King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 60

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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FJ1835926NPMMIHANTerenceEsqOn the 20th inst, at Bundoran, co Donegal, by the lady's uncle, the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr Terence MIHAN, of Enniskillen, merchant, to Miss CROKER sister of Thomas CROKER Esq solicitorNickR
LC1835930NPMMIHANTerenceMrAt Bundoran, co Donegal, Mr Terence MIHAN of Enniskillen, merchant, to Miss CROKER sister of Thomas CROKER Esq solicitorNickR
WMT J1825602NPMMILBANKEAnne Maria At Southampton, Arthur Moore, Esq., youngest son of the Hon. Judge Moore, of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland, to Anne Maria, third daughter of Sir John Peniston Milbanke, Bart. of Halnaby-hall, Yorkshire. SdeM
WMT J1825602NPMMILBANKEJohn PenistonSir BartAt Southampton, Arthur Moore, Esq., youngest son of the Hon. Judge Moore, of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland, to Anne Maria, third daughter of Sir John Peniston Milbanke, Bart. of Halnaby-hall, Yorkshire. SdeM
FJ18491117NPMMILDMAYP J StJ Nov 13, at All Souls', St Marylebone, London, P J StJ MILDMAY, of Baslegrove, House, Somersetshire, to Caroline Adel Catherine Valentine, daughter of the late R STANDISH Esq of Scaleby Castle, Cumberland, and granddaughter of the late Earl of LimerickNickR
WMT J18301104NPDMILESCharles Sincerely and deservedly regretted by her friends, at Lackan, the wife of Mr. Charles Miles, of that place. SdeM
HDM17701215-18NPMMILESElizabeth A few days ago at Clonmell, the Rev Samuel RYAL to Miss Elizabeth MILESNickR
LGA1813629NPSmILESGeorgeMrOn Thursday, John CROKER, Esq was elected mayor of Clonmel for the ensuing year—and John BAGWELL and John HOWELL Esqrs Bailiffs. At the same time the council nominated Mr Wm CLAYTOR, weighmaster of the of that town in the room of Geo MILES resignedNickR
WMT J1828327NPDMILESGeorgeRevAt Summerhill, county Tipperary, the Rev. George Miles, Rector of Mortlestown. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMILLCharlesSir BartIn Dover-street, Piccadilly, Sir Charles Mill, Bart., of Bury-house, Hants. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMMILLREsqOn the 13th instant, in Monkstown Church, co. Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Ardagh, Charles, son of R. Miller, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Grace Henrietta, daughter of J. Roe, of Monkstown, County Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDMILLRichard Hawkshaw On the 20th instant, at Millbrooke, County of Tipperary, Richard Hawkshaw Mill, of Cartown, County of Limerick. SdeM
FJ1821823NPMMILLERCatherine On 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
LC1821825NPMMILLERCatherine James 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
WMT G1835122NPMMILLERCharles On the 13th instant, in Monkstown Church, co. Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Ardagh, Charles, son of R. Miller, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Grace Henrietta, daughter of J. Roe, of Monkstown, County Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828529NPMMILLERCharlotte At 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
FJ18591223NPDMILLERCrokerCaptDecember 18, at Bedford, Helena Matilda, eldest daughter of the late Croker MILLER, Londonderry, formerly Capt in the 17th RegtNickR
FJ1857729NPDMILLERCrokerEsq, CaptIn Londonderry, Croker MILLER Esq formerly Capt in the 17th regimentNickR
WMT J1828529NPMMILLEREdwardEsqAt 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
LGA1812407NPMMILLEREllen This morning, in said church [St Munchin's] Mr Wm. GOGGIN, chandler, to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER, rector of Six Mile Bridge, co ClareNickR
LGA1812407NPMMILLERFitzwilliamRevThis morning, in said church [St Munchin's] Mr Wm. GOGGIN, chandler, to Ellen second daughter of the Rev Fitzwilliam MILLER, rector of Six Mile Bridge, co ClareNickR
WMT J18231218NPDMILLERFrancis MooreLt-ColAt Ghazeepore, East Indies, Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Moore Miller, of the 87th, or Princes own Regiment, which he commanded for eight years.SdeM
FJ18591223NPDMILLERHelena Matilda December 18, at Bedford, Helena Matilda, eldest daughter of the late Croker MILLER, Londonderry, formerly Capt in the 17th RegtNickR
FJ1796714NPMMILLERJohnCaptCapt MILLER of the Londonderry militia to Miss Catherine CROKER daughter of John CROKER Esq of WaterfordNickR
FJ18201116NPDMILLERJohnEsqOn Saturday last, John MILLER Esq of Moneymore, father of the collector of Excise in LondonderryNickR
WMT J1827412NPMMILLERJohnEsqIn St. Peter's Church, William Johnson Russell, Esq. of Upper Baggot- street, to Sarah, daughter of John Miller, Esq. of New-street, county Dublin. SdeM
Pue'sO17531009NPSMILLERJohn Same day [Sunday] a boy robbing a garden in Rathfarnham was fired upon by the gardiner who wounded him in the A—se and several other places of which he now lies very badNickR
Pue'sO17531013NPSMILLERJohn Same night [Tuesday] as some persons were endeavouring to take the said MILLER he fired a pistol, and shot one Henry BRIEN dead on the spot, and made his escape. Mr David SHARPLY, with proper assistants, went in Pursuit of him, but notwithstanding all his endeavours the Villain has got off. The said MILLER is about 45 years old of a very swathy Complexion, a little marked with the Small Pox, Hawk Nos'd, with a dent or cut over his Forehead, Bow legg'd, Stoop Shoulder's. His Voice is somewhat altered by his taking too much Snuff, he is five feet odd inches high, walks very smart, & is a wigmaker by TradeNickR
Pue'sO17531013NPSMILLERJohn Same night [Tuesday] died Samuel COX, the boy mentioned in my last to be shot as he was robbing a gentleman's garden in Rathfarnham last Sunday by one John MILLERNickR
Pue'sO1754105NPSMILLERJohn Same day (Wednesday) a Proclamation was issued by the Lord Lieutenant and council, offering a reward of fifty pounds for apprehending John MILLER of Rathfarnham against whom two several indictments were found by the Grand Jury of the County of Dublin for shooting Samuel COX on the 7th of October last and Henry BRYAN who attempted to apprehend him on the 9th, of which wounds the both died, as formerly mentioned in this paper; and requesting all Officers; Civil and Military to be aiding, and assisting in siezing the said murdererNickR
WMT J18271115NPMMILLERJoseph GeorgeEsqOn the 30th ult., in Fenuagh Church, County Carlow, Joseph George Miller, Esq. of Gorey, to Harriet, second daughter of William O'Neill, Esq., of Clonmore house, in that County. SdeM
FJ1841616NPMMILLERMaria On the 14th inst, in St Peter's church, Henry LEADER Esq son of the late Nicholas Philpot LEADER Esq of Dromagh Castle, co Cork to Maria only child of T B MILLER Esq QC of Mountjoy square and niece of the Master of the RollsNickR
FJ1825813NPDMILLERMary On the morning of the 5th inst, at Bellmount, co Londonderry, i the 19th year of her age Mary 3rd daughter of William MILLER EsqNickR
WMT J1827412NPMMILLERSarah In St. Peter's Church, William Johnson Russell, Esq. of Upper Baggot- street, to Sarah, daughter of John Miller, Esq. of New-street, county Dublin. SdeM
FJ1841616NPMMILLERT BEsq QCOn the 14th inst, in St Peter's church, Henry LEADER Esq son of the late Nicholas Philpot LEADER Esq of Dromagh Castle, co Cork to Maria only child of T B MILLER Esq QC of Mountjoy square and niece of the Master of the RollsNickR
FJ1821823NPMMILLERWilliamEsqOn 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
LC1821825NPMMILLERWilliamEsqJames 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
WMT J1824408NPBMILLER CaptAt Knockdrin, the seat of Sir Richard Levinge, Bart., on the third inst., the Lady of Captain Miller, Royal Horse Artillery, of a daughter.SdeM
FJ1843314NPMMILLER CaptAt Port Philip New South Wales, Capt MILLER formerly of the 40th Regt aged 65, to Miss MACQUEEN aged 71NickR
LEP-CS18291009NPSMILLER MajMajor MILLER, Inspector General of Police, is directed by the Government to repair to Bruff, to investigate charges preferred by a Magistrate of the County Limerick against the Chief Constable. The investigation will be held in Court-House of Bruff.NickR
WMT G1835528NPBMILLER  At Gosforth New-houses, Newcastle, the wife of - Miller, a workman at Gosforth Colliery, of two girls and a boy. SdeM
FJ18531206NPMMILLETTLetitia December 1, in St Anne's church, Robert Langley HUNT Esq of Cooliney, co Tipperary, to Letitia, only daughter of the late Richard MILLETT Esq of Kylemore, in the same coNickR
FJ18531206NPMMILLETTRichardEsqDecember 1, in St Anne's church, Robert Langley HUNT Esq of Cooliney, co Tipperary, to Letitia, only daughter of the late Richard MILLETT Esq of Kylemore, in the same coNickR
LHMA17891019NPMMILLETT MissMatt. JACOB, of St. Johnstown, co. Tipperary, Esq. to Miss. MILLETT, daughter of Surgeon MILLETT, of Fethard.NickR
LHMA17891019NPMMILLETT SurgeonMatt. JACOB, of St. Johnstown, co. Tipperary, Esq. to Miss. MILLETT, daughter of Surgeon MILLETT, of Fethard.NickR
WMT J18231002NPDMILLIKJohnEsqThe Lady of John Milliken, Esq. H.P. Royal Staff Corps.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPDMILLIK MrsThe Lady of John Milliken, Esq. H.P. Royal Staff Corps.SdeM
LEP-CS1831729NPMMILLIKENJosephEsqIn Dublin, JiohnGrove WHITE, Esq MD of Spa Hill, co Limerick, to Sophia youngest daughter of the late Joseph MILLIKEN, EsqNickR
FJ1831802NPMMILLIKENJosephEsqOn Tuesday last, Joh Grove WHITE of Spr Hill, co Limerick, Esq MD to Sophia youngest daughter of the late Joseph MILLIKEN Esq of this city [Dublin]NickR
LEP-CS1831729NPMMILLIKENSophia In Dublin, JiohnGrove WHITE, Esq MD of Spa Hill, co Limerick, to Sophia youngest daughter of the late Joseph MILLIKEN, EsqNickR
FJ1831802NPMMILLIKENSophia On Tuesday last, Joh Grove WHITE of Spr Hill, co Limerick, Esq MD to Sophia youngest daughter of the late Joseph MILLIKEN Esq of this city [Dublin]NickR
LC17971223NPSMILLINERJeremiah On the 18th isnt died in Tulliheneer, near Tarbert, Michael and Jeremiah MILLINER, brothers, the former aged 99 years, the latter 96 years, though poor, they were both remarkably honest, generous and pious; they expired in the same bed and their deaths were occasioned by the same complaint.NickR
LC17971223NPSMILLINERMichael On the 18th isnt died in Tulliheneer, near Tarbert, Michael and Jeremiah MILLINER, brothers, the former aged 99 years, the latter 96 years, though poor, they were both remarkably honest, generous and pious; they expired in the same bed and their deaths were occasioned by the same complaint.NickR
WMT J1823102NPDMILLINGHenryLt-ColOn the 30th instant, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends, Lieutenant-Col. Henry Milling, 93d Highlanders. His illness was brought on by the severity of a fatiguing campaign in Spain, and wounds received at the battle before Corunna, whilst serving with the 81st Regiment.SdeM
WMT J18281106NPDMILLNERDeborah At Mountrath, Queen's County, Deborah Millner, one of the Society of Friends. SdeM
WMT J1825526NPDMILLNERJohnEsqOn the 16th ult., in Mountmelick, in the 26th year of his age, William, second son of John Millner, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825526NPDMILLNERWilliam On the 16th ult., in Mountmelick, in the 26th year of his age, William, second son of John Millner, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829226NPDMILLSEdwardEsqOn the 11th instant, at the house of his sister Mrs. Staunton, Rutland-street, Dublin, Edward Mills, of Fairymount, in the county of Roscommon, Esq., aged 69. SdeM
WMT J18261207NPMMILLSJamesEsqIn St. Audeon's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, on the 2d inst., James Mills, of Castleblake, Co. Tipperary, Esq. to Miss Anna Thomazia Petterson, of Anglesea-street. SdeM
WMT J1824513NPMMILLSJane Marcella At Donnammon Church, on Monday, the 3d instant, Lewis Ormsby, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Sidney Ormsby, late of Grange, in the county of Roscommon, to Jane Marcella, second daughter of Mark Anthony Mills, of Tempo, in the said county, Esq., and niece to the late Earl of Arran.SdeM
WMT J1824513NPMMILLSMark AnthonyEsqAt Donnammon Church, on Monday, the 3d instant, Lewis Ormsby, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Sidney Ormsby, late of Grange, in the county of Roscommon, to Jane Marcella, second daughter of Mark Anthony Mills, of Tempo, in the said county, Esq., and niece to the late Earl of Arran.SdeM
WMT G1835423NPDMILLSMichaelEsqAt his seat, Connellstown, on the 18th ult., sincerely and deservedly lamented by a numerous circle of friends, Michael Mills, Esq., formerly one of the Six Clerks in the court of Chancery. SdeM
WMT J1828612NPMMILLSWilliamEsqOn the 23d inst. in St. Mark's Church, by the Rev. N. Manley, William Mills, Esq. of Slain, to Mary Anne, only daughter of William Cummins, Esq. of Erne-st. SdeM
LC1792616NPN/SMILLWARD MrThe humility of the Public is earnestly appealed to, in behalf of a Widow with three Orphans, who is now confined in the City Jail (and in an Appartment with thirteen Men, no other place being appropriated for Debtors,) for a debt of £9:—the Plaintiff has kindly offered to accept five guineas in full payment, and the Jailer will remit his Fees, and pay a Crown towards liberating her.—Benefaction will be received by A. WATSON, and Mr. MILLWARD, Jailer.NickR
WMT J1824527NPMMILMANH.H.Rev ProfThe Rev. H.H. Milman, Professsor of Poetry in the University of Oxford, and Vicar of St. Mary's, Reading, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Lieutenant-General Cockell, of Sandleford Lodge, Berkshire.SdeM
WMT J1824422NPDM'ILVEENHenryNrOn the 8th inst., Mr. Henry M'Ilveen, of Glassdrummond, aged 88 years.SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSMINCHINCRevLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18281002NPSMINCHINC HRevSIGNS OF THE TIMES. ... On the same day [Sunday last], as two little boys, the sons of the Rev. C.H. Minchin, were walking in the direction of Clonbalt, they were suddenly assailed by a host of children, who immediately commenced throwing stones at them and abusing them as Blackguard heretics ... SdeM
WMT J1831120NPBMINCHINC HRevOn the 8th inst. at 14, Fitzgibbon-st., Dublin, the Lady of the Rev. C.H. Minchin, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1829806NPMMINCHINCharlesRevJune 30, at Longford Church, by the Rev. Charles Minchin, Henry Fleming, Esq., of Athlone, to Sophia, youngest daughter of Thomas Slemmon, Esq. of Longford. SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSMINCHINCharles HRevLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18291203NPSMINCHINCharles HRevOn Tuesday last the Rev. Charles H. Minchin, Curate of this Parish, and Chaplain to the troops at present stationed here, was presented with a beautiful Gold Snuff-Box ... SdeM
WMT J1831310NPMMINCHINCharles HRevIn Dublin, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Charles H. Minchin, Robert C. Barbor, of Rathmore, Esq., in the County Longford, to Joanna, youngest daughter of the late Richard Dawson, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826914NPSMINCHINCharles HenryRevAt a Meeting of the Board of Superintendence, held at the Gaol of Longford, on Saturday, the 9th of September, 1826, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin having this day handed in his resignation as Local Inspector, Resolved - That the same be accepted, and that we express to him our regret at losing so valuable and efficient an officer; and we beg to offer him our warmest thanks for the zeal and ability with which he discharged the various and important duties of that Office, during a period of so many years. Resolved - That Mr. Vance Williams, of Longford, be appointed temporary Local Inspector, in the room of the Rev. C.H. Minchin, resigned. Signed, FORBES, Chairman. SdeM
WMT J18301118NPSMINCHINCharles HenryRevTHE CHURCH. We feel gratified in announcing to our readers the appointment of the Rev. Richard Flood to the Curacy of Templemichael, and the Rev. Sackville Lee his assistant, on the resignation of our late highly esteemed and indefatigable Curate, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin. The Rev. Mr. M'Clintock has been appointed Curate of Ballymacormick, in the room of the Rev. R. Flood. ... SdeM
WMT J18311124NPMMINCHINDora On the 21st instant, at Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Manly, Robert Harding, Esq., of Parsonstown, in the King's County, to Dora, youngest daughter of the late Faulkner Minchin, Esq., of Annagh, in the County Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J18311124NPMMINCHINFaulknerEsqOn the 21st instant, at Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Manly, Robert Harding, Esq., of Parsonstown, in the King's County, to Dora, youngest daughter of the late Faulkner Minchin, Esq., of Annagh, in the County Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J1829108NPDMINCHINJohnEsqOn the 29th ultimo, at his friend's house, in Warrington-place, Mr. Paul Minchin, son of the late John Minchin, City sword-bearer, Esq. In addition to the above notification, friendship would crave a line to record the following:- That the deceased's grateful sense of favours conferred could only be equalled by his ardent desire to return them, and that latterly when enriched by a munificent legacy from his relative, the late philanthropic Edward Johnson, Esq., his friends and particularly those who most needed his services, were always welcome to his home and his heart. SdeM
WMT J1829108NPDMINCHINPaulMrOn the 29th ultimo, at his friend's house, in Warrington-place, Mr. Paul Minchin, son of the late John Minchin, City sword-bearer, Esq. In addition to the above notification, friendship would crave a line to record the following:- That the deceased's grateful sense of favours conferred could only be equalled by his ardent desire to return them, and that latterly when enriched by a munificent legacy from his relative, the late philanthropic Edward Johnson, Esq., his friends and particularly those who most needed his services, were always welcome to his home and his heart. SdeM
LGA1816614NPMMINCHINWRevRe-married at Shinrone Church on Saturday last by the Hon and Rev Robt MAUDETH, Rev W MINCHIN eldest son of Wm MINCHIN of Greenhills Co Tipperary to Marianne, youngest daughter of Corker WRIGHT of Rutland Kings Co EsqNickR
LGA1811730NPSMINCHINWilliam On Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A BNickR
LGA1816614NPMMINCHINWilliam Re-married at Shinrone Church on Saturday last by the Hon and Rev Robt MAUDETH, Rev W MINCHIN eldest son of Wm MINCHIN of Greenhills Co Tipperary to Marianne, youngest daughter of Corker WRIGHT of Rutland Kings Co EsqNickR
LGA1817321NPSM'INERNEYJohn Thomas SWEENY, John M'INERNEY, Patrick KEATING, John CONNELL and Patrick FOX, for stealing goods from Ballyadam, siezed for rent due to the Rev R WOLFE to be imprisoned for one month each, and to give security to keep the peaceNickR
LGA1820307NPSM'INERYWilliam Those accused of the murder of the Rev John MULQUINYNickR
LC1770329NPAMINIGANMichael Whereas Marien FLEN otherwise MINIGAM daughter to Michael MINIGAN of Aherheni, in the County of Clare farmer, has been lawfully married to William FLEN of Ballybrack in the County of Clare farmer, these are to give notice to the public, that no person by any authority whatsoever shall make farther attempt upon her as her marriage is to be proved by two cerdible witnesses, or else he will suffer the rigour of the law. March 22, 1770.NickR
FJ1854307NPMMINITERJohnMrFebruary 26, Peter, eldest son of Mr Patrick BRIDGEMAN of Robertstown, co Limerick, and brother to Mr Joseph BRIDGEMAN CE of this city, to Kate eldest daughter Mr John MINITER of Longhill, in the same coNickR
FJ1854307NPMMINITERKate February 26, Peter, eldest son of Mr Patrick BRIDGEMAN of Robertstown, co Limerick, and brother to Mr Joseph BRIDGEMAN CE of this city, to Kate eldest daughter Mr John MINITER of Longhill, in the same coNickR
LC1783205NPDMINNETTRobertRevA few days ago, at Blackfort, in the County of Tipperary, the Rev. Roby. MINNET, Rector of Tulla, in the County of Clare, deservedly regretted by his friends and acquaintance, as he lived and died a truly charitable honest man.NickR
LGA1819316NPSMINOGUEPat Assizes, Ennis March 9 ... Pat Minogue, for sheep stealing from John HAYES, guiltyNickR
WMT J18241118NPMM'INTIREJohnCaptOn the 3d inst. in the Cathedral Church of Derry, Captain John M'Intire, of the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, daughter of the late Ninian Boggs, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825217NPDMIOTTRichardEsqOn the 7th inst. much regretted, after an illness of ten days, Richard Miott, Esq. of Dublin. SdeM
FJ1819113NPDMITCHEL[nee FORSTER]MrsOn the 11th inst, to the inexpressible regret of a numerous family and a widely extend acquaintence William FORSTER of Ballynure, in the co Monaghan, Esq; and the preceding day his only sister Mrs MITCHEL relict of Blaney Owen MITCHEL EsqNickR
FJ1819113NPDMITCHELBlaney OwenEsqOn the 11th inst, to the inexpressible regret of a numerous family and a widely extend acquaintence William FORSTER of Ballynure, in the co Monaghan, Esq; and the preceding day his only sister Mrs MITCHEL relict of Blaney Owen MITCHEL EsqNickR
WMT J1826112NPDMITCHELLArchibaldDrOn the 9th instant, at Clifton of a rapid decline in the prime of life, Dr. Archibald Mitchell, of Collon, County Louth, Surgeon of the Louth Regiment of Militia, and late Surgeon of the Tyrelspass Dispensary, deeply and deservedly lamented by his disconsolate widow and a numerous circle of friends. SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMITCHELLCampbellColOn Tuesday, in London, Miss Mitchell, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Campbell Mitchell, niece to Lady Fletcher, of Ashley Park, and Lady Leith, to Lieutenant-Colonel Allen, of the late 23d Lancers.SdeM
WMT J1827419NPMMITCHELLCharlotte (nee CARTER) On Saturday, 7th inst. in Peter's Church, William Connor, of Dublin, Esq. to Charlotte, daughter of the late Michael Carter, of Carter-hill, Esq. and relict of Lieutenant James Mitchell, of said place. SdeM
FJ17661025-28NPMMITCHELLCooteMrA few days since the Rev Mr Coote MITCHELL, vicar of Rathdrum in Co Wicklow, to Miss Maria SMYTH, sister to Thomas SMYTH of Drumcree in the Co Westmeath EsqNickR
DWJ1749812NPSMITCHELLCooteRevYesterday 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
MJ1749814NPSMITCHELLCooteRevDublin Aug 12: Yesterday the Rev Mr Coote MITCHELL was elected city chaplain, in the room of Rev Mr Palfry HIGGINS deceasedNickR
Pue'sO17511221NPNMITCHELLCooteRevThe Revd Coote MITCHELL, chaplain to the Hon City of Dublin, is made Curate of St Anne's in room of the Revd GOODWIN deceasedNickR
Pue'sO17531215NPN/SMITCHELLCooteRevSame day (Wednesday) at a Post Assembly held at the Tholsel, te Rev Coote MITCHELL chap[lain to the Hon City of Dublin was appointed to succeed the Rev Mr BUCKLEY in the living of Rathdrum in the co WicklowNickR
WMT J1828117NPMMITCHELLEdwardEsqYesterday morning, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Blundell, Rector of Castlerea, James Alexander Hamilton, Esq., eldest son of Robert Hamilton, Esq., of Clonsilla, in the county of Dublin, to Rosetta, daughter of Edward Mitchell, Esq., of Gore's Grove, county Kilkenny. SdeM
HDM1771704-06NPMMITCHELLHenry Henry MITCHELL of Mitchell fort Co Cork Esq to Miss Elinor PEARD daughter of Richard PEARD of Caregeen in said CoNickR
LGA1812211NPSMITCHELLJMrA fatal testNickR
WMT J1824708NPDMITCHELLJQ-MasterIn Tralee, Quarter-Master J. Mitchell, of the 29th Regiment.SdeM
WMT J1827419NPMMITCHELLJamesEsqAt Whistleberry, James Mitchell, Esq. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Captain Robert Christie, 88th Foot. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPMMITCHELLJamesLtOn Saturday, 7th inst. in Peter's Church, William Connor, of Dublin, Esq. to Charlotte, daughter of the late Michael Carter, of Carter-hill, Esq. and relict of Lieutenant James Mitchell, of said place. SdeM
WMT J1826105NPDMITCHELLJames Burrowes In Lower Mount-street, on Christmas Day, James Burrowes Mitchell, aged six years, eldest child of John Mitchell, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823515NPDMITCHELLJohnEsqAt Curristown, in this county, John Mitchell, Esq. of Gore's grove, co. Kilkenny.SdeM
WMT J1826105NPDMITCHELLJohnEsqIn Lower Mount-street, on Christmas Day, James Burrowes Mitchell, aged six years, eldest child of John Mitchell, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835205NPBMITCHELLJohn HEsqOn the 23d ultimo, at Hazlebrook, County of Roscommon, the lady of John H. Mitchell, Esq., of a son. SdeM
WMT J18261116NPDMITCHELLJosephMrOn the 4th inst. the wife of Mr. Joseph Mitchell, of Bride-street, universally regretted. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPDMITCHELLJosephMrOn Monday last in Bride-street, Mr. Joseph Mitchell. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMITCHELLPierpoint OliverEsqOn the 7th instant, at his house, in Upper Mount-street, Dublin, Pierpoint Oliver Mitchell, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828117NPMMITCHELLRosetta Yesterday morning, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Blundell, Rector of Castlerea, James Alexander Hamilton, Esq., eldest son of Robert Hamilton, Esq., of Clonsilla, in the county of Dublin, to Rosetta, daughter of Edward Mitchell, Esq., of Gore's Grove, county Kilkenny. SdeM
LGA1812211NPSMITCHELLThomasMrA fatal testNickR
WMT G1835312NPMMITCHELL MajOn the 25th ultimo, at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, Major Mitchell, of the Madras Army, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel M'Caskill, of the 98th Regiment. SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMITCHELL MissOn Tuesday, in London, Miss Mitchell, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Campbell Mitchell, niece to Lady Fletcher, of Ashley Park, and Lady Leith, to Lieutenant-Colonel Allen, of the late 23d Lancers.SdeM
WMT G1835611NPDMITCHELTREEWilliamEsqAt his residence, in Liberty-street, Pittsburgh, North America, the 22d April last, William Mitcheltree, Esq., in the 67th year of his age, formerly of Mountpelier-hill and Capel-street, in Dublin, Wholesale Drug Merchant and Chemist. He was a kind and affectionate husband and parent, and a sincere and generous friend. He is much lamented by all who knew him, and more particularly by his family and relatives, by whom he was tenderly beloved for his many excellent qualities. SdeM
WMT G1835507NPMMITFORDBertramEsqAt Clontarf Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, Hans Blackwood Hamilton, second son of W.S. Hamilton, of Grenville-street, Esq., to Frances, eldest daughter of Bertram Mitford, of Clontarf, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835507NPMMITFORDFrances At Clontarf Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, Hans Blackwood Hamilton, second son of W.S. Hamilton, of Grenville-street, Esq., to Frances, eldest daughter of Bertram Mitford, of Clontarf, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828327NPDM'IVERIverEsqOn the 18th inst. at Richmond, near Dublin, Iver M'Iver, Esq. in his 63d year. SdeM
LC1826930NPSM'KEADJohn Two inquests were yesterday held by the Right Worshipful Henry WATSON, Mayor, at the Infirmary, on the body of Catherine BERRY, who was murdered by Denis RYAN at Ballyneety; and on the body of John M'KEAD, a respectable shoemaker, who was found drowned on Thursday in the Shannin at the New docks.NickR
LGA1813409NPMM'KEEVERJamesMrIn Castlefin, county Donegal, on the 19th inst, Mr James M'KEEVER, aged 95 years, to Miss MOORE, of said town, aged 19. The Gentleman is in full possession of all his mental and corporal faculties—he is and active sportsman. He takes great delightNickR
LGA1813409NPMM'KEEVERJamesMrin fishing in the river Finn, near Castlefin; and is a very successful vereran angler.NickR
WMT G1835625NPMM'KELVEYJane On Friday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Waugh, Mr. Thomas Ferguson, of Hyde-Park, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John M'Kelvey, of Old Park. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPMM'KELVEYJohnMrOn Friday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Waugh, Mr. Thomas Ferguson, of Hyde-Park, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John M'Kelvey, of Old Park. SdeM
WMT J18271122NPDM'KENNAFEsqOn the 12th inst. at W[]llville, near Monaghan, Philip, son of the late F. M'Kenna, Esq., of Drogheda. SdeM
WMT J18271122NPDM'KENNAPhilip On the 12th inst. at W[]llville, near Monaghan, Philip, son of the late F. M'Kenna, Esq., of Drogheda. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDM'KENNARaymond Harvey On the 18th inst., Raymond Harvey, youngest son of the Rev. William M'Kenna, of Ballickmoyler, Queen's County. SdeM
WMT J18271122NPMM'KENNARichard BEsqIn the 12th inst. at Southampton, Richard B. M'Kenna, Esq. of London, to Jane Louisa, third daughter of William Kelly, Esq. of Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835416NPBM'KENNATheobaldEsqOn the 6th instant, at Raheny, the lady of Theobald M'Kenna, Esq., of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDM'KENNAWilliamRevOn the 18th inst., Raymond Harvey, youngest son of the Rev. William M'Kenna, of Ballickmoyler, Queen's County. SdeM
WMT G1835108NPBM'KENNAWilliamRevOn the 25th ultimo, at Ballickmoyler, Queen's County, the lady of the Rev. William M'Kenna, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1834410NPBM'KENZIEBEsqAt the Bank-house, Denny-street, Tralee, the lady of B. M'Kenzie, Esq., of a daughter. SdeM
LC1824911NPMM'KENZIEJamesEsqIn Dublin, James MATHEWS, Esq to Sarah, daughter of James M'KENZIE, of Wellington Place, EsqNickR
LC1824911NPMM'KENZIESarah In Dublin, James MATHEWS, Esq to Sarah, daughter of James M'KENZIE, of Wellington Place, EsqNickR
FJ1861302NPMM'KEONE Rev MrA Young Couple.—On Shrove Tuesday a young couple belonging to Annagasson were married in Togher Chapel by The Rev Mr M'KEONE, whose ages were as follows:— James MATHEWS, a sailor, aged 16, and Alice BICKERSTAFF, aged 15, daughter of Capt BICKERSTAFF of the schooner GuessNickR
LGA1811813NPMM'KERNWilliamMrYesterday morning, Mr. William M'KERN, of this city, printer, to Miss TAYLOR, daughter of Mr. Wm TAYLOR, of Glentworth StreetNickR
WMT J18321018NPDM'KEYJohnEsq M DAt Killinon, on the 17th inst., in the prime of life, John M'Key, Esq., M.D., most sincerely and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. SdeM
WMT J1825113NPMM'KINLAYJohnMrOn the 5th instant, in Soldierstown Church, Mr. Thomas Ewing, Belfast, to Miss Margaret, third daughter of Mr. John M'Kinlay, Moira. SdeM
WMT J1825113NPMM'KINLAYMargaretMissOn the 5th instant, in Soldierstown Church, Mr. Thomas Ewing, Belfast, to Miss Margaret, third daughter of Mr. John M'Kinlay, Moira. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPDM'KINLEYDennis On the 24th December last, Dennis M'Kinley, of Sheans, near Ballycastle, departed this life, aged 117 years. He never had a day's sickness - could read the smallest print without spectacles - usually rose at 3 o'clock in the morning, and went to bed with the family. He died on the same day of the month, and the same month on which he was born. He was temperate in living. SdeM
WMT J1827927NPMM'KINSTRP[SIC]LeeEsqLee M'Kinstrp[sic], of Keady, Esq., to Marianne, eldest daughter of the late George Wilson, of Durkley, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18291013NPSM'KNIGHTJohn HartiganEsqCity Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
LEP-CS1831510NPSM'KNIGHTJohn HartiganEsqCommitted to County Limerick Jail, by John Hartigan M'KNIGHT, Esq., John LOUGHLEN, charged with turning up grass land; By the rev Edward CROKER, Patrick COLLINS, charged with assault: By S. MAXWELL, Esq., Maurice WALSH, charged with the murder of Ml RYANNickR
FJ1785217NPMM'LAUGHLINCatherine John Fuller Esq of Clara Kings County to Miss Catherine M'LAUGHLIN of Clare in County Mayo, August the 9th, 1781 which marriage was kept for some particular reasons, and now Mrs FULLER thinks it proper to acquaint her friends and the public.NickR
WMT J18291022NPMM'LAUGHLINHubertRevOn the 15th instant, in the Church of Aghavoe, by the Rev. Hubert M'Laughlin, John Butler, Esq., of Castletown, to Catherine, daughter of the late Joseph Palmer, Esq. of Cuffesborough, in the Queen's County. SdeM
WMT J1829528NPMM'LEANHenryRevMay 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 J1828717NPDM'LEANJohn At Hallbeath, near Dumfermline, John M'Lean, collier, in the 101st year of his age. His mental faculties remained unimpaired till within a few days of his death. SdeM
WMT J18321101NPDM'LORNANGeorgeEsqOn Tuesday last, in this town, Ellen, third daughter of George M'Lornan, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPDM'LOUGHLAN MissAt the Presentation Convent, Kilkenny, Miss M'Loughlan.SdeM
WMT J18251103NPDM'MAHONAndrewEsqAfter a short illness in Crow-street, on the 24th inst., Andrew M'Mahon, Esq. late a Barrister of Dublin. SdeM
LC1799417NPMM'MAHONBryanEsqMonday last, Mr. Geo OSBORNE, Professor of Music, to Miss M'MAHON, daughter of Bryan M'MAHON, Esq; of this City.NickR
LGA18121204NPSM'MAHONBryanEsqReport of case on consitorial courtNickR
WMT J18271115NPMM'MAHONCharlesEsqOn the 2th [sic] instant, in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Charles M'Mahon, of Monaghan, Esq., to Miss Margaret Coleman, of Dundalk. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPDM'MAHONDRt Rev Codjutor Bishop of KillaloAt the residence of his brother, the Right Rev. D. M'Mahon, Roman Catholic Codjutor Bishop of Killalo, Daniel M'Mahon, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPDM'MAHONDanielEsqAt the residence of his brother, the Right Rev. D. M'Mahon, Roman Catholic Codjutor Bishop of Killalo, Daniel M'Mahon, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829414NPMM'MAHONJohnMrAt Derriagby, Mr. John M'Mahon, aged 70, to Miss Elizabeth Brady, aged 60. SdeM
LEP-CS1835109NPMM'MAHONLetitiaMissEdward EDGAR, Esq; St Louis, Missouri, (U.S.A.), formerly of Londonderry, to Miss Letitia M'MAHON, of Carrickfergus.NickR
WMT J1823417NPMM'MAHONMary On the 9th inst. in Limerick, Robert Ingram, Esq., son of the Rev. Henry Ievers Ingram, Rector of Kilmurry, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mathew M'Mahon, Esq. of Limerick, and niece to Sir Mathew John Tierney, Bart.SdeM
WMT J1823417NPMM'MAHONMathewEsqOn the 9th inst. in Limerick, Robert Ingram, Esq., son of the Rev. Henry Ievers Ingram, Rector of Kilmurry, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mathew M'Mahon, Esq. of Limerick, and niece to Sir Mathew John Tierney, Bart.SdeM
LGA18171202NPSM'MAHONMichael Friday last, the following convicts were sent off from our jail for Cork, thence to be transported to Botany Bay— Thomas RIEDY, for assulting a dwelling house; John HENRY, (a black) for horse stealing; Michael HASSETT, and Michael M'MAHON for burglary. There yet remains fourteen persons under sentence of transportation in the County and City jails. [Note Peter Mayberry's database has Michael MCMAHON transported on the Minerva I (1) native of County Wexford born 1787 arriving in 1818 for a life sentence]NickR
LC1799417NPMM'MAHON MissMonday last, Mr. Geo OSBORNE, Professor of Music, to Miss M'MAHON, daughter of Bryan M'MAHON, Esq; of this City.NickR
LGA1812403NPSM'MAHON Mr SerjeantCork April 2:...
In the city civil court the case of SULLIVAN against TUCKEY for a breach of promise of marriage, occupied the court from four o'clock to nine at night of Friday. It appeared the plaintiff was a servant in the house of the father of defendant, receiving wages of two guineas a year—the young gentleman had just returned from college, and having become deeply enamoured with his fair desdemona, wrote some very loving letters, which did much more credit to the galantry of his heart than the sagacity of his head— it appeared that the birth of a lovely babe was the consequence of the attachment— in consequence of the interference of his friends, the young gentleman was induced to give up all hopes of enjoying Miss SULLIVAN as his bride— but she was determined not to be treated so cavalierly with impunity, and therefore brought her action. Mr Serjeant M'MAHON, in a very able speech maintained the maid was the seducer and the young man seduced but the jury, it seems, thought otherewise, for they returned a verdict of 100 guineas against the defendant
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WMT J1825714NPSM'MANUSJames Henry NOTICE. COUNTY OF LONGFORD. The Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor, hath been pleased to appoint James Henry M'Manus of Ballymahon, in the County of Longford, one of the Masters Extraordinary, of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery of Ireland. The Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice, and the other Honourable Justices, of the Court of King's Bench, have appointed him a Commissioner of said Court, for taking affidavits, and Special Bail. The Right Honourable, the Lord Chief Justice, and the other Honourable Justices, of the court of Common Pleas, and the Right Honourable the Chief Baron, and the other Honourable Barons, of the Court of Exchequer have severally been pleased to appoint him a Commissioner for taking Affidavits, for their respective Courts. Ballymahon, 14th July, 1825. SdeM
WMT J1828424NPMM'MINNMargaretMissOn Friday, 14th ultimo, at Castlecaulfield Church by the Reverend Thomas Carpendale, Mr. W. Irwine, of Mullaghmore, to Miss Margaret M'Minn, of Dungannon. SdeM
WMT J1828717NPDM'MORRISJosephEsqIn London, Joseph M'Morris, Esq., late surgeon in the Hon. Company's Bombay Establishment. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPMM'MURRAYEllenMissWilliam Sproule, Esq., of Athlone, to Miss Ellen M'Murray. SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMM'NAIRJamesEsqMay 25, James M'Nair, of Crossmolina, in the Co. of Mayo, Esq., Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London, to Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. M'Bride, of Sligo. SdeM
WMT J18241202NPDM'NALLYJohn On Friday last, in Cavendish-row, sincerely and deservedly regretted, John, eldest son of the late R. M'Nally, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1834130NPSM'NALLYJohn IN THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. In the Matter of Alexander Black, an Insolvent. ... the affidavit of John Black, it is ordered by the Court, that the appointment of an Assignee in this matter, in the room of John Shaw, deceased ... John M'Nally, Attorney, No. 36, Upper Dominick-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18281218NPDM'NALLYLeonardBarrister at LawIn the 82d year of her age, Mrs. Fetherston, relict of the late John Fetherston, Esq. and sister to the late Leonard M'Nally, Barrister at Law. SdeM
WMT J18241202NPDM'NALLYREsqOn Friday last, in Cavendish-row, sincerely and deservedly regretted, John, eldest son of the late R. M'Nally, Esq.SdeM
FJ1801611zNPSM'NALLY Mr (Atty)See Patrick WARD trialNickR
LC1827411NPSM'NAMARADenis Yesterday, the Mayor held another inquest on the body of Denis M'NAMARA, a pedlar, who died of intoxication. It appeared this wretched being had swallowed on the day of his death eighteen glases of whiskey, and two pints of porter!--Verdict accordinglyNickR
LC1826426NPSM'NAMARAJames On the 3d instant, ten armed fellows calling themselves "four years old," from County of Limerick, broke into the house of the Widow BENNETT, near Shandrum, in the County of Cork, and carried her away together with two horses, one of which they afterwards stabbed with a bayonet; she was fortunately rescued next morning by James M'NAMARA, of Doolas, in this County, and brought back by a party of the Police. Edward LEEMY, the principal in this outrage, was apprehended by Mr. WOODBURN, Chief Constable, fully identified by Catherine BENNETT, and Committed to the County Jail of Cork by Major MAXWELLNickR
LC1783106NPSM'NAMARAMichael Mr. Thomas POWELL acknowledges the receit of ten Guineas by the hands of the Rev. Mr. NIHILL, for the relief of the poor Debtors; by which five unhappy Men in the City Gaol have been relieved from confinement, viz. Hugh CLAREY, Michael M'NAMARA, William CORCORAN, William MEAGHAN, and Patrick MEAHANNickR
WMT J1824923NPMM'NAMARASusan On 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 J1824923NPMM'NAMARAWilliam NugentEsqOn 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
LC1824602NPSM'NAMARA MajTwo farm houses of Major M'NAMARA's, near Tulla, and one near Broadford, County Clare, were maliciously consumed last week.NickR
LEP-CS1828819NPSM'NAMARA  Marriage in the high life.-- On Sunday evening, at Inch-Bridge, County Clare, the Widow O'KELLY, just turned on her 94th year, to hearty, rattling young fellow, named M'NAMARA, aged 24! A little property was the main inducement to the young man's matrimonial adventure, and he has, it is understood, been a great deal disappointed.NickR
LEP-CS1831415NPSM'NAMARA  On Monday evening, four men dressed in women's clothes, went to the house of a farmer named M'NAMARA, near Stonehall, County Limerick, and took a gun, and deliberately danced a reel on the road to the amusement of the spectators.NickR
LEP-CS1831419NPSM'NAMARA  We are requested to contradict a statement, in a contemporary, that arms were taken, by four men dressed in women's clothes from the house of a farmer, named M'NAMARA, in the psh of Stonehall. The peace of the psh remains undisturbed by a single outrageNickR
WMT G1835402NPDM'NEILLJane At Belfast, on the 20th instant, Jane, second daughter of Mr. William M'Neill. SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDM'NEILLWilliamMrAt Belfast, on the 20th instant, Jane, second daughter of Mr. William M'Neill. SdeM
LC18231022NPMM'NEMARACMissOn Monday morning, at Kilmurry Church, by the Rev. Henry I. INGRAM, Mr. John GOGGIN, to Miss M'NEMARA, of George's Street.NickR
LHMA17891207NPDM'NEMARAJohnMrA few days ago, Mrs. M'NEMARA, relict of the late John M'NEMARA, of this city.NickR
LC1824505NPSM'NEMARAMatthew On Sunday seven young people were amusing themselves in a cot on the Shannon at the head of the Canal, two boys began to box on board, when the cot was upset by which all on board were plunged into the water, and, frightful to relate, Matt M'NAMARA of Mary-street, and Mary O'MEARA, were drowned --- the former 22, and the latter 18 years of age. The Mayor held an inquest on the bodies --- Verdict--- Accidentally drowned.NickR
LHMA17891207NPDM'NEMARA MrsA few days ago, Mrs. M'NEMARA, relict of the late John M'NEMARA, of this city.NickR
LEP-CS1829313NPSM'NEMARA VRev Deansee Rev Robert BOURKENickR
WMT J18231127NPMMOCHONCYWilliamRevOn 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
LGA1813402NPSMOCKLERELt-ColThe freedom of the city of Cork was conferred of Lt-Col E MOCKLER, of the 102d Foot, and Mr CROKER, Secretary to the AdmiraltyNickR
WMT J1823227NPDMOENSA.EsqOn the 27th ult., at the house of A. Moens, Esq., Park-street, Bristol, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Dunn, Esq., K.C.SdeM
WMT J1828508NPMMOFFATJamesRevOn the 22d inst. at Forgney Church, by the Rev. James Moffat, John Booth Dawson, Esq., of Gardiners-place, in the city of Dublin, to Anna, eldest daughter of Captain John Dawson, of Nohaville, County Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J18281009NPSMOFFATJamesRevSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
WMT J1831210NPSMOFFATJames RobertRevThe Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint the Rev. James Robert Moffat a Magistrate for the County of Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J1827913NPDMOFFAT[SIC]John In Edinburgh, John Moffat[sic], Esq. of the 92d Regiment, son of the Rev. James Moffatt, of Ballymahon. SdeM
WMT J1828124NPMMOFFATTGeorge BeattyRevAt the Cathedral, Lisburn, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. George Beatty Moffatt, of Drumlane, in the County of Cavan, Robert Gerald Moffatt, Esq., 17th Regiment, son of the Rev. James Moffatt, Ballymahon, County Longford, to Helen Sarah, only daughter of Captain James Church, of Balaghy, and niece to the late John Simon, Esq., Lisburn. SdeM
WMT J18321206NPMMOFFATTJ RRevDec. 3, by special license, in Dawson-street, by the Rev. J.R. Moffatt, Rector of Athlone, Captain T.W. Moffatt, 66th regiment, to Mrs. Martha Matilda Spunner, of Parsonstown, only daughter of the late John Middleton Berry, Esq., of Middleton, in the county Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J1827913NPDMOFFATTJamesRevIn Edinburgh, John Moffat[sic], Esq. of the 92d Regiment, son of the Rev. James Moffatt, of Ballymahon. SdeM
WMT J1828124NPMMOFFATTJamesRevAt the Cathedral, Lisburn, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. George Beatty Moffatt, of Drumlane, in the County of Cavan, Robert Gerald Moffatt, Esq., 17th Regiment, son of the Rev. James Moffatt, Ballymahon, County Longford, to Helen Sarah, only daughter of Captain James Church, of Balaghy, and niece to the late John Simon, Esq., Lisburn. SdeM
WMT J1828124NPMMOFFATTRobert GeraldEsqAt the Cathedral, Lisburn, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. George Beatty Moffatt, of Drumlane, in the County of Cavan, Robert Gerald Moffatt, Esq., 17th Regiment, son of the Rev. James Moffatt, Ballymahon, County Longford, to Helen Sarah, only daughter of Captain James Church, of Balaghy, and niece to the late John Simon, Esq., Lisburn. SdeM
WMT J18321206NPMMOFFATTT WCaptDec. 3, by special license, in Dawson-street, by the Rev. J.R. Moffatt, Rector of Athlone, Captain T.W. Moffatt, 66th regiment, to Mrs. Martha Matilda Spunner, of Parsonstown, only daughter of the late John Middleton Berry, Esq., of Middleton, in the county Westmeath. SdeM
WMT J18241118NPMMOFFATTWilliamEsqOn the 16th inst. in the Parish Church here, by the Rev. W. Sturrock, William Moffatt, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Barton, Professor of Music, of this place.SdeM
WMT J18281009NPSMOFFETJamesRevSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
WMT J1826615NPDMOFFETTJamesRevHORRIBLE MURDER IN THE COUNTY OF LONGFORD. We have just heard that a most dreadful murder was committed last Sunday night, on the road between Ballymahon, and the town of Longford. It appears, that a young man named Thomas Needham, son to the Clerk of the Parish of Moydow, being on his way home, fell in company with some persons who were drinking in an unlicensed whiskey house, no quarrel whatever seems to have occured there, but soon after leaving that place, the unfortunate Needham was murdered in the most barbarous manner - his skull was beaten all to 10 pieces with stones, his eyes knocked into the head, and his face altogether so contused, as to render it quite frightful to behold. The body was dragged through hedges and ditches nearly half a mile, and then deposited in a boghole, where it was found next day nearly naked. Needham was robbed of clothes and money, as well as deprived of life. There being no Coroner in the County, the neighbouring Magistrates, viz: Sir George Fetherston, Major O'Donoghue, Mr. Kingston of Mosstown, and the Rev. James Moffett, have been during the last two days holding an Inquest, which was not concluded when our Correspondent closed his letter. Through the extreme activity of the Constabulary, the whole of the persons implicated in this atrocious affair, have been taken into custody, and there is little doubt, we are happy to say, but that the guilty will be shortly brought to condign punishment. Rather a singular circumstance is concerned with this murderous transaction - exactly three years from the evening on which Needham met his shocking fate, he, while engaged with some youthful companions, threw a small stone at one of them, which missing the object aimed at, struck on the head of a woman who happened to be passing, a fracture was the consequence, and death in some time ensued, although the misfortune was purely accidental, vengeance was denounced by the relatives of the deceased - Catholic blood was spilt by the hand of an Heretic, and accident was considered as no sufficient excuse - The Parish Clerk's sons were afterwards assaulted wherever they appeared - some, to avoid persecution, found it necessary to enlist as soldiers, while the ill-fated subject of the present article, had to seek for service in distant places, from whence he was returning to visit his family, when cruelly butchered by his relentless foes. SdeM
WMT J1824318NPAMOFFETTJohn Adamson LANDS TO BE LET
COUNTY OF LONGFORD.
TO BE LET,
And immediate possession given, either in the whole or in divisions, all, and that part of the LANDS of CLONCOOSE, Late in the possession of Thomas Webster, Esq. containing 129A. 1R. 22P. according to survey, situate within one mile of the Town of LONGFORD.
Proposals will be received by the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Newcomen [Gleadowe-Newcomen], Bank, Castle-st., Dublin; or by John Adamson Moffett, Carrickglass, who can shew the map. Hugh Brackin, who resides on the Farm will shew the premises. March 17, 1824.
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WMT J18331231NPSMOFFETTRobert LONGFORD. On the night of the 24th inst., about the hour of seven o'clock, an armed party entered the dwelling-house of Robert Moffett, of Middletown, in search of fire-arms, but having only found a bayonet, they carried it off without doing any further injury. Moffett is a member of the Killashee corps of yeomanry, and was absent at the time. Same night, an armed party entered the dwelling-jouse of Mr. Leonard Bole, of Killeeny, and took therefrom one musket, two bayonets, iron ramrod, powderhorn, and seven rounds of ball cartridge. Mr. Bole is Lieutenant of the Killashee corps, and was also absent at the time. ... SdeM
WMT J1834130NPSMOFFETTTJames In the matter of Harman Bole, an insolvent Debtor. The Creditors of the Insolvent are required to attend the Assignee, in this matter, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday, the 20th day of February, inst. at Patrick Connor's Hotel, in the town of Longford, for the purpose of taking into consideration, and determining on the best manner of disposing of that part of the lands of MIDDLETOWN and KILLEENY, lately in the actual possession of the Insolvent, and now in the possession of the Assignee, and also other matters connected therewith. Dated this 1st day of February, 1834. JAMES MOFFETTT, Assignee of said Insolvent. SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMMOFFITCatherine On the 1st instant, at Abbeyleix Church, Thomas Dillon, of Insulavata Cottage, in the King's County, Esq., to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late James Moffit, of Derryfore, in the Queen's County, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMMOFFITJamesEsqOn the 1st instant, at Abbeyleix Church, Thomas Dillon, of Insulavata Cottage, in the King's County, Esq., to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late James Moffit, of Derryfore, in the Queen's County, Esq. SdeM
LC_LM1774310NPMMOGANIsaacMrMr. Isaac MORGAN, to Miss Rebecca MORRISON.NickR
FJ1835711NPDMOLANYjamesEsqIn this city, of fever, Mrs MOLONY relict of james MOLONY Esq solicitorNickR
FJ1835711NPDMOLANY MrsIn this city, of fever, Mrs MOLONY relict of james MOLONY Esq solicitorNickR
FJ17821219-21NPDMOLESWORTHCooteHonAt Chichester, Sussex England, aged 85, Hon Coote MOLESWORTH uncle of the present Lord Viscount MOLESWORTHNickR
WMT G1835521NPDMOLESWORTHRichardViscount MolesworthOn the 30th ult., at Exeter, in Devonshire, where she had resided for nearly four years, the Honorable Mrs. Stewart, daughter of the Right Honorable Richard, third Viscount Molesworth, and relict of the late Wm. Stewart, Esq., of Killymoon, representative of the County of Tyrone in many successive Parliaments ... SdeM
LGA1811507NPSMOLESWORTHRobertHonHis Royal Hiness the Prince Regent has, in the name and on behalf of his Majesty, been pleased, by letters patent under the Great Seal of Ireland, to constitute and appoint the Right Hon. Charles Henry Lord Castle-Coote, the Right Hon. John Ormsby VANDELEUR, Robert WYNNE, Esq. the Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON, the Hon. John JOCLYN, the Hon. Robert MOLESWORTH, together with Henry HAMILTON, Esq to be commissioners of his Majesty's customs and port duties in Ireland. NickR
FJ1770522NPMMOLESWORTH CaptIn Limerick, Capt Robert MOLESWORTH of the 38th Regiment to Miss ROSENickR
Pue'sO1747110NPN/SMOLESWORTH ViscountThe Rt Hon Lord Viscount Molesworth has appointed Thomas COOTE Esq to be store keeper of the Train in the room of John FAVIER Esq deceasedNickR
WMT J1823717NPDMOLLANJMrJanuary the 25th, at Cape Coast Castle, Africa, of dysentery, Mr. Robert Mollan, third son of the late Mr. J. Mollan, of Newry.SdeM
WMT J1823717NPDMOLLANRobertMrJanuary the 25th, at Cape Coast Castle, Africa, of dysentery, Mr. Robert Mollan, third son of the late Mr. J. Mollan, of Newry.SdeM
FJ1818415NPMMOLLOYAnne Homan On the 3rd inst, Alfred Henry eldest son of Maj Gen L'ESTRANGE of Larkfield in this county, to Anne Homan only daughter of the late Laurence Beresford MOLLOY Esq of Clonbela, King's coNickR
FJ1819317NPDMOLLOYArthurEsqAt Birr, in King's co, Arthur MOLLOY Esq after a protracted indisposition ...NickR
FJ1857810NPMMOLLOYArthurEsqAugut 5, at Monkstown, Arthur MOLLOY Esq solicitor of York Street, to Sarah, daughter of John CAROLIN Esq Lower Gardiner StreetNickR
FJ18271217NPMMOLLOYBrienEsqOn the 8th inst, at George's ch, O'Brian BELLINGHAM Esq son of the late Sir Allan BELLINGHAM Bt of Castlebellingham, to Matilda eldest daughter of Brian MOLLOY, Esq of Millicent, co Kildare and re-married at her father's hse accordinf the form of RC chNickR
FJ1831910NPMMOLLOYCharlesEsqAt Ballymoate church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831913NPMMOLLOYCharlesEsqAt Ballymote church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
WMT J18251208NPDMOLLOYCharlesRevAt Clontarf Church, by the Rev. Charles Molloy, on Saturday the 3d Dec., Isaac, eldest son of Isaac Spencer, Esq. of York and Poppleton, to Martha Hariett, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Phipps, Esq. of Sligo, and Clontarf, Co. Dublin. SdeM
FJ1788425NPMMOLLOYCooteEsqJohn PHIBBS of Lisconny in the Co Sligo Esq to Miss MOLLOY daughter of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown Co Roscommon EsqNickR
FJ1860502NPDMOLLOYCooteEsqApril 23, at Carrick on Shannon, John Charles HUTCHINSON, second son of Dr HUTCHINSON, and grandson of the late Coote MOLLOY Esq DL Hughstown, co RoscommonNickR
LT1836818NPBMOLLOYCooteRevAt Killuken Glebe, the lady of the Rev Coote MOLLOY of a daughterNickR
LC18271121NPSMOLLOYCoote CRevAt an ordination held at the cathedral church of Elphin, by the Lord Bishop of that Dicese, the following were admitted to priests orders, Vis—Rev Hugh HAMILTON, Rev COOTE C. MOLLOY...NickR
FJ1831910NPMMOLLOYCoote CharlesRevAt Ballymoate church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831913NPMMOLLOYCoote CharlesRevAt Ballymote church, the Rev Coote Charles MOLLOY eldest son of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon, Esq to Alicia eldest daughter of Robert K DUKE of Newpark, co Sligo, EsqNickR
LGA18181023NPDMOLLOYEdwardEsqOn Saturday, at his house on Sullivan's Quay, Cork, in the 90th year of his age, Edward MOLLOY, Esq. originally descended od a respectable family, in the King's county. At an early period he quitted his country, and established his residence in Oporto, where he carried on an extensive trade, realizes a large fortune, and lived for fifty years, in opulence and esteem.NickR
FJ1818415NPMMOLLOYLaurence Beresford (Bomford?)EsqOn the 3rd inst, Alfred Henry eldest son of Maj Gen L'ESTRANGE of Larkfield in this county, to Anne Homan only daughter of the late Laurence Beresford MOLLOY Esq of Clonbela, King's coNickR
FJ18271217NPMMOLLOYMatilda On the 8th inst, at George's ch, O'Brian BELLINGHAM Esq son of the late Sir Allan BELLINGHAM Bt of Castlebellingham, to Matilda eldest daughter of Brian MOLLOY, Esq of Millicent, co Kildare and re-married at her father's hse accordinf the form of RC chNickR
FJ1788425NPMMOLLOY MissJohn PHIBBS of Lisconny in the Co Sligo Esq to Miss MOLLOY daughter of Coote MOLLOY of Hughstown Co Roscommon EsqNickR
LGA1819309NPSMOLONEYCharles AEsqHis Excellency the Marquis Hastings, Gov. Gen. of India has appointed Charles A MOLONEY Esq. chief commissioner and manager of several provinces lately ceded in India, to the British Government; this young gentleman is second son of James MOLONY, Esq of Kilcannon, co Clare: this important and dignified situation has been given to him in the most handsome and gracious manner, as a reward of his most extensive talents, and his intimatel knowledge of the Persian languageNickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYGeorge Last Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYJamesEsqLast Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYJames (Fitzanderw) Last Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYJames (Fitzjohn) Last Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
LEP-CS18331029NPDMOLONEYJohnMrOn Thursday last, Mr. John MOLONEY, of Tallabracky, near BruffNickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYJohn (Fitzpatrick) Last Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
LC1769522NPSMOLONEYSusannaMissLast Tuesday James MOLONEY Fitzandrew, James MOLONEY Fitzjohn, John MOLONEY Fitzpatrick, George MOLONEY and several others, forcibly carried miss Susanna MOLONEY an heiress, from Crag in the county Clare, and kept her in an island in Lough-greny, till Saturday following, when they were taken, and yesterday lodged in the jail of Ennis; by the activity of James MOLONEY, Ringrose DREW and Richard TENELL, Esqrs, three of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assisted by a party of Lord Drogheda's light Dragoons from Gort.NickR
FJ1859702NPMMOLONY?MissJune 28, at Tulla, the Rev F Fitzgerald FRENCH, rector of Templebarry, to the daughter of James MOLONY Esq of Kiltannon, co ClareNickR
LC18271010NPSMOLONYAgnes (nee CROKER) In Dublin, Agnes, the wife of the Rev. A. MOLONY, of a still born child.NickR
LEP-CS1828422NPDMOLONYAndrewMrOn Saturday, in Chursh-street, Ennis, Mr. Andrew MOLONY, Linen-draper, a man deeply regretted by his friends and acquaintenances, and whose numerous family will long deplore his loss. Mr. MOLONY was long engaged in the service of his country as a distinguished seaman, and after fighting the battles of his country, he, after many years spent in the walk of industry and peace, has at length cast his last anchor in the town of his birth.NickR

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H ALLEN  Joseph ATKINSON  Part 02
Joseph ATKINSON  Robert BARLOW  Part 03
Sarah BARLOW  William BEATTY  Part 04
Catherine BEATY  John BENNETT  Part 05
John BENNETT   BEVERHOUDT  Part 06
BEVIN  Alexander BLOOD  Part 07
Benjamin BLOOD  Catherine Cole BOWEN  Part 08
Christopher BOWEN  John BRAY  Part 09
J BREDIN  Joseph BROWNRIG  Part 10
Rosanna Bridget (nee LEE) BROWNRIG  Nathaniel Edward BUTLER  Part 11
Pierce BUTLER  Joseph CARROL  Part 12
Thomas CARROL  Robert CHADWICKE  Part 13
Robert CHADWICKE  Amelia CHRISTIAN  Part 14
Anastasia CHRISTIAN  Richard CLOSE  Part 15
Robert Barry CLOSE  Anthony CONNELL  Part 16
Barbara CONNELL  Charles Eyre COOTE  Part 17
Charles Eyre COOTE  Robert COOTE  Part 18
Robert COOTE   CRAMPTON  Part 19
CRAMPTON  Edward CROKER  Part 20
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 21
Henry CROKER  Maria Sophia [nee LASCELLS] CROKER  Part 22
Marianne CROKER   CROKER  Part 23
CROKER  Georgina CUYLER  Part 24
Lambett D[R]EW  Paul DE PEYRONNET  Part 25
Pierre-Denis DE PEYRONNET  Thomas DIVETT  Part 26
Thomas DIXON  Barry DREW  Part 27
Barry DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 28
Pierce William DREW  Lawrence DURACK  Part 29
Lawrence DURACK  Thomas ELRINGTON  Part 30
ELRINGTON  Catherine FAULKNER  Part 31
W C FAULKNER  Laurence FITZGERALD  Part 32
M FITZGERALD  G E FORMAN  Part 33
John FORRESTAL  Bartholemew FRERE  Part 34
George FREWEN   GEORGE  Part 35
Elizabeth GEORGE[SIC]  William GOGGIN  Part 36
William GOGGIN  Marinne GRANT  Part 37
Mercia Maria GRANT  Richard GREVILLE  Part 38
Richard F GREVILLE  Hans HAMILTON  Part 39
Hans HAMILTON  (nee DENNIS) HARRISON  Part 40
Elizabeth (nee WINTER) HARRISON  George HEHIR  Part 41
James HEHIR  Ellen HILL  Part 42
G L HILL  Samuel HOLMES  Part 43
Samuel HOLMES   HUGGARD  Part 44
HUGGINS  Robert INGRAM  Part 45
INGRAM   JESSOP  Part 46
JESSOP   KEARNEY  Part 47
Hugh KEARNS  Alexander Speer KERR  Part 48
John KERR  David H LAMBERT  Part 49
John LAMBERT  William LAWRENCE  Part 50
LAWRENCE  John LEE  Part 51
John LEE  Joseph LENNARD  Part 52
Charlotte LENNON  Richard Pennefather LLOYD  Part 53
Rick LLOYD  James LYONS  Part 54
James D LYONS   MAHAFFY  Part 55
MAHAFFY  George MASSEY  Part 56
George [Eyre] MASSEY  Daniel MAUNSELL  Part 57
Daniel Henry MAUNSELL  John MCFARLAN  Part 58
Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY  Terence MIHAN  Part 59
Terence MIHAN  Andrew MOLONY  Part 60
Anne MOLONY  Isaac MORGAN  Part 61
James MORGAN  Robert MURPHY  Part 62
Thomas MURPHY  Jeremiah NOONAN  Part 63
James NORCOT  Samuel R ODELL  Part 64
Sarah ODELL   OLIVER  Part 65
OLIVER  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 66
Thomas PAKENHAM  Joseph PEACOCKE  Part 67
Joseph PEACOCKE  Maria Helena PERSSE  Part 68
Matilda PERSSE  Richard PLUMMER  Part 69
Cecilia Matilda PLUMPTRE  John PURCELL  Part 70
John PURCELL  John REDDAN  Part 71
John REDDAN  Phoebe RIDGEWAY  Part 72
Patrick RIEDY  Alexander ROSE  Part 73
Christopher ROSE  George RYAN  Part 74
Gertrude RYAN  Henry SANDFORD  Part 75
SANDFORD  A SHEARES  Part 76
Davis SHEARIN  Richard SMALLMAN  Part 77
Richard SMALLMAN  James SPLAINE  Part 78
Delilah SPOKES  Elizabeth Catherine STOPFORD  Part 79
James STOPFORD  Graves Chamney SWAN  Part 80
Graves Chamney SWAN  Theophilas Morris SYMMS  Part 81
Theophilas Morris SYMMS  William TAYLOR  Part 82
William TAYLOR  Austen TOOHEY  Part 83
Bent TOOLE  Robert TYNDALL  Part 84
TYNDALL  Cadwallader F WADDY  Part 85
Cadwallder WADDY   WALLACE  Part 86
WALLACE  Mary WEEKS  Part 87
Nicholas WEEKS   WHITE  Part 88
WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 89
Edward WILSON   WILSON  Part 90
WILSON   WYLDE  Part 91
Robert WYLEY    Part 92

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