King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 41

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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Pue'sO17531020NPN/SHUNT MrThursday last, Mr Edward CROKER the younger was elected Master of the Corporation of Apothecaries and Mr Edward HARTIGAN and Mr — HUNT wardens for the year ensuingNickR
LGA1805221NPDHUNT MrsA few days ago at the advanced age of 104 yrs at the Farm near Askeaton Mrs HUNT relict of Robert HUNT formerly of Incherourk Esq and grandmother to Edmund HUNT Esq – This lady lived to see her fifth generation; almost to the last she was in possession .NickR
LGA1813806NPDHUNT MrsOn Monday last, at Jerpoint Co Kilkenny, sincerely lamented Mrs HUNT wife of the Rev Edward HUNT and daughter of Major GREEN of WaterfordNickR
FJ1788903NPBHUNT  The lady of Sir Vere HUNT of a son and heir at the palace of her father the Lord Bishop of LimerickNickR
FJ1805629NPMHUNT  Henry LANGLEY Esq of Lismanrock Co Tipperary to Miss HUNT daughter to John HUNT Esq of Moynard near ThurlesNickR
FJ1854905NPMHUNTERHenrietta Catherine August 31, at Westbourne-terace, Capt F B DREW of the 11th egt, to Henrietta Catherine, eldest daughter the late John A HUNTER Esq of Ormsley Lodge, SurreyNickR
WMT J18271018NPMHUNTERJamesEsqOn the 2d instant, in the Parish Church of Deralossory, county Wicklow, by the Rev. L.W. Hepenstal, James Hunter, of the city of Dublin, Esq., to Susanna, daughter of Thomas Keegan, of Broomfield, in the county of Wicklow, Esq. SdeM
FJ1854905NPMHUNTERJohn AEsqAugust 31, at Westbourne-terace, Capt F B DREW of the 11th egt, to Henrietta Catherine, eldest daughter the late John A HUNTER Esq of Ormsley Lodge, SurreyNickR
WMT J18231211NPMHUNTERMary In Drum Church, Hill Charley, Esq., of Belfast, to Mary, second daughter of William Hunter, Esq. of Dunmurray-house.SdeM
WMT J1824624NPDHUNTERRobertMrIn Limerick, sincerely and deservedly regretted by her friends and acquaintance, Mrs. Hunter, relict of the late Mr. Robert Hunter, Officer of Excise.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPMHUNTERWilliamEsqIn Drum Church, Hill Charley, Esq., of Belfast, to Mary, second daughter of William Hunter, Esq. of Dunmurray-house.SdeM
WMT J1824624NPDHUNTER MrsIn Limerick, sincerely and deservedly regretted by her friends and acquaintance, Mrs. Hunter, relict of the late Mr. Robert Hunter, Officer of Excise.SdeM
WMT J1823515NPDHURDTCapt RNIn London, Captain T. Hurd, R.N.SdeM
LC1793209NPDHURLEYAnne (nee TUCKEY)MrsAt Cork, Mrs. Anne HURLEY, wife of Mr. Jerem. HURLEY, Printer, and daughter of the late Sterne TUCKEY, of that city, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1828613NPSHURLEYJohn Yesterday two men, named Timothy LEDDIN and John HURLEY, were taken into custody, charged with being leaders in the late dreadful fight at Knocklong. They were fully committed to the County Limerick Jail by Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of KilfrushNickR
LEP-CS1828715NPSHURLEYPatrick On Tuesday last, a young man, aged 18, a stone-cutter, while at work on the steeple of Dungarvan Church, fell from an elevation of 80 feet, and was killed on the spot. His name was Patrick HURLEY, from Ballybeige, near TraleeNickR
LEP-CS18281205NPSHURLYJeremiah A melancholy circumstance occurred at Curraghclooney, within a mile of Clonmel.—Catherine MULLINS, a servant, was married on Saturday last, to Jeremiah HURLY; and on Monday, after breakfast, she went out, stripped off her clothes, and threw herself into a pond convenient to the house, where she was shortly after found a lifeless corpse. No reason has yet been assigned for the commission of this horrible act.NickR
FJ1847202NPMHURSTAnne On the 28th ult, at Kilkee Church, John Godfrey DREW Esq son of the late Maj G P DREW of Limerick, to Anne daughter of the late Edward HURST Esq of Ballinacarig, in that coNickR
FJ1847202NPMHURSTEdwardEsqOn the 28th ult, at Kilkee Church, John Godfrey DREW Esq son of the late Maj G P DREW of Limerick, to Anne daughter of the late Edward HURST Esq of Ballinacarig, in that coNickR
WMT J1823522NPMHURSTJamesDrAt Bailieboro', Dr. James Hurst, of Clones, to Margaret, only daughter of Young Kellet, Esq. of Wilton, in the County Cavan.SdeM
LC1797211NPSHUSSEYElizabeth Committed to the County Gaol, by the Rev. John BENNETT, John HUSSY, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the Town of Kilmallock, charged with receiving and feloniously secreting several articles, to a considerable amount, stolen out of the shop of Mr. David CONNELL, of said town. The zeal and activity of the above Magistrate, in bronging delinquents of every description t justice, is truly meritorious.NickR
LC1797211NPSHUSSEYJohn Committed to the County Gaol, by the Rev. John BENNETT, John HUSSY, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the Town of Kilmallock, charged with receiving and feloniously secreting several articles, to a considerable amount, stolen out of the shop of Mr. David CONNELL, of said town. The zeal and activity of the above Magistrate, in bronging delinquents of every description t justice, is truly meritorious.NickR
WMT J18281009NPSHUSSEY Capt R NSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
LC1827214NPSHUSSYRichard Richard HUSSY, son to the Inn-Keeper of Kilmallock was found dead on the night of Tuesday, the 5th instant.NickR
Pue'sO1739313NPAHUTCHESONRobertMrWhereas one, Mr John COOTE, has landed at Newry from Dublin, a large parcell of old Riga Flax seed and with the design to impose them on the country, reports there is no seed to come from the Baltic this year. This is to give notice that Messrs Robert HUTCHESON, and James MCCAMON, dfaily expects a cargo of 9 hundred barrels which they avouch to be good new seed of the same sort they imported in 1735 and will be sold on arrival at reasonable prices for ready money or on time to good customers, Newry...NickR
WMT J1825217NPDHUTCHINSONAbraham A. HelyHonOn the 8th inst. at the house of her brother, the Hon. Abraham A. Hely Hutchinson, Hunter-st., Brunswick-square, London, the Hon. Christiana Hely Hutchinson, sister to the Earl of Donoughmore and Lord Hutchinson. SdeM
WMT J1825217NPDHUTCHINSONChristiana HelyHonOn the 8th inst. at the house of her brother, the Hon. Abraham A. Hely Hutchinson, Hunter-st., Brunswick-square, London, the Hon. Christiana Hely Hutchinson, sister to the Earl of Donoughmore and Lord Hutchinson. SdeM
FJ1825504NPMHUTCHINSONElizaMissOn Saturday last, in Cork, Francis HARRIS MD of Dunmanway, in that co, to Miss Eliza HUTCHINSON of Partick Street, CorkNickR
LGA1815725NPMHUTCHINSONEmanuelEsqIn Cork, Emanuel HUTCHINSON, Esq second son of the late Histig HUNTCHINSON Esq of Cloney, to Miss Mary HOLMES, of Swantonstown, grand daughtert of Wm. SWANTON Esq of said placeNickR
WMT J1825217NPDHUTCHINSONHelyEarl of DonoughmoreOn the 8th inst. at the house of her brother, the Hon. Abraham A. Hely Hutchinson, Hunter-st., Brunswick-square, London, the Hon. Christiana Hely Hutchinson, sister to the Earl of Donoughmore and Lord Hutchinson. SdeM
WMT J1825217NPDHUTCHINSONHelyLord HutchinsonOn the 8th inst. at the house of her brother, the Hon. Abraham A. Hely Hutchinson, Hunter-st., Brunswick-square, London, the Hon. Christiana Hely Hutchinson, sister to the Earl of Donoughmore and Lord Hutchinson. SdeM
LGA1815725NPMHUTCHINSONHistigEsqIn Cork, Emanuel HUTCHINSON, Esq second son of the late Histig HUNTCHINSON Esq of Cloney, to Miss Mary HOLMES, of Swantonstown, grand daughtert of Wm. SWANTON Esq of said placeNickR
FJ18081015NPMHUTCHINSONJohnEsqOn the 10th Inst John HUTCHINSON Esq Surveyor of Excise to Miss Eliza WILSON of RichmondNickR
LGA18081018NPMHUTCHINSONJohnEsqOn the 10th Inst John HUTCHINSON Esq Surveyor of Excise to Miss Eliza WILSON of RichmondNickR
LGA18081025NPMHUTCHINSONJohnEsqJohn HUTCHINSON Esq Surveyor of Excise to Miss WILSON, daughter of Edward WILSON Esq of RichmondNickR
WMT J1824101NPDHUTCHINSONJohnEsqOn Saturday last, in Harcourt street, Georgina, wife of John Hutchinson, Esq., Barrrister at Law.SdeM
FJ1794916NPDHUTCHINSONJohnMrAt Waterford Mr John HUTCHINSON one of the society of QuakersNickR
FJ1860502NPDHUTCHINSONJohn Charles April 23, at Carrick on Shannon, John Charles HUTCHINSON, second son of Dr HUTCHINSON, and grandson of the late Coote MOLLOY Esq DL Hughstown, co RoscommonNickR
LEP-CS18301012NPMHUTCHINSONSophia In St George's church, Dublin, John PIM of Lacka, Queens county, Esq to Sophia daughter of William HUTCHINSON Esq of Timoney Park, county Tipperary and Richmond Place DublinNickR
LEP-CS18301012NPMHUTCHINSONWilliamEsqIn St George's church, Dublin, John PIM of Lacka, Queens county, Esq to Sophia daughter of William HUTCHINSON Esq of Timoney Park, county Tipperary and Richmond Place DublinNickR
FJ1860502NPDHUTCHINSON DrApril 23, at Carrick on Shannon, John Charles HUTCHINSON, second son of Dr HUTCHINSON, and grandson of the late Coote MOLLOY Esq DL Hughstown, co RoscommonNickR
WMT J1828904NPDHUTTONEleanor Ellis (nee BARLOW)MrsAt Moate, on the 5th inst. deeply and deservedly regretted, Eleanor Ellis, widow of the late Lieutenant General Hutton, and daughter of the late John Barlow, of that town. SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMHUTTONHenryEsqOn the 26th ult. Henry Hutton, Esq., merchant, late of Barbadoes, to Letitia, only daughter of John Hutton, Esq. of Kilmore, county Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1827719NPDHUTTONHenryEsq Lt-GenAt Moate, near Athlone, Henry Hutton, Esq., Lieut. General of the Forces, and Colonel in the Royal Regiment of Artillery, after a long illness, which he bore with exemplary fortitude. SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMHUTTONJohnEsqOn the 26th ult. Henry Hutton, Esq., merchant, late of Barbadoes, to Letitia, only daughter of John Hutton, Esq. of Kilmore, county Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMHUTTONLetitia On the 26th ult. Henry Hutton, Esq., merchant, late of Barbadoes, to Letitia, only daughter of John Hutton, Esq. of Kilmore, county Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1828904NPDHUTTON Lt GenAt Moate, on the 5th inst. deeply and deservedly regretted, Eleanor Ellis, widow of the late Lieutenant General Hutton, and daughter of the late John Barlow, of that town. SdeM
HDM17711224-26NPDHYDEArthurColAt Castle HYDE, in his 74th year, Colonel Arthur HYDE ...NickR
FJ1801007NPMHYDEArthurRevIn Cork, the Rev Edward SPREAD to Miss HYDE daut of Rev Arthur HYDENickR
LEP-CS18281007NPMHYDEArthurRevOn Tuesday, in the parish of Killarny by the Rev Arthur HYDE his third son George HYDE Esq Lt RN to Eunice eldest daughter of Capt HOY Royal Marines and niece to Thomas DUMAS Esq of Killarny solicitorNickR
LGA18201013NPDHYDECharlotte On the 1st Oct. 1819, on his passage from Saint Domingo to the Spanish Main, Captain Jas. HYDE, formerly of the Dublin Militia—and on the same day, Margaret his wife, and Charlotte, his only remining child, his son having died some days previous on board the Norwegian vessel Wilhemina and Catherine, off Aux Coyes. The Captain, his wife and daughter fell victims to a malignamt fever, which carried off numbers in a few hours, on board the Lovely Anne, a schooner taken up by Coilonel Eyre, to convey troops to the attack on Rio-de-la Hache.NickR
LC18261122NPSHYDECornelius On Saturday morning, Cornelius HYDE was detected robbing the Botanic gardens in connexion with the Royal Cork Institution, of some valuable plants in the hot-house. The poacher was fired at by Mr. J. DRUMMOND, the guardian of the premises, and unfortunately the shot proved fatal. A verdict was given that the deceased was shot by Mr. DRUMMOND in defence of his property.NickR
LEP-CS18281007NPMHYDEGeorgeEsqOn Tuesday, in the parish of Killarny by the Rev Arthur HYDE his third son George HYDE Esq Lt RN to Eunice eldest daughter of Capt HOY Royal Marines and niece to Thomas DUMAS Esq of Killarny solicitorNickR
WMT J1826413NPDHYDEHenry BoyleRevAt Killarney, aged 26, the Rev. Henry Boyle Hyde, of inflammation in the bowels. SdeM
WMT J1824902NPDHYDEJEsq MPAt Castle Hyde, County Cork, on the 18th inst. immediately after her accouchment, in the 41st year of her age, the Hon. Mrs. Hyde, Lady of J. Hyde, Esq., M.P.SdeM
LGA18201013NPDHYDEJamesCaptOn the 1st Oct. 1819, on his passage from Saint Domingo to the Spanish Main, Captain Jas. HYDE, formerly of the Dublin Militia—and on the same day, Margaret his wife, and Charlotte, his only remining child, his son having died some days previous on board the Norwegian vessel Wilhemina and Catherine, off Aux Coyes. The Captain, his wife and daughter fell victims to a malignamt fever, which carried off numbers in a few hours, on board the Lovely Anne, a schooner taken up by Coilonel Eyre, to convey troops to the attack on Rio-de-la Hache.NickR
LGA18201013NPDHYDEMargaret On the 1st Oct. 1819, on his passage from Saint Domingo to the Spanish Main, Captain Jas. HYDE, formerly of the Dublin Militia—and on the same day, Margaret his wife, and Charlotte, his only remining child, his son having died some days previous on board the Norwegian vessel Wilhemina and Catherine, off Aux Coyes. The Captain, his wife and daughter fell victims to a malignamt fever, which carried off numbers in a few hours, on board the Lovely Anne, a schooner taken up by Coilonel Eyre, to convey troops to the attack on Rio-de-la Hache.NickR
FJ1802107NPDHYDE ColColonel HYDE of Castle Hyde Co CorkNickR
WMT J1824902NPDHYDE Hon MrsAt Castle Hyde, County Cork, on the 18th inst. immediately after her accouchment, in the 41st year of her age, the Hon. Mrs. Hyde, Lady of J. Hyde, Esq., M.P.SdeM
FJ1801007NPMHYDE MissIn Cork, the Rev Edward SPREAD to Miss HYDE daut of Rev Arthur HYDENickR
Pue'sO1740321NPSHYLANDJohn see Joshua STRANGMAN senNickR
Pue'sO1740812NPSHYLANDJohn On Saturday last, the Assizes ended at Maryborough at which time Abraham FRY and John HYLAND were try'd and found guilty, for the conspiracies against Joshua STRANGMAN of Mountmelick, (as formerly incerted in this paper) they were fined £100 each, one year and one day's imprisonment and find surety afterwards for seven years for their good behaviourNickR
WMT J1824415NPDHYLANDWilliam (jun)EsqOn the 9th instant, at Rochestown, of a rapid decay, William Hyland, jun., Esq. He has left an amiable wife and ten infant children to bitterly lament his loss.SdeM
LEP-CS1828715NPMIEVERSEliza On Saturday, the 5th Instant, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. A. M'CULLOGH, James IEVERS, Esq. of Glenfield, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard IEVERS, of Green Park, County Limerick, EsqNickR
LGA18191102NPSIEVERSGeorge H 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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LC1826812NPSIEVERSJEsqThe Rev. J. FURLONG acknowledges the receipt of five Pounds, from Chidley COOTE, Esq. of Mount-Coote; One Guinea from the Rev. J. ELLARD, Fairy-field; Three Pounds from Mr. G. CONNOR, Agent to the Fermoy Company; and Two Pounds from J. IEVERS, Esq. Of Glin-field, in aid of the improvement in the Chapel of Kilmallock.NickR
LEP-CS1828715NPMIEVERSJamesEsqOn Saturday, the 5th Instant, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. A. M'CULLOGH, James IEVERS, Esq. of Glenfield, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard IEVERS, of Green Park, County Limerick, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830720NPSIEVERSJamesMrDonations for famine relief in Kilmallock 1830NickR
FJ18451213NPMIEVERSJane On the 12th inst, at St Peter's church, Richard LEE Esq of Kilkenny to Jane daughter of the late Robert Holmes IEVERS, Esq of Castle Ievers, co LimerickNickR
LEP-CS1828715NPMIEVERSRichardEsqOn Saturday, the 5th Instant, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. A. M'CULLOGH, James IEVERS, Esq. of Glenfield, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard IEVERS, of Green Park, County Limerick, EsqNickR
LC1833223NPDIEVERSRichardEsqIn Cork, Frances wife of Benjamin WILSON Esq and daughter of the late Richard IEVERS of Greenpark EsqNickR
LGA1814624NPAIEVERSRichard junMrSale of` horses owned by late Charles CREED EsqNickR
FJ18451213NPMIEVERSRobert HolmesEsqOn the 12th inst, at St Peter's church, Richard LEE Esq of Kilkenny to Jane daughter of the late Robert Holmes IEVERS, Esq of Castle Ievers, co LimerickNickR
LC18261220NPMIMGRAMHenry IeversRevThis morning, at Kilmurry Church, by her father, John BRADSHAW, of Ballyfreen, in this County, Esq. to Jane Marianne, second daughter of the Rev. H. I. INGRAM.NickR
LC18261220NPMIMGRAMJane Marianne This morning, at Kilmurry Church, by her father, John BRADSHAW, of Ballyfreen, in this County, Esq. to Jane Marianne, second daughter of the Rev. H. I. INGRAM.NickR
WMT J1827517NPMINCONTRIFerdinandoMarquis IncontriAt Florence, the Marquis Ferdinando Incontri, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Gorges D'Arcy Irvine, Esq. of Castle Irvine, Ireland. Among the company present at the ceremony were - Lord and Lady Burghersh, the Marquis and Marquise Incontri, the Marquis Puoli, &c. SdeM
FJ1851925NPMINGALLWilliam Thomas Fitzherbert MackenzieEsqSeptember 17, at Stockwell, Surrey, W T F M INGALL Esq of the stock exchange, London, to Helen only daughter of the late Lt T C DREW of the co WaterfordNickR
LC1835808NPMINGHAMJames TaylorEsqJames Taylor INGHAM Esq of the Inner Temple London, barrister-at-law, to Gertrude daughter of James PENROSE Esq of Woodhill, co CorkNickR
FJ1849906NPMINGLISJamesEsqJune 18, at Ferozepore, East Indies, Capt Edward LEE, Paymaster of Her Maj's 10th regiment, eldest son of the Very Rev the Dean of Waterford, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of James INGLIS Esq of Huntly, AberdeenshireNickR
FJ1849906NPMINGLISMary Anne June 18, at Ferozepore, East Indies, Capt Edward LEE, Paymaster of Her Maj's 10th regiment, eldest son of the Very Rev the Dean of Waterford, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of James INGLIS Esq of Huntly, AberdeenshireNickR
Pue'sO17431126NPSINGOLSBYFrances On Wednesday last a proclamation was issued by the Lord Lieutenant and council Proclaiming a reward for taking and apprehending Hugh Fitz John MASSY of the co of Cork, Gent, John BOUCHER Gent and Michael SCANLAN the younger of Ballykelly in the co of Limerick, James CURRANE, and Timothy CROMEEN, for forcibly carrying away of Frances INGOLSBY spinster, from the house of the Rev Thomas ROYCE of Nantenan in the co of Limerick and likewise feloniously taking several arms from said houseNickR
FJ1812502NPMINGRAMAnne On Monday last, Charles LOPDELL Esq of Castle Lodge co Galway to Anne daughter of the Rev Henry INGRAM of LimerickNickR
LEP-CS1830305NPDINGRAMEEsqWednesday moening in his lodgings in Glentworth street aged 33 years E INGRAM Esq late of the 84th RegtNickR
FJ1783128-30NPMINGRAMHenryRevAt Castle Taylor, the seat of Walter TAYLOR Esq, the Rev Mr Henry INGRAM, son of Rev Jaques INGRAM of Limerick to Miss Mary TYRRELL of GortNickR
FJ1812502NPMINGRAMHenryRevOn Monday last, Charles LOPDELL Esq of Castle Lodge co Galway to Anne daughter of the Rev Henry INGRAM of LimerickNickR
LEP-CS18301005NPMINGRAMHenry I[vers]RevAt St Munchins Church Limerick on Saturday morning, by the Rev John DUDDELL and afterwards by the Very Rev P HOGAN PP James STEPHENS Esq of Galway to Julia daughter of the late Rev Henry I INGRAM rector of Kilmurry and Garison Chaplain of LimerickNickR
LC1783123NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevLast Monday (and not before), at Castle-Taylor, Co. Galway, the seat of Walter TAYLOR Esq, the Rev Mr Henry INGRAM, son of Rev Jaques INGRAM of Limerick to Miss Mary TYRRELL, daughter of the late Major TYRRELL of Gort, a young lady endowered with every qualification necessary to render the Marriage State truly happy.NickR
LGA1812428NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevYesterday, by special licence, at her father's house, in George's street, Charles LOPDELL, of Castle Lodge, county Galway, to Miss INGRAM, daughter of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, Chaplain to this GarrisonNickR
LGA1813216NPBINGRAMHenry IeversRevFriday last, at her father's, (the Rev H I INGRAM,) on Arthur's Quay, the lady of Charles LOPDELL, of Castle Lodge, county Galway, Esq, of a son and heirNickR
LGA1813625NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn Monday last, by the Rev Henry I INGRAM, at Kilmurry church, near this city William Hovenden WALKER Esq Royal Navy to Rebecca, third daughter of the late James IRWIN Esq of the co GalwayNickR
LGA1814111NPDINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn Friday at his father's house in Patrick St the Rev Jaques INGRAM one of the Chaplian of His Majesty's forces eldest son of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM chaplain of this Garrison & rector of Kilmurray. He returned from Sicily about four mths age ...NickR
WMT J1823417NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn the 9th inst. in Limerick, Robert Ingram, Esq., son of the Rev. Henry Ievers Ingram, Rector of Kilmurry, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mathew M'Mahon, Esq. of Limerick, and niece to Sir Mathew John Tierney, Bart.SdeM
LC18231022NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn Monday morning, at Kilmurry Church, by the Rev. Henry I. INGRAM, Mr. John GOGGIN, to Miss M'NEMARA, of George's Street.NickR
LC1827609NPSINGRAMHenry IeversRevThe remains of the Rev. Henry Ievers INGRAM, were interred this morning in the family vault, at Kilmurry Church. The Burial service was read by the Rev. Mr. DUDDELL. The vast concourse of Gentlemen from the City and surrounding Country who followed the hearse, evinced the high respect and esteme in which he was held by all clases.NickR
LC1827616NPSINGRAMHenry IeversRevnbsp;nbsp;The Lord Bishop of Limerick has been pleased to present the Rev. Thomas G WILLIS, D.D. To the Rectory of Derrygalyin, near this City, vice Mr. INGRAM deceased. The living of Kilmurry, also held by Mr. INGRAM, is in the givt of Government
 nbsp;The Rev, William LEWIS, Rector of Meelick, is appointed a Vicar Choral of the Cathedral of Limerick, in the room of the Rev. Henry IGRAM, deceased, on the presemntation of the Dean.
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LC1832825NPDINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn Wednesday, at the residence of her son-in-law James STEPHENS Esq Merchants Road, Galway, Mrs INGRAM widow of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM for many years rector of Kilmurray and Chaplain to the Garison ...visit her daughter ..NickR
FJ1845829NPDINGRAMHenry IeversRevOn the 27th inst, at her house, Upper Mecklenburgh-street, Mrs A C LOPDELL, relict of the late Charles LOPDELL, of Castle Sage, co Galway, and eldest daughter of the late Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, rector of Kilmurry, in the diocese of Limerick. ...NickR
FJ1858825NPMINGRAMHenry IeversRevAugust 24, at the Church of the Imaculate Conception, Malborough St, by the Rev I W DARRAC PP St Michael's Limerick assisted by the Very Rev Canon POPE, Crosbie O'CALLAGHAN Esq Tralee, to Marianne youngest daut of the late Robert INGRAM Esq solicitor, Limerick and granddaughter of the late Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, of KilmurryNickR
FJ18301007NPMINGRAMHenry IveresRevOn Saturday, at St Munchins church Limerick, James STEPHENS Esq of Galway to Julia daughter of the late Rev Henry I INGRAM, rector of Kilmurry and garison chaplain of LimerickNickR
LT1837126NPDINGRAMHenry IveresRevIn Upper Glentworth Street, Richard, son of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM of this cityNickR
FJ1850319NPMINGRAMHenry IversRevMarch 12, in St Mary's church, George ROGERS Esq to Jane Mary relict of John BRADSHAW Esq of Ballyforeen co Limerick and daughter of the late Rev H I INGRAM rector of Kilmurray in the diocese of LimerickNickR
LGA1814111NPDINGRAMJacquesRevOn Friday at his father's house in Patrick St the Rev Jaques INGRAM one of the Chaplian of His Majesty's forces eldest son of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM chaplain of this Garrison & rector of Kilmurray. He returned from Sicily about four mths age ...NickR
LC1783123NPMINGRAMJaquesRevLast Monday (and not before), at Castle-Taylor, Co. Galway, the seat of Walter TAYLOR Esq, the Rev Mr Henry INGRAM, son of Rev Jaques INGRAM of Limerick to Miss Mary TYRRELL, daughter of the late Major TYRRELL of Gort, a young lady endowered with every qualification necessary to render the Marriage State truly happy.NickR
LC1783123NPMINGRAMJaquesRevLast Monday (and not before), at Castle-Taylor, Co. Galway, the seat of Walter TAYLOR Esq, the Rev Mr Henry INGRAM, son of Rev Jaques INGRAM of Limerick to Miss Mary TYRRELL, daughter of the late Major TYRRELL of Gort, a young lady endowered with every qualification necessary to render the Marriage State truly happy.NickR
CG HA1793130NPDINGRAMJaquesRevLimerick, Jan. 26. Last Monday night, in Dominick Street, deservedly lamented by her family and numerous acquaintance, Mrs INGRAM, wofe to the Rev. Jaques INGRAM; — Grand daughter to Dr. Tho. SMYTH, fprmerly Lord Bishop of Limerick, and niece to his Grace Dr. Arthur SMYTH, late Archbishop of Dublin.NickR
LGA18131231NPSINGRAMJohnCaptCapt Thomas G COOTE, of the 24th regt, is appointed permanently on the recruiting service in the Limerick district, and to be stationed in Limerick, vice Capt John INGRAM, of the 24th, ordered to join his regiment in FranceNickR
LC1832829NPDINGRAMJohnEsqsat in Cecil St, of Cholera, John INGRAM Esq formerly Capt 69th Regt, a gent of unblemished honor ... He was at the Post Office the day before at 5 o'clockto get a letter from Galway where his mother died of cholera and about 10 o'clock was suddernly ...NickR
LEP-CS18301005NPMINGRAMJulia At St Munchins Church Limerick on Saturday morning, by the Rev John DUDDELL and afterwards by the Very Rev P HOGAN PP James STEPHENS Esq of Galway to Julia daughter of the late Rev Henry I INGRAM rector of Kilmurry and Garison Chaplain of LimerickNickR
FJ18301007NPMINGRAMJulia On Saturday, at St Munchins church Limerick, James STEPHENS Esq of Galway to Julia daughter of the late Rev Henry I INGRAM, rector of Kilmurry and garison chaplain of LimerickNickR
FJ1858825NPMINGRAMMarianne August 24, at the Church of the Imaculate Conception, Malborough St, by the Rev I W DARRAC PP St Michael's Limerick assisted by the Very Rev Canon POPE, Crosbie O'CALLAGHAN Esq Tralee, to Marianne youngest daut of the late Robert INGRAM Esq solicitor, Limerick and granddaughter of the late Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, of KilmurryNickR
LC1832825NPDINGRAMMary (nee TYRRELL)MrsOn Wednesday, at the residence of her son-in-law James STEPHENS Esq Merchants Road, Galway, Mrs INGRAM widow of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM for many years rector of Kilmurray and Chaplain to the Garison ...visit her daughter ..NickR
LT1837126NPDINGRAMRichard In Upper Glentworth Street, Richard, son of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM of this cityNickR
WMT J1823417NPMINGRAMRobertEsqOn the 9th inst. in Limerick, Robert Ingram, Esq., son of the Rev. Henry Ievers Ingram, Rector of Kilmurry, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mathew M'Mahon, Esq. of Limerick, and niece to Sir Mathew John Tierney, Bart.SdeM
FJ1858825NPMINGRAMRobertEsqAugust 24, at the Church of the Imaculate Conception, Malborough St, by the Rev I W DARRAC PP St Michael's Limerick assisted by the Very Rev Canon POPE, Crosbie O'CALLAGHAN Esq Tralee, to Marianne youngest daut of the late Robert INGRAM Esq solicitor, Limerick and granddaughter of the late Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, of KilmurryNickR
LGA1812428NPMINGRAM MissYesterday, by special licence, at her father's house, in George's street, Charles LOPDELL, of Castle Lodge, county Galway, to Miss INGRAM, daughter of the Rev Henry Ievers INGRAM, Chaplain to this GarrisonNickR
CG HA1793130NPDINGRAM MrsLimerick, Jan. 26. Last Monday night, in Dominick Street, deservedly lamented by her family and numerous acquaintance, Mrs INGRAM, wofe to the Rev. Jaques INGRAM; — Grand daughter to Dr. Tho. SMYTH, fprmerly Lord Bishop of Limerick, and niece to his Grace Dr. Arthur SMYTH, late Archbishop of Dublin.NickR
FJ1796808NPDINGRAM MrsAt Cashel Mrs INGRAM relict of the Rev Jacques INGRAM late of the City LimerickNickR
WMT J1829528NPDINNESArthurEsqMay 23, at Summer-hill, William George Innes, Esq., second son of the late Arthur Innes, Esq. of Dromantine, in the county of Down. SdeM
WMT J1828131NPMINNESDuncanCaptAt Blairerin Cottage, Argyleshire, Captain Duncan Innes, late of the 42nd Royal Highlanders, to Flora, daughter of the late Archibald M'Coll, Minister of Tyree. SdeM
WMT J1828508NPMINNESH BEsqOn Tuesday, the 29th ult., at Inistiogue, by the Rev. Dr. Pack, Standish Hartrick, of New Ross, Esq., to Henrietta Mary, second daughter of the late H.B. Innes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828508NPMINNESHenrietta Mary On Tuesday, the 29th ult., at Inistiogue, by the Rev. Dr. Pack, Standish Hartrick, of New Ross, Esq., to Henrietta Mary, second daughter of the late H.B. Innes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824506NPDINNESPerrattEsqOn the 22d ult. in Londonderry, aged 29 years, Perratt Innes, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1829528NPDINNESWilliam GeorgeEsqMay 23, at Summer-hill, William George Innes, Esq., second son of the late Arthur Innes, Esq. of Dromantine, in the county of Down. SdeM
WMT J18271122NPMINNES-KERHarriet (nee CHARLEWOOD)Duchess of RoxburghOn the 14th inst. by special licence, at Chelsea Church, by the Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man, and according to the Roman Catholic rite by the Right Rev. Dr. Branston, her Grace, Harriet Charlewood, Duchess of Roxburgh, to Walter Frederick O'Reilly, fourth son of the late Matthew O'Reilly, of Thomastown Castle, in the Co. Louth, Esq. and a Major in his Majesty's 41st Regiment of Foot. SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMINNESSArthurEsqIn Donoughmore Church, Charles O'Hara, Esq. of O'Harabrook, in the county of Antrim, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Arthur Inness, of Dromantine, in the county of Down, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMINNESSMargaret In Donoughmore Church, Charles O'Hara, Esq. of O'Harabrook, in the county of Antrim, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Arthur Inness, of Dromantine, in the county of Down, Esq.SdeM
FJ18311122NPDI'ONSCatherine Anne [nee BRISCOE] On the 15th inst, in Waterford, Catherine Anne, wife of J W I'ONS Esq late Veternary Surgeon of the First Dragoon Guards and only daughter of the Late Henry BRISCOE of Gurnarea Esq, this is the third time that Mr I'ons has been left a widowerNickR
FJ1831916NPMI'ONSJohn WilliamEsqOn Wednesday last, in the cathedral of Waterford, John William I'ONS Esq late Vetinary Surgeon in the 1st or Kings Dragoon Guards to the accomplished Catherine Anne only daughter of the late Henry BRISCOE Esq of Garnarca, co KilkennyNickR
FJ18311122NPDI'ONSJohn WilliamEsqOn the 15th inst, in Waterford, Catherine Anne, wife of J W I'ONS Esq late Veternary Surgeon of the First Dragoon Guards and only daughter of the Late Henry BRISCOE of Gurnarea Esq, this is the third time that Mr I'ons has been left a widowerNickR
WMT J1827830NPDIRELANDJamesEsq Lt AdjutantOn the 24th June, at Ridge Barracks, in the island of Antigua, after a long and painful illness, and deservedly regretted by his friends, James Ireland, Esq., Lieut. and Adjutant 93d Sutherland Highlanders. SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDIRELANDMadeline In Gloucester street on Saturday last, of a long and tedious illness, Madeline, second daughter of the late Thomas Ireland, Esq. of Galway, whose death is deservedly regretted by a long and numerous family. SdeM
LC1824721NPAIRELANDThomasEsqSunville 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.
NickR
WMT J18271227NPDIRELANDThomasEsqIn Gloucester street on Saturday last, of a long and tedious illness, Madeline, second daughter of the late Thomas Ireland, Esq. of Galway, whose death is deservedly regretted by a long and numerous family. SdeM
WMT J1827125NPMIRELANDWilliamEsqYesterday morning, at St. Anne's Church by the Rev. Jas. Nevin, Geo. Nelson Wheeler, of Stephen's-green, Esq. to Williamsa Florence, third daughter of Wm. Ireland, of Gloucester-st., Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827125NPMIRELANDWilliamsa Florence Yesterday morning, at St. Anne's Church by the Rev. Jas. Nevin, Geo. Nelson Wheeler, of Stephen's-green, Esq. to Williamsa Florence, third daughter of Wm. Ireland, of Gloucester-st., Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824819NPMIREMONGERGeorgina Henrietta Maria At St. George's Church, London, Sir William Chatterton, of Castle Mahon, in the county of Cork, Bart., to Georgina Henrietta Maria, daughter of the Rev. Lascelles Iremonger, Prebendary of Wincester.SdeM
WMT J1824819NPMIREMONGERLascellesRevAt St. George's Church, London, Sir William Chatterton, of Castle Mahon, in the county of Cork, Bart., to Georgina Henrietta Maria, daughter of the Rev. Lascelles Iremonger, Prebendary of Wincester.SdeM
WMT J1825217NPMIRVINEAchesonEsqIn Fintona Church, on Saturday, the 29th ult. by the Rev. William Tomes, Mr. Charles Ashenhurst, of Enniskillen, to Eleanor, second daughter of the late Acheson Irvine, Esq. of Derrygore. SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMIRVINECaroline On the 16th instant, by the Rev. Wm. Henry Irvine, the Rev. John Low, Vicar of Galtrim, to Caroline, second daughter of the Rev. Wm. Henry Irvine, Rector of Tara, Diocese of Meath, and Prebendary of Yagoe, in St. Patrick's Cathedral.SdeM
WMT J1829414NPMIRVINECatherine Sophia In Cookstown Church, on the 4th inst., Charles Bailey, Esq. of the Royal Engineers, to Catherine Sophia Irvine, of the Royal Tyrone Regiment [sic]. SdeM
WMT J1825217NPMIRVINEEleanor In Fintona Church, on Saturday, the 29th ult. by the Rev. William Tomes, Mr. Charles Ashenhurst, of Enniskillen, to Eleanor, second daughter of the late Acheson Irvine, Esq. of Derrygore. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMIRVINEElizabeth At Florence, the Marquis Ferdinando Incontri, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Gorges D'Arcy Irvine, Esq. of Castle Irvine, Ireland. Among the company present at the ceremony were - Lord and Lady Burghersh, the Marquis and Marquise Incontri, the Marquis Puoli, &c. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPMIRVINEGorges D'ArcyEsqAt Florence, the Marquis Ferdinando Incontri, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Gorges D'Arcy Irvine, Esq. of Castle Irvine, Ireland. Among the company present at the ceremony were - Lord and Lady Burghersh, the Marquis and Marquise Incontri, the Marquis Puoli, &c. SdeM
WMT J1827705NPDIRVINEThomasRevOn Thursday morning last, of decline, in the 38th year of his age, the Rev. Thomas Irvine - one of the Curates of the parish of Ineismacsain, in the county Fermanagh, which station he filled with honour to himself, and benefit to the flock over which he presided. SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMIRVINEWilliam HenryRevOn the 16th instant, by the Rev. Wm. Henry Irvine, the Rev. John Low, Vicar of Galtrim, to Caroline, second daughter of the Rev. Wm. Henry Irvine, Rector of Tara, Diocese of Meath, and Prebendary of Yagoe, in St. Patrick's Cathedral.SdeM
FJ18241014NPMIRWANArthurRevOn Monday last, in St Mary's church. the Rev Arthur IRWAN, to Jemima eldest daughter of the late A RICHARDSON Esq of Richmont, co DublinNickR
FJ1849817NPDIRWINAmy (nee CHAMBERLAIN) August 11, at Tramore, Amy IRWIN, wife of the Archdeacon of Ossory, and daughter of Judge CHAMBERLAINNickR
FJ1852521NPDIRWINCribusRevMay 18, at Kilfane glebe, Amy, wife of Capt CHAMBERLAIN, late 3d Buffs, and youngest daughter of the Archdeacon of OssoryNickR
FJ1841916NPMIRWINCribusRev, Ven Archdeacon of OssoryOn the 13th inst, at Kilfane church, Tankerville W CHAMBERLAIN Esq barrister-at-law to Margaret daughter of the Ven the Archdeacon of OssoryNickR
LS1841916NPMIRWINCribusRev, Ven Archdeacon of OssoryIn Kilfane church, Tankerville W CHAMBERLAIN Esq barrister-at-law to Margaret daughter of the Ven the Archdeacon of OssoryNickR
FJ1849817NPDIRWINCribusV RevAugust 11, at Tramore, Amy IRWIN, wife of the Archdeacon of Ossory, and daughter of Judge CHAMBERLAINNickR
WMT J1825106NPDIRWINEdwardEsqAt his seat at Cumminstown, in this County, on the 31st December, Edward Irwin, Esq. at the advanced age of 82 years. A Gentleman whose unvarying suavity of manner, literary acquirements, and social virtues, conjoined with the most genuine uprightness of heart, endeared him not only to his deeply afflicted family, but also to an extensive circle of admiring friends. SdeM
WMT J18261102NPDIRWINGEsqAt his house, near Leitrim, in the prime of life, after a tedious illness, G. Irwin, Esq. He was many years Sub-Sheriff of the County Leitrim. SdeM
WMT J1824826NPSIRWINGeorgeRevHis Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint the Rev. George Irwin, Master, of the Diocesan School of Ardagh, to be Master of the Diocesan School of Tuam.SdeM
WMT J1825203NPBIRWINGeorgeRevOn the 20th inst. at Longford, the Lady of the Rev. George Irwin, of a son. SdeM
LEP-CS1833118NPDIRWINGraves ChamneyEsqIn the prime of life of cholera at Bombay on the 11th of August, Graves Chamney IRWIN Esq Judge Advocate GeneralNickR
LC1833916NPDIRWINGraves ChamneyEsqIn the prime of life of cholera, at Bombay, on the 11th of august, Graves Chamney IRWIN Esq Judge Advocate General. He was formerly of the North West Bar and brother of the Rev J IRWIN, RaphoeNickR
WMT J18281211NPMIRWINHenryRevOn the 2d inst. at Taney Church, by the Rev. Henry Irwin, David Peter Thompson, eldest son of Peter Thompson, of Tralee, in the County of Kerry, Esq. to Anne Mary, eldest daughter of George Thompson, of Clovekeagh Castle, in the County of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
LC1833916NPDIRWINJRevIn the prime of life of cholera, at Bombay, on the 11th of august, Graves Chamney IRWIN Esq Judge Advocate General. He was formerly of the North West Bar and brother of the Rev J IRWIN, RaphoeNickR
LGA1813625NPMIRWINJamesEsqOn Monday last, by the Rev Henry I INGRAM, at Kilmurry church, near this city William Hovenden WALKER Esq Royal Navy to Rebecca, third daughter of the late James IRWIN Esq of the co GalwayNickR
WMT J1828424NPAIRWINMargaret CHANCERY. COUNTY LONGFORD. Juliana Maria Nash, Plaintiff. Valentine Dillon, Margaret Irwin, & Others, Defendants. Pursuant to the Decree of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing date the 12th day of March, 1828, I will on the 9th day of May next, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers on the Inn's Quay, Dublin, Set Up and Sell by Public Cant to the highest and fairest Bidder, All That and Those the MANSION HOUSE and DEMESNE Lands of TENELICK, containing 194A. 2R. 0P. and also All that and those the Town and Lands of KILNECARRA, containing 83 Acres and 3 Roods, be the same more or less, situate, lying and being in the Barony of Shrule and County of LONGFORD, for the purposes in said Decree mentioned. Dated this 15th day of April, 1828. J.S. TOWNSEND. The above lands are held for Lives renewable for ever at a Pepper corn fine, and now produce a profit rent of 270 or thereabouts. There are large and extensive Plantations of young Timber Trees on these Lands, and the Royal Canal, runs through the centre of them. ... SdeM
FJ1841916NPMIRWINMargaret On the 13th inst, at Kilfane church, Tankerville W CHAMBERLAIN Esq barrister-at-law to Margaret daughter of the Ven the Archdeacon of OssoryNickR
LS1841916NPMIRWINMargaret In Kilfane church, Tankerville W CHAMBERLAIN Esq barrister-at-law to Margaret daughter of the Ven the Archdeacon of OssoryNickR
LGA1813625NPMIRWINRebecca On Monday last, by the Rev Henry I INGRAM, at Kilmurry church, near this city William Hovenden WALKER Esq Royal Navy to Rebecca, third daughter of the late James IRWIN Esq of the co GalwayNickR
WMT J18241230NPMIRWINWilliamMrOn the 29th inst. Mr. William Irwin, of this city, Printer, to Miss Jane Strahan, of Carlow.SdeM
DWJ1749506NPNIRWIN GenChadly DEERING Esq is appointed Captain in IRWIN's Regt of Foot in room of Capt Ralph URWIN who has resignedNickR
WMT J1828424NPMIRWINEWMrOn Friday, 14th ultimo, at Castlecaulfield Church by the Reverend Thomas Carpendale, Mr. W. Irwine, of Mullaghmore, to Miss Margaret M'Minn, of Dungannon. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMISAACJohn BunburgRevOn 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 J1827809NPAISDALLFrancisEsqCOUNTY LONGFORD TO BE LET, From November next, 1827, for such Term as may be agreed on, the undermentioned LANDS, being part of the estate of MATTHEW CARLILE WILDER, ESQ. CASTLEWILDER, House and Domain, containing about 66 Irish Acres, at present in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq. PART OF DO, commonly called the Rabbit Borough, containing 73 Acres, Irish, lately held by the Representatives of the late Francis Isdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1823814NPDISDELLFrancisEsqOn the 16th instant, in the 70th year of her age, Isabella, relict of the late Francis Isdell, Esq. of Rockbrook, in this County. After a life spent in the exercise of every christian virtue, she has sunk to her everlasting rest with the same firm dependance upon her Saviour and her God, which ever gave her courage and constancy through a life of trial.SdeM
WMT J1828529NPDISDELLFrancisEsqOn Wednesday the 21st inst. at Conlanstown, Oliver Isdell, son of Francis Isdell, late of Rockbrook, in this County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823814NPDISDELLIsabella On the 16th instant, in the 70th year of her age, Isabella, relict of the late Francis Isdell, Esq. of Rockbrook, in this County. After a life spent in the exercise of every christian virtue, she has sunk to her everlasting rest with the same firm dependance upon her Saviour and her God, which ever gave her courage and constancy through a life of trial.SdeM
WMT J1828529NPDISDELLOliver On Wednesday the 21st inst. at Conlanstown, Oliver Isdell, son of Francis Isdell, late of Rockbrook, in this County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823320NPAISDELL MrsCO. WESTMEATH
TO BE LET.
From the first of May next, and Immediate possession given, the House and Lands of ROCKBROOK, Containing 60 Acres of prime Land, all under Grass. Rockbrook adjoins the Town of Balnacargy, and within seven miles of Mullingar.
Proposals (post paid) to be addressed to Mrs. Isdell, 10 Mabbott-street, Dublin.
March 20, 1823.
SdeM
WMT J1824401NPAISDELL MrsCOUNTY OF WESTMEATH.
TO BE LET,
AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY.
The House and Offices of Rockbrook, adjoining Ballynacargy, with Sixty-five Acres or thereabouts of Meadow Land, of superior quality, in fine heart. There are two excellent Gardens with an extensive Orchard. ROCKBROOK is desirably situated, and well suited for the convenience of a family. Possession will be given when the value shall be offered by a Solvent Tenant. Apply to Mrs. Isdell, on the Premises, or Mr. Walsh, Bellevue, Mullingar.
SdeM
WMT J1828410NPMISSAC[SIC]Letitia The Rev. Benjamin Wilson Eames, to Letitia, daughter to the late Simon Bunbury Issac[sic], Esq. of Hollywood, County Down. SdeM
WMT J1828410NPMISSAC[SIC]Simon BunburyEsqThe Rev. Benjamin Wilson Eames, to Letitia, daughter to the late Simon Bunbury Issac[sic], Esq. of Hollywood, County Down. SdeM
FJ1827113NPMIVERSDavid WilsonEsq EnsAt Six Mile Bridge church, by the Rev R WELSH, David Wilson IVERS Esq hp ensign 10 Foot, to Eliza daughter of the late Lucius WILSON Esq of Spring FieldNickR
LC1827714NPSJACJSONBenjaminEsqBenjamin JACKSON, Esq. Chief Constable of Police, having been appraised of a wanton attempt at abduction and rape, on a female returning from the fair of Hospital, with her mother, on last Monday night, about 12 o'clock, within one half mile of Kilmallock, dispatched Constable G. LATCHFORD, and a party of the police, when after a fatiguing search they succeeded in apprehending the principal, named FINUCANE, in Charleville, who is a noted offender; the recovered the female, who fully identified the prisoner. He was committed to the County Jail by Major MAXWELL, to abide his trial at the next Assizes.NickR
WMT J1827621NPMJACKSONAndrewRevAt Crossmolina, in the County of Mayo, the Reverend Andrew Jackson, of Enniscoe, to Mary Louisa, only daughter of the Rev. Edwin Stock, of Crossmolina Vicarage. SdeM
LC1826225NPSJACKSONBenjaminEsqOn Wednesday last, a party of the Kilmallock Police, under the Command of Benjamin JACKSON, Esq. proceeded to the lands of Balas___, where, after a faiguing search, they succeeded in apprehending a noted offender, John M'CARTHY, commonly known by the name of Shaun BAUN; he evaded justice ince June last, and escaped the vigilence of the Police several times.NickR
LC1826304NPSJACKSONBenjaminEsqThrough the exertions of Benjamin JACKSON, Esq. and the Police under his command at Kilmallock, Patrick HEALY and Thomas M'AULIFF have been apprehended and fully identified as the persons who robbed James LEAHY, of Ballingaddy, on the 7th ult. of two guns, the property of Chidley COOTE, Esq and have been fully commmitted to stand trial at the approaching Assizes.NickR
LC1825525NPAJACKSONBenjamin Notice
Stopped, by the police, on Friday, the 10th Inst. a Stolen Cow.— Any one proving property, and paying the becessary expenses, will get her.
  Application to be made to Benjamin JACKSON, Esq. Police Office, Kilmallock.
Kilmallock, May 24, 1825.
NickR
LGA1817527NPSJACKSONClifford To the county gaol, by Thomas Alexander ODELL, Esq. John SULLIVAN, chargerd by information of Clifford JACKSON, with having with others, unlawfully assembled on horseback, and with white badges and other emblems of insurrection, on the lands of KilnihillNickR
FJ1853914NPDJACKSONGeorgeMajSeptember 10, at Kilruane, Toler K WOLFE Esq eldest son of John WOLFE Esq of Rockford, co Tipperary, to Letitia daughter of Major George JACKSON, of Rapla in said coNickR
LEP-CS1830223NPSJACKSONGeorge HerculesEsqLast week, the tenantry in the neighbourhood of Kilmallock, under the Trustees of the late Sir L. W. HOLMES, Bart., received and abatement of 20l. per cent. in their rents, through the Agent, George Hercules JACKSON, Esq., to whom the people express their gratitude for an act of such general advantage at this period, when agricultural distress is so very prevalent.NickR
LEP-CS1828222NPMJACKSONHelena On Thursday last, by the Rev Mr CAMPBELL, at Tancy Church, near Dublin, Lieutenant BEVERHOUDT, 58th Regiment, to Helena, only daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Fanningstown, in this County.NickR
WMT J18241230NPDJACKSONJ DEsqOn the night of the 26th inst. at the house of her son, J.D. Jackson, Esq., in Leeson-street, Mrs. Strettel Jackson, Esq. of Peterborough, near Cork.SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMJACKSONJohnEsqOn the 18th of November instant, in the Parish Church of St. Anne's, by the Honourable and Rev. John Pomeroy, John Jackson, Esq., of Armagh to Louisa, third daughter of Sir William Stamer, Bart. of Dawson-street.SdeM
FJ1853914NPDJACKSONLetitia September 10, at Kilruane, Toler K WOLFE Esq eldest son of John WOLFE Esq of Rockford, co Tipperary, to Letitia daughter of Major George JACKSON, of Rapla in said coNickR
WMT J18261102NPMJACKSONMathey [sic] HEsqBy Special License, at Lucan, on the 17th instant, Charlotte, only daughter of William Troy, Esq., of Viewmont, Co. Dublin, to Mathey [sic] H. Jackson, Esq. of Edenderry, King's County. SdeM
WMT J1827322NPMJACKSONNathanielEsqAt Mountmellick, Queen's Co., Capt. W.W. Warburton, of the 67th Regiment, to Miss Jackson, daughter of the late Nathaniel Jackson, Esq. of said town. SdeM
LC1783106NPMJACKSONSarahMissLast Wednesday, Mr. John WOODS, Clothier, to Miss Sarah JACKSON, with a handsome fortune.NickR
WMT J18241230NPDJACKSONStrettelMrsOn the night of the 26th inst. at the house of her son, J.D. Jackson, Esq., in Leeson-street, Mrs. Strettel Jackson, Esq. of Peterborough, near Cork.SdeM
WMT J1827823NPDJACKSONThomasEsqIn London, Barbara, wife of Nathaniel Simpson, Esq. and relict of Thomas Jackson, Esq. of Fanningstown, county Limerick. SdeM
LEP-CS1828222NPMJACKSONThomasEsqOn Thursday last, by the Rev Mr CAMPBELL, at Tancy Church, near Dublin, Lieutenant BEVERHOUDT, 58th Regiment, to Helena, only daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Fanningstown, in this County.NickR
LS1837929NPMJACKSONWilliamRevAt Hendford, by the Rev William JACKSON, Gilbert Carter BARRETT of Curramore, co Galway, Esq to Jane youngest daughter of the late Martin BROWN of Cloran, in the same co, EsqNickR
WMT J1828320NPMJACKSONWilliam NelsonRevOn the 6th inst. at Wells, Somerset, by the Rev. Wm. Stamer, the Rev. Wm. Nelson Jackson, of Youghall, Co. Cork, to Isabella, eldest Daughter of Colonel James Smith, of Cheltenham. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMJACKSON CaptAt Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey. SdeM
WMT J1827322NPMJACKSON MissAt Mountmellick, Queen's Co., Capt. W.W. Warburton, of the 67th Regiment, to Miss Jackson, daughter of the late Nathaniel Jackson, Esq. of said town. SdeM
LS1841816NPSJACKSON Mr SeargentReport of court case — Maryanne Agnes CAMPION v Barry DREWNickR
LGA1819810NPSJACKSON SheriffExecutionNickR
LC1779308NPSJACOBMathewEsqClonmell March 4, Last Monday was committed to jail by the worshipful John LUTHER Esq; James COX, charged with the murder of James AHERN, in the county of Limerick. He was taken by the activity of Mathew JACOB, jun EsqNickR
LHMA17891019NPMJACOBMatthewEsqMatt. JACOB, of St. Johnstown, co. Tipperary, Esq. to Miss. MILLETT, daughter of Surgeon MILLETT, of Fethard.NickR
LC1792421NPSJACOBMichaelDrOn Friday last, Captain BOYLIE, and his second Doctor Michael JACOB, were tried at the Assizes of Wexford, for the Deayth of Joseph POUNDEN, Es; in a duel, on the 4th December last; when, after a trial of three hours, the Jury brought in a verdict, Not Guilty.NickR
WMT J1828612NPDJACOBThomas StrangmanEsqAt New Ross, Thomas Strangman Jacob, late of Waterford, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMJACOBWEsqOn Wednesday, at the Cathedral of St. Canice, Kilkenny, the Rev. J. M'Creery, of Knotsford, Cheshire, to Miss Jacob, only daughter of the late W. Jacob, Esq., of Kilkenny.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPDJACOBWilliamEsqOn Monday night last, in Kilkenny, William Jacob, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMJACOB MissOn Wednesday, at the Cathedral of St. Canice, Kilkenny, the Rev. J. M'Creery, of Knotsford, Cheshire, to Miss Jacob, only daughter of the late W. Jacob, Esq., of Kilkenny.SdeM
WMT J1825811NPMJAGOEHenry HayesEsqJames Sealy, Esq. of Kinneagh Glebe, to Phebe, daughter of the late Henry Hayes Jagoe, of Dunmanway, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825811NPMJAGOEPhebe James Sealy, Esq. of Kinneagh Glebe, to Phebe, daughter of the late Henry Hayes Jagoe, of Dunmanway, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829101NPMJAMESCharlotte On the 16th inst. at Marylebone Church, by the Rev. A.R. Chauvel, Esq., John Bensley Thornhill, eldest son of John Thornhill, Esq. of Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, to Charlotte, fourth daughter of Thomas James, Esq. of Ballycrystal, County of Waterford. SdeM
LGA1816213NPMJAMESEdwardEsqAt Springfield Church, in this county, Captain H. HOLMES, of the 36th regt. to Martha, eldest daughter of Edward JAMES, Esq. of Tullagh, in this countyNickR
EnnisChron1816214NPMJAMESEdwardEsqCaptain H HOLMES of the 36th Regt to Martha, eldests daughter of Edward JAMES Esq of Tullaha, Co LimerickNickR
LC18231025NPMJAMESEdwardEsqOn Tuesday morning, at Springfield church, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary daughter of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
FJ18231028NPMJAMESEdwardEsqAt Springfield church, co Clare, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary d of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
LEP-CS1828711NPMJAMESHenry GodfreyEsqAt KIlmurry Church, by the Rev. H. GUBBINS, Henry Godfrey JAMES, Esq. h. p. 35th Regiment, to Alicia Emma, daughter of the late Henry BEVAN, of Camass, County Limerick, Esq.NickR
WMT J1825120NPMJAMESJohnRevAt Rathaspeck Church, Rev. John James, eldest son to Thomas James, Esq., Ballyerystall, county of Wexford, to Annette, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Hatton. SdeM
FJ1855222NPMJAMESJohn REsqFebrary 5, in Limerick, John R JAMES Esq to Rose third daughter of the late Wwilliam JOYNT EsqNickR
LGA1816213NPMJAMESMartha At Springfield Church, in this county, Captain H. HOLMES, of the 36th regt. to Martha, eldest daughter of Edward JAMES, Esq. of Tullagh, in this countyNickR
EnnisChron1816214NPMJAMESMartha Captain H HOLMES of the 36th Regt to Martha, eldests daughter of Edward JAMES Esq of Tullaha, Co LimerickNickR
LC18231025NPMJAMESMary On Tuesday morning, at Springfield church, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary daughter of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
FJ18231028NPMJAMESMary At Springfield church, co Clare, Francis R DREW Esq of Drews court, to Mary d of Edward JAMES Esq of Tulliltagh houseNickR
WMT J18261130NPDJAMESSamuel BennettEsqOn Thursday, at Ballinvena [?Ballinvana], Samuel Bennett James, Esq., one of the oldest Magistrates in the county Limerick. SdeM
FJ17901218-21NPDJAMESThomasEsqAt Carnew, in the county Wicklow, in his hundredth year, Thomas James, Esq; a term he would have fully completed, had he lived till February next. He retained all his faculties to the last, and that endearing flow of spirits and good humour - seldom enjNickR
WMT J1829101NPMJAMESThomasEsqOn the 16th inst. at Marylebone Church, by the Rev. A.R. Chauvel, Esq., John Bensley Thornhill, eldest son of John Thornhill, Esq. of Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, to Charlotte, fourth daughter of Thomas James, Esq. of Ballycrystal, County of Waterford. SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMJAMESONJRevIn Carlow, on Monday morning, by the Rev. J. Jameson, the Rev. Mr. Dawson, to Ellen, fourth daughter to Dudley Hill, Esq.SdeM
LC1827314NPDJAMESONJohnEsqIn Dublin, Margaret, youngest daughter of John JAMESON, of Prussia-street, Esq.NickR
WMT J1823703NPDJAMESONJosephEsqOn the 26th inst., in York-street, Joseph Jameson, Esq., Accountant- General to the Court of Chancery.SdeM
LC1827314NPDJAMESONMargaret In Dublin, Margaret, youngest daughter of John JAMESON, of Prussia-street, Esq.NickR
FJ1853212NPDJAMESONWilliamMrDeath of a MiserNickR
WMT J1827712NPDJAMYBenjaminCaptAt Black Rock, Cork, in the 74th year of his age, Benjamin Jamy, Captain in the 5th Royal Veteran Battalion. SdeM
LGA18151107NPSJAQUESJohn Trial report — Highway robbery near Castle OliverNickR
LGA18151110NPSJAQUESJohn Wednesday morning, James O'BRIEN, Philip TOUHY, William O'BRIEN, Edward FITZGERALD, and John JAQUES were taken from the Co. Jail to Kilfinnan, where they were executed, pursuant to sentance at the late CommissionNickR
FJ18551123NPMJARVISElizabeth Verecker November 21, in Limerick, Richard ROSE Esq of Ahabeg, in that co, to Elizabeth Verecker, eldest daughter of Thomas JARVIS Esq and niece to the Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, EnglandNickR
LH1831721NPMJARVISJohnSir BtAt St George's Hanover Square, London, John Jarvis WHITE of the city of Dublin, Esq to Mary widow of the late Sir John JARVIS BtNickR
LH1831721NPMJARVISMaryMrsAt St George's Hanover Square, London, John Jarvis WHITE of the city of Dublin, Esq to Mary widow of the late Sir John JARVIS BtNickR
FJ18551123NPMJARVISThomasEsqNovember 21, in Limerick, Richard ROSE Esq of Ahabeg, in that co, to Elizabeth Verecker, eldest daughter of Thomas JARVIS Esq and niece to the Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, EnglandNickR
WMT J1826209NPMJEANNERETCharlotte Warren On the 32d [sic] ult. at Greenwich Church, by the Rev. T. Foskett, Lieutenant William Reynolds Foskett, of the Hon. East India Company's Service, to Charlotte Warren Jeanneret, eldest daughter of Mr. J.F.L. Jeanneret, of Maize hill, Greenwich Park. SdeM
WMT J1826209NPMJEANNERETJ F LMrOn the 32d [sic] ult. at Greenwich Church, by the Rev. T. Foskett, Lieutenant William Reynolds Foskett, of the Hon. East India Company's Service, to Charlotte Warren Jeanneret, eldest daughter of Mr. J.F.L. Jeanneret, of Maize hill, Greenwich Park. SdeM
WMT J18231113NPDJEBBJane Louisa (nee FINLAY)MrsOn Saturday last, in Rutland-square, Jane Louisa, wife of the Honourable Mr. Justice Jebb, and daughter of the late John Finlay, Esq. of Corkage, in the County of Dublin.SdeM
FJ18311006NPMJEBBJohnRevAt St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South WalesNickR
LEP-CS1832221NPMJEBBJohnRevYesterday 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
WMT J18231113NPDJEBB JusticeOn Saturday last, in Rutland-square, Jane Louisa, wife of the Honourable Mr. Justice Jebb, and daughter of the late John Finlay, Esq. of Corkage, in the County of Dublin.SdeM
FJ18311006NPMJEBB Mr JusticeAt St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South WalesNickR
WMT J1828424NPDJEFFCOTJohnMrIn Tralee, Mr. John Jeffcot. SdeM
LEP-CS1830316NPSJEFFCOTTJohn WilliamMrMr. JEFFCOTT, of Tralee, the new Chief Justice of Sierra Leone, is at Plymouth, to take his passage from thence to Ariadne. [later Sir John and the first Justice of South Australia]NickR
WMT J18261102NPMJEFFERIESEllen Frances In Cork, Charles William Blakeney, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Blakeney, of Holywell, County Roscommon, to Ellen Frances, only daughter of the late John Jefferies, of Coolcannon, County Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18261102NPMJEFFERIESJohnEsqIn Cork, Charles William Blakeney, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Blakeney, of Holywell, County Roscommon, to Ellen Frances, only daughter of the late John Jefferies, of Coolcannon, County Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829108NPMJEFFREYSCaroline At Barnes, Captain J. Burnet Dundas, R.N., youngest son of the late Sir David Dundas, Bart. to Caroline, third daughter of the Rev. John Jeffreys, rector of Barnes in the county of Surrey. SdeM

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