King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 89

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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FJ1826601NPMWHITE Earl of BantryOn Wed the 31st inst by his grace the RC Archbp of Dublin Richard WHITE of Bantry COR Esq eld s of the late Hamilton WHITE Esq & neph of the Earl of Bantry to Elizabeth eld d of James WILLIAMS Esq The ceremony having been first performed at Bray ch ...NickR
LEP-CS18301102NPMWHITE Earl of BantryAt Ardyole church, county Cork, John Lavallan PUXLEY Esq of Dusboy House to Fanny Ross Maria second daughter of Simon WHITE of Glengarriff Castle and niece to the Earl of Bantry and Robert Hedges EYRENickR
FJ1801803NPMWHITE Ld Vsct BantryBrig Gen DUNNE to Miss WHITE sister to the Rt Hon Lord Viscount BANTRY and niece of Lord Viscount LONGUEVILLENickR
LC18331221NPDWHITE Majat Carrick-on-Suir, Mrs Honora WHITE mother of Town Major WHITE, of Dublin and mother-in-law of Henry BRISCOE of Tinvane, co Tipperary, EsqNickR
CG HA1788605NPDWHITE MissMarried at Cork, the 31st Inst. Mr Thomas SHEEHAN, an eminent Botanist and Seedman, to Miss WHITE, daughter of Mr. James WHITE, of this town, merchantNickR
CG&GA1796430NPMWHITE MissAt Seafield Park, Richard Devonshire NEWENHAM esq of Maryborough, to Miss WHITE eldest daughter of the late Simon WHITE EsqNickR
FJ1801803NPMWHITE MissBrig Gen DUNNE to Miss WHITE sister to the Rt Hon Lord Viscount BANTRY and niece of Lord Viscount LONGUEVILLENickR
LGA18081125NPMWHITE MissAt Churchtown, Henry BRISCOE Esq of Tinvane, co Kilkenny, to Miss WHITE daughter of Fs. WHITE Esq late of CarrickbegNickR
WMT J1826608NPMWHITE MissLord Massey is to be married in a few days to Miss White, daughter of the late Luke White, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18251222NPSWHITE MrFATAL DUEL. Extract of a Letter received at our Office this Morning. Dec. 22, 1825. "A fatal Duel took place yesterday at Tang, in the County of Longford, between Mr. John Boswell, and Mr. White, of Athlone, partners in a Brewing concern in that town, on the second fire, Mr. B.'s shot took effect and Mr. White fell ded, the ball having passed through his body and lungs; the cause of this unfortunate duel was a dispute originating in some matter connected with their business. The parties were previously placed in arrest by Richard Handcock, Esq., Magistrate, but they broke their arrest." SdeM
FJ1816514NPDWHITE MrsAt Macroom Castle, co Cork Mrs WHITE mother of the Rt Hon the Earl of BantryNickR
WMT J1828313NPMWHITE Rev MrAt St. Mary's Church on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. White, Rowan P. Cashel, of Lissenhall, in the County of Tipperary, Esq. to Henriett [sic] Emilia, widow of the late Captain Frederick Bennett, of the 3d Bengal Native Infantry. SdeM
FJ1779116NPBWHITE  the lady of John Jervis WHITE Esq of a daughterNickR
WMT J1827419NPDWHITEHEADJoshuaMrAt Addlecrott, near Huddersfield, in the 105th year of his age, Mr. Joshua Whitehead. SdeM
WMT J18231127NPDWHITELAWNewcomenRevAt Hatley, County of Leitrim, on the 9th inst., the Rev. Newcomen Whitelaw.SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDWHITESTONEElizabeth AnneMrsIn Great Britain-street, of consumption, aged 30, Elizabeth Anne, wife of L.W. Whitestone, Esq., M.D. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDWHITESTONEL WEsq MDIn Great Britain-street, of consumption, aged 30, Elizabeth Anne, wife of L.W. Whitestone, Esq., M.D. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMWHITFIELDGEsqAt All Souls, Longham-place, London, the Baron Paul de Peyronnet, only son of Count de Peyronnet, to Georgina, daughter of the late G. Whitfield, Esq., of St. Vincent and Grenada. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDWHITFIELDGeorgeRevMrs. Margaret Whitfield, widow of the late Reverend George Whitfield, of Bruce-grove, Tottenham. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMWHITFIELDGeorgina At All Souls, Longham-place, London, the Baron Paul de Peyronnet, only son of Count de Peyronnet, to Georgina, daughter of the late G. Whitfield, Esq., of St. Vincent and Grenada. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDWHITFIELDMargaretMrsMrs. Margaret Whitfield, widow of the late Reverend George Whitfield, of Bruce-grove, Tottenham. SdeM
WMT J1826126NPMWHITFIELDWilliamEsqAt St. Mark's Church, this morning, by the Reverend William Manly, William Whitfield, Esq. of Frankford, to Miss Moore, of Parsonstown. SdeM
WMT J1825630NPMWHITLAEleanor (nee HAYNE)MrsIn Belfast, by the Rev. Doctor Cupples, John M'Dowall, Esq. of Lisburn, to Eleanor, relict of the late John Whitla, Esq. and daughter of the late John Haynes, of Hazelor, in the County of Warwick, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825630NPMWHITLAJohnEsqIn Belfast, by the Rev. Doctor Cupples, John M'Dowall, Esq. of Lisburn, to Eleanor, relict of the late John Whitla, Esq. and daughter of the late John Haynes, of Hazelor, in the County of Warwick, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMWHITLEYEdwardEsqOn the 27th inst. in Ballymahon Church, Luke Dowdall, Esq., of Ballymahon, to Sarah, third daughter of Edward Whitley, Esq., of the same place.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPDWHITLEYJohnMrOn the 6th instant, near Randalstown, at the very advanced age of 106 years, Mr. John Whitley, who had been a pensioner for the last 53 years. SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMWHITLEYSarah On the 27th inst. in Ballymahon Church, Luke Dowdall, Esq., of Ballymahon, to Sarah, third daughter of Edward Whitley, Esq., of the same place.SdeM
WMT J18271011NPDWHITNEYThomas SEsqJust as we are going to Press, a report has reached this town of the death of our much esteemed countryman, Thomas S. Whitney, of Newpass, in this County, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18271025NPAWHITNEYThomas SEsqSALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WINES, ... the property of the late THOMAS S. WHITNEY, ESQ. ... SdeM
WMT J18271206NPAWHITNEYThomas S COUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET, For such Term as may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given, The Mansion House of NEWPASS, The Residence of the late Thomas S. Whitney ... SdeM
WMT J1826216NPSWHITNEYThomas SherburgEsqNEW SHERIFFS. DUBLIN CASTLE, 7TH FEBRUARY 1826. ... LONGFORD - Arthur Johnson Kingston, of Mosstown, Esq., Longford. ... WESTMEATH - Thomas Sherburg Whitney of Newpass, Esq., Rathowen. ... SdeM
WMT G1835528NPMWHITTAKERWilliamEsq M DOn the 13th instant, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. John Ashe, William Whittaker, Esq., M.D., of Ballina, in the County Mayo, to Frances, eldest daughter of the late Robert Maturin Crofton, of Crofton Park, County Mayo, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18301119NPSWHITTAKER SergeantOn Tuesday, as two of the Revenue Police, accompanied by Sergeant WHITTAKER, of the Constabulary, stationed at Ballymote, w re proceeding to an island in Lough Arrow, on a still-hunting expedition, the boat in which they had embarked sunk and all three were drowned.NickR
FJ1817917NPDWHITTINGHAM LadyAt Madrtid, at the house of her sister, Lady WHITTINGHAM, Barbra, the wife of Bartholemew FRERE Esq His Majesty's Secretary of Embassy at the Ottoman Porte. The marriage had been solemized by proxy, according to the usual form, but Mr FRERE having been detained at Constantinople by business of the Embassy during Sir Robert LISTON's absence never had the happiness os seeing her since their unionNickR
FJ1835502NPMWHITTYDavid LatoucheEsqOn Saturday last, David Latouche WHITTY Esq of Rathvilly, co Carlow, to Jane Mahettable, third daughter of the late Charles LANGLEY of Coalbrook, co Tipperary, EsqNickR
WMT J1834417NPDWHITTYIrvingRevAt Bath, of consumption, Mary M. Whitty, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Irving Whitty. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPDWHITTYMary M At Bath, of consumption, Mary M. Whitty, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Irving Whitty. SdeM
LEP-CS1830720NPSWHITTY ArchdeaconBridget MACNAMARA murderNickR
FJ1857227NPSWHITTY MrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
WMT J1825519NPMWHITWORTHCharlesEarl WhitworthSuddenly, at his seat, Knowles, Kent, the Right Hon. Earl Whitworth. The public integrity, and private virtues of this distinguished Nobleman, shed a lustre upon his station, and have rendered his death a source of deep regret. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDWHYTEAnchorettaMrsOn the 18th inst. at No. 25, Torrington-square, London, Anchoretta, wife of Edward A. Whyte, Esq., late of this city. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDWHYTEEdward AEsqOn the 18th inst. at No. 25, Torrington-square, London, Anchoretta, wife of Edward A. Whyte, Esq., late of this city. SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDWHYTEFrancisEsqOn Sunday, the 19th inst. after a short illness, from inflammation of the liver, John Boyle, second son of Francis Whyte, Esq. of Red Hill, county of Cavan, aged twenty-two years. SdeM
WMT J18251229NPSWHYTEJohnMrTHE LATE FATAL DUEL. The hurried statement which appeared in our last Number ... Mr. William Boswell and the Messrs. Whyte, his partners ... Mr. John Whyte ... a Scotchman ... SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDWHYTEJohn Boyle On Sunday, the 19th inst. after a short illness, from inflammation of the liver, John Boyle, second son of Francis Whyte, Esq. of Red Hill, county of Cavan, aged twenty-two years. SdeM
LGA1819723NPSWICKHAMJEsqCommittals
...
To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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WMT J1827927NPMWICKHAMJames AnthonyEsqAt Frome, Major William Fawcet, H.P. 14th Regt., to Mary Agnes, eldest daughter of James Anthony Wickham, Esq. of North Hill. SdeM
WMT J1827927NPMWICKHAMMary Agnes At Frome, Major William Fawcet, H.P. 14th Regt., to Mary Agnes, eldest daughter of James Anthony Wickham, Esq. of North Hill. SdeM
FJ1776420NPMWIDENHAMCharles At Carrigeen Co of Corke Charles WIDDENHAM [WIDENHAM] Esq to Miss PEARDNickR
LJ1791613NPDWIDENHAMDanielRevLast Thursday at Milford, near this city, the Rev. Dan. WIDENHAM, rector of Tankardstown and Vicar of Bruee.NickR
FJ1791616-18NPDWIDENHAMDanielRevAt his seat at Millford, the Rev Daniel WIDENHAM, Treasurer of the diocese of Limerick, and Rector of Bruree and Tankardstow[n].NickR
LFJ1791806NPSWIDENHAMDanielRevThe Lord Bishop of Limerick has presented the Reverend Richard CROKER to the Rectory and Vicarage of Tankardstown, void by the death of the Reverend Daniel WIDENHAMNickR
LC1783210NPDWIDENHAMHenryEsqDied Friday night in an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mrs. WIDENHAM, relict of the late Henry WIDENHAM, Esq. and mother to Walter WIDENHAM, EsqNickR
LC1782210NPDWIDENHAMHenryMrsFriday Night in an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mrs WIDENHAM, relict of the late Henry WIDENHAM, Esq and mother to Walter WIDENHAM EsqNickR
LC1782210NPDWIDENHAMWalterEsqFriday Night in an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mrs WIDENHAM, relict of the late Henry WIDENHAM, Esq and mother to Walter WIDENHAM EsqNickR
LC1783210NPDWIDENHAMWalterEsqDied Friday night in an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mrs. WIDENHAM, relict of the late Henry WIDENHAM, Esq. and mother to Walter WIDENHAM, EsqNickR
LC1783505NPAWIDENHAMWalterEsq

To be set
for one year
from the 25th of March last

Part of the hill of Brisheen and the bottom part of said Lands, near the Turnpike Road, leading from Charleville to Kilmallock; John LEO, will shew the premises
  Proposals to be received by Walter WIDENHAM, Esq; Limerick.

April 28.

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LC1785811NPMWIDENHAM MissTuesday was married at Meelick Church, by the Rev. Dr. MAUNSELL, Exham VINCENT, the younger Esq; to Miss WIDENHAM, with a fortune of 5000l.NickR
LC1783210NPDWIDENHAM MrsDied Friday night in an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mrs. WIDENHAM, relict of the late Henry WIDENHAM, Esq. and mother to Walter WIDENHAM, EsqNickR
WMT J1825728NPSWIGGINSJacob INSOLVENT NOTICE. In the Matter of Patrick Moore, an Insolvent. The several and respective Creditors of the said Insolvent are hereby required to meet Jacob Wiggins, the Assignee of the said Insolvent, on Wednesday, the 17th day of August next, at the hour of One o'clock in the afternoon, in the house of Laurence Reynolds, in the town of Edgeworthstown, in the County of Longford ... to set up and sell the freehold estate and interest of said Insolvent in the lands of Monydarige and Lisryan ... SdeM
LEP-CS1833118NPMWIGGINSJosephMrOn Friday morning, in the Church of Kilfinan, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WIGGINS, of that town, to Mr. John KYTE, of Cashel, county Tipperary.NickR
LEP-CS1833118NPMWIGGINSSarah On Friday morning, in the Church of Kilfinan, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WIGGINS, of that town, to Mr. John KYTE, of Cashel, county Tipperary.NickR
LGA18171024NPDWIGHT[?Catherine nee BOWEN]MrsOn Tuesday last near Newcastle, in this county at an advanced age Mrs WIGHT relict of the late Rev Edward WIGHTNickR
LC1833523NPDWIGHTCatherine Cole (nee BOWEN) At her house in Roche's Street the lady of John WIGHT Esq and third daughter of the late H C BOWEN of Bowenscourt Esq at an advanced age of paralysis ...NickR
Pue'sO17431210NPSWIGHTEdwardRevThe Rev Edward WIGHT is appointed one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the co of LimerickNickR
FJ1802202NPDWIGHTEdwardRevMiss WIGHT eldest daughter of the Rev Edward WIGHT of Ballyvohan Co LimerickNickR
FJ1817513NPDWIGHTEdwardRevOn the 4th inst, at Newcastle, co Limerick, the Rev Edward WIGHTNickR
LGA1817513NPDWIGHTEdwardRevAt his house in Newcastle, in this county, on Sunday, 4th inst, after a long illness, which he bore with the resgnation ofd a true Christian, the Rev Edward WIGHT, many years the rector of the parish of Ratronan ...NickR
LGA18171024NPDWIGHTEdwardRevOn Tuesday last near Newcastle, in this county at an advanced age Mrs WIGHT relict of the late Rev Edward WIGHTNickR
LC1797621NPDWIGHTJaneMissSame day [Sunday], ... , Miss Jane WIGHT, daughter to the late John WIGHT, Esq; Alderman of this cityNickR
LC1797621NPDWIGHTJohnAldermanSame day [Sunday], ... , Miss Jane WIGHT, daughter to the late John WIGHT, Esq; Alderman of this cityNickR
LC1797125NPMWIGHTJohnEsqFriday, John WIGHT, Esq; attorney at law, to the amiable and accomplished Miss BOWEN, daughter to the late Henry Cole BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, in the couunty of Cork, Esq.NickR
LC1833523NPDWIGHTJohnEsqAt her house in Roche's Street the lady of John WIGHT Esq and third daughter of the late H C BOWEN of Bowenscourt Esq at an advanced age of paralysis ...NickR
LEP-CS18301005NPDWIGHTJohnMrsAt Athlumny, Co Meath, Mrs. GILES, relict of the late John METGE, and sister to Mrs. John WIGHT, of LimerickNickR
FJ17841213NPMWIGHT MissMolesworth GREENE Esq to Miss WIGHT only daughter of Rev Dr WIGHT Archdeacon of LimerickNickR
FJ1789128NPMWIGHT MissThe Rev John Crosley SEYMOUR of Abington LIM to Miss WIGHT daughter of the late Rev Dr Edward WIGHTNickR
FJ1802202NPDWIGHT MissMiss WIGHT eldest daughter of the Rev Edward WIGHT of Ballyvohan Co LimerickNickR
WMT J18271213NPDWIGMORE(nee FRANKLAED)MrsOn Friday last, in Cork, Mrs. Wigmore, sister to the late Counsellor Franklaed, of Ashgrove, county of Cork. SdeM
WMT J1830826NPMWIGRAMEdward At Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, Edward, son of Sir Robert Wigram, Bart., to Catherine, daughter of George Smith, Esq., M.P. SdeM
WMT J1830826NPMWIGRAMRobertSir BartAt Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, Edward, son of Sir Robert Wigram, Bart., to Catherine, daughter of George Smith, Esq., M.P. SdeM
LC18261018NPDWILCOCKSCharlesMrsIn Cork, Mrs. WILCOCKS, relict of the late Charles WILCOCKS, of Canada, North America, Esq.NickR
WMT J1827802NPMWILCOXGeorge HumeEsqGeorge Hume Wilcox, Esq., Comptroller of his Majesty's Revenue at Newry, to Jane, daughter of the late Henry Bently, Esq. of the Ordnance, Trinidad. SdeM
WMT J18231224NPMWILCOXLetitia Maria William Thomas Kelly, of Castlegan, in the County of Mayo, Esq., to Letitia Maria, only daughter of the late Whitfield Wilcox, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231224NPMWILCOXWhitfieldEsqWilliam Thomas Kelly, of Castlegan, in the County of Mayo, Esq., to Letitia Maria, only daughter of the late Whitfield Wilcox, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPSWILDERAndrewCapt Brevet MajTHE ARMY – COURT MARTIAL.
HORSE-GUARDS, APRIL 30, 1823.- At a General Court Martial, held at Brimstone-hill, St. Christopher's, on the 20th November, 1822, and continued by adjournment to the 2d December following, Brevet Major Andrew Wilder, Captain in the 35th Regiment of Foot, was arraigned on the undermentioned Charges, viz.:-
1st. "For scandalous and disgraceful conduct, unbecoming the character of an Officer and a Gentleman, in conducting himself in a most riotous and disorderly manner, in or near the Mess-room, on the night of the 2d of July, 1822, and striking, or attempting to strike, or kick, Lieutenant William Macalister, on the half-pay of the 35th Regiment, private William Loader (the Mess waiter), and Ann Loader his wife.
2d. "For conduct unbecoming the character of an Officer and a Gentleman, in behaving in a riotous and disorderly manner, on the night of the 3d of July, 1822, in or near the gallery of the quarters occupied by Captain Henry Thomas Rutherford, and other Officers of the 35th Regiment, and challenging any Officer to turn out, saying "he was their man", or words to that effect, to the annoyance of the Officers, and the disturbance of their families residing in the same gallery; such conduct tending to lower himself as an Officer in the opinion of the men, and thereby destroying the discipline of, and respect due to the service.
Upon which Charges the Court came to the following decision:-
"The Court having seperately, and maturely and deliberately weighed and considered, the evidence adduced on the part of the prosecutor as well as what had been offered by the prisoner in his defence, is of opinion as follows, viz.:
"That the prisoner, Brevet Major Andrew Wilder, Captain in the 35th Regiment of Foot, is guilty of the first Charge, with the exception of that part of it which relates to the striking Lieutenant William Macalister, of the 35th Regiment, no proof having been brought forward to establish the fact.
"With respect to the second Charge, the Court is of opinion that the prisoner, Brevet Major Andrew Wilder, Captain in the 35th Regiment, is guilty of the whole and every part thereof.
"The Court having thus found the prisoner, Brevet Major Andrew Wilder, Captain in the 35th Regiment, guilty of the first Charge, with the exception of that part of it referred to, and to the full extent of the second, the same being in breach of the Articles of War, doth sentence and adjudge him, the said Brevet Major Andrew Widler, Captain in the 35th Regiment, to be discharged his Majesty's service.
"The Court having performed a duty it was incumbent on it to do, most humbly beg leave in consideration of the service of Brevet Major Wilder, of his having been wounded at the battle of Maida, the consequent impression on the minds of the Court, from the wound having been in his head, that a very small portion of wine may affect him, as also the destitute situation in which his wife and family will be plunged, to recommend him to the most gracious clemency of his Majesty.
"The Court cannot close its proceedings without adverting to their extraordinary length, solely to be attributed to the multiplicity of questions which it has been compelled to ask, in consequence of the vague and contradictory answers given by Officers, from whose rank and situation, they had a right to expect a clear and unbiassed testimony.
"The Court must remark upon the evidence given by Lieutenant Dawson, of the 35th Regiment, which in its opinion, was evasive, with much difficulty extracted, and with equal difficulty recorded.
"However painful it may be to animadvert on the conduct of an old Officer, the Court feels itself imperatively called upon, and cannot consistently with its duty withhold its strongest displeasure and indignation at the conduct of Brevet Major Edgeworth, 35th Regiment, from the commencement of this unfortunate business; in the first place making a totally unfounded report to his Commanding Officer, by misleading him altogether as to the transaction of the evening of the 3d of July, in his letter of the 5th of that month (No. 15), which must, undoubtedly, have prevented Lieutenant Colonel Macalister from acting with the promptitude which might have otherwise been in his power, and which certainly would have prevented many of the unpleasant matters which appeared upon those proceedings; but the Court spares itself the additional pain of commenting upon the inconsistency of this Officer's evidence with his report, or with common sense, feeling convinced it must be too obvious not to forcibly attract the attention of higher authority."
His Majesty was pleased to approve of the sentence of the Court:- But in consideration of the recommendation of the Court, his Majesty was graciously pleased so far to extend his clemency to the Prisoner as to allow him, Brevet Major Wilder, to receive the regulated value of his Regimental Commission. The King was further pleased to command, that, in consequence of the evasive and objectionable manner in which Lieutenant Dawson appears on the face of the proceeding to have given his testimony, his Majesty's displeasure should be marked by the immediate removal of that Officer from the 35th Regiment to the half-pay of his rank; and that, in consideration of the circumstances set forth in the proceedings, together with the observations of the Court thereon, affecting the conduct of Brevet Major Edgeworth, his Majesty also was pleased to command that the said Brevet Major Edgeworth should be removed from the service, receiving the regulated value of his Regimental Commission.
His Majesty was pleased to observe, that the facts which have been proved before the Court, and have led to the dismissal from the service of an old Officer, the removal of another old Officer, and the placing on half pay of a 3d of inferior rank and service, appear alike disgraceful to the character of the Officer and Gentleman, and that his Majesty could not reprobate in terms sufficiently strong, such shameful habits of intemperance as have been evinced in the case of Brevet Major Wilder – habits which must ever produce scenes of riot and disorder, prejudicial to the discipline of a corps; inasmuch as by exposing the individual concerned in them, to the contempt of his inferiors, and thus effectually destroying every claim to confidence, they deprive him of that authority which cannot be properly supported, unless it be founded on due respect for character and conduct. The circumstances upon the face of the proceedings appearing to justify the strong observations of the Court upon the conduct of Brevet Major Edgeworth, his Majesty had no alternative than to support the well being of the service, by visiting that officer with a strong mark of his displeasure; who, forgetful of his rank and long service appears to have entirely lost sight of what he owed to his own character, and to the credit of his Regiment, in failing to check the disorderly conduct of those subordinate to him; and in misleading his Commanding Officer by an unfounded report of the disgraceful transaction of which he was an indifferent spectator.
With regard to Lieutenant Dawson, his Majesty was pleased to express a hope, that the mark of displeasure with which he has also found it necessary to visit that officers conduct will be received as a general caution, that a witness giving evidence upon oath before a Court of Justice, is bound by the most solemn obligation to give the Court, in answer to the questions put to him, the fullest and most unreserved information in his power; and that evasive and reluctant answers on the part of a witness, being totally inconsistent with an obligation to speak the truth and the whole truth, must, in all cases, when brought under his Majesty's notice, subject such witness to the consequence of a course of conduct so highly improper.
His Royal Highness the Commander in Chief directs, that the foregoing charges against Brevet Major Andrew Wilder, Captain in the 35th Regiment, together with the finding and sentence of the Court, and his Majesty's pleasure thereon, shall be entered in the General Order Book, and read at the head of every Regiment in his Majesty's Service.
By Command of his Royal Highness, the Commander-in-Chief.
HENRY TORRENS, Adj.-General.
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WMT J18241202NPSWILDERAndrewMrDARING OUTRAGES.
A few days ago, the house of Mr. Andrew Wilder of Oldtown, in this County,
was entered by two men in Mr. Wilder's absence ...
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WMT J1823306NPAWILDERJohnEsqCHANCERY
Mathew Carlisle Wilder, a Minor, by Isabella Pollock, widow, his next friend, Plaintiff.
Hugh Pollock, and John Wilder, Esqrs., and others, Defendants.
The feigned Lessee of the said Minor and others against The casual Ejector. ... Set up to be Let by Public Auction for the Term of Nine Months ... All that and those, the HOUSE, OFFICES and DEMESNE of CASTLE WILDER, situate in the County of Longford, as the same were lately in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq., with right of Turbary.
Dated this 3d day of March, 1823.
Thomas Ball. For particulars apply to James Wensley Bond, Esq., the receiver, Edgeworthstown, County Longford; or to William Henry Crawford, the Minors Solicitor, 14 Merrion Square South, Dublin.
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WMT J18231030NPAWILDERJohnEsqCHANCERY.
Mathew Carlisle Wilder, a Minor, by Isabella Pollock, Widow, his next Friend, Plaintiff.
Hugh Pollock, and John Wilder, Esqrs., and others, Defendants.
... Set up to be Let by Public Auction, from the said 11th day of November, for and during the Minority of said Mathew Carlisle Wilder, now in his 17th year. All That and Those the House Offices and Demesne Lands of Castle Wilder, consisting of between 60 and 70 Acres ...
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WMT J1827809NPAWILDERJohnEsqCOUNTY LONGFORD TO BE LET, From November next, 1827, for such Term as may be agreed on, the undermentioned LANDS, being part of the estate of MATTHEW CARLILE WILDER, ESQ. CASTLEWILDER, House and Domain, containing about 66 Irish Acres, at present in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq. PART OF DO, commonly called the Rabbit Borough, containing 73 Acres, Irish, lately held by the Representatives of the late Francis Isdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1823306NPAWILDERMathew Carlislea minorCHANCERY
Mathew Carlisle Wilder, a Minor, by Isabella Pollock, widow, his next friend, Plaintiff.
Hugh Pollock, and John Wilder, Esqrs., and others, Defendants.
The feigned Lessee of the said Minor and others against The casual Ejector. ... Set up to be Let by Public Auction for the Term of Nine Months ... All that and those, the HOUSE, OFFICES and DEMESNE of CASTLE WILDER, situate in the County of Longford, as the same were lately in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq., with right of Turbary.
Dated this 3d day of March, 1823.
Thomas Ball. For particulars apply to James Wensley Bond, Esq., the receiver, Edgeworthstown, County Longford; or to William Henry Crawford, the Minors Solicitor, 14 Merrion Square South, Dublin.
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WMT J18231030NPAWILDERMathew Carlislea minorCHANCERY.
Mathew Carlisle Wilder, a Minor, by Isabella Pollock, Widow, his next Friend, Plaintiff.
Hugh Pollock, and John Wilder, Esqrs., and others, Defendants.
... Set up to be Let by Public Auction, from the said 11th day of November, for and during the Minority of said Mathew Carlisle Wilder, now in his 17th year. All That and Those the House Offices and Demesne Lands of Castle Wilder, consisting of between 60 and 70 Acres ...
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WMT J1827809NPAWILDERMatthew CarlileEsqCOUNTY LONGFORD TO BE LET, From November next, 1827, for such Term as may be agreed on, the undermentioned LANDS, being part of the estate of MATTHEW CARLILE WILDER, ESQ. CASTLEWILDER, House and Domain, containing about 66 Irish Acres, at present in the occupation of John Wilder, Esq. PART OF DO, commonly called the Rabbit Borough, containing 73 Acres, Irish, lately held by the Representatives of the late Francis Isdall, Esq. ... SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDWILDRIDGEAnneMrsOn the 28th of February, in her 70th year, after a long and painful illness, Anne Wildridge, wife of Geo. Wildridge, Esq. of James's-street, East. SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDWILDRIDGEGeorgeEsqOn the 28th of February, in her 70th year, after a long and painful illness, Anne Wildridge, wife of Geo. Wildridge, Esq. of James's-street, East. SdeM
LGA1814218NPDWILKINSJohnDr (DD)On Wednesday last in Galway, aged 102 years, Thomas WILKINS, Esq. M. D. many years surgeon of the conty Galway Hospital. He entered the army in his professional capacity early in life, and it was in his arms the immortal Gen. WOLFE died on the surrender of Quebec, in the year of 1753. His mode of living was most temparat, and his senses remained unimpaired to the last. He was a lineal descendant of T. WILKINS, captain in the army, who defended Pontifrac castle against CROMWELL's army, and younger brother of the late Dr. John WILKINS, Lord Bishop of Chester.NickR
LGA1814218NPDWILKINSTCaptOn Wednesday last in Galway, aged 102 years, Thomas WILKINS, Esq. M. D. many years surgeon of the conty Galway Hospital. He entered the army in his professional capacity early in life, and it was in his arms the immortal Gen. WOLFE died on the surrender of Quebec, in the year of 1753. His mode of living was most temparat, and his senses remained unimpaired to the last. He was a lineal descendant of T. WILKINS, captain in the army, who defended Pontifrac castle against CROMWELL's army, and younger brother of the late Dr. John WILKINS, Lord Bishop of Chester.NickR
LGA1814218NPDWILKINSThomasEsq MDOn Wednesday last in Galway, aged 102 years, Thomas WILKINS, Esq. M. D. many years surgeon of the conty Galway Hospital. He entered the army in his professional capacity early in life, and it was in his arms the immortal Gen. WOLFE died on the surrender of Quebec, in the year of 1753. His mode of living was most temparat, and his senses remained unimpaired to the last. He was a lineal descendant of T. WILKINS, captain in the army, who defended Pontifrac castle against CROMWELL's army, and younger brother of the late Dr. John WILKINS, Lord Bishop of Chester. [Surgeon, 35th Foot, 22 Mar 1747, purchase; resigned 1 Jun 1762; returned as Master Apothecary, Havana Hospital, 1 Jul 1762, Half-Pay 25 Dec 1763; still PH 1794]NickR
WMT G1835625NPMWILKINSONAnna Maria At Calcutta, Captain George L. Trafford, 10th Light Cavalry, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of G. Wilkinson, Esq., of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1823501NPMWILKINSONCaroline In St. Peter's Church, Captain William Patton, of the 12th Royal Lancers, to Caroline, youngest daughter of Captain Wilkinson, of the 3d Royal Veteran Battalion.SdeM
LC1826211NPMWILKINSONCatherine In Scotland, on Monday, Robert HOLMES, Esq. only son of Francis HOLMES, Esq. of Glenanore, Co. Cork, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Thomas F. WILKINSON, Esq. Alderman of this city.NickR
WMT G1835625NPMWILKINSONGEsqAt Calcutta, Captain George L. Trafford, 10th Light Cavalry, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of G. Wilkinson, Esq., of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J18271004NPDWILKINSONGeorgeEsq M DOn the 29th ult. at the Barracks of this town, Geo. Wilkinson, Esq., M.D., Assistant Surgeon 84th Regt. His remains was [sic] interred on Monday last with military honors, attended by the depot companies of the 33d and 84th regiments. SdeM
WMT J1823227NPDWILKINSONLydiaMrsOn Saturday last, at Bushy-Park, the seat of Sir Robert Shaw, Bart., Mrs. Lydia Wilkinson, aunt to Lady Shaw.SdeM
WMT J1825317NPDWILKINSONThomasAldSuddenly, at his house in Dominick-street, Limerick, on Friday morning, Alderman Thomas Wilkinson, sincerely lamented. SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMWILKINSONThomasEsqYesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Lewis, Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., of the County of Limerick, to Maria, fourth daughter of the late Maurice Studdert, Esq., of Elm Hill in said county.SdeM
LC1826211NPMWILKINSONThomas FEsqIn Scotland, on Monday, Robert HOLMES, Esq. only son of Francis HOLMES, Esq. of Glenanore, Co. Cork, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Thomas F. WILKINSON, Esq. Alderman of this city.NickR
LGA1807714NPSWILKINSONThomas FrancisCaptSaturday last a duel was fought near Castle Roberts in this Co between James D LYONS Esq & Jeffery BROWNING Esq the former attended by Capt Thomas Francis WILKINSON the latter by Capt LEE, when after exchanging one shot each without effect ...NickR
WMT J1828807NPDWILKINSONWilliamEsqAt her house in Clare-street, Limerick, Susan, wife of Robert Franklin Carroll, Esq. and daughter of the late William Wilkinson, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823501NPMWILKINSON CaptIn St. Peter's Church, Captain William Patton, of the 12th Royal Lancers, to Caroline, youngest daughter of Captain Wilkinson, of the 3d Royal Veteran Battalion.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPBWILLCOCKS DrOn the 20th instant, at Borris, County of Carlow, the lady of Doctor Willcocks, of a daughter. SdeM
LGA1819420NPAWILLETT MrAdvertisement for Mr WILLETT's school in CharlevilleNickR
WMT J1824729NPMWILLIAMEEsqOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
WMT J18271018NPDWILLIAMS(John)MrsIn Bandon, in the prime of life, Mrs. (John) Williams. SdeM
WMT J1828221NPDWILLIAMSBartholomewEsqOn Friday, the 8th instant, Bartholomew Williams, Esq. of Woodville, Co. Kildare. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMWILLIAMSC JEsqOn the 21st ultimo, C.J. Williams, Esq., of Hardwicke-street, Dublin, youngest son of the late Captain Williams, of the 9th Light Dragoons, to Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph W. Belcher, Esq., of Dominick-street, Dublin. SdeM
LEP-CS1830122NPSWILLIAMSCharles Committed to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealingNickR
FJ1827314NPMWILLIAMSEdwardEsqYesterday, in St Andrew's church, by the Rev G BLACKER AM, Thomas B, only son of Edward WILLIAMS of Clonliffe, Esq, to Sarah only daughter of the late Mr Luke SIBTHORP, of Place streetNickR
WMT J1826831NPMWILLIAMSEdwardMrIn Donnybrook Church, Mr. Edward Williams to Mrs. Mary Anne Danvers, of Mara Villa, relict of the late H. Danvers, Esq. of the Quarter-Master- General's Department. SdeM
FJ1826601NPMWILLIAMSElizabeth On Wed the 31st inst by his grace the RC Archbp of Dublin Richard WHITE of Bantry COR Esq eld s of the late Hamilton WHITE Esq & neph of the Earl of Bantry to Elizabeth eld d of James WILLIAMS Esq The ceremony having been first performed at Bray ch ...NickR
WMT G1835611NPBWILLIAMSFrancisMrThe wife of Mr. Francis Williams, Tadbrook, Hereford, of three female children, one of them still-born, the others alive and they are still living. SdeM
LS18411101NPSWILLIAMSGeorgeEsqList of passemgers and crew, lost and saved in the wreck of the Amanda of 26 September 1831NickR
WMT J1824812NPDWILLIAMSJ. BernardEsqOn the 17th instant, at Drumcondra Church, J. Bernard Williams, Esq., to Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of William Wood, Esq., Ex-Sheriff, and niece to Alderman Wood, M.P., London.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMWILLIAMSJames WilmotEsqOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
LGA1820208NPMWILLIAMSJohn BeamishEsqJohn Beamish WILLIAMS, Esq, of Bandon, to Mary, second daughter of William Field, Esq of CorkNickR
WMT J1824715NPMWILLIAMSJohn BernardEsqOn the 17th July, 1823, John Bernard Williams, Esq., to Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of Wm. Wood, Esq., Ex-Sheriff and niece to Alderman Wood, M.P., London.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPDWILLIAMSJosephMrOn Sunday, at New Ross, at an advanced age, Mr. Joseph Williams, a Member of the Society of Friends.SdeM
LC1833615NPMWILLIAMSMary In St Mary's church, Dublin, by the Rev W J PURDON, Gustavus, son of Richard WILSON Esq of Richmond street, to Mary daughter of Zachariah D WILLIAMS Esq of Stafford StreetNickR
WMT J1834417NPMWILLIAMSMary On Thursday morning, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. George Blacker, George S. Carleton, Esq., to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Williams, Esq., Hampton Lodge, Drumcondra. SdeM
LC_LM1774307NPDWILLIAMSPatrickMrDublin: At Johnstown, Mr. Patrick WILLIAMSNickR
WMT J1831120NPSWILLIAMSSamuelMrLONGFORD CLUB FOR THE PROPAGATION OF SEDITION, &C. (From the Longford Journal) ... As the public may not be aware who the parties are leading in our town, in justice to those who are NOT concerned in them we have annexed their names and occupations:- Mr. Simon Nicholls, Apothecary; Mr. Michael Maguire, Baker; Mr. Samuel Williams, Carpenter (and, we believe, heretofore Government Contractor for Barrack work); three Priests; two men who report for Dublin Papers * * * * and Mr. James Ganly, a Whiskey seller, who hopes that his present conduct will bring grist to his mill and obliterate the double sin of having been formerly a Policeman and the son-in-law of a Tithe Proctor. ... Mr. Thomas Pettit is a petty whiskey seller in Granard ... SdeM
FJ1854301NPMWILLIAMSSarah Prescot February 25, in St Peter's church, George Petrie son of the late Capt J CHRISTIAN RN to Sarah Presscott, eldest daughter of the late Wiltshire H WILLIAMS Esq MD of Thornville, BarbadosNickR
WMT J1827621NPDWILLIAMSThomasEsqIn St. Stephen's-green, on Friday, Thomas Williams, Esq., Proprietor of the Glass Manufactory, Marlborough-street. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMWILLIAMSThomasEsqOn Thursday morning, in St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. George Blacker, George S. Carleton, Esq., to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Williams, Esq., Hampton Lodge, Drumcondra. SdeM
WMT J1833509NPSWILLIAMSThomas ADDRESS. To the Rev. Richard Flood, Curate of Ballymacormick, late of Longford. ... understanding that you are about to emigrate to Canada ... Alexander Dudgeon Thomas Williams (Churchwardens) SdeM
FJ1827314NPMWILLIAMSThomas b Yesterday, in St Andrew's church, by the Rev G BLACKER AM, Thomas B, only son of Edward WILLIAMS of Clonliffe, Esq, to Sarah only daughter of the late Mr Luke SIBTHORP, of Place streetNickR
LC1827317NPMWILLIAMSThomas BeehwithEsqAt St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. George BLACKETT, Thomas Beehwith WILLIAMS, Esq. of Clonliffe Parade to Miss SIBTHORP, of Palace StreetNickR
WMT J1826914NPSWILLIAMSVanceMrAt a Meeting of the Board of Superintendence, held at the Gaol of Longford, on Saturday, the 9th of September, 1826, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin having this day handed in his resignation as Local Inspector, Resolved - That the same be accepted, and that we express to him our regret at losing so valuable and efficient an officer; and we beg to offer him our warmest thanks for the zeal and ability with which he discharged the various and important duties of that Office, during a period of so many years. Resolved - That Mr. Vance Williams, of Longford, be appointed temporary Local Inspector, in the room of the Rev. C.H. Minchin, resigned. Signed, FORBES, Chairman. SdeM
FJ18251130NPNWILLIAMSWilliam Meeting of Creditors — at the Royal Exchange this day at 2 O'Clock - Thomas R PERSSE, Dublin final dividend, Wm WILLIAMS agent, WILLIAMS & CLARKE assignees ... Alan F O'NEILL, Limerick, Final Dividend, Henry HARTON agent, John REDDAN assignee ...NickR
FJ1854301NPMWILLIAMSWiltshire HEsqFebruary 25, in St Peter's church, George Petrie son of the late Capt J CHRISTIAN RN to Sarah Presscott, eldest daughter of the late Wiltshire H WILLIAMS Esq MD of Thornville, BarbadosNickR
LC1833615NPMWILLIAMSZachariahEsqIn St Mary's church, Dublin, by the Rev W J PURDON, Gustavus, son of Richard WILSON Esq of Richmond street, to Mary daughter of Zachariah D WILLIAMS Esq of Stafford StreetNickR
WMT G1835305NPMWILLIAMS CaptOn the 21st ultimo, C.J. Williams, Esq., of Hardwicke-street, Dublin, youngest son of the late Captain Williams, of the 9th Light Dragoons, to Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph W. Belcher, Esq., of Dominick-street, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDWILLIAMS LtIn Limerick, of apoplexy, Lieutenant Williams, late of the 61st Regiment. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDWILLIAMS LtOn Thursday, in Limerick, of apoplexy, Lieutenant Williams, late of the 61st Regiment. SdeM
FJ1776801-03NPMWILLIAMS  Mr WILLIAMS of Georges Quay to Miss RACHAEL SWAN of said placeNickR
FJ1764901-04NPDWILLIAMSONChristopherCaptCapt Christopher WILLIAMSON of Whitehaven to Miss CHRISTIAN of Jawkins StreetNickR
WMT J1834403NPDWILLIAMSONJaneMrsOn the 19th inst., at Ranelagh, co. Dublin, Jane, wife of Richard Williamson, Esq., of Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDWILLIAMSONRichard On the 19th inst., at Ranelagh, co. Dublin, Jane, wife of Richard Williamson, Esq., of Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin. SdeM
FJ1842421NPMWILLIAMSONT PCaptOn the 19th inst, in Stillorgan church, Capt T P WILLIAMSON late 93d Highlanders to Mary youngest daughter of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons GreenNickR
WMT J18241223NPDWILLIAMSONW AEsqAt 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
WMT J18281106NPSWILLIAMSONW AEsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J1829414NPBWILLIAMSONW AEsqIn Longford the Lady of W.A. Williamson, Esq. of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1829716NPSWILLIAMSONW AEsqWHEREAS it has been represented to the Lord Lieutenant, that on the night of Monday the 1st of June, or early on the morning of the 2d of June ult., a Mill and Stores, &c. situate in the town of Longford, and belonging to W.A. Williamson, Esq. of the aforesaid town, were maliciously set on fire, and burned nearly to the ground, by some person or persons at present unknown ... SdeM
WMT J1830318NPSWILLIAMSONW AEsqLONGFORD ASSIZES.- RECORD COURT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19. Farrell and others, v. W. A. Williamson, Esq. BURNING PETITION. This was a traverse entered to a presentment made by the Grand Jury at the last Assizes to compensate W.A. Williamson, Esq. for a malicious destruction, by fire, of his Mills and Stores in the town of Longford on the 2d of June, 1829. ... SdeM
WMT J1828619NPSWILLIAMSONWilliam AEsqLONGFORD ROYAL CANAL HARBOUR. On Wednesday last the first stone of the Royal Canal harbour in this town, was laid by Wm. A. Williamson, Esq., our respected Sovereign ... SdeM
WMT J1833815NPSWILLIAMSONWilliam Alexander Mary Read a. Wm. Alexander Williamson and others. ... SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSWILLIAMSON Sovereign EsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
LC18031109NPMWILLINGTONAlicaMissA few days ago at Kiloscane? co Tiperary Ringrose DREW of Drewsborough co Clare Esq to Miss Alica WILLINGTON daughter of John WILLINGTON EsqNickR
LC18031109NPMWILLINGTONJohnEsqA few days ago at Kiloscane? co Tiperary Ringrose DREW of Drewsborough co Clare Esq to Miss Alica WILLINGTON daughter of John WILLINGTON EsqNickR
LGA1810323NPMWILLINGTONJohnEsqAt Killoakeane, George BENNET Esq, of Belville, to Miss WILLINGTON, daughter of John WILLINGTON, of Killoakeane, co TipperaryNickR
LC1826830NPSWILLINGTON CaptCaptain WILLINGTON's company, 84th Regiment, left this Monday, to replace a detachment of the same corps, at Bruff, under Lieutenant BULLMAN.NickR
LGA1810323NPMWILLINGTON MissAt Killoakeane, George BENNET Esq, of Belville, to Miss WILLINGTON, daughter of John WILLINGTON, of Killoakeane, co TipperaryNickR
WMT G1835205NPBWILLISFrederickCaptOn the 25th ultimo, at Halshead Park, Lancashire, the lady of Captain Frederick Willis, 9th Lancers, of a son. SdeM
WMT J1828515NPMWILLISJohnMrOn 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 J1828522NPMWILLISJohnMrAt St. Andrew's Church, by the Reverend Mr. Nevin, Mr. John Willis, of Trinity-street, to Mrs. Watson of Ardee. SdeM
WMT G1835212NPDWILLISJohnMrOn Tuesday evening, the 27th ultimo, Mrs. Willis, wife of Mr. John Willis, Professor of Music. SdeM
WMT J18271122NPDWILLISThomasRevOn the 9th inst. at the Rectory house, Bloomsbury, the Rev. Thomas Willis, L.L.D., Rector of that Parish, Prebendary of Rochester, and Vicar of Wateringbury, Kent. SdeM
LC1827616NPSWILLISThomas GRevnbsp;nbsp;The Lord Bishop of Limerick has been pleased to present the Rev. Thomas G WILLIS, D.D. To the Rectory of Derrygalyin, near this City, vice Mr. INGRAM deceased. The living of Kilmurry, also held by Mr. INGRAM, is in the givt of Government
 nbsp;The Rev, William LEWIS, Rector of Meelick, is appointed a Vicar Choral of the Cathedral of Limerick, in the room of the Rev. Henry IGRAM, deceased, on the presemntation of the Dean.
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LC1827801NPAWILLISWilliamDrCharleville School, By Doctor WILLIS, Master. Vacation will end Saturday, the 4th of August. The immediate attendance of all students is requested. July 28NickR
LGA18191012NPSWILLISWilliamRevOn Sunday last, the Lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination in the Cathedral the following gentlemen received Orders viz:--- William WILLIS, Priest; Pryce PEACOCK, T F MARTIN, Wm BOYLE, Wm HARDING, Michael Webb KEILY, Deacons.NickR
LS1838724NPMWILLISWilliam NRevThis morning at the temporary church in Bedford Row, by the Rev William N WILLIS, Edward BENNETT Esq of Ballintubber, in this co, to Jane daughter of the late W HARDING of Hardingsgrove EsqNickR
WMT G1835212NPDWILLIS MrsOn Tuesday evening, the 27th ultimo, Mrs. Willis, wife of Mr. John Willis, Professor of Music. SdeM
LC1827613NPMWILLIS RevYesterday at Kilmurry, by the Rev. Mr. WILLIS, Mr. Philip W. TAYLOR, don of the late Mr. John TAYLOR, of this city, brewer, to Catherine, daughater of the late Mr. Geo. TROUSDELL, of this city.NickR
WMT J1824219NPMWILLOCKEmily On the 9th instant, Lieutenant William Dunne, of the 25th, The King's Own Borderers, to Emily, only daughter of the late John Willock, Esq. formerly of the 50th Regt. and of Killney Park, in the County Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMWILLOCKJohnEsqOn the 9th instant, Lieutenant William Dunne, of the 25th, The King's Own Borderers, to Emily, only daughter of the late John Willock, Esq. formerly of the 50th Regt. and of Killney Park, in the County Dublin.SdeM
LGA1810302__NPMWILLOEHenryEsqIn Dublin Henry WILLOE Esq attorney to Mrs Mary ROYCE [nee CROKER] relict of the Late Nich Foord ROYCE Esq of Nantenant County LimerickNickR
LC1835506NPDWILLOEHenryEsqIn Dublin, Mrs WILLOE, mother of Thomas H F ROYCE Esq of Nantenant, in this coNickR
LC1835506NPDWILLOEMary (nee CROKER ow ROYCE)MrsIn Dublin, Mrs WILLOE, mother of Thomas H F ROYCE Esq of Nantenant, in this coNickR
WMT J18271115NPSWILLS MrCOURT OF KING'S BENCH. ... THIS DAY. The King at the prosecution of Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P. a. Thomas N. Edgworth and J. Montgomery, Esqrs. This morning the Solicitor General moved for a conditional order for a criminal information to be filed at the suit of Mr. Henry Grattan, Member of Parliament for the city of Dublin, against Thomas Newcomen Edgworth and James Montgomery, Esqrs., for provoking him to fight a duel, and for having written and caused to be published in the public prints, a Letter, in which the said Edgworth stigmatized Mr. Henry Grattan as a "libeller and coward". The Solicitor General was proceeding to read the Charging Affidavit, which set forth that Major Edgworth complained of having been libelled in Mr. Grattan's paper, "The Freeman's Journal"; and that the deponent knew of no offence he had given, except a paragraph contained in said paper could be so construed. ... Mr. Crampton, K.C. and Mr. Wills were both heard at great length in support of the application, which the Court was UNANIMOUS IN REFUSING. SdeM
DWJ17511019NPMWILLSONThomasMrLast Friday, Mr Thomas WILLSON of Tullamore in the King's co was married, at the Quakers Meeting House, in Meath street, to Miss Polly UNTHANK, daughter of Mr Robert UNTHANK of Francis street an agreeable young lady with 3000L fortuneNickR
Pue'sO17391106NPN/SWILLSONWilliamEsqWilliam WILLSON Esq is elected Member of Parliament for Limerick in the room of the Rt Hon Lt Gen PEARCE deceasedNickR
LC18271027NPBWILMAN[nee COLLINS] On the 22d instant, at Deptford, on the eve of embarkation for New South Wales, the Lady of Harvey WILMAN, Esq. Captain in his Majesty's 57th Regiment of Foot, eldest daughter of John COLLINS, Esq. Land Waiter and Searcher in the Port of Cork, of a son.NickR
LC18271027NPBWILMANHarveyCaptOn the 22d instant, at Deptford, on the eve of embarkation for New South Wales, the Lady of Harvey WILMAN, Esq. Captain in his Majesty's 57th Regiment of Foot, eldest daughter of John COLLINS, Esq. Land Waiter and Searcher in the Port of Cork, of a son.NickR
FJ1828630NPMWILMOTRobertRevAt Lyons, by the Rev Robert WILMOT, chaplain to lord Cloncurry, the Earl of Miltown to Lady Castlecoote. Immedioately after the ceromy they set out for his lordship's beautiful residence of RusboroughNickR
LEP-CS1828701NPMWILMOTRobertRevAt Lyons, by the Rev Robert WILMOT, chaplin to Lord Cloncurry, the Earl of Miltown to Lady Castlecoote, immediately afterwards they set out for his Lordship's beautiful residence of RusboroughNickR
FJ1804925NPSWILSON[Edward]CaptOn Sunday last, no little noise occurred in Cook-Street, and other avenused, for a short time, by the pursuit after a deserter by a party of the army. ... was met by Captain WILSON, chief peace officer, secured and given up to the party of the army...NickR
FJ1804925NPSWILSON[Edward]CaptSunday last, that very indefatigable chief peace-officer, Captain WILSON, arrested at a public house in Church Street, severeal suspected persons, upon one of whom he detected a number of counterfeit shillings ....NickR
FJ18041004NPSWILSON[Edward]CaptMonday night, Captain WILSON, the chief peace-officer, apprehended in a public-house in Francis-Street, twelve journeymen shoemakers, supposed to be sitting in combination. This active officer brought them before the Suprentendant Magistrate, who took mNickR
FJ1805406NPSWILSON[Edward]Capt... The affair being communicated to Captain WILSON, the Chief Peace Officer, he had suspicion of a young man who visited the house of Mr COCRAN...NickR
FJ1805406NPSWILSON[Edward]CaptThis week, Edward MURRAY of Greek Street was apprehended by Capital WILSON, the Chief Peace Office. The prisoner is charged with having committed a rape on Mary CARROL, in the county Tyrone, a young girl under thirteen years of age. ...NickR
FJ17931025NPSWILSON[Edward]MrMr WILSON [Edward] a police inspector corroborated the proof of the sword and pistol being found on the prisonerNickR
FJ1801606 bNPSWILSON[Edward]MrOn Wednesday last, by direction of the superintendent Magistrate Mr WILSON, the peace officer, with the assistance of petty constables apprehended John MAGRATH; Mat WHELAN, Thos KELLY, Hugh LAUGHLIN and Peter DOOLAN charged with robbing .. the Limerick mail coach a short time since, in which Mr BLOOD [Attorney - from earlier report] was unfortunately murderedNickR
FJ1803809NPSWILSON[Edward]MrSunday last, Mr [Edward] WILSON, the chief Peace officer, apprehended in New street, an old offender, named Dennis REDMOND, uncle to the wholesale dealer in pikes now in gaol in this city. ...NickR
FJ1804802NPSWILSON[Edward]MrMr Wilson, chief peace officer, proved his having apprehend the prisoners on the 1st of July last at the house, No 4, Cock-hill. He found some books, letters, and papers with them ...NickR
FJ17661021-25NPMWILSON[Frances Anne]MrsA few days since in London, Eliazer DAVY of Ubbotstown Hall, in Suffolk Esq to the Hon Mrs [Frances Anne] WILSON [widow of Edward Warter WILSON] , daughter of the late and sister of the present Lord Carbery [EVANS}NickR
LGA1816312NPDWILSON[nee EVANS]MrsOn Sunday, at her brother's house (George EVANS Esq) George St, Mrs WILSON relict of Richard WILSON of Clogjordan county Tipperary EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830618NPBWILSON[nee MONCK]Hon MrsAt Cahirconlish House, county Limerick, the Hon Mrs WILSON of a sonNickR
LEP-CS1830803NPDWILSON[nee MONCK]Hon MrsThis morning at Cahirconlish House, county Limerick, the Hon Mrs WILSON lady of Major WILSON and sister to the Rt Hon Lord MONCK — a lady universely esteemedNickR
FJ1825528NPDWILSONAEsqAt his brother's house in Omagh, A WILSON Esq formerly in the ExciseNickR
FJ18531224NPMWILSONAdamEsqDecember 22, in St Peter's church, Henry John WILSON Esq LRCSI of Whitechurch, Shropshire, tird son of R WILSON Esq of Limerick, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late Adam WILSON Esq of GlasgowNickR
FJ1800807NPMWILSONAlexanderEsqAt Limerick Alexander WILSON Esq merchant to Miss GABBET daughter of John GABBET EsqNickR
LGA1806617NPDWILSONAlexanderEsqAt Pk Lodge on Saturday morning, ... after a lingering illness Mrs WILSON relict of the late Alexander WILSON Esq of this city merch and daut of John GABBETT Esq of Rutland St. Her remains were interred yest morng in the family vault at Cahirconlish chNickR
FJ17691125-28NPDWILSONAmbroseEsqAmbrose WILSON of Cahirconlish EsqNickR
HDM17691125-28NPDWILSONAmbrose Ambrose WILSON of Cahirconlish EsqNickR
LC1826301NPDWILSONAnn In Bedford-row, Ann, daughter of the late Richard WILSON, Esq of Ballinacurra.NickR
FJ1826304NPDWILSONAnn In Bedfort Row, Ann daughter of the late Richard WILSON Esq of BallinacurraNickR
LGA1814927NPMWILSONAnnaMissOn Friday by the Rev John PARKER DD at Askeaton Church William PARKER Esq to Miss Anna WILSON d of William WILSON of Nantenant in this Co esqNickR
LEP-CS1831211NPDWILSONAnna Anna youngest daughter of Richard WILSON of Richmond Street DublinNickR
Cork Examiner1847125NPMWILSONAnneEsqAt Mallow on the 18th inst., by the Rev James GRANT, Arthur Gerald GEOGHEGAN Esq of Rock Cottage to Anne WILSON, granddaughter of Peter LE BAS Esq of Cabra Lodge, co DublinNickR
FJ1847129NPMWILSONAnne At Mallow, Arthur Gerald GEOGHEGAN Esq of Rock Cottage to Anne WILSON, granddaughter of Peter LE BAS Esq of Cabra Lodge, co DublinNickR
FJ18421001NPMWILSONAnne Henrietta September 27, at Watergrasshill, the Rev thomas Edwars EVANS, second son of the late Thomas Manning EVANS Esq MD of Cashel, co Tipperary, to Anne Henrietta eldest daughter of Edward WILSON of Scartbarry, co Cork, EsqNickR
FJ1861321NPMWILSONAnnie March 14, at Holy Cross, Edward William Cadwallader LLOYD, Esq, 7th Royal Fusileers, son of the Rev William LLOYD, Fenner Glebe, to Annie, daughter of Edward WILSON, Esq, Raheen Park, co TipperaryNickR
FJ1859725NPMWILSONAnnie Kate July 23, at Powerscourt Church, by the Rev Joshua Lacy BERNARD, AM, John N JEMISON Esq solicitor to Annie Kate youngest daughter of John WILSON Esq Drumcondera Terace, same coNickR
LC1833223NPDWILSONBenjaminEsqIn Cork, Frances wife of Benjamin WILSON Esq and daughter of the late Richard IEVERS of Greenpark EsqNickR
LC1833324NPMWILSONBenjaminEsqBenjamin WILSON of Templemore, co Tipperary, Esq to Miss Jane CROKER of Ballyoriel, co WexfordNickR
LEP-CS1833827NPMWILSONBenjaminEsqIn Wexford, Benjamin WILSON Esq to Jane third daughter of Doctor CROKER, of Beaufield, co WexfordNickR
LEP-CS1833830NPMWILSONBenjaminEsqBenjamin WILSON of Templemore, co Tipperary, Eq to Miss Jane CROKER of Ballyoriel, co WexfordNickR
FJ1841128NPMWILSONBenjaminEsqOn the 26th inst, at St Peter's church, Christian WILSON Esq eldest son of Benjamin WILSON Esq of Sledagh, in the co Wexford, to Emma Maria daughter of Toxton S WALKER Esq of leeson street in this cityNickR
HDM17701101NPNWILSONBenjamin sworn Goldsmith - Sat 27 OctNickR
CG HA1789518NPDWILSONCatherineMissLimerick, May 11. ... Yesterday at Pallas Kenry, Mr. JONES, of Tipperary, to Miss Catherine WILSON, daughter of Mr. John WILSON.NickR
FJ1789519NPMWILSONCatherineMissMr JONES of Tipperary to Miss Catherine WILSON daughter of Mr John WILSONNickR
WMT G1835312NPDWILSONCatherineMrsOn the 21st ultimo, at Tullamore, in the 82d year of her age, Mrs. Catherine Wilson, relict of the late Doctor Thomas Wilson, Rector of Ardstraw, County of Tyrone, and formerly Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. SdeM
FJ1851424NPDWILSONCatherine April 21, in Leeson-street, Catherine wife of Robert WILSON EsqNickR
LC18251130NPMWILSONCharlesEsqOn Monday, by the Rev. Richard DICKSON, at Kilkeedy Church, Charles WILSON, Esq. Of Newborough, eldest son of the late Ricjhard WILDON, Esq, of Ballinacurra, to Miss UNTHANK, daughter of the late Benjamin UNTHANK, Esq of this cityNickR
FJ18601027NPMWILSONCharles Monk October 25, at St Anne's church, Charles Monk WILSON of Cahirconlish House, Co Limerick, to Alice, second surviving daughter of the late Rev Hugh Edward PRIOR, formrly rector of St Mary's ClonmelNickR
LGA18191116NPSWILSONCharlotte We also feel regret in announcing, that yesterday morning, Charlotte, daughter of Richard WILSON, Esq. near this city, a young lady aged 20 years, immediately after breakfast, proceeded with a loaded pistol, taken from the arms kept for the protection of the house, to an upper room, inside where her sister lay ill, and melancholy to state, discharged the contents through her breast. No reason whatever can be assigned for committing this rash act. An inquest held on the body, yesterday---Verdict, insanityNickR
FJ1824628NPDWILSONChristianEsqOn the 24th inst at his seat near Wexford Christian WILON, Esq, who frequently filled the office of Mayor of that town ...NickR
FJ1825719NPMWILSONChristianEsqOn the 14th ult, at Rathaspeck church, co Wexford the Rev Richard KING to Dorethea youngest daughter of the late Christian WILSON, of Roseville EsqNickR
WMT J1825721NPMWILSONChristianEsqOn the 14th inst. at Rathaspick Church, Co. Wexford, the Rev. Richard King to Dorothea, youngest daughter of the late Christian Wilson, of Roseville, Esq. SdeM
FJ1841128NPMWILSONChristianEsqOn the 26th inst, at St Peter's church, Christian WILSON Esq eldest son of Benjamin WILSON Esq of Sledagh, in the co Wexford, to Emma Maria daughter of Toxton S WALKER Esq of leeson street in this cityNickR
LGA1811528NPAWILSONDavidEsqNotice
I request that no gentleman will Shoot on any part of the estates of David WILSON, Esq. In the County Clare, without my leave, as he has given me the Shooting of them. Poachers will be punished with the utmost rigour.
May 23
Edw. Lucius WILSON
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LEP-CS1833823NPDWILSONDeaneEsqAt Serpentine avenue, Sandymont, to the inexpressible grief of a fond father and nine children, Eliza wife of Deane WILSON Esq of the Treasury Dublin CastleNickR
FJ1825719NPMWILSONDorethea On the 14th ult, at Rathaspeck church, co Wexford the Rev Richard KING to Dorethea youngest daughter of the late Christian WILSON, of Roseville EsqNickR
WMT J1825721NPMWILSONDorothea On the 14th inst. at Rathaspick Church, Co. Wexford, the Rev. Richard King to Dorothea, youngest daughter of the late Christian Wilson, of Roseville, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835430NPBWILSONDuncan DDrIn Arthur-street, Belfast, on Saturday last, the lady of Doctor Duncan D. Wilson, of a daughter. SdeM
Pue'sO1754601NPN/SWILSONEdwardEsqHis Grace the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint Ralph Warter WILSON Esq to be Lt Col in the Regiment of Militia Dragoons of County limerick under the command of Charles Lord Viscount FANE in the room of Hon John EVANS Esq deceased

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

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

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FJ1766412-15NPMWILSONEdwardEsqA few days ago at Augher, Co Tyrone, Edward WILSON Esq to Miss Letitia BRUMFIELDNickR
LGA18081025NPMWILSONEdwardEsqJohn HUTCHINSON Esq Surveyor of Excise to Miss WILSON, daughter of Edward WILSON Esq of RichmondNickR
LGA1815203NPSWILSONEdwardEsqA few days since, that active magistrate, Edward WILSON, Esq. assisted by a party of the Forfarshire militia, apprehended, near Castle Durrow, Michael DOWLING, Michael KAVANAGH, and Thomas TYNAN, who are positively charged with the murder of Kyran CAMPION, a herd of Mr. LITTON's, near Johnstown.— They were, on Sunday last, committed to Kilkenny gaol. Upon this occasion, Mr. WILSON received much assistance from Mr. LAURENSON, chief constable. Mr. WILSON afterwards went went in pursuit of Maurice GRIMES and Edward LABARTE, both of whom he took into custody, and committed them to the gaol at Maryborough. They were charged with being part of the gang that were concerned in the dreadful outrage at Cullahil in October lastNickR
FJ1820829NPMWILSONEdwardEsqOn Thursday last, at Kilkeady church, Edward WILSON son of Maj WILSON commanding the Police in the Barony of Killnenanagh, co Tipperary to Isabella daughter of the late Thomas Goodricke PEACOCK Esq of Fort Etna, co LimerickNickR
LGA1820829NPMWILSONEdwardEsqOn Thurs, by the Rev Rich LLOYD, at Kilkeedy church, Edward WILSON Esq eldest son of Major WILSON, commanding the Police in the Barony of Kilnamanagh, county Tipperary, to Isobella, daughter of the late Thomas Goodrich PEACOCK of Fort Etne in this coNickR
FJ1822208NPDWILSONEdwardEsqAt Brasfort, co Tipperary, in the 52nd year of her age, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Mrs WILSON, wife of Edward WILSON Esq Chief Magistrate of Police in that countyNickR
FJ18421001NPMWILSONEdwardEsqSeptember 27, at Watergrasshill, the Rev thomas Edwars EVANS, second son of the late Thomas Manning EVANS Esq MD of Cashel, co Tipperary, to Anne Henrietta eldest daughter of Edward WILSON of Scartbarry, co Cork, EsqNickR
FJ18481114NPMWILSONEdwardEsqOn the 8th inst, at Holy Cross Church, Capt T F H ALMS of the 70th Regt, to Mary eldest daughter of Edward WILSON Esq of Raheen Park, co TipperaryNickR
FJ185075NPDWILSONEdwardEsqMay 5, at Fortwilliam Calcutta, Lt Edward WILSON of the 70th regt eldest son of Edward WILSON Esq of Raheen Park co TipperaryNickR
FJ1861321NPMWILSONEdwardEsqMarch 14, at Holy Cross, Edward William Cadwallader LLOYD, Esq, 7th Royal Fusileers, son of the Rev William LLOYD, Fenner Glebe, to Annie, daughter of Edward WILSON, Esq, Raheen Park, co TipperaryNickR
FJ1824827NPBWILSONEdwardjun EsqOn Monday at Brafort, co Tipperary, the lady of Edward WILSON jun Esq of a son and heirNickR
FJ185075NPDWILSONEdwardLtMay 5, at Fortwilliam Calcutta, Lt Edward WILSON of the 70th regt eldest son of Edward WILSON Esq of Raheen Park co TipperaryNickR
LGA1820829NPMWILSONEdwardMajOn Thurs, by the Rev Rich LLOYD, at Kilkeedy church, Edward WILSON Esq eldest son of Major WILSON, commanding the Police in the Barony of Kilnamanagh, county Tipperary, to Isobella, daughter of the late Thomas Goodrich PEACOCK of Fort Etne in this coNickR
LEP-CS1828115NPSWILSONEdwardMajMajor WILSON is to continue as a Chief Magistrate of Police, in the County of TipperaryNickR
LC1822202NPDWILSONEdwardMrsAt Brasfort, Co. Tipperary, in the 52d year of her age, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Mrs WILSON, wife of Edward WILSON, Esq. Chief Magistrate of Police for that countyNickR

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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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