King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 39

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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FJ1823721NPDKELLY MrsOn the 10th inst,Francis DREW, Esq of Drewscourt, co Limerick, a gentleman of most unboundedcharity and sterling worth. His extensive estates in the cos Limerick and Kerry devolve to his only sister, the lady of John Cuff KELLY Esq of StormontNickR
FJ1829915NPDKELLY MrsAt her brother's house in Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late Mr John KELLY of Russheen, same county, and sister to the very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff, VGNickR
LEP-CS1829915NPDKELLY MrsIn Thomas Street Limerick, Mrs KELLY widow of the late John KELLY of Rusheen county Limerick and sister to the Very Rev Dr RYAN of Bruff V GNickR
WMT J18231113NPMKELLY Rev DeanAt Holly Park, in the County of Galway, by the Rev. Dean Kelly, Henry Joseph Dolphin, of Summer-hill, in said County, Esq., to Margaret Sarah, eldest daughter of Pierce Blake, Esq.SdeM
Cork Const1837204NPMKEMBLEEmma At Quebec, in the Cathedral, by the Lord Bishop of Montreal, George L. DAMES, Esq., Lieutenant 66th Regiment, son of Thomas Longworth DAMES, Esq., Green Hill, King's County, to Emma, only daughter of Wm. KEMBLE, Esq., of QuebecNickR
Cork Const1837204NPMKEMBLEWilliamEsqAt Quebec, in the Cathedral, by the Lord Bishop of Montreal, George L. DAMES, Esq., Lieutenant 66th Regiment, son of Thomas Longworth DAMES, Esq., Green Hill, King's County, to Emma, only daughter of Wm. KEMBLE, Esq., of QuebecNickR
LEP-CS1829403NPDKEMPJohnMrIn Sydney New South Wales, Mr John KEMP, son of Mr Richard KEMP of CorkNickR
LEP-CS1829403NPDKEMPRichardMrIn Sydney New South Wales, Mr John KEMP, son of Mr Richard KEMP of CorkNickR
WMT J1824715NPMKENEDYHughEsqAt George's Church, Dublin, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Bigoe Henzell, Hugh Kenedy, of Cultra, in the County Down, Esq., to Sophia Low, daughter of the Hon. Mrs. Henzell, and niece to the late Lord Viscount Boyne, of Stackallen, in the County of Meath.SdeM
LGA1811809NPSKENNANLoughlin Armagh Assizes ... Loughlin KENNAN [Laughlin KEENAN in Peter Maybury's convict site], for falsly pretending and affirming that one John MCFARLAN was a deserter, and thereby obtaining from Leonard DOBBIN, Esq. the pro-collector, the sum of one pound. Guilty -- to be transported for seven years.NickR
WMT J1824122NPDKENNANThomasEsqAt his country seat, Diswellstown, on Sunday, the 11th instant, Thomas Kennan, Esq.SdeM
LC1797722NPMKENNEDYAlexanderRevOn Saturday last, at Christ Church [Cork], by the Rev. Alexander KENNEDY, Mr. Edward BENNETT, to the agreeable and sentemental Miss CASEY, of this city [Cork].NickR
CMC18081125NPMKENNEDYAlexanderRevOn Tuesday the 13th inst, at Christchurch, by the Rev Alexander KENNEDY, Lieut. William LEWIS, of the Navy, and Agent of Transports, to Miss Margaret BARRY, daughter of the late William BARRY, Esq. of Charleville.NickR
LGA1815117NPSKENNEDYConnor By said magistrate [Rickard LLOYD] to said jail [County] Connor KENNEDY charged before the Rev Charles COOTEwith aiding and assisting in an attempt to murder John HAYES by firing at him with intent to killNickR
FJ18541025NPMKENNEDYEdwardSir BtOctober 19, at Almondsbury, Gloucestershire, Sir Edward KENNEDY Bt of Johnstown Castle, co Kildare to Lady Augusta PERY, youngest daughter of Henry Hartstonge, Viscount Glentworth and sister of the present Earl of LimerickNickR
WMT J1827315NPDKENNEDYGeorge HSurgeonAt Miltown, County of Kerry, of a fever, aged 20 years, Thomas, son of Surgeon George H. Kennedy. SdeM
LHMA17891019NPMKENNEDYHenryMr[Dublin] Mr. Henry KENNEDY, of Abbey Street, to Miss. KENNEDY, of King Street.NickR
LC_LM1774314NPSKENNEDYJames Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
WMT J18241230NPDKENNEDYJohnEsqAt Montpelier, in France, on the 25th ult., John Kennedy, Esq. late of Limerick, Banker.SdeM
WMT J18241216NPDKENNEDYJohn On the 25th of last month, at Montpelier, in France, John Kennedy, Esq., late of Limerick, banker.SdeM
LC17681013NPSKENNEDYMary We hear from Kilfinnan, that on Sunday the 2d. last, Mary KENNEDY, and on the Sunday Following, Edmond TRACEY publickly read their recantation from the errors of the Church of RomeNickR
LEP-CS1830723NPSKENNEDYMichaela boyCity 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 FITZGERALDNickR
LEP-CS1831513NPSKENNEDYPatrick Committed to County Limerick Jail by Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Patrick HERLEHY, charge with robbery; By Richard MASON, Esq., Patrick KENNEDY, charged with turning pasture land;NickR
WMT J1824513NPDKENNEDYThomasEsqIn Londonderry on the 3d instant, Thomas Kennedy, Esq. late one of the High Sheriffs of that city.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDKENNEDYThomas At Miltown, County of Kerry, of a fever, aged 20 years, Thomas, son of Surgeon George H. Kennedy. SdeM
LHMA17891019NPMKENNEDY Miss[Dublin] Mr. Henry KENNEDY, of Abbey Street, to Miss. KENNEDY, of King Street.NickR
WMT J1823417NPMKENNEDY MissOn Saturday morning last, in St. Patrick's Cathedral, James Hendrick, Esq., of the Paving Board, to the amiable and highly accomplished Miss Kennedy, only daughter of Mr. Kennedy, of Marrowbone-lane, Cooper.SdeM
WMT J1823417NPMKENNEDY MrOn Saturday morning last, in St. Patrick's Cathedral, James Hendrick, Esq., of the Paving Board, to the amiable and highly accomplished Miss Kennedy, only daughter of Mr. Kennedy, of Marrowbone-lane, Cooper.SdeM
WMT J1826810NPMKENNYDEsqD. Kenny, Esq. to Sophia Tenison, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Mr. Tenison, of the County of Wicklow. SdeM
CMC1808817NPMKENNYE HRevAt Kilmeen Church, on Tuesday the 8th inst, by the Rev. E. H. KENNY, Herbert GILLMAN, of Eniskeen, Esq to Miss BENNETT, eldest daughter of Francis BENNETT, of Bennetts Grove, in this county, EsqNickR
FJ1858218NPMKENNYJohn BellDrFebruary 15, at the Roman Catholic Church, Maynooth, by the Rev J CAINEN, Dr John Bell KENNY of this city to Kate Mary, fourth daughter of the late Thomas CHAMBERLAIN Esq Leister Lodge, MaynoothNickR
WMT J18231030NPMKENNYMaria In Ennis, Thomas Lingard, Esq. of the 25th, or King's Borderers, to Maria, eldest daughter of William Kenny, Esq. of that town.SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMKENNYMaria In Ennis Church, Thomas Lingard, Esq., of the 25th Regiment, to Maria, daughter of William Kenny, Esq.SdeM
LT18361003NPMKENNYThomasRevOn Thursday, at Ballynaclough church, co Tipperary, by the Rev James Hill POE, Rector of Nenagh and afterwards of the house of her father by the Rev Thomas KENNY RCC of Nenagh, Edward LEE of Nenagh Esq to Frances 2nd d of M RYAN of Tyone House TIP EsqNickR
WMT J1823529NPMKENNYTimothyMrMr. Timothy Kenny, of this town, merchant, to Miss Lynham, of Kinnegad.SdeM
WMT J18231030NPMKENNYWilliamEsqIn Ennis, Thomas Lingard, Esq. of the 25th, or King's Borderers, to Maria, eldest daughter of William Kenny, Esq. of that town.SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMKENNYWilliamEsqIn Ennis Church, Thomas Lingard, Esq., of the 25th Regiment, to Maria, daughter of William Kenny, Esq.SdeM
LGA1819312NPSKENNYWilliam Committals: ... To the county Gaol ... By H. BEVAN, Esq. Roger MCNAMARA, killing a sheep the property of Mrs. CREED.
By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Wm. KENNY, assault and robbery.
NickR
WMT J1824617NPDKENTEdwardEsqIn London, on the 31st of May, Edward Kent, Esq., late of Stephen's-Green, one of the oldest Members of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.SdeM
WMT J1827125NPDKENTW DMasterAt Kingstown, Master W.D. Kent, aged eight years. SdeM
LC1792523NPSKEOGHJames Lat Monday morning a cot, in which were Laurence CLOON, gardiner; James KEOGH, labourer; Michael GARVEY, stone-cutter; John KEEFE, tailor; and —— HOURIGAN, a boy of 12 years of age,—crossing from Donass to Castle Connell, was by the force of the current, carried down the rapid leap, dashed to pieces, and melancholy to relate, every on of the before mentioned people unfortunately perished.NickR
LGA18191130NPSKEOGHJohn Committals
To the County Gaol, by Joseph GUBBINS, Esq. Michael LEDDIN, charged with the murder of John WOODS. By Charrles D. OLIVER, Esq. to said Gaol, John KEOGH, charged with burglary and felony. By said magistrate, to said Gaol, Pat. BARRETT, charged with burglary and felony. By said Magistrate, Michael FARRELL, for forcibly taking away the daughter of John LEO, and appearing in arms.
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CG HA1788214NPMKEOGHOwenMrWaterford ... Last week was married, Mr Owen KEOGH, of Newfoundland, to Miss Alice MALONE, of Lady lane.NickR
WMT J18261102NPAKEONEllen Benedicta CHANCERY. In the matter of Miles Keon, and Ellen Benedicta Keon, Minors. ... lands of Shinglalass ... late in the possession of Miles Keon, Esq., deceased ... SdeM
WMT J18261102NPAKEONMilesEsqCHANCERY. In the matter of Miles Keon, and Ellen Benedicta Keon, Minors. ... lands of Shinglalass ... late in the possession of Miles Keon, Esq., deceased ... SdeM
WMT J18261102NPAKEONMiles CHANCERY. In the matter of Miles Keon, and Ellen Benedicta Keon, Minors. ... lands of Shinglalass ... late in the possession of Miles Keon, Esq., deceased ... SdeM
WMT J1824429NPDKEOUGHJEsqOn Sunday last, of fever, M. Keough, Esq., Lieutenant on half-pay of the 25th Regt. and eldest son of J. Keough, Esq., one of the Sheriffs of the City of Kilkenny.SdeM
LGA18191119NPSKEOUGHJohn Last night the Rev James ELLARD, of Kilfinan-Glebe, accompanied by Charles BENNETT, Esq. and a party of active inhabitants of that place, proceeded to search for several bad characters, against whom they had information---after a verl long walk and searching several houses, succeeded in taking up John KEOUGH, of the parish of Genure, a very noted fellow--he is lodged in Kilfinan jailNickR
WMT J1824429NPDKEOUGHMEsq Lt h/pOn Sunday last, of fever, M. Keough, Esq., Lieutenant on half-pay of the 25th Regt. and eldest son of J. Keough, Esq., one of the Sheriffs of the City of Kilkenny.SdeM
LT1836208NPMKERBYJohnMrOn Saturday morning, in Upper Glentworth Street by the Rev Mr D'ARCY VP of St Michael's Mr John KERBY grocer of Mary Street to Miss Bridget REDDANNickR
Pue'sO17531020NPSKERFORD MrLast week one William MATHEWS, a farmer in the co of Wicklow was taken up and comitted to Wicklow Goal, being charged on Oath by one BROWN with the murder & robery of Mr KERFORD a malster 26 years ago during which time BROWN has been out of the KingdomNickR
LC18241124NPDKERNANEdwardDrOn Friday, Doctor MURPHY, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher—He is succeeded by Dr KERNANNickR
FJ18431007NPMKERNANEdwardEsqIn Catherines Place, Linmerick, by the Rev James D'ARCY PP of St Michaels, Edward KERNAN Esq of New Orleans and late of Dublin, to Frances youngest daughter of James KEARNEY EsqNickR
WMT J18241021NPMKERNANEdwardMost Rev Dr RC Bishop of ClogherOn Saturday 16th instant, in Upper Dominick-street, by the Right Rev. Doctor Kernan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr. John Byrne, of Carrickmacross, to Miss Mary Anne Dunne, of this city.SdeM
FJ1846912NPDKERNANEdwardMrOn the 4th inst, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs KERNAN, wife of Edward KERNAN, shopkeeper, EnniskillenNickR
FJ1844210NPDKERNANEdwardRt RevOn the 30th ult, in Carrickmacross, at the residence of his brother, the Rt Rev Edward KERNAN, Catholic bishop of Clogher, Randal KERNAN Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
FJ1831121NPMKERNANEdwardRt Rev DrIn George's place, on the 20th inst, by the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Thomas CROKER, of this city, solicitor, to Mary daughter of the late Timothy DOYLE of Graig, in the co Kilkenny, EsqNickR
FJ1835926NPMKERNANEdwardRt Rev Dr, Bishop of ColgherOn the 20th inst, at Bundoran, co Donegal, by the lady's uncle, the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr Terence MIHAN, of Enniskillen, merchant, to Miss CROKER sister of Thomas CROKER Esq solicitorNickR
FJ1855129NPDKERNANFrancesMrsJanuary 16, at Upper Prince Edward Terace, Blackrock, aged 71, Mrs Frances KERNAN, relict of John KERNAN EsqNickR
FJ18431006NPMKERNANGeorgeEsqOn the 2nd inst, John Talffe KERNAN Esq son of George KERNAN of Lower Dominick Street Esq to Mary only daughter of Christopher MORIARTY Eq of Camden StreetNickR
FJ18521009NPDKERNANGeorgeEsqOctober 4, aged 75 years, at Donay, George KERNAN Esq, late of Dominick Street, in this cityNickR
FJ1851813NPMKERNANJamesEsqAugust 12, at Seapoint House, Rostrevor, by the Rev Bernarrd MOONEY, PP James KERNAN of Cavendish Row Dublin Esq to Mary eldest daughter of the late John DONOHOE of South Earl street Dublin EsqNickR
FJ1852826NPBKERNANJamesEsqAug. 24, at 5, Cavendish-row, the lady of James KERNAN Esq of a daughterNickR
LGA1808614NPMKERNANJohnEsqLately, John KERNAN Esq of Capra Lodge, co Monaghan, to the amiale and accomplished Miss PERENDERGAST of LoughreaNickR
LGA1808621NPMKERNANJohnEsqJohn KERNAN Esq of Cara-Lodge, co Monaghan, to Miss PERENDERGAST of LoughreaNickR
FJ1855129NPDKERNANJohnEsqJanuary 16, at Upper Prince Edward Terace, Blackrock, aged 71, Mrs Frances KERNAN, relict of John KERNAN EsqNickR
FJ1810212NPMKERNANJohnMrAt Counsellor KERNAN's, Capel Street, Mr John KERNAN of Upper Bridge Street to Eleanor daughter of T MEIGHAN Esq of EnniskillenNickR
FJ1853113NPDKERNANJohnMrJanuary 11, at Whitworth Row, Seville Place, Mr John KERNAN, aged 74NickR
FJ1847129NPDKERNANJohn TEsqOn the 25th inst, at his residence in Dominick street, John T KERNAN EsqNickR
FJ18431006NPMKERNANJohn TalfffeEsqOn the 2nd inst, John Talffe KERNAN Esq son of George KERNAN of Lower Dominick Street Esq to Mary only daughter of Christopher MORIARTY Eq of Camden StreetNickR
FJ1810212NPMKERNANRandalCounsellorAt Counsellor KERNAN's, Capel Street, Mr John KERNAN of Upper Bridge Street to Eleanor daughter of T MEIGHAN Esq of EnniskillenNickR
LC18241106NPDKERNANRandalEsqAt Enniskinnen, the Lady of Randal KERNAN, Esq. Barrister at lawNickR
FJ1844210NPDKERNANRandalEsqOn the 30th ult, in Carrickmacross, at the residence of his brother, the Rt Rev Edward KERNAN, Catholic bishop of Clogher, Randal KERNAN Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
FJ18551103NPMKERNEYHannah Agnes October 28, in the church of St Andrew, Westland Row, by the Rev M FARRELL, Mr John LEE, Dame Street, to Hannah Agnes, second daughter of Mr Wm KERNEY, Angelsea StreetNickR
FJ18551103NPMKERNEYWilliamMrOctober 28, in the church of St Andrew, Westland Row, by the Rev M FARRELL, Mr John LEE, Dame Street, to Hannah Agnes, second daughter of Mr Wm KERNEY, Angelsea StreetNickR
FJ18591226NPMKERRJohnEsqDecember 20, at Randalstown, by the Rev Dr HOGG, John KERR, Esq, of Holly Park, to Martha, daughter of John CASHELL, Esq, randalstownNickR
LC1793626NPSKEVANE Mr  Tralee, June 21. Wednesday Mrs. MULLINS arrived in town from Dingle, with a chest of deeds, papers, &c. To the value of 100,000l which she lodged in our Customs House, to secure them from the rage of the mob in Dingle. She solicited for a company of the of the 34th quartered here to be permitted to join the other company in Dingle; but her request would not be complied with, without an order from the Government.
  In the riot in Dingle last Sunday, the house of Mr. KEVANE was entered, and thereout taken and carried off 52 guineas.
  It is confidently asserted that the mob in Dingle amounted to 4,000.
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LC1827707NPAKEYSJohn EFFIN.
Rose a. Norcott.
PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.
Thomas ELLIS.
Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.
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LC1826201NPSKEYSMichaelMrThomas P. VOKES, Esq. arrested on Wednesday evening, in Dublin, Mr. Michael KEYS, of Garryspillane, in this County, charged with the murder of Pat SLATTERY, of Kilfinnan. He has been, since the perpetration, purchasing horses for the 15th Hussars, in the Counties of Meath and Cavan.NickR
WMT J1823109NPDKIDDFrancisMrOn Friday, the 3d instant, Mr. Francis Kidd, youngest son of the late Mr. William Kidd, of this town. The suprising patience and fortitude with which he bore his painful and severe illness, evinced a mind deeply impressed with the goodness and mercy of his creator, and possessing a pure hope of bliss beyond the grave; the truly mild and amiable qualities of his heart, which his modest and retiring deportment rendered apparently latent, yet on collision were easily drawn forth, and it were not hazarding much to assert that few within our knowledge, have lived more generally esteemed or died more generally regretted.
"And the tear that we shed, tho' in silence it rolls,
Shall long keep his memory green in our souls."
SdeM
WMT J1826112NPDKIDDGeorgeMrOn the 1st inst. at Russell place, Dublin, Mr. George Kidd, aged 75 years. The high sense of integrity and truth by which this worthy man was distinguished through a long life, has rarely been equalled, never surpassed. He was, in the most liberal and comprehensive sense of the expression, an honest man. SdeM
WMT J1827222NPDKIDDHughEsqIn the house of Hugh Kidd, Esq., Armagh, on the morning of Thursday the 8th inst. of consumption in his 29th year, Mr. Joseph Campbell, formerly of Newry. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMKIDDJohnEsqIn St. Peter's Church, on Saturday last, Frances, second daughter of Joseph Hines, of Sligo, Esq. to John Kidd, of Dundalk, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1823109NPDKIDDWilliamMrOn Friday, the 3d instant, Mr. Francis Kidd, youngest son of the late Mr. William Kidd, of this town. The suprising patience and fortitude with which he bore his painful and severe illness, evinced a mind deeply impressed with the goodness and mercy of his creator, and possessing a pure hope of bliss beyond the grave; the truly mild and amiable qualities of his heart, which his modest and retiring deportment rendered apparently latent, yet on collision were easily drawn forth, and it were not hazarding much to assert that few within our knowledge, have lived more generally esteemed or died more generally regretted.
"And the tear that we shed, tho' in silence it rolls,
Shall long keep his memory green in our souls."
SdeM
WMT J18251229NPDKIDDWilliamMrOn Tuesday last, the 27th inst. in this town, at an advanced age, Mrs. Kidd, relict of the late Mr. William Kidd, the former Proprietor of this Journal. SdeM
WMT J18251229NPDKIDD MrsOn Tuesday last, the 27th inst. in this town, at an advanced age, Mrs. Kidd, relict of the late Mr. William Kidd, the former Proprietor of this Journal. SdeM
LEP-CS1831311NPDKIELY CaptAt her house, in Cashel, Mrs KIELY, relict of the late Captain KIELY, and sister of the late R. B. H. LOWE, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831311NPDKIELY MrsAt her house, in Cashel, Mrs KIELY, relict of the late Captain KIELY, and sister of the late R. B. H. LOWE, EsqNickR
LC1827801NPMKIEREleanor Mr Henry MATHEWS, to Eleanor, second daughter of the late Mr. John KIER, of the parade, WaterfordNickR
LC1827801NPMKIERJohnMrMr Henry MATHEWS, to Eleanor, second daughter of the late Mr. John KIER, of the parade, WaterfordNickR
CMC1810108NPMKIFTMatildaMissSaturday morning at St Nicholas Church, by the Rev William CHATTERTON, Mr Francis HODDER, of this city, to Miss Matilda KIFT, daughter of the late Mr Thomas KIFTNickR
CMC1810108NPMKIFTThomasMrSaturday morning at St Nicholas Church, by the Rev William CHATTERTON, Mr Francis HODDER, of this city, to Miss Matilda KIFT, daughter of the late Mr Thomas KIFTNickR
LC1822417NPDKIGGELLJ JEsqOn Monday evening, at the house of her son, J. J. KIGELL, Esq. Glentworth Street, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. KIGGELL, relict of the late John KIGGELL, Esq, of Camass, and sister of the late Lanc. HILL:, Esq of this city. .. [buried Newcastle LIM]NickR
LC1822417NPDKIGGELLJohnEsqOn Monday evening, at the house of her son, J. J. KIGELL, Esq. Glentworth Street, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. KIGGELL, relict of the late John KIGGELL, Esq, of Camass, and sister of the late Lanc. HILL:, Esq of this city. .. [buried Newcastle LIM]NickR
LC1822417NPDKIGGELL MrsOn Monday evening, at the house of her son, J. J. KIGELL, Esq. Glentworth Street, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. KIGGELL, relict of the late John KIGGELL, Esq, of Camass, and sister of the late Lanc. HILL:, Esq of this city. .. [buried Newcastle LIM]NickR
FJ1853728NPMKILDAHLSobieskiEsqAt St Mary's Church Youghal, Sobieski KILDAHL, Esq, to Mary Clothilda, eldest daughter of the Rev Joseph JERVOIS, rector of Ardagh, diocese of CloyneNickR
LC1824825NPSKILLALYJohnEsqThe Grand Jury for County Clare have unanimously voted thanks to John KILLALY, Esq. for the zeal, ability and judgment, evinced in the execution of the public works in that County, confided to him by the Lord Lieutenant.NickR
LC1832414NPDKILLALYJohnEsqOn Sunday last, at his residence, Williamstown, aged 66, John KILLALY Esq, civil engineer, in the walks of his profession he was unequalled in Ireland, in his domestic circle surpassed by none
St Patricks CoI Cathedral Dublin
[in 1829 he was Comtroller of the Tythe Commission Accounts]
NickR
LEP-CS1839101NPMKILLALYJohnEsqIn Dublin, John GOODWIN, Esq. to Maria, daughter of John Killaly, EsqNickR
LC1826830NPSKILLALYJohnMrA new bridge at Bunahow, on the confines of the County Clare, is forthwith to be built under superentendance of Mr. KILLALY, engineer, who has undertaken it at the insistance of Lord Gort, one of the overseers.NickR
LEP-CS1831624NPSKILLALYJohnMrMr. KILLALY is at present engaged in surveying teh river between Ennis and Clare. The object of the present survey is to allow vessels of as much tonnange as can enter Clare to come up to the town.NickR
LEP-CS1832131NPSKILLALYJohn A meeting of the townspeople, called by William S. O'BRIEN, Esq., took place at Carmody's Hotel, Ennis, on Thursday last, to consider the plans made by Messrs. KILLALY and Grantham, for the formation of a Canal from Clare to Ennis, and decide upon which they would recommend to the Lord Lieutenant, and the Board of Works.NickR
LEP-CS1839101NPMKILLALYMaria In Dublin, John GOODWIN, Esq. to Maria, daughter of John Killaly, EsqNickR
FJ18541108NPMKILPATRICKAnn StewartMissOctober 26, at Middletown Church, by the Rev T J WHITE, Mr Archibald JOHNSTON, merchant, to Miss Ann Stewart KILPATRICK, of Ballylane, near Markethill, county Armagh. The bridegroom is in his 89th year of his age, and the bride in her 19th.NickR
FJ1804809NPDKILWARDEN [WOLFE] Lady viscountessDied on 30th ult at Bath Viscountess KILWARDEN [WOLFE]; this truly amiable woman survived her much lamented Lord one year and seven days.NickR
WMT J18231002NPMKINAHANJohnRevIn Stillorgan Church, the Rev. John Kinahan, to Emily, daughter of John George, Esq.SdeM
LGA1809210NPSKINGAlexanderEsqPrivate DistilleriesNickR
FJ1809215NPSKINGAlexanderEsqLast week, John DOWNES and Alexander KING Esqrs Surveyors of Excise accompanied by Mr W REDDAN Pro Surveyor, Mr T PURCELL probationary Guager and a detachment of the 7th Dragoons proceeded from Ennis to the parish of Kilnoe, Maynoe and Island where they remained from the 1st to the 5th inst during which time they detected eleven private distilleries and five private malt houses all at full work, several stills were seized with considerable quantity of malt ...NickR
FJ1835504NPMKINGAlexanderEsqOn the 30th ult, at Monststown church, Alexander KING of Leeson Street, Esq to Matilda fifth daughter of Thomas CHRISTIAN of Charlotte Street, EsqNickR
LC1835506NPMKINGAlexanderEsqAt Monkstown church, Alexander KING Esq of Leeson Street, Dublin, to Matilda fifth daughter of Thomas CHRISTIAN of Charlotte Street DublinNickR
WMT J18231127NPMKINGAnna Letitia On the 13th instant at the Parish Church of Cooloch, by the Rev. Thomas Perceval Magee, Domestic Chaplain to his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, the Rev. William Mochoncy, to Anna Letitia King, third daughter of the late Steuart King, Esq.SdeM
LGA1820407NPSKINGGeorgeEarl of KingstonThe Earl of Kingston has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Samuel Browning DREW, one of his Lordship's domestic chaplainsNickR
WMT J1824101NPMKINGGeorge RichardEsqOn the 14th instant, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Maturin, George Richard King, Esq. of Dorset street, to Harriet, only daughter of the late Captain N. Price, of the Coldstream Guards.SdeM
WMT J1824826NPMKINGHester Elizabeth The Rev. Charles Richardson, Moy, County Tyrone to Hester Elizabeth, only daughter of W. King, Esq., of Newtonlimavady.SdeM
FJ1859722NPDKINGJohnEsqJuly 12, at Dartmounth, Devon, two days after landing, John KING, Esq. third Judge of the Court of Small Causes, Calcutta, aged 51. Mr. King was born in Castleisland, Kerry, and he left India, after a residence of 31 years, in the hope of enjoying a green old age in his native land, cheered by the best wishes of thousands who admired his probity as a judge and his many virtues as a private friend.NickR
LEP-CS1831617NPMKINGJohn WingfieldCaptOn Tuesday, by the Rev Charles COOTE, at Kilmallock church, Capt KING, late 5th Foot, nephew to Earl KINGSTON, to Miss COOTE daughter of Chidley COOTE, of Mount Coote, co LimerickNickR
LS1840803NPBKINGJohn WingfieldCaptAt Mount Coote, the lady of Capt John Wingfield KING of a sonNickR
FJ1858907NPBKINGJohn WingfieldCaptAugust 31, in Sligo, the wife of Capt John Wingfield KING of a sonNickR
WMT J18261130NPDKINGPaulEsqWednesday, Paul King, Esq., John's Hill, county of Waterford. SdeM
FJ1825719NPMKINGRichardRevOn the 14th ult, at Rathaspeck church, co Wexford the Rev Richard KING to Dorethea youngest daughter of the late Christian WILSON, of Roseville EsqNickR
WMT J1825721NPMKINGRichardRevOn the 14th inst. at Rathaspick Church, Co. Wexford, the Rev. Richard King to Dorothea, youngest daughter of the late Christian Wilson, of Roseville, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS18291211NPMKINGRobertHonIn 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.NickR
WMT J18251103NPDKINGRobertSir BartAt his house in Great Denmark-street, Sir Robert King, Bart. of Castletown, in the county of Roscommon, and nephew to Thomas M. Rose, of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMKINGRoswell AEsqOn the 7th instant, in Belfast, Roswell A. King, Esq., Merchant, of London, to Theresa, daughter of William Tennant, Esq., Banker of Belfast.SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMKINGSteuartEsqOn the 13th instant at the Parish Church of Cooloch, by the Rev. Thomas Perceval Magee, Domestic Chaplain to his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, the Rev. William Mochoncy, to Anna Letitia King, third daughter of the late Steuart King, Esq.SdeM
LGA18141122NPAKINGStewartEsqLand sale from chancery billNickR
LGA18141118NPMKINGThomasRevNov. 10—By the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, the Rev Thomas KING, Rector of Kilbahane, county Cork, to Miss KEARNEY, of Noville, in this countyNickR
WMT J1824826NPMKINGWEsqThe Rev. Charles Richardson, Moy, County Tyrone to Hester Elizabeth, only daughter of W. King, Esq., of Newtonlimavady.SdeM
WMT J1823529NPMKINGWalkerRevOn the 15th instant, at St. James's Church, London, the Rev. Walker King, eldest son of the Lord Bishop of Rochester, to Ann, daughter of Doctor Heberden.SdeM
WMT J1823529NPMKING Bishop of RochesterOn the 15th instant, at St. James's Church, London, the Rev. Walker King, eldest son of the Lord Bishop of Rochester, to Ann, daughter of Doctor Heberden.SdeM
LC18341105NPBKING CaptAt Mount Coote, Kilmallock, the lady of Capt KING, 5th Regt, of a daughterNickR
LJ1791523NPSKING MrEnnis, May 19, last week, John DOWNES, Esq; Inspector of Excise, assisted by Mr. A. KING, and two detachments of the 69th Regt. from Clare Castle, destroyed the following private distilleries:—three at Tulla, where they seized one worm—one at the Cross-roads near Tulla, and seized a still, head, and worm—and one near Jasper's pound, where they seized the worm, and spilled a large quantities of potale and finings; after which the seizures were brought in here and lodged in his Majesty's stores.
Mr. DOWNS also conveyed here and lodged in his Majesty's stores, assisted by Messrs PURCELL and REDDEN, Excise Officers, two large Brewing Pans, which they seized at private Breweries in Six mile-bridge.
From Mr. DOWNES's activity and perserverance, the country in general as well as the fair trader, already feel the benefit of his exertions.
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Pue'sO1747414NPDKINGSBURYThomasEsqFriday last died of the gount in his stomach Thomas KINGSBURY Esq a very eminent physician whose great compassion for the poor makes his death justly lamentedNickR
FJ1823428NPMKINGSLEYFrances At Mountsea Church, co Tipperary, John WOLFE Esq of Dublin, Solicitor to Frances third daughter of the late Wm KINGSLEY of Rockfort EsqNickR
FJ1823428NPMKINGSLEYWilliamEsqAt Mountsea Church, co Tipperary, John WOLFE Esq of Dublin, Solicitor to Frances third daughter of the late Wm KINGSLEY of Rockfort EsqNickR
LEP-CS1829814NPMKINGSMILLLukeEsqLuke KINGSMILL, Esq., of Templemore, to Anistatia, widow of Thomas BENNETT, Esq. of Bellwood CottageNickR
WMT J18251208NPSKINGSTONAlexanderEsqDUBLIN CASTLE, 28TH NOV. 1825. Names of Gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assize to serve the office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year:- ... LONGFORD - Alexander Kingston, of Mosstown, Esq., Longford; Barry Fox, of Fox-hall, Esq., Edgeworthstown; James Barber, of Mossvale, Esq., Granard. ... MEATH - Anthony Dopping, of Culmellen, Esq.; ... SdeM
FJ1764221-25NPSKINGSTONDelaney On 20th inst, was seized by Humphery WILSON and Delaney KINGSTON, officers of Excise in Omagh one sixty gallon still with a quantity of singlings. Thesis the second still seized by these gentlemen within these six monthsNickR
LC1834115NPBKINGSTONJohnEsqAt Blackrock, Cork, the lady of John KINGSTON Esq of a daughterNickR
WMT J1826615NPDKINGSTON MrHORRIBLE MURDER IN THE COUNTY OF LONGFORD. We have just heard that a most dreadful murder was committed last Sunday night, on the road between Ballymahon, and the town of Longford. It appears, that a young man named Thomas Needham, son to the Clerk of the Parish of Moydow, being on his way home, fell in company with some persons who were drinking in an unlicensed whiskey house, no quarrel whatever seems to have occured there, but soon after leaving that place, the unfortunate Needham was murdered in the most barbarous manner - his skull was beaten all to 10 pieces with stones, his eyes knocked into the head, and his face altogether so contused, as to render it quite frightful to behold. The body was dragged through hedges and ditches nearly half a mile, and then deposited in a boghole, where it was found next day nearly naked. Needham was robbed of clothes and money, as well as deprived of life. There being no Coroner in the County, the neighbouring Magistrates, viz: Sir George Fetherston, Major O'Donoghue, Mr. Kingston of Mosstown, and the Rev. James Moffett, have been during the last two days holding an Inquest, which was not concluded when our Correspondent closed his letter. Through the extreme activity of the Constabulary, the whole of the persons implicated in this atrocious affair, have been taken into custody, and there is little doubt, we are happy to say, but that the guilty will be shortly brought to condign punishment. Rather a singular circumstance is concerned with this murderous transaction - exactly three years from the evening on which Needham met his shocking fate, he, while engaged with some youthful companions, threw a small stone at one of them, which missing the object aimed at, struck on the head of a woman who happened to be passing, a fracture was the consequence, and death in some time ensued, although the misfortune was purely accidental, vengeance was denounced by the relatives of the deceased - Catholic blood was spilt by the hand of an Heretic, and accident was considered as no sufficient excuse - The Parish Clerk's sons were afterwards assaulted wherever they appeared - some, to avoid persecution, found it necessary to enlist as soldiers, while the ill-fated subject of the present article, had to seek for service in distant places, from whence he was returning to visit his family, when cruelly butchered by his relentless foes. SdeM
LEP-CS1828226NPDKINKEADSamuelMrOn the 20th inst. at Knocklarey, in the county of Limerick, Mrs. KINKEAD, wife of Mr. Samuel KINKEAD, of said place, and sister to Robert HOLMES, Esq. collector of SligoNickR
WMT J1824101NPDKINSLEYElizabethMissAt Ballinea, near this town, of typhus fever, Miss Elizabeth Kinsley.SdeM
WMT J18231016NPDKINSLYJohnEsqAt Longford, on the 8th instant, after a short illness, sincerely and deservedly regretted, John Kinsly, Esq., a Magistrate of the County of Longford for many years.SdeM
FJ1856718NPMKIRBYCharlotte July 14, at Cork, Richard GARDE Esq of Philedelphia, Pennsylvania, to Charlotte youngest daughter of Lt David KIRBY of BantryNickR
FJ1856718NPMKIRBYDavidLtJuly 14, at Cork, Richard GARDE Esq of Philedelphia, Pennsylvania, to Charlotte youngest daughter of Lt David KIRBY of BantryNickR
LC1824303NPMKIRBYMary AnnMissIn Charleville, Mr. John SHINE, to Miss Mary Ann KIRBYNickR
LC1769220NPSKIRKJohn [Dublin 18 Feb] Yesterday John KIRK, Edmond M'CABE, and Barnaby COGHLAN, were tried at the Tholsel for breaking open the Shop of Mr. DREW in Francis-street, and are to be executed next Saturday at Stephen's Green.NickR
CG HA1789409NPMKIRKPATRICKAlexanderEsqStafford GORMAN, Esq; to Miss KIRKPATRICK, daugher of Alexander KIRKPATRICK, of Drumcondra, Esq.NickR
CG HA1789409NPMKIRKPATRICK MissStafford GORMAN, Esq; to Miss KIRKPATRICK, daugher of Alexander KIRKPATRICK, of Drumcondra, Esq.NickR
WMT J18251229NPDKIRKWOODJohnEsqAt Killalla, on the 3d instant, John Kirkwood, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823904NPDKIRTONJepthaEsqSincerely regretted, on the 7th July last, at St. Servan, near St. Malo in France, of a cold, caught from throwing off his coat for ten minutes whilst in a perspiration, Jeptha Kirton, Esq., late commissary on the half-pay of the Field Train Department of the Ordnance in Ireland.SdeM
FJ1849510NPSKITSONEdwardSurgeonInquest on death of Eleanor LANGLEYNickR
LGA1820718NPDKNAPPEdmondEsqIn Cork, Mrs HOARE, relict of Michael HOARE, Esq. formerly relict of the late George PIERCY, Esq. By this lady's death, and pursuant to the will of the late Mr. PIERCY, his estate has now become the property of Edmond KNAPP, Esq. now Edmond KNAPP PIERCY, EsqNickR
LGA1820718NPDKNAPP PIERCYEdmondEsqIn Cork, Mrs HOARE, relict of Michael HOARE, Esq. formerly relict of the late George PIERCY, Esq. By this lady's death, and pursuant to the will of the late Mr. PIERCY, his estate has now become the property of Edmond KNAPP, Esq. now Edmond KNAPP PIERCY, EsqNickR
FJ18191112NPDKNERSBOROUGH[nee KELLY]Mrssee Mrs Alicia (nee KELLY) BURKENickR
HC1772312NPMKNIGHTChristopherEsqChristopher Knight, of the city of Cork, Esq; to Mis Ellen WEEKES, daughter of John WEEKES, of Aungier Street, EsqNickR
LC1810303NPDKNIGHTChristopherEsqOn Thursday, at his house in Charleville, Christopher KNIGHT, Esq.—A gentleman whose character as a husband, father, and friend, deservedly ensured him the love and esteem of all who had the happiness to know him. … NickR
LC1801318NPSKNIGHTChristopherMrMr. Christopher KNIGHT,Attoney, of Charleville, is appointed a Commissioner for taking Affidavits i his Majesty's Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequr, and a Master Extraordinary in the High Court of Chancery.NickR
CG HA1790717NPMKNIGHTChristopherSirRobert Stevely SAUNDERS, of Charleville, Esq; to Miss KINGHT, daughter of Sir. Christopher KNIGHTNickR
LC1827314NPDKNIGHTChristopher HenryEsqYesterday evening, in Glentworth-street, after a few days illness, Mrs. WHITE, the Lady or Michael WHITE, daughter of the late Christopher Henry KNIGHT, of Charleville, Esq. and sister to Colonel P. KNIGHT, of the Royal College, Chelsea, leaving an afflicted husband and a young and amiable family to deplore the loss of one of the best of wives, and most affectionate of mothers. If the sympathy of their sorrowing friends can mitigate this sudden and irreparable visitation, the tears of a wide respectable circle mingle in this cup of affliction; but, the only solace to sustain their resignation, is the humble but sincere belief that her spirit, which dwelt in the abode of charity and virtue, has been only wafted to enjoy the rewards of a life well spent.NickR
LC1810310NPAKNIGHTElizabeth To be set
From the 25th March Inst. during the minority of Elizabeth KNIGHT, aged five months,
The house and domain of Knight-Lodge, beautifully situated in the County of Cork, within a minutes walk of the Market and Post town of Charleville. Proposals (in witing only) to be directed to Mrs. Knight, Charleville. March 6, 1810.
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LGA18191119NPDKNIGHTEllen At Madeboy in this county Ellen eldest daughter of Christopher KNIGHT of Charleville, county Cork EsqNickR
CG HA1788612NPDKNIGHTHenryMrA few days ago at Charleville, at a very advanced age, Mr. Henry KNIGHT.NickR
LC1824724NPDKNIGHTMaryMrsOn Saturday last at Cove, where she bad been for the benefit of her health, Mary Knight, relict of the late Christopher Knight, Esq. of Knight-Lodge, in the Co Cork. Few have, descended to the grave so sincerely and universally regretted as this amiable Lady. Gifted by nature with a heart, which benevolence might call her own, and ever under the guidance of religion's mild and benevolent spirit, she endeared herself to all who knew her.— She was tenderly and fondly loved by her family whom her death has plunged into the deepest affliction, and many a friend will drop a tear when it is told that she is on more. But those who are mourning her loss, will rob affliction of much of its sting, by reflecting on the happy state to which a merciful Redeemer has raised her as the reward of her unaffected piety and extensive but unostentatious Charities. Yes, when those who needed not her assistance will forget her, she will live in the recollections of the poor, her memory is embalmed in the grateful hearts of the hungry, the naked and the houseless.NickR
LC1827314NPDKNIGHTPColYesterday evening, in Glentworth-street, after a few days illness, Mrs. WHITE, the Lady or Michael WHITE, daughter of the late Christopher Henry KNIGHT, of Charleville, Esq. and sister to Colonel P. KNIGHT, of the Royal College, Chelsea, leaving an afflicted husband and a young and amiable family to deplore the loss of one of the best of wives, and most affectionate of mothers. If the sympathy of their sorrowing friends can mitigate this sudden and irreparable visitation, the tears of a wide respectable circle mingle in this cup of affliction; but, the only solace to sustain their resignation, is the humble but sincere belief that her spirit, which dwelt in the abode of charity and virtue, has been only wafted to enjoy the rewards of a life well spent.NickR
WMT J1826601NPMKNIGHTRichardEsqIn St. Peter's Church, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Brownrig, Richard Knight, Esq. of Upper Fitzwilliam-st., Dublin, to Jane Browne, of Harcourt-street, relict of the late William C. Browne, Esq. SdeM
CG HA1790717NPMKNIGHT MissRobert Stevely SAUNDERS, of Charleville, Esq; to Miss KINGHT, daughter of Sir. Christopher KNIGHTNickR
LC1810818NPDKNOLLESTEsqIn Duncan Street Cork, Mrs CHRISTIAN, sister of the late T KNOLLES, EsqNickR
LC18271121NPMKNOWLESElizabethMissOn Sunday, by the Rev. Henry ROSE, Mr. William ABRAHAM, seedsman, to Miss Elizabeth KNOWLES, of Patrick StreetNickR
CMC1810813NPDKNOWLESThomasEsqYesterday morning, in Duncan Street Cork, Mrs CHRISTIAN, sister of the late Thomas KNOLLES, Esq … wife mother and friendNickR
FJ1785617NPMKNOX[Thomas] The Hon Mr KNOX to Miss PERY eldest daughter of the Rt Hon the Speaker of the House of CommonsNickR
FJ18011127NPMKNOXArthurRevIn Frederick Street on 24th Inst the Rev Arthur KNOX to Miss H WILSON second daughter of the late James WILSON of Parsonstown co Meath EsqNickR
WMT J18231218NPMKNOXArthurRevOn Saturday last in St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. John Fea, Henry Molony, Esq., second son of the late H. Gonne Molony, Esq., of Gloucester- street, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Arthur Knox, of Woodlawn, County of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824923NPMKNOXCatherine On the 6th instant, at Glasgow, Daniel Emile Patrice Hennessy, Esq., eldest son of Patrice Hennessy, Esq., Banker, Brussels, to Catherine, only daughter of John Knox, jun., Esq. of Glasgow.SdeM
WMT J18231016NPDKNOXCatherine Anne On the 6th instant, at Dunmore East, Catherine Anne, youngest daughter of the late Major Knox of Dominick-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231218NPMKNOXHannah On Saturday last in St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. John Fea, Henry Molony, Esq., second son of the late H. Gonne Molony, Esq., of Gloucester- street, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Arthur Knox, of Woodlawn, County of Dublin.SdeM
LC_LM1774303NPDKNOXJohnEsqDublin: In Dominick-street, John KNOX, Esq; Representative in Parliament for the Borough of CastlebarNickR
FJ1858202NPMKNOXJohnHonJanuary 26, at heidleburg, Willheim Graf Von ZEPPLIN, of the Austrian Service, to MArbella Frances, eldest daughter of th Hon John and Lady Marbella KNOXNickR
FJ1858202NPMKNOXMarbellaLadyJanuary 26, at heidleburg, Willheim Graf Von ZEPPLIN, of the Austrian Service, to MArbella Frances, eldest daughter of th Hon John and Lady Marbella KNOXNickR
FJ1858202NPMKNOXMarbella Frances January 26, at heidleburg, Willheim Graf Von ZEPPLIN, of the Austrian Service, to MArbella Frances, eldest daughter of th Hon John and Lady Marbella KNOXNickR
LGA1815530NPMKNOXWilliamHon Lord Bishop of DerryOn the 20th inst in Dublin by the Hon the Bishop of Derry, Wm Jas ALEXANDER Esq, county Dublin, to Gertrude Isabella eldest daughter of the late Gustavus TEMPLE of Waterstown county Westmeath Esq and granddaughter to the Viscountess PERYNickR
LGA1816326NPMKNOX Hon MrOn the morning of Saturday se'nnight, at the parish church of St Mary-le-bone London C STEVENSON Esq to Lady Lucy PERY 3rd daughter of the Earl and Countess of Limerick. They were attended to the church by the Earl of Limerick, Mr Rowland STEVENSON,NickR
WMT J18231016NPDKNOX MajOn the 6th instant, at Dunmore East, Catherine Anne, youngest daughter of the late Major Knox of Dominick-street, Dublin.SdeM
FJ1794124NPNKNOX The Hon MrThe Hon Mr KNOX, son of the earl of Northland was sworn in yesterday as one of His majesty's commissioners of the Revenue, before the Rt Hon Barry YELVERTON, chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, in the room of Gervais Parker BUSHE Esq DeceasedNickR
CG HA1791129NPSKROHOVONAL  Limerick, January 27. The two SULLIVANs, alias KROHOVONAL, father and son, have been apprehended near Mallow, and will be brought here this day, charged with the inhuman and barbarous murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, on the 28th of December last; a lad who was apprentice to Mr. CLEBURN, in Cork, and was going to see his parents in the county Tipperary.NickR
LGA1807523NPN/SKUTHRENE S Down elections (third day) J W CROKER 63: E S KUTHREN 49NickR
WMT J1826427NPMKYLERobert WoodRevOn the 14th inst. in St. George's Church, by the Very Rev. Samuel Kyle, D.D., Provost of Trinity College, the Rev. Robert Wood Kyle, Curate of Killevy, County of Armagh, to Georgianna Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. G. Horan. SdeM
WMT J1826427NPMKYLESamuelVery RevOn the 14th inst. in St. George's Church, by the Very Rev. Samuel Kyle, D.D., Provost of Trinity College, the Rev. Robert Wood Kyle, Curate of Killevy, County of Armagh, to Georgianna Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. G. Horan. SdeM
LEP-CS1833118NPMKYTEJohnMrOn Friday morning, in the Church of Kilfinan, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WIGGINS, of that town, to Mr. John KYTE, of Cashel, county Tipperary.NickR
WMT J1824527NPDLA TOUCHEDavidRt HonOn the 20th inst., at his house, St. Stephen's-green, in the 55th year of his age, George La Touche, Esq., second son of the late Right Hon. David La Touche.SdeM
WMT J1824527NPDLA TOUCHEGeorge On the 20th inst., at his house, St. Stephen's-green, in the 55th year of his age, George La Touche, Esq., second son of the late Right Hon. David La Touche.SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMLA TOUCHEGeorge Digges On the 27th instant, at Finglass Church by the Rev. John James Digges La Touche, George Digges La Touche, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Emily, daughter of the late J. Grueber, Esq. and niece of Lady May, of May-Park, county Waterford.SdeM
WMT J1826601NPMLA TOUCHEJ DRevOn the 13th inst. at St. Ann's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J.D. La Touche, Arthur Cole Haffeild, Esq. of the Treasury, Dublin Castle, to Martha, youngest daughter of the late John Green, of Millmount, County Kildare, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMLA TOUCHEJohn James DiggesRevOn the 27th instant, at Finglass Church by the Rev. John James Digges La Touche, George Digges La Touche, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Emily, daughter of the late J. Grueber, Esq. and niece of Lady May, of May-Park, county Waterford.SdeM
LGA1815203NPSLABARTEdward A few days since, that active magistrate, Edward WILSON, Esq. assisted by a party of the Forfarshire militia, apprehended, near Castle Durrow, Michael DOWLING, Michael KAVANAGH, and Thomas TYNAN, who are positively charged with the murder of Kyran CAMPION, a herd of Mr. LITTON's, near Johnstown.— They were, on Sunday last, committed to Kilkenny gaol. Upon this occasion, Mr. WILSON received much assistance from Mr. LAURENSON, chief constable. Mr. WILSON afterwards went went in pursuit of Maurice GRIMES and Edward LABARTE, both of whom he took into custody, and committed them to the gaol at Maryborough. They were charged with being part of the gang that were concerned in the dreadful outrage at Cullahil in October lastNickR
LC1824410NPBLABARTEEdwardEsqIn Clonmel, the lady of Edward LABARTE, Esq of a sonNickR
LC1826225NPDLABARTEJMrsIn Clonmel, Mrs LABARTE, relict of J. LABARTE, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1830907NPDLABARTEMary In Clonmel, Mary, wife of Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.NickR
LEP-CS1830910NPDLABARTEMary In Clonmel, Mary, wife of Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.NickR
LEP-CS1830907NPDLABARTERichard CEsqIn Clonmel, Mary, wife of Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.NickR
LEP-CS1830910NPDLABARTERichard CEsqIn Clonmel, Mary, wife of Richard C. LABARTE, Esq. and daughter of the late Sir Richard JONES.NickR
LGA18081209NPMLACELLESMartha SophiaMissAt Carrisbroke Church Isle of Wight Edward CROKER of Exeter College, Oxford, Esq third son of Edwards CROKER of Ballynaguarde in this county to Miss Martha Sopia, youngest daughter of the late Michael LACELLES of Marshgate, near Richmond Surry EsqNickR
FJ18081210NPMLACELLESMartha SophiaMissWed at Carrisbrooke church, Isle of White, Edward CROKER of Exeter College Oxford Esq 3rd son of Edward CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, in the co Limerick to Miss Martha Sophia youngest daughter of the late Michael LACELLES of Marshgate nr Richmond Surry EsqNickR
LGA18081209NPMLACELLESMichaelEsqAt Carrisbroke Church Isle of Wight Edward CROKER of Exeter College, Oxford, Esq third son of Edwards CROKER of Ballynaguarde in this county to Miss Martha Sopia, youngest daughter of the late Michael LACELLES of Marshgate, near Richmond Surry EsqNickR
FJ18081210NPMLACELLESMichaelEsqWed at Carrisbrooke church, Isle of White, Edward CROKER of Exeter College Oxford Esq 3rd son of Edward CROKER Esq of Ballyneguard, in the co Limerick to Miss Martha Sophia youngest daughter of the late Michael LACELLES of Marshgate nr Richmond Surry EsqNickR
WMT J18241021NPDLACY(nee O'BEIRNE)MrsAt her residence, Newport, in the County of Longford, on the 17th of October, Mrs. Lacy, Widow of Murtagh Lacy, Esq. and sister of the late Right Rev. T.L. O'Beirne, Lord Bishop of Meath.SdeM
LC17931016NPSLACYEdy Yesterday afternoon, about 6 o'clock, a respectable Shop-keeper of this City[Limerick], fell into the River above New-Bridge; the inhabitants of the adjoining Quays were isntantly alarmed;-- a gallant Amazon, Margaret MALONE, leapt into the river, and caught hold of his hair, by which means, and the assistance given by Mr. Edy LACY, in providing ropes and lanterns, agreeable to the order of the Humane Society, the Gentleman's life ewas preserved:--We have pleasure to hear that the above woman will be amply rewarded by the Humane Society:--Three Persons have, within this week, been rescued from drowning, which in great measure can be attributed to rewards held forth by the Society.--Buoys, ropes, poles, &c. are now in readiness at Mr. LACY's shop for any emergency.NickR
LC18261104NPSLACYFrantz TerritzCountCopy of the will of Frantz Territz Count De LACYNickR
LC18261101NPSLACYFrantz TerritzField Marshall CountThe letter of Mr. RICE, M. P., and a copy of the will of Fild Marshall Count DE LACY of the Austrian Service, shall apear in our next. It is apparent from the latter document, that the Irish relatives of this Officer derive no benefit from his decease.NickR
WMT J18241021NPDLACYMurtaghEsqAt her residence, Newport, in the County of Longford, on the 17th of October, Mrs. Lacy, Widow of Murtagh Lacy, Esq. and sister of the late Right Rev. T.L. O'Beirne, Lord Bishop of Meath.SdeM
LEP-CS18281223NPDLACYThomasMrIn Charleville, on Wednesday, at the house of his father-in-law Mr. RAWLEY, Mr. Thomas LACY, of Broad-street, Limerick. He was a young man of exemplary character, and much esteemed by his friends and acquaintenance. He bore a long and trying illness with that fortitude inspired alone by the confidence of enjoying a better and happier existence, which is now the only consolation left a young and afficted widow, and esteemed father, to whom, he was always a dutiful and affectionate son.NickR
WMT J1825623NPDLAHEEJohnEsqIn Carlow, on Sunday morning last, Margaret, wife of John Lahee, Esq., sincerely regretted. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDLAHEEMargaretMrsIn Carlow, on Sunday morning last, Margaret, wife of John Lahee, Esq., sincerely regretted. SdeM
LEP-CS18291013NPSLAHIFFAndrew City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
LEP-CS1830223NPSLAHIFFEliza Yesterday, the following convicts were despatched from the City Limerick Gaol to the Penetentiary House, Cork:— Bridget RYAN, Alice CALLAGHAN, Eliza HIGGINS, Eliza LAHIFF, and Mary BARRETT; the two former were convicted at the Summer Assizes and the three latter at the Quarter Sessions before the recorder. They were all snetenced to seven years' transportation.NickR
LEP-CS18291013NPSLAHIFFElizabeth City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
WMT J1823522NPDLALERJohn ThomasEsqOn Monday, at the Wicklow Hotel, Dublin, in the 30th year of his age, John Thomas Laler, Esq. of Cranagh, County Tipperary.SdeM
WMT J1825922NPMLALORRichardEsqOn Monday last, at Eden Hall, county Kilkenny, by the Rev. Nicholas Shearman, Richard Lalor, of Cascade, in said county, Esq., to Alicia, eldest daughter of Garret Brennan, of Eden Hall, Esq. SdeM
FJ1793921NPNLALOR EsqClonmel September 21 - The Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint LALOR of Cranagh Esq (a Roman Catholic) to be a Justice of the Peace for this countyNickR
LC18241020NPSLALOR  This morning, a melancholy accident occurred at the Cathedral; a young boy, named LALOR, about ten years of age, went upon the loft with others, to ring the church bell for the early service, when he unfortunately happened to tread on the trap-door, but badly fastened, which instantly gave way, and he was precipitated from a height nearly fifty feet on the flagged pavement of the isle. He was conveyed to the Infirmary, where he survived only a few hours.NickR
FJ18581026NPMLAMBERTDavid HEsqOctober 21, at Youghal, David H LAMBERT, Esq of Rock Ferry, Cheshire, to Catherine Henrietta, daughter of the Rev Pierce Wm DREW rector of the parishNickR
LEP-CS1829125NPSLAMBERTMary On Wednesday evening, Mary LAMBERT, the wife of a nailor, living in Castle-street, fell from a window one story high, and received a dreadful fracture on the skull. She is not expected to recover. Her husband is suspected of having thrown her out ...NickR
LC17681229NPSLAMBERT  On the 18th inst. an ordination was held in the Cathedral Chhurch of St. Camice, by the Lord Bishop of Ossory, when Messrs. Chamberlain WALKER, Joseph WHEELER, Thos GRAVES and __ LAMBERT, were ordained deacons.NickR
WMT J1824212NPDLAMBSON[SIC]William HenryEsqOn the 20th ultimo, Wm. Henry Lambson[sic], Esq., brother of J.G. Lambton, Esq., M.P. for the County of Durham, to Henrietta, second daughter of C. Ellison, Esq., M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne.SdeM
WMT J1824212NPDLAMBTONJ GEsq MPOn the 20th ultimo, Wm. Henry Lambson[sic], Esq., brother of J.G. Lambton, Esq., M.P. for the County of Durham, to Henrietta, second daughter of C. Ellison, Esq., M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne.SdeM
WMT J1823123NPDLAMPHIER DrA few days ago, of fever at Chatham, whither he had but lately gone to join his Regiment, William Lanphier[sic], Esq., Lieutenant in the 13th Light Infantry, and son to Dr. Lamphier, of Waterford.SdeM
Pue'sO1755610NPMLAMPREYArthurMrTuesday night last Mr Benjamin TAYLOR attorney was married to Miss Elizabeth LAMPREY daughter of Arthur LAMPREY wax chandler in Ship streetNickR
Pue'sO1755610NPMLAMPREYElizabethMissTuesday night last Mr Benjamin TAYLOR attorney was married to Miss Elizabeth LAMPREY daughter of Arthur LAMPREY wax chandler in Ship streetNickR
WMT J1824205NPDLANAUZEGeorge JohnEsq CaptOn the 30th ult., at Kill, in the County of Cavan, Geo. John Lanauze, Esq., in his 63d year, late Captain of the Fortland Corps of Yeomen.SdeM
WMT J18261005NPMLANAUZEThomasRevOn the 2d inst. in the new Church of Athlone, by the Rev. Joseph Story, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze of Kilmore, Co. Cavan, to Frances Arabella, eldest daughter of the late Colonel John French, of Cloonigure, in the County Roscommon. SdeM
WMT J18261109NPMLANAUZEThomasRevIn Athlone, the Rev. Thomas Lanauze, of the County Cavan, to Frances, daughter of the late Col. French, of Cooliquin, County Roscommon. SdeM
LGA1811924NPSLANCASTERJohnMrSee William AHERNNickR
WMT J1825210NPDLANCASTERJosephMrAt Clifton, Bath, Mrs. Lancaster, relict of the late Mr. Joseph Lancaster. SdeM
WMT J1825210NPDLANCASTER MrsAt Clifton, Bath, Mrs. Lancaster, relict of the late Mr. Joseph Lancaster. SdeM
LC1834618NPMLANDERElizabeth At innoshannon church, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bandon to Elizabeth eldest daughter of William LANDER Esq of KinsaleNickR
LC1834618NPMLANDERWilliamEsqAt innoshannon church, Henry Cole BOWEN Esq of Bandon to Elizabeth eldest daughter of William LANDER Esq of KinsaleNickR
FJ1835916NPMLANDEYElizabeth Wolffe On the 3rd inst, Ogilvie WILSON Esq son of the late Rev John WILSON of Ardglass, to Elizabeth Wolffe eldest daughter of Richard LANDEY Esq of this cityNickR
FJ1808108NPDLANDEYJane (nee WOLFE)MrsIn Montague Place, Mrs Jane LANDEY, sister to the late Rt Hon Lord KilwardenNickR
CMC1808115NPDLANDEYJane (nee WOLFE)MrsIn Dublin, Mrs Jane LANDEY, sister to the Right Hon. Lord KilwardenNickR
FJ1835916NPMLANDEYRichardEsqOn the 3rd inst, Ogilvie WILSON Esq son of the late Rev John WILSON of Ardglass, to Elizabeth Wolffe eldest daughter of Richard LANDEY Esq of this cityNickR
FJ1808108NPDLANDEYThomasEsqIn Montague Place, Mrs Jane LANDEY, sister to the late Rt Hon Lord KilwardenNickR
LEP-CS18291013NPSLANEGarrett City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
LHMA1788929NPMLANEJohnEsqAt Adaha, near Cloyne, John LANE, of Cork, Esq. to Miss GREEN, daughter of the late Francis GREEN, of Graig, in the county Limerick, EsqNickR
LHMA1788929NPMLANEJohnEsqAt Adaha, near Cloyne, John LANE, of Cork, Esq. to Miss GREEN, daughter of the late Francis GREEN, of Graig, in the county Limerick, Esq.NickR
LC1782210NPMLANEJohn HamiltonEsqYesterday was married at Ballingarry, John Hamilton LANE, of Lanesborough, in the Co. of Tipperary Esq to Miss HUNT, only daughter of Vere HUNT, of Curragh, Esq; a very amiable and accomplished young lady possessed of every qualification necessary to render the marriage state truly happy, with a considerable fortune.NickR
LC1824828NPSLANEMargaret Committed to the County Jail, by Charles D. OLIVER and Samuel BENNETT, Esqrs. Margaret LANE, for a violent assault on William and John QUINLAN and Patrick LYONSNickR
FJ1822227NPMLANERebecca nee HOWELLwidowAt cheltenham on 21st inst, Hugh Massy RYVES Esq only son of the late Edward RYVES Esq of Limerick to Rebecca widow of the late Thomas LANE Esq of Grange Leyton Essex and daughter of the late John HOWELL Esq of Penyrheol & TegfynnyddNickR
FJ1822227NPMLANEThomasEsqAt cheltenham on 21st inst, Hugh Massy RYVES Esq only son of the late Edward RYVES Esq of Limerick to Rebecca widow of the late Thomas LANE Esq of Grange Leyton Essex and daughter of the late John HOWELL Esq of Penyrheol & TegfynnyddNickR
WMT J18231002NPMLANEVereEsqAt Johnstown, county of Kilkenny, Vere Lane, Esq. of Sherbourne Lodge, county of Tipperary, to Eliza, youngest daughter of William Cooke, Esq., late of Bryanstown, in said County.SdeM
Pue'sO1746408++NPALANEWilliamMrsee Thomas ODELLNickR

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Michael Lloyd APJOHN  Joseph BANKS  Part 02
BANNATYNE  Henry Walter BELLEW  Part 03
John BELLEW  Samuel BENNETT  Part 04
Samuel BENNETT   BLACKER  Part 05
George BLACKETT  Robert BOURKE  Part 06
Robert BOURKE  George BREW  Part 07
Jane BREW  Richard BUNWORTH  Part 08
BUNWORTH  Sarah CAROLIN  Part 09
Thomas CARPENTER  Dorothy CHAMBERLAIN  Part 10
Eliza Caroline CHAMBERLAIN  Jonathan Whitby CHRISTIAN  Part 11
Jonathan Whitby CHRISTIAN  John COLE  Part 12
John COLE  Catherine COOTE  Part 13
Catherine COOTE  Eyre COOTE  Part 14
Eyre Tilson COOTE  Robert COX  Part 15
Samuel COX  Edward CROKER  Part 16
Edward CROKER  Jannette CROKER  Part 17
John CROKER  Richard CROKER  Part 18
Richard CROKER   CROKER  Part 19
CROKER  Thomas DAVIDSON  Part 20
Agnes DAVIES  [Harriet nee ROBERTS] DILLON  Part 21
Arthur DILLON  Edward W DREW  Part 22
Eliza DREW  Richard DREW  Part 23
Ringrose DREW  John EDWARDS  Part 24
Lizzie EDWARDS  Ellen EYRE  Part 25
Richard EYRE   FITZGERALD  Part 26
FITZGERALD  Catherine Payton FOX  Part 27
Daniel FOX  James GARVIN  Part 28
James GARVIN  Richard GOING  Part 29
Robert GOING  John GRAVES  Part 30
John GRAVES  George GUMBLETON  Part 31
George GUMBLETON  Bellingham Swan HARRIS  Part 32
Francis HARRIS  Mary HEMSWORTH  Part 33
Thomas HEMSWORTH  Robert HODSON  Part 34
Robert HODSON  Walter HORE  Part 35
Walter HORE  Jane IEVERS  Part 36
Richard IEVERS  Bridget JONES  Part 37
F JONES   KELLY  Part 38
KELLY  William LANE  Part 39
William B LANE  Richard LEDGER  Part 40
Robert LEDGER  Stephen LEE  Part 41
Susanna LEE   L'ESTRANGE  Part 42
L'ESTRANGE   LOWTHER-CROFTON  Part 43
David LUCAS  Nicholas MAHER  Part 44
MAHER  James MASSY  Part 45
James Fitzgerald MASSY  Robert MAXWELL  Part 46
Robert MAXWELL   MERCER  Part 47
Anne MERCIER  Georgina Ellen MONCK  Part 48
Georgina Ellen MONCK  Owen MORRISON  Part 49
Owen MORRISON  William NEWSON  Part 50
Francis NEWTON  Alexander O'DELL  Part 51
John O'DELL  Anthony ORMSBY  Part 52
Arthur ORMSBY  Margaret PATTON  Part 53
Sarah PATTON  William PENNELL  Part 54
PENNYFATHER  Anne PIKE  Part 55
Jonathan PIKE  Charles PUTLAND  Part 56
Charles PUTLAND  Michael REGAN  Part 57
Timothy REGAN  Thomas M'Dermott ROE  Part 58
William ROE  James RYAN  Part 59
James RYAN  Lucy SAUNDERS  Part 60
Lucy SAUNDERS  Sarah SIBTHORP  Part 61
SIBTHORP  Augs Fred SPENCE  Part 62
Augustus Frederick SPENCE   STUART  Part 63
Louisa STUART?  Wiiam Bellingham SWAN  Part 64
Wiliam Bellingham SWAN  Gertrude TAYLOR  Part 65
Godfrey TAYLOR  Charles TISDALL  Part 66
Charles TISDALL  Edward TYRRELL  Part 67
Edward TYRRELL  Hubert K WALDRON  Part 68
Hubert K WALDRON  Barbra WARREN  Part 69
Charles WARREN  John WHITE  Part 70
John WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 71
Edward WILSON  Joseph WJEELER  Part 72
A WOGAN    Part 73
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