King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 65

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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LEP-CS18281202NPMODELLSarah At Ballingary church, Limerick, Henry HARTE Esq of Gortroe Cottage to Sarah only daughter od Alexander O'DELL Esq late of BallgranNickR
FJ18441011NPMODELLSarah Pierce On the 8th inst, at Booterstown church, Dawson HUNT Esq of Killinatera, co Galway, son of the late Vere Dawson HUNT Esq of Cappa, co Tipperary, to Sarah Pierce eldst daughter of the late Thomas A ODELL Esq of Odellville, co LimerickNickR
LGA1818109NPDODELLThomasEsqOn Friday night last after a few days illness Mrs ODELL, wife of Thomas ODELL Esq of Ballingary House in this county ....NickR
LEP-CS18301217NPDODELLThomasEsqOn Tuesday, rather suddenly, Thomas O'DELL, of Turrets, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Esq.NickR
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLThomasGentThe following lands situate in the Barony of Connello, and county of Limerick, part of the estate of Thomas ODELL, of Ballingarry in said county, Gent, to be forthwith sold, either the whole, or in parcells
Denominations  Annual rent
Clonenagh, Rosmore & BohardSet by said Thomas ODELL to Daniel FELAN, Gent, for 3 lives, which are still living at 16s-6d an Acre —
Note there are woods on the land of Rosmore, and Bohard which may be demised to Mr FELAN, but Mr ODELL will either dispose of the whole or or of the part set to Mr FELAN only
£73-15-6
Drominecreen Set by lease for 3 lives which are still in being to Mr Francis BRUDENELL at 6s-6d an Acre£83-11-6
ClounpalinSet by John ODELL deceased to William ODELL deceased for lives renewable for ever, at 5s an acre, and 40s fine on each renewal, now in the occupation of William Fitzwilliam ODELL, Gent£62-14-7
West Ballykevane Set by do to do for same Term, and subject to the same renewal fine, now in the occupation of John ODELL, Gent£41-12-1
Gurtinrinhealyset by ditto to John SHELTON deceased, for 30 years to commence 1st May 1725 at 5s an acre —
Note, this denomination upon the expiry of the lease, will set for £30 a year more than the present rent
£48-5-0
Ballyhagill Set by Thomas ODELL to John STANDISH, Gent for 3 lives still in being —
Note, this denomination if to be now set, would be well worth £40 a year more than the present rents
£90-0-0
TrenchillySet to Mr Richard PIERCE for 31 years, commencing 1st of May 1742£87-02-8
Total£487-02-8
Proposals to be received by said Thomas ODELL, near Rathkeale, by Mr Robert FENNELL, near Mitchelstown, or by Mr William LANE, Attorney, at his house, in Bigg Ship Street, Dublin
NickR
LGA1810130NPN/SODELLThomas AEsqThomas A ODELL, Esq our late High Sheriff for the county, is succeedded by Eyre EVANS, of Ash-hill, Esq. who has appointed Joseph CRIPS, Esq. his under sheriff. ...NickR
FJ18411009NPDODELLThomas AEsqOn the 25th of August, at Peterborough, Upper Canada from a fall from his horse Samuel R ODELL Esq third son of Thamas A ODELL Esq of Odelville, co LimerickNickR
FJ18441011NPMODELLThomas AEsqOn the 8th inst, at Booterstown church, Dawson HUNT Esq of Killinatera, co Galway, son of the late Vere Dawson HUNT Esq of Cappa, co Tipperary, to Sarah Pierce eldst daughter of the late Thomas A ODELL Esq of Odellville, co LimerickNickR
FJ1849126NPDODELLThomas A On the 20th of January, in Limerick, Meliora, widow of the late Thomas A ODELL, of Odell Villa, in that co, EsqNickR
LGA1817527NPSODELLThomas AlexanderEsqTo the county gaol, by Thomas Alexander ODELL, Esq. John SULLIVAN, chargerd by information of Clifford JACKSON, with having with others, unlawfully assembled on horseback, and with white badges and other emblems of insurrection, on the lands of KilnihillNickR
LEP-CS1832113NPSODELLThomas AlexanderEsqThos. A. ODELL, of Odell Ville, Esq., a magistrate of the counties Tipperary, Kerry and Limerick, for the last forty years, has resigned in consequence of ill-health.NickR
FJ1842429NPDODELLThomas AlexanderEsqOn the 26th inst, in Limerick, Thomas Aleander ODELL Esq of Odelville in that countyNickR
LC1794118NPMODELLWilliamColOn Monday last, by the Rev Richard CROKER, at Ballingarry church, Michael SCANLAN jur Esq of Ballinabal? in the co Limerick, to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL of the Grove in said coNickR
LEP-CS1828919NPMODELLWilliamColOn the 2d inst, by the Rev Thomas GIBBINGS, at Ballyanny, Edward ODELL, son of Colonel William ODELL, late Member of Parliament for this county, to Maria, daughter of the late Thomas BERNARD, of Straw Hall, in the county Carlow, EsqNickR
LGA1815324NPAODELLWilliamEsq, MPEstablishement of Agricultural SocietiesNickR
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLWilliamGentsee Thomas ODELLNickR
LC1827609NPSODELLWilliamMrOn the 4th of May last, Messrs. William and Robert ODELL, sons of Robert Deane ODELL, of Fortwilliam, in this County, Esq., after the usual examination admitted Members of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.NickR
Pue'sO1746408++NPAODELLWilliam FitzwilliamGentsee Thomas ODELLNickR
WMT J1827517NPDODELL ColOn the 3d instant, after a long and protracted illness, the lady of Col. Odell, of the Grove, county of Limerick. SdeM
LEP-CS18281118NPDODELL Colsee James FISHERNickR
LGA1818929NPSODELL Lt-Col< href="james_bennett.htm">Election of James BENNETT as coroner of LimerickNickR
LC1794118NPMODELL MissOn Monday last, by the Rev Richard CROKER, at Ballingarry church, Michael SCANLAN jur Esq of Ballinabal? in the co Limerick, to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL of the Grove in said coNickR
LGA1818109NPDODELL MrsOn Friday night last after a few days illness Mrs ODELL, wife of Thomas ODELL Esq of Ballingary House in this county ....NickR
FJ1794125NPMODELL  At Limerick, Michael SCANLAN jun of Ballinaha Co Limerick to Miss ODELL daughter of Colonel Wm ODELL, of the Grove, said co.NickR
LC18341227NPMO'DELLalexanderEsqOn Tuesday, at Askeaton church, by the Rev Willoughby BALFOUR, Katherine eldest daughter of edmond WESTROPP of Ballystein to Alexander O"DELL of Ballygran Cottage, both of this co EsqrsNickR
LS1840423NPMO'DELLAlexanderEsqIn St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Thomas O'DELL Esq son of the late Alexander O'DELL of Ballygran, in this county, to Catherine, widow of the late Francis MCCARTHY Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
FJ1817115NPDO'DELLJohnEsq, Lt RNIn America, John O'DELL Esq Lt RN, second son of Thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry, co LimerickNickR
FJ1817115NPDO'DELLThomasEsqIn America, John O'DELL Esq Lt RN, second son of Thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry, co LimerickNickR
FJ1818112NPDO'DELLThomasEsqOn Friday last, Mrs O'DELL wife of thomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry House, co LimerickNickR
FJ18301221NPDO'DELLThomasEsqThomas O'DELL Esq of Ballingarry, co LimerickNickR
LS1840423NPMO'DELLThomasEsqIn St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Thomas O'DELL Esq son of the late Alexander O'DELL of Ballygran, in this county, to Catherine, widow of the late Francis MCCARTHY Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
FJ1835307NPDO'DELL ColOn the 5th inst, at Ashton new Road, Manchester, Sara Eliza BEERE, third daughter of the late Col O'DELL many years MP for the co Limerick. She was also nearly allied to the Earl of Limerick and Lord GORTNickR
LGA18191105NPSO'DELL MajCattle takenNickR
WMT J1828807NPDO'DONELHughSir BartDied, on Tuesday morning, at 5 o'clock, at Newport House, Sir Hugh O'Donel, Bart. The successor to the title and estates will not, for some time, be ascertained, as Lady O'Donel we are informed, on good authority, may be expected in a few months to produce a claimant.- "Western Argus". SdeM
WMT J1828807NPDO'DONEL LadyDied, on Tuesday morning, at 5 o'clock, at Newport House, Sir Hugh O'Donel, Bart. The successor to the title and estates will not, for some time, be ascertained, as Lady O'Donel we are informed, on good authority, may be expected in a few months to produce a claimant.- "Western Argus". SdeM
WMT J1827104NPDO'DONNELJamesMrOn the 1st inst. at Plodstown, in the vicinity of this town, Mr. James O'Donnel. SdeM
LEP-CS1830105NPDO'DONNELThomasEsqIn Great George's Street, Cork, aged 30 years, Thomas O'DONNELL, Esq., fourth son of the late Thomas O'DONNELL, of Laurencetown, in the County Limerick, Esq.NickR
LGA18041104NPMO'DONNELLArthurEsqA few days ago George BREW Esq of Dunmore Co Clare to the amiable Miss O'DONNELL daughter to Arthur O'DONNELL Esq of Kildlimb is said countyNickR
LGA18171107NPMO'DONNELLBryanEsqBryan O'DONNELL, of Laurencetown Lodge, Esq. county Limerick, to Ellen, only daughter of the late D. BULKLY, Esq. of said county.NickR
FJ1860601NPBO'DONNELLBryanEsqMay 31, at Hyeres, south of France, the wife of Bryan O'DONNELL Esq of The Hill, Kilmallock, of a son and heirNickR
LEP-CS18311021NPDO'DONNELLCatherinewidowOn Thursday last, after a few days illness, much regretted, at the advanced age of 80 years, Catherine, relict of the late Thomas O'DONNELL, Esq., of Laurencetown, county LimerickNickR
WMT J1826914NPMO'DONNELLCharles RoutledgeLt-ColAt 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 J18271213NPDO'DONNELLHugh Jame MooreSir BartOn Friday, at the residence of her brother-in-law, Lord Ventry Mullins, Arabella, daughter of Sir John Blake, of Menlo Castle, county of Galway, Bart., to Sir Hugh Jame Moore O'Donnell, of Newport House, county Mayo, Bart. SdeM
LGA1820407NPMO'DONNELLJMrYesterday evening, in Ennis jail, by the Rev. Charles HEALY, Patrick POWER, Esq. of Ballyduff, to Miss Mary O'DONNELL, daughter of Mr. J O'DONNELL, county Clare. The bridegrom has just completed his 60th year, and the bride entered her fourteenth.NickR
LC1769223NPAO'DONNELLJamesMrTo be set for a term of years, or interest sold, a lease for a good life, of the lands of Kilbobbin, near Knockany, containing 40 acres of choice fattening ground, with an excellent orchard, a good farm house and offices. Proposal received by Mr. James O’DONNELL at Rathkeale, or Mr. Terence O’DONNELL at Kilbreedy—Also to be sold by Cant on said lands, on the 10th of March next, 50 tuns of good hay, and any quantity thereof to be sold before, by said Terence O’CONNELL.NickR
LC1769227NPAO'DONNELLJamesMrTo be set for a term of years, or interest sold, a Lease for a good life, of the lands of Killbobbin, near Knockany, containing 40 acres choiice fattening Ground, with an excellent Orchard, a good Farm House and Offices. Proposals to be received by Mr. James O'DONNELL at Rathkeale, of Mr. Terence O'DONNELL at Kilbreedy.—Also to be sold by Cantion said Lands, on the 10th of May next, 50 Tuns of good Hay, and any quantity thereof to be sold before, by said Terence O'DONNELLNickR
LC17961210NPMO'DONNELLJamesMrA few days ago, at Bruff, Mr. James O'DONNELL, to Miss VIZENickR
LGA1820407NPMO'DONNELLJaneMissYesterday evening, in Ennis jail, by the Rev. Charles HEALY, Patrick POWER, Esq. of Ballyduff, to Miss Mary O'DONNELL, daughter of Mr. J O'DONNELL, county Clare. The bridegrom has just completed his 60th year, and the bride entered her fourteenth.NickR
LC1793821NPSO'DONNELLJoseph Yesterday, Maurice HERBERT and Joseph O'DONNELL, were brought in, transmitted to the County Jail by the Rev. John BENNETT, Justice of the Peace for this County, charged with several offences:—These men, who have been long on their keeping, were notorious ringleaders in the late disturbances.—Mr. BENNETT was attended by Major CROKER, Robert CRIPS, Benjamin CASHELL, Sam. BENNETT, and Edw. CROKER, jun. of Grangehill, Esqrs.—The Rev. John BENNETT, returns hes sincere thanks to the Gentlemen, who at a moment's notice, after he had apprehended Maurice HERBERT and Joseph O'DONNELL, assembled to assist him committing the above offenders to the County Jail.NickR
LC1826426NPSO'DONNELLMary On Sunday last, Catherine WELSH was apprehended in Charleville, for the robbery of Mary O'DONNELL's house in the County of Limerick, of wearing apparel, having some clothes on her person—she is committed to the County of Cork Jail by Major MAXWELLNickR
WMT J1827308NPDO'DONNELLNealSir BartOn Thursday last after a short illness Sir Neal O'Donnell, Bart. SdeM
FJ1860626NPMO'DONNELLR ACapt RMLong noticeNickR
LC1769223NPAO'DONNELLTerenceMrTo be set for a term of years, or interest sold, a lease for a good life, of the lands of Kilbobbin, near Knockany, containing 40 acres of choice fattening ground, with an excellent orchard, a good farm house and offices. Proposal received by Mr. James O’DONNELL at Rathkeale, or Mr. Terence O’DONNELL at Kilbreedy—Also to be sold by Cant on said lands, on the 10th of March next, 50 tuns of good hay, and any quantity thereof to be sold before, by said Terence O’CONNELL.NickR
LC1769227NPAO'DONNELLTerenceMrTo be set for a term of years, or interest sold, a Lease for a good life, of the lands of Killbobbin, near Knockany, containing 40 acres choiice fattening Ground, with an excellent Orchard, a good Farm House and Offices. Proposals to be received by Mr. James O'DONNELL at Rathkeale, of Mr. Terence O'DONNELL at Kilbreedy.—Also to be sold by Cantion said Lands, on the 10th of May next, 50 Tuns of good Hay, and any quantity thereof to be sold before, by said Terence O'DONNELLNickR
LEP-CS18311021NPDO'DONNELLThomasEsqOn Thursday last, after a few days illness, much regretted, at the advanced age of 80 years, Catherine, relict of the late Thomas O'DONNELL, Esq., of Laurencetown, county LimerickNickR
LGA1815901NPSO'DONNELL Lt-ColWednesday, Lieutenant Colonel O'DONNELLL, of Hon East India Company's service, and late of this city, arrived in town from India, after an absence of thirty yearsNickR
LGA18041104NPMO'DONNELL MissA few days ago George BREW Esq of Dunmore Co Clare to the amiable Miss O'DONNELL daughter to Arthur O'DONNELL Esq of Kildlimb is said countyNickR
FJ1793828NPSO'DONNELL  Limerick August 22 - Wednesday last the sheriffs of this city received a pardon for __O'DONNELL (found guilty at last spring assizes) on condition of entering into his Majesty's land or sea forcesNickR
WMT J1828110NPDO'DONOGHUECharlesLtFell a sacrifice, lately at Berbice, to the effects of the climate, Lieutenant Charles O'Donoghue, of the 60th Rifle Regiment, eldest son of Major O'Donoghue, Chief Magistrate of Police. The untimely loss of this amiable young Officer is mourned not only amongst the immediate circle of his afflicted relatives and friends but will also be long and deeply felt by his brother officers, to whom his various social and estimable qualities had deservedly endeared him. SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMO'DONOGHUEHenrietta On Saturday last, in Cork, Aylmer Richard Martin, Esq. to Henrietta, second daughter of the late Robert O'Donoghue, Esq., of Cork.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMO'DONOGHUERobertEsqOn Saturday last, in Cork, Aylmer Richard Martin, Esq. to Henrietta, second daughter of the late Robert O'Donoghue, Esq., of Cork.SdeM
WMT J1827208NPBO'DONOGHUE Lt-ColLately at Canterbury, the Lady of Lieutenant-Colonel O'Donoghue, C.B., 47th Regiment, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1826615NPDO'DONOGHUE MajHORRIBLE 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 J1828110NPDO'DONOGHUE MajFell a sacrifice, lately at Berbice, to the effects of the climate, Lieutenant Charles O'Donoghue, of the 60th Rifle Regiment, eldest son of Major O'Donoghue, Chief Magistrate of Police. The untimely loss of this amiable young Officer is mourned not only amongst the immediate circle of his afflicted relatives and friends but will also be long and deeply felt by his brother officers, to whom his various social and estimable qualities had deservedly endeared him. SdeM
FJ1812625NPDO'DONOVANDanielMrsOn Monday last, Mrs O'DONOVAN relict of the late Daniel O'DONOVAN, of Castle Jane EsqNickR
WMT G1835402NPAO'DOWDAJamesMrEQUITY EXCHEQUER John Dudgeon, Esquire, Plaintiff William Hugh Brady Bowen, Esq., and others, Defendants ... the Town and Lands of Taughmon containing about 630 acres, 2 roods, and 20 perches, Irish Plantation measure, situate in the county of Westmeath ... For particulars apply to Mr. Alexander Dudgeon, Plaintiff's Attorney, 68 Capel-street, or to Mr. James O'Dowda, Attorney for Defendant Bowen, 67 Harcourt-street. SdeM
WMT G1835423NPAO'DOWDAJamesMrEQUITY EXCHEQUER John Dudgeon, Esquire, Plaintiff William Hugh Brady Bowen, Esq., and others, Defendants. ... the Town and Lands of Taughmon containing about 630 acres, 2 roods, and 20 perches, Irish Plantation measure, situate in the county of Westmeath ... For particulars apply to Mr. Alexander Dudgeon, Plaintiff's Attorney, 68 Capel-street, or to Mr. James O'Dowda, Attorney for Defendant Bowen, 67 Harcourt-street. SdeM
LC1769126NPAO'DRISKELLFlorence Whereas Margaret O'DRISKELL, otherwise M'MAHON, eloped from me, embezeled my substance and committed several other facts unjustifiable and improper, now I do hereby caution all persons from giving her any credit whatsoever, as I will not pay and debts she may contract, given under my hand, dated at Glinn, Jan. 24th, 1769. Florence O'DRISKELL.NickR
LC1769126NPAO'DRISKELLMargaret (nee M'MAHON) Whereas Margaret O'DRISKELL, otherwise M'MAHON, eloped from me, embezeled my substance and committed several other facts unjustifiable and improper, now I do hereby caution all persons from giving her any credit whatsoever, as I will not pay and debts she may contract, given under my hand, dated at Glinn, Jan. 24th, 1769. Florence O'DRISKELL.NickR
WMT J1832809NPDO'FARRELLEdwardEsqJuly 28, at Lissard, county of Longford, Edward O'Farrell, Esq., for which county he was chairman upwards of 20 years. SdeM
WMT J1832920NPAO'FARRELLEdward THE LATE EDWARD O'FARRELL'S SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, AT LISSARD Within one Mile of Edgeworthstown, County Longford ... SdeM
BNL1796328-01NPSO'FARRELL MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
FJ1853615NPMO'FARRELL Rev MrJune 13, at the Church of the Conception, Marlborough street, by the Rev Mr O'FARRELL, Thomas CROKER of the town of Galway, Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of the late John MOONEY Esq of this cityNickR
FJ1800529NPDO'FELANBolesEsqAt Limerick, ... and Miss Mary Ann O'FELAN daughter of the late Boles O'FELAN of Mauricetown Esq [note Boles FELAN = c1770 Frances BOWEN d of William John BOWEN and his first wife Catherine O'DELL]NickR
FJ1800529NPDO'FELANMary AnnMissAt Limerick, ... and Miss Mary Ann O'FELAN daughter of the late Boles O'FELAN of Mauricetown Esq [note Boles FELAN = c1770 Frances BOWEN d of William John BOWEN and his first wife Catherine O'DELL]NickR
WMT G1835212NPDO'FERRALLMargaretMrsIn Great Charles-street, Mountjoy-square, Dublin, Margaret, the relict of the late Colonel O'Ferrall, of Balliane, in the County of Wexford. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPDO'FERRALL ColIn Great Charles-street, Mountjoy-square, Dublin, Margaret, the relict of the late Colonel O'Ferrall, of Balliane, in the County of Wexford. SdeM
WMT J1829910NPDO'FLAHERTYTheobald RichardEsqIn Dublin, on Sunday last, after a protracted illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, and resignation, Theobald Richard O'Flaherty, Esq., Cork Herald at Arms. SdeM
WMT J18241104NPDOGLEArthurEsqAt his house near Castletown-Delvin, in this County, sincerely regretted, Arthur Ogle, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835319NPBOGLEB NCaptOn the 22d of October, at Kirkee, near Poonah, the lady of Captain B.N. Ogle, of his Majesty's 4th Light Dragoons, of a son, stillborn. SdeM
WMT J1823227NPDOGLEHenry MeadeEsqAt Framlington, in the County of Suffolk, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, in his 61st year, Henry Meade Ogle, Esq., who represented the Town of Drogheda for many years.SdeM
LC1825917NPMO'GOMANJMrMr. J. O'GORMAN, of Bruff, Apothecary, to Miss MOLONY, of George's Street.NickR
WMT J1824429NPDO'GORMANFrabcesMrsIn Ennis, Frances, wife of N. Purcell O'Gorman, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPDO'GORMANN PurcellEsqIn Ennis, Frances, wife of N. Purcell O'Gorman, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS1831510NPSO'GORMANPMrThe children of the late John DONNELLAN, Bookbinder, thankfully acknowledge the receipt of five shillings from a Lady, per Mr P. O'GORMANNickR
FJ1852101NPMO'GRADYDEsqDecember 27, at Croom, co Limerick, The Rev Edward G O'GRADY, rector of Ross, co Galway, third son of D O'GRADY Esq of Aghamarta, co Cork, to Alley Emily, daughter of the Rev Edward CROKER, rector of CroomNickR
LGA1811614NPAO'GRADYDaniel DROPPED,
Yesterday between Messrs. ROCHE's Bankand Shannon-street, Daniel MULVIHILL's Draft on Daniel O'GRADY, of Kildysart, county Clare, accepted at 91 days from the 11th instant.-- Indorsed by Dan. MULVIHILL, Charles MULVIHILL, and T O'BRIEN, for £36. Also John SINGLETON's Note to William WHEELER Jun. at 71 Days from the 10th instant;--Indorsed by W. WHEELER, for £34 2s. 6d.
If found by a respectable Person, it is requested they may be left at any of the Banks, or at the Office of this Paper; if by a poor Person, they shall be handsomely Rewarded by leaving them as above.
They can be of no use to any one as Payment is Stopped. Limerick, June 15.
NickR
LC1799504NPMO'GRADYDarbyEsqLast Monday, by special license, at the house of Standish O'GRADY Esq in Baggot Street Dublin, John SMYTH Esq of Granby Row to the most accomplished Miss O'GRADY daughter to Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect in this county EsqNickR
LC1799710NPMO'GRADYDarbyEsqYesterday, at Bruff Church, William Johnston WESTROPP, Esq; Barrister at Law, to the most agreeable Miss O’GRADY, daughter to Darby O’GRADY, of Mount-Prospect, in the County of Limerick, Esq.NickR
LGA1809113NPDO'GRADYDarbyEsqAt her house in Georges St at 4 o'clock on the morning of Wednesday last in the 63rd year of her age Mrs O'GRADY relict of the late Darby O'GRADY of Mt Prospect LIM & mother to the Rt Hon Lord Chief Baron ... Her remains were ... famly vlt at KnockanyNickR
FJ1820104NPDO'GRADYDarbyEsqOn the 27th ult, at the house of his brother, the Lord Chief Baron, in Stephen's Green, William O'GRADY Esq youngest son of the late Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect, in the co LimerickNickR
LS18401005NPMO'GRADYDarbyEsqAt Drunkeen church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Henry CROKER, Esq of Drunkeen House, to Ellen, daughter of Darby O'GRADY of Linfield, in this co, EsqNickR
FJ1847401NPSO'GRADYDarbyEsqATTEMPT TO SHOOT DARBY O'GRADY, ESQ., OF LINFIELD, COUNTY LIMERICKNickR
FJ1857602NPDO'GRADYDarbyEsqMay 26, at his seat, Agamartha Castle, co Cork, after a lingering illness, Darby O'GRADY, Esq brother to the first Lord Viscount GuillamoreNickR
FJ18571105NPDO'GRADYDarbyEsqOctober 31, at Aghamarta Castle, co Cork, Ellen, relict of Darby O'GRADY, EsqNickR
FJ1785323NPMO'GRADYDarnbyMrIn Cork, Mr Darnby O'GRADY son of James O'GRADY of the county Limerick to Miss Anne STACKPOLE daughter of the late Mr Philip STACKPOLE of that city merchantNickR
LGA1813604NPMO'GRADYDe CourcyEsqOn Wednesday, by the Rev Mr CROMPTON, at Knockany Church Alexander ROSE Esq Capt RN to Miss O'GRADY daughter of the late de Courcy O'GRADY of kilballyowen, in this Co EsqNickR
LC1785207NPSO'GRADYDerbyEsqDerby O'GRADY, Esq; High Sheriff of the Co. Limerick, has appointed the fllowing Gentlemen Replevengers fo said county:
George BLENNERHASSETT, of Riddlestown, Esq;
Charles COOTE, of Castle Oliver, Esq;
William HIFFERNAN, of Derk, Esq; and
William PERCIVAL, of Wilton, Esq.
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LJ17911003NPAO'GRADYDerbyEsqCo. Limerick} By virtue of his Majesty' Writ of Assistance to me directed, I have I have empowered William RYAN, of Anhitt, to levy the Custodian Rent due to Derby O'GRADY, Esq. Late Sheriff of this county.
October 3, 1791

Charles Silver OLIVER, Sheriff.

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LGA1812117NPMO'GRADYDerbyEsqYesterday morning, in George' church Francis Swayne EVANS Esq of Mallow to Miss Harriot O'GRADY daughter of the late Derby O'GRADY of Mount Prospect in this Co and sister to the Rt Hon Lord Chief BaronNickR
FJ1804405NPDO'GRADYDerdyEsqAt Newtown Pery, aged 66, Derby O'GRADY of Mount Prospect Esq father to His Majesty's Attorney GeneralNickR
WMT G1835226NPDO'GRADYEdmondEsqAt Fortfergus, County Clare, Edmond O'Grady, Esq. SdeM
FJ1852101NPMO'GRADYEdward GRevDecember 27, at Croom, co Limerick, The Rev Edward G O'GRADY, rector of Ross, co Galway, third son of D O'GRADY Esq of Aghamarta, co Cork, to Alley Emily, daughter of the Rev Edward CROKER, rector of CroomNickR
LRTV1861625NPMO'GRADYEdward GRevAt Croom Church, by the Rev H HAILY (recte BAILEY), assisted by the Rev Edward O'GRADY, uncles to the bride; R M STUDDERT, Esq, eldest son of Richard STUDDERT, Esq. JP, Fort House, county Clare, to Rosalie Frances FRINGS, granddaughter of the Rev Edward CREHAN (recte CROKER), Rector, county LimerickNickR
LC18331218NPMO'GRADYEleanor In Cove church, by the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, Christopher Musgrave USSHER, Esq of Camphire, co Waterford, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Thomas O'GRADY Esq Surveyor General and niece to Lord GuillamoreNickR
LS18401005NPMO'GRADYEllen At Drunkeen church, by the Rev Robert CROKER, Henry CROKER, Esq of Drunkeen House, to Ellen, daughter of Darby O'GRADY of Linfield, in this co, EsqNickR
FJ18571105NPDO'GRADYEllen October 31, at Aghamarta Castle, co Cork, Ellen, relict of Darby O'GRADY, EsqNickR
LS1841222NPN/SO'GRADYHEsqCounty Grand Jury ... John CROKER, Ballynegard; H O'GRADY, Dromkeen; ...NickR
LGA1812117NPMO'GRADYHarriotMissYesterday morning, in George' church Francis Swayne EVANS Esq of Mallow to Miss Harriot O'GRADY daughter of the late Derby O'GRADY of Mount Prospect in this Co and sister to the Rt Hon Lord Chief BaronNickR
LC1833904NPBO'GRADYHenryEsqAt Grange the seat of her brother Henry O'GRADY Esq, the lady of the Rev Robert CROKER of a daughterNickR
LEP-CS1833904NPBO'GRADYHenryEsqAt Grange the seat of her brother, Henry O'GRADY Esq the lady of the Rev Robert CROKER of a daughterNickR
LS1841415+NPNO'GRADYHenry List contains names of cess payers selected by the Grand Jury at the Spring Assizes, 1841; to be associated with the Magistrates at the road sessions in their respective baronies ...
Small County
1 Henry O'GRADY, Grange
...
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CG HA1789815NPMO'GRADYJohnEsqLimerick Aug 13 ... On Tuesday last, John O'GRADY, of Cahir, Esq; to Miss CROKER, daughter to John CROKER, of Rawleighstown, Esq.NickR
LGA1809131NPDO'GRADYJohnEsqOn Sunday at Shanakel WAT the seat of her son-in-law David HEARNE Esq aged 80 years the Hon Mrs O'GRADY, relict of John O'GRADY of Kilballyowen, ... – this day her remains were brought to Knockaney to be interred in the family vaultNickR
FJ1789820NPMO'GRADYJohn At Limerick, John O'GADDY (sic) to Miss CROKERNickR
WMT G1835312NPBO'GRADYJohn WallerEsqOn the 3d instant, at Fort Etna, County of Limerick, the lady of John Waller O'Grady, Esq., of a son. SdeM
LC18261111NPMO'GRADYKatherine This day was married, by special licence, at Tullabracky Church, by the Rev. Josias CRAMPTON, Dudley PERRSE, of Roxborough, in the County Galway, Esq. to Katherine O'GRADY, daughter of the Right Hon. The Lord Chief BARON.NickR
FJ1850114NPMO'GRADYLouisa January 10, at Malahide Church, by the Rev Wm. PEACOCK, Thos. Tilson MAGAN Esq of Lower Baggot street, late Capt in Her M's 13th Light Dragons, to Louisa third daughter of M M O'GRADY, Esq MD, La Manch, MalahideNickR
FJ1850114NPMO'GRADYM MEsqJanuary 10, at Malahide Church, by the Rev Wm. PEACOCK, Thos. Tilson MAGAN Esq of Lower Baggot street, late Capt in Her M's 13th Light Dragons, to Louisa third daughter of M M O'GRADY, Esq MD, La Manch, MalahideNickR
LEP-CS1830709NPMO'GRADYMargaret CatherineMissAt Fedamore church, county Limerick, by the Rev Edward CROKER, the Rev Robert CROKER Rector of Dromin and Athlacca to Margaret Catherine daughter of the late Standish O'GRADY of Grange, county LimerickNickR
FJ18181118NPMO'GRADYMaria On the 13th inst, Maj CRONE of Byblex, co Cork, to Maria second daughter of Standish O'GRADY Esq of Grange, co LimerickNickR
FJ1861103NPDO'GRADYMarthaMissDecember 29, in Limerick, at an advanced age, Miss Martha O'GRADY, sister of the first Viscount Guillamore, Chief Baron of the court of ExchequerNickR
Pue'sO1754601NPN/SO'GRADYStandishEsqHis Grace the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint Ralph Warter WILSON Esq to be Lt Col in the Regiment of Militia Dragoons of County limerick under the command of Charles Lord Viscount FANE in the room of Hon John EVANS Esq deceased

His grace hath likewise been pleased to appoint Standish O'GRADY Esq to be Maj of the said regiment in the room of Ralph Warter WILSON Esq preferred

Their excellencies the Lord Justices have been pleased to appoint Edwad WILSON Esq to be a captain of a troop in the said regiment in the room of Standish O'GRADY Esq perferred.

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LC1799504NPMO'GRADYStandishEsqLast Monday, by special license, at the house of Standish O'GRADY Esq in Baggot Street Dublin, John SMYTH Esq of Granby Row to the most accomplished Miss O'GRADY daughter to Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect in this county EsqNickR
LGA18181117NPMO'GRADYStandishEsqFriday by the Rev Edward CROKER at Fedamore church, Maj CRONE of Byblox, Co Cork, to Maria, daughter of the late Standish O'GRADY Esq of Grange in this countyNickR
FJ18181118NPMO'GRADYStandishEsqOn the 13th inst, Maj CRONE of Byblex, co Cork, to Maria second daughter of Standish O'GRADY Esq of Grange, co LimerickNickR
FJ1857602NPDO'GRADYStandishLd Visct GuillamoreMay 26, at his seat, Agamartha Castle, co Cork, after a lingering illness, Darby O'GRADY, Esq brother to the first Lord Viscount GuillamoreNickR
LC18261111NPMO'GRADYStandishLord Chief BaronThis day was married, by special licence, at Tullabracky Church, by the Rev. Josias CRAMPTON, Dudley PERRSE, of Roxborough, in the County Galway, Esq. to Katherine O'GRADY, daughter of the Right Hon. The Lord Chief BARON.NickR
FJ1860921NPDO'GRADYStandishLord GuillamoreIn Paris, Mrs CHAMBERLAIN, sister of the late R ROBNET, county Cork, grand niece of the late Lord Chancellor COX, and cousin of the first Lord GUILLAMORENickR
FJ1861103NPDO'GRADYStandishViscount GuillamoreDecember 29, in Limerick, at an advanced age, Miss Martha O'GRADY, sister of the first Viscount Guillamore, Chief Baron of the court of ExchequerNickR
LEP-CS1829313NPSO'GRADYStandish see Rev Robert BOURKENickR
LEP-CS1830709NPMO'GRADYStandish At Fedamore church, county Limerick, by the Rev Edward CROKER, the Rev Robert CROKER Rector of Dromin and Athlacca to Margaret Catherine daughter of the late Standish O'GRADY of Grange, county LimerickNickR
LEP-CS1830326NPSO'GRADYStandish StamerEsq[nearly a full page report of the inquest on the body of S S O'GRADY killed in a duel]NickR
FJ1830322NPSO'GRADYStandish StammerEsqFatal Duel, inquest ... S S O'GRADY Esq
An inquest took place of Sat, in Portobello Barracks, before the county coroner Mr PASLEY on the body of Standish Stammer O'GRADY Esq who was shot on the morning of the 18th in a duel Capt SMITH of 32nd Regt ...
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LC18331218NPMO'GRADYThomasEsqIn Cove church, by the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, Christopher Musgrave USSHER, Esq of Camphire, co Waterford, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Thomas O'GRADY Esq Surveyor General and niece to Lord GuillamoreNickR
FJ1858731NPMO'GRADYThomasEsqJuly 29, at Fedamore, Swinnerton H DYER, eldest son of Sir Thomas DYER Bt of Brompton Hall, MDX, and Capt in the 8th King's regt, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of the late Rev Robert CROKER of Athlacca and niece of Thomas O'GRADY Esq the Grange LIMNickR
LS1838330NPSO'GRADYThomas Ballyneety Petit Sessions yesterday ... Magistrates presiding were John CROKER, Thos O'GRADY, John BLENNERHASSETT and Michael FURNELL ...NickR
WMT J1823703NPMO'GRADYWallerEsqAt Peter's Church, Dublin, Waller O'Grady, Esq., Barrister at Law, son of the Lord Chief Baron, to the Hon. Grace Elizabeth Massey, daughter of the late and sister of the present Lord Massy [sic].SdeM
FJ1820104NPDO'GRADYWilliamEsqOn the 27th ult, at the house of his brother, the Lord Chief Baron, in Stephen's Green, William O'GRADY Esq youngest son of the late Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect, in the co LimerickNickR
LEP-CS1830713NPSO'GRADY ColThe Rev. J. HALPIN, V. P., acknowledges the receipt of £5, towards completing the Chapel at Bruff, from Colonel O'GRADY, in addition to the liberal donation already received from him.NickR
LGA1809131NPDO'GRADY Hon MrsOn Sunday at Shanakel WAT the seat of her son-in-law David HEARNE Esq aged 80 years the Hon Mrs O'GRADY, relict of John O'GRADY of Kilballyowen, ... – this day her remains were brought to Knockaney to be interred in the family vaultNickR
FJ1820104NPDO'GRADY Lord Chief BaronOn the 27th ult, at the house of his brother, the Lord Chief Baron, in Stephen's Green, William O'GRADY Esq youngest son of the late Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect, in the co LimerickNickR
WMT J1823703NPMO'GRADY Lord Chief BaronAt Peter's Church, Dublin, Waller O'Grady, Esq., Barrister at Law, son of the Lord Chief Baron, to the Hon. Grace Elizabeth Massey, daughter of the late and sister of the present Lord Massy [sic].SdeM
FJ1847401NPSO'GRADY Lord GuillamorATTEMPT TO SHOOT DARBY O'GRADY, ESQ., OF LINFIELD, COUNTY LIMERICKNickR
LC18331218NPMO'GRADY Lord GuillamoreIn Cove church, by the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, Christopher Musgrave USSHER, Esq of Camphire, co Waterford, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Thomas O'GRADY Esq Surveyor General and niece to Lord GuillamoreNickR
LC1799504NPMO'GRADY MissLast Monday, by special license, at the house of Standish O'GRADY Esq in Baggot Street Dublin, John SMYTH Esq of Granby Row to the most accomplished Miss O'GRADY daughter to Darby O'GRADY Esq of Mount Prospect in this county EsqNickR
LC1799710NPMO'GRADY MissYesterday, at Bruff Church, William Johnston WESTROPP, Esq; Barrister at Law, to the most agreeable Miss O’GRADY, daughter to Darby O’GRADY, of Mount-Prospect, in the County of Limerick, Esq.NickR
LGA1813604NPMO'GRADY MissOn Wednesday, by the Rev Mr CROMPTON, at Knockany Church Alexander ROSE Esq Capt RN to Miss O'GRADY daughter of the late de Courcy O'GRADY of kilballyowen, in this Co EsqNickR
LGA18181117NPMO'GRADY MissFriday by the Rev Edward CROKER at Fedamore church, Maj CRONE of Byblox, Co Cork, to Maria, daughter of the late Standish O'GRADY Esq of Grange in this countyNickR
FJ1787802NPDO'GRADY MrsAt her lodgings in town the lady of Standish O'GRADY of Elton Esq and sister to the Rt Hon Silver OLIVERNickR
LGA1809113NPDO'GRADY MrsAt her house in Georges St at 4 o'clock on the morning of Wednesday last in the 63rd year of her age Mrs O'GRADY relict of the late Darby O'GRADY of Mt Prospect LIM & mother to the Rt Hon Lord Chief Baron ... Her remains were ... famly vlt at KnockanyNickR
LGA1809113NPDO'GRADY Rt Hon Chief BaronAt her house in Georges St at 4 o'clock on the morning of Wednesday last in the 63rd year of her age Mrs O'GRADY relict of the late Darby O'GRADY of Mt Prospect LIM & mother to the Rt Hon Lord Chief Baron ... Her remains were ... famly vlt at KnockanyNickR
FJ1853226NPDO'GRADY Viscount GuillamoreAt Mallow, Julia, widow of John EVANS Esq and sister of the first Viscount GuillamoreNickR
LFJ1789822NPMO'GREADYJohnEsqIn Limerick, John O'GREADY, of Cahier, esq to Miss CROKER daughter of John CROKER, of Rawlinstown, Esq;NickR
LGA18091124NPMO'HALLORANCharlesEsqAt the cathedral, Captain John GRIFFITH, oh His Majesty's gun-brig Green Limit, stationed at Glin, to Miss O'HALLORAN daughter of the late Mr Chas O'HALLORAN of Maryfield near this cityNickR
WMT G1835528NPDO'HALLORANJosephCol SirAt Calcutta, Frances, wife of Colonel Sir Joseph O'Halloran, C.B., Bengal Army. SdeM
LGA18091124NPMO'HALLORAN MissAt the cathedral, Captain John GRIFFITH, oh His Majesty's gun-brig Green Limit, stationed at Glin, to Miss O'HALLORAN daughter of the late Mr Chas O'HALLORAN of Maryfield near this cityNickR
WMT J1828424NPDO'HANLONL HRevOn Tuesday morning last, of apoplexy, the Rev. L.H. O'Hanlon, officiating P.P. of Kilcurry, near Dundalk. SdeM
LEP-CS1831812NPSO'HANLONRobert Robert O'HANLON, of Melesian celebrity, has challenged any man in his Majesty's dominions, save an Irishman, to fight for the sum of £500NickR
Pue'sO1739821NPDO'HARA[formerly MATHEWS nee ??]MrsLast week died Mrs O'HARA wife of Kean O'HARA Esq (formerly widow of Mr MATHEWS of Thomas Town) ...NickR
WMT J18231002NPMO'HARACharlesEsqIn Donoughmore Church, Charles O'Hara, Esq. of O'Harabrook, in the county of Antrim, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Arthur Inness, of Dromantine, in the county of Down, Esq.SdeM
FJ18211224NPMO'HARAFrances Mary On the 22nd inst, by the Rev Dr KERNAN, Edward CROKER of Dominick street, to Frances Mary eldet daughter of the late Marcus O'HARA of Stephens Green EsqNickR
LC18211229NPMO'HARAFrances Mary Edward CROKER, Esq. of Dominick Street, Dublin, to Frances Mary, eldest daughter of the late Marcus O'HARA, of Stephen's Green, Esq.NickR
Pue'sO1752620NPSO'HARAHenryEsqWednesday last Henry O'HARA a minor only son and heir of Henry O'HARA late of Crebilly, in the co Antrim, Esq deceased, together with Dr Andrew MCALLESTER his tutor embarked for England in order to proceed to Naples, where they intend to continue during the the said O'HARA's minorityNickR
Pue'sO17461223NPSO'HARAHenry Letters patent are passing the great seal containing a grant from his Majesty; for erecting and creating within the city of Dublin and the liberties thereof, one Guild or Fraternity of the Art or Mistery of Apothecaries of Dublin to consist: one Master, two Wardens and the commonalty of the said art of mistery. Henry O'HARA to be first Master and Edward CROKER and Thomas QUIN first Wardens. The said Master and Wardens and commonalty are impowered to elect 10 assistants &c and to purchase lands &c to the value of £100 per annumNickR
Pue'sO1752620NPSO'HARAHenry jun Wednesday last Henry O'HARA a minor only son and heir of Henry O'HARA late of Crebilly, in the co Antrim, Esq deceased, together with Dr Andrew MCALLESTER his tutor embarked for England in order to proceed to Naples, where they intend to continue during the the said O'HARA's minorityNickR
LEP-CS18291124NPSO'HARAJEsq MPGeorge SWAN was sentenced to seven year's transportation, in the Recorder's Court, Dublin, on Thursday, for stealing a watch, the property of J O'HARA, Esq. M. P. for GalwayNickR
WMT J1823501NPMO'HARAJamesEsqIn the Cathedral of Tuam, James O'Hara, Esq., of West Lodge, Recorder of Galway, to Miss Le Poer Trench, daughter of his Grace the Archbishop of Tuam.SdeM
Pue'sO1739821NPDO'HARAKeanEsqLast week died Mrs O'HARA wife of Kean O'HARA Esq (formerly widow of Mr MATHEWS of Thomas Town) ...NickR
FJ18211224NPMO'HARAMarcusEsqOn the 22nd inst, by the Rev Dr KERNAN, Edward CROKER of Dominick street, to Frances Mary eldet daughter of the late Marcus O'HARA of Stephens Green EsqNickR
LC18211229NPMO'HARAMarcusEsqEdward CROKER, Esq. of Dominick Street, Dublin, to Frances Mary, eldest daughter of the late Marcus O'HARA, of Stephen's Green, Esq.NickR
WMT J1824422NPDO'HARAThomasRevAt Nenagh, in the County Tipperary, on Sunday morning, the Rev. Thomas O'Hara.SdeM
FJ18251007NPMO'KEEFEEliza Frances On Sunday last, by the Rev Mr SCANNELL, Peter LEE Esq of Lunstown, co Kindare, to Eliza Frances O'KEEFFEE second daughter of Mr Jas O'KEEFFE late of Parade, CorkNickR
FJ18251007NPMO'KEEFEJamesMrOn Sunday last, by the Rev Mr SCANNELL, Peter LEE Esq of Lunstown, co Kindare, to Eliza Frances O'KEEFFEE second daughter of Mr Jas O'KEEFFE late of Parade, CorkNickR
WMT J18271213NPDO'KEEFESarahMrsOn Friday last in Cork, Mrs. Sarah O'Keefe. SdeM
LEP-CS1828819NPSO'KELLY  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
FJ1859103NPMOLDFIELDJohnMaj-GenDecember 28, in Edinburgh, Capt R OLDFIELD, in the Royal Artillery, fourth surviving son of Maj-Gen John OLDFIELD, Royal Engineers, Oldfield Lawns, Sussex, to Emma, fourth daughter of the late Joseph HODGE, Esq, Truro, CornwallNickR
FJ1859103NPMOLDFIELDRCaptDecember 28, in Edinburgh, Capt R OLDFIELD, in the Royal Artillery, fourth surviving son of Maj-Gen John OLDFIELD, Royal Engineers, Oldfield Lawns, Sussex, to Emma, fourth daughter of the late Joseph HODGE, Esq, Truro, CornwallNickR
LEP-CS18291113NPMO'LEARYDaniel FlorenceGenA Bogata, South America, General O'LEARY, son of Jeremiah O'LEARY, Esq. of Cork, to Solita SOUBLETTE, sister to General SOUBLETTE, and niece to the President BOLIVAR see his biographyNickR
WMT J18271213NPDO'LEARYDenis ArthurMrOn Saturday last, in Patrick street, Cork, Mr. Denis Arthur O'Leary. SdeM
LEP-CS18291113NPMO'LEARYJeremiahEsqA Bogata, South America, General O'LEARY, son of Jeremiah O'LEARY, Esq. of Cork, to Solita SOUBLETTE, sister to General SOUBLETTE, and niece to the President BOLIVARNickR
WMT J18291119NPMO'LEARYJeremiahEsqAt Bagota, South America, General O'Leary, son of Jeremiah O'Leary, Esq., of Cork, to Solitia Soublette, sister of General Soublette, and niece to the President Bolivar. SdeM
WMT J18291119NPMO'LEARY GenAt Bagota, South America, General O'Leary, son of Jeremiah O'Leary, Esq., of Cork, to Solitia Soublette, sister of General Soublette, and niece to the President Bolivar. SdeM
WMT J1828626NPDOLFERTSAnne (nee MACNAGHTEN)MrsOn the 10th inst. at Charlestown Glebe, County Louth, Anne, wife of the Rev. Richard Olferts, eldest daughter of Sir F.W. Macnaghten, of Roe Park, County Derry, a lady of the most unaffected piety, the purest heart and gentlest disposition. SdeM
WMT J1828626NPDOLFERTSRichardRevOn the 10th inst. at Charlestown Glebe, County Louth, Anne, wife of the Rev. Richard Olferts, eldest daughter of Sir F.W. Macnaghten, of Roe Park, County Derry, a lady of the most unaffected piety, the purest heart and gentlest disposition. SdeM
CG HA1793130NPMOLIVERAnnMissOn Saturday morning last, at Lower Shanno Church, Cork, the Rev. Mr. REYNOLDS, Curate of Templebredy, to the agreeable Miss Ann OLIVER, dau. Of Thomas OLVER, Esq; of the Customs House.NickR
LC1826506NPMOLIVERAnne On Friday, at Kilfinnan Church, by the Rev. Thomas GUBBINS, the Rev. John ALDWORTH, second son of Robert Rogers ALDWORTH, Esq. of Newmarket House, County Cork, to Anne, eldest daughter of Charles Deane OLIVER, Esq. of Spa Hill, in this countyNickR
LGA1818602NPSOLIVERC DEsqCommitted
... 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.
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LC1798804NPN/SOLIVERCharles DEsqCharles D OLIVER Esq is appointed Second Leiutenant in the Kilfinan CavalryNickR
LGA18041129NPMOLIVERCharles DEsqOn Monday last, in Charleville, Charles D OLIVER Esq of Spa Hill, in this county, to Miss S ROBERTS, daughter of S B ROBERTS Esq of CharlevilleNickR
LGA1815217NPSOLIVERCharles DEsqCommitted, By Charles D OLIVER, Esq, to the County Jail, John BOURKE, Wm. TORPRY, and Daniel REARDON, charged with burglarously breaking open the houuse of Thos. DILLANE, of Ardpatrick and attempting to burn it.NickR
LC1824828NPSOLIVERCharles DEsqCommitted to the County Jail, by Charles D. OLIVER and Samuel BENNETT, Esqrs. Margaret LANE, for a violent assault on William and John QUINLAN and Patrick LYONSNickR
LC18251026NPAOLIVERCharles DEsqKilmallock Cup.
The racefor the above cup is appointed by the stewards to take place Wednesday, the 30th of November next.
  Persons wishing to challenge the said cup must enter their horses on or before the 30th of October next, with Mr. Patrick HUSSEY, of Kilmallock. For further particulars see the articles in the possession of Mr. HUSSEY.
O'GRADY,
C. BLENNERHASSETT,
Charles D. OLIVER,
Joseph GUBBINS, Esqrs Stewards
  Patrick HUSSEY will have an ordinary at the Freemasons'-Arms, Kilmallock.
October 26, 1825
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LC1803511NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqCommitted—On Monday last, by Charles D. OLIVER, Esq; to the County Jail, William and Simon RYAN, charged with having, on the night of the 3d instant, burglariously broke into the House of John O'DANIEL, near Kilfinane, dragging him from his bed, flogging him of the naked back, and feloniously administering an oath to him to sell his milk reasonable.NickR
LGA1815912NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqThursday last, an attack was made on three farmers, (Messrs. FITZGERALD, BURNS, and CONNELL,) residents of this county, who were returning home from Cork, on the mountains of Barnageehy, bounding the Co. Cork, and within a few miles of Kilfinan, in this county.— After some resistance on the part of the farmers, they were overpowered by the superiority of numbers, (the party being five in number, all well armed.) and robbed of property to a large amount. CONNELL succeeded in getting off, and gave information to Charles Deane OLIVER, Esq. who assisted by Messrs ADAMS, WALSH, and GABRIEL, went in pursuit of the villains, with a party of the Co. Limerick regt. and the Kilfinan yeomanry, and fortunately succeeded in aprehending three of them, one of whom fired a pistol at Mr. ADAMS. Two pocket books, containing bank notes taken from the persons of FITZGERALD and CONNELL, were found in their possession. On Saturday night, in endeavouring to apprehend one of the above fellows that escaped, all are sorry to state a soldier of the Co. Limerick ia was shot by him through the body and instantly expired. The villain has, for the present, eluded the vigilance of pursuit.NickR
LGA1816322NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqLimerick Assizes
County Court—the following convictions have taken place—...
David KELIHER, for assulting C. D. OLIVER, Esq. a magistrate, in execution of his duty at Ardpatrick—not sentanced
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LGA1816326NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqDavid KELIHER, for assulting C. D. OLIVER, Esq. a magistrate, to be fined five pounds and confined for 13 monthsNickR
LGA1817829NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqAttack on Spar Hill houseNickR
LGA18171104NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqCommittals
... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. James POWER, for robbery — By the same Magistrate, John CALLAGHAN, charged with violently assulting John QUINN, on the 17th of September.
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LGA1819413NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqCommitted
To the County Gaol
By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. Wm. RYAN, cow stealing, Darby DUGGAN, Denis CRONIN, and Patrick CRONIN, Burglary and robbery.
The above three offenders were discharged at the last assizes for want of prosecution.
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LGA1819730NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqCommittals... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. Pat. O'BRIEN and Thomas JOHNSTON, Burglary and RobberyNickR
LGA18191130NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqCommittals
To the County Gaol, by Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. Michael LEDDIN, charged with the murder of John WOODS. By Charrles D. OLIVER, Esq. to said Gaol, John KEOGH, charged with burglary and felony. By said magistrate, to said Gaol, Pat. BARRETT, charged with burglary and felony. By said Magistrate, Michael FARRELL, for forcibly taking away the daughter of John LEO, and appearing in arms.
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LC1823308NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqon Thursday, Charles D. OLIVER, and the Magistrates of Kilfinan, lodged in Jail, David ALLTIMES, John LYONS, Darby CONNERS, and Edmond RIORDAN, to be imprisoned for one month, for cutting timber.NickR
LC1824218NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqThe Physician to the Kilfinan dispensary, acknowledges to have received from Charles Deane OLIVER and Samuel BENNETT, Esqrs. for the use of the poor afflicted with fever, four pounds five shillings being the amount of fines inflicted by said Magistrates, at the Petty Sessions held at Kilfinan, on the 9th inst. on persons for cutting timber.NickR
LC18241229NPAOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqKilfinan Dispensary
A meeting of the Subscribers to the above Institution, is requested at the Session-House, Kilfinan, ay one o'clock, on Saturday, the 1st of January 1825
Charles D. OLIVER,
Treasurer and Secretary
December 29, 1824
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LC1826506NPMOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqOn Friday, at Kilfinnan Church, by the Rev. Thomas GUBBINS, the Rev. John ALDWORTH, second son of Robert Rogers ALDWORTH, Esq. of Newmarket House, County Cork, to Anne, eldest daughter of Charles Deane OLIVER, Esq. of Spa Hill, in this countyNickR
LC1826923NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqOn Tuesday night last, Eugene C. CAREY, Esq. of Bruff, proceeded with Police stationed at Kilmallock, to the lands of Knocktoran, in this County, under warrant of C. D. OLIVER, Esq. and brought in the cattle and other effects, which were rescued on said lands by a furious mob, they also succeeded in bringing in some of the fellows prisoners, which attacked Mr. CAREYon said lands—one of whom was found concealed under a heap of straw.NickR
LC18271208NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqThe Lady of the Lake Day Coach Company have purchased from Mr. OLIVER the Cork and Tralee Mail Coach, from Tralee.NickR
LEP-CS1828523NPSOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqTwo men have been apprehended and identified for the highway robbery of Charles D. OLIVER, Esq. in March last, between Mallow and Rockmills. They are supposed to be of the gang that robbed Mr. EAMES, the Postmaster of Buttevant.NickR
LEP-CS1829217NPDOLIVERCharles DeaneEsqAt his seat, Rockmill-Lodge, County Cork, on Sunday evening, Charles Deane OLIVER, Esq.NickR
LGA18151107NPSOLIVERCharles Deane Trial report — Highway robbery near Castle OliverNickR
LGA1819202NPAOLIVERCharles Deane Limerick meeting called for motion of condolence for the QueenNickR
LC17961005NPSOLIVERCharles SilverEsqMonday Charles Silver OLIVER, Esq; was sworn Sovereign, and Edward A. CROKER, Esq; Duputy Sovereign of Kilmallock, for the ensuing year.NickR
LC1799525NPSOLIVERCharles SilverEsqThe High Sheriff of the County of Limerick, has received a Precept for holding an election to return two Burgess for the Borough of Kilmallock, in the room of Charles S. OLIVER, and Silver OLIVER, Esqrs; who have accepted the Escheator-ship of Munster.NickR
LGA18061202NPBOLIVERCharles SilverEsqOn the 14th ult at Dunkettle, the lady of Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of a son and heirNickR
LGA18071110NPBOLIVERCharles SilverEsqAt Dunkettle, the lady of Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of Castle-Oliver, in this county, of a sonNickR
LGA18171024NPDOLIVERCharles SilverEsqNear Chelsea, Charles Silver OLIVER EsqNickR
FJ1820503NPMOLIVERCharles SilverEsqOn the same day [Saturday last], in Cork, Edward GILBERT Esq of the 25th Regt, to Eliza daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of Castle Oliver, co LimerickNickR
LGA1820505NPMOLIVERCharles SilverEsqAt Christ church, Cork, Edward GILBERT, esq. of the 25th regt. to Eliza, daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, of Castle Oliver, esq. in this countyNickR
LEP-CS1832306NPMOLIVERCharles SilverEsqAt Cove, Richard, youngest on of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, Esq., M. P. of the county LimerickNickR
LJ17911003NPAOLIVERCharles Silver Co. Limerick} By virtue of his Majesty' Writ of Assistance to me directed, I have I have empowered William RYAN, of Anhitt, to levy the Custodian Rent due to Derby O'GRADY, Esq. Late Sheriff of this county.
October 3, 1791

Charles Silver OLIVER, Sheriff.

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FJ1820503NPMOLIVEREliza On the same day [Saturday last], in Cork, Edward GILBERT Esq of the 25th Regt, to Eliza daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER Esq of Castle Oliver, co LimerickNickR
LGA1820505NPMOLIVEREliza At Christ church, Cork, Edward GILBERT, esq. of the 25th regt. to Eliza, daughter of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, of Castle Oliver, esq. in this countyNickR
LC1821919NPMOLIVERElizabeth Pierce DREW, Esq. of Youghal, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas OLIVER, Esq of Wellington Place, CorkNickR
FJ1821921NPMOLIVERElizabeth In Cork, Pierce W DREW Esq of Youghal to Elizabeth only daughter of Thomas OLIVER EsqNickR
WMT J1828424NPDOLIVERGeorgeMrOn Thursday, the 3d inst., Mr. George Oliver, late of Abbey-st., Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1824422NPDOLIVERJamesRevAt Cookstown, aged 74 years, the Rev. James Oliver.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDOLIVERMary On the 22d inst., at Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin, of fever, Mary, eldest daughter of Vice-Admiral Oliver. SdeM
LEP-CS1832306NPMOLIVERRichard At Cove, Richard, youngest on of the late Charles Silver OLIVER, Esq., M. P. of the county LimerickNickR
BNL173943NPDOLIVERRobertEsqWe hear that Robert OLIVER Esq Member of Parliament for Kilmallock, died at Bath a few days agoNickR
DG1739403NPDOLIVERRobertEsq MPDublin March 27, Last week came an account of the death of Robert OLIVER, Esq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of KilmallockNickR
DEP-L1744516NPDOLIVERRobertEsq MPDublin May 11. ... On Saturday last died, at his seat in the County of Limerick Robert OLIVER ESQ; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Kilmallock in said countyNickR
Pue'sO1734521NPMOLIVERRobert jrEsqOn Saturday night last, Robert OLIVER, junior Esq was married to Miss SILVER, a young lady of beauty, merit and fortuneNickR
FJ17671205-08NPMOLIVERSilverEsqA few days ago, Standish GRADY, the younger of Elton, Esq to Miss OLIVER, sister to Silver OLIVER EsqNickR
FJ17691128-30NPN/SOLIVERSilverEsqThomas MAUNSELL the elder is elected a Burgess for Kilmallock county Limerick in the room of Silver OLIVER Esq who made his election for said countyNickR
HC17691207NPDOLIVERSilverEsqIn England where he was at school Master OLIVER, eldest son of Silver OLIVER EsqNickR
LC1799525NPSOLIVERSilverEsqThe High Sheriff of the County of Limerick, has received a Precept for holding an election to return two Burgess for the Borough of Kilmallock, in the room of Charles S. OLIVER, and Silver OLIVER, Esqrs; who have accepted the Escheator-ship of Munster.NickR
LEP-CS1830903NPAOLIVERSilverEsq

Fanningstown Wood

Trees, of the best quality, now growing on part of the lands of Fanningstown, the property of Silver OLIVER, Esq.
  Proposals in writing (post paid) will be received by Mr. William Henry CARROLL, 2, Gardiner's Place, Dublin, who will declare the purchaser when value is offered. John WINTER, of Fanningstown, the woodranger, will shew the Wood

August 31, 1830

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LEP-CS1830903aNPAOLIVERSilverEsqFanningstown Woo
To be sold.-This wood contains 1911 Fir Timber Trees, of the best quality, now growing on part of the lands of Fanningstown, the property of Silver OLIVER, Esq. Proposals in writing (post paid) will be received by Mr. William Henry CARROLL, 2, Gardiner's Place, Dublin, who will declare the purchaser when value is offered. John WINTER, of Fanningstown, the woodranger, will shew the Wood

August 31, 1830

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LT1835126NPMOLIVERSilverRevAt Loughall church, county Armagh, by the Rev Silver OLIVER, the Rev Joseph GABBETT, of Kilmallock, county Limerick, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Charles D. MADDEN, of Spring Grove, county Fermanagh, Esq. and niece to Colonel MADDEN, of Hitton, county MonaghanNickR
FJ17981127NPDOLIVERSilverRt HonAt Sun-lodge, in the county Cork the Rt Hon Silver OLIVERNickR
LC1797506NPSOLIVERSilver (jun)EsqSilver OLIVER, Esq; jun. is appointed Captain in the Kilfinan Yeoman Infantry, vice COOTE, resign'dNickR
CG HA1793130NPMOLIVERThomasEsqOn Saturday morning last, at Lower Shanno Church, Cork, the Rev. Mr. REYNOLDS, Curate of Templebredy, to the agreeable Miss Ann OLIVER, dau. Of Thomas OLVER, Esq; of the Customs House.NickR
LC1821919NPMOLIVERThomasEsqPierce DREW, Esq. of Youghal, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas OLIVER, Esq of Wellington Place, CorkNickR
FJ1821921NPMOLIVERThomasEsqIn Cork, Pierce W DREW Esq of Youghal to Elizabeth only daughter of Thomas OLIVER EsqNickR
LC1833529NPDOLIVERThomasEsqAt Cove, at the housew of his borther-in-law, the Rev P W DREW, quite suddenly, Thomas Oliver EsqNickR
LEP-CS18311021NPDOLIVERWilliamEsqOn Saturday, at Spring-Lodge, county Limerick, Mrs. OLIVER, wife of Wm. OLIVER, Esq.NickR
WMT G1835226NPDOLIVERWilliam CCol HEICSIn Grove-lane, Camberwell, Colonel Wm. C. Oliver, of the Hon. East In[dia] Company's Madras Service. SdeM
FJ17671205-08NPMOLIVER MissA few days ago, Standish GRADY, the younger of Elton, Esq to Miss OLIVER, sister to Silver OLIVER EsqNickR
LC_LM1774303NPAOLIVER MrTo be Set in the whole or separate Divisions for terms not exceeding Three Lives or thirty-one years, the Farm of Ballynahinch, containing between seven and eight hundred plantation acres, which is in first class of rich Grounds on the County of Limerick.—Proposals to be received by Mr. OLIVER at Castle-Oliver.
Feb. 7, 1774.
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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
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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
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