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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FJ1859610NPDGEOGHEGANWilliam Henry On his way home from India, resulting from an accident at sea, Wm Henry GEOGHEGAN, fourth son of the late Charles GEOGHEGAN, solicitor, of Henrietta street, in this cityNickR
LC18251119NPMGEOGHEGANWilliam MEsqIn Dublin, William M. GEOGHEGAN, Esq to Frances, daughter of the late Robert MELVILLE, Esq M.D.NickR
FJ1852719NPBGEOGHEGAN MajJuly 9, at Maryville, co Galway, the wife of Maj GEOGHEGAN, late of the Madras Army, of a daughterNickR
WMT J18231002NPMGEORGEEmily In Stillorgan Church, the Rev. John Kinahan, to Emily, daughter of John George, Esq.SdeM
FDJ1751101NPN/SGEORGEHamiltonEsqAt the quarterly meeting of the Rt Hon Govenors of the Work House the Hon John BUTLER Esq was unanomously elected in room of Sir Robert MAUD Bt deceased, likewise Hamilton GEORGE Esq in the room of Charles COOTE Esq deceasedNickR
Pue'sO1751101NPN/SGEORGEHamiltonEsqYesterday, at the quarterly meeting of the Rt Hon Govenors of the Work House the Hon John BUTLER Esq was unanomously elected in room of Sir Robert MAUD Bt deceased, likewise Hamilton GEORGE Esq in the room of Charles COOTE Esq deceasedNickR
WMT J18231002NPMGEORGEJohnEsqIn Stillorgan Church, the Rev. John Kinahan, to Emily, daughter of John George, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824610NPDGEORGE MrsIn Blessington-street, Mrs. George – a lady whose gentle spirit, and endearing manners will be long held in remembrance and estimation by all who had the happiness of being numbered among her friends.SdeM
WMT J18271025NPDGEORGE[SIC]ElizabethMrsOn the 10th instant, 64 years of age, Elizabeth, the wife of George George[sic], Esq., of Frome, in Somersetshire. SdeM
WMT J18271025NPDGEORGE[SIC]GeorgeEsqOn the 10th instant, 64 years of age, Elizabeth, the wife of George George[sic], Esq., of Frome, in Somersetshire. SdeM
LC1793615NPDGERADE Lord Chancellor of IrelandOn Friday last, in Chester, William John PURDON, of Dublin, Esq.—In opening the ground near the Altar, in St. Oswald's for the interment of the remains of the above Gentleman, the lead cofin which encloses the dust of the Lord Chancellor GERADE, was found in a state of preservation scarcely credible, when we say that ir has been ab inhabitant of the peaceful grave 211 years; though from its appearance the eye might be deceived into a belief, that it had not lain there more than as many hours!—Lord Chancellor GERADE held the Irish Seals in the reign of Elizabeth.NickR
Pue'sO1755513NPSGERAGHTYBartholemew Same day [Sat last] Daniel DONOVAN and Bartholemew GERAGHTY for burglarously entering the haouse of John ELLIOTT, and taking goods to the value of 4 shillings, were committed by to Kilmainham Goal William CHAMBERLAIN Esq one of the JPs for the co DublinNickR
LGA18191026NPSGERAGHTYCatherine Trial for assaultNickR
LC1823305NPSGERAGHTYEdwardRevA few days back, as a man of the Rev. Edward GERAGHTY, Rector of Killeedy, was executing his master's commands on the mountain called the Commons, he was met by two men, well armed, who took from him the summonses which he was about to serve for tithes, and, after making him eat the same, was suffered to depart.NickR
Pue'sO1734225NPAGERRYGeorgeAldGeorge GERRY, Ald plaintiff
Robert FRENCH, John TAYLOR and others defendants
... sell lands of Killyuane containing 29 acres ... barony of Dunkellin and co of Galway ...
NickR
LC1825226NPSGESSJohn At the Cork Sessions on Thursday, One Farthing Damages were awarded to John GESS, a drunken waiter, who was assaulted by Mr. George EDWARDS, at the last Harmonic Club.NickR
WMT J1824506NPDGETTY(nee NEILSON)MrsOn the 25th ult., in Dundalk, Mrs. Getty, wife of Mr. J. Getty, and only daughter of the late Rev. Doctor Neilson, of Redemon, county Down.SdeM
WMT J1824506NPDGETTYJMrOn the 25th ult., in Dundalk, Mrs. Getty, wife of Mr. J. Getty, and only daughter of the late Rev. Doctor Neilson, of Redemon, county Down.SdeM
LS18411018NPDGIBBINGSJonathanEsqAt Braidwood, near Sidney, New South Wales, in May last, in the 26th year iof his age, of injuries received in consequence of a fall from his horse, Jonathan GIBBINGS Esq son of the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS vicar of Monkstown, co CorkNickR
Pue'sO1742508NPDGIBBINGSThomasEsqLast week died at his seat in co of Cork Thomas GIBBINGS Esq ....NickR
LEP-CS1828919NPMGIBBINGSThomasRevOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, EsqNickR
LS18411018NPDGIBBINGSThomasRevAt Braidwood, near Sidney, New South Wales, in May last, in the 26th year iof his age, of injuries received in consequence of a fall from his horse, Jonathan GIBBINGS Esq son of the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS vicar of Monkstown, co CorkNickR
LGA1811730NPSGIBBINGSThomas On Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A BNickR
LC1773408NPMGIBBONSAndrewMrMr Andrew GIBBONS of Dublin to Miss Mary HOLMES, daughter of the late Alderman HOLMES of this cityNickR
WMT J1823515NPMGIBBONSJamesEsqOn Monday, the 12th inst. at Drumcree Church, by the Rev. Michael de Courcy, James Gibbons, Esq., only son of James Gibbons, Esq., of Ballynegall, to Alicia Frances, daughter of William Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, both in this county.SdeM
WMT J1827208NPDGIBBONSJamesMrAt her house in Tyrrellspass, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Rachel Gibbons, relict of the late Mr. James Gibbons, of the same town, aged 74 years. SdeM
WMT J18251208NPDGIBBONSJohnEsqBy special license, in the Cathedral Church of Tuam, by the Rev. Mr. Trench, Mathew Thomas Smith, of Dangan Cottage, Esq. to Mary, youngest daughter of the late John Gibbons, Esq. of the Co. Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J18251208NPDGIBBONSMary By special license, in the Cathedral Church of Tuam, by the Rev. Mr. Trench, Mathew Thomas Smith, of Dangan Cottage, Esq. to Mary, youngest daughter of the late John Gibbons, Esq. of the Co. Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J1827208NPDGIBBONSRachelMrsAt her house in Tyrrellspass, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Rachel Gibbons, relict of the late Mr. James Gibbons, of the same town, aged 74 years. SdeM
FJ17901112NPDGIBBONS MrsAt Mallow in the Co Cork, Mrs [Elizabeth] GIBBONS relict of the late B[artholemew] GIBBONS of Gibbonsgrove and sister to the late Rev Edward WRIGHT(sic) [WIGHT] DD Archdeacon of LimerickNickR
LGA1815721NPMGIBBSAbrahamEsqOn the 10th of May, at the house of the British mimister at Palermo, Liet. Colonel A'COURT adjutant general to the Bristish forces in the Mediterranian, to Mary only daughter of Abraham GIBBS EsqNickR
LGA1815721NPMGIBBSMary Elizabeth Catherine On the 10th of May, at the house of the British mimister at Palermo, Liet. Colonel A'COURT adjutant general to the Bristish forces in the Mediterranian, to Mary only daughter of Abraham GIBBS EsqNickR
WMT J1826810NPMGIBNEYFrances Eliza On Saturday, the 5th instant, in St. George's church, William Marland, of Eccles-street, to Frances Eliza, second daughter of the late Michael Gibney, of Dormstown, in the County of Meath, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826810NPMGIBNEYMichaelEsqOn Saturday, the 5th instant, in St. George's church, William Marland, of Eccles-street, to Frances Eliza, second daughter of the late Michael Gibney, of Dormstown, in the County of Meath, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823327NPMGIBSONAlexanderRevOn the 9th instant, in the city of Londonderry, by the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, of Fahan, the Rev. Alexander Gibson, Presbyterian Minister of the united Congregation of Mullingar and Tyrrellspass, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph Gibson, of Strabane.SdeM
WMT J1823327NPSGIBSONAlexanderRevThe Ordination of the Rev. Alexander Gibson, Presbyterian Minister of the United Congregation of Mullingar and Tyrrellspass, was celebrated in this town on Wednesday the 19th instant ...SdeM
WMT J1826601NPBGIBSONAlexanderRevOn the 31st May, in this town, the Lady of the Rev. Alexander Gibson, Presbyterian Minister, of a Daughter. SdeM
FJ1816919NPMGIBSONEdwardEsqOn Tuesday morning, at Taney Church, Edward GIBSON Esq of Quermore Park, in the co Lancaster, to Mary daughter of William CROKER [Solicitor, Dublin] Esq of Robuck Cottage [there are two townlands Roebuck in Taney parish, co Dublin]NickR
FJ1860626NPMGIBSONHenry GordonEsqLong noticeNickR
LEP-CS18291120NPMGIBSONJamesEsqAt St George's Church, Everton, by the Rev G MONK, Henry S C BOWEN, Esq. of Limerick, to Martha, second daughter of the late James GIBSON, od Vererton Crescent, Liverpool, EsqNickR
WMT J1823327NPMGIBSONJane On the 9th instant, in the city of Londonderry, by the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, of Fahan, the Rev. Alexander Gibson, Presbyterian Minister of the united Congregation of Mullingar and Tyrrellspass, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph Gibson, of Strabane.SdeM
FJ1860626NPMGIBSONJohnEsqLong noticeNickR
WMT J1823327NPMGIBSONJosephMrOn the 9th instant, in the city of Londonderry, by the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, of Fahan, the Rev. Alexander Gibson, Presbyterian Minister of the united Congregation of Mullingar and Tyrrellspass, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph Gibson, of Strabane.SdeM
LGA18121124NPSGIBSONJosephseamanFriday Joseph GIBSON, seaman of his Majesty' s ship la Loire, sentenced to death, for maliciously stabbing Leiut. CROKER, son of the Rev Richard CROKER, of this city, suffered the sentence passed on him, on board that ship at Spithead.NickR
LEP-CS18291120NPMGIBSONMartha At St George's Church, Everton, by the Rev G MONK, Henry S C BOWEN, Esq. of Limerick, to Martha, second daughter of the late James GIBSON, od Vererton Crescent, Liverpool, EsqNickR
LGA18181103NPSGIBSONTerance Imitation Tea — Before the Rt Hon Commissioners of Customs Nov 2, 1818 the Trial of Terance GIBSON ...NickR
WMT J1828403NPMGIBSON Rev MrOn the 25th instant, at Drumcondra Church, by the Reverend Mr. Gibson, Frederick A. Supple, Esq., eldest son of the late Major Supple, 17th Light Dragoons, to Anna Maria, fourth daughter of W. Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1823227NPSGIBSON Rev Mr AMTHE REV. MR. GIBSON, A.M.
The ordination of this Gentleman, the Presbyterian Minister of the united congregations of Mullingar and Tyrrellspass ...
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WMT J1827524NPDGIBTONSarahMrsAt Rathfarnham, Sarah, wife of Mr. William Gibton. SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDGIBTONWilliamMrAt Rathfarnham, Sarah, wife of Mr. William Gibton. SdeM
FJ18441117NPMGIFFARDEdwardEsqOn the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of PortsmouthNickR
LGA1808729NPMGIFFARDHardingEsqHarding GIFFARD Esq to Miss Harriet PENNELL daughter of Lovel PENNELL Esq of Baggot Street DublinNickR
FJ18441117NPMGIFFARDHardingeSir BtOn the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of PortsmouthNickR
WMT J1824205NPDGIFFARDJ. AlexanderSir BartAt Paris, on the 28th ultimo, Sir J. Alexander Giffard, Bart., the last male descendant of a very ancient family in Ireland.SdeM
FJ1846110NPBGIFFORD LordOn the 4th instant, at Richmond Drumcondra, the lady of Waldron KELLY Esq niece of Viscount Samodias, of Oporto, and grand niece of Lord Gifford, of a daughterNickR
FJ1820503NPMGILBERTEdwardEsqOn the same day [Saturday last], in Cork, Edward GILBERT Esq of the 25th Regt, to Eliza daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of Castle Oliver, co LimerickNickR
LGA1820505NPMGILBERTEdwardEsqAt Christ church, Cork, Edward GILBERT, esq. of the 25th regt. to Eliza, daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, of Castle Oliver, esq. in this countyNickR
WMT J18271206NPDGILBERT MissAt Bremore Cottage, near Balbriggan, on the 20th inst., Miss Gilbert. SdeM
LGA1819910NPDGILES[nee GRADY]MrsNear Youghal, very sincerely regretted, Mrs GILES, wife of Walter GILES, Esq. and sister of the late Standish GRADY, Esq of Elton, in this countyNickR
LEP-CS18301005NPDGILESformerly METGEMrsAt Athlumny, Co Meath, Mrs. GILES, relict of the late John METGE, and sister to Mrs. John WIGHT, of LimerickNickR
WMT J1824923NPMGILESFrancisEsqAt Ardfert Cathedral, George Hilliard, Esq., of Tubrid, to Mary, second daughter of the late Francis Giles, Esq., of Tralee.SdeM
WMT J1824923NPMGILESMary At Ardfert Cathedral, George Hilliard, Esq., of Tubrid, to Mary, second daughter of the late Francis Giles, Esq., of Tralee.SdeM
LGA1819910NPDGILESWalterEsqNear Youghal, very sincerely regretted, Mrs GILES, wife of Walter GILES, Esq. and sister of the late Standish GRADY, Esq of Elton, in this countyNickR
LC18251008NPSGILESWalterEsqAt the Autumn Meeting of the Lismore Agricultural Society, on the 22d, in the first class, Stephen MOORE, of Sapperton, Esq was awarded a silver cup for the best bull; Walter GILES, of Colnagow, Esq for the best heiffer, dam and sow; Francis DREW, of Macollop, Esq for the best boar.NickR
CG&GA17941001NPDGILESWalterRevThe 19th inst, at Youghal, the Rev Walter GILESNickR
FJ17941001NPDGILESWalterRevAt the college of Youghal, the Rev Walter GILESNickR
FJ1860414NPMGILLAnnie Mary April 12, at St George's Church, in this city, by the Rev Robert PACKENHAM, rector of Celbridge, Thomas Percival SWAN Esq youngest son of the late William SWAN of North Frederick Street to Annie Mary eldst daughter of the late Thomas GILL of Drogheda EsqNickR
WMT J1828410NPDGILLJohnEsqOn the 25th inst. in Grangegorman-lane, John Gill, Esq., universally beloved and regretted. SdeM
FJ1860414NPMGILLThomasEsqApril 12, at St George's Church, in this city, by the Rev Robert PACKENHAM, rector of Celbridge, Thomas Percival SWAN Esq youngest son of the late William SWAN of North Frederick Street to Annie Mary eldst daughter of the late Thomas GILL of Drogheda EsqNickR
LS18411021NPMGILLWilliamEsqAt Rathekeale, William GILL Esq eldest son of the late Capt GILL of the 24th Regt and formerly barrack master of Rathkeale, to Anne eldest daughter of Mr Thomas BARRETTNickR
LEP-CS18301126NPMGILL CaptIn Rathkeale, Captain GILL, Barrackmaster of that town, to the truly agreeable Miss Bridget DOWNES.NickR
LS18411021NPMGILL CaptAt Rathekeale, William GILL Esq eldest son of the late Capt GILL of the 24th Regt and formerly barrack master of Rathkeale, to Anne eldest daughter of Mr Thomas BARRETTNickR
WMT J1828403NPMGILLESPIEAnna Maria On the 25th instant, at Drumcondra Church, by the Reverend Mr. Gibson, Frederick A. Supple, Esq., eldest son of the late Major Supple, 17th Light Dragoons, to Anna Maria, fourth daughter of W. Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMGILLESPIEEliza Anne On the 5th inst. at Drumcondra Church, by the Rev. John Burnett, the Rev. John Bunburg Isaac, to Eliza Anne, daughter of William Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1828403NPMGILLESPIEWEsqOn the 25th instant, at Drumcondra Church, by the Reverend Mr. Gibson, Frederick A. Supple, Esq., eldest son of the late Major Supple, 17th Light Dragoons, to Anna Maria, fourth daughter of W. Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMGILLESPIEWilliamEsqOn the 5th inst. at Drumcondra Church, by the Rev. John Burnett, the Rev. John Bunburg Isaac, to Eliza Anne, daughter of William Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
CMC1808817NPMGILLMANHerbertEsqAt Kilmeen Church, on Tuesday the 8th inst, by the Rev. E. H. KENNY, Herbert GILLMAN, of Eniskeen, Esq to Miss BENNETT, eldest daughter of Francis BENNETT, of Bennetts Grove, in this county, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830514NPMGILLMANHerbertEsqIn Cork, Herbert GILLMAN, Esq., to Ester the daughter of the late John BENNETT, Esq. of that CityNickR
LC1801117NPMGILMOREJamesMrThursday last, at Broadford Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE linnen-draper, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN daughter of Denis REDDAN Esq of said placeNickR
LC1801117NPMGILMOREJamesMrThursday last, at Broadford, Co. Clare, Mr. James GILMORE, Linen-draper of Broad Street, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN, daughter of Denis REDDAN, Esq; of said placeNickR
LGA1818130NPSGILMORE MasterRobbery of Denis REDDAN's houseNickR
WMT J1827524NPDGIVENSTEsqAt Newforest, near Tipperary, T. Givens, Esq., agent to J.H.M. Dawson, Esq.,M.P. SdeM
FJ1766621-24NPDGLADOWEThomasEsqAt his house in Castle Street, Thomas GLADOWE Esq an eminent bankerNickR
WMT J18261116NPMGLASCOCKEdward BerclayEsqOn the 6th instant, at Marylebone Church, Regent's Park, James Foot, Esq. of Suffolk-street, Pall-mall, to Letitia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward Berclay Glascock, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18261116NPMGLASCOCKLetitia Elizabeth On the 6th instant, at Marylebone Church, Regent's Park, James Foot, Esq. of Suffolk-street, Pall-mall, to Letitia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward Berclay Glascock, Esq. SdeM
Pue'sO1755325NPNGLASCOCKWalterEsqArthur MAGUIRE Esq is appointed a six clerk of the Court of Chancery in room of Walter GLASCOCK Esq deceasedNickR
LC1783718NPSGLASCOTTWilliamBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.NickR
LHMA1789601NPDGLASSERJohnMrLast Friday, very much lamented, Mrs. GLASSER, wife of Mr. John GLASSER.NickR
LHMA1789601NPDGLASSER MrsLast Friday, very much lamented, Mrs. GLASSER, wife of Mr. John GLASSER.NickR
FJ1819216NPDGLEADOWE[?daut of Mary Anne? qv]MissOn the 5th inst, in Sackville Street, Miss GLEADOWENickR
FJ1771406NPMGLEADOWEBelinda At Cork the Rev Mr CLIFFE to Miss GLEADOWENickR
HDM1771409NPMGLEADOWEBelinda At Cork the rev John CLIFFE to Miss Belinda GLEADOWENickR
FJ1807606NPMGLEADOWEEdwardEsqEdward GLEADOWE Esq to Mrs SWEETMAN reclict of the late James SWEETMAN Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
FJ1814725NPDGLEADOWEEdwardEsqOn the 22nd inst, at his house in Mountjoy Square, after a lingering indisposition, Edward GLEADOWE Esq in the 76th year of his ageNickR
CG&GA1796723NPNGLEADOWEEdward Pensioners on Irish establishment ... Edward GLEADOWE £100 ... £550 ...NickR
FJ18091030NPSGLEADOWEEdward Jubilee celebrations — Debetors donations ...Maj SWAN £2-5-6 ... CROKER, Darling and Co £5-13-9 ..— List of nobility and gentry who dined at the Rotunda 25 Oct ... Wm B SWAN ... John SWAN ... Edward GLEADOWE ...NickR
DEP1837131NPDGLEADOWEElizaMrsMrs. Eliza GLEADOWE, relict of the late Edward GLEADOWE, Esq; formerly of Mountjoy SquareNickR
FJ1812928NPDGLEADOWEMary AnneMrsIn Sackville Street, on the 21st inst, Mrs Mary Anne GLEADOWENickR
FJ1770816NPMGLEADOWETeresaMissA few days ago at Bath Patrick CEMERFORD of Cork Esq to Miss Teresa GLEADOW of DublinNickR
FJ17721017-20NPMGLEADOWEWilliamEsqOn Saturday last by the Rev the Lord Bishop of Elphin, William GLEADOWE Esq an eminent banker of this city to Miss NEWCOMMEN daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMMEN of Co Longford EsqNickR
WMT J1825217NPSGLEADOWEWilliamSirWe are given to understand that in consequence of the decease of the late Viscount Newcomen and the closing of the concerns of the Banking House, of which his Lordship was the head, his large and valuable estates in different Counties of Ireland, namely Longford, Meath, Tipperary, and Dublin, will be shortly brought into the market.

The following anecdote of the mother of the late Lord Newcomen appears in a London paper:- The father of Miss Newcomen, afterwards Viscountess Newcomen, died when she was quite a girl, leaving Mr. Webster, an old gentleman, an inhabitant of the town of Longford, her guardian, within three miles of which, one of her family seats, Carrickglass, is situate. It happened that there was an humble rustic party, principally of her own tenantry, which Miss Newcomen condescended to grace, and a dance being the principal amusement of the night, she partook of it, and had for her partner a Mr. Johnstone, a good-looking young man, the son of an opulent farmer. In some short time after this event, in the open day, Mr. Johnstone presented himself on horseback, with a pillion behind him, in the public street, on market day, when filled with people, and as Miss Newcomen was crossing the street from the house of her guardian, a friend of Johnstone, stationed near him, seized her round the waist, and attempted to place her on the pillion behind him. The young lady screamed, and fainted away; the horse was spirited, and became restless, which assisted her against the lawless effort. Mr. Webster, the guardian, who was an eye witness of the scene, ran out to rescue her, and as he approached, Mr. Johnstone's friend, who was armed with a sword, made a thrust at him, and the old gentleman fell to the ground. Mr. Webster, jun. the son, was also on the spot; he seized a blunderbuss, and conceiving that his father was killed, lodged the contents in the body of Mr. Johnstone's friend, who expired on the spot. The old man, however, escaped unhurt. Fortunately he had a coat studded with concave brass buttons, the fashion of the day, each as large as a crown piece, and full as strong, one of which received in its centre the otherwise fatal thrust of the unfortunate friend of Mr. Johnstone. Of the fate of the principal, Mr. Johnstone, we cannot speak with certainty, we believe he suffered death for the offence. The melancholy catastrophe permanently depressed the spirits of the lady. In some time after she married Sir W. Gleadowe, then a banker in Dublin, who, with her estates, assumed her name of Newcomen, since ennobled; but which title and estates by the late disastrous events, the death of her only son, and the failure of his bank, are now no more in the family.

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Pue'sO1754309NPSGLEADOWE  ... bankers of this city [Dublin] ... GLEADOWE & Comp. ...NickR
LC1792825NPMGLEADOWE NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtAt Creeny, co. Longford, the seat of John BELL, Esq; the Rev. John BROOKER, nephew to Sir William GLEADOWE NEWCONMEN, Bart; to Miss SIMS, daughter to Edward SIMS, Esq; of Springfield, co. Westmeath.NickR
LC1785421NPDGLEADOWE NEWCOMENWilliamSir, Bt[Cork] Last Friday, universally lamented after an illness of only a few days, Mrs. COMERFORD, wife of Patrick COMERFORD, Esq; and sister to Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN, of Dublin, Bart.NickR
FJ1807826aNPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENCharlotteBaronessAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ1817527NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENCharlotte (nee NEWCOMEN)Vicountess NewcomenAt Bath on the 16th inst, the Rt Hon Charlotte Viscountess Newcomen. She is succeeded in her title and estates by her Ladyship's only son the Hon Sir Thomas G[LEADOWE] NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ1818317NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENJaneThe HonOn the 9th inst at Bath,Charles Gordon ASHLEY Esq to the Hon Jane NEWCOMEN sister of the Rt Hon Viscount NEWCOMENNickR
FJ1818929NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENKatherineHonOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMENNickR
FJ1818317NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasRt Hon Viscount NewcomenOn the 9th inst at Bath,Charles Gordon ASHLEY Esq to the Hon Jane NEWCOMEN sister of the Rt Hon Viscount NEWCOMENNickR
FJ1807826cNPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasSir BtAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ1817527NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasSir Bt, ViscountAt Bath on the 16th inst, the Rt Hon Charlotte Viscountess Newcomen. She is succeeded in her title and estates by her Ladyship's only son the Hon Sir Thomas G[LEADOWE] NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ1818929NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMENNickR
WMT J1824318NPAGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenLANDS TO BE LET
COUNTY OF LONGFORD.
TO BE LET,
And immediate possession given, either in the whole or in divisions, all, and that part of the LANDS of CLONCOOSE, Late in the possession of Thomas Webster, Esq. containing 129A. 1R. 22P. according to survey, situate within one mile of the Town of LONGFORD.
Proposals will be received by the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Newcomen [Gleadowe-Newcomen], Bank, Castle-st., Dublin; or by John Adamson Moffett, Carrickglass, who can shew the map. Hugh Brackin, who resides on the Farm will shew the premises. March 17, 1824.
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LC1825119NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenAt his seat, Killester, in the neighbourhood of Dublin, after four days illness, Lord Viscount Newcomen, one of the most eminent Bankers in that city and representative of the house of Gleadowe [he comitted suicide on the failure of his bank]NickR
WMT J1825120NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenOn Saturday evening last, at his seat, Killester, in the neighbourhood of Dublin, the Lord Viscount Newcomen, one of our most eminent Bankers, and the representative of the respectable house of Gleadowe. SdeM
WMT J1825127NPSGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenNewcomen, held at the Bank, at Castle-street, on Saturday.
...
It was stated by the Chief Clerk and Cashier, that the House had been in difficulties, perhaps even insolvent, during the last twenty five years.
They had had very heavy losses about that time, and had been great sufferers by the failure of the Canals especially. It appeared satisfactorily, that certain reports which were widely circulated during the week, to the effect that large sums had been drawn out of the Bank by Lord Newcomen or some members of his family, immediately before his Lordships death, were wholly unfounded. The drafts did not exceed the usual average amount. ...
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WMT J1825217NPMGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenWe are given to understand that in consequence of the decease of the late Viscount Newcomen and the closing of the concerns of the Banking House, of which his Lordship was the head, his large and valuable estates in different Counties of Ireland, namely Longford, Meath, Tipperary, and Dublin, will be shortly brought into the market.

The following anecdote of the mother of the late Lord Newcomen appears in a London paper:- The father of Miss Newcomen, afterwards Viscountess Newcomen, died when she was quite a girl, leaving Mr. Webster, an old gentleman, an inhabitant of the town of Longford, her guardian, within three miles of which, one of her family seats, Carrickglass, is situate. It happened that there was an humble rustic party, principally of her own tenantry, which Miss Newcomen condescended to grace, and a dance being the principal amusement of the night, she partook of it, and had for her partner a Mr. Johnstone, a good-looking young man, the son of an opulent farmer. In some short time after this event, in the open day, Mr. Johnstone presented himself on horseback, with a pillion behind him, in the public street, on market day, when filled with people, and as Miss Newcomen was crossing the street from the house of her guardian, a friend of Johnstone, stationed near him, seized her round the waist, and attempted to place her on the pillion behind him. The young lady screamed, and fainted away; the horse was spirited, and became restless, which assisted her against the lawless effort. Mr. Webster, the guardian, who was an eye witness of the scene, ran out to rescue her, and as he approached, Mr. Johnstone's friend, who was armed with a sword, made a thrust at him, and the old gentleman fell to the ground. Mr. Webster, jun. the son, was also on the spot; he seized a blunderbuss, and conceiving that his father was killed, lodged the contents in the body of Mr. Johnstone's friend, who expired on the spot. The old man, however, escaped unhurt. Fortunately he had a coat studded with concave brass buttons, the fashion of the day, each as large as a crown piece, and full as strong, one of which received in its centre the otherwise fatal thrust of the unfortunate friend of Mr. Johnstone. Of the fate of the principal, Mr. Johnstone, we cannot speak with certainty, we believe he suffered death for the offence. The melancholy catastrophe permanently depressed the spirits of the lady. In some time after she married Sir W. Gleadowe, then a banker in Dublin, who, with her estates, assumed her name of Newcomen, since ennobled; but which title and estates by the late disastrous events, the death of her only son, and the failure of his bank, are now no more in the family.

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WMT J1825728NPSGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENThomasViscount NewcomenTHE LATE LORD NEWCOMEN'S BANK. From some proceedings in the Court of Chancery on Friday last, it would appear that the estate of the late Banking house of Lord Newcomen and James Evory, Esq. will be fully adequate to the payment of all demands on the house, and will leave a considerable surplus for the benefit of the illegitimate children of his Lordship. The amount of debts proved against the house was 206.000l., while the value of the estates, &c. is estimated at the lowest, at between 230.000l. and 240.000l. leaving the difference to be applied to form a fund for the children, agreeable to the will of his Lordship ... SdeM
FJ1807826NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ182524NPSGLEADOWE-NEWCOMENWilliamSir BtMortgage & bond debts — In July 1806, a deed of co-partnership was entered in between Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN, the Hon Thomas G NEWCOMEN (late lord Viscount NEWCOMEN), Edward GLEADOWE, the brother of Sir Wm ...NickR
LC1833824NPDGLEADOWE-NEWCOMMEN Vicountess NewcommenAt Cheltenham, the Hon Catherine, youngest daughter of the Vicountess NEWCOMMENNickR
LEP-CS1831628NPSGLEASON MrThe sum of £12 13s. was raised in Bruff, Co. Limerick, on Sunday week, for the relief of the poor in the distressed district, including sums of £1 each from Mr. BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, and Mr. GLEASON, of Green Lawn. The sum was considerable, if the state of the Country, and the local want of employment in this town and vicinity, be taken into account.NickR
LGA1814412NPSGLEESONMichael Edward CROKER, Esq of Ballyneguard, having received information, that John QUAINE, who was charged with the murder of Michael GLEESON, of Ballymaistradeen, on the 13th of February last, was at the hill of Fedamore, this gentleman with his son, the Rev Edward CROKER, and Arthur Gethin CREAGH, Esq went on Friday last, at two o'clock, and detected the offender, notwithstandingh his having arms in his bed, he was seized in the most spirited manner, and but for their promptitude he would have resisted the attack.— He was escorted the same evening by those gentlemen and their servants, into this city, and lodged in the county gaol. These magistrates, for their assiduity and active exertions, in arresting and bringing to justice this man who hitherto eluded the punishment due to his crime, deserve the highest praise, as well for this as various other instances of their vigilance, which we have had occasion to noticeNickR
LEP-CS1829818NPSGLEESONMichael 

County Criminal Court—Friday

After Mr. Justice TORRENS had taken his seat on the Bench, a young boy about 14 years old, named Michael GLEESON, was placed at the bar, and pleaded guilty to a charge of sheep stealing. It was only two days before he was discharged for want of evidence under a similar charge.— He was sentenced to seven years transportation; on hearing the sentence he laconically replied "That's all I want."
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LGA1820602NPSGLEESONPatrick Committals
By R SMITHWICK< Esq. to the County Gaol, Pat. Murphy, charged with administering unlawful oaths and appearing in arms. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Pat GLEESON, charged with felony and robbery.
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FJ1797411NPNGLENDOWEEdward Freeman & FreeholderNickR
FJ1771406-09NPMGLENDOWE MissAt Corke, the Rev Mr CLIFT to Miss GLENDOWENickR
WMT J18251110NPMGLENHOLMEHEsqOn the 24th ult. by the Rev. James Armstrong, Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Strand-street, Mr. Sam. Boyd, merchant of Arran-quay to Miss Margaret Glenholme of Blessington-st., daughter of the late H. Glenholme, Esq. of the County of Londonderry. SdeM
WMT J18251110NPMGLENHOLMEMargaretMissOn the 24th ult. by the Rev. James Armstrong, Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Strand-street, Mr. Sam. Boyd, merchant of Arran-quay to Miss Margaret Glenholme of Blessington-st., daughter of the late H. Glenholme, Esq. of the County of Londonderry. SdeM
WMT J18261130NPDGLENNONDenisMrIn Dublin, in the prime of life, of a few days illness, sincerely and deservedly regretted by his afflicted family and numerous friends, Mr. Patrick Glennon, son of Mr. Denis Glennon, of Brotenstown in this county. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPDGLENNONDenisMrAt his house at Brottenstown, in this County, on the 11th inst. at an advanced age, Mr. Denis Glennon, sincerely and deservedly regretted. SdeM
WMT J1827712NPDGLENNONDennis (jun)MrOn Monday last, at Brottenstown, in this county, in the prime of life, Mr. Dennis Glennon, jun., a young man universally esteemed, and his premature death is most sincerely and deservedly regretted. SdeM
WMT J18261130NPDGLENNONPatrickMrIn Dublin, in the prime of life, of a few days illness, sincerely and deservedly regretted by his afflicted family and numerous friends, Mr. Patrick Glennon, son of Mr. Denis Glennon, of Brotenstown in this county. SdeM
FJ18281017NPMGLENTONMary On the 16th inst, at St Mary's church, by the Rev William PURDON, Richard WILSON jun of Castle Street Esq eldest son of Richard WILSONof Richmond Street Esq to Mary youngest of the late William GLENTON of Mary Street EsqNickR
FJ18281017NPMGLENTONWilliamEsqOn the 16th inst, at St Mary's church, by the Rev William PURDON, Richard WILSON jun of Castle Street Esq eldest son of Richard WILSONof Richmond Street Esq to Mary youngest of the late William GLENTON of Mary Street EsqNickR
FJ18481216NPDGLOSSOPJohn JamesEsqOn the 12th inst, in London, John James GLOSSOP Esq to Harriet Eliza only daughter of Lt-Col Samuel Coote MARTIN, of the Grenadier GuardsNickR
LC1792630NPMGLOSTERGeorgeMrOn the same day [Thursday last], at George's Church, Mr. George GLOSTER, to the agreeable Miss Hariott WILSON, daughter of the late Mr. Richard WILSON, of Ballinacurra.NickR
FJ1792704NPMGLOSTERGeorge At Limerick ,,,, and Mr George GLOSTER to Miss Harriet WILSON daughter of the late Mr Richard WILSON of BallincurraNickR
FJ1842730NPMGLOVERHannah MariaMrsAt Tavistock, Loftus Warren PEACOCKE Esq youngest son of the late Col S PEACOCKE of the scots Fusilier Guards to Hannah Maria widow of William GLOVER Esq of the 55th RegtNickR
FJ1842730NPMGLOVERWilliamEsqAt Tavistock, Loftus Warren PEACOCKE Esq youngest son of the late Col S PEACOCKE of the scots Fusilier Guards to Hannah Maria widow of William GLOVER Esq of the 55th RegtNickR
LC1803209NPMGLOVERWilliamMrSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.NickR
LGA1806103NPAGLOVERWilliam William GLOVER
From Dublin
(Successor and son-in-law of Thomas GOGGIN)
Informs his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced Business in the old established shop N0. &9 Mary-Street, opposite Bridge-Street ... watch and clockmaking line...
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LGA18191102NPSGLOVERWilliam Yesterday, at a meeting of the subscribers to the Limerick Mercantile Society, it was Resolved that Subscriptions to the library, be immediately entered into, and that the following Committee be appopinted for carring the same into effect:—
Samuel FURNELL,
George H. IEVERS
William GLOVER
Captain O'SHAUGHNESSY
Michael LYNCH
J. A. MEADE
Thomas DREW, Secretary.
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LC1827811NPBGLYNNWilliamEsqOn the 27th ult., the wife of William GLYNN, of Clonard, Esq. of two daughters, who, with their mother, are doing well. These, with eleven other fine girls, who are all living, make thirteen in succession.NickR
LC18101006NPDGODFREYAnthonyMrsLast week, at Kilarney, Mrs. GODFREY, wife of Anthony GOFREY, Esq; and daughter of the late John LANGFORD, of Castle-Longford, Co. Kerry, EsqNickR
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYEdwardEsqAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th RegtNickR
WMT J1827719NPMGODFREYHenry AlexanderBartOn the 10th instant, by special license, at Castlegrove, by the Rev. John Magee, Henry Alexander Godfrey, Bart., of Kilcoleman Abbey, County Kerry, to Maria Sasanna [sic], only daughter of the late John Wood, Esq., of the County Sligo, and niece to Thomas Brooke, Esq., of Castlegrove, County of Donegal. SdeM
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYJohnSir BtAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th RegtNickR
WMT J1826928NPMGODFREYLucy Margaret In the Parish Church of Kenmare, John Luke Curry, of Miltown, Esq. to Lucy Margaret, daughter of the Rev. Wm. Godfrey, Rector of Kenmare. SdeM
WMT J1826928NPMGODFREYWilliamRevIn the Parish Church of Kenmare, John Luke Curry, of Miltown, Esq. to Lucy Margaret, daughter of the Rev. Wm. Godfrey, Rector of Kenmare. SdeM
FJ18421006NPMGODFREYWilliamRevAt Kenmare church, co Kerry, Edward GODFREY esq only son of the Rev William GODFREY, rector of Kenmare and nephew of the late Sir John GODFREY Bt, of Kilcoleman Abbey to Lucinda daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of the 15th RegtNickR
FJ1857227NPSGODKIN MrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
WMT J1824219NPMGODLYJohnEsqOn the 12th inst. at Ardagh, County Longford, the seat of Sir George Fetherston, Bart., M.P., by the Rev. Robert Jessop, John Godly, Esq., only son of the late Colonel Godly, to Isabella, daughter of the late Sir Thomas Fetherston, Bart.SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMGODLY ColOn the 12th inst. at Ardagh, County Longford, the seat of Sir George Fetherston, Bart., M.P., by the Rev. Robert Jessop, John Godly, Esq., only son of the late Colonel Godly, to Isabella, daughter of the late Sir Thomas Fetherston, Bart.SdeM
LGA1808902NPDGODSELLEdmondMrLast Sunday, in consequence of a fall from his horse, Mr Edmond GODSELL, of Sunville-mills, in this countyNickR
LC1783220NPAGODSELLJamesEsqThe creditors of the late John VEREKER, of the City of Limerick, Esq; are Requested to send in the Names and Amount of their respective demands, to James GODSELL, of Sunville, James LANGTON, of Brury, or Benjamin FREND, of the City of Limerick Esqrs; Trustees named in his last will, or to Amos VEREKER, of said city, Burgess, for the purpose of discharging the same, in the speediest and most satisfactory manner.
Feb. 3, 1783
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LGA18151006NPDGODSELLJamesEsqOn Friday last, James GODSELL, Esq. of Sunville in this countyNickR
LC1824721NPAGODSELLJamesEsqSunville Mill.
to be let,
from the 29th September next.
For such term as shall be agreed on,
Sunvill Mill,
with the mill lands adjoining,
containing about Three Acres
Heretofore held by Robert MAXWELL, Esq.
situate near Ardpatrick, on the Mail Coach Road to Cork.
  Apply to James GODSELL, Esq. Sunville; and to Thomas IRELAND, Esq. at Swinburn's, during the Assizes; and afterwards, No. 6, Fitzwilliam-square, West, Dublin
July 21, 1824.
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CG HA1794913NPDGODSELLJohnEsqIn Charleville, John GODSELL, EsqNickR
LGA1812904NPSGODSELLSamuelCaptCapt Samuel GODSELL, is appointed Major in the South Cork regiment, vice HILL promoted to Lieut. colonelcyNickR
LGA1820407NPDGODSELLSamuelMajAt Sunville, Major GODSELL.NickR
FJ1842712NPMGOFFAnne Amelia On the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward IrelandNickR
FJ1842712NPMGOFFFEsqOn the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward IrelandNickR
WMT J1823925NPDGOFFMaryMrsIn Rainsford-street, Dublin, on Friday last, in the 76th year of her age, Mrs. Mary Goff. She was born in the room she died in, was married in the same room, and had one and twenty children in the same room. She was interred on Sunday, and had not a single relative living to attend her funeralSdeM
WMT J1828313NPMGOFFThomasRevOn the 5th inst., at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Thomas Goff, Rector of Tallaght, John Hoare Carey, of Upper Mount street, Esq. to Euphemia, daughter of Colonel Caulfield of Benown, and relict of Colonel Vandeleur, late of his Majesty's 16th Regt. SdeM
CG HA1788605NPDGOGGIN(nee PINCHIN)MrsLimerick, May 29. Died on Tuesday last, Mr. John PINCHIN, woolen-draper. — Same night, Mrs GOGGIN, relict of the late Stephen GOGGIN, Attorney, and sister to the above mentioned gentleman. — It is remarkable, that the disorder of which they died, was taken by them both at the same time.NickR
LEP-CS18301224NPDGOGGIN[Eliza nee DREW]MrsIn Georges Street Limerick Mrs GOGGIN relict of the late Stephen B GOGGIN EsqNickR
LGA1815221NPMGOGGINAnneMissOn Sunday morning, Mr John MORRIS, of John Street, to Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr Wiliam GOGGIN of this city [MS RoD Vol 688 P71 Memorial 472803]NickR
LC18231129NPAGOGGINC (nee M'NEMARA)MrsAdvert 23 George's streetNickR
LC1827711NPSGOGGINEdwardMrThe gun taken some time since from the herdsman of Mr. Edward GOGGIN, at Burton-Hall, has been returned through the Rev Mr SHEEHY, P P of MeelickNickR
FJ18601121NPBGOGGINEdward HodgesMrAt Burton Hill, co Clare, the wife of Mr Edward Hodges GOGGIN, of a sonNickR
LC1827602NPSGOGGINFrancis HarrisonMrMr. Francis Harrison GOGGIN, of this City, has been appointed a cadet in the Hon. East India Company's Service, in the Presidency of Bombay.NickR
LEP-CS1828805NPMGOGGINGeorge MorganEsqOn Saturday morning, at the Cathedral, Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, George Morgan GOGGIN, Esq, of Shannonview, North Strand, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Thomas AYLMER, Esq. of Santa Croix, West Indies.NickR
LGA1820307NPSGOGGINHenry H Letter from Santa CruzNickR
LHMA17891019NPMGOGGINJamesMrThis morning, Mr. James GOGGIN, watchmaker, to the amiable and accomplished, Miss. Rebecca PINCHIN, daughter of the late Thomas PINCHIN, clothier, with a fortune of 500l.NickR
LEP-CS1832221NPMGOGGINJamesMrYesterday morning, in St. John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev John JEBB, Mr. Stephen Edward GOGGIN, son of the late Mr. James GOGGIN, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Wm. BUNTON, of Clare-street.NickR
LHMA17891207NPAGOGGINJames James GOGGIN, Repeating, horizontal, stop, and Plain watch-maker, who served his Apprenticeship to Mr. W. BYRAM, of Cork; respectfully acquaintes his Friends and the Public, that he has just commenced Business in the shop lately occupied by Mr. P. PARKER, Watch-Maker, No. 29, Bridge Street; (formerly Quay Lane,) where he intends carrying on said business, in the most extensive manner, as is supplied with a fashionable assortment of Gold, silver, and pinchback watches; chains, seals, trinkets, pocket books, penknives, Patentee Silk Purses &c, &c. Such ladies and gentlemen as are pleased to favour him with their commands shall be carefully attended to.
N. B. He will be always supplied the most fashionable ---- and will attend Clocks in Town and Country, on the usual Terms
December 7, 1789.
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LEP-CS1829403NPSGOGGINJames [Cork] Charles MCCARTHY was charged with the murder of James GOGGIN. It was in a "scuffle," about manure that the deceased was struck.— Guilty; to be imprisoned.NickR
LC18231022NPMGOGGINJohnMrOn Monday morning, at Kilmurry Church, by the Rev. Henry I. INGRAM, Mr. John GOGGIN, to Miss M'NEMARA, of George's Street.NickR
LS1837711NPMGOGGINLambert DrewMrOn Sunday in the temporary church, Bedford Row, by the Rev Dawson MASSY, Mr Lambert Drew GOGGIN to Eliza third daughter of Mr Sidney Ievers RUTLEDGE and granddaughter of William TAYLOR Esq Capt in her Majesty's 28th RegtNickR
LS1841705NPBGOGGINLamberth DrewMrsAt Athhurs Quay, Mrs Lambert Drew GOGGIN of a daughterNickR
LC1785509NPMGOGGINMargretMissLast Saturday, Mr. William GOGGIN, Bookseller, to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr. William GOGGIN, Attorney, with a handsome fortune.NickR
LEP-CS1829303NPMGOGGINMary Williamina Saturday morning, at the Cathedral Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, Henry CROSTHWAITE, Esq. of Carlow, to Mary Williamina, daughter of the late William GOGGIN, Esq. of said cityNickR
LEP-CS1830112NPSGOGGINMichaelEsqWilliam GOGGIN, Esq. son of the late Michael GOGGIN, Esq. of Limerick, has been admitted a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.NickR
LGA1820509NPSGOGGINMichaelMrThe Lord Chief Justice and Justices of the Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, have been pleased to appoint Mr. Michael GOGGIN, Sub-Distributor of Stamps of this city, and a Commissioner for the taking of affidavits in the county and city of Limerick.NickR
LC1825820NPSGOGGINMichaelMrYesterday, after a long and strict examination at teh Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin, Mr. William GOGGIN, son of Mr. Michael GOGGIN, of this city, obtained the necessary certificate to qualify him to commence the profession of Apothecary.NickR
LC18261108NPDGOGGINMichaelMrIn Taylor Street, on Saturday, Mr. Michael GOGGIN, many years Assistant at the Stamp Office in this CityNickR
LC1827124NPDGOGGINMichaelMrAt Clonmel, Mr. William GOGGIN, late of this City.NickR
LC1792602NPAGOGGINMichael Land to let IrishtownNickR
LGA1811222NPAGOGGINMichael To be set,
or the interest sold,
The upper part ofthe house
in Francis Street,
opposite the commercial buildings,
wherein Michael GOGGIN now resides,
Apply at the House.
Limerick, 22d February.
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LGA1820307NPSGOGGINMichael Letter from Santa CruzNickR
LC1827228NPAGOGGINMichael Advertisement for properties in LimerickNickR
LC17991127NPMGOGGINRichardMrThis morning at St. Mary-Church, Mr. Richard GOGGIN, of Nenagh, watchmaker, to the agreeable Mis FENNELL, daughter of John FENNELL, of Donass, EsqNickR
LEP-CS18311122NPMGOGGINRobert YoungMrOn Tuesday last, at Kilmurry church, by the Rev Mr HERBERT, Mr Robert Young GOGGIN of Limerick printer, to Miss Rebecca RYAN daughter of the late Mr Philip RYAN of Anscotty MillsNickR
Pue'sO17531124NPN/SGOGGINStephenMrTuesday last the following gentlemen were sworn attorneys of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, viz ... Mr Stephen GOGGIN ...NickR
LC1797111NPMGOGGINStephenMrSunday last, Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, of Dublin, C. M. T., to the agreeable Miss Jane YOUNG, daughter of Mr, Robery YOUNG, of Newcastle, near this city, with a pleasing fortune.NickR
LC1797506NPMGOGGINStephenMrThis morning, Mr. Joseph WORRELL, of Charlotte-quay, shoe-maker, to the agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, Revenue-Officer.NickR
LEP-CS1831204NPDGOGGINStephenMrIn Clare Street Limerick, much regretted Mr Stephen GOGGIN printerNickR
CG HA1788605NPDGOGGINStephen Limerick, May 29. Died on Tuesday last, Mr. John PINCHIN, woolen-draper. — Same night, Mrs GOGGIN, relict of the late Stephen GOGGIN, Attorney, and sister to the above mentioned gentleman. — It is remarkable, that the disorder of which they died, was taken by them both at the same time.NickR
LGA18071218NPAGOGGINStephen The Church-Wardens of St Michael's Parish give notice to the inhabitants of the parish in the town & country that Stephen GOGGIN has been appointed by the Vestry to Collect the Militia Rent then appli..ttedto the pursant to Act ... file of £300 per man..NickR
LEP-CS1830202NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqThis morning, after a few days illness at his house in George's Street Limerick Stephen B GOGGIN Esq printer — much and deservedly lamented ...NickR
FJ1830204NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqTuesday morning, after a few days illness, at his house in George's street Limerick, Stephen B GOGGIN Esq Printer ...NickR
LEP-CS18301224NPDGOGGINStephen BEsqIn Georges Street Limerick Mrs GOGGIN relict of the late Stephen B GOGGIN EsqNickR
LGA1809404NPMGOGGINStephen ByrumMrYesterday, by the Rev J INGRAM, at Kilmurray Church, Mr Stephen B GOGGIN, of this city printer and bookseller, to Miss Eliza DREW, daughter of the late Lambert DREW of Scariff county Clare EsqNickR
LGA1809124NPAGOGGINStephen Byrum 

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

January 24, 1809.

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LGA18171010NPSGOGGINStephen Byrum Grand Jury
John HARRISON Esq Foreman, Richard WILSON, Thos. TAVERNER, Samuel WILSON, A James WATSON, L J JONES, John MORGAN, Pat O'CALLAGHAN, Stephen B GOGGIN, Michael CLARKE, John JONES, Thomas DEVITT, Thomas SPARROW, T BRUNTON, Henry WHEELER, J CORNEAL, J BROMWELL, J MYLES, B DICKSON, John PEACOCKE and Wm. STEPHENS
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ClonmAdv1832225NPMGOGGINStephen EMrAt Limerick, Mr Stephen E GOGGIN to Mary daughter of Mr William BUNTONNickR
LEP-CS1832221NPMGOGGINStephen EdwardMrYesterday morning, in St. John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev John JEBB, Mr. Stephen Edward GOGGIN, son of the late Mr. James GOGGIN, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Wm. BUNTON, of Clare-street.NickR
LC1797408NPSGOGGINThomasMrYesterday, Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, watch-maker, stopped two Watches, which were offered tohimfor sale; one of which was the preceeding night stolen from an Officer,—the other he has left with Sheriff WATSON, for inspection.NickR
LC1803209NPMGOGGINThomasMrSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.NickR
LC1803212NPSGOGGINThomasMrOn Tuesday evening, Ellen ENRIGHT, an old woman, went to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, Watch maker, nd offered for sale, the half of a large silver Sauce Boat;— Mr. GOGGIN, very properly suspecting her, called on Mr. W. A neighbouring High Constable, who brought her before the Rt. Worshipful Joseph SARGENT, Mayor: on Mr. W. referring to a publication in the Limerick Chronicle of the 13th of March, 1799, it appears that it was part of a parcel of Plate, stolen out of the house of James D'ARCY, Esq; of Knockadreey, in this county. The woman was committed to the City Gaol.NickR
LGA1819402NPDGOGGINThomasMrDied, this day at an advanced age, very sincerely lamented, Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, of this city, watch and clock maker—a very honest manNickR
LGA1806103NPAGOGGINThomas William GLOVER
From Dublin
(Successor and son-in-law of Thomas GOGGIN)
Informs his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced Business in the old established shop N0. &9 Mary-Street, opposite Bridge-Street ... watch and clockmaking line...
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LGA1818327NPSGOGGINThomas Committed
... By Alderman RUSSELL, Thomas GOGGIN, charged with stealing a bridle and saddle.
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LGA1808927NPDGOGGINWilliamEsqLast Sunday morning, in Mary Street, after a lingering illness which he bore with christian patience, Wm. GOGGIN, Esq. printer and bookseller.—He was a good husband, a tender father, and a truly honest man.NickR
LEP-CS1829303NPMGOGGINWilliamEsqSaturday morning, at the Cathedral Limerick, by the Rev Henry GUBBINS, Henry CROSTHWAITE, Esq. of Carlow, to Mary Williamina, daughter of the late William GOGGIN, Esq. of said cityNickR
LEP-CS1830112NPSGOGGINWilliamEsqWilliam GOGGIN, Esq. son of the late Michael GOGGIN, Esq. of Limerick, has been admitted a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.NickR
LC1785509NPMGOGGINWilliamMrLast Saturday, Mr William GOGGIN Bookseller to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN daughter of the late Mr William GOGGIN attorney, with a handsome fortuneNickR
LC1785509NPMGOGGINWilliamMrLast Saturday, Mr. William GOGGIN, Bookseller, to the very agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr. William GOGGIN, Attorney, with a handsome fortune.NickR
LJ17911003NPDGOGGINWilliamMrLast week in Mungret street, Mrs. GOGGIN, relict of Mr. William GOGGIN, grocerNickR
LGA1812407NPMGOGGINWilliamMrthis morning at said church [St munchins] Mr William GOGGIN of Mary Street chandler to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER rector of Six Mile Bridge county ClareNickR
LGA1812407NPMGOGGINWilliamMrThis morning, in said church [St Munchin's] Mr Wm. GOGGIN, chandler, to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER, rector of Six Mile Bridge, co ClareNickR
LGA1815221NPMGOGGINWilliamMrOn Sunday morning, Mr John MORRIS, of John Street, to Miss GOGGIN, daughter of the late Mr Wiliam GOGGIN of this city [MS RoD Vol 688 P71 Memorial 472803]NickR
LC1825820NPSGOGGINWilliamMrYesterday, after a long and strict examination at teh Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin, Mr. William GOGGIN, son of Mr. Michael GOGGIN, of this city, obtained the necessary certificate to qualify him to commence the profession of Apothecary.NickR
LGA1809124NPAGOGGINWilliam 

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

January 24, 1809.

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LC1797506NPMGOGGIN MissThis morning, Mr. Joseph WORRELL, of Charlotte-quay, shoe-maker, to the agreeable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, Revenue-Officer.NickR
LC1803209NPMGOGGIN MissSame day [Sunday], Mr. Wm. GLOVER, Watch-maker, to the very agreable Miss GOGGIN, daughter to Mr. Thomas GOGGIN of M----Street, Watch and Clock Maker.NickR
FJ1857727NPSGOINGJohnEsqResistance to the SheriffNickR
LC1826617NPAGOINGJohnannah Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
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LGA1820523NPSGOINGRichardEsqCommittals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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FJ1764124-28NPMGOINGRobertEsqLast Friday, Robert GOING of Tullamaylan in TIP Esq was married to Miss Margaret MAUNSELL daughter of Thomas MAUNSELL Esq Councellor at law; a very agreeable young ladyNickR
LC1826617NPAGOINGThomas Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
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LC1797520NPMGOINGThomas RichardEsqLast Wednesday, at Kilbray, Co. Cork, Thomas Richard GOING, Esq; of Bird-Hill, Co. Tipperary, to Miss ADAMS, daughter of Wallace ADAMS, Esq; of Kilbray, aforesaidNickR
LHMA17891019NPMGOING MissWilliam QUINN, of Kilmalogue, Esq. to Miss GOING, of Clonmel.NickR
FJ18271128 aNPSGOLDENJohanna Fatal Accident — See John LEENickR
FJ18601101NPMGOLDIEArchibald Watson October 25, at Muff, co Donegal, Archibald Watson GOLDIE, writer to the Signet Edinburgh, to Henrietta Townsend, fourth daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART, of Castlebar, co MayoNickR
WMT J1827201NPDGOLDONThomasRevAt his house, in Spring Garden Parade, on the 23d ult., the Rev. Thos. Goldon [sic]. SdeM
LC1768815NPMGOLDSMITH Rev DeanCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, EsqNickR
WMT J1827315NPDGOMMSophia (nee PENN)MrsIn London, aged 33 years, Sophia, the wife of Lieut. Colonel Sir William Gomm, of the Coldstream Guards, K.C.B. and eldest surviving daughter of Granville Penn, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDGOMMWilliamLt-Col SirIn London, aged 33 years, Sophia, the wife of Lieut. Colonel Sir William Gomm, of the Coldstream Guards, K.C.B. and eldest surviving daughter of Granville Penn, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDGOODALLJamesEsqIn Wexford, James Goodall, of Newfort, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827503NPMGOODMANGeorgeEsqIn Kerry, George Goodman, Esq., son of the Rev. Mr. Goodman, of Dingle, to Mrs. Anne Bullen, of Killarney. SdeM
WMT J1827503NPMGOODMAN Rev MrIn Kerry, George Goodman, Esq., son of the Rev. Mr. Goodman, of Dingle, to Mrs. Anne Bullen, of Killarney. SdeM
CG HA1789423NPMGOODWINElizaMissLimerick, April 20. ... Mr ___ GREATRAKES, to Miss Eliza GOODWIN, of LaheysNickR
LEP-CS1839101NPMGOODWINJohnEsqIn Dublin, John GOODWIN, Esq. to Maria, daughter of John Killaly, EsqNickR
Pue'sO17511221NPNGOODWIN RevThe Revd Coote MITCHELL, chaplain to the Hon City of Dublin, is made Curate of St Anne's in room of the Revd GOODWIN deceasedNickR
WMT J1827201NPMGOOLDCharlotte Alicia At Finnoe House, County Limerick, Robt. Parker, Esq. M.D. to Charlotte Alicia, eldest daughter of the Rev. Pierse Goold, Rector of Finnoe. SdeM
WMT J1827201NPMGOOLDCharlotte Alicia On the 23d inst. at Finnoe Church, County of Tipperary, by the Lord Bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenora, Robert Pack, Esq., M.D. of Carrickmacross, to Charlotte Alicia, eldest daughter of the Rev. Pierce Goold, Rector of Finnoe. SdeM
WMT J1823717NPDGOOLDGeorgeSir BartA few days ago, Miss Goold, daughter of the late Henry Goold, Esq., of Cork, and sister of Sir George Goold, Bart., of Oldcourt.SdeM
WMT J1823717NPDGOOLDHenryEsqA few days ago, Miss Goold, daughter of the late Henry Goold, Esq., of Cork, and sister of Sir George Goold, Bart., of Oldcourt.SdeM

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

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