King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 24

The data includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name.

Papers include
Timespan held at NLA
Freeman's Journal FJSep 1763–1924
Dublin Weekly Journal DWJApr 1725–11 Apr 1752
Hoey's Dublin MercuryHDMSep 1769–Aug 1771
Pue's OccurrencesPue'sO1717–1755
Limerick General Advertiser or GazetteLGA17 Sep 1804–10 Nov 1820
Limerick ChronicleLC1768 – 30 Dec 1835 imperfect
Limerick Evening Post and Clare SentinelLEP-CS1 Jan 1828–17 Dec 1833; 2 Jan –14 Apr 1835
Limerick HeraldLH18 Apr 1831–31 Jan 1833
Limerick TimesLT30 Jun 1834–13 Feb 1837
The Limerick reporter and Tipperary vindicatorLRTV1839–1895 imperfect
Belfast NewsletterBNL1738–1800 imperfect
Limerick StandardLS10 Mar 1837–30 Dec 1841

All these newspapers are available on microfilm at the National Library of Australia which has an online catalogue.


Papers held elsewhere include
Cork Gazette and General AdvertizerCG&GALibrary of Congress (USA)
Faulkner's Dublin JournalFDJLibrary of Congress (USA)
Limerick Herald and Munster AdvertiserLHMANational Library of Ireland
Berrow's Wocester JournalBWJUniversity of Melbourne

Main families covered include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story


PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleENTRY
FJ1855217NPBGARDEThomas WiliamRevFebruary 9, at Cloyne, the wife of the Rev Thomas William GARDE of a son
Cork Const1837302NPMGARDEThomas WilliamEsqOn Tuesday the 28th ult., at Killeagh Church, by the Rev. John GARDE, Thomas William GARDE, Esq., of Ballindiniss, in this county, to Eliza, fourth daughter of the late Rev . William SULLIVAN, Rector of Kilnagross.
FJ1853806NPBGARDEThomas WilliamRevJuly 31, at the Residency House, Cloyne, the wife of the Rev Thomas William GARDE of a son
FJ1856531NPBGARDEThomas WilliamRevMay 26, at Sun Lodge, Cloyne, the wife of the Rev Thomas William GARDE, of a daughter
FJ1857730NPBGARDEThomas WilliamrevJuly 24, at Cloyne, county Cork, the wife of the Rev T W GARDE of a son
FJ18431222NPDGARDEWEsqAt Goulnourne, New South Wales, Maria Louisa wife of W GARDE Esq of Bilberry Hill, co Cork
FJ18551220NPMGARDEWilliamEsqDecember 11, at Inchinblacky, co Cork, William GARDE Esq of Bilbery to Rebecca, second daughter of the late D HUMPHREYS Esq of Broomfield
FJ17851031NPMGARDENRobert At Corkabbey, the seat of the Rt Hon Theophilus JONES, near Bray, Robert GARDEN, Esq to Miss JONES eldest daughter of Rt Hon Theophilus JONES
FJ17981012NPMGARDINERElizabeth At the widow GARDINER's, Rutland Square by special license, and by the Lord Bishop of Killalia Miss Elizabeth GARDINER to Edward LEE Esq Member for the Borough of Dungarvan
FJ1853924NPMGARDINERJamesEsqSeptember 21, in Cork, James GARDINER, Esq of Mallow, to Emily daughter of the late Villiers PEACOCKE, Esq of Doneen, co Limerick
FJ1827122NPMGARDINERJohnEsqOn the 21st inst, in St Mark's church, by the Rev William MANLEY, John LEE Esq of Harcourt Placee to Marianne, daughter of the latye John GARDINER Esq
LC1827124NPMGARDINERJohnEsqIn St Mark's Church, Dublin, John LEE, Esq. of Harcourt Place, to Marianne, daughter of the late John GARDINER, Esq.
FJ1827122NPMGARDINERMarianne On the 21st inst, in St Mark's church, by the Rev William MANLEY, John LEE Esq of Harcourt Placee to Marianne, daughter of the latye John GARDINER Esq
LC1827124NPMGARDINERMarianne In St Mark's Church, Dublin, John LEE, Esq. of Harcourt Place, to Marianne, daughter of the late John GARDINER, Esq.
LEP-CS1831222NPSGARDINERWilliam Committed to County Limerick Gaol, by Eyre EVANS, and George W. BENNETT, Esqrs., Wiliam GARDINER and James HERBERT, robbery; by the same, Patrick DINNEEN, having stolen goods in his possession;
LC_LM1774609NPMGARDINER MrsThe Rt Hon. John BERESFORD, to Miss MONTGOMERY, daughter to Sir William MONTGOMERY, and sister to Viscountess Townsend and Mrs. GARDINER
FJ1855530NPMGARDNERAlan HydeCapt (IN)May 26, in London, Capt Alan Hyde, of the Indian Navy, so of the late Rear-Adm the Hon Farington GARDNER, to Lucy Elizabeth, daughter of Frederick COOTE Esq of Devonshire Place
FJ1855530NPMGARDNERFaringtonRear-Amd the HonMay 26, in London, Capt Alan Hyde, of the Indian Navy, so of the late Rear-Adm the Hon Farington GARDNER, to Lucy Elizabeth, daughter of Frederick COOTE Esq of Devonshire Place
FJ1842225NPMGARLANDPeakEsqOn the 19th inst, at Carlton, Gloucestershire, Benjamin RIKY Esq Capt in the 48th Regt, to Johana relict of WilliamHORNE Esq and second daughter of the late Peak GARLAND Esq of Sandings Lodge, Wiltshire
LC1799116NPSGARRATTYEdwardRevThe Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Limerick, on Monday last, collated the Rev. Edward GARRATTY, to the Prebend of Effin, vacant by the resignation of the Rev. William ROSE.
LEP-CS1831923NPSGARSDENCharlesEsqA beautiful snow-white swallow was shot by Charloes GARSDEN, Esq., at Green Bank, sear Gracedien, in the immediate vacinity of Waterford, on Monday afternoon. The rare avis has been forwarded to England, to be stuffed.
LC1792523NPSGARVEYMichael Lat Monday morning a cot, in which were Laurence CLOON, gardiner; James KEOGH, labourer; Michael GARVEY, stone-cutter; John KEEFE, tailor; and —— HOURIGAN, a boy of 12 years of age,—crossing from Donass to Castle Connell, was by the force of the current, carried down the rapid leap, dashed to pieces, and melancholy to relate, every on of the before mentioned people unfortunately perished.
LC1826114NPSGARVINCornelius A man named Cornelius GARVIN, was apprehended on Tuesday last, concealed under straw in a barn near Shandrum, adjacent to Charleville, by the Police from the latter place. He was detained by Major MAXWELL, and forwarded to the County Jail under committal of James BENNETT, Esq, the Coroner, charged with murder of a man at the fair of Dromin.
LC1827707NPAGARVINCornelius EFFIN.
Rose a. Norcott.
PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.
Thomas ELLIS.
Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.
LC1824703NPAGARVINPatrick County of Limerick
ROSE v. NORCOTT
In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.
Thomas ELLIS
LGA1815210NPMGAYEREdwardMrTuesday, by the Rev P HOGAN, Mr Edward GAYER, of William Street, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr James RYAN, woolen and linnen draper
LEP-CS1828606NPSGAYER MrTwo young gentlemen of Limerick, Messrs GRAYDON and HILL, have succeeded in obtaining scholarships at the examiniations held, last week at the University of Dublin. The number of candidated was over 120 and but 16 vacancies. They were both educated at Mr. GAYER's school in William street, Limerick
LS1840629NPMGEALEHamiltonEsqAt St Georges Church, Dublin, by the Rev Mr BUSHE, Hamilton GEALE Esq barrister-at-law to Eliza relict of the late Henry HEARD Esq and daugjhter of the late John LEE Esq of this city
Pue'sO1742508NPDGEERINGRichardEsqThursday last died at his house in King's Street Richard GEERING Esq formerly one of the six clerks in Chancery
LS1841816NPSGELSTONThomasEsqReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREW
BNL1750327NPMGEOGHAGANAlexanderSirSunday last Sir Alexander GEOGHAGAN was married to Miss Barbara FITZGERALD, daughter of James FITZGERALD, of Redmondstown in the co of Westmeath, Esq a young lady ... fortune of 2000l
FJ1847129NPMGEOGHEGANArthur GeraldEsqAt Mallow, Arthur Gerald GEOGHEGAN Esq of Rock Cottage to Anne WILSON, granddaughter of Peter LE BAS Esq of Cabra Lodge, co Dublin
FJ1850829NPBGEOGHEGANArthur GeraldEsqAugust 25, at Rosebank, Ennis, co Clare, the lady of Arthur Gerald GEOGHEGAN Esq of a son
LEP-CS1831412NPMGEOGHEGANCharlesEsqIn Ballyhay Church, Charles GEOGHEGAN, Esq., solicitor, of Blackhall Street, Dublin, to Mary-Anne, eldest daughter of Francis HORNER, Esq., of Ballyhay.
FJ18571016NPDGEOGHEGANCharlesEsqOctober 13, in Henrietta Street, Charles GEOGHEGAN Esq solicitor
FJ1859610NPDGEOGHEGANCharles On his way home from India, resulting from an accident at sea, Wm Henry GEOGHEGAN, fourth son of the late Charles GEOGHEGAN, solicitor, of Henrietta street, in this city
FJ18551123NPMGEOGHEGANEdward JohnRevNovember 21, in Mullingar, B P MACGONOGH Esq MP Staff Assistant Surgeon to the depos on that town, to Sarah eldest daughter of the Rev Edward John GEOGHEGAN, of Millmount, co Westmeath
FJ1861402NPMGEOGHEGANFrancisEsqMarch 27, at Keir House, Dumfries-shire, Francis GEOGHEGAN Esq solicitor, of Nelson Street in this city to Jane daughter of the Rev William MENZIES
FJ1857316NPDGEOGHEGANHenryEsqNovember 14, at St Kinda, near Melbourne, of consumption, Henry GEOGHEGAN, Esq solicitor, youngest son of T GEOGHEGAN Esq of Upper-Sackville Street, in this city, aged 32 years [Vic BDM No 4701 son of Thomas and Eliza CLEMENS]
FJ1852624NPMGEOGHEGANHenry June 23 in St Thomas's Church by the Rev Richard FRIZELLE, Henry GEOGHEGAN of Rathmines solicitor to Sophia second daughter—and at the same time and place John Lloyd BLOOD Esq of Talbot street to Margaret yst daut of Wm FINDLATER of Londonderry
FJ1857225NPDGEOGHEGANHenry November 14, at Melbourne, Australia, Henry GEOGHEGAN Esq solicitor late of this city (Vic Civ Regn 1856 No4922 aged 32, son of Thomas GEOGHEGAN and Eliza CLEMENTS) (his widow Sophia FINDLATER see earlier =1861 Henry Pason MORSE Vic BDM No 2587)
LC1827214NPDGEOGHEGANJosiasEsqIn Blackhall Street, Dublin, Josias GEOGHEGAN, Esq
FJ1857520NPDGEOGHEGANMathewEsqMay 7, at the monastery of Mount St Joseph, Clondakin, in the 56th year of his age, Mathew GEOGHEGAN Esq, ex-sizar Trinity College, The Deceased was a gentleman of profound classical acquirement and eminent skill in his profession, having been physician for many years to the dispensary at Baldoyle, near Howth, in this country. He gained the esteem of the public by unremitting assiduity in the duties of his calling. About ten years ago he retired to Mount St Joseph, where he won the best wishes of the community and externs by his gentlemanly deportment, combined with those moral and social qualities which tend to adorn the human character—Having received teh last rites of the church from the hands of the Rev J BRENNAN, chaplain, assisted by the the Rev J M'DONNELL. The funeral procession, consisting of the prior, community, and pupils of the seminary, &c, presented an imposing sight as it slowly advanced round the enclosure of teh monastery, all chanting "Miserari" and "Benedictus" till they arrived in the cemetry, where the "De Profundis" was sung in the Gregoran chaunt over his remains, at their final resting place in the vaults attached. May he rest in peace. Amen.
FJ18551123NPMGEOGHEGANSarah November 21, in Mullingar, B P MACGONOGH Esq MP Staff Assistant Surgeon to the depos on that town, to Sarah eldest daughter of the Rev Edward John GEOGHEGAN, of Millmount, co Westmeath
FJ1857316NPDGEOGHEGANThomasEsqNovember 14, at St Kinda, near Melbourne, of consumption, Henry GEOGHEGAN, Esq solicitor, youngest son of T GEOGHEGAN Esq of Upper-Sackville Street, in this city, aged 32 years [Vic BDM No 4701 son of Thomas and Eliza CLEMENS]
FJ1859610NPDGEOGHEGANWilliam Henry On his way home from India, resulting from an accident at sea, Wm Henry GEOGHEGAN, fourth son of the late Charles GEOGHEGAN, solicitor, of Henrietta street, in this city
LC18251119NPMGEOGHEGANWilliam MEsqIn Dublin, William M. GEOGHEGAN, Esq to Frances, daughter of the late Robert MELVILLE, Esq M.D.
FJ1852719NPBGEOGHEGAN MajJuly 9, at Maryville, co Galway, the wife of Maj GEOGHEGAN, late of the Madras Army, of a daughter
FDJ1751101NPN/SGEORGEHamiltonEsqAt the quarterly meeting of the Rt Hon Govenors of the Work House the Hon John BUTLER Esq was unanomously elected in room of Sir Robert MAUD Bt deceased, likewise Hamilton GEORGE Esq in the room of Charles COOTE Esq deceased
Pue'sO1751101NPN/SGEORGEHamiltonEsqYesterday, at the quarterly meeting of the Rt Hon Govenors of the Work House the Hon John BUTLER Esq was unanomously elected in room of Sir Robert MAUD Bt deceased, likewise Hamilton GEORGE Esq in the room of Charles COOTE Esq deceased
LC1793615NPDGERADE Lord Chancellor of IrelandOn Friday last, in Chester, William John PURDON, of Dublin, Esq.—In opening the ground near the Altar, in St. Oswald's for the interment of the remains of the above Gentleman, the lead cofin which encloses the dust of the Lord Chancellor GERADE, was found in a state of preservation scarcely credible, when we say that ir has been ab inhabitant of the peaceful grave 211 years; though from its appearance the eye might be deceived into a belief, that it had not lain there more than as many hours!—Lord Chancellor GERADE held the Irish Seals in the reign of Elizabeth.
Pue'sO1755513NPSGERAGHTYBartholemew Same day [Sat last] Daniel DONOVAN and Bartholemew GERAGHTY for burglarously entering the haouse of John ELLIOTT, and taking goods to the value of 4 shillings, were committed by to Kilmainham Goal William CHAMBERLAIN Esq one of the JPs for the co Dublin
LGA18191026NPSGERAGHTYCatherine Trial for assault
LC1823305NPSGERAGHTYEdwardRevA few days back, as a man of the Rev. Edward GERAGHTY, Rector of Killeedy, was executing his master's commands on the mountain called the Commons, he was met by two men, well armed, who took from him the summonses which he was about to serve for tithes, and, after making him eat the same, was suffered to depart.
Pue'sO1734225NPAGERRYGeorgeAldGeorge GERRY, Ald plaintiff
Robert FRENCH, John TAYLOR and others defendants
... sell lands of Killyuane containing 29 acres ... barony of Dunkellin and co of Galway ...
LC1825226NPSGESSJohn 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.
LS18411018NPDGIBBINGSJonathanEsqAt Braidwood, near Sidney, New South Wales, in May last, in the 26th year iof his age, of injuries received in consequence of a fall from his horse, Jonathan GIBBINGS Esq son of the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS vicar of Monkstown, co Cork
Pue'sO1742508NPDGIBBINGSThomasEsqLast week died at his seat in co of Cork Thomas GIBBINGS Esq ....
LEP-CS1828919NPMGIBBINGSThomasRevOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, Esq
LS18411018NPDGIBBINGSThomasRevAt Braidwood, near Sidney, New South Wales, in May last, in the 26th year iof his age, of injuries received in consequence of a fall from his horse, Jonathan GIBBINGS Esq son of the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS vicar of Monkstown, co Cork
LGA1811730NPSGIBBINGSThomas On Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A B
LC1773408NPMGIBBONSAndrewMrMr Andrew GIBBONS of Dublin to Miss Mary HOLMES, daughter of the late Alderman HOLMES of this city
FJ17901112NPDGIBBONS MrsAt Mallow in the Co Cork, Mrs [Elizabeth] GIBBONS relict of the late B[artholemew] GIBBONS of Gibbonsgrove and sister to the late Rev Edward WRIGHT(sic) [WIGHT] DD Archdeacon of Limerick
LGA1815721NPMGIBBSAbrahamEsqOn the 10th of May, at the house of the British mimister at Palermo, Liet. Colonel A'COURT adjutant general to the Bristish forces in the Mediterranian, to Mary only daughter of Abraham GIBBS Esq
LGA1815721NPMGIBBSMary Elizabeth Catherine On the 10th of May, at the house of the British mimister at Palermo, Liet. Colonel A'COURT adjutant general to the Bristish forces in the Mediterranian, to Mary only daughter of Abraham GIBBS Esq
FJ1816919NPMGIBSONEdwardEsqOn Tuesday morning, at Taney Church, Edward GIBSON Esq of Quermore Park, in the co Lancaster, to Mary daughter of William CROKER [Solicitor, Dublin] Esq of Robuck Cottage [there are two townlands Roebuck in Taney parish, co Dublin]
FJ1860626NPMGIBSONHenry GordonEsqLong notice
LEP-CS18291120NPMGIBSONJamesEsqAt St George's Church, Everton, by the Rev G MONK, Henry S C BOWEN, Esq. of Limerick, to Martha, second daughter of the late James GIBSON, od Vererton Crescent, Liverpool, Esq
FJ1860626NPMGIBSONJohnEsqLong notice
LGA18121124NPSGIBSONJosephseamanFriday Joseph GIBSON, seaman of his Majesty' s ship la Loire, sentenced to death, for maliciously stabbing Leiut. CROKER, son of the Rev Richard CROKER, of this city, suffered the sentence passed on him, on board that ship at Spithead.
LEP-CS18291120NPMGIBSONMartha At St George's Church, Everton, by the Rev G MONK, Henry S C BOWEN, Esq. of Limerick, to Martha, second daughter of the late James GIBSON, od Vererton Crescent, Liverpool, Esq
LGA18181103NPSGIBSONTerance Imitation Tea — Before the Rt Hon Commissioners of Customs Nov 2, 1818 the Trial of Terance GIBSON ...
FJ18441117NPMGIFFARDEdwardEsqOn the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of Portsmouth
LGA1808729NPMGIFFARDHardingEsqHarding GIFFARD Esq to Miss Harriet PENNELL daughter of Lovel PENNELL Esq of Baggot Street Dublin
FJ18441117NPMGIFFARDHardingeSir BtOn the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of Portsmouth
FJ1846110NPBGIFFORD LordOn the 4th instant, at Richmond Drumcondra, the lady of Waldron KELLY Esq niece of Viscount Samodias, of Oporto, and grand niece of Lord Gifford, of a daughter
FJ1820503NPMGILBERTEdwardEsqOn the same day [Saturday last], in Cork, Edward GILBERT Esq of the 25th Regt, to Eliza daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of Castle Oliver, co Limerick
LGA1820505NPMGILBERTEdwardEsqAt Christ church, Cork, Edward GILBERT, esq. of the 25th regt. to Eliza, daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, of Castle Oliver, esq. in this county
LGA1819910NPDGILES[nee GRADY]MrsNear Youghal, very sincerely regretted, Mrs GILES, wife of Walter GILES, Esq. and sister of the late Standish GRADY, Esq of Elton, in this county
LEP-CS18301005NPDGILESformerly METGEMrsAt Athlumny, Co Meath, Mrs. GILES, relict of the late John METGE, and sister to Mrs. John WIGHT, of Limerick
LGA1819910NPDGILESWalterEsqNear Youghal, very sincerely regretted, Mrs GILES, wife of Walter GILES, Esq. and sister of the late Standish GRADY, Esq of Elton, in this county
LC18251008NPSGILESWalterEsqAt 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.
CG&GA17941001NPDGILESWalterRevThe 19th inst, at Youghal, the Rev Walter GILES
FJ17941001NPDGILESWalterRevAt the college of Youghal, the Rev Walter GILES
FJ1860414NPMGILLAnnie Mary April 12, at St George's Church, in this city, by the Rev Robert PACKENHAM, rector of Celbridge, Thomas Percival SWAN Esq youngest son of the late William SWAN of North Frederick Street to Annie Mary eldst daughter of the late Thomas GILL of Drogheda Esq
FJ1860414NPMGILLThomasEsqApril 12, at St George's Church, in this city, by the Rev Robert PACKENHAM, rector of Celbridge, Thomas Percival SWAN Esq youngest son of the late William SWAN of North Frederick Street to Annie Mary eldst daughter of the late Thomas GILL of Drogheda Esq
LS18411021NPMGILLWilliamEsqAt Rathekeale, William GILL Esq eldest son of the late Capt GILL of the 24th Regt and formerly barrack master of Rathkeale, to Anne eldest daughter of Mr Thomas BARRETT
LEP-CS18301126NPMGILL CaptIn Rathkeale, Captain GILL, Barrackmaster of that town, to the truly agreeable Miss Bridget DOWNES.
LS18411021NPMGILL CaptAt Rathekeale, William GILL Esq eldest son of the late Capt GILL of the 24th Regt and formerly barrack master of Rathkeale, to Anne eldest daughter of Mr Thomas BARRETT
CMC1808817NPMGILLMANHerbertEsqAt Kilmeen Church, on Tuesday the 8th inst, by the Rev. E. H. KENNY, Herbert GILLMAN, of Eniskeen, Esq to Miss BENNETT, eldest daughter of Francis BENNETT, of Bennetts Grove, in this county, Esq
LEP-CS1830514NPMGILLMANHerbertEsqIn Cork, Herbert GILLMAN, Esq., to Ester the daughter of the late John BENNETT, Esq. of that City
LC1801117NPMGILMOREJamesMrThursday last, at Broadford Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE linnen-draper, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN daughter of Denis REDDAN Esq of said place
LC1801117NPMGILMOREJamesMrThursday last, at Broadford, Co. Clare, Mr. James GILMORE, Linen-draper of Broad Street, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN, daughter of Denis REDDAN, Esq; of said place
LGA1818130NPSGILMORE MasterRobbery of Denis REDDAN's house
FJ1766621-24NPDGLADOWEThomasEsqAt his house in Castle Street, Thomas GLADOWE Esq an eminent banker
Pue'sO1755325NPNGLASCOCKWalterEsqArthur MAGUIRE Esq is appointed a six clerk of the Court of Chancery in room of Walter GLASCOCK Esq deceased
LC1783718NPSGLASCOTTWilliamBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.
LHMA1789601NPDGLASSERJohnMrLast Friday, very much lamented, Mrs. GLASSER, wife of Mr. John GLASSER.
LHMA1789601NPDGLASSER MrsLast Friday, very much lamented, Mrs. GLASSER, wife of Mr. John GLASSER.
FJ1819216NPDGLEADOWE[?daut of Mary Anne? qv]MissOn the 5th inst, in Sackville Street, Miss GLEADOWE
FJ1771406NPMGLEADOWEBelinda At Cork the Rev Mr CLIFFE to Miss GLEADOWE
HDM1771409NPMGLEADOWEBelinda At Cork the rev John CLIFFE to Miss Belinda GLEADOWE
FJ1807606NPMGLEADOWEEdwardEsqEdward GLEADOWE Esq to Mrs SWEETMAN reclict of the late James SWEETMAN Esq barrister-at-law
FJ1814725NPDGLEADOWEEdwardEsqOn the 22nd inst, at his house in Mountjoy Square, after a lingering indisposition, Edward GLEADOWE Esq in the 76th year of his age
CG&GA1796723NPNGLEADOWEEdward Pensioners on Irish establishment ... Edward GLEADOWE £100 ... £550 ...
FJ18091030NPSGLEADOWEEdward Jubilee celebrations — Debetors donations ...Maj SWAN £2-5-6 ... CROKER, Darling and Co £5-13-9 ..— List of nobility and gentry who dined at the Rotunda 25 Oct ... Wm B SWAN ... John SWAN ... Edward GLEADOWE ...
DEP1837131NPDGLEADOWEElizaMrsMrs. Eliza GLEADOWE, relict of the late Edward GLEADOWE, Esq; formerly of Mountjoy Square
FJ1812928NPDGLEADOWEMary AnneMrsIn Sackville Street, on the 21st inst, Mrs Mary Anne GLEADOWE
FJ1770816NPMGLEADOWETeresaMissA few days ago at Bath Patrick CEMERFORD of Cork Esq to Miss Teresa GLEADOW of Dublin
FJ17721017-20NPMGLEADOWEWilliamEsqOn Saturday last by the Rev the Lord Bishop of Elphin, William GLEADOWE Esq an eminent banker of this city to Miss NEWCOMMEN daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMMEN of Co Longford Esq
Pue'sO1754309NPSGLEADOWE  ... bankers of this city [Dublin] ... GLEADOWE & Comp. ...
LC1792825NPMGLEADOWE NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtAt Creeny, co. Longford, the seat of John BELL, Esq; the Rev. John BROOKER, nephew to Sir William GLEADOWE NEWCONMEN, Bart; to Miss SIMS, daughter to Edward SIMS, Esq; of Springfield, co. Westmeath.
LC1785421NPDGLEADOWE NEWCOMENWilliamSir, Bt[Cork] Last Friday, universally lamented after an illness of only a few days, Mrs. COMERFORD, wife of Patrick COMERFORD, Esq; and sister to Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN, of Dublin, Bart.
FJ1807826aNPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENCharlotteBaronessAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ1817527NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENCharlotte (nee NEWCOMEN)Vicountess NewcomenAt Bath on the 16th inst, the Rt Hon Charlotte Viscountess Newcomen. She is succeeded in her title and estates by her Ladyship's only son the Hon Sir Thomas G[LEADOWE] NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ1818317NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENJaneThe HonOn the 9th inst at Bath,Charles Gordon ASHLEY Esq to the Hon Jane NEWCOMEN sister of the Rt Hon Viscount NEWCOMEN
FJ1818929NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENKatherineHonOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMEN
FJ1818317NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasRt Hon Viscount NewcomenOn the 9th inst at Bath,Charles Gordon ASHLEY Esq to the Hon Jane NEWCOMEN sister of the Rt Hon Viscount NEWCOMEN
FJ1807826cNPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasSir BtAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ1817527NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasSir Bt, ViscountAt Bath on the 16th inst, the Rt Hon Charlotte Viscountess Newcomen. She is succeeded in her title and estates by her Ladyship's only son the Hon Sir Thomas G[LEADOWE] NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ1818929NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMEN
LC1825119NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenAt his seat, Killester, in the neighbourhood of Dublin, after four days illness, Lord Viscount Newcomen, one of the most eminent Bankers in that city and representative of the house of Gleadowe [he comitted suicide on the failure of his bank]
FJ1807826NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ182524NPSGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtMortgage & bond debts — In July 1806, a deed of co-partnership was entered in between Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN, the Hon Thomas G NEWCOMEN (late lord Viscount NEWCOMEN), Edward GLEADOWE, the brother of Sir Wm ...
LC1833824NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMMEN Vicountess NewcommenAt Cheltenham, the Hon Catherine, youngest daughter of the Vicountess NEWCOMMEN
LEP-CS1831628NPSGLEASON MrThe sum of £12 13s. was raised in Bruff, Co. Limerick, on Sunday week, for the relief of the poor in the distressed district, including sums of £1 each from Mr. BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, and Mr. GLEASON, of Green Lawn. The sum was considerable, if the state of the Country, and the local want of employment in this town and vicinity, be taken into account.
LGA1814412NPSGLEESONMichael Edward CROKER, Esq of Ballyneguard, having received information, that John QUAINE, who was charged with the murder of Michael GLEESON, of Ballymaistradeen, on the 13th of February last, was at the hill of Fedamore, this gentleman with his son, the Rev Edward CROKER, and Arthur Gethin CREAGH, Esq went on Friday last, at two o'clock, and detected the offender, notwithstandingh his having arms in his bed, he was seized in the most spirited manner, and but for their promptitude he would have resisted the attack.— He was escorted the same evening by those gentlemen and their servants, into this city, and lodged in the county gaol. These magistrates, for their assiduity and active exertions, in arresting and bringing to justice this man who hitherto eluded the punishment due to his crime, deserve the highest praise, as well for this as various other instances of their vigilance, which we have had occasion to notice
LEP-CS1829818NPSGLEESONMichael 

County Criminal Court—Friday

After Mr. Justice TORRENS had taken his seat on the Bench, a young boy about 14 years old, named Michael GLEESON, was placed at the bar, and pleaded guilty to a charge of sheep stealing. It was only two days before he was discharged for want of evidence under a similar charge.— He was sentenced to seven years transportation; on hearing the sentence he laconically replied "That's all I want."
LGA1820602NPSGLEESONPatrick Committals
By R SMITHWICK< Esq. to the County Gaol, Pat. Murphy, charged with administering unlawful oaths and appearing in arms. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Pat GLEESON, charged with felony and robbery.
FJ1797411NPNGLENDOWEEdward Freeman & Freeholder
FJ1771406-09NPMGLENDOWE MissAt Corke, the Rev Mr CLIFT to Miss GLENDOWE
FJ18281017NPMGLENTONMary On the 16th inst, at St Mary's church, by the Rev William PURDON, Richard WILSON jun of Castle Street Esq eldest son of Richard WILSONof Richmond Street Esq to Mary youngest of the late William GLENTON of Mary Street Esq
FJ18281017NPMGLENTONWilliamEsqOn the 16th inst, at St Mary's church, by the Rev William PURDON, Richard WILSON jun of Castle Street Esq eldest son of Richard WILSONof Richmond Street Esq to Mary youngest of the late William GLENTON of Mary Street Esq
FJ18481216NPDGLOSSOPJohn JamesEsqOn the 12th inst, in London, John James GLOSSOP Esq to Harriet Eliza only daughter of Lt-Col Samuel Coote MARTIN, of the Grenadier Guards
LC1792630NPMGLOSTERGeorgeMrOn the same day [Thursday last], at George's Church, Mr. George GLOSTER, to the agreeable Miss Hariott WILSON, daughter of the late Mr. Richard WILSON, of Ballinacurra.
FJ1792704NPMGLOSTERGeorge At Limerick ,,,, and Mr George GLOSTER to Miss Harriet WILSON daughter of the late Mr Richard WILSON of Ballincurra
FJ1842730NPMGLOVERHannah MariaMrsAt Tavistock, Loftus Warren PEACOCKE Esq youngest son of the late Col S PEACOCKE of the scots Fusilier Guards to Hannah Maria widow of William GLOVER Esq of the 55th Regt
FJ1842730NPMGLOVERWilliamEsqAt Tavistock, Loftus Warren PEACOCKE Esq youngest son of the late Col S PEACOCKE of the scots Fusilier Guards to Hannah Maria widow of William GLOVER Esq of the 55th Regt
LC1803209NPMGLOVERWilliamMrSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.
LGA1806103NPAGLOVERWilliam William GLOVER
From Dublin
(Successor and son-in-law of Thomas GOGGIN)
Informs his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced Business in the old established shop N0. &9 Mary-Street, opposite Bridge-Street ... watch and clockmaking line...
LGA18191102NPSGLOVERWilliam 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.
LC1827811NPBGLYNNWilliamEsqOn the 27th ult., the wife of William GLYNN, of Clonard, Esq. of two daughters, who, with their mother, are doing well. These, with eleven other fine girls, who are all living, make thirteen in succession.
LC18101006NPDGODFREYAnthonyMrsLast week, at Kilarney, Mrs. GODFREY, wife of Anthony GOFREY, Esq; and daughter of the late John LANGFORD, of Castle-Longford, Co. Kerry, Esq
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYEdwardEsqAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th Regt
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYJohnSir BtAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th Regt
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYWilliamRevAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th Regt
FJ1857227NPSGODKIN MrBelfast Newspaper Editors
LGA1808902NPDGODSELLEdmondMrLast Sunday, in consequence of a fall from his horse, Mr Edmond GODSELL, of Sunville-mills, in this county
LC1783220NPAGODSELLJamesEsqThe creditors of the late John VEREKER, of the City of Limerick, Esq; are Requested to send in the Names and Amount of their respective demands, to James GODSELL, of Sunville, James LANGTON, of Brury, or Benjamin FREND, of the City of Limerick Esqrs; Trustees named in his last will, or to Amos VEREKER, of said city, Burgess, for the purpose of discharging the same, in the speediest and most satisfactory manner.
Feb. 3, 1783
LGA18151006NPDGODSELLJamesEsqOn Friday last, James GODSELL, Esq. of Sunville in this county
LC1824721NPAGODSELLJamesEsqSunville Mill.
to be let,
from the 29th September next.
For such term as shall be agreed on,
Sunvill Mill,
with the mill lands adjoining,
containing about Three Acres
Heretofore held by Robert MAXWELL, Esq.
situate near Ardpatrick, on the Mail Coach Road to Cork.
  Apply to James GODSELL, Esq. Sunville; and to Thomas IRELAND, Esq. at Swinburn's, during the Assizes; and afterwards, No. 6, Fitzwilliam-square, West, Dublin
July 21, 1824.
CG HA1794913NPDGODSELLJohnEsqIn Charleville, John GODSELL, Esq
LGA1812904NPSGODSELLSamuelCaptCapt Samuel GODSELL, is appointed Major in the South Cork regiment, vice HILL promoted to Lieut. colonelcy
LGA1820407NPDGODSELLSamuelMajAt Sunville, Major GODSELL.
FJ1842712NPMGOFFAnne Amelia On the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward Ireland
FJ1842712NPMGOFFFEsqOn the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward Ireland
CG HA1788605NPDGOGGIN(nee PINCHIN)MrsLimerick, May 29. Died on Tuesday last, Mr. John PINCHIN, woolen-draper. — Same night, Mrs GOGGIN, relict of the late Stephen GOGGIN, Attorney, and sister to the above mentioned gentleman. — It is remarkable, that the disorder of which they died, was taken by them both at the same time.
LEP-CS18301224NPDGOGGIN[Eliza nee DREW]MrsIn Georges Street Limerick Mrs GOGGIN relict of the late Stephen B GOGGIN Esq
LC18231129NPAGOGGINC (nee M'NEMARA)MrsAdvert 23 George's street
LC1827711NPSGOGGINEdwardMrThe gun taken some time since from the herdsman of Mr. Edward GOGGIN, at Burton-Hall, has been returned through the Rev Mr SHEEHY, P P of Meelick
FJ18601121NPBGOGGINEdward HodgesMrAt Burton Hill, co Clare, the wife of Mr Edward Hodges GOGGIN, of a son
LC1827602NPSGOGGINFrancis HarrisonMrMr. Francis Harrison GOGGIN, of this City, has been appointed a cadet in the Hon. East India Company's Service, in the Presidency of Bombay.
LEP-CS1828805NPMGOGGINGeorge MorganEsqOn Saturday morning, at the Cathedral, Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, George Morgan GOGGIN, Esq, of Shannonview, North Strand, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Thomas AYLMER, Esq. of Santa Croix, West Indies.
LGA1820307NPSGOGGINHenry H Letter from Santa Cruz
LHMA17891019NPMGOGGINJamesMrThis morning, Mr. James GOGGIN, watchmaker, to the amiable and accomplished, Miss. Rebecca PINCHIN, daughter of the late Thomas PINCHIN, clothier, with a fortune of 500l.
LEP-CS1832221NPMGOGGINJamesMrYesterday morning, in St. John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev John JEBB, Mr. Stephen Edward GOGGIN, son of the late Mr. James GOGGIN, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Wm. BUNTON, of Clare-street.
LHMA17891207NPAGOGGINJames James GOGGIN, Repeating, horizontal, stop, and Plain watch-maker, who served his Apprenticeship to Mr. W. BYRAM, of Cork; respectfully acquaintes his Friends and the Public, that he has just commenced Business in the shop lately occupied by Mr. P. PARKER, Watch-Maker, No. 29, Bridge Street; (formerly Quay Lane,) where he intends carrying on said business, in the most extensive manner, as is supplied with a fashionable assortment of Gold, silver, and pinchback watches; chains, seals, trinkets, pocket books, penknives, Patentee Silk Purses &c, &c. Such ladies and gentlemen as are pleased to favour him with their commands shall be carefully attended to.
N. B. He will be always supplied the most fashionable ---- and will attend Clocks in Town and Country, on the usual Terms
December 7, 1789.
LEP-CS1829403NPSGOGGINJames [Cork] Charles MCCARTHY was charged with the murder of James GOGGIN. It was in a "scuffle," about manure that the deceased was struck.— Guilty; to be imprisoned.
LC18231022NPMGOGGINJohnMrOn Monday morning, at Kilmurry Church, by the Rev. Henry I. INGRAM, Mr. John GOGGIN, to Miss M'NEMARA, of George's Street.
LS1837711NPMGOGGINLambert DrewMrOn Sunday in the temporary church, Bedford Row, by the Rev Dawson MASSY, Mr Lambert Drew GOGGIN to Eliza third daughter of Mr Sidney Ievers RUTLEDGE and granddaughter of William TAYLOR Esq Capt in her Majesty's 28th Regt
LS1841705NPBGOGGINLamberth DrewMrsAt Athhurs Quay, Mrs Lambert Drew GOGGIN of a daughter
LC1785509NPMGOGGINMargretMissLast Saturday, Mr. William GOGGIN, Bookseller, to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr. William GOGGIN, Attorney, with a handsome fortune.
LEP-CS1829303NPMGOGGINMary Williamina Saturday morning, at the Cathedral Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, Henry CROSTHWAITE, Esq. of Carlow, to Mary Williamina, daughter of the late William GOGGIN, Esq. of said city
LEP-CS1830112NPSGOGGINMichaelEsqWilliam GOGGIN, Esq. son of the late Michael GOGGIN, Esq. of Limerick, has been admitted a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
LGA1820509NPSGOGGINMichaelMrThe Lord Chief Justice and Justices of the Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, have been pleased to appoint Mr. Michael GOGGIN, Sub-Distributor of Stamps of this city, and a Commissioner for the taking of affidavits in the county and city of Limerick.
LC1825820NPSGOGGINMichaelMrYesterday, after a long and strict examination at teh Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin, Mr. William GOGGIN, son of Mr. Michael GOGGIN, of this city, obtained the necessary certificate to qualify him to commence the profession of Apothecary.
LC18261108NPDGOGGINMichaelMrIn Taylor Street, on Saturday, Mr. Michael GOGGIN, many years Assistant at the Stamp Office in this City
LC1827124NPDGOGGINMichaelMrAt Clonmel, Mr. William GOGGIN, late of this City.
LC1792602NPAGOGGINMichael Land to let Irishtown
LGA1811222NPAGOGGINMichael To be set,
or the interest sold,
The upper part ofthe house
in Francis Street,
opposite the commercial buildings,
wherein Michael GOGGIN now resides,
Apply at the House.
Limerick, 22d February.
LGA1820307NPSGOGGINMichael Letter from Santa Cruz
LC1827228NPAGOGGINMichael Advertisement for properties in Limerick
LC17991127NPMGOGGINRichardMrThis morning at St. Mary-Church, Mr. Richard GOGGIN, of Nenagh, watchmaker, to the agreeable Mis FENNELL, daughter of John FENNELL, of Donass, Esq
LEP-CS18311122NPMGOGGINRobert YoungMrOn Tuesday last, at Kilmurry church, by the Rev Mr HERBERT, Mr Robert Young GOGGIN of Limerick printer, to Miss Rebecca RYAN daughter of the late Mr Philip RYAN of Anscotty Mills
Pue'sO17531124NPN/SGOGGINStephenMrTuesday last the following gentlemen were sworn attorneys of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, viz ... Mr Stephen GOGGIN ...
LC1797111NPMGOGGINStephenMrSunday last, Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, of Dublin, C. M. T., to the agreeable Miss Jane YOUNG, daughter of Mr, Robery YOUNG, of Newcastle, near this city, with a pleasing fortune.
LC1797506NPMGOGGINStephenMrThis morning, Mr. Joseph WORRELL, of Charlotte-quay, shoe-maker, to the agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, Revenue-Officer.
LEP-CS1831204NPDGOGGINStephenMrIn Clare Street Limerick, much regretted Mr Stephen GOGGIN printer
CG HA1788605NPDGOGGINStephen Limerick, May 29. Died on Tuesday last, Mr. John PINCHIN, woolen-draper. — Same night, Mrs GOGGIN, relict of the late Stephen GOGGIN, Attorney, and sister to the above mentioned gentleman. — It is remarkable, that the disorder of which they died, was taken by them both at the same time.
LGA18071218NPAGOGGINStephen The Church-Wardens of St Michael's Parish give notice to the inhabitants of the parish in the town & country that Stephen GOGGIN has been appointed by the Vestry to Collect the Militia Rent then appli..ttedto the pursant to Act ... file of £300 per man..
LEP-CS1830202NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqThis morning, after a few days illness at his house in George's Street Limerick Stephen B GOGGIN Esq printer — much and deservedly lamented ...
FJ1830204NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqTuesday morning, after a few days illness, at his house in George's street Limerick, Stephen B GOGGIN Esq Printer ...
LEP-CS18301224NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqIn Georges Street Limerick Mrs GOGGIN relict of the late Stephen B GOGGIN Esq
LGA1809404NPMGOGGINStephen ByrumMrYesterday, 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 Esq
LGA1809124NPAGOGGINStephen Byrum 

GOGGIN's Old established School-book, Paper and Patent Medicine Ware-house:
Mary Street, Corner of Bridge Street.

January 24, 1809.

LGA18171010NPSGOGGINStephen Byrum Grand Jury
John HARRISON Esq Foreman, Richard WILSON, Thos. TAVERNER, Samuel WILSON, A James WATSON, L J JONES, John MORGAN, Pat O'CALLAGHAN, Stephen B GOGGIN, Michael CLARKE, John JONES, Thomas DEVITT, Thomas SPARROW, T BRUNTON, Henry WHEELER, J CORNEAL, J BROMWELL, J MYLES, B DICKSON, John PEACOCKE and Wm. STEPHENS
ClonmAdv1832225NPMGOGGINStephen EMrAt Limerick, Mr Stephen E GOGGIN to Mary daughter of Mr William BUNTON
LEP-CS1832221NPMGOGGINStephen EdwardMrYesterday morning, in St. John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev John JEBB, Mr. Stephen Edward GOGGIN, son of the late Mr. James GOGGIN, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Wm. BUNTON, of Clare-street.
LC1797408NPSGOGGINThomasMrYesterday, Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, watch-maker, stopped two Watches, which were offered tohimfor sale; one of which was the preceeding night stolen from an Officer,—the other he has left with Sheriff WATSON, for inspection.
LC1803209NPMGOGGINThomasMrSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.
LC1803212NPSGOGGINThomasMrOn Tuesday evening, Ellen ENRIGHT, an old woman, went to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, Watch maker, nd offered for sale, the half of a large silver Sauce Boat;— Mr. GOGGIN, very properly suspecting her, called on Mr. W. A neighbouring High Constable, who brought her before the Rt. Worshipful Joseph SARGENT, Mayor: on Mr. W. referring to a publication in the Limerick Chronicle of the 13th of March, 1799, it appears that it was part of a parcel of Plate, stolen out of the house of James D'ARCY, Esq; of Knockadreey, in this county. The woman was committed to the City Gaol.
LGA1819402NPDGOGGINThomasMrDied, this day at an advanced age, very sincerely lamented, Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, of this city, watch and clock maker—a very honest man
LGA1806103NPAGOGGINThomas William GLOVER
From Dublin
(Successor and son-in-law of Thomas GOGGIN)
Informs his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced Business in the old established shop N0. &9 Mary-Street, opposite Bridge-Street ... watch and clockmaking line...
LGA1818327NPSGOGGINThomas Committed
... By Alderman RUSSELL, Thomas GOGGIN, charged with stealing a bridle and saddle.
LGA1808927NPDGOGGINWilliamEsqLast Sunday morning, in Mary Street, after a lingering illness which he bore with christian patience, Wm. GOGGIN, Esq. printer and bookseller.—He was a good husband, a tender father, and a truly honest man.
LEP-CS1829303NPMGOGGINWilliamEsqSaturday morning, at the Cathedral Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, Henry CROSTHWAITE, Esq. of Carlow, to Mary Williamina, daughter of the late William GOGGIN, Esq. of said city
LEP-CS1830112NPSGOGGINWilliamEsqWilliam GOGGIN, Esq. son of the late Michael GOGGIN, Esq. of Limerick, has been admitted a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
LC1785509NPMGOGGINWilliamMrLast Saturday, Mr William GOGGIN Bookseller to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN daughter of the late Mr William GOGGIN attorney, with a handsome fortune
LC1785509NPMGOGGINWilliamMrLast Saturday, Mr. William GOGGIN, Bookseller, to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr. William GOGGIN, Attorney, with a handsome fortune.
LJ17911003NPDGOGGINWilliamMrLast week in Mungret street, Mrs. GOGGIN, relict of Mr. William GOGGIN, grocer
LGA1812407NPMGOGGINWilliamMrthis morning at said church [St munchins] Mr William GOGGIN of Mary Street chandler to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER rector of Six Mile Bridge county Clare
LGA1812407NPMGOGGINWilliamMrThis morning, in said church [St Munchin's] Mr Wm. GOGGIN, chandler, to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER, rector of Six Mile Bridge, co Clare
LGA1815221NPMGOGGINWilliamMrOn Sunday morning, Mr John MORRIS, of John Street, to Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr Wiliam GOGGIN of this city
LC1825820NPSGOGGINWilliamMrYesterday, after a long and strict examination at teh Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin, Mr. William GOGGIN, son of Mr. Michael GOGGIN, of this city, obtained the necessary certificate to qualify him to commence the profession of Apothecary.
LGA1809124NPAGOGGINWilliam 

GOGGIN's Old established School-book, Paper and Patent Medicine Ware-house:
Mary Street, Corner of Bridge Street.

January 24, 1809.

LC1797506NPMGOGGIN MissThis morning, Mr. Joseph WORRELL, of Charlotte-quay, shoe-maker, to the agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, Revenue-Officer.
LC1803209NPMGOGGIN MissSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.
LGA1815221NPMGOGGIN MissOn Sunday morning, Mr John MORRIS, of John Street, to Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr Wiliam GOGGIN of this city
FJ1857727NPSGOINGJohnEsqResistance to the Sheriff
LC1826617NPAGOINGJohnannah Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
LGA1820523NPSGOINGRichardEsqCommittals
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.
FJ1764124-28NPMGOINGRobertEsqLast Friday, Robert GOING of Tullamaylan in TIP Esq was married to Miss Margaret MAUNSELL daughter of Thomas MAUNSELL Esq Councellor at law; a very agreeable young lady
LC1826617NPAGOINGThomas Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
LC1797520NPMGOINGThomas RichardEsqLast Wednesday, at Kilbray, Co. Cork, Thomas Richard GOING, Esq; of Bird-Hill, Co. Tipperary, to Miss ADAMS, daughter of Wallace ADAMS, Esq; of Kilbray, aforesaid
LHMA17891019NPMGOING MissWilliam QUINN, of Kilmalogue, Esq. to Miss GOING, of Clonmel.
FJ18271128 aNPSGOLDENJohanna Fatal Accident — See John LEE
FJ18601101NPMGOLDIEArchibald Watson October 25, at Muff, co Donegal, Archibald Watson GOLDIE, writer to the Signet Edinburgh, to Henrietta Townsend, fourth daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART, of Castlebar, co Mayo
LC1768815NPMGOLDSMITH Rev DeanCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, Esq
CG HA1789423NPMGOODWINElizaMissLimerick, April 20. ... Mr ___ GREATRAKES, to Miss Eliza GOODWIN, of Laheys
LEP-CS1839101NPMGOODWINJohnEsqIn Dublin, John GOODWIN, Esq. to Maria, daughter of John Killaly, Esq
Pue'sO17511221NPNGOODWIN RevThe Revd Coote MITCHELL, chaplain to the Hon City of Dublin, is made Curate of St Anne's in room of the Revd GOODWIN deceased
LS1839816NPMGORDONEdwardRevAt Banagher, by the Rev Edward GORDON, Benjamin Bowen BRERETON Esq of Balliver College, brother to Lt Col BRERETON late of Bristol, to Miss Jane Drew, daughter of John Drew COATES Esq (note Samuel COATES = Jane DREW 1783 Killaloe ML)
FJ1825926cNPDGORDONJames On Friday at his temporary lodgings in a hay loft at the Hoop Hotel, Bary, in his 65th year, the excentric James GORDON. Thaogh of late an onmate of a workhouse, he owed not his sustenance to parochial relief, a small annuity, bequeathed by a distant relation, had saved him from that last degredation. In early life he bid fair to excel in his profession, that of an attorney, he was at onec the scholar and the gentleman; strong and ardent mind procured him the seteem of many valuable friends while his convivial talents, his wit, and eloquence, rendered him a delight of the social board — when severe disappointment crossed his path and destroyed the hopes of his youth the bottle unfortunately became his fatal resource
LC1823816NPMGORDONSamuelEsqSamuel GORDON, Esq. of Clonmel, Attorney, to Maria, daughter of Robert HOLMES, of Springmount.
LHMA17891207NPDGORDONThomasEsqThe lady of Thomas GORDON, of Spring Garden, co. Tipperary, Esq.
LS1840124NPDGOREAnne At Brookbridge, Douglas, Isle of Man, Anne second daughter of the late Rt Rev Dr GORE, Lord Bishop of Limerick and sister to the late William GORE Esq many years Chairman of Her Majest's Board of Stamps
FJ1808413NPDGOREAnne (nee STOPFORD)LadyAt Seafield near Corey, Lady Anne GORE relict of the late Walter GORE of Harperstown and sister of the Rt Hon Earl Courtown (James STOPFORD 2nd Earl)
Pue'sO17411114NPAGOREArthurEsqJohn 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 ...
FJ1770726NPMGOREArthurEsqArthur GORE os Seaview Co Wicklow, Esq to Miss Mary FLEMING daughter of Robert FLEMING of Achonry Co Sligo Esq
FJ1842608NPDGOREArthurEsqAt Tours in France, Mrs LYNAM, relict of John LYNAM Esq of Bath and daughter of the late Arthur GORE Esq of Sea View in the co Wicklow
LC1830120NPMGOREArthurMaj-GenAt Quebec, the 10th of November, by the Lord Bishop, the Hon. Francis Ward PRIMROSE, brother to the Earl of Roseberry, to Percy GORE, third daughter of the late Colonel Ralph GORE, of Barrowmount and Goresbridge, Ireland, and niece to the late Major General Arthur GORE, and Vice Admiral Sir John GORE, K.B.C.
FJ1796726NPMGORECatherineMissMark Anthony MILLS to Catherine GORE daughter of Hon Paul GORE & granddaughter of the late and niece of the present Earl of Arran
FJ18141223NPDGOREElizabethMrsOn the 11th inst, at the house of her daughter, Lady MORRES GORE, in Baker Street, London, in the 100th year of her age, Mrs Elizabeth GORE relict of the late Ralph GORE Esq of Borrowmount, co Kilkenny, having enjoyed all her late husbands estates during a widowhood of near 37 years — By her decease, the estates of Borrowmount, Ballylogue, Balfoyle and Leugh now devolve on Col Ralph GORE of Borrowmount
LGA1818113NPDGOREFrancisEsqIn Dublin, Mrs GORE widow of the late Francis GORE of Derrymore, county Clare, Esq and aunt to the Rev Wm LEWIS of this city
LS1840221NPDGOREGeorgeLtOn the 17th of Dec, at St Lucia, of Fever Lt George GORE son of the late William GORE Esq many years Chairman of the Board of Stamps Ireland and grandson of the late Rt Rev Dr GORE, Lord Bishop of Limerick
FJ1787122NPDGOREHenryEsqAt his house in Marrion row Henry GORE Esq brother to the late Bishop of Limerick and formerly Colonel of the Battleaxe Guard
LC1830120NPMGOREJohnVadml SirAt Quebec, the 10th of November, by the Lord Bishop, the Hon. Francis Ward PRIMROSE, brother to the Earl of Roseberry, to Percy GORE, third daughter of the late Colonel Ralph GORE, of Barrowmount and Goresbridge, Ireland, and niece to the late Major General Arthur GORE, and Vice Admiral Sir John GORE, K.B.C.
Pue'sO17411114NPAGOREMaryMrsJohn 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 ...
FJ1822402NPDGOREMary (nee FRENCH)MrsAt her home in Great Georg'e St, Rutland Square, Mrs Mary FRENCH, widow of the late Dr William GORE Bishop of Limerick
FJ18021104NPDGOREPaulHonNear Ballina, the Hon Paul GORE brother to the Earl of Arran

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Christopher ABBOT  Walter ATKIN  Part 01
Walter ATKIN  Emanuel BAYLEY  Part 02
Henry BAYLEY  Joseph BENNETT  Part 03
Joseph BENNETT   BLACKER  Part 04
George BLACKETT  Mary BOWEN  Part 05
Nicholas BOWEN  William BROWN  Part 06
William BROWN  Thomas CARROL  Part 07
CARROL  Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Part 08
Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Robert CHRISTIE  Part 09
CHRISTIE  Catherine CONLAN  Part 10
Thomas CONLEY  Charles Philips COOTE  Part 11
Charles Philips COOTE   COOTE  Part 12
COOTE  Charles CROKER  Part 13
Charles CROKER  Helen Maria CROKER  Part 14
Henrietta Ellen CROKER  John Wilson CROKER  Part 15
John Wilson CROKER  William CROKER  Part 16
William CROKER  James DAWSON  Part 17
James DAWSON  Susan DOUGLAS  Part 18
Ansitasia DOWDALL  John DREW  Part 19
John DREW  John (the younger) DWYER  Part 20
Joseph DWYER   EWING  Part 21
Richard EYRE  Anthony FORSTER  Part 22
C J FORSTER  Thomas GARDE  Part 23
Thomas Wiliam GARDE  Paul GORE  Part 24
Percy GORE  John GREEN  Part 25
M GREEN  Samuel R HARDING  Part 26
Thomas HARDING  Margaret HENRY  Part 27
Margaret HENRY  Robert HOLMES  Part 28
Robert HOLMES  John HUNT  Part 29
John HUNT   JOCELYN  Part 30
Christopher JOHNSON  John KERNAN  Part 31
John KERNAN  Roger LANGLEY  Part 32
Roger LANGLEY  John LEE  Part 33
John LEE  James LEO  Part 34
John LEO  John LUTHER  Part 35
John LUTHER  Richard MARTIN  Part 36
Robert MARTIN  Thomas MAUNSELL  Part 37
Thomas MAUNSELL  R M MEREDITH  Part 38
Rice MEREDITH   MOONEY  Part 39
MOONEY  Carroll P NAISH  Part 40
NAISH  Thomas O'DELL  Part 41
Thomas O'DELL  Robert ORMSBY  Part 42
Thomas ORMSBY  Robert PEACOCKE  Part 43
Rodney Robert PEACOCKE  Henry Hartstonge PERY  Part 44
Henry Hartstonge PERY  Richard PUE  Part 45
Richard PUNCE   REVOLTS  Part 46
Bridget REYNOLDS  Thomas Maunsell ROSE  Part 47
Thomas Maunsell ROSE  William RYVES  Part 48
William RYVES  Thomas SHEPPARD  Part 49
Robert SHERIDAN  Thomas SPRING  Part 50
Thomas SPRING  Benjamin SWAN  Part 51
Benjamin SWAN  James SYMES  Part 52
John SYMES   TAYLOR  Part 53
TAYLOR   TURNER  Part 54
Charles Bury TURPIN  Jeoffry WALDRON  Part 55
Jeofry WALDRON  Nathaniel WEEKES  Part 56
Nicholas WEEKES  Thomas WILLSON  Part 57
William WILLSON  William WILSON  Part 58
William WILSON    Part 59
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