King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 92

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

List of newspapers and where they might be found

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


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

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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LEP-CS18331008NPMWYLEYRobertMrAt Mountmellick, Mr Robert WYLEY to the daughter of Charles MEREDITH EsqNickR
WMT J18271220NPDWYLYFletcherEsqOn the 10th ult. Fletcher Wyly, Esq. of Glasson, sincerely and deservedly regretted by a numerous acquaintance. SdeM
WMT G1835219NPBWYNDHAMGColAt Drove, in Sussex, the lady of Colonel G. Wyndham, of a son. SdeM
WMT G1835611NPDWYNDHAMHenryMrsOn the 28th ult., at the house of his sister, Mrs. Henry Wyndham, near Ripley, in the 35th year of his age, after a severe illness, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Henry Somerset, second son of the late Right Hon. Lord Charles Henry Somerset, nephew of the Duke of Beaufort, and Lieutenant-Colonel of the 1st Royal Regiment of Dragoons. SdeM
WMT J1827809NPDWYNNEArthurRevAt Coolock Church, the Rev. Arthur Wynne, to Amelia, daughter of the late Rev. Francis Law. SdeM
WMT J1829414NPMWYNNEEdmundEsqAt Newport Church, county of Tipperary, Edmund Wynne, Esq., late of the 32d Regiment, to Miss Mary E. Phillips, second daughter of Richard Phillips, Esq. of Mount Rivers, county Tipperary. SdeM
WMT J1828103NPMWYNNEHenryRevJanuary 1, 1828, at Killucan, in this County, by the Rev. Henry Wynne, jun., the Rev. Edward Nixon, of Clonard, county of Meath, to Lucy Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Henry Wynne, of Killucan. SdeM
WMT J1828221NPDWYNNEHenryRevOn Monday last, at his house at Killucan, in this county, the Rev. Henry Wynne, Rector of that parish. SdeM
FJ1846528NPMWYNNEHenryRevOn 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 J1828103NPMWYNNEHenry (jun)RevJanuary 1, 1828, at Killucan, in this County, by the Rev. Henry Wynne, jun., the Rev. Edward Nixon, of Clonard, county of Meath, to Lucy Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Henry Wynne, of Killucan. SdeM
WMT J1828103NPMWYNNELucy Catherine January 1, 1828, at Killucan, in this County, by the Rev. Henry Wynne, jun., the Rev. Edward Nixon, of Clonard, county of Meath, to Lucy Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Henry Wynne, of Killucan. SdeM
LGA18181018NPSWYNNERobertEsqImatation Tea, Dublin Oct 17
Yesterday was brought on at the Customs House, before Robt WYNNE Esq The Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON & Hy HAMILTON Esq Commrs Of His M's Customs the trial of Nicholas ETCHINGHAM licenced grocer of No33 Kevin St ... William Howard LEE Esq (Examiner of Surveyor's and Landwriter's Books and principal Seizing Officer) ...
NickR
WMT J1826907NPDWYNNERobert On the 29th inst. in Dublin, the Rev. Robert Wynne, Rector of Kilmanan, in the County of Monaghan. SdeM
LGA1811507NPSWYNNERoberyEsqHis Royal Hiness the Prince Regent has, in the name and on behalf of his Majesty, been pleased, by letters patent under the Great Seal of Ireland, to constitute and appoint the Right Hon. Charles Henry Lord Castle-Coote, the Right Hon. John Ormsby VANDELEUR, Robert WYNNE, Esq. the Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON, the Hon. John JOCLYN, the Hon. Robert MOLESWORTH, together with Henry HAMILTON, Esq to be commissioners of his Majesty's customs and port duties in Ireland. NickR
WMT J1828228NPSWYNNEThomas OUTRAGES. On Sunday last, the 24th inst. while Mr. George R. Meares, of Killenboy, and his family, were attending Divine Service ... Last week an armed party entered the house of Thomas Wynne, in the neighbourhood of Ballymahon ... On the night of Ash Wednesday, the house of Mr. John Siggins, of Bonevally, near Athlone in this Co. ... SdeM
WMT J1826713NPDWYSEGLtAt Greenpark, near Ennis, where he had gone for the benefit of his health, Lieut. G. Wyse, 84th Regt. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMYATESArthurEsqOn the 10th instant, in Carlow Church, by the Rev. Lathum Coddington, Rector of Timolin, Benedict Arthur Yates, Esq., of Moon, County Kildare, and North Great George's street, Dublin, to Susanna Maria, only daughter of the Rev. Dr. Stone, of Carlow. SdeM
LC18351107NPMYEATESJohnRevAt St Mary's church, Donnybrook, the Rev William Butler YEATES eldest son of the Rev John YEATES, Rector of Drumcliffe, co Sligo, to Jane Grace youngest daughter of the late William CORBET Esq of DublinNickR
LC18351107NPMYEATESWilliam ButlerRevAt St Mary's church, Donnybrook, the Rev William Butler YEATES eldest son of the Rev John YEATES, Rector of Drumcliffe, co Sligo, to Jane Grace youngest daughter of the late William CORBET Esq of DublinNickR
WMT J18231211NPMYEATES MrOn the 30th ult. at Bath, Mr. Yeates, of the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden, to Miss Brunton, late of Hawkins-street Theatre.SdeM
LC1773830NPMYEATSBenjaminMrAt Tullimore, Mr Benjamin YEATS of William Street, Linen-Draper, to Miss BUTLER, eldest daughter of John BUTLER Esq of Dublin CastleNickR
WMT G1835115NPMYELLANDGeorgeRevAt Budleigh Salterton, on the 4th inst., John Manley, Esq., of Halbeton, to Mary, relict of the late Rev. Geo. Yelland. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMYELLANDMaryMrsAt Budleigh Salterton, on the 4th inst., John Manley, Esq., of Halbeton, to Mary, relict of the late Rev. Geo. Yelland. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDYELVERTON Dowager Viscountess AvonmoreOn the 7th inst. in giving birth to their infant child, deeply lamented, in her 22d year, Louisa Sarah, wife of Mr. John Mathews the younger, of Charles-street, Somer's-town, London, niece to the Dowager Viscountess Avonmore, and to Lady Bond, and cousin to Viscount Avonmore, principal Registrar of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland. [Yelverton] SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDYELVERTON Viscount AvonmoreOn the 7th inst. in giving birth to their infant child, deeply lamented, in her 22d year, Louisa Sarah, wife of Mr. John Mathews the younger, of Charles-street, Somer's-town, London, niece to the Dowager Viscountess Avonmore, and to Lady Bond, and cousin to Viscount Avonmore, principal Registrar of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland. [Yelverton] SdeM
WMT G1835507NPMYELVERTON  Viscountess AvonmoreAt Castlenock Church, by the Rev. William Archdall, A.M., the Rev. Charles Henry Archdall, of Cappoquin, son of the late Rev. Henry Archdall, Prebendary of Seskinna, and Vicar of Kilmeaden, to Matilda Adelaide, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Booth, of Harcourt-street, Esq., and sister to the late Viscountess Avonmore. SdeM
FJ18161016NPMYEOJamesEsqOn the 28th ult at Valenciennes, capt BUNWORTH of the 88th or Connaught Rangers to Miss YEO eldest daughter of James YEO Esq and sister to Commodore Sir James Lucas YEO RNNickR
FJ18161016NPMYEOJames LucasSir, CommodoreOn the 28th ult at Valenciennes, capt BUNWORTH of the 88th or Connaught Rangers to Miss YEO eldest daughter of James YEO Esq and sister to Commodore Sir James Lucas YEO RNNickR
FJ18161016NPMYEO MissOn the 28th ult at Valenciennes, capt BUNWORTH of the 88th or Connaught Rangers to Miss YEO eldest daughter of James YEO Esq and sister to Commodore Sir James Lucas YEO RNNickR
WMT G1835402NPMYIELDINGChristopherEsqAt Blennerville Tralee, Christopher Yielding, Esq., to Jane, daughter of the late T. Barry, Esq., of the Kerry Regiment of Militia. SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMYORKEJEsqIn Cornwall, J. Yorke, Esq., to Frances Antonia, daughter of the Right Honorable Reginald Pole Carew. SdeM
WMT J1813527NPMYORKEPhilipEarl of HardwickeOn Tuesday morning last, in St. Martin's Church, Dublin, Rear-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, Knt. to the Marchioness of Clanricarde. The Earl of Hardwicke, Marquis of Winchester, and the Right Hon. Charles Yorke, were present. After the ceremony the married couple left town immediately for Sydney Lodge, near Southampton.SdeM
WMT J1813527NPMYORKERight Hon. Charles On Tuesday morning last, in St. Martin's Church, Dublin, Rear-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, Knt. to the Marchioness of Clanricarde. The Earl of Hardwicke, Marquis of Winchester, and the Right Hon. Charles Yorke, were present. After the ceremony the married couple left town immediately for Sydney Lodge, near Southampton.SdeM
WMT J1813527NPDYORKESir Joseph SydneyRear-AdmiralOn Tuesday morning last, in St. Martin's Church, Dublin, Rear-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, Knt. to the Marchioness of Clanricarde. The Earl of Hardwicke, Marquis of Winchester, and the Right Hon. Charles Yorke, were present. After the ceremony the married couple left town immediately for Sydney Lodge, near Southampton.SdeM
WMT J1813527NPMYORKESir Joseph SydneyRear-AdmiralOn Tuesday morning last, in St. Martin's Church, Dublin, Rear-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, Knt. to the Marchioness of Clanricarde. The Earl of Hardwicke, Marquis of Winchester, and the Right Hon. Charles Yorke, were present. After the ceremony the married couple left town immediately for Sydney Lodge, near Southampton.SdeM
WMT J1828124NPDYOUNGArthurEsq Lt ColOn the 14th inst. Arthur Young, Esq., Lieutenant Col. Royal City Dublin Regiment, aged 82. SdeM
WMT J1829414NPDYOUNGBindyMrWith feelings of the most unfeigned regret we have to announce the decease of Mr. Bindy Young, at his splendid residence in the town of Hacketstown, county Carlow, who died on Wednesday the 29th ult., after a few days illness, in the 97th year of his age. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMYOUNGCharles SEsqOn the 14th ultimo, in St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Emly, Charles S. Young, Esq., youngest son of the late Rev. James Young, Rector of Timolin and Baylon, in the county Kildare, to the beautiful and accomplished Miss Mary Magrath, daughter of the late Folliott Magrath, of Dublin, Esq. After the ceremony, the happy couple set off for Lucan to spend the honeymoon. SdeM
WMT G1835226NPMYOUNGCharles Sheridan On the 14th instant, in St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Emly, Charles Sheridan, youngest son of the late Rev. J. Young, Rector of Timolin and Baylan, in the County Kildare, to Mary, daughter of the late Folliott Magrath, Esq., of Dublin. SdeM
LC1825831NPMYOUNGHenryLtOn Monday, in Newport Church, by the Rev. Matherw MOORE, Lieut. Henry YOUNG, of Annebrook, to Aliicia, daughter of the late Evan LEE, Esq and niece of Robert YOUNG, Esq of this city, deceasedNickR
FJ1825902NPMYOUNGHenryLtOn Monday, in Newport church, Lt Henry YOUNG of Annebrook, to Alicia daughter of the late Evan Lee Esq and niece to Robert YOUNG Esq of Limerick deceasedNickR
WMT J1825915NPMYOUNGHenryLtOn Monday, in Newport Church, County Tipperary, by the Rev. Matthew Moore, Lieutenant Henry Young, of Annebrook, to Alicia, daughter of the late Evan Lee, Esq. and niece to Robert Young, Esq., of Limerick, deceased. SdeM
FJ1848825NPMYOUNGHenry LindsayEsqAugust 19, in Paris, Henry Lindsay YOUNG, Esq of Cork, to Margaret Thornhill, only daughter of Wiliam B SWAN Esq of the same cityNickR
FJ18581210NPMYOUNGHenry WilliamEsqDecember 8, in Limerick, Henry Wm. YOUNG Esq eldest son of Henry YOUNG Esq Annbrook, Nenagh of the 66th regt, to Maria Georgina youngest daughter of teh late George LEE Esq solicitor NenaghNickR
FJ18581210NPMYOUNGHenry WilliamEsqDecember 8, in Limerick, Henry Wm. YOUNG Esq eldest son of Henry YOUNG Esq Annbrook, Nenagh of the 66th regt, to Maria Georgina youngest daughter of teh late George LEE Esq solicitor NenaghNickR
FJ1821529NPMYOUNGJEsqAt Chester, Thomas Goodrich PEACOCKE, Esq Capt in 55th Regt eldest son of the late Thomas G PEACOCKE of Fort etna, Co Limerick, to Miss YOUNG daughter of J YOUNG Esq of CheshireNickR
WMT J1824219NPMYOUNGJRevAt Mornington, in this county, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. J. Young, Thomas Dillon, Esq., M.D. to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late John Dillon, Esq. of Arran-quay, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMYOUNGJRevOn the 11th inst. in Termon Church, by the Rev. J. Young, the Rev. A. Christie to Miss Mann, eldest daughter of Dean Mann, of Corvey Lodge, County Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835226NPMYOUNGJRevOn the 14th instant, in St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Emly, Charles Sheridan, youngest son of the late Rev. J. Young, Rector of Timolin and Baylan, in the County Kildare, to Mary, daughter of the late Folliott Magrath, Esq., of Dublin. SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMYOUNGJamesRevOn the 14th ultimo, in St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Emly, Charles S. Young, Esq., youngest son of the late Rev. James Young, Rector of Timolin and Baylon, in the county Kildare, to the beautiful and accomplished Miss Mary Magrath, daughter of the late Folliott Magrath, of Dublin, Esq. After the ceremony, the happy couple set off for Lucan to spend the honeymoon. SdeM
LC1797111NPMYOUNGJaneMissSunday last, Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, of Dublin, C. M. T., to the agreeable Miss Jane YOUNG, daughter of Mr, Robery YOUNG, of Newcastle, near this city, with a pleasing fortune.NickR
LEP-CS1829102NPMYOUNGJohnEsqIn St Anne's church, Dublin, Thomas Blennerhassett THOMPSON, Esq. second son of Pether THOMPSON, Esq. of Tralee, county Kerry, to Meliora Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late John YOUNG, Esq. of Philpotstown, county Meath.NickR
WMT J18271004NPDYOUNGKeithColAt Le Mans, in France, Col. Keith Young, formerly of the 71st Regt. SdeM
LEP-CS1829102NPMYOUNGMeliora Mary Jane In St Anne's church, Dublin, Thomas Blennerhassett THOMPSON, Esq. second son of Pether THOMPSON, Esq. of Tralee, county Kerry, to Meliora Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late John YOUNG, Esq. of Philpotstown, county Meath.NickR
LC1825831NPMYOUNGRobertEsqOn Monday, in Newport Church, by the Rev. Matherw MOORE, Lieut. Henry YOUNG, of Annebrook, to Aliicia, daughter of the late Evan LEE, Esq and niece of Robert YOUNG, Esq of this city, deceasedNickR
FJ1825902NPMYOUNGRobertEsqOn Monday, in Newport church, Lt Henry YOUNG of Annebrook, to Alicia daughter of the late Evan Lee Esq and niece to Robert YOUNG Esq of Limerick deceasedNickR
WMT J1825915NPMYOUNGRobertEsqOn Monday, in Newport Church, County Tipperary, by the Rev. Matthew Moore, Lieutenant Henry Young, of Annebrook, to Alicia, daughter of the late Evan Lee, Esq. and niece to Robert Young, Esq., of Limerick, deceased. SdeM
WMT J1826427NPMYOUNGRobertEsq RNIn Cork, Robert Young, Esq., Royal Navy, to Miss Wright. SdeM
LC1797111NPMYOUNGRobertMrSunday last, Mr. Stephen GOGGIN, of Dublin, C. M. T., to the agreeable Miss Jane YOUNG, daughter of Mr. Robert YOUNG, of Newcastle, near this city, with a pleasing fortune.NickR
WMT G1835129NPBYOUNGWalterRevOn the 14th instant, the lady of the Rev. Walter Young, of Lisbelaw, County Fermanagh, of a son. SdeM
FJ1826825NPMYOUNGWilliam EEsqBy the Rev Henry GUBBINS, on Saturday at St John's Limerick, William E YOUNG Esq of Neragh, to Gertrude, daughter of the late Richard TAYLOR of Rock Abbey in that county, EsqNickR
FJ18581027NPMYOUNGWilliam EnglandEsqOctober 11, at St Wherbugh's church, Wm E YOUNG Esq Rathkeale, to Mary Melian, eldst daughter the Rev Abraham M EVANSON, rector of Agnamcastle, co TipperaryNickR
WMT J18261102NPDYOUNG EnsIn Boyle, Ensign Young, of the 33d Regiment. This gentleman was in his 19th year. SdeM
WMT G1835423NPDYOUNG MajAt Edinburgh, Major Young, 79th Highlanders, to Sarah Burdon, only surviving daughter of the late Thomas Milles Riddell, Esq., of Mount Riddell, Stirlingshire. SdeM
FJ1821529NPMYOUNG MissAt Chester, Thomas Goodrich PEACOCKE, Esq Capt in 55th Regt eldest son of the late Thomas G PEACOCKE of Fort etna, Co Limerick, to Miss YOUNG daughter of J YOUNG Esq of CheshireNickR
WMT J1827712NPMYUINJamesMrMr. James Yuin, of Newry, merchant, to Miss Mary Anne Hendron, second daughter of the late Wm. Hendron, of Belfast, Esq. SdeM
FJ18551123NPM  Chief JusticeNovember 21, in Limerick, Richard ROSE Esq of Ahabeg, in that co, to Elizabeth Verecker, eldest daughter of Thomas JARVIS Esq and niece to the Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, EnglandNickR
DWJ1725605NPS   Mortality in Dublin week ending 21 May 1725NickR
Pue'sO17361211NPS   We hear ... From Bandon in the co of Cork that a vessell from Virginia, bound for Glassgow, was lately put ashore near Crookhaven, but had received no damage, till the country people came down and plundered herNickR
BNL1738324NPA    Advertisements of a moderate length are inserted in this Paper at two shillings for the first time, and six-pence for every other time they are continued, so that Gentlemen who live in the country, and are pleased to advertise in this paper, are requested to give orders along with them how often they shall be continued.
 'Tis hoped that my good Customers will not take amiss that their advertisements were not inserted now nor formerly, as there was so much news and the Lords Protest; but they shall be continued as Oportunity offers, there being a whole large sheet furnished for that purpose
NickR
Pue'sO1738415NPS   This day an Inn-Keeper is to be hanged at Belfast on his own sign post, for harbouring robbers, and receiving goods knowing them to be stolenNickR
Pue'sO1741801NPS   This week a girl who was a drummer, for a considerable time, in the Hon Col BLIGH's regiment of Foot on duty here, was discharged, a handsome collection was made for her by the officersNickR
Pue'sO17411024NPS   Yesterday morning a woodcock was shot in St Worboroughs church yard, in this cityNickR
MJ1750504NPA   Kilfinane fairNickR
Pue'sO1752825NPA   

Bangher Fair

Will begin on the 15th of September next according to the New Style which day, but for the change of style would have been the 4th of said month.
NickR
Pue'sO1753410NPS   One Night last week the following off affair happened between a man and his wife who live in Bolton-street, viz, he being subject to Quarrel when in liquor, had often told her he would put her in Bedlam to prevent speaking to for being drunk; and accordingly on said night, assisted by some fellows, forced her into a coach, and actually lodged her there; but the next morning the Surgeons going to visit the Prison found the Woman to be in her perfect senses, and to her Husband's no small mortification, sent her home to him again, desiring her to send him there, as by his behaviour he seemed to be a proper Object for such a Place.NickR
Pue'sO1754101NPS   Same evening a man held a wager of a Guinea that he could carry half hundred weight between his teeth from the Watch House in James's Gate to the Poor House at the upper end of James's street without stopping to rest, which he performed in a short time and won the wager, with the loss only of one of his teethNickR
Pue'sO1754622NPS   Sunday last a man in Black Horse Lane, who after the Examplle of his betters, had been zealously serving the Devil in an Ale House, went home in a pious Fit to discipline his Wife, who had lain in but three Days, and the flesh proving too weak for the Spirit, he beat her in so cruel a manner, that her life is greatly despaired of. The women in the Neighbourhood, resenting so inhuman an Action, rose in a body, and, after giving him a sober Pumping and making him stand two hours In the Stocks, dismissed him, on his giving his Parole to his good Behaviour for the FutureNickR
Pue'sO17541109NPS   Thursday morning last about 5 O'clock, a most terrible fire broke out in St Werburgh's church, which in a few hours entirely consumed that fine fabrick, nothing being preserved but the bells and the clock in the steeple, which was done with difficulty...NickR
Pue'sO17551101-04NPS   Wednesday, October 29] At night a chaiseman driving his chase along the North Strand leading from the Ship Buildings to Howth, the horse fell in to one of the many deep holes that are now in the very middle of the road, by which it was quite lam'd, the chair broke to pieces, and the chaiseman and two persons who were greatly bruised. These holes are made by the dairymen and their servants, to dig gravel out to clean their churns, at the hazard of the limbs and lives of thier fellow creatures; and they wickedly persist in it, altho' they well know many persons have been terribly hurt and great damage done. If these holes are not immediatllely stopped up, the names of the persons who dig them will be setforthNickR
FJ1763917-20bNPN   We think it necessary to declare that this is not to be considered a common newspaper character inserted for hire. It is a character well known; and while we think it a duty to the public and to the deceased to do them justice after death we take the opportunity of assuring our readers, that we shall for no consideration insert characters that are not well known or very well attendedNickR
FJ17641015bNPS   A gentleman passing through Patrick's Well Lane was chance splashed by a Hackney coach horse; upon which the humane Gentleman drew his sword; and ran the Beast through the body, of which it instantly expired, the coachman followed the Gentleman and found out his name; and marked a writ against him for 18l damage which he is obliged to payNickR
FJ17641220NPS   In the evening a Hackney Chaisman drove his horse and chaise into the watering place in Barrack St, but going out too far, they were carried away by the rapidity of the current, and both the man and the horse were unfortunately drownedNickR
FJ1765305-09cNPS   The following is a striking instance of the powerful effects of the imagination on the human mind: a few days ago a ballad singer, acting in his profession on Crampton Quay, entertained the neighbourhood with a new song, called the upstart coal porter, to the tune of Lilly-bo-lero — a coal porter on said Quay, thinking the he was person meant, immediately grew frantic, thence to outrageous madness, but he was instantly bound with cors, so as not to injure himself or any other person. His friends are preparing a cell in Bedlam for his immediate reception.NickR
LC1769501NPS   We hear from Bruff that nine houses were consumed there yesterday morning, by means of some country people who sat up Playing Cards and threw the Snuff of a Candle among some Flax.NickR
HDM1769624NPN   Colonel FORD appointed commander of the forces in the East Indies and several young gentlemen who are going with him as volunteers sailed for Holyhead in the packet boatNickR
LC1779412NPS   Last Sunday night a fire broke out in Charleville which destroyed forty thatched houses, and we hear the changing of the wind prevented the whole town from being consumedNickR
LC1783501NPS   Last Thursday evening a Boy who climbed up a tree in St. Mary's church-yard, fell from thence, and pitching on a tomb-stone, he was unfortunately killed on the spotNickR
LC1785613NPS   Last Saturday, a woman who has been for some time past disordered in her mind, threw herself into the river near Thormond Bridge, and before assistance could be given, was unfortunately drowned.NickR
LC1785815NPA   To be set
From the first day of November next, for such terms as shall be agreed upon, the House and Demise of Spa Hill, the house is built but two years, its very fit for the Reception of a genteel family, and is situated in a fine Sporting Country, within a few minutes walk from the Town of Kilfinan: If the House is not set, it will be sold on pleasing terms to a Purchaser, as the sum agreed for, will be received by 100l. a year until the whole is discharged.
August 8, 1785.
NickR
London Chron1786708NPS   A letter from Limerick, received by a Merchant in the city, has the following article:— We have just received an express from Kilmallock, that a body of White Boys had entered that town, and were about to plunder the houses of several of the inhabitants, but the alarm being given, about 400 of the inhabitants armed themselves, and marched to that part of the town where they entered ; but there being not above 50 in number, they thought proper to retreat; they pursued them for some miles, but at length they took into a wood, and escaped for a time; the pursuers have surrounded the wood, where they are determined to continue till they surrender, which they must do, or perish for want of thenecessities of life. A body of soldiers has marched to relieve the Kilmallock people, so that we expect in a day or two to hear they are all taken.NickR
CG HA1789115NPA   list of peopleNickR
CG HA17901215NPS   population of Limerick p/cNickR
LC1793710NPS   Riot at BruffNickR
LC1793810NPS   Cork, August 8. Three days ago, two French Men were taken up in Charleville, on the Alien Act.NickR
FJ1794408NPS   A young Amazon in the purlieus of Barrack Street, a few days since, dressed herself in mens' apparel, and enlisted with a recruiting sergeant; She obtained five guineas of her bounty money and contrived to spend it to her liking before the skin merchantNickR
FJ1794417NPS   murder - see P/CNickR
FJ1794410++NPA   Advertisement for growers of flax and hempNickR
LC17961109NPA   List of Master Coopers in Limerick 1796NickR
LC1799116NPS   Sunday night, three houses in the town of Charleville were accidently burnt downNickR
FJ1802105NPS   Several persons were tried, and sentenced to transportation and penitentiary for petty offencesNickR
FJ1806701NPS   The place where the Tyburn Tree once stood is changed into an elegant Crescent, and has obtained the name TrafalgerNickR
LGA1807821NPA   619 guineas reward
Robberies and rewards
NickR
LC1810919NPS   Monday last, the following persons were transmitted from our County and City Jail, to Cork, where they are to embark on board the transport ship, Providence, for Botany Bay:—
  COUNTY—Patrick O'BRIEN,*—Thomas MADDIN,*—T. ANGLUN,*—J. SARGINT,*—J. FOWLER, alias CARROL*—Tim SHEEDY,—and Catherine HENNESSY, alias CRONIN.
  CITY—Daniel DANEHER,*—Richard CLARKE,*—Michael MOYLAN,*—Bridget BULLEN,—M. CASSEY;—Mary LYONS,—Michael RYAN,—and Michael MOLONY.
  Thus * marked, were ordered to be hanged, and their sentence humanely commuted to transportation.
NickR
LGA1811430NPS   Riot at Kilkishen, county ClareNickR
LGA1817520NPN/S   Mail times for mail from Limerick to CorkNickR
LGA1817530NPS   Fire:— A most alarming and destructive fire broke out about eleven o'clock on the night of Sunday last, in the house next to the Post Office, Charleville, which consumed the three next adjoining houses, together with most of the property therein, although the most active exertions of the Inhabitants of the Town and the military were used to prevent its ravages. It is supposed the Post Master has suffered materially.NickR
LGA18171024NPS   Election County Limerick TreasurerNickR
LGA18171111NPS   Election County Limerick TreasurerNickR
FJ1818912NPS   Spurious Tea — We perceive by the Limerick Papers that the Excise Officers continue to make large seizures of Imitation Tea and other deleterious articlesNickR
FJ1818926NPA   Adulterated tea — Those persons who have been in the habit of supplying some of the retail grocers with spurious tea will hear of something to their advantage by leaving their names and addresses for P Q at the office of this paper; who will observe the most rigid confidence in any communications upon the subject.NickR
LGA18181117NPS   List of representatives of Charleville county CorkNickR
LGA1819108NPS   List of crims of prisioner committed to Limerick jailsNickR
LGA1819316NPS   Report on the Assizes — lists of Jurors and those found guiltyNickR
LGA1819316NPS   Appointments to the grand juries of Limerick city and CountyNickR
LGA1819405NPS   Contributors to the repairs of St George Church LimerickNickR
LGA1819727NPS   Friday last, the High Sheriff of the County of Limerick received an order to transmit forthwith, the convicts under sentance of transportation in the Gaol of said county to Cork, to be shipped for Botany Bay---A similar order ... received by City SheriffNickR
LGA1819921NPS   Public nuisance — Canal bathingNickR
LGA18191228NPA   Reward for the murders of the Rev John MULQUINNYNickR
LGA18201006NPS   Convicts to Botany BayNickR
LC1823507NPS   On Sunday night, the house of a poor woman, residing near Bruff, was set on fire and consumed, at the early hour of nine o'clock. She had given evidence at the last Assizes.NickR
FJ1823815cNPS   Female Cricketers — Monday, a singular match of cricket was played at Bockland, in Kent, between ten married men and ten single women employed in the paper mill. The match was contested with uncommon spirit on both sides, the single women beating by about twenty runs, in the last innings the women got 113 runs. Afterwards the party adjourned to the Cherry Tree where supper, to be paid for by the losers was sumptuously served up. After the cloth was remove, the buxom party joined in a merry dance till a late hourNickR
LC1823910NPS   A diary of weather for August, 1823,
Thermometer —Highest, 72.—Lowest, 41.
Barometer —Highest, 30.10. —Lowest, 29.30.
Weather— Sunshine, cloudy, and rain, more or less, every day this month.
Wind in general —S. W. — W. — N. W.
Quantity of rain, 1 inch 7 tenths.
NickR
LC18231227NPS   On Tuesday last, at Clonmel Sessions under the Insurrection Act, William DWYER, Patrick ENGLISH, Thomas PHELAN, James FLEMING, Darby LAHY, Edward NEILL, and James DONOVAN, were tried for being absent from their dwellings, and having invited Hamilton __RRY, of the 1st Royals, to drink improper toasts at the village of Cullen. They were all found guilty, and sentenced to seven years transportation.NickR
LC1824204NPS   We hear it is in contemplation to establish a Library in this city, exclusively for the use of the Clergy of the Diocese --- In England, Clerical Libraries are to be met within almost every Bishoprick.NickR
LC1824218NPS   The ship Prince Regent, with convicts, for Botany Bay, sailed on Saturday [14 Feb] from CorkNickR
LC1824501NPS   Six police convicted of manslaughter at the Maryborough Assizes, are on their way to embark at Cork, for Botany Bay.NickR
LC1824605NPS   Mr. John BOYLE, Proprietor of the Cork Freholder, was knocked down by a severe blow to the head from a weapon, by a person unknown, in the streets, on Monday night; his recovery is doubtful.NickR
LC1824728NPS   Last night a melancholy accident occurred at Bruff. A young gentleman, who had just returned from fowling, placed his gun in the corner of a room, and left the appartment; a boy of twelve years old, took up the gun, and presented to at another child, when it unfortunately went off, and ladged the contents in the adomen—he died in three minutes after.NickR
LC1824901NPS   Printed returns of the names of the townlands, parishes, &c. County Galway, have this week been distributed by the treasurer to the landholders.NickR
LC1825409NPS   Request to furnish Parliament with return of classes of freeholdersNickR
LC1825423NPS   On Monday night last, an unoccupied house on the lands of Moorstown, near Kilfinan, was maliciously burned; and on the following night, another house on the same lands shared the same fate, together with turf, timber, and farming utensils which were deposited there.NickR
LC1825525NPS   The Police of Kilmallock stopped a cow on Friday supposed to have been stolen.NickR
LC1825709NPS   This week, a woman happened to pass through a field near Bruff, in this county, in which a bull was, was gored to death by the animal; and what is remarkable, she was on her way to the Sessions there, to prosecute the owner of it for assault.NickR
LC1825827NPS   The following persons, natives of Ireland, died from the heat of the weather at New-York in July:—Charles QUIN. Patrick KEATON, William PATTON, John MEIGHIN, Francis DUFFY, Andrew KELLY, John RILEY, Edward BRODERICK, Wm. LONG, Patrick WELSH, Ellen RICHARDS, Wm. PATTERSON, Joseph DWYERNickR
LC18251203NPA   Notice
In consequence of an unforesen event, the Ball which was to have taken place at Hussey's Hotel, Kilmallock, on Tuesday, the 6th Instant, is unavoidably postponed till further notice
Kilmallock, December 3, 1825.
NickR
LC1826322NPS   The Kilmallock and Charleville Road Bill was read a third time in the House of commons, on Thursday, and passed. [An Act for more effectually repairing the Road leading from the Bounds of the Counties of Limerick and Cork, between the Towns of Kilmallock and Charleville, to the City of Cork. [22d March 1826.] 48 pages]NickR
LC1826415NPS   The Trustees under the New Act for repairing the road from Limerick to Cork, between Kilmallock and Charleville, are to meet in Mallow, on the 17th instant.NickR
LC1826513NPS   An infamous attempt was made, on Tuesday, by two women of indifferent character, near Kilmallock , to fasten a charge of violation, house breaking and robbery, on one of the County Police. The case was tried before five Magistrates at Petty Sessions, where it was proved satisfactorily, that the accused was altogether innocent of the charge, and that it originated in falsehood and malice.NickR
LC18261021NPS   The military survey of Ireland is making great progress. The greater part of the Counties of Derry and Antrim and finished, and will shortly be published in parish maps of six inches to the mile. As it is the intention of the Government that the military survey should be combined with a naval one of the coast, which is to commence next summer, the whole strength of the military corps employed will next commence at Donegal. Thus in ywo years three counties will be complete, and a correct delineation given of the sea coast extending from Sligo Bat to Belfast Lough; one on which there are many lives and property lost, is not to be found in equal extent along the coast of the British Isles.NickR
LC1827207NPS   On Monday night, a soldier of the 66th foot was fired at on his post in the town of Kilfinan, by one of three men, and wounded severely in the arm. The assassin escaped, but the arm of the soldier was yesterday amputated.NickR
LC18271117NPS   By the Thetis from Quebec, which arrived yesterday to Its owner, Mr SPRAIGHT, we have received a file of Quebec and Montreal Gazettes, to a resent date in October.
The 15th Regiment, Lieut-Colonel MACLOUGH, were reviewed for the first time since their arrival at Kingston, Upper Canada, by Major-General Sir Peregrine MAITLAND. His Excellency expressed great satisfaction at the appearance and evolutions of the Regiment, which executed with uncommon ease and accuracy.
The half-yearly inspection of the 79th Highlanders, Lieut.-Colonel DOUGLAS, at Quebec, was fixed for Tuesday, the 30th of October.
The Lieutenant-Governor has exercised the Royal prerogative in favor of the Roman Catholics sentenced to imprisonment for the riot last 12th of July.
The Governor-General Lord Dalhousie and Lady, Hon. Colonel RAMSAY, Major-General DARLING, Captain HAMILTON, and Captain MAULE, 79th Regiment had landed at Quebec, from the Provincial Tour, and were received at the King's wharf by a guard of honor of the 66th Regimens, under command of Captain DANIEL.
The Briton, of 48 guns, Hon. Captain GORDON, had arrived from Portsmouth, with Commissioner BARRIE, and a number of officers for service on the Lakes, and expediting the fortifications.
A splendid monument to the late Duke of York is to be erected at Frederickson, New Brunswick, and the officers and soldiers of the Army in that Province have subscribed to that object.
Lord Dalhousie has given 23l. to a Natural History Society, just formed at Montreal.
The Hon. Mr. PERCEVAL, Collector of H. M. Customs at Quebec, and Dr. FORBES, of the Medical Staff, sailed for England. with a number of military invalids.
An Irishman, of the name of O'BRIEN, had robbed a fellow-traveller, Walter FITZHENRY, of 40I. in the Lower Town of Quebec, and absconded.
The Hills about Quebec are covered with snow, and frost had set in pretty hard.
The Betsey, Carroll, had cleared at Quebec, for Tralee.
Foreign settlers have increased this year 6,328.
NickR
LEP-CS1828111NPS   List of principal officers of the Irish RevenueNickR
LEP-CS1828115NPS   Wednesday last, as a party of relatives and friends were engaged in the process of waking a man, at Blackrock, near Cork, the supposed victim of grim death rose from his bed, to the dismay and confusion of all present.NickR
LEP-CS1828212NPN   Union of Limerick Evening Post and Clare SentinalNickR
LEP-CS1828725NPS   The fair of Bruff, on Wednesday, was rather thinly attended. There was slow demand for Milch Cows, which were not numerous; some good ones went off so low as 10l. each. Strippers, 5l. and 6l. each. Yearlings sold pretty well at 4l. 5l. 5l.l. and were much looked for. Sheep tolerable in supply, and maintained fair prices, going at 38s. and 40s. each for prime lots. Pigs in no demand, a great number returned without being at all enquired for. No horses.—No rioting.NickR
LEP-CS1828825NPA   Printer's advertisementNickR
LEP-CS1829317NPS   The Kilfinan Brunswick PetitionNickR
LEP-CS1829331NPS   The body of a child was found, last week , near the Abbey of Kilmallock, County Limerick. Every enquiry has been made, but no trace found of its unnatural parents.NickR
LEP-CS1829414NPS   We regret to learn that two men, keepers on a property in Ballinvarner, near Kilmallock were murdered on Sunday night and their bodies thrown into a ditch.NickR
LEP-CS1829821NPS   Report on attacks by blacks in Launceston, New South Wales [Tasmania] 22 March various killingsNickR
LEP-CS1830105NPS   

IRISH, EXCISE AND CUSTOME

  The Customs House of Dublin, which cost the Public £561,302, in erecting, is this dayto be abandoned by both the Commissioners of Excise and Customs, whose Boards will on that day be dissolved, and all the revenue business relating to England, Ireland and Scotland be transferred to the Board in London, to whom the Collectors and Comptrollers are to report direct.—Pilot
NickR
LEP-CS1830409NPS   St George's Church, Limerick, will soon be converted into an establishment for transacting the business of the Irish Provincial Bank. A free Church, in leiu, will be erected in the vacinity of New-SquareNickR
LEP-CS1830423NPS   At a late Vestry meeting held in the Church of St. Iberius, Wexford, the salary of the Organist was reduced by opposition of the Roman Catholic Parishioners from £50 to forty penceNickR
LEP-CS1830518NPS   A new Lunatic Asylum is to erected at BallinasloeNickR
LEP-CS1830601NPS   Relocation of Limerick weavers to ManchesterNickR
LEP-CS1830723NPS   Though 568 notices of freeholds were given at Rathefeale and Bruff, only 70 were registered, as follows:—At Rathkeale, De Courcy O'GRADY, 8; Earl of Limerick, Sergeant GOULD, and Lord LISMORE, 6 each; Lady LANGFORD, and Loyd George QUIN, 5 each; Earl of Clare and Counsellor DWYER 2 each, and 7 individuals—at Bruff, Hon. George MASSY, 6; Viscount Gort, and Chidley COOTE, 4 each, and 7 individuals. Total 70NickR
LEP-CS1830914NPS   Several base and murderous attacks have been made at Lewes upon Irish reapers. by English labourers, during the last weekNickR
LEP-CS1831121NPS   A poor woman was killed, near Bruff, County Limerick, a few days ago by a gig rolling over her.NickR
LEP-CS1831429NPS   Twelve men from Cahirconlish, and five from Kilmallock, have been committed to the County Limerick Gaol, this week, for turning up ground.NickR
LEP-CS1831729NPS   In taking the census in Mary Street, Limerick, the Enumerator reports that in one house there are 22 families, comprising 91 persons.NickR
LEP-CS1831909NPS   A country man was killed near Bruff, Co. Limerick, on Monday night, in fight.NickR
LEP-CS1831909NPS   St. George's Church, Limerick, is to be forthwith taken down, and on its site will be erected an edifice for transacting the business of the Provintial Bank. A free Church will be built in Pery-square. The assent of the Lord Bishop of Limerick has been had to this arrangement.NickR
LEP-CS1832131NPS   The numbers in the 1821 and 1831 census of IrelandNickR
LEP-CS1832403NPS   New wives for New South Wales — a vessel, we believe the Red Rover, has been taken up by the Government, for the purose of conveying 200 free female emigrants from Cork to New South Wales, who are to be provided with situations or husbands as chance may offer, on their arrival [Note passenger list with native place and occ NSW State Archives (4/4822; microfilm copy SR Reel 2795, photocopy [City] COD399). 1 vol.]NickR
LC1832506NPA   Communication with England - Waterford & Bristol - The Nora Creina and City of Waterford; steam packets from the Quay at Waterford for Bristol Tues and Sat morning and only one night at sea on the passage. Cabin fare 2 guineas deck ditto 10/6 ...NickR
LEP-CS18321120NPS   So strongly is the public spirit now pervaiding the County Limerick, that the pike-man at Bruff refused to receive toll from those going to register. He allowed over one thousand horses to pass through his pike, free.NickR
LC1834510NPN/S   Stamps Ireland — List of newspapers and their allocations of stamps giving indication of circulations NickR
FJ1835210NPS   Letter from Van Dieman's landNickR
LC1835307NPA   

Hobart Town, Van Diemens' Land
and Sydney, New South Wales

Families and individuals about to proceed to the above most healthy and flourishing Colonies, are respectfully informed that the Splendid new English-built Ship JANE GOULDIE, A1 at Lloyd's, 234 Tons Register, 400 Tons burthen, David SIMPSON, Commander, (who is well acquainted with the Trade,) will shortly be despatched. This beautiful modelled Vessel for elegance and equipment is rarely surpassed: she is thoroghly copper fastened coppered to the bends, and is intended as a regular Packet between Liverpool and Australia. Capt SIMPSON having recently returned from the Colonies will be happy to give every information to parties desirous of emigrating, and will be accomanied by his wife on the voyage. An experienced Surgeon will also proceed in the ship.
Rates of Passage Money
Cabin
—: For a single Gentleman, £50; Single Lady, £45; a Married Couple, £95; Children between the ages of 9 and 14, £30; 5 and 9 £20; under 5, £10; infants under 12 months, Free.
Second Cabin — For a single Gentleman, £30; Single Lady, £26; a Married Couple, £56; Children between the ages of 9 and 14, £18; 5 and 9 £12; undre 5 £6; Infants under 12 months, Free.
Steerage — For a single Gentleman, £20; Single Lady, £18; a Married Couple, £38; Children between the ages of 9 and 14, £12; 5 and 9 £8; undre 5 £4; Infants under 12 months, Free.
These Rates include Provisions for the Voyage, which will be furnished on the following liberal scale: — For each mess of 12 adults in the Second Cabin and Steerage; Children between 1 and 7 being entitled to one-half, and between 1 and 7, to one-third of the quantities.
N,B. — Each male adult will be allowed a glass and a half of Spirits, and each Female a glass of Wine per day
Scale of rations

Monday — 12lbs bread, 12 pints coffee, 12 pints tea, 1lb sugar, 8lbs beef, 4lbs flour, 1lb Fruit, ˘lb suet. Tuesday — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1 sugar, 9 pork, 12 pints soup. Wednesday  :6 bread, 12 potatoes, 4 rice, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 8 beef, 4 flour, 1 fruit, ˘ suet. Thursday — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 9 pork, 12 soup. Friday  :6 bread, 12 potatoes, 4 rice, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar. Saturday — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 9 pork, 12 soup. Sunday —12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 8 beef, 4 flour, 1 fruit, ˘ suet..
Six pounds dried fish, with 1lb butter on Friday. One quart vinegar per week; 72 pints water, except soup days, 60 pints
Cabin passengers will not be restricted as to the quantity of Provisions, and plenty of Live Stock, &c will be laid in; but for Wines, &c will be an extra charge. They will also be found with every description of State Room Requisites, Table Utensils, &c except Beds, Bedding and Napkins, and will be allowed room for half a ton of Luggage. Second Cabin and Steerage Passengers are required to find Beds and Bedding, Earthenware, a Knife, Fork, Spoon, &c for their mess, as usual, and will be allowed a quarter of a ton of Luggage.
One third of the passage money must be paid before a Berth can be secured.
As berths in this vessel will only be fitted for the accommodation of twenty-five adults in all, and several being already engaged, Passengers should secure their berths without delay; and in order to prevent expense to parties in the country, ten days notice will be given previous to sailing at the expiration of which they will be required to be on board, and thenceforward provisioned by the ship.
Apply to William RANDALL, Arthurs Quay, Limerick, or Henry FOX, 53, Dreury-lane, Liverpool —
NickR
FJ1835919NPS   

Singular Cricket Match

On Tuesday considerable bustle and amusement occurred at Parson's-green, Walham, and vicinity, in consequence of a match of cricket being played between eleven married and eleven single females. The match was made for the sum of 10l. and a hot supper. At ten in the forenoon a tent was erected on the Green, and soon afterwards the wickets were pitched. A vast assemblage of persons were congregated to witness the sport amongst whom were some of the most respectable inhabitants.The married women wore light blue dresses, their waists and heads being decorated with ribbons of the same colour; the single women were attired in close white dresses with pink sashes and cap-bows. The game commenced about eleven, the married taking the first innings, and obtaining 47 runs. The single then commenced play and were not so successful, the whole being bowled out after 29 runs. The two next innings were played and the game was won by the single women, but only by seven runs. After the match was over, country dances, accompanied by a band of music, took place on the green, and in the evening the supper was provided at the White Horse. The whole was a very amusing animated scene. ...Globe
NickR
FJ1841724NPS   Guide to the Irish Commoners
Written expressly for the Freeman
NickR
LS18411101NPS   List of passemgers and crew, lost and saved in the wreck of the Amanda of 26 September 1831NickR
FJ18431102NPN   List of Special Jurors for county Dublin full listNickR
FJ1844104NPN   The special jury panel for 1844 as delivered by David Charles LATOUCHE, Esq, AB High Sheriff of Dublin this evening ... full listNickR
FJ1849222NPS   Depopulation near AthloneNickR
FJ1851704NPS   Comparison between the 1841 and 1851 censusesNickR
FJ1856613NPS   Reduction in the price of Whiskey.— On Wednesday the Cork distillers reduced the price of whiskey to 10s 9d per imperial gallon.NickR
FJ1857126NPS   Emigration — The number of emigrants arrived at New York during the past year was 141 915, of whom there were from Ireland, 44,090; Germany 55,856; England 23,691. The Germans have otnumbered the Irish to the amount of 11,766. The English comparatively to former arrivals, very numerous, being 1,746 more than half the complement from Ireland.NickR

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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
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