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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LC18321013NPDDOUGLASSusanLadyAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq, Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
LH18321015NPDDOUGLASSusanLadyAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW, daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
WMT J1823515NPDDOUGLASSylvesterLord GlenbervieAt Cheltenham, in the 80th year of his age, [Sylvester Douglas] Lord Glenbervie.SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMDOUGLASS[SIC] MissAt Naples, the Chevalier de Dupont, Inspector General of the Customs and Revenue Departments of his Sicilian Majesty, to Miss Douglass[sic], second daughter of the late Sir A.S. Douglas, Knt., Captain in the Royal Navy. The ceremony was performed by the Lord Bishop of Ossory. SdeM
FJ1858729NPMDOWDALLAnsitasia July 28, at Kingstown, Arthur Charles CROKER Esq late HM 77th Regt, youngest son of the late Richard Hare CROKER, Lt-Col 18th Hussars, to Asistasia, only child of Henry DOWDALL, of Domoinick street, solicitor and granddaughter of Henry DOWDALL Esq late of Ballymahon, co LongfordNickR
FJ1858729NPMDOWDALLHenryEsqJuly 28, at Kingstown, Arthur Charles CROKER Esq late HM 77th Regt, youngest son of the late Richard Hare CROKER, Lt-Col 18th Hussars, to Asistasia, only child of Henry DOWDALL, of Domoinick street, solicitor and granddaughter of Henry DOWDALL Esq late of Ballymahon, co LongfordNickR
WMT J18231106NPMDOWDALLLukeEsqOn the 27th inst. in Ballymahon Church, Luke Dowdall, Esq., of Ballymahon, to Sarah, third daughter of Edward Whitley, Esq., of the same place.SdeM
WMT J1827111NPMDOWDENSusannahMissAt her brother's, Parade, Cork, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Sloan, Mr. Walter Richards Osborne, eldest son of the late Mr. John Osborne, of Castle-st., to Miss Susannah Dowden. SdeM
WMT J1825421NPMDOWKERHoward On the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade. SdeM
LGA1813611NPMDOWLINGJohnEsqLast night, in Patrick Street, John DOWLING, of Newcastle, co Limerick, Esq to Mrs MAC DONNELL, widow of Mr Joseph MAC DONNELL, of this city, and sister to Villiers PEACOCKE, of Dooneen, in this county, EsqNickR
LGA1815203NPSDOWLINGMichael A few days since, that active magistrate, Edward WILSON, Esq. assisted by a party of the Forfarshire militia, apprehended, near Castle Durrow, Michael DOWLING, Michael KAVANAGH, and Thomas TYNAN, who are positively charged with the murder of Kyran CAMPION, a herd of Mr. LITTON's, near Johnstown.— They were, on Sunday last, committed to Kilkenny gaol. Upon this occasion, Mr. WILSON received much assistance from Mr. LAURENSON, chief constable. Mr. WILSON afterwards went went in pursuit of Maurice GRIMES and Edward LABARTE, both of whom he took into custody, and committed them to the gaol at Maryborough. They were charged with being part of the gang that were concerned in the dreadful outrage at Cullahil in October lastNickR
CG HA1790227NPSDOWLINGTimothy Limerick, Feb. 25. Monday last was committed to the county jail, by Charles CONYERS, Esq; Patrick REDDIN, charged with feloniously stealing 88 guineas and a pair of silver buckles the property of Timothy DOWLING, of New-Castle. From the circumstances that appeared since he was apprehended, he is suspected to be one of the gang that lately robbed Mr. Stephen CREAGHE of the county Cork.NickR
WMT J1825407NPDDOWLINGVincentEsqAt his house at Kentish Town, London on Tuesday morning, aged 69, after a long indisposition, Vincent Dowling, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827412NPMDOWLINGWalter BlakeEsqWalter Blake Dowling, of Carraroe, county of Galway, Esq. to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Joseph Burke, of Green-hills, county Mayo, Esq.SdeM
LC17921110NPSDOWLING MrEnnis, November 5, Last Tuesday, Mr. DOWLING, pro Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDIN, Supernumerary Guager, seized in the suburbs of this town, a quantity of leaf tobacco, destroyed a private tobacco manufactory, and lodged the utensils in the Customs House stores.NickR
LC1792728NPMDOWMANCatherineMiss[Cork] Yesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, Mr. John MAYBERRY, to Miss Catherine DOWMAN, of this city.NickR
LS1841816NPSDOWMAN Mr SheriffReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREWNickR
WMT J1823731NPMDOWNESAbrahamRevOn Wednesday last, at Birr Church, by the Rev. Abraham Downes, Henry William Hobbs, Esq. of Millbrook-Lodge, King's County, to Matilda, youngest daughter of the late G. Bayly, Esq. of Newtown, County Tipperary.SdeM
LEP-CS18301126NPMDOWNESBridgetMissIn Rathkeale, Captain GILL, Barrackmaster of that town, to the truly agreeable Miss Bridget DOWNES.NickR
LEP-CS1829127NPDDOWNESEdwardEsqLast week, in Rathkeale, at an advanced age, deservedly lamented, Mrs DOWNES, widow of the late Edward DOWNES, Esq. ...NickR
LJ1791523NPSDOWNESJohnEsqEnnis, May 19, last week, John DOWNES, Esq; Inspector of Excise, assisted by Mr. A. KING, and two detachments of the 69th Regt. from Clare Castle, destroyed the following private distilleries:—three at Tulla, where they seized one worm—one at the Cross-roads near Tulla, and seized a still, head, and worm—and one near Jasper's pound, where they seized the worm, and spilled a large quantities of potale and finings; after which the seizures were brought in here and lodged in his Majesty's stores.
Mr. DOWNS also conveyed here and lodged in his Majesty's stores, assisted by Messrs PURCELL and REDDEN, Excise Officers, two large Brewing Pans, which they seized at private Breweries in Six mile-bridge.
From Mr. DOWNES's activity and perserverance, the country in general as well as the fair trader, already feel the benefit of his exertions.
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LC1793313NPSDOWNESJohnEsqLast Monday, John DOWNES, Esq; Surveyor of Excise, brought into town, and had lodged in his Majesty's Stores, three hogsheads of smuggled Whiskey, which he sized near this town.NickR
LGA1808426NPMDOWNESJohnEsqLast Saturday by special license by the Rev Robert WELDON, Francis DREW of Drewscourt Esq to the amiable and accomplished Miss DOWNES daughter of John DOWNES of Ennis EsqNickR
LGA1809210NPSDOWNESJohnEsqPrivate DistilleriesNickR
FJ1809215NPSDOWNESJohnEsqLast week, John DOWNES and Alexander KING Esqrs Surveyors of Excise accompanied by Mr W REDDAN Pro Surveyor, Mr T PURCELL probationary Guager and a detachment of the 7th Dragoons proceeded from Ennis to the parish of Kilnoe, Maynoe and Island where they remained from the 1st to the 5th inst during which time they detected eleven private distilleries and five private malt houses all at full work, several stills were seized with considerable quantity of malt ...NickR
LC1810307NPSDOWNESJohnEsqJohn DOWNES, Esq; of Loughrea, the father-in-law of Francis DREW, Esq; of Scariff, who was killed in a duel near Dublin the 21st ult. has offered a reward of £50 ster. for the apprehension of his opponent, and also the person by whom he was accompanied to the fatal spot.NickR
LC1783715NPDDOWNESJohngrocerLast Saturday much regretted by all her acquaintance, Mrs. DOWNES, wife of Mr. John DOWNES, grocerNickR
LC1796615NPDDOWNESJohnMrYesterday, in Mary's-street, much regretted, Mr. John DOWNES, Grocer.NickR
LEP-CS1831201NPDDOWNESJohnMrAt his house, in Clare Street, Limerick, yesterday morning, Mr. John DOWNES, aged 68 years. He was for many years on the retired list of his Majesty's Revenue, and one of the oldest members of the Masonic Order in this City. His remains are to be interred in St. Mary's Church-yard on tomorrow with full Masonic honors.NickR
LC1799306NPDDOWNESJohnMrsLast night in Mary's Street, much lamented, Mrs. DOWNES, relict of Mr. John DOWNES, late of this City, grocerNickR
LC1785512NPADOWNESJohn Joh Downes, Creagh Lane, has received a fresh Parcel of Genuine Porter, which he sells bottled as usual
Limerick, May 12, 1785
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LS1837922NPSDOWNESPatrick beating of tithe bailiff and 2 assistants; Michael LILLIS, Bailiff, his son John and Patrick DOWNES assistants ... property of James TOOMEY of Clorhane in this co civil bill decree, and at suit of the Rev Edward CROKER of Croom ... 4 years arearsNickR
LEP-CS1830716NPMDOWNESRRevAt Lymington, by the Rev R DOWNES, vicar, Charles LONDON Esq MD physican of that place to Magracia eldest daughter of the late Wm RYVES Esq of Ryves Castle, county LimerickNickR
LC1792317NPSDOWNESWilliamEsqLetters patent have been passed under the Great Seal of this kingdom, constituting and appointing William DOWNES, Esq; on of his Majesty's Justices of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench, in the room of John BENNETT, Esq; deceased, and yesterday he was sworn before the Lord Chancellor accordingly.NickR
LGA1808426NPMDOWNES MissLast Saturday by special license by the Rev Robert WELDON, Francis DREW of Drewscourt Esq to the amiable and accomplished Miss DOWNES daughter of John DOWNES of Ennis EsqNickR
BNL1796328-01NPSDOWNES Mr JusticeEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
LGA1819810NPSDOWNES RevExecutionNickR
LEP-CS1829505NPSDOWNES Rev MrThe Rev Mr DOWNES thankfully acknowledges the recipt of 10l., per Rev Richard DICKSON, from C. B. BARKER, Esq. for the erection of a chapel at Ballybrowne, County Limerick.NickR
LC18271006NPSDOWNEYJames James DOWNEY, a convict, escaped from Carlow Gaol, on Tuesday, after scaling a wall of 20 feet. In the fall, blood gushed from his nose and eyes; and, thou' an active pursuit was made, he evaded his guards.NickR
LGA1812211NPSDOWNEYWilliam Committed—By Eyre EVANS Esq. to the county jail, on Thursday, William READY, Willim DOWNEY, Patrick ROONAN, John CASEY, and Patrick LEE, charged with felony, unlawful assemblies, and buglary in the house of D. BERKELEY, of KilmallockNickR
LGA1811412NPSDOWNEY  Cork Assizes
DOWNEY v. MONTGOMRERY
This was an action of considerable elucidation to the relation that subsist between landlord and tenant, and the issue manifested that though the former may be the superior he cannot be the tyrant of his tenant. The damages were laid at £2000; and there was a verdict for £500.
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LC_LM1774314NPSDOWNINGAndrew Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
WMT J1824205NPMDOWNINGAnn On the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1824205NPMDOWNINGDawsonEsqOn the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1824812NPDDOWNSA.RevLast week, at an advanced age, the Rev. A. Downs, Rector of Birr, in which town and neighbourhood he exercised his long and useful ministry.SdeM
LC1827310NPSDOWNSJohn Robert M'MAHON, for bigamy, Augustine FITZGERALD, for sheep stealing, James M'MANUS, for cow stealing; and John GALVIN and Jerry SULLIVAN, for larceny, all to be transported for seven years. John and Michael DOWNS and James MANGAN, for manslaughter, to be transported for seven years. John GORMAN, for murder of James O'DONNELL at a hurling match, guilty of manslaughter— like sentence. Thomas KEATING, for same offence, acquitted. Pat CONNERY, for sheep stealing—guilty—not sentenced.NickR
LEP-CS1830702NPSDOWNSJohn Committed to Ennis Jail, by Randal BOROUGH, Esq., Thomas BANINGTON alias BURANE, for the murder of John DOWNS.NickR
LC1827825NPSDOYLEAnnMissAt Galway Assizes, last week, the case of breach of promise of marriage, In which Miss Ann DOYLE, of Galway, was plaintiff, and Mr. Hugh CLARKE, of Loughrea, was defendant, came before a crowded Court and Jury. Damages laid at 5000l. The lady is of a respectable family and of considerable personal attractions—the fickle suitor wealthy, but beyond the meridian of life. The Jury marked their displeasure of his bad taste and want of honor, by a vedict of 1000l. and costs. Mr. O'CONNELL led for the plaintiff, and Mr. NORTH, M. P. for defendant.NickR
LEP-CS18281007NPN/SDOYLECharlesMaj GenAddress to Maj Gen Charles DOYLE .... George T CROKER ScartNickR
FJ18471202NPMDOYLEJEsqOn the 28th of November, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Richard STACK, and afterwards at the lady's residence Rathmines, by the Rev W J MULHALL, CC of St Andrew's, Westland row, Edward CHAPMAN Esq of Erne street, to Margaret youngest daughter of J DOYLE Esq of Grey Stones, co WicklowNickR
FJ1860104NPDDOYLEJames Death of Centenarians.—Our obituary this week records the death of James DOYLE of South Hylton, near Sunderland, on the 24th instant, at the extraordinary age of one hundred and seven years. Deceased was a native of Ireland, and papermaker by trade. —Sunderland Herald. The oldest man in Newport, Richard ROURKE, aged one hundred and three years, died here on Monday, having all his senses and the use of his limbs preserved to the last. The deceased was engaged in the great Irish rebellion, and it was to this town he escaped in a coaling vessel from bing arrested on that memorable occasion. During the few past months a few kind-hearted gentlemen subscribed towards his maintenance, but he was always dutifully cared for by "his boy", as the old man used to term his son, who is rather an aged man, working as ajourneyman printer. —Bristol Mercury.NickR
WMT J1823327NPDDOYLEJohnGen Sir BtAt an advanced age, on Tuesday the 11th instant, at her house in Baggot- street, Dublin, Mrs. Bushe, sister to General Sir John Doyle, Bart., G.C.B. and K.C., and mother to the Lord Chief Justice Bushe.SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPMDOYLEJohnMrMr. John DOYLE of Mountrath-street, to Miss SAVAGE of Nicholas-streetNickR
WMT J1823904NPMDOYLEJoshua 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
LEP-CS1833122NPADOYLELaurence C Kilmallock General Dispensary.
A General Meeting of the Subscribers to the above Dispensary is requested at Hussey's Inn, Kilmallock, on Saturday, the 26th instant, to audit the accounts for the past year, and make arrangements for the current.

Report of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREW

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FJ1842901NPMDREWBarryEsqOn the 30th ult, in St George's church, Barry DREW Esq of Flower Hill, co Waterford, to Jane eldest daughter of Arthur BAKER Esq of Balheary House, co DublinNickR
FJ1843922NPBDREWBarryEsqOn the 20th inst, in Mountjoy square, the lady of Barry DREW Esq of Flower Hill, co Waterford, of a son and heirNickR
FJ18451016NPDDREWBarryEsqOn the 14th inst, in Blessington street, the lady of Barry DREW Esq of Flower Hill, co Waterford, of a daughterNickR
FJ1772125-28NPMDREWBarry At Clonmore Co Kilkenny, Barry DREW of Drewmount to Miss Ann PAUL of WaterfordNickR
Cork Const1836820NPADREWBarry Mr Barry DREW begs to inform the Vendors of BENNETT's Worm Powder, that they can now be supplied by him with any quantity of that most celebrate medicine. It may be necessary to state for the information of the public, that the Symptoms attending Children affected with Worms, as stated by that most celebrated Physician, Dr UNDERWOOD, are as follows:— A Foul Breath, Itching of the Nose, Hard Belly, Pains in the Stomach, Dull Countenance, Startin the Sleep, and Grinding of the Teeth, a Short Dry Cough, Dark Hollow Circle round the Eyes, and irregular Appetite. June 3.NickR
LS18411111NPDDREWBarry Barry fourth son of Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
FJ18531209NPDDREWBrowningRevDecember 6, at the glebe house, Kiltallagh, co Kerry, Anne, wife of the Rev Browning DREW, and sister of Admiral Sir Thomas HERBERT MPNickR
FJ18451118NPMDREWCaroline Jane On 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
LS1841816NPSDREWCatherineMissReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREWNickR
FJ18581026NPMDREWCatherine Henrietta October 21, at Youghal, David H LAMBERT, Esq of Rock Ferry, Cheshire, to Catherine Henrietta, daughter of the Rev Pierce Wm DREW rector of the parishNickR
FJ18451031NPDDREWCharlotte Whybrew On the 23d of October, at Elmsworth, Charlotte Whybrew, youngest daughter of the late Capt DREW of the 28th RegtNickR
FJ1819617NPMDREWConstance On the 5th Inst, John HEWLETT [HULEATT} Esq of Raheens, co Clare, to Constantia daughter of the late Francis DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same coNickR
LGA1819611NPMDREWConstantina On Saturday, at Tomgrany church, by the Rev Sir Wm READE Bt, John HEWLETT Esq of Raheen, Co Clare, to Constantina daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough EsqNickR
LC18341213NPNDREWDanielfarmerRegistry List of voters registered for the county of the city Limerick since Nov 1832 ... DREW, Daniel, farmer, Bunlicky £10, lands at Bunlicky ...NickR
LT1836331NPNDREWDaniel Registry of voters in Limerick ... 120 DREW, Daniel, farmer, Bunlickey, parish of Mungret ...NickR
LC18251008NPSDREWDrancisEsqAt the Autumn Meeting of the Lismore Agricultural Society, on the 22d, in the first class, Stephen MOORE, of Sapperton, Esq was awarded a silver cup for the best bull; Walter GILES, of Colnagow, Esq for the best heiffer, dam and sow; Francis DREW, of Macollop, Esq for the best boar.NickR
LC1826222NPDDREWEdward In Henry Street, Edward, youngest son of G. P. DREW, Esq. He had been remarkably healthy, and strong, and a very interesting infant of 14 months old.NickR
FJ1858323NPDDREWEdward PaoliEsq MDMarch 16, at Cappoquin, co Waterford, Julia Adelaide wife of E P DREW Esq MD aged 30 yearsNickR
FJ1844419NPMDREWEdward Paul [Paoli]Esq MDAt the Cathedral, Waterford, Edward Paul DREW Esq MD of Cappoquin, to Julia Adelaide only daughter of Maj Gen G L WAHAB of the HECSNickR
FJ18431102NPNDREWEdward WEsqList of Special Jurors for county Dublin (full list) 87 Edward W DREW of Kingstown , esqNickR
LGA1809404NPMDREWElizaMissYesterday, by the Rev J INGRAM, at Kilmurray Church, Mr Stephen B GOGGIN, of this city printer and bookseller, to Miss Eliza DREW, daughter of the late Lambert DREW of Scariff county Clare EsqNickR
LC1827509NPMDREWEliza In Belfast, John GROGAN, jun. Esq. to Eliza only daughter of the late Richard DREW, of Dunsilly, County Antrim, Esq.NickR
LGA1812515NPMDREWElizabethMissOn 10th inst in Dublin, William Francis M'EVOY Esq of Brunswick Street in that city to Elizabeth eldest daughter of the late Mr James DREWNickR
FJ18441107NPDDREWElizabethMrsOn the 5th inst, at her residence St Mary's Abbey, Mrs Elizabeth DREW, in her 88th year, beloved and highly respected. [b c1756; refer Peter DREW d @48 in 1834]NickR
FJ1844105NPMDREWElizabeth On 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
FJ1856519NPDDREWElizabeth May 11, at Fermoy, Elizabeth relict of Samuel P DREW Esq MDNickR
LC18341213NPMDREWEllenMissAt Philadepphia, on 2th Octoner, by the Rev John HUES, Signor Nicholas MONACHESI, of Rome, to Miss Ellen DREW late of this cityNickR
FJ1799921NPNDREWFjunCounty Clare - We approve the union - F DREW jun DrewsboroughNickR
FJ184896NPMDREWF BLtOn the 2d inst, at Athleague church, F B DREW Lt and Adjutant of the 40th Regt, to Anne Charlotte second daughter of John CASTOR Esq of Woodblastwich Hall, NorfolkNickR
LEP-CS1832320NPBDREWF LEsqIn Henry Street Limerick the lady of F L DREW Esq of a sonNickR
LGA1818623NPMDREWFrancesMissHugh BRADY Esq of Raheens to Frances daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough in the county ClareNickR
FJ1818626NPMDREWFrances Hugh BRADY Esq of Raheens, co Clare, to Frances second daughter of the late Francis DREW Esq of Dresborough in that coNickR
LT1836514NPMDREWFrances On 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
FJ1836517NPMDREWFrances On Saturday last (12/5), at the Cathedral of Killaloe, Capt TULLY to Francis daughter of the late Ringrose DREW of Drewsborrough, co Clare, EsqNickR
FJ1816911NPDDREWFrances Letitia In Glentworth Street, Limerick, Frances Letitia youngest daughter of George Purdon DREW EsqNickR
LGA1816910NPDDREWFrances Louisa In Glentworth Street, Frances Louisa youngest daughter of George Purdon DREW EsqNickR
FJ1823213NPDDREWFrances Margaret On the 5th inst, at Loughrea, Frances Margaret, only child of Francis DREW Esq of Drewscourt, in the county ClareNickR
LC18321013NPMDREWFrancisDrIn Cork, Dr Francis DREW to the widow FENNELLNickR
FJ1787912NPDDREWFrancisEsqIn the county Waterford, at an advanced age, Francis DREW EsqNickR
FJ1801107NPMDREWFrancisEsqFrancis 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 20000l including landed propertyNickR
LGA1806114NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn Sunday se'nnight at Neagh in the 52nd year of his age Francis DREW of Drewsborough Co Clare EsqNickR
LGA18061014NPSDREWFrancisEsqThe Lord High Chancellor has been pleased to appoint Francis DREW of Drewsborough county Clare Esq as a Magistrate of the counties Clare and LimerickNickR
LGA1808426NPMDREWFrancisEsqLast Saturday by special license by the Rev Robert WELDON, Francis DREW of Drewscourt Esq to the amiable and accomplished Miss DOWNES daughter of John DOWNES of Ennis EsqNickR
LGA1809228NPBDREWFrancisEsqThursday last, at her father's house, J DOWNES Esq, in Ennis, the lady of Frans. DREW of a daughterNickR
DEP1810222NPSDREWFrancisEsq

FATAL DUAL!

BALBRIGGAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 21.
About eight o'clock this morning, three post-chaises were observed driving rapidly over the bridge of Knockengin, which joins the counties of Dublin and Meath. They immediately drove to the strand contiguous to the county of Meath, and the persons that were in them having alighted, proceeded to the business of marking out the ground and charging the pistols, for a duel between two gentlemen, one of the name of DREW, and the other of O'BRIEN. Whatever the cause of quarrel might have been, it was soon decided, for on taking their places, and the signal being given by the seconds, they fired together, when instantaneously Mr. D. fell, dead! his opponent's ball having entered his forehead over the left eye, passing through the brain, and coming out at the back of his head! By this time numbers of the peasantry were assembled on the banks above the shore, something like an indistinct murmur was expressed, of taking the survivor into custody, but this was prevented by the immediate flight of himself and second to the post-chaise, which drove off with them with the rapidity of lightning—nor were the rest of the party flow in following—for before a quarter of an hour elapsed from their arrival, all had disappeared, leaving the breathless, bleeding body of their companion to the promiscuous care of the surrounding multitude.
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LC1810307NPSDREWFrancisEsqJohn DOWNES, Esq; of Loughrea, the father-in-law of Francis DREW, Esq; of Scariff, who was killed in a duel near Dublin the 21st ult. has offered a reward of £50 ster. for the apprehension of his opponent, and also the person by whom he was accompanied to the fatal spot.NickR
LGA1810330NPDDREWFrancisEsqMonday night at Scarff, after a few days illness, much regretted by his friends and acquaintences, John DREW Esq lieutenant in the Clare regt of militia, and uncle to the late Francis DREW Esq attorneyNickR
FJ1810518NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn Monday last (14/5), Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the counties Cork and WaterfordNickR
LGA1810518NPDDREWFrancisEsq[Friday] On Monday night last, Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop on of HM's JP for the counties of Cork and WaterfordNickR
LGA1810710NPSDREWFrancisEsqCornelius O'BRIEN Esq, who stands charged with the murder of Francis DREW, of Scariff, co Clare, Esq, has given notice that he will in due time surrender himself to the High Sheriff of co Meath, to abide his trial at the assizes of that county at TrimNickR
LGA1810828NPSDREWFrancisEsqTrial of Cornelius O'BRIEN for the murder of Francis DREW in a duelNickR
LGA1810907NPSDREWFrancisEsqStatement on duelingNickR
LGA1818623NPMDREWFrancisEsqHugh BRADY Esq of Raheens to Frances daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough in the county ClareNickR
FJ1818626NPMDREWFrancisEsqHugh BRADY Esq of Raheens, co Clare, to Frances second daughter of the late Francis DREW Esq of Dresborough in that coNickR
LGA1819611NPMDREWFrancisEsqOn Saturday, at Tomgrany church, by the Rev Sir Wm READE Bt, John HEWLETT Esq of Raheen, Co Clare, to Constantina daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough EsqNickR
FJ1819617NPMDREWFrancisEsqOn the 5th Inst, John HEWLETT [HULEATT] Esq of Raheens, co Clare, to Constantia daughter of the late Francis DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same coNickR
FJ1820720NPN/SDREWFrancisEsqWaterford Assizes .. county grand jury ... Francis DREW of Macallop Esq ... John Douse LANGLEY of Ballyduff Esq ...NickR
FJ1823213NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn the 5th inst, at Loughrea, Frances Margaret, only child of Francis DREW Esq of Drewscourt, in the county ClareNickR
LC1823716NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn Thursday, Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, in this county, a gentleman of most unbounded charity and sterling worth. His remains were interred in the family vault at Castletown-Conyers, on Monday attended by all the gentlemen in the country and a concourse of People unequalled at any former occasion of the kind. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY, of Stormont, in this county Esq NickR
FJ1823718NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn the 10th inst, Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unbounded charity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of StormontNickR
LC1823719NPSDREWFrancisEsqThe deeply lamented Francis DREW, esq of Drewscourt, died n Friday instead of Thursday, as stated in our last.NickR
FJ1823721NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn the 10th inst, Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unbounded charity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of StormontNickR
LC1824320NPMDREWFrancisEsqAt Castle Hyde Church, by the Rev. Dr. CAMPION, Richard Giffard CAMPION, Esq; of Bushy Park, County Cork, to Lucy, eldest daughter of the late Francis DREW, Esq; of Mocollop, County WaterfordNickR
LC18251221NPDDREWFrancisEsqAt Fermoy, Arabella, youngest daughter of the late Francis DREW, of Mocollop Esq.NickR
LC1826617NPDDREWFrancisEsqAt Lismore, John, third son of the late Francis DREW, of Macollop, Esq.NickR
LC18261223NPSDREWFrancisEsqA few nights back, two fat cows, the property of Francis DREW, and Richard STEPHENSON, Esqrs. which were grazing on the lands of Tullileagh, near Springfield Castle, were maliciously cut amd stabbed with some sharp instrument. The poor beasts died of the wounds so barbarously inflicted.NickR
LEP-CS1830209NPSDREWFrancisEsqNo BrunswickerNickR
LC1832630NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn Wednesday, at Curraheen, in this co in the prime of life, after a lingering illness which she bore with Christian resignation Mary wife of Francis DREW EsqNickR
LH1832702NPDDREWFrancisEsqWednesday last, at Curraheen, in this co, in the prime of life, Mary, wife of Francis DREW EsqNickR
ClonmAdv1832704NPDDREWFrancisEsqAt Curraheen, co Limerick, Mary, wifer of Francis DREW EsqNickR
LC1833213NPDDREWFrancisEsqIn Cork, Anne daughter of the late Francis DREW EsqNickR
LC1833727NPMDREWFrancisEsqOn 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
LC1834510NPBDREWFrancisEsqOn the 6th inst, in Upper George's Street, the Hon Mrs Francis DREW of s daughterNickR
LS1838731NPDDREWFrancisEsqAt the Royal Barracks, Dublin, Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
LS1840921NPDDREWFrancisEsqFrancis DREW Esq of Macollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
FJ1841304NPMDREWFrancisEsqOn the 2d inst, in St Anne's church, James BARRY Esq of Ballyclough, High Sheriff of the co Cork and eldest son of the late Maj Gen BARRY to Olivia Maria, only daughter of the late Francis DREW Esq of Moycollap Castle, co WaterfordNickR
LS1841304NPMDREWFrancisEsqAt St Anne's church Dublin, James BARRY Esq of Ballyclough, High Sheriff of the co of Cork, to Olivia Maria only daughter and heiress of the late Francis DREW Esq of Moycollop castle and D L of County WaterfordNickR
LS18411111NPDDREWFrancisEsqBarry fourth son of Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
FJ1843622NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn 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
FJ1847107NPDDREWFrancisEsqOn the 1st inst, in Parnell-place, John Tankerville, only son of the late John DREW Esq MD and nephew of Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
FJ1847408NPDDREWFrancisEsqIn Limerick, after a lingering illness, Francis DREW Esq late quartermaster of the 49th RegtNickR
FJ1853921NPMDREWFrancisEsqMay 11, at Melbourne, Australia, Francis L DREW Esq eldest son of Francis DREW Esq of Frogmore, co Cork, to Mary, eldest daughter of J MAXWELL Esq formerly of Portaferry, co DownNickR
FJ1856312NPMDREWFrancisEsqNovember 12, at Kew, Mebourne, John, second son of the late J MC KEAN, Esq of Edinburgh, to Louisa, fourth daughter of the Francis DREW Esq of Frogmore, co CorkNickR
FJ1861524NPDDREWFrancisEsqMay 22, in this city, Anna Maria, widow of Francis DREW Esq of Mocollop Castle, co WaterfordNickR
FJ1777405-08NPMDREWFrancis Francis DREW of Drewsborough Co Clare to Miss Frances ODELLNickR
FJ1799921NPNDREWFrancis County Clare - We approve the union - Francis DREW DrewsboroughNickR
LGA1810223NPSDREWFrancis Fatal Duel. –Wednesday morning a meeting took place near the Man of War, in the county of Meath, between Mr. DREW and Mr. O'BRIEN, both gentlemen Attornies, when upon the first fire, the former received a mortal wound, and instantly fell. The survivor and his seconds are in custody at the Head Police Office in Exchange-court.—CorrespondentNickR
FJ1816806NPN/SDREWFrancis Waterford August 2, ... Grand Jury sworn ... Richard USSHER ... Francis DREW, John Douse LANGLEY, ... Edmund BARRETTNickR
LEP-CS1833910NPN/SDREWFrancis Game Licences — Names of persons who have obtained Game Certificates since the 25th of March last, taken from a list posted at the Distributors Office in Limerick ... COOTE, William, Mount Coote ... DREW, Francis, Drewsborough co Clare ...NickR
LC18331130NPNDREWFrancis Game Licences ... COOTE, William, Mount Coote ... DREW, Francis, Drewsborough, co Clare ...NickR
LS18381102NPNDREWFrancis game licences ... CROKER, J R Croom Glebe ... DREW, Francis, Drewsborough ...NickR
FJ1853129NPDDREWFrancis BarryCaptDecember 6, on her way from Hyderbad to Kurrachon, Anne Charlotte wife of Capt DREW of the 64th RegtNickR
FJ1854905NPMDREWFrancis BarryCaptAugust 31, at Westbourne-terace, Capt F B DREW of the 11th egt, to Henrietta Catherine, eldest daughter the late John A HUNTER Esq of Ormsley Lodge, SurreyNickR
FJ1857904NPBDREWFrancis BarryCaptAugust 27, at Kildare, the wife of Capt Francis B DREW of a daughterNickR
LC18241006NPBDREWFrancis LambertEsqAt Drew's Court house, the lady of Francis Lambert DREW, Esq. of a sonNickR
FJ18241008NPBDREWFrancis LambertEsqAt Drewscourt House, the lady of Francis Lambert DREW Esq of a son and heirNickR
LC1833220NPDDREWFrancis LambertEsqAt the seat of his brother, Drew's Cottage, Scariff, Francis Lambert DREW EsqNickR
LEP-CS1833222NPDDREWFrancis LambertEsqAt the seat of his brother, Drews Cottage, Scariff, Francis Lambert DREW EsqNickR
FJ1853921NPMDREWFrancis LangfordEsqMay 11, at Melbourne, Australia, Francis L DREW Esq eldest son of Francis DREW Esq of Frogmore, co Cork, to Mary, eldest daughter of J MAXWELL Esq formerly of Portaferry, co DownNickR
FJ1845104NPDDREWFrancis PDrOn the 29th ult, at Fermoy, of apoplexy Jane Graham, wife of Dr F P DREW of that townNickR
LH18321011NPMDREWFrancis PEsq MDAt Christ Church, Cork, Francis P DREW Esq MD, to Jane relict of the late James FENNEL EsqNickR
LC18231025NPMDREWFrancis REsqOn Tuesday morning, at Springfield church, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary daughter of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
FJ18231028NPMDREWFrancis REsqAt Springfield church, co Clare, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary d of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
FJ1826328NPBDREWG PEsqIn Limerick, the lady of G P DREW Esq of a daughterNickR
LGA18111105NPDDREWGeorgeEsqAt Tallow Mrs DREW relict of the late George DREW EsqNickR
LC1835325NPNDREWGeorgeEsqRegistry of voters in Limerick City — ... 136 DREW, George Esq, Newgate Lane, £10, Leaseholder house and land in Newgate Lane ...NickR
FJ1849405NPDDREWGeorgeEsqMarch 31, in Limerick, Mrs DREW, widow of George DREW Esq and mother of the Rev Dr DREW of BelfastNickR
LGA1818825NPSDREWGeorgeMrOn Thursday night [20/8], a number of villians broke into the house of Mr George DREW, on the Circular Road above the New Barraks, and rifled the house of a great quantity of linnen, wearing apparel, and thirty seven guineas and a-half in bank notes, and a pocket book containing several bills, memorandums, &c.— Friday, a woman was detained at Mr JOYNT's Pawn Office, in offering some of the articles, and on examining her house some more of them were found — she was committed to jail, with a man named Patrick HAYES. Saturday morning the pocket book, containing some papers, were thrown over the garden wall, at Mr DREW's with the following scroll—" DREW you have your book and bills now — we want money more than you—one penny you shan't get more—let out our friend, or we will have your life if you walk Ireland's ground."NickR
LGA1818901NPSDREWGeorgeMrCommitals — By Alderman MORONY to the city jail, Pat HAYES for robbing Mr DREWNickR
LEP-CS183335NPDDREWGeorgeMrat Kilrush of a decline, Simon DREW esq son of Mr George DREW of DunmoreNickR
LC18031210NPADREWGeorge To be Sold
A fashionable horse, which would answer for gig or chair:— application to be made to George DREW, Patrick-street.
Limerick, December 9, 1803.
NickR
LGA18051003NPADREWGeorge Two hundred and thirty-nine guineas reward!!!
Wheras, on Monday Night the 30th of September last, the house, now building in George's Street, by Robert FERGUSON, John, merchant, was forcibly entered and ... [damaged] ... John ROCHE Architech...[sums]
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LGA1807331NPADREWGeorge Removal – George DREW begs to inform the public that he has removed to Mr Mansegh's house in Patrick St, No 3, late in the possession of the widow BURKE, and is determined to carry on as usual the salt, soap and candle manufactury ....NickR
LGA1807414NPADREWGeorge Removal – George DREW beggs to inform the public that he has removed to Mr Mansegh's house in Patrick St, No 3, late in the possession of the widow BURKE, and is determined to carry on as usual the salt, soap and candle manufactury ....NickR
LGA18101102NPADREWGeorge Sheriffs sale from court case as published on 6 NovNickR
LGA18101106NPADREWGeorge Sheriffs sale from court caseNickR
LC18341119NPDDREWGeorge In 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
LC18341119NPDDREWGeorge L In 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
FJ1767505-09NPNDREWGeorge PurdonEsqGeorge Purdon DREW Esq is appointed a Six Clerk in Room of Hull ATFIELD Esq deceasedNickR
LC1785606NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqLast week in the 45th year of his age George Purdon DREW Esq one of the six clerks of his majesty's High Court of Chancery ...NickR
LGA1813409NPBDREWGeorge PurdonEsqOn Tuesday last in Glentworth Street the lady of George Purdon DREW of a daughterNickR
LGA1816409NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqOn the 7th inst at her son's house in Glentworth Street, in her 74th year Mrs Letitia DREW widow of George Purdon DREW Esq of Dublin, late Six Clerk in the court of Chancery - she was the most affectionate wife ...NickR
LGA1816430NPBDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Glentworth St, the lady of George Purdon DREW Esq of a daughterNickR
LGA1816910NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Glentworth Street, Frances Louisa youngest daughter of George Purdon DREW EsqNickR
FJ1816911NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Glentworth Street, Limerick, Frances Letitia youngest daughter of George Purdon DREW EsqNickR
LGA1818306NPBDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Glentworth Street the lady of G P DREW Esq of 2 sonsNickR
FJ1818310NPBDREWGeorge PurdonesqOn Wednesday last, in Limerick, the lady of G P DREW Esq of two sonsNickR
LC1826222NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Henry Street, Edward, youngest son of G. P. DREW, Esq. He had been remarkably healthy, and strong, and a very interesting infant of 14 months old.NickR
LC1826325NPBDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Henry street, the lady of G. P. DREW, Esq of a daughterNickR
LC1826405NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Henry Street, Margaret Frances, youngest daughter of George Purdon DREW, Esq.NickR
FJ1826407NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsqIn Limerick, Margaret Frances youngest daughter of G Purdon DREW EsqNickR
FJ18431124NPMDREWGeorge PurdonEsqOn the 18th inst, at Kildimo church, George Purdon DREW Esq of Limerick, to Harriette Hurst eldest daughter of the Rev Samuel JONES rector of Ardcanny, co LimerickNickR
LGA1806506NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsq (deceased)On 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
FJ1808813NPMDREWGeorge PurdonEsq MajOn Monday se'night (1/8), at St Mary's Church in Beveley, Yorkshire, England, George Purdon DREW esq Maj of the 45th Regt of Foot, to Miss HARDING, daughter of Henry HARDING Esq of Harings-grove and Brigade Maj of the Limerick MilitiaNickR
FJ1808817NPMDREWGeorge PurdonEsq MajLast week, at St Mary's Church in Beveley, Yorkshire, England, George Purdon DREW esq Maj of the 45th Regt of Foot, to Miss HARDING, daughter of Henry HARDING Esq of Harings-grove and Brigade Maj of the Limerick MilitiaNickR
FJ1847722NPDDREWGeorge PurdonEsq MajOn the 15th instant, Anne Margaret, relict of George Purdon DREW Esq Maj 45th RegtNickR
FJ17631122-26NPNDREWGeorge PurdonGentOn Thursday last ... James MONSELL of the city of Limerick gent George Purdon DREW, William SMITH & James MCCARREL of this city gent were sworn attorneys of HM Court of Exchequer. Said ... Geo Purdon DREW were admitted att'ies HM Ct KB alsoNickR
FJ1843323NPDDREWGeorge PurdonMajOn the 20th inst, in Limerick, aged 71, Maj DREW formerly of the 45th RegtNickR
FJ1847202NPMDREWGeorge PurdonMajOn the 28th ult, at Kilkee Church, John Godfrey DREW Esq son of the late Maj G P DREW of Limerick, to Anne daughter of the late Edward HURST Esq of Ballinacarig, in that coNickR
LGA1808812NPMDREWGeorge PurdonMaj, EsqLast Week at St Mary's church in Beverley Yorkshire England George Purdon DREW Esq Maj of the 45th Regiment to Miss HARDING daughter of Henry HARDING of Hardingsgrove and Brigade Major of the Limerick YeomanryNickR
LEP-CS1828912NPDDREWGeorginaMissAt Dieppe, Miss Georgina DREW daughter of the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS and John DREW Esq, granddaughter to the late and niece to the present Earl of DunmoreNickR
LC1835901NPMDREWHarriet At 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
FJ1851925NPMDREWHelen September 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
FJ1861104NPDDREWHelen Maria December 25, in Cork, Helen Maria, relict of John DREW of Rockfield, co Kerry, EsqNickR
LC1835901NPMDREWHelena At Ballymaceligot church, Kerry, George B WOODLEY of Ballymalis Cottage Esq to Helena eldest daughter of the late John DREW of Rockfield Esq, both of said countyNickR
FJ1835903NPMDREWHelena On the 27th ult, George B WOODLEY of Ballymallis Cottage, co Kerry Esq, to Helena eldest daughter of the late John DREW Esq of Rockfield in the same coNickR
FJ1852508NPDDREWHenry Brougham At Torquay, Devonshire, Henry Broougham, eldest son of the Rev P W DREW, rector of YoughalNickR
FJ18521021NPDDREWIsabella October 15, in Belfast, Isabella daughter of the Rev T DREWNickR
FJ1856605NPDDREWIsabella Alloe At Chester, Isabella Alloe, relict of Richard DREW, Esq Colonel of the 72d regimentNickR
LGA1819723NPMDREWJ RCaptOn Monday, 19th Jul Capt J R DREW late of the 84th foot, to Hannah only child of the late Edw TRATT of Minehead SomersetshireNickR
LC1824421NPBDREWJ RCaptOn Sunday se'nnight, at her mother's seat, Somersetshire, the lady of Captain J. R. DREW, late 3d Royal Veteran Bat. of a daughter.NickR
HibChron1770417NPDDREWJamesEsqAt Bunbury, in Oxfordshire,James DREW Esq a gentleman of large estate in this kingdomNickR
HDM1770412-14NPDDREWJamesEsqAt Bunbury, in Oxfordshire (England) James DREW Esq, a gentleman of large estates in this KingdomNickR

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John ANDREWS  Thomas Lane BAKER  Part 02
BAKER  Mary Elizabeth Helena BAYLY  Part 03
Matilda BAYLY  John BENNETT  Part 04
John BENNETT  Mary BEWLEY  Part 05
Newton BEWLEY  James BOND  Part 06
James BOND   BOYLE  Part 07
BOYLE  Mary BROWN  Part 08
Mary Anne BROWN  Margaret Victoria BUTLER  Part 09
Mary BUTLER  Sampson CARTER  Part 10
Sampson CARTER  Welliam Tankerville CHAMBERLAIN  Part 11
William CHAMBERLAIN  William CHRISTIAN  Part 12
William CHRISTIAN  T [Thomas?] COLE  Part 13
T C COLE  Charles COOTE  Part 14
Charles COOTE  Grace COOTE  Part 15
Grace COOTE  James COX  Part 16
John COX  Edward CROKER  Part 17
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 18
Henry CROKER  Mary CROKER  Part 19
Mary CROKER   CROKER  Part 20
CROKER  H DANVERS  Part 21
Mary Anne DANVERS  Meade DENNIS  Part 22
Meade DENNIS  Susan DOUGLAS  Part 23
Susan DOUGLAS  James DREW  Part 24
James DREW  Edward DUKE  Part 25
Mary DUKE  Anne Western EMMET  Part 26
Anne Western EMMETT  Jane (nee DOBBIN) FERGUSSON  Part 27
John FERGUSSON  Frances FLETCHER  Part 28
John Wynne FLETCHER  William FRAZER  Part 29
FRAZER  Thomas GEOGHEGAN  Part 30
William Henry GEOGHEGAN  Henry GOOLD  Part 31
Pierce GOOLD  John GRAVES  Part 32
John B GRAVES  Thomas Wise GUBBINS  Part 33
William GUBBINS  Thomas HARDING  Part 34
Thomas HARDING  Patrick HEALY  Part 35
Patrick HEALY  John HILL  Part 36
John Greatrakes HILL  Mary HOMAN  Part 37
Philip HOMAN  John HUNT  Part 38
John HUNT  Edward JAMES  Part 39
Edward JAMES  William Lane JOYNT  Part 40
JOYNT  George KERNAN  Part 41
George KERNAN  Francis Meade LANGFORD  Part 42
George LANGFORD   LEDWICH  Part 43
LEDWICH  Thomas LEE  Part 44
Thomas LEE  Harriet L'ESTRANGE  Part 45
Henry Paisley L'ESTRANGE  Richard Butler Hamilton LOWE  Part 46
Richard Butler Hamilton LOWE  Thomas MAGEE  Part 47
Thomas Perceval MAGEE   MASON  Part 48
[Elizabeth] MASSEY  George MAUNSELL  Part 49
George MAUNSELL  Samuel M'CONNELL  Part 50
Hugh M'CORMICK  J MITCHELL  Part 51
J MITCHELL  Eliza MOORE  Part 52
Elizabeth MOORE  Eliza Mary MUNRO  Part 53
George MUNRO  B NORTH  Part 54
Ellen NORTH  Daniel O'GRADY  Part 55
Darby O'GRADY  Joseph ORMSBY  Part 56
Letitia ORMSBY  Ellen PEACOCK  Part 57
George PEACOCK  Edward PERCEVAL  Part 58
PERCEVAL  David PILLETT  Part 59
Frederic PILLION  William Causabon PURDON  Part 60
William John PURDON  Matthew REDDEN  Part 61
Matthew REDDEN  Richard ROBNETT  Part 62
Ann ROBSON  John James RUSSELL  Part 63
Marcella RUSSELL  Catherine SALT  Part 64
Frances SALTER   SHEA  Part 65
Thomas Arthur SHEANE  John SMITH  Part 66
John SMITH  John STAUNTON  Part 67
John STAUNTON  [William Bellingham] SWAN  Part 68
[William Bellingham] SWAN  Harriet Maria SWANN  Part 69
Thomas SWANN  Richard TAYLOR  Part 70
Richard TAYLOR  Wm Theobald Wolfe TONE  Part 71
TONE  Catherine UNDERWOOD  Part 72
Charles UNDERWOOD  John WALDRON  Part 73
John WALDRON  Margaret WARREN  Part 74
Michael WARREN  Henry WHITE  Part 75
Henry WHITE  Alexander WILSON  Part 76
Ambrose WILSON  William WILSON  Part 77
William WILSON  Edward R WYLDE  Part 78
WYLDE    Part 79

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