King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 31

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

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


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

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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WMT J1823327NPDFOSTER MrsAt Mount Pleasant, Ranelagh, Mrs. Foster, wife of George William Foster, Esq., Inspector General of Excise.SdeM
LEP-CS1828215NPMFOSTER Rev DrYesterday, at St. George's church, by the Rev. Dr. FOSTER, Robert Henry SWEENY, Esq. of Bruff, to Anne, eldest daughter of Edward SAUNDERS, Esq. of CharlevilleNickR
Pue'sO1746211NPN/SFOWKESydnhamEsqLast Saturday Thomas BURKE, John HATTON, Edmond Sexen PERRY and Sydnham FOWKE Esqrs were admitted and sworn barristers-at-lawNickR
Pue'sO17521024NPDFOWKEWilliamEsqFriday last died Mrs FORSTER, wife of William FORSTER of Dunleer Esq, daughter of William FOWKE Esq Collector of Dublin and niece to the Rt Hon Lord Chief Justice SINGLETON whose death is much regretted on account of her many virtuesNickR
WMT J1824708NPDFOWLEREllenMrsIn Cork, on Monday last, after a very painful and long protracted illness, Ellen, the wife of Mr. R. Fowler, Apothecary.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPDFOWLERR.Mr apothecaryIn Cork, on Monday last, after a very painful and long protracted illness, Ellen, the wife of Mr. R. Fowler, Apothecary.SdeM
WMT J1825331NPDFOWLERRobertMrOn Friday last, at Churchdill, after a short illness, Mr. Robert Fowler. SdeM
LS1840628NPMFOWLERRobertVen the Archbishop of OssoryAt Kilfane church, Hall Plumer CHAMBERLAIN Esq Lt in Her Majesty's 3rd regt of Foot to Amy youngest daughter of the Ven the Archbishop of OssoryNickR
Pue'sO1755531NPBFOWLERWilliamLord Baron CastledurrowSame day [Wednesday] the Hon Mrs AGAR wife of James AGAR of the co Kilkenny Esq and only daughter of the Rt Hon the late Lord Baron Castledurrow was safely delivered of a son at their seat in that coNickR
LC1803611NPAFOWLER MrLeicester Bull
At the request of Charles CREED, Richard ASTLEY, Esq; of Odston-Hall, Leicestershire, has sent a remarkable fine three year old Bull, named Valentine, got by Mr. FOWLER's Shakespeare, for the improvement of the Breed of cattle in this part of the country, to serve at one Guinea each cow, at Ballynanty, near Bruff, where he is to remain some time.
June 11, 1803.
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WMT J1824617NPDFOWLISJamesSir BartOn the 3d inst. at his house, Parnell-place, near this city, aged 79, Sir James Fowlis, Bart. late of Collington, near Edinburgh - whose memory and virtues will long be held in estimation by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.SdeM
WMT J18231127NPSFOXBarryEsqDUBLIN CASTLE – November 18, 1823.
Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the Office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year:-
...
LONGFORD – John Shouldham, of Ballymahon, Esq.; Barry Fox, of Foxhall, Esq.;
John Thompson, of Clonfin, Esq.
...
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WMT J18251208NPSFOXBarryEsqDUBLIN CASTLE, 28TH NOV. 1825. Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year:- ... LONGFORD - Alexander Kingston, of Mosstown, Esq., Longford; Barry Fox, of Fox-hall, Esq., Edgeworthstown; James Barber, of Mossvale, Esq., Granard. ... MEATH - Anthony Dopping, of Culmellen, Esq.; ... SdeM
FJ1829521NPDFOXCatherineMrsMay 12, at Grove Hill near Falmouth, aged 78 Catherine relict of the late George Croker FOX EsqNickR
FJ18231011NPDFOXCatherine PaytonMissOn the 29th ult at Mantreuill-sur-Mer after a short illness, Miss Catherine Payton FOX daughter of the late Geo Croker FOX Esq of Grove Hill near FalmouthNickR
WMT J1827322NPMFOXDanielEsqASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
WMT J1824610NPAFOXFrancisRevTO BE SOLD
A remarkably pretty and well finished
PLEASURE BOAT,
With Mast, Sails, and every thing complete and in the best Order.
It lies in the Shannon near Castle Forbes, and may be viewed every day by applying to James M'Dermott, Boat Keeper there. The Terms of Sale may be known from Lieut. W.H. Quin, R.N. by Letter (post paid) addressed to him at Cartronreagh, Edgeworthstown, or to the Rev. Francis Fox, Ballyhaise, Cavan.
June 10, 1824.
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FJ18231011NPDFOXGeorge CrokerEsqOn the 29th ult at Mantreuill-sur-Mer after a short illness, Miss Catherine Payton FOX daughter of the late Geo Croker FOX Esq of Grove Hill near FalmouthNickR
FJ1829521NPDFOXGeorge CrokerEsqMay 12, at Grove Hill near Falmouth, aged 78 Catherine relict of the late George Croker FOX EsqNickR
LC1833101NPMFOXJamesEsqAt mallow, James D'Arcy FOX, third aon of James FOX, Galtrim, co Meath, Esq to Sarah fourth daughter of James TARRANT of Mallow, co Cork, EsqNickR
LC1833101NPMFOXJames D'Arcy At mallow, James D'Arcy FOX, third aon of James FOX, Galtrim, co Meath, Esq to Sarah fourth daughter of James TARRANT of Mallow, co Cork, EsqNickR
LGA1817321NPSFOXPatrick Thomas SWEENY, John M'INERNEY, Patrick KEATING, John CONNELL and Patrick FOX, for stealing goods from Ballyadam, siezed for rent due to the Rev R WOLFE to be imprisoned for one month each, and to give security to keep the peaceNickR
WMT J1827322NPMFOXPrudence ASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
WMT J1829611NPMFOXS W SmythRevIn St. Peter's Church, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. S.W. Smyth Fox, Thomas Babington, of Stephen's green, Dublin, Esq. to Miss Maria Josaphina Begg, of Molesworth-st., daughter of the late Ignatius Dalton Begg, Esq. and the Countess Elizabeth Dalton Begg. SdeM
WMT J1825519NPSFOXWilliam James White and Anne White otherwise Peisley his wife Custodees, Plaintiffs. William Fox, Defendant. ... the Lands of Ballnagraney, called Suntown ... situate about three miles North East of the town of Moate ... SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMFOX CaptAt Edgeworthstown, Captain Fox, of the 98th Regiment, to Sophia, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq.SdeM
BNL1796328-01NPSFOX MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
WMT J1826921NPSFOX  ... A daring attempt was made on the day before to rob a respectable farmer named Fox, of Sion-Hill, of his gun, the fellow took it out of the house, but was pursued by Fox and his son, after a long chace he dropt the gun, but they still pursued him, and on approaching him, the villain snapped a pistol at them which providentially missed fire, they then knocked him down and delivered him up to the Police. He has been fully committed for trial. ... SdeM
FJ1859126NPNFRACKLETONMargaretMrsThomas Percival SWAN executor of Mrs Margaret FRACKLETON relict & executrix of William FRACKLETON asking for creditor to notifyNickR
FJ1859126NPNFRACKLETONWilliam Thomas Percival SWAN executor of Mrs Margaret FRACKLETON relict & executrix of William FRACKLETON asking for creditor to notifyNickR
LGA1811830NPSFRANASHAM MrThe late Mr. FRANSHAM, of Norwich, who was some time tutor of Mr. WHINDHAM, was so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he repeated and earnestly before his dicease he requested that his body should be laid before a fire, that wine should be offered to his lips, and the arms of a young woman clasped round his neck, before he was given up as unrecoverable.
An occurrence in some degree parallel to the above, happened some years ago,--Richard NEEDHAM, Esq, well known in this city, as commander of the Tarbert Revenue Yacht, who lived to upwards of 90 years of age, was notwithstanding so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he made it a dying request that his head might be cut off before he should be consigned to the tomb, which was complied with by his executors.
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WMT J1824624NPMFRANCOGeorge FlemingJusticeAt Futtigher, on the 14th of last January, at her Uncle's Colonel Fagan, Elizabeth Harriet, only daughter of the late Captain Charles Fagan, and grand-daughter of the Rev. James Slator, to George Fleming Franco, second Judge at Merut.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDFRANKLAED CounsellorOn Friday last, in Cork, Mrs. Wigmore, sister to the late Counsellor Franklaed, of Ashgrove, county of Cork. SdeM
WMT J1823123NPMFRANKLANDGeorgeLt-GenAt Bombay, Lieutenant General George Frankland, 65th Regiment, to Ann, third daughter of the late Thomas Mason, Esq. of Bedford-row, London.SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMFRANKLINGeorgeRevAndrew Risk, of Lower Bridge-street, Esq. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, of Kildimo Glebe, County Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMFRANKLINGeorgeRevOn the 13th in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Andrew Risk, Esq. of Lower Bridge-st. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, Rector of Kildimo, county Limerick. SdeM
LS1840218NPMFRANKLINJohnCaptAt the Cathedral, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, george CASHEL Esq, eldest son of G CASHEL Esq of Bedford House, co Kerry, to Jane Anne relict of Richard SHERLOCK Esq 62nd Regt and daughter of the late Capt John FRANKLIN 90th Regt, Greenhills LIMNickR
LGA1805131NPMFRANKLINMargaretMissLast Saturday, at Bruff, by the Rev Andrew M'COLLOGH, Samuel ADAMS, Esq to Miss Margaret FRANKLIN, fourth daughter of the late Richard FRANKLIN of Ballyvolane, in this county, EsqNickR
WMT J1825120NPMFRANKLINMary On the 13th in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Andrew Risk, Esq. of Lower Bridge-st. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, Rector of Kildimo, county Limerick. SdeM
LEP-CS18301231NPDFRANKLINMelian At Stranobar, Melian infant daughter of R D FRANKLIN EsqNickR
LC1774303 FRANKLINPaul Marland Newport Bleach Yard
Thomas SHEPPARD returns his sincere thanks to his friends and the Publick, for their favours last Season, and as he has taken care of everything necessary for carrying on the said Business, the ensuing Season, hopes for continuance of their custom, as particular care will be taken to have them done to their Satisfaction. N.B. All Linens, Lawns, and Diapers will be received by his Father-in-law Joshua UNTHANK, in Mungret Lane Limerick, William SMITH, Nenagh, Paul FRANKLIN Cullen, and his house in Newport. March, 3 Thomas SHEPPARD.
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LEP-CS18301231NPDFRANKLINR D [Robert Deane]EsqAt Stranobar, Melian infant daughter of R D FRANKLIN EsqNickR
FJ1857320NPMFRANKLINRebecca In St Ann's Church, John CROKER Esq son of Capt CROKER, resident magistrate, to Rebecca, daughter of the late Sir Richard FRANKLIN, of LimerickNickR
LGA1805131NPMFRANKLINRichardEsqLast Saturday, at Bruff, by the Rev Andrew M'COLLOGH, Samuel ADAMS, Esq to Miss Margaret FRANKLIN, fourth daughter of the late Richard FRANKLIN of Ballyvolane, in this county, EsqNickR
LGA18111105NPMFRANKLINRichardEsqThursday, by the Rev Mr M'CULLOCH, James BENNETT of Bruff, Esq, to Miss FRANKLIN, daughter of Richard FRANKLIN of Ballyvolane, EsqNickR
FJ1857320NPMFRANKLINRichardSirIn St Ann's Church, John CROKER Esq son of Capt CROKER, resident magistrate, to Rebecca, daughter of the late Sir Richard FRANKLIN, of LimerickNickR
LGA1808202NPSFRANKLIN DrWednesday last a meeting took place at the Spa Ground, near Listowel, co Kerry, between Henry CASHEL Esq of Ratanay, and William HUGHES, Esq Barrack-Master of the Listowel District, in consequence of some misunderstanding which existed between the parties—Many Gentlemen present endeavoured to reconcile matters, but to no purpose, as Mr. H. would not yeild, nor would his atagonist; wherupon they exchanged shotsat twelve yards distance, fortunately without effect, when the Seconds and Dr. FRANKLIN, rushed between the, and by perserverence prevailed on the two gentlemen to shake hands.NickR
LGA1819420NPAFRANKLIN DrAdvertisement for Mr WILLETT's school in CharlevilleNickR
WMT J1825120NPMFRANKLIN MaryAndrew Risk, of Lower Bridge-street, Esq. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, of Kildimo Glebe, County Limerick. SdeM
LGA18111105NPMFRANKLIN MissThursday, by the Rev Mr M'CULLOCH, James BENNETT of Bruff, Esq, to Miss FRANKLIN, daughter of Richard FRANKLIN of Ballyvolane, EsqNickR
WMT J1827830NPMFRANKLIN Rev MrOn the 18th inst. at Mark's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Franklin, Edward Gregory Leeson, Esq. to Harriett Georgina, youngest daughter of William Rives Birch, of South Cumberland-street, Esq. SdeM
LGA18051227NPAFRANKLIN SurgeonTo be set, an immediate possession given, for a long term of years, MARYFIELD, situate about ten minutes walk from George's Church, the House and offices are in good repair and the garden in high order. Application to Geo MASSY, Esq TerretsNickR
LGA18171003NPSFRANKLIN SurgeonOn Fridy evening, Mr. John COLLINS, a most inoffensive man was wantonly attacked at the race course of Newcastle, by two men of this city, who beat hime in such a manner, as to cause his skull to be fractured, but from the timely assistance , and persevering attention of Surgeon FRANKLIN, there is every hopes of his speedy recovery.NickR
FJ1824430NPSFRANKLIN SurgeonYesterday James BENNET Esq coroner held an inquest on the body of Mr George HOPKINS of Cahirconlish in consequence of a report that Mr HOPKINS died of poison. On examination of Surgeon FRANKLIN ... death from excessive use of spitituous liquorsNickR
LC1825323NPSFRANKLIN SurgeonOn Sunday last, two factions met in the neighbourhood of Fedamore, at a hurling match; a dispute arose, and a fight commenced, the result of which is as follows:-- John NASH, sice dead; John HEHIR, concussion of the brain; Patrick HEHIR, skull most desparately fractured, and which was trepanned yesterday by Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun.; Michael MURPHY, concussion of the brain--besided many others severely injured. An inquest was on Monday held by James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, on the body of John NASH, when the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.NickR
LC1826802NPSFRANKLIN SurgeonA few days ago, Patrick QUAINE, of Bulgaden, in this County, a wealthy farmer and tithe proctor, proceeded with three others to the lands of Kilmurray, near Kilfinan, for the purpose of valuing crops. On their sppearance they were attacked by a violent mob of near 100 persons, who beat them most desparately, previously swearing them never to come again on such an errand. QUAINE, besides receiving several wounds on his body, had his skull dangerously fractured; the other two were also severely beaten. Surgeon FRANKLIN went to se the unfortunate men, and had them conveyed into town, and they now continue under his care in a very perilous condition.NickR
LEP-CS1831318NPSFRANKLIN Surgeon (jun)Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
LC1824428NPSFRANKLIN Surgeon, junYesterday, James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, held an inquest on the body of Mr. George HOPKINS, of Cahircoinlish, in consequence of a report that HOPKINS had died by poison; on the examination of Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun who opened the body, it appeared most satsifactorily that the deceased came by his death from excessive use of spiritous liquors.NickR
LC1827228NPAFRANKLIN  Advertisement for properties in LimerickNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SFRANKLYNAlexanderGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.NickR
FJ1855705NPMFRANKSJohnEsqJuly 3, in St Anne's church, Thomas Wise GUBBINS Esq second son of the late Joseph GUBBINS Esq of Kilfrust, co Limerick, to Mary eldest daughter of John FRANKS Esq of Ballyscaddan, in the same coNickR
FJ1855705NPMFRANKSMary July 3, in St Anne's church, Thomas Wise GUBBINS Esq second son of the late Joseph GUBBINS Esq of Kilfrust, co Limerick, to Mary eldest daughter of John FRANKS Esq of Ballyscaddan, in the same coNickR
LC1785228NPDFRANKSMatthewEsqA few days ago, at Moorstown, near Kilfinnan, Matthew FRANKS, EsqNickR
LC1832808NPMFRANKSR CRevAt the parish church at Huddersfield, by the Rev R C FRANKS, John eldest son of John KEILLY Esq of Strancally Castle, co Waterford, to Maria daughter of Joseph HAIGH Esq of Whitwell Hall and Springwood, YorkshireNickR
WMT J1829702NPMFRASERAnn (nee MAITLAND)LadyJune 22, at Bromly, the Lady Ann Fraser, wife of Robert Fraser, Esq. of Torbec, and eldest daughter of the Earl of Lauderdale. SdeM
WMT J1827322NPDFRASERJ WDrOn the 2d inst. at Doon Castle (the residence of R.E. Mooney, Esq.) deeply lamented, Doctor J.W. Fraser, on the half pay of the Royal Artillery. Doctor Frazer served for many years in that distinguished corps, of which four were campaigns in the Peninsula, one in America, and one in France. He was present at the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, San Sebastian, Washington, New Orleans, the Prussian sieges, in France, &c. &c. He was beloved and respected by all ranks of officers for his amiable social qualities, and high professional talent. His premature death will be by none more deeply regretted than by such of his military comrades as had the pleasure and benefit of his acquaintance. He had lately resided at Moate, in this Co., in the neighbourhood of which he had an extensive practice, and has left a widow and two children, with numerous friends to deplore his loss. SdeM
WMT J1829702NPMFRASERRobertEsqJune 22, at Bromly, the Lady Ann Fraser, wife of Robert Fraser, Esq. of Torbec, and eldest daughter of the Earl of Lauderdale. SdeM
Pue'sO17551213-16NPMFRASORElinorMissLoftus CATHCART Esq to Miss Elinor FRASOR of Cell BridgeNickR
WMT J1823529NPMFRAZERCharlotte Agnes Ann On the 20th instant, in Dublin, Samuel Buchanan, Esq., to Charlotte Agnes Ann, daughter of Robert Frazer, Esq. of Seapoint Cottage, County Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824101NPDFRAZERFrances Elizabeth (nee GAMBLE)MrsOn the 26th inst. Frances Elizabeth Frazer, wife of Major Frazer, of his Highness the Nizam's service, and only surviving daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Gamble.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDFRAZERJ WDrAt Moate, sincerely regretted, Dr. J.W. Frazer. SdeM
WMT J1824520NPMFRAZERJames JMajOn the 5th inst. at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Major James J. Frazer, of the 7th Hussars, second son of the late Sir W. Frazer, Bart. to Charlotte Anne, only child of Daniel Crauford, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1823529NPMFRAZERRobertEsqOn the 20th instant, in Dublin, Samuel Buchanan, Esq., to Charlotte Agnes Ann, daughter of Robert Frazer, Esq. of Seapoint Cottage, County Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824520NPMFRAZERWSir BartOn the 5th inst. at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Major James J. Frazer, of the 7th Hussars, second son of the late Sir W. Frazer, Bart. to Charlotte Anne, only child of Daniel Crauford, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMFRAZERWilliamMrOn Saturday last the 15th instant, at the Chapel of the King's Hospital, by the Reverend Arthur Adamson, Mr. William Frazer, of this City, to Mary Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. John Findlay, Army Printer, Arran-quay.SdeM
WMT J1824101NPDFRAZER MajOn the 26th inst. Frances Elizabeth Frazer, wife of Major Frazer, of his Highness the Nizam's service, and only surviving daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Gamble.SdeM
FJ1859328NPDFREEMANEdward DeaneEsqMarch 25, suddenly, Mary POOLE, of Pembroke Street, relict of Lt-Col POOLE, of the 39th regt, and daughter of the late Edward Deane FREEMAN, of Castlecor, co Cork, EsqNickR
Pue'sO1734928NPMFREEMANWilliamEsqOn Thursday the 19th inst, William FREEMAN Esq of Castle Corr, in the co of Cork, was married to Miss DEAN, daughter of the Hon Sr Mathew DEAN, Bt a most agreeable young ladyNickR
FJ1764610-14NPMFREKEJohnSir BtA few days ago, Richard BALDWIN Esq to Miss EVANS, niece to the late Sir John FREKE BtNickR
WMT J1827621NPMFRENCHAdelaide Henry Blake, of Brooklodge, in the County of Galway, Esq., to Adelaide, eldest daughter of Robert French, Esq., of Monivea Castle, in the same county. SdeM
WMT J1828508NPMFRENCHAnthonyEsqOn the 28th ult. at New Ross, by the Rev. James Morgan, the Rev. George Jones, Curate of St. Mary's, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Anthony French, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829806NPMFRENCHAnthonyEsqJuly 30, at St. Luke's Chelsea, Anthony French, Esq., eldest son of Colonel French, of Prospect-hill, Galway, to Josephine, eldest daughter of Joseph Mazzinghi, Esq., of Cadogan-place, London. SdeM
WMT J1828508NPMFRENCHCatherine On the 28th ult. at New Ross, by the Rev. James Morgan, the Rev. George Jones, Curate of St. Mary's, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Anthony French, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMFRENCHFRevOn the 18th inst. at Cloghjordan Church, by the Rev. F. French, Denipier Robinson, Esq., County Tipperary, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the Rev. Edwin Palmer, in same county, and niece to Simpson Hackett, Esq. SdeM
FJ1859702NPMFRENCHF FitzgeraldRevJune 28, at Tulla, the Rev F Fitzgerald FRENCH, rector of Templebarry, to the daughter of James MOLONY Esq of Kiltannon, co ClareNickR
WMT J18261109NPMFRENCHFrances In Athlone, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze, of the County Cavan, to Frances, daughter of the late Col. French, of Cooliquin, County Roscommon. SdeM
WMT J18261005NPMFRENCHFrances Arabella On the 2d inst. in the new Church of Athlone, by the Rev. Joseph Story, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze of Kilmore, Co. Cavan, to Frances Arabella, eldest daughter of the late Colonel John French, of Cloonigure, in the County Roscommon. SdeM
FJ18311129NPDFRENCHFrancis TwogoodEsqAt Marino, Cork, Sampson Twogood FRENCH EsqNickR
WMT J1824212NPDFRENCHHester On Thursday morning, by the Rev. T. Morgan, Rector of New Ross, Mr. John Smith, Teacher of Mathematics, Astronomy, &c. in Waterford, to Hester, second daughter of the late Thomas French, Esq., Attorney, New Ross.SdeM
FJ1826223NPMFRENCHJamesEsqAt Charleville, by the Rev A MARTYN, on the 13th inst, James FRENCH Esq of Woodpark, to Elizabeth eldest daughter of Joseph LEONARD of Outeraid county Galway EsqNickR
WMT J18261005NPMFRENCHJohnColOn the 2d inst. in the new Church of Athlone, by the Rev. Joseph Story, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze of Kilmore, Co. Cavan, to Frances Arabella, eldest daughter of the late Colonel John French, of Cloonigure, in the County Roscommon. SdeM
WMT J1823417NPDFRENCHJohnEsqOn the 2d inst. at Ballindangon, County Mayo, John French, Esq., late of Demerara.SdeM
WMT J1823508NPDFRENCHJohnLt-ColAt Athlone, on the 30th ult., Lieutenant-Colonel John French, of Clooniquin, county Roscommon, Assistant Quarter-Master-General.SdeM
WMT J1823515NPDFRENCHJohnLt-ColAt Athlone, Lieut.-Colonel John French, Assistant Quarter Master General.SdeM
FJ18071023NPSFRENCHJohn Trials of Traversers before the RecorderNickR
WMT J1827503NPDFRENCHMartinEsqIn Galway, Mrs. French, relict of the late Martin French, of Frenchfort, in the County of Galway, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251208NPDFRENCHMartinHonThe Hon. Martin French, son of the late and brother of the present Right Hon. Lord French, to Margaret, second daughter of Major Thomas Bodkin, of Rakoon, in the Co. of Galway. SdeM
FJ1766513-17NPMFRENCHMelianMissA few days ago at Cork, Morgan DONOVAN Esq of the Great Island to the amiable Miss Melian FRENCH, daughter of Savage FRENCH Esq with a fortune of £5000NickR
WMT J1827621NPMFRENCHRobertEsqHenry Blake, of Brooklodge, in the County of Galway, Esq., to Adelaide, eldest daughter of Robert French, Esq., of Monivea Castle, in the same county. SdeM
Pue'sO1734225NPAFRENCHRobert George GERRY, Ald plaintiff
Robert FRENCH, John TAYLOR and others defendants
... sell lands of Killyuane containing 29 acres ... barony of Dunkellin and co of Galway ...
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FJ1766513-17NPMFRENCHSavageEsqA few days ago at Cork, Morgan DONOVAN Esq of the Great Island to the amiable Miss Melian FRENCH, daughter of Savage FRENCH Esq with a fortune of £5000NickR
Pue'sO17511112NPMFRENCHThomasEsqWednesday last, Thomas FRENCH of Moycullen in the co Galway Esq was maried to Miss Anne TAYLOR grand daughter of Walter TAYLOR of Castle Taylor Esq ... and a considerable fortuneNickR
WMT J1824212NPDFRENCHThomasEsqOn Thursday morning, by the Rev. T. Morgan, Rector of New Ross, Mr. John Smith, Teacher of Mathematics, Astronomy, &c. in Waterford, to Hester, second daughter of the late Thomas French, Esq., Attorney, New Ross.SdeM
WMT J18261109NPMFRENCH ColIn Athlone, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze, of the County Cavan, to Frances, daughter of the late Col. French, of Cooliquin, County Roscommon. SdeM
WMT J1829806NPMFRENCH ColJuly 30, at St. Luke's Chelsea, Anthony French, Esq., eldest son of Colonel French, of Prospect-hill, Galway, to Josephine, eldest daughter of Joseph Mazzinghi, Esq., of Cadogan-place, London. SdeM
FJ1843311NPMFRENCH LadySee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
WMT J18251208NPDFRENCH Lord FrenchThe Hon. Martin French, son of the late and brother of the present Right Hon. Lord French, to Margaret, second daughter of Major Thomas Bodkin, of Rakoon, in the Co. of Galway. SdeM
FJ1766701-05NPMFRENCH MissDr GORE, Bishop of Elphin to Miss FRENCH of Oakport Co RoscommenNickR
WMT J1827503NPDFRENCH MrsIn Galway, Mrs. French, relict of the late Martin French, of Frenchfort, in the County of Galway, Esq. SdeM
FJ1859727NPMFRENDAdelaide July 19, at Plymouth, the Rev J Harding COLE, eldest son of Thomas C COLE Esq Woodview, co Cork, to Adelaide, daughter of the late George C FREND esq of Rutha, co LimerickNickR
FJ1835825NPDFRENDArabella Jane On the 15th inst, at Rocklow, near Fethard, co Tipperary, Arabella Jane daughter of Benjamin FREND Esq and niece of Maj Gen Sir Hugh GOUGHNickR
LC1783220NPAFRENDBenjaminEsqThe 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
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LC17921003NPSFRENDBenjaminEsqMonday last, Benjamin FREND, Esq; was sworn into the office of Mayor of this City [Limerick], for the ensuing year; Ralph WESTROPP, and Henry BRADY, Esqrs, Sheriffs; George SMYTH, Esq; Recorder, and Edward Parker, Esq; town Clerk.
  Same day Standish GRADY, of Elton, Esq; was elected Soverign of the Corporation of Kilmallock.
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FJ1835825NPDFRENDBenjaminEsqOn the 15th inst, at Rocklow, near Fethard, co Tipperary, Arabella Jane daughter of Benjamin FREND Esq and niece of Maj Gen Sir Hugh GOUGHNickR
FJ18511231NPMFRENDBenjaminEsqDecember 27, at Cahirconlish, John W FREND Esq son of Banjamin FREND Esq of Rocklow, co Tipperary, and nephew of General Viscount GOUGH, to Elizabeth daughter of the Rev MOORE rector of CahirconlishNickR
FJ1858202NPDFRENDBenjaminEsq JPJanuary 30, at Rocklow, co Tipperary, Benjamin FREND Esq, JP senior magistrate of Limerick, and brother-in-law of Gen Viscount GOUGHNickR
FJ1846919NPMFRENDElizabeth On the 17th inst, at St Thomas's Church, Thomas GOUGH Esq eldest son of George GOUGH Esq of Ardsalla, co Tipperary, to Elizabeth daughter of the late Rev William Causabon FREND, of Rathurd Castle, co LimerickNickR
LGA1816531NPMFRENDGeorge CEsqOn Tuesday, by the Rev Boyle DAVIS, in Cork, George C FREND, Esq, of this city, to Letitia Jane, second daughter of William ROBERTS of Union Island, Cork, EsqNickR
FJ1820321NPBFRENDGeorge CEsqOn the 16th inst, at Bona Vista Cottage Cork, the lady of George C FREND Esq of a son and heirNickR
FJ1859727NPMFRENDGeorge CEsqJuly 19, at Plymouth, the Rev J Harding COLE, eldest son of Thomas C COLE Esq Woodview, co Cork, to Adelaide, daughter of the late George C FREND esq of Rutha, co LimerickNickR
FJ18511231NPMFRENDJohn WEsqDecember 27, at Cahirconlish, John W FREND Esq son of Banjamin FREND Esq of Rocklow, co Tipperary, and nephew of General Viscount GOUGH, to Elizabeth daughter of the Rev MOORE rector of CahirconlishNickR
FJ1846919NPMFRENDWilliam CausabonRevOn the 17th inst, at St Thomas's Church, Thomas GOUGH Esq eldest son of George GOUGH Esq of Ardsalla, co Tipperary, to Elizabeth daughter of the late Rev William Causabon FREND, of Rathurd Castle, co LimerickNickR
FJ1817917NPDFREREBarbara At Madrtid, at the house of her sister, Lady WHITTINGHAM, Barbra, the wife of Bartholemew FRERE Esq His Majesty's Secretary of Embassy at the Ottoman Porte. The marriage had been solemized by proxy, according to the usual form, but Mr FRERE having been detained at Constantinople by business of the Embassy during Sir Robert LISTON's absence never had the happiness os seeing her since their unionNickR
FJ1817917NPDFREREBartholemewEsqAt Madrtid, at the house of her sister, Lady WHITTINGHAM, Barbra, the wife of Bartholemew FRERE Esq His Majesty's Secretary of Embassy at the Ottoman Porte. The marriage had been solemized by proxy, according to the usual form, but Mr FRERE having been detained at Constantinople by business of the Embassy during Sir Robert LISTON's absence never had the happiness os seeing her since their unionNickR
LGA1818929NPSFREWINWilliamEsq< href="james_bennett.htm">Election of James BENNETT as coroner of LimerickNickR
LGA18101204NPSFRIDAYMichael Committed.
  By the Rev James ELLARD, to the county jail, Maurice FITZGIBBON, of Fantstown, charged with breaking in the door, and firing a shot into the house of Michal FRIDAY, and mortally wounding him.
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LC18101205NPSFRIDAYMichael Committed—To the Co. Jail, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Maurice FITZGIBBIN, of Fantstown, charged with breaking in the door, and firing a shot into the house of Michael FRIDAY, and mortally wounding the said FRIDAY.NickR
LS18411125NPDFRINGSElizabeth (nee CROKER)MrsAt Croom Rectory, in this co, at the age of 20 years, Mrs FRINGS daughter of the Rev Edward CROKERNickR
LS1839129NPMFRINGSJosephEsqAt St Anne's church, London, Joseph FRINGS Esq of Cologne-sur-Rhin, to Elizabeth second daughter of the Rev Edward CROKER, Rector of CroomNickR
LRTV1861625NPMFRINGSRosalie Frances At Croom Church, by the Rev H HAILY (recte BAILEY), assisted by the Rev Edward O'GRADY, uncles to the bride; R M STUDDERT, Esq, eldest son of Richard STUDDERT, Esq. JP, Fort House, county Clare, to Rosalie Frances FRINGS, granddaughter of the Rev Edward CREHAN (recte CROKER), Rector, county LimerickNickR
LC1825727NPMFRITHCatherineMissMr. RYLAND, of Sackville Street, Dublin, hotel-keeper, aged 95, to Miss Catherine FRITH, aged 17.NickR
FJ1849510NPSFRITHGeorgeSurgeonInquest on death of Eleanor LANGLEYNickR
WMT J18241125NPMFRITHIRevIn Carnew Church, on the 16th inst. by the Rev. I. Frith, John Manifold, Esq., Barrack Master of Wicklow District, to Miss Leonard, of Carnew.SdeM
WMT J1825407NPDFRITHMosesMrMr. Moses Frith, Recorder of Enniskillen. SdeM
FJ1857518NPSFRITH DrMelancholy storyNickR
FJ1852624NPMFRIZELLERichardRevJune 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 LondonderryNickR
LGA1810612NPMFRODSHAM MissIn Gloucester, the Rev George MASSEY rector of Whitington to Miss FRODSHAMNickR
FJ18561106NPMFROSTJohnEsqNovember 4, at Tomgraney, by the Right Rev Dr VAUGHAN, Bishop of Killaloe, John FROST Esq solicitor, Ennis, to Dora Maria, only daughter of Mathew REDDAN Esq Shannon View, and granddaughter of Captain BRIDGEMAN, Rathloobe, co ClareNickR
LEP-CS18281125NPSFROSTRobertMrExtraordinary Leap.—Some time ago our fellow-citizen, Mr. Robert FROST, leaped from off one of the cliffs of Moher, measuring 372 feet, for a wager, and instantly swan ashore, a distance of 20 yards without receiving the slightest injury. He immediately handed over the wager to the numerous persons who assembled for the occasion.NickR
FJ1816604NPMFROWLGeorge CEsqOn Tuesday last, at Cork, George C FROWL Esq of Limerick to Letitia Jane second daughter of William ROBERTS Esq of Union IslandNickR
Pue'sO1740321NPSFRYAbraham see Joshua STRANGMAN senNickR
Pue'sO1740812NPSFRYAbraham On Saturday last, the Assizes ended at Maryborough at which time Abraham FRY and John HYLAND were try'd and found guilty, for the conspiracies against Joshua STRANGMAN of Mountmelick, (as formerly incerted in this paper) they were fined £100 each, one year and one day's imprisonment and find surety afterwards for seven years for their good behaviourNickR
FJ1842723NPMFTIZPATRICKJ HEsqOn the 18th inst, Charles COOTE Esq MD second son of the late Maj COOTE of Coothill, co Cavan, to Matilda second daughter of J H FITZPATRICK Esq of Whitehall, co WicklowNickR
FJ1842723NPMFTIZPATRICKMatilda On the 18th inst, Charles COOTE Esq MD second son of the late Maj COOTE of Coothill, co Cavan, to Matilda second daughter of J H FITZPATRICK Esq of Whitehall, co WicklowNickR
FJ1847914NPMFULLERAnne On the 7th inst, in Bandon, the Rev David COOTE Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Killeales, in the co Armagh, to Anne second daughter of the Late Thomas FULLER EsqNickR
FJ1785217NPMFULLERJohnEsqJohn Fuller Esq of Clara Kings County to Miss Catherine M'LAUGHLIN of Clare in County Mayo, August the 9th, 1781 which marriage was kept for some particular reasons, and now Mrs FULLER thinks it proper to acquaint her friends and the public.NickR
FJ1847914NPMFULLERThomasEsqOn the 7th inst, in Bandon, the Rev David COOTE Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Killeales, in the co Armagh, to Anne second daughter of the Late Thomas FULLER EsqNickR
FJ1859810NPMFULLERThomas JohnEsqMay 24, at Surry Hills, NSW, Thomas John FULLER, Esq of Kiama, Elizabeth Somerset Orde, youngest daughter of the late Capt Charles WALDRON of the 39th regtNickR
WMT J1827322NPMFULLER SergtASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDFULLERTONJames MooreMrAt Tulleygarley, near Ballymena, Mr. James Moore Fullerton, Orange District Master. SdeM
LGA18051003NPAFURGUSONRobert John 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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FJ18411203NPDFURLONGAnastatia On the 25th ult, at Ballymacrook, co Wexford, two sisters Anastatia and Mary FURLONG, the former 103 amd the latter 105 years of age. They literally lived and died together, an their mortal remains now occupy the same resting place.NickR
WMT J1827809NPDFURLONGCEsqAt Ballyhooly Church, Mr. Wm. Lambert, of Cork, iron merchant, to Eliza, second daughter of C. Furlong, Esq. of Convamyre. SdeM
FJ1855917NPMFURLONGCharles ArthurRevSeptember 12, at Llanbeblig, Carnarvonshire, the Rev Charles Arthur FURLONG, eldest son of William Croker FURLONG Esq of Leeson Street, to Jane, eldest daughter of Henry COURTNEY Esq of Fitzwilliam PlaceNickR
WMT J1827809NPDFURLONGEliza At Ballyhooly Church, Mr. Wm. Lambert, of Cork, iron merchant, to Eliza, second daughter of C. Furlong, Esq. of Convamyre. SdeM
LC1826812NPSFURLONGJRevThe Rev. J. FURLONG acknowledges the receipt of five Pounds, from Chidley COOTE, Esq. of Mount-Coote; One Guinea from the Rev. J. ELLARD, Fairy-field; Three Pounds from Mr. G. CONNOR, Agent to the Fermoy Company; and Two Pounds from J. IEVERS, Esq. Of Glin-field, in aid of the improvement in the Chapel of Kilmallock.NickR
WMT J1829702NPMFURLONGJosephEsqApril 19, at Kingstown, Jamaica, of fever, at the house of the Rev. Mr. Turner, Thomas Furlong, Esq. of the Ordnance Department in that island, son of Joseph Furlong, Esq. of Newcastle, in the County Limerick. SdeM
FJ18411203NPDFURLONGMary On the 25th ult, at Ballymacrook, co Wexford, two sisters Anastatia and Mary FURLONG, the former 103 amd the latter 105 years of age. They literally lived and died together, an their mortal remains now occupy the same resting place.NickR
FJ18591029NPDFURLONGNicholasEsqOctober 25, at the Monastery of Saint Joseph, Clondalkin, aged 100 years, Nicholas FURLONG, Esq. Mr FURLONG retired from all worldy pursuits 25 years ago, and since then resided in the monastery, dvoting his whole life to religious pursuits. He died in full enjoyment of all his faculties. His remains were interred in the cemetery in the monastery. May he rest in peace. This venerable man was father-in-law of Alderman John REYNOLDS, J.P.NickR
WMT J1829702NPMFURLONGThomasEsqApril 19, at Kingstown, Jamaica, of fever, at the house of the Rev. Mr. Turner, Thomas Furlong, Esq. of the Ordnance Department in that island, son of Joseph Furlong, Esq. of Newcastle, in the County Limerick. SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMFURLONGWilliamEsqThis morning, by special license, at St. Peter's Church, by the Archdeacon of Dublin, Major Logan, of the Rifle Brigade, to Miss Furlong, daughter of William Furlong, of Aungier-street, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS18291013NPDFURLONGWilliamEsqIn Aungier Street Dublin in the 77th year of his age, William FURLONG Esq one of the most eminent solicitors in IrelandNickR
FJ1855917NPMFURLONGWilliam CrokerEsqSeptember 12, at Llanbeblig, Carnarvonshire, the Rev Charles Arthur FURLONG, eldest son of William Croker FURLONG Esq of Leeson Street, to Jane, eldest daughter of Henry COURTNEY Esq of Fitzwilliam PlaceNickR
WMT J18241021NPMFURLONG MissThis morning, by special license, at St. Peter's Church, by the Archdeacon of Dublin, Major Logan, of the Rifle Brigade, to Miss Furlong, daughter of William Furlong, of Aungier-street, Esq.SdeM
LH1833114NPMFURNELLGeorgeEsqThis day, by the Rev Thomas CROKER, of Croom Castle, at Adare church, George FURNELL Esq, Thomas street, to Milleora Frances, only daughter of Michael CANTILLON Esq of Castle Roberts, and niece of Captain HEFFERNAN, of Manister, in this coNickR
LEP-CS1833115NPMFURNELLGeorgeEsqOn the 14th inst, at Adare Church, by the Rev. Thomas CROKER, of Croom Castle, George FURNELL, Esq., to Meliora Francis, only daughter of Michael CANTILLON, of Castle-Roberts, and niece of John Cantillon HEFFERNAN, Esq., of Manister.NickR
LC1833116NPMFURNELLGeorgeEsqOn Monday last at adare church, by the Rev Thomas CROKER of Croom Castle. George FURNELL Esq of Thomas Street, to Milleora Frances only daughter of Michael CANTILLON Esq of Castle Roberts and niece to Capt HEFFERNAN, of Mannister, in this countyNickR
EnnisC18101020NPMFURNELLHenriettaMissOn Thursday morning, at Kilpeacon Church, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss Henrietta youngest daughter of the late Thomas FURNELL. Esq of Rockfield, co LimerickNickR
LS1838330NPSFURNELLMichael Ballyneety Petit Sessions yesterday ... Magistrates presiding were John CROKER, Thos O'GRADY, John BLENNERHASSETT and Michael FURNELL ...NickR
LGA1807327NPAFURNELLMichael & CoEsqThe following lands (or a component part of them) for payment of debts to the Bank of Michael FURNELL & Co Esqrs – No10 Ballygrenane LIM lease for 3 lives one of which is now in being û No28 Anhid LIM lease for 2 lives or 31 yrs form March 1802NickR
LGA1807327NPAFURNELLMichael & CoEsqThe following lands (or a component part of them) for payment of debts to the Bank of Michael FURNELL & Co Esqrs – No16 Fedamore, LIM, lease for 3 lives 2 of them being dated March 25, 1775NickR
LGA18191102NPSFURNELLSamuel Yesterday, at a meeting of the subscribers to the Limerick Mercantile Society, it was Resolved that Subscriptions to the library, be immediately entered into, and that the following Committee be appopinted for carring the same into effect:—
Samuel FURNELL,
George H. IEVERS
William GLOVER
Captain O'SHAUGHNESSY
Michael LYNCH
J. A. MEADE
Thomas DREW, Secretary.
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LC1799327NPMFURNELLSarahMissAt Fedamore Church, by the Rev. John PARKER, Samuel BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq; to the agreeable Miss Sarah FURNELL, daughter to Thomas FURNELL, of Rockfield, Esq; with a fortune of 1500l.NickR
LC1799327NPMFURNELLThomasEsqAt Fedamore Church, by the Rev. John PARKER, Samuel BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq; to the agreeable Miss Sarah FURNELL, daughter to Thomas FURNELL, of Rockfield, Esq; with a fortune of 1500l.NickR
EnnisC18101020NPMFURNELLThomasEsqOn Thursday morning, at Kilpeacon Church, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss Henrietta youngest daughter of the late Thomas FURNELL. Esq of Rockfield, co LimerickNickR
LC18101020NPMFURNELL MissAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev. Hen. BEVAN, on Thursday last, Lieut. BENNETT, of the South Cork Militia, to Miss FURNELL.NickR
FJ1800807NPMGABBETJohnEsqAt Limerick Alexander WILSON Esq merchant to Miss GABBET daughter of John GABBET EsqNickR
FJ1800807NPMGABBET MissAt Limerick Alexander WILSON Esq merchant to Miss GABBET daughter of John GABBET EsqNickR
WMT J1827830NPMGABBETTAnna William Smithwich, Esq. of Youghal Lodge, to Anna, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Gabbett, Rector of Castle Toon, and Vicar General of the diocese of Killaloe. SdeM
LGA1806307bNPAGABBETTJohnEsqTo be let or the interest sold the house, offices, garden and demise of Maryfield, consisting of about seven acres of excellent ground, situate on the Circular road, within five minutes walk of Newtown-Pery, and of which a long term can be given. Application to be made to John Gabbett, Esq Limerick 7 March 1806NickR
LGA1806527bNPAGABBETTJohnEsqTo be let or the interest sold the house, offices, garden and demise of Maryfield, consisting of about seven acres of excellent ground, situate on the Circular road, within five minutes walk of Newtown-Pery, and of which a long term can be given. Application to be made to John Gabbett, Esq Limerick 7 March 1806NickR
LGA1806617NPDGABBETTJohnEsqAt Pk Lodge on Saturday morning, ... after a lingering illness Mrs WILSON relict of the late Alexander WILSON Esq of this city merch and daut of John GABBETT Esq of Rutland St. Her remains were interred yest morng in the family vault at Cahirconlish chNickR
LC1826902NPAGABBETTJohnEsq
COUNTY OF LIMERICK.
TO BE LET, TITHE FREE,
For Three Lives, from the 1st day of November next, In such divisions as shall be agreed on,
THE LANDS OF
AGHANIS AND FANEMORE,
Late in the possession of the Representatives of Sir Joseph Pecocke, Bart. and his under-tenants,
Containing about 800 Acres, plantation measure, Bounding the River Shannon,
With the Island of THRUMMERA adjoining, Part of the Estates of the Right Honorable the Earl of CARRICK and the Hon. EDWARD MASSY
Situate within 2 miles of Askeaton, and Shanagolden,
and 7 of Rathkeale,
ALL MARKET AND POST TOWNS.

THESE Lands are of excellent quality for Tillage, Meadow, and Pasture, and have the advantage of an inexhaustible supply of the finest manure, from the adjoining Island, and being the principal Meadow Farms in that neighbourhood, are considerably enhanced in value.

  Proposals, in writing, will be received by the Right Hon. the Earl of CARRICK, Mount Juliet, Thomastown, and the Hon. EDWARD MASSY, Chester; or by their agent, JOHN GABBETT, Esq. Bank-Place, Limerick—or, during Term, 34, Kildare-street, Dublin. No person will be treated with who cannot provide the meet undeniable security for the payment of Rent agreed upon; and a preference will be given to those who engage to reside upon the Land.

22 July 1826.

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LC1827321NPSGABBETTJohn see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
LGA18071027NPAGABBETTJosephEsqTo be let, for a term of twenty-one years, from the 25th of March next,
the lands of BANEMORE
part of the estate of Daniel MAUNSELL, Esq
Containing 210 acres or therabouts, situate within four miles of Newcastle, in the county of Limerick. The lands are of excellent quality, with a large tract of improvable mountain and bog, adjoining said farm; and there is a good dwelling-house on the premises, in which Mr. Patt CUSSEN lately resided.
  Application to be made to George MAUNSELL, Esq, Collector; and Joseph GABBETT, Esq, Rutland Street Limerick
        October 10, 1807
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LEP-CS1830917NPMGABBETTJosephRevAt Nantenant Church, Co. Limerick, by the Rev. Joseph GABBETT, Hugh MASSY, Esq. son of William MASSY, Esq. of Trinadad, to Ellen, daughter of Hugh MASSY, Esq. of Stoneville, Co. Limerick.NickR
LT1835126NPMGABBETTJosephRevAt Loughall church, county Armagh, by the Rev Silver OLIVER, the Rev Joseph GABBETT, of Kilmallock, county Limerick, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Charles D. MADDEN, of Spring Grove, county Fermanagh, Esq. and niece to Colonel MADDEN, of Hitton, county MonaghanNickR
LT1836728NPMGABBETTJosephRevOn Saturday (23/7), at the Cathedral Killaloe, by the Rev Joseph GABBETT, the Rev Robert William NISBETT MA of O'Gonoloe Glebe, co Clare, to Alicia Willington, second daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same coNickR
Cork Const1836811NPMGABBETTMarcella Tuesday, at Kilquade Church, the Rev. Richard MOORE, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Ottwell MOORE, of Leskinfare Glebe, county Wexford, to Marcella, third daughter of Pool GABBETT, of Corbally House, county Limerick, Esq.NickR
LGA18171111NPSGABBETTPoolEsqElection County Limerick TreasurerNickR
Cork Const1836811NPMGABBETTPooleEsqTuesday, at Kilquade Church, the Rev. Richard MOORE, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Ottwell MOORE, of Leskinfare Glebe, county Wexford, to Marcella, third daughter of Pool GABBETT, of Corbally House, county Limerick, Esq.NickR
LGA1808119NPAGABBETTWilliamEsqMonefox
Within a mile of Kilmallock, on the Mail Coach Road
To be let, together of in divisions, for such terms as may be agreed on, 126 acres of Monefox - 67 A from 25 March next, as now held by Mr. Laurence CUSSEN, and his Under-Tenants; and 53 A from 1st May next, as now held by John HANNAN; and about 6 A by James FITZGERALD, from 25th March next.
No promise of Preference has been or will be given, and the lands will be let as soon as the value is offered.
Proposals in writing to James MANSERGH, Esq, Limerick; or to William GABBETT, Esq Castle-Connell
January 8, 1808
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WMT J1827830NPMGABBETT Rev DrWilliam Smithwich, Esq. of Youghal Lodge, to Anna, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Gabbett, Rector of Castle Toon, and Vicar General of the diocese of Killaloe. SdeM
Pue'sO173511 NPNGABBOTTJosephEsqWe are informed that the following list of gentlemen is returned to the Government as proper persons to be High Sheriffs
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Limerick Robert COOTE Esq; Colthurst LANGTON Esq; joseph GABBOTT Esq
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Kerry...William MEREDITH of Castle Island ..
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LGA1815912NPSGABRIEL Mrsee Charles Deane OLIVERNickR
FJ18011127NPSGAFFNEYEleanor Trials before the Recorder – James CALLAGHAN stood indicted for having on 16 Nov last stolen 7 iron cart-streaks the goods of Eleanor GAFFNEY.. identified the prisoner ... she pleaded hard to let him off without punishment Major SWAN gave the prisoner anNickR
LS1838608NPMGAHANJohn BeresfordEsq CaptAt the Cathedral Waterford, John Beresford GAHAN, Esq Capt EICS to Hannah, daughter of the Very Rev Ussher LEE, Dean of WaterfordNickR
WMT J18261123NPDGAHANMichaelMrOn the 10th instant, aged 34 years, Mr. Michael Gahan, of Corn-market. SdeM
FJ1849117NPNGALAVANDavid Bankrupt,
  Daniel GALAVAN, of Graig, in the co Kilkenny, shopkeeper, dealer and chapman, to surrender on Friday, the 26th day of January instant, and Tuesday, the 27th of February next
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FJ1851217NPDGALAVANEllen February 13, at New Ross, Ellen second daughter of Thomas GALAVAN EsqNickR
FJ1851217NPDGALAVANThomasEsqFebruary 13, at New Ross, Ellen second daughter of Thomas GALAVAN EsqNickR
WMT J1827517NPDGALBRAITHJamesSir BartA few days since at Bristol, on his return to this county, Sir James Galbraith, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1825203NPDGALBRAITHRMrOn the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, Mr. R. Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, Co. Wexford. SdeM
WMT J1825210NPMGALBRAITHRMrOn the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, Mr. R. Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, Co. Wexford. SdeM
WMT J1828403NPMGALBRAITHRobertEsqOn the 25th inst., in Maryborough, by the Rev. Thomas Harpur, Robert Galbraith, Esq., of Mountpelier-hill, to Miss Hannah Harpur, of Stradbally, eldest daughter of the late George Harpur, Esq. of James's street, Dublin, and a Ward of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery. SdeM
WMT J1825127NPMGALBRAITHRobert On the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Latouche, Mr. Robert Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, in the County Wexford. SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSGALBRAITHWilliam LEsq High SheriffLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18271129NPSGALBRAITHWilliam LloydEsqHIGH SHERIFFS. Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the Office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year. ... LONGFORD - Wm. Lloyd Galbraith, Mollyneaux Shouldham, Bevan Coates Slator, Esqrs. ... SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSGALBRAITH Esq High SheriffLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
LEP-CS1830827NPSGALDEN  A curious scene was witnessed at Cork Assizes on Monday, a man named GALDEN was on trial charged with violating the person of Judith MURPHY, while the jury were in deliberation the prisoner and prosecutrix were married in the dock. The jury, after a short consultation, brought out a verdict of Guilty. Sentance of death was, as a matter of course, recorded against him.NickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SGALEBenjaminGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.NickR
WMT J18271101NPMGALLOWAYJamesRevOn the 15th instant, at Whippingham Church, Isle of Wight, by the Rev. James Galloway, the Rev. Henry Rochfort, Rector of Newtown, in this County, to Sarah Deborah, daughter of the late Robert Rochfort, Esq. and Niece of William Lambeth, of Elm Cottage, East Cowes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18291119NPDGALLWEYStephenEsqNov. 7, in Killarney, Stephen Gallwey, Esq., Agent to the Royal Exchange Assurance Company. SdeM
LEP-CS1829313NPMGALWAYElizaMissAt Rahan Church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court, Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of mallow EsqNickR
FJ1829318NPMGALWAYElizaMissAt Rahan Church, on the 7th inst by the Rev James BROWNE, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of Mallow EsqNickR
LEP-CS1829313NPMGALWAYSt JohnEsqAt Rahan Church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court, Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of mallow EsqNickR
FJ1829318NPMGALWAYSt JohnEsqAt Rahan Church, on the 7th inst by the Rev James BROWNE, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of Mallow EsqNickR
LGA1806211NPMGALWAY EsqA few days ago Robert Cole BOWEN to the amiable Miss GALWAY daughter of _ GALWAY Esq of Mallow bankerNickR
LGA1806211NPMGALWAY MissA few days ago Robert Cole BOWEN to the amiable Miss GALWAY daughter of _ GALWAY Esq of Mallow bankerNickR
LGA1809818NPMGALWAY MissOn Monday last, in Dublin, Robert HOLMES, Esq of this city, to Miss GALWAY, of Summer-HillNickR
LGA1817318NPSGALWAY  Yeomanry Promotions ... Mallow Infantry – Edward CROKER Esq to be second lieut vice GALWAY deceasedNickR
FJ1844214NPDGALWEYJamesDrAt Thornhill, Dr James GALWEY son of the late Capt GALWEY of Nadrid, co CorkNickR
FJ1844214NPDGALWEY CaptAt Thornhill, Dr James GALWEY son of the late Capt GALWEY of Nadrid, co CorkNickR
WMT J18251013NPDGAMBLEAnneMrsOn the 3d instant, in the 57th year of her age, Mrs. Anne Gamble, relict of the late Mr. David Gamble, of Enniskillen. SdeM
WMT J18251013NPDGAMBLEDavidMrOn the 3d instant, in the 57th year of her age, Mrs. Anne Gamble, relict of the late Mr. David Gamble, of Enniskillen. SdeM
WMT J18241104NPDGAMBLEHRevOn the 10th inst. at Quilly, near Dromore, in the 26th year of his age, the Rev. H. Gamble.SdeM
LGA1811730NPSGAMBLEPiers B 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 BNickR
FJ1842518NPSGAMBLEThomasEsqFatal conflict at ClonmoyleNickR
WMT J1824101NPDGAMBLEThomasRevOn the 26th inst. Frances Elizabeth Frazer, wife of Major Frazer, of his Highness the Nizam's service, and only surviving daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Gamble.SdeM
WMT J1824101NPDGANDONJamesEsqAt Lucan, on Wednesday morning last, aged 83, James Gandon, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMGANNONEdwardMrMr. Edward Gannon to Mrs. Burke, of South Ring-street. SdeM
FJ1851527NPAGANNONPatrick JosephMrobit NickR
LGA1811726NPSGARBEYMary Committed—Yesterday by Henry BEVAN, Esq to the county jail, Mary GARBEY, charged with picking the pockets of Michael REGAN of a large sum of money, at the fair at Bruff.NickR
LGA1808311NPMGARDECharlesEsqOn Thursday last, at Newberry church, near Mallow, by the Rev Richard CROKER, Charles GARDE Esq of Ballinstenis to Miss CROKER eldest daughter of Henry CROKER Esq of QuartertownNickR
LGA1810615NPBGARDECharlesEsqOn Tuesday the fifth inst at Quartertown House the seat of Hy CROKER, Esq the lady [Harriet Mary nee CROKER] of Charles GARDE Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1810618NPBGARDECharlesEsqAt Quartertown House, Co Cork, the seat of Henry CROKER Esq, the lady of Charles GARDE Esq of a daughterNickR
CMC1808307NPMGARDECharles BroderickEsqOn Thursday last, at Newberry Church, near Mallow, by the Rev. Richard CROKER, Charles GARDE, Esq. of Ballindenis, to Miss CROKER, eldest daughter of Henry CROKER, Esq. of Quartertown.NickR
FJ1861322NPDGARDECharles BroderickEsqMarch 5, at Youghal, Charles Broderick GARDE, Esq, eldest son of Henry Charles GARDE, Esq, MDNickR
LEP-CS1830803NPMGARDECharles BrodrickEsqAt Kileagh church, county Cork, Thomas C COLE to Harriet Jane only daughter of C. B GARDE Esq of Ballindinnis, county CorkNickR
LC1834423NPDGARDECharles BrodrickEsqharriet Mary, wife of Charles B GARDE Esq of BallindinissNickR
LC1827627NPMGARDEClothilda Henrietta In Dublin, Francis NOWLAND, Esq of Kilboy, County Cork, to Clotilda Henrietta, only daughter of Henry B. GARDE, of Garryduff, County Waterford, EsqNickR
LC18271103NPMGARDEEllen At St Finbarr's Cork, the Rev Godfrey Clark SMITH, of Lisnabrinny, County Cork, to Ellen, only daughter of Henry GARDE, of Lochearrig, Esq MDNickR
LEP-CS1830803NPMGARDEHarriet JaneEsqAt Kileagh church, county Cork, Thomas C COLE to Harriet Jane only daughter of C. B GARDE Esq of Ballindinnis, county CorkNickR
LC1834423NPDGARDEHarriet Mary harriet Mary, wife of Charles B GARDE Esq of BallindinissNickR
LGA1810615NPBGARDEHarriet Mary nee CROKER On Tuesday the fifth inst at Quartertown House the seat of Hy CROKER, Esq the lady [Harriet Mary nee CROKER] of Charles GARDE Esq of a daughterNickR
LC18271103NPMGARDEHenryEsq MDAt St Finbarr's Cork, the Rev Godfrey Clark SMITH, of Lisnabrinny, County Cork, to Ellen, only daughter of Henry GARDE, of Lochearrig, Esq MDNickR
LC1827627NPMGARDEHenry BEsqIn Dublin, Francis NOWLAND, Esq of Kilboy, County Cork, to Clotilda Henrietta, only daughter of Henry B. GARDE, of Garryduff, County Waterford, EsqNickR
FJ1861322NPDGARDEHenry CharlesEsq MDMarch 5, at Youghal, Charles Broderick GARDE, Esq, eldest son of Henry Charles GARDE, Esq, MDNickR
FJ18561029NPMGARDEHenry WalterEsq MDOctober 21, at Bantry, henry Walter GARDE Esq MD of Timoleague, co Cork, to Alicia, second daughter of the Rev John MURPHY vicar of BantryNickR
FJ1822920NPDGARDEJohnEsqOn Tuesday morning, at her house on lower Glanmire Road Cork, Mrs GARDE relict of the late John GARDE Esq of Dunsfory near MiddletonNickR

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??  Edward ANDERSON  Part 01
Henry ANDERSON  William BAGWELL  Part 02
William BAGWELL  Thomas BARTON  Part 03
Samuel Potts BARWICK  Christian BENNETT  Part 04
Dora BENNETT  William BETHAM  Part 05
William BETHAM  Thomas BLENNERHASSETT  Part 06
BLIGH  Henry Cole BOWEN  Part 07
Henry Cole BOWEN  St John BRIDGEMAN  Part 08
Thomas BRIDGEMAN  James BULLOCK  Part 09
William BULLOCK  R C [Rober Gifford?] CAMPION  Part 10
Richard Giffard CAMPION  Rowan P CASHEL  Part 11
Rowan P CASHEL  Abel CHAPMAN  Part 12
Alfred CHAPMAN  John CLEARY  Part 13
Patrick CLEARY  Teresa COMERFORD  Part 14
John (Jun) COMINS  Charles Henry COOTE  Part 15
Charles Henry COOTE  Robert Carr COOTE  Part 16
Robert Gethin COOTE  Michael CREAGH  Part 17
Pierce jun. CREAGH  Edward CROKER  Part 18
Edward CROKER  John CROKER  Part 19
John CROKER  Richard CROKER  Part 20
Richard CROKER  Clutterbuck CRONE  Part 21
Martha CRONE  Sarah DAUNT  Part 22
William DAUNT  Miranda DEVEREUX  Part 23
william DEVEREUX  John DOWNES  Part 24
John DOWNES  John DREW  Part 25
John DREW  David DUNDAS  Part 26
David DUNDAS  John ELMORE  Part 27
ELMORE  Daniel FELAN  Part 28
Catherine FELL  Geraldine FITZHERBERT  Part 29
Robert F FITZHERBERT   FOSTER  Part 30
FOSTER  John GARDE  Part 31
John GARDE  James GODING  Part 32
GODKIN  Bellingham GRAHAM  Part 33
Bellingham GRAHAM  John GREENE  Part 34
John GREENE  Archibald Robert HAMILTON  Part 35
Arthur Cole HAMILTON  Ann HARTE  Part 36
Ann HARTE   HENDRICK  Part 37
Mary Anne HENDRON  Francis HODDER  Part 38
Francis HODDER  Julia Northey HOPKINS  Part 39
Richard HOPKINS   HUNT  Part 40
HUNT  Caroline JEFFREYS  Part 41
John JEFFREYS  Michael KAVANAGH  Part 42
Lister KAYE  William KERR  Part 43
KEVANE  Joan LANGAN  Part 44
Deborah LANGFORD  George LEAKE  Part 45
George Richard LEAKE  Richard LEE  Part 46
Richard LEE  [nee ELLARD] LESLIE  Part 47
E P LESLIE  Anne C (nee INGRAM) LOPDELL  Part 48
Charles LOPDELL   MACNEMARA  Part 49
William MACONCHY  Michael MARNANE  Part 50
MARNANE  Stedhon MATHEWS  Part 51
Susan MATHEWS  Andrew MCALLESTER  Part 52
Arthur M'CALLY  Thomas M'GUIRE  Part 53
John MICHELL  Anne MONCK  Part 54
Georgina Ellen MONCK  Polly MORRES  Part 55
William MORRES   NEEDHAM  Part 56
NEEHAN  Roger O'CALLAGHAN  Part 57
O'CALLAGHAN  Ann OLIVER  Part 58
Anne OLIVER  Ada OUSELEY  Part 59
Faith Anne OUSELEY  James PEACOCKE  Part 60
John PEACOCKE  P PERSSE  Part 61
P PERSSE  Ellen POE  Part 62
Ellen POE  Mary QUIN  Part 63
Patrick QUIN  Abigail REILLY  Part 64
Henry Steevens REILLY  David ROCHE  Part 65
David ROCHE  James Guthrie RUSSELL  Part 66
James Guthrie RUSSELL  William SADLEIR  Part 67
SADLEIR  Robert SHAW  Part 68
Robert SHAW  Thomas SLEMMON  Part 69
James Woulfe SLIP   ST CLARE  Part 70
Anne ST GEORGE  I H STUBBS  Part 71
J H STUBBS  Sealy Stone SWAN  Part 72
T G S SWAN  Anne TAYLOR  Part 73
Anne TAYLOR  James THOMPSON  Part 74
James THOMPSON  Pheobe TUCKEY  Part 75
Stearne TUCKEY   VERECKER  Part 76
VERECKER  Samuel Abraham WALKER  Part 77
Samuel Abraham WALKER  John WEEKES  Part 78
John jun WEEKES   WHITE  Part 79
WHITE  Georgina Hungerford WILSON  Part 80
Gustavus WILSON  Elizabeth WOLFE  Part 81
Elizabeth Lydia WOLFE    Part 82
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