King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 44

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

List of newspapers and where they might be found

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


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

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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WMT J1824108NPMLUCASDavidEsqIn St. George's Church on the 3d inst. by the Rev. William Bushe, Elizabet, only daughter of the late Captain Thomas Hill, of the 68th Regt., to David Lucas, Esq., eldest son of the late Francis Lucas, of Drominargie House in the County Armagh.SdeM
WMT J1824122NPMLUCASEdwardRevOn the same day [20th inst], the Rev. James L.M. Scott, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Rev. Edward Lucas, of Cootehill, in the County Cavan.SdeM
WMT J1824122NPMLUCASElizabeth On the same day [20th inst], the Rev. James L.M. Scott, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Rev. Edward Lucas, of Cootehill, in the County Cavan.SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMLUCASFrancis In St. George's Church on the 3d inst. by the Rev. William Bushe, Elizabet, only daughter of the late Captain Thomas Hill, of the 68th Regt., to David Lucas, Esq., eldest son of the late Francis Lucas, of Drominargie House in the County Armagh.SdeM
FJ1846921NPMLUCASRobertEsqOn the 16th inst, at Monkstoiwn church, Robert LUCAS Esq of Castle O?t, co Westmeath, to Marbella Catherine daughter of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort Elizabeth, co LimerickNickR
WMT J1823612NPMLUCASSamuelRevOn the 8th instant, in the Church of Castlelost, by the Rev. Samuel Lucas, Godfrey Wills Berry, of Ferbane, Esq. to Sarah Frances, third daughter of John North, of Whitewell, Esq.SdeM
FJ1857131NPSLUCAS EnsignMelbourne killingsNickR
WMT J18251013NPDLUCYAnthonyMrIn this town, of a tedious illness, Mr. Anthony Lucy, Painter, &c., a man very much esteemed for his exemplary conduct, and his industrious and peaceable disposition. His remains were attended to the grave by a very numerous assemblage of the inhabitants, particularly the respectable tradesmen, who walked in procession, with scarfs and hat bands, to shew their respect and esteem for the memory of the deceased. SdeM
BNL1796328-01NPSLUKE MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
LC18341203NPMLUMSDENJohnEsqAt Upton, Bucks, Sir William Coote SETON of Pitmedden, Bt, to Eliza Henrietta second daughter of the late John LUMSDEN Esq of Cushny, and relict of the late Capt J P WILSON of the HEICSNickR
FJ1835815NPMLUNDIEElizabeth At Great Cormel church, Lt John CHAMBERLAIN of the 1st Royal Dragoons to Elizabeth sister of Mr J LUNDIE of WeymouthNickR
FJ1835815NPMLUNDIEJMrAt Great Cormel church, Lt John CHAMBERLAIN of the 1st Royal Dragoons to Elizabeth sister of Mr J LUNDIE of WeymouthNickR
WMT J18231002NPDLUSHINGTONWilliam At Tunbridge Wells, aged 77 years, William Lushington, formerly one of the Representatives in Parliament for the city of London.SdeM
Pue'sO17421127NPDLUTHERCharlesMrLast night died in his house in Ross Lane Mr Charles LUTHER attorney of his Majesty's court of Exchequer ...NickR
LC1799316NPDLUTHERGuyRevOn Wednesday last, much lamented, at Bruff, the Rev. Guy LUTHER, Vicar of said ParishNickR
Pue'sO1755628NPSLUTHERJohnEsqOn Tuesday the 24th of June inst, at Clnomell in the co Tipperary, came on the election of Magistrates for the corporation for the ensuing year when the poll was as follows
For John HAYMAN Gent to be mayor Stephen MOORE and John LUTHER Esqrs to be Bailiffs of said corporation for the emsuing year — 90
For Robert SHAW to be mayor and Charles ATKINS and George COLE Gents to be Bailiffs — 38
Majority for Mr HAYMAN, Mr MOORE and Mr LUTHER 57 ...
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LC1779308NPSLUTHERJohnEsqClonmell March 4, Last Monday was committed to jail by the worshipful John LUTHER Esq; James COX, charged with the murder of James AHERN, in the county of Limerick. He was taken by the activity of Mathew JACOB, jun EsqNickR
CG HA1788508NPMLUTHERRichardMrLast Tuesday waas married Mr. Richard LUTHER, of this town, to Miss KEATING, of Currenstown.NickR
Pue'sO1739407NPN/SLUTHERThomasEsqat the Assizes held in Clonmel; for the co Tipperary the 21st day of March 1838, the Grand Jury was sworn, whose names are as follows to wit; Richard PENEFATHER ... Lovelace TAYLOR ... John PERRY ... Thomas LUTHER ... esqrsNickR
LS1839607NPDLUTHERThomas Henry In Clonmel, at an advanced age, Thomas Henry LUTHERNickR
FJ1806612NPMLUTHERWilliamMrMr Wm LUTHER of Clonmel to Miss RYANNickR
FJ1842608NPDLYNAMJohnEsqAt Tours in France, Mrs LYNAM, relict of John LYNAM Esq of Bath and daughter of the late Arthur GORE Esq of Sea View in the co WicklowNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SLYNCHBenjaminGentYesterday 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.NickR
LC1826712NPSLYNCHBridget   John REDDAN, for assaulting Catherine DONOUGHUE.— From representation of the prosecutrix this cause appeared to wear a very aggrivated complexion, the parties reside in the same house, and yet never could live in harmony together. At the late election REDDAN and DONOGHUE came in angry collision, and the latter appeared to have suffered severely from the rencontre, having been dragged down the stairs, as she said, two hands full of hair torn out of her head, and repeatedly kicked outside the door in every part of the body. A witness for the defence swore that previous to the affray, Catherine DONOGHUE flung a key and a knife at the other party, and swore laoudly she would have bloody work before the day would pass over. The Jury were of the opinion, however, that REDDAN was the guilty person, and he was sentenced to be imprisoned for a month and to find bail for his behaviour, himself in 10l. and two surities in 5l. each.NickR
LEP-CS1830723NPSLYNCHCatherine City Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The Recorder then proceeded to pass sentence on the following persons, who were engaged in the rioting of the 25th June last:—
John BUCKLEY, John MADDEN, Patrick SPEERIN (a pensioner) Honora HANRAHAN, Margaret SHANNON, and Catherine LYNCH, to seven years transportation each. ...
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WMT J1827222NPDLYNCHDavidMrsIn Dominick-st., Mrs. David Lynch. SdeM
FJ1843311NPMLYNCHEdwardSirSee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
WMT J18261123NPDLYNCHElizaMissMr. Daniel Dempsey, of George's-street, to Miss Eliza Lynch, of Dame-lane. SdeM
FJ1861627NPMLYNCHFrancisEsqJune 24, at St Mary's Limerick, Francis LYNCH Esq to Ellen, youngest daughter of James AGHEARN EsqNickR
LGA1819723NPSLYNCHJames Committals
...
To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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LC18231105NPSLYNCHJames James LYNCH, detained by the Magistrates at Bruff, and sent for further examination to this City, has been fully committed to Jail by the Mayor, for robbing Mr. BANNATYNE of sundry wearing apparel.NickR
LEP-CS18301217NPSLYNCHJohn While a country woman, named Winifred M'DONNELL, was engaged purchasing some meat at the Northumberland market, Limerick, on Saturday night, a large bag, containing sixty-six yards if linen, quantities of cloth, corduroy, velveteen, and check, was stolen from a car, which she left at the entrance. A few of our active City Police being appraised of the robbery went immediately in pursuit, and succeeded in apprehending the theif—a noted character—named John LYNCH, alias "Boatswain" LYNCH, who was after disposing of his booty to a broker in the Irishtown. The thief and two persons for receiving the stoled goods have been committed for the offence. LYNCH was sentenced to seven years' transportation for a former offence, and but lately returned after fulfilling the mitigated sentence in the Dublin Richmond Penitentiary.NickR
WMT J1824513NPDLYNCHJonathanEsqAt his house in Great Denmark-street, Dublin, on the 3d instant, Jonathan Lynch, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825421NPDLYNCHJonathanEsqIn Grenville-street, Catherine, relict of Jonathan Lynch, Esq., of Great Denmark-street. SdeM
LEP-CS18291020NPSLYNCHLawrence 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.NickR
FJ1841731NPMLYNCHMartinEsqOn the 30th, in St Thomas's church, Thomas eldest son of Martin LYNCH of Lowberry, co Roscommon, to Mary eldest daughter of Stephen John LEONARD Esq of Queensfort in the co GalwayNickR
LS1841802NPMLYNCHMartinEsqAt Dublen, Thomas LYNCH eldest son of Martin LYNCH of co Roscommon, Esq , to Mary eldest daughter of Stephen J LEONARD ESQ GalwayNickR
LGA18191102NPSLYNCHMichael Yesterday, at a meeting of the subscribers to the Limerick Mercantile Society, it was Resolved that Subscriptions to the library, be immediately entered into, and that the following Committee be appopinted for carring the same into effect:—
Samuel FURNELL,
George H. IEVERS
William GLOVER
Captain O'SHAUGHNESSY
Michael LYNCH
J. A. MEADE
Thomas DREW, Secretary.
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LC1827314NPDLYNCHRobertMrAt Ballylawn, County Cork, Mr. Robert LYNCH.NickR
FJ1841731NPMLYNCHThomasEsqOn the 30th, in St Thomas's church, Thomas eldest son of Martin LYNCH of Lowberry, co Roscommon, to Mary eldest daughter of Stephen John LEONARD Esq of Queensfort in the co GalwayNickR
LS1841802NPMLYNCHThomas At Dublen, Thomas LYNCH eldest son of Martin LYNCH of co Roscommon, Esq , to Mary eldest daughter of Stephen J LEONARD ESQ GalwayNickR
LGA18151107NPSLYNCH ConstableTrial report — Highway robbery near Castle OliverNickR
FJ1848601NPDLYNGJohn In Greenwich Hospital, aged 97, John LYNG. Deceased accompanied Captian COOK in his last voyage, and witnessed his being speared by the lances of the IndiansNickR
WMT J1823529NPMLYNHAM MissMr. Timothy Kenny, of this town, merchant, to Miss Lynham, of Kinnegad.SdeM
LGA1816213bNPALYONJohnLtTo the descendants of Lt John LYON of Watercastle in the Kingdom of Ireland. If any of the descendants of the said Lt John LYON are in existance they are requested to send notice of their present place of abode to James CHALMER Esq solicitor Abington St London or David RAMBLY waiter to the Signet Northumberland St Edinborough Lt LYON was alive in 1744 February 6, 1816NickR
DWJ1751406NPNLYONJohnRev MrThe Rev Mr John LYON rector of bray, hath been presented, by his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Dublin, to the Prebend of St Patrick's Cathedral, vacant by the death of the Rev Mr CHAMBERLAINNickR
WMT J1824902NPDLYONSAlicia At Rathmines, on the 22d instant, after a severe and lingering illness, which she bore with the most christian fortitude, Alicia, only sister of R. Lyons, of Lyons-town, in the County Roscommon, Esq.SdeM
FJ1823822NPDLYONSDenisEsqOn Saturday, at Croom House, co Limerick, Mrs LYONS, wife of the late Denis LYONS EsqNickR
LGA1820822NPSLYONSHenryEsqSee John CROKERNickR
LEP-CS1830122NPSLYONSHenryEsqCommitted to the Couny Limerick Gaol, by Henry LYONS Esq., and the Rev. Edward CROKER, Charles WILLIAMS and Owen GORMAN, for assaulting John LEE; sentenced to one fortnight's imprisonmentand hard labour. By Richard MASON, Esq., Richard WHITE, for assaulting Anstie KELLY. By Eyre EVANS and Michael BEVAN, Esqrs., William COLL, for pig stealingNickR
LEP-CS1830511NPSLYONSHenryEsqCommitted to the County Limerick Gaol, by J. CROKER and Henry LYONS, Esqrs. Thomas, James and William MAHONY, charged with illegally stealing three cows at Croom, the property of Laurence CUSHEN.NickR
WMT J1824527NPDLYONSJMrIn Park-street, on the 22d inst., after a long and painful illness, which he bore with a truly Christian resignation, Mr. J. Lyons, aged 28 years, deservedly regretted.SdeM
WMT J1823327NPDLYONSJ CEsqAt Ladiston, the seat of J.C. Lyons, Esq., Cuthbert Richard Daly, Esq., only son of Captain Daly, Westmeath Militia.SdeM
LGA1820822NPSLYONSJamesEsqSee John CROKERNickR
LGA1807714NPSLYONSJames DEsqSaturday last a duel was fought near Castle Roberts in this Co between James D LYONS Esq & Jeffery BROWNING Esq the former attended by Capt Thomas Francis WILKINSON the latter by Capt LEE, when after exchanging one shot each without effect ...NickR
LC1824814NPSLYONSJames DEsqCommitted to the County Jail, by the Rev. Edward Croker, Thom is O'Grady, and Walter Hussey Burgh, Esqrs. from Ballyneety Petty Sessions, James Lyons, Michael Hartigan, Wm. Fogarty, Thomas Bradshaw, Michael M'Mahon, Peter Murnane, Patrick Hourigan, Maurice Downey, and Patrick Browne, for selling spirituous liquors without licence by John Croker and James D. Lyons, Esqrs. Richard Allen, for stealing wearing apparel; by Samuel Bennett, Esq. John, Mathew, Dennis, and Morgan Lawne, for a violent assault on William Quinlan.NickR
LC18261108NPSLYONSJohnEsqJohn LYONS, of Sanderspark, Esq. and three of the County Poloce, succeeded in apprehending a desparate character named William LEONARD, or LINEHAN, near Charleville, on Thursday, after a violent resistance. The Magistrates and Police have been long looking for the fellow, and several informations are sworn against him for various offences.NickR
LC1822206NPALYONSJohn ... Liskinett held by John LYONS ... Proposals to John C HIFFERNAN, Esq Mainster or Mrs. THERRY, Liskinett ... February 6, 1822NickR
LEP-CS1833809NPSLYONSJohn Two brothers, John and Patrick LYONS, cooper, from Limerick, were sentenced in Waterford to two month's imprisonment and hard labour for stealing two decanters of whiskey. They were starving, and committed the robbery with a view of getting transported.NickR
WMT J18231023NPSLYONSJohn C.EsqCommittted to the Gaol of this County, on the 22nd inst., by John C. Lyons, Esq., Thomas M'Evoy, of Cullien, for discharging a gun at Edward Connor, and lodging several shots in the said Edward Connor, and otherwise assaulting him.SdeM
WMT J18231224NPBLYONSJohn Charles On Sunday, the 21st instant, at Ladiston, in this County, the Lady of John Charles Lyons, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
LEP-CS1828808NPSLYONSMargaret In the Criminal Court at Waterford, Thomas PRENDERGAST, an infirm man, nearly 80 years old, was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged for the murder of Margaret LYONS, aged 14 years, with a hatchet, for the purpose of robbing her; He was executed on Monday. John MARKS, Nicholas CONDON and John RYAN, were tried for violating the person of Margaret BURKE, and sentenced to be executed the 28th of August.NickR
LC1824828NPSLYONSPatrick 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
WMT J1824902NPDLYONSREsqAt Rathmines, on the 22d instant, after a severe and lingering illness, which she bore with the most christian fortitude, Alicia, only sister of R. Lyons, of Lyons-town, in the County Roscommon, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS1830209NPSLYONS EsqNo BrunswickerNickR
WMT J1823904NPMLYONS MissOn Sunday, the 10th instant, at St. Anne's Church, J.F. Smollett, Esq. (of versatile and very genuine talent) to Miss Lyons, both of the Dublin Theatre.SdeM
LGA18121204NPDLYSAGHTAnn [ow WRIXON]MrsIn Bath, Mrs. LYSAGHT, relict of Nicholas LYSAGHT Esq formerly Govenor of Cork, and eldest daughter of the late Henry WRIXON EsqNickR
HC1772420NPDLYSAGHTEdward MooreHonA few days ago, at the Right Hon. Lord Lisle's in Dawson Street, Dublin, of a lingering illness, the Hon. Mr Edward Moore LYSAGHT, a youth of unblemished character, and deservedly lamented by all his family amd acquaintance.NickR
LC17991211NPMLYSAGHTHenryEsqLast Thursday, in Cork, Hen. LYSAGHT, Esq; to Miss Jane NORCOTT, daughter of the late James NORCOTT, Esq; of Springfield, co. CorkNickR
LEP-CS1830928NPBLYSAGHTJamesMrAt Laghtamoneen, county Clare, aged 63 years, the wife of Mr. James LYSAGHT, of a daughter. Her husband in in the 73rd year. This happy couple has no increase in their family for the last twenty years. Nothing can equal their happiness.NickR
LC1824310NPSLYSAGHTJames James LYSAGHT, the principal in the abduction of Margaret CONNELL, of Ballyvoulane, was arrested in London, on Friday, under warrant of the Police Magistrate, and is on his way to be tried at the ensuing assizes ofthe County of LimerickNickR
LC1824317NPSLYSAGHTJames James LYSAGHT, apprehended in London, for abduction in this county, arrived here in the Mail Coach of Sunday, to abide his trial at the Assizes.NickR
DWJ17251218NPMLYSAGHTJohnEsqOn Thursday last, John LYSAGHT of the co of Limerick, Esq was married to Catherine DEANE, daughter of the late Chief Baron of that nameNickR
WMT J1823529NPMLYSAGHTJohnEsqAt Limerick, John Lysaght, Esq. of Mallow, to Maria, eldest daughter of the late Edward Carte, Esq., of Newcastle.SdeM
WMT J18231204NPMLYSAGHTJohnEsqOn Saturday last, John Lysaght, Esq. to Margaret, only daughter of Stephen Hanly, Esq. of Sandy-mount House, in the County of Kildare.SdeM
LGA1812327NPDLYSAGHTJohnLord LisleAt Cashel, at an advanced age, the Hon Mrs Margaret HODDER, relict of the late William HODDER, of Hoddersfield, county Cork, Esq and daughter of John first lord Lisle of Mount NorthNickR
LC1799821NPDLYSAGHTJosephHonA few days ago, at Buxton, England, the Hon. Joseph LYSAGHT, late Collector of the Port of Cork.NickR
LEP-CS18281128NPMLYSAGHTMargaretEsqEdmond Cole Bowen Esq Attorney to Margaret second daughter of Thomas LYSAGHT Esq attorneyNickR
LGA18121204NPDLYSAGHTNicholasEsqIn Bath, Mrs. LYSAGHT, relict of Nicholas LYSAGHT Esq formerly Govenor of Cork, and eldest daughter of the late Henry WRIXON EsqNickR
LGA1813518NPMLYSAGHTNicholasEsqSame day [Saturday last], Nicholas LYSAGHT, Esq of Mallow, to Louisa, eldest daughter of Isaac MORGAN, Esq of CorkNickR
CG HA1789430NPMLYSAGHTSallyMissLimerick, April 23. ... Last Thursday, Richard STAUNTON, of Rue, in the county of Galway, Esq; to the amiable Miss Sally LYSAGHT, of this cityNickR
FJ1789501NPMLYSAGHTSally Richard STAUNTON of Rue GAL to Miss Sally LYSAGHT of LimerickNickR
LEP-CS18281128NPMLYSAGHTThomasEsqEdmond Cole Bowen Esq Attorney to Margaret second daughter of Thomas LYSAGHT Esq attorneyNickR
LC1791516NPMLYSAGHTWilliamEsqThursday morning, at Nantanan Church, William LYSAGHT, of Mountnorth, in the county of Cork, Counsellor at Law, to Miss ROYCE, only daughter of Thomas ROYCE, of Ballinvirig, in this county, Esq.NickR
LC17921017NPDLYSAGHTWilliamEsqOn Wednesday last, Captain LYSAGHT, son to William LYSAGHT, of Mount North, in the County of Cork, Esq; of his return home from Mr. CROFTS, was thrown from his horse at the Cross of Woodfort, near Mallow, and unfortunately killed on the spot.NickR
LC17921017NPDLYSAGHT CaptOn Wednesday last, Captain LYSAGHT, son to William LYSAGHT, of Mount North, in the County of Cork, Esq; of his return home from Mr. CROFTS, was thrown from his horse at the Cross of Woodfort, near Mallow, and unfortunately killed on the spot.NickR
CMC1808104NPALYSAGHT Lord LisleTo be sold
For the payment of debts, lands of Tobernea, situate near Charleville, in the Co. of Limerick, part of the estate of the Right Hon. Lord Lisle. Proposals will be received by Wm. LAPP, Esq. Patrick Street, Cork. Dec. 21.
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LS1840416NPDLYSAGHT  At Muckridge House near Youghal Richard FITZGERALD Esq — He was married to Miss NAGLE of the county Tip better known as 'Lovely Kate of Garnavilla'. By this fair lady so celebrated by the pen of LYSAGHT, he has left a numerous and interesting familyNickR
FJ1844109NPMLYSTERAnn On the 2d inst, at the Wesleyan chapel, Thurles, Mr Thomas HENNESSY, merchant, aged sixty years, to Ann, aged twenty, daughter of Mr Joshua LYSTER of Thurles. The bride's father and the bridegroom were born on the same nightNickR
WMT J1823925NPDLYSTEREliza In Athlone, of a liver complaint, Eliza, daughter of James Lyster, Esq. late of Lacken House, county Roscommon.SdeM
WMT J1823925NPDLYSTERJamesEsqIn Athlone, of a liver complaint, Eliza, daughter of James Lyster, Esq. late of Lacken House, county Roscommon.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMLYSTERJohn BrabazonEsqAt All Saints' Church, Southampton on the 3d instant, Edmund Francis Dayrell, Esq. of Landport House, Buckinghamshire, led to the Hymeneal Alter, the beautiful and accomplished Lotitia [sic] Jane, third daughter of the late John Brabazon Lyster, Esq. of Great George's-street, Dublin.SdeM
FJ1844109NPMLYSTERJoshuaMrOn the 2d inst, at the Wesleyan chapel, Thurles, Mr Thomas HENNESSY, merchant, aged sixty years, to Ann, aged twenty, daughter of Mr Joshua LYSTER of Thurles. The bride's father and the bridegroom were born on the same nightNickR
WMT J18231113NPMLYSTERLotitia [sic] Jane At All Saints' Church, Southampton on the 3d instant, Edmund Francis Dayrell, Esq. of Landport House, Buckinghamshire, led to the Hymeneal Alter, the beautiful and accomplished Lotitia [sic] Jane, third daughter of the late John Brabazon Lyster, Esq. of Great George's-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824401NPALYSTER MrTO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
ON THE FAIR GREEN
OF MULLINGAR,
On the Sixth Day of April next, at the Hour of One o'Clock, by order of the Executors of the late George Burroughs, Esq.
TWO SUPERIOR
BROOD MARES, ...For further particulars apply to James Fleming, Esq., Boardstown, Mullingar: or Mr. Lyster, 31, Dame-street, Dublin. March 31, 1823.
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LC1824417NPSMABERLY Mr MPMr. MABERLY, M. P. Has taken some lots of ground, in the vacinity of Bruiff, to encourage the growth of flax after the Dutch mannerNickR
LGA18201107NPAMAC DONNELLAlexander Sale of the paperNickR
LGA1813611NPMMAC DONNELLJosephMrLast night, in Patrick Street, John DOWLING, of Newcastle, co Limerick, Esq to Mrs MAC DONNELL, widow of Mr Joseph MAC DONNELL, of this city, and sister to Villiers PEACOCKE, of Dooneen, in this county, EsqNickR
LGA1813611NPMMAC DONNELL MrsLast night, in Patrick Street, John DOWLING, of Newcastle, co Limerick, Esq to Mrs MAC DONNELL, widow of Mr Joseph MAC DONNELL, of this city, and sister to Villiers PEACOCKE, of Dooneen, in this county, EsqNickR
FJ1853129NPMMAC KINNONDanielEsqNovember 23, at Gallea, Ceylon, John B GRAVES Esq of Fortwilliam, co Limerick, to Louisa Rose only daughter of the late Daniel MAC KINNON Esq of Binfield, BerkshireNickR
FJ1853129NPMMAC KINNONLouisa Rose November 23, at Gallea, Ceylon, John B GRAVES Esq of Fortwilliam, co Limerick, to Louisa Rose only daughter of the late Daniel MAC KINNON Esq of Binfield, BerkshireNickR
BNL1796328-01NPSMAC NALY MrEnniskillen Assizes — Trial of Mr John CROKERNickR
WMT J1823619NPSMACALISTERWilliamLtSee Capt Andew WILDERSdeM
WMT J1823619NPSMACALISTER Lt-ColSee Capt Andew WILDERSdeM
WMT J1826525NPMMACARTNEYCatherine Anne On the 16th inst. by the Rev. Hussey Burgh Macartney, the Rev. Henry Brougham to Catherine Anne, youngest daughter of the late Sir John Macartney, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMMACARTNEYHussey BurghRevOn the 16th inst. by the Rev. Hussey Burgh Macartney, the Rev. Henry Brougham to Catherine Anne, youngest daughter of the late Sir John Macartney, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMMACARTNEYJohnSir BartOn the 16th inst. by the Rev. Hussey Burgh Macartney, the Rev. Henry Brougham to Catherine Anne, youngest daughter of the late Sir John Macartney, Bart. SdeM
LC1810321NPSMACCULLOGHARevThe Rev. A MACCULLOGH acknowledges the receipt of five shillings from Charles D. OLIVER, Esq; for the poor of the Parish of Bruff; also 2l. 5s. from William BOUCHIER, Esq; fines upon carmen, for negligently obstructing the public way.NickR
WMT J18231224NPMMACDONALDAlexanderEsqAt Edinburgh, on the 11th inst. by the right Rev. Doctor Macdonnell, Bishop of Upper Canada, Alexander Macdonald, Esq., of Dalilea, to Jane, only surviving daughter of the late John Roberts, Esq., of Curroflats, formerly of London.SdeM
WMT J18231218NPMMACDONALDAnn At Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. Roderick Macleod, to Ann, and George Gunn, Esq., to Margaret, daughters of D. Macdonald, Esq., of Skenbost.SdeM
WMT J18231218NPMMACDONALDDEsqAt Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. Roderick Macleod, to Ann, and George Gunn, Esq., to Margaret, daughters of D. Macdonald, Esq., of Skenbost.SdeM
WMT J18231218NPMMACDONALDMargaret At Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. Roderick Macleod, to Ann, and George Gunn, Esq., to Margaret, daughters of D. Macdonald, Esq., of Skenbost.SdeM
WMT J1825331NPDMACDONNELLEneasEsqIn London the Lady of Eneas MacDonnell, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMMACDONNELLGardinerEsqIn Thomas's Church, Dublin, Gardiner MacDonnell, Esq. to Maria, daughter of the late Capt. Francis L'Estrange, of the 3d Regiment of Foot.SdeM
LGA1819824NPMMACDONNELLMaryMissIn Mayo, Wm. WALDRON, Esq of Fara, in that co. to Miss Mary MACDONNELL, of CurrathanwallaNickR
WMT J18231224NPMMACDONNELL Rev DrAt Edinburgh, on the 11th inst. by the right Rev. Doctor Macdonnell, Bishop of Upper Canada, Alexander Macdonald, Esq., of Dalilea, to Jane, only surviving daughter of the late John Roberts, Esq., of Curroflats, formerly of London.SdeM
FJ1829825NPMMACDONNELL Rev DrAugt 18, by the Rev Dr MACDONNELL, FTCD, Robert James GRAVES MD of Harcourt Street in this city[Dublin], King's Professor of the Institute of medicine to Ann eldest daughter of the Rev William GROGAN of Slaney Park, countyWicklowNickR
FJ18551123NPMMACDONOGHB PEsq MPNovember 21, in Mullingar, B P MACGONOGH Esq MP Staff Assistant Surgeon to the depos on that town, to Sarah eldest daughter of the Rev Edward John GEOGHEGAN, of Millmount, co WestmeathNickR
LGA1820421NPSMACGUIRE  An affair of honor took place on monday morning, at the Green of Clonraod, co. Clare, between two butchers, stout able young men, MACGUIRE & CONNELLY---in consequence of their being men of science in the fistic art, they did not go unaccompanied to the ground, as nearly five thousand persons attended. Much fun was expected, but after two most dreadful rounds, the police, who are every where when duty calls them, made their appearance, baffled the playful expectations of the audience, and marched these striking characters to Ennis, where they were liberated on finding bail to keep the peace. They are both well behaved men---but what won't an Irishman do to obtain the laurels.NickR
FJ18571019NPMMACKJohnEsqOctober 14, at Bath, John MACK Esq, to Thomasine, second daughter of the late William SWAN, Esq, both of North Frederick Street, in this cityNickR
WMT J1825721NPDMACKAYJamesCaptAt Winchester, Capt. James Mackay, of the 70th Regiment. SdeM
FJ1831701NPAMACKAYJames James MACKAY, Deceased
If the widow, son or daut or other relative of James MAKAY who was formerly a butler living with a gent in Mountjoy sq and other respectable situations in Dublin will apply to Mr CHAMNEY 14 Lower Gardiner st something useful ...
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FJ1802105NPSMACKELLARN Botany Bay – The following copy of a proclamation from the Governor of Botany Bay seems to insinuate that there have been not only some insurrectional movements in that colony but subordination was not completely restored at the time ... N MACKELLAR SecrNickR
WMT J18251103NPMMACKENNON GenIn St. Peter's Church, on the 26th inst. by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, the Rev. Richard Ardell, of Nanaghmore, in the County of Kildare, to Louisa, daughter of George Watts, Esq. of the city of Dublin, and niece to the late Gen. Mackennon. SdeM
FJ1857608NPMMACKENZIEDonaldMajJune 3, at the parish church Chiswick, Middlesex, D MACKENZIE Esq of Canton, China, son of the late Major D MACKENZIE, to Ricarda, youngest daughter of the late Captain Richard CROKER RN, formerly of Thornbury, Queen's coNickR
FJ1857608NPMMACKENZIEDonald WilliamEsqJune 3, at the parish church Chiswick, Middlesex, D MACKENZIE Esq of Canton, China, son of the late Major D MACKENZIE, to Ricarda, youngest daughter of the late Captain Richard CROKER RN, formerly of Thornbury, Queen's coNickR
WMT J1827125NPDMACKENZIEJamesMrOn the 5th inst. at the house of his mother, Dunenverick, County Antrim, Mr. James Mackenzie, aged 16 years. SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMACKENZIEKennethEsqAt Taunton, Lieutenant Wm. Bryan, R.N. to Mary, daughter of the late Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMACKENZIEMary At Taunton, Lieutenant Wm. Bryan, R.N. to Mary, daughter of the late Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS1831318NPSMACKESSYEdward Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
LEP-CS1831318NPSMACKESSYHonora Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
LEP-CS1831204NPSMACKESSYMargaret Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
LEP-CS1831318NPSMACKESSYMargaret Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
LEP-CS1831318NPSMACKESSYMary Margaret MACKESEY — MurdererNickR
WMT J18231002NPDMACKESYWilliamMrOn Friday morning at his house in Broad-street, Waterford, after a short but painful illness, Mr. William Mackesy, Apothecary.SdeM
WMT J1824408NPMMACKLINGeraldEsqOn Wednesday last, in St. Mark's Church by the Rev. Doctor Handcock, the Rev. Robert Handcock, Domestic Chaplain to the Right Hon. Viscount Castlemaine, to Jane Elizabeth, second daughter of Gerald Macklin, Esq., State Surgeon.SdeM
WMT J1824408NPMMACKLINJane Elizabeth On Wednesday last, in St. Mark's Church by the Rev. Doctor Handcock, the Rev. Robert Handcock, Domestic Chaplain to the Right Hon. Viscount Castlemaine, to Jane Elizabeth, second daughter of Gerald Macklin, Esq., State Surgeon.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPDMACKLINRobertMrIn the prime of life, in Ranelagh, Mr. Robert Macklin, son of Mr. T. Macklin, of Whitefriar-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPDMACKLINTMrIn the prime of life, in Ranelagh, Mr. Robert Macklin, son of Mr. T. Macklin, of Whitefriar-street, Dublin.SdeM
LC1824414NPDMACKLIN  William COOKE, Esq.— This Gentleman, who had long been known in former literary circles, died on Saturday, at an advanced age, at his house in Halfmoon Street, Piccadilly. He was born in Cork, which city he left in the year 1766. He wrote "The life of Macklin the Actor", with a "History of the Stage during the Life of that Performer;" also, "The life of the celebrated wit, Samuel FOOTE," with whom, as well as with MACKLIN, he was on intimate terms.London PaperNickR
WMT J18261102NPMMACLAINEPeterCaptIn Athy Church, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. F.S. Trench, Peter Maclaine, Esq., Captain in the 65th Regiment of Foot, to Miss Butler, daughter of John Butler, Esq. of Athy. SdeM
WMT J1823327NPDMACLEANAllanEsqOn the 22d instant, at the Custom-house, in the 83d year of his age, Allan MacLean, Esq., deeply and sincerely lamented by a numerous circle of acquaintance.SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDMACLEANWilliamCaptAt Demerara, on the 21st of April last, much and justly regretted, the lady of Captain William Maclean, of the 27th (or Enniskillen) Regiment. SdeM
WMT J18231218NPMMACLEODRoderickRevAt Kingsburgh, Isle of Skye, the Rev. Roderick Macleod, to Ann, and George Gunn, Esq., to Margaret, daughters of D. Macdonald, Esq., of Skenbost.SdeM
LEP-CS1829407NPSMACLOGHLINWilliamEsqAt Nass Assizes, William MACLOGHLIN, Esq., a Gentleman known in the fashionable circles, was convicted of being guilty of the murder of his step-father, Mr. COFFEY, and hanged on Saturday. Mr. MACLOGHLIN held for several years a situation in the Castle of Dublin, from which he lately retired on a very large pension.—He was a distingusihed duellist.NickR
WMT J18261102NPDMACMAHONWilliam O'BrienEsqOn the 15th instant, in London, after a long and painful illness, William O'Brien Macmahon, Esq., late a Captain in his Majesty's 73d Regt. SdeM
FJ1821201NPMMACMULLEND WilliamRevOn 24th ult at Hilltown church, Samuel SWAN Esq surgeon to Sarah eldest daughter of the Rev D William MACMULLEN of SaintfieldNickR
FJ1821201NPMMACMULLENSarah On 24th ult at Hilltown church, Samuel SWAN Esq surgeon to Sarah eldest daughter of the Rev D William MACMULLEN of SaintfieldNickR
WMT J1824729NPMMACNAGHTENCaroline On the 20th instant, at the same Church [St George Hanover Square], Alfred Chapman, Esq., son of Abel Chapman, Esq., of Woodford, in Essex, to Caroline, daughter of Sir Francis Macnaghten, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court in Calcutta.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMMACNAGHTENFrancisSirOn the 20th instant, at the same Church [St George Hanover Square], Alfred Chapman, Esq., son of Abel Chapman, Esq., of Woodford, in Essex, to Caroline, daughter of Sir Francis Macnaghten, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court in Calcutta.SdeM
LEP-CS1830720NPSMACNAMARABridget Bridget MACNAMARA murderNickR
LC1834412NPNMACNAMARAJames New Grand Jury Act - the undermentiones cesspayers have been appointed by the Grand Jury to be associated with the Magistrates at the special road sessions co Clare ... Upper Tulla ... James MACNAMARA .. Matt REDDAN ...Lower Tulla .. Thomas BRIDGEMAN...NickR
LC18341018NPNMACNAMARAJames Cess Payers — A list of cess payers appointed by the grand Jury at Summer Assizes 1834 ... Upper Tulla – .. James MACNAMARA, Ayle; ... Cornelius REDDAN, Allagh; ... Lower Tulla – ... Thomas BRIDGEMAN, Killeen; ...NickR
FJ1822907bNPDMACNAMARAJohnEsqOn the 3rd inst at Sandymont after a long & tedious illness John MACNAMARA Esq formerly of Crolnehall Barony of Tulla co Clare. This gentleman was profoundly skilled in the history & antiquaries of Ireland and was universally esteemed one of the most profound Irish scholars of his day. His MS collections relating to the language and literature of his native county are rare, curious and valuableNickR
WMT J1826126NPDMACNAMARAJohnEsqAt Devonport, on Saturday, the 14th inst. after a long and painful illness, John Macnamara, Esq., late Purser in his Majesty's Royal Navy, in the 44th year of his age. SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPDMACNAMARAMathewEsqLast Friday at his House at Castle Connell, Mathew MACNAMARA Esq; Counsellor at Law, and formerly Recorder of this City {Limerick]. …NickR
LEP-CS1831412NPSMACNAMARA. VRev DeanOn Thursday night, the town of Bruff was brilliantly iluminated in honor of John LAWLESS, Esq., who is on a visit with the Very Rev. Dean MACNAMARA.NickR
LEP-CS1829331NPSMACNEMARA RevThere was a fight commencing at the fair of Kilmallock, on Wednesday, but happily frustrated through the timely exertions of the worthy Catholic Rector, the Rev. Mr. MACNEMARA, and his curate, aided by the Messrs. O'CONNELL, of Kilmallock.NickR
LEP-CS1829501NPSMACNEMARA  On Tuesday evening, a man named MACNEMARA, murdered his wife at Kilkishen, Co. Clare, in a fit of anger arising out of some family dispute. The unfortunate woman was in an advanced stage of pregnancy.NickR
WMT J1825526NPMMACONCHYWilliamRevOn the 13th inst. in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Wm. Maconchy, Vicar of Portmarnock, Robert Collins, Esq., M.D. to Miss Clarke, daughter of Doctor Clarke, of Rutland-square. SdeM
LGA1811730NPSMACPOOLEWilliam Henry On Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A BNickR
FJ1843314NPMMACQUEEN MissAt Port Philip New South Wales, Capt MILLER formerly of the 40th Regt aged 65, to Miss MACQUEEN aged 71NickR
WMT J1824708NPMMACREADYW CEsqOn the 24th of June, in the New Church of St. Pancras, London, by Archdeacon Pott, W.C. Macready, Esq., to Miss C.M. Atkins.SdeM
FJ1860323NPMMACUTCHENWilliamEsqMarch 20, at Killedmond, William MACUTCHEN Esq of Knockmore, co Wexford, to Catherine E LITTLE, daughter of the late James LITTLE Esq Spa Hill, Co CarlowNickR
WMT J1825113NPDM'ADAMThomasEsqOn Friday last, at his seat Springhill, near Limerick, Thomas M'Adam, Esq. SdeM
FJ1857518NPSMADDENAnne Melancholy storyNickR
LT1835126NPMMADDENCharles DEsqAt Loughall church, county Armagh, by the Rev Silver OLIVER, the Rev Joseph GABBETT, of Kilmallock, county Limerick, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Charles D. MADDEN, of Spring Grove, county Fermanagh, Esq. and niece to Colonel MADDEN, of Hitton, county MonaghanNickR
LT1835126NPMMADDENHarriet At Loughall church, county Armagh, by the Rev Silver OLIVER, the Rev Joseph GABBETT, of Kilmallock, county Limerick, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Charles D. MADDEN, of Spring Grove, county Fermanagh, Esq. and niece to Colonel MADDEN, of Hitton, county MonaghanNickR
LC_LM1774609NPMMADDENJohnMrMr. John MADDEN, of the Custom-house, to Miss BOLGER, of Fleet streetNickR
LEP-CS1830723NPSMADDENJohn City Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The Recorder then proceeded to pass sentence on the following persons, who were engaged in the rioting of the 25th June last:—
John BUCKLEY, John MADDEN, Patrick SPEERIN (a pensioner) Honora HANRAHAN, Margaret SHANNON, and Catherine LYNCH, to seven years transportation each. ...
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LC1797208NPSMADDENMichael Yesterday, the Worshipful John HARRISON, Esq; Mayor, held an Inquest at Kilonan, in the South Liberties of this City, on the body of Michael SHEA, who was killed by a stroke received on Sunday last at a Hurling Match, when the Verdict returned by the Jury was "the Patrick MADDEN, of Kilonan, did on said day wilfully strike the deceased a mortal blow with a hurly, of which blow he languished until the 6th inst. when he died.NickR
LGA1807619NPSMADDENPatrick Last Tuesday, Patrick MADDEN, a mason, of John-st, expire, in consequence of a fall down his cellar steps, when in the act of making a kick at his wife, which he missed, about a fortnight back, since whih he never uttered a sentance, and lingered in the greatest agony till the day of his disolutionNickR
LT1835126NPMMADDEN ColAt Loughall church, county Armagh, by the Rev Silver OLIVER, the Rev Joseph GABBETT, of Kilmallock, county Limerick, to Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Charles D. MADDEN, of Spring Grove, county Fermanagh, Esq. and niece to Colonel MADDEN, of Hitton, county MonaghanNickR
LC1826128NPSMADDEN  John CLEARY is next brother to the man who was killed a short time ago by falling from his horse nea the bridge of Kilfinan, and succeeded to his property which is about 400l. a year.—He was arrested on Thursday evening in a place called Garryspellane in this county, by an active and confidential agent of Thomas P. VOLES, Esq. after a fatiguing excursion—His father-in-law, whose name is KEAYS, charged as a principal in the same crime, has likewise been arrested in Dublin, by the exertions of Mr. VOKES—Several persons it appeared claimed an interest in the above mentioned property, for which CLEARY was disputing, and in an affray arrising out of it, the murder was committed, while another man named MADDEN, was so desparately beaten on the same occasion, that he presents a miserable and revolting example of the most savage and barbarous cruelty.NickR
WMT J1824429NPMMADDOCKAnne On Sunday morning, at the Cathedral, Limerick, Mr. John Carr, Printer of the Limerick Chronicle, grand-son of the late Alderman Carr and Mayor of Limerick, to Anne, daughter of Mr. J. Maddock, of George's-quay.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPMMADDOCKJMrOn Sunday morning, at the Cathedral, Limerick, Mr. John Carr, Printer of the Limerick Chronicle, grand-son of the late Alderman Carr and Mayor of Limerick, to Anne, daughter of Mr. J. Maddock, of George's-quay.SdeM
FJ1855522NPDMAGANAnneMrsMay 20, at her residence in Charlemont-street, in her 82d year, Mrs Anne MAGAN, last surviving daughter of the late John CHRISTIAN Esq of Monasterevan, and relict of W MAGAN Esq of Donoughmore House, co KilkennyNickR
FJ1858212NPDMAGANArthurCapt RNFebruary 8, in Brighton, Capt Arthur MAGAN RN second son of the late Arthur MAGAN Esq of Rutland SquareNickR
LC18101117NPDMAGANArthurEsqIn Rutland Street, Dublin, aged 20, Edward MAGAN, eldest son of the late Arthur MAGAN, Esq; of ClonearhNickR
WMT J18231218NPMMAGANArthurEsqOn the 13th instant, at St. Peter's Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, George Medlicott, of Stephen's Green, Esq. to Emely, daughter of the late Arthur Magan, of Clonearl, in the Kings County, Esq.SdeM
LC18271006NPBMAGANArthurEsqIn Dublin, John HAWKSWORTH, of Forest, in the Queen's County, Esq to Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Arthur MAGAN, of Clonearl, King's Cp. Esq.NickR
FJ1857821NPDMAGANArthurEsqAugust 19, in this city, in the 55th year of his age, George Percy MAGAN Esq of Portarlington, fifth son of Arthur MAGAN Esq of Clonearl, King's CoNickR
FJ1858212NPDMAGANArthurEsqFebruary 8, in Brighton, Capt Arthur MAGAN RN second son of the late Arthur MAGAN Esq of Rutland SquareNickR
LC18101117NPDMAGANEdwardEsqIn Rutland Street, Dublin, aged 20, Edward MAGAN, eldest son of the late Arthur MAGAN, Esq; of ClonearhNickR
WMT J18231218NPMMAGANEmely On the 13th instant, at St. Peter's Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Dublin, George Medlicott, of Stephen's Green, Esq. to Emely, daughter of the late Arthur Magan, of Clonearl, in the Kings County, Esq.SdeM
LC1824131NPMMAGANGeorge PercyEsqIn Dublin, Percy MAGAN, Esq to Ellen, second daughter of Valentine O'CONNOR, Esq, of Great Denmark StreetNickR
FJ1857821NPDMAGANGeorge PercyEsqAugust 19, in this city, in the 55th year of his age, George Percy MAGAN Esq of Portarlington, fifth son of Arthur MAGAN Esq of Clonearl, King's CoNickR
LC18271006NPBMAGANHenrietta In Dublin, John HAWKSWORTH, of Forest, in the Queen's County, Esq to Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Arthur MAGAN, of Clonearl, King's Cp. Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1830611NPMMAGANThomasEsqThomas MAGAN, Esq., son of the late Arthur MAGAN, Esq., of Clonearl, to Sophia, daughter of William HUMPHREY, of Rutland Square, Dublin, Esq.NickR
FJ1850114NPMMAGANThomas TilsonEsqJanuary 10, at Malahide Church, by the Rev Wm. PEACOCK, Thos. Tilson MAGAN Esq of Lower Baggot street, late Capt in Her M's 13th Light Dragons, to Louisa third daughter of M M O'GRADY, Esq MD, La Manch, MalahideNickR
FJ1851305NPBMAGANThomas TilsonEsqMarch 3, in Lower Baggot-street, the lady of Thomas Tilson MAGAN Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1853106NPBMAGANThomas TilsonEsqJanuary 1, at 5 Herbert street, the wife of Thos Tilson MAGAN Esq of a sonNickR
FJ1855910NPBMAGANThomas TilsonEsqSeptember 7, in Herbert Street, the wife of Thomas Tilson MAGAN Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ1855522NPDMAGANWEsqMay 20, at her residence in Charlemont-street, in her 82d year, Mrs Anne MAGAN, last surviving daughter of the late John CHRISTIAN Esq of Monasterevan, and relict of W MAGAN Esq of Donoughmore House, co KilkennyNickR
FJ1806405NPDMAGAN MrsAt lord Castlecoote's, St Stephens Green, Mrs Anne TILSON relict of the Rev Henry TILSON, daughter of Wiliam BUSHE Esq formerly of Cork Abbey and mother of Lady Castlecoote and Mrs MAGANNickR
FJ1848221NPDMAGEEAnne On the 11th inst, at Parson's Green, Stillorgan, Anne, eldest daughter of the late William Snell MAGEE EsqNickR
FJ1842421NPMMAGEEMary On the 19th inst, in Stillorgan church, Capt T P WILLIAMSON late 93d Highlanders to Mary youngest daughter of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons GreenNickR
FJ1848107NPMMAGEERebecca In Stillorgan church, James HAMILTON Esq of Chelsea London to Rebecca third daughter of the late Wiliam Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green SitllorganNickR
FJ1825802NPMMAGEERobertEsqOn the 26th ult at Edinburgh, Robert MAGEE Esq eldest son of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green in the co Dublin, to Jessy daughter of Richard PRENTICE Esq of Princes St EdinburghNickR
WMT J1824205NPMMAGEET SEsqOn the 23d inst., in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Ralph Ward, T.S. Magee, Esq., to Ann, daughter of the late Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rowesgift, County of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J1826330NPMMAGEEThomasRevOn the 27th inst. at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Thomas Magee, John FetherstonáH., Esq., of Rockview, in this County, to the Honourable Susan Maria, daughter of the late, and sister of the present Lord Massy. SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMMAGEEThomas PercevalRevOn 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
WMT J1824902NPMMAGEEThomas PercevalRevIn St. Peter's Church, on the 18th of August, by the Rev. Thomas Perceval Magee, Robert, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Truell, of Fitzwilliam-square, to Phoebe, fourth daughter of the Rev. Dr. Vesey, of Merrion-square.SdeM
FLJ17871020NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqWilliam Snell MAGEE, to Miss CROKER-KING, daughter of Samuel CROKER-KING, esqNickR
LGA1820411NPSMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqThe following gentlemen have bee elected govenors and directors of the Bank of Ireland ... Directors ... Wm. S. MAGEE ...EsqrsNickR
FJ1825802NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 26th ult at Edinburgh, Robert MAGEE Esq eldest son of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green in the co Dublin, to Jessy daughter of Richard PRENTICE Esq of Princes St EdinburghNickR
FJ1842421NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 19th inst, in Stillorgan church, Capt T P WILLIAMSON late 93d Highlanders to Mary youngest daughter of William Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons GreenNickR
FJ1846723NPDMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 18th inst, aged 85, William Snell NAGEE Esq of Parson's-green StillorganNickR
FJ1848107NPMMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqIn Stillorgan church, James HAMILTON Esq of Chelsea London to Rebecca third daughter of the late Wiliam Snell MAGEE Esq of Parsons Green SitllorganNickR
FJ1848221NPDMAGEEWilliam SnellEsqOn the 11th inst, at Parson's Green, Stillorgan, Anne, eldest daughter of the late William Snell MAGEE EsqNickR
FJ18111129NPSMAGEEWilliam Snell .. the names of the pannel upon the trial of Dr SHERIDAN, as called on Thursday last ... Wm S MAGEE,.... Edward CROKER ...NickR
LEP-CS1833108NPSMAGEE ArchdeaconMary CASEY, a helpless widow, aged 87 years, living at Blackditch, County Wicklow, in a letter to the Editor of the Register, writes in the following heart-bursting strain:—
  "Having a cabin and about sixty perches of ground, (which was formerly a gravel quarry,) being a gratuity from Earl Fitzwilliam, no clergyman ever demanded tithe of me, until Archdeacon MAGEE served me with a subpoena for 3s. 4ód. and threatens to take the blanket from my bed!" (What will "Blanket" STANLEY say to this?)
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WMT J1824729NPMMAGENNISElizabeth On the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMMAGENNISFlorence Catherine On Monday, at St. James's Church, London, J.A. Warre, Esq., M.P. of Cheddon Filey Paine, in the County of Somerset, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter of Richard Magennis, Esq., M.P. for Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMMAGENNISREsq MPOn the 17th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, James Wilmot Williams, Esq., Captain in the 7th Hussars, only son of E. Williams, Esq., of Hersingstone, Dorsetshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of R. Magennis, Esq., M.P., and niece to the Earl of Enniskillen and General Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Mauritus.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMMAGENNISRichardEsqOn Monday, at St. James's Church, London, J.A. Warre, Esq., M.P. of Cheddon Filey Paine, in the County of Somerset, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter of Richard Magennis, Esq., M.P. for Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPMMAGENNIS VRev DeanAt the Church, Kilmore Palace, Co. of Cavan, on the 11th instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Magennis, John Carmichael, of Temple-street, Esq. to Jane Amelia, second daughter of Robert Bell Booth, of Drumcarbon, County Cavan, Esq.SdeM
LS18411230NPMMAGILLJamesEsqIn Tralee church, the Rev henry Lancelot SANDES son of the late Lancelot SANDES Esq of Kileavan in the King's co, to Jane eldest daughter of Janes MAGILL Esq formerly of Tralee co Kerry and Glenlyon, co WestmesthNickR
LS18411230NPMMAGILLJane In Tralee church, the Rev henry Lancelot SANDES son of the late Lancelot SANDES Esq of Kileavan in the King's co, to Jane eldest daughter of Janes MAGILL Esq formerly of Tralee co Kerry and Glenlyon, co WestmesthNickR
WHM18036 NPDMAGRATHEleanor (ow MOORE)MrsIn Kilkenny, Mrs Eleanor MAGRATH wife of Lt-Col MAGRATH and relict of the late Chidley MOORE of Clonmel in the co of Tipperary, EsqNickR
FJ1801606dNPSMAGRATHJohn On Wednesday last, by direction of the superintendent Magistrate Mr WILSON, the peace officer, with the assistance of petty constables apprehended John MAGRATH; Mat WHELAN, Thos KELLY, Hugh LAUGHLIN and Peter DOOLAN charged with robbingNickR
LGA1819601NPMMAGRATHPatrickEsqThursday morning, in Cork, Patrick MAGRATH, of Fortlands, near Charleville, Esq. to Anne, only daughter of the late John HAYES, of that city, Esq.NickR
WMT J1827322NPMMAGRATHPeter ASSIZES. Friday, March 16, 1827 ... Second Day - Saturday Richard Doolan, charged with forcibly entering the dwelling house house of Daniel Fox, at Sion Hill, Esq., and taking therefrom a gun, the property of said Daniel Fox. Prudence Fox deposed, that she was in the month of September last, in her father's house at Sion Hill; about six or seven o'clock at night, a man came to the door, and asked to have his pipe lighted; she took his pipe from him, and went to the kitchen fire to light it, and while doing so, she heard her brother cry out that the man had ran off with the gun which was on a rack in the hall; saw the gun lying on the rack five minutes before the man came to the door; would not know the man again; does not know whether he was frunk or not. Daniel Fox deposed, that he lived at Sion Hill in the month of September last, and had a gun lying on a rack in his hall at that time; between six and seven o'clock at night, he heard a rap at his kitchen door, his daughter opened it, and told him that a man wanted to have his pipe lighted, a short time afterwards, witness's son called out "the man has ran off with the gun;" witness and his son immediately pursued him and after running about a mile took him, before which the man threw down the gun. As they were pursuing him another boy came up to their assistance, who along with his son was a few yards nearer the man than he was; saw the man turn round and present a pistol at his son and servant boy while pursuing him; and afterwards saw the charge taken out of the pistol by the police; it was in a bog where the man was taken and when witness came up, the man was lying on the ground as if fainting, but witness thought it was all pretence; when the prisoner presented the pistol at his son during the pursuit he had the gun also under his left arm, identifies the prisoner at the bar as being the man whom he, his son and his servant boy pursued and took prisoner; had never seen the man before in his life. George Fox deposed that he is son of the last witness, and was in his father's house at Sion Hill, on the night that the gun was taken therefrom; was looking out of the kitchen door, and observed it under the man's arm, after he had gone a little distance from the house; witness with another boy pursued the man, & after a very long chase, came up with him and took him, and gave him up to Sergt. Fuller of the police; witness was about sixty yards from the man when he first observed the gun, but was only about ten yards distant when the man turned round and presented a pistol at him and snapped it: would not know the man again, as it was dark; Mr. West came up after the man was taken, and while he was lying on the ground. Edward West deposed, that he lives at Villerstown, and the night when the gun was taken out of Fox's house, he heard an alarm raised, in consequence of which he armed himself, and a few workmen whom he could depend upon; they went in pursuit of the robber; came up to the man, who was lying on the ground, and Fox's son and other two boys were standing beside him; the man lay as if he were in a faint, but being himself a professional man, he felt his pulse, and found it quite regular, at least as much so as any one's would be after being a little excited by exertion; in consequence he desired those who were present to drag the man a little, and having got him up he very suddenly recovered, when witness desired that the man should be brought on, as the country was in such a disturbed state, that he feared a rescue; they brought the prisoner to Killucan and gave him up to Sergeant Fuller of the police; saw the man searched, when several balls were found on his person; the pistol was loaded, witness saw the charge drawn out of it. For the Defence. Peter Magrath deposed, that when the prisoner takes any liquor, he is worse than any man he knows.- The prisoner was found Guilty. ... ------------------------- SdeM
WHM18036 NPDMAGRATH Lt-ColIn Kilkenny, Mrs Eleanor MAGRATH wife of Lt-Col MAGRATH and relict of the late Chidley MOORE of Clonmel in the co of Tipperary, EsqNickR
Pue'sO1755325NPNMAGUIREArthurEsqArthur MAGUIRE Esq is appointed a six clerk of the Court of Chancery in room of Walter GLASCOCK Esq deceasedNickR
FJ18091114NPDMAGUIREArthurEsqAt Clenea, county Tipperary, on Thursday, Mrs MAGUIRE, wife of Arthur MAGUIRE EsqNickR
Pue'sO1747207NPN/SMAGUIREArthurGentYesterday 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.NickR
FJ1854201NPMMAGUIREEllen January 28, in Cork, Cornelius Roger O'CALLAGHAN, Esq eldest son of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of Gortmore Cottage, in that co, to Ellen, daughter of the late John MAGUIRE EsqNickR
WMT J1825407NPDMAGUIREJamesMrAt Tempo, Mrs. Maguire, mother of Mr. James Maguire, of Enniskillen, merchant. SdeM
FJ1854201NPMMAGUIREJohnEsqJanuary 28, in Cork, Cornelius Roger O'CALLAGHAN, Esq eldest son of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of Gortmore Cottage, in that co, to Ellen, daughter of the late John MAGUIRE EsqNickR
LGA18191026NPSMAGUIREJohn Trial for assaultNickR
LC1827228NPMMAGUIREMaryMissMr. John CAMPBELL, of Derraleck, near, Enniskillen, aged nearly 80 years, to Miss Mary MAGUIRE, aged 18, the nuptials were celebrated exactly eleven days after the death of his former wife, with whom he had lived in a most affectionate manner for nearly 50 years.NickR
FJ1819908NPMMAGUIRERogerMrOn Saturday last, at Comlough, near Newry, by the Rev Peter MALONE, Mr Roger MAGUIRE blacksmith, aged 68, to Miss Mary Ann Maria BRADY, aged 18. The bridegroom has laboured under severe bodily affliction for some time, and has been a disconsolate widower since the 17th of July lastNickR
WMT J1827208NPMMAGUIRE MrAt Ranelagh, Mr. Maguire, to Sarah, relict of the late Edward Flattry, of Banagher, Esq. SdeM
FJ18091114NPDMAGUIRE MrsAt Clenea, county Tipperary, on Thursday, Mrs MAGUIRE, wife of Arthur MAGUIRE EsqNickR
WMT J1825407NPDMAGUIRE MrsAt Tempo, Mrs. Maguire, mother of Mr. James Maguire, of Enniskillen, merchant. SdeM
FJ1855216NPSMAGUIRE SergeantDeath under Strange Circumstances.—The room of a poor woman named Susan EGAN, in the house 17, Grangegorman-lane, having been observed locked for an unusual lenght of time, her neighbours feared she might be ill and in need of assistance. Accordingly they informed Sergeant MAGUIRE of the circumstances. Upon the door being forced open by the officer, the poor woman was discovered lying face downwards on the floor, dead, and quite cold.— No fire or firing except a single sod of turf was found in the room, and, with the exception of a Swedish turnip, no description of food was observable. The room was pretty comfortably furnished. The deceased was about 67 years of age, and had been for some time in receipt of relief from St Paul's pNickR
WMT J1825421NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade. SdeM
WMT J18261116NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 9th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Philip Valie, Esq. of London, to Miss Eliza Moore. SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMMAHAFFYN BRevOn the 15th inst. at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Edward, eldest son of James Medlicott, of Dunmurry, in the County of Kildare, Esq. to Anne, eldest daughter of the [sic] Solomon Speer, of Granitefield, in the County of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826209NPMMAHAFFYNathaniel BRevOn Monday last, in St. Ann's Church by the Rev. Nathaniel B. Mahaffy, the Rev. Wm. Curtis to Anne, daughter to Peter Benjamin Subermont, Esq. late of that city. SdeM
WMT J1823703NPMMAHAFFY RevAt Monkstown Church, on the 24th inst. by the Rev. Mahaffy, Bartholomew Hartley, Esq. to Eliza, daughter of Richard Wilson, of Rush, County Meath, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMMAHAFFY Rev MrOn Thursday last, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, Mr. William Rigby of Suffolk-street, to Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert Fletcher, of this City.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMMAHAFFY Rev MrOn the 2d inst. at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, William Henry Handcock, Esq. of Carrentrilly, in the County Galway, to Catherine, only daughter of Mallachy Kelly, Esq. of Ashbrook, in the same County.SdeM
WMT J1826706NPMMAHAGArchibaldRevAt Fastry, County Cavan, on Friday the 2d of June, by the Rev. Archibald Mahag, P.M.A.M., Nicholas Goslin, eldest son of Arthur Goslin, of Cottage, Co. Longford, Esq. to Caroline Matilda, third daughter of the late John Arthur Gouldsbury, of Aughnagore, in said County, Esq., Barrister at Law. SdeM
LGA1820808NPSMAHANThomas Committals
By H. CONSIDINE, Esq. to the Co. gaol, Thomas HAYES, for threatening the life and burning the house of John DWYER. By Godfrey MASSY, Esq. to said gaol, Michael MURKELY, for cow stealing. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Thomas MAHAN and Thomas BRIEN, for cow stealing
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LC1823705NPSMAHERJohn This day, Mr. BLACKER held a session under the Insurrection Act in the City Court, when John MAHER was put on his trial, charged with being an idle and disorderly person, having been found skulking on the high road near the Artilery Barrack, at an unseasonable hour on the 27th of June last. This wwas the person who robbed the Nunnery Chapel some time since of a silver cup, but for want of prosecution on that charge, was liberated. He stated in his defence to account for his being found out, that he had been denounced by the Clergy; that no person would permit him into a dwelling-house; and that, in consequence, he was obliged to sleep in a lime-kiln convenient to where he was taken. Mr. BLACKBOURNE said his case did not come within the meaning of the Act, not having a known place of residence, and he was ordered to be discharged. The Court then adjourned and the Learned Counsel set out for Dublin.NickR
LC1824804NPSMAHERJohn John HAYES and John MAHER were presented by the Grand Jury and vagrants, and on the Bench enquiring of them as to their course of life—MAHER stated that he did not consider it would be lawful to transport him as he had a trade, and therefore a means of livelihood; he said he could get witnesses to prove his assertions, therefore he conceived his case did not come within the Act of Parliament, which could not apply to him.NickR
WMT J1824122NPDMAHERMathiasEsqAt Bath, Mathias Maher, Esq. of Ballymullin, Queen's County, aged 66 years.SdeM
LC1810829NPSMAHERNicholasEsqMary COSTIGAN, otherwise GRANT, was executed on Wednesday last, at Gallows-Hill, near Clonmel, for the wilful murder of Nicholas MAHER, Esq.—Eleanor GRANT, her mother, who was to have been hanged at the same time, for the same offence, has been respited until the 17th Sept. next.NickR

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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
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