King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 44

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

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

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


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

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


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


PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleENTRY
FJ1836412NPDPEACOCKERodney RobertEsqOn the 9th inst, in this city, Rodney Robert PEACOCKE Esq eldest son of the late Rev Robert PEACOCKE of Rosse-house, co Tipperary
FJ1842730NPMPEACOCKESColAt Tavistock, Loftus Warren PEACOCKE Esq youngest son of the late Col S PEACOCKE of the scots Fusilier Guards to Hannah Maria widow of William GLOVER Esq of the 55th Regt
LEP-CS1828819NPMPEACOCKESarah On Sunday, at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr FITZGERALD and afterwards at her brother's house in William Street Limerick by the Very REV Dr HOGAN, Sarah, daughter of the late James PEACOCKE, Esq to Mr John HOLIHAN grocer and wine merchant of the same street
FJ1851812NPDPEACOCKESarah August 8, at Dalkey, Sarah relict of Major Thomas G PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, co Limerick
LC18251112NPSPEACOCKEThomasMajHis Majesty has permitted Thomas PEACOCKE, Esq. a Major in the Army, and Lieut.-Colonel in the Portugese service, to wear the insignia of a Kinght of the Royal Portugese Military Order of the Tower and Sword.
FJ1813928NPMPEACOCKEThomas GEsqOn Saturday last, at Kilpeacon Church, near Limerick, Wm LLOYD esq son of the late Thomas LLOYD of Castle Lloyd, to Anna Jane daughter of Thomas G PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in the co Limerick Esq
LC1835815NPMPEACOCKEThomas GEsqIn Stillorgan church Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, co Limerick and Terrick House Buckinghamshire, eldest son of the late Thomas G PEACOCKE Esq, to Sarah, daughter of P A LESLIE of Woodley, co Dublin Esq
FJ1821529NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrichEsq captAt Chester, Thomas Goodrich PEACOCKE, Esq Capt in 55th Regt eldest son of the late Thomas G PEACOCKE of Fort etna, Co Limerick, to Miss YOUNG daughter of J YOUNG Esq of Cheshire
FJ18221206NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodricheEsqOn the 27th ult, in Limerick, Mrs PEACOCKE, relict of the late Thomas Goodriche PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna in that co
LC1793327NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickEsqLast Monday night, much lamented, at Fort Etna, in the County of Limerick, Mrs. PEACOCKE, relict of the late Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; and mother to Thomas Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; of said place
LC1801124NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickEsqA few months ago at Nerepatam, in the East Indies, most sincerely and deservedly regretted by his fellow officers, and all who had the happiness of his acquaintance, William PEACOCKE, Esq; Captain in the Hon. East India Company's forces; brother to Thomas G. PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in this county Esq.
LC1803601NPSPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickEsqMonday last, Alderman Arthur VINCENT took the requsite Oaths in the City Court, to qualify him to act as Charter Justice— Same time Thomas G. PEACOCKE, Esq; of Fort-Etna, was sworn in High Constable for this City and Liberties.
LC1835815NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeCaptIn Stillorgan church Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, co Limerick and Terrick House Buckinghamshire, eldest son of the late Thomas G PEACOCKE Esq, to Sarah, daughter of P A LESLIE of Woodley, co Dublin Esq
LS18371110NPBPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeCaptIn Dublin, the lady of Capt Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE of Fort Etna of a son and heir
LGA1806816NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeEsqOn Thursday morining, after a few days illness, Mrs PEACOCKE, lady of Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE of Fort Etna, in this county, Esq ...
FJ1817201NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeEsqOn Tuesday morning, at Fortetna, co Limerick, Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE Esq
FJ1820829NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeEsqOn Thursday last, at Kilkeady church, Edward WILSON son of Maj WILSON commanding the Police in the Barony of Killnenanagh, co Tipperary to Isabella daughter of the late Thomas Goodricke PEACOCK Esq of Fort Etna, co Limerick
FJ18261009NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeEsqOn Saturday the 7th inst, at St Peter's, by the Rev Dr WALL, Senior Fellow, TCD the Rev George PEACOCKE, son of the late Thomas Goodricke REACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, co Limerick, to Catherine daughter of Joesph RAWLINS Esq of Harcourt Street
LC1834927NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeEsqAt Cheltenham, William Lloyd PEACOCK, Esq, late Capt 36th Regt son of the late Thos G PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, in this co to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the late W MULLINS Esq of Barnstaple
FJ1841325NPBPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeMajOn the 19th inst, in Upper Pembroke street, the lady of Maj PEACOCKE of a daughter
LS1841325NPBPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeMajIn Upper Pembroke street, the lady of Maj PEACOCKE of a daughter
FJ1851812NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrickeMajAugust 8, at Dalkey, Sarah relict of Major Thomas G PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, co Limerick
LGA1815829NPSPEACOCKEThomas GoodrikeCaptCapt Thomas PEACOCKE, of the 55th regt of foot, arrived at thye seat of his father, (Thomas Goodrike PEACOCKE Esq) on Thursday, after an absence of six years, spent in the service of his country— He has been in the campaigns in Portugal, Spain, France and America from whence he has but just freturned
LGA1807630NPSPEACOCKEThomas GoodrikeEnsGentleman Cadet Thomas Goodrike PEACOCK, from the Royal Military College, is appointed Ensign in the 55th foot
LGA1807724NPMPEACOCKEThomas GoodrikeEsqOn Saturday last, by the Rev Geo STUDDERT, at George's Church, Thomas Goodrike PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in this co, Esq to Miss LLOYD, daughter of the Rev Rick LLOYD, of Castle Lloyd, in this co
LGA1810608NPDPEACOCKEThomas GoodrikeEsqA few days ago, at Fort-Etna in this county the seat of her brother-in-law, T G PEACOCKE Esq, Miss Elizabeth LLOYD ...
LGA1815829NPSPEACOCKEThomas GoodrikeEsqCapt Thomas PEACOCKE, of the 55th regt of foot, arrived at thye seat of his father, (Thomas Goodrike PEACOCKE Esq) on Thursday, after an absence of six years, spent in the service of his country— He has been in the campaigns in Portugal, Spain, France and America from whence he has but just freturned
LEP-CS1829710NPMPEACOCKEVEsqAt St Thomas's church, Dublin, John BOOTH, Esq. of the Customs House, to Mary Charlottte, eldest daughter of Charles GRACE, Esq. of Limerick and niece to V. PEACOCKE, of Doneen, Esq
LC18031210NPMPEACOCKEVilliersEsqOn Saturday last at Churchtown co Cork, Villiers PEACOCKE of Doonen in this co Esq to Miss Ellen PURCELL daughter to John PURCELL of High Fort co Cork Esq
LGA1813611NPMPEACOCKEVilliersEsqLast 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, Esq
LEP-CS18311209NPSPEACOCKEVilliersEsqVilliers PEACOCKE, of Doneen, Esq., has surrendered the Commission of the Peace for the county of Limerick, which he held for several years unwilling to retain that important office which his health incapacitates him from discharging with zeal and effect
LC18331123NPDPEACOCKEVilliersEsqOn Tuesday night, at his father's house, John, eldest son of Villiers PEACOCKE, Esq of Dooneen, this co ....
FJ1844903NPMPEACOCKEVilliersEsqOn the 27th of August, in Cork, Mathew SEWARD Esq of Mallow, to Hannah youngest daughter of Villiers PEACOCKE Esq of Doneen House, co Limerick
FJ18501026NPDPEACOCKEVilliersEsqOctober, 23, Villiers PEACOCKE, Esq, of Dooneen, co Limerick
FJ1853924NPMPEACOCKEVilliersEsqSeptember 21, in Cork, James GARDINER, Esq of Mallow, to Emily daughter of the late Villiers PEACOCKE, Esq of Doneen, co Limerick
LEP-CS1830330NPDPEACOCKEWMrIn Cornwallis street, Limerick, much regretted, Mr. W. PEACOCKE
LEP-CS1829130NPMPEACOCKEWilliamCaptOn Wednesday morning, at Kilpeacon Church, by the Rev Edward HERBERT, Captain William PEACOCKE, to the accomplished Jane, third daughter of John WESTROPP, of Attyflyn, co Limerick, Esq.
LC1826722NPDPEACOCKEWilliamColOn the 4th instant, at Shewsbury, Colonel William PEACOCKE, aged about 90 years. By his death several extensive tracts of land are out of lease.
FJ1849913NPDPEACOCKEWilliamEsqSeptember 9, at Kingstown, William PEACOCKE Esq Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
LC1801124NPDPEACOCKEWilliamEsq CaptA few months ago at Nerepatam, in the East Indies, most sincerely and deservedly regretted by his fellow officers, and all who had the happiness of his acquaintance, William PEACOCKE, Esq; Captain in the Hon. East India Company's forces; brother to Thomas G. PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in this county Esq.
FJ18581202NPDPEACOCKEWilliamRevAt the Glebe, Mount Temple, the Rev Wiliam PEACOCKE, youngest son of the late Sir Joseph PEACOCKE, Bart, Barntre, co Clare, ages 81
LS1838828NPDPEACOCKEWilliam LloydCaptAt Trinadad, on the 4th ult, of fever Capt William Lloyd PEACOCKE, Chief Special Justice of the Port of Spain & 2nd son of the late Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna in this co and 8 days previous of the same illness Ellen Louisa wife of Capt P
LC1834927NPMPEACOCKEWilliam LloydEsqAt Cheltenham, William Lloyd PEACOCK, Esq, late Capt 36th Regt son of the late Thos G PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, in this co to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the late W MULLINS Esq of Barnstaple
LGA1805711NPBPEACOCKE ColA few days since, at the Hon and Rev Dean CROSBIE's house, Newtown Pery, the lady of Col. PEACOCKE, 48th Regt, of a son and heir
LGA1808624NPMPEACOCKE Lt ColA few days ago, at St James' Bath, Lt-Col PEACOCKE, of the 3d regiment of Guards, nephew to Sir Joseph PEACOCKE Bart of Barntick, in the co Clare, to Miss TOTENHAM, daughter of Ponsonby TOTTENHAM and cousin to the Most Noble Marquis of Ely
LGA18041108NPMPEACOCKE MissTuesday last, in St John's Church, Mr William LLOYD to the` truly amiable and accomplished Miss PEACOCKE, daughter to Mr James PEACOCKE, of John's Street
FJ1841123NPDPEACOCKE MissAt Nice, Miss PEACOCKE, eldest daughter of the late Sir Nathaniel PEACOCKE, bt and [grand] niece of the late [2nd] Lord Castlecoote [note Limerick Standard has daughter of Sir Joseph PEACOCKE which would make niece correct]
LS1841125NPDPEACOCKE MissAt Nice, Miss PEACOCKE, daughter of the late Sir Joseph PEACOCKE
LC1823123NPSPEACOCKE MrCourt in Irons
IMPORTANT TO LANDLORD AND TENANTS.
Dwyer v. Peacock.
In noticing the arguments which been used some time since in this case, it was it erroneously stated that they arose out of a replevla cause; whereas the following is a more correct detail of the previous proceedings and at the final judgment which was on Friday pronounced in this Court:
It was an action of trespass tried before Baron Pennefather at the last Limerick Assizes. The plaintiff was tenant to a Mr. Ellard, to whom the defendant (a Clergyman) was agent, and an arrear of rent having become due, Mr. Ellard brought an ejectment for non-payment of rent, recovered judgment, and executed his habere; but after obtaining judgment, and previous to execution of the habere, defendant by directions of Mt. Ellard, distrained and sold hay, potatoes, and corn, notwithstanding a cautionary notice from plaintiff. Defendant pleaded soil and freehold; and the general issue, and the Jury found for the defendant. At the trial the following points were saved for the plaintiff, and came on to be argued is this Court on Thursday and Friday last:—1st, that the town of Pallis, where the goods were sold, was not a market town, either by prescription or charter, as required by the Statute. Secondly, That defendant could not legally distrain after judgement and previous to execution of the habere. And, lastly, that the sale was had contrary to laws after fifteen days from data of distraint had expired.
Upon the argument plaintiff’s Counsel abandoned the third point; as plaintiff had acquiesced in the delay.
The Chief Justice gave judgment at length upon the two points argued.
The first point, that respecting the market town, the Court over-ruled, as the plaintiff had acquiesced in the sale at the town of Pallis.— The second point, “that the landlord could not legally distrain after judgment, and previous to execution of habere,” was (his Lordship said) to he decided by either of two tests, viz.—That if the lease had not determined, and the plaintiff tenant in possession, then the landlord had his statuteable right to distrain under 5 Geo. 2; and if the lease had determined, then the landlord, by the 9th Anne, was authorised to distrain within six months after the lease had expired; and therefore the Court over-ruled all the points and confirmed the verdict for the defendant.
LGA1806816NPDPEACOCKE MrsOn Thursday morining, after a few days illness, Mrs PEACOCKE, lady of Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE of Fort Etna, in this county, Esq ...
LGA18161227NPDPEACOCKE MrsIn Nicholas Street Mrs PEACOCKE, in her 75th year
FJ1844423NPDPEACOKEThomas GoodrickeMajOn the 18th inst, in Pembrokeshire, Maj Thomas Goodricke PEACOCK of Fort Etna, co Limerick
Pue'sO17391106NPN/SPEARCE Rt Hon, Lt GenWilliam WILLSON Esq is elected Member of Parliament for Limerick in the room of the Rt Hon Lt Gen PEARCE deceased
FJ1854520NPMPEARDArabella May 16, at Kinsalebeg, the Rev Mellanus Spread CHAMPION, second son of the Rev Thomas S CHAMPION, of Knockmourne, co Cork, to Arabella, second daughter of the late Henry PEARD Esq of Carrigeen Hall, in the same co
HDM1771704-06NPMPEARDElenorMissHenry MITCHELL of Mitchell fort Co Cork Esq to Miss Elinor PEARD daughter of Richard PEARD of Caregeen in said Co
FJ1851403NPMPEARDElizabeth March 27, at Castlelyons, Francis Drew CAMPION, Esq, second son of the late R G CAMPION Esq of Bushy Park, co Cork, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of H H PEARD, Esq, of Coole Abbey, in the same co
FJ1851403NPMPEARDH HEsqMarch 27, at Castlelyons, Francis Drew CAMPION, Esq, second son of the late R G CAMPION Esq of Bushy Park, co Cork, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of H H PEARD, Esq, of Coole Abbey, in the same co
FJ1764911-15NPMPEARDHenryEsqCork 10 Sep – Wednesday at Lismore Henry PEARD of Cool Esq to Miss GUMBLETON daughter of Richard GUMBLETON Esq
FJ1773116-19NPDPEARDHenryEsqnear Castlelyons Henry PEARD Esq
FJ1854520NPMPEARDHenryEsqMay 16, at Kinsalebeg, the Rev Mellanus Spread CHAMPION, second son of the Rev Thomas S CHAMPION, of Knockmourne, co Cork, to Arabella, second daughter of the late Henry PEARD Esq of Carrigeen Hall, in the same co
FJ18551204NPBPEARDJohnEsqNovember 27, at Vine Park, Curriglass, co Cork, the wife of John PEARD Esq of a son
FJ1776420NPMPEARD MissAt Carrigeen Co of Corke Charles WIDDENHAM [WIDENHAM] Esq to Miss PEARD
FJ1784915NPMPEARD MrsOdel SPREAD Esq to Mrs PEARD widow of the late John PEARD Esq and daughter of Henry MITCHEL Esq
FJ18551121NPMPEARSONJohnEsqNovember 15, in Knightsbridge, Patrick M LEONARD Esq barrister-at-law, eldst son of Stephen John LEONARD Esq of Queen's Fort, co Galway, to Mary, second daughter of the late John PEARSON Esq of Jandridge Hall, Surrey
FJ18551121NPMPEARSONMary November 15, in Knightsbridge, Patrick M LEONARD Esq barrister-at-law, eldst son of Stephen John LEONARD Esq of Queen's Fort, co Galway, to Mary, second daughter of the late John PEARSON Esq of Jandridge Hall, Surrey
LGA1820114bNPMPEARSON MrsLately at Newcastle, Mr SILVERTOP, to Mrs PEARSON. This is the third time the lady has been before the altar. Her first husband was a Quaker, her second a Roman Catholic, and her third is of the Established Church. Every husband was twice her own age; at sixteen she married a gentleman thirty-two and at thirty she took one of sixty; and now at forty-two, she has taken a gentleman of eighty-four
FJ1793501NPNPEEBLESJames Bankrupts: James PEEBLES and Robert SPENCER of High Street in the City of Dublin woolen drapers copartners, dealers and chapmen to surrender 14 & 16 May inst
IT18641005NPSPEEBLESW Bellingham Dr. W. Bellingham PEEBLES has removed from Westland Row to 29, Lower Gardiner Street
LC18351010NPMPEELHelen At chentenham, Edward Taylor MASSY Esq only son of the Hon Edward MASSY of Ballynort, in this co, to Helen only daughter of Jonathan H PEEL Esq Cotts Pembrokeshire
LC18351010NPMPEELJonathan HEsqAt chentenham, Edward Taylor MASSY Esq only son of the Hon Edward MASSY of Ballynort, in this co, to Helen only daughter of Jonathan H PEEL Esq Cotts Pembrokeshire
LC1827314NPDPEMBROKEWilliamEsqIn Tralee, of apoplexy, William PEMBROKE, Esq.
LEP-CS18301207NPMPENDLETONAbigailMissWilliam CHAMBERLAIN Esq of Ballycommon in Kings County to Miss Abigail PENDLETON of Annbrook, Queens co
FJ18301211NPMPENDLETONAbigailMissWilliam CHAMBERLAIN Esq of Ballycommon, King's co, to Miss Abigail PEMDLETON of Annebrook, Queen's co
Pue'sO1735204NPDPENEFATHERKingsmillEsqLast Saturday died at Cashel, Kingsmill PENEFATHER Esq Knight of the shire for the co of Tipperary
LEP-CS1831318NPSPENEFATHERRichardBaronMargaret MACKESEY — Murderer
Pue'sO1739407NPN/SPENEFATHERRichardEsqat 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 ... esqrs
FJ17771011NPDPENEFATHERRichardEsqAt Newpark Co Tipperary, Richard PENEFATHER Esq Colonel of Militia and Member of Parliament for the City of Cashel
LGA1819525NPDPENEFATHER ColOn Sunday last at his seat, New Park, county Tipperary, Colonel PENEFATHER, High Sheriff of that county
LGA18151107NPSPENEFATHER MrTrial report — Highway robbery near Castle Oliver
LGA1820606NPMPENEFATHER Rev Mrsee Miss WALLER
LC1826118NPMPENNEFATHERElizabeth In Cork, Phineas BURY, Esq, of Little Island, to Elizabeth, daughter of William PENNEFATHER, Esq, of the Lower Terrace.
Pue'sO1753303NPN/SPENNEFATHERMathewEsqWe hear that James DAVIS Esq succeeds Mr PHILLIPS in his employment; that Mathew PENNEFATHER Port Surveyor of Galway is made Land Waiter in Limerick, in room of Thomas BLENNERHASSETT Esq, in the room of Robert LESLIE Esq, made Collector of Tralee, and Mr Abraham CROKER succeeds Mr PENNEFATHER as Port Surveyor of Galway
LH1831519NPDPENNEFATHERMathewEsqOn Monday evening, in Cashel, Richard PENNEFATHER Esq of Newpark, aged 77 years, father of Mathew PENNEFATHER Esq MP for the borough of Cashel
LEP-CS1831520NPDPENNEFATHERMathewEsqIn Cashel, Richard PENNEFATHER, esq., of Newpark, aged 77 years, father of Mathew PENNEFATHER, Esq., M. P. for the Borough of Cashel, and Governor of the County Tipperary
LEP-CS1830326NPSPENNEFATHERRichardBaronTrial report
LC1826726NPSPENNEFATHERRichardBaron (Judge)Tralee Assizes
Child Murder
Ann ROCHE, an old woman, of very advanced age, was indicted for the murder of Michael LEAHY, a young child by drowning him in the Fleak. This case, which at ... assumed a very serious aspect, from the meaning imported to words spoken by the prisoner, "that the sin of the child's death was on the grand-mother, and not on the prisoner, and not on the prisoner," turned out to be a homicide committed under the delusion of the grossest superstition. The child, the four year old, could neither stand, walk, or speak—was thought to be Fairy struck—and the grand-mother ordered the prisoner and one of the witnesses, Mary CLIFFORD, to bathe the child every morning, in that pool of the river Fleak, where the boundaries of three farms met; they had so bathed it for three mornings, and on the last morning the prisoner kept the child longer under the water than usual, when her companion (the witness, Mary CLIFFORD) said to the prisoner, "how can you hope to see God after this," to which the prisoner replied "that the sin was on the grand-mother and not on her." Upon cross examination, the witness said it was not done with the intent to kill the child, but to cure it—to get the Fairy out of it
  The Policeman, who apprehended her, on charging her with drowning the child, she said it was no matter as it had died four years ago.
  Baron PENNEFATHER said, though it was a case of suspicion, and required to be thoroughly examined into, yet the Jury would not be safe in convicting the prisoner of murder, however strong the suspicion might be.
  Verdict—Not Guilty
  In this case, Counsel for the Crown prosecuted.
  The prisoner was defended by Messrs. O'CONNELL and H. WALSHE.
Pue'sO1755325NPDPENNEFATHERRichardEsqFriday last died in advanced age, at her house in Stafford street, Mrs PENNEFATHER, mother of Richard PENNEFATHER Esq Member of Parliament for the city of Cashell
LGA1805606NPDPENNEFATHERRichardEsqAt Newport, in the Isle of White, Richard PENNEFATHER Esq, of Newpark, co Tipperary
LH1831519NPDPENNEFATHERRichardEsqOn Monday evening, in Cashel, Richard PENNEFATHER Esq of Newpark, aged 77 years, father of Mathew PENNEFATHER Esq MP for the borough of Cashel
LEP-CS1831520NPDPENNEFATHERRichardEsqIn Cashel, Richard PENNEFATHER, esq., of Newpark, aged 77 years, father of Mathew PENNEFATHER, Esq., M. P. for the Borough of Cashel, and Governor of the County Tipperary
FJ1857131NPSPENNEFATHERVere FitzmauriceEnsignMelbourne killings (Vic BDM 1856 No 4647)
LC1826118NPMPENNEFATHERWilliamEsqIn Cork, Phineas BURY, Esq, of Little Island, to Elizabeth, daughter of William PENNEFATHER, Esq, of the Lower Terrace.
FJ1799627NPDPENNEFATHER MrsAt Bath the lady of Col PENNEFATHER of New Park in the Co Tipperary
LGA1806527NPMPENNELL[Rosamond]MissAt Waterford John Wilson CROKER Esq to Miss PENNELL daughter of William PENNELL Esq
LGA1808729NPMPENNELLHarrietMissHarding GIFFARD Esq to Miss Harriet PENNELL daughter of Lovel PENNELL Esq of Baggot Street Dublin
LGA18161119NPMPENNELLJacquelinaMissAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER Esq jun of Cork to Jacquelina second daughter of William PENNELL Esq British Consul at Bourdeaux
FJ18161122NPMPENNELLJacqueline At Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER jun, Esq of Cork, to Jacqueline, second daughter of William FENNELL [recte PENNELL] Esq resident British Consul at that place and sister-in-law of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
LGA1813507NPMPENNELLJohnEsqIn London, J T BENNETT, Esq late the 77th Regt, to Meliscent, daughter of John PENNELL, Esq
LEP-CS1831121aNPMPENNELLLouisa Also on the same day Mr Swiafia JORDAN merchant to Louisa 5th daughter of said Consul (See William PENNELL)
LGA1808729NPMPENNELLLovelEsqHarding GIFFARD Esq to Miss Harriet PENNELL daughter of Lovel PENNELL Esq of Baggot Street Dublin
LGA1813507NPMPENNELLMeliscent In London, J T BENNETT, Esq late the 77th Regt, to Meliscent, daughter of John PENNELL, Esq
FJ1814330NPMPENNELLRichard Augustus FrederickEsqAt Waterford, by the rev Richard RYLAND, Richard Augustus Frederick PENNELL Esq to Harriet third daughter of the Rev John ROBERTS
FJ18441117NPMPENNELLRosamond Catherine On the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of Portsmouth
LGA1806527NPMPENNELLWilliamEsqAt Waterford John Wilson CROKER Esq to Miss PENNELL daughter of William PENNELL Esq
LGA18161119NPMPENNELLWilliamEsqAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER Esq jun of Cork to Jacquelina second daughter of William PENNELL Esq British Consul at Bourdeaux
FJ18161122NPMPENNELLWilliamEsqAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER jun, Esq of Cork, to Jacqueline, second daughter of William FENNELL [recte PENNELL] Esq resident British Consul at that place and sister-in-law of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
LEP-CS1831121NPMPENNELLWilliamEsqAt Rio de Janerio John HOARE Esq merchant of that city to Mrs MCKERRELL relict of the late Mr MCKERRELL of Bahia 3rd daut of Wm PENNELL Esq his Britanic Maj's Consul General at the court of Rio & sis-in-law to the Rt Hon John Wilson CROKER
LEP-CS1831121aNPMPENNELLWilliamEsqAlso on the same day Mr Swiafia JORDAN merchant to Louisa 5th daughter of said Consul (See William PENNELL)
FJ18441117NPMPENNELLWilliamEsqOn the 18th inst, at Kingstown, Edward GIFFARD Esq eldest son of Sir Harding GIFFARD, Chief Justice of Celyon to Rosamond Catherine, eldest daughter of William PENNELL esq of Portsmouth
FJ1861103NPDPENNELLWilliamEsqDecember 29, at East Molesey, Surrey, in the 96th year of his age, William PENNELL Esq formerly his Britanic Majesty's Consul General for the Empire of Brazil
FJ1768808-13NPDPENNYFATHER CaptCapt PENNYFATHER of Islandbridge
LC1835808NPMPENROSEGertrude James Taylor INGHAM Esq of the Inner Temple London, barrister-at-law, to Gertrude daughter of James PENROSE Esq of Woodhill, co Cork
LC1835808NPMPENROSEJamesEsqJames Taylor INGHAM Esq of the Inner Temple London, barrister-at-law, to Gertrude daughter of James PENROSE Esq of Woodhill, co Cork
LGA1811604NPDPENROSESamuel [Fitz] WilliamEsqTuesday morning last, in the prime of life, at Waterford, Samuel PENROSE, William, Esq.
LEP-CS1830319NPDPEPPARDJohnEsqIn Charleville, at an advanced age, Mary, relict of the lste John PEPPARD, Esq., of Mary-ville, County Cork.
FJ1787501NPSPEPPARDJohnMrDomestic intelligence
Limerick, April 30.
On Friday the 20th inst. Mr. Wm. B. SWAN, Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. John PEPPARD, guager, and a party of the 8th light dragoons, seized a large private still, head, two worms and a large copper boiler at work, at Ballonahowe, near Glanworth, and spilled upwards of five thousand gallons of pot ale, and two hundred gallons of singlings. After destroying this extensive distillery, Mr. SWAN repaired with the above party to Glanworth, where he had information of 600 barrels of private malt being concealed in a bolting-mill; on approaching the mill, the windows of it were crowded with armed men, as also in a castle adjoining it; Mr. SWAN immediately applied to the Rev. Henry BAGGS a Magistrate, to assist him, who immediately took from his pocket the riot act, and on approaching the castle with Mr. SWAN, they were fired upon from the windows of the castle and mill, which wounded Mr. BAGGS in the chin and shoulder, also wounded Mr. SWAN in the leg; the villains had the audacity to repeat the fire, which wounded five of the dragoons slightly, and three of their horses; to add to their villainy, they fractured the carrier’s horse’s skull which carried the still, in order to effect a rescue; some of the dragoons fired, when one person was killed. The still, head, worms and boiler, were safely lodged in the stores of Charleville. We hear that a proclamation will be immediately issued against the persons concerned in the above outrage.
LC1801527NPMPEPPARDJohnMrOn Monday last, Mr. John WHITAKER, of Manchester, to Miss Margaret PEPPARD, daughter to Mr. John PEPPARD, of Charleville
LC1801527NPMPEPPARDMargaret MissOn Monday last, Mr. John WHITAKER, of Manchester, to Miss Margaret PEPPARD, daughter to Mr. John PEPPARD, of Charleville
LEP-CS1830319NPDPEPPARDMary In Charleville, at an advanced age, Mary, relict of the lste John PEPPARD, Esq., of Mary-ville, County Cork.
FJ1795728NPMPERCELLMiss Mr William BARRINGTON of Stradbal in Queens Co to the agreeable Miss PERCELL of College Green
FJ1812516NPSPERCEVAL MrAssassnation of Mr PERCEVAL brother of the Earl of Egmont and Cabinet minister by George (sic) BELLINGHAM
LC1785207NPSPERCIVALWiliamEsqDerby O'GRADY, Esq; High Sheriff of the Co. Limerick, has appointed the fllowing Gentlemen Replevengers fo said county:
George BLENNERHASSETT, of Riddlestown, Esq;
Charles COOTE, of Castle Oliver, Esq;
William HIFFERNAN, of Derk, Esq; and
William PERCIVAL, of Wilton, Esq.
LGA1812519NPSPERCIVAL MrAssassination of Mr PERCIVAL (half brother to the Earl of Egmont) bt John BELLINGHAM
LGA1818508NPAPEREDERGAST-SMYTHJohnViscount Gort
To be let
Together or in two divisions,
From the 25th of March last,
For such Terms as may be agreed upon, that part of the lands of
Brisheen [Breesheen],
Near Kilmallock, containing between Eighty and ninety acres, as lately held by
Mr. Michael ROCHE.
  Proposal addressed to Lord Viscount Gort, will be received by Mr. MORRIS, at Limerick or Gort
April 10, 1818
FJ18301220NPMPERKINEdwardCapt RNOn the 14th inst, at St George's church, Hanover Square, London, ?? STRANGMAN jun Esq of Waterford to Eliza daughter of the late Capt Edward PERKIN RN of Upper Berkeley Street and niece of the late Admiral PRINGLE
FJ18531007NPMPERRIERAnthonyEsqOctober 4, in London, Anthony PERRIER Esq son of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, of Cork, to Mrs Charlotte HICKMAN, of Lotabeg, in that co, only daughter of Maj-Gen Henry ROOME of the Hon East India Company Service
LGA18161119NPMPERRIERAnthonyEsq junAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER Esq jun of Cork to Jacquelina second daughter of William PEHNELL Esq British Consul at Bourdeaux
FJ1853528NPMPERRIERAnthonySirMay 26, in Cork, james Black PERRIER Esq so of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, to Eliza Jane, only child of W DEANE Esq
FJ18531007NPMPERRIERAnthonySirOctober 4, in London, Anthony PERRIER Esq son of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, of Cork, to Mrs Charlotte HICKMAN, of Lotabeg, in that co, only daughter of Maj-Gen Henry ROOME of the Hon East India Company Service
FJ18161122NPMPERRIERAnthony junEsqAt Bourdeaux, Anthony PERRIER jun, Esq of Cork, to Jacqueline, second daughter of William FENNELL [recte PENNELL] Esq resident British Consul at that place and sister-in-law of John Wilson CROKER Esq MP
FJ1853528NPMPERRIERJames BlackEsqMay 26, in Cork, james Black PERRIER Esq so of the late Sir Anthony PERRIER, to Eliza Jane, only child of W DEANE Esq
LGA18061125NPMPERRIERLouisaMissSaturday night, at Christ Church, Cork, Thomas CHRISTOPHER Esq of Bordeaux, to Miss Louisa PERIER of Cork
FJ1777218NPMPERRINArthur A few days ago, Mr Arthur PERRIN of Castle Street to Miss Elizabeth BRADDELL of Bullingate Co Wicklow; daughter of the late George BRADDELL Esq of said place
LGA1807227NPMPERRIN MissIn Dublin, Charles CROKER-KING Esq of North Cumberland Street to Miss PERRIN of south Cumberland Street [PML PURVIN]
LEP-CS1830903NPMPERRYAnneMissBy the Lord Bishop of Waterford at Derrygrath church, Mathew Villiers SANKEY of Coolmore, county Tipperary, to Anne second daughter of the late Samuel PERRY Esq of Woodroffe and niece to the Earl of Charleville and Lord Dunally
FJ1764207-11NPDPERRYFrancisMrA few days ago, in Hoey's Court Mrs PERY wife of Mr Francis PERRY
LGA18041004NPDPERRYGeorgeMrFriday morning, in Mary-St in the prime of her life sincerely lamented by her friends and numerous acquaintances Mrs PERRY, wife of Mr George PERRY and sister to John BOYSE Esq attorney
LGA18121027NPSPERRYJamesEsqIn the London gazette, we perceive the promotion of William PERRY, to an ensigncy in the 9th foot. This young gentleman, volunteered his services to the Penisula, near twelve months since, and lost an arm on the plains of Salamanca— He is son of James PERRY, Esq. of Clover Hill. in the county Clare
LC1769619NPDPERRYJamesMrSame day [yesterday] died Mr. James PERRY Son to Mr. John PERRY Merchant, a young man of a very promising Genius, and greatly regretted by his Acquaintance.
HDM1769624-27NPDPERRYJamesMrAt Limerick, Mr James PERRY son of Mr PERRY linen draper
Pue'sO1739407NPN/SPERRYJohnEsqat 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 ... esqrs
DWJ17481022NPSPERRYJohn yrEsqLast week came on at Clonmell before the Hon Mr Baron MOUNTNEY the tryal of Edward Nugent SHANNAGHAN Esq for the murder of John PERRY the younger Esq and Thomas LONG Gent for aiding and abetting the said murder; which tryal lasted until four o'clock in the morning. The pannel of the jury consisted of eighty one Gentlemen which was gone through by challenges for the Crown and Prisnor; and after a short stay, brought in their verdict; that Mr SHANNAGHAN was guilty of manslaughter only & acquitted Mr LONG
LC1823104NPDPERRYJoseph Sexton On Wednesday night, at the house of her son-in-law, Samuel FURNELL, Esq; Glentworth-street, Lucinda, relict of Michael CUDMORE, of Ballyclough, Esq; and daughter of the late Joseph Sexton PERRY, Esq; of Limerick
HDM1769311NPMPERRYRichard A few days ago, at Corke Richard PERRY to Miss NEWMAN daughter of Adam NEWMAN
LEP-CS1830903NPMPERRYSamuelEsqBy the Lord Bishop of Waterford at Derrygrath church, Mathew Villiers SANKEY of Coolmore, county Tipperary, to Anne second daughter of the late Samuel PERRY Esq of Woodroffe and niece to the Earl of Charleville and Lord Dunally
LGA18121027NPSPERRYWilliamEnsIn the London gazette, we perceive the promotion of William PERRY, to an ensigncy in the 9th foot. This young gentleman, volunteered his services to the Penisula, near twelve months since, and lost an arm on the plains of Salamanca— He is son of James PERRY, Esq. of Clover Hill. in the county Clare
FJ1854810NPSPERRY LtSecond court-martial of Lt PERRY at Windsor Mr COOTE officer mentioned
FJ1764207-11NPDPERRY MrsA few days ago, in Hoey's Court Mrs PERY wife of Mr Francis PERRY
LGA18041004NPDPERRY MrsFriday morning, in Mary-St in the prime of her life sincerely lamented by her friends and numerous acquaintances Mrs PERRY, wife of Mr George PERRY and sister to John BOYSE Esq attorney
FJ1766211-15NPDPERRY Rev DrA few days ago, at her lodgings in Haymarket Mrs WHITE, daughter of the late Rev Dr PERRY, late of Edgeworthstown in the Co Longford
Pue'sO1746208NPDPERSEDavidEsq CaptSunday last died of dropsy, David PERSE of Spring Garden in the co Galway Esq, on of the Justices of the Peace and Capt in Col BLAKENEY's Regt of Horse ...
Pue'sO1734122NPNPERSEFrancisEsqFrancis PERSE of Ballymerritt Esq is appointed by his Grace the Lord Leiutenant, High Sheriff of the co of Gallway
FJ17941226NPDPERSE MrsAt Melick Co Galway, Mrs PERSE wife of William PERSE jun Esq
FJ1824505NPDPERSSE[nee EYRE]MrsOn the 27th ult at Persse lodge, co Galway, Mrs PERSSE wife of Bolton PERSSE Esq and daughter of Colonel EYRE of Eyrescourt
FJ18561105NPDPERSSEAnne October 30, at Moyode Castle, co Galway, aged 83 years, Anne the relict of Henry S PERSSE Esq
FJ1824505NPDPERSSEBoltonEsqOn the 27th ult at Persse lodge, co Galway, Mrs PERSSE wife of Bolton PERSSE Esq and daughter of Colonel EYRE of Eyrescourt
LEP-CS18311118NPBPERSSEBursonEsqAt persse Lodge, co Gayway, the lady of Burson PERSSE Esq of a son
FJ1859905NPDPERSSEBurtonEsqAugust 31, at Moyode Cstle, co Galway, aged 77, Burton PERSSE Esq JP DL
FJ18251109NPMPERSSEBurtonjrNov 4, at the cathedral church of Taum, by his grace the Archbishop, Burton PERSSE jr of Persse Lodge, in co Galway to Matilda eld daug of Henry S PERSSE Esq Landwaiter of the Port of Galway & granddaut of the late Col PERSSE of Roxbor' in GAL
LC1824505NPDPERSSEBurton (jun)EsqOn Tuesday, after a short illness, Mrs. PERSSE, wife of Burton PERSSE, jun. Esq and daughter of Colonel EYRE, of Eyrescourt Castle, County Galway
FJ1824706NPDPERSSECarey In William St, on Saturday last, Carey PERSSE only son of Thomas PERSSE woolen-draper
FJ1853405NPMPERSSEDavid DudleyEsqMarch 31, in Kilcornan church, Walter TAYLOR Esq of Mulpit, co Galway, nephew of the late Gen Sir John TAYLOR, of Castle Taylor to Jane Caroline Isabella, fourth daughter of David Dudley PERSSE Esq late of the 48th regt
LC18261111NPMPERSSEDudleyEsqThis day was married, by special licence, at Tullabracky Church, by the Rev. Josias CRAMPTON, Dudley PERRSE, of Roxborough, in the County Galway, Esq. to Katherine O'GRADY, daughter of the Right Hon. The Lord Chief BARON.
FJ18271128NPSPERSSEDudleyEsqNames of gentlemen returned by the Judges of Assizes to serve the office of High Sheriff for the ensuing year ... Limerick John CROKER of Croom Castle Esq ... Galway Dudley PERSSE of Roxborough Esq ...
FJ1825217NPMPERSSEElizabeth Hind On the 15th inst, at St Peter's church, Thomas Warren WHITE Esq, barrister at law, to Elizabeth Hind, daughter of Robert PERSSE of Bossbor', co Galay
FJ1822829NPDPERSSEHenryCaptIn Abbygate Street, Galway, on Friday last Mrs PERSSE relict of the late Henry PERSSE of the 46th Regt of Foot
LEP-CS18331101NPDPERSSEHenryEsqAt Newcastle co Galway ... Henry PERSSE Esq for many years land waiter of that port
FJ18251109NPMPERSSEHenry SEsqNov 4, at the cathedral church of Taum, by his grace the Archbishop, Burton PERSSE jr of Persse Lodge, in co Galway to Matilda eld daug of Henry S PERSSE Esq Landwaiter of the Port of Galway & granddaut of the late Col PERSSE of Roxbor' in GAL
FJ18561105NPDPERSSEHenry SEsqOctober 30, at Moyode Castle, co Galway, aged 83 years, Anne the relict of Henry S PERSSE Esq
FJ1853405NPMPERSSEJane Caroline Isabella March 31, in Kilcornan church, Walter TAYLOR Esq of Mulpit, co Galway, nephew of the late Gen Sir John TAYLOR, of Castle Taylor to Jane Caroline Isabella, fourth daughter of David Dudley PERSSE Esq late of the 48th regt
FJ1825509NPMPERSSEMaria Helena On the 30th ult, the Hon Denis Arthur BINGHAM second son of the Rt Hon Lord Clanmorris, to Maria Helena second daughter of Robert PERSSE Esq of Roxborough
FJ18251109NPMPERSSEMatilda Nov 4, at the cathedral church of Taum, by his grace the Archbishop, Burton PERSSE jr of Persse Lodge, in co Galway to Matilda eld daug of Henry S PERSSE Esq Landwaiter of the Port of Galway & granddaut of the late Col PERSSE of Roxbor' in GAL
FJ1815209NPMPERSSEPEsqOn Thursday, 2nd February inst, at Monk-field the seat of her father, Caroline, third daughter of Charles MORGAN Esq to P PERSSE of Springgarden Esq, both of the co Galway
FJ1823204NPBPERSSEPEsqthe lady of P PERSSE, Esq of Spring Garden, of a son and heir
FJ1823602NPDPERSSEPEsqAt Spring Garden, on the 24th ult Wm Henry Dudley only son of P PERSSE Esq
FJ1824325NPBPERSSEPEsqat Spring Garden, co Galway, the lady of P PERSSE Esq of a son and heir
FJ1825509NPMPERSSERobertEsqOn the 30th ult, the Hon Denis Arthur BINGHAM second son of the Rt Hon Lord Clanmorris, to Maria Helena second daughter of Robert PERSSE Esq of Roxborough
FJ1825217NPMPERSSERobert On the 15th inst, at St Peter's church, Thomas Warren WHITE Esq, barrister at law, to Elizabeth Hind, daughter of Robert PERSSE of Bossbor', co Galay
LC1833601NPBPERSSERobert HenryEsqAt Castleboy, co Galway, the lady of Robert Henry PERSSE Esq of a son and heir
LEP-CS1831524NPBPERSSERoberth HenryEsqAt Castleboy, co Galway, the lady of Robert Henry PERSSE, Esq of a daughter
FJ18201010NPMPERSSESally On the 4th inst, at Kilrush, co Clare, John W TROUSDELL Esq Collector of that port to Sally eldest daughter of William Blakeny PERSSE Esq and garnddaughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, co Galway
FJ18251130NPNPERSSEThomas R Meeting of Creditors — at the Royal Exchange this day at 2 O'Clock - Thomas R PERSSE, Dublin final dividend, Wm WILLIAMS agent, WILLIAMS & CLARKE assignees ... Alan F O'NEILL, Limerick, Final Dividend, Henry HARTON agent, John REDDAN assignee ...
FJ1825729NPNPERSSEThomas Richard Bankrupt Thomas Richard PERSSE, of the Royal Arcade, in the City of Dublin, woolen draper ...
FJ1831722NPDPERSSEWilliamColAt Boulonge sur Mer, on the 12th inst, aged 63, Eliza wife of Edward North NEWENHAM Esq and daughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, in the co Galway, ...
FJ1841111NPDPERSSEWilliam BlakeneyEsqAt Athenry, co Galway, William Blakeney PERSSE Esq aged 77 years
FJ18201010NPMPERSSEWilliam BlakenlyColOn the 4th inst, at Kilrush, co Clare, John W TROUSDELL Esq Collector of that port to Sally eldest daughter of William Blakeny PERSSE Esq and garnddaughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, co Galway
FJ18201010NPMPERSSEWilliam BlakenlyEsqOn the 4th inst, at Kilrush, co Clare, John W TROUSDELL Esq Collector of that port to Sally eldest daughter of William Blakeny PERSSE Esq and garnddaughter of the late Col William PERSSE of Roxborough, co Galway
FJ1823602NPDPERSSEWilliam Henry Dudley At Spring Garden, on the 24th ult Wm Henry Dudley only son of P PERSSE Esq
FJ18251109NPMPERSSE ColNov 4, at the cathedral church of Taum, by his grace the Archbishop, Burton PERSSE jr of Persse Lodge, in co Galway to Matilda eld daug of Henry S PERSSE Esq Landwaiter of the Port of Galway & granddaut of the late Col PERSSE of Roxbor' in GAL
FJ1822829NPDPERSSE MrsIn Abbygate Street, Galway, on Friday last Mrs PERSSE relict of the late Henry PERSSE of the 46th Regt of Foot
FJ18011001NPBPERY[Annabella nee EDWARDS]Lady LimerickAt Ely place lady Limerick [Annabella PERY nee EDWARDS] of a daughter [Cecili Jane]
FJ1785617NPMPERY[Dianna]MissThe Hon Mr KNOX to Miss PERY eldest daughter of the Rt Hon the Speaker of the House of Commons
FJ1790618NPDPERYAmbroseAttorneyAfter a few days illness Ambrose PERY attorney at law
FJ1843114NPMPERYAnabella CeciliaHonOn the 10th inst, at Almondsbury, nr Bristol, the Rev Owen H REPTON son of the Rev Edward REPTON Prebendary of Westminster to the Hon Anabella Cecilia PERY grandaughter of the Earl of Limerick, sister to Viscount Glentworth and niece of Ld Mounteagle ...
LC1832919NPMPERYArabella ElizaHonOn the 11th inst, at Chepstowe church, Monmouthshire, Robert Gun CUMMINGHAM Esq of Newland Park, Gloucestershire and Mt Kennedy, co Wicklow, to the Hon Arabella Eliza PERY eldest daughter of Viscount Glentworth and granddaughter of the Earl of Limerick
FJ18541025NPMPERYAugustaLadyOctober 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 Limerick
LC1832222NPMPERYCaroline Alicia DianaLadyat St James church, London, G L RUSSELL Esq youngest son of the rt Hon Sir Henry RUSSELL to Lady Caroline Alicia Diana PERY youngest daughter of the Earl of Limerick
FJ1828322NPMPERYCecil janeLadyOn the 18th inst at All Souls Church, Mary-le-bone by the Lord Nishop of Llandaff, the Rev John DELAFIELD second son of the late J DELAFIELD of Camden Hill, Esq to the lady Cecil Jane PERY fifth daughter of the Earl of Limerick
LEP-CS1828325NPMPERYCecil JaneLadyAt all Saints Church Marylebone, by the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, the Rev John DELAFIELD, second son of the late J DELAFIELD of Camden Hill, Esq to Lady Cecil Jane PERY fifth daughter of the Earl of Limerick
LGA1811723NPMPERYEarl of LimerickRt HonThursday se'nnnight, by special license at Mary-le-Bone church, London, Thomas, eldest son of Stephen RICE Esq of mount Trenchard, in this county to the Rt Hon Theodosia PERY, second daughter of the Rt Hon, the Earl of Limerick
FJ1793522NPDPERYEdmond [Cecil]MasterMaster Edmond PERY aged eight years eldest son of the Hon Edmond Henry PERY one of the Members of Parliament for city Limerick
LC1797301NPDPERYEdmond HenryBaron Glentworth (later Earl of Limerick)Last Saturday, at his house, Newtown Pery, aged seventy, Sir Henry HARTSTONGE, Bart. twice returned to Parliament for this County, his well known zeal and integrity in dischange of the Duties of that important Public trust, could only be equalled by the benevolence of his honest heart, and the great utility of his extensive and well directed charities.—His large estates in the Countyis of Cork and Limerick, devolve upon his nephew, the Right Hon. Lord Glentworth.—His remains (attended by a vast number of Friends and Tenantry,) were this morning conveyed for Interment to the Family Vault at Bruff, in this county.
FJ1861104NPDPERYEdmond HenryEar of LimerickDecember 31, at Wisbaden, the Hon Edmond Sexten PERY, youngest son of Edmond Henry, late Earl of Limerick
FJ1817204NPDPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn the 20th ult at Southill, Barks, the seat of her father the Earl of Limerick, Lady Mary PERRY (sic)
LC18261014NPSPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickJohn BOUCHIER, of Baggotstown, Esq. presided at a parochial meeting of Catholic inhabitants of Bruff, on Sunday. It resolved to collect the Catholic rent and prepare a retition to Parliament— the latter to be entrusted to the Earl of Limerick and Thomas LLOYD, Esq. M.P.
LC1832222NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of Limerickat St James church, London, G L RUSSELL Esq youngest son of the rt Hon Sir Henry RUSSELL to Lady Caroline Alicia Diana PERY youngest daughter of the Earl of Limerick
LC1832919NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of limerickOn the 11th inst, at Chepstowe church, Monmouthshire, Robert Gun CUMMINGHAM Esq of Newland Park, Gloucestershire and Mt Kennedy, co Wicklow, to the Hon Arabella Eliza PERY eldest daughter of Viscount Glentworth and granddaughter of the Earl of Limerick
LC1835523NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickAt Clifton nr Bristol, the Rev Henry GRAY of Almondsbury, 4th son of the late Bishop of Bristol tothe Hon Emilie Caroline PERY, third daughter of the late Viscount Glentworth, granddaughter of the Rt Hon Earl of Limerick and niece to the Rt Hon Thomas
LT18361017NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn Sat last by spec lic at St Mary's ch Bryanston Sq by the Rev Henry GRAY son of the late Bishop of Bristol, the Viscount Glentworth, grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Eve Maria 2nd daut of Hy VILLEBOIS Esq of Gloucester Pl London & Markham Hse NFK ..
FJ1841501NPDPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn the 25th of April, at Rydge, Isle of White the Hon Anabella, wife of Robert Gun CUNNINGHAME, Esq of Mount Kennedy, co Wicklow, eldest daughter of the late Viscount Glentworth and granddaughter of the Earl of Limerick
LS1841503NPDPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickAt Ryde, Isle of White the Hon Anabella Evina, wife of Robert Gun CUNNINGHAM, Esq of Mount Kennedy, co Wicklow. She was eldest daughter of the late Viscount Glentworth and granddaughter of the Earl of Limerick
FJ1841907NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn the 12th of June, at Calcutta, the Hon H F H PERY third son of the late Lord Glentworth and grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Amelia Mary second daughter of Capt Bowland MONEY of the RN
LS1841909NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn the 12th of June, at Calcutta, the Hon H F H PERY third son of the late Lord Glentworth and grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Amelia Mary second daughter of Capt Bowland MONEY of the RN
FJ18421104NPDPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOctober 8, at St John, New Brunswick, aged 29, the Hon Capt PERY of the 30th Regt son of the late Lord Glentworth and grandson of the Earl of limerick
FJ1843114NPMPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickOn the 10th inst, at Almondsbury, nr Bristol, the Rev Owen H REPTON son of the Rev Edward REPTON Prebendary of Westminster to the Hon Anabella Cecilia PERY grandaughter of the Earl of Limerick, sister to Viscount Glentworth and niece of Ld Mounteagle ...
FJ1860405NPDPERYEdmond HenryEarl of LimerickMarch 28, in London, Eleanor Albina PERY, youngest daughter of the Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, and granddaughter of the late Earl of Limerick
LEP-CS1830309NPSPERYEdmond HenryHonOn Wednesday evening the town of Bruff, the centre of the Earl of Limerick's possessions, in this province, was splendidly illuminated in compliment to the Honourable Edmund Henry PERY, who that day [3 Mar], became of age. The unequivocal marks of popular feeling, which evinced with more than usual fervour on this occasion, were highly gratifying to all ranks. As eldest son to one of the most popular noblemen in this country, and as one whose future possessions entitle him to first honours in it, we cannot but congradulate the inhabitants of Bruff on the event which thus elicited from them the warmest demonstrations of respect and admiration, as equally a pledge of the future happiness with which he will be welcomed whenever he becomes a resident amongst the the Earl of Limerick's tenantry.
LHMA1789601NPBPERYEdmond Henry In Harcourt Street, Dublin, the Lady of Edmond Henry PERY, of a son.
LC1825803NPMPERYEdmond Henry Earl of LimerickIn London, Peter POLE, Esq eldest son of Air Peter POLE, Brt, M. P. of Wolverton Park, Hants, to Lady Louisa PERRY, fourth daughter of the Earl of Limerick.
LT18361017NPMPERYEdmond Henry (Capt 7th Fusiliers)Lord GlentworthOn Sat last by spec lic at St Mary's ch Bryanston Sq by the Rev Henry GRAY son of the late Bishop of Bristol, the Viscount Glentworth, grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Eve Maria 2nd daut of Hy VILLEBOIS Esq of Gloucester Pl London & Markham Hse NFK ..
Pue'sO1746211NPN/SPERYEdmond SextenEsqLast Saturday Thomas BURKE, John HATTON, Edmond Sexen PERRY and Sydnham FOWKE Esqrs were admitted and sworn barristers-at-law
LC1825223NPMPERYEdmond SextenHonMonday [? 14 Feb], at Mary-le-bonne Church, London, the Hon. Edmond Sexten PERRY, to Elizabeth Charlotte, daughter of the late Hon. William COCKAYNE, of .. Hall, Northamptonshire.
FJ1861104NPDPERYEdmond SextenHonDecember 31, at Wisbaden, the Hon Edmond Sexten PERY, youngest son of Edmond Henry, late Earl of Limerick
LGA1806304bNPDPERYEdmond SextenRt Hon Visct PERYOn Yesterday se'nnight at 12 o'clock died at his house in Hertford St May Fair London in the 87th yr of his age the Rt Hon Edmd Sexton PERY Lord Visct PERY. His l'ship was born Apr 3, 1719 and married 1st Marthar yst d of John MARTIN Esq who died without issue. his l'ship m 2ndly Oct 27, 1762 Elizabeth sis of Thomas Visct de Vesey and had issue Diana Jane born Oct 17, 1764 m Thomas [KNOX] eld s of Viscount NORTHLAND; Frances married 3 Jan 1787 Nicholas CALVERT Esq
Pue'sO17511231NPMPERYEdmond SextonEsqA few days ago Sir Henry HARTSTONGE Bt was married at Limerick to Miss Lucy PERRY sister to Edmond Sexton PERRY Esq
LC_LM1774606NPMPERYEdmond SextonEsqLast Saturday, Lancelot HILL, Esq; to Miss Jane PERY, sister to the Rt Hon. Edmond Sexton PERY, Esq; a Lady possessed of every amiable Qualification that can render the married state truly happy, with a large fortune.
FJ1860405NPDPERYEdmond SextonHonMarch 28, in London, Eleanor Albina PERY, youngest daughter of the Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, and granddaughter of the late Earl of Limerick
GM17746 NPMPERYEdmond SextonMissIn Dublin, Capt. Lancelot HILL, to Miss PERY, sister to the Rt. Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, speaker of the Irish House of Commons.
FJ1806304NPDPERYEdmond SextonRt Hon Viscout PeryAt his house in Hertford St Mayfair, London in the 89th Year of his age the Rt Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, Lord Viscount PERY, formerly Speaker of the [Irish] House of Commons
Pue'sO17411121NPSPERYEdmundEsqThis week Edmund PERRY Esq petitioned the Hon House of Commons, complaining of an undue election and return for the city of Limerick [Richard MAUNSELL elected]
FJ1783204-06NPMPERYEdmundEsqEdmund Henry PERY, Esq; only son to the Bishop of Killala, and nephew to the Speaker of the House of Commons, to the only daughter and heiress of Henry ORMSBY, Esq, and niece of Sir Henry HARTSTONGE, Bart
FJ18441211NPDPERYEdmund HenryEarl of Limerick

Death of the earl of Limerick

We have to announce that intelligence was received on Sunday at Mr PERY's in Hinde Street, Manchester Square, London, of the demise of the vererable Earl of Limerick one of the Irish representative peers. The melancholy event took place on Saturday evening, at 7 O'clock at his lodrship's seat, South Hill Park, near Bracknell, Berkshire. The deceased nobleman, Edmund Henry PERY, Earl and Viscount Limerick, and Baron Glentworth in the peerage of Ireland, Baron Foxford, of Stackpole Court, in the co Clare, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, was born 8th of January 1758, consequently had nearly completed his 87th year, suceeded to the barony of Glentworth on the demise of his father, July 4, 1794; elected a representative peer for Ireland by the Act of Union, created Viscount and Earl of Limerick, February 11, 1803 and enrolled amongst the peers of the UK by the title Baron Foxford August 11, 1815, married January 29, 1783 Alice Mary only daughter and hieress of Henry ORMSBY Esq of Cloghan, co Mayo, by Mary his wife sister of Sir Henry HARTSTONGE, Bt. By his death a vacancy is occaisioned in the representatives of Ireland in the upper house of the Imperial Parliament. His Lordship is succeeded in his title and estate by his grandson, the Hon William Tennison PERY now Earl of Limerick, who is at present in Australia
FJ1848105NPMPERYEdmund HenryLord GlentworthOn 29th ult at St John Paddington Capt Hugh Smith BAILLIE of the Roy Horse Guards secone son of Col Hugh BAILLIE of Redcastle Ross-shire to Eve Maria widow of Edmund Henry Viscount Glentworth and daughter of the late Henry VILLEBOLS Esq of Manham Hse NFK
LC1792114NPDPERYEdmund SextenViscount PeryLast Saturday night, at his seat of Watersown, co. Westmeath, Gustavus Hancock TEMPLE, Esq; son to the Lady of the Right Hon. Viscount Pery ...
LC1794326NPDPERYEdmund SextenViscount PeryLast Monday, at her house on the Square of this City, Mrs. MONSELL, relict of the late William MONSELL, of Tirvoe, Esq; and sister to the Right Hon. Lord Pery, and the Right Hon. Lord Bishop of Limerick. ...
FJ1860405NPDPERYEleanor Albina March 28, in London, Eleanor Albina PERY, youngest daughter of the Hon Edmond Sexton PERY, and granddaughter of the late Earl of Limerick
LC1792114NPDPERYElizabeth (nee VESEY)LadyLast Saturday night, at his seat of Watersown, co. Westmeath, Gustavus Hancock TEMPLE, Esq; son to the Lady of the Right Hon. Viscount Pery ...
LC1835523NPMPERYEmilie CarolineHonAt Clifton nr Bristol, the Rev Henry GRAY of Almondsbury, 4th son of the late Bishop of Bristol tothe Hon Emilie Caroline PERY, third daughter of the late Viscount Glentworth, granddaughter of the Rt Hon Earl of Limerick and niece to the Rt Hon Thomas Spring RICE, Chancellor of the Exchequer
FJ1848105NPMPERYEve Maria (nee VILLEBOLS) On 29th ult at St John Paddington Capt Hugh Smith BAILLIE of the Roy Horse Guards secone son of Col Hugh BAILLIE of Redcastle Ross-shire to Eve Maria widow of Edmund Henry Viscount Glentworth and daughter of the late Henry VILLEBOLS Esq of Manham Hse NFK
FJ1789116NPMPERYFrancesMissAt Bath Nicholas CALVERT Esq son of F CALVERT Esq of Portland Place London to the Hon Miss Frances PERY youngest daughter of Lord Viscount PERY of this Kingdom
LGA1819810NPMPERYFrances SelinaLadyOn Tuesday last, Sir Henry Roddam CALDER Bt of ParK House Kent to Lady Frances Selina PERY 3rd daughter of the Earl of Limerick
FJ1841907NPMPERYHenry Frederick HHonOn the 12th of June, at Calcutta, the Hon H F H PERY third son of the late Lord Glentworth and grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Amelia Mary second daughter of Capt Bowland MONEY of the RN
LS1841909NPMPERYHenry Frederick HHonOn the 12th of June, at Calcutta, the Hon H F H PERY third son of the late Lord Glentworth and grandson of the Earl of Limerick to Amelia Mary second daughter of Capt Bowland MONEY of the RN
FJ1809321NPBPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthAt St Andrew's Scotland, on Friday the 3rd of March, at the house of Lord Viscount (sic) Glentworth, Lady Glentworth was safely delivered of a son and heir
FJ1810511NPBPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthOn the 5th of May, at Edinburgh, the lady of Lord Viscount (sic) Glentworth was safely delivered of a daughter
LGA18121009NPBPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthLast night, in Newtown Pery, the lady of Lord Glentworth, of a son
LEP-CS1828819NPSPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthLord Glentworth has arrived at Bruff.
LEP-CS1828829NPSPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthLaying the first stone of the Chapel of Bruff
LC1832919NPMPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthOn the 11th inst, at Chepstowe church, Monmouthshire, Robert Gun CUMMINGHAM Esq of Newland Park, Gloucestershire and Mt Kennedy, co Wicklow, to the Hon Arabella Eliza PERY eldest daughter of Viscount Glentworth and granddaughter of the Earl of Limerick
LC1835523NPMPERYHenry HartstongeLord GlentworthAt Clifton nr Bristol, the Rev Henry GRAY of Almondsbury, 4th son of the late Bishop of Bristol tothe Hon Emilie Caroline PERY, third daughter of the late Viscount Glentworth, granddaughter of the Rt Hon Earl of Limerick and niece to the Rt Hon Thomas

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