King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 73

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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LC1826708NPSRIEDYPatrick Committed to the City Jail, by teh Right Worshipful H. WATSON, Esq. Mayor, ... Patrick RIEDT, sentenced at the Petty sessions to three months imprisonment, or pay a fine of five pounds, fo having purchased clothes from a deserter belonging to teh 24th Regiment. ...NickR
LC1826708NPSRIEDYPatrick Thursday last, Patrick RIEDY, was sentenced by the Right Worshipful the Mayor, under the Mutiny Act, to three months' imprisonment, for purchasing regimental necessities belonging to a deserter from the 24th Regt.NickR
LGA18171202NPSRIEDYThomas Friday last, the following convicts were sent off from our jail for Cork, thence to be transported to Botany Bay— Thomas RIEDY, for assulting a dwelling house; John HENRY, (a black) for horse stealing; Michael HASSETT, and Michael M'MAHON for burglary. There yet remains fourteen persons under sentence of transportation in the County and City jails. [Note Peter Mayberry's database has Thomas READY transported on the Earl St Vincent (1) native of Limerick born 1768 arriving in 1818 for a life sentence]NickR
WMT J18241223NPMRIELLYThomasMrMr. Thomas Rielly, Printer, St. Andrew-street, to Miss Eliza Usher, Summer-hill.SdeM
WMT J1828103NPDRIELLYWilliam AEsqOn Monday last, at Belmont, in this County, the seat of Wm. A. Rielly, Esq., of a few hours illness, in the bloom of youth, Miss Mary Anne Levinge, eldest daughter of Richard H. Levinge, of Levington Park, in this County, Esq. Endowed with every amiable quality of mind, she has sunk to her everlasting rest, with the same firm dependence upon her Saviour and her God, which ever influenced her actions from her earliest years. SdeM
LGA1815404NPSRIERDONWilliam Yesterday, Wm TORPY, Daniel RIERDON, and John BURKE, were taken from the County Gaol, to Ardpatrick, where they were executed, pursuant to the sentance passed on then at the last assizesNickR
WMT J1828424NPMRIEVETTETEsqOn Saturday, in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Cotterell W. Mercier, T. Rievette, Esq. to Miss Sarah Cluff, both of this City. SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMRIGBYWilliamMrOn Thursday last, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, Mr. William Rigby of Suffolk-street, to Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert Fletcher, of this City.SdeM
LGA1816802NPSRIGGSJohn Committed
... —By Henry BEVAN, Esq. David SHEA, charged with attempting to choak John RIGGS, of Bruff.— By the Rev James ELLARD, Daniel TOOMY, charged with passing forged notes.
NickR
WMT G1835129NPMRIGGSWMrOn Thursday last, in Killeagh Church, by the Rev. Robert Battersby, Mr. W. Riggs, of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. James Flanagan, of Moate. SdeM
WMT G1835205NPMRIGGSWilliamEsqOn the 22d ult., at Kileagh Church, by the Reverend Robert Battersby, William Riggs, Esq., of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of James Flanagan, Esq., of Moate, in the county Meath. SdeM
LC1827620NPARIGGSWilliam N Bruff Dispensary,
A general meeting of the Subscribers to this Institution is requested at the Dispensary Room, Bruff, on the 24th Inst for the purpose of inspecting the Treasurers' Accounts, &c. and electing Officers for the ensuing year.
Signed by Order,
William N RIGGS
Bruff, June 18.
NickR
LGA1819122NPBRIKEYBenjaminEsqIn Rutland Square, Dublin the lady of Benjamin RIKEY Esq of a daughterNickR
LEP-CS1830709NPMRIKYAnneMissIn Dublin, Benjamin SWAN Esq of the 70th Regt to Anne daughter of Benjamin RIKY of Rutland Square EsqNickR
FJ1830705NPMRIKYAnne July 2, in St Mary's church, Benjamin SWAN Esq of His Majesty's 70th Regt of Foot, to Anne third daughter of the late Benjamin RIKY Esq of Rutland Square in this city and of Ballynoe, co CarlowNickR
FJ1819120NPBRIKYBenjaminEsqIn Rutland Square, the lady of Benjamin RIKEY Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1820606NPBRIKYBenjaminEsqOn the 2nd inst, in Rutland Square the lady of Benjamin RIKY Esq of a sonNickR
FJ1822114NPBRIKYBenjaminEsqAt Ballynoe, co Carlow, the lady of Benjamin RIKY Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1828724NPDRIKYBenjaminEsqOn Sat, the 10th inst at his house in Rutland Sq, Benjamin RIKY Esq of Ballymoe in the co Carlow clerk of the Crown of the province of Connaught. He was upwards 30 yrs Deputy Clerk of the Crown on the Home Circuit and county & city of Dublin. ...NickR
WMT J1828724NPDRIKYBenjaminEsqOn the 19th instant, at his house in Rutland-square, Benjamin Riky, Esq., of Ballynoe, in the county of Carlow, Clerk of the Crown for the Province of Connaught. He was upwards of 30 years Deputy Clerk of the Crown for the Home Circuit and County and City of Dublin. The public have suffered an irreparable loss in this excellent Officer. SdeM
FJ1830705NPMRIKYBenjaminEsqJuly 2, in St Mary's church, Benjamin SWAN Esq of His Majesty's 70th Regt of Foot, to Anne third daughter of the late Benjamin RIKY Esq of Rutland Square in this city and of Ballynoe, co CarlowNickR
LEP-CS1830709NPMRIKYBenjaminEsqIn Dublin, Benjamin SWAN Esq of the 70th Regt to Anne daughter of Benjamin RIKY of Rutland Square EsqNickR
LS1841325NPMRIKYBenjaminEsqAt Clifton church, Joseph Percival SWAN Esq of Baldwinstown, co Wexford, to Catherine Rhonda ourth daughter of the late Benjamin RIKY Esq of Rutland Square Dublin and Ballynoe, co CarlowNickR
FJ1842225NPMRIKYBenjaminEsq CaptOn the 19th inst, at Carlton, Gloucestershire, Benjamin RIKY Esq Capt in the 48th Regt, to Johana relict of WilliamHORNE Esq and second daughter of the late Peak GARLAND Esq of Sandings Lodge, WiltshireNickR
LS1841325NPMRIKYCatherine Rhonda At Clifton church, Joseph Percival SWAN Esq of Baldwinstown, co Wexford, to Catherine Rhonda ourth daughter of the late Benjamin RIKY Esq of Rutland Square Dublin and Ballynoe, co CarlowNickR
WMT J1824708NPMRILEYCatherineMissOn the 15th ult. at Clifton, Wm. Edwards, Esq., Lieut. in the Westmeath Militia, to the amiable Miss Catherine Riley, daughter to - Riley, Esq., Staffordshire. After the marriage, the happy pair set off to Bridge-cottage, Chepstow, Monmouthshire.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMRILEY EsqOn the 15th ult. at Clifton, Wm. Edwards, Esq., Lieut. in the Westmeath Militia, to the amiable Miss Catherine Riley, daughter to - Riley, Esq., Staffordshire. After the marriage, the happy pair set off to Bridge-cottage, Chepstow, Monmouthshire.SdeM
LC1827901NPSRINGDenis Cork Assizes: ... Denis RING, an itinerant ballad singer, was sentenced to seven years' transportation, as a person infamous xxx and character. Eight others received the same sentence under similar indictment.See Peter Mayberry's siteNickR
WMT J1827201NPDRINGEdwardLtAt Fermoy, on the 24th inst., sincerely and deservedly regretted, Frances, wife of Lieut. Edward Ring, of the N. Cork Militia. SdeM
WMT J1825106NPMRINGJosephEsqAt Cork, Joseph Ring, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of James Tarrant, Esq. of Mallow. SdeM
WMT G1835618NPMRINGNEILEWilliam BarryMrOn Tuesday last, by the Rev. S. Watson, Mr. William Barry Ringneile, to Miss Eliza Snodden, Ballyminstra. SdeM
HDM17711121-23NPDRINGROSEElizabethMissAt Mellish of the small pax Miss Elizabeth RINGROSE only daughter of John RINGROSENickR
LGA18151024NPSRIORDANCornelius Information having been sworn before the Rev John GRAVES, against John RIORDAN, Edmond RIORDAN, Cornelius RIORDAN, John SULLIVAN and John LONG, for having burglarously broken into the house of Michael CURTIN, and severley flogged him. He accompanied by the Rev John CROKER, with an officer and party of the 74th, Regt. proceeded to their habitation, near Kilmiddy, in a remote part of the Co. where he succeeded in apprehending the entire [party], and lodged them in gaol to abide their trials, for their alledged charges.NickR
WMT G1835219NPMRIORDANDenny TwissRevOn the 5th instant, by the Rev. Denny Twiss Riordan, in Tipperary Church, Samuel M. Watson, Esq., Ex-Sheriff of Limerick, to Catherine Elizabeth, only child of the late Rev. John Averell, of Toberhead, Co. of Londonderry, and Rector and Prebendary of Clashmore, diocese of Waterford. SdeM
LGA18151024NPSRIORDANEdmond Information having been sworn before the Rev John GRAVES, against John RIORDAN, Edmond RIORDAN, Cornelius RIORDAN, John SULLIVAN and John LONG, for having burglarously broken into the house of Michael CURTIN, and severley flogged him. He accompanied by the Rev John CROKER, with an officer and party of the 74th, Regt. proceeded to their habitation, near Kilmiddy, in a remote part of the Co. where he succeeded in apprehending the entire [party], and lodged them in gaol to abide their trials, for their alledged charges.NickR
LGA18151024NPSRIORDANJohn Information having been sworn before the Rev John GRAVES, against John RIORDAN, Edmond RIORDAN, Cornelius RIORDAN, John SULLIVAN and John LONG, for having burglarously broken into the house of Michael CURTIN, and severley flogged him. He accompanied by the Rev John CROKER, with an officer and party of the 74th, Regt. proceeded to their habitation, near Kilmiddy, in a remote part of the Co. where he succeeded in apprehending the entire [party], and lodged them in gaol to abide their trials, for their alledged charges.NickR
LGA1818901NPSRIORDANPatrick 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
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LGA1815317NPSRIORDONDaniel Yesterday evening, the assizes for this city ended— ...
  In the county court—John BURKE, William TORPY, and Daniel RIORDAN, for attacking the house of Thomas DILLANE, Ardpatrick—not sentanced
NickR
LGA1815321NPSRIORDONDaniel On Saturday evening, the Assizes of this city ended, when the Judge pronounced the aweful sentance of the law on the following prisoners, (whose convictions appeared in our last):—
Wm TORPY, John BURKE, and Daniel RIORDON, to be executed on the hill of Ardpatrick, on Monday, 3d april next
NickR
WMT J1825120NPMRISKAndrewEsqAndrew Risk, of Lower Bridge-street, Esq. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, of Kildimo Glebe, County Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMRISKAndrewEsqOn the 13th in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. James Nevin, Andrew Risk, Esq. of Lower Bridge-st. to Mary, second daughter of the Rev. George Franklin, Rector of Kildimo, county Limerick. SdeM
WMT J1829604NPDRISKJEsqMay 24, at her son's house, Usher's-quay, after a protracted illness of five years, Mrs. Mary Risk, aged 73, relict of J. Risk, Esq., Crummon Lodge. SdeM
WMT J1829604NPDRISKMaryMrsMay 24, at her son's house, Usher's-quay, after a protracted illness of five years, Mrs. Mary Risk, aged 73, relict of J. Risk, Esq., Crummon Lodge. SdeM
WMT J1834410NPDRIVERSMichaelEsqIn Waterford, Michael Rivers, Esq., of Tybrogney Castle. SdeM
LC1768915NPSROACHDominick At an Assizes held at Carrickfergus in the County of Antrim in August last, a remarkable trial come on before Hon. Judge ROBINSON, and a Jury of that County, for kidnapping John ROACH, a minor, son of Dominick ROACH of the town of Drougheda, dealer, when after a trial of four hours, A. O, of the town of Belfast in said county, merchant, owner, or reputed owner, of the vessel or ship called the Prince George of Belfast aforesaid, was found guilty of se_cing, inveighling and kidnapping said Roach on board said Vessel, and causing him to be sold as a slave in Amreica; but as the Indictment was only laid for a Trespass, and not a Felony, said O. was ordered to be three months confined, and fined 100 marks, tho' it was the Sense of the Court he deserved Death.
  This it is hoped, will deter Gentlemen from carrying out such a wicked, unchristian trade, as kidnapping young children from their parents, and selling them in remote parts of the world for their own private gain.
NickR
LC1768915NPSROACHJohn At an Assizes held at Carrickfergus in the County of Antrim in August last, a remarkable trial come on before Hon. Judge ROBINSON, and a Jury of that County, for kidnapping John ROACH, a minor, son of Dominick ROACH of the town of Drougheda, dealer, when after a trial of four hours, A. O, of the town of Belfast in said county, merchant, owner, or reputed owner, of the vessel or ship called the Prince George of Belfast aforesaid, was found guilty of se_cing, inveighling and kidnapping said Roach on board said Vessel, and causing him to be sold as a slave in Amreica; but as the Indictment was only laid for a Trespass, and not a Felony, said O. was ordered to be three months confined, and fined 100 marks, tho' it was the Sense of the Court he deserved Death.
  This it is hoped, will deter Gentlemen from carrying out such a wicked, unchristian trade, as kidnapping young children from their parents, and selling them in remote parts of the world for their own private gain.
NickR
WMT J1831127NPMROALDSONArthurRevAt Moate, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. A. Rolleston, James, eldest son of John Allen, Esq., of Richardstown, county Longford, to Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Philip Marsh, Esq., of Moyalley, County Westmeath. Another entry: At Moate, by the Rev. Arthur Roaldson, James, eldest son of John Allen, Esq., of Richardstown, County Longford, to Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Philip Marsh, Esq., of Moyalley, County Westmeath. SdeM
LGA1810406NPDROBBINS[nee MASSY]Hon MrsAt Hymestown county Tipperary much regretted Hon Mrs ROBBINS lady of George ROBBINS Esq and sister of Hon George MASSY late of this city and now residing in DublinNickR
LGA1810406NPDROBBINSGeorgeEsqAt Hymestown county Tipperary much regretted Hon Mrs ROBBINS lady of George ROBBINS Esq and sister of Hon George MASSY late of this city and now residing in DublinNickR
FJ1765921-24NPSROBBINSGeorgeMrLast week, Mr George ROBBINS surveyor of Clonmell assisted by Mr MC CARTHY gauger and Mr LEE seized eight hundred weight of tobacco, and lodged it in the Excise Office at ClonmellNickR
LGA1814603NPSROBBINSGeorge junEsqMurder over a game of hurlingNickR
WMT G1835319NPMROBEAlexanderMrOn the 3d instant, by the Rev. John Shaw, Mr. Alexander Robe, of Magheralone, to Miss Eliza Walker of Ballynahinch. SdeM
Pue'sO1742501NPMROBERTSDeborahMissTuesday last Michael CHAMBERLAIN Esq councellor at law was married to Miss Deborah ROBERTS daughter of Robert ROBERTS Esq an agreeable young lady of fine accomplishments and a large fortuneNickR
LGA1817418NPMROBERTSEdwardEsqEdward ROBERTS, of Waterford, Esq, to Martha, daughter of Arthur USSHER, of Campfire, in the co of WaterfordNickR
WMT J1827920NPMROBERTSElizabeth On the 7th inst. in Chapelizod Church, Wm. Steele, Esq. of Elm Villa, Serpentine avenue, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Wm. Roberts, Esq. of Denbigh, North Wales. SdeM
LC1826204NPMROBERTSGeorgina John Drew ATKIN, of Cork, to Georgina, youngest daughter of the late Sir Thomas ROBERTS, BartNickR
FJ1814330NPMROBERTSHarriett At Waterford, by the rev Richard RYLAND, Richard Augustus Frederick PENNELL Esq to Harriet third daughter of the Rev John ROBERTSNickR
FJ1857924NPSROBERTSHodder A narrow escapeNickR
LEP-CS1829224NPDROBERTSJ BEsqOn Thursday Morning, at an advanced age, in Charleville, Mary, the wife of J. B. ROBERTS, Esq. of that town, universally and deservedly regretted.NickR
WMT G1835604NPMROBERTSJamesEsqOn the 21st instant, at Almondbury Church, by the Rev. Richard Roberts, of Sheffield, George Sykes, Esq., of the City of Dublin, to the amiable and accomplished Jane Roberts, second daughter of James Roberts, Esq., of Broadoake, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire. SdeM
WMT J18231224NPMROBERTSJane At Edinburgh, on the 11th inst. by the right Rev. Doctor Macdonnell, Bishop of Upper Canada, Alexander Macdonald, Esq., of Dalilea, to Jane, only surviving daughter of the late John Roberts, Esq., of Curroflats, formerly of London.SdeM
WMT G1835604NPMROBERTSJane On the 21st instant, at Almondbury Church, by the Rev. Richard Roberts, of Sheffield, George Sykes, Esq., of the City of Dublin, to the amiable and accomplished Jane Roberts, second daughter of James Roberts, Esq., of Broadoake, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire. SdeM
WMT J18231224NPMROBERTSJohnEsqAt Edinburgh, on the 11th inst. by the right Rev. Doctor Macdonnell, Bishop of Upper Canada, Alexander Macdonald, Esq., of Dalilea, to Jane, only surviving daughter of the late John Roberts, Esq., of Curroflats, formerly of London.SdeM
FJ1814330NPMROBERTSJohnRevAt Waterford, by the rev Richard RYLAND, Richard Augustus Frederick PENNELL Esq to Harriet third daughter of the Rev John ROBERTSNickR
LC17961022NPSROBERTSJonathan BruceEsqDublin Castle 18th Octber 1796.
His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, has been pleased o sign commissions for the following noblemen and gentlemen to be officers in the undermentioned County Corps:—
...
Charleville Cavalry.— Jonathan Bruce ROBERTS, Esq; to be Captain, Thomas TRANT, Esq; Lieut. Robert SANDERS, Esq; Cornet
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Cork Const1836823NPDROBERTSJonathan BruceEsqAt his house in Dublin, aged 84 years, Jonathan Bruce ROBERTS, Esq., one of the last surviving heros of the celebrated battle of Bunker's-hill, in America. He was a Lieutenant in the 63d regiment when that memorable and sangulnary action took place, and subsequently got his troop in the 12th Dragoons.NickR
LGA1816531NPMROBERTSLetitia Jane On Tuesday, by the Rev Boyle DAVIS, in Cork, George C FREND, Esq, of this city, to Letitia Jane, second daughter of William ROBERTS of Union Island, Cork, EsqNickR
FJ1816604NPMROBERTSLetitia Jane On Tuesday last, at Cork, George C FROWL Esq of Limerick to Letitia Jane second daughter of William ROBERTS Esq of Union IslandNickR
LEP-CS1829224NPDROBERTSMaryMrsOn Thursday Morning, at an advanced age, in Charleville, Mary, the wife of J. B. ROBERTS, Esq. of that town, universally and deservedly regretted.NickR
FJ1851227NPMROBERTSMichaelEsqFeb 25, in St Peter's ch, Michael ROBERTS Esq FTCD, eldest son of Capt ROBERTS, of Kilmoney Abbey, co Cork to Kate daughter of John Drew ATKIN Esq of Merrion Square, and grand daughter of the late Sir Thomas ROBERTS Bart of Brightstown, co CorkNickR
WMT G1835604NPMROBERTSRichardRevOn the 21st instant, at Almondbury Church, by the Rev. Richard Roberts, of Sheffield, George Sykes, Esq., of the City of Dublin, to the amiable and accomplished Jane Roberts, second daughter of James Roberts, Esq., of Broadoake, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire. SdeM
Pue'sO1742501NPMROBERTSRobertEsqTuesday last Michael CHAMBERLAIN Esq councellor at law was married to Miss Deborah ROBERTS daughter of Robert ROBERTS Esq an agreeable young lady of fine accomplishments and a large fortuneNickR
LGA18041129NPMROBERTSSMissOn 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
LGA18041129NPMROBERTSS BEsqOn 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
WMT J1828320NPMROBERTSSamuelRevThe Rev. Samuel Roberts, of Eyrecourt, County Galway, to Jane, daughter of Colonel Eyre, of Eyrecourt Castle, in said county. SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMROBERTSSamuel ThomasRevAt Pretsbury, Gloucestershire, on Tuesday, 10th February, the Rev. Samuel Thomas Roberts, of Ravindon, Rector and Vicar of the Union of Michel, in the County of Kilkenny, to Sarah, daughter of the late Sir William Forbes, Bart., Craigeivar, Aberdeenshire.SdeM
LC1826204NPMROBERTSthomasSir BtJohn Drew ATKIN, of Cork, to Georgina, youngest daughter of the late Sir Thomas ROBERTS, BartNickR
FJ1851227NPMROBERTSThomasSir BtFeb 25, in St Peter's ch, Michael ROBERTS Esq FTCD, eldest son of Capt ROBERTS, of Kilmoney Abbey, co Cork to Kate daughter of John Drew ATKIN Esq of Merrion Square, and grand daughter of the late Sir Thomas ROBERTS Bart of Brightstown, co CorkNickR
FJ1846227NPMROBERTSThomas HEsqOn the 18th instant, at Gortroe church, Thomas H ROBERTS Esq of Ballymurphy, co Cork, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Samuel CROKER Esq of Holly Hill, in the same coNickR
LC1769622NPSROBERTSWilliamEsqCork June 19, William Roberts, esq, Soverign of Charleville, has been apointed a Justice of the Peace for county of CorkNickR
CG HA1788124NPDROBERTSWilliamEsqLast Wednesday, at Charleville, the lady of William ROBERTS Esq.NickR
LGA1816531NPMROBERTSWilliamEsqOn Tuesday, by the Rev Boyle DAVIS, in Cork, George C FREND, Esq, of this city, to Letitia Jane, second daughter of William ROBERTS of Union Island, Cork, EsqNickR
FJ1816604NPMROBERTSWilliamEsqOn Tuesday last, at Cork, George C FROWL Esq of Limerick to Letitia Jane second daughter of William ROBERTS Esq of Union IslandNickR
WMT J1827920NPMROBERTSWilliamEsqOn the 7th inst. in Chapelizod Church, Wm. Steele, Esq. of Elm Villa, Serpentine avenue, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Wm. Roberts, Esq. of Denbigh, North Wales. SdeM
CMC1811130NPDROBERTSWilliamMrsLast night at Union Island, .. Mrs ROBERTS, wife of William ROBERTS, of this city, Esq. …NickR
FJ1851227NPMROBERTS CaptFeb 25, in St Peter's ch, Michael ROBERTS Esq FTCD, eldest son of Capt ROBERTS, of Kilmoney Abbey, co Cork to Kate daughter of John Drew ATKIN Esq of Merrion Square, and grand daughter of the late Sir Thomas ROBERTS Bart of Brightstown, co CorkNickR
FJ18001101NPMROBERTS MissMr Richard WALKER of Clayard Co Meath to Miss ROBERTS of Abbey Shrule Co LongfordNickR
LGA1819209NPMROBERTSONJamesEsqAt Coolbreach, near Calcutta, Leiut. HOLMES, 44th native infantry, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late James ROBERTSON, Esq. surgeon in the East India Company's service.NickR
LGA1819209NPMROBERTSONMargaret At Coolbreach, near Calcutta, Leiut. HOLMES, 44th native infantry, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late James ROBERTSON, Esq. surgeon in the East India Company's service.NickR
WMT J1828103NPDROBINSON (sen)MrsOn Monday last, the 31st ult. at Annville, in this County, at an advanced age, Mrs. Robinson, sen., wife of the Rev. Thomas Robinson, Rector of this Parish. SdeM
WMT J1829813NPSROBINSONAndrew LONGFORD ASSIZES. Abridged from the Longford Journal. ... Andrew Robinson who was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Robinson his wife, on the night of the 28th of February by drowning her in a river ... Doctor Allen deposed - Is a Surgeon ... practises medicine chiefly among the poor, gratuitously, was educated at Dublin and Edinburgh, did not take out his Degrees at either Colleges, but passed his Examination, and was sent to the Navy as a Surgeon ... Jane Wilson (a female about 16 or 17 years of age) sister of deceased ... saw her sister that day in her father's house ... her sister was about six years married, thinks she lived only four or five weeks with her husband ... they were married she heard by a Presbyterian Clergyman ... Jane Armstrong ... niece of the prisoner ... James Robinson, father of the prisoner ... Andrew Robinson, you have been found guilty of the dreadful crime of Murder ... EXECUTION OF ANDREW ROBINSON. On Thursday last at a quarter before one o'clock the extreme sentence of the law was carried into effect ... SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMROBINSONDenipierEsqOn the 18th inst. at Cloghjordan Church, by the Rev. F. French, Denipier Robinson, Esq., County Tipperary, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the Rev. Edwin Palmer, in same county, and niece to Simpson Hackett, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251027NPMROBINSONDorothea On Saturday, the 8th inst. Richard Ponsonby Webb, of Wardenstown, in this County, Esq. to Dorothea, only daughter of Richard Robinson, of Garryhinch, in the King's County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1834130NPSROBINSONGarrett In the Matter of Garrett Robinson, an Insolvent. The Creditors of Garrett Robinson, late of Ballymahon, in the County of Longford, an Insolvent Debtor ... SdeM
WMT J1829618NPMROBINSONGeorgeMrJune 9, in St. Paul's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Thomas Waggett, Captain Stephen Sayers Mowle, of the "Herald" steam-packet, to Miss Margaret Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. George Robinson, of Paul-street in said city. SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDROBINSONJMrOn the 22d ult., Mary Anne, relict of the late Mr. J. Robinson, Builder. SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSROBINSONJ (jun)EsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18281106NPSROBINSONJ (sen)EsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J1829305NPMROBINSONJ KRevOn the 21st inst., at Bray Church by the Rev. J.K. Robinson, Harriet, daughter to the late John Farran, of Sherington, in the County of Dublin, Esq., to John Harvey, Esq., Treasurer of the County of Wexford. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMROBINSONJ KRevOn Tuesday, the 25th inst., in the Church of St. Iberius, by the Rev. J.K. Robinson, the Rev. James Tobias, Wesleyan Methodist Minister, to Maryanne, eldest daughter of Mr. Moses Rowe, Wexford. SdeM
WMT J1824422NPDROBINSONJamesEsq ColAt his father's house, Banff, on the 3d instant, James Robinson, Esq., late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 91st Foot.SdeM
WMT J1829813NPSROBINSONJames LONGFORD ASSIZES. Abridged from the Longford Journal. ... Andrew Robinson who was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Robinson his wife, on the night of the 28th of February by drowning her in a river ... Doctor Allen deposed - Is a Surgeon ... practises medicine chiefly among the poor, gratuitously, was educated at Dublin and Edinburgh, did not take out his Degrees at either Colleges, but passed his Examination, and was sent to the Navy as a Surgeon ... Jane Wilson (a female about 16 or 17 years of age) sister of deceased ... saw her sister that day in her father's house ... her sister was about six years married, thinks she lived only four or five weeks with her husband ... they were married she heard by a Presbyterian Clergyman ... Jane Armstrong ... niece of the prisoner ... James Robinson, father of the prisoner ... Andrew Robinson, you have been found guilty of the dreadful crime of Murder ... EXECUTION OF ANDREW ROBINSON. On Thursday last at a quarter before one o'clock the extreme sentence of the law was carried into effect ... SdeM
WMT G1835618NPMROBINSONJane On the 9th ult., at Anne's Church, Dublin, Beauchamp Urquhart Colclough, fourth son of Major Colclough, late of Kildavin-House, County Carlow, to Jane, second daughter of the late Doctor Robinson, of Monaghan. SdeM
WMT J18281009NPSROBINSONJohnEsqSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
WMT J18281106NPSROBINSONJohnEsq J PLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
LC1768815NPMROBINSONJohnMr[Dublin] Mr John ROBINSON, to Miss Hannah WEBB, of Ormond-quayNickR
WMT J18251110NPMROBINSONJohnMrOn Sunday, 30th of October last by special licence, in St. Michan's Church by the Rev. Mr. Stevelly, Mr. John Robinson, of this City to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of James Finn, of King's-Inns, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPBROBINSONJohnMrOn the 11th instant, in Omagh, Mr. John Robinson, printer and bookseller. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPMROBINSONJohnMrOn the 5th instant, Mr. John Robinson, of the Ballymoney Constabulary, to Miss Gibson, of May-street, Belfast. SdeM
WMT J18281009NPSROBINSONJohn REsqSee Molyneux William SHOULDHAMSdeM
WMT J1829618NPMROBINSONMargaret AnneMissJune 9, in St. Paul's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Thomas Waggett, Captain Stephen Sayers Mowle, of the "Herald" steam-packet, to Miss Margaret Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. George Robinson, of Paul-street in said city. SdeM
WMT J1829813NPSROBINSONMary (nee WILSON) LONGFORD ASSIZES. Abridged from the Longford Journal. ... Andrew Robinson who was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary Robinson his wife, on the night of the 28th of February by drowning her in a river ... Doctor Allen deposed - Is a Surgeon ... practises medicine chiefly among the poor, gratuitously, was educated at Dublin and Edinburgh, did not take out his Degrees at either Colleges, but passed his Examination, and was sent to the Navy as a Surgeon ... Jane Wilson (a female about 16 or 17 years of age) sister of deceased ... saw her sister that day in her father's house ... her sister was about six years married, thinks she lived only four or five weeks with her husband ... they were married she heard by a Presbyterian Clergyman ... Jane Armstrong ... niece of the prisoner ... James Robinson, father of the prisoner ... Andrew Robinson, you have been found guilty of the dreadful crime of Murder ... EXECUTION OF ANDREW ROBINSON. On Thursday last at a quarter before one o'clock the extreme sentence of the law was carried into effect ... SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDROBINSONMary AnneMrsOn the 22d ult., Mary Anne, relict of the late Mr. J. Robinson, Builder. SdeM
FJ1843717NPMROBINSONMary Cullimore At Adare, co Limerick, John frederick LEE Esq of O???, only son of Lt LEE late of the 47th Regt to Mary Cullimore, daughter of the late W ROBINSON Esq of WaterfordNickR
WMT J18251027NPMROBINSONRichardEsqOn Saturday, the 8th inst. Richard Ponsonby Webb, of Wardenstown, in this County, Esq. to Dorothea, only daughter of Richard Robinson, of Garryhinch, in the King's County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251103NPMROBINSONRobertEsqOn the 25th inst. Robert Robinson of Bloomfield, in the Queen's County, Esq. to Ellen, widow of the late Captain Porter of his Majesty's Navy. SdeM
WMT J18241028NPDROBINSONRobinaMissAt Geneva, Miss Robina Robinson, niece of the late Col. Robert Write of the Royal Artillery.SdeM
WMT J18241014NPSROBINSONSamuelMrATROCIOUS AND INHUMAN MURDER.
It becomes our painful duty to relate one of the most heartless, cold-blooded murders that ever disgraced the annals of this or any other country. On Sunday morning last, the body of Mr. Samuel Robinson, late of Ballinagore, in this County, was found ...
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LHMA17891026NPMROBINSONSandwichMr[Dublin] Mr. Sandwich ROBINSON, to Miss. Deb. CAUFIELD, both of the people called Quakers.NickR
WMT J1828103NPDROBINSONThomasRevOn Monday last, the 31st ult. at Annville, in this County, at an advanced age, Mrs. Robinson, sen., wife of the Rev. Thomas Robinson, Rector of this Parish. SdeM
WMT J1828313NPDROBINSONThomasRevAt Annville, in this County, the residence of his son, on the 7th inst. in the 79th year of his age, after a few days illness, the Rev. Thomas Robinson ... SdeM
FJ1843717NPMROBINSONWEsqAt Adare, co Limerick, John frederick LEE Esq of O???, only son of Lt LEE late of the 47th Regt to Mary Cullimore, daughter of the late W ROBINSON Esq of WaterfordNickR
WMT J1828424NPMROBINSONWMrIn Clones Church, on the 10th inst., Mr. W. Robinson, of Derry, to Martha, only daughter of the late Mr. Jas. M'Bean, of Cavan. SdeM
WMT J1830701NPDROBINSONWilliamEsqAt Anneville, in this County, Anne, Lady of William Robinson, Esq., beloved in every relation of life, she has left a numerous family to regret her irreparable loss. SdeM
WMT J1831630NPMROBINSONWilliam At St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, Francis Usher, Esq., of Guilford, County Westmeath, to Maria, second daughter of William Robinson, Esq., of Anne Ville, County Westmeath. SdeM
WMT G1835618NPMROBINSON DrOn the 9th ult., at Anne's Church, Dublin, Beauchamp Urquhart Colclough, fourth son of Major Colclough, late of Kildavin-House, County Carlow, to Jane, second daughter of the late Doctor Robinson, of Monaghan. SdeM
LC1768915NPSROBINSON JudgeAt an Assizes held at Carrickfergus in the County of Antrim in August last, a remarkable trial come on before Hon. Judge ROBINSON, and a Jury of that County, for kidnapping John ROACH, a minor, son of Dominick ROACH of the town of Drougheda, dealer, when after a trial of four hours, A. O, of the town of Belfast in said county, merchant, owner, or reputed owner, of the vessel or ship called the Prince George of Belfast aforesaid, was found guilty of se_cing, inveighling and kidnapping said Roach on board said Vessel, and causing him to be sold as a slave in Amreica; but as the Indictment was only laid for a Trespass, and not a Felony, said O. was ordered to be three months confined, and fined 100 marks, tho' it was the Sense of the Court he deserved Death.
  This it is hoped, will deter Gentlemen from carrying out such a wicked, unchristian trade, as kidnapping young children from their parents, and selling them in remote parts of the world for their own private gain.
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WMT J1831630NPMROBINSON MariaAt St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, Francis Usher, Esq., of Guilford, County Westmeath, to Maria, second daughter of William Robinson, Esq., of Anne Ville, County Westmeath. SdeM
FJ1764114-16NPMROBINSON WidowAt Kilkenny Samuel MATTHEWS Esq to the Widow ROBINSONNickR
FJ17641226-29NPMROBINSON WidowAt Bridgetown Co Limerick, Richard WRIGHT Esq collector of the Port of Baltimore to the Widow ROBINSONNickR
Pue'sO17541015NPN/SROBINSON`ChristopherEsqLast week Mr William CHAMBERLAIN attorney of the Court of Exchequer was appointed on the the six attornies of the Court of St Sepulkhre in the room of Mr CARPENTER deceased, and sworn accordingly by Christopher ROBINSON Esq Judge of said courtNickR
FJ1860921NPDROBNETRichardEsqIn 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
LS1840504NPMROBNETTRichardEsqHenry AGAR Esq of Kerry, 90th Regt of Infantry, Island of Ceylon, to Miss Fanny CHAMBERLAIN late of Paris and of Kilarney, niece of the late Richad ROBNETT Esq, co CorkNickR
WMT J18271206NPMROBSONAnnMrsAt Acklam, Yorkshire (after a short courtship of one month), Mr. Roger Tinsley, of that place, aged 80, to Mrs. Ann Robson, widow of the late Mr. Robson, aged 84. The youthful couple, on leaving the church, received the hearty salutation of the villagers, and the bells rang merrily on the occasion. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPDROBSONJacobRevOn the 1st instant, at Tyldesley, deeply lamented, Thomasine Pennington, wife of the Rev. Jacob Robson, B.D., aged 28. She had only just returned from her marriage excursion of three weeks, and was cut off after a few days' illness. SdeM
WMT J18271206NPMROBSONMr At Acklam, Yorkshire (after a short courtship of one month), Mr. Roger Tinsley, of that place, aged 80, to Mrs. Ann Robson, widow of the late Mr. Robson, aged 84. The youthful couple, on leaving the church, received the hearty salutation of the villagers, and the bells rang merrily on the occasion. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPDROBSONThomasine PenningtonMrsOn the 1st instant, at Tyldesley, deeply lamented, Thomasine Pennington, wife of the Rev. Jacob Robson, B.D., aged 28. She had only just returned from her marriage excursion of three weeks, and was cut off after a few days' illness. SdeM
FJ1842107NPMROCHGeorgeEsqOn the 1st inst, at Kinsalebeg, Capt Henry SHEPPARD of the 10 Madras Native Infantry, to Melian second daughter of George ROCH Esq of Woodbine Hill, WaterfordNickR
FJ1842107NPMROCHMelian On the 1st inst, at Kinsalebeg, Capt Henry SHEPPARD of the 10 Madras Native Infantry, to Melian second daughter of George ROCH Esq of Woodbine Hill, WaterfordNickR
LC1826726NPSROCHEAnn Tralee Assizes
Child Murder
Ann ROCHE, an old woman, of very advanced age, was indicted for the murder of Michael LEAHY, a young child by drowning him in the Fleak. This case, which at ... assumed a very serious aspect, from the meaning imported to words spoken by the prisoner, "that the sin of the child's death was on the grand-mother, and not on the prisoner, and not on the prisoner," turned out to be a homicide committed under the delusion of the grossest superstition. The child, the four year old, could neither stand, walk, or speak—was thought to be Fairy struck—and the grand-mother ordered the prisoner and one of the witnesses, Mary CLIFFORD, to bathe the child every morning, in that pool of the river Fleak, where the boundaries of three farms met; they had so bathed it for three mornings, and on the last morning the prisoner kept the child longer under the water than usual, when her companion (the witness, Mary CLIFFORD) said to the prisoner, "how can you hope to see God after this," to which the prisoner replied "that the sin was on the grand-mother and not on her." Upon cross examination, the witness said it was not done with the intent to kill the child, but to cure it—to get the Fairy out of it
  The Policeman, who apprehended her, on charging her with drowning the child, she said it was no matter as it had died four years ago.
  Baron PENNEFATHER said, though it was a case of suspicion, and required to be thoroughly examined into, yet the Jury would not be safe in convicting the prisoner of murder, however strong the suspicion might be.
  Verdict—Not Guilty
  In this case, Counsel for the Crown prosecuted.
  The prisoner was defended by Messrs. O'CONNELL and H. WALSHE.
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LC1827321NPSROCHEArthur see Jack THRUSTOUTNickR
LGA1816419NPN/SROCHEDavidEsqIn compliance with a requsition from Edward CROKER Edw VILLIERS Richard LLOYD David ROCHE John GREEN & John MASSY Esqrs the High Sheriff has requested a meeting of freeholders of co Limk on Mon 22 inst for the purpose of petitioning parlt ... of tythesNickR
LC1823308NPAROCHEDavidEsqTo be let,
from the 25th March next,
for one year,
the lands of
Milltown,
Containing Seventy-Thre acres or thereabouts, within one mile of Bruff,
And is part of the Estate of Edward Bouchier HARTOPP, Esq. a Minor,
And lately Tenanted by the represeantatives of Anthony PARKER, Esq.
Proposals in writing addressed Bouchier Palk WREY, Esq. Tardstock-Court, Barnstable, Devonshire; the Rev. William Evans HARTOPP, Thurnly, Leicester; of David ROCHE, Esq. Carass, Limerick.
March 1, 1823.
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LC1826617NPAROCHEDavidEsqEquity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
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LC1826215NPDROCHEDavidMrsSunday at Camass, in this County, Mrs ROCHE, w... of David ROCJHE, sen. Esq.; a lady whose death is a source of great affliction to her family and friends. NickR
FJ18241022NPDROCHEFrancisEsqOn Sunday last, Melian, eldest daughter of the late Francis ROCHE Esq of Rochemont, co CorkNickR
LC1825713NPMROCHEFrancisEsqOn Saturday, by special licence, at Trabolgan-house, Cork, by the Lord Bishop of Cloyne, Lieutenant-Colonel THACKWELL, 15th Husars, to Maria Audriah, daughter of the late Francis ROCHE, of Rochemount, Co. Cork, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1832210NPDROCHEHonora (nee RYAN)MrsAt Rathcannon, county Limerick, Mrs. Laurence ROCHE, aged 88 years, whose long life was devoted to the discharge of every moral and religious duty, and whose death will be deplored by the poor of her neighbourhood, to whom she was a kind benefactress. [died 5 Feb 1832 MI Ardkilmartin]NickR
LGA18201031NPSROCHEJamesMrSale of James ROCHE's LibraryNickR
LGA18051003NPAROCHEJohn Two hundred and thirty-nine guineas reward!!!
Wheras, on Monday Night the 30th of September last, the house, now building in George's Street, by Robert FERGUSON, John, merchant, was forcibly entered and ... [damaged] ... John ROCHE Architech...[sums]
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LEP-CS1833226NPMROCHELaurenceEsqOn Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. James WALSH, P. P. of Ballinvane, Bridget, daughter of John CLEARY, Esq., to Laurence ROCHE, jun. Esq., eldest son of Laurence ROCHE, Esq. of Trenloin, near Kilmallock. [see memorial inscription at Ardkilmartin]NickR
LEP-CS1832210NPDROCHELaurence At Rathcannon, county Limerick, Mrs. Laurence ROCHE, aged 88 years, whose long life was devoted to the discharge of every moral and religious duty, and whose death will be deplored by the poor of her neighbourhood, to whom she was a kind benefactress.NickR
LEP-CS1833226NPMROCHELaurence jun.EsqOn Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. James WALSH, P. P. of Ballinvane, Bridget, daughter of John CLEARY, Esq., to Laurence ROCHE, jun. Esq., eldest son of Laurence ROCHE, Esq. of Trenloin, near Kilmallock. [see memorial inscription at Ardkilmartin]NickR
LC1825713NPMROCHEMaria Audriah On Saturday, by special licence, at Trabolgan-house, Cork, by the Lord Bishop of Cloyne, Lieutenant-Colonel THACKWELL, 15th Husars, to Maria Audriah, daughter of the late Francis ROCHE, of Rochemount, Co. Cork, EsqNickR
FJ18241022NPDROCHEMelian On Sunday last, Melian, eldest daughter of the late Francis ROCHE Esq of Rochemont, co CorkNickR
LGA1818508NPAROCHEMichaelMr
To be let
Together or in two divisions,
From the 25th of March last,
For such Terms as may be agreed upon, that part of the lands of
Brisheen [Breesheen],
Near Kilmallock, containing between Eighty and ninety acres, as lately held by
Mr. Michael ROCHE.
  Proposal addressed to Lord Viscount Gort, will be received by Mr. MORRIS, at Limerick or Gort
April 10, 1818
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LGA1817225NPSROCHEPatrick Committed
By the Rev James ELLARD, to the county jail, Morty KELLY, for cow stealing—By said Magistrate, Robert HOLMES and John KEARY, for attacking and robbing the house of Pat ROCHE, of Kilmallock.
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LC1785912NPMROCHEPhilip JohnEsqLast Saturday, Mr. John MEADE, Thomas, Linen-Draper, to Miss ROCHE, niece to Philip ROCHE, John, Esq; a very amiable and acomplished young lady, with a large fortune.NickR
LC1769918NPSROCHEStephen JohnMrA Cargo of fin Wheat is now landed at the Quay, to Mr Stephen ROCHE John, the Public may be accommodated with any quantity as 16d. per Stone at the Ships side.NickR
LC1824724NPSROCHEWilliamEsqAt the Court of Petty Sessions, this day — present, the Mayor, Sir C. MARRETT, and William ROCHE, Esq. The only case that appeared for investigation was that of a man named John MEAGHER, who was found at an unseasonable hour, last night, in the Convent of St. Clare.— This unfortunate creature was examined by the bench, and voluntarily made the followning statement:— That he was a blacksmith by trade; admitted scaling the Nunnery wall, and that his sole object in getting into the premises was the hope of being transported; that he was excommunicated about 15 months ago (for stealing a silver chalice out of the Convent Chapel,) since which period he has been refused employment everywhere he applied; is reduced to the most extreme distress; has not been suffered to enter any house; lives by begging a few potatoes and is obliged to roast them in a lime-kiln; no one, not even his brother, would know him or hold community with him; is almost in a state of nakedness and actually starving from want and misery; transportation would be a relief for him.
  This singular and lamentable detail made a considerable impression on the Court: the unfortunate wretch was truly an object of pity. The porter of the Nunnery, William O'MEALY, then swore informations against him, and he was committed to stand trial at the ensuing assizes.
  The Mayor observed, that if the prosecution failed, he might be indicted as a vagrant, and thus his wished would be accomplished.
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WMT G1835226NPBROCHEWilliamEsqIn Lower Mount-street, Dublin, the lady of William Roche, Esq., of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPBROCHEWilliam (jun)EsqOn the 5th inst., in Lower Mount-street, Dublin, the lady of William Roche, jun., Esq., of a daughter, who only survived a few moments. SdeM
LC1785912NPMROCHE MissLast Saturday, Mr. John MEADE, Thomas, Linen-Draper, to Miss ROCHE, niece to Philip ROCHE, John, Esq; a very amiable and acomplished young lady, with a large fortune.NickR
LC1796213NPMROCHE widowOn the 6th instant was married by The Rev. Mr. BUCKLEY, P. P. At Bruff, Richard SMITH, aged 89 years, to the Widow ROCHE, aged 64, being his fifth wife, the joint property of the parties is, on their demise, to be equally divided between their issue.NickR
WMT J1825113NPDROCHFORD(nee O'LOUGHLEN) Near Newgrove, county Clare, aged 94, Mrs. Rochford, sister of the late Rev. Dean O'Loughlen, P.P. of Tulla. SdeM
LGA182082NPSROCHFORDBernard On Friday last, Bernard ROCHFORD and Patrick EAGAN, the former an attorney and the latter a half-pay Officer of a Dragoon Regiment, passed through here, on their way to Cork, to be transported to Botany Bay, being convicted at the Assizes of Galway, as leaders of a party of ribbonmen in that county. ROCKFORD, Bernard; Prince Regent II (1); 1821; 1820; Galway Co; Life born 1761at Loughrea Galway Co; died 1839 at Sydney Irish Convicts]NickR
WMT J1827215NPMROCHFORTAnna Maria In Dublin, on Wednesday last the 7th instant, Daniel Ruttle, of Rathkeale, Esq., to Anna Maria, second daughter of John Rochfort, of Sidebrook, in this County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1833221NPMROCHFORTCharlesEsqOn the 14th inst., by special license, at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. Mead Dennis, Charles Rochfort, Esq., son of the late Gustavus Rochfort, Esq., for many years Representative of the County Westmeath, to Hannah Tynt, eldest daughter of Col. Pratt, of Cabra Castle, co. Cavan ... SdeM
WMT J1833221NPMROCHFORTGustavusEsqOn the 14th inst., by special license, at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. Mead Dennis, Charles Rochfort, Esq., son of the late Gustavus Rochfort, Esq., for many years Representative of the County Westmeath, to Hannah Tynt, eldest daughter of Col. Pratt, of Cabra Castle, co. Cavan ... SdeM
WMT J18261005NPMROCHFORTGustavusLt-ColAt Dawlish, Devon, Edmond Wakefield Meade, Esq. late of H.M. Ceylon Civil Service, to Harriot Bloomfield, daughter of Lieutenant Col. Gustavus Rochfort, M.P., for this County. SdeM
WMT J1824205NPSROCHFORTGustavus HumeEsq MPGUSTAVUS ROCHFORT, ESQ., M.P. Died, on Friday night last, the 30th ultimo, at his seat at Rochfort, at an advanced age, Gustavus Hume Rochfort, Esq., M.P. for this County. ... His remains were on Monday morning conveyed to Moylisker, accompanied by a numerous and highly respectable assemblage, and deposited in the family vault there.SdeM
WMT J18261005NPMROCHFORTHarriot Bloomfield At Dawlish, Devon, Edmond Wakefield Meade, Esq. late of H.M. Ceylon Civil Service, to Harriot Bloomfield, daughter of Lieutenant Col. Gustavus Rochfort, M.P., for this County. SdeM
WMT J18271101NPMROCHFORTHenryRevOn the 15th instant, at Whippingham Church, Isle of Wight, by the Rev. James Galloway, the Rev. Henry Rochfort, Rector of Newtown, in this County, to Sarah Deborah, daughter of the late Robert Rochfort, Esq. and Niece of William Lambeth, of Elm Cottage, East Cowes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1833411NPDROCHFORTHenryRevOn the 6th instant at Vastina Glebe, Lambert Gustavus, infant son of the Rev. Henry Rochfort. SdeM
FJ17671006-10NPMROCHFORTJohnEsqThomas MAUNSELL of the Co Limerick to Miss ROCHFORT daughter of John ROCHFORT of Clagrannan in the ??Co Carlow EsqNickR
WMT J1827215NPMROCHFORTJohnEsqIn Dublin, on Wednesday last the 7th instant, Daniel Ruttle, of Rathkeale, Esq., to Anna Maria, second daughter of John Rochfort, of Sidebrook, in this County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18281225NPDROCHFORTJohnEsqOn the 19th inst. at Sidebrook, in this County, aged 78 years, John Rochfort, Esq., most sincerely and deservedly regretted. SdeM
WMT J1833411NPDROCHFORTLambert Gustavus On the 6th instant at Vastina Glebe, Lambert Gustavus, infant son of the Rev. Henry Rochfort. SdeM
WMT J18291105NPMROCHFORTMaynard Anna On the 26th ult. at Dawlish, the Rev. William S. Blencowe, A.M., late of Oriel College, Oxford, to Maynard Anna, daughter of Colonel Rochfort, of Rochfort, one of the Representatives in Parliament for this County. SdeM
WMT J1828320NPDROCHFORTRobertEarl of BelvedereLately at Florence, at a very advanced age, the Right Hon. Jane Isabella Countess of Lanesborough. By her demise the estate of Belvedere, in the county of Westmeath (which she inherited by the will of her father, the Earl of Belvedere Robert Rochfort) devolves upon the grandson the Earl of Lanesborough, and is entailed by the same document upon her daughter, Lady Mary Ponsonby & her sons, Lady Catherine Marlay, Col. Marley [sic] &c. Her other grandson, Mr. Butler Danvers, is heir presumptive to the Earl. SdeM
WMT J18271101NPMROCHFORTRobertEsqOn the 15th instant, at Whippingham Church, Isle of Wight, by the Rev. James Galloway, the Rev. Henry Rochfort, Rector of Newtown, in this County, to Sarah Deborah, daughter of the late Robert Rochfort, Esq. and Niece of William Lambeth, of Elm Cottage, East Cowes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18271101NPMROCHFORTSarah Deborah On the 15th instant, at Whippingham Church, Isle of Wight, by the Rev. James Galloway, the Rev. Henry Rochfort, Rector of Newtown, in this County, to Sarah Deborah, daughter of the late Robert Rochfort, Esq. and Niece of William Lambeth, of Elm Cottage, East Cowes, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829521NPBROCHFORT ColMay 13, at Newbridge House, Dawlish, the residence of her father, Colonel Rochfort, M.P., the Lady of Edmund Wakefield Mead, Esq., of a son and heir. SdeM
WMT J18291105NPMROCHFORT ColOn the 26th ult. at Dawlish, the Rev. William S. Blencowe, A.M., late of Oriel College, Oxford, to Maynard Anna, daughter of Colonel Rochfort, of Rochfort, one of the Representatives in Parliament for this County. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPSROCHFORT Earl of BelvedereMARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.- On Easter Monday, at All Soul's Church, Laugham-Place, Lieutenant Colonel Marlay, C.B., only son of Mr. and Lady Catherine Marlay, grandson of the late Earl of Lanesborough, and nephew of the Earl of Belvedere Rochfort, to Miss Tisdall, only daughter of the Countess of Charleville, and the late James Tisdall, Esq. ... SdeM
FJ17671006-10NPMROCHFORT MissThomas MAUNSELL of the Co Limerick to Miss ROCHFORT daughter of John ROCHFORT of Clagrannan in the ??Co Carlow EsqNickR
LC1827425NPSROCKJohnEsqHis Majesty's Letters Patent have passed the Great Seal of Ireland, appointing James ROCK, Esq. to the Office and Place of Dublin Herald at Arms, in the room of Thomas Meredyth WINSTANLEY, Esq. deceasedNickR
WMT J18251229NPDRODENWilliamMrIn Waterford on Saturday last, of inflammation of the lungs, Mr. Wm. Roden, late of Salisbury, Aurist - a man eminently successful in restoring the faculty of hearing. SdeM
FJ1835307NPMROEAlbertina Susanna On the 5th inst at St Andrews Church, Coote CARROLL Esq [second son of Alexander CARROLL Esq of Wicklow] to Albertina Susanna only daughter of the Rev Richard ROE of Rathmines, co DublinNickR
LC1835307NPMROEAlbertina Susanna By special licence, Coote CARROLL Esq second son of Alexander CARROLL Esq of Wicklow to Albertina Susanna only daughter of the Rev Richard ROE of Rathmines, co DublinNickR
WMT G1835312NPMROEAlbertina Susanna On the 5th instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, by special licence, Coote Carroll, Esq., second son of Alexander Carroll, Esq., County Wicklow, to Albertina Susanna, only daughter of the Reverend Richard Roe, of Rathmines, County Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18261102NPDROEElizaMrsOn Sunday, the 15th instant, at Old Orchard, near Rathfarnham, in the County of Dublin, Eliza, wife of John Roe, of North Frederick-street, in the City of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDROEEmily On the 15th instant, near Boyle, after two days' illness, in her 21st year, Emily, daughter of Major Roe. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMROEGrace Henrietta On the 13th instant, in Monkstown Church, co. Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Ardagh, Charles, son of R. Miller, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Grace Henrietta, daughter of J. Roe, of Monkstown, County Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMROEJEsqOn the 13th instant, in Monkstown Church, co. Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Ardagh, Charles, son of R. Miller, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Grace Henrietta, daughter of J. Roe, of Monkstown, County Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPMROEJamesEsqJames Roe, Esq. of Borris-in-Ossory, M.D. to Miss Mary Hadley, of Castletown. SdeM
WMT J18261102NPDROEJohnEsqOn Sunday, the 15th instant, at Old Orchard, near Rathfarnham, in the County of Dublin, Eliza, wife of John Roe, of North Frederick-street, in the City of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18291013NPSROEJohn City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
WMT J1824610NPMROEMary On the 28th ultimo, at Aughavoe, in the Queen's County, by the Rev. M. Garistin, R. White of Scotchrath, in the Queen's County, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of P. Roe, of Kiledslling, in said County, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824610NPMROEPEsqOn the 28th ultimo, at Aughavoe, in the Queen's County, by the Rev. M. Garistin, R. White of Scotchrath, in the Queen's County, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of P. Roe, of Kiledslling, in said County, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPDROEPeterEsqOn the 31st instant, at her mother's residence, Hatch-street, Dublin, Jane, youngest daughter of the late James Burne, Esq., and grand-daughter of the late Peter Roe, Esq., of Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin. SdeM
FJ1835307NPMROERichardEsqOn the 5th inst at St Andrews Church, Coote CARROLL Esq [second son of Alexander CARROLL Esq of Wicklow] to Albertina Susanna only daughter of the Rev Richard ROE of Rathmines, co DublinNickR
LC1835307NPMROERichardEsqBy special licence, Coote CARROLL Esq second son of Alexander CARROLL Esq of Wicklow to Albertina Susanna only daughter of the Rev Richard ROE of Rathmines, co DublinNickR
WMT G1835312NPMROERichardRevOn the 5th instant, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Nevin, by special licence, Coote Carroll, Esq., second son of Alexander Carroll, Esq., County Wicklow, to Albertina Susanna, only daughter of the Reverend Richard Roe, of Rathmines, County Dublin. SdeM
LGA18161001NPMROERobertEsqBy the Rev Harry Meggs GRAVES, at Temoplemore Church, Robt. ROE, Esq, of Killedelig, Queens Co, to Anne, daughter of Theos. BENNETT, Esq. of Old Town, Co. TipperaryNickR
WMT J1824101NPDROEThomas M'DermottEsqAt his seat of Alderford, County Roscommon, Thomas M'Dermott Roe, Esq., aged 79 years.SdeM
WMT J18241111NPMROEWilliamEsqOn the 2d instant, in St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. John Fea, Margaret, eldest daughter of John Warren, Esq., Ballyavil, King's County, to William Roe, Esq., of Lismore House, Queen's County.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDROE MajOn the 15th instant, near Boyle, after two days' illness, in her 21st year, Emily, daughter of Major Roe. SdeM
LC1827704NPSROE MrMurder of Robert CHADWICKNickR
WMT J1823619NPMROGANG.HSurgeon RNAt Strabane, G.H. Rogan, Surgeon, R.N. to Frances Anne, eldest daughter of Sir J.J. Burgoyne.SdeM
LEP-CS1830115NPMROGANRichard REsqIn Donnybrook church, Richard R ROGAN Esq garndson of the Rev Dr HINGSTON Vicar Genral of the Dioces of Cloyne to Susan the second daughter of Thomas CHRISTIAN Esq of Charlotte Street DublinNickR
FJ1854525NPDROGERSEdwardMajMay 7, in the parish of St Nicholas, Cork Frances Anne ROGERS, daughter of Maj Edward ROGERS, 3rd Regt (Bailiff and late barrackmaster, Ordinance Ireland, granddaughter of the late Rev Samuel BEAMISH, Provost of Bandon, and of Mount Beamish, co of Cork, neice, maretnally, of the lady of Maj-Gen N HAMILTON, KH), niece, paternally, of the late Col Henry ROGERS, Royal Artillery, late chief storekeeper and Barrackmaster-General Ireland (Ordnance); of the late Mrs D, the lady of the late Joseph DENNIS, Esq, barrister-at-law, Cork (brother of Maj-Gen Sir James DENNIS) and of the late Rev W STAWEL, CorkNickR
FJ18441130NPMROGERSEllen On the 19th inst, in the church of Crossmollina, Mr Jeremiah WILSON, aged 65 years to Ellen only daughter of Mr James ROGERS, aged 13. This young child rejected, we learn, the attentions of four young men whose united ages did not exceed that of the bridegroom — Mayo TelegraphNickR
FJ1854525NPDROGERSFrances Anne May 7, in the parish of St Nicholas, Cork Frances Anne ROGERS, daughter of Maj Edward ROGERS, 3rd Regt (Bailiff and late barrackmaster, Ordinance Ireland, granddaughter of the late Rev Samuel BEAMISH, Provost of Bandon, and of Mount Beamish, co of Cork, neice, maretnally, of the lady of Maj-Gen N HAMILTON, KH), niece, paternally, of the late Col Henry ROGERS, Royal Artillery, late chief storekeeper and Barrackmaster-General Ireland (Ordnance); of the late Mrs D, the lady of the late Joseph DENNIS, Esq, barrister-at-law, Cork (brother of Maj-Gen Sir James DENNIS) and of the late Rev W STAWEL, CorkNickR
FJ1850319NPMROGERSGeorgeEsqMarch 12, in St Mary's church, George ROGERS Esq to Jane Mary relict of John BRADSHAW Esq of Ballyforeen co Limerick and daughter of the late Rev H I INGRAM rector of Kilmurray in the diocese of LimerickNickR
FJ1854525NPDROGERSHenryColMay 7, in the parish of St Nicholas, Cork Frances Anne ROGERS, daughter of Maj Edward ROGERS, 3rd Regt (Bailiff and late barrackmaster, Ordinance Ireland, granddaughter of the late Rev Samuel BEAMISH, Provost of Bandon, and of Mount Beamish, co of Cork, neice, maretnally, of the lady of Maj-Gen N HAMILTON, KH), niece, paternally, of the late Col Henry ROGERS, Royal Artillery, late chief storekeeper and Barrackmaster-General Ireland (Ordnance); of the late Mrs D, the lady of the late Joseph DENNIS, Esq, barrister-at-law, Cork (brother of Maj-Gen Sir James DENNIS) and of the late Rev W STAWEL, CorkNickR
FJ18441231NPMROGERSHenryRevOn the 24th of December, at Glanmire church, Richard Henry ROGERS Esq eldest son of the late Rev Henry ROGERS to Anne second daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOTT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
FJ18441130NPMROGERSJamesMrOn the 19th inst, in the church of Crossmollina, Mr Jeremiah WILSON, aged 65 years to Ellen only daughter of Mr James ROGERS, aged 13. This young child rejected, we learn, the attentions of four young men whose united ages did not exceed that of the bridegroom — Mayo TelegraphNickR
WMT J1827111NPDROGERSJohn Lynn In the country, on Tuesday the 2d instant, John Lynn Rogers, aged 31, eldest son of Thos. Rogers, of Buckingham st., Esq. SdeM
FJ18441011NPMROGERSJoseph HenryEsqOn the 3d inst, at Buttervant, Joseph Henry ROGERS Esq sub-inspector of constabulary to Susanna Drew daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
LGA1820411NPSROGERSMichaelMrMr. Micahel ROGERS, a publican, who lived in Henry-street Dublin, drowned himself a few days since, in the Royal Canal. The following note, addressed to a friend in Capel-street, pointed out the spot where he was found:—
"My dear Friend—As I have no person to entrust the care of my son to but you, I hope you will excuse the way I am disposing of myself.
"You will find me in the Canal, opposite the basin, at the Broadstone, take me home and have me laid out in the parlour, and bury me privately in Drumcondra."
NickR
FJ18441231NPMROGERSRichard HenryEsqOn the 24th of December, at Glanmire church, Richard Henry ROGERS Esq eldest son of the late Rev Henry ROGERS to Anne second daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOTT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
WMT J1827111NPDROGERSThomasEsqIn the country, on Tuesday the 2d instant, John Lynn Rogers, aged 31, eldest son of Thos. Rogers, of Buckingham st., Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823925NPMROGERSWilliamEsqAt Monkstown Church, William Rogers, of Tallyho, in the County Galway, Esq., to Martha, youngest daughter of Joseph Lobdell, late of Loughrea, in the same County, Esq., deceased.SdeM
WMT J1826525NPDROGERSWilliam FEsqIn Peter-street on Tuesday last, after a few hours illness, Mrs. Rogers, wife of Wm. F. Rogers, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPDROGERS MrsIn Peter-street on Tuesday last, after a few hours illness, Mrs. Rogers, wife of Wm. F. Rogers, Esq. SdeM
Pue'sO17411226NPMROGERSONHannahMissLast Tuesday Arthur JEPHSON Esq eldest son of Col JEPHSON of Mallow in the co of Cork was married to Miss Hannah ROGERSON daughter of the late Lord Chief Justice ROGERSON ... with whom he got near £10,000 fortuneNickR
Pue'sO17411226NPMROGERSON Rt Hon JusticeLast Tuesday Arthur JEPHSON Esq eldest son of Col JEPHSON of Mallow in the co of Cork was married to Miss Hannah ROGERSON daughter of the late Lord Chief Justice ROGERSON ... with whom he got near £10,000 fortuneNickR
WMT J18271206NPDROLAND Dr R NAt Croom, County Limerick, Doctor Roland, Royal Navy, Physician to the Dispensary in that town, and Assistant Surgeon of his Majesty's ship Hecla. SdeM
BNL1796328-01NPSROLISTON MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
WMT J1831127NPMROLLESTONARevAt Moate, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. A. Rolleston, James, eldest son of John Allen, Esq., of Richardstown, county Longford, to Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Philip Marsh, Esq., of Moyalley, County Westmeath. Another entry: At Moate, by the Rev. Arthur Roaldson, James, eldest son of John Allen, Esq., of Richardstown, County Longford, to Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Philip Marsh, Esq., of Moyalley, County Westmeath. SdeM
LEP-CS1831621NPBROLLESTONGeorgina Elizabeth nee BLAND At Frankfort Castle, King's co, the lady of James Frank ROLLESTON Esq High Sheriff of the King's co, of a daughterNickR
LEP-CS1828603NPMROLLESTONJames FEsqIn St Ann's Church Dublin by the Rev R W BLAND, MA incunbent of St Gerogre's Belfast, James F ROLLESTON of Trankfort Castle, Kings County Esq to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND of Blandsfort Queens CoNickR
WMT J1828612NPMROLLESTONJames FranckEsqOn the 29th inst. in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. R.W. Bland, M.A., Incumbent of St. George's, Belfast, James Franck Rolleston, of Frankfort Cottage, King's County, Esq. to Georgiana Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John Bland of Blandersfort, Queen's County, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1831621NPBROLLESTONJames FrankEsqAt Frankfort Castle, King's co, the lady of James Frank ROLLESTON Esq High Sheriff of the King's co, of a daughterNickR
FJ1828530NPMROLLESTONJames Frank On the 29th inst, in St Anne's church, by the Rev R W BLAND MA, incumbent of St George's Belfast, James Frank ROLLESTON, of Frankfort, Kings Co, to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of Blandfort, Queens county, EsqNickR
WMT J1830429NPDROLLESTONJosephEsq KC LLDApril 14, Joseph Rolleston, of the city of Dublin, Esq., K.C. and L.L.D., a Lawyer of eminence, and the father of the North West Bar, by every member of which he was highly regarded and respected ... SdeM
WMT J18311222NPSROLLINS MrSTATE OF THE COUNTRY. ... COUNTY OF LONGFORD. On the night of Wednesday the 14th inst., a Frieze Mill the property of William Ledwith, of Ledwithstown, Esq., was maliciously fired, and burned to the ground - MR. LEDWITH IS A PROTESTANT. On the night of the 9th inst. a party of armed men attacked and forcibly entered the dwelling house of Mr. Rollins, of Lineen, Barony of Moydow, in search of arms, and finding none but the barrel of a gun they took it with them - MR. ROLLINS IS A PROTESTANT. SdeM
LGA1818120NPMRONAYNEDominickEsqAt Kilflyn, on the 11 instant, by the Rev James ELLARD, Dominick RONAYNE, Esq. of Harbourview, in the county Waterford, to Eliza Anne, daughter of the late Thomas COLLINS, Esq. of CharlevilleNickR
LGA1805815NPMRONAYNERobertMrLast Saturday morning, in Cork, Mr Robert RONAYNE, of College-Green, near Youghal, to Miss Catherine GRATRICKS, Brick-Kilns, near CorkNickR
LGA18101030NPMRONINSONWalterEsqOn Saturday, at Passage Church, Walter ROBINSON, Esq of London merchant, to Miss CHRISTIAN daughter of the late Capt CHRISTIAN of WaterfordNickR
FJ18531007NPMROOMEHenryMaj-GenOctober 4, in London, Anthony PERRIER Esq son of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, of Cork, to Mrs Charlotte HICKMAN, of Lotabeg, in that co, only daughter of Maj-Gen Henry ROOME of the Hon East India Company ServiceNickR
LGA1812211NPSROONANPatrick 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
WMT J1829122NPDROONEYJamesMrOn Sunday last, at Kinnegad, in this County, sincerely regretted, Mr. James Rooney, merchant. SdeM
FJ18071023NPSROONEYJohn Trials of Traversers before the RecorderNickR
FJ1831916NPMROPERCharlesEsqOn the same day [Tuesday last] at Bray Church, Charles ROPER Esq of Rathfarnham Castle to Eleanor Catherine, only daughter of the late Maj HORE of the 67th Regt and niece of W HORE Harperstown, co Wexford, EsqNickR
WMT J1826601NPMROPER Very Rev DeanOn the 24th inst. in St. Mary's Church, Dublin, by the Very Rev. Dean Roper, Henry Montford, Esq., eldest son of W. Bradish Montford, of Middleton, in the County Longford, Esq. to Selina Jane, second daughter of George Welsh, of Clones, County Monaghan, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18331217NPSRORKEEdwardMrAFFAIR OF HONOUR. We have received the following letter from James Auchmuty, Esq. ... Mr. Andrew Crawford and Mr. Edward Rorke ... James Auchmuty. Newpark, Rathowen, Jan. 9th, 1833. SdeM
LGA1813604NPMROSEAlexanderEsq Capt RNOn 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
FJ1860114NPMROSEAlexanderEsq, Capt RNJanuary 11, at Charleville, Jeremiah SHINE Esq of Ballymacreese, co Limerick, to Dorethea Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Alexander ROSE Esq Capt RNNickR

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

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