst in the parish church of Ballyaulter, Mr Joseph LEE of Castleward, to Mlle Anna Maria DUNMANT of the city of Geneva, SwitzerlandNickR
WMT J18231002NPDDUNNAnneMrsAt Rathfarnham, Mrs. Anne Dunn, late of Sackville-street.SdeM
WMT J1823227NPDDUNNElizabeth On the 27th ult., at the house of A. Moens, Esq., Park-street, Bristol, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Dunn, Esq., K.C.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPMDUNNJRevOn the 24th inst. at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. J. Dunn, Captain Meara, of the R.N., to Grace, daughter of the late W. Kean, Esq., of Clontarf.SdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDUNNJosiasMrsee Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
LEP-CS1832124NPMDUNNMary On Saturday, at Charleville, by the Rev. Edmond LOMBARD, the Rev. William BENN, L. L. D. Vicar of Kilmoylan, to Mary, second daughter of The Rev. William DUNN, Rector of Charleville.NickR
LEP-CS1832124NPMDUNNWilliamRevOn Saturday, at Charleville, by the Rev. Edmond LOMBARD, the Rev. William BENN, L. L. D. Vicar of Kilmoylan, to Mary, second daughter of The Rev. William DUNN, Rector of Charleville.NickR
WMT J1823227NPDDUNN Rev Dr KCOn the 27th ult., at the house of A. Moens, Esq., Park-street, Bristol, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Dunn, Esq., K.C.SdeM
LEP-CS1830226NPSDUNNEDavid Committed to the County Limerick gaol by James BENNETT, Esq., David DUNNE, for violently assaulting Patrick MOLONY; By Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Bridget ORMSBY, for robbing the dwelling house of John DONOHUE, by William MASSY, Esq., Maurice FLYNN, for being of an armed party who attacked a dwelling house; administered unlawful oaths, and stole some beef.NickR
WMT J18241021NPMDUNNEMary AnneMissOn Saturday 16th instant, in Upper Dominick-street, by the Right Rev. Doctor Kernan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr. John Byrne, of Carrickmacross, to Miss Mary Anne Dunne, of this city.SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMDUNNEWilliamLtOn the 9th instant, Lieutenant William Dunne, of the 25th, The King's Own Borderers, to Emily, only daughter of the late John Willock, Esq. formerly of the 50th Regt. and of Killney Park, in the County Dublin.SdeM
FJ1801803NPMDUNNE Brig GenBrig Gen DUNNE to Miss WHITE sister to the Rt Hon Lord Viscount BANTRY and niece of Lord Viscount LONGUEVILLENickR
LC1826624NPSDUNNE RevThe Bishop of Cloyne has presented the Rev. Mr. DUNNE, for many years excellent Curate of Charleville, to the Recory of the Parish.NickR
FJ1810611NPMDUNSCOMBEMaryMissAt Castleconnell, James Fitzgerald MASSEY of Stoneville, Esq to Miss DUNSCOMBENickR
LGA1810603NPMDUNSCOMBE MissYesterday morning, by the Rev Mr CRAMPTON, at Castle Connell, James Fitzgerald MASSEY of Stoneville in this county to Miss DUNSCOMBE of this cityNickR
FJ1820229NPDDUNSTERVILLESeptimusRevOn the 22nd Inst, in Cork, aged 102, Mrs M'CARTHY, widow on Mr Michael M'CARTHY, formerly Revenue Officer in Cork. She was daughter of Silvester SHEPPARD Esq and granddaughter of the Rev Septimus DUNSTERVILLE of TimoleagueNickR
LC_LM1774314NPDDUNSWORTHMathiasMrCork, March 10. Died last Saturday in Mallow-lane, Mr. Mathais DUNSWORTH.NickR
LEP-CS18291020NPSDUNWORTHJohn Committed to the County Gaol, since our last, by Thomas P. VOKES, Esq. John DUNWORTH and Lawrence LYNCH, charged with the murder of Timothy NEIL and Walter BOURKE at Ballynahinch on the 12th of April last.NickR
LC1824218NPSDURACKLawrenceEsqDispute over burial in St John's ChurchyardNickR
LC1824218NPDDURACKLawrenceEsqOn Saturday, at Tarbert, Lawrence DURACK, Esq. of this city.NickR
FJ1807521NPBDURRANTTSir BtAt Scottai, Norfolk, the lady of Sir T DURRANT Bt, of a son and heirNickR
LC1826614NPSDWYERDaniel On Monday the Mayor held an inquest on the body of Daniel DWYER, who died the day previous of a fractured skull occasioned by the blow of a stone. The verdict of willful murder was returned against James MOLONY, who is in custody, and who it appears was aided and assisted by several persons.NickR
LGA1820822NPSDWYEREdmond See John CROKERNickR
WMT J1824219NPDDWYERJohnEsqOn the morning of the 18th instant, at his seat near Cabbinteely, in the 78th year of his age, John Dwyer, Esq.SdeM
LGA1820808NPSDWYERJohn Committals
By H. CONSIDINE, Esq. to the Co. gaol, Thomas HAYES, for threatening the life and burning the house of John DWYER. By Godfrey MASSY, Esq. to said gaol, Michael MURKELY, for cow stealing. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Thomas MAHAN and Thomas BRIEN, for cow stealing
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LEP-CS1831812NPSDWYERJohn 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
LC1769313NPADWYERJohn (the younger)GentEdward O’BRYEN, Esq; Plaintiff.
John CREED, Esq; and others Defendants
The several Tenants of the lands of Knockuregare and other lands in the pleadings in this cause mentioned are desired immediately to pay off all rents and arrears of Rents due of them respectively to John DWYER, the younger of the City of Limerick, Gent. who is appointed to receive the same by Order of the High Court of the Chancery, otherwise they will be proceeded against immediately fpr the recovery of the same.
Dated, March 13, 1769
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FJ1854614NPMDWYERJosephEsqJune 12, in the Metropolitian Church, Marlborough-street, by the Rev Mr MORGAN, Thomas Alexander DWYER, Esq son of Joseph DWYER Esq of this city, to Annie, eldest daughter of Thomas CROKER, Esq, crown solicitor, Lower Dominick-street and Scholarstown House, co DublinNickR
LC1827314NPDDWYERMary On the Glanmire-road, Cork, Mary, daughter of the late Robert DWYER, of the Cove of Kinsale, Esq.NickR
WHM180311 NPSDWYERMichael Portrait of Michael DWYER Wicklow desperadoNickR
LGA1809110NPADWYERMichael Sheriff's Sale: Michael DWYER plaintiff; William LANGFORD defendant: Pursuant to his Majesty's writ of Venditioni Exponas, I will on Wednesday next the 4th January, Set up and sell by public cant at St Francis Abbey the defendant's interest in the lands of Clonlara seized by me under the daid writ Dated this 28th day of December, 1808
B PLUMMER, Sheriff
This sale is adjourned to Friday 13th inst.
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LC1827314NPDDWYERRobertEsqOn the Glanmire-road, Cork, Mary, daughter of the late Robert DWYER, of the Cove of Kinsale, Esq.NickR
FJ1854614NPMDWYERThomas AlexanderEsqJune 12, in the Metropolitian Church, Marlborough-street, by the Rev Mr MORGAN, Thomas Alexander DWYER, Esq son of Joseph DWYER Esq of this city, to Annie, eldest daughter of Thomas CROKER, Esq, crown solicitor, Lower Dominick-street and Scholarstown House, co DublinNickR
LGA18081216NPDDWYERWilliamMrA few days ago at Mary-field, in the county Clare after a tedious illness Mrs DWYER, wife of Mr Wm DWYERNickR
LGA1810227NPMDWYERWilliamMrOn Sunday last Mr William DWYER of this city woolen draper to Miss REDDAN eldest daughter of Richard REDDAN of Drewsboro' Co Clare EsqNickR
WMT J18241209NPMDWYERWilliam REsqOn the 27th ult. William R. Dwyer of Nenagh, Esq. to Jane Henrietta, third daughter of the late W. Allen, of Newport, Esq.SdeM
LC1823123NPSDWYER MrCourt in Irons
IMPORTANT TO LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
Dwyer v. Peacock.
In noticing the arguments which been used some time since in this case, it was it erroneously stated that they arose out of a replevla cause; whereas the following is a more correct detail of the previous proceedings and at the final judgment which was on Friday pronounced in this Court:
It was an action of trespass tried before Baron Pennefather at the last Limerick Assizes. The plaintiff was tenant to a Mr. Ellard, to whom the defendant (a Clergyman) was agent, and an arrear of rent having become due, Mr. Ellard brought an ejectment for non-payment of rent, recovered judgment, and executed his habere; but after obtaining judgment, and previous to execution of the habere, defendant by directions of Mt. Ellard, distrained and sold hay, potatoes, and corn, notwithstanding a cautionary notice from plaintiff. Defendant pleaded soil and freehold; and the general issue, and the Jury found for the defendant. At the trial the following points were saved for the plaintiff, and came on to be argued is this Court on Thursday and Friday last:—1st, that the town of Pallis, where the goods were sold, was not a market town, either by prescription or charter, as required by the Statute. Secondly, That defendant could not legally distrain after judgement and previous to execution of the habere. And, lastly, that the sale was had contrary to laws after fifteen days from data of distraint had expired.
Upon the argument plaintiff’s Counsel abandoned the third point; as plaintiff had acquiesced in the delay.
The Chief Justice gave judgment at length upon the two points argued.
The first point, that respecting the market town, the Court over-ruled, as the plaintiff had acquiesced in the sale at the town of Pallis.— The second point, “that the landlord could not legally distrain after judgment, and previous to execution of habere,” was (his Lordship said) to he decided by either of two tests, viz.—That if the lease had not determined, and the plaintiff tenant in possession, then the landlord had his statuteable right to distrain under 5 Geo. 2; and if the lease had determined, then the landlord, by the 9th Anne, was authorised to distrain within six months after the lease had expired; and therefore the Court over-ruled all the points and confirmed the verdict for the defendant.
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WMT J1825505NPMDYERElizabeth At Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
WMT J1825505NPMDYERJ.Lt-Col SirAt Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
FJ1858731NPMDYERSwinnerton HalladayEsqJuly 29, at Fedamore, Swinnerton H DYER, eldest son of Sir Thomas DYER Bt of Brompton Hall, MDX, and Capt in the 8th King's regt, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of the late Rev Robert CROKER of Athlacca and niece of Thomas O'GRADY Esq the Grange LIMNickR
WMT J1825505NPMDYERThomasSir BartAt Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
FJ1858731NPMDYERThomasSir BtJuly 29, at Fedamore, Swinnerton H DYER, eldest son of Sir Thomas DYER Bt of Brompton Hall, MDX, and Capt in the 8th King's regt, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of the late Rev Robert CROKER of Athlacca and niece of Thomas O'GRADY Esq the Grange LIMNickR
LGA182082NPSEAGANPatrick On Friday last, Bernard ROCHFORD and Patrick EAGAN, the former an attorney and the latter a half-pay Officer of a Dragoon Regiment, passed through here, on their way to Cork, to be transported to Botany Bay, being convicted at the Assizes of Galway, as leaders of a party of ribbonmen in that county. [Peter Mayberry's database has EGAN, Patrick; arrived on Prince Regent II (1) [1821] , convicted 1820 at Galway Co; for Life; born 1788 at Ballinasloe; Galway Co;Soldier army officer and ROCKFORD, Bernard; Prince Regent II (1); 1821; 1820; Galway Co; Life born 1761at Loughrea Galway Co; died 1839 at Sydney Irish Convicts]NickR
LC1824313MPMEAGARCatherine Mr. William SEALY, son of the late John SEALY, Esq; of Rockfield, couny Kerry, to Catherine, daughter of Thomas EAGAR, of Cottage, Esq;NickR
FJ1855717NPMEAGARJamesEsqJuly 14, in St Thomas's Church, Thomas EAGAR, Esq, eldest son of the late James EAGAR Esq of Milltown, co Kerry, to Lydia second daughter of the late John LANGLEY Esq and niece of Major Henry LANGLEYof Brittas Castle, in the co TipperaryNickR
WMT J1824729NPMEAGARJohnEsq RNOn the 29th of June, at St. John's Newfoundland, by the Rev. William Bullock, John Eagar, Esq., R.N. commanding his Majesty's ship Clinker, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Capt. Bullock, R.N., of Pristlewell, near Southend, Essex.SdeM
LC1824313MPMEAGARThomasEsqMr. William SEALY, son of the late John SEALY, Esq; of Rockfield, couny Kerry, to catherine, daughter of Thomas EAGAR, of Cottage, Esq;NickR
FJ1855717NPMEAGARThomasEsqJuly 14, in St Thomas's Church, Thomas EAGAR, Esq, eldest son of the late James EAGAR Esq of Milltown, co Kerry, to Lydia second daughter of the late John LANGLEY Esq and niece of Major Henry LANGLEYof Brittas Castle, in the co TipperaryNickR
WMT J1826928NPAEAMESJames COUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
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LC1827117NPMEARLPeterEsqPeter Earl Esq. of Jervis Street, Dublin to Miss RICHARDSON, of Portobello.NickR
WMT J1827111NPMEARLPeter On the 4th instant, in St. Anne's Church, Peter Earl, of Jervis street, to Miss Richardson of Portobello. SdeM
LGA1818127NPSEASONWilliam MaxwellEsqWilliam Maxwell EASON, Esq. has been appointed Law Agent to the Earl of Limerick, in the room of the late Pryce PEACOCKE, Esq. This appointment we are satisfied will give equal satisfaction to the Noble Earl and his numerous tenantryNickR
LGA18091019NPMEATONGeorgeMrYesterday se'nnight, by the Rev George HEACOCKE, at Adare, Mr Geo Mason CHAMBERLYN, to Miss EATON, daughter of Mr George EATON of AdareNickR
LGA18091019NPMEATON MissYesterday se'nnight, by the Rev George HEACOCKE, at Adare, Mr Geo Mason CHAMBERLYN, to Miss EATON, daughter of Mr George EATON of AdareNickR
LEP-CS1830330NPSEAVESJonathanPteCork Assizes ... At an advanced hour of the day, Jonathan EAVES, a private soldier of the 68th Regiment of Foot, was placed at the bar, charged with the murder of Pat. KELLY, a corporal in the same corps, at Drummond Island, in Upper Canada, on the 27th of August, in the year 1827.
  The prisoner having been convicted, the Court pronounced sentence of death, and named Monday (yesterday) for his execution.
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LEP-CS1830406NPSEAVESJonathan The soldier, Jonathan EAVES, who was convicted on Saturday, at Cork, for the murder of the Corporal of the same regiment in Upper Canada, has been respited to the 17th of April.NickR
WMT J18241021NPMEBBSCharlesEsqOn Sunday, 17th instant, Hugh M'Cormick, of Sackville-street, Esq., to Lucinda, only daughter of Charles Ebbs, of Rathmore, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMEBBSLucinda On Sunday, 17th instant, Hugh M'Cormick, of Sackville-street, Esq., to Lucinda, only daughter of Charles Ebbs, of Rathmore, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18261116NPMECCLESHugh Hugh Eccles to Harriet Annabella, third daughter of Sir Richard Bligh St. George, of Woodsgift, County of Kilkenny, Bart. SdeM
WMT J18261123NPMECCLES MajAt Moore Church, county Roscommon, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. James Anderson, Major Eccles, of the county Wicklow, to Harriet Annabella, third daughter of Sir Richard St. George, Bart. SdeM
LC1826809NPMECCLESTONEdwardEsqIn Clontarf Church, by the Rev. John BURNET, Edward ECCLESTON, Esq. of New York, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Robert CHRISTIE, Esq. of Bray.NickR
FJ1852505NPDECHLINAnne Phillis April 29, in Lower Mount-street, aged 92 years, Anne Phillis, relict of David Moore ECHLIN, EsqNickR
Pue'sO17431022NPSECHLINArthurRevHis grace the Lord Leiutenant ... also a grant to the Revd Arthur ECHLIN, Clerk, the rectory and vicarage of Little Island, all in the co of Cork ...NickR
LGA1815725NPDECHLINCatherineMrsAt Merion, Mrs Catherine ECHLIN wife of John ECHLIN Esq and niece of the late Guy Moore COOTE Esq and Sir Henry CAVENDISHNickR
FJ1848916NPMECHLINCatherine Helena On the 14th inst, at Navan, F SALMON, officer of excise, to Catherine Helena ECHLIN, second daughter of the late Guy Coote ECHLIN, Esq, deceased of the same placeNickR
Pue'sO1754402NPDECHLINCharlesEsqLast week died Charles ECHLIN Eq Representative for Parliament for the Borough of DungannonNickR
FJ1857320NPDECHLINCharles MooreRevMarch 17, at Clifden, Sydney, youngest daughter of the late Rev Charles Moore ECHLIN, vicar of Killareagh, in the diocese of Kilmore (Eng BDM 6a53)NickR
FJ1852505NPDECHLINDaniel MooreEsqApril 29, in Lower Mount-street, aged 92 years, Anne Phillis, relict of David Moore ECHLIN, EsqNickR
FJ1848916NPMECHLINGuy CooteEsqOn the 14th inst, at Navan, F SALMON, officer of excise, to Catherine Helena ECHLIN, second daughter of the late Guy Coote ECHLIN, Esq, deceased of the same placeNickR
Pue'sO1742817NPDECHLINHenryEsqYesterday died Henry ECHLIN Esq one of the aldermen of DroughedaNickR
LGA18101218NPDECHLINHenryEsqIn Claredon-street, Dublin, Mrs ECHLIN widow of Henry ECHLIN, of Clanough, county Kildare EsqNickR
Pue'sO1746621NPDECHLINHenryRevThursday last died the Revd Henry ECHLIN Vicar of St Catherines Parish, which living is the gift of the Rt Hon the Earl of MeathNickR
Pue'sO1746624NPDECHLINHenryRevWe hear that the Revd Henry ECHLIN, vicar of St Catherines is not dead as mentioned in our lastNickR
Pue'sO1739301NPMECHLINJamesEsqLast night, James ECHLIN of Echlin's ville in the co Down Esq was married to Miss Molly SAMPSON ...NickR
LGA1815725NPDECHLINJohnEsqAt Merion, Mrs Catherine ECHLIN wife of John ECHLIN Esq and niece of the late Guy Moore COOTE Esq and Sir Henry CAVENDISHNickR
Pue'sO17411114NPAECHLINJohnRevJohn ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff
Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...
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DEP1810728NPMECHLINMooreMrMr. Moore ECHLIN, of Bangor, to Miss FINLAY, of BallawNickR
LC1810801NPMECHLINMooreMrMr. Moore ECHLIN, of Bangor, to Miss FINLAY, of BallawNickR
FJ1857320NPDECHLINSydney March 17, at Clifden, Sydney, youngest daughter of the late Rev Charles Moore ECHLIN, vicar of Killareagh, in the diocese of Kilmore (Eng BDM 6a53)NickR
Pue'sO1751518NPMECHLIN MajSame night [Sunday last] Mr William DEACON merchant in Strand-street, was married to Miss ECHLIN daughter of Maj ECHLINNickR
Pue'sO1751518NPMECHLIN MissSame night [Sunday last] Mr William DEACON merchant in Strand-street, was married to Miss ECHLIN daughter of Maj ECHLINNickR
LGA18101218NPDECHLIN MrsIn Claredon-street, Dublin, Mrs ECHLIN widow of Henry ECHLIN, of Clanough, county Kildare EsqNickR
Pue'sO17521107NPDECHLIN Rev MrSame day [Saturday last] died in a very advanced age the Revd Mr ECHLIN, Vicar of St Catherine's Church in which he is succeeded by the Revd Dr John ELLIS Vicar of St James and chaplain to the Royal HospitalNickR
LGA1818807NPSEDDINGTONMichaelMrThe Right Honorable the Lord Chief Baron and the other Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer, have been pleased to appoint Mr. Michael EDDINGTON, of Charleville, county of Cork, a Commissioner of said Court, for the taking of affidavitts.—Mr. EDDINGTON, is also a Commissioner in the King's Bench and Common Pleas, and Master Extraordinary of the Court of Chancery.NickR
LEP-CS1835109NPMEDGAREdwardEsqEdward EDGAR, Esq; St Louis, Missouri, (U.S.A.), formerly of Londonderry, to Miss Letitia M'MAHON, of Carrickfergus.NickR
WMT J1824415NPMEDGEWORTHRichard LovellEsqAt Edgeworthstown, Captain Fox, of the 98th Regiment, to Sophia, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMEDGEWORTHSophia At Edgeworthstown, Captain Fox, of the 98th Regiment, to Sophia, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824422NPSEDGEWORTHWilliamEsqWilliam Edgeworth, Esq., is employed by the Dublin Society, to complete the Statistical Survey of the County of Longford.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPSEDGEWORTH Brevet MajSee Capt Andew WILDERSdeM
WMT J1825203NPMEDMONDSAnneMissOn the 22d inst. in St. Peter's Church, James Leslie, of Cloughin, County of Wexford, to Miss Anne Edmonds, of Charlemont-street. SdeM
FJ18171107NPMEDWARDSAnthonyMissOn the 30th ult, in Cork, Anthony EDWARDS of Hop Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
LGA18171107NPMEDWARDSAnthonyMissIn Cork by Rev Archdeacon THOMPSON, Anthony EDWARDS of Hopp Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
LC1837208NPDEDWARDSElizabeth Coote (nee BINDON)MrsOn Friday night at Caher in co Tipperary, Mrs Elizabeth Coote EDWARDS relict of the late Thomas EDWARDS Esq and daughter of Town Major BINDON formerly of this city ...NickR
LC1825226NPSEDWARDSGeorge At the Cork Sessions on Thursday, One Farthing Damages were awarded to John GESS, a drunken waiter, who was assaulted by Mr. George EDWARDS, at the last Harmonic Club.NickR
WMT J18241125NPDEDWARDSJamesEsqIn Molesworth-street, on Saturday, Nov. 13th, James Edwards, Esq., of Friar's Hill, County of Wicklow.SdeM
FJ18601221NPMEDWARDSJohn December 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR

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Michael Lloyd APJOHN  Joseph BANKS  Part 02
BANNATYNE  Henry Walter BELLEW  Part 03
John BELLEW  Samuel BENNETT  Part 04
Samuel BENNETT   BLACKER  Part 05
George BLACKETT  Robert BOURKE  Part 06
Robert BOURKE  George BREW  Part 07
Jane BREW  Richard BUNWORTH  Part 08
BUNWORTH  Sarah CAROLIN  Part 09
Thomas CARPENTER  Dorothy CHAMBERLAIN  Part 10
Eliza Caroline CHAMBERLAIN  Jonathan Whitby CHRISTIAN  Part 11
Jonathan Whitby CHRISTIAN  John COLE  Part 12
John COLE  Catherine COOTE  Part 13
Catherine COOTE  Eyre COOTE  Part 14
Eyre Tilson COOTE  Robert COX  Part 15
Samuel COX  Edward CROKER  Part 16
Edward CROKER  Jannette CROKER  Part 17
John CROKER  Richard CROKER  Part 18
Richard CROKER   CROKER  Part 19
CROKER  Thomas DAVIDSON  Part 20
Agnes DAVIES  [Harriet nee ROBERTS] DILLON  Part 21
Arthur DILLON  Edward W DREW  Part 22
Eliza DREW  Richard DREW  Part 23
Ringrose DREW  John EDWARDS  Part 24
Lizzie EDWARDS  Ellen EYRE  Part 25
Richard EYRE   FITZGERALD  Part 26
FITZGERALD  Catherine Payton FOX  Part 27
Daniel FOX  James GARVIN  Part 28
James GARVIN  Richard GOING  Part 29
Robert GOING  John GRAVES  Part 30
John GRAVES  George GUMBLETON  Part 31
George GUMBLETON  Bellingham Swan HARRIS  Part 32
Francis HARRIS  Mary HEMSWORTH  Part 33
Thomas HEMSWORTH  Robert HODSON  Part 34
Robert HODSON  Walter HORE  Part 35
Walter HORE  Jane IEVERS  Part 36
Richard IEVERS  Bridget JONES  Part 37
F JONES   KELLY  Part 38
KELLY  William LANE  Part 39
William B LANE  Richard LEDGER  Part 40
Robert LEDGER  Stephen LEE  Part 41
Susanna LEE   L'ESTRANGE  Part 42
L'ESTRANGE   LOWTHER-CROFTON  Part 43
David LUCAS  Nicholas MAHER  Part 44
MAHER  James MASSY  Part 45
James Fitzgerald MASSY  Robert MAXWELL  Part 46
Robert MAXWELL   MERCER  Part 47
Anne MERCIER  Georgina Ellen MONCK  Part 48
Georgina Ellen MONCK  Owen MORRISON  Part 49
Owen MORRISON  William NEWSON  Part 50
Francis NEWTON  Alexander O'DELL  Part 51
John O'DELL  Anthony ORMSBY  Part 52
Arthur ORMSBY  Margaret PATTON  Part 53
Sarah PATTON  William PENNELL  Part 54
PENNYFATHER  Anne PIKE  Part 55
Jonathan PIKE  Charles PUTLAND  Part 56
Charles PUTLAND  Michael REGAN  Part 57
Timothy REGAN  Thomas M'Dermott ROE  Part 58
William ROE  James RYAN  Part 59
James RYAN  Lucy SAUNDERS  Part 60
Lucy SAUNDERS  Sarah SIBTHORP  Part 61
SIBTHORP  Augs Fred SPENCE  Part 62
Augustus Frederick SPENCE   STUART  Part 63
Louisa STUART?  Wiiam Bellingham SWAN  Part 64
Wiliam Bellingham SWAN  Gertrude TAYLOR  Part 65
Godfrey TAYLOR  Charles TISDALL  Part 66
Charles TISDALL  Edward TYRRELL  Part 67
Edward TYRRELL  Hubert K WALDRON  Part 68
Hubert K WALDRON  Barbra WARREN  Part 69
Charles WARREN  John WHITE  Part 70
John WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 71
Edward WILSON  Joseph WJEELER  Part 72
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