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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LC1827915NPDHICKEYBridgetMrsOn Wednesday, in St. George's Alms-Houns, in this City, at the very advanced age of 104 years, Mrs Bridget HICKEY, a woman of active habits, and who could read her Testament, until the last few weeks, without the aid of glasses.NickR
WMT J1827412NPMHICKEYJamesEsqIn Marlborough-street, James Hickey, Esq. to Miss Jane Hodgens, both of the city of Dublin. SdeM
DWJ1752321NPSHICKEYJohn We hear from Naas, that last Thursday, John HICKEY and the seven ruffians, servants of William ABRCBOLD Esq formerly convicted of a most violent assult on Mr Richard CROKER, appeared and pleaded his Majesty's most gracious pardon, and were discharged out of goal, wher they had been sentanced to remain one year and find security for seven years good behaviour and pay a fineNickR
LC_LM1774314NPSHICKEYLaurence 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.NickR
LC_LM1774314NPSHICKEYMaurice 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.NickR
WMT J1824826NPMHICKEY Rev DrAt Murragh Church, County Cork, the Rev. J. Smyth, only son of Richard Smyth, Esq. of Castle Downeen, to Anna, third daughter of the Rev. Doctor Hickey, of Murragh Glebe.SdeM
LC1823416NPSHICKIEJohn John HICKIE, for burning the house of Hugh NORCOTT, Esq; to be hanged on the 17th of April, at Carker, near DoneraileNickR
LC1823416NPSHICKIEJohn On Friday night, four in-calf cows, the property of Mr. WALL, Apothecary, of Doneraile, were shot, and seven tons of hay burned near that town. Mr. WALL was present when Surgeon CHAMBERS, 22d Regiment, amputated HICKIE, the insurgent's arm, which is supposed to be the cause of such an outrage on his property.NickR
FJ1847930NPDHICKIEWilliamEsqOn the 23d of September, at Kilelton House, co Kerry, aged 80 years, William HICKIE Esq. He was one of the oldest Catholic magistrates of that county, having got a commission of the peace the first year that Catholics were eligible in this kingdom.NickR
CJEA1807413NPMHICKMAN(nee RYVES)MrsSaturday morning in St John's church, Limerick, the Rev Richard FITZGERALD of Toureen Co Clare to the truly amiable Mrs HICKMAN relict of John HICKMAN, late of Fedar? Esq and daughter of the late Edward RYVES Esq of LimerickNickR
LGA1807414NPMHICKMAN[nee RYVES]MrsSaturday morning by the Rev William LEWIS in St John's church the Rev Richard FITZGERALD of Toureen Co Clare to the truly amiable Mrs HICKMAN relict of John HICKMAN Esq and daughter of the late E RYVES Esq of this cityNickR
LC1773308NPMHICKMANAnthonyEsqYesterday, James MASSY of Stoneville, Esq; to Miss Henrietta HICKMAN daughter of the late Anthony HICKMAN of Ballyket Esq ...NickR
FJ18531007NPMHICKMANCharlotte (nee ROOME)MrsOctober 4, in London, Anthony PERRIER Esq son of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, of Cork, to Mrs Charlotte HICKMAN, of Lotabeg, in that co, only daughter of Maj-Gen Henry ROOME of the Hon East India Company ServiceNickR
LC1773308NPMHICKMANHenrietta Yesterday, James MASSY of Stoneville, Esq; to Miss Henrietta HICKMAN daughter of the late Anthony HICKMAN of Ballyket Esq ...NickR
LC1797830NPMHICKMANJohnEsqA few days ago, at Bunratty, Co. Clare, the seat of Captain PALLISER, John HICKMAN, Esq; of Fenloe, in said county, to the amiable Miss RYVES, daughter to Edward RYVES, Esq; of this CityNickR
CJEA1807413NPMHICKMANJohnEsqSaturday morning in St John's church, Limerick, the Rev Richard FITZGERALD of Toureen Co Clare to the truly amiable Mrs HICKMAN relict of John HICKMAN, late of Fedar? Esq and daughter of the late Edward RYVES Esq of LimerickNickR
LGA1807414NPMHICKMANJohnEsqSaturday morning by the Rev William LEWIS in St John's church the Rev Richard FITZGERALD of Toureen Co Clare to the truly amiable Mrs HICKMAN relict of John HICKMAN Esq and daughter of the late E RYVES Esq of this cityNickR
LGA1819907NPDHICKMANJohnEsqYesterday at the house of his grandfather Edward RYVES Esq Nelson St, John HICKMAN Esq aged 19 years of typhus fever, son of John HICKMAN Esq of Fanloe, co Clare and nephew to Thomas HICKMAN Esq of Clare St who succeeds to his estatesNickR
LGA1819907NPDHICKMANThomasEsqYesterday at the house of his grandfather Edward RYVES Esq Nelson St, John HICKMAN Esq aged 19 years of typhus fever, son of John HICKMAN Esq of Fanloe, co Clare and nephew to Thomas HICKMAN Esq of Clare St who succeeds to his estatesNickR
WMT J1824527NPDHICKSONAnneMrsOn Sunday, at his lodgings in Dame-street, after a short illness, in the prime of life, Anne, wife of George Blake Hickson, Esq., Barrister at Law.SdeM
WMT J1824205NPMHICKSONAnne On Thursday, in Tralee, John Hilliard, Esq. of Turbrid, to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Robert Hickson, of Fermoylo Castle, Esq., both of Kerry.SdeM
WMT J1825915NPMHICKSONGeorge B.EsqOn the same day [Monday], at Rathkeale Church, George B. Hickson, Esq. of the city of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, to Julia Anna, daughter of Julius Demege, of Rathkeale Cottage, in the County of Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPDHICKSONGeorge BlakeEsqOn Sunday, at his lodgings in Dame-street, after a short illness, in the prime of life, Anne, wife of George Blake Hickson, Esq., Barrister at Law.SdeM
LC1827630NPMHICKSONJEsqJoseph MATHEWS, Esq. late Captain in the 83d Regiment of Foot, to Margaret, relict of the late J. HICKSON, Esq. of DublinNickR
LC1827630NPMHICKSONMargaretMrsJoseph MATHEWS, Esq. late Captain in the 83d Regiment of Foot, to Margaret, relict of the late J. HICKSON, Esq. of DublinNickR
WMT J1824205NPMHICKSONRobertEsqOn Thursday, in Tralee, John Hilliard, Esq. of Turbrid, to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Robert Hickson, of Fermoylo Castle, Esq., both of Kerry.SdeM
LC17921128NPAHIFFERNANJames CEsqTo be set
From the first day of May next, together or in divisions, for such a term as may be agreed on, the lands of Ballinabanogy, now in the possession of James C. HIFFERNAN, Esq; containing upwards of 253 acres, fit for dairy, fattening, or tillange, said lands lie contiguous to teh River Mague, are distant 6 miles from Charleville, and 5 from Bruff.
Proposals for same will be received by John GREEN, Esq; Graige
Graige, Nov. 20, 1792
NickR
LC1779805NPDHIFFERNANJohnEsqLast Monday, greatly regretted by his friends and acquaintenances, John HIFFERNAN Esq; by whose death, a considerable fortune devolves onto Michael HIFFERNAN of Liskennett, EsqNickR
LC1822206NPAHIFFERNANJohn CEsq... Liskinett held by John LYONS ... Proposals to John C HIFFERNAN, Esq Mainster or Mrs. THERRY, Liskinett ... February 6, 1822NickR
LC17921110NPMHIFFERNANMary AnneMissYesterday, John ANSTER, of Charleville, Esq; to the amiable and accomplished Miss Mary Anne HIFFERNAN, daughter of Terence M'Mahon HIFFERNAN, of Liskenett, co. Limerick, Esq; with a considerabl;e fortune.NickR
LC1779805NPDHIFFERNANMichaelEsqLast Monday, greatly regretted by his friends and acquaintenances, John HIFFERNAN Esq; by whose death, a considerable fortune devolves onto Michael HIFFERNAN of Liskennett, EsqNickR
LC17971122NPMHIFFERNANPatrick Errata.&#In our Paper of the 15th inst. for the marriage of Mr. Pat. M'Mahon HIFFERNAN, read Mr. Pat. HIFFERNANNickR
LGA1820331NPDHIFFERNANPatrick McMahonEsqAt his seat, Liskennett, in this county, on Saturday, Pat McMahon HIFFERNAN, Esq.—a gentleman deserving of the great esteem in which he was ever held by an extensive circle of friends and acquaintenance — he has left an amiable and disconsolable widow to deplore his loss.NickR
LC17971115NPMHIFFERNANPatrick McMahonMrLast night, Mr. Pat. M'Mahon HIFFERNAN, of Dromkeen, to the very agreeable Miss CUNNEEN, daughter of the late Mr. Pat. CUNNEEN, of this city, with a forune of 1500l.NickR
LGA1808607NPMHIFFERNANPatrick M'MhonEsqOn 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 EsqNickR
LGA1819430NPDHIFFERNANTerence McMahonEsqAt Dr FETHERSTONE's, Brury, Terence Mc Mahon HIFFERNAN, Esq. brother to Pat McMahon HIFFERNAN, Esq. Liskennett, in this county, sincerely lamented.NickR
LC17921110NPMHIFFERNANTerence M'MahonEsqYesterday, John ANSTER, of Charleville, Esq; to the amiable and accomplished Miss Mary Anne HIFFERNAN, daughter of Terence M'Mahon HIFFERNAN, of Liskenett, co. Limerick, Esq; with a considerabl;e fortune.NickR
LC1793417NPDHIFFERNANTerence M'MahonEsqLast Friday evening, Terence M'Mahon HIFFERNAN, Esq; of Liskennett, county Limerick ...NickR
LC1785207NPSHIFFERNANWiliamEsqDerby O'GRADY, Esq; High Sheriff of the Co. Limerick, has appointed the fllowing Gentlemen Replevengers fo said county:
George BLENNERHASSETT, of Riddlestown, Esq;
Charles COOTE, of Castle Oliver, Esq;
William HIFFERNAN, of Derk, Esq; and
William PERCIVAL, of Wilton, Esq.
NickR
WMT J1827208NPDHIGGINJames On Thursday the 1st inst. aged 11 months, James, the son of the Rev. W. Higgin, Chaplain of the R.G. Penitentiary, and of the Magdalen Asylum. SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDHIGGINJames On Thursday, the 1st instant, aged eleven months, James, the son of the Rev. W. Higgin, Chaplain to the Richmond General Penetentiary, and of the Magdalen Assylum. SdeM
WMT J1827208NPDHIGGINWRevOn Thursday the 1st inst. aged 11 months, James, the son of the Rev. W. Higgin, Chaplain of the R.G. Penitentiary, and of the Magdalen Asylum. SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDHIGGINWRevOn Thursday, the 1st instant, aged eleven months, James, the son of the Rev. W. Higgin, Chaplain to the Richmond General Penetentiary, and of the Magdalen Assylum. SdeM
LC1783718NPSHIGGINBOTHAMJohnBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.NickR
WMT J1825414NPMHIGGINSAlicia At Naples, on the 7th ult., at the house of the British Minister, and afterwards, by dispense, at her mother's house, Alicia, daughter of the late Matthew Higgins, Esq., of Bennown, Ireland, to Marquis Bugnano, son of the Duke San Valentino. SdeM
LGA1820505NPSHIGGINSDaniel Robbery near BruffNickR
LGA1820519NPSHIGGINSDaniel Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINSNickR
LGA1820519NPSHIGGINSEdmond Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINSNickR
LGA1820505NPSHIGGINSEdmund Robbery near BruffNickR
LGA1820505NPSHIGGINSElinor (alias SULLIVAN) Robbery near BruffNickR
LGA1820519NPSHIGGINSElinor (ow SULLIVAN) Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINSNickR
MJ1749814NPSHIGGINSPalfryRevDublin Aug 12: Yesterday the Rev Mr Coote MITCHELL was elected city chaplain, in the room of Rev Mr Palfry HIGGINS deceasedNickR
LEP-CS1829505NPSHIGGINSPatrick On Wednesday morning, two convicts, named George STAMMER and Patrick HIGGINS, sentenced to seven years transportation each, at the last Ennis Assizes, for highway robbery, were transmitted from the Gaol of Ennis, under an escort of the 89th Regiment, to the Hulk at Cove.NickR
FJ1856830NPMHIGGINSPatrick JEsqAugust 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 streetNickR
LGA1820505NPSHIGGINSPaul Robbery near BruffNickR
LGA1820519NPSHIGGINSPaul Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINSNickR
LGA1820505NPSHIGGINSWilliam Robbery near BruffNickR
LGA1820519NPSHIGGINSWilliam Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINSNickR
LC_LM1774317NPDHIGGINS LtThe Wife of Lieut. HIGGINS of the 38th Regiment of footNickR
DWJ1749812NPSHIGGINS RevYesterday the Rev Coote MITCHELL was elected chaplain of this city by the common council of Dublin, in the room of the Rev Mr HIGGINS deceasedNickR
LEP-CS18301001NPSHIGGINS  This week, five cows were stolen from a man named HIGGINS, who lives at Bruff, Co. Limerick. They were got near Crusheen, in the possession of three men, names HIGGINS, MORONY, and HENNESSY.NickR
WMT J1825113NPMHIGGINSONHenry T On the 6th instant, in Belfast, Henry T. Higginson, of Lisburn, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of John M'Connell, Esq. of Ann-street, Belfast. SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHIGINBOTHAMAnne In St. George's Church, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Archdeacon Langrishe, James, only son of Robert Martin, of Ross-House, County Galway, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of Thomas Higinbotham, of Mountjoy-square, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHIGINBOTHAMThomasEsqIn St. George's Church, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Archdeacon Langrishe, James, only son of Robert Martin, of Ross-House, County Galway, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of Thomas Higinbotham, of Mountjoy-square, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1828612NPDHIGINBOTHAM MrsOn Saturday evening, at Janneville, Stillorgan, after an illness of two days, sincerely regretted, Mrs. Higinbotham, of Gardiner's place. SdeM
LEP-CS1831201NPMHILLAnne At Ardcanny Church, Co. Limerick, on Saturday last, by rhe Rev. Samuel JONES, Rev. J. SULLIVAN, Wesleyan Minister, to Anne, daughter of Mr. G.L. HILL, Tarbert.NickR
FJ1854609NPMHILLAnne June 6, in St Peter's church, Robert WILSON Esq of Leeson Street to Anne eldest daughter of the late William HILL Esq of Donnybrook, Doneraile, co CorkNickR
LGA1813528NPDHILLArundelEsqOn Friday last, at Tipperary, of a spotted fever, in the 32d year of his age, The Rev Thomas HILL, curate of that parish, and son of Arundel HILL, Esq of Doneraile. ...NickR
LEP-CS1830601NPDHILLArundel In Doneraile, aged 81, Mrs. HILL, relict of the late Arundel HILL, Esq.NickR
FJ1844910NPMHILLArundellEsqOn the 2d inst, in Buttevant church, Arundell HILL Esq eldest son of Wiliam HILL Esq of Donnybrook, co Cork, to Elizabeth Georgina, second daughter of the late Jonas STAWELL of Old Court, co Cork, Esq barrister-at-law and niece of the Countess De SALIS and the Baron FOSTERNickR
LEP-CS18291106NPDHILLAverellRev ArchdeaconIn Paris, on the 12th of October, aged 25 years, Averil HILL, Esq. son of the late lamented Archdeacon HILL, of this city (Limerick,) and grandson of that truly independent and excellent citizen, the late Captain HILL, being at the same time, by his maternal line, the grand child of the highly talented and eloquent Hussy BURGH, former Chief Baron of the Irish court of Exchequer. The death of this young Gentleman is deeply deplored by his only surviving parent, who had to watch and witness his last sad painful moments, and to feel that his early death she has to sustain the loss of an amiable and worthy descendant of good and virtuous character we have named, and who will live in the recollection of many who admired their inflexible integrityNickR
LEP-CS18291106NPDHILLAverilEsqIn Paris, on the 12th of October, aged 25 years, Averil HILL, Esq. son of the late lamented Archdeacon HILL, of this city (Limerick,) and grandson of that truly independent and excellent citizen, the late Captain HILL, being at the same time, by his maternal line, the grand child of the highly talented and eloquent Hussy BURGH, former Chief Baron of the Irish court of Exchequer. The death of this young Gentleman is deeply deplored by his only surviving parent, who had to watch and witness his last sad painful moments, and to feel that his early death she has to sustain the loss of an amiable and worthy descendant of good and virtuous character we have named, and who will live in the recollection of many who admired their inflexible integrityNickR
LEP-CS1828606NPSHILLBold Two young gentlemen of Limerick, Messrs GRAYDON and HILL, have succeeded in obtaining scholarships at the examiniations held, last week at the University of Dublin. The number of candidated was over 120 and but 16 vacancies. They were both educated at Mr. GAYER's school in William street, LimerickNickR
WMT J1824101NPMHILLCharlesEsqIn Exeter on the 10th instant, by the Rev. John Marshal, John Gower, Esq. of Dublin to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Charles Hill, Esq., of Hillmount, County Antrim.SdeM
WMT J1828529NPMHILLCharlesRevAt Ballycastle, in the parish Church of Ramoan, by the Rev. Charles Hill, Lieutenant Colonel Savage, late 21st Light Dragoons, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late Edward Miller, of Croagh, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHILLDudleyEsqIn Carlow, on Monday morning, by the Rev. J. Jameson, the Rev. Mr. Dawson, to Ellen, fourth daughter to Dudley Hill, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHILLDudleyEsqOn Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Eleanor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Dudley Hill.SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMHILLDudleyEsqOn Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Elinor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieut.-Col. Sir Dudley St. Hill.SdeM
LEP-CS18331001NPDHILLDudleyEsqIn Carlow, Dudley HILL, Esq Secretary to the Grand Jury. He had numbered nearly four score years. The two days previous to his death, there was born to one of his daughters his forty-sixth grandchildNickR
WMT J18241223NPMHILLDudleyLt-Col SirOn Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Eleanor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Dudley Hill.SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMHILLDudley StLt-Col SirOn Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Elinor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieut.-Col. Sir Dudley St. Hill.SdeM
WMT J1827412NPMHILLE EustaceEsqOn Saturday last, at the Dowager Lady De Clifford's, in South Audley- street, E. Eustace Hill, Esq. (5th Regiment), to Lady Georgiana Keppel, daughter of the Earl of Albemarle. SdeM
WMT J18271004NPDHILLEdwardCaptIn Portugal, Captain Edward Hill, of the 63d Regiment. SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHILLEleanor On Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Eleanor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Dudley Hill.SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMHILLElinor On Monday, the 13th inst. in Carlow Church, the Rev. George B. Dawson, of Fenagh Lodge, County Carlow, to Elinor, daughter of Dudley Hill, Esq. of Carlow, and sister of Lieut.-Col. Sir Dudley St. Hill.SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMHILLElizabeth In St. George's Church on the 3d inst. by the Rev. William Bushe, Elizabet, only daughter of the late Captain Thomas Hill, of the 68th Regt., to David Lucas, Esq., eldest son of the late Francis Lucas, of Drominargie House in the County Armagh.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDHILLEllenMrsAt Springhill, Co. Tipperary, Ellen, wife of Stephen Hill, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMHILLEllen In Carlow, on Monday morning, by the Rev. J. Jameson, the Rev. Mr. Dawson, to Ellen, fourth daughter to Dudley Hill, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS1831201NPMHILLG LEsqAt Ardcanny Church, Co. Limerick, on Saturday last, by rhe Rev. Samuel JONES, Rev. J. SULLIVAN, Wesleyan Minister, to Anne, daughter of Mr. G.L. HILL, Tarbert.NickR
WMT J1834403NPBHILLGeorgeEsqOn Wednesday, the 19th inst., at St. Columb's, the lady of George Hill, Esq., of a son. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMHILLGeorgeEsqOn the 1st instant, at Middleton Church, County Armagh, George Hill, Esq., C.C.P., to Lucinda, daughter of Hugh Harris, of Ashford, Esq., and grand daughter of the late Bishop Porter. SdeM
WMT J1824624NPMHILLHenryMrIn the Church of Lisnakill, County of Waterford, Mr. Henry Hill, of this City, to Anna, eldest daughter of W. Heley, Esq., of Whitfield, County Waterford.SdeM
WMT J18331003NPDHILLHenry In this town, on Monday last, after a severe illness of four weeks, which he bore with Christian patience and resignation, Mr. Henry Hill, Printer. SdeM
LC1799724NPMHILLJamesEsqOn Saturday last, at Glanmire Church, Cork, James HILL, of Doneraile, Esq; to the amaible Miss NORCOTT, daughter of the late Hugh NORCOT, of Cork, EsqNickR
WMT J1830624NPMHILLJohnRevJune 17, married this morning at the parish Church of Enniscoffy, by the Rev. John Hill, Anne, sister of Robert Smyth, Esq., of Gaybrook, and niece to Sir Robert Staples, Bart., to W. M'G. Bond, Esq. of Derrycan, in the county of Armagh. SdeM
FJ1858806NPDHILLJohn August 1, at the Rectory, John Greatrakes, eldest son of the Rev John HILL, rector of DonaghadeeNickR
FJ1858806NPDHILLJohn Greatrakes August 1, at the Rectory, John Greatrakes, eldest son of the Rev John HILL, rector of DonaghadeeNickR
FJ1774611-14NPMHILLLancellotCaptAt Limerick Capt Lancellot HILL to Miss PERRY sister to the Right Hon Edmond Sexton PERY Speaker of the Hon House of CommonsNickR
LEP-CS18291106NPDHILLLancellotCaptIn Paris, on the 12th of October, aged 25 years, Averil HILL, Esq. son of the late lamented Archdeacon HILL, of this city (Limerick,) and grandson of that truly independent and excellent citizen, the late Captain HILL, being at the same time, by his maternal line, the grand child of the highly talented and eloquent Hussy BURGH, former Chief Baron of the Irish court of Exchequer. The death of this young Gentleman is deeply deplored by his only surviving parent, who had to watch and witness his last sad painful moments, and to feel that his early death she has to sustain the loss of an amiable and worthy descendant of good and virtuous character we have named, and who will live in the recollection of many who admired their inflexible integrityNickR
LC1773311NPSHILLLancelotEsqThe Lord Bishop of Limerick has been pleased to appoint Lancelot HILL Esq; to be Registrar of this DioceseNickR
LC1774306NPAHILLLancelotEsqAs there will be a large quantity of Brick wanted for the House of Industry, now begun on North-strand, those who have good to dispose of, are desir'd to send their Proposals for delivery of them at the Building, specifying their size and quality, to Lant Hill, Esq; immediately - March 3NickR
LC1774308NPAHILLLancelotEsqAs there will be a large quantity of Brick wanted for the House of Industry, now begun on the North-strand, those who have good to disposeof, are desir'd tp send their Proposals for delivering them at the Building, specifying their size and quality, to Lant HILL, Esq; immediately. March 3. [Note: The register of the House of Industry 1774-1793 has been published by the Irish Manuscript Commission]NickR
LC_LM1774606NPMHILLLancelotEsqLast Saturday, Lancelot HILL, Esq; to Miss Jane PERY, sister to the Rt Hon. Edmond Sexton PERY, Esq; a Lady possessed of every amiable Qualification that can render the married state truly happy, with a large fortune.NickR
GM17746 NPMHILLLancelotEsqIn Dublin, Capt. Lancelot HILL, to Miss PERY, sister to the Rt. Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, speaker of the Irish House of Commons.NickR
LC1783602NPDHILLLancelotEsqLast Thursday evening, Mrs. HILL, wife of Lancelot HILL, Esq; and sister to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Killala, and to the Rt. Hon. The Speaker. ...NickR
LGA1810202NPSHILLLancelotEsqIt is with concern we have to state the death of that truly amiable and respectable character, Lancelot HILL, Esq. aged 76—he departed this life yesterday morning, at his house in George's-street. (a lamenting poen is published with the notice)NickR
LC1822417NPDHILLLancelotEsqOn Monday evening, at the house of her son, J. J. KIGELL, Esq. Glentworth Street, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. KIGGELL, relict of the late John KIGGELL, Esq, of Camass, and sister of the late Lanc. HILL:, Esq of this city. .. [buried Newcastle LIM]NickR
WMT J1824101NPMHILLMary In Exeter on the 10th instant, by the Rev. John Marshal, John Gower, Esq. of Dublin to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Charles Hill, Esq., of Hillmount, County Antrim.SdeM
WMT J1824902NPDHILLMichaelMrOn Tuesday, at Mount Prospect, County Kilkenny, Mr. Michael Hill.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDHILLStephenEsqAt Springhill, Co. Tipperary, Ellen, wife of Stephen Hill, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMHILLThomasCaptIn St. George's Church on the 3d inst. by the Rev. William Bushe, Elizabet, only daughter of the late Captain Thomas Hill, of the 68th Regt., to David Lucas, Esq., eldest son of the late Francis Lucas, of Drominargie House in the County Armagh.SdeM
LC1827815NPDHILLThomasEsqThis morning, at Castle-Connell, Thomas HILL, Esq. of Mount-Pleasant, in this County—a gentleman who, through life, maintained a character of the strictest integrity, and whose death is sincerely lamented by a numerous family and friends.NickR
WMT J1827823NPDHILLThomasEsqThomas Hill, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, county Limerick. SdeM
CMC1808511NPMHILLThomasMrOn Saturday morning last, in Youghal, by the Rev. Mr. BELL, Mr. Thomas HILL, of this City, to the amiable and agreeable Miss Hannah POLLOCKNickR
LGA1819202NPAHILLThomasMr96 acres of BallyhighNickR
LGA1813528NPDHILLThomasRevOn Friday last, at Tipperary, of a spotted fever, in the 32d year of his age, The Rev Thomas HILL, curate of that parish, and son of Arundel HILL, Esq of Doneraile. ...NickR
FJ1854609NPMHILLWilliamEsqJune 6, in St Peter's church, Robert WILSON Esq of Leeson Street to Anne eldest daughter of the late William HILL Esq of Donnybrook, Doneraile, co CorkNickR
LEP-CS1831325NPDHILLWilliam Downes At Pau, in the South of France, on the 13th instant, William Downes, youngest son of the late Archdeacon HILL, of Limerick, aged 20.NickR
LEP-CS1831325NPDHILL ArchdeaconAt Pau, in the South of France, on the 13th instant, William Downes, youngest son of the late Archdeacon HILL, of Limerick, aged 20.NickR
LC1803601NPSHILLARDRobertEsqTuesday se'nnight died, at Billerough, co. Kerry, Robert HILLARD, Esq; aged 85. The clamatities of this family has been very severe. Almost a month ago, Mr. HILLARD buried his son Robert, aged 26; and last week his son Henry aged 24. The father was remarkably healthy before the decease of his sons;—but burying two from under his roof in so short a period, worked so powerfully upon his aged frame, that he sank under his afflictions, and ended a long life of probity under poignant sorrows. His widow survives the loss of a husband and two sons in a few weeks.NickR
LEP-CS18321113NPDHILLGROVEThomasEsqSuddenly, in Killarney, on Sunday the 4th instant, at the patriachal age of 90 years, Thomas HILLGROVE, Esq., formerly of City of Cork, and one of the oldest freemen of that City, but a resident of Killarney for upwards of half a century. In the year 1798, although theretofore indulging in a more than ordinary share of exercise daily in the open air, he resolved to sequester himself from "the busy haunts of men," dreading the consequences that might result from the rebellion of that year, although Killarney then enjoyed perfect tranquility, but which he considered only as a "deceitful calm," and so religiously did he adhere to his strange resolve, that since but twice has he oe'rstepped his threshold. He enjoyed an almost uninterrupted course of good health ever since, and up to the period of his dissolution, had all his faculties unimpaired.NickR
WMT J1824923NPMHILLIARDGeorgeEsqAt Ardfert Cathedral, George Hilliard, Esq., of Tubrid, to Mary, second daughter of the late Francis Giles, Esq., of Tralee.SdeM
WMT J1824205NPMHILLIARDJohnEsqOn Thursday, in Tralee, John Hilliard, Esq. of Turbrid, to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Robert Hickson, of Fermoylo Castle, Esq., both of Kerry.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPMHILLIERSarah Lately was married at Oldavington, near Bridgewater, after a courtship of sixty years, William Bagg, aged 85 to Sarah Hillier, aged 86.- "Dorset Chronicle".SdeM
WMT J1825120NPDHINCKSFMissIn North Great George's st., aged 53, Miss F. Hincks. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMHINCKSThomasRevOn the 9th instant, at Newtonbreda Church, by the Rev. Thomas Hincks, Mr. John M'Gowan, of Castleplace, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Hugh Marshall, both of Belfast. SdeM
LC1827117NPDHINDESCooteMrAt Fethard, the wife of Mr. Coote HINDES.NickR
WMT J1829305NPMHINDSGeorgeRevOn the 19th inst. in Castlerahan Church, County of Cavan, by the Rev. George Hinds, Alexander Speer Kerr of this city, Esq., Surgeon, to Mary, third daughter of the late Rev. Valentine Griffith, of Mountrath, in the Queen's County. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMHINESFrances In St. Peter's Church, on Saturday last, Frances, second daughter of Joseph Hines, of Sligo, Esq. to John Kidd, of Dundalk, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMHINESJosephEsqIn St. Peter's Church, on Saturday last, Frances, second daughter of Joseph Hines, of Sligo, Esq. to John Kidd, of Dundalk, Esq.SdeM
FJ1818804NPMHINGSTONBeniezer Mundock In Cork, Andrew J WELSTEAD Esq to Catherine daughter of Beniezer Mundock HINGSTON, late Surveyor of Excise at GlandoreNickR
FJ1818804NPMHINGSTONCatherine Isabela In Cork, Andrew J WELSTEAD Esq to Catherine daughter of Beniezer Mundock HINGSTON, late Surveyor of Excise at GlandoreNickR
FJ1817604NPMHINGSTONClayton LoveEsqOn the 29th ult, at Bandon, Clayton Love HINGSTON Esq of Glandore, to Miss Mary Anne Bernard only daughter of the late Rev J HINGSTON, Rector of Lefany, co CorkNickR
FJ1817604NPMHINGSTONJRevOn the 29th ult, at Bandon, Clayton Love HINGSTON Esq of Glandore, to Miss Mary Anne Bernard only daughter of the late Rev J HINGSTON, Rector of Lefany, co CorkNickR
FJ1817604NPMHINGSTONMary Anne BernardMissOn the 29th ult, at Bandon, Clayton Love HINGSTON Esq of Glandore, to Miss Mary Anne Bernard only daughter of the late Rev J HINGSTON, Rector of Lefany, co CorkNickR
FJ1770904NPMHINGSTON MissNear Malow Thomas TUCKEY of Cork Esq to Miss Hingston of KilpadderNickR
LEP-CS1830115NPMHINGSTON Rev DrIn Donnybrook church, Richard R ROGAN Esq garndson of the Rev Dr HINGSTON Vicar Genral of the Dioces of Cloyne to Susan the second daughter of Thomas CHRISTIAN Esq of Charlotte Street DublinNickR
LC1823816NPMHIOLMESMaria Samuel GORDON, Esq. of Clonmel, Attorney, to Maria, daughter of Robert HOLMES, of Springmount.NickR
LC1823816NPMHIOLMESRobertEsqSamuel GORDON, Esq. of Clonmel, Attorney, to Maria, daughter of Robert HOLMES, of Springmount.NickR
WMT J18231113NPMHISLOPThomasLt-Gen Sir BtIn London, Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Hislop, Bart., G.C.B. to Emma, daughter of the Right Hon. Hugh Elliott; and at the same time, Captain Elliott, eldest son of the Right Honourable Hugh Elliott, to Margaret Seymour, only daughter of James Masterton, Esq., of Braw Castle, Perthshire.SdeM
WMT J18231030NPMHITCHENJMrAt Great Buckworth, Mr. J. Hitchen, bookseller of Northwich, to Mrs. Burgess, of Witton; the united age of this couple amount to 169 years – the bridegroom aged 82, and the bride 87.SdeM
WMT J18311124NPMHITCHINGSE HSirAt Oxford, by the Rev. J. Hitchings, A. Armstrong, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Jane Anne, eldest daughter of the late Sir E.H. Hitchings, of Oxford. SdeM
WMT J18311124NPMHITCHINGSJRevAt Oxford, by the Rev. J. Hitchings, A. Armstrong, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Jane Anne, eldest daughter of the late Sir E.H. Hitchings, of Oxford. SdeM
WMT J18311124NPMHITCHINGSJane Anne At Oxford, by the Rev. J. Hitchings, A. Armstrong, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Jane Anne, eldest daughter of the late Sir E.H. Hitchings, of Oxford. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPBHITCHINS MajIn London, the lady of Major Hitchins, Deputy Adjutant-General Madras, of a son. SdeM
LC17771225NPAHOARMichaelMrTo be let from the 25th of March, next, for such term as shal be agreed upon, the lands of Ballycullane, formerly held by Mr. Michael HOAR, and now by his undertenants, containing 212A. 28P. as also the lands of Tralouse, containing 89A. 3R. both plantation measure, and now in the possession of Mr. John FITZGIBBON; those Grounds lie within four miles of Charleville, one of Kilmallock, and three of Bruff; there is a good dwelling House on each of those Farms, and some labourers Cabbins. Proposals in writing will be received by Mrs. SMYTH at Ballintrea, near Youghall; notwithstanding a report propergated, there has not, nor will there be a promise of preference made any person, but to the highest and best bidder, and tenants declared the 1st February. This to be continued one month. Dec. 1.NickR
WMT J1825210NPMHOAREDodsonEsqAt Limerick Cathedral, by the Dean of Limerick, Godfrey Massey, Esq., to Susanna, only daughter of the late Dodson Hoare, Esq. SdeM
HC17731014NPMHOAREEdwardCornetA few days ago, at Gort, co. Galway, Cornet HOARE, of the 13th Regiment of Dragoons, to the amiable Miss Martha TYRRELL, daughter of Richard TYRRELL, Esq [MS RoD V 403 p 262 Mem 267920]NickR
LGA18131105NPMHOAREEdward HRevOn Wednesday morning by the Rev Edward HOARE at Georges church, Joseph SIRR eldest son of Henry C SIRR Town Major of Dublin to Elizabeth only daughter of the Rev Edward H HOARE of Richmand Place in this cityNickR
LGA18131105NPMHOAREElizabethMissOn Wednesday morning by the Rev Edward HOARE at Georges church, Joseph SIRR eldest son of Henry C SIRR Town Major of Dublin to Elizabeth only daughter of the Rev Edward H HOARE of Richmand Place in this cityNickR
LEP-CS1831121NPMHOAREJohnEsqAt Rio de Janerio John HOARE Esq merchant of that city to Mrs MCKERRELL relict of the late Mr MCKERRELL of Bahia 3rd daut of Wm PENNELL Esq his Britanic Maj's Consul General at the court of Rio & sis-in-law to the Rt Hon John Wilson CROKERNickR
LC1801919NPMHOAREJohnRevThis morning at George's Church by the Rev. John HOARE, Edward CREED. Esq; of the city of Cork, to Miss RUSSELL, daughter of the late William RUSSELL, Esq; of this City.NickR
WMT J1824513NPMHOAREJosephSir BartOn the 5th instant, in Galway, Lieutenant S. Burke, on half-pay of the 47th Regiment, and Chief Constable of the barony of Bantry, in the county Cork, grandson of the late Sir Walter Blake, Bart. of Menlough Castle, to Julianne, second daughter of Joseph Blake, Esq., and grand-daughter of the late Sir Joseph Hoare, Bart. of the county Cork.SdeM
LGA1820718NPDHOAREMichaelEsqIn Cork, Mrs HOARE, relict of Michael HOARE, Esq. formerly relict of the late George PIERCY, Esq. By this lady's death, and pursuant to the will of the late Mr. PIERCY, his estate has now become the property of Edmond KNAPP, Esq. now Edmond KNAPP PIERCY, EsqNickR
WMT J1825210NPMHOARESusanna At Limerick Cathedral, by the Dean of Limerick, Godfrey Massey, Esq., to Susanna, only daughter of the late Dodson Hoare, Esq. SdeM
LGA1820718NPDHOAREwidow of PIERCYMrsIn Cork, Mrs HOARE, relict of Michael HOARE, Esq. formerly relict of the late George PIERCY, Esq. By this lady's death, and pursuant to the will of the late Mr. PIERCY, his estate has now become the property of Edmond KNAPP, Esq. now Edmond KNAPP PIERCY, EsqNickR
LGA1806506NPMHOAREWillaimRevYesterday 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 AttorneyNickR
LGA18121204NPSHOARE Rev ChancellorReport of case on consitorial courtNickR
WMT J1825512NPDHOBARTJohn (sen)MrAt Eyrecourt, in the County Galway, on the 2d inst. in the 77th year of his age, Mr. John Hobart, senior ... SdeM
FJ1835212NPMHOBARTRichardEsqIn Saturday last, Croker BARRINGTON, of Limerick Esq to Sarah daughter the late Richard HOBART of Oakland House, Chilterham, Esq barrister at lawNickR
FJ1835212NPMHOBARTSarah In Saturday last, Croker BARRINGTON, of Limerick Esq to Sarah daughter the late Richard HOBART of Oakland House, Chilterham, Esq barrister at lawNickR
WMT J18251020NPMHOBBSGeorgeEsqGeorge Hobbs, Esq. of the Constabulary to Jane, second daughter of the late George Bayley, of Newgrove, Co. Tipperary, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823731NPMHOBBSHenry WilliamEsqOn Wednesday last, at Birr Church, by the Rev. Abraham Downes, Henry William Hobbs, Esq. of Millbrook-Lodge, King's County, to Matilda, youngest daughter of the late G. Bayly, Esq. of Newtown, County Tipperary.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMHOBERT Rev MrAt Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev. Mr. Hobert, Henry Westby Brady, Esq., of New Anne, County of Dublin, to Charlotte Eliza, third daughter of John Westrop, Esq., of Attyfin, County of Limerick.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMHOBHOUSEHarriet The Rev. H. Jenkyns, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and Professor of Greek in Durham University, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Henry Hobhouse.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMHOBHOUSEHenryRt HonThe Rev. H. Jenkyns, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and Professor of Greek in Durham University, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Henry Hobhouse.SdeM
WMT J1829402NPMHOBSONCatherine On the 19th January last, in Trinity Church, in the Island of Trinidad, by the Rev. George Cummins, Francis Robinson Wallen, Esq. of that Colony, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the Honorable Charles G. Hobson, of the Island of Dominica. SdeM
WMT J1829402NPMHOBSONCharles GHonOn the 19th January last, in Trinity Church, in the Island of Trinidad, by the Rev. George Cummins, Francis Robinson Wallen, Esq. of that Colony, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the Honorable Charles G. Hobson, of the Island of Dominica. SdeM
WMT J1827315NPMHOBSONElizabeth In Waterford, Thomas Sheppard, Esq. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Samuel Hobson, Assistant-Barrister of the county Cork. SdeM
WMT J1823227NPMHOBSONJRevOn the 12th instant, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. J. Hobson, Charles Bracker DeHugo, Captain Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment of the Royal Guards, in the French service, to Elizabeth Jane, youngest daughter of the late Theophilus Blakeney of Abbert, in the county of Galway.SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMHOBSONRRevThursday morning in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. R. Hobson, James Lawson, Esq. of Waterford, to Maria Helena, eldest daughter of L. Plunkett, Esq. of Portmarnock, County of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18261019NPMHOBSONRichardRevOn the 12th instant, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hobson, Robert Adams, Esq., third son of Samuel Adams, of Ardpatrick, in the County of Louth, Esq., to Marianne, only daughter of the late Paul Le Bas, of Stephen's green, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827315NPMHOBSONSamuel In Waterford, Thomas Sheppard, Esq. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Samuel Hobson, Assistant-Barrister of the county Cork. SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMHOBSON Rev MrOn the 12th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Hobson, in the parish Church of St. Peter's, Dublin, Thos. Codd, Esq., jun., Painstown, county Meath, to Hariet Amelia, eldest daughter of John Echlin, Esq., Cottage Terrace, Dublin. SdeM
HC1772302NPDHODDERAnne (nee NEWENHAM)MrsLast 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.NickR
FJ1856114NPMHODDERFrancisEsqJanuary 8, at Carrigaline, the Rev John LEE, son of the late Rev Richard LEE, rector of Inniskenny, co Cork, to Jane Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Francis HODDER Esq of Balles Castle, in the same coNickR
CMC1810108NPMHODDERFrancisMrSaturday morning at St Nicholas Church, by the Rev William CHATTERTON, Mr Francis HODDER, of this city, to Miss Matilda KIFT, daughter of the late Mr Thomas KIFTNickR
HC1772302NPDHODDERFrancisMrsLast 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.NickR
LC18261206NPDHODDERFrancis SamuelEsqIn Cork, Francis Samuel HODDER, Esq of RingabellaNickR
FJ1856114NPMHODDERJane Eleanor January 8, at Carrigaline, the Rev John LEE, son of the late Rev Richard LEE, rector of Inniskenny, co Cork, to Jane Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Francis HODDER Esq of Balles Castle, in the same coNickR
LGA1812327NPDHODDERMargaret (nee LYSAGHT)Hon MrsAt Cashel, at an advanced age, the Hon Mrs Margaret HODDER, relict of the late William HODDER, of Hoddersfield, county Cork, Esq and daughter of John first lord Lisle of Mount NorthNickR
WMT J1834403NPMHODDERRobertEsq Lt RNIn Belfast, Robert Hodder, Esq., Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, Port Surveyor of Limerick, to Ellen Jane, eldest daughter of W.H. Craig, Esq., late Captain in the Royal Marines. SdeM
LGA1812327NPDHODDERWilliamEsqAt Cashel, at an advanced age, the Hon Mrs Margaret HODDER, relict of the late William HODDER, of Hoddersfield, county Cork, Esq and daughter of John first lord Lisle of Mount NorthNickR
LEP-CS1828422NPMHODDERWilliam Henry MooreEsqIn Lucan Church, Lt-Col William Henry Moore HODDER, eldest son of William Henry Moore HODDER, of Hoddersfield, County Cork, Esq. to Charlotte daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir Nicholas Conway COLEHURST, Bart MP Ardrum CORNickR
WMT J1834417NPDHODDERWilliam Henry MooreEsq ColAt Hoddersfield, William Henry Moore Hodder, Esq., Colonel of the North Cork Regiment of Militia, and one of the Governors of the County previously to the appointment of Lords Lieutenant. SdeM
LEP-CS1828422NPMHODDERWilliam Henry MooreLt-ColIn Lucan Church, Lt-Col William Henry Moore HODDER, eldest son of William Henry Moore HODDER, of Hoddersfield, County Cork, Esq. to Charlotte daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir Nicholas Conway COLEHURST, Bart MP Ardrum CORNickR
FJ1859103NPMHODGEEmma December 28, in Edinburgh, Capt R OLDFIELD, in the Royal Artillery, fourth surviving son of Maj-Gen John OLDFIELD, Royal Engineers, Oldfield Lawns, Sussex, to Emma, fourth daughter of the late Joseph HODGE, Esq, Truro, CornwallNickR
FJ1859103NPMHODGEJosephEsqDecember 28, in Edinburgh, Capt R OLDFIELD, in the Royal Artillery, fourth surviving son of Maj-Gen John OLDFIELD, Royal Engineers, Oldfield Lawns, Sussex, to Emma, fourth daughter of the late Joseph HODGE, Esq, Truro, CornwallNickR
WMT J1827412NPMHODGENSJaneMissIn Marlborough-street, James Hickey, Esq. to Miss Jane Hodgens, both of the city of Dublin. SdeM
LGA1819723NPSHODGESGeorge WEsqCommittals
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To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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LC1826719NPSHODGESJane Case about insurance claimsNickR
LGA18131029NPN/SHODGESJohn TaylorGentThe Earl of Ormond has been pleased to appoint John Taylor HODGES of Maryfield near this city, Gent, to an Ensignry in the Kilkenny RegimentNickR
WMT J1823109NPDHODGESThomasEsqIn Shanagolden, County Limerick, Thomas Hodges, Esq., Attorney at Law. He retired to bed on Sunday evening in apparent good health, and was dead on Monday morning. His wife died only a few days before.SdeM
WMT J1829702NPMHODGESWilliamEsqAt Carnew Church, Wm. Hodges, Esq. to Isabel, daughter of the late James Symes, of Coolboy, Co. Wicklow, Esq. SdeM
LC1824424NPMHODGESONMary William P MATHEWS, Esq of Dublin Castle, to May, daughter of Thomas HODGESON, of Rutland Square, esqNickR
LC1824424NPMHODGESONThomasEsqWilliam P MATHEWS, Esq of Dublin Castle, to May, daughter of Thomas HODGESON, of Rutland Square, esqNickR
WMT J1834417NPDHODSONGeorge FrederickSir BartOn the 2d inst., at Kingstown, Anne, relict of the late Walter Henry Nugent, Esq., of Carpenterstown, County of Westmeath, and aunt to Sir George Frederick Hodson, Bart., Hollybrook-House, County of Wicklow. SdeM
WMT J1829528NPMHODSONJohnEsqMay 23, in Mount Temple Church, by the Rev. Henry M'Lean, Henry M. Bond, of Newtown Bond, in the co. of Longford, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of John Hodson, of Twyford, in this county, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829528NPMHODSONMary May 23, in Mount Temple Church, by the Rev. Henry M'Lean, Henry M. Bond, of Newtown Bond, in the co. of Longford, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of John Hodson, of Twyford, in this county, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDHODSONRLtAt Corofin, county Clare, Lieutenant R. Hodson, on half pay of the 40th regiment. SdeM
WMT J18311020NPDHODSONRobertSirWe have heard a report of the death of that inestimable young gentleman, Sir Robert Hodson, of Greenpark, in this County. His death has caused a universal gloom, among his numerous circle of acquaintance, by whom he was sincerely beloved. SdeM
WMT J18261130NPSHODSONRobertSir BartSir Robert Hodson, Bart. of Green-park, is to be the High Sheriff of this County the ensuing year. SdeM
WMT J1827208NPSHODSONRobertSir BartOn the 5th inst. Sir Robert Hodson, Bart. of Greenpark, was sworn in High Sheriff of this County, and William Cuffe, of Kilbeggan, Esq. under Sheriff for this year. SdeM
WMT J1827531NPDHODSONSamuelRevOn the 26th inst. at his residence, Hodson's Bay, Co. Roscommon, the Rev. Samuel Hodson, aged 71, many years a Magistrate for that Co. and late Garrison Chaplain of Athlone. SdeM
WMT J1825818NPBHODSONWilliamEsqAt Lamancha, on the 15th inst. the Lady of William Hodson, Esq. of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPBHODSONWilliamEsqOn the 16th inst. at La Mancha, the Lady of William Hodson, Esq. of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1829910NPBHODSONWilliamEsqOn the 9th inst. at La Mancha, the Lady of Wm. Hodson, Esq. of a son. SdeM
WMT J1832412NPBHODSONWilliamEsqOn the 7th inst., at La Mancha, the Lady of William Hodson, Esq., of a son. SdeM
WMT J18331024NPSHODSON LtSUICIDE OF A BRITISH OFFICER... Lieutenant Hodson, on half-pay of the 14th Dragoons, shot himself through the heart on Tuesday morning, at the Hotel Meurice, Rue de Rivoli, Paris. The deceased was an uncommonly fine young man - tall, well made, much known, and generally liked - He was a native of Dublin, and inherited two tolerably large fortunes, both of which he is said to have dissipated in Paris, principally at the Salon in the Rue Richelieu. SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMHOEY MissOn the 6th instant, by the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Peter Henry Caulfield, of Kilkea Castle, County Kildare, Esq., to Miss Hoey, of Dominick-street, in the City of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231023NPMHOGANCaroline Anna On Thursday the 16th instant, in Kilkenny-west Church, by the Rev. R.B. Bryan, the Reverend Alexander Burrowes Campbell, son of the late Burrowes Campbell, Barrister at Law, to Caroline Anna, youngest daughter of John Hogan, Esq. of Auburn, in this County.SdeM
LC1827414NPSHOGANEdmond, John, Mathew and Michael The four HOGANs found guilty on Friday, at the Clonmel Assizes, of the manslaughter of Charles MCCARTHY at the fair of Kilfeacle, last July, were conveyed next day to the hulks at Cove, for transportation for life. This Mr. Sergeant BLACKBURNE pledged himself to effect, after their sentence was passed. They were of a very respectable class of farmers, but unfortunately for themselves and their families they were leaders of a faction, which has been in existance these sixty years. Their sudden departure, amidst the lamentations of their numerous relatives and friends, was truly deplorable.NickR
LHMA17891207NPDHOGANJMrYesterday morning, Mrs. HOGAN, wife of Mr. J. HOGAN, woollen draper, of this city. ąNickR
WMT J18231023NPMHOGANJohnEsqOn Thursday the 16th instant, in Kilkenny-west Church, by the Rev. R.B. Bryan, the Reverend Alexander Burrowes Campbell, son of the late Burrowes Campbell, Barrister at Law, to Caroline Anna, youngest daughter of John Hogan, Esq. of Auburn, in this County.SdeM
LGA1812313NPSHOGANJohn In the county Court ... John HOGAN, for attacking the house of Pat. DREW Rockfield, by night—to be transported for seven yearsNickR
LGA1819723NPSHOGANJohn Committals
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To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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LGA1815210NPMHOGANPRevTuesday, by the Rev P HOGAN, Mr Edward GAYER, of William Street, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr James RYAN, woolen and linnen draperNickR
LC1827707NPMHOGANPV RevThis morning, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. Henry GUBBINS, and mmediately after, at the house of her father, by the Very Rev. P. HOGAN, David FERGUSON, Jun. Esq. of Rathkeale, to Catherine Livinia, second daughter of John FITZGERALD, Esq. of this City, Solicitor. After the ceremony, the happy pair proceeded to the enchanting outlets of Cork.NickR
LEP-CS18301005NPMHOGANPVery 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
LEP-CS18281107NPMHOGANTRevYesterday, at her father's house, Rathkeale, by the Rev. T. HOGAN, V. G., Mary, eldest daughter of Samuel LEAKE, Esq. to John FERGUSON, Esq. solicitorNickR
LEP-CS1828411NPSHOGANThomas On Tuesday night, a carman, named Thomas HOGAN, fell into the river, at Shannon-quay, Limerick, and was drowned. The deceased served in the Navy under Lord Cochrane, and had lost an eye in the service. He has left a wife and five children.NickR
LEP-CS1832106NPSHOGANWilliam Sunday last, the body of a Clonmel boatman, named William HOGAN, who had been missing during the last three weeks, was found in the river near the Market-House, Waterford.NickR
WMT J1829305NPMHOGAN MrOn Saturday last in this town, Miss Doyle, to Mr. Hogan, principal of the Mullingar Classical and Mercantile Academy. SdeM
LHMA17891207NPDHOGAN MrsYesterday morning, Mrs. HOGAN, wife of Mr. J. HOGAN, woollen draper, of this city. ąNickR
LEP-CS1833222NPMHOGAN Very Rev DrAt her father's house in Catherine Street, by the Very Rev Dr HOGAN, Jane eldest daughter of Mr John O'D JOYNT to Mr Michael RYAN of Bedford RowNickR
LEP-CS1828819NPMHOGAN VRev DrOn Sunday, at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr FITZGERALD and afterwards at her brother's house in William Street Limerick by the Very REV Dr HOGAN, Sarah, daughter of the late James PEACOCKE, Esq to Mr John HOLIHAN grocer and wine merchant of the same streetNickR
LC1825420NPSHOGAN  On Sunday evening, a man named HOGAN fell into a bog-hole at Abane, and perished. He was rather an idiot, and subject to fits.NickR
FJ1835713NPMHOGGAndrewRevOn the 10th inst, in Mark's church, the Rev Andrew HOGG to Jane relict of Edward WALDRON of Drumana EsqNickR
LC1835715NPMHOGGAndrewRevIn Mark's church, Dublin, the Rev Andrew HOGG to Jane relict of Edward WALDRON of Drumna, EsqNickR
WMT J18231113NPMHOGGEliza At the Friends' Meeting-house, Dungannon, James Pim, Jun., of Dublin, to Eliza Hogg, eldest daughter of Jonathon Hogg, of Redford, County Tyrone.SdeM
WMT J1827215NPSHOGGJamesEsqOn the night of Thursday, last a party of the Constabulary stationed at Strokestown, under the command of James Hogg, Esq. at Gillstown, a Magistrate for the Co. of Roscommon, apprehended at the village of Carginbawn, in the Parish of Kilglass, in this Co. a man named John Bohannan, alias Buchannan, charged with the murder of Thomas Needham, at Glanmore in the Co. of Longford, on the 11th of June last. Bohannan had been advertised in "The Hue and Cry" for a considerable time. Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Hogg for the zeal and activity displayed by him on the occasion. Bohannan has been committed to Longford gaol for trial at the ensuing Assizes. SdeM
LC1834621NPAHOGGJohnRevLimerick School - The Rev John HOGG formerly scholar of Dublin College, Principal ... three DREW children mentionedNickR
WMT J18231113NPMHOGGJonathon At the Friends' Meeting-house, Dungannon, James Pim, Jun., of Dublin, to Eliza Hogg, eldest daughter of Jonathon Hogg, of Redford, County Tyrone.SdeM
FJ18591226NPMHOGG Rev DrDecember 20, at Randalstown, by the Rev Dr HOGG, John KERR, Esq, of Holly Park, to Martha, daughter of John CASHELL, Esq, randalstownNickR
FJ1850306NPMHOLDSWORTHMaria In Liverpool, G W CASHEL Esq eldest son of R P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines Castle, co Tiperary, to Maria fifth daughter of the late William HOLDSWORTH; also at the Silvermines church, George BELTON Esq of Nenagh, to Henriette Annie Mary youngest daughter of the late R P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines CastleNickR
FJ1850306NPMHOLDSWORTHWilliamEsqIn Liverpool, G W CASHEL Esq eldest son of R P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines Castle, co Tiperary, to Maria fifth daughter of the late William HOLDSWORTH; also at the Silvermines church, George BELTON Esq of Nenagh, to Henriette Annie Mary youngest daughter of the late R P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines CastleNickR
LEP-CS1828819NPMHOLIHANJohnMrOn Sunday, at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr FITZGERALD and afterwards at her brother's house in William Street Limerick by the Very REV Dr HOGAN, Sarah, daughter of the late James PEACOCKE, Esq to Mr John HOLIHAN grocer and wine merchant of the same streetNickR
WMT J1826427NPDHOLIN MrAt his house Portobello, County Dublin, Mr. Holin, of Bachelor's-walk, aged 57. SdeM
WMT J1824108NPDHOLLANDWEsqAt Rochdale, aged 80, W. Holland, Esq., who, from his age and experience, was justly styled by many sporting men, the father of the turf.SdeM
LC1821721NPDHOLLANDWilliamEsqLast night, at his house in Bridge-street, Wm. HOLLAND, Esq. Attorney at Law, and Notary Public- a gentleman of the strictest prinnciples of integrity, and much regretted by his acquaintance.NickR
LGA1814405NPMHOLLAND Rev MrOn Saturday last by the Rev Mr HOLLAND at her mother's residence Lodge, nesr Six-Mile-Bridge, county Clare, Edward Lucius WILSON Esq of Streamstown in said county to Christina daughter of Edward FERRITER Esq of RN & grandniece of late Earl of DonnoghmoreNickR
LC1827613NPDHOLMES(nee TAYLOR)MrsMrs HOLMES, relict of Samuel Holmes, of New Holand, County Armagh, Esq and sister of Robert TAYLOR, of Mount-Heaton, King's County, EsqNickR
LGA18101130NPMHOLMESArabellaMissOn Wednesday last Edmond FENNEL, of this city, Esq to Miss HOLMES, daughter to Francis HOLMES, Esq of Newpark, in this county, and grand-daughter to the late Richard FITZGERALD, Knight of Glinn.NickR
LGA1816213NPMHOLMESBenjamin HayesCaptAt 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
WMT J1824527NPDHOLMESCMrsAt her house, Usher's quay, in the 69th year of her age, Mrs. C. Holmes.SdeM
LGA1811101NPMHOLMESCatherineMissThis 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, EsqNickR
LRTV1863102NPDHOLMESCharlesEsq
Death of Charles HOLMES, Esq
  We have to record the death of a venerable and worthy man – Charles HOLMES, Esq., of Kilquane – who lived far beyond the term allotted to the human race, and who, during a very prolonged career, won the esteem, the respect, and the affection of all who were acquainted with his admirable disposition and honourable character.  : He was father to Messrs. Robert and J HOLMES of Athlunkard.  He had reached the patriarchial age of 104 years, in the perfect enjoyment of every faculty until the day of his death, which took place on Wednesday, the 31st ult.  He was always of active and energetic habits–of a tranquil and sprightly temperament.  He remembered well many of those men who had taken part in the last seiges of Limerick; and it was his custom to speak of incidents in the olden times with delight.  His remains were this day conveyed to their last resting place of his ancestors in the old Churchyard of Kilquane, attended by a numerous and highly respectable funeral procession.– R.I.P.
NickR
LGA1820204NPDHOLMESCharles DavenportEsqIn Dublin, aged 18, Charles Davenport HOLMES, Esq, a student at Trinity CollegeNickR
LC1823507NPMHOLMESDavidEsqAt Richmond, David HOLMES, Esq, second son of the late Robert HOLMES, Esq, of Ballyadam, County Limerick, to Anne, third daughter of the late Sir Charles PRICE, of Spring-grove, Surrey, Baronet.NickR
FJ1860227NPMHOLMESEleanor Frances Carleton February 21, at St Mary's Church, James Coote SHUTER esq only son of the late John SHUTER Esq of Dungannon, co Tyrone, to Eleanor Frances Carleton, eldest daughter of the late William HOLMES Esq Burnhill House, Stewartstown and late Sess Crown SolicitorNickR

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Richard ALLEN  Elizabeth AUSTIN  Part 02
Samuel Adams AUSTIN  John BARRETT  Part 03
John Carter BARRETT  [Margaret] BELLINGHAM  Part 04
Alan BELLINGHAM  Samuel BENNETT  Part 05
Samuel BENNETT   BINDON  Part 06
BINDON  Handcock Stanley BOND  Part 07
Henry Coote BOND  R BOYCE  Part 08
R BOYCE  Henry BRISCOE  Part 09
Henry BRISCOE  Mary Ann BURKE  Part 10
Mary Elizabeth BURKE   CAMPION  Part 11
James CANE  Henry G CASHEL  Part 12
Henry G CASHEL  Robert M CHAMNEY  Part 13
Sarah CHAMNEY  Marshal CLARKE  Part 14
Mary Anne CLARKE  Maurice COLLINS  Part 15
Patrick COLLINS  Charles COOTE  Part 16
Charles COOTE  JC [recte Charles John] COOTE  Part 17
John COOTE  Richard COX  Part 18
Robert COX  Catherine CROKER  Part 19
Catherine CROKER  Georgina (nee MONCK) CROKER  Part 20
Georgina (nee MONK) CROKER  John Wilson CROKER  Part 21
John Wilson CROKER  Walter CROKER  Part 22
William CROKER  Edward CUSACK  Part 23
Frances Catherine CUSACK  James Godfrey DE BURGH  Part 24
James Godfrey DE BURGH  Thomas DIXON  Part 25
William DIXON  Browning DREW  Part 26
Caroline Jane DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 27
Pierce William DREW  Thomas Alexander DWYER  Part 28
William DWYER   ESQ  Part 29
ESQ  David FERGUSON  Part 30
Eliza FERGUSON   FITZGIBBON  Part 31
John FITZ-GIBBON  Chichester FORTESCUE  Part 32
Chichester the elder FORTESCUE  David GALAVAN  Part 33
Ellen GALAVAN  Walter GLASCOCK  Part 34
John GLASCOTT  Nicholas GOSLIN  Part 35
Elizabeth GOSS  Edward GRAY  Part 36
George GRAY  William L GUINNESS  Part 37
GUINNESS  Anna Margaret HARDING  Part 38
Arabella HARDING  Mountiford John HAY  Part 39
Philip HAY  Anna HICKEY  Part 40
Bridget HICKEY  Eleanor Frances Carleton HOLMES  Part 41
Ellen HOLMES  Jane HORNIDGE  Part 42
John HORNIDGE  Cornelius HYDE  Part 43
George HYDE   JERVEISE  Part 44
W H JERVIS  Jane K[EAN]E  Part 45
John K[EAN]E  Miles KEON  Part 46
Miles KEON  Edy LACY  Part 47
Frantz Territz LACY  Charles LAURENT  Part 48
Amelia LAW  John LEE  Part 49
John LEE   LEIGH  Part 50
LEIGH  Richard LLOYD  Part 51
Richard Pennefather LLOYD  John Charles LYONS  Part 52
Margaret LYONS  Daniel MAHONY  Part 53
Daniel MAHONY  Eliza Rosetta MASSEY DAWSON  Part 54
J H MASSEY DAWSON  William Thomas MAUNSELL  Part 55
William Wray MAUNSELL  Margaret Frances M'CREADY  Part 56
Thomas M'CREADY  Mark Anthony MILLS  Part 57
William MILLS  Hannah MONSELL[MAUNSELL]  Part 58
William Thomas MONSELL[MAUNSELL]  Richard MORRIS  Part 59
Richard MORRIS  Job NEAL  Part 60
Peter Lindsay NEAL  Cornelius O'BRIEN  Part 61
Cornelius O'BRIEN  Standish O'GRADY  Part 62
Standish O'GRADY   ORMSBY  Part 63
ORMSBY  William PATTON  Part 64
Anne PAUL  Lovel PENNELL  Part 65
Meliscent PENNELL  [nee WEEKES] PHILLIPS  Part 66
Arabella PHILLIPS  Margaret PRATT  Part 67
PRATT  Giles REA  Part 68
Helen Anderson REA   RICHARDS  Part 69
[Thomas] RICHARDSON  Michael ROGERS  Part 70
Richard Henry ROGERS  Catherine Anne RYAN  Part 71
Charlotte RYAN  L SANDES  Part 72
Lancelot SANDES  Robert SHEA  Part 73
Thomas SHEA  Thomas SLOANE  Part 74
Richard SMALLMAN  Richard SPREAD  Part 75
Thomas D SPREAD  Edward STRANGMAN  Part 76
Eliza STRANGMAN  Joseph SWAN  Part 77
Joseph SWAN  John TANDY  Part 78
Mary TANDY  Robert Hancock TEMPLE  Part 79
Vesey TEMPLE  Chauncy Hare TOWNSEND  Part 80
Christopher TOWNSEND  Benjamin UNTHANK  Part 81
Deborah UNTHANK  Jemima Julia WALDRON  Part 82
Jeoffrey WALDRON  John Croker WALSHE  Part 83
William Henry WALTON  Katherine WESTROPP  Part 84
Ralph WESTROPP  Catherine WILKINSON  Part 85
George WILKINSON  Margaret WILSON  Part 86
Margaret (?nee LE BAS ow TWIGG) WILSON  Toler Kingsley WOLFE  Part 87
Toler Kingsley WOLFE    Part 88
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