King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 48

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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WMT J18231127NPMMAGEEThomas PercevalRevOn the 13th instant at the Parish Church of Cooloch, by the Rev. Thomas Perceval Magee, Domestic Chaplain to his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, the Rev. William Mochoncy, to Anna Letitia King, third daughter of the late Steuart King, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824902NPMMAGEEThomas PercevalRevIn St. Peter's Church, on the 18th of August, by the Rev. Thomas Perceval Magee, Robert, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Truell, of Fitzwilliam-square, to Phoebe, fourth daughter of the Rev. Dr. Vesey, of Merrion-square.SdeM
WMT J1827927NPMMAGEEWEsqAt Celbridge, W. Magee, Esq. of Bray, to Charlotte Maria, third daughter of W. Leslie, of Celbridge, Co. Kildare, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827412NPMMAGEEWilliamArchbishop of DublinOn Saturday last, at Swanswick Church, Bath, by the Rev. William Magee, Elizabeth Frances, eldest daughter of Major General de Butts of the Royal Engineers, to the Rev. T. Perceval Magee, second son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18271115NPMMAGEEWilliamArchbishop of DublinThe Rev. Wm. Magee, son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, to C. Elizabeth Foot, daughter of the late Jeffrey Foot, of Hollypark, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827412NPMMAGEEWilliamRevOn Saturday last, at Swanswick Church, Bath, by the Rev. William Magee, Elizabeth Frances, eldest daughter of Major General de Butts of the Royal Engineers, to the Rev. T. Perceval Magee, second son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18271115NPMMAGEEWilliamRevThe Rev. Wm. Magee, son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, to C. Elizabeth Foot, daughter of the late Jeffrey Foot, of Hollypark, Esq. SdeM
FLJ17871020NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqWilliam Snell MAGEE, to Miss CROKER-KING, daughter of Samuel CROKER-KING, esqNickR
LGA1820411NPSMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqThe following gentlemen have bee elected govenors and directors of the Bank of Ireland ... Directors ... Wm. S. MAGEE ...EsqrsNickR
FJ1825802NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 26th ult at Edinburgh, Robert MAGEE Esq eldest son of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green in the co Dublin, to Jessy daughter of Richard PRENTICE Esq of Princes St EdinburghNickR
FJ1842421NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 19th inst, in Stillorgan church, Capt T P WILLIAMSON late 93d Highlanders to Mary youngest daughter of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons GreenNickR
FJ1846723NPDMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 18th inst, aged 85, William Snell NAGEE Esq of Parson's-green StillorganNickR
FJ1848107NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqIn Stillorgan church, James HAMILTON Esq of Chelsea London to Rebecca third daughter of the late Wiliam Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green SitllorganNickR
FJ1848221NPDMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 11th inst, at Parson's Green, Stillorgan, Anne, eldest daughter of the late William Snell MAGEE EsqNickR
FJ18111129NPSMAGEEWilliam Snell .. the names of the pannel upon the trial of Dr SHERIDAN, as called on Thursday last ... Wm S MAGEE,.... Edward CROKER ...NickR
LEP-CS1833108NPSMAGEE ArchdeaconMary CASEY, a helpless widow, aged 87 years, living at Blackditch, County Wicklow, in a letter to the Editor of the Register, writes in the following heart-bursting strain:—
  "Having a cabin and about sixty perches of ground, (which was formerly a gravel quarry,) being a gratuity from Earl Fitzwilliam, no clergyman ever demanded tithe of me, until Archdeacon MAGEE served me with a subpoena for 3s. 4˘d. and threatens to take the blanket from my bed!" (What will "Blanket" STANLEY say to this?)
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WMT J1824729NPMMAGENNISElizabeth On the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMMAGENNISFlorence Catherine On Monday, at St. James's Church, London, J.A. Warre, Esq., M.P. of Cheddon Filey Paine, in the County of Somerset, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter of Richard Magennis, Esq., M.P. for Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMMAGENNISREsq MPOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMMAGENNISRichardEsqOn Monday, at St. James's Church, London, J.A. Warre, Esq., M.P. of Cheddon Filey Paine, in the County of Somerset, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter of Richard Magennis, Esq., M.P. for Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPMMAGENNIS VRev DeanAt the Church, Kilmore Palace, Co. of Cavan, on the 11th instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Magennis, John Carmichael, of Temple-street, Esq. to Jane Amelia, second daughter of Robert Bell Booth, of Drumcarbon, County Cavan, Esq.SdeM
LS18411230NPMMAGILLJamesEsqIn Tralee church, the Rev henry Lancelot SANDES son of the late Lancelot SANDES Esq of Kileavan in the King's co, to Jane eldest daughter of Janes MAGILL Esq formerly of Tralee co Kerry and Glenlyon, co WestmesthNickR
LS18411230NPMMAGILLJane In Tralee church, the Rev henry Lancelot SANDES son of the late Lancelot SANDES Esq of Kileavan in the King's co, to Jane eldest daughter of Janes MAGILL Esq formerly of Tralee co Kerry and Glenlyon, co WestmesthNickR
WHM18036 NPDMAGRATHEleanor (ow MOORE)MrsIn Kilkenny, Mrs Eleanor MAGRATH wife of Lt-Col MAGRATH and relict of the late Chidley MOORE of Clonmel in the co of Tipperary, EsqNickR
FJ1801606dNPSMAGRATHJohn On Wednesday last, by direction of the superintendent Magistrate Mr WILSON, the peace officer, with the assistance of petty constables apprehended John MAGRATH; Mat WHELAN, Thos KELLY, Hugh LAUGHLIN and Peter DOOLAN charged with robbingNickR
LGA1819601NPMMAGRATHPatrickEsqThursday morning, in Cork, Patrick MAGRATH, of Fortlands, near Charleville, Esq. to Anne, only daughter of the late John HAYES, of that city, Esq.NickR
WMT J1827322NPMMAGRATHPeter ASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
WHM18036 NPDMAGRATH Lt-ColIn Kilkenny, Mrs Eleanor MAGRATH wife of Lt-Col MAGRATH and relict of the late Chidley MOORE of Clonmel in the co of Tipperary, EsqNickR
Pue'sO1755325NPNMAGUIREArthurEsqArthur MAGUIRE Esq is appointed a six clerk of the Court of Chancery in room of Walter GLASCOCK Esq deceasedNickR
FJ18091114NPDMAGUIREArthurEsqAt Clenea, county Tipperary, on Thursday, Mrs MAGUIRE, wife of Arthur MAGUIRE EsqNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SMAGUIREArthurGentYesterday 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.NickR
FJ1854201NPMMAGUIREEllen January 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 EsqNickR
WMT J1825407NPDMAGUIREJamesMrAt Tempo, Mrs. Maguire, mother of Mr. James Maguire, of Enniskillen, merchant. SdeM
FJ1854201NPMMAGUIREJohnEsqJanuary 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 EsqNickR
LGA18191026NPSMAGUIREJohn Trial for assaultNickR
LC1827228NPMMAGUIREMaryMissMr. John CAMPBELL, of Derraleck, near, Enniskillen, aged nearly 80 years, to Miss Mary MAGUIRE, aged 18, the nuptials were celebrated exactly eleven days after the death of his former wife, with whom he had lived in a most affectionate manner for nearly 50 years.NickR
WMT J1827531NPMMAGUIREMichaelEsqMichael Maguire, of Loughrussa, in the Co. of Leitrim, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of Bryan Cogan, of Lisconny, in the Co. of Sligo, Esq. SdeM
FJ1819908NPMMAGUIRERogerMrOn Saturday last, at Comlough, near Newry, by the Rev Peter MALONE, Mr Roger MAGUIRE blacksmith, aged 68, to Miss Mary Ann Maria BRADY, aged 18. The bridegroom has laboured under severe bodily affliction for some time, and has been a disconsolate widower since the 17th of July lastNickR
WMT J1827208NPMMAGUIRE MrAt Ranelagh, Mr. Maguire, to Sarah, relict of the late Edward Flattry, of Banagher, Esq. SdeM
FJ18091114NPDMAGUIRE MrsAt Clenea, county Tipperary, on Thursday, Mrs MAGUIRE, wife of Arthur MAGUIRE EsqNickR
WMT J1825407NPDMAGUIRE MrsAt Tempo, Mrs. Maguire, mother of Mr. James Maguire, of Enniskillen, merchant. SdeM
FJ1855216NPSMAGUIRE SergeantDeath under Strange Circumstances.—The room of a poor woman named Susan EGAN, in the house 17, Grangegorman-lane, having been observed locked for an unusual lenght of time, her neighbours feared she might be ill and in need of assistance. Accordingly they informed Sergeant MAGUIRE of the circumstances. Upon the door being forced open by the officer, the poor woman was discovered lying face downwards on the floor, dead, and quite cold.— No fire or firing except a single sod of turf was found in the room, and, with the exception of a Swedish turnip, no description of food was observable. The room was pretty comfortably furnished. The deceased was about 67 years of age, and had been for some time in receipt of relief from St Paul's pNickR
WMT J1827517NPDMAHAFFYMaria In North Earl-street, Maria, relict of the late Ninian Mahaffy, Esq., L.L.D., Barrister at Law. SdeM
WMT J1825421NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade. SdeM
WMT J18261116NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 9th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Philip Valie, Esq. of London, to Miss Eliza Moore. SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 15th inst. at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Edward, eldest son of James Medlicott, of Dunmurry, in the County of Kildare, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of the [sic] Solomon Speer, of Granitefield, in the County of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826209NPMMAHAFFYNathaniel BRevOn Monday last, in St. Ann's Church by the Rev. Nathaniel B. Mahaffy, the Rev. Wm. Curtis to Anne, daughter to Peter Benjamin Subermont, Esq. late of that city. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPDMAHAFFYNinianEsq L L DIn North Earl-street, Maria, relict of the late Ninian Mahaffy, Esq., L.L.D., Barrister at Law. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMMAHAFFY RevAt Monkstown Church, on the 24th inst. by the Rev. Mahaffy, Bartholomew Hartley, Esq. to Eliza, daughter of Richard Wilson, of Rush, County Meath, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMMAHAFFY Rev MrOn Thursday last, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, Mr. William Rigby of Suffolk-street, to Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert Fletcher, of this City.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMAHAFFY Rev MrOn the 2d inst. at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, William Henry Handcock, Esq. of Carrentrilly, in the County Galway, to Catherine, only daughter of Mallachy Kelly, Esq. of Ashbrook, in the same County.SdeM
WMT J1826706NPMMAHAGArchibaldRevAt Fastry, County Cavan, on Friday the 2d of June, by the Rev. Archibald Mahag, P.M.A.M., Nicholas Goslin, eldest son of Arthur Goslin, of Cottage, Co. Longford, Esq. to Caroline Matilda, third daughter of the late John Arthur Gouldsbury, of Aughnagore, in said County, Esq., Barrister at Law. SdeM
LGA1820808NPSMAHANThomas Committals
By H. CONSIDINE, Esq. to the Co. gaol, Thomas HAYES, for threatening the life and burning the house of John DWYER. By Godfrey MASSY, Esq. to said gaol, Michael MURKELY, for cow stealing. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Thomas MAHAN and Thomas BRIEN, for cow stealing
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LC1823705NPSMAHERJohn This day, Mr. BLACKER held a session under the Insurrection Act in the City Court, when John MAHER was put on his trial, charged with being an idle and disorderly person, having been found skulking on the high road near the Artilery Barrack, at an unseasonable hour on the 27th of June last. This wwas the person who robbed the Nunnery Chapel some time since of a silver cup, but for want of prosecution on that charge, was liberated. He stated in his defence to account for his being found out, that he had been denounced by the Clergy; that no person would permit him into a dwelling-house; and that, in consequence, he was obliged to sleep in a lime-kiln convenient to where he was taken. Mr. BLACKBOURNE said his case did not come within the meaning of the Act, not having a known place of residence, and he was ordered to be discharged. The Court then adjourned and the Learned Counsel set out for Dublin.NickR
LC1824804NPSMAHERJohn John HAYES and John MAHER were presented by the Grand Jury and vagrants, and on the Bench enquiring of them as to their course of life—MAHER stated that he did not consider it would be lawful to transport him as he had a trade, and therefore a means of livelihood; he said he could get witnesses to prove his assertions, therefore he conceived his case did not come within the Act of Parliament, which could not apply to him.NickR
WMT J1824122NPDMAHERMathiasEsqAt Bath, Mathias Maher, Esq. of Ballymullin, Queen's County, aged 66 years.SdeM
LC1810829NPSMAHERNicholasEsqMary COSTIGAN, otherwise GRANT, was executed on Wednesday last, at Gallows-Hill, near Clonmel, for the wilful murder of Nicholas MAHER, Esq.—Eleanor GRANT, her mother, who was to have been hanged at the same time, for the same offence, has been respited until the 17th Sept. next.NickR
WMT J1827222NPMMAHER Rev MrOn Saturday, at Mount Tallent Avenue, by the Rev. Mr. Maher, Michael, eldest son of Hugh Cullen, of Prospect, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Patrick Whelan, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDMAHONAliciaMrsOn Monday the 10th inst. at her son's glebe-house, Strokestown, Mrs. Alicia Mahon, aged 70 years. SdeM
WMT J18231023NPMMAHONCatherine On the 21st inst. at Seapoint, Bray, James Delany, Esq., Jun. of this town, to Catherine, second daughter of the late Thomas Mahon, Esq. of the City of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1826427NPDMAHOND'ArcyMrsOn the 19th inst. in Upper Baggot-street, Mrs. D'Arcy Mahon, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with exemplary fortitude and resignation. SdeM
LGA1815707NPMMAHONFrancesMissOn Tuesday last (3/7), Ringrose Drew WATSON Esq of Clare Street to Frances only daughter of James MAHON Esq of this cityNickR
WMT J1824722NPDMAHONHRevOn the 12th inst. at Tissarin Church, by the Rev. H. Mahon, Charles Hume, Esq., of Notting Kensington, in the County of Middlesex, to Maria, eldest daughter of Edmund L'Estrange, Esq., of Hunstanson, King's County.SdeM
LGA1815707NPMMAHONJamesEsqOn Tuesday last (3/7), Ringrose Drew WATSON Esq of Clare Street to Frances only daughter of James MAHON Esq of this cityNickR
LC1768815NPMMAHONMargaretMiss[Dublin] A few days ago, Mr. William GRIFFITH, to Miss Margaret MAHON, of Bow laneNickR
LC1827627NPMMAHONMary Margaret On the 15th January last, at Agra, Bengal Presidency, by special licence, Hay Tweedale STEWART, Esq. of Mirzapore, to Mary Margaret, youngest daughter of the Right Worshipful Nicholas MAHON, Esq. May of LimerickNickR
LC1827627NPMMAHONNicholasEsqOn the 15th January last, at Agra, Bengal Presidency, by special licence, Hay Tweedale STEWART, Esq. of Mirzapore, to Mary Margaret, youngest daughter of the Right Worshipful Nicholas MAHON, Esq. May of LimerickNickR
WMT J18231023NPMMAHONThomasEsqOn the 21st inst. at Seapoint, Bray, James Delany, Esq., Jun. of this town, to Catherine, second daughter of the late Thomas Mahon, Esq. of the City of Dublin.SdeM
LC1796323NPSMAHONYBartholemew DuhiggMrLast term, Mr. Barth. Duhigg MAHONY, of Charleville, was sworn an Attorney of the Courts of Common Please and Exchequer, in this Kingdom, pursuantto the Statute for the admission of Roman Catholics.NickR
WMT J1827215NPDMAHONYDanielEsqAt Dunloe Castle, county Kerry, John Mahony, Esq., eldest son of Daniel Mahony, Esq., Brigade Mayor [sic] of Yeomanry. Same day, near Dundalk, the Reverend Robert Waters, in the 22d year of his age, R.C. Curate of Dundalk. SdeM
WMT J1827208NPDMAHONYDanielEsq MajAt Dunloe Castle, county Kerry, John Mahony, Esq., eldest son of Daniel Mahony, Esq., Brigade Major of Yeomanry. SdeM
WMT J1826928NPMMAHONYDenisRevAt Templemore Church, the Rev. Denis Mahony to Lucinda Catherine, only child and heiress of the late John Segerson, Esq. of Cove, Co. Kerry. SdeM
LEP-CS1830511NPSMAHONYJames Committed to the County Limerick Gaol, by J. CROKER and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. Thomas, James and William MAHONY, charged with illegally stealing three cows at Croom, the property of Laurence CUSHEN.NickR
WMT J1827208NPDMAHONYJohnEsqAt Dunloe Castle, county Kerry, John Mahony, Esq., eldest son of Daniel Mahony, Esq., Brigade Major of Yeomanry. SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDMAHONYJohnEsqAt Dunloe Castle, county Kerry, John Mahony, Esq., eldest son of Daniel Mahony, Esq., Brigade Mayor [sic] of Yeomanry. Same day, near Dundalk, the Reverend Robert Waters, in the 22d year of his age, R.C. Curate of Dundalk. SdeM
LC1827327NPDMAHONYMathewMrsIn Bruff, of pulmonary consumption, Mrs. MAHONY, wife to Mr Mathew MAHONY, much and most deservedly lamented.NickR
LC17821226NPDMAHONYRobertMrIn Charleville, Mr. Robert MAHONY, sen.—At the same place, Mrs. QUIN, Wife of Mr. John QUIN, of Blarney-laneNickR
LEP-CS1830511NPSMAHONYThomas Committed to the County Limerick Gaol, by J. CROKER and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. Thomas, James and William MAHONY, charged with illegally stealing three cows at Croom, the property of Laurence CUSHEN.NickR
LEP-CS1830511NPSMAHONYWilliam Committed to the County Limerick Gaol, by J. CROKER and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. Thomas, James and William MAHONY, charged with illegally stealing three cows at Croom, the property of Laurence CUSHEN.NickR
LGA1816611NPSMAHONY MajMajor CROKER, of Quartertown, is appointed Yeaomanry Brigade Major, in the District of Limerick, vice Major MAHONY, who exchanges for the Cork and Kerry districtsNickR
LGA1816223NPSMAHONY  Barn fireNickR
WMT J18231113NPMMAINGAYJane At St. George's Church, by the Rev. William Bushe, Charles Osborne, Esq., son of Thomas Osborne, Esq. of Ballymagarvey, in the County of Meath, to Jane, eldest daughter of Colonel Maingay of Mountjoy-square.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMMAINGAY ColAt St. George's Church, by the Rev. William Bushe, Charles Osborne, Esq., son of Thomas Osborne, Esq. of Ballymagarvey, in the County of Meath, to Jane, eldest daughter of Colonel Maingay of Mountjoy-square.SdeM
WMT J1827329NPDMAINGAY ColIn Fitzgibbon street, on Monday, Colonel Maingay, aged 48 years. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPDMAIRISWilliamD DAt Bishops Lavington, Wilts, William Mairis, D.D., Vicar of that place, Rector of St. Peter's, Wallingford, and for many years a Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPMMAITLANDHarriet A few days ago, at Leyton, Donald Maclean, Esq., second son of Lieutenant General Sir Fitzroy Maclean, Bart., to Harriet, second daughter of General Maitland. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPMMAITLAND GenA few days ago, at Leyton, Donald Maclean, Esq., second son of Lieutenant General Sir Fitzroy Maclean, Bart., to Harriet, second daughter of General Maitland. SdeM
FJ1821823NPMMAJORJamesEsqOn the 17th inst, by the Rev H STEWART, James MAJOR Esq of Foyle View, co Londonderry, barrister at law, to Catherine eldest daughter of Wm MILLER Esq of Bellemoate, is same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of RossNickR
LC1821825NPMMAJORJamesEsqJames MAJOR, of Foyle View, co Londonderry, to Catherine eldest daughter of William MILLER, Esq. Bellemonte, in the same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of RosseNickR
FJ1822912NPBMAJORJamesEsqOn Saturday last (7/9), at Bellemonte, co Derry, the lady of James MAJOR Esq Barrister at law of a sonNickR
FJ1823926NPBMAJORJamesEsqOn Sunday last, at Belmont, near Londonderry, the lady of James MAJOR Esq barrister-at-law of a sonNickR
LC1824522NPDMAJORJamesEsqAt Kilmallock in this county, James MAJOR, Esq. Officer of Excise.NickR
FJ1825511NPBMAJORJamesEsqOn the 30th ult, at Bellmonte, co Londonderry, the lady of James MAJOR Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ18261006NPBMAJORJamesEsqAt Bellemonte, on the 29th ult, the lady of James MAJOR Esq of a sonNickR
LEP-CS1833301NPBMAJORJamesEsqIn North Great George's Street, the lady of James MAJOR Esq of a sonNickR
WMT J1826928NPAMAJORStephen COUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
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WMT J1826928NPAMAJORThomasMrCOUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
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WMT J1823123NPDMALCOLMA.G.Rev DrAt Newry, on the evening of the 12th inst. the Rev. Dr. A.G. Malcolm, Presbyterian Minister, of Newry.SdeM
WMT J1825505NPMMALE MrsAt Barrington, near South Petherton, Mr. Blackmore, aged eighty-eight, to Mrs. Male, aged thirty. SdeM
LEP-CS1830716NPSMALIBRAN MadameGeorge OSBORNE pianist and composerNickR
FJ1849907NPDMALLETJ and RMessrsSeptember 4, Mr. Hampton John MATHEW, aged 81 years, sincerely and deservedly regretted. The deceased enjoyed a confidential situation in the bank of the late Sir Thomas LIGHTON, Bart, for a period of 23 years, and latterly acted as cashier to the firm of Messre. J amd R MALLET, of this city, from whom he received a liberal superannuation for many yearsNickR
WMT J1827531NPMMALLEYEdwardEsqAt Hollymount Church, John C. Evans, of C[ ] in the Co. of Galway, Esq. to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Edward Malley, of Castlebar in the Co. of Mayo, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827531NPMMALLEYMary Anne At Hollymount Church, John C. Evans, of C[ ] in the Co. of Galway, Esq. to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Edward Malley, of Castlebar in the Co. of Mayo, Esq. SdeM
LH18321001NPMM'ALLISTERJane At Enniskillen, John CROKER, of Upper Dominick st, Dublin, to Jane M'ALLISTER, widow of Simon M'ALLISTER, of Newry, EsqNickR
LH18321001NPMM'ALLISTERSimonEsqAt Enniskillen, John CROKER, of Upper Dominick st, Dublin, to Jane M'ALLISTER, widow of Simon M'ALLISTER, of Newry, EsqNickR
CG HA1788214NPMMALONEAliceMissWaterford ... Last week was married, Mr Owen KEOGH, of Newfoundland, to Miss Alice MALONE, of Lady lane.NickR
WMT J1824805NPDMALONEEdmondEsqOn Friday, the 23d of July, at Binfield Park in the County of Berks, England, after a severe and protracted illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation, Henrietta, eldest sister of the late Lord Sunderlin, of Baronstown, in this County, and of Edmond Malone, Esq., Editor of Shakespeare, &c., &c. The benevolence of heart, mildness of temper, and other Christian graces for which she was peculiarly distinguished, will make her memory long respected and her loss deplored by all who knew her worth, or shared her bounty.SdeM
WMT J1824805NPDMALONEHenrietta On Friday, the 23d of July, at Binfield Park in the County of Berks, England, after a severe and protracted illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation, Henrietta, eldest sister of the late Lord Sunderlin, of Baronstown, in this County, and of Edmond Malone, Esq., Editor of Shakespeare, &c., &c. The benevolence of heart, mildness of temper, and other Christian graces for which she was peculiarly distinguished, will make her memory long respected and her loss deplored by all who knew her worth, or shared her bounty.SdeM
WMT J1825602NPMMALONEHenryEsqOn Thursday, 19th instant, Henry Malone, Esq. of Ballinahoun, county Westmeath, to Mrs. Hamilton, sister of R.J.E. Mooney, Esq. of Doon in the King's County. SdeM
WMT J18241202NPDMALONEJames On Saturday last, in the prime of life, Jane, second daughter of the late James Malone, of Werburgh-street, of the Society of Friends.SdeM
WMT J18241202NPDMALONEJane On Saturday last, in the prime of life, Jane, second daughter of the late James Malone, of Werburgh-street, of the Society of Friends.SdeM
FJ1845130NPMMALONELaurenceEsqOn the 29th of January, M H CHAMBERLAINE Esq of Rathmines, to Maria eldest daughter of Laurence MALONE, Esq of Ennis StreetNickR
LC17931016NPSMALONEMargaret Yesterday afternoon, about 6 o'clock, a respectable Shop-keeper of this City[Limerick], fell into the River above New-Bridge; the inhabitants of the adjoining Quays were isntantly alarmed;-- a gallant Amazon, Margaret MALONE, leapt into the river, and caught hold of his hair, by which means, and the assistance given by Mr. Edy LACY, in providing ropes and lanterns, agreeable to the order of the Humane Society, the Gentleman's life ewas preserved:--We have pleasure to hear that the above woman will be amply rewarded by the Humane Society:--Three Persons have, within this week, been rescued from drowning, which in great measure can be attributed to rewards held forth by the Society.--Buoys, ropes, poles, &c. are now in readiness at Mr. LACY's shop for any emergency.NickR
FJ1845130NPMMALONEMaria On the 29th of January, M H CHAMBERLAINE Esq of Rathmines, to Maria eldest daughter of Laurence MALONE, Esq of Ennis StreetNickR
FJ1819908NPMMALONEPeterRevOn Saturday last, at Comlough, near Newry, by the Rev Peter MALONE, Mr Roger MAGUIRE blacksmith, aged 68, to Miss Mary Ann Maria BRADY, aged 18. The bridegroom has laboured under severe bodily affliction for some time, and has been a disconsolate widower since the 17th of July lastNickR
WMT J1824805NPDMALONERichardLord SunderlinOn Friday, the 23d of July, at Binfield Park in the County of Berks, England, after a severe and protracted illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation, Henrietta, eldest sister of the late Lord Sunderlin, of Baronstown, in this County, and of Edmond Malone, Esq., Editor of Shakespeare, &c., &c. The benevolence of heart, mildness of temper, and other Christian graces for which she was peculiarly distinguished, will make her memory long respected and her loss deplored by all who knew her worth, or shared her bounty.SdeM
Pue'sO1752630NPN/SMALONYCrosdaleEsqLetters patent having passed the Great Seal of this Kingdom granting unto Crosdale MALONY and Anthony WOULFE Esqrs Officers of Clerks of the Crown and Peace for the counties of Clare, Limerick and county of the City of LimerickNickR
WMT J18261102NPDMALONYThomasMrIn Roscrea, on his way home from Maynooth College, Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Malony, of Limerick. SdeM
WMT J18261102NPDMALONYThomas (jun) In Roscrea, on his way home from Maynooth College, Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Malony, of Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPDMANBEE MajLately at Clifton, Major Manbee. SdeM
FJ1853408NPMMANGANBessie April 5, by Archdeacon HAMILTON, James MATTHEWS Esq of No. 1 Elbana-terace, to Bessie, eldest daughter John MANGANEsq of Ormond-quayNickR
FJ1853408NPMMANGANJohnEsqApril 5, by Archdeacon HAMILTON, James MATTHEWS Esq of No. 1 Elbana-terace, to Bessie, eldest daughter John MANGANEsq of Ormond-quayNickR
WMT J18271213NPMMANGANJohn John Mangan, of Upper Ormond-quay, Esq. to Eliza, daughter of George Nowlan, of Exchequer-street, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18271018NPAMANGANThomas COUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET the lands of LOTOWN, For such Term as may be agreed on, either the whole or in large divisions. The Lands of LOTOWN, in the County of Westmeath, containing above 600 acres of meadow and feeding ground of the best quality. These lands are situate within 30 miles of Dublin, 2 miles of the Royal Canal, 6 miles of Mullingar, and 3 of Kinnegad. Application to be made to Mrs. Dopping, Lotown House, if by letter post paid. Thomas Mangan of Lotown will shew the lands. Mullingar, October 18, 1827. SdeM
LC1827321NPSMANGANEMargaret ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.
COUNTY LIMERICK COURT—SATURDAY.
   Dominick Joyce, Patrick Molony, and John Molony, were indicted for the abduction of Ellen Mangane, with intent that Thomas Joyce forcibly marry the said Ellen Mangane—and also for stealing 30s, the property of Thomas Mangane.
   Thomas Mangane proved that his house was broken into on the night of the 16th of January last, by an armed party, his niece forcibly taken away out of her bed, and one of his drawers broken and a thirty shilling bank note taken thereout; Patrick Molony missed fire at him with a pistol, identified him and Dominick Joyce ; the girl was not more than six it teen years' old, and is since well married.
   Margaret Mangane confirmed the evidence of her husband, and identified John Molony; Ellen Mangane alias Real, a very comely and interesting young woman, corroborated the testimony of her relations; she was carried off from her bed by Thomas Joyce, who is not taken, and others whom she did not know; did not see Dominick Joyce or John MoIony, among the party.
   Thomas Butler, Policeman, proved seeing Patrick Molony at his house in bed the night of the outrage. The prisoners received a good distract for sobriety and industry and the Jury acquitted them.
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WMT J18241125NPMMANIFOLDJohnEsqIn Carnew Church, on the 16th inst. by the Rev. I. Frith, John Manifold, Esq., Barrack Master of Wicklow District, to Miss Leonard, of Carnew.SdeM
FJ1824817NPMMANINGHAMCooteMaj GenOn the 12th inst at St George's Hanover Square London, Edward BULLER Esq grandson of the late Mr Justice BULLER, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of the late Maj Gen Coote MANINGHAMNickR
FJ1824817NPMMANINGHAMMary Anne On the 12th inst at St George's Hanover Square London, Edward BULLER Esq grandson of the late Mr Justice BULLER, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of the late Maj Gen Coote MANINGHAMNickR
FJ1827122NPMMANLEYWilliamRevOn the 21st inst, in St Mark's church, by the Rev William MANLEY, John LEE Esq of Harcourt Placee to Marianne, daughter of the latye John GARDINER EsqNickR
WMT J1827517NPMMANLEYWilliamRevAt Monkstown Church, the Rev. William Manley, one of the Curates of St. Mark's Parish, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Dr. Thomas Brown, M.D. of the city of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18241230NPDMANLYAbrahamMrAt the West, in this County, Mr. Abraham Manly.SdeM
WMT J1826126NPMMANLYWilliamRevAt St. Mark's Church, this morning, by the Reverend William Manly, William Whitfield, Esq. of Frankford, to Miss Moore, of Parsonstown. SdeM
WMT J18251201NPMMANLY DrOn the 18th inst., at Mark's Church, by the Dr. Manly, J. Wall, of Lower Bridge street, Esq., to Agnes, youngest daughter of the late J. Gardiner, of Sackville-street, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMMANN DeanOn the 11th inst. in Termon Church, by the Rev. J. Young, the Rev. A. Christie to Miss Mann, eldest daughter of Dean Mann, of Corvey Lodge, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMMANN MissOn the 11th inst. in Termon Church, by the Rev. J. Young, the Rev. A. Christie to Miss Mann, eldest daughter of Dean Mann, of Corvey Lodge, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
FJ1828802yNPSMANN  Toomevara Outrage ... Capt WILSON is here at the investigation. A servant boy of Mr H RYAN who was examined yesterday evening, proved most satisfactorily that KELLY shot the man and there are two more to corroberate his testomny. It was likewise proved most satisfactorily that the police were the aggressors. Robert MANN ..NickR
LGA1819416NPMMANNINGElizaMissAt the Independent Church, Bedford Row, by the Rev. Mr. PETHERICK, the Rev. William THOMAS, late of Bradford College, Yorkshire, to Miss Eliza MANNING, of Kilfinnan, in this county.NickR
WMT J1824923NPMMANNINGEsther In St. Andrew's Church, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. James Nevin, Mr. Samuel Laurence to Esther, third daughter of William Manning, Rathdrum, county Wicklow, Esq.SdeM
LC1827414NPSMANNINGJohn Cork Assizes
  The following convictions have taken place since our last, in the City court, before Judge TORRENS:—Patrick MANNING, and John MANNING, for stealing three cows from Michael MCCARTHY; sentence of death recorded...
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FJ1828812NPDMANNINGMEsqOn the 7th inst at the house of her brother in law M MANNING Esq, Molseworth St, Miss FIELD daughter of the late William FIELD Esq of this cityNickR
LC1827414NPSMANNINGPatrick Cork Assizes
  The following convictions have taken place since our last, in the City court, before Judge TORRENS:—Patrick MANNING, and John MANNING, for stealing three cows from Michael MCCARTHY; sentence of death recorded...
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LC1827915NPDMANNINGThomas HenryEsqOn Saturday last, at Ruan Lodge, County Tipperary, Thomas Henry, infant son of Thomas Smithwick MANNING, Esq.NickR
LC1827901NPBMANNINGThomas SmithwickEsqOn Wednesday se'nnight, at Ruan Lodge, County Tipperary, the lady of Thomas Smithwick MANNING, Esq of a sonNickR
LC1827915NPDMANNINGThomas SmithwickEsqOn Saturday last, at Ruan Lodge, County Tipperary, Thomas Henry, infant son of Thomas Smithwick MANNING, Esq.NickR
WMT J1824923NPMMANNINGWilliam In St. Andrew's Church, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. James Nevin, Mr. Samuel Laurence to Esther, third daughter of William Manning, Rathdrum, county Wicklow, Esq.SdeM
LC1827228NPAMANNIXJames Advertisement for properties in LimerickNickR
LGA1811104NPDMANSELLMargaret Cole At Bath on the 24th ult, Mrs Margaret Cole MANSELL, daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN of Bowens Court EsqNickR
LS1840907NPMMANSELLPeterRevAt St Mary's church, Youghal, the Rev Peter MANSELL, Rector of Kingston, Sommersetshire, to Geraldine Tierney daughter of the Rev James W GRAVES, Rector of Ightermurrough, co Cork, and of Fort William, in this coNickR
FJ1835703NPDMANSERGHGeorgeCaptAt Springfield, near Leixlip, aged 62, Mary the relict of Capt George MANSERGH and eldest sister of the late Rev Charles WOLFE [note will pr PCA 1836 Admr - J WOLFE of Lucan co Dublin]NickR
WMT J1823522NPDMANSERGHGeorge DakerEsqAt Athy, on the 9th instant, after a few hours illness, George Daker Mansergh, Esq.SdeM
LGA1808119NPAMANSERGHJamesEsqMonefox
Within a mile of Kilmallock, on the Mail Coach Road
To be let, together of in divisions, for such terms as may be agreed on, 126 acres of Monefox - 67 A from 25 March next, as now held by Mr. Laurence CUSSEN, and his Under-Tenants; and 53 A from 1st May next, as now held by John HANNAN; and about 6 A by James FITZGERALD, from 25th March next.
No promise of Preference has been or will be given, and the lands will be let as soon as the value is offered.
Proposals in writing to James MANSERGH, Esq, Limerick; or to William GABBETT, Esq Castle-Connell
January 8, 1808
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FJ1835703NPDMANSERGHMary [nee WOLFE]MrsAt Springfield, near Leixlip, aged 62, Mary the relict of Capt George MANSERGH and eldest sister of the late Rev Charles WOLFE [note will pr PCA 1836 Admr - J WOLFE of Lucan co Dublin]NickR
WMT J1824923NPMMANSERGHRalphEsqOn Saturday last, at Clare Church, Ralph Mansergh, Esq., of the 25th Regiment, to Susan, eldest daughter of William Nugent M'Namara, Esq., of Ennistymon House.SdeM
WMT J1827719NPMMANTRichardBishop of Down and ConnorOn the 11th instant, in Hollywood Church, by the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor Richard Mant, Richard Bayly Blakiston, Esq., a younger son of the late Sir Mathew Blakiston, Bart., to Mary Isabella, eldest daughter of John H. Houston, of Greenville, County of Down, Esq. SdeM
FJ17751230NPNmany  List of Freeman & Freeholders in DublinNickR
FJ17751212-14NPNmany  List of Freeman & Freeholders in DublinNickR
Pue'sO1754814NPSMANYFORDJoseph Same day [Wednesday] the Assizes ended at Maryborough where action was tried between Joseph MANYFORD, Plaintiff and John LEE, Defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife and for assultingthe Plaintiff, the jury gave a verdict for the Plaintiff with 200L damagesNickR
HDM1771702-04NPDMANYPENNYJamesMrIn Ormond Market, Mr James MANYPENNY cashier to the bank of Messers Coates, Dawson & LawlessNickR
FJ17671124-28NPMMANYPENY[Alexander]Lt ColLt Col [Alexander] MANYPENY of the 56th Regiment of Foot to Miss [Margaret] CHAMBERLAIN daughter of Michael CHAMBERLAINE Esq an eminent barrister at lawNickR
LC1779913NPMMAQUAYGeorgeEsq[Waterford] At Doncaster, in Yorkshire, (England) George MAQUAY, of Dublin Esq, to Miss DISNEY eldest daughter of the late Moore DISNEY of Churchtown in this county EsqNickR
LC17821118NPMMARAElinorMissLast Saturday, Mr. William RYAN, Linen Draper, to teh amiable Miss Elinor MARA, daughter of Mr. Wm. MARA, of Morough, in this Co.NickR
LC17821118NPMMARAWilliamMr.Last Saturday, Mr. William RYAN, Linen Draper, to teh amiable Miss Elinor MARA, daughter of Mr. Wm. MARA, of Morough, in this Co.NickR
FJ1849105NPMMARAWilliam FEsqOn the 4th isnt, at Rutland Square, in the house of the mother of the bride, by the Rev P COOPER, of Marlborough street, Wm F MARA Esq barrister-at-law, to Margaret third daughter of the late Joseph SMITH EsqNickR
WMT J1827503NPMMARAHALL[SIC]JosephMrMr. Joseph Marahall[sic], of Cork, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. A. Swinborn, of Limerick. SdeM
FJ1820310NPDMARBERRYDucketEsqIn Chatam Street, after a few days illness Ducket MAYBERRY EsqNickR
WMT J1824311NPSMARCLAY  see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1828424NPDMARECHALAmbroseDr Archbishop of BaltimoreDr. Ambrose Marechal, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Baltimore. The deceased was a native of Orleans, France. SdeM
WMT J1825210NPMMAREDYTHBarry CSir BartBy special licence, at the house of Lady Gillespie, in Fitzwilliam-street, K.R. Richardson, Esq. to Elizabeth Letitia, daughter of the late Sir Barry C. Maredyth, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1825210NPMMAREDYTHElizabeth Letitia By special licence, at the house of Lady Gillespie, in Fitzwilliam-street, K.R. Richardson, Esq. to Elizabeth Letitia, daughter of the late Sir Barry C. Maredyth, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1827927NPMMARIACharlotteEsqAt Celbridge, W. Magee, Esq. of Bray, to Charlotte Maria, third daughter of W. Leslie, of Celbridge, Co. Kildare, Esq. SdeM
LC1796323NPMMARKHannahMissYesterday, at the Meeting House, Mr. Joseph FISHER, of this city, merchant, to the very agreeable Miss Hannah MARK, daughter of the late Thomas MARK, Esq; both of the Society of Quakers.NickR
LGA18101016NPBMARKJohnEsqA few days ago in his house in Upper George's street the lady of John MARK ESq of a daughterNickR
LC1797322NPMMARKThomasEsqAt the Quaker’s Meeting House on Friday last, Joshua Wm. FENNELL, of Redhill, Co. Tipperary, Esq; to the amiable Miss MARK, daughter of the late Thomas MARK, of this city, Esq.NickR
LC1797322NPMMARK MissAt the Quaker’s Meeting House on Friday last, Joshua Wm. FENNELL, of Redhill, Co. Tipperary, Esq; to the amiable Miss MARK, daughter of the late Thomas MARK, of this city, Esq.NickR
FJ1808919NPMMARKEYJaneMissMr Peter DREW of Bob's grove [co Cavan], near Slane, to Miss Jane MARKEY daughter of the late Mr Peter MARKEY of Dyer-street DroughedaNickR
FJ1808919NPMMARKEYPeterMrMr Peter DREW of Bob's grove [co Cavan], near Slane, to Miss Jane MARKEY daughter of the late Mr Peter MARKEY of Dyer-street DroughedaNickR
LS1840910NPMMARKHAMHenrietta Grace At St Anne's church Dublin, by the Rev Archdeacon RUSSELL, John CROKER Esq son of the late Rev — CROKER of this county, to Henrietta Grace youngest daughter of the late William MARKHAM Esq of Abbey and Glenbanin, in the co TipperaryNickR
LS1840910NPMMARKHAMWilliamEsqAt St Anne's church Dublin, by the Rev Archdeacon RUSSELL, John CROKER Esq son of the late Rev — CROKER of this county, to Henrietta Grace youngest daughter of the late William MARKHAM Esq of Abbey and Glenbanin, in the co TipperaryNickR
LC1827314NPDMARKHAM AdmiralAt Naples, Admiral MARKHAM.NickR
LEP-CS1828808NPSMARKSJohn In the Criminal Court at Waterford, Thomas PRENDERGAST, an infirm man, nearly 80 years old, was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged for the murder of Margaret LYONS, aged 14 years, with a hatchet, for the purpose of robbing her; He was executed on Monday. John MARKS, Nicholas CONDON and John RYAN, were tried for violating the person of Margaret BURKE, and sentenced to be executed the 28th of August.NickR
LC18131215NPMMARKSMaryMissat Kilfinan in this county, Mr Jos WIGGINS to Miss Mary MARKS both of that town.NickR
WMT J1826810NPMMARLANDWilliam On Saturday, the 5th instant, in St. George's church, William Marland, of Eccles-street, to Frances Eliza, second daughter of the late Michael Gibney, of Dormstown, in the County of Meath, Esq. SdeM
LGA1806801NPMMARLAND MissAt St Peter's Church Dublin by special license Richard Cotton WALKER Esq barrister-at-law to the very amiable Miss MARLAND of French StNickR
WMT J1828320NPDMARLAYCatherineLadyLately at Florence, at a very advanced age, the Right Hon. Jane Isabella Countess of Lanesborough. By her demise the estate of Belvedere, in the county of Westmeath (which she inherited by the will of her father, the Earl of Belvedere) devolves upon the grandson the Earl of Lanesborough, and is entailed by the same document upon her daughter, Lady Mary Ponsonby & her sons, Lady Catherine Marlay, Col. Marley [sic] &c. Her other grandson, Mr. Butler Danvers, is heir presumptive to the Earl. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPSMARLAYCatherineLadyMARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.- On Easter Monday, at All Soul's Church, Laugham-Place, Lieutenant Colonel Marlay, C.B., only son of Mr. and Lady Catherine Marlay, grandson of the late Earl of Lanesborough, and nephew of the Earl of Belvedere, to Miss Tisdall, only daughter of the Countess of Charleville, and the late James Tisdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1828417NPSMARLAY Lt Col C BMARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.- On Easter Monday, at All Soul's Church, Laugham-Place, Lieutenant Colonel Marlay, C.B., only son of Mr. and Lady Catherine Marlay, grandson of the late Earl of Lanesborough, and nephew of the Earl of Belvedere, to Miss Tisdall, only daughter of the Countess of Charleville, and the late James Tisdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1828417NPSMARLAY MrMARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.- On Easter Monday, at All Soul's Church, Laugham-Place, Lieutenant Colonel Marlay, C.B., only son of Mr. and Lady Catherine Marlay, grandson of the late Earl of Lanesborough, and nephew of the Earl of Belvedere, to Miss Tisdall, only daughter of the Countess of Charleville, and the late James Tisdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1828320NPDMARLEY[SIC] ColLately at Florence, at a very advanced age, the Right Hon. Jane Isabella Countess of Lanesborough. By her demise the estate of Belvedere, in the county of Westmeath (which she inherited by the will of her father, the Earl of Belvedere) devolves upon the grandson the Earl of Lanesborough, and is entailed by the same document upon her daughter, Lady Mary Ponsonby & her sons, Lady Catherine Marlay, Col. Marley[sic] &c. Her other grandson, Mr. Butler Danvers, is heir presumptive to the Earl. SdeM
LEP-CS1832309NPMMARNANEMichaelRevTuesday, at Kilmallocke, by the Rev. Mr. MARNANE, Eliza, third daughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John M'CARTHY of Glenfield, County Limerick.NickR
LEP-CS1830806NPSMARNANE Rev MrThe Rev. Mr. MARNANE, P. P. of Kilmallock, gratefully acknowledges the receipt of £5 from R. ROBBINETT, Esq., of Cork, and £1 from James H. MASSY DAWSON, Esq., for the relief of that place.NickR
LC1824724NPSMARRETTCSirAt the Court of Petty Sessions, this day — present, the Mayor, Sir C. MARRETT, and William ROCHE, Esq. The only case that appeared for investigation was that of a man named John MEAGHER, who was found at an unseasonable hour, last night, in the Convent of St. Clare.— This unfortunate creature was examined by the bench, and voluntarily made the followning statement:— That he was a blacksmith by trade; admitted scaling the Nunnery wall, and that his sole object in getting into the premises was the hope of being transported; that he was excommunicated about 15 months ago (for stealing a silver chalice out of the Convent Chapel,) since which period he has been refused employment everywhere he applied; is reduced to the most extreme distress; has not been suffered to enter any house; lives by begging a few potatoes and is obliged to roast them in a lime-kiln; no one, not even his brother, would know him or hold community with him; is almost in a state of nakedness and actually starving from want and misery; transportation would be a relief for him.
  This singular and lamentable detail made a considerable impression on the Court: the unfortunate wretch was truly an object of pity. The porter of the Nunnery, William O'MEALY, then swore informations against him, and he was committed to stand trial at the ensuing assizes.
  The Mayor observed, that if the prosecution failed, he might be indicted as a vagrant, and thus his wished would be accomplished.
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LGA1820523NPSMARRETTC AEsqCommittals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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FJ18531005NPMMARSACKJannette September 29, in London, John MATHEW Esq of the co Tipperary, to Jannette, only daughter of Colonel MARSACK, late the Grenadier GuardsNickR
FJ18531005NPMMARSACK ColSeptember 29, in London, John MATHEW Esq of the co Tipperary, to Jannette, only daughter of Colonel MARSACK, late the Grenadier GuardsNickR
LGA18131012NPMMARSHGeorgeEsq MajOn Saturday morning last by the Rev Richard FITZ_GERALD at St John's Church, George MARSH of Ballinaminton, in Kings County Esq and Maj in the Royal Kings County Regiment Militia to Jane youngest daughter of Edward RYVES of Nelson place in this city EsqNickR
WMT J1824101NPMMARSHALJohnRevIn 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 J1826323NPDMARSHALLA PMrOn the 4th inst., at his father's house, No. 39, North Hanover-street, Edinburgh, deeply regretted by all who knew him, Mr. A.P. Marshall, in his twenty-ninth year. SdeM
LS1840806NPMMARSHALLCharlotte At Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCBNickR
LS1840806NPMMARSHALLDysonGen SirAt Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCBNickR
FJ1841416NPMMARSHALLJohnEsqon the 12th inst, at St George's Hanover square, London, Lord Monteagle of Mount Trenchard, co Limerick, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of J MARSHALL Esq of Halsteads, CumberlandNickR
LS1841419NPMMARSHALLJohnEsqAt St George Hanover sq london, by the Rev Henry V ELLIOTT, the Rt Hon Lord Mounteagle tp Mary Anne daughter of John MARSHALL Esq of Upper Grosvenor St and Halisteads Cumberland. A select circle of friends of both families were present at the ceromonyNickR
FJ1841416NPMMARSHALLMary Anne on the 12th inst, at St George's Hanover square, London, Lord Monteagle of Mount Trenchard, co Limerick, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of J MARSHALL Esq of Halsteads, CumberlandNickR
LS1841419NPMMARSHALLMary Anne At St George Hanover sq london, by the Rev Henry V ELLIOTT, the Rt Hon Lord Mounteagle tp Mary Anne daughter of John MARSHALL Esq of Upper Grosvenor St and Halisteads Cumberland. A select circle of friends of both families were present at the ceromonyNickR
WMT J1827201NPDMARSHALLPeterMrIn Edinburgh, Mr. Peter Marshall, artist, the inventor of the peristrephic panorama. SdeM
LS1840806NPMMARSHALLSimonEsqAt Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCBNickR
LC1797128NPMMARSHALLWilliamEsqOn Sunday last, James LANGTON, Esq; Captain in the South Cork Regiment of Militia, to Miss MARSHALL, daughter of the late William MARSHALL, of Drinadaly, Co. Meath, Esq;NickR
WMT J18241028NPMMARSHALL MajOn the 16th of June last, at the Mauritius, Major Marshall of the 82nd Regiment, to Mary, daughter of James Hervey, Esq. of Ardwick Green, Manchester.SdeM
LC1797128NPMMARSHALL MissOn Sunday last, James LANGTON, Esq; Captain in the South Cork Regiment of Militia, to Miss MARSHALL, daughter of the late William MARSHALL, of Drinadaly, Co. Meath, Esq;NickR
Pue'sO17551021-25NPSMARSHALL Mr Justice[appointment of MPs] Guy MOORE Esq for the Borough of Clonmell in the room of Mr Justice MARSHALL now one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of Common PleasNickR
WMT J1825519NPMMARTINAEsqOn Saturday last, at Glanmire Church, Coghlan, John H. Shaw, Esq. of Cork, to Mary, daughter of A. Martin, of the Little Island, Esq. SdeM
FJ1846815NPMMARTINAlfred JEsqOn the 8th inst, at Cove, Alfred J MARTIN Esq of Kingstown, to Isabella, third daughter of Lt J COOTE of 72d HighlandersNickR
DWJ1748528NPDMARTINAnthonyEsqLast week died Anthony MARTIN of Dangon in the co Galway, Esq by whose death his eldest son Richard MARTIN esq gets an estate of above 2000L a yearNickR
WMT J18241028NPMMARTINAylmer RichardEsqOn Saturday last, in Cork, Aylmer Richard Martin, Esq. to Henrietta, second daughter of the late Robert O'Donoghue, Esq., of Cork.SdeM
FJ1842309NPMMARTINFrances On the 3d inst, in St Andrews church, Vaughan WALDRON Esq, second son of the late Maj WALDRON of Ashford, co Roscommon, to Frances third daughter of William MARTIN of this cityNickR
Pue'sO17371105NPDMARTINgeorgeMrOn Thursday night died in the said (Four Courts) Marshalsea after a confinment of ten years, Mr George MARTIN, formerly an eminent merchant and banker in GallwayNickR
FJ18481216NPDMARTINHarriet Eliza On the 12th inst, in London, John James GLOSSOP Esq to Harriet Eliza only daughter of Lt-Col Samuel Coote MARTIN, of the Grenadier GuardsNickR
WMT J1824909NPMMARTINJ HEsqOn the 1st inst. J.H. Martin, Esq. to Essy Maria, youngest daughter of Patrick Shannon, Esq. of James's-street.SdeM
WMT J18241223NPMMARTINJames 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
LC1827725NPDMARTINJohn On the 14th instant, at Marteus Herns, near Bracknell, John MARTIN, aged 90, having served his King and country in the reigns of King George the Second and Third at the taking of Quebec and Martinique, and is supposed to be the last seaman who helped to carry the great General WOLFE of the field of battle.NickR
WMT J1824715NPMMARTINMargaret (nee BLACK)MrsThe Rev. Francis Wilson, of Killymorris, to Mrs. Margaret, relict of Mr. W. Martin, Antrim, and daughter to Mr. James Black of Island-reagh.SdeM
WMT J1825519NPMMARTINMary On Saturday last, at Glanmire Church, Coghlan, John H. Shaw, Esq. of Cork, to Mary, daughter of A. Martin, of the Little Island, Esq. SdeM
FJ1763910-13NPDMARTINPeterMrAt Galway, Mr Peter MARTIN, late of Capivanna and formerly one of the most considerable farmers in this kingdomNickR
DWJ1748528NPDMARTINRichardEsqLast week died Anthony MARTIN of Dangon in the co Galway, Esq by whose death his eldest son Richard MARTIN esq gets an estate of above 2000L a yearNickR
WMT J18241223NPMMARTINRobertEsqIn 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
LC1835117NPMMARTINRobertEsqAt Mallow church, Cork, Robert MARTIN Esq of Ballybutlerbeg to Catherine, daughter of the late Samue TARRANT EsqNickR
LC18231015NPSMARTINRobertEsq MDRobert MARTIN, Esq. M. D. has been appointed Physician to the Convict Depot in Cork, in the room of Dr. HARDING.NickR
FJ18481216NPDMARTINSamuel CooteLt-ColOn the 12th inst, in London, John James GLOSSOP Esq to Harriet Eliza only daughter of Lt-Col Samuel Coote MARTIN, of the Grenadier GuardsNickR
LGA18191012NPSMARTINT FRevOn Sunday last, the Lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination in the Cathedral the following gentlemen received Orders viz:--- William WILLIS, Priest; Pryce PEACOCK, T F MARTIN, Wm BOYLE, Wm HARDING, Michael Webb KEILY, Deacons.NickR
LS1841111NPMMARTINThomasEsq MPAt the Cathedral Galway, John F M PINCHIN cashier of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, eld son of George PINCHIN Esq Sub-Insp of Police Carlow, to Harriett youngest daughter of J LENNARD Esq many years the agent for Thomas MARTIN of Ballynahinch, Esq MPNickR
WMT J1824715NPMMARTINWMrThe Rev. Francis Wilson, of Killymorris, to Mrs. Margaret, relict of Mr. W. Martin, Antrim, and daughter to Mr. James Black of Island-reagh.SdeM
FJ1842309NPMMARTINWilliamEsqOn the 3d inst, in St Andrews church, Vaughan WALDRON Esq, second son of the late Maj WALDRON of Ashford, co Roscommon, to Frances third daughter of William MARTIN of this cityNickR
LC17691017NPMMARTIN ColHarvy BRETON Esq, eldest son of Eliab BRETON, of Fourthree-Hall in the County of Middlesex, Esq; Miss MARTIN, daughter of the late Col. MARTIN of the City of Dublin, and Sister to the Hon. Mrs. AGAR, of Gowran in this KingdomNickR
LC17691017NPMMARTIN MissHarvy BRETON Esq, eldest son of Eliab BRETON, of Fourthree-Hall in the County of Middlesex, Esq; Miss MARTIN, daughter of the late Col. MARTIN of the City of Dublin, and Sister to the Hon. Mrs. AGAR, of Gowran in this KingdomNickR
WMT J1826105NPDMARTIN MissOn the 30th instant, in this town, Miss Martin, a Lady greatly esteemed and universally regreted for her many amiable qualities, in her the poor have lost a kind friend and liberal benefactress. SdeM
WMT J1824701NPMMARTIN Rev MrOn Tuesday morning, in St. Michan's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Martin, John Adam, Esq., P.W.G., Rush, to Sarah, only daughter of John Cooke, Esq. and niece to J. Butterworth, Esq., M.P.SdeM
FJ1826223NPMMARTYNARevAt Charleville, by the Rev A MARTYN, on the 13th inst, James FRENCH Esq of Woodpark, to Elizabeth eldest daughter of Joseph LEONARD of Outeraid county Galway EsqNickR
FJ1820211NPDMARUMEdwardEsqOn Sunday last, by the Rt Rev Dr MARUM, Edward STAUNTON Esq of Kelly mount, co carlow, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Edward MARUM Esq of Seskit, co KilkennyNickR
FJ1820211NPDMARUMEliza On Sunday last, by the Rt Rev Dr MARUM, Edward STAUNTON Esq of Kelly mount, co carlow, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Edward MARUM Esq of Seskit, co KilkennyNickR
FJ1820211NPDMARUM Rt Rev DrOn Sunday last, by the Rt Rev Dr MARUM, Edward STAUNTON Esq of Kelly mount, co carlow, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Edward MARUM Esq of Seskit, co KilkennyNickR
WMT J1827802NPDMASLINJohn On the 14th inst., at Marteno Hern, near Bracknell, Berkshire, John Maslin, at the advanced age of 90 years. He was at the taking of Quebec and Martinique, and is supposed to be the last seaman who helped to carry the great Wolf off the field of battle. SdeM
LS1839409NPMMASONEliza At Bruree church, in this co, Robert C BOWEN Esq barrister at law, to Eliza third daughter of the late John MASON Esq of Coleen in this coNickR
LS1839409NPMMASONJohnEsqAt Bruree church, in this co, Robert C BOWEN Esq barrister at law, to Eliza third daughter of the late John MASON Esq of Coleen in this coNickR
LEP-CS1830122NPSMASONRichardEsqCommitted to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealingNickR
LEP-CS1831513NPSMASONRichardEsqCommitted to County Limerick Jail by Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Patrick HERLEHY, charge with robbery; By Richard MASON, Esq., Patrick KENNEDY, charged with turning pasture land;NickR
WMT J1823123NPMMASONThomasEsqAt Bombay, Lieutenant General George Frankland, 65th Regiment, to Ann, third daughter of the late Thomas Mason, Esq. of Bedford-row, London.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPMMASONThomas MonckEsq Capt RNAt Kingston Church, Thomas Monck Mason, Esq., Captain in the Royal Navy, of Enniskerry, county Wicklow, to Mary, second daughter of the Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart., Commissioner of the Dock-yard, Portsmouth, and niece to the Right Honourable Earl Grey.SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDMASONWilliamEsqAt Kilmore, County Kerry, in the 47th year of his age, Wm. Mason, Esq. SdeM
LRTV18541222NPMMASONWilliamEsqAt Bruff Church, William MASON, Esq., Cooleen, County Limerick, to Alice, youngest daughter of Frederick BEVAN, of Camass, Esq.NickR
WMT J1823123NPMMASON AnnAt Bombay, Lieutenant General George Frankland, 65th Regiment, to Ann, third daughter of the late Thomas Mason, Esq. of Bedford-row, London.SdeM
LC_LM1774609NPMMASON MissMr. Philip BEERE, Grocer, of Aungier-street, to Miss MASON, of York StreetNickR

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

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