King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts — part 27

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
LC1825205NPMHARDINGThomasEsq MDThis morning at George's Church, Thomas HARDING, Esq. M. D. Of this city, to Mrs. HARDING, relict of the late Samuel HARDING, Esq. of Hardings, in this county.Grove
LC1824807NPMHARDINGThomasRevIn London, The Rev. Thomas HARDING, eldest son of Henry HARDING, Esq, of Dunnville, County DUBLIN, to Eliza Mary, widow of Walter Ross MUNRO, Esq, M. D. Formerly President of the Madras Medical Board at Bombay
FJ1790521NPMHARDINGThomas At Cork Thomas HARDING Esq High Sheriff of that city to Miss COLE of said place
LS1838724NPMHARDINGWEsqThis morning at the temporary church in Bedford Row, by the Rev William N WILLIS, Edward BENNETT Esq of Ballintubber, in this co, to Jane daughter of the late W HARDING of Hardingsgrove Esq
LGA1820222NPMHARDINGWilliamEsqJames MOLONY, Esq. of Kiltannon, in the co Clare, to Harriett, third daughter of William HARDING, Esq. of Baraset, in the co Wicklow
LGA18191012NPSHARDINGWilliamRevOn Sunday last, the Lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination in the Cathedral the following gentlemen received Orders viz:--- William WILLIS, Priest; Pryce PEACOCK, T F MARTIN, Wm BOYLE, Wm HARDING, Michael Webb KEILY, Deacons.
LGA1819720NPSHARDING AldArrest of Robert HOLMES for the murder and robbery of James BOURKE
LC18231015NPSHARDING DrRobert MARTIN, Esq. M. D. has been appointed Physician to the Convict Depot in Cork, in the room of Dr. HARDING.
LGA1808812NPMHARDING MissLast Week at St Mary's church in Beverley Yorkshire England George Purdon DREW Esq Maj of the 45th Regiment to Miss HARDING daughter of Henry HARDING of Hardingsgrove and Brigade Major of the Limerick Yeomanry
LGA1811719NPMHARDING MissIn Doneraile, Mr John AHERN, of Mallow grocer, to Miss HARDING
LC1825205NPMHARDING MrsThis morning at George's Church, Thomas HARDING, Esq. M. D. Of this city, to Mrs. HARDING, relict of the late Samuel HARDING, Esq. of Hardings, in this county.Grove
FJ1831207NPMHARDINGEHenry SireeEsqFebruary 2, Henry Siree HARDINGE of Kilmacud Esq to Frances Jane daughter of Sir William BETHAM of Mount Pelier, co Dublin
FJ1835207NPMHARDMANGeorgeRevOn the 5th inst, at Kilternan church, co Monaghan, Capt Thomas STOPFORD of the 82nd Regt, fourth son of the Rev William STOPFORD, to Jane Eliza daughter of the late Rev George HARDMAN
FJ1835207NPMHARDMANJane Eliza On the 5th inst, at Kilternan church, co Monaghan, Capt Thomas STOPFORD of the 82nd Regt, fourth son of the Rev William STOPFORD, to Jane Eliza daughter of the late Rev George HARDMAN
LC1827314NPDHARDYJames At his father's house, in King-street, Cork, aged 16 years, James, third son of Simon HARDY, Esq.
LGA1809905NPSHARDYJohnBAAt an ordination held at Killmore, on Sunday, 27th August, the following gentlemen were priested—Rev Hass HERBERT, Rev John SWEENY, and Rev William STEWART; John CROKER, B.A. John HARDY, B.A. and William BEATTY, B.A. were admitted into ... deacons
LC1827314NPDHARDYSimonEsqAt his father's house, in King-street, Cork, aged 16 years, James, third son of Simon HARDY, Esq.
LGA1819720NPSHARDY MrArrest of Robert HOLMES for the murder and robbery of James BOURKE
LGA1812214NPDHARELord Ennisnore In London, Mrs BAGWELL lady of John BAGWELL of Marlfield county Tipperary Esq and sister to Lord Ennismore
LC17821212NPMHAREMargaret Esq, MajLast Thursday was married at Cork, Edward CROKER, Esq; Major of the County Limerick Horse, to the amiable Miss HARE, daughter of Richard HARE, Esq; of that city
LGA1817103NPDHAREMary In London Saturday week John BAGWELL Esq late of Marlfield He had been for many years MP for Co Tip & Col in Tip Co Minitia. He married early in life Mary d of Mr HARE of Cork & sis of Lord Ennismore ... Rt Hon Wm BAGWELL Joint Muster Master Gen succeeds
LC_LM1774303NPMHARERichardEsqDublin: John BAGWELL, of Bellgrove, Esq; to Miss HARE, daughter of Richard HARE, Esq.
LGA1810821NPDHARERt Hon Lord Ennismore On Saturday last, Mrs [Margaret Anne] CROKER wife to Edward CROKER of Ballynagauard in this county Esq and sister to Rt Hon Lord Ennismore (HARE)
FJ1810825NPDHARE Lord EnnismoreAt his seat Ballyneguard, county Limerick, Mrs CROKER, wife of Edward CROKER Esq and sister to Lord Ennismore
LC_LM1774303NPMHARE MissDublin: John BAGWELL, of Bellgrove, Esq; to Miss HARE, daughter of Richard HARE, Esq.
LGA1817103NPDHARE MrIn London Saturday week John BAGWELL Esq late of Marlfield He had been for many years MP for Co Tip & Col in Tip Co Minitia. He married early in life Mary d of Mr HARE of Cork & sis of Lord Ennismore ... Rt Hon Wm BAGWELL Joint Muster Master Gen succeeds
FJ1774305-08NPMHARE  A few days ago, at Carrigrohan Church Cork John BAGWELL of Bellgrove Esq to miss HARE
LEP-CS1831218NPSHARLEYJohn Body for sale in Cork
FJ1825512NPMHARNETTWilliamEsqOn the 5th inst, at Tralee, by the Rt Hon and Rev Lord BRANDON, William HARNETT of Sandville Esq, to Anne eldest daughter of William MEREDITH of Dicksgrove, Esq
LGA18111101NPMHARNETT LtOn Tuesday, by the Rev Mr. GRAVES, at Athlacca church, Henry BOUCGIER, Esq. of Bruff, to Miss HARNETT, daughter of Leiut. HARNETT, of the Carlow militia.
LGA18111101NPMHARNETT MissOn Tuesday, by the Rev Mr. GRAVES, at Athlacca church, Henry BOUCGIER, Esq. of Bruff, to Miss HARNETT, daughter of Leiut. HARNETT, of the Carlow militia.
LC18251116NPSHARRIGANEllen Committed, by the Mayor, to the City Jail, on Monday, Mary FLYNN, for seducing Ellen HARRIGAN, a child, between ten and eleven years, to rob her father, William HARRIGAN, and which money she received knowing the same to be stolen.
LC18251116NPSHARRIGANWilliam Committed, by the Mayor, to the City Jail, on Monday, Mary FLYNN, for seducing Ellen HARRIGAN, a child, between ten and eleven years, to rob her father, William HARRIGAN, and which money she received knowing the same to be stolen.
Lords Munster Herald1788417NPDHARRINGTONAlexanderEsqAt Marrestown, near New Bridge, Alexander HARRINGTON, Esq.
LGA1811924NPSHARRINGTONBartholemew See William AHERN
LC1797506NPDHARRINGTONBrabazon (formerly TAYLOR)MrsLast month, at Newton, near Bath, Mrs. Brabazon HARRINGTON, relict of William HARRINGTON, Esq; and mother to Richard TAYLOR, of Hollypark, Esq
LGA1812403NPSHARRINGTONPatrick Cork Assizes April 2: William AHERN, indited for the murder of Patrick HARRINGTON, perpetrated in the year 1801, guilty of manslaughter, to be burned in the hand, imprisoned for 12 months, and find security for his good behaviour for seven years
LC1797506NPDHARRINGTONRichardEsqLast month, at Newton, near Bath, Mrs. Brabazon HARRINGTON, relict of William HARRINGTON, Esq; and mother to Richard TAYLOR, of Hollypark, Esq
LC1797506NPDHARRINGTONWilliamEsqLast month, at Newton, near Bath, Mrs. Brabazon HARRINGTON, relict of William HARRINGTON, Esq; and mother to Richard TAYLOR, of Hollypark, Esq
LC1785228NPSHARRISAbelMrCork, Feb. 24. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Abel HARRIS, eldest of ten children of Mr. Michael HARRIS, anvunfortunate gentleman confined some years for debt in South Gaol, coming out of a ship he belonged to, on the South Mall, fell into the river, where he remained for some time till by the exertions of some other sailors he was taken up, without any appearance of life, but through the very great attention of Doctors HARRIS, and BAGNELL, and the humanity of Mr. HENNESSY, who received him into his lime and salt works, he was after much difficulty brought to life, though not yet out of danger. This misfortune is an increase to the woes afflicting his unfortunate family, he being a very promising young man,in whom his ill-fated parents hoped to find as assistant to mitigate their sorrows.
LH18311020NPDHARRISBellingham SwanEsqAt Roseville, near Bandon, of a short illness, universally regretted, Jane wife of Bellingham Swan HARRIS Esq and daughter of the late Vincent AUSTEN of Lislevany, co Cork, Esq
LEP-CS18311021NPDHARRISBellingham SwanEsqAt Roseville, near Bandon, Jane, wife of Bellingham Swan HARRIS Esq
TC1824322NPDHARRISFrancisDrAt Dunmanway on the 19th inst in the 76th year of her age, Mrs Jane HARRIS, wife of Dr Francis HARRIS, and daughter of the late Rev Bellingham SWAN rector of Desert in this co [Cork]
FJ1825504NPMHARRISFrancisMDOn Saturday last, in Cork, Francis HARRIS MD of Dunmanway, in that co, to Miss Eliza HUTCHINSON of Partick Street, Cork
HDM1771831-3NPMHARRISFrancis At Ballymovey, near Bandon Mr [Francis] HARRIS apothecary to Miss Jane SWAN [daughter of Rev Bellingham SWAN]
LEP-CS18311021NPDHARRISJaneMrsAt Roseville, near Bandon, Jane, wife of Bellingham Swan HARRIS Esq
LH18311020NPDHARRISJane (nee AUSTEN) At Roseville, near Bandon, of a short illness, universally regretted, Jane wife of Bellingham Swan HARRIS Esq and daughter of the late Vincent AUSTEN of Lislevany, co Cork, Esq
TC1824322NPDHARRISJane (nee SWAN)MrsAt Dunmanway on the 19th inst in the 76th year of her age, Mrs Jane HARRIS, wife of Dr Francis HARRIS, and daughter of the late Rev Bellingham SWAN rector of Desert in this co [Cork]
LC1785228NPSHARRISMichaelMrCork, Feb. 24. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Abel HARRIS, eldest of ten children of Mr. Michael HARRIS, anvunfortunate gentleman confined some years for debt in South Gaol, coming out of a ship he belonged to, on the South Mall, fell into the river, where he remained for some time till by the exertions of some other sailors he was taken up, without any appearance of life, but through the very great attention of Doctors HARRIS, and BAGNELL, and the humanity of Mr. HENNESSY, who received him into his lime and salt works, he was after much difficulty brought to life, though not yet out of danger. This misfortune is an increase to the woes afflicting his unfortunate family, he being a very promising young man,in whom his ill-fated parents hoped to find as assistant to mitigate their sorrows.
DHM17861023NPMHARRISRichardEsqAt Ellenville, near Cloyne, the seat of Richard HARRIS, Esq; Capt OTWAY of the 48th Regt to Miss Deborah MAXWELL, daughter of the late Cole MAXWELL of the Co Limerick
LEP-CS18281128NPMHARRISWalterEsq MDIn Cork, Walter HARRIS, Esq. MD, to Margaretta, youngestr daughter of the late John COLE, Esq.
FJ1784703-06NPMHARRISWilliam At Corke, William HARRIS Esq of Bishopstown to Miss Susan DREW of the county Waterford
LC1785228NPSHARRIS DrCork, Feb. 24. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Abel HARRIS, eldest of ten children of Mr. Michael HARRIS, anvunfortunate gentleman confined some years for debt in South Gaol, coming out of a ship he belonged to, on the South Mall, fell into the river, where he remained for some time till by the exertions of some other sailors he was taken up, without any appearance of life, but through the very great attention of Doctors HARRIS, and BAGNELL, and the humanity of Mr. HENNESSY, who received him into his lime and salt works, he was after much difficulty brought to life, though not yet out of danger. This misfortune is an increase to the woes afflicting his unfortunate family, he being a very promising young man,in whom his ill-fated parents hoped to find as assistant to mitigate their sorrows.
LGA1816426NPSHARRISONHenryEsqHenry HARRISON, Esq. of Castle Harrison, near Charleville, has lately made an abatement of one half of his rents, and has remitted £1200 arrears of rent to his tenants
LC1797208NPSHARRISONJohnEsqYesterday, the Worshipful John HARRISON, Esq; Mayor, held an Inquest at Kilonan, in the South Liberties of this City, on the body of Michael SHEA, who was killed by a stroke received on Sunday last at a Hurling Match, when the Verdict returned by the Jury was "the Patrick MADDEN, of Kilonan, did on said day wilfully strike the deceased a mortal blow with a hurly, of which blow he languished until the 6th inst. when he died.
LC1825903NPSHARRISON MrsLast week, a daring attempt was made to assassinate the Rev. S. GRADY, of Elton, near Bruff, while travelling in his carriage to attend the funeral of Mrs. HARRISON, of Castle Harrison. This gentleman was fired at on the road, but fortunately escaped the fatal shot.
FJ1858112NPDHARTFanny Catherine January 8, at Peafield-terrace, Blackrock, Fanny Catherine youngest daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART
FJ1843727NPBHARTGeorge VaughanEsqOn the 20th inst, at Doo Castle, in the co Derry, the lady of G V HART Esq of the RN of a daughter
FJ18471210NPBHARTGeorge VaughanEsqAt Kilderry, in co Donegal, the lady of G V HART Esq, of a son
LH1832621NPDHARTGeorge VaughanEsq GenAt his seat, Kilderry, Co Donegal, at a very advanced age George Vaughan HART Esq, a general in the Army, Govenor of the Forts of Londonderry and Culmore, and representative in several parliaments of his native county
LC18351003NPMHARTGeorge VaughanLt GenAt Rathmullen church, by the Rev George Vaughan HART jun Lt George Vaughan HART RN son of Lt Gen George Vaughan HART of Kilderry, co Donegal, to Jane Maria daughter of the Rev George Vaughan HART, Rector of the Union of Castlebar and late of this city
LC18351003NPMHARTGeorge VaughanLt RNAt Rathmullen church, by the Rev George Vaughan HART jun, Lt George Vaughan HART RN son of Lt Gen George Vaughan HART of Kilderry, co Donegal, to Jane Maria daughter of the Rev George Vaughan HART, Rector of the Union of Castlebar and late of this city
FJ1835819NPBHARTGeorge VaughanRevOn the 14th inst, in Castlebar, the lady of the Rev G V HART of a daughter
LC18351003NPMHARTGeorge VaughanRevAt Rathmullen church, by the Rev George Vaughan HART jun Lt George Vaughan HART RN son of Lt Gen George Vaughan HART of Kilderry, co Donegal, to Jane Maria daughter of the Rev George Vaughan HART, Rector of the Union of Castlebar and late of this city
FJ1858112NPDHARTGeorge VaughanRevJanuary 8, at Peafield-terrace, Blackrock, Fanny Catherine youngest daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART
FJ18601101NPMHARTGeorge VaughanRevOctober 25, at Muff, co Donegal, Archibald Watson GOLDIE, writer to the Signet Edinburgh, to Henrietta Townsend, fourth daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART, of Castlebar, co Mayo
LC18351003NPMHARTGeorge Vaughan junRevAt Rathmullen church, by the Rev George Vaughan HART jun Lt George Vaughan HART RN son of Lt Gen George Vaughan HART of Kilderry, co Donegal, to Jane Maria daughter of the Rev George Vaughan HART, Rector of the Union of Castlebar and late of this city
FJ18301026NPBHARTGeorge VaughnRevOctober 20, in Castlebar, the lady of the Rev G V HART of a daughter, which survived but a few hours
FJ18311009NPBHARTGeorge VaughnRevOn Monday at Castlebar, the lady of The Rev G V HART of a daughter
FJ18601101NPMHARTHenrietta Townsend October 25, at Muff, co Donegal, Archibald Watson GOLDIE, writer to the Signet Edinburgh, to Henrietta Townsend, fourth daughter of the late Rev George Vaughan HART, of Castlebar, co Mayo
LC18351003NPMHARTJane Maria At Rathmullen church, by the Rev George Vaughan HART jun Lt George Vaughan HART RN son of Lt Gen George Vaughan HART of Kilderry, co Donegal, to Jane Maria daughter of the Rev George Vaughan HART, Rector of the Union of Castlebar and late of this city
LC1825727NPMHARTEAnn On Monday, by the Rev. Pryce PEACOCK, at George's Church, Thomas FITZGERALD, Esq. of Ballydonohue, County Kerry, to Ann, daughter of the late William Johnston HARTE, of Coolruss, in this county, Esq.
LC1800721NPMHARTECatherinemissThis day at Coolruss the seat of her brother William Johnsson HARTE, Esq Robert MAXWELL of Charleville Esq; to Miss Catherine HARTE daughter of Colonel Richard HARTE
FJ1825626NPNHARTEH Meeting of Creditors — Alan F O'NEILL, Limerick, final dividend, H HARTE agent John REDDAN assignee
LEP-CS18281202NPMHARTEHenryEsqAt Ballingary church, Limerick, Henry HARTE Esq of Gortroe Cottage to Sarah only daughter od Alexander O'DELL Esq late of Ballgran
LC1827303NPAHARTEHenry To be Let.
From the 25th of March instant,
The House, Offices, Gardens, Orchards and Demesne of
Coolruss,
In the
County of Limerick,
Within five miles of the Post and Market Town of Charleville, and Croom, and fourteen of the City of Limerick,
Containing forty-eight Acres two roods of excellent Land well Planted and Watered with the convenient Turbery.
The House is very commodious, with Offices well disposed. If necessary, a greater quantity of Land should be given, and about 100 Acres more would be let in convenient Lots.
Proposals in writing, to Henry HARTE, Esq. Richmond Place, Limerick.
The Steward on the lands will show the premises.
Limerick, March 3, 1827.
LC1800721NPMHARTERichardColThis day at Coolruss the seat of her brother William Johnsson HARTE, Esq Robert MAXWELL of Charleville Esq; to Miss Catherine HARTE daughter of Colonel Richard HARTE
LGA1819420NPAHARTERichardSirAdvertisement for Mr WILLETT's school in Charleville
LC1800721NPMHARTEWilliam JohnsonEsqThis day at Coolruss the seat of her brother William Johnsson HARTE, Esq Robert MAXWELL of Charleville Esq; to Miss Catherine HARTE daughter of Colonel Richard HARTE
LC1823809NPMHARTEWilliam JohnstonEsqAt Croom Church, on Thursday, James LANGTON, Esq. of Bruree, to the second daughter of the late William Johnston HARTE, Esq. of Coolruss, in this County.
LC1825727NPMHARTEWilliam JohnstonEsqOn Monday, by the Rev. Pryce PEACOCK, at George's Church, Thomas FITZGERALD, Esq. of Ballydonohue, County Kerry, to Ann, daughter of the late William Johnston HARTE, of Coolruss, in this county, Esq.
LGA1811604NPBHARTEWilliam JohnstoneEsqWednesday evening, in Thomas Street, the lady of William Johnstone HARTE, of Coolruss, in this county, Esq. Of a seventh daughter
LC1823809NPMHARTE MissAt Croom Church, on Thursday, James LANGTON, Esq. of Bruree, to the second daughter of the late William Johnston HARTE, Esq. of Coolruss, in this County.
LEP-CS1830723NPSHARTIGANDavid City Limerick Quarter Sessions ... The following were sentenced to seven years transportation:—Honora LONG, David HARTIGAN, John CONNORS, William BOVENIZER, Michael KENNEDY (a boy), Catherine RYAN, and Catherine FITZGERALD
Pue'sO17531020NPN/SHARTIGANEdwardMrThursday last, Mr Edward CROKER the younger was elected Master of the Corporation of Apothecaries and Mr Edward HARTIGAN and Mr — HUNT wardens for the year ensuing
FJ18551221NPMHARTIGANEdwardRevDecember 18, at Monkstown, William Ryves CROKER Esq, son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort William, to Letitia Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev E HARTIGAN, rector of Castletown, county Tipperary
FJ18551221NPMHARTIGANLetitia Elizabeth December 18, at Monkstown, William Ryves CROKER Esq, son of the late Rev John CROKER, of Fort William, to Letitia Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev E HARTIGAN, rector of Castletown, county Tipperary
LGA1817916NPSHARTIGANMary To said [county] goal by John CROKER Mary HARTIGAN for having in her possession a quantity of stolen onions
LGA1820505NPSHARTNETMichael Robbery near Bruff
LEP-CS18281223NPDHARTNETTDanielEsqIn Kilmallock, Eliza, eldest daughter of Daniel HARTNETT, Esq.—a Lady whose death has diffused a deep gloom over the minds of her family, who hope that she has but exchanged to a better world.
LGA1820519NPSHARTNETTDaniel Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINS
LEP-CS18281223NPDHARTNETTEliza In Kilmallock, Eliza, eldest daughter of Daniel HARTNETT, Esq.—a Lady whose death has diffused a deep gloom over the minds of her family, who hope that she has but exchanged to a better world.
LC18261108NPSHARTNETTMaurice On Sunday last, BENNETT, of the County Police, arrested in Charleville, under a warrant from George MASSY, Esq. Maurice COLLLINS, charged with violently assaulting Maurice HARTNETT, at Abbeyfeale, by which his skull was fractured.
LGA1820519NPSHARTNETTMichael Family dispute HARTNETT HIGGINS
FJ1860626NPMHARTNETTRichard CEsqLong notice
LC1769828NPMHARTNEYWilliamMrLast Thursday, Mr. William HARTNEY merchant, to Miss BEVIN of Camas, a most agreeable young Lady with a large Fortune.
FJ18251130NPNHARTONHenry 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 ...
LC1823308NPAHARTOPPEdward BouchierEsqTo be let,
from the 25th March next,
for one year,
the lands of
Milltown,
Containing Seventy-Thre acres or thereabouts, within one mile of Bruff,
And is part of the Estate of Edward Bouchier HARTOPP, Esq. a Minor,
And lately Tenanted by the represeantatives of Anthony PARKER, Esq.
Proposals in writing addressed Bouchier Palk WREY, Esq. Tardstock-Court, Barnstable, Devonshire; the Rev. William Evans HARTOPP, Thurnly, Leicester; of David ROCHE, Esq. Carass, Limerick.
March 1, 1823.
LGA18171028NPMHARTOPPWilliam EvansEsqSaturday morning at the cathedral by the Lord Bishop of Limerick, William Evans HARTOPP of Dalby House in the county LEI Esq nephew of the late George Lord CARBERRY to Elizabeth Georgina eldest daughter of the late George Stammer GUBBINS of Kilrush LIM
LC1823308NPAHARTOPPWilliam EvansRevTo be let,
from the 25th March next,
for one year,
the lands of
Milltown,
Containing Seventy-Thre acres or thereabouts, within one mile of Bruff,
And is part of the Estate of Edward Bouchier HARTOPP, Esq. a Minor,
And lately Tenanted by the represeantatives of Anthony PARKER, Esq.
Proposals in writing addressed Bouchier Palk WREY, Esq. Tardstock-Court, Barnstable, Devonshire; the Rev. William Evans HARTOPP, Thurnly, Leicester; of David ROCHE, Esq. Carass, Limerick.
March 1, 1823.
LGA1817909NPDHARTSTONGEHenryMrsIn Paul Street, Cork, Mrs HARTSTONGE wife of Mr. Henry HARTSTONGE
Pue'sO17511231NPMHARTSTONGEHenrySir BtA few days ago Sir Henry HARTSTONGE Bt was married at Limerick to Miss Lucy PERRY sister to Edmond Sexton PERRY Esq
FJ1764918-22NPMHARTSTONGEHenrySir BtThe Rev CUMMINGS to Miss HARTSTONGE youngest sister to Sir Henry HARTSTONGE Bt with a fortune of £4000
LC1797301NPDHARTSTONGEHenrySir BtLast 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 Counties 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.
FJ18441211NPDHARTSTONGEHenrySir BtSee Edmund Henry PERY, Earl of Limerick
FJ1793329NPDHARTSTONGE LadySaturday, the remains of Lady HARTSTONGE was conveyed from house in this city to Bruff to be interred in the family vault. The funeral was sttended by a vast number of carriages and a great concourse of gentlemen on horsback. The shops in this city wer
FJ1764918-22NPMHARTSTONGE MissThe Rev CUMMINGS to Miss HARTSTONGE youngest sister to Sir Henry HARTSTONGE Bt with a fortune of £4000
LC1827801NPSHARVEYArthur Ennis Assizes ... Edward BOYLE, for stealing 16 in bank notes, and a box, the property of Arthur HARVEY, of Seafield, on the 31st of May last, Guilty; ...
FJ1816509NPMHARVEYJohnEsqAt Castletemple, Maj James LEE late of the 92nd Highlanders to Miss HARVEY daughter John HARVEY Esq of Castletemple
LEP-CS18281118NPDHARVEYJoseph MassyEsqsee James FISHER
LC1826809NPDHARVEYP WEsqOn Tuesday, in Stephen's-Green, Dublin, after a short illness, P. W. HARVEY, Esq. for many years Proprietor of The Freeman's Journal newspaper.
FJ1816509NPMHARVEY MissAt Castletemple, Maj James LEE late of the 92nd Highlanders to Miss HARVEY daughter John HARVEY Esq of Castletemple
FJ1770329-31NPSHASLERJohn We hear that four new Baronets will speedily be created; namely: William CROMIE, wine merchant late of Abbey St; Edward Bellingham SWAN gentleman usher to his excellency the LL; John HASLER gent usher to Lady T; Solomon SHOMBERGH Gent at large
FJ1861501NPMHASSARDAnnie Julia April 25, at Notting Hill, Arthur Edward USSHER Esq eldest son of Christopher Musgrave USSHER Esq of Camphire, co Waterfird, to Annie Julia HASSARD, only child of William Henry HASSARD Esq Recorder of Waterford
FJ1861501NPMHASSARDWilliam HenryEsqApril 25, at Notting Hill, Arthur Edward USSHER Esq eldest son of Christopher Musgrave USSHER Esq of Camphire, co Waterfird, to Annie Julia HASSARD, only child of William Henry HASSARD Esq Recorder of Waterford
LC_LM1774314NPDHASSETTMartinMrSaturday, Mr. Martin HASSETT, Broker
LGA18171202NPSHASSETTMichael Friday last, the following convicts were sent off from our jail for Cork, thence to be transported to Botany Bay— Thomas RIEDY, for assulting a dwelling house; John HENRY, (a black) for horse stealing; Michael HASSETT, and Michael M'MAHON for burglary. There yet remains fourteen persons under sentence of transportation in the County and City jails. [Note Peter Mayberry's database has Michael HASSETT transported on the Minerva I (1) native of County Clare born 1794 arriving in 1818 for sentence of seven years]
LS1841318NPDHASTINGSStephenEsqAt Brookdale, the residence of her son-in-law, Arthur ORMSBY Esq, at the advanced age of 85, Mary relict of Maj ATKINS of Firville, co Cork, sister of the late Stephen HASTINGS Esq of Forth Henry, co Tipperary
LEP-CS1831304NPMHATESWilliamMrAt Cove church, Mr William HAYES of Pope's Quay Cork to Maria daughter of the late Bellingham SWAN of Bishop Street Cork Esq
LC1796917NPDHATFIELDSt GeorgeMrsAt Charleville, on Sunday last, Mrs. HATFIELD, wife of St. George HATFIELD, Esq; sincerely and deservedly regretted by her family, friends, and acquaintance, to whom she had endeared herself by the uniform tenor of her amiable manners and disposition.
Pue'sO1746211NPN/SHATTONJohnEsqLast Saturday Thomas BURKE, John HATTON, Edmond Sexen PERRY and Sydnham FOWKE Esqrs were admitted and sworn barristers-at-law
FJ1858113NPMHAUGHTONJohn HancockEsqJanuary 12, at St Thomas's church, by the Rev Samuel HAUGHTON, F.T.C.D., brother of the bridegroom, John Handcock HAUGHTON, of Carlow, Esq., to Fanny, only daughter of Charles CROKER KING, of Lower gardiner-street, Esq
FJ1858113NPMHAUGHTONSamuelRevJanuary 12, at St Thomas's church, by the Rev Samuel HAUGHTON, F.T.C.D., brother of the bridegroom, John Handcock HAUGHTON, of Carlow, Esq., to Fanny, only daughter of Charles CROKER KING, of Lower gardiner-street, Esq
LC17831129NPSHAWESMary see Richard DONOVAN
LC17831129NPSHAWESRichard see Richard DONOVAN
LC17831218NPSHAWESRichard Cork, Dec. 15, Last Saturday Richard HAWES was whipped from North Gate to South Gate, pursuant to his sentence at our Quarter Sessions, for receiving stolen goods and encouraging children to become shoplifters. The Sheriffs on this occasion saw the punishment properly inflicted, which shows their intention of fulfilling the duties of their office with a degree of justice, that must endear them to their fellow citizens.
FJ1800417NPSHAWKINSMarcus see CLONEY
MJ1749727NPDHAWKINSWilliamEsqDublin July 25 ... Yesterday morning died of an appoblexy, William HAWKINS, Esq; Ulster King of Arms
DWJ1749729NPDHAWKINSWilliamEsqOn Monday last week died at his house in Fleet Street, William HAWKINS Esq Ulster King of Arms, a gentleman unreservedly beloved and lamented
FJ1849516NPMHAWKSHAWBenjaminEsqIn Ardmayle Church, Henry youngest son of Benjamin HAWKSHAW Esq of Fallen, co Tipperary, to Delia youngest daughter of the late Capt LODGE
FJ1849516NPMHAWKSHAWHenryEsqIn Ardmayle Church, Henry youngest son of Benjamin HAWKSHAW Esq of Fallen, co Tipperary, to Delia youngest daughter of the late Capt LODGE
LC18271006NPBHAWKSWORTHJohnEsqIn Dublin, John HAWKSWORTH, of Forest, in the Queen's County, Esq to Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Arthur MAGAN, of Clonearl, King's Cp. Esq.
LGA18121016NPSHAWTHORN MajDownpatrick election interference
FJ1854911NPMHAWTHORNEHans StewartEsqSeptember 6, in Liverpool, Hans Stewart HAWTHORNE, Esq barrister-at-law, eldest son of Dr HAWTHORNE, of that town, to Mary, only daughter of the late James BROWN, Esq of Rosconnor House, co Down
FJ1854911NPMHAWTHORNE DrSeptember 6, in Liverpool, Hans Stewart HAWTHORNE, Esq barrister-at-law, eldest son of Dr HAWTHORNE, of that town, to Mary, only daughter of the late James BROWN, Esq of Rosconnor House, co Down
LGA18121027NPSHAWTHORNE MrThe contest for the borough of Downpatrick was decided in favour of Mr. HAWTHORE, on Monday last— at the final close of the poll he had a majority of 36 over Mr. CROKER. The contest was extremely warm— Major SWAN has been taken into custody, charged with abusing electors; he was, however, immediately bailed for the offence.
FJ1843801NPMHAYAlexanderEsqOn the 22d ult, in St Mary's church, Richard COOTE Esq MD youngest son of Sir Charles COOTE, Bart, of Baggot street to Mary eldest daughter of Alexander HAY Esq, late of Villa, co Galway
LGA1813730NPDHAYAndrewMaj GenAt Vittoria in Spain, ...., on 24th June Capt Geprge HAY of the Royal Scots, aged 24 years eldest son and aid-de-camp to Maj Gen Andrew HAY
LC18261018NPDHAYEdwardEsqOn Friday, in Clan Brassil-street, Dublin, Edward HAY, formerly Secretary to the Catholics of Ireland. The disease of which he died, was a mortification of the arm, caused by a thorn that entered his thumb not many days ago.— At the time of his death he had nearly prepared for the press a History of Irish Catholic affairs for the last thirty years. He was early elected a Member of the Royal Irish Acadamy. A Chancery suit with his brother, Major Philip HAY, 18th Hussars, had nearly reduced him to absolute want.
FJ1843822NPBHAYFrances Grace (nee COOTE) On the 16th inst, at kilworth, co Cork, at her father's, John COOTE Esq, Mrs HAY widow of Capt William HAY of the 80th Regt, of a son [married 1838]
LGA1813730NPDHAYGeorgeCaptAt Vittoria in Spain, ...., on 24th June Capt George HAY of the Royal Scots, aged 24 years eldest son and aid-de-camp to Maj Gen Andrew HAY
FJ1847414NPDHAYJane Josephine Henrietta At Lambeth, after a protracted and painful illness, Jane Josephine Henrietta, the lady of Maj-Gen Philip HAY
FJ1843822NPBHAYJohnEsqOn the 16th inst, at kilworth, co Cork, at her father's, John COOTE Esq, Mrs HAY widow of Capt William HAY of the 80th Regt, of a son [married 1838]
FJ1843801NPMHAYMary On the 22d ult, in St Mary's church, Richard COOTE Esq MD youngest son of Sir Charles COOTE, Bart, of Baggot street to Mary eldest daughter of Alexander HAY Esq, late of Villa, co Galway
FJ1844331NPDHAYMary WatsonMrsMarch 20, in Edinburgh, aged 75 years Mary Watson widow of Maj HAY formerly of the 35th Regt
LC18261018NPDHAYPhilipMajOn Friday, in Clan Brassil-street, Dublin, Edward HAY, formerly Secretary to the Catholics of Ireland. The disease of which he died, was a mortification of the arm, caused by a thorn that entered his thumb not many days ago.— At the time of his death he had nearly prepared for the press a History of Irish Catholic affairs for the last thirty years. He was early elected a Member of the Royal Irish Acadamy. A Chancery suit with his brother, Major Philip HAY, 18th Hussars, had nearly reduced him to absolute want.
FJ1847414NPDHAYPhilipMaj-GenAt Lambeth, after a protracted and painful illness, Jane Josephine Henrietta, the lady of Maj-Gen Philip HAY
FJ18381218NPMHAYWilliamCaptOn Saturday last, in Cork, Capt W HAY unattached to Fanny eldest daughter of J COOTE Esq of Kilworth
LS18381218NPMHAYWilliamCaptAt the Cathedral Cork, Capt W HAY unattached to Fanny eldest daughter of J COOTE Esq of Kilworth
FJ1843822NPBHAYWilliamCaptOn the 16th inst, at kilworth, co Cork, at her father's, John COOTE Esq, Mrs HAY widow of Capt William HAY of the 80th Regt, of a son [married 1838]
FJ1844331NPDHAY MajMarch 20, in Edinburgh, aged 75 years Mary Watson widow of Maj HAY formerly of the 35th Regt
LGA18121103NPSHAY Maj GenMaj Gen HAY is removed from the depot of heavy calvalry to the staff in Ireland
FJ1859603NPDHAYDENElizabeth (nee ALLY) See Joseph HAYDEN
FJ1859603NPDHAYDENJosephEsqMay 31, at Waterford, at the advanced age of 84 years, Joseph HAYDEN Esq for the last thirty-three years a JP for the co of Kilkenny, grandson of Wm. HAYDEN, Esq of Croan, (also a magistrate of that county for upwars of 50 years), and Elizabeth HAYDEN (otherwise ALLY), his wife, daughter of the Rev Charles ALLY, rector of Gowran and Castlecomer, in that county, and grand daughter of the Most Rev Dr ALLY, Archbishop of York; the said Joseph HAYDEN was also great grandson of Dr Edward TENISON, Bishop of Ossory, nephew of the Most Rev Dr Thomas TENISON, Archbishop of Canterbury, who administered the last sacrament to King William the third and Mary his Queen
FJ1859603NPDHAYDENWilliamRevSee Joseph HAYDEN
LH1832423NPDHAYESHenry BrowneSirAt his residence, Grattan-Hill, Cork, Sir Henry Browne HAYES, Knt. He served many years at Botany Bay, a commuted sentance for the abduction of a rich Quakeress, Miss PIKE, of Cork. He was twice shipwrecked.
LGA1815117NPSHAYESJohn By said magistrate [Rickard LLOYD] to said jail [County] Connor KENNEDY charged before the Rev Charles COOTEwith aiding and assisting in an attempt to murder John HAYES by firing at him with intent to kill
LGA1819316NPSHAYESJohn Assizes, Ennis March 9 ... Pat Minogue, for sheep stealing from John HAYES, guilty
LC1827613NPMHAYESJosephEsqOn Saturday last, at Abbeyfeale, Joseph HAYES, Esq. eldest son of Patrick HAYES, Esq, to Eliza, third daughter of Stephen COLINS, of Grange House, county of Kerry, Esq
LEP-CS18291124NPBHAYESLaurence YorkEsqOn Friday last, at Mount-Griffith, near Kilfinnan, the Lady of Laurence York HAYES, Esq. of Bosnet's-Town, Co. Limerick, of a daughter.
LGA1819723NPSHAYESMichael Committals
...
To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
LGA1818901NPSHAYESPat Commitals — By Alderman MORONY to the city jail, Pat HAYES for robbing Mr DREW
LGA1819901NPSHAYESPat Committals — By Ald MORONY, to the city Jail, Pat HAYES for robbing Mr DREW
LGA1818825NPSHAYESPatrick On Thursday night [20/8], a number of villians broke into the house of Mr George DREW, on the Circular Road above the New Barraks, and rifled the house of a great quantity of linnen, wearing apparel, and thirty seven guineas and a-half in bank notes, and a pocket book containing several bills, memorandums, &c.— Friday, a woman was detained at Mr JOYNT's Pawn Office, in offering some of the articles, and on examining her house some more of them were found — she was committed to jail, with a man named Patrick HAYES. Saturday morning the pocket book, containing some papers, were thrown over the garden wall, at Mr DREW's with the following scroll—" DREW you have your book and bills now — we want money more than you—one penny you shan't get more—let out our friend, or we will have your life if you walk Ireland's ground."
LGA1820808NPSHAYESThomas 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
FJ1831303NPMHAYESWilliamMrOn Sunday last, at Cove Cork, Mr William HAYES of Cork to Maria eldest daughter of the late Bellingham SWAN Esq
LGA1809210NPMHAYES Rev MrOn Tuesday last [7th] by the Rev Mr HAYES, Kennedy RYAN Esq of this city to Miss Deborah RUSSELL youngest daughter of Mich. RUSSELL of Charleville Esq
HDM1770424-26NPDHAYMANJohnEsqAt Youghal, John HAYMAN Esq
Pue'sO1755628NPSHAYMANJohnGentOn Tuesday the 24th of June inst, at Clnomell in the co Tipperary, came on the election of Magistrates for the corporation for the ensuing year when the poll was as follows
For John HAYMAN Gent to be mayor Stephen MOORE and John LUTHER Esqrs to be Bailiffs of said corporation for the emsuing year — 90
For Robert SHAW to be mayor and Charles ATKINS and George COLE Gents to be Bailiffs — 38
Majority for Mr HAYMAN, Mr MOORE and Mr LUTHER 57 ...
LC1835228NPDHAYMANMatthewEsqMelian HAYMAN, relict of the late Samuel HAYMAN, Esq MD and mother of Matthew HAYMAN, Esq, Mayor of Youghal
LC1835228NPDHAYMANMelian Melian HAYMAN, relict of the late Samuel HAYMAN, Esq MD and mother of Matthew HAYMAN, Esq, Mayor of Youghal
FJ1769609-10NPDHAYMANSamuelEsqAt Youghall, Samuel HAYMAN Esq
FJ17821126-28NPMHAYMANSamuelEsq MDIn Youghal Samuel HAYMAN Esq MD to Miss Melian JONES
LC1835228NPDHAYMANSamuelEsq MDMelian HAYMAN, relict of the late Samuel HAYMAN, Esq MD and mother of Matthew HAYMAN, Esq, Mayor of Youghal
LC1826524NPMHAYNESMichaelEsqIn Cork, Michael HAYNES, Esq to Sarah LETITIA, daughter of the late John MAYBERRY, of that city Esq.
LC1769330NPMHEA Capt[Cork March 27.] This morning was married at St. Nicholas's church, Vapt. HEA of the 57th regiment, to Miss MORGAN, daughter of Mark Anthony MORGAN, Esq; with a fortune of 4000l.
FJ1769328-01NPMHEA CaptAt Cork Capt HEA of the 57th Regiment to Miss MORGAN daughter of Mark Anthony MORGAN Esq
LGA1817520NPMHEACOCK Rev MrOn Saturday last at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr HEACOCK, Mr Z MYLES to Gertrude, third daughter of Mr W TAYLOR of this city
LGA18091019NPMHEACOCKEGeorgeRevYesterday se'nnight, by the Rev George HEACOCKE, at Adare, Mr Geo Mason CHAMBERLYN, to Miss EATON, daughter of Mr George EATON of Adare
LGA18111224NPMHEADJohnEsqAt Ashly Park, seat of John HEAD Esq the Hon Eyre MASSEY to Mis Phoebe HEAD
LGA18111224NPMHEADPhoebeMissAt Ashly Park, seat of John HEAD Esq the Hon Eyre MASSEY to Mis Phoebe HEAD
LEP-CS1833115NPMHEALEYJohn MauriceEsqOn Sat morn at the house of the lady's late grandfather Edmond RYAN Esq by the Rt Rev Dr RYAN RC B John Maurice HEALEY Esq only son of the late Maurice HEALY Esq of Fealeview, co Kerry to Ellen Josephine eld d of the late Michael RYAN Esq of this city
LEP-CS1833115NPMHEALEYMauriceEsqOn Sat morn at the house of the lady's late grandfather Edmond RYAN Esq by the Rt Rev Dr RYAN RC B John Maurice HEALEY Esq only son of the late Maurice HEALY Esq of Fealeview, co Kerry to Ellen Josephine eld d of the late Michael RYAN Esq of this city
LGA1820407NPMHEALYCharlesRevYesterday evening, in Ennis jail, by the Rev. Charles HEALY, Patrick POWER, Esq. of Ballyduff, to Miss Mary O'DONNELL, daughter of Mr. J O'DONNELL, county Clare. The bridegrom has just completed his 60th year, and the bride entered her fourteenth.
LGA1818602NPSHEALYEleanor Committed
... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. to said [county] gaol, Thos HEALY and Eleanor HEALY, for burglary, felony ... By John CROKER, Esq. __ MURPHY, for breaking a door.
LC1827811NPSHEALYElenor Patrick HEALY and Elenor HEALY were tried for stealing 56lb of butter, the property of Thomas QUANE, at Houndscourt, on 31st of July— The prisoners, mother and son, were acquitted
LGA18111029NPMHEALYJohnMrLast Friday, at Kilkishen, county Clare, Mr. John HEALY, of this city, linen draper, to Miss BINGHAM, daughte to Mr. John BINGHAM
LC1826304NPSHEALYPatrick Through the exertions of Benjamin JACKSON, Esq. and the Police under his command at Kilmallock, Patrick HEALY and Thomas M'AULIFF have been apprehended and fully identified as the persons who robbed James LEAHY, of Ballingaddy, on the 7th ult. of two guns, the property of Chidley COOTE, Esq and have been fully commmitted to stand trial at the approaching Assizes.
LC1827811NPSHEALYPatrick Patrick HEALY and Elenor HEALY were tried for stealing 56lb of butter, the property of Thomas QUANE, at Houndscourt, on 31st of July— The prisoners, mother and son, were acquitted
LEP-CS1830105NPSHEALYPatrick Patrick HEALY was committed to Clonmel Gaol, by Samson CARTER and G. FITZGERALD, Esqrs. for having arms and ammunition in his possession, not being registered. He is to pay a fine of £10, or undergo two months imprisonment with hard labor.
LGA1818602NPSHEALYThomas Committed
... By C. D. OLIVER, Esq. to said [county] gaol, Thos HEALY and Eleanor HEALY, for burglary, felony ... By John CROKER, Esq. __ MURPHY, for breaking a door.
LS1840629NPMHEARDEliza (nee LEE) At St Georges Church, Dublin, by the Rev Mr BUSHE, Hamilton GEALE Esq barrister-at-law to Eliza relict of the late Henry HEARD Esq and daugjhter of the late John LEE Esq of this city
FJ1817710NPMHEARDFrancis DrewEsqIn Cork, Francis Drew HEARD Esq of Limerick to Ellen fifth daughter of the late James SPLAINE Esq of Grane
LC18271027NPMHEARDHenry GEsqYesterday, at St Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. LEE, Henry G. HEARD, of Leeson Street, Esq to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John LEE, Esq of Baggot Street, and of George's Street, in this City.
LGA18151215NPMHEARDThomasEsq CaptOn Monday last (1/12) at Dundurrow church, near Kinsale, Thomas HEARD, Esq Capt of North Cork Regt of Militia to Sarah third daughter of the REv Richard CROKER, Rector of Croom andVicar of Adare in this diocese
FJ18151220NPMHEARDThomasEsq CaptAt Dundurrow church, near Kinsale, Thomas HEARD Esq Capt in the North Cork Militia, to Sarah third daughter of the Rev Richard CROKER, Rector of Croom
LGA1811730NPSHEARNWilliamRevOn Sunday last, the lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination at the Catherdral in this city, whe the following gentlemen were admitted to the order of Priesthooh: George W MASSY, A B; Edward CROKER, A B; John CROKER A B; Henry FITZGERALD A M; William HEARN, A M — And the following gentlemen were ordained deacons: William SCOTT, A B; William Henry MACPOOLE, A B; Piers B GAMBLE, A B; Thomas GIBBINGS, A B; William MINCHIN, A B
FJ1788411NPMHEARONFanny Thomas LEE Esq of Leesborough County Kilkenny to Miss Fanny HEARON of Cullas in said county
LC1826422NPDHEAULETTCatherine At Charleville, on Monday, much regretted, Catherine, wife of James HEAULETT, Esq. Officer of Excise
LC1826422NPDHEAULETTJamesEsqAt Charleville, on Monday, much regretted, Catherine, wife of James HEAULETT, Esq. Officer of Excise
LGA1817117NPMHEFFERNANJamesEsqOn Sunday by the Rev Hy LEFROY at Georges church, James HEFFERNAN Esq of the County Limerick Militia to Eliza daughter of William TAYLOR Esq of Dublin and niece to Richard TAYLOR of Hollyparks
LC1821929NPMHEFFERNANLetitia Tuesday, by the Rt Rev Dr TOUHY, R. C. Bishop of this diocese, James THERRY, Esq. eldest son of John THERRY, Esq. one of the commissioners of His Majesty's Revenue, Dublin, to Letitia, relict of the late P M HEFFERNAN, Esq of Liskennett, in thi county.
LC1822202NPMHEFFERNANMary Anne On Thursday, Mr. Jeremiah Francis KEARIN, Printer, to Miss Mary Anne HEFFERNAN, of Kilmallock
LC17831207NPDHEFFERNANMichaelEsqYesterday of a paraletic stroke, Michael HEFFERNAN, of Liskennett, in this county, Esq.
LC1821929NPMHEFFERNANPat M'MahonEsqTuesday, by the Rt Rev Dr TOUHY, R. C. Bishop of this diocese, James THERRY, Esq. eldest son of John THERRY, Esq. one of the commissioners of His Majesty's Revenue, Dublin, to Letitia, relict of the late P M HEFFERNAN, Esq of Liskennett, in thi county.
LGA18171202NPSHEFFERNANPatrick M'MahonEsqRobbery at Liskennett
LH1833114NPMHEFFERNAN CaptThis day, by the Rev Thomas CROKER, of Croom Castle, at Adare church, George FURNELL Esq, Thomas street, to Milleora Frances, only daughter of Michael CANTILLON Esq of Castle Roberts, and niece of Captain HEFFERNAN, of Manister, in this co
LC1825730NPSHEHIRBryan Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.
LC1825730NPSHEHIRCharles Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.
LGA1808105NPDHEHIRCornelius On Tuesday last, at Knocksallagh, near Carahane, co Clare, at the very advanced age of 100 years, Cornelius HEHIR.—He recollected having sold turf at Ennis, in the year 1720, when the town contained only three slated houses.
CMC1808111NPDHEHIRCornelius At Knockfallagh, near Carrahane, County Clare, at the advanced age of 100 years, which he completed the 10th of October last, Cornelius HEHIR.
LC1825730NPSHEHIRDavid Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.
LC1825730NPSHEHIRGeorge Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.
LC1825730NPSHEHIRJames Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.
LC1825323NPSHEHIRJohn On Sunday last, two factions met in the neighbourhood of Fedamore, at a hurling match; a dispute arose, and a fight commenced, the result of which is as follows:-- John NASH, sice dead; John HEHIR, concussion of the brain; Patrick HEHIR, skull most desparately fractured, and which was trepanned yesterday by Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun.; Michael MURPHY, concussion of the brain--besided many others severely injured. An inquest was on Monday held by James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, on the body of John NASH, when the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.
LEP-CS18291013NPSHEHIRMary City Limerick Quarter Sessions
LC1825323NPSHEHIRPatrick On Sunday last, two factions met in the neighbourhood of Fedamore, at a hurling match; a dispute arose, and a fight commenced, the result of which is as follows:-- John NASH, sice dead; John HEHIR, concussion of the brain; Patrick HEHIR, skull most desparately fractured, and which was trepanned yesterday by Surgeon FRANKLIN, jun.; Michael MURPHY, concussion of the brain--besided many others severely injured. An inquest was on Monday held by James BENNETT, Esq. Coroner, on the body of John NASH, when the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter.
FJ1821615NPMHELSHAMFrances Augusta On same day [Tuesday] at Kilfane church, co Kilkenny, William Henry HUNT Esq of Jerpoint, to Frances Augusta daughter of the Rev Paul HELSHAM archdeacon of Ossory
FJ1821615NPMHELSHAMPaulRevOn same day [Tuesday] at Kilfane church, co Kilkenny, William Henry HUNT Esq of Jerpoint, to Frances Augusta daughter of the Rev Paul HELSHAM archdeacon of Ossory
LGA18181023NPMHELYAnne JaneMissThis morning by the Rev Windham M FITZGERALD at St George's church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Mallow Esq to Anne Jane d of the late Hampden HELY of Faulkiners Court, county Kilkenny , Esq
LGA18181023NPMHELYHampdenEsqThis morning by the Rev Windham M FITZGERALD at St George's church, Henry Cole BOWEN jun of Mallow Esq to Anne Jane d of the late Hampden HELY of Faulkiners Court, county Kilkenny , Esq
LC18211020NPAHELY HUTCHENSON Earl of DonoughmoreSee John BENNETT
LC1835808NPBHELY HUTCHINSONCooteHon, Capt RNAt Rathgar House, the lady of Capt the Hon Coote HELY HUTCHINSON RN of a son
LGA1811507NPSHELY-HUTCHINSONAbrahamHonHis Royal Hiness the Prince Regent has, in the name and on behalf of his Majesty, been pleased, by letters patent under the Great Seal of Ireland, to constitute and appoint the Right Hon. Charles Henry Lord Castle-Coote, the Right Hon. John Ormsby VANDELEUR, Robert WYNNE, Esq. the Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON, the Hon. John JOCLYN, the Hon. Robert MOLESWORTH, together with Henry HAMILTON, Esq to be commissioners of his Majesty's customs and port duties in Ireland.
LC1834621NPDHELY-HUTCHINSONAbrahamHonAt Angers, the Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON, aged 68, brother to the late Earl of Donoughmore formerly a Commissioner of Customs
FJ18241110NPDHELY-HUTCHINSONAbrahamHon MrsOn Wednesday, the 3rd inst, at Torpray, Devonshire, after a long and pianful illness, ..., the Hon Mrs Abraham HELY-HUCHINSON
LGA18181018NPSHELY-HUTCHINSONAbrahamThe HonImatation Tea, Dublin Oct 17
Yesterday was brought on at the Customs House, before Robt WYNNE Esq The Hon Abraham HELY-HUTCHINSON & Hy HAMILTON Esq Commrs Of His M's Customs the trial of Nicholas ETCHINGHAM licenced grocer of No33 Kevin St ... William Howard LEE Esq (Examiner of Surveyor's and Landwriter's Books and principal Seizing Officer) ...
FJ1831413NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONCharlotte Sophia On the 12inst, at Lucan church, the Rev R WOLFE of Forenughts, co Kildate, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the late Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON of Henrietta street
LEP-CS1831415NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONCharlotte Sophia At lucan Church, the Rev Richard WOLFE of Forenaughts, co of Kildare, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the late Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON of Henrietta Street Dublin
LH1831418NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONCharlotte Sophia On the 12th inst, at Lucan church, the Rev R WOLFE of Foremaughts Kildare, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON, of Henrietta street
FJ1831413NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONFrancisHonOn the 12inst, at Lucan church, the Rev R WOLFE of Forenughts, co Kildate, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the late Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON of Henrietta street
LH1831418NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONFrancisHonOn the 12th inst, at Lucan church, the Rev R WOLFE of Foremaughts Kildare, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON, of Henrietta street
LEP-CS1831415NPMHELY-HUTCHINSONFrancisHon (dec)At lucan Church, the Rev Richard WOLFE of Forenaughts, co of Kildare, to Charlotte Sophia daughter of the late Hon Francis HELY-HUTCHINSON of Henrietta Street Dublin
LGA1814405NPMHELY-HUTCHINSON Earl of DonoghmoreOn Saturday last by the Rev Mr HOLLAND at her mother's residence Lodge, nesr Six-Mile-Bridge, county Clare, Edward Lucius WILSON Esq of Streamstown in said county to Christina daughter of Edward FERRITER Esq of RN & grandniece of late Earl of Donnoghmore
LS1841712NPMHELY-HUTCHINSON Earl of DonoughmoreIn the parish church of St Brides, Dublin, Ricard C GRAVES eldest son of the Rev James William GRAVES rector of Ightrimurrough, in the diocese of Cork, to Christina Margarettts, widow of the late Abraham NUNN Esq of Larine, South Wales niece of the late and first cousin to the present Earl of Donaoughmore
LC1833727NPDHEMPHILL surgeonSuddenly at the house of surgeon HEMPHILL, in Cashel, Mrs DILLON daughter of the late Rev John HORE of Cashel
LGA1811608NPMHEMSWORTHMaryMissThe Hon Hamilton Ralph CROFTON youngest son of the late Sir Edward CROFTON and Baroness CROFTON to Mary eldest daughter of Thomas HEMSWORTH Esq of this city [Limerick]
LGA1811608NPMHEMSWORTHMary A few days since, the Hon Hamilton Ralph CROFTON, (aid-de-camp to Gen Sir John CRADDOCK) youngest son of Sir E CROFTON Bart and of Baroness CROFTON to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas HEMSWORTH Esq of this city
LGA1811608NPMHEMSWORTHThomasEsqA few days since, the Hon Hamilton Ralph CROFTON, (aid-de-camp to Gen Sir John CRADDOCK) youngest son of Sir E CROFTON Bart and of Baroness CROFTON to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas HEMSWORTH Esq of this city
LC1768908NPMHENCHYMaryMissThis day, Mr. Darby REDDIN, of Irish-town, Merchant, to Miss Mary Henchy of the Nunnery, an accomplished young Lady, with a handsome fortune
LC1782114NPMHENDRICKJohnEsqLast Saturday, at John HENDRICK's Esq; on Ormond Quat,Thomas WOLFE of Blackhall in the Co. Kildare, Esq; to the widow HENDRICK
LC1782114NPMHENDRICK WidowLast Saturday, at John HENDRICK's Esq; on Ormond Quat,Thomas WOLFE of Blackhall in the Co. Kildare, Esq; to the widow HENDRICK
FJ1844109NPMHENNESSYThomasMrOn the 2d inst, at the Wesleyan chapel, Thurles, Mr Thomas HENNESSY, merchant, aged sixty years, to Ann, aged twenty, daughter of Mr Joshua LYSTER of Thurles. The bride's father and the bridegroom were born on the same night
LC1785228NPSHENNESSY MrCork, Feb. 24. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Abel HARRIS, eldest of ten children of Mr. Michael HARRIS, anvunfortunate gentleman confined some years for debt in South Gaol, coming out of a ship he belonged to, on the South Mall, fell into the river, where he remained for some time till by the exertions of some other sailors he was taken up, without any appearance of life, but through the very great attention of Doctors HARRIS, and BAGNELL, and the humanity of Mr. HENNESSY, who received him into his lime and salt works, he was after much difficulty brought to life, though not yet out of danger. This misfortune is an increase to the woes afflicting his unfortunate family, he being a very promising young man,in whom his ill-fated parents hoped to find as assistant to mitigate their sorrows.
BNL1738303NPMHENRYHughEsqYesterday Henry BELLINGHAM Esq was married to Miss HENRY, daughter of the late Hugh HENRY Esq; a very eminent banker, a Lady of great Beauty, Merit, and a very large Fortune
Pue'sO1739301NPMHENRYHughEsqYesterday Henry BELLINGHAM Esq was married to Miss HENRY daughter of Hugh HENRY Esq an eminent Banker of this city ...
Pue'sO1740726NPMHENRYHughEsqOn Tuesday last Loftus JONES of Ardnaglass in the co Sligoe Esq was married to Miss HENRY daughter of Hugh HENRY Esq an eminent banker, ...
FJ1764407-10NPDHENRYHughEsqIn Sackville Street Mrs BELLINGHAM, relict of [Henry] _ BELLINGHAM of Castle Bellingham in the Co Lowth Esq and daughter of the late Hugh HENRY Esq
LGA18171202NPSHENRYJohn (a Black) Friday last, the following convicts were sent off from our jail for Cork, thence to be transported to Botany Bay— Thomas RIEDY, for assulting a dwelling house; John HENRY, (a black) for horse stealing; Michael HASSETT, and Michael M'MAHON for burglary. There yet remains fourteen persons under sentence of transportation in the County and City jails. [Note Peter Mayberry's database has John HENEY transported on the Earl St Vincent (1) native of West Indies born 1798 arriving in 1818 for a life sentence]
BNL1738303NPMHENRYMargaretMissYesterday Henry BELLINGHAM Esq was married to Miss HENRY, daughter of the late Hugh HENRY Esq; a very eminent banker, a Lady of great Beauty, Merit, and a very large Fortune

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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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