King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 05

The data includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name.

Papers include
Timespan held at NLA
Freeman's Journal FJSep 1763–1924
Dublin Weekly Journal DWJApr 1725–11 Apr 1752
Hoey's Dublin MercuryHDMSep 1769–Aug 1771
Pue's OccurrencesPue'sO1717–1755
Limerick General Advertiser or GazetteLGA17 Sep 1804–10 Nov 1820
Limerick ChronicleLC1768 – 30 Dec 1835 imperfect
Limerick Evening Post and Clare SentinelLEP-CS1 Jan 1828–17 Dec 1833; 2 Jan –14 Apr 1835
Limerick HeraldLH18 Apr 1831–31 Jan 1833
Limerick TimesLT30 Jun 1834–13 Feb 1837
The Limerick reporter and Tipperary vindicatorLRTV1839–1895 imperfect
Belfast NewsletterBNL1738–1800 imperfect
Limerick StandardLS10 Mar 1837–30 Dec 1841

All these newspapers are available on microfilm at the National Library of Australia which has an online catalogue.


Papers held elsewhere include
Cork Gazette and General AdvertizerCG&GALibrary of Congress (USA)
Faulkner's Dublin JournalFDJLibrary of Congress (USA)
Limerick Herald and Munster AdvertiserLHMANational Library of Ireland
Berrow's Wocester JournalBWJUniversity of Melbourne

Main families covered 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 nameForenameTitleENTRY
LC1827317NPMBLACKETTGeorgeRevAt St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. George BLACKETT, Thomas Beehwith WILLIAMS, Esq. of Clonliffe Parade to Miss SIBTHORP, of Palace Street
FJ18071231NPMBLACKGROVEIsabellaMissAt Wraisbury, on the 19th inst, by the Rev Henry LEIGH, Frederick R COOTE Esq of Great Winchester Street, to Miss Isabella BLCKGROVE, third daughter of John BLACKGROVE Esq of Jamaica and of Ankerwyke House Bucks
FJ18071231NPMBLACKGROVEJohnEsqAt Wraisbury, on the 19th inst, by the Rev Henry LEIGH, Frederick R COOTE Esq of Great Winchester Street, to Miss Isabella BLCKGROVE, third daughter of John BLACKGROVE Esq of Jamaica and of Ankerwyke House Bucks
FJ1816103NPMBLAIRJamesEsqOn Wednesday last, at Mary-le-Bone church, London,by the Rev Mr HORE, James BLAIR Esq to Elizabeth Catherine youngest daughter of the late Lt Gen the Hon Edward STOPFORD
LC1826617NPABLAKEA R Equity Exchequer
David ROCHE, Esq. Executor of Charles CREED, deceased, who was the executor of William WHITE Deceased,
Plaintiffs.
Henry White RICHARD, Rich. White RICHARD, Henry WHITE, the younger, Johannah GOING, Samuel BENNETT, and Thomas GOING,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made in this Cause, bearing the date the 3d day of February, 1826, I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE in the pleadings named, and all persons having charges or incumbrances affecting he real and freehold Estates of the said Henry WHITE and Richard WHITE, or either of them, to come before me at my Chambers on the Inns-Quay, Dublin, on or before the 1st day of July next, and prove their respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit arising from said Decree.-Dated this 26th day of May, 1826
A. R. BLAKE, C. R.
  John BOYCE, Attorney for the plaintiffs, Dublin , 31, Dame-street.
FJ18181110NPMBLAKEDominickEsqOn the 6th inst, at Anville Lodge, near Galway, Stephen John LEONARD of Queens fort, Co Galway, Esq to Miss BLAKE daughter of Dominick BLAKE Esq and niece of Sir John BLAKER of Menborough Bt
LGA18181117NPMBLAKEDoninickEsqStephen John LEONARD of Queens fort, Co Galway, Esq to Miss BLAKE daughte of Dominick BLAKE Esq of Anville
FJ18181110NPMBLAKEJohnSir BtOn the 6th inst, at Anville Lodge, near Galway, Stephen John LEONARD of Queens fort, Co Galway, Esq to Miss BLAKE daughter of Dominick BLAKE Esq and niece of Sir John BLAKER of Menborough Bt
LGA1808705NPSBLAKEThomas On the night of Sunday last, about the hour of 9 o'clock, David KELLY of Ballygran and Thomas BLAKE of Ballingarry, effected their escape fron the county jail, where they had been confined for debt. These ingenious gentlemen obtained their lineration by means of a false key which opened a grating over a passage through that even the most relentless creditors could not pursue them without reluctance and discust.
FJ18181110NPMBLAKE MissOn the 6th inst, at Anville Lodge, near Galway, Stephen John LEONARD of Queens fort, Co Galway, Esq to Miss BLAKE daughter of Dominick BLAKE Esq and niece of Sir John BLAKER of Menborough Bt
LGA18181117NPMBLAKE MissStephen John LEONARD of Queens fort, Co Galway, Esq to Miss BLAKE daughte of Dominick BLAKE Esq of Anville
FJ18251020NPSBLAKE MrCurrag October meeting, 1825 Saturday 15th Mr BLAKE's coeur de lion beat Mr CROKER's Clanwilliam — 8st each — 50gs each Two year old course
LC1835704NPMBLAKENEYFanny John DREW, of Drougheda, Esq MD, to Fanny daughter of John BLAKENEY of Galway Esq
FJ1835706NPMBLAKENEYFanny In Upper Dominick street, John DREW Esq MD of Drogheda to Fanny daughter of john BLACKENEY of Galway Esq
LC1835704NPMBLAKENEYJohnEsqJohn DREW, of Drougheda, Esq MD, to Fanny daughter of John BLAKENEY of Galway Esq
FJ1835706NPMBLAKENEYJohnEsqIn Upper Dominick street, John DREW Esq MD of Drogheda to Fanny daughter of john BLACKENEY of Galway Esq
FDJ1759623-26NPMBLAKENEYRobertEsqLast week Thomas TAYLOR Esq to Miss BLAKENEY sister to Robert BLACKENEY one of the Representatives of the Borough of Athendry
LC1825420NPDBLAKENEYRobertRevLately, at Great Elm, in England, the Rev. Robert BLAKENEY, grandson and last in the male line of the late Lord Blakeney. The large estates of Thomastown and Mounrt-Blakeney, near Kilmallock, are now disputed by many collateral relations; it is supposed Colonel FITZ-GERALD, the late High Sheriff of the County Cork, will succeed in right of his wife.
LGA1810824NPSBLAKENEYTheophilusEsqThoephilus BLAKENEY Esq of Abbert, neat Athenry, has ordered at Andrew's 100 yards of course (sic) Irish cloth, to make coats for his workmen, this quantity will make fifty coats, and the whole expense is only 32l 10. Thus for so small a sum he has the heartfelt pleasure of making fifty of his people comfortable, and at the same time giving employment to the weavers in the Liberty. We hope soon to see the appearence of the Irish peasantry greatly improved, as what gentlemen will suffer a hard working poor fellow to remain in rags, when he can get him a good new coat for such a trifle as thirteen shillings. —Freeman's Journal
Pue'sO1746208NPDBLAKENEY ColSunday last died of dropsy, David PERSE of Spring Garden in the co Galway Esq, on of the Justices of the Peace and Capt in Col BLAKENEY's Regt of Horse ...
Pue'sO1755503NPNBLAKENEY ColHis Majesty hath been pleased to make the following promotions in the the Army on this establishment
Qualities - Officer's name - In whose room - Regiment
Chaplain - Henry BAYLY - COOTE resigned - BLAKENEY's
LC1825420NPDBLAKENEY Lord BlakeneyLately, at Great Elm, in England, the Rev. Robert BLAKENEY, grandson and last in the male line of the late Lord Blakeney. The large estates of Thomastown and Mounrt-Blakeney, near Kilmallock, are now disputed by many collateral relations; it is supposed Colonel FITZ-GERALD, the late High Sheriff of the County Cork, will succeed in right of his wife.
DMA-WPC1837130NPDBLAKENEY Maj-GenOn 21st instant, at South Cumberland Street, Marcella, relict of Thomas WATKINS, of Somerset, county Tipperary, Esq., daughter of the late Thomas WALDRON, of Drumnana, Esq., and niece of the Right Hon. Major-General BLAKENEY.
FDJ1759623-26NPMBLAKENEY MissLast week Thomas TAYLOR Esq to Miss BLAKENEY sister to Robert BLACKENEY one of the Representatives of the Borough of Athendry
LGA1818313NPSBLAKENEY MrAssizes intelligence
FJ1817221NPMBLANDCatherine AnneMissAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER of the RN to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LGA1817221NPMBLANDCatherine JaneMissAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
FJ1836113NPDBLANDElizabeth On the 10th inst, in Upper Pembroke street, Elizabeth, relict of John BLAND, of Blandsfort, in the Queen's co, Esq
FJ1828530NPMBLANDGeorgina Elizabeth On the 29th inst, in St Anne's church, by the Rev R W BLAND MA, incumbent of St George's Belfast, James Frank ROLLESTON, of Frankfort, Kings Co, to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of Blandfort, Queens county, Esq
LEP-CS1828603NPMBLANDGeorgina Elizabeth In St Ann's Church Dublin by the Rev R W BLAND, MA incunbent of St Gerogre's Belfast, James F ROLLESTON of Trankfort Castle, Kings County Esq to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND of Blandsfort Queens Co
FJ1817221NPMBLANDHumpheryGeneralAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER of the RN to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LGA1817221NPMBLANDHumpheryGeneralAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LHMA1788929NPDBLANDHumphreyEsqIn Great Britain Street, Humphrey BLAND, Esq. late a captain in His Majesty's 62d regiment of foot.
LH MA1788929NPDBLANDHumphrey In Great Britain Street, Humphrey BLAND, Esq. late a captain in His MajestyÆs 62d regiment of foot
FJ1817221NPMBLANDJohnEsqAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER of the RN to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LGA1817221NPMBLANDJohnEsqAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
FJ1828530NPMBLANDJohnEsqOn the 29th inst, in St Anne's church, by the Rev R W BLAND MA, incumbent of St George's Belfast, James Frank ROLLESTON, of Frankfort, Kings Co, to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of Blandfort, Queens county, Esq
FJ1836113NPDBLANDJohnEsqOn the 10th inst, in Upper Pembroke street, Elizabeth, relict of John BLAND, of Blandsfort, in the Queen's co, Esq
FJ1846608NPMBLANDJohnEsqOn the 4th instant, in London, the Rev T F BOWERBANK, vicar of Chiswick, to Catherine Jane, widow of Capt Richard CROKER of the Royal Navy, and eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of Blandsford House, in the Queen's co
LEP-CS1828603NPMBLANDJohn In St Ann's Church Dublin by the Rev R W BLAND, MA incunbent of St Gerogre's Belfast, James F ROLLESTON of Trankfort Castle, Kings County Esq to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND of Blandsfort Queens Co
FJ1828530NPMBLANDR WRevOn the 29th inst, in St Anne's church, by the Rev R W BLAND MA, incumbent of St George's Belfast, James Frank ROLLESTON, of Frankfort, Kings Co, to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of Blandfort, Queens county, Esq
LEP-CS1828603NPMBLANDR WRevIn St Ann's Church Dublin by the Rev R W BLAND, MA incunbent of St Gerogre's Belfast, James F ROLLESTON of Trankfort Castle, Kings County Esq to Georgina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John BLAND of Blandsfort Queens Co
FJ1817221NPMBLANDThomasGeneralAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER of the RN to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LGA1817221NPMBLANDThomasGeneralAt Ballyrone church, Capt Richard CROKER to Catherine Jane eldest daughter of the late John BLAND Esq of of Blandsfort, Queens County, and niece to the Generals Humphery and Thomas BLAND
LEP-CS18291013NPSBLANDFORDMary City Limerick Quarter Sessions
FJ1805608NPMBLANEYCharles CooteEsqAt Newry, Charles Coote BLANEY Esq to Miss J K TOWNLEY, second daughter of Sam TOWNLEY Esq [Charles Coote BLANEY is most likey a son of Edward BLANEY and Anne COOTE who married in 1772 by a Kilmore & Ardagh marriage licence]
LGA1804509NPMBLENNERHASSETGeraldEsqYesterday at Nantenan church, Samuel HARDING, Esq Lieut in the 18th Light dragoons, to Miss BLENNERHASSET daughter of Gerald BLENNERHASSET, Esq of Riddlestown, in this county
CG&GA17941122NPMBLENNERHASSETJohnRevLast Thursdy, the Rev Mr COLE of this city to Miss BLENNERHASSET daughter of the Rev John BLENNERHASSET of Tralee
CG&GA17941122NPMBLENNERHASSETLouisaMissLast Thursdy, the Rev Mr COLE of this city to Miss BLENNERHASSET daughter of the Rev John BLENNERHASSET of Tralee
LGA1804509NPMBLENNERHASSET MissYesterday at Nantenan church, Samuel HARDING, Esq Lieut in the 18th Light dragoons, to Miss BLENNERHASSET daughter of Gerald BLENNERHASSET, Esq of Riddlestown, in this county
LC1785207NPSBLENNERHASSETTGeorgeEsqDerby O'GRADY, Esq; High Sheriff of the Co. Limerick, has appointed the fllowing Gentlemen Replevengers fo said county:
George BLENNERHASSETT, of Riddlestown, Esq;
Charles COOTE, of Castle Oliver, Esq;
William HIFFERNAN, of Derk, Esq; and
William PERCIVAL, of Wilton, Esq.
FJ1817726NPMBLENNERHASSETTJohnEsqOn the 19th inst, John BLENNERHASSETT Esq of Tralee to Miss Veronica MONTGOMERY, sister of Mr R MONTGOMERY, proprietor of Enniscorthy School
LGA1817923NPMBLENNERHASSETTJohnEsqOn Thursday, by the Rev Mr CROKER at Athlacca church, John BLENNERHASSET Esq of Riddlestown to Mary Ann eldes daughter of the late Samuel BENNETT Esq of Ballincalow in this county
LEP-CS1832406NPDBLENNERHASSETTJohnEsqOn Sunday, at the seat of her son-in-law, John BLENNERHASSETT, Esq., much to the regret of her acquaintance, Rebecca, relict of Samuel BENNETT, Esq., of Ballincallow, county Limerick.
LS1838330NPSBLENNERHASSETTJohn Ballyneety Petit Sessions yesterday ... Magistrates presiding were John CROKER, Thos O'GRADY, John BLENNERHASSETT and Michael FURNELL ...
Pue'sO1753303NPN/SBLENNERHASSETTThomasEsqWe hear that James DAVIS Esq succeeds Mr PHILLIPS in his employment; that Mathew PENNEFATHER Port Surveyor of Galway is made Land Waiter in Limerick, in room of Thomas BLENNERHASSETT Esq, in the room of Robert LESLIE Esq, made Collector of Tralee, and Mr Abraham CROKER succeeds Mr PENNEFATHER as Port Surveyor of Galway
Pue'sO1741801NPSBLIGH Hon ColThis 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 officers
FJ1827216NPMBLOISCharlesSir BtAt St Thomas's church, Capt BLOIS, of the Royal Navy second son of Sir Charles BLOIS Bt, of Cockfield Hall, Suffolk, to Eliza Knox, eldest daughter of the Rev John BARRETT, rector of Inniskeele, co Donegal
FJ1827216NPMBLOIS CaptAt St Thomas's church, Capt BLOIS, of the Royal Navy second son of Sir Charles BLOIS Bt, of Cockfield Hall, Suffolk, to Eliza Knox, eldest daughter of the Rev John BARRETT, rector of Inniskeele, co Donegal
LEP-CS1830521NPSBLOODAlexanderEsqOn Wednesday morning, after a short illness, at his house in Catherine Street, Limerick, Alexander BLOOD, Esq., formerly a Lieutenant in the 18th Royal Irish. His death was caused by damp sheets at an Hotel in Dublin.
FJ18231030NPMBLOODBenjaminEsqTuesday morning, at Timvleague Church (Cork) by Rev A Montgomery JOHNSTONE, William BLOOD Esq ¢ pay 15th Regt of Infantry and Chief of the Constabulary Police of the Baronies of Ihane and Barryoe to Hannah eld d of the late Benjamin SWETE Esq of Bandon
LGA1809203NPSBLOODDorothea Juliana (nee SMYTH) The King has been graciously pleased to grant unto Matthew BLOOD of Castlefergus, in the co. Clare, Esq, his royal licence and authority, that he and his issue may take and use the surname and bear the arms of SMYTH, instead of those of BLOOD, in compliance of the will of William SMYTH, late of the city of Dublin, Esq, deceased, who was the uncle of Dorothea Juliana BLOOD, wife of Matthew BLOOD.
FJ1852624NPMBLOODJohn LloydEsqJune 23 in St Thomas's Church by the Rev Richard FRIZELLE, Henry GEOGHEGAN of Rathmines solicitor to Sophia second daughter—and at the same time and place John Lloyd BLOOD Esq of Talbot street to Margaret yst daut of Wm FINDLATER of Londonderry
LGA1809203NPSBLOODMatthewEsqThe King has been graciously pleased to grant unto Matthew BLOOD of Castlefergus, in the co. Clare, Esq, his royal licence and authority, that he and his issue may take and use the surname and bear the arms of SMYTH, instead of those of BLOOD, in compliance of the will of William SMYTH, late of the city of Dublin, Esq, deceased, who was the uncle of Dorothea Juliana BLOOD, wife of Matthew BLOOD.
FJ18231030NPMBLOODWilliamEsq LtTuesday morning, at Timvleague Church (Cork) by Rev A Montgomery JOHNSTONE, William BLOOD Esq ¢ pay 15th Regt of Infantry and Chief of the Constabulary Police of the Baronies of Ihane and Barryoe to Hannah eld d of the late Benjamin SWETE Esq of Bandon
HDM17701122-24NPMBLUETTAnne Country News - Limerick, Nov 15, A few days ago Miss Anne BLUETT read her recantation from the tenets of the Church of Rome, and embraced the Protestant religion and was soon after married to Henry BINDON, Esq, recorder of this city
FJ1861202NPMBLUNDELLEdmund Augustus January 22, at Craven Hill, Edmund Augustus BLUNDELL, late Governor of Singapore and Mallacca, to Mellor Mynors, eldest daughter of the late H H FARMER, of Dunsenane, county Wexford
FJ1801509NPDBLUNDELLMaryMrsAt Rathfarnham, Mrs Mary BLUNDELL much lamented for her innate worth
LC1785811NPMBLUNDENJohnDsir BtAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS, jun. Esq; son of Joseph MATHEWS, of Bonnetstown, Esq; to Miss BLUNDEN, daughter of thr late and sister of the present Sir John BLUNDEN Bart
LC1785811NPMBLUNDENJohnSir BtAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS Jun Esq son of Joseph of Bonnetstown Esq to Miss BLUNDEN daughter of the late and sister to the present Sir John BLUNDEN Bt
LC1785811NPMBLUNDEN MissAt Castle Blunden, Samuel MATHEWS, jun. Esq; son of Joseph MATHEWS, of Bonnetstown, Esq; to Miss BLUNDEN, daughter of thr late and sister of the present Sir John BLUNDEN Bart
LS1841930NPMBODELMargaret Eliza Maria In the cathedral church, Dromore, Waldron Thomas BURROWS, Esq to Margaret Eliza Maria only daughter of Moses BODEL Esq of Dromore, co Down
LS1841930NPMBODELMosesEsqIn the cathedral church, Dromore, Waldron Thomas BURROWS, Esq to Margaret Eliza Maria only daughter of Moses BODEL Esq of Dromore, co Down
LC1827324NPSBOHANJames Limerick Assizes ...
Thomas LEAHY, for stealing at Kilfinan, 2s. 6d. from James BOHAN, and 2s. 6d. from Timothy HALL. It appeared in evidence on the prosecution, that the sums were received as gratuities, and the prisoner as acquitted on the instant. His Lordship said there was as much cause for indicting himself for the felony, as the accused person, and expressed his displeasure that informations should have been taken without due investigation at Petty Sessions. The prisoner was in custody since December last.
LC18271010NPSBOHANEJames Government have granted a free passage to Judith BOHANE, otherwise CROWLEY, and her five children, to join James BOHANE, an industrious convict at New South Wales, it is supposed she is gone begging for alms in the County of Cork. [Ireland Australia Transoprtation index has James BOHANE (alias BOWEN) and petition of Judith (tried 1823)]
LC18271010NPSBOHANEJudith Government have granted a free passage to Judith BOHANE, otherwise CROWLEY, and her five children, to join James BOHANE, an industrious convict at New South Wales, it is supposed she is gone begging for alms in the County of Cork. [Ireland Australia Transoprtation index has James BOHANE (alias BOWEN) and petition of Judith (tried 1823)]
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUGeorge George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February next
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUSimeon George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February next
FJ1859108NPNBOILEAUWilliam Phipps George BOILEAU Simeon BOILEAU, William Phipps BOILEAU and John Peter WILSON, druggists to surrender on Wednesday the 19th day of January and on Friday the 11th day of February next
LC1785421NPSBOLANDCharles Last Saturday night, the Wife of Charles BOLAND, of Doonass, (an industrious honest labourer), was safely delivered of Three Daughters, who with their mother, are in perfect health.
BNL18001121NPSBOLANDS  Cork, Nov. 15, —Seven more wretches have been tried and sentanced in the co. Limerick, since last catalogue of that kind was given to the public, viz. CROKER, and CARROL, for the murder of the Messrs. BOLANDS, to be hanged at the Six-Mile-Bridge on on the 13th; ...
LGA1820714NPSBOLESJohn Committed: ... By R. SMITHWICK, Esq. Garret SYMES, for threatening the life of John BOLES
FJ18571113NPMBOLGERJamesEsqNovember 5, at Lackeen, James BOLGER Esq of Dalkey, co Dublin, to Croasdella Elizabeth Drew, eldest daughter of William Vere CRUISE Esq of Lacka, co Tipperary
LC_LM1774609NPMBOLGER MissMr. John MADDEN, of the Custom-house, to Miss BOLGER, of Fleet street
LEP-CS18291113NPMBOLIVARSimonPresidentA Bogata, South America, General O'LEARY, son of Jeremiah O'LEARY, Esq. of Cork, to Solita SOUBLETTE, sister to General SOUBLETTE, and niece to the President BOLIVAR
LC1827915NPDBOLTONCorneliusAldAt his house in Lady-lane, Waterford, in his 89th year, Samuel MORGAN, Esq.—As Senior of the Corporation, he was Father of the City of Waterford. He was likewise senior Alderman, and, of course, one of the four Charter Justices. He was Sheriff during the civic year commencing Michelmas, 1771, and Mayor, in 1779, 1801 and 1817. By his death the Right Hon. Sir John NEWPORT, Bart. becomes Father of the City and Alderman Cornelius BOLTON, who represented Waterford, with considerable distinction in the Irish Parliament of 1783, becomes Charter Justice. Alderman MORGAN died worth £250,000, which he bequeathed to the GROGAN family in the County Wexford.
LC18211013NPMBOLTONEleanor At Sligo, William CHRISTIAN, Esq. to Eleanor, only daughter of Thomas BOLTON, Esq. of that town
FJ18211010NPMBOLTONElinor On Thursday morning last, at St John's church Sligo William CHRISTIAN Esq of Rathbragan, near Sligo, to Elinor only daughter of Thomas BOLTON Esq of that town
FJ18491219NPMBOLTONGeorge junEsqDecember 12, at Silvermines church, by the Rev Henry JONES, George BOLTON Esq jun of Nenagh to Henrietta Jane Mary youngest daughter of Rowan P CASHEL Esq of Silvermines Cottage, co Tipperary
LGA1811510NPDBOLTONLuciusEsqOn Wednesday last, at Tauloght, near Tralee, at the advanced age of 103, Lucius BOLTON, Esq. —For the last six years he never slept on a bed, but vtook his repose in an armchair, from which he seldom allowed himself to be removed during that period. He retained the possession of his faculties until a few hors previous to his death.
FJ1844425NPDBOLTONThomasColOn the 20th inst, at Rathbraghan, Ellen wife of W CHRISTIAN Esq and sister to Col BOLTON [marr 1821]
FJ18211010NPMBOLTONThomasEsqOn Thursday morning last, at St John's church Sligo William CHRISTIAN Esq of Rathbragan, near Sligo, to Elinor only daughter of Thomas BOLTON Esq of that town
LC18211013NPMBOLTONThomasEsqAt Sligo, William CHRISTIAN, Esq. to Eleanor, only daughter of Thomas BOLTON, Esq. of that town
LC1827210NPSBOLTON  On Friday night, a hous of Arthur RYALL, Esq was maliciouusly levellled near Ballynattes. The only cause assigned for this outrage is, a tenent names BULTON, was ejected for nonpayment of rent.
FJ1836323NPDBONDAnneMissAt her residence Bond's Glen in the co Londonderry, aged 91 years, Miss Anne BOND sister of the late Maj BOND
FJ1845322NPMBONDCharlotte Stanley On the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
LEP-CS1831524NPDBONDChristina M H H Christina M H H BOND only daughter of the Dean of Ross
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SBONDEdwardGentYesterday Edward FARRELL, John NICHOLSON, Cha FAVEEN, Benjamin Gale, Arthur MAGUIRE, __ SAVAGE, Alexander FRANKLYN, Boyle VANDELEER, Benjamin LYNCH, Edward BOND and John CARR Gent. Were admitted and sworn attornies of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.
FJ18541206NPDBONDEliza November 22, at Spa, Belgium, Eliza relict of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
LS1840806NPMBONDHandcock Stanley At Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCB
LS1840806NPMBONDHenry CooteEsqAt Bathwick church, Handcock Stanley, second son of Henry Coote BOND, of Bond Ville in the co Armagh, Esq to Charlotte eldest daughter of Simon MARSHALL Esq and granddaughter of the late Gen Sir Dyson MARSHALL KCB
FJ1845322NPMBONDHenry CooteEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
FJ18541206NPDBONDHenry CooteEsqNovember 22, at Spa, Belgium, Eliza relict of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
FJ1820410NPMBONDJamesRevOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co Roscommen
FJ18201121NPDBONDJamesRevIn Dorset Street, Mrs BOND wife of the Rev James BOND of Licora, co Longford
FJ1816821NPBBONDJames ForwardDean of RossOn Saturday last, in Merrion Row, the lady of the Dean of Ross of a son and heir
LC1821825NPMBONDJames ForwardDean of RossJames MAJOR, of Foyle View, co Londonderry, to Catherine eldest daughter of William MILLER, Esq. Bellemonte, in the same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of Rosse
LGA1815321NPMBONDJames ForwardRevAt Londonderry, on 15th inst the Rev James Forward BOND Dean of Ross to Sarah Hester daughter of the late John CROKER Esq Surveyor General and sister of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP and Secretary to the Admiralty
FJ1820410NPMBONDJames ForwardRev DeanOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co Roscommen
FJ1824226NPDBONDJames ForwardRev DeanAt her mother's house in Great Charles Street, after having given birth to a still born child, on the 24th inst, in the 30th year of her age Louisa wife of the Rev Hugh WEBB and daughter of the late Rev Dean BOND
LC1826114NPDBONDJames ForwardRev DeanIn Great Gerges Street Dublin, aged 177, Mrs BOND the widow of Rev Dean BOND.
FJ1815324NPMBONDJames ForwardV RevOn the 15th inst at Londonderry, the Rev J Forward BOND, Dean of Ross to Sarah Hester, daughter of the late John CROKER Esq, Surveyor General and sister to John Wilson CROKER, Esq MP and Secretary of the Admiralty
FJ1828315NPDBONDJames ForwardV Rev DeanAt Kensington, near London, on the 8th of March in the eleventh year of his age after a few days illness John Croker BOND eldest son of the Very Rev, the Dean of Ross, and nephew to John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
FJ1820815NPBBONDJames ForwardV Rev Dean of RossOn the 8th inst, at Stephens Green the lady of the Very Rev the Dean of Ross, of a son still born
FJ1821823NPMBONDJames ForwardV Rev Dean of RossOn the 17th inst, by the Rev H STEWART, James MAJOR Esq of Foyle View, co Londonderry, barrister at law, to Catherine eldest daughter of Wm MILLER Esq of Bellemoate, is same co, and niece of John Wilson CROKER and the Dean of Ross
FJ1786426NPBBONDJames Forward The 26th instant the lady of Rev Dean BOND of a son
FJ1787523NPBBONDJames Forward Sunday last the lady of Rev Dean BOND of a daughter
FJ1845322NPMBONDJames WensleyEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
FJ1782126-29NPMBONDJohn In Corke Mr John BOND to Miss Anne CREED of Uregare in the County Limerick
FJ1828315NPDBONDJohn Croker At Kensington, near London, on the 8th of March in the eleventh year of his age after a few days illness John Croker BOND eldest son of the Very Rev, the Dean of Ross, and nephew to John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
FJ18221121NPMBONDLouisa On Monday last, at St George's church, the Rev H G WEBB second son of G WEBB of Wardenstown, co Westmeath, to Louisa youngest daughter of the late Dean BOND
LGA1807303NPMBONDM LititiaMissAt Clough Henry J BROWNRIGG of Raheen Co Wexford Esq to Miss M Lititia BOND, daughter of the Rev Dean of ROSS
FJ1820410NPMBONDRichard WEsqOn Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co Roscommen
FJ1820410NPMBONDSophia On Tuesday last, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Wm JENNINGS, Richard W BOND Esq second son of the Rev Dean BOND, of Clough, in the co Wexford to Sophia eldest daughter of the Rev James BOND of Licanan, in the co Roscommen
FJ1845322NPMBONDThomasEsqOn the 20th inst, in Middleton Church, Thomas BOND Esq eldest son of the late James Wensley BOND Esq o Cartroncard, in the co Longford, to Charlotte Stanley eldest daughter of Henry Coote BOND Esq of Bondville, co Armagh
FJ1835409NPDBONDWilliamEsqOn the 31st ult, Mrs BOND relict of William BOND of Bond Hill near Londonderry, Esq
FJ1836323NPDBOND MajAt her residence Bond's Glen in the co Londonderry, aged 91 years, Miss Anne BOND sister of the late Maj BOND
CG&GA1796723NPDBONWELL[? Mary nee BENGER]MrsThursday night last Mrs BONWELL wife of James BONWELL Esq Banker a good wife affectionate daughter and kind mother
HC17731014NPMBONWELLJamesEsqThis day at Rathcoorel Church, James BONWELL, Esq; to Miss BENGER of Glenane, with a fortune of 6___0 and 400l per annum
CG HA1793130NPMBONWELLJamesEsqSame day (Saturday), at Christ Church, Dominick SARSFIELD, of Doughclorne, Esq; to the accomplished Miss BONWELL, daughter of James BONWELL, Esq; banker
CG&GA1796723NPDBONWELLJamesEsqThursday night last Mrs BONWELL wife of James BONWELL Esq Banker a good wife affectionate daughter and kind mother
LGA18101207NPDBONWELLJamesEsqOn Thursday night last, at his seat in Sunday-Wells Cork, after a tedious and painful illness, James BONWELL Esq Banker, at the advanced age of 78 years
FJ17731019-21NPMBONWELLJames A few days ago, at Rathcoony Co Cork James BONWELT (sic) to Miss Mary BENGER [Marriage settlement Reg Deeds 318.113.212232]
LGA1814301NPMBONWORTHGrace At Mallow, Lt William Burn WEEKS of the Royal Navy, to Grace, daughter of Mr. Peter BONWORTH, of that town
LGA1814301NPMBONWORTHPeterMrAt Mallow, Lt William Burn WEEKS of the Royal Navy, to Grace, daughter of Mr. Peter BONWORTH, of that town
LC1835923NPMBOOKEYMary At Ballycanew church, John SWAN Esq of Tombreen, co Wicklow, to Mary fourth daughter of Richard BOOKEY of Dowshal, Esq, co Wexford
LC1835923NPMBOOKEYRichardEsqAt Ballycanew church, John SWAN Esq of Tombreen, co Wicklow, to Mary fourth daughter of Richard BOOKEY of Dowshal, Esq, co Wexford
LEP-CS18291211NPMBOOTHAnne GoreMissIn St Patrick's Church, Dublin, the Hon. R[obert] KING, M. P. for the County Roscommon, and eldest son of Lord Lorton, to Miss [Anne Gore] BOOTH, only sister of Sir Robert Gore BOOTH, Bart., of Lissadell, County Sligo. The happy pair will spend the honey moon at Powerscourt. The trouseau of the lovely bride was costly in the extreme.
LGA1809131NPMBOOTHHenryCaptMr Samuel PEACOCK surgeon in the 61st regt, to Mrs M BOOTH, widow of the late Capt Henry BOOTH
LEP-CS1829710NPMBOOTHJohnEsqAt St Thomas's church, Dublin, John BOOTH, Esq. of the Customs House, to Mary Charlottte, eldest daughter of Charles GRACE, Esq. of Limerick and niece to V. PEACOCKE, of Doneen, Esq
LGA1809131NPMBOOTHMMrsMr Samuel PEACOCK surgeon in the 61st regt, to Mrs M BOOTH, widow of the late Capt Henry BOOTH
LEP-CS18291211NPMBOOTHRobertSir BtIn St Patrick's Church, Dublin, the Hon. R[obert] KING, M. P. for the County Roscommon, and eldest son of Lord Lorton, to Miss [Anne Gore] BOOTH, only sister of Sir Robert Gore BOOTH, Bart., of Lissadell, County Sligo. The happy pair will spend the honey moon at Powerscourt. The trouseau of the lovely bride was costly in the extreme.
LC1826527NPSBOOTIMANR EMrIn the Recorder's Court of Cork, on Thursday, R. LONGFIELD, Esq. son of Colonel LONGFIELD, of Mallow, brought an action against Mr. R. E. BOOTIMAN, Veterinary Surgeon, for the value of a fine horse placed under his care, and which the defendant alleged had died, though he had not returned the skin. Damages were laid at 200l. The evidence howerer satisfied the Jury that the horse had died, and a verdict was returned for Mr. BOOTIMAN, but each to pay his own costs.
LEP-CS18281114NPMBORBIDGEElizabethMrsJohn CHRISTIAN Esq of Dawson Street Dublin to Mrs Elizabeth BORBRIDGE
LC1826902NPSBOROUGHREsqOn Wednesday morning, Lieutenant CAREY, C. C. with a party of Police, proceeded to the Glen, near Kilrush and apprehended a riotous character, named David CONWAY, for stealing butter, which was found in his possession. He was concealed in a chimney when discovered. CONWAY's two brothers were transported, and he himself was to be tried at last Spring Assizes for murder, but was discharged for want of prosecution. CONWAY was committed to Ennis Gaol by R. BOROUGH, Esq.
LEP-CS1830702NPSBOROUGHRandalEsqCommitted to Ennis Jail, by Randal BOROUGH, Esq., Thomas BANINGTON alias BURANE, for the murder of John DOWNS.
Pue'sO17411027NPDBORRJohnEsqThis week John BORR Esq of Batten Lane embarked for Park Gate but in his passage had the misfortune to fall over board and was drowned. His corps was taken up and carried to Park Gate and was interr'd at Nessen: He was a genteman possed of a large estate and was going to travel
LGA1807721NPMBORROUGHREsqSaturday, at Shanagolden church, R BORROUGH, Esq of this city to Miss HOLMES, daughter of Robert HOLMES, of Ballaydam [Ballyadam?], in this co
LC18241027NPDBOSCHJohn LouisEsqAt his residence near Utrecht, in the Netherlands, aged 71 years, John Louis BOSCH, Esq. senior Admiral of the Netherland Fleet, and son-in-law of the late Edward JAMESON, Esq. of Cork
FJ1830101NPMBOTELERHenryCapt RNAt Lym, Dorsetshire, Capt Heny BOTELER RN to Henrietta daughter of the late Alan BELLINGHAM Esq of Castlebellingham, co Louth
Pue'sO17431126NPSBOUCHERJohnGentOn Wednesday last a proclamation was issued by the Lord Lieutenant and council Proclaiming a reward for taking and apprehending Hugh Fitz John MASSY of the co of Cork, Gent, John BOUCHER Gent and Michael SCANLAN the younger of Ballykelly in the co of Limerick, James CURRANE, and Timothy CROMEEN, for forcibly carrying away of Frances INGOLSBY spinster, from the house of the Rev Thomas ROYCE of Nantenan in the co of Limerick and likewise feloniously taking several arms from said house
Pue'sO1744902NPSBOUCHERJohnMrWe that from Limerick that the tryal of Mr MASSEY and Mr BOUCHER was put off to the next Assizes amd the said gentlemen ordered into close confinement
LGA1815425NPDBOUCHIERAnne At her brother's (Baggotstown, in this county) Anne, daughter of the late James J BOUCHIER, Esq.
LGA18111101NPMBOUCHIERHenryEsqOn Tuesday, by the Rev Mr. GRAVES, at Athlacca church, Henry BOUCGIER, Esq. of Bruff, to Miss HARNETT, daughter of Leiut. HARNETT, of the Carlow militia.
LGA1815425NPDBOUCHIERJames JEsqAt her brother's (Baggotstown, in this county) Anne, daughter of the late James J BOUCHIER, Esq.
LC18261014NPSBOUCHIERJohnEsqJohn BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, Esq. presided at a parochial meeting of Catholic inhabitants of Bruff, on Sunday. It resolved to collect the Catholic rent and prepare a retition to Parliament— the latter to be entrusted to the Earl of Limerick and Thomas LLOYD, Esq. M.P.
LC1824821NPDBOUCHIERMaria At Castle-connell, on Wednesday the 18th inst. after a painfull and protracted illness, which she bore with true Christian resignation, aged 20 years, Maria, second daughter of William BOUCHIER, Esq. Formerly of Killcullane, in this County, and grand niece of the late Sir Peter NUGHENT, Bart. of Doonere, County Westmeath—a young lady, whose loss will be long and severely felt by her numerous, and respectable friends and reltives.
LGA1820523NPSBOUCHIERWEsqCommittals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
LC1824821NPDBOUCHIERWilliamEsqAt Castle-connell, on Wednesday the 18th inst. after a painfull and protracted illness, which she bore with true Christian resignation, aged 20 years, Maria, second daughter of William BOUCHIER, Esq. Formerly of Killcullane, in this County, and grand niece of the late Sir Peter NUGHENT, Bart. of Doonere, County Westmeath—a young lady, whose loss will be long and severely felt by her numerous, and respectable friends and reltives.
LEP-CS1831531NPSBOUCHIER MissOn Sunday last, as Ensign SUTHERLAND, of the 69th Regiment, accompanied by Miss BOUCHIER, who was also on horsback, was riding a spirited horsenear Bruff, County Limerick, the animal took fright at Mr. SUTHERLAND's cap falling off, and by a sudden plunge, threw the unfortunate gentleman, ho came upon his head, and survived but a few moments. An Inquest was shortly after held on the body by J. BENNETT, coroner.
LEP-CS1831628NPSBOUCHIER MrThe sum of £12 13s. was raised in Bruff, Co. Limerick, on Sunday week, for the relief of the poor in the distressed district, including sums of £1 each from Mr. BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, and Mr. GLEASON, of Green Lawn. The sum was considerable, if the state of the Country, and the local want of employment in this town and vicinity, be taken into account.
DWJ1749812NPSBOULGER  Extract of a letter from Kilkenny dated August 8, This day BOULGER, and one HACKETT who was called by a nickname Bristeen two proclaimed Tories were try'd and executed this evening. Bristeen was quartered and his head cut off, and BOULGER is to be hung in chains. We had the grandest Assizes ever known here, no less than five Lords on the bench every day besids the Judges
LC1796312NPMBOURCHIERJamesEsqLast Thursday, at Athlacca Church, James BOURCHIER, of Kilcullane, Co. Limerick, Esq; to the very agreeable Miss CUDMORE, daughter of Paul CUDMORE, of Ballymartin, in said County, Esq.
LC18011028NPDBOURCHIERJamesEsqLast Monday, in William Street, sincerely lamented by his family and numerous acquaintance, James BOURCHIER, of Kilcullane, in this County.
LC18011209NPSBOURCHIERWilliamEsqWilliam BOURCHIER, of Kilcallane, Esq; is appointed a Justice of the Peace for this County
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEAgarHonsee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount Mayo
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEAlice (nee AGAR)Lady Viscountess Mayosee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount Mayo
LT1837109NPDBOURKEAnneMrsAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South Wales
LC1769424NPSBOURKEBridget [Dublin, April 22] Saturday last, after the execution of Christopher MORGAN and Bridget BOURKE, the Mob pulled down the Gallows.
FJ1860215NPDBOURKEBridget Extraordinary Longevity — A woman of the name of Bridget BOURKE died last week in Cashel Union Workhouse, aged 108 years. She had been an inmate of the Workhouse for the last ten years. She retained her faculties to the last. Her daughter aged 80, is an inmate of the Workhouse.—Clonmel Chronicle
FJ18311006NPMBOURKEFrances Emma At St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South Wales
LGA1819720NPSBOURKEJames Arrest of Robert HOLMES for the murder and robbery of James BOURKE
LT1837109NPDBOURKEJohnEsqAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South Wales
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKEJohnViscount Mayosee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount Mayo
LGA1815203NPSBOURKEJohn Attack on house at Ardpatrick
LGA1815217NPSBOURKEJohn Committed, By Charles D OLIVER, Esq, to the County Jail, John BOURKE, Wm. TORPRY, and Daniel REARDON, charged with burglarously breaking open the houuse of Thos. DILLANE, of Ardpatrick and attempting to burn it.
LEP-CS1831419NPSBOURKERichardMaj-Gen Sir
General BOURKE
Major-General BOURKE, K. C. B., of Thornville, County Limerick, has been appointed Governor-General of New South Wales—a situation the important duties of which his well known abilities and long experience fully qualify him to discharge with credit to himself and advantage to that extensive Colony.
LEP-CS1831510NPSBOURKERichardMaj-Gen SirMajor-General BOURKE and family left Thornfield, naer Limerick, on Friday, for London, from whence they will shortly proceed for New South Wales, to the Governorship of which the galant general has been lately appointed.
LEP-CS18281121NPSBOURKERichardRevThe Rev. Richard BOURKE thankfully acknowledges the receipt of 1l. each from Mrs. CREED, of Ballynanty, and Edward CROKER, of Grange Hill House, Esq. in aid of the building of the new Chapel of Bruff.
LT1837109NPDBOURKERichardSirAt Dundee, on the 29th ult, at the house of her son-in-law the Rev H HORSLEY, Mrs Anne BOURKE relict of the late John BOURKE Esq of this county, and mother of Maj Gen Sir Richard BOURKE Governer of New South Wales
LEP-CS1828829NPSBOURKERobertRevLaying the first stone of the Chapel of Bruff
LEP-CS1829313NPSBOURKERobertRevBuff New Chapel.—In addition to the sums already received in aid of this splendid building, the Rev. Robert BOURKE thankfully acknowledges receipt of the following sums for that benevolent object:— Very Rev. Dean M'NEMARA, 10l; Rev. James MOORE, Mungret, 1l; Standish O'GRADY, Castle-farm, 1l; Pierce SHANNON, Esq. 1l; John Hogan, Jas., 1l; Mr. Matthew O'BRIEN, Dromin, 1l; Patrick WATERS, Esq. Fermoy, 2l; Mr. Charles CREED, Ballinatone, 1l; Messrs. John and James FLINN, 1l each, and Mr. John CUSACK, 1l.
LEP-CS1829407NPSBOURKERobertRevThe Right Rev. Dr. RYAN has handed five Guineas to the Rev Robert BOURKE, Treasurer of th Bruff Chapel Committee, as adonation of the Count de Salis, received by his Lordship, through the hands of Stephen DICKSON, Esq. towards that building. The Rev. Mr. BURKE also acknowledges the receipt of 2l from Messrs. Alexander ROY & Co., John's-Gate Brewery, for the same purpose.
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKETheobaldHonsee Sir Theobald BOURKE, Viscount Mayo
Pue'sO17461004NPSBOURKETheobaldSir, Viscount MayoA curious fine monument is finished by Mr CHEERE in London, and sent to Ireland to be erected in the memory of the Rt Hon Theobald Lord Viscount Mayo, on which is the following inscription

A faithful friend, a dutiful son,
An affectionate Brother,
And a tender Husband;
He passed through Life
With unblemished Honour, beloved and esteemed
By all that knew him
His manners were easy,
His Temper gentle and humane;
The knowledge of his high birth
Had no other Effect upon him,
Than to make it his Study, in all the Offices of Life
To live up to the Character, to which he was born,
Being sensible that truest Nobility
Is that of the Mind;
And to possess it in the highest degree,
Is to walk in the paths of Virtue;
Which he did to the day of his death.
He died at London the 7th day of January 1741,
In the 36th year of his Age,
Much lamented, but by none more sincerely
Than by his much beloved consort,
Alice, Lady Viscountess Mayo,
The eldest Daughter of James AGAR
Of Gowran in the county of Kilkenny, Esq;
And of his wife, Daughter of Sir Henry WEMYS,
By whom he had two sons, Theobald and Agar,
Who both died young.
In Testimony of the affectionate Respect,
Which his Lady
Most deservedly retains for his Memory,
This Monument was by her erected.
[Lodge: married March 1726, Member of Parliament for St Cannice, interred at Ballintober; succeeded by his brother John]
Pue'sO1739616NPSBOURKETheobaldViscount MayoYesterday a servant belonging to the Rt Hon the Lord Viscount Mayo, was tryed for the killing of one Mr WALDRON, by the accidental going off of a pistol, and acquitted
LEP-CS18291020NPSBOURKEWalter Committed to the County Gaol, since our last, by Thomas P. VOKES, Esq. John DUNWORTH and Lawrence LYNCH, charged with the murder of Timothy NEIL and Walter BOURKE at Ballynahinch on the 12th of April last.
FJ18311006NPMBOURKE Maj GenAt St George's church, Hanover Square London, The Rev John JEBB eldest son of Mr Justice JEBB, and nephew of the Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Frances Emma, youngest daughter of Maj Gen BOURKE of Thornvale , co Limerick, and Govenor of New South Wales
LEP-CS1830723NPSBOVENIZERWilliam City Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The following were sentenced to seven years transportation:—Honora LONG, David HARTIGAN, John CONNORS, William BOVENIZER, Michael KENNEDY (a boy), Catherine RYAN, and Catherine FITZGERALD
LC1824602NPBBOWDENJohn PEsqAt Oak Grove, Co Cork, the lady of John P. BOWDEN, Esq of a son and heir.
FJ1765413-16NPDBOWEN[Catherine nee WIGHT]widowThe relict of the Rev William John BOWEN
LGA1814830NPSBOWEN[female] An inquest was held Wednesday last, by Edward CARTE and Bryan SHEEHY, Esqrs Magistrates for this county, on the body of John SWITZER, of Courtmatrix, a farmer who was fired at by a woman called BOWEN – It was said that the deceased was supposed to have propagated reports injurious to the character of the woman, and she in a fit of rage, discharged a loaded musket at him, the contents of which lodged in his right eye— after several witnesses were examined, the jury returned a verdict of wilful murder
FJ1849208NPMBOWENBessie Cole In Farahy Church, Matthew BRADDELL Esq MD of Mallow to Bessie Cole only daughter of the late Robert Cole BOWEN of Bowen's Court, co Cork
FJ1858130NPDBOWENBryanna Cole January 21, in Bandon, Bryanna Cole, eldest daughter of the late Rev N Cole BOWEN vicar of Ballyfeard, co Cork
FJ18551120NPDBOWENCatherineHonNovember 13, in Upper Mount Street, the Hon Catherine relict of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt, co Cork
LC1797125NPMBOWENCatherine ColeMissFriday, 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.
LC1823104NPDBOWENColeEsqAt the house of her mother, Kingston's Buildings, Bandon, Mary, the wife of Cole BOWEN, Esq
LGA1806923NPDBOWENCornwallisEsq LtLately at Bath, sincerely lamented, Cornwallis BOWEN, Esq Lt in the 78th Regt, only son of Maj Henry BOWEN, a native of this city ...
LEP-CS18281128NPMBOWENEdmond ColeEsqEdmond Cole Bowen Esq Attorney to Margaret second daughter of Thomas LYSAGHT Esq attorney
FJ1829629NPDBOWENEdmond ColeEsqJune 25, in Roches Street Limerick, after a short illness to the deep regret of his family Edmond Cole BOWEN Esq attorney at law 2nd son of the late Ralph Cole BOWEN Esq
LEP-CS1829630NPDBOWENEdmond ColeEsqIn Roche Street Limerick after a short illness deeply regretted, Edmond Cole BOWEN Esq attorney-at-law, second son of the late Ralph Cole BOWEN Esq
LEP-CS1829904NPBBOWENEdmond ColeEsqAt the house of her mother, Georges Square Kilrush, the lady of the late E C BOWEN Esq of Limerick attorney at law of a son
LC1827711NPMBOWENElizabeth Yesterday, at Mungret Church, Lieut SIDLEY, 86th Regiment, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Ralph Cole BOWEN, Esq
FJ1783605-07NPDBOWENEllenMissAt Oak Grove Co Corke, aged 17, Miss Ellen BOWEN daughter of John BOWEN Esq
LC1797118NPMBOWENHenriettaMissLast Sunday morning, at Kilmurry Church, Mr. Thomas ORR, Revenue Officer, to the amiable Miss Henrietta BOWEN, daughter of the late Mr. Henry BOWEN, of this city, and sister to Major Henry BOWEN, stationed in Scilly.
FJ1820718NPMBOWENHenrietta On the 13th inst, in Bandon, John HORNIBROOK jun Esq to Henrietta, second daughter of the Rev Nicholas BOWEN of that town
LC1797118NPMBOWENHenryMajLast Sunday morning, at Kilmurry Church, Mr. Thomas ORR, Revenue Officer, to the amiable Miss Henrietta BOWEN, daughter of the late Mr. Henry BOWEN, of this city, and sister to Major Henry BOWEN, stationed in Scilly.
LGA1806923NPDBOWENHenryMajLately at Bath, sincerely lamented, Cornwallis BOWEN, Esq Lt in the 78th Regt, only son of Maj Henry BOWEN, a native of this city ...
LC1797118NPMBOWENHenryMrLast Sunday morning, at Kilmurry Church, Mr. Thomas ORR, Revenue Officer, to the amiable Miss Henrietta BOWEN, daughter of the late Mr. Henry BOWEN, of this city, and sister to Major Henry BOWEN, stationed in Scilly.
Pue'sO1747331NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqWednesday last died suddenly at his seat near Mallow in the co Cork, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq a young gentleman of a fair character and his death is much lamented
FJ1788331NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Mallow, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowen's Court
FJ1789828NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqHenry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt Co Cork to Miss PRITTIE daughter of Henry PRITTIE Esq Knight of the Shire for the county Tipperary
LC1797125NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqFriday, 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.
LGA1818331NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt mallow, on Friday last, Ralph Cole BOWEN Esq deeply regretted by a large family and numerous acquaintenances and one of the younger sons of the late Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowen's Court, Cork
FJ1818404NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqOn Friday ;ast, Ralph Cole BOWEN Esq son of the late Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowens Court co Cork
LGA18181023NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqThis morning by the Rev Windham M FITZGERALD at St George's church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Mallow Esq to Anne Jane d of the late Hampden HELY of Faulkiners Court, county Kilkenny , Esq
FJ18191204NPBBOWENHenry ColeEsqIn Limerick, the lady of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of a son and heir
LC1826524NPBBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Castle Connell, the lady of Henry Cole BOWEN, Esq of twins
LEP-CS1830112NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Georges Church, Limerick by the Rev P PEACOCK, Capt Edward Sheffield CASSAN late of his Majesty's 18th Royal Irish Regt to Isabella Sara Cole BOWEN daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN of Bawens Court Esq
FJ1830114NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqJanuary 7, at George's church, Limerick, Capt Edward Sheffield CASSAN late of His Majesty's 18th Royal Irish Regt to Isabella Sara Cole BOWEN daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowens Court, in the co Cork
LC1833523NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt 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 ...
LC1834618NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt innoshannon church, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bandon to Elizabeth eldest daughter of William LANDER Esq of Kinsale
LC1835117NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Prospect Row Stephens Cole BWEN Esq son of the late Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowens Court co Cork originally of the Royal Irish Artillery and late of the Roy Vets Battn. This lmtd gent served with credit in America & the Peninsula war & 39th & 90th Reg
LC1837204NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqOn the 27th ult, at Bath, in the 75th year of his age, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt co Cork
LT1837206NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqOn the 27th ult, at Bath, in the 75th year of his age Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowens Court, co Cork
LS1838105NPBBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Bowens Court, co Cork, the lady of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of a son
LS1839222NPBBOWENHenry ColeEsqAt Bowenscourt, Mallow, the lady of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of a daughter
LS1840625NPBBOWENhenry ColeEsqThe lady of Henry Cole BOWEN of Bowenscourt, Kildorrey, esq of a daughter
FJ1841923NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqOn the 18th inst, of fever, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt, co Cork
FJ18551120NPDBOWENHenry ColeEsqNovember 13, in Upper Mount Street, the Hon Catherine relict of Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowenscourt, co Cork
FJ1859112NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsqJanuary 8, at Fanelly, the Rev Brabazon Thomas DISNEY, to Sarah Cole eldest daughter of thevlate Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowen's Court, co Cork
LEP-CS1829313NPMBOWENHenry ColeEsq JunAt Rahan Church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court, Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of mallow Esq
FJ1829318NPMBOWENHenry Colejun EsqAt Rahan Church, on the 7th inst by the Rev James BROWNE, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Bowen's Court Esq to Eliza eldest daughter of St John GALWAY of Mallow Esq
LGA18191126NPBBOWENHenry Cole In Mallow street, the lady of Henry Cole BOWEN of a son and heir
LEP-CS18291120NPMBOWENHenry S CEsqAt St George's Church, Everton, by the Rev G MONK, Henry S C BOWEN, Esq. of Limerick, to Martha, second daughter of the late James GIBSON, od Vererton Crescent, Liverpool, Esq
LEP-CS1830112NPMBOWENIsabella Sara Cole At Georges Church, Limerick by the Rev P PEACOCK, Capt Edward Sheffield CASSAN late of his Majesty's 18th Royal Irish Regt to Isabella Sara Cole BOWEN daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN of Bawens Court Esq
FJ1830114NPMBOWENIsabella Sara Cole January 7, at George's church, Limerick, Capt Edward Sheffield CASSAN late of His Majesty's 18th Royal Irish Regt to Isabella Sara Cole BOWEN daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bowens Court, in the co Cork
LC1832811NPBBOWENJEsqAt Oakgrove, co Cork, the lady of J BOWEN Esq of a daughter
FJ1820516NPBBOWENJohnEsqIn Cork the lady of John BOWEN of Oakgrove of a daughter
FJ1821703NPBBOWENJohnEsqOn Friday last, in Cork, the lady of John BOWEN of Oak Grove, in that county, of a daughter
FJ1823218NPBBOWENJohnEsqOn Saturday last, at Oakgrove, co Cork, the lady of John BOWEN Esq of a daughter
LEP-CS1828718NPBBOWENJohnEsqAt Oakgrove, Co Cork, the lady of John BOWEN Esq of a son
LEP-CS1830914NPBBOWENJohnEsqAt Oakgrove, Co Cork, the lady of John BOWEN Esq of a daughter
FJ1830915NPBBOWENJohnEsqOn the 6th inst, at Oakgrove, co Cork, the lady of J BOWEN Esq of a daughter
LC1834816NPBBOWENJohnesqAt Oakgrove, co Cork, the lady of John BOWEN Esq of a son
LS1837505NPBBOWENJohnEsqThe lady of John BOWEN of Oakgrove, co Cork, of a daughter
LC1796109NPMBOWENJohn ColeEsqAt Passage Church, by the Rev. Ed. LLOYD, John Cole BOWEN, Captain in His Mahesty's 8th West India Regiment, to Miss Martha RANDALL, daughter of the late Lieut. RANDALL, of the Royal Navy.
LS1839507NPMBOWENMargaretwidowAt Tarbert, on Fri last, Basil Lukey D'AVOREN Esq son of the late BASIL D'AVOREN Esq Solicitor Glenwood co Clare to Margaret widow of the late Edmund Cole BOWEN Esq Solicitor of this city & granddaughter of the late Gen VALANCY, Chief Engineer of Ireland
LEP-CS1828523NPMBOWENMaria On Tuesday morning in Dublin, the Rev Pryce PEACOCK of Limerick to Maria daughter of the late Ralph Cole BOWEN Esq
LC1823104NPDBOWENMary At the house of her mother, Kingston's Buildings, Bandon, Mary, the wife of Cole BOWEN, Esq

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Christopher ABBOT  Walter ATKIN  Part 01
Walter ATKIN  Emanuel BAYLEY  Part 02
Henry BAYLEY  Joseph BENNETT  Part 03
Joseph BENNETT   BLACKER  Part 04
George BLACKETT  Mary BOWEN  Part 05
Nicholas BOWEN  William BROWN  Part 06
William BROWN  Thomas CARROL  Part 07
CARROL  Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Part 08
Tankerville William CHAMBERLAIN  Robert CHRISTIE  Part 09
CHRISTIE  Catherine CONLAN  Part 10
Thomas CONLEY  Charles Philips COOTE  Part 11
Charles Philips COOTE   COOTE  Part 12
COOTE  Charles CROKER  Part 13
Charles CROKER  Helen Maria CROKER  Part 14
Henrietta Ellen CROKER  John Wilson CROKER  Part 15
John Wilson CROKER  William CROKER  Part 16
William CROKER  James DAWSON  Part 17
James DAWSON  Susan DOUGLAS  Part 18
Ansitasia DOWDALL  John DREW  Part 19
John DREW  John (the younger) DWYER  Part 20
Joseph DWYER   EWING  Part 21
Richard EYRE  Anthony FORSTER  Part 22
C J FORSTER  Thomas GARDE  Part 23
Thomas Wiliam GARDE  Paul GORE  Part 24
Percy GORE  John GREEN  Part 25
M GREEN  Samuel R HARDING  Part 26
Thomas HARDING  Margaret HENRY  Part 27
Margaret HENRY  Robert HOLMES  Part 28
Robert HOLMES  John HUNT  Part 29
John HUNT   JOCELYN  Part 30
Christopher JOHNSON  John KERNAN  Part 31
John KERNAN  Roger LANGLEY  Part 32
Roger LANGLEY  John LEE  Part 33
John LEE  James LEO  Part 34
John LEO  John LUTHER  Part 35
John LUTHER  Richard MARTIN  Part 36
Robert MARTIN  Thomas MAUNSELL  Part 37
Thomas MAUNSELL  R M MEREDITH  Part 38
Rice MEREDITH   MOONEY  Part 39
MOONEY  Carroll P NAISH  Part 40
NAISH  Thomas O'DELL  Part 41
Thomas O'DELL  Robert ORMSBY  Part 42
Thomas ORMSBY  Robert PEACOCKE  Part 43
Rodney Robert PEACOCKE  Henry Hartstonge PERY  Part 44
Henry Hartstonge PERY  Richard PUE  Part 45
Richard PUNCE   REVOLTS  Part 46
Bridget REYNOLDS  Thomas Maunsell ROSE  Part 47
Thomas Maunsell ROSE  William RYVES  Part 48
William RYVES  Thomas SHEPPARD  Part 49
Robert SHERIDAN  Thomas SPRING  Part 50
Thomas SPRING  Benjamin SWAN  Part 51
Benjamin SWAN  James SYMES  Part 52
John SYMES   TAYLOR  Part 53
TAYLOR   TURNER  Part 54
Charles Bury TURPIN  Jeoffry WALDRON  Part 55
Jeofry WALDRON  Nathaniel WEEKES  Part 56
Nicholas WEEKES  Thomas WILLSON  Part 57
William WILLSON  William WILSON  Part 58
William WILSON    Part 59
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