King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 71

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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LGA1811827NPMPURCELLJohnEsqAt Toomgrary on Sunday last John PURCELL of Cahir, County Clare Esq to Miss REDDAN daughter of Dennis REDDAN EsqNickR
WMT J18231016NPDPURCELLJohn FEsqIn Gloucester-street, on the 9th instant, after a short illness, Mrs. Selina Purcell, wife of John F. Purcell, Esq. in her 22d year.SdeM
FJ1857227NPSPURCELLPeterMrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
WMT J18231016NPDPURCELLSelinaMrIn Gloucester-street, on the 9th instant, after a short illness, Mrs. Selina Purcell, wife of John F. Purcell, Esq. in her 22d year.SdeM
FJ1809215NPSPURCELLTMrLast week, John DOWNES and Alexander KING Esqrs Surveyors of Excise accompanied by Mr W REDDAN Pro Surveyor, Mr T PURCELL probationary Guager and a detachment of the 7th Dragoons proceeded from Ennis to the parish of Kilnoe, Maynoe and Island where they remained from the 1st to the 5th inst during which time they detected eleven private distilleries and five private malt houses all at full work, several stills were seized with considerable quantity of malt ...NickR
LGA1809210NPSPURCELLThomasMrPrivate DistilleriesNickR
WMT J18261102NPMPURCELLTobiasLtLieutenant Tobias Purcell, of the 46th Regiment of Foot, to Letitia, eldest daughter of John Page, Esq., Dundalk. SdeM
LJ1791523NPSPURCELL MrEnnis, May 19, last week, John DOWNES, Esq; Inspector of Excise, assisted by Mr. A. KING, and two detachments of the 69th Regt. from Clare Castle, destroyed the following private distilleries:—three at Tulla, where they seized one worm—one at the Cross-roads near Tulla, and seized a still, head, and worm—and one near Jasper's pound, where they seized the worm, and spilled a large quantities of potale and finings; after which the seizures were brought in here and lodged in his Majesty's stores.
Mr. DOWNS also conveyed here and lodged in his Majesty's stores, assisted by Messrs PURCELL and REDDEN, Excise Officers, two large Brewing Pans, which they seized at private Breweries in Six mile-bridge.
From Mr. DOWNES's activity and perserverance, the country in general as well as the fair trader, already feel the benefit of his exertions.
NickR
Pue'sO1737726NPDPURDONBartholemewEsqA few days ago died Bartholemew PURDON Esq Member of Parliament for Castlemartyr in the co of CorkeNickR
LT1835209NPMPURDONDeborah Friday, at Ogonneloe Church, by her uncle the Very Rev the Dean of Kilaloe, the Rev Robert M. EVANS, second son of Eyre EVANS, of Ashhiill Towers, in this county, Esq. to Deborah, fourth daughter of Major William Causabon PURDON, of Tinerana, County of ClareNickR
WMT G1835219NPMPURDONDeborah On the 6th instant, at Ogonnelloe Church, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Killaloe, the Rev. Robert M. Evans, second son of Eyre Evans, Esq., of Ash-Hill, County of Limerick, to Deborah, third daughter of W.C. Purdon, Esq., of Tinerana, County of Clare. SdeM
WMT G1835430NPMPURDONDorothea Jane April 28, in the Parish Church of Killucan, by the Rev. Thomas S. Beresford, the Rev. George Gough Gubbins, of Sybil Head, County Kerry, to Dorothea Jane, eldest daughter of Edward Purdon, Esq., of Lisnabin Castle. SdeM
WMT G1835430NPMPURDONEdwardEsqApril 28, in the Parish Church of Killucan, by the Rev. Thomas S. Beresford, the Rev. George Gough Gubbins, of Sybil Head, County Kerry, to Dorothea Jane, eldest daughter of Edward Purdon, Esq., of Lisnabin Castle. SdeM
WMT J1826817NPDPURDONElizabeth On the 11th instant, of a rapid decline, sincerely regretted by an admiring circle of affectionate friends and relations, Elizabeth, second daughter of the late George Purdon of Curristown, in the County Westmeath, Esq. For true warmth of heart, tenderness of nature, and filial piety, few could equal, and none surpass her. SdeM
Pue'sO1740708NPDPURDONGeorgeEsqLast week died suddenly in the co of Clare George PURDON Esq High Sheriff of said co ....NickR
WMT J1825421NPDPURDONGeorgeEsqOn the 21st instant, in Denzille-street, Dublin, George Purdon, of Curristown, in this County, Esq., endowed with talents of the first order, a ready and inoffensive wit, great information, and the happiest colloquial powers, with the most polished manners. This deeply lamented event, has created a vacuum in the society of his family, and numerous friends, which cannot be replaced, as a Magistrate, and a useful country Gentleman on whom the poor relied, he was distinguished by a patience of investigation which led to just results, to him his native barony was indebted several years ago, for the establishment of Petty Sessions, now so universally adopted. Hospitable and frank his memory will be long cherished, by the endearing recollections of an extensive circle. SdeM
WMT J1826817NPDPURDONGeorgeEsqOn the 11th instant, of a rapid decline, sincerely regretted by an admiring circle of affectionate friends and relations, Elizabeth, second daughter of the late George Purdon of Curristown, in the County Westmeath, Esq. For true warmth of heart, tenderness of nature, and filial piety, few could equal, and none surpass her. SdeM
WMT J1830819NPDPURDONGeorgeEsqAt his house at Macetown, County of Westmeath, on the 11th inst., George Purdon, Esq. at the advanced age of 86, of a painful and tedious illness, which he bore with the utmost patience and resignation, resting his hopes of future happiness on the merits of a crucified Redeemer. SdeM
WMT J18231023NPAPURDONPeterEsqCOUNTY OF WESTMEATH.
TO BE LET,
From the 1st day of November next,
For such Term as may be agreed upon,
The Lands of Corralstown, as held by the late Samuel Dopping, Esq. containing about 220 Acres. These Lands, which are of good quality for Grazing or Tillage, are situate on the Turnpike Road between Kinnegad and Mullingar, within six miles of the latter and three of the former Town.
Proposals will be received by Peter Purdon, Esq., Killucan.
October 20, 1823.
SdeM
LC1827228NPAPURDONSimon Advertisement for properties in LimerickNickR
WMT G1835219NPMPURDONW CEsqOn the 6th instant, at Ogonnelloe Church, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Killaloe, the Rev. Robert M. Evans, second son of Eyre Evans, Esq., of Ash-Hill, County of Limerick, to Deborah, third daughter of W.C. Purdon, Esq., of Tinerana, County of Clare. SdeM
LC1833615NPMPURDONW JRevIn St Mary's church, Dublin, by the Rev W J PURDON, Gustavus, son of Richard WILSON Esq of Richmond street, to Mary daughter of Zachariah D WILLIAMS Esq of Stafford StreetNickR
WMT J1829618NPMPURDONWilliamRevJune 9, by special license, in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. William Purdon, Edward Pilkington, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Letitia Amelia, relict of Edward Eagle, Esq. of Gloucester-street, and daughter of the late Robert Bolton, of Brazil, county of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
LT1835209NPMPURDONWilliam CausabonMajFriday, at Ogonneloe Church, by her uncle the Very Rev the Dean of Kilaloe, the Rev Robert M. EVANS, second son of Eyre EVANS, of Ashhiill Towers, in this county, Esq. to Deborah, fourth daughter of Major William Causabon PURDON, of Tinerana, County of ClareNickR
LC1793615NPDPURDONWilliam JohnEsqOn Friday last, in Chester, William John PURDON, of Dublin, Esq.—In opening the ground near the Altar, in St. Oswald's for the interment of the remains of the above Gentleman, the lead cofin which encloses the dust of the Lord Chancellor GERADE, was found in a state of preservation scarcely credible, when we say that ir has been ab inhabitant of the peaceful grave 211 years; though from its appearance the eye might be deceived into a belief, that it had not lain there more than as many hours!—Lord Chancellor GERADE held the Irish Seals in the reign of Elizabeth.NickR
WMT J1824318NPSPURDON MrWESTMEATH ASSIZES.
...
Mary Ann Handcock deposed - that her husband is gate keeper to Mr. Purdon
... Thomas Handcock ...
SdeM
WMT J1824506NPMPURDON RevYesterday, at St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Purdon, Thomas Keck, of Dublin Castle, Esq., to Eliza, relict of the late Colonel de la Douespe, of the 69th Regt.SdeM
WMT J1826126NPMPURDON Rev MrAt St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Purdon, on the 17th inst., Charles Crowe, Esq., Farm-Hill, County of Fermanagh, to Margaret, only daughter of the late William Abbott, Esq. of this City. SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMPURDON Rev MrOn the 2d instant, in Mary's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. Purdon, William Ledwich, Esq., of Freemount, County of Wicklow, to Elizabeth Augusta, youngest daughter of the late Captain Francis L'Estrange, of the 3d Regiment. SdeM
WMT G1835514NPMPURDON Rev MrOn the 2d instant, at Mary's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. Purdon, Mr. M. Cane, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of C. Fitzgerald, Esq., Solicitor, 25, Stafford-street, Dublin, and Green-Hills, Co. of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1824311NPSPURDON  see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1823904NPMPURDYMMissAt Belfast, on the 18th instant, Mr. T. Purdy, aged 60, to Miss M. Purdy, aged 20.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMPURDYTMrAt Belfast, on the 18th instant, Mr. T. Purdy, aged 60, to Miss M. Purdy, aged 20.SdeM
FJ1854719NPMPUREFOYEdward BagwellEsqJuly 18, at the Abbey Church, near Clonmel, Edward B PUREFOY Esq of Greenfield, co Tipperary, to Petronella Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Maj LANGLEY, of Brittas Castle, in the same coNickR
FJ1859927NPDPUREFOYEdward BagwellEsqSeptember 22, at Brighton, Petronella Isabella, wife of Edward Bagwell PUREFOY Esq Greenfields, and youngest daughter of the late Maj LANGLEY, of Brittas Castle, co TipperaryNickR
FJ1859927NPDPUREFOYPetronella Isabella (nee LANGLEY) September 22, at Brighton, Petronella Isabella, wife of Edward Bagwell PUREFOY Esq Greenfields, and youngest daughter of the late Maj LANGLEY, of Brittas Castle, co TipperaryNickR
WMT G1835108NPBPUSEYEmilyLadyIn Grosvenor-square, London, the Lady Emily Pusey, of a daughter. SdeM
FJ18131026NPBPUTLANDCharlesEsqYesterday the 25th inst, at San Souci, Bray, Co Wicklow, the lady of Charles PUTLAND Esq of a son and heirNickR
LT1836616NPMPUTLANDCharlesEsqIn St Peter's church, Dublin, Charles PUTLAND jun Esq eldest son of Charles PUTLAND Esq of Fitzwilliam Square to Charlotte youngest daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN RNNickR
FJ1853520NPBPUTLANDCharlesEsqMay 14, at Sarsfield Court, co Cork, the lady of Charles PUTLAND jun Esq of a daughterNickR
LT1836616NPMPUTLANDCharles junEsqIn St Peter's church, Dublin, Charles PUTLAND jun Esq eldest son of Charles PUTLAND Esq of Fitzwilliam Square to Charlotte youngest daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN RNNickR
LEP-CS18301102NPMPUXLEYJohn LavallanEsqAt Ardyole church, county Cork, John Lavallan PUXLEY Esq of Dusboy House to Fanny Ross Maria second daughter of Simon WHITE of Glengarriff Castle and niece to the Earl of Bantry and Robert Hedges EYRENickR
WMT G1835205NPMPYCROFTAnn On the 24th ultimo, at St. Marylebone Parish Church, Captain Philip Wotton Braham, of his Majesty's 78th Regiment of Highlanders, to Ann, eldest daughter of the late John Pycroft, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835205NPMPYCROFTJohnEsqOn the 24th ultimo, at St. Marylebone Parish Church, Captain Philip Wotton Braham, of his Majesty's 78th Regiment of Highlanders, to Ann, eldest daughter of the late John Pycroft, Esq. SdeM
CG&GA1794628NPMPYNEArthurEsqThis day at Lower Shandon church, by the Rev Mr CAMPION, Arthur PYNE Esq Capt in His Majesty's Land Service to the highly accomplished Miss MASTERS daughter of Jasper MASTERS of Castle Masters Esq with a fortune of £500 per annumNickR
Cork Const18241206NPMPYNEArthurEsqOn the 25th ult. at Ahern Church, by the Hon. and Rev. Ludlow TONSON, Capt. Edw. CROKER, of Lisnabrin, to Frances, daughter of A. PYNE, Esq. of Ballyvolane, in this Co.NickR
FJ18241207NPMPYNEArthurEsqOn the 25th ult, Capt Edward CROKER, of Lisnabrin, co Cork, to Frances daughter of Arthur PYNE, Esq of Ballyolane, in the same coNickR
LC18241208NPMPYNEArthurEsqAt Ahern Church, County Cork, Captain Edward CROKER, of Lisnabrin, to Frances, daughter of A PYNE, Esq, of Ballyvolane, in that county.NickR
LEP-CS1833129NPDPYNEArthurEsqIn Merrion Square, Dublin Elizabeth, wife of C P CROKER Esq MD and daughter of Arthur PYNE Esq of Ballyvolane, co Cork [Memorial Inscription St Thomas Dublin – Mrs Elizabeth CROKER aged 24 years d 20 Jan 1833 Vault No 3, MAGUIRE]NickR
WMT J1824205NPDPYNEF BLtOn the 24th instant, at his lodgings in Dublin, F.B. Pyne, Lieutenant, Veteran Battalion.SdeM
Cork Const18241206NPMPYNEFrances On the 25th ult. at Ahern Church, by the Hon. and Rev. Ludlow TONSON, Capt. Edw. CROKER, of Lisnabrin, to Frances, daughter of A. PYNE, Esq. of Ballyvolane, in this Co.NickR
FJ18241207NPMPYNEFrances Masters On the 25th ult, Capt Edward CROKER, of Lisnabrin, co Cork, to Frances daughter of Arthur PYNE, Esq of Ballyolane, in the same coNickR
LC18241208NPMPYNEFrances Sophia At Ahern Church, County Cork, Captain Edward CROKER, of Lisnabrin, to Frances, daughter of A PYNE, Esq, of Ballyvolane, in that county.NickR
FJ1808413NPMPYNEJohnEsqJohn PYNE, Jun, of Cottage, Esq to Miss COLTHURST, second daughter of John COLTHURST of Dripsey Castle, both of the co CorkNickR
FJ18251012NPDPYNEJohnEsqOn the 4th inst at her ladging in Duncan-street, Cork, Mrs PYNE relict of John PYNE Esq of Cottage, co CorkNickR
WMT G1835423NPDPYNERichardEsqOn the 29th ult., Sarah Pyne, relict of Richard Pyne, of Codham Hall, Essex, and of Ballyvolane, County Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835423NPDPYNESarahMrsOn the 29th ult., Sarah Pyne, relict of Richard Pyne, of Codham Hall, Essex, and of Ballyvolane, County Cork, Esq. SdeM
LC1827131NPAQUADEPatrick Reward
Stolen or Strayed, a Bitch Hound, the property of Lord Carbery, (colour,) large blue spots, partly white, about six months old.—Any person bringing forward the Hound, will receive the sum of Twenty Shillings sterling, by application Patrick QUADE, of Bulgaden.
Limerick, January 31, 1827.
NickR
WMT J18241209NPDQUAINPhilipEsqOn Thursday in the prime of life at Mallow, County Cork, Philip Quain, Esq.SdeM
LGA1814412NPSQUAINEJohn Edward CROKER, Esq of Ballyneguard, having received information, that John QUAINE, who was charged with the murder of Michael GLEESON, of Ballymaistradeen, on the 13th of February last, was at the hill of Fedamore, this gentleman with his son, the Rev Edward CROKER, and Arthur Gethin CREAGH, Esq went on Friday last, at two o'clock, and detected the offender, notwithstandingh his having arms in his bed, he was seized in the most spirited manner, and but for their promptitude he would have resisted the attack.— He was escorted the same evening by those gentlemen and their servants, into this city, and lodged in the county gaol. These magistrates, for their assiduity and active exertions, in arresting and bringing to justice this man who hitherto eluded the punishment due to his crime, deserve the highest praise, as well for this as various other instances of their vigilance, which we have had occasion to noticeNickR
LC1826802NPSQUAINEPatrick A few days ago, Patrick QUAINE, of Bulgaden, in this County, a wealthy farmer and tithe proctor, proceeded with three others to the lands of Kilmurray, near Kilfinan, for the purpose of valuing crops. On their sppearance they were attacked by a violent mob of near 100 persons, who beat them most desparately, previously swearing them never to come again on such an errand. QUAINE, besides receiving several wounds on his body, had his skull dangerously fractured; the other two were also severely beaten. Surgeon FRANKLIN went to se the unfortunate men, and had them conveyed into town, and they now continue under his care in a very perilous condition.NickR
WMT J18241223NPDQUANThomasEsqAt his house on the Quay, Waterford, Thomas Quan, Esq.SdeM
LC1827228NPAQUANEPatrick Stolen of strayed
A bitch hound the property of Lord Carbery, partly white with large blue spots and about six months old.
  Any person bringing forward the Hound will receive the sum of five pounds by application to Patrick QUANE, of Bulgaden.
February 28.
NickR
LC1827811NPSQUANEThomas Patrick HEALY and Elenor HEALY were tried for stealing 56lb of butter, the property of Thomas QUANE, at Houndscourt, on 31st of July— The prisoners, mother and son, were acquittedNickR
LEP-CS1829630NPSQUIGLEYJohn Patrick TROY, John WALSH, Patrick CAGNEY, John QUIGLEY, and James BRADLEY, convicts transported from Limerick, were executed for various crimes at Sydney, New South Wales in October last A report from NSWNickR
LC1792613NPMQUIN__ (nee GRADY)MrsLast Saturday, at Abbington Church, George GUMBLETON, Esq; of Castle Richard, County of Waterford, to Mrs. QUIN, daughter of Standish GRADY, of Cappercullen, in this county.NickR
WMT J1825127NPSQUINJames ALARMING OUTRAGES.
About seven o'clock on the evening of the 20th three villains broke into the house of James Quin of Clonbrin within a quarter of a mile of the Police station at Abbeyshrule, County of Longford, and with violent threats demanded his gun. Quin and his wife, both aged and sick, could offer no resistance ...
SdeM
WMT J1827412NPDQUINJohnEsq M DIn Dungarvan, aged thirty-four, John Quin, Esq., M.D. SdeM
LC_LM1774303NPDQUINJohnMrAt Cork, the wife of Mr. John QUIN, GrocerNickR
LC17821226NPDQUINJohnMrIn Charleville, Mr. Robert MAHONY, sen.—At the same place, Mrs. QUIN, Wife of Mr. John QUIN, of Blarney-laneNickR
LGA1818901NPSQUINJohn Committals
...
  By James ELLARD, Esq. to the County Jail, Pat RIORDAN for stealing fruit.
  By Sam. BENNETT, Esq. John QUIN, for committing rape of Agnes DAY
NickR
LC18251207NPSQUINJohn In the Recorder's Court in Cork, on Monday, John QUIN was tried for fraudulently receiving 1l. 1s. 1d., King's bounty, having enlisted in Gort, with J. CASEY, corporal in the 61st Regiment, and represented himself as 25 years of age, whereas he subsequently stated at Cork he was 40 years old. The regulation is not to take recruits over 30 years of age. The jury convicted him, but sentence was not passed.NickR
WMT J1824902NPDQUINMMrsOn the 28th instant, in Colerain-street, Mrs. M. Quin, aged 26 years.SdeM
FJ1819901NPSQUINMary A woman named Mary QUIN who lives on the Dublin Road, within a mile of this town [Newry], was lately left a widow by her husband Patrick QUIN, who died about two months ago. Fourteen days after his decease, she was brought to bed and safely delivered of a daughter, which has since died. One month after this event she concoled herself by taking another husband. Thus in the course of six eventful weeks she has lost a husband, was delivered of a child, lost the babe and got another husband - Newry PaperNickR
FJ1819901NPSQUINPatrick A woman named Mary QUIN who lives on the Dublin Road, within a mile of this town [Newry], was lately left a widow by her husband Patrick QUIN, who died about two months ago. Fourteen days after his decease, she was brought to bed and safely delivered of a daughter, which has since died. One month after this event she concoled herself by taking another husband. Thus in the course of six eventful weeks she has lost a husband, was delivered of a child, lost the babe and got another husband - Newry PaperNickR
WMT G1835514NPMQUINPeterMrOn the 29th ult., in St. Mary's Church, Newry, by the Rev. Dr. Campbell, Mr. Peter Quin, of Newry, merchant, to Sarah Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Josiah Erskine, Rector of Knockbride, County Cavan. SdeM
FJ1795623NPMQUINRev Thomas At Limerick the Rev Thomas QUIN to Miss Ellen WILSON eldest daughter of William WILSON of Wilsoncastle Co LimerickNickR
LC1797201NPAQUINRichardSir BtSir Richard QUIN, Bt. having appointed Stephen DICKSON, of Mount Della, in the County of Limerick, Esq; Sensehal of the Manors of Tubberney and Effin, situate between Charleville and Kilmallock; Mr. DICKSON will in future hold Courts Baron, once every month at the Glebe House of Ballingaddy.—Mr. DICKSON's next Court Day, will be held the 22d of February next; he will leave Processes and blank Copies, at Wm. BENNET's Esq; at Martin's-town, near Kilmallock; Processes to be served 7 days inclusive, before each Court day; the Jurisdiction of the Court in the above Manors, extend to the recovery of any Sum not exceeding 10l.      Jan. 28, 1797NickR
Pue'sO17461223NPSQUINThomas 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
FJ1844510NPMQUINThomas StawellEsqOn the 7th inst, at Brinny church, Thomas Stawell QUIN of Sunning Hill, co Cork, esq to Mary eldest daughter of the Rev Richard Longfield CONNER of Downdanniel, in the same coNickR
Pue'sO1739214NPMQUINValentineEsqWe hear from Limerick that Pierce CREAGH junr of Dungan in the co of Clare Esq was married to Miss QUIN, daughter of Valentine QUIN of Adair in the cco of Limerick Esq, a very agreeable lady with a £6000 fortuneNickR
WMT J1823904NPDQUINWalter JohnEsqAt Rostrevor, Walter John Quin, of Dungannon, in the county of Tyrone, Esq.SdeM
Pue'sO1739214NPMQUIN MissWe hear from Limerick that Pierce CREAGH junr of Dungan in the co of Clare Esq was married to Miss QUIN, daughter of Valentine QUIN of Adair in the cco of Limerick Esq, a very agreeable lady with a £6000 fortuneNickR
FJ1792613NPMQUIN [nee GRADY]  George GUMBLETON Esq of Castle Richard Co Waterford to Mrs QUIN daughter of Standish GRADY of Cappercullen EsqNickR
LEP-CS1832309NPMQUINLANEliza Tuesday, at Kilmallocke, by the Rev. Mr. MARNANE, Eliza, third daughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John M'CARTHY of Glenfield, County Limerick.NickR
LC1824804NPSQUINLANJamesMrTuesday, August 3 ... James LEO, indicted for forging a receipt for £54 10s 8d purporting to be that of Mr. James QUINLAN, of Kilmallock, put off his trial on an affadavit of the absence of a material witness.NickR
LEP-CS1828201NPMQUINLANJamesMrOn Wednesday evening last, in Kilmallock, at her father's house, by the Rev. Mr. MURNANE, Margaret, eldest daoughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John SIMS, of Churchtown, county Cork, wine and spirit merchant.NickR
LEP-CS1832309NPMQUINLANJamesMrTuesday, at Kilmallocke, by the Rev. Mr. MARNANE, Eliza, third daughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John M'CARTHY of Glenfield, County Limerick.NickR
LC1824828NPSQUINLANJohn Committed 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
LEP-CS1830209NPSQUINLANJohn An Irish labourer, named HANLEY, alias TRACEY, is committed from Hatton Garden Police-office, London, charged with the murder of John QUINLAN at the fair of Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick, last March. He was identified by a brother-in-law of the deceased, name FITZGERALD.NickR
LEP-CS1828201NPMQUINLANMargaret On Wednesday evening last, in Kilmallock, at her father's house, by the Rev. Mr. MURNANE, Margaret, eldest daoughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John SIMS, of Churchtown, county Cork, wine and spirit merchant.NickR
WMT J18271213NPMQUINLANPEsqAt Golden Cottage, Clonmel, P. Quinlan, Esq. of Garrane, to Eleanor, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cleary. SdeM
WMT J18281127NPDQUINLANPEsqIn Marlborough-street, on Saturday, Mrs. Quinlan, relict of the late P. Quinlan, of Clonmel, Esq. SdeM
LC1773816NPMQUINLANPatrickMrLast Tuesday at Charleville, Mr Patrick QUINLAN to Miss Johanna DRINANE of KilnaleaNickR
LC1825706NPSQUINLANThomasMrA young child of Mr. Thomas QUINLAN, of Kilmallock, was rescued almost from under the feet of the horses of the Cork Mail Coach, by the exertions of Mr. William CONNELL, of the former place, on Thursday.NickR
LC1824814NPSQUINLANWilliamEsqCommitted to the County Jail, by the Rev. Edward Croker, Thom is O'Grady, and Walter Hussey Burgh, Esqrs. from Ballyneety Petty Sessions, James Lyons, Michael Hartigan, Wm. Fogarty, Thomas Bradshaw, Michael M'Mahon, Peter Murnane, Patrick Hourigan, Maurice Downey, and Patrick Browne, for selling spirituous liquors without licence by John Croker and James D. Lyons, Esqrs. Richard Allen, for stealing wearing apparel; by Samuel Bennett, Esq. John, Mathew, Dennis, and Morgan Lawne, for a violent assault on William Quinlan.NickR
LC1824828NPSQUINLANWilliam Committed 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
WMT J18281127NPDQUINLAN MrsIn Marlborough-street, on Saturday, Mrs. Quinlan, relict of the late P. Quinlan, of Clonmel, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1831107NPSQUINLISKBridget Michael QUINLISK, BridgerQUINLISK, (husband and wife) Mary QUINLISK, William QUINLISK, and Stephen QUINLISK, (daughter and sons of the above) were overwhelmed by snow, on Saturday night last, in their cabin, at Glengar, Barony of Kilnemanagh, County Tipperary, and died of suffocationNickR
LEP-CS1831107NPSQUINLISKMary Michael QUINLISK, BridgerQUINLISK, (husband and wife) Mary QUINLISK, William QUINLISK, and Stephen QUINLISK, (daughter and sons of the above) were overwhelmed by snow, on Saturday night last, in their cabin, at Glengar, Barony of Kilnemanagh, County Tipperary, and died of suffocationNickR
LEP-CS1831107NPSQUINLISKMichael Michael QUINLISK, BridgerQUINLISK, (husband and wife) Mary QUINLISK, William QUINLISK, and Stephen QUINLISK, (daughter and sons of the above) were overwhelmed by snow, on Saturday night last, in their cabin, at Glengar, Barony of Kilnemanagh, County Tipperary, and died of suffocationNickR
LEP-CS1831107NPSQUINLISKStephen Michael QUINLISK, BridgerQUINLISK, (husband and wife) Mary QUINLISK, William QUINLISK, and Stephen QUINLISK, (daughter and sons of the above) were overwhelmed by snow, on Saturday night last, in their cabin, at Glengar, Barony of Kilnemanagh, County Tipperary, and died of suffocationNickR
LEP-CS1831107NPSQUINLISKWilliam Michael QUINLISK, BridgerQUINLISK, (husband and wife) Mary QUINLISK, William QUINLISK, and Stephen QUINLISK, (daughter and sons of the above) were overwhelmed by snow, on Saturday night last, in their cabin, at Glengar, Barony of Kilnemanagh, County Tipperary, and died of suffocationNickR
LEP-CS1828826NPSQUINLIVAN  QUINLIVAN, a prisoner at present in Ennis Gaol, charged with the murder of ANGLIM, was fired at by the Nehagh Police, (when endeavouring to make his escape,) and a ball entered his thigh from whence it was extracted by Dr. CASTLES, yesterdayNickR
WMT J1828515NPDQUINNEdwardEsqOn Sunday, at his Chambers, in Hare Court, Temple, London, Edward Quinn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. SdeM
FJ1856825NPDQUINNFrances Melian August 20, at Kingstown, Frances Melian, daughter of T C QUINN, Esq of Sunny Hill, co CorkNickR
LGA18171104NPSQUINNJohn Committals
... 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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FJ1850404NPSQUINNO'NeillDrAcquital of Dr LANGLEYNickR
FJ1849510NPSQUINNO'NeillMDInquest on death of Eleanor LANGLEYNickR
FJ1856825NPDQUINNT CEsqAugust 20, at Kingstown, Frances Melian, daughter of T C QUINN, Esq of Sunny Hill, co CorkNickR
LHMA17891019NPMQUINNWilliamEsqWilliam QUINN, of Kilmalogue, Esq. to Miss GOING, of Clonmel.NickR
LGA1815324NPAQUINNWindhamHon MPEstablishement of Agricultural SocietiesNickR
WMT J18231127NPMQUINN MissIn St. Peter's Church Drogheda, by the Rev. Thomas Blacker Owens, Mr. Francis Augustus Elliott, of that town, to Miss Quinn, of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.SdeM
WMT J1824108NPDQUINN MrsMrs. Quinn, of this city, aged 58 years.SdeM
WMT J18251103NPDQUINTINJohnEsqOn the 23d inst. at Mountain View Avenue, M. Elizabeth, only daughter of the late John Quintin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251103NPDQUINTINM Elizabeth On the 23d inst. at Mountain View Avenue, M. Elizabeth, only daughter of the late John Quintin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829101NPDQUINTONThomasEsq M DAt Enniskillen, Thomas Quinton, Esq., M.D. SdeM
WMT J18291203NPMQUINTONThomas JEsqOn the 25th instant, by special license, Thomas J. Quinton, of the City of Dublin, Esq., to Frederica, only daughter of Sir Thomas Moriarty, of Abbeyville, county Roscommon. SdeM
WMT J1833411NPMRADCLIFFJosephEsqAt Mullingar, on the 9th instant, by the Hon. and Rev. Henry Browne, Joseph Radcliff, Esq., son of the Right Hon. John Radcliff, to Mary Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Viscount Frankfort. SdeM
WMT J18231204NPDRADCLIFFStephenLt RNOn the 28th ult. in the 30th year of his age, to the inexpressable grief of his family and friends, at Leghorn where he went for the benefit of his health, Lieutenant Stephen Radcliff, R.N. eldest son of the Rev. Stephen Radcliff, Rector of Skryne, Diocese of Meath.SdeM
WMT J18231204NPDRADCLIFFStephenRevOn the 28th ult. in the 30th year of his age, to the inexpressable grief of his family and friends, at Leghorn where he went for the benefit of his health, Lieutenant Stephen Radcliff, R.N. eldest son of the Rev. Stephen Radcliff, Rector of Skryne, Diocese of Meath.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPMRADCLIFFEMary Anne On the 2d instant, in the church of Lisnadill, parish of Armagh, by the Rev. Wm. Maclean, Rector of Newtownhamilton, Wm. Harlowe Phibbs, Esq., of the 25th Regiment, to Mary Anne, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Radcliffe, Prebendary of Clonmethan, and Rector of St. Paul's, in this City. SdeM
WMT J1827125NPDRADCLIFFERichardRevAt Glebe hill, near Enniscorthy, the residence of the Rev. Richard Radcliffe on Sunday last the 13th inst. in the prime of life, the Rev. Jeremiah Francis Harday[sic], youngest son of the late Francis Hardy, Member of the Irish Parliament. SdeM
LC1827707NPMRADCLIFFESamuelMrIn Cork, Mr. Samuel RADCLIFFE, to Christian, daughter of the late Mr. John Barter BENNETTNickR
WMT J1824715NPMRADCLIFFETRevOn Monday last, in St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. T. Radcliffe, J. Perrin, Esq., of Wicklow, to Elizabeth, second daughter of G. Blood, Esq., of Montpelier-hill, near this city.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPMRADCLIFFEThomasRevOn the 2d instant, in the church of Lisnadill, parish of Armagh, by the Rev. Wm. Maclean, Rector of Newtownhamilton, Wm. Harlowe Phibbs, Esq., of the 25th Regiment, to Mary Anne, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Radcliffe, Prebendary of Clonmethan, and Rector of St. Paul's, in this City. SdeM
WMT J1827726NPMRADCLIFFE MissMr. Patrick Kenna, jun. of Cullien, near this town, to Miss Radcliffe, of the city of Dublin. SdeM
FJ1861115NPDRAEGilesEsq JPJanuary 8, at Keel House, co Kerry, Sarah Drew, only daughter of Giles RAE Esq JP of KeelNickR
LH1831825NPMRAERobert LEsqOn the 19th ult, in Dublin, and subsequently at Gretta Green, Robert L RAE Esq of Dublin to Elizabeth only daughter of William Godfrey LANGFORD Esq of Annadale, in the co KerryNickR
FJ1861115NPDRAESarah Drew January 8, at Keel House, co Kerry, Sarah Drew, only daughter of Giles RAE Esq JP of KeelNickR
WMT J1826713NPDRAFFLESStamfordSirOn Wednesday, at High Wood, Sir Stamford Raffles, in the service of the Hon. the East India Company, late Lieutenant Governor of Benecoleh and Sincapore. SdeM
LGA1815606NPMRAFTER CaptAt Youghal, Capt RAFTER, 60th Regt to Miss TAYLOR, daughter of the late Richard TAYLOR Esq of Holly Park in this countyNickR
FJ1815608NPMRAFTER CaptAt Youghal church, Capt RAFTER of the 60th Regt to Miss TAYLOR, daughter of the late Richard TAYLOR of Holly Park, co LimerickNickR
Pue'sO1741214NPSRAHILLYWilliam We hear from the co of Limerick that on Saturday night last Thomas LOWROE, Edmond CRONEKAN, William RAHILLY and Christopher CLANCY, four notorious robbers were taken and committed to goalb by Edward CROKER and Nicholas WEEKS Esqrs they committed a robbery the night before they were taken, LOWROE broke the goal twice within these few monthsNickR
WMT J18271206NPMRAIKESRobert (jun)EsqAt Welton, Yorkshire, Robert Raikes, jun., Esq. of Welton House, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Rear Admiral Paget, of Grosvenor place, Bath. SdeM
WMT J18241014NPDRAINEYMary MagdalenaMrsOn the 4th inst., in Belfast, Mrs. Mary Magdalena Rainey, relict of Thomas Rainey, Esq., of this city.SdeM
WMT J18241223NPDRAINEYSamuelMrIn Dublin on the 9th inst., Mr. Samuel Rainey, Merchant.SdeM
WMT J18241014NPDRAINEYThomasEsqOn the 4th inst., in Belfast, Mrs. Mary Magdalena Rainey, relict of Thomas Rainey, Esq., of this city.SdeM
WMT G1835430NPMRAITTSusanna Sophia On the 16th instant, Edward Lionel Wolley, Esq., of the 11th Regiment of Foot, to Susanna Sophia, third daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Raitt, late Deputy Adjutant-General of the Mediterranean. SdeM
WMT G1835430NPMRAITT Lt-ColOn the 16th instant, Edward Lionel Wolley, Esq., of the 11th Regiment of Foot, to Susanna Sophia, third daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Raitt, late Deputy Adjutant-General of the Mediterranean. SdeM
LC1826422NPDRALEIGHMauriceEsq MDOn Sunday last, at his residence, in Charleville, Maurice RALEIGH, Esq. M. D. — he practiced his profession with great alactrity and attention to the poor and fell a sacrifice to a protracted illness, acquired in the discharge of his professional duty, leaving this world much regretted, by a large circle of friendsNickR
LC1824626NPSRALEIGHWalterDrA dispensary on an enlarged scale has been established at Bruff, to which Doctor Walter RALEIGH has been appointed medical attendant.NickR
LC1823111NPSRALEIGH DrIt is Dr. RALEIGH, of Charleville, who has been elected to the Kilmallock Dispensary. We are glad to find that our respected fellow-citizen, Dr. RALEIGH, is much recovered from his long and severe indisposition. He will, in a very few days, resume his professional duties.NickR
LEP-CS18331004NPDRALIEGHRichardMrOn Wednesday, in Charleville, aged 60 years, Mr. Richard RALEIGH, Clothier. He sustained, through life, the character of an honest and religious man, and his death is sincerely regretted by his numerous friends and acquaintances.NickR
FJ1857227NPSRALPH MrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
Pue'sO1734917NPDRALSON AldLast week died in Ann street Mrs LOWTHER wife of Mr LOWTHER, an attorney of the Court of Comman Pleas. She was the widow of the late Aldermen RALSONNickR
Pue'sO1740722NPMRAMAbelEsqSunday last Thomas CONLEY Esq Couincellor at law was married to Miss RAM daughter of Abel RAM of Ramsfort in the co Wexford Esq ... large fortuneNickR
FJ1831730NPDRAMCharlotte (nee STOPFORD)LadyOn the 23 inst, at her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, co Wexford, Esq and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
LH1831801NPDRAMCharlotte (nee STOPFORD)LadyAt her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of the late Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, in the co Wexford, Esq and Portswood Hants, and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
FJ1836229NPMRAMCharlotte (nee STOPFORD)LadyOn the 23d of February, at Bath, Christopher DOMVILLE, Esq, brother to Sir Compton DOMVILLE, Bart, of Santry House, co Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen RAM, and Lady Charlotte RAM, of Ramsfort, co WexfordNickR
FJ1843607NPMRAMDigby Joseph StopfordRevOn the 2d inst, at Beverley, Christopher Robert, second son of the late Rev Sir John LIGHTON, Bt to Mary Anne Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Rev Digby Joseph Stopford RAM, of Brookville, co CorkNickR
FJ1836229NPMRAMElizabeth On the 23d of February, at Bath, Christopher DOMVILLE, Esq, brother to Sir Compton DOMVILLE, Bart, of Santry House, co Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen RAM, and Lady Charlotte RAM, of Ramsfort, co WexfordNickR
FJ1844131NPBRAMJaneLadyOn the 24th of January, at Iham, Staffordshire, Lady Jane RAM, of a sonNickR
FJ1843607NPMRAMMary Anne Elizabeth On the 2d inst, at Beverley, Christopher Robert, second son of the late Rev Sir John LIGHTON, Bt to Mary Anne Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Rev Digby Joseph Stopford RAM, of Brookville, co CorkNickR
FJ1831730NPDRAMStephenEsqOn the 23 inst, at her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, co Wexford, Esq and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
LH1831801NPDRAMStephenEsqAt her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of the late Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, in the co Wexford, Esq and Portswood Hants, and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
FJ1836229NPMRAMStephenEsqOn the 23d of February, at Bath, Christopher DOMVILLE, Esq, brother to Sir Compton DOMVILLE, Bart, of Santry House, co Dublin, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Stephen RAM, and Lady Charlotte RAM, of Ramsfort, co WexfordNickR
Pue'sO1740722NPMRAM MissSunday last Thomas CONLEY Esq Couincellor at law was married to Miss RAM daughter of Abel RAM of Ramsfort in the co Wexford Esq ... large fortuneNickR
WMT J18261123NPDRAMADGEThomasEsqAt his house in Mountjoy-place, on Saturday evening the 18th inst., Thomas Ramadge, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825818NPMRAMAGEThomasEsqIn St. George's Church, Thomas Ramage, Esq. of Mountjoy-place, to Miss Armstrong. SdeM
WMT J1828131NPDRAMAGEWilliamCapt RNCaptain William Ramage, Royal Navy, formerly many years Signal Lieutenant to Earl St. Vincent. SdeM
LT1835129NPMRAMSAYAlexanderEsqAt Missourie, E. T. TIERNEY, Esq; of the 38th Native Regiment, Bengal, and nephew to Sir Matthew TIERNEY, to Christina CLARKE, grand-daughter of Alexander RAMSAY, Esq; of KersehillNickR
WMT J1829101NPMRAMSDENFrances Catherine At Brotherton, Lord Muncaster to Frances Catherine, the youngest daughter of Sir John Ramsden, Bt. of Byram. SdeM
WMT J1829101NPMRAMSDENJohnSir BartAt Brotherton, Lord Muncaster to Frances Catherine, the youngest daughter of Sir John Ramsden, Bt. of Byram. SdeM
WMT J1823123NPMRAMSEYAlexanderSir Bart MPAt Edinburgh, Sir Alexander Ramsey, of Ballymain, Bart., M.P. to Elizabeth, second daughter of the Hon. William Maule, of Panmuze, M.P.SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDRAMSEYPhilipMajAt Berhampore, Major Philip Ramsey, 47th Regt. SdeM
LC1796109NPMRANDALLMarthaMissAt Passage Church, by the Rev. Ed. LLOYD, John Cole BOWEN, Captain in His Mahesty's 8th West India Regiment, to Miss Martha RANDALL, daughter of the late Lieut. RANDALL, of the Royal Navy.NickR
LC1796109NPMRANDALL Lt RNAt Passage Church, by the Rev. Ed. LLOYD, John Cole BOWEN, Captain in His Mahesty's 8th West India Regiment, to Miss Martha RANDALL, daughter of the late Lieut. RANDALL, of the Royal Navy.NickR
LC_LM1774314NPDRANDLE MrsAt Ballyrtruckle, near Waterford, Mrs RANDLE.NickR
WMT J1826126NPMRANKINCharlesMrOn Sunday[22 Jan], in St. Mary's Church, Mr. Charles Rankin, of Sackville-street, to Miss Kathrens, of Dame-street. SdeM
WMT J1827111NPDRANSBURYMary AnneMrsOn the 26th of December, in Clones, county Monaghan, Mrs. Mary Anne Ransbury. SdeM
WMT J18261123NPDRANSFORDSophia On the 12th inst. at her mother's house in Mountjoy-square, of a rapid decline, Sophia, youngest daughter of the late William Ransford, of Rathmines, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18261123NPDRANSFORDWilliamEsqOn the 12th inst. at her mother's house in Mountjoy-square, of a rapid decline, Sophia, youngest daughter of the late William Ransford, of Rathmines, Esq. SdeM
Pue'sO1734810NPDRATHBORNEJohnMrOn Tuesday last died at his house in Hawkin's street Mr John RATHBORNE, a wealthy merchantNickR
LH1831901NPDRATHBORNEWilsonCapt CBAt Ballymore, co Galway, (the seat of his nephew) Capt Wilson RATHBORNE CBNickR
LEP-CS1831823NPDRATHBOURNERichardEsqAt Ballymore, co Galway, the seat of his nephew Richard RATHBOURNE, Esq, aged 84 Capt W RATHBOURNE CB RNNickR
LEP-CS1831823NPDRATHBOURNEWCapt RNAt Ballymore, co Galway, the seat of his nephew Richard RATHBOURNE, Esq, aged 84 Capt W RATHBOURNE CB RNNickR
WMT J1828117NPDRAVEN MrsOn the 8th instant, in the Barracks in this town, Mrs. Raven, wife of Paymaster Raven, depot 84th Regt. at present in those quarters ... The remains of this lamented lady we are informed, are to be interred this day. SdeM
WMT J1828117NPDRAVEN PaymasterOn the 8th instant, in the Barracks in this town, Mrs. Raven, wife of Paymaster Raven, depot 84th Regt. at present in those quarters ... The remains of this lamented lady we are informed, are to be interred this day. SdeM
LGA1819309NPSRAWDON-HASTINGSFrancisMarquis of HastingsHis Excellency the Marquis Hastings, Gov. Gen. of India has appointed Charles A MOLONEY Esq. chief commissioner and manager of several provinces lately ceded in India, to the British Government; this young gentleman is second son of James MOLONY, Esq of Kilcannon, co Clare: this important and dignified situation has been given to him in the most handsome and gracious manner, as a reward of his most extensive talents, and his intimatel knowledge of the Persian languageNickR
LEP-CS18281223NPDRAWLEY MrIn Charleville, on Wednesday, at the house of his father-in-law Mr. RAWLEY, Mr. Thomas LACY, of Broad-street, Limerick. He was a young man of exemplary character, and much esteemed by his friends and acquaintenance. He bore a long and trying illness with that fortitude inspired alone by the confidence of enjoying a better and happier existence, which is now the only consolation left a young and afficted widow, and esteemed father, to whom, he was always a dutiful and affectionate son.NickR
WMT J18271018NPDRAWLINSAnna On the 4th instant, Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq. of Harcourt-street. SdeM
FJ18261009NPMRAWLINSCatherine On Saturday the 7th inst, at St Peter's, by the Rev Dr WALL, Senior Fellow, TCD the Rev George PEACOCKE, son of the late Thomas Goodricke REACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, co Limerick, to Catherine daughter of Joesph RAWLINS Esq of Harcourt StreetNickR
FJ18261009NPMRAWLINSJosephEsqOn Saturday the 7th inst, at St Peter's, by the Rev Dr WALL, Senior Fellow, TCD the Rev George PEACOCKE, son of the late Thomas Goodricke REACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, co Limerick, to Catherine daughter of Joesph RAWLINS Esq of Harcourt StreetNickR
WMT J18271018NPDRAWLINSJosephEsqOn the 4th instant, Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq. of Harcourt-street. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMRAWLINSJosephEsqOn the 11th instant, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Wall, F.T.C., D., the Rev. Ambrose Smith, Vicar of Templeudigan, County Wexford, and eldest son of Thomas Smith, Esq., M.D., Belmont, County Dublin, to Letitia, youngest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq., Harcourt-street. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMRAWLINSLetitia On the 11th instant, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Wall, F.T.C., D., the Rev. Ambrose Smith, Vicar of Templeudigan, County Wexford, and eldest son of Thomas Smith, Esq., M.D., Belmont, County Dublin, to Letitia, youngest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq., Harcourt-street. SdeM
WMT J18245'20NPDRAYMONDGeorgeMrAt Poplar Road, Annesley Bridge, Mr. George Raymond, late Supervisor of Taxes.SdeM
LEP-CS1829911NPSRAYMONDJamesEsqJames RAYMOND, Esq. late of Holly Park, Co. Limerick, is appointed Post-Master General, at Sydney, New South Wales. [He was the first Post Master General, died 29 May 1851 at Darlinghurst and was buried 2 June 1851 at St Peter's Cooks River aged 65]NickR
FJ1847212NPMRAYMONDJane Frances On the 4th inst, at Booterstown church, the Rev John Thomas LANGFORD son of the late Rev Francis LANGFORD rector of Kilcornan, co Limerick, to Jane Frances only daughter of th late William RAYMOND of this city Esq barister-at-lawNickR
WMT J1825203NPDRAYMONDJohnEsqOn Monday last, of a fever, much regretted, John Raymond, Esq. of Raghcommane, in the County of Kerry. SdeM
FJ1847212NPMRAYMONDWilliamEsqOn the 4th inst, at Booterstown church, the Rev John Thomas LANGFORD son of the late Rev Francis LANGFORD rector of Kilcornan, co Limerick, to Jane Frances only daughter of th late William RAYMOND of this city Esq barister-at-lawNickR
LGA1811621NPMREAGilesEsqAt Newcastle, by the Rev Thos LOCKE, Giles REA, of Anna, in the co Kerry, Esq, to Deborah, youngest daughter of the late John LANGFORD, of Castle Langford, in saiid coNickR
WMT J1834417NPMREAHelen Anderson At Barnwood, on Tuesday, by the Rev. Charles Henry Watling, Vicar of Badgworth, Alexander Richey, Esq., late of this City, to Helen Anderson, third daughter of Joseph Rea, Esq., Barnwood, near Gloucester. SdeM
WMT J1825331NPMREAJ On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Brown, Mr. Hugh Ferguson, to Mary, eldest daughter of J. Rea, of Belfast. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDREAJohnMrOn Wednesday last, after 30 years' suffering, which he bore with cheerful resignation, Mr. John Rea, merchant tailor. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMREAJosephEsqAt Barnwood, on Tuesday, by the Rev. Charles Henry Watling, Vicar of Badgworth, Alexander Richey, Esq., late of this City, to Helen Anderson, third daughter of Joseph Rea, Esq., Barnwood, near Gloucester. SdeM
WMT J1825331NPMREAMary On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Brown, Mr. Hugh Ferguson, to Mary, eldest daughter of J. Rea, of Belfast. SdeM
LC1827811NPAREAMary (alias FLEMING) Notice
That I, Patrick REA, of Kileen, in the Parish of Ballylanders, in the Barony of Costlea, in the County of Limerick—and my WIFE, Mary REA, alias FLEMING, have voluntarily separated from each other and have amicably settled to give her her portion, and I have given it before several witnesses, we have also parted in good friendship, shaking hands and wishing each other good luck. I hereby give Notice to the Public at large not to Credit my said Wife in either money or value.
Patrick REA,
August 11th, 1827.
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LC1827811NPAREAPatrick Notice
That I, Patrick REA, of Kileen, in the Parish of Ballylanders, in the Barony of Costlea, in the County of Limerick—and my WIFE, Mary REA, alias FLEMING, have voluntarily separated from each other and have amicably settled to give her her portion, and I have given it before several witnesses, we have also parted in good friendship, shaking hands and wishing each other good luck. I hereby give Notice to the Public at large not to Credit my said Wife in either money or value.
Patrick REA,
August 11th, 1827.
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LEP-CS1831823NPMREARobert LangfordEsqIn Dublin, by the Rev. John ALLEN, and subsequently in Scotland, Robert Langford REA, Esq., of Dublin, to Eliza Anne, daughter of William Godfrey LANGFORD, Esq., of Annadale, Co. KerryNickR
FJ18081104aNPMREAWilliamMrAt Dromore, Mr Wm REA of Edenruty, at the advanced age of 73, to Miss Lucinda LEE of Drumskee, aged 24 — The circumstance attended this marriage is something singular, as he has lived to this period without ever thinking of entering such a situation, though possessed of a vast property; but supposing his friends might have disputes in consequence thereof he thought proper to make an engagement with this young woman, she being his house keeperNickR
WMT J1833815NPSREADMary Mary Read a. Wm. Alexander Williamson and others. ... SdeM
WMT G1835326NPMREADEGeorgeEsqOn the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826126NPDREADEJohnEsqOn the 17th inst. at Woodtown-west, in the County of Meath, of a lingering illness, brought on by misfortune, and supported with unexampled patience, John Reade, Esq., formerly Barrister at Law. A man of splendid talents, unblemished integrity, & unaffected goodness of heart. Pious, humane and charitable. His remains were interred without pomp or ceremony near to those of his father the late Rev. Philip Reade, in Athboy, in the said County, but followed to the grave by multitudes who with deep and heartfelt grief deplored their loss. SdeM
FJ18161118NPMREADEMaryMrsOn Wednesday last, William LEE Esq of Springmount, co Kilkenny, to Mary READE widow of the late Richard M READE Esq of Kosenaragh, in the said coNickR
WMT J1826126NPDREADEPhilipRevOn the 17th inst. at Woodtown-west, in the County of Meath, of a lingering illness, brought on by misfortune, and supported with unexampled patience, John Reade, Esq., formerly Barrister at Law. A man of splendid talents, unblemished integrity, & unaffected goodness of heart. Pious, humane and charitable. His remains were interred without pomp or ceremony near to those of his father the late Rev. Philip Reade, in Athboy, in the said County, but followed to the grave by multitudes who with deep and heartfelt grief deplored their loss. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPBREADEREsqAt Woodpark, County Galway, the lady of R. Reade, Esq., of a daughter. SdeM
FJ18161118NPMREADEricgard MEsqOn Wednesday last, William LEE Esq of Springmount, co Kilkenny, to Mary READE widow of the late Richard M READE Esq of Kosenaragh, in the said coNickR
LGA18161115NPMREADERichardEsqAt Konctopher Church, William LEE, of Callen, Esq. to Mrs READE, relict of the late Richard READE, of Rosemore, Esq. on which occasionMr. LEE gave a donation of ten guineas nto the Poor of the ParishNickR
LGA1819611NPMREADEWilliamRev Sir BtOn Saturday, at Tomgrany church, by the Rev Sir Wm READE Bt, John HEWLETT Esq of Raheen, Co Clare, to Constantina daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough EsqNickR
WMT G1835326NPMREADE DrOn the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
LGA18161115NPMREADE MrsAt Konctopher Church, William LEE, of Callen, Esq. to Mrs READE, relict of the late Richard READE, of Rosemore, Esq. on which occasionMr. LEE gave a donation of ten guineas nto the Poor of the ParishNickR
LGA1808906NPMReadyEMrOn Saturday evening, John O'Donnell JOYNT, of Broadstreet, grocer, to the agreeable Miss READY, daughter of Mr E READY, grocer of this cityNickR
LGA1812211NPSREADYWilliam Committed—By Eyre EVANS Esq. to the county jail, on Thursday, William READY, Willim DOWNEY, Patrick ROONAN, John CASEY, and Patrick LEE, charged with felony, unlawful assemblies, and buglary in the house of D. BERKELEY, of KilmallockNickR
LGA1808906NPMREADY MissOn Saturday evening, John O'Donnell JOYNT, of Broadstreet, grocer, to the agreeable Miss READY, daughter of Mr E READY, grocer of this cityNickR
LC1827321NPSREALEllen (nee MANGANE) ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.
COUNTY LIMERICK COURT—SATURDAY.
   Dominick Joyce, Patrick Molony, and John Molony, were indicted for the abduction of Ellen Mangane, with intent that Thomas Joyce forcibly marry the said Ellen Mangane—and also for stealing 30s, the property of Thomas Mangane.
   Thomas Mangane proved that his house was broken into on the night of the 16th of January last, by an armed party, his niece forcibly taken away out of her bed, and one of his drawers broken and a thirty shilling bank note taken thereout; Patrick Molony missed fire at him with a pistol, identified him and Dominick Joyce ; the girl was not more than six it teen years' old, and is since well married.
   Margaret Mangane confirmed the evidence of her husband, and identified John Molony; Ellen Mangane alias Real, a very comely and interesting young woman, corroborated the testimony of her relations; she was carried off from her bed by Thomas Joyce, who is not taken, and others whom she did not know; did not see Dominick Joyce or John MoIony, among the party.
   Thomas Butler, Policeman, proved seeing Patrick Molony at his house in bed the night of the outrage. The prisoners received a good distract for sobriety and industry and the Jury acquitted them.
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FJ1858708NPMREALLJosephEsqJuly 3, in Cork, Christopher JOHNSON Esq Burton-on-Trent, to Martha Mary, relict of Richard WALDRON and daughter of the late Joseph REALL Esq Ballyclough, FermoyNickR
LGA1815203NPSREARDONDaniel Attack on house at ArdpatrickNickR
LGA1815217NPSREARDONDaniel Committed, 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
LEP-CS18291013NPSREARDONThady City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
LEP-CS18301231NPSREDDAN(female) A person named REDDAN was severely burned in the back, by her clothes catching fire, on Christmas eve, at a public house, in Limerick.NickR
LT1836208NPMREDDANBridgetMissOn Saturday morning, in Upper Glentworth Street by the Rev Mr D'ARCY VP of St Michael's Mr John KERBY grocer of Mary Street to Miss Bridget REDDANNickR
LC18231227NPSREDDANCMrOn Sunday night last, a valuable in-calf heiffer was maliciously killed on the lands of Gurteen, Parisg of Quinn, County Clare, the property of Mr. C. REDDAN. Those lands were some time since in the hands of cotter tenants, who were forgiven an immense arear, on giving up the lands to the owner, Richard CREAGH, Esq. of Dangan, who subsequently let them to the present tenant.NickR
LC1826222NPSREDDANConnor An inquest having been held on the body of Bridget BREEN, the innocent and unfortunate victim of the late most savage and revolting act of barbarity, near Tulla, a verdict of "wilful murder," was returned against Connor REDDAN and Lucius WELSH, principals in this inhuman outrage. It would appear that the poor woman was absolutely burned to death by those horrid wretches, in their cursed pasion for money.—"Auri sacra fames, quid non mortalla pectora cogis"?NickR
DEM1826310NPSREDDANConnor The only interesting trial since the commencement if the Assizes was that of Connor REDDAN, for the barbarous murder of Bridget LYNCH, alias BRINN, near Tulla. The case occupied a considerable length of time. He was found guilty of burglary, but acquitted of murder.NickR
LC1826426NPSREDDANConnor (Cornelius) Three men have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in a burglary and burning of a woman near Tulla, some time since, and for which a man named REDDAN, was hanged, at the last Ennis Assizes.NickR
LC1826429NPSREDDANConnor (Cornelius) The three men taken up in the County Clare charged ith the crime for which Connor REDDAN was hanged last Ennis Asssizes, have been identified by the approver.NickR
LC1826322NPSREDDANCornelius On Saturday, Cornelius REDDAN found guilty, at Ennis Assizes, of the murder of Bridget LYNCH, was executed in front of he new gaol of that town. For some days before, he refused any religious consolation; but, subsequently became resigned, and acknowledged the justice of his sentence, declaring, that the death he was to suffer was much lighter than his crime deserved.NickR
LC1826712NPSREDDANCornelius   John REDDAN, for assaulting Catherine DONOUGHUE.— From representation of the prosecutrix this cause appeared to wear a very aggrivated complexion, the parties reside in the same house, and yet never could live in harmony together. At the late election REDDAN and DONOGHUE came in angry collision, and the latter appeared to have suffered severely from the rencontre, having been dragged down the stairs, as she said, two hands full of hair torn out of her head, and repeatedly kicked outside the door in every part of the body. A witness for the defence swore that previous to the affray, Catherine DONOGHUE flung a key and a knife at the other party, and swore laoudly she would have bloody work before the day would pass over. The Jury were of the opinion, however, that REDDAN was the guilty person, and he was sentenced to be imprisoned for a month and to find bail for his behaviour, himself in 10l. and two surities in 5l. each.NickR
LC18341018NPNREDDANCornelius Cess Payers — A list of cess payers appointed by the grand Jury at Summer Assizes 1834 ... Upper Tulla – .. James MACNAMARA, Ayle; ... Cornelius REDDAN, Allagh; ... Lower Tulla – ... Thomas BRIDGEMAN, Killeen; ...NickR
LEP-CS1828729NPN/SREDDAND Subscriptions for the relief of Clare Freeholders ... D REDDAN £1-0-0NickR
LC18351125NPDREDDANDanielMrIn Denmark Street, Mr Daniel REDDANNickR
LC1801117NPMREDDANDenisEsqThursday last, at Broadford Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE linnen-draper, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN daughter of Denis REDDAN Esq of said placeNickR
LC1801117NPMREDDANDenisEsqThursday last, at Broadford, Co. Clare, Mr. James GILMORE, Linen-draper of Broad Street, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN, daughter of Denis REDDAN, Esq; of said placeNickR
LGA1818130NPSREDDANDenisEsqRobbery of Denis REDDAN's houseNickR
LC18341119NPDREDDANDenisEsqAt Tomgrany, co Clare, on Wednesday last, aged 76 years, Mrs REDDAN, wife of Denis REDDAN EsqNickR
LC1835128NPDREDDANDenisEsqAt Tomagrany, co Clare, in advanced age Denis REDDAN, Esq, a most honorable and kind hearted country gentlemanNickR
LGA1811827NPMREDDANDennisEsqAt Toomgrary on Sunday last John PURCELL of Cahir, County Clare Esq to Miss REDDAN daughter of Dennis REDDAN EsqNickR
FJ18561106NPMREDDANDora Maria November 4, at Tomgraney, by the Right Rev Dr VAUGHAN, Bishop of Killaloe, John FROST Esq solicitor, Ennis, to Dora Maria, only daughter of Mathew REDDAN Esq Shannon View, and granddaughter of Captain BRIDGEMAN, Rathloobe, co ClareNickR
LS18401022NPNREDDANFrancis County of the City of Limerick a list of registry applicants ... REDDAN, Francis, Mary Street, Shopkeeper, freeman....NickR
LC18351230NPDREDDANJMrIn High Street, Ennis, Margaret widow of Mr J REDDAN grocerNickR
LEP-CS1828101NPDREDDANJamesMrIn High Street Ennis, of a few days illness Mr James REDDAN grocer — he was generally estemed as an honest manNickR
LC1832623NPDREDDANJamesMrIn Ennis of cholera Mrs REDDAN widow of Mr James REDDAN grocerNickR
ClonmAdv1832627NPDREDDANJamesMrIn Ennis, of Cholera, Mrs REDDAN, widow of Mr James REDDAN, grocerNickR
LC1825305NPSREDDANJames On Thursday the Quarter Sessions were resumed ...James REDDAN for stealinf a small bag of wheat from a Countryman's car—three months imprisonmentNickR
LGA1809307NPSREDDANJohnEsqOn Sunday morning a man called Pat. SHEEDY was found dead on board a canal boat, the property of John REDDAN Esq, near Doonas.—In consequence of some suspicion arising respecting the death, Mr. REDDAN, accompanied by Surgeon THWAITES, proceeded yesterday to the place, where they were met by Thomas SAMPSON, Esq, coroner of the county Clare, and a respectable jury; after the most minute examination of the body by the surgeon, and strictest investigation of the jury, it clearly appeared that Patrick SHEEDY died "by the visitaion of God".NickR
LC1824327NPSREDDANJohnEsqThursday's gneral meeting of the proprietors of teh Commercial Buildings ... Directors ... John REDDANNickR
LC1827217NPSREDDANJohnEsqWednesday night, the provision stores of J. REDDAN, Esq., at the upper end of William Street, were robbed of a quantity of pork intended for exportation. The wretches implicated in the crime were then employed in his concerns, some of them actually on watch for its protection. Fortunately five of them were arrested by the City Police, while in the act of descending from the Store loft, with the pork in their possession.NickR
LEP-CS1831304NPSREDDANJohnEsqCity Limerick Record Panel,—Edmond MORNEY, of Ballyclogh, Esq.; John REDDAN, Esq. Merchant; William COLLINS, Esq.; Ralph BRERETON, Esq. merchant; John ROCHFORD, Esq. merchant; George W. RUSSELL, Esq. merchant; John HANLY, Esq. woolen draper; James ALTON, Esq; Thomas WORRALL, Esq. merchant; Arthur SAYERS, Esq; S. CASWELL, Esq. merchant; George M. GOGGIN, Esq; William HUNT, Esq. of Friarstown; Francis SPAIGHT, Esq. merchant; George Westropp JAMESON, Esq. merchant; John Thomas WESTROPP, Esq.; James MORGAN, Esq.; Joseph MILLER, Esq.; William WILSON, Esq. seed merchant; Philip M'ARDELL, Esq.; Paul CUDMORE, of Ballyclogh, Esq.; Arthur GLOSTER, Esq.; Thomas QUINLAN, Esq. coach maker; Joseph DELANY, Esq.NickR

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??  W P ALLARDICE  Part 01
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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