King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 41

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

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

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


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

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


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


PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleENTRY
LGA1808607NPMNAISH MissOn Thursday last, at Ballyroe, Patrick M'Mahon HIFFERENAN of Liskennet, in this co to the most agreeable Miss NAISH, sister of the late Carroll P NAISH, of Ballycullen Esq
FJ1847409NPMNAPIERLewis PEsqOn the 5th inst, at Carnalway, co Kildare, by the Rev Mr MERCIER, Lewis P NAPIER? Esq MD to Mary Anne daughter of William WALDRON? Esq architect and builder, of Mountain View Cottage, Carnalway [note ? means first letters of family names missing]
Pue'sO1734831NPMNAPPERJames LenoxEsqSame day (Thursday last), Dillon Pollard HAMPSON Esq was married to Miss NAPPER, sister to James Lenox NAPPER Esq a young lady of great merit, beaty and £10,000 Fortune: The bells of Christ Church rang almost two days successively, in honour of the nuptuals; and the ringers were generously rewarded
Pue'sO1734831NPMNAPPER MissSame day (Thursday last), Dillon Pollard HAMPSON Esq was married to Miss NAPPER, sister to James Lenox NAPPER Esq a young lady of great merit, beaty and £10,000 Fortune: The bells of Christ Church rang almost two days successively, in honour of the nuptuals; and the ringers were generously rewarded
FJ17671117-21NPDNASHAndrewMrIn Whitefryer Street Mr Andrew NASH an eminent attorney
FJ1769726-29NPMNASHJamesEsqAt the seat of James NASH Esq near Mallow, Hugh Ingoldby MASSY Esq to Miss BASH
LC1825323NPSNASHJohn On Sunday last, two factions met in the neighbourhood of Fedamore, at a hurling match; a dispute arose, and a fight commenced, the result of which is as follows:-- John NASH, sice dead; John HEHIR, concussion of the brain; Patrick HEHIR, skull most desparately fractured, and which was trepanned yesterday by Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun.; Michael MURPHY, concussion of the brain--besided many others severely injured. An inquest was on Monday held by James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, on the body of John NASH, when the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.
FJ1786807NPMNASHLewellin Lewellin NASH Esq of Conva Co Tipperary to miss Priscilla Deane SPREAD, third daughter of the late William SPREAD of Ballycannon Esq
Pue'sO1746419NPDNASHNicholasEsqLast week died at Clonmell Nicholas NASH, Esq counsellor at law ...
FJ1769726-29NPMNASH MissAt the seat of James NASH Esq near Mallow, Hugh Ingoldby MASSY Esq to Miss BASH
LGA1818317NPMNEALJob In the Cathedral of Armagh, Job NEAL, to Mary SMITH, daughter to P. and Mary SMITH, both blind beggars. The father gave away the bride, and the mother gave Job NEAL £50 and said she would have doubled it, did she not fear the regulations lately made in that city would spoil her trade.
LC1824410NPSNEALTim That notorious offender, Tim NEAL, was on Wednesday night apprehended by Captain DUMAS's Police, fter evading justice for many years, during which time the most indefatigable exertions were used to apprehend him, but without success—he was on Thursday carried before Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of Kenmare Castle, who commited him to the Bridewell at Bruff.
LGA1810928NPSNEASONGeorgeEsqThe Rt Rev the Lord Bishop of Limerick, will hold an ordination at the Cathedral church, on tomorrow being St Michael's day, when the Rev Mr BRADEN of Kilrush, will receive the order of the preisthood, and Edw CROKER, jun, Esq, of Ballyneguard, and Geo NEASON, Esq, the order of deacon.
LGA1811830NPSNEEDHAMRichardEsqThe late Mr. FRANSHAM, of Norwich, who was some time tutor of Mr. WHINDHAM, was so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he repeated and earnestly before his dicease he requested that his body should be laid before a fire, that wine should be offered to his lips, and the arms of a young woman clasped round his neck, before he was given up as unrecoverable.
An occurrence in some degree parallel to the above, happened some years ago,--Richard NEEDHAM, Esq, well known in this city, as commander of the Tarbert Revenue Yacht, who lived to upwards of 90 years of age, was notwithstanding so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he made it a dying request that his head might be cut off before he should be consigned to the tomb, which was complied with by his executors.
FJ18201109NPDNEEDHAMThomasEsqAt Richmond lodge Rathgar, Sarah, wife of John RICHMOND Esq only nephew of the late Thomas NEEDHAM Esq, one of the principal bankers of this city, and for many years of the house of Messrs STEWARD and SWAN of Leinster Street
CMC1808822NPMNEEDHAMWRevSaturday morning, at St. Finn Barry's Church, by the Rev. W. NEEDHAM, Abraham TRAHER, Esquire, Master of His Majesty's ship Brisk, to Miss Lucinda SYMMS, third daughter of Theophalus Morris SYMMS, of Waterfall, Berehaven, Esq.
LC1825928NPSNEEHAN  The houses of two farmers, named NEEHAN and SHEEDY, near Charleville, were attacked on Saturday night, by a party of armed men, who fired several shots through the doors and windows.
LEP-CS18291020NPSNEILTimothy Committed to the County Gaol, since our last, by Thomas P. VOKES, Esq. John DUNWORTH and Lawrence LYNCH, charged with the murder of Timothy NEIL and Walter BOURKE at Ballynahinch on the 12th of April last.
LEP-CS1831128NPSNEILLPatrick Tuesday Mr. THOMPSON held an inquest at Carrick_on_Suir on the body of Patrick NEILL, a publican, who, it appeared, had retired to rest on Sunday evening, at ten o'clock, apparently n good health. In a few minutes afterwards, his son, who was to have slept with him, found his father a corpse at eleven o'clock. The verdict of the Coronor's jury was — that the deceased died from the visitation of God. His habits of living had been extremely irregular.
FJ184382?NPDNELIGANJohnEsqOn the 19th inst, in Tralee, aged 79, John NELIGAN Esq
LC1825824NPSNELIGAN  A wanton and barbarous outrage was committed on Sunday last, on the person of an elderly man of the name NELIGAN, in the neighbourhoos of Listowel, at one of those goal matches which usually disgrace the Sabbath and frequently terminate so fatally. He was a spectator on this occasion from a short distance, when four or five of the contending party approached and struck him with hurlies on the head—he fell and was trampled on, while blows were repeated with pitchforks, until death put an end to his sufferings. The only possible pretence that can be assigned for this murder is, that he was unfortunately connected with a party against whom his assailants cherished a hostile feeling or grudge from some old encounter.
Pue'sO17361228NPSNELSHAMArthur junEsqKilkenny Dec 24; This day Arthur NELSHAM junr Esq council at law, was by a majority of voices, choses recorder of this city and upon the same day Francis LODGE and George FOSTER Esqrs were by like majority chosed of the council of said city ...
FJ1836106NPMNELSONJosephEsqOn the 31st ultimo, Joseph NELSON Esq Barrister-at-Law, to Ann daughter of Hugh SWAN, of Clady Cottage, Antrim, Esq
LT1836107NPMNELSONJosephEsqIn Dublin, Joseph NELSON Esq barrister at law to Anne youngest daughter of Hugh SWAN Esq of Clady Cottage, Antrim
LC1833511NPMNELSONThomasEsqIn Newtownbutler church, Thomas NELSON of Belturbett, Esq to Eliza only daughter of William SOMERVILLE of farm, co Fermanagh and granddaughter of the late Col BELLINGHAM of Castle Bellingham, co Louth
FJ1822821NPMNESBITTFrancisEsqAt St Peter's church, on the 13th inst, Francis NESBITT Esq late 18th Hussars, to Mary daughter of the late Nicholas Forde ROYCE Esq of Nantenant, co Limerick
LC1785314NPDNETHERCOATIsaacMr[Clonmel] Last Tuesday, Mr. Isaac NETHERCOAT, many years corporal in the 4th regt. Horse.
FJ1843311NPMNETTERVILLE Lord Viscount NettlervilleSee Francis Ffrench RUSH Esq
LC1826315NPSNEVILLEDaniel County Record Court ... Tuesday, March 14
...
  Daniel NEVILLE, for administering an unlawful oath to Michael HOGAN, Loughill, importing that he should be faithful to the "Four year olds"— Guilty. Transportation for life. NEVILLE's elder brother was hanged for Mr. GOING's murder, and his younger brother transported.
FJ1807826bNPDNEWCOMENCharlesEsqAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN Bt
FJ1818929NPMNEWCOMENCharlesEsqOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMEN
FJ1778122-24NPDNEWCOMEN widowThe widow NEWCOMEN, mother-in-law of William Glendowe NEWCOMEN Esq by whos death a considerable fortune descends to him.
LC1833824NPDNEWCOMMENCatherineHonAt Cheltenham, the Hon Catherine, youngest daughter of the Vicountess NEWCOMMEN
FJ17721017-20NPMNEWCOMMEN  On Saturday last by the Rev the Lord Bishop of Elphin, William GLENDOWE Esq an eminent banker of this city to Miss NEWCOMMEN daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMMEN of Co Longford Esq
HC1772302NPDNEWENHAMEdwardSirLast Friday, of a tedious illeness, which she bore with christian resignation, Mrs. HODDER, wife of Mr. Francis HODDER, Merchant, and aunt to Sir Edward NEWENHAM, a Lady whose exemplary piety, charity and humanity endeared her to all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.
FJ1831722NPDNEWENHAMEdward NorthEsqAt Boulonge sur Mer, on the 12th inst, aged 63, Eliza wife of Edward North NEWENHAM Esq and daughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, in the co Galway, ...
FJ1831722NPDNEWENHAMEliza (nee PERSSE)MrsAt Boulonge sur Mer, on the 12th inst, aged 63, Eliza wife of Edward North NEWENHAM Esq and daughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, in the co Galway, ...
FJ1808817NPDNEWENHAMHelen (nee WHITE)MrsTuesday last, in child bed, the lady of Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM Esq of Mary borough — Mrs NEWENHAM was sister to Lord Viscount Bantry [WHITE] and is deeply regretted for her many virtues
CG&GA1796430NPMNEWENHAMRichard DevonshireEsqAt Seafield Park, Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM esq of Maryborough, to Miss WHITE eldest daughter of the late Simon WHITE Esq
FJ1808817NPDNEWENHAMRichard DevonshireEsqTuesday last, in child bed, the lady of Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM Esq of Mary borough — Mrs NEWENHAM was sister to Lord Viscount Bantry [WHITE] and is deeply regretted for her many virtues
Pue'sO1751615NPDNEWENHAMThomasEsqLast week died at his seat in the co Cork, Sir Matthew DEANE Bt, Member of Parliament for the city of Cork. Thomas NEWENHAM and Henry CAVENDISH Esqrs are candidates in his room
LC_LM1774314NPSNEWILJohn Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.
LGA1811604NPSNEWLANDAbraham The late Abraham NEWLAND, whose life had been so respectable as to give death no terrors beyong what human nature must feel at the approach of such an awful crisis, was found, a few hours before he died, by his physician, reading a newspaper. The Doctor expressed his admiration at seeing him possess so much ease and serenity at such a period. "Why," said, Mr. NEWLAND, "as I am about to engage in a journey to another world, for which I have endeavoured to prepare myself, I am willing to take with me the latest intelligence from this.
LGA1806905NPSNEWLYN MrEast India Shipping – to Madrasû Messrs CROKER, STEWART, McLEOD, NEWLYN
Pue'sO1753303NPN/SNEWMANAdamEsqWe hear that John CAVENDISH ESq collector of Kinsale is appointed Collector of Galway in room of the late Thomas DISNEY Esq amd Adam NEWMAN of Cork Esq to that of Kinsale
LC1768815NPMNEWMANAdamEsqCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, Esq
HDM1769311NPMNEWMANAdam A few days ago, at Corke Richard PERRY to Miss NEWMAN daughter of Adam NEWMAN
LC1768815NPMNEWMANMarthaMissCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, Esq
LEP-CS1828708NPBNEWMANMichaelEsqIn Charleville, the Lady of Michael NEWMAN, Esq. of a daughter
LJ1791616NPSNEWMAN GuagerEnnis ... Friday last. Mr. NEWMAN, pro-Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDAN, guager, seized a quantity of wool, in not having been marked agreeable to act of Parliament, and , as they were this day conveying it to town, they met a quantity of unpermitted Whiskey which they also seized, and ladged together with the wool, in His Majesty's Stores.
MA1830921NPDNEWMARCHWilliamMajAt Ootacamund on the Nailgherries, Major William NEWMARCH, 7th light infantry
LC1827915NPDNEWPORTJohnSir BtAt his house in Lady-lane, Waterford, in his 89th year, Samuel MORGAN, Esq.—As Senior of the Corporation, he was Father of the City of Waterford. He was likewise senior Alderman, and, of course, one of the four Charter Justices. He was Sheriff during the civic year commencing Michelmas, 1771, and Mayor, in 1779, 1801 and 1817. By his death the Right Hon. Sir John NEWPORT, Bart. becomes Father of the City and Alderman Cornelius BOLTON, who represented Waterford, with considerable distinction in the Irish Parliament of 1783, becomes Charter Justice. Alderman MORGAN died worth £250,000, which he bequeathed to the GROGAN family in the County Wexford.
FJ1820504NPMNEWTONFrancisEsqOn the 25th inst, at Brighton, Francis NEWTON Esq of the 90th Light Infantry, to Harriet Matilda daughter of the late Thomas CHAMBERLAIN Esq of London
LGA18131217NPMNICHOLSONChristinaMissAt Tullish church, A O'Bryan BELLINGHAM Esq to Christina daughter of john NICHOLSAN of Stromore House, Co Down, esq and the eldest of sixty-six grandchildren of Joseph WAKEFIELD Esq of Waterford
LEP-CS1830409NPMNICHOLSONFEsqAt Barnes, county Cork, [Thomas] Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne only daughter of F NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place, London
FJ1830403NPMNICHOLSONFrancisEsqMarch 30, at Barnes Surrey, Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne, only daughter of Francis NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place
LGA18131217NPMNICHOLSONJohnEsqAt Tullish church, A O'Bryan BELLINGHAM Esq to Christina daughter of john NICHOLSAN of Stromore House, Co Down, esq and the eldest of sixty-six grandchildren of Joseph WAKEFIELD Esq of Waterford
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SNICHOLSONJohnGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.
LEP-CS1830409NPMNICHOLSONMarianneMissAt Barnes, county Cork, [Thomas] Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne only daughter of F NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place, London
FJ1830403NPMNICHOLSONMarianne March 30, at Barnes Surrey, Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne, only daughter of Francis NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place
Pue'sO1752414NPDNICHOLSON Dr, Lord Archbishop of CashelLast week at Maghara, co Derry, the Revd Mr Bellingham MAULEVERER ... he was son of _ MAULEVERER, Esq of Yorkshire an ancient and honourable family and has left five sons and six daughters, by Mrs _ NICHOLSON daughter of Dr NICHOLSON late Ld ABishop ...
LS1838612NPDNISBETTAlice Willington (nee DREW) At Ogonello Glebe, after a long illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Alice Willington beloved wife of the Rev R W NISBETT
LT1836728NPMNISBETTRobert WilliamRevOn Saturday (23/7), at the Cathedral Killaloe, by the Rev Joseph GABBETT, the Rev Robert William NISBETT MA of O'Gonoloe Glebe, co Clare, to Alicia Willington, second daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same co
LS1837718NPBNISBETTRobert WilliamRevAt O'Gonello Glebe, the lady of the Rev Robert William NISBETT, of a daughter
LS1838612NPDNISBETTRobert WilliamRevAt Ogonello Glebe, after a long illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Alice Willington beloved wife of the Rev R W NISBETT
FJ1767602-05NPSNIXON Mr2 Jun ... Arived from Holyhead on the Trevor Packet for which place she sailed 29 May with Col COOTE, Capt GRANT, Mess JONES and NIXON
BNL1796328-01NPSNIXON MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKER
FJ1776309-12NPMNOALLDorcas A few days ago at Corke, Mr John WOLFE merchant to Miss Dorcas NOALL
LC1827321NPSNOLANAlicia see Jack THRUSTOUT
LC1827321NPSNOLANFrances see Jack THRUSTOUT
LEP-CS1831722NPSNOLANJamesPteJames NOLAN, a soldier of the 96th regiment, was indicted for an assault on Bridget CLARKE, at Kilmallock, which caused her miscarriage. The Prosecutrix lived with the prisoner as his wife, and in a fit of jealousy he kicked her in the side.— Guilty $#151; Sentenced to two month's imprisonment.
LC1827321NPSNOLANJames see Jack THRUSTOUT
LC1827321NPSNOLANStephen see Jack THRUSTOUT
FJ1860220NPDNOLAN MrsDeath of a Centenarian.—Died on Friday, at Tybroughney, county Kilkenny, Mrs NOLAN, aged 110. Up to a short perio before her death, this woman could sing an excellent Irish song. Her Funeral was attended by her youngest son aged 70.Waterford News
LEP-CS18291120NPMNOONANJeremiahEsqAt Newcastle, Co. Limerick, Jeremiah NOONAN, Esq, of that town, to Miss BATWELL, late of Fortlands, near Charleville
LC1792908NPDNORCOTJamesEsqLast Saturday, universally regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, James NORCOT, of Springfield, Esq.
LC1826916NPMNORCOTTAnne Matilda At Richmond, Captain BYRNE, of the Rifle Brigade to Anne Matilda, second daughter of Colonel NORCOTT, C. B. &c. of the Rifle Brigade, Commandant at Halifax
LC1821721NPDNORCOTTBoyleEsqAt Kilworth, Boyle NORCOTT, Esq. aged 82
LC1773225NPDNORCOTTCharles HydeEsqAt Mallow, Charles Hyde NORCOTT Esq
LC1826510NPMNORCOTTEliza Frances At Hornsey Church, the Rev Chauncy Hare TOWNSEND, only son of Henry H TOWNSEND, Esq. of Downhill, Middlesex, to Eliza Frances, eldest daughter of Colonel NORCOTT, C. B. Of teh 1st Rifle Brigade, and second in command at Halifax.
LC1799724NPMNORCOTTHughEsqOn Saturday last, at Glanmire Church, Cork, James HILL, of Doneraile, Esq; to the amaible Miss NORCOTT, daughter of the late Hugh NORCOT, of Cork, Esq
LC1823416NPSNORCOTTHughEsqJohn HICKIE, for burning the house of Hugh NORCOTT, Esq; to be hanged on the 17th of April, at Carker, near Doneraile
LC17991211NPMNORCOTTJamesEsqLast Thursday, in Cork, Hen. LYSAGHT, Esq; to Miss Jane NORCOTT, daughter of the late James NORCOTT, Esq; of Springfield, co. Cork
LC17991211NPMNORCOTTJaneMissLast Thursday, in Cork, Hen. LYSAGHT, Esq; to Miss Jane NORCOTT, daughter of the late James NORCOTT, Esq; of Springfield, co. Cork
LS1839730NPMNORCOTTJane Margaret At Doneraile church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Rector of Athlacca, co Limerick, Robert CRONE Esq son of the late Robert CRONE of Byblox [&? Martha NORCOTT], co Cork, to Jane Margaret eldest daughter of John NORCOTT Esq MD of Cottage same co
LS1839730NPMNORCOTTJohnEsqAt Doneraile church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Rector of Athlacca, co Limerick, Robert CRONE Esq son of the late Robert CRONE of Byblox [&? Martha NORCOTT], co Cork, to Jane Margaret eldest daughter of John NORCOTT Esq MD of Cottage same co
CMC1808224NPMNORCOTTWilliam (jr)EsqOn Saturday last, at Pasage Church, by the Rev. Mr LLOYD, Wm. NORCOTT, junior, of this city, Esq, to the widow of the late Henry PARKER, of Passage, Esq
LC1826510NPMNORCOTT ColAt Hornsey Church, the Rev Chauncy Hare TOWNSEND, only son of Henry H TOWNSEND, Esq. of Downhill, Middlesex, to Eliza Frances, eldest daughter of Colonel NORCOTT, C. B. Of teh 1st Rifle Brigade, and second in command at Halifax.
LC1826916NPMNORCOTT ColAt Richmond, Captain BYRNE, of the Rifle Brigade to Anne Matilda, second daughter of Colonel NORCOTT, C. B. &c. of the Rifle Brigade, Commandant at Halifax
LC1799724NPMNORCOTT MissOn Saturday last, at Glanmire Church, Cork, James HILL, of Doneraile, Esq; to the amaible Miss NORCOTT, daughter of the late Hugh NORCOT, of Cork, Esq
MJ1749608NPNNORCOTT MrThe Gentlemen in and near Charleville who are subsrcibers to this paper, are requested to send for them to Mr. NORCOTT's Shop in that town, where they are to be dropped for the future.  And as a Person in that Country has taken upon him to call upon some of the Subscriberswithout any authority from me, this Notice is given to prevent them being imposed on, and to request that they will not pay any Subscription Money to any Person whatsoever without a receipt from
Their most Obedient
Humble Servant
Andrew WELSH
LC1824703NPANORCOTT  County of Limerick
ROSE v. NORCOTT
In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.
Thomas ELLIS
LC1827707NPANORCOTT  EFFIN.
Rose a. Norcott.
PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.
Thomas ELLIS.
Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.
FJ18231023NPMNORMANAlfredCapt RNAt Rutland, Capt Alfred NORMAN, RN, Inspecting Commander of the Preventive Water Guard stationed in the co Donegal to Miss FORSTER daughter of Nassau FORSTER Esq a magistrate of that county
LC1792613NPDNORRISJohnMrYesterday at her father's house, (Mr. John NORRIS's.) in Broad Street, Mrs. LEE, wife to George LEE, of Barna, in the County of Tipperary, Esq.
FJ18121024NPBNORRISWilliamEsqOn Sunday last at the house of William NORRIS Esq in Limerick, the lady of John LEE Esq of a daughter
CG HA1794920NPDNORRY RevA few days ago, in Charleville, the Rev. Mr. NORRY, Parish Prest of that town for upwars 30 years
FJ1850326NPMNORSWORTHYLucy March 20, in London, Capt W F D JERVOIS of the Royal Engineers eldest son of Maj-Gen JERVOIS to Lucy second surviving daughter of the late William NORSWORTHY of Oxford Terrace Hyde-Park
FJ1850326NPMNORSWORTHYWilaimEsqMarch 20, in London, Capt W F D JERVOIS of the Royal Engineers eldest son of Maj-Gen JERVOIS to Lucy second surviving daughter of the late William NORSWORTHY of Oxford Terrace Hyde-Park
FJ1808407NPMNORTHBMissAt Killduff, in King's county, the seat of Roger NORTH Esq, Christopher CHARMLEY, of Great George's street, Rutland Square, Esq to Miss B NORTH
LS1841823NPMNORTHEllen At Kilmstulla church, Mr Joseph M'CUTCHEON of Newport, to Ellen second daughter of the late Mr Hickson NORTH of Kilaloe
LS1841823NPMNORTHHicksonMrAt Kilmstulla church, Mr Joseph M'CUTCHEON of Newport, to Ellen second daughter of the late Mr Hickson NORTH of Kilaloe
FJ1808407NPMNORTHRogerEsqAt Killduff, in King's county, the seat of Roger NORTH Esq, Christopher CHARMLEY, of Great George's street, Rutland Square, Esq to Miss B NORTH
LC1827825NPSNORTH MrAt Galway Assizes, last week, the case of breach of promise of marriage, In which Miss Ann DOYLE, of Galway, was plaintiff, and Mr. Hugh CLARKE, of Loughrea, was defendant, came before a crowded Court and Jury. Damages laid at 5000l. The lady is of a respectable family and of considerable personal attractions—the fickle suitor wealthy, but beyond the meridian of life. The Jury marked their displeasure of his bad taste and want of honor, by a vedict of 1000l. and costs. Mr. O'CONNELL led for the plaintiff, and Mr. NORTH, M. P. for defendant.
FJ1825323NPDNORTONJohnEsqOn saturday morning, at Rathmines, most sincerely regretted by all who knew him, John NORTON Esq Veternary Surgeon of the 9th Lancers
FJ1820614NPMNORTONJohn HenryEsqOn Saturday, the 3rd inst, at Landscape the seat of Laurence WALDRON Esq, John Henry NORTON Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of John CARTON of Meadstown co Dublin
LC1827627NPMNOWLANDFrancisEsqIn Dublin, Francis NOWLAND, Esq of Kilboy, County Cork, to Clotilda Henrietta, only daughter of Henry B. GARDE, of Garryduff, County Waterford, Esq
FJ1768227-01NPSNOYEdwardEsqA few days ago Peter DALTON was committed to Kilmainham Goal, by Edward NOY Esq charged with felony, he says his father and mother live in Wicklow ...
LC1832613NPMNUGENTCatherine Eliza At Mallow, Richard BUNWORTH Esq Brever Maj in the 86th Regt to Catherine Eliza, only daughter of the late James NUGENT Esq of Upper Sackville Street Dublin
LC_LM1774616NPDNUGENTJamesEsqAt Churchtown, Mrs. NUGENT, wife of James NUGENT of Ballincor, Esq
LC1832613NPMNUGENTJamesEsqAt Mallow, Richard BUNWORTH Esq Brever Maj in the 86th Regt to Catherine Eliza, only daughter of the late James NUGENT Esq of Upper Sackville Street Dublin
LGA1811723NPANUGENTJohanna (ow HORGAN) I hereby caution the Public not to credit my wife Johanna NUGENT otherwise HORGAN, as I am determined not to pay any Debt she may contract after this notice
William NUGENT
Ballyargin, near Kilfinnan, July 23
LC1824821NPDNUGENTPeterBartAt Castle-connell, on Wednesday the 18th inst. after a painfull and protracted illness, which she bore with true Christian resignation, aged 20 years, Maria, second daughter of William BOUCHIER, Esq. Formerly of Killcullane, in this County, and grand niece of the late Sir Peter NUGHENT, Bart. of Doonere, County Westmeath—a young lady, whose loss will be long and severely felt by her numerous, and respectable friends and reltives.
LGA1811723NPANUGENTWilliam I hereby caution the Public not to credit my wife Johanna NUGENT otherwise HORGAN, as I am determined not to pay any Debt she may contract after this notice
William NUGENT
Ballyargin, near Kilfinnan, July 23
LGA1820815NPSNUNANWilliamMrA fellow of the name SINGLETON, for the murder of Mr. NUNAN, near Charleville, has been convicted in the County Court, Cork, on Friday.
LGA1820818NPSNUNANWilliamMrOn Monday, Philip SINGLETON, tried at the late Cork assizes, was executed in Mallow, for the murder of Mr. Wm. NUNAN, near Charleville, as stated in our last
LGA1816223NPSNUNAN  Barn fire
FJ1841710NPMNUNNAbrahamEsqOn the 1st inst, in Chester, Richard Croker GRAVES esq eldest son of the Rev William GRAVES, rector of Ightrimuttough in the diocese of Cork to Christina Margarette widow of Abraham NUNN Esq of Larne S Wales niece of the Earl of Donoughmore
FJ1841710NPMNUNNChraistina Margarette On the 1st inst, in Chester, Richard Croker GRAVES esq eldest son of the Rev William GRAVES, rector of Ightrimuttough in the diocese of Cork to Christina Margarette widow of Abraham NUNN Esq of Larne S Wales niece of the Earl of Donoughmore
LS1841712NPMNUNNChristina Margaretta (nee HELY-H) In the parish church of St Brides, Dublin, Ricard C GRAVES eldest son of the Rev James William GRAVES rector of Ightrimurrough, in the diocese of Cork, to Christina Margarettts, widow of the late Abraham NUNN Esq of Larine, South Wales niece of the late and first cousin to the present Earl of Donaoughmore [ daughter of Hon. Lorenzo HELY-HUTCHINSON of Newton Bond and Maria BLAKE]
LC1801412NPMO'BERNEJohnEsqBy special licence, on the 9th inst. at Barntick, in the county of Clare, John O'BERNE, of Newport, in the county of Longford, and Brother to the Right Hon. the Bishop of Meath, to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE, daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE, of Barntick, Esq
LC1801411NPMO'BERNEJohnEsq CaptBy spec lic, on the 9th inst at Barnick CLA John O'BERNE of Newport co Longford Capt in the Longford Militia and bro to the Rt Hon Bishop of Meath to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE of Barnick Esq
LC1801412NPMO'BERNEThomas LewisBishop of MeathBy special licence, on the 9th inst. at Barntick, in the county of Clare, John O'BERNE, of Newport, in the county of Longford, and Brother to the Right Hon. the Bishop of Meath, to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE, daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE, of Barntick, Esq
LC1801411NPMO'BERNE Bishop of MeathBy spec lic, on the 9th inst at Barnick CLA John O'BERNE of Newport co Longford Capt in the Longford Militia and bro to the Rt Hon Bishop of Meath to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE of Barnick Esq
Pue'sO1743215NPMOBINSMichaelRev MrYesterday the Rev Mr Michael OBINS was married to Miss MOORE daughter to the Late Guy MOORE Esq ...
LGA1810710NPSO'BREENCorneliusEsqCornelius O'BRIEN Esq, who stands charged with the murder of Francis DREW, of Scariff, co Clare, Esq, has given notice that he will in due time surrender himself to the High Sheriff of co Meath, to abide his trial at the assizes of that county at Trim
LGA18201024NPDOBRIERalph SEsqIn Rutland Square, Dublin, Ralph S OBRIE Esq a practicing surgeon in that city for 44 years
FJ1809309NPMO'BRIENCorneliusEsqAt Blackrick, a few days ago, by special licence, Cornelius O'BRIEN, Esq of New Orchard, in the co Kilkenny, to the amiable and agreeable Miss KELLY of Montgomery Street, Dublin whose smallest accomplishment is a handsome fortune
DEP1810222NPSO'BRIENCorneliusEsq

FATAL DUAL!

BALBRIGGAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 21.
About eight o'clock this morning, three post-chaises were observed driving rapidly over the bridge of Knockengin, which joins the counties of Dublin and Meath. They immediately drove to the strand contiguous to the county of Meath, and the persons that were in them having alighted, proceeded to the business of marking out the ground and charging the pistols, for a duel between two gentlemen, one of the name of DREW, and the other of O'BRIEN. Whatever the cause of quarrel might have been, it was soon decided, for on taking their places, and the signal being given by the seconds, they fired together, when instantaneously Mr. D. fell, dead! his opponent's ball having entered his forehead over the left eye, passing through the brain, and coming out at the back of his head! By this time numbers of the peasantry were assembled on the banks above the shore, something like an indistinct murmur was expressed, of taking the survivor into custody, but this was prevented by the immediate flight of himself and second to the post-chaise, which drove off with them with the rapidity of lightning—nor were the rest of the party flow in following—for before a quarter of an hour elapsed from their arrival, all had disappeared, leaving the breathless, bleeding body of their companion to the promiscuous care of the surrounding multitude.
LGA1810828NPSO'BRIENCorneliusEsqTrial of Cornelius O'BRIEN for the murder of Francis DREW in a duel
LGA1810907NPSO'BRIENCorneliusEsqStatement on dueling
LGA1811101NPMO'BRIENDavidEsqThis morning at John's church, by the Rev William LEWIS, David O'BRIEN, of Crotta, co Cork, Esq to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Robert HOLMES, of Ballyadam, in this co, Esq
LC1796615NPAO'BRIENDenisEsqThe Rev John PARKER, Administrator of Catherine PARKER, otherwise DUHIG, his late wife, deceasedPursuant to the Decree of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland made in this cause, and bearing the date the 27th day of November last, I hereby request the creditors and incumbrancers of Robert HORAN, late of Newcastle, in the County of the City of Limerick, deceased, in the pleadings named, who have charges and liens on the real of personal estates of Robert HORAN, to come before me and prove their respective demands, on or before the first day of November next, otherwise they will be precluded from any benefit under said decree.
Dathed this 9th day of June 1796.
Thomas BURROUGHS
CG HA1789812NPMO'BRIENDigbyEsqLimerick Aug. 10. ... Wednesday last, at Cork, Digby O'BRIEN, Esq; to Mss Barbara SAUNDERS, daughter of Henry SAUNDERS, late of Charleville, Esq.
LGA1815502NPSO'BRIENEdwardSir BtIn consequence of the retirement of Lord Castlecoote, as Chief Commissioner, of the Customs Board, there will be a vacancy for a junior commissioner. Some active candidates are already in motion: amongst the numer id Mr. O'BRIEN brother of Sir Edward O'BRIEN, Bart of Dromsoland, co Clare, M.P. and who it is thought, has a strong chance of success, though THORMOND and CHARLEMONT interest. In all probability his lordship retires on an allowance from the government equivalent to his services He will of course be succeeded by Mr VANDERLEUR
LS1839809NPMO'BRIENEdward JamesLt GenIn Oranmore church, William CROKER Esq of Quarter Town, co Cork, to Catherine youngest daughter of the late William CROKER Esq of Dublin and niece of Lt Gen O'BRIEN
LGA1820307NPSO'BRIENHenry Those accused of the murder of the Rev John MULQUINY
LEP-CS1830101NPDO'BRIENJMrsIn Nicholas-street, Limerick, Mr. John BENNETT and Mrs. O'BRIEN, relict of J. O'BRIEN, Gunmaker
LGA18151110NPSO'BRIENJames 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 Commission
LGA18191119NPSO'BRIENJohn Singing about life
LC1824114NPSO'BRIENJohn John O'BRIEN, a blacksmith, was tried, and after a long and patient investigation, found guilty of being absent from his place of abode, at Ballybrown, in this County, on the night of the 20th December last. Mr. BLACKBOURNE passed sentence of transportation for seven years on the prisoner -- whose demeanour at the conclusion, was marked by the most daring hardihood, and betrayed a perfect indifference as to his fate.
LC1824117NPSO'BRIENJohn [Report of trial long] John O'BRIEN sworn and examined -- Witness is father to the prisoner
FJ18601004NPSO'BRIENJohn Death of an Aged Indian.—John O'BRIEN Shenandoah died in Albany County Hospital on the 20th ult. His father, John O'BRIEN, was an Irishman, and emigrated to this country in 1745, and soon after married a squaw of the Stockbridge (Mass.) tribe of Indians. John was borb 1751, and his father being a man of means sent him to France for his education. He returned to this country in the same vessel which brought LAFAYETTE, and took an active part in many of the battles of the Revolution. Although 109 years at the time of his death, he retained all his faculties, except his sight, to the last.—New York Tablet.
LEP-CS1829313NPSO'BRIENMatthew see Rev Robert BOURKE
LC17831129NPSO'BRIENMichael see Richard DONOVAN
LC1826708NPDO'BRIENPMrYesterday, in Kilmallock, Mr. P. O'BRIEN.
LGA1806919NPDO'BRIENPatrick Cotter Monday sennight, at Hot Wells, Bristol, Patrick O'BRIEN, the Irish Giant. This extraordinary man, whose height exceeded eight feet, was born in Kinsale, and had long been a wonder of the age. He was interred in the Catholic Chapel in Trenchard-street, Bristol. A gentleman had the curiosity to attend, with many others, to see the stupendous coffin, prepared for this remarkable personage, he informa us that its length was nine feet, five inches, and that five men got into it with ease, and had the lid placed upon it. The brass plate contained the folowing inscription :—" Patrick Cotter O'BRIEN, of Kinsale, Ireland, whose stature was 8 feet, one inch. Died Sept. 8, 1806, aged 46 years."— There were some emblems on it, denoting the deceased belonged to the Masonic Order of Knights Templar.
FJ1849222NPMO'BRIENWilliamEsqFebruary 14, at Athendry Church, William O'BRIEN Esq Peafield, co Clare, to Sarah Grace TAYLOR, daughter of the late John TAYLOR, of Mulpit, and niece of the late Lt-Gen TAYLOR of Castle Taylor
LGA18151107NPSO'BRIENWilliam Trial report — Highway robbery near Castle Oliver
LGA18151110NPSO'BRIENWilliam 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 Commission
LGA18161001NPSO'BRIENWilliam On Thursday morning, about 7 o'clock, William O'BRIEN was murdered by a number of fellows on the high road between Bruff and Kilmallock; it appeared from an inquest held by Charles BENNETT, Esq.Coroner, at Bruff, that the deceased belonged to one of the factions that disgrace that neighbourhood:- A verdict of wilful merder was returned against two men, who, as they are not yet apprehended, we decline in publishing their names. Notwithstanding the above murder, on the Monday following not less than 500 ruffians assembled at the fair of Dromin, in battle array - much bloodshed was expected; but for the interference of several gentlemen, and a detachment of the 16th regiment, the disturbers were dispursed and order restored
LEP-CS1828808NPSO'BRIENWilliam On Sunday night last, William O'BRIEN's house, of Kilbreedy, in the parish of Effin, Co. Limerick, was maliciously set fire to and totally consumed, together with 18 firkins of butter and every article of furniture within the dwelling. The family left the house in a state of nudity and narrowly escaped with their lives—BRIEN took these lands in the 25th of March. This outrage was committed convenient to where thirteen cows were lately maliciously houghed
LEP-CS1832131NPSO'BRIENWilliam SmithEsqA meeting of the townspeople, called by William S. O'BRIEN, Esq., took place at Carmody's Hotel, Ennis, on Thursday last, to consider the plans made by Messrs. KILLALY and Grantham, for the formation of a Canal from Clare to Ennis, and decide upon which they would recommend to the Lord Lieutenant, and the Board of Works.
LEP-CS1828425NPSO'BRIEN MissThis day, the body of a woman, named Mary CONNELL, was found in the Mill-stream, near the Canal. She has been missing since Easter Sunday. She was mother of CONNELL who, some years since was hanged in Limerick, for the aggravated assault on Miss O'BRIEN, on the Salmon-weir bank.
Pue'sO1754521NPSO'BRIEN MrAllan BELLINGHAM Esq is appointed Collector of Drogheda in room of the late Mr O'BRIEN, Thomas TURNER Esq, is ppointed Surveyor of Drogheda in room of Mr BELLINGHAM
LGA1810223NPSO'BRIEN  Fatal Duel. –Wednesday morning a meeting took place near the Man of War, in the county of Meath, between Mr. DREW and Mr. O'BRIEN, both gentlemen Attornies, when upon the first fire, the former received a mortal wound, and instantly fell. The survivor and his seconds are in custody at the Head Police Office in Exchange-court.—Correspondent
LC1769313NPAO'BRYENEdwardEsqEdward O’BRYEN, Esq; Plaintiff.
John CREED, Esq; and others Defendants
The several Tenants of the lands of Knockuregare and other lands in the pleadings in this cause mentioned are desired immediately to pay off all rents and arrears of Rents due of them respectively to John DWYER, the younger of the City of Limerick, Gent. who is appointed to receive the same by Order of the High Court of the Chancery, otherwise they will be proceeded against immediately fpr the recovery of the same.
Dated, March 13, 1769
LGA1806506NPMO'CALLAGAHANRogerEsqYesterday morning by the Rev William HOARE in St George's Church Roger O'CALLAGAHAN of Stay Hill Co Cork Esq to the amiable Miss Mary ROSE daughter of the late John ROSE Esq Attorney
LGA1809103NPDOCALLAGHANRichardEsqOn the 16th inst at Killeenleagh neat Kanturk Mrs O'CALLAGHAN wife of Richard O'CALLAGHAN
FJ1854201NPMO'CALLAGHANCornelius RogerEsqJanuary 28, in Cork, Cornelius Roger O'CALLAGHAN, Esq eldest son of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of Gortmore Cottage, in that co, to Ellen, daughter of the late John MAGUIRE Esq
FJ1858825NPMO'CALLAGHANCrosbieEsqAugust 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 Kilmurry
LEP-CS1830420NPDO'CALLAGHANDonatusEsqAt Tunbridge, Kent, in his 86th year, Donatus O'CALLAGHAN, Esq., of the County Clare. He was a most perfect model of an Irish Gentleman, possessing an amenity of manners taht was most facinating; he had on account of his health lived near Tunbridge for the last 14 years.
CG&GA17941101NPMO'CALLAGHANElizabethMissAt Christ church, this day, Lt Julius STURKE of Lord Mountmorris's Regt to Miss Elizabeth O'CALLAGHAN daughter of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of the Mardyke
FJ1830225NPMO'CALLAGHANHughEsqOn the 22nd inst, by the Very Rev Dr COLEMAN VG, Hugh O'CALLAGHAN of Culloville, co Armagh Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of Thomas WALDRON Esq of Inn's Quay
LEP-CS1830302NPMO'CALLAGHANHughEsqIn Dublin, Hugh O'CALLAGHAN, Esq, of Colloville, County Armagh, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Patrick WALDRON, of the Inns Quay, Esq.
LC18271201NPMO'CALLAGHANRobertRevAt St Nicholas's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Robert O'CALLGHAN, Eyre Coote CROKER, Esq. son of Brigade Major CROKER, of Quartertown House, to Frances Laura, daughter of the late John WELSTEAD, of Ballywater, Esq.
CG&GA17941101NPMO'CALLAGHANRogerEsqAt Christ church, this day, Lt Julius STURKE of Lord Mountmorris's Regt to Miss Elizabeth O'CALLAGHAN daughter of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of the Mardyke
FJ1854201NPMO'CALLAGHANRogerEsqJanuary 28, in Cork, Cornelius Roger O'CALLAGHAN, Esq eldest son of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of Gortmore Cottage, in that co, to Ellen, daughter of the late John MAGUIRE Esq
LC1821710cNPDO'CALLAGHANRogerMrIn Kingston Jamaica, Mr. Roger O'CALLAGHAN
LGA1819608NPMO'CARROLLEdmondEsqIn Charleville, Edmond O'CARROLL, Esq. to Miss GORMAN, of that town
LEP-CS1828125NPSO'CAVANAGHJohn EMr junThe Kilmallock Meeting
Our friends in kilmallock will observe from the overwhelming flow of important matter both from the other side, and as connected with the leading politics of Ireland, that we cannot avoid apologizing to them for again postponing the insertion of the very able speechs delivered by Mr. O'CAVANAGH jun. and Mr. John O'CONNELL at the late somutaneous meeting; but they may depend upon their appearing on Tuesday—they well deserve a place.
LEP-CS1828129NPSO'CAVANAGHJohn EMr junSimultaneous meeting at Kilmallock
LGA1814218NPMO'CONNELLConnell HolmesEsqOn Sunday, at Kanturk, Connell Holmes O'CONNELL, Esq, only son of David O'CONNELL, Esq, Kilcearcan, near Kanturk, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John DUGGAN, jun, Esq of Strangfort, near Newmarket, both of the co Cork
LEP-CS1828808NPSO'CONNELLDanielEsqExtract of a letter for Charleville, dated July 31, 1828:-" A circumstance occurred in this town a few days since, which has not yet found its way into the newspapers. I therefore send it to you for publication. On the day appointed for celebrating Mr. O'CONNELL's return for the County of Clare, a mob of the lowest description of ruffians assembled, and a riot being considered by several of the Magistrates as likely to ensue, the military were ordered out by Major MAXWELL. A newly made Magistrate then interfered, and some warm language took place between the two gentlemen. The military, hovever, did eventually turn out, but appeared without arms, and bore green boughs in their hands, and cheered frequently for Mr. O'CONNELL.—Warder.
LEP-CS1831114NPSO'CONNELLDaniel On Sunday, the collection at Kilmallock, County Limerick, towards the O'CONNELL fund, amounted to 22I., and from ten to fifteen Pounds is yet expected from the united Parish of Ballingaddy.
LGA1814218NPMO'CONNELLDavidEsqOn Sunday, at Kanturk, Connell Holmes O'CONNELL, Esq, only son of David O'CONNELL, Esq, Kilcearcan, near Kanturk, to Hannah, eldest daughter of John DUGGAN, jun, Esq of Strangfort, near Newmarket, both of the co Cork
FJ1856830NPMO'CONNELLEdwardRevAugust 28, at St Michan's church, by the Rev Edward O'CONNELL, Patrick J HIGGINS Esq, 2nd Regt of Light Infantry, B.G.L. to Anne Frances second daughter of Thomas CHRISTIAN Esq, Eccles street
LC1799803NPDO'CONNELLElizaMissIn Charleville on 28th July, Miss Eliza O'CONNELL, eldest daughter of Mr. James O'CONNELL, after a long indisposition which she bore with patients and pious resignation, and was the very emblem of her Brother, who but a short time had gone before her.
LC18261129NPSO'CONNELLHolmesMrSteeple Chase—We have to apprise our sporting readers that the County Limerick Fox-Hunting Club has been challenged and will run for Thursday, the 30th instant—Four Miles—to start at two, p. m. from Athalacca spire, over Cloghan Hill, and Ballygibbs-house, to the Hill of Kilmallock—Mr. CRIPPS's Bacchus, rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; Mr. BEVAN's M_At-all, rode by owner; Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy-the-Beau, rode by ——. From the known celebrity of the horses, a desparate contest is expected. Another race over the same ground will take place between Mr. CROFTS and Mr. SHERLOCK.
LC18261202NPSO'CONNELLHolmesMrSporting Extraordinary.— The celebrated Steeple Chase for the Kilmallock fox hunting cup was run for on Thursday last, by Mr. BEVAN's Mr. Astall, rode by owner; Mr. CRIPPS;s Bacchus, (the holder of the cup,) rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; and Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy the Beau, rode by Mr. STEPHENSON. This was a closely contested race from Athlacca spire to past Clogher-hill, when Mr. BEVAN shot past his antagonistson the deep ground, and beat them home to Kilmallock in a very easy but gallant style—in fact, Mr. BEVAN had it all his own way the last miles. The other race between Mr. SHERLOCK and Mr. CROFTS for 50l. was won by Mr. S. after a closely contested race.
LGA18081025NPSO'CONNELLJamesEsqThomas, the son of James O'CONNELL, of Charleville, Esq., has been appointed by the Lords of the Admiralty full Lieut. Of his Majesty's brig of war the Gannet, in consideration of his merit and service whilst a Sub-Lieut. On board the Richmond gun-brig
LS1840416NPDO'CONNELLJamesEsqIn Charleville, Melian, daughter of the late James O'CONNELL, Esq, of that town
LC1799803NPDO'CONNELLJamesMrIn Charleville on 28th July, Miss Eliza O'CONNELL, eldest daughter of Mr. James O'CONNELL, after a long indisposition which she bore with patients and pious resignation, and was the very emblem of her Brother, who but a short time had gone before her.
LEP-CS1828125NPSO'CONNELLJohnMrThe Kilmallock Meeting
Our friends in kilmallock will observe from the overwhelming flow of important matter both from the other side, and as connected with the leading politics of Ireland, that we cannot avoid apologizing to them for again postponing the insertion of the very able speechs delivered by Mr. O'CAVANAGH jun. and Mr. John O'CONNELL at the late somutaneous meeting; but they may depend upon their appearing on Tuesday—they well deserve a place.
FJ1850808NPMO'CONNELLMargaret August 3, at Monkstown, near Cork, Benjamin Henry CROCKER Esq to Margaret second daughter of P O'CONNELL Esq solicitor
FJ18581001NPDO'CONNELLMauriceGen SirMrs CONAN
LS1840416NPDO'CONNELLMelian In Charleville, Melian, daughter of the late James O'CONNELL, Esq, of that town
LEP-CS1833319NPSO'CONNELLMorgan DMrMr. Morgan D O’CONNELL, of Kilmallock, Medical Student, safely delivered a Woman in the Lying in Hospital “Dublin” on Tuesday night of two sons and a daughter, who are doing well.
FJ1850808NPMO'CONNELLPEsqAugust 3, at Monkstown, near Cork, Benjamin Henry CROCKER Esq to Margaret second daughter of P O'CONNELL Esq solicitor
FJ1853503NPMO'CONNELLRickardEsqApril 8, in Tralee, Rickard O'CONNELL, Esq, barrister-at-law, to Effie daughter of Benjamin MATHEWS, Esq
LGA18081025NPSO'CONNELLThomasLt RNThomas, the son of James O'CONNELL, of Charleville, Esq., has been appointed by the Lords of the Admiralty full Lieut. Of his Majesty's brig of war the Gannet, in consideration of his merit and service whilst a Sub-Lieut. On board the Richmond gun-brig
LEP-CS1830119NPSO'CONNELLW JMr

The Ellection

  Bruff:—By a communication we had on Saturday from Bruff, it is highly creditable to the Freeholders, in that district, to find, that although disposed to support their Noble Landlord in that quarter, when any member of his own family solicits their support. Yet, that they consider they would cease to be 'Freeholders,' were they to be transferable like the black cattle they are feeding to pay his Lordship's rent, to sustain the epherneral pretentions of a stranger. The address by Mr. W. J. O'CONNELL, on Friday, explained these claims, at the same time as pointing them out, nay, and, to their wives also, the bold and dauntless spirit, which has given Waterford, Louth, Westmeath, and above all, immortalized Clare, as the Athens of Irish Liberty.
LEP-CS1828926NPLO'CONNELLWilliam JohnEsqletter re William John O'CONNELL and Lt CLARE
LEP-CS1828129NPSO'CONNELLWilliam JohnMr.Simultaneous meeting at Kilmallock
LC1826726NPSO'CONNELL MrTralee Assizes
Child Murder
Ann ROCHE, an old woman, of very advanced age, was indicted for the murder of Michael LEAHY, a young child by drowning him in the Fleak. This case, which at ... assumed a very serious aspect, from the meaning imported to words spoken by the prisoner, "that the sin of the child's death was on the grand-mother, and not on the prisoner, and not on the prisoner," turned out to be a homicide committed under the delusion of the grossest superstition. The child, the four year old, could neither stand, walk, or speak—was thought to be Fairy struck—and the grand-mother ordered the prisoner and one of the witnesses, Mary CLIFFORD, to bathe the child every morning, in that pool of the river Fleak, where the boundaries of three farms met; they had so bathed it for three mornings, and on the last morning the prisoner kept the child longer under the water than usual, when her companion (the witness, Mary CLIFFORD) said to the prisoner, "how can you hope to see God after this," to which the prisoner replied "that the sin was on the grand-mother and not on her." Upon cross examination, the witness said it was not done with the intent to kill the child, but to cure it—to get the Fairy out of it
  The Policeman, who apprehended her, on charging her with drowning the child, she said it was no matter as it had died four years ago.
  Baron PENNEFATHER said, though it was a case of suspicion, and required to be thoroughly examined into, yet the Jury would not be safe in convicting the prisoner of murder, however strong the suspicion might be.
  Verdict—Not Guilty
  In this case, Counsel for the Crown prosecuted.
  The prisoner was defended by Messrs. O'CONNELL and H. WALSHE.
LC1827825NPSO'CONNELL MrAt Galway Assizes, last week, the case of breach of promise of marriage, In which Miss Ann DOYLE, of Galway, was plaintiff, and Mr. Hugh CLARKE, of Loughrea, was defendant, came before a crowded Court and Jury. Damages laid at 5000l. The lady is of a respectable family and of considerable personal attractions—the fickle suitor wealthy, but beyond the meridian of life. The Jury marked their displeasure of his bad taste and want of honor, by a vedict of 1000l. and costs. Mr. O'CONNELL led for the plaintiff, and Mr. NORTH, M. P. for defendant.
LEP-CS1829331NPSO'CONNELL MrThere was a fight commencing at the fair of Kilmallock, on Wednesday, but happily frustrated through the timely exertions of the worthy Catholic Rector, the Rev. Mr. MACNEMARA, and his curate, aided by the Messrs. O'CONNELL, of Kilmallock.
LJ17917)4NPDO'CONNORCharlesEsqOn the 1st inst, Charles O'CONNOR, of Belannagare, Esq; M.R.I.A.— author of Dissertation on the History of Ireland, and several other interesting tracts: he will be regretted while there is a native in this kindon to recollect his attachments to its old inhabitants—and his eforts for their emancipation from penal statutes, which an enlightened government has acknowledged to be oppressive and undeserved:—he was born on 1st January 1710, and died on 1st July 1791.
FJ18541027NPMO'CONNORDavidEsqOctober 23, at Gortroe, county Cork, David O'CONNOR, Esq, Seneschal of Rathcormac, to Valentina, second daughter of the late Samuel CROKER, Esq, of Holly Hill
LC1824131NPMO'CONNOREllen In Dublin, Percy MAGAN, Esq to Ellen, second daughter of Valentine O'CONNOR, Esq, of Great Denmark Street
FJ18581001NPDO'CONNORJames ConwayLtMrs CONAN
LGA18181106NPSO'CONNORJohnEsqA few days ago, that very useful and active officer, John O'CONNOR, Esq. detected a woman in the town of Charleville in the act of stealing a quantity of supruous pepper. By a general system of vigulance and activity on the part of Officers of his Majesty's Revenue, similar to that evinced by Mr. O'CONNOR, on this and every other occasion, these prisioners of society will speedily be obliged to abandon their nefarious traffic; or suffer the just and heavy penalties of the law.
LC1824124NPMO'CONNORJohnEsqJohn O'CONNOR, of Ahagran, County Kerry, Esq., to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Richard TAYLOR, Esq, of Rock Abbey, in this County.
FJ18581001NPDO'CONNORJohn ConwayCEMrs CONAN
LC1827714NPMO'CONNORMary In Cork, Mr. William AHERN, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr. Michael O'CONNOR, of that City,
LC1827714NPMO'CONNORMichaelMrIn Cork, Mr. William AHERN, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr. Michael O'CONNOR, of that City,
FJ18581001NPDO'CONNORPhillipCaptMrs CONAN
LC1769410NPDO'CONNORTerrenceFatherOn Thursday se'nnight died, aged near 100, at his Lodgings in Wyld street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, Father Terrence O'CONNOR, a Popish Priest, said to have died possessed of 20,000l.
LC1824131NPMO'CONNORValentineEsqIn Dublin, Percy MAGAN, Esq to Ellen, second daughter of Valentine O'CONNOR, Esq, of Great Denmark Street
LC1803511NPSO'DANIELJohn Committed—On Monday last, by Charles D. OLIVER, Esq; to the County Jail, William and Simon RYAN, charged with having, on the night of the 3d instant, burglariously broke into the House of John O'DANIEL, near Kilfinane, dragging him from his bed, flogging him of the naked back, and feloniously administering an oath to him to sell his milk reasonable.
FJ18221115NPDODELLAlexanderEsqAt Ballygran, co Limerick, Alexander ODELL Esq
LEP-CS1828415NPDODELLAlexanderEsqOn Sunday morning 30th ult, at her seat of Ballygran house, Co Limerick, after a long and painful illness which she bore with the utmost fortitude and true Christian resignation, Melina (recte Melian), relict of the late Alexander ODELL Esq aged 47 years
LEP-CS18281202NPMODELLAlexanderEsqAt Ballingary church, Limerick, Henry HARTE Esq of Gortroe Cottage to Sarah only daughter od Alexander O'DELL Esq late of Ballgran
LT1836307NPBODELLAlexanderEsqAt Ballygran Cottage, in this county, the lady of Alexander ODELL Esq of a daughter
LEP-CS1828919NPMODELLEdwardEsqOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, Esq
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLJohnGentsee Thomas ODELL
LEP-CS1828415NPDODELLMelina (recte Melian)MrsOn Sunday morning 30th ult, at her seat of Ballygran house, Co Limerick, after a long and painful illness which she bore with the utmost fortitude and true Christian resignation, Melina (recte Melian), relict of the late Alexander ODELL Esq aged 47 years
FJ1849126NPDODELLMeliora On the 20th of January, in Limerick, Meliora, widow of the late Thomas A ODELL, of Odell Villa, in that co, Esq
FJ1841723NPBODELLRobertEsq MDAt Ballingary, co Limerick, the lady of Robert ODELL of a son
LC1827609NPSODELLRobertMrOn the 4th of May last, Messrs. William and Robert ODELL, sons of Robert Deane ODELL, of Fortwilliam, in this County, Esq., after the usual examination admitted Members of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
LC1827609NPSODELLRobert DeaneEsqOn the 4th of May last, Messrs. William and Robert ODELL, sons of Robert Deane ODELL, of Fortwilliam, in this County, Esq., after the usual examination admitted Members of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
FJ18411009NPDODELLSamuel REsqOn the 25th of August, at Peterborough, Upper Canada from a fall from his horse Samuel R ODELL Esq third son of Thamas A ODELL Esq of Odelville, co Limerick
LEP-CS18281202NPMODELLSarah At Ballingary church, Limerick, Henry HARTE Esq of Gortroe Cottage to Sarah only daughter od Alexander O'DELL Esq late of Ballgran
FJ18441011NPMODELLSarah Pierce On the 8th inst, at Booterstown church, Dawson HUNT Esq of Killinatera, co Galway, son of the late Vere Dawson HUNT Esq of Cappa, co Tipperary, to Sarah Pierce eldst daughter of the late Thomas A ODELL Esq of Odellville, co Limerick
LGA1818109NPDODELLThomasEsqOn Friday night last after a few days illness Mrs ODELL, wife of Thomas ODELL Esq of Ballingary House in this county ....
LEP-CS18301217NPDODELLThomasEsqOn Tuesday, rather suddenly, Thomas O'DELL, of Turrets, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Esq.
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLThomasGentThe following lands situate in the Barony of Connello, and county of Limerick, part of the estate of Thomas ODELL, of Ballingarry in said county, Gent, to be forthwith sold, either the whole, or in parcells
Denominations  Annual rent
Clonenagh, Rosmore & BohardSet by said Thomas ODELL to Daniel FELAN, Gent, for 3 lives, which are still living at 16s-6d an Acre —
Note there are woods on the land of Rosmore, and Bohard which may be demised to Mr FELAN, but Mr ODELL will either dispose of the whole or or of the part set to Mr FELAN only
£73-15-6
Drominecreen Set by lease for 3 lives which are still in being to Mr Francis BRUDENELL at 6s-6d an Acre£83-11-6
ClounpalinSet by John ODELL deceased to William ODELL deceased for lives renewable for ever, at 5s an acre, and 40s fine on each renewal, now in the occupation of William Fitzwilliam ODELL, Gent£62-14-7
West Ballykevane Set by do to do for same Term, and subject to the same renewal fine, now in the occupation of John ODELL, Gent£41-12-1
Gurtinrinhealyset by ditto to John SHELTON deceased, for 30 years to commence 1st May 1725 at 5s an acre —
Note, this denomination upon the expiry of the lease, will set for £30 a year more than the present rent
£48-5-0
Ballyhagill Set by Thomas ODELL to John STANDISH, Gent for 3 lives still in being —
Note, this denomination if to be now set, would be well worth £40 a year more than the present rents
£90-0-0
TrenchillySet to Mr Richard PIERCE for 31 years, commencing 1st of May 1742£87-02-8
Total£487-02-8
Proposals to be received by said Thomas ODELL, near Rathkeale, by Mr Robert FENNELL, near Mitchelstown, or by Mr William LANE, Attorney, at his house, in Bigg Ship Street, Dublin
LGA1810130NPN/SODELLThomas AEsqThomas A ODELL, Esq our late High Sheriff for the county, is succeedded by Eyre EVANS, of Ash-hill, Esq. who has appointed Joseph CRIPS, Esq. his under sheriff. ...
FJ18411009NPDODELLThomas AEsqOn the 25th of August, at Peterborough, Upper Canada from a fall from his horse Samuel R ODELL Esq third son of Thamas A ODELL Esq of Odelville, co Limerick
FJ18441011NPMODELLThomas AEsqOn the 8th inst, at Booterstown church, Dawson HUNT Esq of Killinatera, co Galway, son of the late Vere Dawson HUNT Esq of Cappa, co Tipperary, to Sarah Pierce eldst daughter of the late Thomas A ODELL Esq of Odellville, co Limerick
FJ1849126NPDODELLThomas A On the 20th of January, in Limerick, Meliora, widow of the late Thomas A ODELL, of Odell Villa, in that co, Esq
LGA1817527NPSODELLThomas AlexanderEsqTo 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 Kilnihill
LEP-CS1832113NPSODELLThomas AlexanderEsqThos. A. ODELL, of Odell Ville, Esq., a magistrate of the counties Tipperary, Kerry and Limerick, for the last forty years, has resigned in consequence of ill-health.
FJ1842429NPDODELLThomas AlexanderEsqOn the 26th inst, in Limerick, Thomas Aleander ODELL Esq of Odelville in that county
LC1794118NPMODELLWilliamColOn Monday last, by the Rev Richard CROKER, at Ballingarry church, Michael SCANLAN jur Esq of Ballinabal? in the co Limerick, to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL of the Grove in said co
LEP-CS1828919NPMODELLWilliamColOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, Esq
LGA1815324NPAODELLWilliamEsq, MPEstablishement of Agricultural Societies
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLWilliamGentsee Thomas ODELL
LC1827609NPSODELLWilliamMrOn the 4th of May last, Messrs. William and Robert ODELL, sons of Robert Deane ODELL, of Fortwilliam, in this County, Esq., after the usual examination admitted Members of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLWilliam FitzwilliamGentsee Thomas ODELL
LEP-CS18281118NPDODELL Colsee James FISHER
LGA1818929NPSODELL Lt-Col< href="james_bennett.htm">Election of James BENNETT as coroner of Limerick
LC1794118NPMODELL MissOn Monday last, by the Rev Richard CROKER, at Ballingarry church, Michael SCANLAN jur Esq of Ballinabal? in the co Limerick, to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL of the Grove in said co
LGA1818109NPDODELL MrsOn Friday night last after a few days illness Mrs ODELL, wife of Thomas ODELL Esq of Ballingary House in this county ....
FJ1794125NPMODELL  At Limerick, Michael SCANLAN jun of Ballinaha Co Limerick to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL, of the Grove, said co.
LC18341227NPMO'DELLalexanderEsqOn Tuesday, at Askeaton church, by the Rev Willoughby BALFOUR, Katherine eldest daughter of edmond WESTROPP of Ballystein to Alexander O"DELL of Ballygran Cottage, both of this co Esqrs
LS1840423NPMO'DELLAlexanderEsqIn St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Thomas O'DELL Esq son of the late Alexander O'DELL of Ballygran, in this county, to Catherine, widow of the late Francis MCCARTHY Esq barrister-at-law
FJ1817115NPDO'DELLJohnEsq, Lt RNIn America, John O'DELL Esq Lt RN, second son of Thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry, co Limerick
FJ1817115NPDO'DELLThomasEsqIn America, John O'DELL Esq Lt RN, second son of Thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry, co Limerick
FJ1818112NPDO'DELLThomasEsqOn Friday last, Mrs O'DELL wife of thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry House, co Limerick

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