King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 31

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
FJ1858708NPMJOHNSONChristopherEsqJuly 3, in Cork, Christopher JOHNSON Esq Burton-on-Trent, to Martha Mary, relict of Richard WALDRON and daughter of the late Joseph REALL Esq Ballyclough, Fermoy
FJ1806719NPMJOHNSONMargaretMissHenry WALDRON Esq eldest son of William WALDRON of Eatraugh??, Esq to Miss Margaret JOHNSON second daughter of Wm JOHNSON Esq of Balla, both of the co Mayo
FJ1819104NPMJOHNSONThomasEsqOn Wednesday last, at Newmills church, co Tyrone, Thomas JOHNSON Esq of Coal Island, near Dungannon to hannah, elsest daughter of Alexander RICHARDSON of Summer Hill, Dublin, Esq
Lords Munster Herald1788417NPMJOHNSONThomasMrAt Cork Mr. Thomas JOHNSON, to Miss. Elizabeth KEATING of that town.
FJ1806719NPMJohnsonWilliamEsqHenry WALDRON Esq eldest son of William WALDRON of Eatraugh??, Esq to Miss Margaret JOHNSON second daughter of Wm JOHNSON Esq of Balla, both of the co Mayo
LGA18151107NPSJOHNSON Mr SerjeantTrial report — Highway robbery near Castle Oliver
Pue'sO1742518NPN/SJOHNSON Rev MrWe hear that the Lord Bishop of Down has presented the Rev Mr JOHNSON to the living of Maherrigal void by the death of the Rev Mr CHRISTIAN
LGA1816913NPSJOHNSON SergeantSee Messrs CROKER
FJ18541108NPMJOHNSTONArchibaldMrOctober 26, at Middletown Church, by the Rev T J WHITE, Mr Archibald JOHNSTON, merchant, to Miss Ann Stewart KILPATRICK, of Ballylane, near Markethill, county Armagh. The bridegroom is in his 89th year of his age, and the bride in her 19th.
FJ1848413NPDJOHNSTONJamesEsqOn the 7th inst, at Mullinshone, co Kilkenny, James JONSTON Esq. He lived 96 years as a respectable and enlightened Protestant of the Church of England, and for the last ten days a pious and pentinent Roman Catholic
FJ1844706NPMJOHNSTONJohnEsqOn the 4th inst, at St Mary's church, Donnybrook, John son of John JOHNSTON Esq of Thirsk, Yorkshire, to Mary Frances, daughter of Michael WALDRON Esq of Mary Villa, co Dublin
FJ1844706NPMJOHNSTONJohn jun On the 4th inst, at St Mary's church, Donnybrook, John son of John JOHNSTON Esq of Thirsk, Yorkshire, to Mary Frances, daughter of Michael WALDRON Esq of Mary Villa, co Dublin
LC1826726NPSJOINT MrOn Saturday night last, a sheep was killed and the carcase carried away, leaving the skin and entrails, the property of Mr. JOINT, of Ballinacarra, near Askeaton.
LGA1820204NPMJOLLYWilliamEsqIn Dublin, William JOLLY Esq of Mackville, co Dublin, to Maria second daughter of the late Dr CARTER
LGA1813914NPMJONESAliciaMissOn Wednesday last, at Temple Harry church, county Tipperary, Mr Robert EVANS merchant to Alicia daughter of the Rev John JONES, Rector and Vicar of said place
LS1840628NPMJONESAmy At 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 Ossory
LS1841920NPDJONESAnne In Upper Johnson street, Clonmel, Anne daughter of the late Mr Morgan JONES
LC1826906NPSJONESFRevThe Bishop of Limerick has presented his Chaplain, the Rev. Charles FORSTER, to the Precentorship of Ardfert, County Kerry, void by the promotion of the Rev. F. JONES, to a portion of the living of Charleville.
Cork Const1837304NPSJONESH EEsqAn Inquest was held at the Bridewell yesterday, before H. E. JONES, Esq., Coroner, on the body of a man named WILLIAM LEE. LEE had for a number of years been sexton at Douglas Church, and was a sober, well-conducted and respectable man. He came into the city on Thursday for the purpose of obtaining money from the City Treasurer towards the repair of a road or other public work in which he was engaged. The money he did not get, and was proceeding home-wards in the evening, when, " meeting a friend"—the never-failing introduction to evil in Ireland—they went into a public house in Barrack-street, and there drank until one, at least, was intoxicated. They then parted, and nothing further was heard of LEE until his body was discovered yesterday morning near the eastern edge of the Loch. The water, where it lay, was not more than two and-a-half feet in depth. so that the unfortunate man probably staggered in and was suffocated. In one of his pockets there was about 20, which he is supposed to have brought from home in the morning. The verdict of the Jury was."Found Drowned." LEE has left a wife and thirteen children.
FJ18431124NPMJONESHarriette Hurst On the 18th inst, at Kildimo church, George Purdon DREW Esq of Limerick, to Harriette Hurst eldest daughter of the Rev Samuel JONES rector of Ardcanny, co Limerick
FJ18491219NPMJONESHenryRevDecember 12, at Silvermines church, by the Rev Henry JONES, George BOLTON Esq jun of Nenagh to Henrietta Jane Mary youngest daughter of Rowan P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines Cottage, co Tipperary
FJ1851124NPMJONESHenry JebbEsqJanuary 23, at Finglas Ch, by the Rev Edward WILSON, uncle of the bride, Henry Jebb JONES Esq, to Margaret, daughter of John WILSON Esq of Vilet Hill, co Dublin
FJ1820105NPDJONESJamesEsqAt Pleasant View, near this city, in the 83d year of her age, Mrs TANDY Esq relict of the late J Napper TANDY Esq and last surviving child of the late James JONES Esq of Whitehall neat Platten
LGA1813914NPMJONESJohnRevOn Wednesday last, at Temple Harry church, county Tipperary, Mr Robert EVANS merchant to Alicia daughter of the Rev John JONES, Rector and Vicar of said place
Pue'sO1740726NPMJONESLoftusEsqOn Tuesday last Loftus JONES of Ardnaglass in the co Sligoe Esq was married to Miss HENRY daughter of Hugh HENRY Esq an eminent banker, ...
FJ1793417NPMJONESMargaretMissJohn GOLDSMITH Esq to Miss Margaret JONES daughter of Mr William JONES of the Custom House Dublin
LS1841920NPDJONESMorganMrIn Upper Johnson street, Clonmel, Anne daughter of the late Mr Morgan JONES
LEP-CS1830907NPDJONESRichardSirIn Clonmel, Mary, wifevof Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.
LEP-CS1830910NPDJONESRichardSirIn Clonmel, Mary, wife of Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.
LEP-CS1831201NPMJONESSamuelRevAt Ardcanny Church, Co. Limerick, on Saturday last, by rhe Rev. Samuel JONES, Rev. J. SULLIVAN, Wesleyan Minister, to Anne, daughter of Mr. G.L. HILL, Tarbert.
FJ18431124NPMJONESSamuelRevOn the 18th inst, at Kildimo church, George Purdon DREW Esq of Limerick, to Harriette Hurst eldest daughter of the Rev Samuel JONES rector of Ardcanny, co Limerick
Pue'sO1742130NPSJONESStephen Wednesday morning last one Stephen JONES and __ MC'DONNEL were apprehended in a waste house in Back Lane and committed to Newgate: We hear they are charged with the robbing of Charles COOTE Esq last week in Queen St of a gold watch and other things
Pue'sO1742130NPSJONESStephen Yesterday Stephen JONES and __ MC'DONNEL were arraned for Robbing Charles COOTE Esq ... all to be tryed on Monday next
Pue'sO1742202NPSJONESStephen Yesterday came on at the King's Bench Bar the tryals of Charles MC DONNEL, Stephen JONES and Thomas DOLAN for robbing Charles COOTE Esq of a gold watch and other things on the 21st of January last in King's street and were all found guilty
Pue'sO1742316NPDJONESTheophilusEsqSaturday last died at his lodgings in Golden Lane, Theophilus JONES Esq knight for the shire of the co Leitrim: this gentleman was the oldest member in the house of commons; being in every parliament since the revolution
LEP-CS18311115NPDJONESTheophilus At Rathmines, Theophilus, son of Walter JONES, Esq., of Harcourt Street, Dublin, Esq.
FJ1811924NPMJONESThomasViscount RanelaghThe Rt Hon Lord Viscount Ranelagh, to Caroline only daughter of the late Col LEE, of Yorkshire
LEP-CS18311115NPDJONESWalterEsqAt Rathmines, Theophilus, son of Walter JONES, Esq., of Harcourt Street, Dublin, Esq.
LGA1820523NPSJONESWilliamEsqCommittals
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.
LGA1820718NPSJONESWilliamEsqIn our last we stated Mr. COLE's acceptance of the Office of Mayor of this city for the ensuing year, letters to that effect having been received on Wednesday. We regret to add, however, that as a consequence of a sudden indisposition he has altered his intention. Yesterday, William JONES, Esq. Town CLERK of our Corporation, received from him a letter containing a formal resignation of the Office, which was to be transmitted to the Lord Lieutenant forthwith.
LC_LM1774307NPDJONESWilliam junEsqDublin: At Nevill's Court, in the County of Wexford, William JONES, jun. Esq.
FJ1765223-26NPMJONES MissLast week James Napper TANDY of Corn Market to Miss JONES of Platten Co Meath an agreeable lady with a large fortune
FJ17851031NPMJONES MissAt Corkabbey, the seat of the Rt Hon Theophilus JONES, near Bray, Robert GARDEN, Esq to Miss JONES eldest daughter of Rt Hon Theophilus JONES
FJ1767602-05NPSJONES Mr2 Jun ... Arived from Holyhead on the Trevor Packet for which place she sailed 29 May with Col COOTE, Capt GRANT, Mess JONES and NIXON
CG HA1789518NPDJONES MrLimerick, May 11. ... Yesterday at Pallas Kenry, Mr. JONES, of Tipperary, to Miss Catherine WILSON, daughter of Mr. John WILSON.
LC_LM1774609NPDJONES MrsAt Chatham, England, Mrs. JONES, aged 93, her father lived to the age of 105, her mother to 103.
LGA18171223NPDJONES MrsAt Drewscourt Francis LANGFORD Meade Esq only son of the late Lloyd LANGFORD Esq whose estates in the co Limerick and Wales devolve onto his sisters Mrs JONES and Mrs DREW
FJ18171227NPDJONES MrsAt Drewscourt Francis LANGFORD Meade Esq only son of the late Lloyd LANGFORD Esq whose estates in the co Limerick and Wales devolve onto his sisters Mrs JONES and Mrs DREW
Pue'sO1753224NPN/SJONES RevThe Rt Rev the Lord Bishop of Ossory hath been pleased to present the Rev Chamberlain WALKER to the living of Rossconnell in the Diocese of Ossory vacant by the death of the Rev Mr JONES, worth 80L per annum
FJ1770405-07NPMJONES widowA few days ago Mr Joshua CHRISTIAN painter to the widow JONES of Newport
FJ1789519NPMJONES  Mr JONES of Tipperary to Miss Catherine WILSON daughter of Mr John WILSON
FJ1797714NPMJONES  Mr JONES of South Great George's Street to Miss LANGLEY of Aungier Street
FJ1860503NPSJORDANJames Children to be brought up Roman Catholic
FJ1860503NPSJORDANMary Children to be brought up Roman Catholic
LEP-CS1831121aNPMJORDANSwiafiaMrAlso on the same day Mr Swiafia JORDAN merchant to Louisa 5th daughter of said Consul (See William PENNELL)
FJ1817919NPDJORDAN MajOn Sunday last at Athleague, co Roscommon, Mrs WALDRON, wife of Mr Thomas WALDRON merchant. She was sister to Maj JORDAN who died at Jamaica - Niece to Col BROWN who was killed at Havannal - and grand niece to Field-Marshall BROWN who died at Vienna
LGA1817923NPDJORDAN MajAt Athleague, county Roscommon, Mrs WALDRON, wife of Mr. Thomas WALDRON, merchant — She was sister to Major JORDAN, who died in Jamaica, some time ago — Niece to Colonel BROWN, who was killed at the Havannah— and grand neice to Field Marshall BROWN, who died at Vienna
LGA18151107NPSJOY Mr SerjeantTrial report — Highway robbery near Castle Oliver
LC1827321NPSJOYCEDominick ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.
COUNTY LIMERICK COURT—SATURDAY.
   Dominick Joyce, Patrick Molony, and John Molony, were indicted for the abduction of Ellen Mangane, with intent that Thomas Joyce forcibly marry the said Ellen Mangane—and also for stealing 30s, the property of Thomas Mangane.
   Thomas Mangane proved that his house was broken into on the night of the 16th of January last, by an armed party, his niece forcibly taken away out of her bed, and one of his drawers broken and a thirty shilling bank note taken thereout; Patrick Molony missed fire at him with a pistol, identified him and Dominick Joyce ; the girl was not more than six it teen years' old, and is since well married.
   Margaret Mangane confirmed the evidence of her husband, and identified John Molony; Ellen Mangane alias Real, a very comely and interesting young woman, corroborated the testimony of her relations; she was carried off from her bed by Thomas Joyce, who is not taken, and others whom she did not know; did not see Dominick Joyce or John MoIony, among the party.
   Thomas Butler, Policeman, proved seeing Patrick Molony at his house in bed the night of the outrage. The prisoners received a good distract for sobriety and industry and the Jury acquitted them.
LC1827321NPSJOYCEThomas ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.
COUNTY LIMERICK COURT—SATURDAY.
   Dominick Joyce, Patrick Molony, and John Molony, were indicted for the abduction of Ellen Mangane, with intent that Thomas Joyce forcibly marry the said Ellen Mangane—and also for stealing 30s, the property of Thomas Mangane.
   Thomas Mangane proved that his house was broken into on the night of the 16th of January last, by an armed party, his niece forcibly taken away out of her bed, and one of his drawers broken and a thirty shilling bank note taken thereout; Patrick Molony missed fire at him with a pistol, identified him and Dominick Joyce ; the girl was not more than six it teen years' old, and is since well married.
   Margaret Mangane confirmed the evidence of her husband, and identified John Molony; Ellen Mangane alias Real, a very comely and interesting young woman, corroborated the testimony of her relations; she was carried off from her bed by Thomas Joyce, who is not taken, and others whom she did not know; did not see Dominick Joyce or John MoIony, among the party.
   Thomas Butler, Policeman, proved seeing Patrick Molony at his house in bed the night of the outrage. The prisoners received a good distract for sobriety and industry and the Jury acquitted them.
LHMA17891019NPMJOYEMichaelMrAt Waterford, Simon OSBORNE, Esq. to Miss CARR, daughter of the late Thomas CARR, Esq. and Mr. Michael JOYE, cooper, to Miss. Susannah KANTZMAN, of that city.
FJ1830615NPMJOYESJaohnEsqOn the 12th inst, by special licence, Nicholas eldest son of Andrew COMYN of Ballinderry, in the co Galway, Esq to Sabina daughter of the late John JOYES of Galway Esq
FJ1830615NPMJOYESSabina On the 12th inst, by special licence, Nicholas eldest son of Andrew COMYN of Ballinderry, in the co Galway, Esq to Sabina daughter of the late John JOYES of Galway Esq
LC1796210NPMJOYNTAndrewMr.Saturday at the same place [Ennis], Mr. Andrew JOYNT, of this city, cloth merchant, to Miss POWER, daughter to Mr. John POWER, of Mill Street, Ennis.
FJ18601214NPDJOYNTAnthonyMrDecember 7, at Ballina, Mr Anthony JOYNT, aged seventy years
LGA1807213NPSJOYNTCMrThis morning at 2 o'clock, some vagrants cut a hole thro' the window shudder of Mr C JOYNT's shop at John's-gate, and would have robbed it, but Mr J hearing a noise, instantly got up and lit a candle, on which the fellows made off.
FJ1853124NPMJOYNTCharlesEsqSeptember 4, at Windsor, New South Wales, Charles JOYNT Esq late of Ballina, in the co Mayo, to Amelia Elizabeth daughter of Dr De La HUNT, formerly of Cavan
LC18211103NPDJOYNTCharlesMrIn John's Street, Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. Charles JOYNT, chandler
LGA18091107NPDJOYNTChristopherMrSaturday morning last, in Rathkeale, much lamented by his family and friends, Mr Chris. JOYNT, chandle
FJ1859202NPBJOYNTEdwardEsqAt Rathkeale, the wife of Edward JOYNT Esq of a son and heir
FJ1861507NPBJOYNTEdwardEsqApril 29, at Rathkeale, the wife of Edward JOYNT Esq of a daughter
FJ1843323NPDJOYNTGeorgeEsqAt Dr M'NAIR's, Crossmolina, co Mayo, aged 87 years, Mary relict of George JOYNT, Esq of Streamstown
LEP-CS1833222NPMJOYNTJane At her father's house in Catherine Street, by the Very Rev Dr HOGAN, Jane eldest daughter of Mr John O'D JOYNT to Mr Michael RYAN of Bedford Row
LEP-CS1831121NPDJOYNTJohnEsqLast night, in Catherine Street, Limerick, to the deep regret of her family, Mary, second daughter of John JOYNT, Esq., aged seventeen years
LGA1813622NPBJOYNTJohnMrIn John Street, the wife of Mr John JOYNT, of this city, of three sons, two of whom are alive and well
LEP-CS18291211NPDJOYNTJohnMrOn Yesterday, rather suddenly, at his house in Catherine-street, Limerick, Mr. John JOYNT, Pawn Broker, an honest and industrious citizen. ...
LEP-CS1833222NPMJOYNTJohn O'DMrAt her father's house in Catherine Street, by the Very Rev Dr HOGAN, Jane eldest daughter of Mr John O'D JOYNT to Mr Michael RYAN of Bedford Row
LGA1808906NPMJOYNTJohn O'DonnellMrOn Saturday evening, John O'Donnell JOYNT, of Broadstreet, grocer, to the agreeable Miss READY, daughter of Mr E READY, grocer of this city
FJ1841615NPDJOYNTJohn P AEsqAt New Orleans, aged 71 years, John P A JOYNT Esq late of Ashgrove, near Portadown, and for many years Capt in the Galway Militia
LEP-CS1831121NPDJOYNTMary Last night, in Catherine Street, Limerick, to the deep regret of her family, Mary, second daughter of John JOYNT, Esq., aged seventeen years
FJ1843323NPDJOYNTMary At Dr M'NAIR's, Crossmolina, co Mayo, aged 87 years, Mary relict of George JOYNT, Esq of Streamstown
LC18211103NPDJOYNTMary Anne In John's Street, Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. Charles JOYNT, chandler
FJ1855222NPMJOYNTRose Febrary 5, in Limerick, John R JAMES Esq to Rose third daughter of the late Wwilliam JOYNT Esq
FJ1859416NPBJOYNTThomas InghamEsqDecember 18, at Christchurch, New Zealand, the wife of Thos Ingham JOYNT, Esq late of Dublin, of a son
FJ1858302NPBJOYNTW LEsqFebruary 25, at 86 George Street, Limerick, the wife of W L JOYNT Esq solicitor, of a son
FJ1855222NPMJOYNTWilliamEsqFebrary 5, in Limerick, John R JAMES Esq to Rose third daughter of the late Wwilliam JOYNT Esq
LC1783605NPDJOYNTWilliamMrLast Tuesday Mr Wiliam JOYNT, an eminent Chandler, ...
LGA1818825NPSJOYNTWilliamMrOn Thursday night [20/8], a number of villians broke into the house of Mr George DREW, on the Circular Road above the New Barraks, and rifled the house of a great quantity of linnen, wearing apparel, and thirty seven guineas and a-half in bank notes, and a pocket book containing several bills, memorandums, &c.— Friday, a woman was detained at Mr JOYNT's Pawn Office, in offering some of the articles, and on examining her house some more of them were found — she was committed to jail, with a man named Patrick HAYES. Saturday morning the pocket book, containing some papers, were thrown over the garden wall, at Mr DREW's with the following scroll—" DREW you have your book and bills now — we want money more than you—one penny you shan't get more—let out our friend, or we will have your life if you walk Ireland's ground."
LC1835110NPDJOYNTWilliamMrIn Wilsons Quay yesterday, in the prime of life to the unconsolable loss of his family and friends, Mr Wm JOYNT, pawnbroker
FJ1854518NPMJOYNTWilliam LEsqMay 13, in Cork, William L JOYNT Esq solicitor, of Limerick, to Jane second daughter of the late J RUSSELL Esq merchant of that city
FJ1859909NPBJOYNTWilliam LaneEsqSeptember 4 , in Limerick, the wife of William Lane JOYNT, Esq solicitor of a daughter
FJ1856603NPBJOYNT AldMay 31, in Limerick, the lady of Alderman JOYNT of a daughter
LC1832702NPDJOYNT MrsIn Broad Street, Mrs JOYNT wife of Mr JOYNT sen
LH1832702NPDJOYNT MrsYesterday, in Broad street, Mrs JOYNT, wife of Mr JOYNT sen, chandler
LEP-CS18331004NPDJOYNT MrsIn Galway, the wife of Mr. JOYNT, Revenue Officer.
FJ1825608NPMJUXONLouisa AnnEsqOn the 2nd inst, at Kilarney, Richard MEREDITH Esq of Dicksgrove, to Louisa Ann 5th daughter of Maj JUXON
FJ1825608NPMJUXON MajOn the 2nd inst, at Kilarney, Richard MEREDITH Esq of Dicksgrove, to Louisa Ann 5th daughter of Maj JUXON
LEP-CS1829210NPSK__F Gross Outrage—A Brunswicker of the name F. K____, living in Ennis, happened, on Friday last, we understand, to see the Limerick Evening Post and Clare Sentinel on the table of a respectable Hotel, in this city, (Limerick)— when, finding the coast clear, he tore it to pieces, and the threw it into the fire; but the outrage was discovered before he left the house, and he was instantly obliged to come to our Office for a Paper to replace it, which he was glad to do to avoid exposure.  Such low hostility we despise — so much so, that we have no objection to his renewing his attack seven-fold every post on the same terms.  We only notice the affair to shew the low stuff these Brunswickers are made of.
LEP-CS1829217NPSK____F Mr. F____ K____, of Ennis, the Gentleman stated in our Paper of Friday (sic) to have torn and burned a number of the Post and Sentinel, at a respectable Hotel, called at this Office, on Saturday, to explain away our opinion of his motives; that he tore the Paper was admitted, but, from the assurance he has given us, that he did not burn it, nor did the tearing proceed from any feeling of hostility, we freely acknowledge the explanation to have been quite satisfactory.
LS1840723NPMKAINCharlesMrMr Charles CAIN to Honoria daughter of Mr Edmond LEONARD, Galway
LHMA17891019NPMKANTZMANSusannahMissAt Waterford, Simon OSBORNE, Esq. to Miss CARR, daughter of the late Thomas CARR, Esq. and Mr. Michael JOYE, cooper, to Miss. Susannah KANTZMAN, of that city.
LGA1815203NPSKAVANAGHMichael A few days since, that active magistrate, Edward WILSON, Esq. assisted by a party of the Forfarshire militia, apprehended, near Castle Durrow, Michael DOWLING, Michael KAVANAGH, and Thomas TYNAN, who are positively charged with the murder of Kyran CAMPION, a herd of Mr. LITTON's, near Johnstown.— They were, on Sunday last, committed to Kilkenny gaol. Upon this occasion, Mr. WILSON received much assistance from Mr. LAURENSON, chief constable. Mr. WILSON afterwards went went in pursuit of Maurice GRIMES and Edward LABARTE, both of whom he took into custody, and committed them to the gaol at Maryborough. They were charged with being part of the gang that were concerned in the dreadful outrage at Cullahil in October last
LC1827314NPDKAYEListerSir BtSir Lister KAYE, Bart.
FJ18481010NPMKEALYAlicia Josephine On the 7th inst, at the house of the bride's father, D Blake LEONARD, Esq of Queensfort Lodge, co Galway, to Alicia Josephine, eldest daughter of R J KEALY, Esq of Carekeel, in said county
FJ18481010NPMKEALYR JEsqOn the 7th inst, at the house of the bride's father, D Blake LEONARD, Esq of Queensfort Lodge, co Galway, to Alicia Josephine, eldest daughter of R J KEALY, Esq of Carekeel, in said county
LC18231011NPDKEANJamesEsqOn Friday morning, at Bruff-Hill, in this county, James KEAN, Esq. Deeply regretted by his family and friends.
LGA1815919NPSKEANPMrAn English gentleman of the name KEAN was assassinated on Wednesday last, on the Boulevard de Coblentz, near Rue Tarthout, by one of those ferocious brigands lately arrived in Paris from the army of the Loire. The French officer accused Mr KEAN of having trodden on his feet, which the latter positively denied. High words then ensued, when the Frenchman drew a dagger from his cane, and gave Mr. KEAN a mortal stab in the side. He expired the next day. After Mr. KEAN fell the French officer quietly retired taking under his arm one of the fair cyprians who frequent this Boulevard, and has not since been heard of. Not one of the French journalists, to their great shame be it spoken, have dared to notice this horrid assassination, though attended with circumstances of a the most aggravating nature — London Pilot
  We regret to state that the Gentleman above alluded to, is Mr. P KEAN of Bruff, in this county. We understand the Duke of Wellington has offered a large reward for the apprehension of the assassin
LC1797624NPDKEANEAnneMrsAt Bruff, on the 20th Instant, Mrs. Anne KEANE, Wife of Mr. James KEANE, sincerely and most universally regretted; in her amiable breast were concentrated the tender affections and ties of Wife and Mother, and the sincere and unfeigned impression of disinterested friendship.
LGA1819212NPSKEANEJ Committed
To the county Gaol
By the Rev James ELLARD,Thos TIMOTHY, John DESMOND, J. KEANE, and John HALPIN, for burglary and robbery
LC1822202NPMKEARINJeremiah FrancisMrOn Thursday, Mr. Jeremiah Francis KEARIN, Printer, to Miss Mary Anne HEFFERNAN, of Kilmallock
FJ18431007NPMKEARNEYFrances In Catherines Place, Linmerick, by the Rev James D'ARCY PP of St Michaels, Edward KERNAN Esq of New Orleans and late of Dublin, to Frances youngest daughter of James KEARNEY Esq
FJ18431007NPMKEARNEYJamesEsqIn Catherines Place, Linmerick, by the Rev James D'ARCY PP of St Michaels, Edward KERNAN Esq of New Orleans and late of Dublin, to Frances youngest daughter of James KEARNEY Esq
LT1836623NPMKEARNEYJuliaMissM H ABRAHAM of Dungarvan to Miss Julia KEARNEY
LGA18141118NPMKEARNEY MissNov. 10—By the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, the Rev Thomas KING, Rector of Kilbahane, county Cork, to Miss KEARNEY, of Noville, in this county
CG HA1789309NPMKEARNYJamesEsqLimerick March 5. ... Last week, James KEANY, of Kilmallock, in this county Esq; to Miss MULLINS, daughter of Peter MULLINS, of Kildorrery, Esq.
LGA1809609NPMKEARNYJamesMrTuesday, in Kilmallock, by the Rev Mr ELLARD, Mr William ASHTON, of this city chandler, to Miss KEARNY, daughter of Mr James KEARNY, of Fanningstown, in this county.
LGA1809609NPMKEARNY MissTuesday, in Kilmallock, by the Rev Mr ELLARD, Mr William ASHTON, of this city chandler, to Miss KEARNY, daughter of Mr James KEARNY, of Fanningstown, in this county.
LGA1817225NPSKEARYJohn Committed
By the Rev James ELLARD, to the county jail, Morty KELLY, for cow stealing—By said Magistrate, Robert HOLMES and John KEARY, for attacking and robbing the house of Pat ROCHE, of Kilmallock.
Lords Munster Herald1788417NPMKEATINGElizabethMissAt Cork Mr. Thomas JOHNSON, to Miss. Elizabeth KEATING of that town.
LGA1817321NPSKEATINGPatrick 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 peace
FJ18431102NPMKEATINGWalterEsqOn the 31st ult, in St George's church, Walter KEATING of Sylvian park, co Meath, Esq barrister-at-law, to Elizabeth daughter of the late Richard Robinson LODGE Esq of Caledon
LGA1807501NPAKEATINGWilliamRevMarrital claims
CG HA1788508NPMKEATING MissLast Tuesday waas married Mr. Richard LUTHER, of this town, to Miss KEATING, of Currenstown.
LC1826128NPSKEAYSMichael John CLEARY is next brother to the man who was killed a short time ago by falling from his horse nea the bridge of Kilfinan, and succeeded to his property which is about 400l. a year.—He was arrested on Thursday evening in a place called Garryspellane in this county, by an active and confidential agent of Thomas P. VOLES, Esq. after a fatiguing excursion—His father-in-law, whose name is KEAYS, charged as a principal in the same crime, has likewise been arrested in Dublin, by the exertions of Mr. VOKES—Several persons it appeared claimed an interest in the above mentioned property, for which CLEARY was disputing, and in an affray arrising out of it, the murder was committed, while another man named MADDEN, was so desparately beaten on the same occasion, that he presents a miserable and revolting example of the most savage and barbarous cruelty.
LC_LM1774609NPDKEEFEJeremiahMrsCork, June 6. ... Yesterday in Goulnaspur, the wifeof Mr. Jeremiah KEEFE, woollenn-draper
LC1792523NPSKEEFEJohn 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.
FJ1764320-24NPMKEEFFLaurenceMrA few days ago, Mr Laurence KEEFF of Henry Street merchant to Miss FORSTER of Monrath Street
LC1825112NPMKEENEJane At Glanmire Church, Cork, Cptain HOLMES, late 93d Regiment, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late John KEENE, of Liverpool, Esq.
LC1825112NPMKEENEJohnEsqAt Glanmire Church, Cork, Cptain HOLMES, late 93d Regiment, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late John KEENE, of Liverpool, Esq.
LS1840521NPMKEILLYElizabeth At Lockhampton ch, near Chentenham, Forrester WILSON Esq of Devonshire Place London, to Elizabeth eldest daughter of W H KEILLY Esq of Glanaboy, co Waterford and Lansdowne Crescent, Cheltenham
LC1832808NPMKEILLYJohnEsqAt 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, Yorkshire
LC1832808NPMKEILLYJohnjunAt 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, Yorkshire
LS1840521NPMKEILLYW HEsqAt Lockhampton ch, near Chentenham, Forrester WILSON Esq of Devonshire Place London, to Elizabeth eldest daughter of W H KEILLY Esq of Glanaboy, co Waterford and Lansdowne Crescent, Cheltenham
FJ18501122NPMKEILYCatherine November 14, at Cheltenham, Edward CROKER, Esq, Captain in the 17th regiment, eldest son of Colonel W CROKER, late 17th regiment, eldest son of Colonel W CROKER, to Catherine, youngest daughter of W H KEILY, Esq, of Glenaboy, co Waterford
LS18381030NPDKEILYEdwardCaptIn Lismore, Mrs Mary KELLY, relict of Capt KELLY and mother of Capt KELLY of the 13th [Army List 13th Foot Edward KEILY Capt 22 Jul 1836; Lt 2 Sep 1819; Ens 15 Apr 1813 note: John CROKER of Glenaboy leased Tercullen to Richard KEILY RD193567]
LGA18191012NPSKEILYMichael WebbRevOn Sunday last, the Lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination in the Cathedral the following gentlemen received Orders viz:--- William WILLIS, Priest; Pryce PEACOCK, T F MARTIN, Wm BOYLE, Wm HARDING, Michael Webb KEILY, Deacons.
FJ18501122NPMKEILYWilliam HenryEsqNovember 14, at Cheltenham, Edward CROKER, Esq, Captain in the 17th regiment, eldest son of Colonel W CROKER, late 17th regiment, eldest son of Colonel W CROKER, to Catherine, youngest daughter of W H KEILY, Esq, of Glenaboy, co Waterford
FJ1857131NPSKEITH EnsignMelbourne killings
LGA1816322NPSKELIHERDavid Limerick Assizes
County Court—the following convictions have taken place—...
David KELIHER, for assulting C. D. OLIVER, Esq. a magistrate, in execution of his duty at Ardpatrick—not sentanced
LGA1816326NPSKELIHERDavid David KELIHER, for assulting C. D. OLIVER, Esq. a magistrate, to be fined five pounds and confined for 13 Months
LC17831129NPSKELIHERLarn see Richard DONOVAN
LGA18151107NPSKELLER MrTrial report — Highway robbery near Castle Oliver
LS1840608NPMKELLYAnne At the Cathedral of Kildare, Waldron KELLY Esq of Kildare to Anne youngest daughter Lewis KELLY Esq
FJ1846603NPDKELLYAnne On the 28th ult, in Wentworth place, Anne, widow of William KELLY Esq Surveyor General of Excise
LEP-CS1830122NPSKELLYAnstie Committed to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealing
HDM1771917-19NPMKELLYBarnabas At Corke ... Mr Barnabas KELLY mariner to Miss Jane CROKER of Spring Hill near Cove
FJ18191112NPDKELLYCharles see Mrs Alicia (nee KELLY) BURKE
FJ1847903NPDKELLYCharlotte Matilda On the 1st inst, at Kildare, aged three years, Charlotte Matilda, infant daughter of Waldron KELLY Esq General Post Office
LGA1808705NPSKELLYDavid On the night of Sunday last, about the hour of 9 o'clock, David KELLY of Ballygran and Thomas BLAKE of Ballingarry, effected their escape fron the county jail, where they had been confined for debt. These ingenious gentlemen obtained their lineration by means of a false key which opened a grating over a passage through that even the most relentless creditors could not pursue them without reluctance and discust.
LGA1818313NPSKELLYEdmond Assizes intelligence
LC1835617NPDKELLYEdwardEsqAt Dromore Lodge, co Westmeath, Edward KELLY Esq of Upper Baggot Street Dublin aged 70 years, many years a magistrate in Westmeath, Dublin and King's co
FJ18071223NPDKELLYHenryMrOn the 16th inst, Mrs KELLY wife of Mr Henry KELLY of Crow Street, much loved for her virtues and now deservedly lamented
LS18411025NPDKELLYHesterMissAt an advanced age, Miss Hester KELLY eldest sister of the late John KELLY Esq formerly of the Treasury, and a wine merchant in Dublin
FJ182962NPMKELLYJamesEsqThursday morning last, at Killinick church, county Waterford, Lett SEALY of Bloomhill Esq to Mary 2nd daughter of the late James Berry of Ballykelly Esq
FJ18191112NPDKELLYJames see Mrs Alicia (nee KELLY) BURKE
FJ1849402NPDKELLYJames TerenceEsqMarch 30, in Kildare, James Terence, infant son of Waldron KELLY Esq, Money Order Office, General Post-Office
FJ1822222NPDKELLYJaneMrsAt Armagh, on the 10th inst, in her 78th year Mrs Jane KeLLY relict of Thomas KELLY Esq late of Dawson's Grove in that county
LGA1820118NPMKELLYJane In Portarlington, Mr Thomas CALLAGHAN of Pill Lane Dublin to Jane daughter of Thomas KELLY Esq late of Rathmore, Kings co
FJ1819625NPMKELLYJane Cecilia On the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount Street
LC1824428NPMKELLYJohnEsqOn Thursday last, at St. Mary's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Charles BARDEN, John KELLY, Esq of Bruff, and of Fermoyle, County Longford, to Frances Catherine, second daughter of Athaneaius CUSACK, Esq of Moyougher, County Meath, and Laragh, County Kildare.
LEP-CS1829915NPDKELLYJohnEsqIn Thomas Street Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late John KELLY of Rusheen county Limerick and sister to the Very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff V G
LS18411025NPDKELLYJohnEsqAt an advanced age, Miss Hester KELLY eldest sister of the late John KELLY Esq formerly of the Treasury, and a wine merchant in Dublin
LHMA17891019NPDKELLYJohnMrMrs KELLY, wife of Mr. John KELLY, of Kilfree, co. Sligo - her death is most melancholy, when we consider it was in consequence of the birth of three children, two of whom are likely to do well.
FJ1824521NPDKELLYJohnMrOn the 15th inst of apoplexy, Mr John KELLY, Revenue Officer, who left a wife and helpless family to deplore his loss
FJ1829915NPDKELLYJohnMrAt her brother's house in Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late Mr John KELLY of Russheen, same county, and sister to the very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff, VG
FJ18191112NPDKELLYJohn see Mrs Alicia (nee KELLY) BURKE
LGA1820414NPSKELLYJohn Execution of those convicted of robbing John LEO
LC1823716NPDKELLYJohn CuffEsqOn Thursday, Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, in this county, a gentleman of most unbounded charity and sterling worth. His remains were interred in the family vault at Castletown-Conyers, on Monday attended by all the gentlemen in the country and a concourse of People unequalled at any former occasion of the kind. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY, of Stormont, i this county Esq
FJ1823718NPDKELLYJohn CuffEsqOn the 10th inst,Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unboundedcharity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of Stormont
FJ1823721NPDKELLYJohn CuffEsqOn the 10th inst,Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unboundedcharity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of Stormont
LGA1815616NPDKELLYJohn CuffeEsqOn Wednesday last (14/6) at Stormont, in this county, the seat of John Cuffe KELLY Esq, Mrs DREW relict of the late Barry DREW Esq of Drewscourt in this county
LC1825205NPAKELLYJohn CuffeEsq
To be let
From the 25th March,
The following ands,
videlict

 A.R.P.
Drewscourt House, Offices and demesne127230
Part of Newlan, on which is a goood house &c3000
Part of Kilcolman, ditto ditto43310
Tullig on which there are 2 houses &c4526
Peppard's late holding, on which there is a slated house127230
 267022
All the above lands have a sufficiency of Turbaty annexed or allotted to them
Also, from the same period some farms,
At Ballingaddy, near Kilmallock.
  Proposals in writing, post paid, to John Cuff KELLY, Esq. Stromont, Castle-Connell, or William S. FISHER, Charleville, who will send a person to shew the Lands.

Assizes intelligence

LC1832602NPMKELLYWaldronCaptAt Norwood Surrey, Capt Waldron KELLY late of the 26th or Comeronian Regt to Selina youngest daughter of Mr WESTERLY of Streatham
LS1840608NPMKELLYWaldronEsqAt the Cathedral of Kildare, Waldron KELLY Esq of Kildare to Anne youngest daughter Lewis KELLY Esq
FJ1846110NPBKELLYWaldronEsqOn 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
FJ1849402NPDKELLYWaldronEsqMarch 30, in Kildare, James Terence, infant son of Waldron KELLY Esq, Money Order Office, General Post-Office
FJ1853405NPDKELLYWaldronEsqApril 2, Waldron KELLY Esq of the Money Order Office, aged 36
FJ1819625NPMKELLYWilliamEsqOn the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount Street
FJ18291221NPDKELLYWilliamEsqOn thursday the 17th inst, William KELLY of Wentworth place, Esq many years Surveyor of His Majesty's Excises and Licences
LC18331218NPDKELLYWilliamEsqIn Holles Street, Dublin, Wm KELLY Esq Comptroller of Customs, in the 54th year of his age [in 1824 he was Examiner of the Information Books]
FJ1846603NPDKELLYWilliamEsqOn the 28th ult, in Wentworth place, Anne, widow of William KELLY Esq Surveyor General of Excise
FJ1824709NPDKELLY CaptOn saturday last, at Johnstown, co Kilkenny, Capt KELLY chief of Constabulary Police of the Barony of Galmoy, leaving an amiable widow and eleven children to mourn his loss
LS18381030NPDKELLY CaptIn Lismore, Mrs Mary KELLY, relict of Capt KELLY and mother of Capt KELLY of the 13th [Army List 13th Foot Edward KEILY Capt 22 Jul 1836; Lt 2 Sep 1819; Ens 15 Apr 1813]
FJ1786211NPMKELLY MissAt Limerick, John HALLORAN to Miss KELLY daughter of late Mr Michael KELLY merchant
LGA1808517NPMKELLY MissMr M PHELAN bookbinder to the agreeable Miss KELLY of Philipsborough
FJ1809309NPMKELLY MissAt Blackrick, a few days ago, by special licence, Cornelius O'BRIEN, Esq of New Orchard, in the co Kilkenny, to the amiable and agreeable Miss KELLY of Montgomery Street, Dublin whose smallest accomplishment is a handsome fortune
LC1824721NPSKELLY MrMr. KELLY, Inspector of Fisheries, has been for several days inspecting the rivers connecting to the Shannon; at Kilmallock, at a Petty Sessions, he caused a miller to be fined for having a crib for catching fish attached to his mill, and has posted notices throughout the county, cautioning farmers against bogging flax in any river, or in any water connected with any river; and that any flax so found will be forfeited, and a fine of five pounds levied on the owners of such flax.
LC18261007NPSKELLY MrOn Wednesday night, one or more persons entered the house of Mr. KELLY, of Heaffy-bridge, near Rathkeale, by descending the chimney.—They robbed it of 10s. in silver, with the clothes of his wife, and every portable article they found.
LHMA17891019NPDKELLY MrsMrs KELLY, wife of Mr. John KELLY, of Kilfree, co. Sligo - her death is most melancholy, when we consider it was in consequence of the birth of three children, two of whom are likely to do well.
FJ18071223NPDKELLY MrsOn the 16th inst, Mrs KELLY wife of Mr Henry KELLY of Crow Street, much loved for her virtues and now deservedly lamented
FJ1823718NPDKELLY MrsOn the 10th inst,Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unboundedcharity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of Stormont
FJ1823721NPDKELLY MrsOn the 10th inst,Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unboundedcharity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of Stormont
FJ1829915NPDKELLY MrsAt her brother's house in Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late Mr John KELLY of Russheen, same county, and sister to the very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff, VG
LEP-CS1829915NPDKELLY MrsIn Thomas Street Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late John KELLY of Rusheen county Limerick and sister to the Very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff V G
Cork Const1837204NPMKEMBLEEmma At Quebec, in the Cathedral, by the Lord Bishop of Montreal, George L. DAMES, Esq., Lieutenant 66th Regiment, son of Thomas Longworth DAMES, Esq., Green Hill, King's County, to Emma, only daughter of Wm. KEMBLE, Esq., of Quebec
Cork Const1837204NPMKEMBLEWilliamEsqAt Quebec, in the Cathedral, by the Lord Bishop of Montreal, George L. DAMES, Esq., Lieutenant 66th Regiment, son of Thomas Longworth DAMES, Esq., Green Hill, King's County, to Emma, only daughter of Wm. KEMBLE, Esq., of Quebec
LEP-CS1829403NPDKEMPJohnMrIn Sydney New South Wales, Mr John KEMP, son of Mr Richard KEMP of Cork
LEP-CS1829403NPDKEMPRichardMrIn Sydney New South Wales, Mr John KEMP, son of Mr Richard KEMP of Cork
LGA1811809NPSKENNANLoughlin Armagh Assizes ... Loughlin KENNAN [Laughlin KEENAN in Peter Maybury's convict site], for falsly pretending and affirming that one John MCFARLAN was a deserter, and thereby obtaining from Leonard DOBBIN, Esq. the pro-collector, the sum of one pound. Guilty -- to be transported for seven years.
LC1797722NPMKENNEDYAlexanderRevOn Saturday last, at Christ Church [Cork], by the Rev. Alexander KENNEDY, Mr. Edward BENNETT, to the agreeable and sentemental Miss CASEY, of this city [Cork].
CMC18081125NPMKENNEDYAlexanderRevOn Tuesday the 13th inst, at Christchurch, by the Rev Alexander KENNEDY, Lieut. William LEWIS, of the Navy, and Agent of Transports, to Miss Margaret BARRY, daughter of the late William BARRY, Esq. of Charleville.
LGA1815117NPSKENNEDYConnor By said magistrate [Rickard LLOYD] to said jail [County] Connor KENNEDY charged before the Rev Charles COOTEwith aiding and assisting in an attempt to murder John HAYES by firing at him with intent to kill
FJ18541025NPMKENNEDYEdwardSir BtOctober 19, at Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, Sir Edward KENNEDY Bt of Johnstown Castle, co Kildare to Lady Augusta PERY, youngest daughter of Henry Hartstonge, Viscount Glentworth and sister of the present Earl of Limerick
LHMA17891019NPMKENNEDYHenryMr[Dublin] Mr. Henry KENNEDY, of Abbey Street, to Miss. KENNEDY, of King Street.
LC_LM1774314NPSKENNEDYJames Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.
LC17681013NPSKENNEDYMary We hear from Kilfinnan, that on Sunday the 2d. last, Mary KENNEDY, and on the Sunday Following, Edmond TRACEY publickly read their recantation from the errors of the Church of Rome
LEP-CS1830723NPSKENNEDYMichaela boyCity Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The following were sentenced to seven years transportation:—Honora LONG, David HARTIGAN, John CONNORS, William BOVENIZER, Michael KENNEDY (a boy), Catherine RYAN, and Catherine FITZGERALD
LEP-CS1831513NPSKENNEDYPatrick Committed to County Limerick Jail by Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Patrick HERLEHY, charge with robbery; By Richard MASON, Esq., Patrick KENNEDY, charged with turning pasture land;
LHMA17891019NPMKENNEDY Miss[Dublin] Mr. Henry KENNEDY, of Abbey Street, to Miss. KENNEDY, of King Street.
CMC1808817NPMKENNYE HRevAt 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
FJ1858218NPMKENNYJohn BellDrFebruary 15, at the Roman Catholic Church, Maynooth, by the Rev J CAINEN, Dr John Bell KENNY of this city to Kate Mary, fourth daughter of the late Thomas CHAMBERLAIN Esq Leister Lodge, Maynooth
LT18361003NPMKENNYThomasRevOn Thursday, at Ballynaclough church, co Tipperary, by the Rev James Hill POE, Rector of Nenagh and afterwards of the house of her father by the Rev Thomas KENNY RCC of Nenagh, Edward LEE of Nenagh Esq to Frances 2nd d of M RYAN of Tyone House TIP Esq
LGA1819312NPSKENNYWilliam Committals: ... To the county Gaol ... By H. BEVAN, Esq. Roger MCNAMARA, killing a sheep the property of Mrs. CREED.
By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Wm. KENNY, assault and robbery.
LC1792523NPSKEOGHJames 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.
LGA18191130NPSKEOGHJohn Committals
To the County Gaol, by Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. Michael LEDDIN, charged with the murder of John WOODS. By Charrles D. OLIVER, Esq. to said Gaol, John KEOGH, charged with burglary and felony. By said magistrate, to said Gaol, Pat. BARRETT, charged with burglary and felony. By said Magistrate, Michael FARRELL, for forcibly taking away the daughter of John LEO, and appearing in arms.
CG HA1788214NPMKEOGHOwenMrWaterford ... Last week was married, Mr Owen KEOGH, of Newfoundland, to Miss Alice MALONE, of Lady lane.
LGA18191119NPSKEOUGHJohn Last night the Rev James ELLARD, of Kilfinan-Glebe, accompanied by Charles BENNETT, Esq. and a party of active inhabitants of that place, proceeded to search for several bad characters, against whom they had information---after a verl long walk and searching several houses, succeeded in taking up John KEOUGH, of the parish of Genure, a very noted fellow--he is lodged in Kilfinan jail
LT1836208NPMKERBYJohnMrOn Saturday morning, in Upper Glentworth Street by the Rev Mr D'ARCY VP of St Michael's Mr John KERBY grocer of Mary Street to Miss Bridget REDDAN
Pue'sO17531020NPSKERFORD MrLast week one William MATHEWS, a farmer in the co of Wicklow was taken up and comitted to Wicklow Goal, being charged on Oath by one BROWN with the murder & robery of Mr KERFORD a malster 26 years ago during which time BROWN has been out of the Kingdom
LC18241124NPDKERNANEdwardDrOn Friday, Doctor MURPHY, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher—He is succeeded by Dr KERNAN
FJ18431007NPMKERNANEdwardEsqIn Catherines Place, Linmerick, by the Rev James D'ARCY PP of St Michaels, Edward KERNAN Esq of New Orleans and late of Dublin, to Frances youngest daughter of James KEARNEY Esq
FJ1846912NPDKERNANEdwardMrOn the 4th inst, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs KERNAN, wife of Edward KERNAN, shopkeeper, Enniskillen
FJ1844210NPDKERNANEdwardRt RevOn the 30th ult, in Carrickmacross, at the residence of his brother, the Rt Rev Edward KERNAN, Catholic bishop of Clogher, Randal KERNAN Esq barrister-at-law
FJ1831121NPMKERNANEdwardRt Rev DrIn George's place, on the 20th inst, by the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Thomas CROKER, of this city, solicitor, to Mary daughter of the late Timothy DOYLE of Graig, in the co Kilkenny, Esq
FJ1835926NPMKERNANEdwardRt Rev Dr, Bishop of ColgherOn the 20th inst, at Bundoran, co Donegal, by the lady's uncle, the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr Terence MIHAN, of Enniskillen, merchant, to Miss CROKER sister of Thomas CROKER Esq solicitor
FJ1855129NPDKERNANFrancesMrsJanuary 16, at Upper Prince Edward Terace, Blackrock, aged 71, Mrs Frances KERNAN, relict of John KERNAN Esq
FJ18431006NPMKERNANGeorgeEsqOn the 2nd inst, John Talffe KERNAN Esq son of George KERNAN of Lower Dominick Street Esq to Mary only daughter of Christopher MORIARTY Eq of Camden Street
FJ18521009NPDKERNANGeorgeEsqOctober 4, aged 75 years, at Donay, George KERNAN Esq, late of Dominick Street, in this city
FJ1851813NPMKERNANJamesEsqAugust 12, at Seapoint House, Rostrevor, by the Rev Bernarrd MOONEY, PP James KERNAN of Cavendish Row Dublin Esq to Mary eldest daughter of the late John DONOHOE of South Earl street Dublin Esq
FJ1852826NPBKERNANJamesEsqAug. 24, at 5, Cavendish-row, the lady of James KERNAN Esq of a daughter
LGA1808614NPMKERNANJohnEsqLately, John KERNAN Esq of Capra Lodge, co Monaghan, to the amiale and accomplished Miss PERENDERGAST of Loughrea
LGA1808621NPMKERNANJohnEsqJohn KERNAN Esq of Cara-Lodge, co Monaghan, to Miss PERENDERGAST of Loughrea
FJ1855129NPDKERNANJohnEsqJanuary 16, at Upper Prince Edward Terace, Blackrock, aged 71, Mrs Frances KERNAN, relict of John KERNAN Esq
FJ1810212NPMKERNANJohnMrAt Counsellor KERNAN's, Capel Street, Mr John KERNAN of Upper Bridge Street to Eleanor daughter of T MEIGHAN Esq of Enniskillen

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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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