King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 63

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 J18231127NPMMURPHYThomasMrOn the evening of the same day[the 15th instant], by the Rev. Samuel Simpson, of Usher's- quay Meeting House, Mr. Thomas Murphy, of this City, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Findlay, of Arran quay.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMMURPHYThomasMrOn the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Heron, Presbyterian Minister, Ballyroney, Mr. Thomas Murphy, Ballyroney, to Miss Mary Ervin, only daughter of the late David Ervin, Kilkinamurry. SdeM
WMT J1826406NPDMURPHYWilliamAldOn Thursday, at Grange, County Waterford, Alderman William Murphy, aged 87 years. SdeM
FJ1799611NPSMURPHY  Saturday last MURPHY of Thomas Street the owner of the house where was apprehended the late Lord Edward FITZGERALD was liberated from New Prison, upon giving bail.NickR
LGA1818602NPSMURPHY  Committed
... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. to said [county] gaol, Thos HEALY and Eleanor HEALY, for burglary, felony ... By John CROKER, Esq. __ MURPHY, for breaking a door.
NickR
LC1827411NPSMURPHY  Cork Assizes ... MURPHY and others v. REDDAN— An action for £1000 damages in changing a water-course at Middleton, which fed the distillery of the plaintiffs. In this case a non-suit followedNickR
WMT J18281225NPSMURRAYAndrewMasterPROSPECT SCHOOL. Ballymahon, Dec. 20, 1828. At the WINTER EXAMINATIONS which continued from the 15th to the 20th inst. the SILVER MEDAL, for best general answering was obtained by MASTER REYNOLDS PEYTON. The premium for Good Conduct was adjudged to MASTER ANDREW MURRAY. ... SdeM
LC1827718NPDMURRAYBernard Of fever on the brain, Bernard MURRAY, aged 23 years, Guard of the Day Coach, which situation he filled with the greatest fidelity; as a son and brother his character was unexceptionable--he is sincerely regretted by a respectable circle of friends.NickR
WMT G1835521NPMMURRAYCatherine On the 7th instant, in Warrington Church, by the Rev. T. Beatty, Rector of Moira, William Montgomery, of Belfast, Esq., to Catherine, third daughter of the late Hugh Murray, of Moira, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826914NPMMURRAYCatherine Anne At Benown Church in this County, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Routledge O'Donnell, late of the 15th King's Hussars, to Catherine Anne, eldest daughter of Colonel James P. Murray, C.B. of Killenure House. SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMMURRAYCharlesEsqOn the 14th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Charles Murray, Esq., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, third son of Major-General John Murray, late Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara, to Frederica Jane, second daughter of the late Frederick Groves, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271122NPMMURRAYCharles KnightEsqOn the 16th inst. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, Charles Knight Murray, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister, principal Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, to Lady Henrietta, eldest daughter of the late Countess of Rothes. SdeM
WMT J1831106NPDMURRAYDaniel On the 17th of December 1830, at Clooncallow, in this County, Daniel Murray, Esq. aged 79 years. SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMMURRAYDavidEsqOn the 1st instant, in Dundalk Church, by the Rev. Elias Thackeray, Robert Haig, Esq., of London, to Magdalene, eldest daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMMURRAYDavidEsqIn St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMURRAYEliza On Friday morning last, of Decline, in the ninth year of her age, Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Murray, of this town. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMURRAYGeorgeMrOn Friday morning last, of Decline, in the ninth year of her age, Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Murray, of this town. SdeM
FJ1859106NPMMURRAYGeorge WRevJanuary 4, at Handsworth Church, Staffordshire, by the Rev George W MURRAY, rector, Edward BEWLEY Esq MD, of Clara, King's co, to Charlotte Hutchinson, daughter of the late Richard THOMAS, Esq CE of Dilmore Court, YorkshireNickR
WMT J18311027NPMMURRAYHRevOn Monday, the 10th inst., in the Church of Drumcliff, by the Rev. H. Murray, Andrew Crawford, Esq., of Sligo, to Mary Emma, only daughter of B. Coyne, Esq., M.D. of that town. SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMMURRAYHughEsqOn the 7th instant, in Warrington Church, by the Rev. T. Beatty, Rector of Moira, William Montgomery, of Belfast, Esq., to Catherine, third daughter of the late Hugh Murray, of Moira, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMMURRAYIsabella In St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDMURRAYJamesEsqAt Brighton, James Murray, Esq., late Foreign Editor of the "London Times". SdeM
LEP-CS1828905NPSMURRAYJames Capture of SHANAHANNickR
WMT J1826914NPMMURRAYJames PColAt Benown Church in this County, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Routledge O'Donnell, late of the 15th King's Hussars, to Catherine Anne, eldest daughter of Colonel James P. Murray, C.B. of Killenure House. SdeM
WMT J1824617NPDMURRAYJohnGenLast month, at Paris, General John Murray, aged 85. He had served his Majesty sixty years in different parts of the world, and was twelve years a prisoner in France, under Napoleon's government. His eldest son, Major-General Murray, was late Governor of Demerara.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMMURRAYJohnMaj-GenOn the 14th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Charles Murray, Esq., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, third son of Major-General John Murray, late Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara, to Frederica Jane, second daughter of the late Frederick Groves, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827712NPDMURRAYJohnMasterAt John Sweeney's, Esq., Mountjoy-square, Dublin, Master John Murray, aged 13 years. SdeM
FJ1846227NPMMURRAYJohn EdwardRevOn the 19th instant, at Ballymore Eustace, the Rev John Edward MURRAY, to Fanny Isabella, third daughter of the late Maj WOLFENickR
WMT J18231113NPMMURRAYMagdalene On the 1st instant, in Dundalk Church, by the Rev. Elias Thackeray, Robert Haig, Esq., of London, to Magdalene, eldest daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT J1826518NPDMURRAYNicholasMrOn Wednesday, in Dublin, at an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mr. Nicholas Murray, of New Grove, near this town, his remains will be removed to-morrow to Castletown-Delvin for interment. SdeM
WMT J1825106NPDMURRAYPatrickEsqIn Grafton-street, Patrick Murray, Esq. SdeM
LC1826114NPMMURRAYRichardRevOn Tuesday, at Ashkeaton Church, by the Rev. Richard MURRAY, Alexander ELLIOTT, Esq. son of the late Thomas ELLIOTT, Esq. of the county Kerry, to Meliora, second daughter of John S. BROWNE, of Shannonview and Mount Brown, in this County, Esq.NickR
Pue'sO1752620NPDMURRAYThomasHon ColSaturday last died of a malignant fever after four days illness at Londonderry, greatly lamented, Maj Thomas Ash LEE of the Hon Col Thomas MURRAY's regt of FootNickR
WMT J18281127NPMMURRAYWilliam ThomasEsqOn the 17th inst. in St. Catherine's Church, William Thomas Murray, Esq. of Cloncallow-house, in the County Longford, to Hester, fourth daughter of the late John Church, Esq. of Oatlands, county Derry. SdeM
LEP-CS1828912NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt Dieppe, Miss Georgina DREW daughter of the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS and John DREW Esq, granddaughter to the late and niece to the present Earl of DunmoreNickR
LC18321013NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq, Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
LH18321015NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW, daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
WMT J1824617NPDMURRAY Maj-GenLast month, at Paris, General John Murray, aged 85. He had served his Majesty sixty years in different parts of the world, and was twelve years a prisoner in France, under Napoleon's government. His eldest son, Major-General Murray, was late Governor of Demerara.SdeM
LHMA17891026NPMMURRAY Miss[Dublin] In the Isle of Man, Mr. James ENNIS, of Bridge Street, linen draper, to Miss. MURRAY, of Douglas.NickR
WMT J1824108NPMMURRAY Most Rev DrOn the 1st instant, at William's Park, by the Most Rev. Doctor Murray, John Leonard, Esq., Grafton-street, to Ellen Julia, eldest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Gloucester street.SdeM
FJ18261201NPMMURRAY Most Rev DrOn Wednesday evening last, by his Grace the Most Rev Dr MURRAY, Roman Catholic Archbishop, Peter CAVANAGH Esq of Golden Bridge, co Dublin, to Mary Arabella on daughter of the late Jeofry WALDRON Esq of this cityNickR
WMT J1827809NPDMURRAY Most Rev DrIn Lower Gardiner-street, by the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Richard Montesquieu Bellew, Esq., second son of the late Sir Edward Bellew, Bart., [to] Mary, second daughter of John Lalor, Esq., of Cranagh, county Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMMURRAY Most Rev Dr RC Archbishop of DubliOn the 6th instant, by the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Peter Henry Caulfield, of Kilkea Castle, County Kildare, Esq., to Miss Hoey, of Dominick-street, in the City of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1827301NPDMURRAY MrsA few days ago, in the 80th year of her age, Mrs. Murray, of Multyfarnham. SdeM
FJ18601221NPMMURROWWilliam December 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR
WMT J18251117NPAMURTAJohnMrTO BE SOLD. The Interest in the Lands of JOHNSTOWN, COUNTY WESTMEATH. Containing 152 Acres for the term of 3 or 21 years, with Farm House, situate in the Barony of Delvin, within 4 miles of Castle pollard, 3 Castletown Delvin and 1 of Drumcree. Application to be made to Mr. Thos. Murta, Stokestown, Mullingar, or Mr. John Murta, Cumberstown, Drumcree, if by letter post paid. SdeM
WMT J18251117NPAMURTAThosMrTO BE SOLD. The Interest in the Lands of JOHNSTOWN, COUNTY WESTMEATH. Containing 152 Acres for the term of 3 or 21 years, with Farm House, situate in the Barony of Delvin, within 4 miles of Castle pollard, 3 Castletown Delvin and 1 of Drumcree. Application to be made to Mr. Thos. Murta, Stokestown, Mullingar, or Mr. John Murta, Cumberstown, Drumcree, if by letter post paid. SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPSMUSGRAVEJohnEsqWaterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
LC1824908NPDMUSGRAVERichardSirAt Enniscorthy, on Friday, the 27th ult. Charles DAVIS, who was piked, buried, and arose again on the following day on Vinegar Hill, in 17898. See Sir Richard MUSGRAVE's History.NickR
LGA1818410NPDMUSGRAVERichardSir BtSir Richard MUSGRAVE Bt .. in Dublin on 7th Inst ... Collector for the Port of Dublin ... History of the Irish Rebellion ....NickR
FJ1826930NPDMUSGRAVERichardSir BtNear Youghal, Sir Richard MUSGRAVE, Bt [Author of the Rebellions in Ireland] who is suceeded in his titles and estates by his eldest son Richard MUSGRAVE EsqNickR
WMT J1823925NPMMUSSEN MissIn St. Thomas's Church, Mr. Charles Bolas, to Miss Mussen, both of this City.SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMMUTTLEBURYFanny At Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMMUTTLEBURYGeorgeLt Col C BAt Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey. SdeM
WMT J18241111NPMM'WILLIAMSJamesRevOn Friday the 28th ult. the Rev. James M'Williams, Maguiresbridge, to Isabella, fourth daughter of the late Rev. W. Johnston, Rector of the Parish of Innismegrah, County Leitrim.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDM'WILLIAMSThomasEsqAt Armagh, on the 14th inst., Thomas M'Williams, Esq. SdeM
LC1826913NPSMYERSDenis On Wednesday last, a strange labouring man, of the name Denis MYERS, fell down in John-street, Cashel, and almost immediately expired.— The poor man was from the neighbourhood of Kilmallock.NickR
LGA18161018NPMMYLESJamesMrBy the Rev John DUDDELL, at George's Church Mr James MYLES of the house of Messrs MYLES Thormond Gate, to Sarah daughter of Mr William TAYLOR of Ballincurra near this cityNickR
FJ1845220NPMMYLESWilliamEsqOn the 13th inst, in Limerick, William MYLES of that city, Esq, merchant, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late E HAMON EsqNickR
LGA1817520NPMMYLESZMrOn Saturday last at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr HEACOCK, Mr Z MYLES to Gertrude, third daughter of Mr W TAYLOR of this cityNickR
LGA1817527NPMMYLESZacharyMrOn Sunday se'nnight at Kilkeely Church, by the Rev Richard DICKSON, Mr Zachary MYLES to Gertrude, third daughter of Mr W TAYLOR of this cityNickR
LC1799717NPMMYLES MissYesterday morning, in St George's Church, Mt. Thomas PARKER, o Brosky, in this County, to the agreeable Miss MYLES, of this city.NickR
WMT G1835226NPMNAGELAnne Michael John Murphy, Esq., of Blackrock, Cork, to Anne, only daughter of the late Captain Nagel, K.G.L. SdeM
WMT G1835226NPMNAGEL CaptMichael John Murphy, Esq., of Blackrock, Cork, to Anne, only daughter of the late Captain Nagel, K.G.L. SdeM
FJ18171118NPDNAGLEElizabethMrsOn the 9th Inst aged 75 Mrs Elizabeth NAGLE daughter of the late William FORWARD Esq and relict of Garret NAGLE Esq of FermoyNickR
FJ18171118NPDNAGLEGarretEsqOn the 9th Inst aged 75 Mrs Elizabeth NAGLE daughter of the late William FORWARD Esq and relict of Garret NAGLE Esq of FermoyNickR
LC17921110NPMNAGLEGarrettEsqCork November 5, ... Last Thursday, Walter CROKER, of this city, Esq; to Miss Margaret NAGLE, daughter of the late Garrett NAGLE, of Fermoy, Esq.NickR
LC18251119NPDNAGLEGarrettMrIn Thurles, the relict of Mr. Garrett NAGLE, of CorkNickR
LC1810606NPDNAGLEGarrettMrsIn Casle Street, Cork, Mrs. NAGLE, wife of Garrett NAGLENickR
FJ1860503NPSNAGLEJames Children to be brought up Roman CatholicNickR
LC17921110NPMNAGLEMargaretMissCork November 5, ... Last Thursday, Walter CROKER, of this city, Esq; to Miss Margaret NAGLE, daughter of the late Garrett NAGLE, of Fermoy, Esq.NickR
WMT J1828529NPDNAGLEPierceEsqAt Mallow, Pierce Nagle, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828612NPDNAGLERichardSir BartOn the 1st instant, at Southampton, Frances Mary, wife of Oliver Dowel J. Grace, Esq. of Mantua House, in the County of Roscommon, and sister of Sir Richard Nagle, of Jamestown, in this County, Bart. SdeM
FJ1766913-16NPMNAGLE widowA few days ago at Corke, Mr James LEE to the widow NAGLE being his third wife and he her third husbandNickR
LGA1808607NPMNAISHCarroll PEsqOn Thursday last, at Ballyroe, Patrick M'Mahon HIFFERENAN of Liskennet, in this co to the most agreeable Miss NAISH, sister of the late Carroll P NAISH, of Ballycullen EsqNickR
LGA1808607NPMNAISH MissOn Thursday last, at Ballyroe, Patrick M'Mahon HIFFERENAN of Liskennet, in this co to the most agreeable Miss NAISH, sister of the late Carroll P NAISH, of Ballycullen EsqNickR
FJ1847409NPMNAPIERLewis PEsqOn the 5th inst, at Carnalway, co Kildare, by the Rev Mr MERCIER, Lewis P NAPIER? Esq MD to Mary Anne daughter of William WALDRON? Esq architect and builder, of Mountain View Cottage, Carnalway [note ? means first letters of family names missing]NickR
WMT J18281009NPSNAPIERWilliam LenoxEsqSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
WMT G1835521NPMNAPIER Lt-ColAt St. Thomas's Church, Portsmouth, Lieutenant-Colonel Napier (who was gazetted as a dead man, "killed" at the battle of Corunna), to Mrs. Alcock, widow of the late Captain Alcock, R.N., and niece to the late Admiral Sir Thomas Foley, G.C.B. SdeM
Pue'sO1734831NPMNAPPERJames LenoxEsqSame day (Thursday last), Dillon Pollard HAMPSON Esq was married to Miss NAPPER, sister to James Lenox NAPPER Esq a young lady of great merit, beaty and £10,000 Fortune: The bells of Christ Church rang almost two days successively, in honour of the nuptuals; and the ringers were generously rewardedNickR
Pue'sO1734831NPMNAPPER MissSame day (Thursday last), Dillon Pollard HAMPSON Esq was married to Miss NAPPER, sister to James Lenox NAPPER Esq a young lady of great merit, beaty and £10,000 Fortune: The bells of Christ Church rang almost two days successively, in honour of the nuptuals; and the ringers were generously rewardedNickR
WMT J1829618NPMNASHAmelia June 7, at Ballygrade Church, by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, George K. Tivy, of Rosacon, Esq. to Amelia, daughter of the late Thomas Nash, of Ballyheen, Esq. After the ceremony the happy pair set off for Killarney. SdeM
FJ17671117-21NPDNASHAndrewMrIn Whitefryer Street Mr Andrew NASH an eminent attorneyNickR
FJ1769726-29NPMNASHJamesEsqAt the seat of James NASH Esq near Mallow, Hugh Ingoldby MASSY Esq to Miss BASHNickR
LC1825323NPSNASHJohn On Sunday last, two factions met in the neighbourhood of Fedamore, at a hurling match; a dispute arose, and a fight commenced, the result of which is as follows:-- John NASH, sice dead; John HEHIR, concussion of the brain; Patrick HEHIR, skull most desparately fractured, and which was trepanned yesterday by Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun.; Michael MURPHY, concussion of the brain--besided many others severely injured. An inquest was on Monday held by James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, on the body of John NASH, when the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.NickR
WMT J1828424NPANASHJuliana Maria CHANCERY. COUNTY LONGFORD. Juliana Maria Nash, Plaintiff. Valentine Dillon, Margaret Irwin, & Others, Defendants. Pursuant to the Decree of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing date the 12th day of March, 1828, I will on the 9th day of May next, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers on the Inn's Quay, Dublin, Set Up and Sell by Public Cant to the highest and fairest Bidder, All That and Those the MANSION HOUSE and DEMESNE Lands of TENELICK, containing 194A. 2R. 0P. and also All that and those the Town and Lands of KILNECARRA, containing 83 Acres and 3 Roods, be the same more or less, situate, lying and being in the Barony of Shrule and County of LONGFORD, for the purposes in said Decree mentioned. Dated this 15th day of April, 1828. J.S. TOWNSEND. The above lands are held for Lives renewable for ever at a Pepper corn fine, and now produce a profit rent of £270 or thereabouts. There are large and extensive Plantations of young Timber Trees on these Lands, and the Royal Canal, runs through the centre of them. ... SdeM
FJ1786807NPMNASHLewellin Lewellin NASH Esq of Conva Co Tipperary to miss Priscilla Deane SPREAD, third daughter of the late William SPREAD of Ballycannon EsqNickR
Pue'sO1746419NPDNASHNicholasEsqLast week died at Clonmell Nicholas NASH, Esq counsellor at law ...NickR
WMT J1829618NPMNASHThomasEsqJune 7, at Ballygrade Church, by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, George K. Tivy, of Rosacon, Esq. to Amelia, daughter of the late Thomas Nash, of Ballyheen, Esq. After the ceremony the happy pair set off for Killarney. SdeM
FJ1769726-29NPMNASH MissAt the seat of James NASH Esq near Mallow, Hugh Ingoldby MASSY Esq to Miss BASHNickR
WMT J18311215NPANASH MrsBUILDING MATERIALS TO BE SOLD ON THE LANDS OF TENELICK, COUNTY LONGFORD, Immediately adjoining the Royal Canal. Several thousandloads of BUILDING MATERIALS, consisting of Building Stone, Cut Stone of the first description, such as Quoins, Door Cases, Architraves, &c., &c., &c., and a quantity of Brick. Proposals in writing (post paid) will be received by Mrs. NASH, 14, Glasnevin Road, or Stephen Cullen, Esq., 150, Lower Gloucester-street, Dublin. John Conlan, the Woodranger, will attend to shew them. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMNAYLORBernardRevOn the 5th inst., in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Bernard Naylor, James Going Colles, of Lower Sherrard-street, to Rosa Caroline Naylor, youngest daughter of Thomas Naylor, Esq., of Upper Baggot-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMNAYLORRosa Caroline On the 5th inst., in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Bernard Naylor, James Going Colles, of Lower Sherrard-street, to Rosa Caroline Naylor, youngest daughter of Thomas Naylor, Esq., of Upper Baggot-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMNAYLORThomasEsqOn the 5th inst., in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Bernard Naylor, James Going Colles, of Lower Sherrard-street, to Rosa Caroline Naylor, youngest daughter of Thomas Naylor, Esq., of Upper Baggot-street, Dublin. SdeM
LGA1818317NPMNEALJob In the Cathedral of Armagh, Job NEAL, to Mary SMITH, daughter to P. and Mary SMITH, both blind beggars. The father gave away the bride, and the mother gave Job NEAL £50 and said she would have doubled it, did she not fear the regulations lately made in that city would spoil her trade.NickR
WMT J1823814NPDNEALPeter LindsayEsqAt Chapelizod, aged 54 years, Peter Lindsay Neal, Esq. of his Majesty's Excise, and for many years principal of the Permit Office, in Moore street, Dublin.SdeM
LC1824410NPSNEALTim That notorious offender, Tim NEAL, was on Wednesday night apprehended by Captain DUMAS's Police, fter evading justice for many years, during which time the most indefatigable exertions were used to apprehend him, but without success—he was on Thursday carried before Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. of Kenmare Castle, who commited him to the Bridewell at Bruff.NickR
LGA1810928NPSNEASONGeorgeEsqThe Rt Rev the Lord Bishop of Limerick, will hold an ordination at the Cathedral church, on tomorrow being St Michael's day, when the Rev Mr BRADEN of Kilrush, will receive the order of the preisthood, and Edw CROKER, jun, Esq, of Ballyneguard, and Geo NEASON, Esq, the order of deacon.NickR
LGA1811830NPSNEEDHAMRichardEsqThe late Mr. FRANSHAM, of Norwich, who was some time tutor of Mr. WHINDHAM, was so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he repeated and earnestly before his dicease he requested that his body should be laid before a fire, that wine should be offered to his lips, and the arms of a young woman clasped round his neck, before he was given up as unrecoverable.
An occurrence in some degree parallel to the above, happened some years ago,--Richard NEEDHAM, Esq, well known in this city, as commander of the Tarbert Revenue Yacht, who lived to upwards of 90 years of age, was notwithstanding so apprehensive of being buried alive, that he made it a dying request that his head might be cut off before he should be consigned to the tomb, which was complied with by his executors.
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FJ18201109NPDNEEDHAMThomasEsqAt Richmond lodge Rathgar, Sarah, wife of John RICHMOND Esq only nephew of the late Thomas NEEDHAM Esq, one of the principal bankers of this city, and for many years of the house of Messrs STEWARD and SWAN of Leinster StreetNickR
WMT J1826615NPSNEEDHAMThomas HORRIBLE 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 J1827215NPSNEEDHAMThomas On the night of Thursday, last a party of the Constabulary stationed at Strokestown, under the command of James Hogg, Esq. at Gillstown, a Magistrate for the Co. of Roscommon, apprehended at the village of Carginbawn, in the Parish of Kilglass, in this Co. a man named John Bohannan, alias Buchannan, charged with the murder of Thomas Needham, at Glanmore in the Co. of Longford, on the 11th of June last. Bohannan had been advertised in "The Hue and Cry" for a considerable time. Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Hogg for the zeal and activity displayed by him on the occasion. Bohannan has been committed to Longford gaol for trial at the ensuing Assizes. SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMNEEDHAMThomas REsqNEW SHERIFFS. DUBLIN CASTLE, 15TH FEB. 1827. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint the following Gentlemen to be High Sheriffs for the present year:- ... DUBLIN - Thos. R. Needham, of Edmondsbury, Esq., Bank, Foster-place. ... LONGFORD - James Barber, of Moss Vale, Esq., Edgeworthstown. ... SdeM
CMC1808822NPMNEEDHAMWRevSaturday morning, at St. Finn Barry's Church, by the Rev. W. NEEDHAM, Abraham TRAHER, Esquire, Master of His Majesty's ship Brisk, to Miss Lucinda SYMMS, third daughter of Theophalus Morris SYMMS, of Waterfall, Berehaven, Esq.NickR
WMT J18261214NPDNEEDHAM MrAt Birr, aged 107 years, Mr. Needham, who was born on Christmas day, 1719. He was bred a shepherd, & enjoyed his mental and bodily faculties until the week before his death. SdeM
WMT J1827315NPSNEEDHAM  LONGFORD ASSIZES. ... A case of horrible murder committed in the month of June last, on a man named Needham, a Protestant, excited intense interest. Two men named Buchannan (commonly called Bockanan) and Dinnigan were tried on Thursday last for this offence, which was characterized by peculiar traits of atrocity. After a patient investigation of several hours, and a most luminous charge from the Judge, both the prisoners were found guilty, and received sentence of death. The conduct of Buchannan on the occasion, evinced the most daring spirit. When that part of the sentence which directed that their bodies should be delivered to the Surgeons for dissection, was pronounced, this hardened criminal exclaimed that he (the Judge) "could do no worse"; and he thanked God, that "although it was in his power to order punishment for the body, he could not molest his soul". The same unbending spirit marked his conduct to the last. On Saturday about one o'clock, the two wretched criminals were brought forward for execution; Dinnigan appeared both nearly lifeless and insensible, but his comrade stepped upon the platform with the utmost firmness, and immediately with a loud voice, called to the immense surrounding multitude, "to kneel down and pray for him, for THAT HE WAS GOING TO DIE FOR HIS COUNTRY AND HIS RELIGION". The attendant clergyman very properly stopped this harangue, and the culprit, after some time spent in prayer, seemed more sensible of his awful situation. With a firm tone, he again called aloud to the people to pray for him, and entreated them to pursue the advice of their Parents and of their priests', and to avoid bad company and night walking, to which he owed his untimely end.* The drop fell, and the struggle of life was soon over. It is satisfactory to add, that Buchannan in private, acknowledged his guilt, and the justice of his sentence. After this admission, Buchannan exclaimed that he died for his religion and his country - ergo, Murdering a Protestant is to die for religion !!! SdeM
LC1825928NPSNEEHAN  The houses of two farmers, named NEEHAN and SHEEDY, near Charleville, were attacked on Saturday night, by a party of armed men, who fired several shots through the doors and windows.NickR
WMT J1827726NPMNEESONMary Anne Mr. Thomas Cunningham, of Antrim, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Dr. Neeson, of O'Neil's-brook, Randalstown. SdeM
WMT J1827726NPMNEESON DrMr. Thomas Cunningham, of Antrim, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Dr. Neeson, of O'Neil's-brook, Randalstown. SdeM
WMT J1823724NPDNEILRichardMrIn this town, on Sunday night last, Mr. Richard Neil, butcher.SdeM
LEP-CS18291020NPSNEILTimothy Committed to the County Gaol, since our last, by Thomas P. VOKES, Esq. John DUNWORTH and Lawrence LYNCH, charged with the murder of Timothy NEIL and Walter BOURKE at Ballynahinch on the 12th of April last.NickR
WMT J1826323NPDNEILLJohnMrYesterday morning, of a complaint in his liver, Mr. John Neill, wholsesale vender of newspapers. SdeM
LEP-CS1831128NPSNEILLPatrick Tuesday Mr. THOMPSON held an inquest at Carrick_on_Suir on the body of Patrick NEILL, a publican, who, it appeared, had retired to rest on Sunday evening, at ten o'clock, apparently n good health. In a few minutes afterwards, his son, who was to have slept with him, found his father a corpse at eleven o'clock. The verdict of the Coronor's jury was — that the deceased died from the visitation of God. His habits of living had been extremely irregular.NickR
WMT J1824408NPDNEILLRichardMrIn this town, Mrs. Neill, relict of the late Mr. Richard Neill, victualler.SdeM
WMT J1824408NPDNEILL MrsIn this town, Mrs. Neill, relict of the late Mr. Richard Neill, victualler.SdeM
WMT J1829101NPMNEILSONAnne At Sligo, on the 11th instant, Nicholas Goodall, Esq. of Moat Park, County Wexford, to Anne, eldest daughter of Robert Neilson, Esq. of the island of Trinidad. SdeM
WMT J1823515NPDNEILSONMosesRevThe Rev. Moses Neilson, aged 84, Presbyterian Minister.SdeM
WMT J1829101NPMNEILSONRobertEsqAt Sligo, on the 11th instant, Nicholas Goodall, Esq. of Moat Park, County Wexford, to Anne, eldest daughter of Robert Neilson, Esq. of the island of Trinidad. SdeM
WMT J1824506NPDNEILSON Rev DrOn the 25th ult., in Dundalk, Mrs. Getty, wife of Mr. J. Getty, and only daughter of the late Rev. Doctor Neilson, of Redemon, county Down.SdeM
WMT J1828515NPDNELIGANAnna MariaMrsAt Athlone, on the 22d ult., of a rapid decline, in her 21st year, Anna Maria, wife of John M. Neligan, Esq., sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who knew her. SdeM
FJ184382?NPDNELIGANJohnEsqOn the 19th inst, in Tralee, aged 79, John NELIGAN EsqNickR
WMT J1828515NPDNELIGANJohn MEsqAt Athlone, on the 22d ult., of a rapid decline, in her 21st year, Anna Maria, wife of John M. Neligan, Esq., sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who knew her. SdeM
WMT J18261214NPSNELIGANWilliamEsq M DINQUEST. ... William Neligan, Esq. M.D. ... SdeM
LC1825824NPSNELIGAN  A wanton and barbarous outrage was committed on Sunday last, on the person of an elderly man of the name NELIGAN, in the neighbourhoos of Listowel, at one of those goal matches which usually disgrace the Sabbath and frequently terminate so fatally. He was a spectator on this occasion from a short distance, when four or five of the contending party approached and struck him with hurlies on the head—he fell and was trampled on, while blows were repeated with pitchforks, until death put an end to his sufferings. The only possible pretence that can be assigned for this murder is, that he was unfortunately connected with a party against whom his assailants cherished a hostile feeling or grudge from some old encounter.NickR
Pue'sO17361228NPSNELSHAMArthur junEsqKilkenny Dec 24; This day Arthur NELSHAM junr Esq council at law, was by a majority of voices, choses recorder of this city and upon the same day Francis LODGE and George FOSTER Esqrs were by like majority chosed of the council of said city ...NickR
WMT G1835312NPMNELSONAgnes On the 3d instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, Richard William Nelson, Esq., to Agnes, daughter of the late Reverend Arthur Nelson, Kill, King's County. SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMNELSONArthurRevOn the 3d instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, Richard William Nelson, Esq., to Agnes, daughter of the late Reverend Arthur Nelson, Kill, King's County. SdeM
WMT J1823227NPDNELSONEdwardEsqMonday morning, in the 31st year of his age, of a decline, which he bore with Christian patience for the last two years, Edward Nelson, Esq., of the Bank of Ireland universally and deservedly regretted.SdeM
WMT J1827802NPDNELSONJohnEsqIn Holles-street, Mrs. Nelson, relict of the late John Nelson, Esq., Stephen's-green. SdeM
FJ1836106NPMNELSONJosephEsqOn the 31st ultimo, Joseph NELSON Esq Barrister-at-Law, to Ann daughter of Hugh SWAN, of Clady Cottage, Antrim, EsqNickR
LT1836107NPMNELSONJosephEsqIn Dublin, Joseph NELSON Esq barrister at law to Anne youngest daughter of Hugh SWAN Esq of Clady Cottage, AntrimNickR
WMT J1829402NPDNELSONNicholas At Madras in the East Indies, May 10, 1828, Nicholas Nelson, late of Townsend-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMNELSONRichard WilliamEsqOn the 3d instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, Richard William Nelson, Esq., to Agnes, daughter of the late Reverend Arthur Nelson, Kill, King's County. SdeM
LC1833511NPMNELSONThomasEsqIn Newtownbutler church, Thomas NELSON of Belturbett, Esq to Eliza only daughter of William SOMERVILLE of farm, co Fermanagh and granddaughter of the late Col BELLINGHAM of Castle Bellingham, co LouthNickR
WMT J1829402NPMNELSONWilliamEarl NelsonIn London, the Earl Nelson William Nelson, to Hilare, widow of G. Ulrie Barlow, Bart., G.C.B. and third daughter of Sir Robert Barlow, K.C.B. SdeM
WMT J1828424NPDNELSON Countess NelsonAt his Lordship's house, in Portman-square, London, the Countess Nelson, in the 79th year of her age. SdeM
WMT J1827802NPDNELSON MrsIn Holles-street, Mrs. Nelson, relict of the late John Nelson, Esq., Stephen's-green. SdeM
WMT J1824916NPMNESBITTElizaMissOn the 8th instant, at Inver Church, by the Rev. Mr. Montgomery, Charles Underwood, Esq., to Miss Eliza Nesbitt, third daughter of Robert Nesbitt, Mount Charles, Donegal, Esq.SdeM
FJ1822821NPMNESBITTFrancisEsqAt St Peter's church, on the 13th inst, Francis NESBITT Esq late 18th Hussars, to Mary daughter of the late Nicholas Forde ROYCE Esq of Nantenant, co LimerickNickR
WMT J1826330NPSNESBITTFrancisEsqWe regret that it becomes our duty to announce the destruction, by fire, of the greater part of Derrycarne-house, the seat of Francis Nesbitt, Esq., Treasurer of the county Leitrim. The origin of this destructive fire cannot be accounted for; but it appears that it broke out in the new wing of the premises on Saturday last, at about twelve o'clock p.m. and notwithstanding the uncommon great exertion and solicitude which was evinced by the peasantry to arrest its progress, it continued its ravages till the greater part, as above stated, was consumed. SdeM
WMT G1835226NPSNESBITTJames ReportSdeM
WMT J1824916NPMNESBITTRobertEsqOn the 8th instant, at Inver Church, by the Rev. Mr. Montgomery, Charles Underwood, Esq., to Miss Eliza Nesbitt, third daughter of Robert Nesbitt, Mount Charles, Donegal, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835226NPSNESBITTTMrReportSdeM
WMT J1830923NPSNESBITTThomasMrEXTRAORDINARY PRODUCE - A stem of oats has been forwarded to us by Mr. Thomas Nesbitt of Drummid, and taken from the field, without any particular selection.- We took the trouble of counting the grains on it and found them to amount to the extraordinary number of 248 !! - "Longford Journal". SdeM
WMT J1831526NPSNESBITT Rev MrTHE CHURCH. ... The Rev. Mr. Nesbitt is appointed to the Curacy of Kilkeedy, near Limerick. ... SdeM
LC1785314NPDNETHERCOATIsaacMr[Clonmel] Last Tuesday, Mr. Isaac NETHERCOAT, many years corporal in the 4th regt. Horse.NickR
FJ1843311NPMNETTERVILLE Lord Viscount NettlervilleSee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
WMT J1824923NPMNEVILLWilliamHon RevOn the 7th instant, at Longford Church, the Hon. and Rev. William Nevill, son to the Earl of Abergavenny, to Caroline, second daughter of Ralph Leeke, Esq., of Longford Hall, in the County of Salop.SdeM
WMT J1824923NPMNEVILL Earl of AbergavennyOn the 7th instant, at Longford Church, the Hon. and Rev. William Nevill, son to the Earl of Abergavenny, to Caroline, second daughter of Ralph Leeke, Esq., of Longford Hall, in the County of Salop.SdeM
LC1826315NPSNEVILLEDaniel County Record Court ... Tuesday, March 14
...
  Daniel NEVILLE, for administering an unlawful oath to Michael HOGAN, Loughill, importing that he should be faithful to the "Four year olds"— Guilty. Transportation for life. NEVILLE's elder brother was hanged for Mr. GOING's murder, and his younger brother transported.
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WMT J1823807NPSNEVILLE MissOn Monday last, a meeting of the County Kildare Bible Society took place ...
The Reverend James Slator, Vicar of Naas, and Treasurer to the Society ...
Mrs. Slator and Miss Neville, Vice-Patronesses.
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WMT J1824923NPMNEVINJamesRevIn 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
WMT J1825120NPMNEVINJamesRevOn the 13th in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Andrew Risk, Esq. of Lower Bridge-st. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, Rector of Kildimo, county Limerick. SdeM
WMT J18261207NPMNEVINJamesRevIn 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 J1827517NPMNEVINJamesRevOn the 5th instant, in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Mr. Moses George Hall, of Christ Church, to Mrs. Isabella Gayze, relict of the late Geo. Gayze, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18271115NPMNEVINJamesRevOn 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 J1828619NPMNEVINJamesRevIn St. Andrew's Church, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. James Nevin, Joseph Alexander Goulding, Esq. of Thomas street, to Miss Catharine Downing, of Dame street. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMNEVINJamesRevOn the 6th instant, by special licence, by the Rev. James Nevin, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, James Callanan, Esq., A.M., and late Scholar of T.C.D., to Margaret, second daughter of the late R. Graham, Esq., of Dunnville. SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMNEVINJamesRevOn the 3d instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, Richard William Nelson, Esq., to Agnes, daughter of the late Reverend Arthur Nelson, Kill, King's County. SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMNEVINJamesRevOn the 5th instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, by special licence, Coote Carroll, Esq., second son of Alexander Carroll, Esq., County Wicklow, to Albertina Susanna, only daughter of the Reverend Richard Roe, of Rathmines, County Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDNEVINThomasMrOn the 8th instant, Mr. Thomas Nevin, of No. 8, Peter's-row, Dublin, sincerely and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMNEVIN Rev MrOn the 10th instant, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Nevin, Mr. John Willis, of Trinity street, to Mrs. Watson, of Ardee. SdeM
WMT J1828522NPMNEVIN Rev MrAt St. Andrew's Church, by the Reverend Mr. Nevin, Mr. John Willis, of Trinity-street, to Mrs. Watson of Ardee. SdeM
WMT J1828117NPMNEWCOMBArthurRevOn the 7th instant, at Rathfarnham church, by the Rev. Arthur Newcomb, James Hartley, Esq. of this city, to Martha, second daughter of the late William Semple, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1832705NPSNEWCOMENA QUARTER SESSIONS. ... the trial of A. Newcomen for being one of the riotous party ... SdeM
FJ1807826bNPDNEWCOMENCharlesEsqAt Killester House, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Sir William GLEADOWE-NEWCOMEN Bt, Principal of the oldest banking house in Ireland, he married Charlotte daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMEN of Curriglass, in the co Longford (Since created [Baroness] in her own right). He was for many years Representative for Parliament for the co Longford. ... succeeded in his honors and estates by his only son Sir Thomas NEWCOMEN BtNickR
FJ1818929NPMNEWCOMENCharlesEsqOn the 21st inst at Bath, Charles NEWCOMEN Esq of Clonahard, co Longford, to the Hon Katherine {GLEADOWE-]NEWCOMEN youngest sister of Viscount NEWCOMENNickR
WMT J1832202NPMNEWCOMENCharlotte Jan. 19, Lewes Hawkes Morton, of Bogwood, county Roscommon, Esq., to Charlotte Newcomen, of Clonahard, in the county Longford. SdeM
WMT J18301230NPDNEWCOMENHarriett On the 23d inst. at Cloonahard, Harriett, second daughter of the late William Newcomen, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1833919NPANEWCOMENJames In the matter of Geo. Dowdall, a Bankrupt. ... the Bankrupt's Estate and Interest in All That and Those, the lands of Terlicken, Lacken, Ballyglasson and Ramspark, situate in the county of Longford ... For rentals and particulars of incumbrances, &c., apply to James A. Weldon, Solicitor, 29, Lower Ormond Quay, Agent for the mortgagee in said Deed mentioned; or to James Newcomen, Solicitor, Agent for the Assignee, 4, King's Inns Quay, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18301230NPDNEWCOMENWilliamEsqOn the 23d inst. at Cloonahard, Harriett, second daughter of the late William Newcomen, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825217NPSNEWCOMEN MissWe are given to understand that in consequence of the decease of the late Viscount Newcomen and the closing of the concerns of the Banking House, of which his Lordship was the head, his large and valuable estates in different Counties of Ireland, namely Longford, Meath, Tipperary, and Dublin, will be shortly brought into the market.

The following anecdote of the mother of the late Lord Newcomen appears in a London paper:- The father of Miss Newcomen, afterwards Viscountess Newcomen, died when she was quite a girl, leaving Mr. Webster, an old gentleman, an inhabitant of the town of Longford, her guardian, within three miles of which, one of her family seats, Carrickglass, is situate. It happened that there was an humble rustic party, principally of her own tenantry, which Miss Newcomen condescended to grace, and a dance being the principal amusement of the night, she partook of it, and had for her partner a Mr. Johnstone, a good-looking young man, the son of an opulent farmer. In some short time after this event, in the open day, Mr. Johnstone presented himself on horseback, with a pillion behind him, in the public street, on market day, when filled with people, and as Miss Newcomen was crossing the street from the house of her guardian, a friend of Johnstone, stationed near him, seized her round the waist, and attempted to place her on the pillion behind him. The young lady screamed, and fainted away; the horse was spirited, and became restless, which assisted her against the lawless effort. Mr. Webster, the guardian, who was an eye witness of the scene, ran out to rescue her, and as he approached, Mr. Johnstone's friend, who was armed with a sword, made a thrust at him, and the old gentleman fell to the ground. Mr. Webster, jun. the son, was also on the spot; he seized a blunderbuss, and conceiving that his father was killed, lodged the contents in the body of Mr. Johnstone's friend, who expired on the spot. The old man, however, escaped unhurt. Fortunately he had a coat studded with concave brass buttons, the fashion of the day, each as large as a crown piece, and full as strong, one of which received in its centre the otherwise fatal thrust of the unfortunate friend of Mr. Johnstone. Of the fate of the principal, Mr. Johnstone, we cannot speak with certainty, we believe he suffered death for the offence. The melancholy catastrophe permanently depressed the spirits of the lady. In some time after she married Sir W. Gleadowe, then a banker in Dublin, who, with her estates, assumed her name of Newcomen, since ennobled; but which title and estates by the late disastrous events, the death of her only son, and the failure of his bank, are now no more in the family.

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FJ1778122-24NPDNEWCOMEN widowThe widow NEWCOMEN, mother-in-law of William Glendowe NEWCOMEN Esq by whos death a considerable fortune descends to him.NickR
LC1833824NPDNEWCOMMENCatherineHonAt Cheltenham, the Hon Catherine, youngest daughter of the Vicountess NEWCOMMENNickR
FJ17721017-20NPMNEWCOMMEN  On Saturday last by the Rev the Lord Bishop of Elphin, William GLENDOWE Esq an eminent banker of this city to Miss NEWCOMMEN daughter and sole heiress of the late Charles NEWCOMMEN of Co Longford EsqNickR
WMT J1824923NPMNEWENHAMCharlesEsqOn Saturday last, in Cork, Charles Newenham, Esq., son of the late William North Newenham, Esq., of Coolmore, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late William Daunt, Esq. of Woodbrook.SdeM
HC1772302NPDNEWENHAMEdwardSirLast Friday, of a tedious illeness, which she bore with christian resignation, Mrs. HODDER, wife of Mr. Francis HODDER, Merchant, and aunt to Sir Edward NEWENHAM, a Lady whose exemplary piety, charity and humanity endeared her to all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.NickR
FJ1831722NPDNEWENHAMEdward NorthEsqAt Boulonge sur Mer, on the 12th inst, aged 63, Eliza wife of Edward North NEWENHAM Esq and daughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, in the co Galway, ...NickR
FJ1831722NPDNEWENHAMEliza (nee PERSSE)MrsAt Boulonge sur Mer, on the 12th inst, aged 63, Eliza wife of Edward North NEWENHAM Esq and daughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, in the co Galway, ...NickR
WMT J1832503NPMNEWENHAMGeorgeEsqIn St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. Bourne, the Rev. John Tottenham, only son of George Tottenham, Esq., of Rathangan, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late George Newenham, Esq., of Summer-hill, Cork. SdeM
WMT J1828522NPDNEWENHAMGustavusMrAt Ballinderry, near this town, sincerely regretted, Mrs. Newenham, wife of Mr. Gustavus Newenham. SdeM
FJ1808817NPDNEWENHAMHelen (nee WHITE)MrsTuesday last, in child bed, the lady of Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM Esq of Mary borough — Mrs NEWENHAM was sister to Lord Viscount Bantry [WHITE] and is deeply regretted for her many virtuesNickR
WMT J1832503NPMNEWENHAMMary In St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. Bourne, the Rev. John Tottenham, only son of George Tottenham, Esq., of Rathangan, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late George Newenham, Esq., of Summer-hill, Cork. SdeM
CG&GA1796430NPMNEWENHAMRichard DevonshireEsqAt Seafield Park, Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM esq of Maryborough, to Miss WHITE eldest daughter of the late Simon WHITE EsqNickR
FJ1808817NPDNEWENHAMRichard DevonshireEsqTuesday last, in child bed, the lady of Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM Esq of Mary borough — Mrs NEWENHAM was sister to Lord Viscount Bantry [WHITE] and is deeply regretted for her many virtuesNickR
Pue'sO1751615NPDNEWENHAMThomasEsqLast week died at his seat in the co Cork, Sir Matthew DEANE Bt, Member of Parliament for the city of Cork. Thomas NEWENHAM and Henry CAVENDISH Esqrs are candidates in his roomNickR
WMT J1828522NPDNEWENHAM MrsAt Ballinderry, near this town, sincerely regretted, Mrs. Newenham, wife of Mr. Gustavus Newenham. SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPSNEWILJohn Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
LGA1811604NPSNEWLANDAbraham The late Abraham NEWLAND, whose life had been so respectable as to give death no terrors beyong what human nature must feel at the approach of such an awful crisis, was found, a few hours before he died, by his physician, reading a newspaper. The Doctor expressed his admiration at seeing him possess so much ease and serenity at such a period. "Why," said, Mr. NEWLAND, "as I am about to engage in a journey to another world, for which I have endeavoured to prepare myself, I am willing to take with me the latest intelligence from this.NickR
LGA1806905NPSNEWLYN MrEast India Shipping – to Madrasū Messrs CROKER, STEWART, McLEOD, NEWLYNNickR
Pue'sO1753303NPN/SNEWMANAdamEsqWe hear that John CAVENDISH ESq collector of Kinsale is appointed Collector of Galway in room of the late Thomas DISNEY Esq amd Adam NEWMAN of Cork Esq to that of KinsaleNickR
LC1768815NPMNEWMANAdamEsqCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, EsqNickR
HDM1769311NPMNEWMANAdam A few days ago, at Corke Richard PERRY to Miss NEWMAN daughter of Adam NEWMANNickR
LC1768815NPMNEWMANMarthaMissCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1828708NPBNEWMANMichaelEsqIn Charleville, the Lady of Michael NEWMAN, Esq. of a daughterNickR
LJ1791616NPSNEWMAN GuagerEnnis ... Friday last. Mr. NEWMAN, pro-Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDAN, guager, seized a quantity of wool, in not having been marked agreeable to act of Parliament, and , as they were this day conveying it to town, they met a quantity of unpermitted Whiskey which they also seized, and ladged together with the wool, in His Majesty's Stores.NickR
MA1830921NPDNEWMARCHWilliamMajAt Ootacamund on the Nailgherries, Major William NEWMARCH, 7th light infantryNickR
LC1827915NPDNEWPORTJohnSir BtAt his house in Lady-lane, Waterford, in his 89th year, Samuel MORGAN, Esq.—As Senior of the Corporation, he was Father of the City of Waterford. He was likewise senior Alderman, and, of course, one of the four Charter Justices. He was Sheriff during the civic year commencing Michelmas, 1771, and Mayor, in 1779, 1801 and 1817. By his death the Right Hon. Sir John NEWPORT, Bart. becomes Father of the City and Alderman Cornelius BOLTON, who represented Waterford, with considerable distinction in the Irish Parliament of 1783, becomes Charter Justice. Alderman MORGAN died worth £250,000, which he bequeathed to the GROGAN family in the County Wexford.NickR
WMT J1824701NPMNEWSONWilliamEsqOn the 17th inst., at the Friend's Meeting-house, Waterford, William Newson, Esq., of Limerick, to Phoebe, daughter of Henry Ridgeway, Esq., of Waterford.SdeM
FJ1820504NPMNEWTONFrancisEsqOn the 25th inst, at Brighton, Francis NEWTON Esq of the 90th Light Infantry, to Harriet Matilda daughter of the late Thomas CHAMBERLAIN Esq of LondonNickR
WMT J1828306NPDNEWTONPhillipsEsq CaptIn Gorey, on the 13th instant, in the 43d year of his age, Phillips Newton, Esq., late Captain in his Majesty's 35th regiment. His premature death was caused by his very long services in the army, having been for more than twenty years on the foreign service. SdeM
WMT G1835129NPBNEYNOEEdward Loftus On the 15th instant, at Dromore Palace, the lady of Edward Loftus Neynoe, County Sligo, of a son. SdeM
WMT J1831120NPSNICHOLLSSimonMrLONGFORD CLUB FOR THE PROPAGATION OF SEDITION, &C. (From the Longford Journal) ... As the public may not be aware who the parties are leading in our town, in justice to those who are NOT concerned in them we have annexed their names and occupations:- Mr. Simon Nicholls, Apothecary; Mr. Michael Maguire, Baker; Mr. Samuel Williams, Carpenter (and, we believe, heretofore Government Contractor for Barrack work); three Priests; two men who report for Dublin Papers * * * * and Mr. James Ganly, a Whiskey seller, who hopes that his present conduct will bring grist to his mill and obliterate the double sin of having been formerly a Policeman and the son-in-law of a Tithe Proctor. ... Mr. Thomas Pettit is a petty whiskey seller in Granard ... SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMNICHOLSThomas JamesEsqOn the 11th inst. in St. Paul's church, by the Rev. Arthur S. Adamson, Thomas James Nichols, of Corbally, in the County Kildare, Esq. to Catharine Maria, only daughter of James Campbell Moore, of Aughrim street, Esq. SdeM
LGA18131217NPMNICHOLSONChristinaMissAt Tullish church, A O'Bryan BELLINGHAM Esq to Christina daughter of john NICHOLSAN of Stromore House, Co Down, esq and the eldest of sixty-six grandchildren of Joseph WAKEFIELD Esq of WaterfordNickR
WMT J1824729NPMNICHOLSONChristopher A.EsqOn the 21st instant, at Cheltenham, by the Archbishop of Tuam, John Armitage Nicholson, Esq., eldest son of Christopher A. Nicholson, Esq., of Balrath, county Meath, to Elizabeth R. Alexander, third daughter of the Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of Meath.SdeM
LEP-CS1830409NPMNICHOLSONFEsqAt Barnes, county Cork, [Thomas] Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne only daughter of F NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place, LondonNickR
FJ1830403NPMNICHOLSONFrancisEsqMarch 30, at Barnes Surrey, Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne, only daughter of Francis NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland PlaceNickR
LGA18131217NPMNICHOLSONJohnEsqAt Tullish church, A O'Bryan BELLINGHAM Esq to Christina daughter of john NICHOLSAN of Stromore House, Co Down, esq and the eldest of sixty-six grandchildren of Joseph WAKEFIELD Esq of WaterfordNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SNICHOLSONJohnGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.NickR
WMT J1824729NPMNICHOLSONJohn ArmitageEsqOn the 21st instant, at Cheltenham, by the Archbishop of Tuam, John Armitage Nicholson, Esq., eldest son of Christopher A. Nicholson, Esq., of Balrath, county Meath, to Elizabeth R. Alexander, third daughter of the Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of Meath.SdeM
LEP-CS1830409NPMNICHOLSONMarianneMissAt Barnes, county Cork, [Thomas] Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne only daughter of F NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland Place, LondonNickR
FJ1830403NPMNICHOLSONMarianne March 30, at Barnes Surrey, Crofton CROKER Esq to Marianne, only daughter of Francis NICHOLSON Esq of Charlotte Street, Portland PlaceNickR
Pue'sO1752414NPDNICHOLSON Dr, Lord Archbishop of CashelLast week at Maghara, co Derry, the Revd Mr Bellingham MAULEVERER ... he was son of _ MAULEVERER, Esq of Yorkshire an ancient and honourable family and has left five sons and six daughters, by Mrs _ NICHOLSON daughter of Dr NICHOLSON late Ld ABishop ...NickR
WMT J1823703NPMNICKSONLorenzoCaptAt Ballina, County Mayo, Captain Lorenzo Nickson, late of the 1st West India Regiment, to Eleanor, second daughter of Michael Fenton, of Castletown, in the Co. of Sligo, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825818NPDNICKSONMichael Augustus Hely Hutchinson DonoughmoreEsqOn the 7th instant, in the 47th year of his age, Michael Augustus Hely Hutchinson Donoughmore Nickson, Esq., first cousin to the Earl of Donoughmore and to Lord Hutchinson. SdeM
LC1783106NPSNIHILL Rev MrMr. 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
LS1838612NPDNISBETTAlice Willington (nee DREW) At Ogonello Glebe, after a long illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Alice Willington beloved wife of the Rev R W NISBETTNickR
WMT J18271213NPDNISBETTFrancisEsqAt Deraycarn, county Leitrim, after a short illness, the lady of Francis Nisbett, Esq. SdeM
LT1836728NPMNISBETTRobert WilliamRevOn Saturday (23/7), at the Cathedral Killaloe, by the Rev Joseph GABBETT, the Rev Robert William NISBETT MA of O'Gonoloe Glebe, co Clare, to Alicia Willington, second daughter of the late Ringrose DREW Esq of Drewsborough, in the same coNickR
LS1837718NPBNISBETTRobert WilliamRevAt O'Gonello Glebe, the lady of the Rev Robert William NISBETT, of a daughterNickR
LS1838612NPDNISBETTRobert WilliamRevAt Ogonello Glebe, after a long illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Alice Willington beloved wife of the Rev R W NISBETTNickR
WMT J18271213NPDNISBETT MrsAt Deraycarn, county Leitrim, after a short illness, the lady of Francis Nisbett, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823327NPDNIXONBrinsleyRevIn Merrion-square, Dublin, on the 22d instant, a few moments after returning from an airing in his carriage, the Rev. Brinsley Nixon, late Rector of Paynestown, in the County Meath, and Ardagh, in the Co. Cork, in the 75th year of his age.SdeM
WMT J1828103NPMNIXONEdwardRevJanuary 1, 1828, at Killucan, in this County, by the Rev. Henry Wynne, jun., the Rev. Edward Nixon, of Clonard, county of Meath, to Lucy Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Henry Wynne, of Killucan. SdeM
WMT J18251215NPDNIXONHarriett Yesterday morning, in Baggot-street, Harriett, daughter of the late Montgomery Nixon, Esq., M.D. of Lakeview, County Fermanagh. SdeM
WMT J1824513NPMNIXONHoratia [sic] StopfordEsq RNAt Kirkaldy, on the 3d instant, Horatia [sic] Stopford Nixon, Esq., R.N., to Charlotte, third daughter of Walter Fergus, Esq., Banker, Glasgow, and of Stratlure and Kirkaldy, in the County of Fife.SdeM
WMT J1824122NPDNIXONJamesMrOn Saturday last, in South George's-street, Mr. James Nixon, glass-cutter, aged 47 years.SdeM
WMT J1826202NPMNIXONJemima On the 16th of November, in Baggot street, Henry Cary Field, Esq., M.D., to Jemima, daughter of the late Montgomery Nixon, Esq. of Lakeview, in the County Fermanagh. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMNIXONLevingeCaptAt Ballina, co. Mayo, Captain Levinge Nixon, late of the 1st West India Regiment, to Elinor, second daughter of Michael Fenton, of Castletown, County Sligo, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1826302NPDNIXONMaria On Thursday morning, in Gardiner-street, at the early age of 16, Maria, only daughter of the late Thomas Nixon, Esq., of Dun[ ], County Fermanagh. SdeM
WMT J1826202NPMNIXONMontgomeryEsqOn the 16th of November, in Baggot street, Henry Cary Field, Esq., M.D., to Jemima, daughter of the late Montgomery Nixon, Esq. of Lakeview, in the County Fermanagh. SdeM
WMT J18251215NPDNIXONMontgomeryEsq M DYesterday morning, in Baggot-street, Harriett, daughter of the late Montgomery Nixon, Esq., M.D. of Lakeview, County Fermanagh. SdeM
WMT G1835528NPMNIXONRobert HerbertRevOn the 19th instant, at Booterstown Church, by the Rev. Robert Herbert Nixon, Edward Browne, of Merrion-avenue, County Dublin, and College-green, this City, Esq., to Mary Eliza, third daughter of John Gillman of Bellevue, County Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826302NPDNIXONThomasEsqOn Thursday morning, in Gardiner-street, at the early age of 16, Maria, only daughter of the late Thomas Nixon, Esq., of Dun[ ], County Fermanagh. SdeM
FJ1767602-05NPSNIXON Mr2 Jun ... Arived from Holyhead on the Trevor Packet for which place she sailed 29 May with Col COOTE, Capt GRANT, Mess JONES and NIXONNickR
BNL1796328-01NPSNIXON MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
WMT J18261214NPDNIXON MrsAt Chapelizord, Mrs. Nixon, aged 88 years. SdeM
FJ1776309-12NPMNOALLDorcas A few days ago at Corke, Mr John WOLFE merchant to Miss Dorcas NOALLNickR
LC1827321NPSNOLANAlicia see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
WMT J18241118NPDNOLANDenisSurgeonOn the 12th inst., at Monasterevan, of malignant putrid fever, Surgeon Denis Nolan, aged 31 years.SdeM
LC1827321NPSNOLANFrances see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
LEP-CS1831722NPSNOLANJamesPteJames NOLAN, a soldier of the 96th regiment, was indicted for an assault on Bridget CLARKE, at Kilmallock, which caused her miscarriage. The Prosecutrix lived with the prisoner as his wife, and in a fit of jealousy he kicked her in the side.— Guilty $#151; Sentenced to two month's imprisonment.NickR
LC1827321NPSNOLANJames see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
WMT G1835319NPMNOLANJohnMrMr. Patrick Fitzgerald, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. John Nolan, of Ballysimon. SdeM
WMT G1835507NPDNOLANJohnRevAt Torpoint, County of Cornwall, the Rev. John Nolan, formerly of Glencarrig, County of Wicklow. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPMNOLANMargaret Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. John Nolan, of Ballysimon. SdeM
LC1827321NPSNOLANStephen see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
FJ1860220NPDNOLAN MrsDeath of a Centenarian.—Died on Friday, at Tybroughney, county Kilkenny, Mrs NOLAN, aged 110. Up to a short perio before her death, this woman could sing an excellent Irish song. Her Funeral was attended by her youngest son aged 70.Waterford NewsNickR
LEP-CS18291120NPMNOONANJeremiahEsqAt Newcastle, Co. Limerick, Jeremiah NOONAN, Esq, of that town, to Miss BATWELL, late of Fortlands, near CharlevilleNickR

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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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