King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 27

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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LC1827314NPDDUNDASDavidSir BtAt her house, at Richmond, Surrey, Lady DUNDAS, widow of the late Sir David DUNDAS, Bart.NickR
FJ1849616NPMDUNDASFrancisEsqJune 11, at Clontarf, Richard Croker RUSSELL, Esq of the Royal Navy, to Henrietta Elizabeth, second daughter of Francis DUNDAS Esq late Capt in the 81st regtNickR
FJ1849616NPMDUNDASHenrietta Elizabeth June 11, at Clontarf, Richard Croker RUSSELL, Esq of the Royal Navy, to Henrietta Elizabeth, second daughter of Francis DUNDAS Esq late Capt in the 81st regtNickR
WMT J1827920NPDDUNDASHenryRevOn the 7th inst. in Rutland-st., Mrs. Dundas, relict of the Rev. Henry Dundas. SdeM
WMT J1829108NPMDUNDASJ BurnetCapt R NAt Barnes, Captain J. Burnet Dundas, R.N., youngest son of the late Sir David Dundas, Bart. to Caroline, third daughter of the Rev. John Jeffreys, rector of Barnes in the county of Surrey. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPDDUNDASMarrianne (nee LATOUCH)MrsOn Sunday, at his seat, Newbury, county Kildare, Ralph Peter Dundas, Esq., greatly and most deservedly lamented. He was the only son of the late General Ralph Dundas, of Manor, North Britain, first cousin to the gallant Sir Ralph Abercrombie, and was married to Marrianne, daughter of the late John Latouch, of Harristown, county Kildare, Esq., M.P. and sister to the present Member for that county. Mr. D. was descended from a very ancient and distinguished family in Scotland. He was from his infancy educated for the military profession. At an early period of his life he served in the continental war, and was at the taking of Valenciennes, where he was aid de-camp to the General, his father, as he was afterwards in Ireland, during the rebellion of 1798. In mind, appearance, and manner, he was a perfect Gentleman, and has not left a more generous or benevolent heart to lament his loss. He was interred in the family vault at Harristown. The funeral was attended by Gentlemen from all parts of the county. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPDDUNDASRalphGenOn Sunday, at his seat, Newbury, county Kildare, Ralph Peter Dundas, Esq., greatly and most deservedly lamented. He was the only son of the late General Ralph Dundas, of Manor, North Britain, first cousin to the gallant Sir Ralph Abercrombie, and was married to Marrianne, daughter of the late John Latouch, of Harristown, county Kildare, Esq., M.P. and sister to the present Member for that county. Mr. D. was descended from a very ancient and distinguished family in Scotland. He was from his infancy educated for the military profession. At an early period of his life he served in the continental war, and was at the taking of Valenciennes, where he was aid de-camp to the General, his father, as he was afterwards in Ireland, during the rebellion of 1798. In mind, appearance, and manner, he was a perfect Gentleman, and has not left a more generous or benevolent heart to lament his loss. He was interred in the family vault at Harristown. The funeral was attended by Gentlemen from all parts of the county. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPDDUNDASRalph PeterEsqOn Sunday, at his seat, Newbury, county Kildare, Ralph Peter Dundas, Esq., greatly and most deservedly lamented. He was the only son of the late General Ralph Dundas, of Manor, North Britain, first cousin to the gallant Sir Ralph Abercrombie, and was married to Marrianne, daughter of the late John Latouch, of Harristown, county Kildare, Esq., M.P. and sister to the present Member for that county. Mr. D. was descended from a very ancient and distinguished family in Scotland. He was from his infancy educated for the military profession. At an early period of his life he served in the continental war, and was at the taking of Valenciennes, where he was aid de-camp to the General, his father, as he was afterwards in Ireland, during the rebellion of 1798. In mind, appearance, and manner, he was a perfect Gentleman, and has not left a more generous or benevolent heart to lament his loss. He was interred in the family vault at Harristown. The funeral was attended by Gentlemen from all parts of the county. SdeM
WMT J1827920NPDDUNDAS MrsOn the 7th inst. in Rutland-st., Mrs. Dundas, relict of the Rev. Henry Dundas. SdeM
LGA1816913NPSDUNDOONThomas See Messrs CROKERNickR
LGA1820317NPSDUNDORY  Limerick Assizes - County Record Court -- DUNDORY v REDDAN — For recovery of £15 15s 9d for the purchase of wheat from the plaintiff, It appeared in the evidence that a ticket stating the weight and amount, had been delivered to the plaintiff, which he handed to the cashier for payment, and some short time having elapsed before he was called on, he had left the office—another person answered to the name, and received the money: there was a verdict in ful for the plaintiff, and 6d costs. A criminal information may be taken agaist the unknown swindler in this case.NickR
FJ1819625NPMDUNLAPJames BeersEsqOn the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount StreetNickR
FJ1819625NPMDUNLAP MajOn the 21st inst in St Peter's church, by the Rt Hon & Rt Rev the lord Bishop of Kildare, James Beeers DUNLAP Esq second son of the late Maj DUNLAP of Edenderry co Down, to Jane Cecilia daughter of William KELLY Esq of Upper Mount StreetNickR
LC1823809NPSDUNLAY MrsAt the Sessions under the Insurrection Act, held at Cork, on Wednesday, Catherine WELSH, a decent-looking female, was tried for administering an unlawful oath, and threatening Mrs. DUNLAY with destruction, if she did not discharge a pensioner, who lived in her house. John LONG was also tried for being absent from his dwelling the night the Dripsey Mills were attacked. They were both convicted, and sentenced to seven years transportation.NickR
WMT J1825818NPMDUNLEVIECharlesEsqOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. Doctor Sadlier, S.F.T.C.D., John Dunlevie, Esq., third son of Chas. Dunlevie, Esq., Collector of Dundalk, to Dorothea Jane, youngest daughter and co-heiress of the late T. Maunsell, of Plassey, in the Liberties of Limerick, and sister to Mr. Robert Hedges Maunsell of Plassey. SdeM
WMT J1825818NPMDUNLEVIEJohnEsqOn the 10th instant, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. Doctor Sadlier, S.F.T.C.D., John Dunlevie, Esq., third son of Chas. Dunlevie, Esq., Collector of Dundalk, to Dorothea Jane, youngest daughter and co-heiress of the late T. Maunsell, of Plassey, in the Liberties of Limerick, and sister to Mr. Robert Hedges Maunsell of Plassey. SdeM
LGA1820825NPDDUNLEVIEStephenRevOn Sunday last, on the Blackrock Road, Cork, the Rev Stephen DUNLEVIE, A. M. late rector of Kilmore in the Diocese of Cork, and Vicar of Ungare in the Diocese of LimerickNickR
FJ1857227NPSDUNLOPDurhamMrBelfast Newspaper EditorsNickR
FJ1801107NPMDunlow Rt Hon VisctFrancis DREW of Drewsborough Co Clare to Miss EYRE, Sister of Colonel EYRE, niece to the late Rt Hon Lord EYRE and first cousin to the Rt Hon Viscount Dunlow with a fortune above 20000£ including landed propertyNickR
FJ1825920NPMDUNMANTAnna MariaMlleOn the 14th inst in the parish church of Ballyaulter, Mr Joseph LEE of Castleward, to Mlle Anna Maria DUNMANT of the city of Geneva, SwitzerlandNickR
WMT J18231002NPDDUNNAnneMrsAt Rathfarnham, Mrs. Anne Dunn, late of Sackville-street.SdeM
WMT J1823227NPDDUNNElizabeth On the 27th ult., at the house of A. Moens, Esq., Park-street, Bristol, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Dunn, Esq., K.C.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPMDUNNJRevOn the 24th inst. at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. J. Dunn, Captain Meara, of the R.N., to Grace, daughter of the late W. Kean, Esq., of Clontarf.SdeM
WMT J1827531NPDDUNNJamesRevIn the 83d year of her age, at the Glen Druid, the residence of her son, the Rev. Jas. Dunn, Mary, wife of the late Wm. Dunn, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824311NPSDUNNJosiasMrsee Samuel DOPPINGSdeM
WMT J1828515NPMDUNNLaurenceRevOn Monday morning, the 12th instant, by the Rev. Laurence Dunn, Martin Crean, Esq. of Lower Abbey street, to Ellen, daughter of the late Edward Joseph Lewins (of Paris, and formerly of this city), Inspector General of the Colleges of France. SdeM
WMT J1827531NPDDUNNMary In the 83d year of her age, at the Glen Druid, the residence of her son, the Rev. Jas. Dunn, Mary, wife of the late Wm. Dunn, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1832124NPMDUNNMary On Saturday, at Charleville, by the Rev. Edmond LOMBARD, the Rev. William BENN, L. L. D. Vicar of Kilmoylan, to Mary, second daughter of The Rev. William DUNN, Rector of Charleville.NickR
WMT J1827531NPDDUNNWilliamEsqIn the 83d year of her age, at the Glen Druid, the residence of her son, the Rev. Jas. Dunn, Mary, wife of the late Wm. Dunn, Esq. SdeM
LEP-CS1832124NPMDUNNWilliamRevOn Saturday, at Charleville, by the Rev. Edmond LOMBARD, the Rev. William BENN, L. L. D. Vicar of Kilmoylan, to Mary, second daughter of The Rev. William DUNN, Rector of Charleville.NickR
WMT J1823227NPDDUNN Rev Dr KCOn the 27th ult., at the house of A. Moens, Esq., Park-street, Bristol, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Dunn, Esq., K.C.SdeM
LEP-CS1830226NPSDUNNEDavid Committed to the County Limerick gaol by James BENNETT, Esq., David DUNNE, for violently assaulting Patrick MOLONY; By Samuel MAXWELL, Esq., Bridget ORMSBY, for robbing the dwelling house of John DONOHUE, by William MASSY, Esq., Maurice FLYNN, for being of an armed party who attacked a dwelling house; administered unlawful oaths, and stole some beef.NickR
WMT J18241021NPMDUNNEMary AnneMissOn Saturday 16th instant, in Upper Dominick-street, by the Right Rev. Doctor Kernan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr. John Byrne, of Carrickmacross, to Miss Mary Anne Dunne, of this city.SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMDUNNEWilliamLtOn the 9th instant, Lieutenant William Dunne, of the 25th, The King's Own Borderers, to Emily, only daughter of the late John Willock, Esq. formerly of the 50th Regt. and of Killney Park, in the County Dublin.SdeM
FJ1801803NPMDUNNE Brig GenBrig Gen DUNNE to Miss WHITE sister to the Rt Hon Lord Viscount BANTRY and niece of Lord Viscount LONGUEVILLENickR
LC1826624NPSDUNNE RevThe Bishop of Cloyne has presented the Rev. Mr. DUNNE, for many years excellent Curate of Charleville, to the Recory of the Parish.NickR
FJ1810611NPMDUNSCOMBEMaryMissAt Castleconnell, James Fitzgerald MASSEY of Stoneville, Esq to Miss DUNSCOMBENickR
LGA1810603NPMDUNSCOMBE MissYesterday morning, by the Rev Mr CRAMPTON, at Castle Connell, James Fitzgerald MASSEY of Stoneville in this county to Miss DUNSCOMBE of this cityNickR
FJ1820229NPDDUNSTERVILLESeptimusRevOn the 22nd Inst, in Cork, aged 102, Mrs M'CARTHY, widow on Mr Michael M'CARTHY, formerly Revenue Officer in Cork. She was daughter of Silvester SHEPPARD Esq and granddaughter of the Rev Septimus DUNSTERVILLE of TimoleagueNickR
LC_LM1774314NPDDUNSWORTHMathiasMrCork, March 10. Died last Saturday in Mallow-lane, Mr. Mathais DUNSWORTH.NickR
LEP-CS18291020NPSDUNWORTHJohn 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
LC1824218NPSDURACKLawrenceEsqDispute over burial in St John's ChurchyardNickR
LC1824218NPDDURACKLawrenceEsqOn Saturday, at Tarbert, Lawrence DURACK, Esq. of this city.NickR
FJ1807521NPBDURRANTTSir BtAt Scottai, Norfolk, the lady of Sir T DURRANT Bt, of a son and heirNickR
WMT J1828131NPDDWYERCatherine On Wednesday last in Limerick, Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. James Dwyer. SdeM
LC1826614NPSDWYERDaniel On Monday the Mayor held an inquest on the body of Daniel DWYER, who died the day previous of a fractured skull occasioned by the blow of a stone. The verdict of willful murder was returned against James MOLONY, who is in custody, and who it appears was aided and assisted by several persons.NickR
LGA1820822NPSDWYEREdmond See John CROKERNickR
WMT J18291210NPDDWYERJEsqDec. 3, at Dawson-court, Booterstown, Margaret, third daughter of the late J. Dwyer, Esq. of Cabinteely. SdeM
WMT J1828131NPDDWYERJamesMrOn Wednesday last in Limerick, Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. James Dwyer. SdeM
WMT J1824219NPDDWYERJohnEsqOn the morning of the 18th instant, at his seat near Cabbinteely, in the 78th year of his age, John Dwyer, Esq.SdeM
LGA1820808NPSDWYERJohn 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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LEP-CS1831812NPSDWYERJohn John DWYER, a child of nine years old, was sentenced at Cork to be transported for seven years, for stealing a watch from Michael COLBERT, of FermoyNickR
LC1769313NPADWYERJohn (the younger)GentEdward O’BRYEN, Esq; Plaintiff.
John CREED, Esq; and others Defendants
The several Tenants of the lands of Knockuregare and other lands in the pleadings in this cause mentioned are desired immediately to pay off all rents and arrears of Rents due of them respectively to John DWYER, the younger of the City of Limerick, Gent. who is appointed to receive the same by Order of the High Court of the Chancery, otherwise they will be proceeded against immediately fpr the recovery of the same.
Dated, March 13, 1769
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FJ1854614NPMDWYERJosephEsqJune 12, in the Metropolitian Church, Marlborough-street, by the Rev Mr MORGAN, Thomas Alexander DWYER, Esq son of Joseph DWYER Esq of this city, to Annie, eldest daughter of Thomas CROKER, Esq, crown solicitor, Lower Dominick-street and Scholarstown House, co DublinNickR
WMT J18291210NPDDWYERMargaret Dec. 3, at Dawson-court, Booterstown, Margaret, third daughter of the late J. Dwyer, Esq. of Cabinteely. SdeM
LC1827314NPDDWYERMary On the Glanmire-road, Cork, Mary, daughter of the late Robert DWYER, of the Cove of Kinsale, Esq.NickR
WHM180311 NPSDWYERMichael Portrait of Michael DWYER Wicklow desperadoNickR
LGA1809110NPADWYERMichael Sheriff's Sale: Michael DWYER plaintiff; William LANGFORD defendant: Pursuant to his Majesty's writ of Venditioni Exponas, I will on Wednesday next the 4th January, Set up and sell by public cant at St Francis Abbey the defendant's interest in the lands of Clonlara seized by me under the daid writ Dated this 28th day of December, 1808
B PLUMMER, Sheriff
This sale is adjourned to Friday 13th inst.
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LC1827314NPDDWYERRobertEsqOn the Glanmire-road, Cork, Mary, daughter of the late Robert DWYER, of the Cove of Kinsale, Esq.NickR
FJ1854614NPMDWYERThomas AlexanderEsqJune 12, in the Metropolitian Church, Marlborough-street, by the Rev Mr MORGAN, Thomas Alexander DWYER, Esq son of Joseph DWYER Esq of this city, to Annie, eldest daughter of Thomas CROKER, Esq, crown solicitor, Lower Dominick-street and Scholarstown House, co DublinNickR
LGA18081216NPDDWYERWilliamMrA few days ago at Mary-field, in the county Clare after a tedious illness Mrs DWYER, wife of Mr Wm DWYERNickR
LGA1810227NPMDWYERWilliamMrOn Sunday last Mr William DWYER of this city woolen draper to Miss REDDAN eldest daughter of Richard REDDAN of Drewsboro' Co Clare EsqNickR
WMT J18241209NPMDWYERWilliam REsqOn the 27th ult. William R. Dwyer of Nenagh, Esq. to Jane Henrietta, third daughter of the late W. Allen, of Newport, Esq.SdeM
LC1823123NPSDWYER 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.
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WMT J1825505NPMDYERElizabeth At Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
WMT J1825505NPMDYERJ.Lt-Col SirAt Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
FJ1858731NPMDYERSwinnerton HalladayEsqJuly 29, at Fedamore, Swinnerton H DYER, eldest son of Sir Thomas DYER Bt of Brompton Hall, MDX, and Capt in the 8th King's regt, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of the late Rev Robert CROKER of Athlacca and niece of Thomas O'GRADY Esq the Grange LIMNickR
WMT J1825505NPMDYERThomasSir BartAt Cheltenham, Thomas Dillon Hearne, Esq., of Hearnesbrook, county Galway, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir J. Dyer, K.C.B., Royal Artillery, and cousin to Sir Thomas Dyer, Bart. of Ovington-House, Hants. SdeM
FJ1858731NPMDYERThomasSir BtJuly 29, at Fedamore, Swinnerton H DYER, eldest son of Sir Thomas DYER Bt of Brompton Hall, MDX, and Capt in the 8th King's regt, to Helen Maria, eldest daughter of the late Rev Robert CROKER of Athlacca and niece of Thomas O'GRADY Esq the Grange LIMNickR
LGA182082NPSEAGANPatrick On Friday last, Bernard ROCHFORD and Patrick EAGAN, the former an attorney and the latter a half-pay Officer of a Dragoon Regiment, passed through here, on their way to Cork, to be transported to Botany Bay, being convicted at the Assizes of Galway, as leaders of a party of ribbonmen in that county. [Peter Mayberry's database has EGAN, Patrick; arrived on Prince Regent II (1) [1821] , convicted 1820 at Galway Co; for Life; born 1788 at Ballinasloe; Galway Co;Soldier army officer and ROCKFORD, Bernard; Prince Regent II (1); 1821; 1820; Galway Co; Life born 1761at Loughrea Galway Co; died 1839 at Sydney Irish Convicts]NickR
LC1824313MPMEAGARCatherine Mr. William SEALY, son of the late John SEALY, Esq; of Rockfield, couny Kerry, to Catherine, daughter of Thomas EAGAR, of Cottage, Esq;NickR
FJ1855717NPMEAGARJamesEsqJuly 14, in St Thomas's Church, Thomas EAGAR, Esq, eldest son of the late James EAGAR Esq of Milltown, co Kerry, to Lydia second daughter of the late John LANGLEY Esq and niece of Major Henry LANGLEYof Brittas Castle, in the co TipperaryNickR
WMT J1828612NPDEAGARJohnEsqAt Rathcommane, County Kerry, Miss Eagar, daughter of John Eagar, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMEAGARJohnEsq RNOn the 29th of June, at St. John's Newfoundland, by the Rev. William Bullock, John Eagar, Esq., R.N. commanding his Majesty's ship Clinker, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Capt. Bullock, R.N., of Pristlewell, near Southend, Essex.SdeM
LC1824313MPMEAGARThomasEsqMr. William SEALY, son of the late John SEALY, Esq; of Rockfield, couny Kerry, to catherine, daughter of Thomas EAGAR, of Cottage, Esq;NickR
FJ1855717NPMEAGARThomasEsqJuly 14, in St Thomas's Church, Thomas EAGAR, Esq, eldest son of the late James EAGAR Esq of Milltown, co Kerry, to Lydia second daughter of the late John LANGLEY Esq and niece of Major Henry LANGLEYof Brittas Castle, in the co TipperaryNickR
WMT J1828612NPDEAGAR MissAt Rathcommane, County Kerry, Miss Eagar, daughter of John Eagar, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829618NPMEAGLEEdwardEsqJune 9, by special license, in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. William Purdon, Edward Pilkington, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Letitia Amelia, relict of Edward Eagle, Esq. of Gloucester-street, and daughter of the late Robert Bolton, of Brazil, county of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1829618NPMEAGLELetitia Amelia (nee BOLTON)MrsJune 9, by special license, in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. William Purdon, Edward Pilkington, Esq., Surgeon to the Forces, to Letitia Amelia, relict of Edward Eagle, Esq. of Gloucester-street, and daughter of the late Robert Bolton, of Brazil, county of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828410NPMEAMESBenjamin WilsonRevThe Rev. Benjamin Wilson Eames, to Letitia, daughter to the late Simon Bunbury Issac [sic], Esq. of Hollywood, County Down. SdeM
WMT J1826928NPAEAMESJames COUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
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LC1827117NPMEARLPeterEsqPeter Earl Esq. of Jervis Street, Dublin to Miss RICHARDSON, of Portobello.NickR
WMT J1827111NPMEARLPeter On the 4th instant, in St. Anne's Church, Peter Earl, of Jervis street, to Miss Richardson of Portobello. SdeM
LGA1818127NPSEASONWilliam MaxwellEsqWilliam Maxwell EASON, Esq. has been appointed Law Agent to the Earl of Limerick, in the room of the late Pryce PEACOCKE, Esq. This appointment we are satisfied will give equal satisfaction to the Noble Earl and his numerous tenantryNickR
LGA18091019NPMEATONGeorgeMrYesterday se'nnight, by the Rev George HEACOCKE, at Adare, Mr Geo Mason CHAMBERLYN, to Miss EATON, daughter of Mr George EATON of AdareNickR
LGA18091019NPMEATON MissYesterday se'nnight, by the Rev George HEACOCKE, at Adare, Mr Geo Mason CHAMBERLYN, to Miss EATON, daughter of Mr George EATON of AdareNickR
LEP-CS1830330NPSEAVESJonathanPteCork Assizes ... At an advanced hour of the day, Jonathan EAVES, a private soldier of the 68th Regiment of Foot, was placed at the bar, charged with the murder of Pat. KELLY, a corporal in the same corps, at Drummond Island, in Upper Canada, on the 27th of August, in the year 1827.
  The prisoner having been convicted, the Court pronounced sentence of death, and named Monday (yesterday) for his execution.
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LEP-CS1830406NPSEAVESJonathan The soldier, Jonathan EAVES, who was convicted on Saturday, at Cork, for the murder of the Corporal of the same regiment in Upper Canada, has been respited to the 17th of April.NickR
WMT J18241021NPMEBBSCharlesEsqOn Sunday, 17th instant, Hugh M'Cormick, of Sackville-street, Esq., to Lucinda, only daughter of Charles Ebbs, of Rathmore, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMEBBSLucinda On Sunday, 17th instant, Hugh M'Cormick, of Sackville-street, Esq., to Lucinda, only daughter of Charles Ebbs, of Rathmore, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18261116NPMECCLESHugh Hugh Eccles to Harriet Annabella, third daughter of Sir Richard Bligh St. George, of Woodsgift, County of Kilkenny, Bart. SdeM
WMT J18261123NPMECCLES MajAt Moore Church, county Roscommon, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. James Anderson, Major Eccles, of the county Wicklow, to Harriet Annabella, third daughter of Sir Richard St. George, Bart. SdeM
LC1826809NPMECCLESTONEdwardEsqIn Clontarf Church, by the Rev. John BURNET, Edward ECCLESTON, Esq. of New York, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Robert CHRISTIE, Esq. of Bray.NickR
FJ1852505NPDECHLINAnne Phillis April 29, in Lower Mount-street, aged 92 years, Anne Phillis, relict of David Moore ECHLIN, EsqNickR
Pue'sO17431022NPSECHLINArthurRevHis grace the Lord Leiutenant ... also a grant to the Revd Arthur ECHLIN, Clerk, the rectory and vicarage of Little Island, all in the co of Cork ...NickR
LGA1815725NPDECHLINCatherineMrsAt Merion, Mrs Catherine ECHLIN wife of John ECHLIN Esq and niece of the late Guy Moore COOTE Esq and Sir Henry CAVENDISHNickR
FJ1848916NPMECHLINCatherine Helena On the 14th inst, at Navan, F SALMON, officer of excise, to Catherine Helena ECHLIN, second daughter of the late Guy Coote ECHLIN, Esq, deceased of the same placeNickR
Pue'sO1754402NPDECHLINCharlesEsqLast week died Charles ECHLIN Eq Representative for Parliament for the Borough of DungannonNickR
FJ1857320NPDECHLINCharles MooreRevMarch 17, at Clifden, Sydney, youngest daughter of the late Rev Charles Moore ECHLIN, vicar of Killareagh, in the diocese of Kilmore (Eng BDM 6a53)NickR
FJ1852505NPDECHLINDaniel MooreEsqApril 29, in Lower Mount-street, aged 92 years, Anne Phillis, relict of David Moore ECHLIN, EsqNickR
FJ1848916NPMECHLINGuy CooteEsqOn the 14th inst, at Navan, F SALMON, officer of excise, to Catherine Helena ECHLIN, second daughter of the late Guy Coote ECHLIN, Esq, deceased of the same placeNickR
WMT J18281127NPMECHLINHariet Amelia On the 12th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Hobson, in the parish Church of St. Peter's, Dublin, Thos. Codd, Esq., jun., Painstown, county Meath, to Hariet Amelia, eldest daughter of John Echlin, Esq., Cottage Terrace, Dublin. SdeM
Pue'sO1742817NPDECHLINHenryEsqYesterday died Henry ECHLIN Esq one of the aldermen of DroughedaNickR
LGA18101218NPDECHLINHenryEsqIn Claredon-street, Dublin, Mrs ECHLIN widow of Henry ECHLIN, of Clanough, county Kildare EsqNickR
Pue'sO1746621NPDECHLINHenryRevThursday last died the Revd Henry ECHLIN Vicar of St Catherines Parish, which living is the gift of the Rt Hon the Earl of MeathNickR
Pue'sO1746624NPDECHLINHenryRevWe hear that the Revd Henry ECHLIN, vicar of St Catherines is not dead as mentioned in our lastNickR
Pue'sO1739301NPMECHLINJamesEsqLast night, James ECHLIN of Echlin's ville in the co Down Esq was married to Miss Molly SAMPSON ...NickR
LGA1815725NPDECHLINJohnEsqAt Merion, Mrs Catherine ECHLIN wife of John ECHLIN Esq and niece of the late Guy Moore COOTE Esq and Sir Henry CAVENDISHNickR
WMT J18281127NPMECHLINJohnEsqOn the 12th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Hobson, in the parish Church of St. Peter's, Dublin, Thos. Codd, Esq., jun., Painstown, county Meath, to Hariet Amelia, eldest daughter of John Echlin, Esq., Cottage Terrace, Dublin. SdeM
Pue'sO17411114NPAECHLINJohnRevJohn ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff
Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...
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DEP1810728NPMECHLINMooreMrMr. Moore ECHLIN, of Bangor, to Miss FINLAY, of BallawNickR
LC1810801NPMECHLINMooreMrMr. Moore ECHLIN, of Bangor, to Miss FINLAY, of BallawNickR
FJ1857320NPDECHLINSydney March 17, at Clifden, Sydney, youngest daughter of the late Rev Charles Moore ECHLIN, vicar of Killareagh, in the diocese of Kilmore (Eng BDM 6a53)NickR
Pue'sO1751518NPMECHLIN MajSame night [Sunday last] Mr William DEACON merchant in Strand-street, was married to Miss ECHLIN daughter of Maj ECHLINNickR
Pue'sO1751518NPMECHLIN MissSame night [Sunday last] Mr William DEACON merchant in Strand-street, was married to Miss ECHLIN daughter of Maj ECHLINNickR
LGA18101218NPDECHLIN MrsIn Claredon-street, Dublin, Mrs ECHLIN widow of Henry ECHLIN, of Clanough, county Kildare EsqNickR
Pue'sO17521107NPDECHLIN Rev MrSame day [Saturday last] died in a very advanced age the Revd Mr ECHLIN, Vicar of St Catherine's Church in which he is succeeded by the Revd Dr John ELLIS Vicar of St James and chaplain to the Royal HospitalNickR
LGA1818807NPSEDDINGTONMichaelMrThe Right Honorable the Lord Chief Baron and the other Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer, have been pleased to appoint Mr. Michael EDDINGTON, of Charleville, county of Cork, a Commissioner of said Court, for the taking of affidavitts.—Mr. EDDINGTON, is also a Commissioner in the King's Bench and Common Pleas, and Master Extraordinary of the Court of Chancery.NickR
LEP-CS1835109NPMEDGAREdwardEsqEdward EDGAR, Esq; St Louis, Missouri, (U.S.A.), formerly of Londonderry, to Miss Letitia M'MAHON, of Carrickfergus.NickR
WMT J1829108NPMEDGEWORTHFrances Maria On the 1st inst. at Edgeworthstown, Lestock Peach Wilson, Esq. of London, to Frances Maria, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828911NPMEDGEWORTHGeorgina On September 2d, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, Wm. Browne Kitchener, Esq. to Georgina, only daughter of Major Edgeworth, of Wilton-place, Belgrave-square, London. SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMEDGEWORTHRichard LovellEsqAt Edgeworthstown, Captain Fox, of the 98th Regiment, to Sophia, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1829108NPMEDGEWORTHRichard LovellEsqOn the 1st inst. at Edgeworthstown, Lestock Peach Wilson, Esq. of London, to Frances Maria, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824415NPMEDGEWORTHSophia At Edgeworthstown, Captain Fox, of the 98th Regiment, to Sophia, daughter of the late Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824422NPSEDGEWORTHWilliamEsqWilliam Edgeworth, Esq., is employed by the Dublin Society, to complete the Statistical Survey of the County of Longford.SdeM
WMT J1829414NPDEDGEWORTHWilliamEsqOn the 7th instant, at Edgworthstown House, aged 37 years, Wm. Edgeworth, Esq., Civil Engineer. SdeM
WMT J1827823NPDEDGEWORTHWilliamSir BartAt Hull, at an advanced age, Sir William Edgeworth, Bart. of Edgeworthstown, county Longford. SdeM
WMT J1823619NPSEDGEWORTH Brevet MajSee Capt Andew WILDERSdeM
WMT J18271129NPSEDGEWORTH MajPAVING BOARD. Major Edgeworth RETIRES from the Paving Board. Alderman Smyth is to be the Chief, Mr. Hickman Kearney the third, Commissioner. This arrangement, which gives general satisfaction, was exclusively anticipated by the "Patriot" some months since. Major Edgeworth is to be Governor of the House of Industry - the office from which Colonel Morris, the present Second Commissioner of Paving was advanced. We have no doubt that Major Edgeworth will give every satisfaction in the situation to which he is now appointed.-"The Patriot". SdeM
WMT J1828911NPMEDGEWORTH MajOn September 2d, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, Wm. Browne Kitchener, Esq. to Georgina, only daughter of Major Edgeworth, of Wilton-place, Belgrave-square, London. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPDEDGWORTHAnnaMrsAt her house in Bryanston-st., London, Mrs. Anna Edgworth, daughter of the late John Edgworth, Esq., County of Longford. SdeM
WMT J1828417NPDEDGWORTHJohnEsqAt her house in Bryanston-st., London, Mrs. Anna Edgworth, daughter of the late John Edgworth, Esq., County of Longford. SdeM
WMT J18271115NPSEDGWORTHThomas NewcomenEsqCOURT OF KING'S BENCH. ... THIS DAY. The King at the prosecution of Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P. a. Thomas N. Edgworth and J. Montgomery, Esqrs. This morning the Solicitor General moved for a conditional order for a criminal information to be filed at the suit of Mr. Henry Grattan, Member of Parliament for the city of Dublin, against Thomas Newcomen Edgworth and James Montgomery, Esqrs., for provoking him to fight a duel, and for having written and caused to be published in the public prints, a Letter, in which the said Edgworth stigmatized Mr. Henry Grattan as a "libeller and coward". The Solicitor General was proceeding to read the Charging Affidavit, which set forth that Major Edgworth complained of having been libelled in Mr. Grattan's paper, "The Freeman's Journal"; and that the deponent knew of no offence he had given, except a paragraph contained in said paper could be so construed. ... Mr. Crampton, K.C. and Mr. Wills were both heard at great length in support of the application, which the Court was UNANIMOUS IN REFUSING. SdeM
WMT J1825203NPMEDMONDSAnneMissOn the 22d inst. in St. Peter's Church, James Leslie, of Cloughin, County of Wexford, to Miss Anne Edmonds, of Charlemont-street. SdeM
FJ18171107NPMEDWARDSAnthonyMissOn the 30th ult, in Cork, Anthony EDWARDS of Hop Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
LGA18171107NPMEDWARDSAnthonyMissIn Cork by Rev Archdeacon THOMPSON, Anthony EDWARDS of Hopp Island Esq to Miss Mary COLE of that cityNickR
LC1837208NPDEDWARDSElizabeth Coote (nee BINDON)MrsOn Friday night at Caher in co Tipperary, Mrs Elizabeth Coote EDWARDS relict of the late Thomas EDWARDS Esq and daughter of Town Major BINDON formerly of this city ...NickR
LC1825226NPSEDWARDSGeorge At the Cork Sessions on Thursday, One Farthing Damages were awarded to John GESS, a drunken waiter, who was assaulted by Mr. George EDWARDS, at the last Harmonic Club.NickR
WMT J1827712NPDEDWARDSIsabellaMrsOn Saturday last, in Marlborough-street, Dublin, at the house of her son in law, John Semple, Esq., Mrs. Isabella Edwards, aged 81 years, relict of James Edwards, formerly of the Exchequer office. SdeM
WMT J18241125NPDEDWARDSJamesEsqIn Molesworth-street, on Saturday, Nov. 13th, James Edwards, Esq., of Friar's Hill, County of Wicklow.SdeM
WMT J1827712NPDEDWARDSJames On Saturday last, in Marlborough-street, Dublin, at the house of her son in law, John Semple, Esq., Mrs. Isabella Edwards, aged 81 years, relict of James Edwards, formerly of the Exchequer office. SdeM
FJ18601221NPMEDWARDSJohn December 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR
FJ18601221NPMEDWARDSLizzie December 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR
LC1837208NPDEDWARDSThomasEsqOn Friday night at Caher in co Tipperary, Mrs Elizabeth Coote EDWARDS relict of the late Thomas EDWARDS Esq and daughter of Town Major BINDON formerly of this city ...NickR
WMT J1824708NPMEDWARDSWm.Esq LtOn the 15th ult. at Clifton, Wm. Edwards, Esq., Lieut. in the Westmeath Militia, to the amiable Miss Catherine Riley, daughter to - Riley, Esq., Staffordshire. After the marriage, the happy pair set off to Bridge-cottage, Chepstow, Monmouthshire.SdeM
WMT J18261109NPMEGANCatherine Raymond Charles De Burgh, to Catherine, daughter of Myles Egan, Esq. of Tuam, M.D. and late Surgeon of the 103d Regiment. SdeM
LC1783210NPSEGANJohn Likely suspectsNickR
LGA1805606NPMEGANMaryMissTuesday, John BOYSE, Esq Attorney at law, to the beautiful and accomplished Miss Mary EGAN, of Thormond GateNickR
WMT J18261109NPMEGANMylesM DRaymond Charles De Burgh, to Catherine, daughter of Myles Egan, Esq. of Tuam, M.D. and late Surgeon of the 103d Regiment. SdeM
LC1826923NPDEGANSarahMrsMrs. Sarah EGAN, wife of Mr. EGAN, of Dawson Street, harp-maker to his Majesty.NickR
FJ1855216NPSEGANSusan Death 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 J1827222NPMEGAN Rev MrAt St. Finn Barr's, by the Rev. Mr. Egan, Mr. John Hawkes, of Melane, to Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. [ ] Duggan, of Belgooley. SdeM
Pue'sO1734312NPSEGARHenryEsqWe hear a commission is issued by his Grace the Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland constituting Henry EGAR Esq of Gowran one of the deputy govenors of the co of Kilkenny in the room of his late father James EGAR Esq deceasedNickR
Pue'sO1734312NPSEGARJamesEsqWe hear a commission is issued by his Grace the Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland constituting Henry EGAR Esq of Gowran one of the deputy govenors of the co of Kilkenny in the room of his late father James EGAR Esq deceasedNickR
WMT J18271220NPMEGARMary Anne At Enniskillen Church, on Friday, Captain Keith, 62d Regiment, to Mary Anne Egar, second daughter of Quarter Master Egar, of said regiment. SdeM
WMT J18271220NPMEGAR Quarter MasterAt Enniskillen Church, on Friday, Captain Keith, 62d Regiment, to Mary Anne Egar, second daughter of Quarter Master Egar, of said regiment. SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMEGGERSArnoldEsqIn Limerick, Michael Sellers, of Trishane, Co. Galway, Esq. to Lucinda, second daughter of the late Arnold Eggers, Esq. of that city.SdeM
WMT J18231106NPMEGGERS LucindaIn Limerick, Michael Sellers, of Trishane, Co. Galway, Esq. to Lucinda, second daughter of the late Arnold Eggers, Esq. of that city.SdeM
WMT J18271108NPDEIVERS MrsAt Balinacarig, Mrs. Eivers. SdeM
WMT J1823807NPDELDERCharlesCapt RNAt his house, Cassil's-place, Leith Walk, Edinburgh, Captain Charles Elder, R.N.SdeM
FJ1815714NPMELGEEWilliamLtOn Wednesday last, at Wexford, Lt Wm ELGEE of the Royal Artillery, to Angela, third daughter of the late Richard WADDY Esq of Merrion SquareNickR
WMT J18231113NPDELGEE ArchdeaconOn Tuesday last, in Wexford, the Venerable Archdeacon Elgee.SdeM
LGA18141202NPDELLARDFrances (nee BENNETT)MrsOn Thursday morning, at Kilfinnan Glebe, after a lingering illness, which she bore with pious resignation of a christian, Mrs. ELLARD, wife of the Rev James ELLARD, and sister to George Wheeler BENNETT, Esq, of Bosnetstown, in this countyNickR
LC1783718NPSELLARDJamesBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.NickR
LC1793302NPMELLARDJamesEsqLast Saturday, at Newtown, Co. Limerick, Pryce PEACOCK, Esq; to the amiable and accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter of James ELLARD, Wsq; with a large fortune.NickR
CG HA1793306NPMELLARDJamesEsqLimerick, Feb. 27. At Newtown in this county, Pryce PEACOCKE, Esq; to the accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter to James ELLARD, Esq; with a large fortune.NickR
LGA1816913NPSELLARDJamesEsqCommitted— To the County Jail, (Limerick) by James ELLARD Esq Patrick DRUSCAL, charged with having a number of forged notes in his possession.NickR
LGA1818901NPSELLARDJamesEsqCommittals
...
  By James ELLARD, Esq. to the County Jail, Pat RIORDAN for stealing fruit.
  By Sam. BENNETT, Esq. John QUIN, for committing rape of Agnes DAY
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LGA1820523NPSELLARDJamesEsqCommittals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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LC17931002NPSELLARDJamesRevLast Saturday was apprehended by the Rev. John BENNETT, of Bruff, and by him commited to the Co. Goal, on Sunday last, John CRONEEN, Butcher, charged with forcibly entering on the 15th of last July, the house of the Rev. Mr. BUCKLEY, of said town, and feloniouslu taking threrout a gun, and for having on said day entered the house of the Rev. Mr. ELLARD at Kilmallock, and feloniously taking thereout a powder magazine, and other articles.NickR
LC18011125NPAELLARDJamesRevTo be sold
for ready money
Such part of the Timber at Mount-Coote, near Kilmallock, as shall be pointed out by the Rev. James ELLARD. Prposals in writing to be received by him, or by Mr. Pryce PEACOCK, Limerick.
Sept. 2, 1801.
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LGA18061226NPMELLARDJamesRevLately, by the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilmallock church the Rev James ELLARD, curate of Kilfinane, to Miss Frances BENNETT, daughter of Hugh BENNETT, of Bosnetstown, in this county, EsqNickR
LGA1809609NPMELLARDJamesRevTuesday, in Kilmallock, by the Rev Mr ELLARD, Mr William ASHTON, of this city chandler, to Miss KEARNY, daughter of Mr James KEARNY, of Fanningstown, in this county.NickR
LGA1810427NPDELLARDJamesRevOn Tuesday last, at Fairy-field, in this co. at an advanced age, Mrs ELLARD, the mother of the Rev James ELLARD and of Mrs H D'ESTERRE. ...NickR
LGA18101106NPMELLARDJamesRevA few days ago, by the Rev James ELLARD at Duntryleague church, George Wheeler BENNETT Esq of Bosnetstown, in this county, to Mrs BENNETT, relict of the late Capt BENNETT of the 95th RegimentNickR
LGA18101204NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted.
  By the Rev James ELLARD, to the county jail, Maurice FITZGIBBON, of Fantstown, charged with breaking in the door, and firing a shot into the house of Michal FRIDAY, and mortally wounding him.
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LC18101205NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted—To the Co. Jail, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Maurice FITZGIBBIN, of Fantstown, charged with breaking in the door, and firing a shot into the house of Michael FRIDAY, and mortally wounding the said FRIDAY.NickR
LGA1812904NPMELLARDJamesRevBy the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilfinnane church, on Saturday last, Hugh BRADY, of Temple Brady, county Limerick, Esq to Anne, eldest daughter of Stephen COLLINS, of Spring Lodge, in said county, EsqNickR
LGA1813323NPMELLARDJamesRevBy the Rev Mr ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, Maurice Creed PARKER, of Hermsbrook, Esq to Eliza, third daughter of the late James WALL, of Kilbaha, county Kerry, EsqNickR
LGA1813416NPSELLARDJamesRevThe Rev James ELLARD, of Fairyfield, in this county, has received from Richard OLIVER GASCOIGNE, Esq. One Hundred Pounds, for the use of the poor on the Castle Oliver estateNickR
LGA1814304NPSELLARDJamesRevAt a charity sermon, preached for the House of Industry, at Kilmallock church on Sunday the 20 of Feb by the Rev James ELLARD the following sums were received - amt of collection 19/6 Mr COOTE by the Rev Chas COOTE £2-5-6 Mr ELLARD £1-2-9 ...NickR
LGA18141118NPMELLARDJamesRevNov. 10—By the Rev James ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, the Rev Thomas KING, Rector of Kilbahane, county Cork, to Miss KEARNEY, of Noville, in this countyNickR
LGA18141122NPAELLARDJamesRevLand sale from chancery billNickR
LGA18141202NPDELLARDJamesRevOn Thursday morning, at Kilfinnan Glebe, after a lingering illness, which she bore with pious resignation of a christian, Mrs. ELLARD, wife of the Rev James ELLARD, and sister to George Wheeler BENNETT, Esq, of Bosnetstown, in this countyNickR
LGA1815127NPSELLARDJamesRev

Committed

This day by the Rev James ELLARD, Thomas FEEHENEY and James FITZGIBBON, charged with aiding and assisting in robbing a private of the 71st regt. of his flintlock at Kilmallock, on the 25th inst.
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LGA1816802NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted
... —By Henry BEVAN, Esq. David SHEA, charged with attempting to choak John RIGGS, of Bruff.— By the Rev James ELLARD, Daniel TOOMY, charged with passing forged notes.
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LGA1817225NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted
By the Rev James ELLARD, to the county jail, Morty KELLY, for cow stealing—By said Magistrate, Robert HOLMES and John KEARY, for attacking and robbing the house of Pat ROCHE, of Kilmallock.
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LGA1817606NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted
By the Rev. James ELLARD, John AHERN, charged with robbery.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. Robert HOLMES, Henry HOLMES, and James LEO, charged with assulting DRISCOLLs.
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LGA1818120NPMELLARDJamesRevAt Kilflyn, on the 11 instant, by the Rev James ELLARD, Dominick RONAYNE, Esq. of Harbourview, in the county Waterford, to Eliza Anne, daughter of the late Thomas COLLINS, Esq. of CharlevilleNickR
LGA1819202NPAELLARDJamesRevLimerick meeting called for motion of condolence for the QueenNickR
LGA1819205NPDELLARDJamesRevAt her brother's, the Rev James ELLARD's, Fairyfield, Mrs. LESLIE, wife of Major LESLIE, of Nutfield, county Fermanagh.NickR
LGA1819212NPSELLARDJamesRevCommitted
To the county Gaol
By the Rev James ELLARD,Thos TIMOTHY, John DESMOND, J. KEANE, and John HALPIN, for burglary and robbery
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LGA18191119NPSELLARDJamesRevLast night the Rev James ELLARD, of Kilfinan-Glebe, accompanied by Charles BENNETT, Esq. and a party of active inhabitants of that place, proceeded to search for several bad characters, against whom they had information---after a verl long walk and searching several houses, succeeded in taking up John KEOUGH, of the parish of Genure, a very noted fellow--he is lodged in Kilfinan jailNickR
LGA18191203NPSELLARDJamesRevCommittals
County Gaol---By the Rev. James ELLARD, William SEWARD, attacking the house of John FITZGERALD.
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LC1823222NPSELLARDJamesRevAt the Kilmallock Petty Sessions, before Eyre EVANS, Esq. and Rev. James ELLARD, Magistrates, Michael DALY was tried for having stolen timber in his possession— he was convicted and sentenced to one month's imprisonment.NickR
LC1824218NPMELLARDJamesRevOn Tuesday last, in the Church of Kilmallock, By the Rev. James ELLARD, Henry BAYLEY, Esq. of Mount Elin, County of Cork, to Jane eldest daughter of Henry B. M’CONNELL, Esq.NickR
LC1826812NPSELLARDJamesRevThe Rev. J. FURLONG acknowledges the receipt of five Pounds, from Chidley COOTE, Esq. of Mount-Coote; One Guinea from the Rev. J. ELLARD, Fairy-field; Three Pounds from Mr. G. CONNOR, Agent to the Fermoy Company; and Two Pounds from J. IEVERS, Esq. Of Glin-field, in aid of the improvement in the Chapel of Kilmallock.NickR
LEP-CS1830720NPSELLARDJamesRevDonations for famine relief in Kilmallock 1830NickR
LEP-CS1831215NPMELLARDJamesRevAt Kilfennan (sic) Church, County Limerick, by the Rev. Mr. ELLARD, Captain Richard STORY, 1st West India Regiment, to Eliza, second daughter of Standish OÆGrady BENNETT, Esq., of Tankerville, Co. CorkNickR
LEP-CS1833118NPMELLARDJamesRevOn Friday morning, in the Church of Kilfinan, by the Rev. James ELLARD, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WIGGINS, of that town, to Mr. John KYTE, of Cashel, county Tipperary.NickR
LGA1810821NPSELLARDJames jurRevBefore the Hon Justice MAYNE, and a special Jury in the county, a Verdict was pronounced on Wednesday last, for 1,917. for the Rev. James ELLARD, Jun of Kilmallock, in which the Right Hon. Earl of Landaff was Defendant, in consequence of a refusal to renew a lease of lands held under his Lordship by the Plaintiff, and for which there was a written document, binding to perform. The damages were laid at 6000l.NickR
LC1793302NPMELLARDJaneMissLast Saturday, at Newtown, Co. Limerick, Pryce PEACOCK, Esq; to the amiable and accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter of James ELLARD, Wsq; with a large fortune.NickR
CG HA1793306NPMELLARDJaneMissLimerick, Feb. 27. At Newtown in this county, Pryce PEACOCKE, Esq; to the accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter to James ELLARD, Esq; with a large fortune.NickR
LGA18141122NPAELLARDPhilip OliverEsqLand sale from chancery billNickR
LC17681006NPDELLARD MrLast Tuesday died at Annacorry Mr. ELLARDNickR
LC1823123NPSELLARD 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.
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LGA1810427NPDELLARD MrsOn Tuesday last, at Fairy-field, in this co. at an advanced age, Mrs ELLARD, the mother of the Rev James ELLARD and of Mrs H D'ESTERRE. ...NickR
WMT J18271018NPDELLARD MrsAt Swinford, at the house of her sister (Mrs. Ellard) of a decline, in the prime of life, and deservedly regretted by all who knew her, Mrs. Frances Brabazon, daughter of Edward Brabazon, Esq. of Renmore, near Galway, and cousin german of Sir Wm. Brabazon, Bart. SdeM
FJ1836217NPMELLIOTDavidEsqOn the 15th inst, at St Peter's Chutrch, John Croker CREIGHTON, Esq, eldest son of G W CREIGHTON, Esq barrister-at-law, to Margaret Jane, second daughter of David ELLIOT Esq Deputy Commissionary General of IrelandNickR
FJ1836217NPMELLIOTMargaret Jane On the 15th inst, at St Peter's Chutrch, John Croker CREIGHTON, Esq, eldest son of G W CREIGHTON, Esq barrister-at-law, to Margaret Jane, second daughter of David ELLIOT Esq Deputy Commissionary General of IrelandNickR
FJ1828701NPMELLIOTRichard Charles In this city, Capt Richard Charles ELLIOT, half pay, to Catherine Susan, eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTON, RNNickR
LC1826114NPMELLIOTTAlexanderEsqOn Tuesday, at Ashkeaton Church, by the Rev. Richard MURRAY, Alexander ELLIOTT, Esq. son of the late Thomas ELLIOTT, Esq. of the county Kerry, to Meliora, second daughter of John S. BROWNE, of Shannonview and Mount Brown, in this County, Esq.NickR
FJ1849606NPDELLIOTTAlexanderEsqMay 29, at Swansea, ... Lucy Hurley, the beloved wife of Charles Newburgh TISDALL Esq and daughter of the late Alexander ELLIOTT Esq of Killocrim and Tralee, co KerryNickR
FJ1860626NPMELLIOTTAlexanderEsqLong noticeNickR
WMT J1824212NPDELLIOTTElizabeth On the 3d instant, at Staplestown Church, near Carlow, Alexander Walker, Esq. of Clare Island, County Westmeath, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Thomas Elliott, of Racroge, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMELLIOTTEmma In London, Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Hislop, Bart., G.C.B. to Emma, daughter of the Right Hon. Hugh Elliott; and at the same time, Captain Elliott, eldest son of the Right Honourable Hugh Elliott, to Margaret Seymour, only daughter of James Masterton, Esq., of Braw Castle, Perthshire.SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMELLIOTTFrancis AugustusMrIn St. Peter's Church Drogheda, by the Rev. Thomas Blacker Owens, Mr. Francis Augustus Elliott, of that town, to Miss Quinn, of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMELLIOTTHughRt HonIn London, Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Hislop, Bart., G.C.B. to Emma, daughter of the Right Hon. Hugh Elliott; and at the same time, Captain Elliott, eldest son of the Right Honourable Hugh Elliott, to Margaret Seymour, only daughter of James Masterton, Esq., of Braw Castle, Perthshire.SdeM
Pue'sO1755513NPSELLIOTTJohnEsqSame day [Sat last] Daniel DONOVAN and Bartholemew GERAGHTY for burglarously entering the haouse of John ELLIOTT, and taking goods to the value of 4 shillings, were committed by to Kilmainham Goal William CHAMBERLAIN Esq one of the JPs for the co DublinNickR
WMT J18241202NPMELLIOTTJohnEsqAt Portarlington Church, on Friday last, John Gee, of Grangemount, County of Wexford, Esq., to Miss Elliott, daughter of John Elliott, of Portarlington, Queen's County.SdeM
LS18401221NPMELLIOTTMary Anna At Monkstown church, Robert Calder CHRISTIAN Esq son of the late Capt CHRISTIAN RN to Mary Anna youngest daughter of the Deputy Commissionary General ELLIOTTNickR
LEP-CS1828701NPMELLIOTTR CCaptIn Dublin, Capt R C ELLIOTT half-pay to Susan Catherine eldest daughter of the late Capt Robert WARBURTONNickR
WMT J1824212NPDELLIOTTThomasEsqOn the 3d instant, at Staplestown Church, near Carlow, Alexander Walker, Esq. of Clare Island, County Westmeath, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Thomas Elliott, of Racroge, Esq.SdeM
LC1826114NPMELLIOTTThomasEsqOn Tuesday, at Ashkeaton Church, by the Rev. Richard MURRAY, Alexander ELLIOTT, Esq. son of the late Thomas ELLIOTT, Esq. of the county Kerry, to Meliora, second daughter of John S. BROWNE, of Shannonview and Mount Brown, in this County, Esq.NickR
WMT J18231113NPMELLIOTT CaptIn London, Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Hislop, Bart., G.C.B. to Emma, daughter of the Right Hon. Hugh Elliott; and at the same time, Captain Elliott, eldest son of the Right Honourable Hugh Elliott, to Margaret Seymour, only daughter of James Masterton, Esq., of Braw Castle, Perthshire.SdeM
LS18401221NPMELLIOTT Dep Commy GenAt Monkstown church, Robert Calder CHRISTIAN Esq son of the late Capt CHRISTIAN RN to Mary Anna youngest daughter of the Deputy Commissionary General ELLIOTTNickR
WMT J18241202NPMELLIOTT MissAt Portarlington Church, on Friday last, John Gee, of Grangemount, County of Wexford, Esq., to Miss Elliott, daughter of John Elliott, of Portarlington, Queen's County.SdeM
FJ1777102-04NPMELLIS[Catherine]MissA few days ago the Rev Mr JAMESON one of the curates of St Mary's parish to Miss ELLIS daughter of Mr Joseph ELLIS of Stafford Street, cabinet makerNickR
FJ17671208-12NPDELLISEdwardMrA few days ago, in the 19th year of his age greatly regretted Mr Edward ELLIS, son of Mr Joseph ELLISNickR
WMT J1828626NPDELLISEdward In Upper Baggot-street, on the 4th inst. aged seven years, Edward, only child of Lieutenant Ellis, of the Royal Welch Fusileers. SdeM
WMT J1825210NPDELLISJamesMrAt Booterstown, Mr. James Ellis, formerly of Westmoreland-street. SdeM
Pue'sO17521107NPDELLISJohnRev DrSame day [Saturday last] died in a very advanced age the Revd Mr ECHLIN, Vicar of St Catherine's Church in which he is succeeded by the Revd Dr John ELLIS Vicar of St James and chaplain to the Royal HospitalNickR
FJ17671208-12NPDELLISJosephMrA few days ago, in the 19th year of his age greatly regretted Mr Edward ELLIS, son of Mr Joseph ELLISNickR
FJ1860626NPMELLISREsqLong noticeNickR
FJ1855125NPMELLISSamuelMrJanuary 16, in the parish church Ardarhan, co Galway, by the Rev Adolphus DROUGHT, Sarah eldest daughter of Mr Samuel ELLIS, of Garryland, Gort to Michael TAYLOR Esq, ArdrahanNickR
FJ1855125NPMELLISSarah January 16, in the parish church Ardarhan, co Galway, by the Rev Adolphus DROUGHT, Sarah eldest daughter of Mr Samuel ELLIS, of Garryland, Gort to Michael TAYLOR Esq, ArdrahanNickR
WMT J1828619NPDELLISThomasEsq Master in ChanceryAt Abbotstown, on Saturday night, aged 19, Thos. F. Ellis, son of Thomas Ellis, Esq., Master in Chancery. SdeM
LC1824703NPAELLISThomas County of Limerick
ROSE v. NORCOTT
In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.
Thomas ELLIS
NickR
LC1827707NPAELLISThomas EFFIN.
Rose a. Norcott.
PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.
Thomas ELLIS.
Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.
NickR
WMT J1828619NPDELLISThomas F At Abbotstown, on Saturday night, aged 19, Thos. F. Ellis, son of Thomas Ellis, Esq., Master in Chancery. SdeM
WMT J1828626NPDELLIS LtIn Upper Baggot-street, on the 4th inst. aged seven years, Edward, only child of Lieutenant Ellis, of the Royal Welch Fusileers. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDELLISONAlicia At Finnoe Glebe, Borrisokane, Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Bingham Ellison of Headford, County Galway, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDELLISONBinghamEsqAt Finnoe Glebe, Borrisokane, Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Bingham Ellison of Headford, County Galway, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824212NPDELLISONCEsqOn the 20th ultimo, Wm. Henry Lambson[sic], Esq., brother of J.G. Lambton, Esq., M.P. for the County of Durham, to Henrietta, second daughter of C. Ellison, Esq., M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne.SdeM
WMT J18281113NPMELLISONGEsqGeorge Sheridan, of Castlebar, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of the late G. Ellison, of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1824212NPDELLISONHenrietta On the 20th ultimo, Wm. Henry Lambson[sic], Esq., brother of J.G. Lambton, Esq., M.P. for the County of Durham, to Henrietta, second daughter of C. Ellison, Esq., M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne.SdeM
WMT J18281113NPMELLISONMary George Sheridan, of Castlebar, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of the late G. Ellison, of Dublin, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMELLISONNoel ThomasRevIn London, the Rev. Noel Thomas Ellison, Rector of Huntspill, Somerset, to Maria Jane, eldest daughter of Sir John Trevelyan, Bart. of Nettlecombe Court, Somerset. SdeM
FJ18151102NPMELMOREHelen Maria On Saturday, at Grottroe (recte Gurtroe) church, co Cork, John DREW Esq of Youghal to Helen Maria daughter of John ELMORE Esq of HollyhillNickR
FJ18151102NPMELMOREJohnEsqOn Saturday, at Grottroe (recte Gurtroe) church, co Cork, John DREW Esq of Youghal to Helen Maria daughter of John ELMORE Esq of HollyhillNickR

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Henry ANDERSON  William BAGWELL  Part 02
William BAGWELL  Thomas BARTON  Part 03
Samuel Potts BARWICK  Christian BENNETT  Part 04
Dora BENNETT  William BETHAM  Part 05
William BETHAM  Thomas BLENNERHASSETT  Part 06
BLIGH  Henry Cole BOWEN  Part 07
Henry Cole BOWEN  St John BRIDGEMAN  Part 08
Thomas BRIDGEMAN  James BULLOCK  Part 09
William BULLOCK  R C [Rober Gifford?] CAMPION  Part 10
Richard Giffard CAMPION  Rowan P CASHEL  Part 11
Rowan P CASHEL  Abel CHAPMAN  Part 12
Alfred CHAPMAN  John CLEARY  Part 13
Patrick CLEARY  Teresa COMERFORD  Part 14
John (Jun) COMINS  Charles Henry COOTE  Part 15
Charles Henry COOTE  Robert Carr COOTE  Part 16
Robert Gethin COOTE  Michael CREAGH  Part 17
Pierce jun. CREAGH  Edward CROKER  Part 18
Edward CROKER  John CROKER  Part 19
John CROKER  Richard CROKER  Part 20
Richard CROKER  Clutterbuck CRONE  Part 21
Martha CRONE  Sarah DAUNT  Part 22
William DAUNT  Miranda DEVEREUX  Part 23
william DEVEREUX  John DOWNES  Part 24
John DOWNES  John DREW  Part 25
John DREW  David DUNDAS  Part 26
David DUNDAS  John ELMORE  Part 27
ELMORE  Daniel FELAN  Part 28
Catherine FELL  Geraldine FITZHERBERT  Part 29
Robert F FITZHERBERT   FOSTER  Part 30
FOSTER  John GARDE  Part 31
John GARDE  James GODING  Part 32
GODKIN  Bellingham GRAHAM  Part 33
Bellingham GRAHAM  John GREENE  Part 34
John GREENE  Archibald Robert HAMILTON  Part 35
Arthur Cole HAMILTON  Ann HARTE  Part 36
Ann HARTE   HENDRICK  Part 37
Mary Anne HENDRON  Francis HODDER  Part 38
Francis HODDER  Julia Northey HOPKINS  Part 39
Richard HOPKINS   HUNT  Part 40
HUNT  Caroline JEFFREYS  Part 41
John JEFFREYS  Michael KAVANAGH  Part 42
Lister KAYE  William KERR  Part 43
KEVANE  Joan LANGAN  Part 44
Deborah LANGFORD  George LEAKE  Part 45
George Richard LEAKE  Richard LEE  Part 46
Richard LEE  [nee ELLARD] LESLIE  Part 47
E P LESLIE  Anne C (nee INGRAM) LOPDELL  Part 48
Charles LOPDELL   MACNEMARA  Part 49
William MACONCHY  Michael MARNANE  Part 50
MARNANE  Stedhon MATHEWS  Part 51
Susan MATHEWS  Andrew MCALLESTER  Part 52
Arthur M'CALLY  Thomas M'GUIRE  Part 53
John MICHELL  Anne MONCK  Part 54
Georgina Ellen MONCK  Polly MORRES  Part 55
William MORRES   NEEDHAM  Part 56
NEEHAN  Roger O'CALLAGHAN  Part 57
O'CALLAGHAN  Ann OLIVER  Part 58
Anne OLIVER  Ada OUSELEY  Part 59
Faith Anne OUSELEY  James PEACOCKE  Part 60
John PEACOCKE  P PERSSE  Part 61
P PERSSE  Ellen POE  Part 62
Ellen POE  Mary QUIN  Part 63
Patrick QUIN  Abigail REILLY  Part 64
Henry Steevens REILLY  David ROCHE  Part 65
David ROCHE  James Guthrie RUSSELL  Part 66
James Guthrie RUSSELL  William SADLEIR  Part 67
SADLEIR  Robert SHAW  Part 68
Robert SHAW  Thomas SLEMMON  Part 69
James Woulfe SLIP   ST CLARE  Part 70
Anne ST GEORGE  I H STUBBS  Part 71
J H STUBBS  Sealy Stone SWAN  Part 72
T G S SWAN  Anne TAYLOR  Part 73
Anne TAYLOR  James THOMPSON  Part 74
James THOMPSON  Pheobe TUCKEY  Part 75
Stearne TUCKEY   VERECKER  Part 76
VERECKER  Samuel Abraham WALKER  Part 77
Samuel Abraham WALKER  John WEEKES  Part 78
John jun WEEKES   WHITE  Part 79
WHITE  Georgina Hungerford WILSON  Part 80
Gustavus WILSON  Elizabeth WOLFE  Part 81
Elizabeth Lydia WOLFE    Part 82
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