King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 87

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

Main families covered by my extracts include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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WMT J1824311NPSWALLACE  see Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
LC1834719NPMWALLANEGeorge PerrinEsqIn North Walse, George Perrin WALLACE of rochestown Ave, co Dublin, to Amelia Anne youngest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON RNNickR
FJ1821227NPMWALLCOTTAnny Hariett On 19th inst at Adare Church, county Limerick, George Tierney CROKER Esq son of the Rev Richard CROKER rector of Croom and adare to Anny Harriet daughter of john WALLCOTT Esq of the Polygon, Southampton and Croagh, county LimerickNickR
FJ1821227NPMWALLCOTTJohnEsqOn 19th inst at Adare Church, county Limerick, George Tierney CROKER Esq son of the Rev Richard CROKER rector of Croom and adare to Anny Harriet daughter of john WALLCOTT Esq of the Polygon, Southampton and Croagh, county LimerickNickR
WMT G1835129NPMWALLEAnne On the 15th instant, at Kilcornan Church, the Rev. John S. Monsell, eldest son of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Derry, to Anne, fourth daughter of Bolton Walle, Esq., of Shannon-grove. SdeM
WMT G1835129NPMWALLEBoltonEsqOn the 15th instant, at Kilcornan Church, the Rev. John S. Monsell, eldest son of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Derry, to Anne, fourth daughter of Bolton Walle, Esq., of Shannon-grove. SdeM
WMT J18331107NPDWALLENAlexander Oct. 27, at Drumboe Abbey, county of Donegal, Alexander Wallen, Esq., agent to Sir Edmund Hayes, Bart., M.P. SdeM
WMT J1829402NPMWALLENFrancis RobinsonEsqOn the 19th January last, in Trinity Church, in the Island of Trinidad, by the Rev. George Cummins, Francis Robinson Wallen, Esq. of that Colony, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the Honorable Charles G. Hobson, of the Island of Dominica. SdeM
WMT J1834410NPDWALLERBoltonEsqAt Shannon-grove, County Limerick, much regretted, Hardress, son of Bolton Waller, Esq. SdeM
FJ18441224NPMWALLEREdmundSir BtOn the 2? th inst, at Coolock church, Sir Edmund WALLER Bt of Knocknaree, co Tipperary, to Rebecca daughter of Arthur GUINNESS Esq of Beaumount, co DublinNickR
WMT J1829813NPMWALLEREdwardEsqIn Aughnacloy Church, on the 3d instant, by the Rev. Dr. Stopford, Archdeacon of Armagh, Edward Waller, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Mary, only daughter of Henry Crossle, of Avahoe-house, in the County of Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1834410NPDWALLERHardress At Shannon-grove, County Limerick, much regretted, Hardress, son of Bolton Waller, Esq. SdeM
LGA1815324NPAWALLERJohnEsqEstablishement of Agricultural SocietiesNickR
LGA1820606NPMWALLERRichardEsqsee Miss WALLERNickR
LGA1820606NPMWALLER MissThis morning, by the Rev. Mr. PENNEFATHER, at Castle Connell Church, Sir John Allen DE BOURGE, Bart. to Miss WALLER, daughter og Richard WALLER, of Castle Waller, co. Tipperary. Immediately after the ceremony, the horses were taken from the carriage, and the happy couple were drawn from the church to Mrs. WALLER's lodge in Castle Connell, and thence to Sir John's seat, Prospect, by thousands of persons, all emulous to prove their respect, esteem, and joy at the Baronet's happiness and that of his fair bride.NickR
LGA1820606NPMWALLER Mrssee Miss WALLERNickR
LGA1820428NPMWALLINGERJohn ArnoldEsqAt Gretta Green, John Arnold WALLINGER Esq to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late John Newenham DEVONSHIRE Esq of Kilscumick, co CorkNickR
LGA18141108NPMWALLISJohnEsqOn Thursday morning last, in Cork, Samuel ADAMS, of Kilbree, Esq, to Penelope, eldest daughter of the late John WALLIS, of Drishane Castle, co Cork EsqNickR
WMT J1825203NPMWALLISMary At Christ Church, Cork, John Edward Herrick of Bellmount, in that county, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Mary, third daughter of Thomas Wallis, Esq., late of Waterford. SdeM
LGA18141108NPMWALLISPenelopeEsqOn Thursday morning last, in Cork, Samuel ADAMS, of Kilbree, Esq, to Penelope, eldest daughter of the late John WALLIS, of Drishane Castle, co Cork EsqNickR
WMT J1828703NPMWALLISRebecca H. Sherlock, Esq., county Cork, to Rebecca, daughter of the late Dr. Wallis, of said county. SdeM
WMT J1825203NPMWALLISThomasEsqAt Christ Church, Cork, John Edward Herrick of Bellmount, in that county, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Mary, third daughter of Thomas Wallis, Esq., late of Waterford. SdeM
WMT J1828703NPMWALLIS DrH. Sherlock, Esq., county Cork, to Rebecca, daughter of the late Dr. Wallis, of said county. SdeM
LHMA17891026NPMWALLPLATEJosephMrMr. Joseph WALLPLATE, to the amiable and accomplished Miss. Henrietta BRIDGMAN, daughter of Henry BRIDGMAN, of Donass, Esq.NickR
WMT J1834403NPDWALMSLEYEleanor On the 18th inst., at her brother's, Ballyclare, Eleanor, daughter of the late George Walmsley, Esq., of Mourne, County Down. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDWALMSLEYGeorgeEsqOn the 18th inst., at her brother's, Ballyclare, Eleanor, daughter of the late George Walmsley, Esq., of Mourne, County Down. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPBWALPOLEEEsqIn Suffolk-street, Dublin, the lady of E. Walpole, Esq., of a son. SdeM
WMT J1828529NPMWALPOLEFrancis In London, Francis, son of the Hon. Robert Walpole, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Andrew Knight, Esq. of Downton Castle, Herefordshire. SdeM
WMT J1824722NPDWALPOLEJ.EsqJ. Walpole, of Phillipsborough Avenue, Esq., to Sarah Letitia, only child of the late J. Gartside, Esq., Capt. 90th Foot.SdeM
WMT J1828529NPMWALPOLERobertHonIn London, Francis, son of the Hon. Robert Walpole, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Andrew Knight, Esq. of Downton Castle, Herefordshire. SdeM
WMT J1829702NPMWALSHAlicia Thomas Brennan, Esq. of Wexford, to Alicia, daughter of Robert Walsh, of Belvedere-place, Dublin, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18301029NPSWALSHBridget A young woman, named Bridget WALSH, who had been seduced, and had two children by a person, named BURKE, hung herself, on Monday evening, in despair, from the ceiling of a loft in a house, near Eyre-square, GalwayNickR
WMT J1827823NPDWALSHEdwardMasterOn Friday the 17th inst., at Bellevue, Master Edward Walsh, aged 7 years, third son of Thomas Walsh, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251103NPDWALSHEdwardMrIn the 20th year of his age, Thomas Walsh, son of Mr. Edward Walsh, Upper Dominick-street. SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMWALSHEllen Julia On the 1st instant, at William's Park, by the Most Rev. Doctor Murray, John Leonard, Esq., Grafton-street, to Ellen Julia, eldest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Gloucester street.SdeM
FJ1848229NPBWALSHFrancisEsqOn the 23d of February, at Ballynagarde, county Limerick, the lady of Francis WALSH Esq of a son and heirNickR
FJ1857318NPBWALSHFrancisEsqMarch 10, in Paris the lady of Francis WALSH Esq (daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynagarde, in the co Limerick) of a sonNickR
FJ1847505NPBWALSHFrancisMrsOn the 17th inst, in Lisbon, Mrs Francis WALSH, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, co Limerick, of a daughterNickR
FJ1820807NPDWALSHFrancis On the 19th of July, at Killensule, in the co of Tipperary, Francis WALSH, apprentice to his uncle Thomas WALSH of Callen, in the co Kilkenny, sadler. It is singular that while the master was in Dublin negotiating for the benefit of the boy a legacy left him lately by his reputed father, Francis WALSH, who died in Charlestown, South Carolina, as his illegitimate son, the mother prevailed on the apprentice to quit his master's service, whom she took to the above place, where he died of a fever in a few days and the legacy by the will reverts to the children of his masterNickR
FJ18451205NPMWALSHFrancis MEsqOn the 3d inst, at Fedamore church, by her uncle the Rev Robert CROKER, and afterwards by the Right Rev Dr RYAN, Catholic Bishop of Limerick, Francis M WALSH, Esq, eldest son of J WALSH, Esq of Lisbon and Cintra, to Jannette, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynaguard, county Limerick, and niece of Colonel [William] CROKER, of the 17th regimentNickR
FJ18451205NPMWALSHJEsqOn the 3d inst, at Fedamore church, by her uncle the Rev Robert CROKER, and afterwards by the Right Rev Dr RYAN, Catholic Bishop of Limerick, Francis M WALSH, Esq, eldest son of J WALSH, Esq of Lisbon and Cintra, to Jannette, daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynaguard, county Limerick, and niece of Colonel [William] CROKER, of the 17th regimentNickR
WMT J1834220NPMWALSHJamesEsqOn Tuesday, the 10th instant, at Tyrrellspass Church, by the Rev. William Eams, James Walsh, of Keoltown, county Westmeath, Esq., to Mary, only daughter of John Hornidge, of Claverstown, in said County, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1833226NPMWALSHJamesRevOn 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
LGA1819810NPSWALSHJames ExecutionNickR
WMT J1826928NPDWALSHJames DominickRevOn the 19th instant, at the Chapel-house, Denmark-street, of a malignant fever, aged 28 years, the Rev. James Dominick Walsh, O.S.D. SdeM
FJ1857318NPBWALSHJanetteMrsMarch 10, in Paris the lady of Francis WALSH Esq (daughter of John CROKER Esq of Ballynagarde, in the co Limerick) of a sonNickR
WMT J1824108NPMWALSHJohnEsqOn the 1st instant, at William's Park, by the Most Rev. Doctor Murray, John Leonard, Esq., Grafton-street, to Ellen Julia, eldest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Gloucester street.SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMWALSHJohnEsqOn the 22d ultimo, at Cork, Stephen Coppinger, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Juliana Maria Josephine, youngest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Cork. SdeM
LEP-CS1832106NPDWALSHJohnMrIn Mitchelstown, county Cork, Mr. John WALSH, late of Charleville.NickR
LEP-CS1829630NPSWALSHJohn 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
WMT J1827920NPMWALSHJudith At Killoteran Church, on Sunday last, Geo. Gould, aged 80, to Judith Walsh, aged 18. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMWALSHJuliana Maria Josephine On the 22d ultimo, at Cork, Stephen Coppinger, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Juliana Maria Josephine, youngest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Cork. SdeM
LC1823226NPSWALSHMaurice Committed to the County Jail ... By Samuel MAXWELL, Esq; Charles CARTHY and Maurice WALSH, for cutting timber at night.NickR
FJ1814926NPDWALSHnee BELLINGHAM nee HOPKINSMrsOn the 10th inst, Mrs BELLINGHAM, widow of Col BELLINGHAM of ardee, near Drougheda and mother of Mrs Colonel WALSH and Mrs LATHAMNickR
LGA1820822NPSWALSHPat See John CROKERNickR
LEP-CS1831510NPSWALSHPatrick Committed to County Limerick Jail, by John Hartigan M'KNIGHT, Esq., John LOUGHLEN, charged with turning up grass land; By the rev Edward CROKER, Patrick COLLINS, charged with assault: By S. MAXWELL, Esq., Maurice WALSH, charged with the murder of Ml RYANNickR
FJ1787721-24NPMWALSHRev Dr A few days ago at the Solicitor General's by his grace the lord Archbishop of Dublin the Rev Doctor WALSH to Miss WOLFE of Leinester Street with 34000£ fortuneNickR
WMT J1829702NPMWALSHRobertEsqThomas Brennan, Esq. of Wexford, to Alicia, daughter of Robert Walsh, of Belvedere-place, Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827111NPMWALSHSamuelEsqOn Sunday last in Mary's Church, by the Rev. Hugh White, Samuel Walsh, of Ballytracy, County of Kildare, Esq. to Maria, second daughter of Mr. Samuel Thompson, of Henry-street. SdeM
WMT J1827823NPDWALSHThomasEsqOn Friday the 17th inst., at Bellevue, Master Edward Walsh, aged 7 years, third son of Thomas Walsh, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDWALSHThomasMrOn the 6th inst. at Mote Card, Co. Roscommon, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Mr. Thomas Walsh, age 54. SdeM
WMT J1827222NPDWALSHThomasMrOn the 6th inst. at Mote Card, Co. Roscommon, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Mr. Thomas Walsh, aged 45. SdeM
FJ1820807NPDWALSHThomas On the 19th of July, at Killensule, in the co of Tipperary, Francis WALSH, apprentice to his uncle Thomas WALSH of Callen, in the co Kilkenny, sadler. It is singular that while the master was in Dublin negotiating for the benefit of the boy a legacy left him lately by his reputed father, Francis WALSH, who died in Charlestown, South Carolina, as his illegitimate son, the mother prevailed on the apprentice to quit his master's service, whom she took to the above place, where he died of a fever in a few days and the legacy by the will reverts to the children of his masterNickR
WMT J18251103NPDWALSHThomas In the 20th year of his age, Thomas Walsh, son of Mr. Edward Walsh, Upper Dominick-street. SdeM
LGA1808624NPDWALSHValentine Death notice of Valentine WALSH aged 109NickR
LC_LM1774314NPSWALSHWalter Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
WMT J1827524NPDWALSHWilliamMajAt Sandymount, Major Wm. Walsh, late of Blessington, county Wicklow. SdeM
FJ1810814NPMWALSH Lt ColOn the 7th inst at St Margarets church, Westminster, Lt Col WALSH of the 9th Regt to Mrs HOPKINS widow of Charles HOPKINS Esq and daughter of the late Col B BINGHAM (recte BELLINGHAM) of Ardagh near DroghedaNickR
LGA1810814NPMWALSH Lt ColOn Tuesday last at St margarets Church Westminster Lt Col WALSH of the 9th Regiment to Mrs HOPKINS widow of Charles HOPKINS Esq and daughter of the late Col BELLINGHAM of Ardagh near DroghedaNickR
LGA1815912NPSWALSH Mrsee Charles Deane OLIVERNickR
WMT J1824401NPAWALSH MrCOUNTY OF WESTMEATH.
TO BE LET,
AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY.
The House and Offices of Rockbrook, adjoining Ballynacargy, with Sixty-five Acres or thereabouts of Meadow Land, of superior quality, in fine heart. There are two excellent Gardens with an extensive Orchard. ROCKBROOK is desirably situated, and well suited for the convenience of a family. Possession will be given when the value shall be offered by a Solvent Tenant. Apply to Mrs. Isdell, on the Premises, or Mr. Walsh, Bellevue, Mullingar.
SdeM
WMT J1832322NPAWALSH MrCOUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET, FOR A TERM OF THREE LIVES OR THIRTY-ONE YEARS, THE LANDS OF GLACKSTOWN, (Lately Tenanted by Mr. Lewis Montford, deceased) Containing 284A. 1R. 35P. late Irish Plantation measure, Arable, Pasture and Meadow ground with a considerable tract of Bog. Upon these premises there is a good and substantial Dwelling House, Slated, with convenient and extensive Offices. The lands are of excellent quality, and will be let either in the whole or such convenient Farms as may be agreed on. The above Lands are situate in the Parish of Killulagh, and Barony of Delvin, and within Two miles of the post-towns of Castletown-Delvin, and Drumcree, and near the Royal Canal. Proposals will be received by the Proprietor, Robert Cooke, Esq., Cookesborough, Mullingar, or Mr. Walsh, 10, Middle Gardiner-street, Dublin, in whose hands a Map of the premises may be inspected. SdeM
WMT J18271108NPDWALSH MrsIn Killenaul, Mrs. Walsh. SdeM
WMT J1827329NPDWALSH Very RevOn Friday morning, in his 68th year, the Very Rev. Dr. Walsh, P.P. of Clonakilty, and Vicar General of the diocese of Ross. SdeM
LEP-CS1831218NPSWALSH  Body for sale in CorkNickR
LGA1818915NPMWALSHECeciliaMissIn Blessington Street Dublin, Edward LEONARD jun Esq of Ushers Quay merchant to Cecilia only daughter of A P WALSHE Esq of New OrelansNickR
LC1826726NPSWALSHEHMrTralee 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.
NickR
LEP-CS1830326NPSWALSHEHowellMrTrial reportNickR
FJ1860316NPMWALSHEJohn CrokerEsqMarch 13, at st Peter's Church, John Croker WALSHE Esq of Waterford, to Matilda daughter of Francis ARMSTRONG Esq of Lower Baggot StreetNickR
WMT G1835618NPMWALSHEThomas On the 5th instant, Thomas Walshe, of Garristown, County of Mayo, Esq., to Jane, youngest daughter of Thomas Wilson, of Upper Baggot-street, in Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMWALTONWilliam HenryEsqIn London, William Henry Walton, Esq., of the Inner Temple, to Louisa Hoskins, eldest daughter of Charles Legh Hoskins Master, Esq., of Barrow-green-House, Surrey. SdeM
LGA18071006NPSWARBURTON[Robert]Capt RNCapt WARBURTON regulating officer of this port received orders on Friday night form Vice Admiral WHITESHED for the removal from the city jail of eight Spanish prisoners of war who are to be conveyed on board his Maj's tender Perseverance ... in EnglandNickR
LC1834719NPMWARBURTONAmelia Anne In North Walse, George Perrin WALLACE of rochestown Ave, co Dublin, to Amelia Anne youngest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON RNNickR
WMT J1824826NPMWARBURTONAnne Thomas Jermyn, Esq. of Castlecave, Kenmare, to Anne, daughter of the Rev. J. Warburton, Rector of Valentia.SdeM
FJ1828701NPMWARBURTONCatherine Susan In this city, Capt Richard Charles ELLIOT, half pay, to Catherine Susan, eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON, RNNickR
FJ1846803NPDWARBURTONCosbyEsq RNAt Celon, Cosby WARBURTON Esq of the Royal Navy, son of Capt WARBURTON, Royal Navy, of LimerickNickR
WMT J1824826NPMWARBURTONJRevThomas Jermyn, Esq. of Castlecave, Kenmare, to Anne, daughter of the Rev. J. Warburton, Rector of Valentia.SdeM
LC1799713NPBWARBURTONRobertCapt RNIn William Street, this morning, the Lady of Captain WARBURTON, of the Royal Navy, of a son.NickR
LGA1805722NPBWARBURTONRobertCapt RNSaturday morning in George's Street, the lady of Robert WARBURTON, Esq, Regulating Captain of the Royal Navy, of a sonNickR
FJ1828701NPMWARBURTONRobertCapt RNIn this city, Capt Richard Charles ELLIOT, half pay, to Catherine Susan, eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON, RNNickR
LEP-CS1828701NPMWARBURTONRobertCapt RNIn Dublin, Capt R C ELLIOTT half-pay to Susan Catherine eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTONNickR
LC1834719NPMWARBURTONRobertCapt RNIn North Walse, George Perrin WALLACE of rochestown Ave, co Dublin, to Amelia Anne youngest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON RNNickR
FJ1846803NPDWARBURTONRobertCapt RNAt Celon, Cosby WARBURTON Esq of the Royal Navy, son of Capt WARBURTON, Royal Navy, of LimerickNickR
LGA18071120bNPDWARBURTONRobertCapt RN EsqOn Tuesday at his house in George's Street universally lamented, Robert WARBURTON, Esq Captain in the Royal Navy to which he was promoted in 1795 and for 12 years Regulating Officer of this port, which trust he executed with honor and humanity. He was a few days ago appointed by the Admiralty to the Port of Dublin, where he intended to remove this week ū yesterday morning his remains were interred in the St John's churchyard.NickR
LEP-CS1828701NPMWARBURTONSusan Catherine In Dublin, Capt R C ELLIOTT half-pay to Susan Catherine eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTONNickR
WMT J1827322NPMWARBURTONW WCaptAt Mountmellick, Queen's Co., Capt. W.W. Warburton, of the 67th Regiment, to Miss Jackson, daughter of the late Nathaniel Jackson, Esq. of said town. SdeM
WMT J18331107NPMWARDAlexanderCaptOct. 29, in St. John's Church, Sligo, Mostyn Randal Slack, Esq., of Drumdalt, county of Leitrim, to Charlotte Gore, only daughter of the late Captain Alexander Ward. SdeM
LEP-CS18291013NPSWARDCharles City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
WMT J18331107NPMWARDCharlotte Gore Oct. 29, in St. John's Church, Sligo, Mostyn Randal Slack, Esq., of Drumdalt, county of Leitrim, to Charlotte Gore, only daughter of the late Captain Alexander Ward. SdeM
WMT J18281120NPMWARDDRevOn Tuesday morning in the Church of Leney, in this county, by the Rev. D. Ward, Joseph Ferguson, Esq., M.D. of Mullingar, to Anne, daughter of the Rev. Chaworth Browne, of Wilson's Hospital. SdeM
FJ18351030NPDWARDHenryGen SirOn the 24th inst, at Dean House, near Alresford, Hampshire, aged 59 years, Molina, relict of the Gen Sir Henry WARDNickR
FJ18351030NPDWARDMolinaMrsOn the 24th inst, at Dean House, near Alresford, Hampshire, aged 59 years, Molina, relict of the Gen Sir Henry WARDNickR
WMT J1827927NPDWARDNicholasViscount Banger [recte Bangor]On the 11th inst. at Castle Ward, Co. Down, Nicholas Ward Viscount Banger, aged 77 years. SdeM
FJ1801611fNPSWARDPatrick Patrick WARD was tried on a charge of using seditious and traitorous words, such as "a groan for the birth-night, and a clap for Bonaparte, and the memory of Lord Edward FITZGERALD, &c" in the upper gallery of the Theatre Royal, Crow Street, on the evening of his Majesty's birth-day. Two peace-officers appeared to substantiate the above charge, and one of them actually swore that he heard the prisoner say, "a groan for the birth-night;" but he did not positively swear that the prisoner used the other words imputed to him, though he plainly heard them spoken from the spot he immediately sat at, and that he did not perceive any other person speaking in a similar manner at the moment. The pique sergeant who was on guard at the Theatre on that night, positively swore that he sat immediately on the next seat above the prisoner, that he did not hear him utter any such words, and that if he had so heard him, he certainly would conceive it his duty to take him into custody, Mr M'NALLY, counsel for the prisoner, addressed the Court, and said, that he could at the moment prove his client's loyalty, by the testimony of a very respectable person who attended for that purpose, but the Court considered that going into such evidence was unnecessary. The prisoner was forthwith acquitted and liberated.NickR
WMT J1824205NPMWARDRalphRevOn the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1823925NPMWARDRobert At Ballylee, Mr. Robert Ward, of Gort, to Miss Daly, daughter of Francis Daly, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1826831NPMWARDENJames DalyVery RevIn the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, Galway, by the Very Rev. James Daly Warden, Denis B. Potter, Esq. of Tuam, Attorney, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Samuel Ruxton, Esq. of Galway. SdeM
LH1832510NPMWARE Rev MrTuesday morning, at Killeentierna church, co Kerry, by the Rev Mr WARE, the Rev Browning DREW, to Anne daughter of Richard Townsend HERBERT, Esq of Cahernane houseNickR
WMT J1825120NPMWARINGFrances Grace At Warringstown Church, on the 14th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, Captain Henry Waring, of the Queen's Royals, to Frances Grace, daughter of the Rev. Holt Waring, of Warringstown, Co. Down. SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMWARINGHenryCaptAt Warringstown Church, on the 14th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, Captain Henry Waring, of the Queen's Royals, to Frances Grace, daughter of the Rev. Holt Waring, of Warringstown, Co. Down. SdeM
WMT J1825120NPMWARINGHoltRevAt Warringstown Church, on the 14th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, Captain Henry Waring, of the Queen's Royals, to Frances Grace, daughter of the Rev. Holt Waring, of Warringstown, Co. Down. SdeM
WMT J1827719NPMWARINGHoltRevOn the 10th instant, at Waringstown Church, by the Rev. Holt Waring (father of the lady), Major St. John Augustus Clerke, of the 77th Regiment of Foot, to Mrs. Louisa Brooke, relict of the late Rev. John M. Brooke. SdeM
FJ1850422NPMWARINGThomas ColeEsqApril 18 at Carrick-on-Suir, Thomas Cole WARING Esq son of the late William WARING Esq of Shipton co Kilkenny, to Anne second daughter of the late Henry BRISCOE Esq of Tinvane House co Tipperary and sister to the Rev Francis BRISCOE chaplian to the Ld LtNickR
FJ1850422NPMWARINGWilliamEsqApril 18 at Carrick-on-Suir, Thomas Cole WARING Esq son of the late William WARING Esq of Shipton co Kilkenny, to Anne second daughter of the late Henry BRISCOE Esq of Tinvane House co Tipperary and sister to the Rev Francis BRISCOE chaplian to the Ld LtNickR
WMT J18231211NPMWARKAlexanderEsqAt Coleraine, Alexander Wark, Esq., to Susanna Jane, daughter of the late Rev. Hugh Boylan, of Caledon, in the County Tyrone.SdeM
WMT J1827503NPDWARNERCharlesEsqIn Burren-street, Carlow, Charles Warner, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMWARREJ AEsq MPOn Monday, at St. James's Church, London, J.A. Warre, Esq., M.P. of Cheddon Filey Paine, in the County of Somerset, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter of Richard Magennis, Esq., M.P. for Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMWARRENAnnewidowAt Cork, Richard Townsend, of Castle-Townsend, Esq., Collector of Excise, to Anne, relict of the late Thomas Warren, of Prospect-Ville, Esq.SdeM
LH1831623NPDWARRENBarbraMrsIn Dublin, on Saturday, the 18th inst, at Jervis street, Mrs Barbra WARREN ages 76 years, relict of Robert WARREN, of this city EsqNickR
WMT J1823515NPDWARRENCharles At Wandsworth, Charles Warren, Esq., the eminent engraver of London. He was conversing cheerfully a moment previous, fell on his desk, and instantly expired.SdeM
WMT J1828814NPMWARRENEdmondEsqIn Eglish Church, by the Rev. Joseph Barnes, Mr. John Comins, Jun. of Henry-street, to Ellen, second daughter of Edmond Warren, Esq. of the King's County. SdeM
WMT J1828814NPMWARRENEllen In Eglish Church, by the Rev. Joseph Barnes, Mr. John Comins, Jun. of Henry-street, to Ellen, second daughter of Edmond Warren, Esq. of the King's County. SdeM
WMT J18271129NPDWARRENFrancisEsqAt Kingstown, after a tedious illness, Francis Warren, Esq. of the Yarn Hall, Dublin, sincerely regretted. SdeM
WMT J18241111NPMWARRENJohnEsqOn 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 J18241111NPMWARRENMargaret On 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 J1825120NPMWARRENMichaelEsqAt Swettenham Church, Michael Warren of Sandford's Court, County Kilkenny, Esq., to Sarah Eaton, only daughter of Millington Eaton Swettenham, Esq. of Swettenham Hall, Cheshire. SdeM
LEP-CS1830720NPMWARRENReterEsqPeter WARREN Esq of Henrietta Street Dublin to Susan daughter of the late Arthur Meredith WHITE EsqNickR
LH1831623NPDWARRENRobertEsqIn Dublin, on Saturday, the 18th inst, at Jervis street, Mrs Barbra WARREN ages 76 years, relict of Robert WARREN, of this city EsqNickR
FJ1781515-17NPMWARRENRobert Robert WARREN Esq to Miss SWAN of Tombreen County WexfordNickR
FJ1846528NPMWARRENRobert jrEsqOn the 27th inst, at St Peter's church, by the Rev Henry WYNNE, Rector of Castle Bridge, Robert WARREN Esq eldest son of Robert WARREN Esq of Rutland sq and Killiney Castle to Anne Elizabeth eldest daut of the late Cadwallader WADDY Esq of Kilmavoe WEXNickR
FJ1846528NPMWARRENRobert srEsqOn the 27th inst, at St Peter's church, by the Rev Henry WYNNE, Rector of Castle Bridge, Robert WARREN Esq eldest son of Robert WARREN Esq of Rutland sq and Killiney Castle to Anne Elizabeth eldest daut of the late Cadwallader WADDY Esq of Kilmavoe WEXNickR
WMT J1823619NPMWARRENThomasEsqAt Cork, Richard Townsend, of Castle-Townsend, Esq., Collector of Excise, to Anne, relict of the late Thomas Warren, of Prospect-Ville, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824422NPDWARRINGHenryMrOn the 10th inst., Mr. Henry Warring, of Glenville, to Miss Rachael, second daughter of Mr. Robert Camac, Springbank, Derriaghy.SdeM
WMT J1824122NPDWARWICKWinfield On Saturday last, aged 25, Winfield Warwick, mill-wright, of Chatteris, after a short illness, supposed to have been occasioned by sleeping in a damp bed.SdeM
WMT J1824812NPDWASEYElizabeth HonoriawidowJuly 28, at Wardington, in Oxfordshire, aged 83, Elizabeth Honoria, relict of Lieut.-Colonel Wasey.SdeM
WMT J1824812NPDWASEY Lt-ColJuly 28, at Wardington, in Oxfordshire, aged 83, Elizabeth Honoria, relict of Lieut.-Colonel Wasey.SdeM
LHMA17891130NPMWATERFORDFrancisEsqOn the 20th inst. In England, at lady AshbrookĘs seat, near Farringdon, Berks, Francis WATERFORD, Esq. of Wiltshire, to the Honourable Elizabeth FLOWER, eldest daughter of the late Viscount AshbrookNickR
WMT J1823529NPDWATERHOUSE Lt-ColOn the 19th of April, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Lieutenant-Colonel Waterhouse, on the 81st Regiment – he was aged forty-four years, 22 of which he served in the 81st Regiment.SdeM
WMT J18291210NPMWATERPARKBaron At Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Baron Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford. SdeM
LEP-CS1829313NPSWATERSPatrick see Rev Robert BOURKENickR
WMT J1827208NPDWATERSRobertRevOn the 30th ult. in Newry, aged 66 years, Mr. J. Wallace, of Clogher, near Dundalk, Gentleman-Attorney, deservedly lamented. Same day, near Dundalk, the Reverend Robert Waters, in the 22d year of his age, R.C. Curate of Dundalk. SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDWATERSRobertRevAt Dunloe Castle, county Kerry, John Mahony, Esq., eldest son of Daniel Mahony, Esq., Brigade Mayor [sic] of Yeomanry. Same day, near Dundalk, the Reverend Robert Waters, in the 22d year of his age, R.C. Curate of Dundalk. SdeM
LGA18041001NPMWATERS MissLast Saturday Mr John RYAN of Fedamore Co limerick to the agreeable Miss WATERS of Broad StreetNickR
WMT J1824527NPMWATKINSHarrietMrsIn London, T. Pilkington, Esq. of Habberly, to Harriet, widow of Major Watkins, 56th Regt.SdeM
DMA-WPC1837130NPDWATKINSMarcella (nee WALDRON) On 21st instant, at South Cumberland Street, Marcella, relict of Thomas WATKINS, of Somerset, county Tipperary, Esq., daughter of the late Thomas WALDRON, of Drumnana, Esq., and niece of the Right Hon. Major-General BLAKENEY.NickR
WMT J18241007NPDWATKINSSt Leger John On the 29th ult., St. Leger John Watkins, son of Lieutenant Watkins, of the 88th Regiment.SdeM
FJ1765115-19NPMWATKINSThomasEsqat Kinsale, the Rev William VOWELL of Rosy Bower in Curryglass to the daughter of John WATKINS of Palace Town EsqNickR
DMA-WPC1837130NPDWATKINSThomasEsqOn 21st instant, at South Cumberland Street, Marcella, relict of Thomas WATKINS, of Somerset, county Tipperary, Esq., daughter of the late Thomas WALDRON, of Drumnana, Esq., and niece of the Right Hon. Major-General BLAKENEY.NickR
WMT J1825203NPMWATKINSWilliamEsqIn George's Church, by the Rev. John Short, William Watkins of Enniskillen, Esq. to Mary Ann, daughter of the late John Burke, of Clongowna, County Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J18241007NPDWATKINS LtOn the 29th ult., St. Leger John Watkins, son of Lieutenant Watkins, of the 88th Regiment.SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMWATKINS MajIn London, T. Pilkington, Esq. of Habberly, to Harriet, widow of Major Watkins, 56th Regt.SdeM
FJ1765115-19NPMWATKINS Missat Kinsale, the Rev William VOWELL of Rosy Bower in Curryglass to the daughter of John WATKINS of Palace Town EsqNickR
WMT J1834417NPMWATLINGCharles HenryRevAt 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
LC1799420NPDWATSONAndrewEsqOn Thursday last, in the 38th year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth WATSON, wife of Andrew WATSON, Proprietor of this paper, — to her family her death is an inexpressible loss.NickR
LC1783306NPDWATSONAndrewMrLast night died William DONNELLAN, book-binder, a native of this City, who served his apprenticeship to Mr. John CHERRY. He has left a Wife with six children, the youngest of whom not three months old; the loss of such a man, whose labour supported a large family, may be felt but cannot be described. Such benevolent persons as are disposed to relieve them, are requested to send their benefactions to Mr. George HALLORAN, Mr. FERRAR, Mr. WATSON, or Mr FLYN.NickR
LC1792602NPNWATSONAndrew [Note the banner changes from
Andrew WATSON & Co.
The Limerick Chronicle

Watson's Limerick Chronicle]

Andrew WATSON, Printer and Bookseller, at the King's-Arms, near the Exchange, Limerick, respectfully informs the Public and his Friends, that he has this Day commenced Business in his own Account; it will be his study to preserve a Preference in the several Departments of his Trade, by an unremitting Attention in every order he is favored with.     June 1, 1792

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LC1792616NPN/SWATSONAndrew The humility of the Public is earnestly appealed to, in behalf of a Widow with three Orphans, who is now confined in the City Jail (and in an Appartment with thirteen Men, no other place being appropriated for Debtors,) for a debt of £9:—the Plaintiff has kindly offered to accept five guineas in full payment, and the Jailer will remit his Fees, and pay a Crown towards liberating her.—Benefaction will be received by A. WATSON, and Mr. MILLWARD, Jailer.NickR
LC18011205NPAWATSONAndrew From memorandums found, since the decease of my very dear son, John WATSON, I find he had lent Money, Books, and other atricles, his property, to some persons whom he entertained a freindship for, in this City and Neighbourhood:— if there is a spark of honor in the breasts of those whom he so obliged, I expect no further application will be necessary, to impel them forthwith to pay me, in order to my complying with the desire of the deceased.
A. WATSON.
Limerick, King's Arms, Dec. 4. 1801.
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FJ1846320NPMWATSONAnna Helena At Toronto, Canada, John A TULLY Esq Deputy Provincial Surveyor, son of Lt John TULLY, RN, of Kilaloe, co Clare, to Anna Helena, eldest daughter of Richard WATSON EsqNickR
FJ1805803NPMWATSONCharlesEsq, MajAt Castlecoote, the seat of the Earl of BELMORE, Charles WATSON Esq eldest son of the Bishop of Landast, and Major of the 3rd Dragoons to Miss Maria Lowry CORRYNickR
WMT J1828424NPMWATSONElenorMissOn the 26th ultimo, by the Reverend Henry Hazlett, Miss Elenor Watson, third daughter of William Watson, Ballynafeigh, to Mr. Martin Corry, Newtownbreda. SdeM
LC1799420NPDWATSONElizabethMrsOn Thursday last, in the 38th year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth WATSON, wife of Andrew WATSON, Proprietor of this paper, — to her family her death is an inexpressible loss.NickR
LEP-CS1830326NPDWATSONFelton (Feltham)EsqAt his seat, Garrikennedy, County Tipperary, aged 81, Felton WATSON, Esq. a good father, an excellent landlord, he passed through life in the active performance of every duty; his loss will be long and deeply felt by his highly respectable family...NickR
WMT J18241111NPDWATSONHenryLtAt Bencoolen, Island of Sumatra, deservedly regretted by his brother officers, Lieutenant Henry Watson, of the Local Corps, formerly of the 87th Regiment, second son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Watson of the 65th Regiment, and of Mount Anna, county Wexford.SdeM
LC1826930NPSWATSONHenryRt Worshipful MayorTwo inquests were yesterday held by the Right Worshipful Henry WATSON, Mayor, at the Infirmary, on the body of Catherine BERRY, who was murdered by Denis RYAN at Ballyneety; and on the body of John M'KEAD, a respectable shoemaker, who was found drowned on Thursday in the Shannin at the New docks.NickR
WMT G1835514NPDWATSONHugh WallaceEsqOn the 2d instant, at Clontarf, Hugh Wallace Watson, formerly of Portaferry, County Down, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835326NPMWATSONJames On the 12th instant, by the Rev. Moses Black, of Kilmore, Mr. James Watson, of Turminin, to Jane, daughter of Mr. William Jackson, of Burneymaghery. SdeM
LC1824131NPMWATSONJohnCaptAt St Anne's, Dublin, Captain John WATSON< to Frances, only daughter of Lancelot WALDRON, of Upper Merion Street, EsqNickR
WMT J18231127NPMWATSONJohnEsqOn the 4th inst. at St. Anne's Church, Joshua Watson, Esq. of Dublin, youngest son of the late John Watson, Esq. of Ballydarton, County Carlow, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Francis Metcalf, Esq., Metcalf Park, County Kildare.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMWATSONJohnMrOn Thursday evening last, by the Rev. James Crawford, Mr. John Watson, Drumacose, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Walker, of Dundrain. SdeM
LC18011205NPAWATSONJohn From memorandums found, since the decease of my very dear son, John WATSON, I find he had lent Money, Books, and other atricles, his property, to some persons whom he entertained a freindship for, in this City and Neighbourhood:— if there is a spark of honor in the breasts of those whom he so obliged, I expect no further application will be necessary, to impel them forthwith to pay me, in order to my complying with the desire of the deceased.
A. WATSON.
Limerick, King's Arms, Dec. 4. 1801.
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WMT J18231127NPMWATSONJoshuaEsqOn the 4th inst. at St. Anne's Church, Joshua Watson, Esq. of Dublin, youngest son of the late John Watson, Esq. of Ballydarton, County Carlow, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Francis Metcalf, Esq., Metcalf Park, County Kildare.SdeM
WMT J1828515NPDWATSONMMissAt Cookstown, near Enniskerry, after a tedious illness, which she endured with Christian resignation, Miss M. Watson, aged 64, daughter of the late Mr. W. Watson, of Capel-street. SdeM
FJ1846320NPMWATSONRichardEsqAt Toronto, Canada, John A TULLY Esq Deputy Provincial Surveyor, son of Lt John TULLY, RN, of Kilaloe, co Clare, to Anna Helena, eldest daughter of Richard WATSON EsqNickR
LHMA17891019NPMWATSONRichardMrLast Thursday, Mr. Richard WATSON, master-builder, to Miss. Sarah FARQUHAR, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas FARQUHAR.NickR
LGA1815707NPMWATSONRingrose DrewEsqOn Tuesday last (3/7), Ringrose Drew WATSON Esq of Clare Street to Frances only daughter of James MAHON Esq of this cityNickR
LGA1818217NPBWATSONRingrose DrewEsqIn Clare Street, on Sunday evening, the lady of Ringrose Drew WATSON Esq of a sonNickR
FJ1818220NPBWATSONRingrose DrewEsqOn Saturday last, in Limerick, the lady of Ringrose Drew WATSON Esq of a sonNickR
LGA1814614NPAWATSONRingrose Drew Grand Canal and River Shannon – Ringrose D WATSON has the pleasure to inform his friends and the public, that the new navigation between Dublin and this city is now open .... Canal Office, 2 Clare Street Limerick 10 June 1814NickR
FJ18431108NPMWATSONRingrose JEsqOn the 20th of September, in St Louis, Ringrose J WATSON of that place Esq, son of R D WATSON Esq late of Limerick, to Maria Antoinette CHOUTEAU daughter of the late Col CHOUTEAU of St LouisNickR
WMT G1835618NPMWATSONSRevOn Tuesday last, by the Rev. S. Watson, Mr. William Barry Ringneile, to Miss Eliza Snodden, Ballyminstra. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMWATSONSamuel MEsqOn 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
WMT J1828515NPDWATSONWMrAt Cookstown, near Enniskerry, after a tedious illness, which she endured with Christian resignation, Miss M. Watson, aged 64, daughter of the late Mr. W. Watson, of Capel-street. SdeM
WMT J1828424NPMWATSONWilliam On the 26th ultimo, by the Reverend Henry Hazlett, Miss Elenor Watson, third daughter of William Watson, Ballynafeigh, to Mr. Martin Corry, Newtownbreda. SdeM
WMT J18241111NPDWATSON Lt-ColAt Bencoolen, Island of Sumatra, deservedly regretted by his brother officers, Lieutenant Henry Watson, of the Local Corps, formerly of the 87th Regiment, second son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Watson of the 65th Regiment, and of Mount Anna, county Wexford.SdeM
LC18231015NPSWATSON MrMr WATSON and Mr REDDAN tolls of Corp for one year £1500 paNickR
WMT J1828515NPMWATSON MrsOn the 10th instant, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Nevin, Mr. John Willis, of Trinity street, to Mrs. Watson, of Ardee. SdeM
WMT J1828522NPMWATSON MrsAt St. Andrew's Church, by the Reverend Mr. Nevin, Mr. John Willis, of Trinity-street, to Mrs. Watson of Ardee. SdeM
LC1797408NPSWATSON SheriffYesterday, Mr. Thomas GOGGIN, watch-maker, stopped two Watches, which were offered tohimfor sale; one of which was the preceeding night stolen from an Officer,—the other he has left with Sheriff WATSON, for inspection.NickR
CG HA1789330NPSWATSON  Libel defence Report of caseNickR
WMT J18251103NPMWATTSGeorgeEsqIn St. Peter's Church, on the 26th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, the Rev. Richard Ardell, of Nanaghmore, in the County of Kildare, to Louisa, daughter of George Watts, Esq. of the city of Dublin, and niece to the late Gen. Mackennon. SdeM
WMT G1835226NPMWATTSHenryEsqOn the 17th instant, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. C. St. George, [Henry] Watts, Esq., to Hannah, daughter of the late Archibald Conway, Maryborough, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824101NPMWATTSJohnEsqOn Friday the 19th instant, at Stillorgan Church, by the Reverend John Thomas O'Neill, John Watts, Esq., Attorney at Law, to Arabella, second daughter of the late George Gunn, Esq. of Ballybunnion in the County Kerry.SdeM
WMT J18251103NPMWATTSLouisa In St. Peter's Church, on the 26th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, the Rev. Richard Ardell, of Nanaghmore, in the County of Kildare, to Louisa, daughter of George Watts, Esq. of the city of Dublin, and niece to the late Gen. Mackennon. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMWATTS Lt ColAt Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey. SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMWAUCHOPEWilliamRevAt Ballymena, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. William Wauchope, Doctor Bankhead, son of the late Rev. John Bankhead, of Marybrook, to Penelope Anne, only daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Bankhead, of Belfast. SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDWAUGHARev D DThe Rev. A. Waugh, D.D., for nearly 46 years Minister of the Scots Church, in Well street, Oxford street, London. SdeM
FJ18541016NPMWAUGHAnnne Symes October 11, at Coraley, Wiltshire, the Rev John T A SWAN, of Leagington, co Cork, fourth son of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq late of Newtown Park, co Dublin, to Anne Symes, eldest daughter of the Rev James Hay WAUGH, rector of CoraleyNickR
FJ18541016NPMWAUGHJames HayRevOctober 11, at Coraley, Wiltshire, the Rev John T A SWAN, of Leagington, co Cork, fourth son of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq late of Newtown Park, co Dublin, to Anne Symes, eldest daughter of the Rev James Hay WAUGH, rector of CoraleyNickR
WMT G1835625NPMWAUGHThomasRevOn Friday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Waugh, Mr. Thomas Ferguson, of Hyde-Park, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John M'Kelvey, of Old Park. SdeM
FJ1859812NPMWAYTEElizabeth April 13, at Melbourne, Australia, Mr Richard Crornwall only son of the late George LEE Esq of Nenagh, co Tipperary, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Thomas WAYTE, Esq Burton on Trent, Staffordshire (Vic BDM 1859/2212)NickR
FJ1859812NPMWAYTEThomasEsqApril 13, at Melbourne, Australia, Mr Richard Crornwall only son of the late George LEE Esq of Nenagh, co Tipperary, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Thomas WAYTE, Esq Burton on Trent, Staffordshire (Vic BDM 1859/2212)NickR
WMT J1826928NPAWEBBCharles G COUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
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WMT J1827125NPDWEBBElizabeth On the 18th inst. in Charlemont-street, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Webb, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMWEBBElizabeth Mary At Kingston-on-Thames, Captain Booth, of the 15th King's Hussars, to Elizabeth Mary, only daughter of the late Richard Webb, of Ham Common.SdeM
FJ18221121NPMWEBBG On Monday last, at St George's church, the Rev H G WEBB second son of G WEBB of Wardenstown, co Westmeath, to Louisa youngest daughter of the late Dean BONDNickR
FJ18221121NPMWEBBH GRevOn Monday last, at St George's church, the Rev H G WEBB second son of G WEBB of Wardenstown, co Westmeath, to Louisa youngest daughter of the late Dean BONDNickR
LC1768815NPMWEBBHannahMiss[Dublin] Mr. John CONRAN, an eminent Butcher, to Miss Hannah WEBB, of Ormond-quayNickR
FJ1824226NPDWEBBHughRevAt her mother's house in Great Charles Street, after having given birth to a still born child, on the 24th inst, in the 30th year of her age Louisa wife of the Rev Hugh WEBB and daughter of the late Rev Dean BONDNickR
FJ1855402NPMWEBBJames NEsqMarch 29, at Knockaney, James A WEBB Esq of Knockteran, co Limerick, to Anna, eldest daughter of the late Joseph GUBBINS Esq of Kilfrush, in the same coNickR
WMT J18291119NPMWEBBJosephEsqNov. 13, in St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. John Fay, the Rev. Robert Joseph Carlow, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Joseph Webb, of Lower Gardiner-street, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMWEBBJosephEsqOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. Bushe, Captain Vere Webb, late of the Rifle Brigade, youngest son of Joseph Webb, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Richardson, of Drum, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
FJ1824226NPDWEBBLouisa (nee BOND) At her mother's house in Great Charles Street, after having given birth to a still born child, on the 24th inst, in the 30th year of her age Louisa wife of the Rev Hugh WEBB and daughter of the late Rev Dean BONDNickR
WMT J18291119NPMWEBBMary Anne Nov. 13, in St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. John Fay, the Rev. Robert Joseph Carlow, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Joseph Webb, of Lower Gardiner-street, Esq. SdeM
FJ1821427NPDWEBBMillanMrsOn Saturday last at the Hid Cork, the seat of her son the Rev Dr WEBB, Mrs Millan WEBB relict of the late Alderman WEBBNickR
WMT J1823703NPMWEBBRichard At Kingston-on-Thames, Captain Booth, of the 15th King's Hussars, to Elizabeth Mary, only daughter of the late Richard Webb, of Ham Common.SdeM
WMT J18251027NPMWEBBRichard PonsonbyEsqOn 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 J1831922NPBWEBBT MEsqOn the 20th at Wardenstown, in this County, the Lady of T.M. Webb, Esq. of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1830218NPBWEBBThomas MEsqOn the 6th instant, at Wardinstown, in this County, the Lady of Thomas M. Webb, Esq., of a son. SdeM
LC_LM1774317NPDWEBBTobiasEsqTobias WEBB, Esq; aged 102, one of the oldest Burgess of Callen.NickR
WMT G1835122NPMWEBBVereCaptOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. Bushe, Captain Vere Webb, late of the Rifle Brigade, youngest son of Joseph Webb, of Eccles-street, Dublin, Esq., to Anne, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Richardson, of Drum, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18241216NPDWEBBWilliamEsqIn Cork, on the 2d inst., William Webb, Esq., many years a respectable Barrister and a Commissioner of Bankrupts.SdeM
WMT J1827125NPDWEBBWilliamEsqOn the 18th inst. in Charlemont-street, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Webb, Esq. SdeM
FJ1821427NPDWEBB AldOn Saturday last at the Hid Cork, the seat of her son the Rev Dr WEBB, Mrs Millan WEBB relict of the late Alderman WEBBNickR
WMT J1824701NPDWEBB MrsOn the 16th inst. at St. Patrick's Hill, Cork, Mrs. Webb, wife of the Rev. Dr. Webb.SdeM
FJ1821427NPDWEBB Rev DrOn Saturday last at the Hid Cork, the seat of her son the Rev Dr WEBB, Mrs Millan WEBB relict of the late Alderman WEBBNickR
WMT J1824701NPDWEBB RevDrOn the 16th inst. at St. Patrick's Hill, Cork, Mrs. Webb, wife of the Rev. Dr. Webb.SdeM
FJ1855724NPMWEBSTERMEsqJuly 18, at Queenstown, William Michael, third son of M WEBSTER Esq of De Grey Terrace, in this city, to Charlotte Stewart, second daughter of the Rev Joh F MATHEWS of QueenstownNickR
WMT J1824318NPAWEBSTERThomasEsqLANDS TO BE LET
COUNTY OF LONGFORD.
TO BE LET,
And immediate possession given, either in the whole or in divisions, all, and that part of the LANDS of CLONCOOSE, Late in the possession of Thomas Webster, Esq. containing 129A. 1R. 22P. according to survey, situate within one mile of the Town of LONGFORD.
Proposals will be received by the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Newcomen [Gleadowe-Newcomen], Bank, Castle-st., Dublin; or by John Adamson Moffett, Carrickglass, who can shew the map. Hugh Brackin, who resides on the Farm will shew the premises. March 17, 1824.
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WMT J18241223NPDWEBSTERThomasEsqAt the advanced age of ninety, Thomas Webster, Esq. of Longford, much and deservedly regretted. The deceased has been many years Seneschal of Longford. We understand that he will be succeeded in that office by W.A. Williamson, Esq., a gentleman who, from his respectability and intelligence, is perfectly qualified for a trust which in that populous and thriving town is by no means unimportant.SdeM
FJ1855724NPMWEBSTERWilliam MichaelEsqJuly 18, at Queenstown, William Michael, third son of M WEBSTER Esq of De Grey Terrace, in this city, to Charlotte Stewart, second daughter of the Rev Joh F MATHEWS of QueenstownNickR
WMT J1825217NPSWEBSTER MrWe are given to understand that in consequence of the decease of the late Viscount Newcomen and the closing of the concerns of the Banking House, of which his Lordship was the head, his large and valuable estates in different Counties of Ireland, namely Longford, Meath, Tipperary, and Dublin, will be shortly brought into the market.

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

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LEP-CS1831603NPDWEEKESEdwardRevOn South Mall, Cork, Miss Susanna WEEKES, daughter of the Rev. Edward WEEKES, of Rathcharen.NickR
HC1772312NPMWEEKESEllenMissChristopher Knight, of the city of Cork, Esq; to Mis Ellen WEEKES, daughter of John WEEKES, of Aungier Street, EsqNickR
HC1772312NPMWEEKESJohnEsqChristopher Knight, of the city of Cork, Esq; to Mis Ellen WEEKES, daughter of John WEEKES, of Aungier Street, EsqNickR
LC1770329NPAWEEKESJohnMrTo be set from the 25th day of March next, O.S. for such term of years as may be agreed on, that part of the Ballinmuckie belonging to Mr. John WEEKES, and now in the tenure of Mr. Thomas BROWN, containing 20 Acres, or thereabouts, within half a mile of Ballingarry, and two of Rathkeale. Proposals to be received by Mr. John WEEKES in Kinsale, Mr. William WEEKES, in Tralee, or by Mr. William WEKES at Mr. HAMMONDS's Limerick. Ma. 15.NickR
LGA18191026NPMWEEKESJohn junEsqJohn WEEKES, jun. Esq. of Tralee, lieutenant in the Royal County Limerick Militia, to Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Samuel SEALY, Esq. of Mayglass.NickR
LGA1819305NPDWEEKESNathanielEsqIn Tralee, of a violent fever, Nathaniel WEEKES, Esq. many years captain in the Kerry militia.NickR
LC1769925NPAWEEKESNicholasEsqWhite-Hall, the pretty seat of the late Nicholas GREEN Esq; will be let from the 1st of May Next, for such terms as shall be agreed on, containing about 31 plantation Acres, a good Dwelling-house, Brew-house, Coach-house, two Stables, Cyder-house, Lumber-house, Dairy with other Offices in excellent repair, a good Pump ay the Kitchen door, a good Garden nad Orchard of choice Fruit in full bearing, the land in five divisions well bounded, sheltered and watered, each field so highly manured, no land can produce a greater swarth of grass. There is a sufficiency of choice Turf for the use of the premisses on this small demesnes within eight miles of Limerick, in a good neighbourhood, and excellent roads on every side. Proposals in writing, will be received by Nicholas WEEKES, Esq; to be kept secret, and no preference promised to any one. Aug. 28NickR
LGA1819713NPDWEEKESNicholasEsqOn Thursday morning, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with pious resignation, and christian fortitude, Mrs. PHILLIPS, relict of Even PHILLIPS, late of Mount Rivers, co. Tipperary, Esq. Faithful in the discharge of the relative duties of life, she was equalled by few, and excelled by none. She was descended from that very ancient and truely respectable family of the WEEKES's of Ballynanty, and the last surviving issue of Nicholas WEEKES, late of Brickfield, in this county, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1831603NPDWEEKESSusannaMissOn South Mall, Cork, Miss Susanna WEEKES, daughter of the Rev. Edward WEEKES, of Rathcharen.NickR
LC17921128NPDWEEKESThomasEsqOn Sunday last, greatly and deservedly lamented, Thomas WEEKES, Esq; of Killoragh, in the County of LimerickNickR
LC1770329NPAWEEKESWilliamMrTo be set from the 25th day of March next, O.S. for such term of years as may be agreed on, that part of the Ballinmuckie belonging to Mr. John WEEKES, and now in the tenure of Mr. Thomas BROWN, containing 20 Acres, or thereabouts, within half a mile of Ballingarry, and two of Rathkeale. Proposals to be received by Mr. John WEEKES in Kinsale, Mr. William WEEKES, in Tralee, or by Mr. William WEKES at Mr. HAMMONDS's Limerick. Ma. 15.NickR
LEP-CS18281216NPSWEEKESWilliamRt WorshipfulShooting Extraordinary!. -- Yesterday morning the Right Worshipful William WEEKES, Mayor of this city, while proceeding along the Quay on a shooting excursion, bagged a fine dog of the Newfound kind, the property of a Master of a Vessel lying in the river. We were not before aware the his Worship was distinguished for any propensity peculiarly hostile to the cnins species. The dog having been a valuable animal, we understand the matter is likely to afford some further sport to the gentlemen of the long robe.--Waterford Mirroe.NickR
LC1783716NPMWEEKES MissLast Thursday, at Inchegeelan Church, Mr. John Barter BENNETT, of this city [Cork], drugist, to Miss WEEKES, daughter of the Rev. Mr. WEEKESNickR
LC1783716NPMWEEKES RevLast Thursday, at Inchegeelan Church, Mr. John Barter BENNETT, of this city [Cork], drugist, to Miss WEEKES, daughter of the Rev. Mr. WEEKESNickR
HC1770226NPDWEEKSCatherineMrsLast Sunday se'night at Ballybricken in the co of Limerick in the 80th year of her age, Mrs Catherine WEEKS relict of the late Nicholas WEEKS of Gormanstown EsqNickR
LC18241103NPDWEEKSJohnCapt RNIn Plymouth Captain John WEEKS, Royanl NavyNickR
LEP-CS1828208NPDWEEKSJohnEsqIn Stoughton's Row, Tralee, John WEEKS, Esq. one of the coroners for the county Kerry.NickR
HC1772217NPDWEEKSMaryMrsSaturday on Fenn's Quay, the relict of the late Counsellor WEEKSNickR

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Joseph ATKINSON  Robert BARLOW  Part 03
Sarah BARLOW  William BEATTY  Part 04
Catherine BEATY  John BENNETT  Part 05
John BENNETT   BEVERHOUDT  Part 06
BEVIN  Alexander BLOOD  Part 07
Benjamin BLOOD  Catherine Cole BOWEN  Part 08
Christopher BOWEN  John BRAY  Part 09
J BREDIN  Joseph BROWNRIG  Part 10
Rosanna Bridget (nee LEE) BROWNRIG  Nathaniel Edward BUTLER  Part 11
Pierce BUTLER  Joseph CARROL  Part 12
Thomas CARROL  Robert CHADWICKE  Part 13
Robert CHADWICKE  Amelia CHRISTIAN  Part 14
Anastasia CHRISTIAN  Richard CLOSE  Part 15
Robert Barry CLOSE  Anthony CONNELL  Part 16
Barbara CONNELL  Charles Eyre COOTE  Part 17
Charles Eyre COOTE  Robert COOTE  Part 18
Robert COOTE   CRAMPTON  Part 19
CRAMPTON  Edward CROKER  Part 20
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 21
Henry CROKER  Maria Sophia [nee LASCELLS] CROKER  Part 22
Marianne CROKER   CROKER  Part 23
CROKER  Georgina CUYLER  Part 24
Lambett D[R]EW  Paul DE PEYRONNET  Part 25
Pierre-Denis DE PEYRONNET  Thomas DIVETT  Part 26
Thomas DIXON  Barry DREW  Part 27
Barry DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 28
Pierce William DREW  Lawrence DURACK  Part 29
Lawrence DURACK  Thomas ELRINGTON  Part 30
ELRINGTON  Catherine FAULKNER  Part 31
W C FAULKNER  Laurence FITZGERALD  Part 32
M FITZGERALD  G E FORMAN  Part 33
John FORRESTAL  Bartholemew FRERE  Part 34
George FREWEN   GEORGE  Part 35
Elizabeth GEORGE[SIC]  William GOGGIN  Part 36
William GOGGIN  Marinne GRANT  Part 37
Mercia Maria GRANT  Richard GREVILLE  Part 38
Richard F GREVILLE  Hans HAMILTON  Part 39
Hans HAMILTON  (nee DENNIS) HARRISON  Part 40
Elizabeth (nee WINTER) HARRISON  George HEHIR  Part 41
James HEHIR  Ellen HILL  Part 42
G L HILL  Samuel HOLMES  Part 43
Samuel HOLMES   HUGGARD  Part 44
HUGGINS  Robert INGRAM  Part 45
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Hugh KEARNS  Alexander Speer KERR  Part 48
John KERR  David H LAMBERT  Part 49
John LAMBERT  William LAWRENCE  Part 50
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John LEE  Joseph LENNARD  Part 52
Charlotte LENNON  Richard Pennefather LLOYD  Part 53
Rick LLOYD  James LYONS  Part 54
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MAHAFFY  George MASSEY  Part 56
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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
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