King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 35

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

List of newspapers and where they might be found

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


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

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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WMT J1827823NPDFITZGERALDWilliamEsqAt Demerara, Edward, son of Wm. Fitzgerald, Esq. of Limerick.SdeM
FJ1825910_ bNPMFITZGERALDWilliam VeseyRt Hon MPOn the 7th inst, by special licence, at Mrs GRADY's house in Lower Mount St,by the Rev & Lord Edw CHICHESTER, the V Rev the dean of Kilmore son to Rt Hon James FITZGERALD & bro to the Rt Hon Wm Vesey FITZGERALD MP for Clare, to Eliza GRADY daughter of the late Standish GRADY Esq of Elton, in the co Limerick. The clerk of St Peter's parish attended with the books of the registry of the marriage.NickR
WMT J1825915NPDFITZGERALDWilliam VesseyEsq MPIn Merrion-street, Maurice Fitzgerald, Esq., brother of the Right Honourable James Fitzgerald and uncle to William Vessey Fitzgerald, Esq., M.P. SdeM
LGA18181023NPMFITZGERALDWindham MRevThis 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 , EsqNickR
WMT J18281106NPSFITZGERALD CaptLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J1825519NPSFITZGERALD DrCOLONEL FITZGERALD. With much pleasure we have to announce the arrival in this town, on the 5th inst. to the great joy and suprise of his family, Colonel Laurence Fitzgerald, son to the late Doctor Fitzgerald, and brother to our respected townsman Gerald Fitzgerald, Esq. after an absence from his native country, of thirty-five years. He early adopted the profession of arms, and about the age of fifteen, joined the Irish regiment of Ultona, in the Spanish service, then commanded by his uncle and officered by his brother and other near relatives; ... SdeM
FJ1818415NPDFITZGERALD Duke of LeinsterOn the 8th inst, at Penzance in Cornwall, Emily Countess of Bellamont after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian piety and resignation. This amiable lady was sister to his Grace the late Duke of Leinster and aunt to the present Duke and also second cousin to his Excellency Earl TALBOT.NickR
LH18311121NPMFITZGERALD Duke of LeinsterIn France, the Rev H DALTON, of St John's, Wolverhampton, to Sophia Geradine, daughter of Lord E FITZGERALD and first cousin to the Duke of LeinsterNickR
Longford J1839202NPDFITZGERALD Duke of LeinsterJanuary 26, at the mansion house of his Grace the Duke of Leinster, Carton, Mr. John Dillon, for many years Comptroller of his Grace's establishment. FitzgeraldSdeM
WMT J18271227NPDFITZGERALD Lt QMAt Camptee, Lieutenant and Quarter Master Fitzgerald, 41st Regiment.SdeM
LC18261129NPSFITZGERALD MrSteeple Chase—We have to apprise our sporting readers that the County Limerick Fox-Hunting Club has been challenged and will run for Thursday, the 30th instant—Four Miles—to start at two, p. m. from Athalacca spire, over Cloghan Hill, and Ballygibbs-house, to the Hill of Kilmallock—Mr. CRIPPS's Bacchus, rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; Mr. BEVAN's M_At-all, rode by owner; Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy-the-Beau, rode by ——. From the known celebrity of the horses, a desparate contest is expected. Another race over the same ground will take place between Mr. CROFTS and Mr. SHERLOCK.NickR
LC18261202NPSFITZGERALD MrSporting Extraordinary.— The celebrated Steeple Chase for the Kilmallock fox hunting cup was run for on Thursday last, by Mr. BEVAN's Mr. Astall, rode by owner; Mr. CRIPPS;s Bacchus, (the holder of the cup,) rode by Mr. FITZGERALD; and Mr. Holmes O'CONNELL's Billy the Beau, rode by Mr. STEPHENSON. This was a closely contested race from Athlacca spire to past Clogher-hill, when Mr. BEVAN shot past his antagonistson the deep ground, and beat them home to Kilmallock in a very easy but gallant style—in fact, Mr. BEVAN had it all his own way the last miles. The other race between Mr. SHERLOCK and Mr. CROFTS for 50l. was won by Mr. S. after a closely contested race.NickR
WMT J1823925NPDFITZGERALD MrsOn Friday, at Ballincoola Glebe, in the County Limerick, the Lady of John Fitzgerald, Esq., M.D.SdeM
WMT J1826302NPDFITZGERALD MrsOn the 15th inst. at Rynn, in the Queen's County, Mrs. Fitzgerald, relict of the late Right Hon. Robert Fitzgerald, Knight of Kerry.SdeM
FJ1860626NPMFITZGERALD MrsLong noticeNickR
WMT J18251201NPDFITZGERALD PrimateIn Gloucester-street, on the 15th inst., Mrs. K. Brady, relict of the late Captain Brady, of the 21st Dragoons and first cousin of the late Lord Clare, and Primate FitzGerald. SdeM
FJ1825910_bNPMFITZGERALD V Rev Dean of KinmoreOn the 7th inst, by special licence, at Mrs GRADY's house in Lower Mount St,by the Rev & Lord Edw CHICHESTER, the V Rev the dean of Kilmore son to Rt Hon James FITZGERALD & bro to the Rt Hon Wm Vesey FITZGERALD MP for Clare, to Eliza GRADY daughter of the late Standish GRADY Esq of Elton, in the co Limerick. The clerk of St Peter's parish attended with the books of the registry of the marriage.NickR
LGA1812710dNPSFITZGERALD WidowA few nights ago the house of Widow FITZGERALD at New Birmingham TIP was attacked and broken into by a part of misguided wretched who fired several shots in their progress. The rev Mr COOTE an active and spirited magistrate hearing the report of arms left his house with a musket and hastened to bring a military party to the spot – but on their arrival the villians had escaped. It does not appear that any property was taken from the widow FITZGERALDNickR
LEP-CS1830209NPSFITZGERALD  An Irish labourer, named HANLEY, alias TRACEY, is committed from Hatton Garden Police-office, London, charged with the murder of John QUINLAN at the fair of Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick, last March. He was identified by a brother-in-law of the deceased, name FITZGERALD.NickR
LGA1818929NPSFITZ-GERALDPatrickRev< href="james_bennett.htm">Election of James BENNETT as coroner of LimerickNickR
LC1825420NPDFITZ-GERALD ColLately, at Great Elm, in England, the Rev. Robert BLAKENEY, grandson and last in the male line of the late Lord Blakeney. The large estates of Thomastown and Mounrt-Blakeney, near Kilmallock, are now disputed by many collateral relations; it is supposed Colonel FITZ-GERALD, the late High Sheriff of the County Cork, will succeed in right of his wife.NickR
LC18101205NPSFITZGIBBINMaurice Committed—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
WMT J18241014NOMFITZGIBBONHarriet On the 7th instant, at Kilpeacon Church, county Limerick, Captain Henry Foster, of the Royal Horse Artillery, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Thomas Gibbon Fitzgibbon, Esq., of Ballyseeda, grand-daughter to Sir Henry Osborne, Bart., and niece of the Earl of Carysfort.SdeM
LGA1815127NPSFITZGIBBONJames 

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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WMT J18251201NPDFITZGIBBONJohnEarl of ClareIn Gloucester-street, on the 15th inst., Mrs. K. Brady, relict of the late Captain Brady, of the 21st Dragoons and first cousin of the late Lord Clare, and Primate FitzGerald. SdeM
LC17771225NPAFITZGIBBONJohnMrTo be let from the 25th of March, next, for such term as shal be agreed upon, the lands of Ballycullane, formerly held by Mr. Michael HOAR, and now by his undertenants, containing 212A. 28P. as also the lands of Tralouse, containing 89A. 3R. both plantation measure, and now in the possession of Mr. John FITZGIBBON; those Grounds lie within four miles of Charleville, one of Kilmallock, and three of Bruff; there is a good dwelling House on each of those Farms, and some labourers Cabbins. Proposals in writing will be received by Mrs. SMYTH at Ballintrea, near Youghall; notwithstanding a report propergated, there has not, nor will there be a promise of preference made any person, but to the highest and best bidder, and tenants declared the 1st February. This to be continued one month. Dec. 1.NickR
LGA1819723NPSFITZGIBBONJohn Committals
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To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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LGA18101204NPSFITZGIBBONMaurice Committed.
  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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LEP-CS1833201NPSFITZGIBBONRichardCol the HonOn the recommendation of Col. The Hon. Richard FITZGIBBON, Lieutenant of this county, the Lord Chancellor has enrolled Jon STUDDART, Eyre EVANS, jun. and Thomas T. ADAMS, Esq. in the Commission of the Peace for the County of LimerickNickR
LGA1807707NPAFITZGIBBONThomasEsq... Limerick Races postponed to Friday 7 August – Thomas FITZGIBBON & John CROKER Esqrs StewardsNickR
LGA1820512NPSFITZGIBBONThomas GibbonEsqSaturday last, the following gentlemen, were elected a committee of the Limerick Club for the ensuing year:--
Lt-Gen O'MEARA, Thomas Gibbon FITGIBBON, Edward CROKER, John BROWN, John VEREKER, Rt Worshiful Joseph GABBETT, Mayor, Capt WALLACE, Col. MONSELL, Collector WALLER, Dr HARDING, John LEE, Heffernan CONSADINE, Capt. HEMMINGS, Poole GABBETT, and George SEXTON, Esqrs
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WMT J18241014NOMFITZGIBBONThomas Gibbon On the 7th instant, at Kilpeacon Church, county Limerick, Captain Henry Foster, of the Royal Horse Artillery, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Thomas Gibbon Fitzgibbon, Esq., of Ballyseeda, grand-daughter to Sir Henry Osborne, Bart., and niece of the Earl of Carysfort.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPBFITZGIBBON Hon MrsOn the 12th instant, in Belgrave-square, London, the Hon. Mrs. Fitzgibbon, of a daughter.SdeM
LGA1818313NPSFITZGIBBON MrAssizes intelligenceNickR
LC1824218NPSFITZ-GIBBONJohnRevDispute over burial in St John's ChurchyardNickR
FJ1860211NPMFITZHERBERTGeraldine February 6, at Bath, C Maynard WOLFE, Esq Capt RA, to Geraldine, younger daughter of Robert F FITZHERBERT, Esq, of Ravenscourt Park, HammersmithNickR
FJ1860211NPMFITZHERBERTRobert FEsqFebruary 6, at Bath, C Maynard WOLFE, Esq Capt RA, to Geraldine, younger daughter of Robert F FITZHERBERT, Esq, of Ravenscourt Park, HammersmithNickR
WMT J18241111NPMFITZMAURICECastilianne John H. Palmer, Esq. of Rush Hall, in the Queen's County, to Castilianne, fourth daughter of Harman Fitzmaurice, Esq. of Arditagle, in the same County.SdeM
LGA1820411NPMFITZMAURICEHarmanEsqIn Carlow, Charles TISDALL, Esq. of Dublin, to Susanna, fifth daughter of Harman FITZMAURICE, Esq. of Spring Hill, Queen's co.NickR
FJ1820412NPMFITZMAURICEHarmanEsqOn the 3rd inst, in Carlow, Charles TISDALL Esq of this city to Susanna fifth daughter of Harmon FITZMAURICE, Esq of Spring Hill in the Queen's countyNickR
WMT J18241111NPMFITZMAURICEHarmanEsqJohn H. Palmer, Esq. of Rush Hall, in the Queen's County, to Castilianne, fourth daughter of Harman Fitzmaurice, Esq. of Arditagle, in the same County.SdeM
WMT J18291210NPMFITZMAURICEJamesEsqAt Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford.SdeM
WMT J1828710NPDFITZMAURICEJohn LEsqIn Tralee, the relict of the late John L. Fitzmaurice, Esq.SdeM
LGA1820411NPMFITZMAURICESusannaEsqIn Carlow, Charles TISDALL, Esq. of Dublin, to Susanna, fifth daughter of Harman FITZMAURICE, Esq. of Spring Hill, Queen's co.NickR
FJ1820412NPMFITZMAURICESusanna On the 3rd inst, in Carlow, Charles TISDALL Esq of this city to Susanna fifth daughter of Harmon FITZMAURICE, Esq of Spring Hill in the Queen's countyNickR
FJ1790705NPDFITZMAURICE MrsIn England in her 78th year, at Hagley Park, the seat of her brother the Rt Hon Lord WESTCOTE, Mrs FITZMAURICE widow of John FITZMAURICE of Springfield Castle Co Limerick Esq. This lady was the youngest daughter of Sir Thomas LITTLETON and sister of theNickR
WMT J1824422NPDFITZPATRICKCorneliusEsqOn the 16th instant, in High-street, Wexford, aged 93 years, Cornelius Fitzpatrick, Esq. Mr. Fitzpatrick served in the army under George II, at the battle of Dettingen, and witnessed on that memorable occasion, the remarkable step taken by Lord Stair, in depriving the impetuous monarch of the command, and placing him under an arrest, till the day was decided. To the last moment he preserved his faculties unimpaired.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDFITZPATRICKHughEsqOn the 20th instant, at Glasgow, Hugh, younger son of the late Hugh Fitzpatrick, Esq., of Capel-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPDFITZPATRICKHugh (jun) On the 20th instant, at Glasgow, Hugh, younger son of the late Hugh Fitzpatrick, Esq., of Capel-street, Dublin.SdeM
LC18321013NPDFITZPATRICKJEsqAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq, Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
LH18321015NPDFITZPATRICKJEsqAt the residence of her brother-in-law, J FITZPATRICK Esq Relngas, Morayshire, Lucy Anne DREW, daughter of the late John DREW Esq and the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS, and niece to the Earl of DunmoreNickR
LC1785912NPAFITZPATRICKJoseph Lamber DREW
Begs leave to inform the Publick, that his Flour, Tanned Leather, and Rape Oil, continue to be sld as usual, at his shop, next house to Bow-lane, Limerick, by Joseph FITZPATRICK, who will make it his study to give every Encouragement to those who are pleased to favor him with their custo.
Scariff, Sept. 12, 1785
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WMT J1828612NPDFITZPATRICKPierceEsqAt his seat Ballymacarberry, County Waterford, in the 78th year of his age, Pierce Fitzpatrick, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18291119NPDFITZPATRICKRichardHonOct. 22, at her residence in Paris, aged 80 years, regretted by all who knew her, Anne Baroness de Robeck. Her Ladyship was daughter of the late Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick, and first cousin of the late Earl of Upper Ossory.SdeM
WMT J18291119NPDFITZPATRICK Earl of Upper OssoryOct. 22, at her residence in Paris, aged 80 years, regretted by all who knew her, Anne Baroness de Robeck. Her Ladyship was daughter of the late Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick, and first cousin of the late Earl of Upper Ossory.SdeM
FJ1859311NPDFITZPATRICK Rt Rev DrRev. Peter HAMILLNickR
WMT G1835122NPBFITZROY(nee PIGOT)LadyLady Henry Fitzroy, daughter of the late Admiral Pigot.SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDFITZROYHenryLadyIn Lower Brook-street, London, Lady Henry Fitzroy.SdeM
WMT J1828619NPDFITZROYHenryLordIn May Fair, London, on Saturday, Lord Henry Fitzroy, one of the Prebends of Westminster.SdeM
WMT G1835122NPBFITZROYHenry Lady Henry Fitzroy, daughter of the late Admiral Pigot.SdeM
Longford J1840314NPBFITZROY Earl of EustonMarch 9, at the Earl of Euston's, in Grosvenor-place, the Lady Mary Phipps, of a son. SdeM
WMT J1824513NPDFITZSIMMONSJohn BurkeEsqAt his house, Serpentine-avenue, on Friday, the 7th instant, after three days' illness, John Burke Fitzsimmons, Esq. for many years a Magistrate of the County of Dublin. The rebellion of 1798 called into action the zeal and loyalty of Mr. Fitzsimmons, who, on many occasions, distinguished himself for intrepidity, as a member of Mr. Beresford's cavalry. He subsequently raised a corps of Yeomanry at Sandymount, which he continued to command down to the time of its being disembodied. As a public character, Mr. Fitzsimmons was well known. He was remarkable for his zeal and attachment to the Constitution in Church and State, to both of which he was a most able and efficient supporter.SdeM
WMT G1835226NPDFITZSIMONChristopherEsq M POn the 14th instant, at Glancullen, Henry O'Connell, third son of Christopher Fitzsimon, Esq., M.P.SdeM
WMT G1835430NPBFITZSIMONChristopherEsq M POn the 13th instant, at Glancullen, the lady of Christopher Fitzsimon, Esq., M.P., for the County of Dublin, of a son.SdeM
WMT G1835226NPDFITZSIMONHenry O'Connell On the 14th instant, at Glancullen, Henry O'Connell, third son of Christopher Fitzsimon, Esq., M.P.SdeM
LEP-CS1832131NPMFITZSIMONSJohnEsqIn Cork, John FITSIMONS, Esq to Rebecca the daughter of Robert Grove WHITE of that cityNickR
WMT J1829414NPMFITZSIMONSNicholasEsqNicholas Fitzsimons, Esq. of Castlewood, King's Co. to Catherine, second daughter of John Power, Esq. of Harcourt-street, Dublin.SdeM
LEP-CS1833108NPSFITZWILLIAM Earl FitzwilliamMary CASEY, a helpless widow, aged 87 years, living at Blackditch, County Wicklow, in a letter to the Editor of the Register, writes in the following heart-bursting strain:—
  "Having a cabin and about sixty perches of ground, (which was formerly a gravel quarry,) being a gratuity from Earl Fitzwilliam, no clergyman ever demanded tithe of me, until Archdeacon MAGEE served me with a subpoena for 3s. 4ód. and threatens to take the blanket from my bed!" (What will "Blanket" STANLEY say to this?)
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WMT J1834417NPDFLAHERTYBridget At Clonakilty, Bridget, second daughter of the late Hugh Flaherty, Esq., of Killarney.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPDFLAHERTYHughEsqAt Clonakilty, Bridget, second daughter of the late Hugh Flaherty, Esq., of Killarney.SdeM
LC1773208NPSFLAHERTYPatrick Committed ... By Edward CROKER, Esq; Patrick FLAHERTY of Cashel Mason, charged with breaking open the house of Elizabeth and Margaret PRATT of Ballyvorlane with intent of carrying away the said Margaret and stealing two guns and a halabet out of said hseNickR
WMT G1835129NPMFLANAGANEliza On Thursday last, in Killeagh Church, by the Rev. Robert Battersby, Mr. W. Riggs, of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. James Flanagan, of Moate.SdeM
WMT G1835205NPMFLANAGANEliza On the 22d ult., at Kileagh Church, by the Reverend Robert Battersby, William Riggs, Esq., of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of James Flanagan, Esq., of Moate, in the county Meath.SdeM
WMT G1835205NPMFLANAGANJamesEsqOn the 22d ult., at Kileagh Church, by the Reverend Robert Battersby, William Riggs, Esq., of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of James Flanagan, Esq., of Moate, in the county Meath.SdeM
WMT G1835129NPMFLANAGANJamesMrOn Thursday last, in Killeagh Church, by the Rev. Robert Battersby, Mr. W. Riggs, of Castlepollard, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. James Flanagan, of Moate.SdeM
WMT J18241007NPDFLANAGANNicholasEsqOn the 26th ult. in Ardee, aged 29 years, sincerely lamented, Nicholas Flanagan, Esq.SdeM
LGA1819723NPSFLANIGANJohn Committals
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To the County Gaol
By John EVANS, Esq. James LYNCH, and John FLANIGAN, taking forcible possession; John FITZGIBBON, cow stealing.—By J. WHICKHAM, Esq. James COSTELLO, rescue.—By Henry BEVAN, Esq. John HOGAN, rape.— By Geo. W. HODGES, Esq. Pat. DOYLE, burglary in arms.—By Geo. VINCENT, Esq. Michael HAYES and Mary CASEY, sheep stealing.—By — Chatterton COOK, Esq. Robert HOLMES, murder and robbery.
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LHMA1789601NPDFLANNAGHANJohn Last Saturday, at Corbally, John FLANNAGAN, aged 102 years, and never a week of illness till within this month.NickR
WMT J1827208NPMFLATTRYEdwardEsqAt Ranelagh, Mr. Maguire, to Sarah, relict of the late Edward Flattry, of Banagher, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827208NPMFLATTRYSarahMrsAt Ranelagh, Mr. Maguire, to Sarah, relict of the late Edward Flattry, of Banagher, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDFLEETWOODElizabethMrsAt Killany Lodge, County Tipperary, Elizabeth, wife of James Fleetwood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825421NPMFLEETWOODHEsqOn the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDFLEETWOODJamesEsqAt Killany Lodge, County Tipperary, Elizabeth, wife of James Fleetwood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPMFLEETWOODPenelope In London, the Rev. Charles Porter, Fellow of Cains, Cambridge, third son of the late Dr. Porter, Lord Bishop of Clogher, to Penelope, eldest daughter of the late Robert Fleetwood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPMFLEETWOODRobertEsqIn London, the Rev. Charles Porter, Fellow of Cains, Cambridge, third son of the late Dr. Porter, Lord Bishop of Clogher, to Penelope, eldest daughter of the late Robert Fleetwood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825421NPMFLEETWOODSarah On the 7th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. N.B. Mahaffy, Howard Dowker, Esq., Captain in the Hon. East India Company's service, to Sarah, third daughter of H. Fleetwood, Esq., Mount Pellier Parade.SdeM
WMT G1835618NPMFLEMINGAdamMrOn Monday week, at Langdale, by the Rev. Owen Lloyd, Mr. Adam Fleming, to Miss Eve Fleming. This is the first marriage celebrated at Langdale Chapel, and it is singular enough that the parties should have been called Adam and Eve.SdeM
WMT J18271115NPDFLEMINGAlexanderMrOn Saturday, in Limerick, Mrs. Catherine Fleming, relict of Mr. Alexander Fleming, twenty-nine years Quartermaster and Deputy Paymaster of his Majesty's 7th Dragoon Guards.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDFLEMINGArchibaldEsqOn the 7th instant, of apoplexy, Archibald Fleming, Esq., of Carrowkeel, County Sligo.SdeM
WMT J1827830NPDFLEMINGBrowne JacksonLtAt Calcutta, Lieut. Browne Jackson Fleming, of the Commissariat Department.SdeM
WMT J18271115NPDFLEMINGCatherineMrsOn Saturday, in Limerick, Mrs. Catherine Fleming, relict of Mr. Alexander Fleming, twenty-nine years Quartermaster and Deputy Paymaster of his Majesty's 7th Dragoon Guards.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPSFLEMINGChristopherMrROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND.
NOTICE.
Mr. Christopher Fleming, A.B., son of James Fleming, Esq., Boardstown,
County of Westmeath, having been solemnly and publicly examined on two several days, has been found qualified to practice Surgery, and to be elected a Member of this College.
By Order of the Court of Examiners,
JAMES HENTHORN, Secretary.
Dublin, 4th Sept. 1824.
SdeM
LGA1809120NPAFLEMINGDavid SAYERS v FLEMINGS} Sheriff's sale The Sale of Lower Sunville in this cause, is adjourned to Monday next. B. PLUMMER, Sheriff. Jan 20,NickR
LGA1809203NPAFLEMINGDavid Sherriff's sale — Co. Limerick
Edward SAYERS, Attorney, Plaintiff, David & Patrick FLEMING, Defendants}
Pursuant to his Majesty's Writ of Fieri Factas, to me in this cause directed. I will on Saturday the 21st inst. Set up and sell by public cant, at St Francis's Abbey, in said County, the defendants interests in the lands of Mottlestown, siezed by me under said writ— Dated this 17th Jan. 1808. B. PLUMMER
This sale has been adjourned to the 28th inst.
This sale has been adjourned to the 4th Feb.
B. PLUMMER, Sheriff.
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WMT G1835618NPMFLEMINGEveMissOn Monday week, at Langdale, by the Rev. Owen Lloyd, Mr. Adam Fleming, to Miss Eve Fleming. This is the first marriage celebrated at Langdale Chapel, and it is singular enough that the parties should have been called Adam and Eve.SdeM
WMT J1829806NPMFLEMINGHenryEsqJune 30, at Longford Church, by the Rev. Charles Minchin, Henry Fleming, Esq., of Athlone, to Sophia, youngest daughter of Thomas Slemmon, Esq. of Longford.SdeM
WMT J1824506NPDFLEMINGJEsqOn the 23d ult. in Londonderry, J. Fleming, Esq., aged 65 years, upwards of 30 of which he was one of the Landwaiters of that port.SdeM
WMT J1824401NPAFLEMINGJamesEsqTO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
ON THE FAIR GREEN
OF MULLINGAR,
On the Sixth Day of April next, at the Hour of One o'Clock, by order of the Executors of the late George Burroughs, Esq.
TWO SUPERIOR
BROOD MARES, ...For further particulars apply to James Fleming, Esq., Boardstown, Mullingar: or Mr. Lyster, 31, Dame-street, Dublin. March 31, 1823.
SdeM
WMT J1833815NPDFLEMINGJamesEsqOn the 7th inst., at Boardstown, in the 18th year of her age, Mary, daughter of James Fleming, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPSFLEMINGJames ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND.
NOTICE.
Mr. Christopher Fleming, A.B., son of James Fleming, Esq., Boardstown,
County of Westmeath, having been solemnly and publicly examined on two several days, has been found qualified to practice Surgery, and to be elected a Member of this College.
By Order of the Court of Examiners,
JAMES HENTHORN, Secretary.
Dublin, 4th Sept. 1824.
SdeM
FJ1770726NPMFLEMINGMaryMissArthur GORE of Seaview Co Wicklow, Esq to Miss Mary FLEMING daughter of Robert FLEMING of Achonry Co Sligo EsqNickR
WMT J1833815NPDFLEMINGMary On the 7th inst., at Boardstown, in the 18th year of her age, Mary, daughter of James Fleming, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDFLEMINGNicholasEsqMr. Nicholas Fleming, R.N. Midshipman, late of his Majesty's ship Ramillies, and second son of Nicholas Fleming, Esq., of Belvidere place, in the city of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDFLEMINGNicholasMidshipmanMr. Nicholas Fleming, R.N. Midshipman, late of his Majesty's ship Ramillies, and second son of Nicholas Fleming, Esq., of Belvidere place, in the city of Dublin.SdeM
LGA1809203NPAFLEMINGPatrick Sherriff's sale — Co. Limerick
Edward SAYERS, Attorney, Plaintiff, David & Patrick FLEMING, Defendants}
Pursuant to his Majesty's Writ of Fieri Factas, to me in this cause directed. I will on Saturday the 21st inst. Set up and sell by public cant, at St Francis's Abbey, in said County, the defendants interests in the lands of Mottlestown, siezed by me under said writ— Dated this 17th Jan. 1808. B. PLUMMER
This sale has been adjourned to the 28th inst.
This sale has been adjourned to the 4th Feb.
B. PLUMMER, Sheriff.
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FJ1770726NPMFLEMINGRobertEsqArthur GORE of Seaview Co Wicklow, Esq to Miss Mary FLEMING daughter of Robert FLEMING of Achonry Co Sligo EsqNickR
WMT J1828424NPDFLEMINGThomasMrOn the 21st inst. at Teresaville, near this town, Mrs. Fleming, wife of Mr. Thomas Fleming, a lady whose engaging manners and amiable disposition, rendered her the admiration of all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.SdeM
WMT J1828424NPDFLEMING MrsOn the 21st inst. at Teresaville, near this town, Mrs. Fleming, wife of Mr. Thomas Fleming, a lady whose engaging manners and amiable disposition, rendered her the admiration of all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.SdeM
LC1824703NPSFLEMING  A Serjeant and party of the 25th conveyed here, yesterday, seven out of the 15 convicts who escaped from Castlebar Jail, and another from Eunis, on their way to Cork, to be embarked for Botany Bay. The latter named FLEMING, was apprehended at the Fair of Spencil-hill, for picking pockets; he remained is Ennis Jail until Thursday, when he was about to be discharged, the convicts from Castlebar arrived, and the turnkey identified him as having escaped from prison, when he lay under rule of transportation ; he was instantly provided with clothes, and dispatched with his former associates on their way to Cork.
  On Monday, eighteen convicts under rule of transportation were transmitted from Carrick-fergus gaol, on their route to Cork, there to embark for New South Wales.
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WMT J18301014NPDFLEMMINGMabellaMrsIn Longford on the 4th inst., after a long and painful illness, which she bore with fortitude, Mabella, wife of Doctor Flemming.SdeM
WMT J18301014NPDFLEMMING DrIn Longford on the 4th inst., after a long and painful illness, which she bore with fortitude, Mabella, wife of Doctor Flemming.SdeM
LH1832702NPMFLEMYNGCathrine Coote On Friday, at St Thomas's church, Dublin, by the Rev Arthur GUINNESS, Edward Taylor DARTNELL Esq, eldest son of George DARTNELL Esq, of this city, to Catherine Coote, third daughter of the late Gilbert Henry FLEMYNG Esq of Lower Gloucester st, DublinNickR
LC1832702NPMFLEMYNGGilbert HenryEsqOn Friday, at St Thomas's church, Dublin, by the Rev Arthur GUINNESS, Edward Taylor DARTNELL Esq of this city to Katherine Coote, daughter of the late Gilbert Henry FLEMYNG Esq of lower Gloucester street DublinNickR
LH1832702NPMFLEMYNGGilbert HenryEsqOn Friday, at St Thomas's church, Dublin, by the Rev Arthur GUINNESS, Edward Taylor DARTNELL Esq, eldest son of George DARTNELL Esq, of this city, to Catherine Coote, third daughter of the late Gilbert Henry FLEMYNG Esq of Lower Gloucester st, DublinNickR
LC1832702NPMFLEMYNGKatherine Coote On Friday, at St Thomas's church, Dublin, by the Rev Arthur GUINNESS, Edward Taylor DARTNELL Esq of this city to Katherine Coote, daughter of the late Gilbert Henry FLEMYNG Esq of lower Gloucester street DublinNickR
LC1770329NPAFLENMarien (ow MINIGAN) Whereas Marien FLEN otherwise MINIGAM daughter to Michael MINIGAN of Aherheni, in the County of Clare farmer, has been lawfully married to William FLEN of Ballybrack in the County of Clare farmer, these are to give notice to the public, that no person by any authority whatsoever shall make farther attempt upon her as her marriage is to be proved by two cerdible witnesses, or else he will suffer the rigour of the law. March 22, 1770.NickR
LC1770329NPAFLENWilliam Whereas Marien FLEN otherwise MINIGAM daughter to Michael MINIGAN of Aherheni, in the County of Clare farmer, has been lawfully married to William FLEN of Ballybrack in the County of Clare farmer, these are to give notice to the public, that no person by any authority whatsoever shall make farther attempt upon her as her marriage is to be proved by two cerdible witnesses, or else he will suffer the rigour of the law. March 22, 1770.NickR
WMT G1835129NPDFLETCHERE CHon MrsOn the 17th instant, in Sussex-place, London, the Hon. Mrs. E.C. Fletcher.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMFLETCHERFrances On Thursday last, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, Mr. William Rigby of Suffolk-street, to Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert Fletcher, of this City.SdeM
WMT J18241223NPDFLETCHERJohn WynneMajAt King's House, Barbadoes, on the 24th Oct. of inflammation of the lungs, Major John Wynne Fletcher, Captain in the 4th (the King's Own) Regiment of Foot, and Aid de-Camp to the Commander of the Forces.SdeM
WMT J1823904NPMFLETCHERRobertMrOn Thursday last, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Mr. Mahaffy, Mr. William Rigby of Suffolk-street, to Frances, daughter of Mr. Robert Fletcher, of this City.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDFLETCHERRobertMrOn Saturday, the 7th instant, after a short illness, Mrs. Fletcher, relict of the late Mr. Robert Fletcher, of Merrion-avenue, co. Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPMFLETCHER LadyOn Tuesday, in London, Miss Mitchell, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Campbell Mitchell, niece to Lady Fletcher, of Ashley Park, and Lady Leith, to Lieutenant-Colonel Allen, of the late 23d Lancers.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDFLETCHER MrsOn Saturday, the 7th instant, after a short illness, Mrs. Fletcher, relict of the late Mr. Robert Fletcher, of Merrion-avenue, co. Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18281218NPMFLEURYCharlesRevOn the 13th inst. in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. J. Brownrigg, the Rev. Charles Fleury, of Holymount, County Mayo, to Emma, daughter of F. Baker, M.D. of Baggot-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1825721NPDFLINNAnneMrsOn Thursday, at the Manor, Waterford, Mrs. Anne Flinn, relict of Lieutenant Flinn, of the 74th Regiment. SdeM
LEP-CS1829313NPSFLINNJames see Rev Robert BOURKENickR
LEP-CS1829313NPSFLINNJohn see Rev Robert BOURKENickR
WMT J1825721NPDFLINN LtOn Thursday, at the Manor, Waterford, Mrs. Anne Flinn, relict of Lieutenant Flinn, of the 74th Regiment. SdeM
WMT G1835423NPDFLINTAnstrutherCaptOn the 10th of March, at Gibraltar, Captain Anstruther Flint, of the 68th Light Infantry, to Mary, second daughter of Quartermaster Macbeath, of the same Regiment.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMFLINTCSirOn the same day [20 isnst], at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, Captain Fane, of the Royal Navy, brother of John Fane, Esq., M.P. for Oxfordshire, and nephew to the Earl of Macclesfield, to Miss Flint, youngest sister of Sir C. Flint.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMFLINT MissOn the same day [20 isnst], at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, Captain Fane, of the Royal Navy, brother of John Fane, Esq., M.P. for Oxfordshire, and nephew to the Earl of Macclesfield, to Miss Flint, youngest sister of Sir C. Flint.SdeM
WMT J18271018NPMFLOODCatherine On Thursday, Thomas Mulhall, of Stephen's green, Esq., to Catherine, only daughter of Christopher Flood of Rathmines, in the county of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271018NPMFLOODChristopherEsqOn Thursday, Thomas Mulhall, of Stephen's green, Esq., to Catherine, only daughter of Christopher Flood of Rathmines, in the county of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835625NPMFLOODFMrOn the 8th instant, in St. Ann's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Hincks, Mr. F. Flood, to Mary, relict of the late Captain Hilton.SdeM
FJ1820320NPMFLOODFrancisEsqA few days ago, Francis FLOOD Esq of Brunswick Street, attorney to the agreeable and accomplished Mrs Ann BOYD, relict of the late Robert BOYD Esq of this cityNickR
WMT J1824205NPDFLOODFrederickSir BartAt Morrison's Hotel, Dawson-street, Sir Frederick Flood, Bart., many years Representative in Parliament for the county of Wexford. Sir Frederick was very far advanced in years, and is universally regretted by an extended circle of acquaintances. He was one of the senior King's Counsel, and we believe the oldest Bencher of the Honourable Society of King's Inns.SdeM
WMT J18271122NPMFLOODFrederickSir BartOn Tuesday, the 13th inst. at Tishany Church, the Rev. John Gustavus Handcock, Rector and Vicar of Tishany, and of Abbeyshrule, son of Richard Handcock of Athlone, Esq. and nephew of Viscount Castlemaine, to Frances Flood Jessop, eldest daughter of the late John Harword Jessop, Esq. of Doory Hall, in the County of Longford, and grand-daughter of the late Sir Frederick Flood, Bart.SdeM
WMT G1835305NPMFLOODFrederickSir BartOn the 25th ultimo, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. R. Jessop, Rector of Kilglass, in the county of Longford, Jane, youngest daughter of the late John Harward Jessop, Esq., of Doory-Hall, County of Longford, and of York-place, Portman-square, London, and grand-daughter of the late Sir Frederick Flood, Bart., to Matthew Thomas Derinzy, Esq., of Clobemon-Hall, County of Wexford. After the ceremony, the wedding party returned to Mrs. Jessop's house, in Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin, where a handsome collation was given, after which Mr. and [Mrs. De]rinzy left town in their travelling chariot, for Kingstown, on their way to England.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMFLOODHenryEsqAt St. Mark's Church, Dublin, Henry Flood, jun., Esq., eldest son of Henry Flood, Esq., of Paulstown Castle, County Kilkenny, to Fanny, second daughter of the late Humphry Evatt, of Mount-Louisa, County Monaghan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMFLOODHenry (jun)EsqAt St. Mark's Church, Dublin, Henry Flood, jun., Esq., eldest son of Henry Flood, Esq., of Paulstown Castle, County Kilkenny, to Fanny, second daughter of the late Humphry Evatt, of Mount-Louisa, County Monaghan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSFLOODRRevLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
WMT J18301118NPSFLOODRichardRevTHE CHURCH. We feel gratified in announcing to our readers the appointment of the Rev. Richard Flood to the Curacy of Templemichael, and the Rev. Sackville Lee his assistant, on the resignation of our late highly esteemed and indefatigable Curate, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin. The Rev. Mr. M'Clintock has been appointed Curate of Ballymacormick, in the room of the Rev. R. Flood. ...SdeM
WMT J1833509NPSFLOODRichardRevADDRESS. To the Rev. Richard Flood, Curate of Ballymacormick, late of Longford. ... understanding that you are about to emigrate to Canada ... Alexander Dudgeon Thomas Williams (Churchwardens)SdeM
WMT J1825623NPDFLOOD ColAt Clonakilty, of fever, the Lady of Thomas White, Esq., Barrackmaster of Clonakilty, and daughter of the late Colonel Flood, of Roundwood, in the Queen's County. SdeM
FJ18521122NPSFLOODENEleanor Fearful inundation at Balbriggan—Loss of life and Destruction of Property—NickR
LHMA17891130NPMFLOWERElizabethHonOn the 20th inst. In England, at lady Ashbrook's seat, near Farringdon, Berks, Francis WATERFORD, Esq. of Wiltshire, to the Honourable Elizabeth FLOWER, eldest daughter of the late Viscount AshbrookNickR
LHMA17891130NPMFLOWERWilliamViscount AshbrookOn the 20th inst. In England, at lady Ashbrook's seat, near Farringdon, Berks, Francis WATERFORD, Esq. of Wiltshire, to the Honourable Elizabeth FLOWER, eldest daughter of the late Viscount AshbrookNickR
LHMA17891130NPMFLOWER Lady AshbrookOn the 20th inst. In England, at lady Ashbrook's seat, near Farringdon, Berks, Francis WATERFORD, Esq. of Wiltshire, to the Honourable Elizabeth FLOWER, eldest daughter of the late Viscount AshbrookNickR
FJ18081217NPMFLOYDAnneMissAt New York, on the 13th of September, George Washington CLINTON Esq son of the Vice President of the United States, to Miss Anne FLOYD daughter of Gen FLOYD of the co OneidaNickR
WMT J1827802NPMFLOYDJohnEsqJohn Floyd, of Der-bridge, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth Porter, daughter of Mr. Thomas Porter, of Priestess, near Derg.SdeM
FJ18081217NPMFLOYD GenAt New York, on the 13th of September, George Washington CLINTON Esq son of the Vice President of the United States, to Miss Anne FLOYD daughter of Gen FLOYD of the co OneidaNickR
LGA1810824NPDFLOYD GenOn Tuesday last in Cork at the house of Gen FLOYD's, Mrs MORGEL relict of the late Crosbie MORGELL EsqNickR
WMT J1824603NPMFLUDEH REsqOn Saturday morning, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, H.R. Flude, Esq., to Susannah, second daughter of Isaac Barrington, Esq., of Westmorland street.SdeM
LC1783306NPDFLYNJohnMrLast night died William DONNELLAN, book-binder, a native of this City, who served his apprenticeship to Mr. John CHERRY. He has left a Wife with six children, the youngest of whom not three months old; the loss of such a man, whose labour supported a large family, may be felt but cannot be described. Such benevolent persons as are disposed to relieve them, are requested to send their benefactions to Mr. George HALLORAN, Mr. FERRAR, Mr. WATSON, or Mr FLYN.NickR
WMT G1835226NPDFLYNMary JosephMrsMrs. Mary Joseph Flyn, Foundress of the Presentation Convent, Doneraile.SdeM
LGA18111224NPDFLYNWEsqThursday morning, aged 71 years, W. FLYN, Esq. formerly proprietor of the Hibernian Chronicle, commenced by him in 1769, under the auspices nd support of the first literary characters of that city.NickR
LC18251116NPSFLYNNMary 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.NickR
LEP-CS1830226NPSFLYNNMaurice 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 J18291119NPDFOCKAnneBaroness de RobeckOct. 22, at her residence in Paris, aged 80 years, regretted by all who knew her, Anne Baroness de Robeck Fock. Her Ladyship was daughter of the late Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick, and first cousin of the late Earl of Upper Ossory.SdeM
WMT J1827208NPDFOGARTYJ EdwardEsqIn Drogheda, in the 64th year of his age, J. Ed. Fogarty, Esq., apothecary, deeply lamented by his numerous family and friends.SdeM
WMT J1827215NPDFOGARTYJ EdwardEsqIn Drogheda, in the 64th year of his age, J. Ed. Fogarty, Esq., apothecary, deeply lamented by his numerous family and friends.SdeM
LC1827314NPDFOGARTYJamesEsqAt Thurles, aged 60 years, James FOGARTY, Esq.NickR
LC1827314NPDFOGARTYMichaelEsqAt Cabra Castle, near Thurles, Michael FOGARTY, Esq. late Purser of the Royal Navy.NickR
WMT J18231023NPMFOLDSElenor Robert Darlington, of William-street, Esq., to Elenor, daughter of Wm. Folds, of Great Strand-street, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231023NPMFOLDSWilliamEsqRobert Darlington, of William-street, Esq., to Elenor, daughter of Wm. Folds, of Great Strand-street, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825407NPDFOLEYJohnEsqAt Park, near Ennis, John Foley, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMFOLEYThomasAdmiral SirAt St. Thomas's Church, Portsmouth, Lieutenant-Colonel Napier (who was gazetted as a dead man, "killed" at the battle of Corunna), to Mrs. Alcock, widow of the late Captain Alcock, R.N., and niece to the late Admiral Sir Thomas Foley, G.C.B.SdeM
WMT J1828911NPDFOLEYThomas (sen)EsqAt Lismore, Thomas Foley, sen., Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835514NPMFOLINGSBYThomas GrueberEsqOn Tuesday last, at Belvidere, Aberdeen, by the Rev. Abercromby Lockhart Gordon, Thomas Grueber Folingsby, of Belfast, Esq., to Christine, eldest daughter of Robert Catto, Esq., of Belvidere.SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMFOLLIOTTGeorgina On the 1st instant, at Cheltenham, the Rev. James R. Pears, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, to Georgina, youngest daughter of the late John Folliott, of Hollybrook, County Sligo, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835115NPMFOLLIOTTJohnEsqOn the 1st instant, at Cheltenham, the Rev. James R. Pears, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, to Georgina, youngest daughter of the late John Folliott, of Hollybrook, County Sligo, Esq.SdeM
FJ1781120-23NPDFOORD MrsAt Mount Brown, Mrs FOORD wife to Abraham FOORD Esq of LimerickNickR
FJ1766104-08NPDFOORDENicholasEsq, eldAt Limerick Nicholas FORDE, the elder EsqNickR
WMT J18271115NPMFOOTC Elizabeth The Rev. Wm. Magee, son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, to C. Elizabeth Foot, daughter of the late Jeffrey Foot, of Hollypark, Esq.SdeM
FJ1861601NPMFOOTEleanor Letitia May 30, in Booterstown Church, Francis Homan BERRY Esq youngest son of the late Capt Malborough P BERRY of the 3rd Buffs, to Eleanor Letitia, second daughter of Simon FOOT Esq Avoca Road, Blackrock, co DublinNickR
WMT J1828807NPDFOOTGeoffery At Leamington aged thirty-three, Geoffery, son of Lundy Foot, of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
LC1768815NPMFOOTGeorgeEsqCork, August 11, This day was married at Christchurch, by the Rev Dean GOLDSMITH, George FOOT, Esq; of Ballydaniel, to Miss Martha NEWMAN, daughter of Adam NEWMAN, EsqNickR
WMT J18261116NPMFOOTJamesEsqOn the 6th instant, at Marylebone Church, Regent's Park, James Foot, Esq. of Suffolk-street, Pall-mall, to Letitia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward Berclay Glascock, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPDFOOTJefferyEsq Ald (Dublin)On the 2d inst. at his house in Leeson-street, in the 62d year of his age, Jeffery Foot, Esq. of Hollypark, an Alderman of the city of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18271115NPMFOOTJeffreyEsqThe Rev. Wm. Magee, son of his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, to C. Elizabeth Foot, daughter of the late Jeffrey Foot, of Hollypark, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1828807NPDFOOTLundyEsqAt Leamington aged thirty-three, Geoffery, son of Lundy Foot, of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
LGA18191126NPMFOOTMary The Rev John B DREW to Mary youngest of Col FOOT of Millfory, MallowNickR
FJ1861601NPMFOOTSimonEsqMay 30, in Booterstown Church, Francis Homan BERRY Esq youngest son of the late Capt Malborough P BERRY of the 3rd Buffs, to Eleanor Letitia, second daughter of Simon FOOT Esq Avoca Road, Blackrock, co DublinNickR
Longford J1840321NPMFOOTSimonRevMarch 17, at Termonfeekin, the Rev. Simon Foot, of Glenaghy, county of Armagh, to Frances Margaret, 2d daughter of the Rev. John Kerr, Rector of Termonfeekin, in the county Louth. SdeM
FJ18441011NPMFOOTSusanna Drew On the 3d inst, at Buttervant, Joseph Henry ROGERS Esq sub-inspector of constabulary to Susanna Drew daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
LGA18131228NPMFOOTThomas WadeEsqThursday morning, in Cork, Thomas Wade FOOT, Esq, to Mrs BEAMISHNickR
FJ18441011NPMFOOTThomas WadeEsqOn the 3d inst, at Buttervant, Joseph Henry ROGERS Esq sub-inspector of constabulary to Susanna Drew daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
WMT J18231023NPMFOOTWilliamMrA few days since, in the Church near Annadale, County Leitrim, Mr. Wm. Foot, Methodist Preacher, to Miss Catherine Slack, daughter of the late Launcelot Slack, Esq.SdeM
LGA18191126NPMFOOT ColThe Rev John B DREW to Mary youngest of Col FOOT of Millfory, MallowNickR
LEP-CS1831909NPSFOOTEGeorge WEsqThe Sheriffs of Cork (Sir Thomas DEANE, and George W. FOOTE, Esq.,) have presented a richly designed silver cup to Joseph GARDE, Esq., Mayor of that City, for his urbanity on office.NickR
FJ18191124NPMFOOTEMary Anne On the 18th inst, at Kilshannick church, co Cork, the Rev John Browning DREW to Mary youngest daughter of Colonel FOOTE of Milfort, MallowNickR
LC1824414NPDFOOTESamuel William COOKE, Esq.— This Gentleman, who had long been known in former literary circles, died on Saturday, at an advanced age, at his house in Halfmoon Street, Piccadilly. He was born in Cork, which city he left in the year 1766. He wrote "The life of Macklin the Actor", with a "History of the Stage during the Life of that Performer;" also, "The life of the celebrated wit, Samuel FOOTE," with whom, as well as with MACKLIN, he was on intimate terms.London PaperNickR
FJ18191124NPMFOOTE ColOn the 18th inst, at Kilshannick church, co Cork, the Rev John Browning DREW to Mary youngest daughter of Colonel FOOTE of Milfort, MallowNickR
FJ18441231NPMFOOTTAnne On the 24th of December, at Glanmire church, Richard Henry ROGERS Esq eldest son of the late Rev Henry ROGERS to Anne second daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOTT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
LS18411125NPDFOOTTMary Mary widow of Col. FOOTT, of Milfort, co CorkNickR
FJ18441231NPMFOOTTThomas WadeEsqOn the 24th of December, at Glanmire church, Richard Henry ROGERS Esq eldest son of the late Rev Henry ROGERS to Anne second daughter of the late Thomas Wade FOOTT Esq of Springfort House, co CorkNickR
LS18411125NPDFOOTT ColMary widow of Col. FOOTT, of Milfort, co CorkNickR
WMT J1824909NPSFORBESGeorgeEarl of GranardThe Right Hon. the Earl of Granard has resigned the Colonelcy of the Longford Militia, and Lord Viscount Forbes has been appointed to the command thereof.SdeM
WMT J1831818NPDFORBESGeorgeEarl of GranardAt Forth-Hill, in this county, on the 22d ultimo, Mr. William Scott, aged 85 years, who for many years maintained an unblemished character, as a faithful Steward, to the Earl of Granard George Forbes.SdeM
FJ18381210NPMFORBESHughCaptAt Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
LS18381211NPMFORBESHughCaptAt the Garrison Chapel, Ballincollig, Capt Hugh FORBES half pay 45th Regt, to Sara Grace, third daughter of the late John COLE Esq of CorkNickR
Longford J1839622NPDFORBESJamesLtOn the voyage from Calcutta, for the recovery of his health, Lieutenant James Forbes, 13th Light Infantry.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPMFORBESJamesRevOctober 26, by special license, at Melbourne, Port Philip, New South Wales, by the Rev. James Forbes, Dr. Clarke, of Furlong, to Sarah, second daughter of the late William Rawson, Esq., of the county of Wicklow.SdeM
WMT J1824219NPMFORBESSarah At Pretsbury, Gloucestershire, on Tuesday, 10th February, the Rev. Samuel Thomas Roberts, of Ravindon, Rector and Vicar of the Union of Michel, in the County of Kilkenny, to Sarah, daughter of the late Sir William Forbes, Bart., Craigeivar, Aberdeenshire.SdeM
FJ1781904-06NPMFORBESThomas Mr Thomas FORBES of Artane, County Dublin to Miss Catherine CROKER of Abbey streetNickR
WMT J1824219NPMFORBESWilliamSit BtAt Pretsbury, Gloucestershire, on Tuesday, 10th February, the Rev. Samuel Thomas Roberts, of Ravindon, Rector and Vicar of the Union of Michel, in the County of Kilkenny, to Sarah, daughter of the late Sir William Forbes, Bart., Craigeivar, Aberdeenshire.SdeM
WMT J1827607NPDFORBES Countess of GranardAt Paris, at an advanced age, universally and sincerely regretted, the Right Hon. the Countess of Granard Forbes. Her remains are daily expected to arrive in this country on its way to the family vault, at Newtown Forbes.SdeM
WMT J18251027NPMFORBES Earl of GranardFIRE AT CASTLEFORBES.- We regret to state that a portion of Castleforbes, the ancient residence of the Earl of Granard [Forbes], was destroyed yesterday morning by fire ... SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDFORBES Gen Lord ForbesOn the 25th ultimo, of apoplexy, while dancing at a ball given by the Grand Duke of Tuscany, in the Pitti Palace, at Florence, the Honorable Lieutenant-Colonel Forbes, of the Coldstream Guards, eldest son of General Lord Forbes.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDFORBES Hon Lt-ColOn the 25th ultimo, of apoplexy, while dancing at a ball given by the Grand Duke of Tuscany, in the Pitti Palace, at Florence, the Honorable Lieutenant-Colonel Forbes, of the Coldstream Guards, eldest son of General Lord Forbes.SdeM
WMT J1825324NPDFORBES Maj-GenOn Saturday, at the house of her father, Major-General Forbes, Chapel-street, London, Eliza, his second daughter, and wife of Major Terry, 25th Regiment.SdeM
WMT J18321011NPMFORBES Viscount ForbesMarried on Thursday last at Knockdrin Castle, the seat of Sir R. Levinge, Bart. by the Rev. Dr. Crawford, Vicar General of the diocese of Ardagh, the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Forbes, to Frances Mary, only daughter of - Terirtt, Esq. of Chilton Hall, Suffolk.SdeM
WMT J1833815NPBFORBES Viscountess ForbesAt Chilton Hall, Suffolk, Viscountess Forbes of a son and heir.SdeM
WMT J1826914NPSFORBES  At a Meeting of the Board of Superintendence, held at the Gaol of Longford, on Saturday, the 9th of September, 1826, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin having this day handed in his resignation as Local Inspector, Resolved - That the same be accepted, and that we express to him our regret at losing so valuable and efficient an officer; and we beg to offer him our warmest thanks for the zeal and ability with which he discharged the various and important duties of that Office, during a period of so many years. Resolved - That Mr. Vance Williams, of Longford, be appointed temporary Local Inspector, in the room of the Rev. C.H. Minchin, resigned. Signed, FORBES, Chairman.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPMFORDCatherine On the 6th ult. Robert Cox, Esq. second eldest son of John Cox, Esq. late of the City of Waterford, to Catherine Ford, relict of the late Thomas Ford, Esq. of Wexford.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMFORDRichard Richard, son of Mr. Spencer Ford, late of the city of Cork, to Miss Bolton of Ennis, in the county Clare, one of our much-admired actresses of the Theatre Royal, Hawkins's-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231009NPMFORDRichard Richard, son of Spencer Ford, late of the City of Cork, Esq., to Miss Bolton, one of the most accomplished and fascinating actresses of the Theatre Royal, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231009NPMFORDSpencerEsqRichard, son of Spencer Ford, late of the City of Cork, Esq., to Miss Bolton, one of the most accomplished and fascinating actresses of the Theatre Royal, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPMFORDSpencerMrRichard, son of Mr. Spencer Ford, late of the city of Cork, to Miss Bolton of Ennis, in the county Clare, one of our much-admired actresses of the Theatre Royal, Hawkins's-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18231211NPMFORDThomasEsqOn the 6th ult. Robert Cox, Esq. second eldest son of John Cox, Esq. late of the City of Waterford, to Catherine Ford, relict of the late Thomas Ford, Esq. of Wexford.SdeM
Longford Msgr1837210NPDFORDEJamesEsqJanuary 23, at Raughlan, Lurgan, aged 67, James Forde, Esq., universally regretted.SdeM
WMT J1826921NPDFORDEMary Anne Mary Anne, wife of Matthew Forde, of Seaford, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1826921NPDFORDEMatthewEsqMary Anne, wife of Matthew Forde, of Seaford, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835423NPBFORMANG EEsqOn the 9th instant, the lady of G.E. Forman, Esq., surgeon of his Majesty's ship, Excellent, of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J18291210NPDFORRESTALJohnMrNov. 28, at Ballyshanon, county of Wexford, Mr. John Forrestal, of 75, Dame-street.SdeM
WMT J18281218NPMFORRESTEREliza Diana At New York, Eliza Diana, daughter of the late Dr. Robert Forrester, of Abbey-street, Dublin, to William, youngest son of Thomas Fannan, of Rathmines, in the County of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18281218NPMFORRESTERRobertDrAt New York, Eliza Diana, daughter of the late Dr. Robert Forrester, of Abbey-street, Dublin, to William, youngest son of Thomas Fannan, of Rathmines, in the County of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
LEP-CS18301102NPSFORRESTERRobertEsqRobert FORESTER, Esq., of Valentia, Co. Kerry, lately shot a seal weighing thirty-one stone, and from which was extracted eighteen gallons of oil.NickR
WMT J1825922NPDFORRESTER MissIn this town, of a few days illness, in the bloom of youth, Miss Forrester, Teacher of young ladies. SdeM
Pue'sO17521024NPDFORSTER[nee FOWKE]MrsFriday last died Mrs FORSTER, wife of William FORSTER of Dunleer Esq, daughter of William FOWKE Esq Collector of Dublin and niece to the Rt Hon Lord Chief Justice SINGLETON whose death is much regretted on account of her many virtuesNickR
FJ1764721-24NPMFORSTERAliceMissA few days ago, Mr Henry GREEN of James's street to Miss Alice FORSTER of the co Cavan and niece of Mr Francis FORSTER of James's Street brewerNickR
FJ18211004NPMFORSTERAnn Jane In Leixlip church, Charles James ADAMS Esq of the Royal Navy to Ann Jane only daughter of the late William FORSTER Esq of Downstown co MeathNickR
FJ1848508NPDFORSTERAnna Maria On the 2d inst, at Coolderry, Anna Maria wife of Sir George FORSTER BartNickR
Pue'sO1754723NPMFORSTERAnneMissSame night, Mr Richard TINDALL, thread maker, was married to Miss Anne FORSTER daughter of William FORSTER, silk weaver in James's street, an agreeable young lady, with a handsome fortuneNickR
FJ1766118-21NPNFORSTERAnthonyLtPromotions on the Irish establishmentNickR
LGA18191001NPBFORSTERC JEsqAt Mansfieldstown, the seat of Thomas CUTHBERT Esq, the lady of C J FORSTER Esq of Ballymaloo of a son and heirNickR
FJ1819817NPMFORSTERCharlesEsqAt St George church, on Thursday morning, the 12th inst by the Rev Moore MORGAN the Rev William TOMES of Flintona, in the co Tyrone, to Mary Anne eldest daughter of Charles FORSTER Esq of Wicklow and late of Blessington St, DublinNickR
LEP-CS18301026NPDFORSTERCharlesEsqOn Thursday morning at his son's (the Rev Dr FORSTER's) house, in Mallow, Limerick at the advanced age of 82, Charles FORSTER Esq late of Gardiner St Dublin. His remains were on Saturday conveyed to Dublin for intermentNickR
LC1826906NPSFORSTERCharlesRevThe Bishop of Limerick has presented his Chaplain, the Rev. Charles FORSTER, to the Precentorship of Ardfert, County Kerry, void by the promotion of the Rev. F. JONES, to a portion of the living of Charleville.NickR
WMT J1827712NPMFORSTERCharles SEsqAt Swords, on the 5th inst., by the Hon. and Rev. Mr. Howard, Lieutenant Brady, of Brookville, County Dublin, to Lucinda Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Charles S. Forster, of Cumberland-street, Esq., Dublin.SdeM
LC1827627NPMFORSTERCharlotte Isabella At Baronstown Church, County Louth, the Rev Alexander Johnston MONTGOMERY, of Beauleau House, to Charlotte Isabella, only child of the late John FORSTER, of Tullaghea, County Monaghan, Esq and niece to the Rev Sir Thomas FORSTER, Bart.NickR
LC1785822NPDFORSTERChristopherMr.Mr. Christopher FORSTER, of Portlaw, in the county Waterford.NickR
FJ1826304NPDFORSTERDMrIn Bishop Street, on Wednesday last, at the advanced age of 88 years, Mr D FORSTERNickR
FJ1825822NPAFORSTERDavid David FORSTER watch, Clock and chonometer maker No 11, Parliament Street ...NickR
Pue'sO1753515NPDFORSTEREdwardEsqSaturday morning last died of the gout in his stomach at his lodgings in Fowner's street Edward FORSTER of Kilbricken in the co Clare EsqNickR
FJ17641127-01NPMFORSTEREdwardMrMr Edward FORSTER to the widow BLACKNickR
FJ1831604NPMFORSTEREleanor In Kilmainham Wood church, Joseph Francis HOPKINS Esq of Priorsland, co Louth, to Eleanor youngest daughter of the Rev T FORSTER of Kilmainham Wood, co MeathNickR
FJ1816103NPDFORSTERForster HillEsqOn Staturday last at Barbaville, co Westmeath, of an apoplexy, Forster Hill FORSTER Esq aged 72 years of Forest, co DublinNickR
FJ1768423-26NPSFORSTERFrancisEsqJohn MADDEN Esq and his family, Francis FORSTER Esq Mess COMERFORD, SIDEBOTHAM, FORBES, O'BRIEN and Mrs JONES sailed in the Lively, Williams, for ParkgateNickR

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William ALEXANDER  John Drew jr ATKIN  Part 02
John Thomas ATKIN  Anne BANKS  Part 03
Joseph BANKS  Edward BATTY  Part 04
Espine BATTY  Edward BENNET  Part 05
Eliza BENNET  E BERNEY  Part 06
Maria BERNEY  James S BLACKER  Part 07
Stewart BLACKER  Thomas BOND  Part 08
Thomas BOND  Mary BOYD  Part 09
Robert BOYD  John BRINKLEY  Part 10
John BRINKLEY  Edward BULLER  Part 11
BULLER   BYRNE  Part 12
Francis BYRON  Parker CARROLL  Part 13
Robert Franklin CARROLL  Charles CHAMBERLAIN  Part 14
Charles CHAMBERLAIN  Crosbie Morgell CHRISTIAN  Part 15
Douglas CHRISTIAN  Jane CLOSE  Part 16
John F CLOSE  Teresa COMERFORD  Part 17
John (Jun) COMINS  Charles COOTE  Part 18
Charles COOTE  Mary COOTE  Part 19
Mary COOTE  Robert COX  Part 20
Samuel COX  [John Wilson] CROKER  Part 21
[Margaret Anne] CROKER  Elizabeth Jane CROKER  Part 22
Elizabeth Vowel (nee COX) CROKER  John CROKER  Part 23
John CROKER  Thomas CROKER  Part 24
Thomas CROKER  Anne CUMBERLEGE  Part 25
CUMBERLEGE  Basil Lukey DAVOREN  Part 26
Basil D'AVOREN  Eliza D'ESTERRE  Part 27
H D'ESTERRE  Simon DONOVAN  Part 28
Theodosia Cavendish DONOVAN  Francis Barry DREW  Part 29
Francis Lambert DREW   DREW  Part 30
DREW  John ECHLIN  Part 31
John ECHLIN  Eliza EVANS  Part 32
Eliza EVANS  David FERGUSON  Part 33
Eliza FERGUSON  William FITZGERALD  Part 34
William FITZGERALD  Francis FORSTER  Part 35
Francis FORSTER  Richard FRIZELLE  Part 36
FRODSHAM  John GEORGE  Part 37
GEORGE  Thomas GOGGIN  Part 38
Thomas GOGGIN  William Francis GRAHAM  Part 39
William Thomas GRAHAM  Mary GREENE  Part 40
Molesworth GREENE  H HAILY  Part 41
G HALAHAN  Thomas HARDING  Part 42
Thomas HARDING  William HAY  Part 43
William HAY   HEWETSON  Part 44
HEWETSON  Lydia Cambridge (nee MACGOWAN) HODGSON  Part 45
George Frederick HODSON  John HOPKINS  Part 46
Joseph Francis HOPKINS  P HUNT  Part 47
Phineas HUNT  Simon Bunbury ISSAC[SIC]  Part 48
David Wilson IVERS   JOINT  Part 49
William JOLLY  David KELIHER  Part 50
Larn KELIHER  Matilda KIFT  Part 51
Thomas KIFT  Catherine Anne LAMB  Part 52
Vincent LAMB   LAW  Part 53
LAW  John LEE  Part 54
John LEE   LEIGH  Part 55
LEIGH  Alicia Mary LLOYD  Part 56
Anna LLOYD  Hugh LYLE  Part 57
Hugh LYLE  Thomas Perceval MAGEE  Part 58
Thomas Perceval MAGEE  Simon MARSHALL  Part 59
William MARSHALL  Patrick MATHEWS  Part 60
Patrick MATHEWS  William MAYNARD  Part 61
William MAYNARD  James MEDGE  Part 62
C Dowling MEDLICOT  Frances MITFORD  Part 63
William Vernon MITFORD  Elizabeth Shewbridge MONTGOMERY  Part 64
George MONTGOMERY  Mary MORRIS  Part 65
Oliver MORRIS  Denis MYERS  Part 66
James MYLES  Sarah Frances NORTH  Part 67
NORTH  Thomas O'DELL  Part 68
Thomas O'DELL  David O'MALLEY  Part 69
Margaret O'MALLY  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 70
Thomas PAKENHAM  John PEACOCKE  Part 71
John PEACOCKE  David PERSE  Part 72
Francis PERSE  Marianne PILKINGTON  Part 73
Nicholas PILKINGTON  Catherine PRICE  Part 74
Charles PRICE  Richard RAVENSCROFT  Part 75
Francis RAWDON-HASTINGS  Theodosia RICE  Part 76
Theodosia (nee PERY) RICE  William ROCHE  Part 77
William ROCHE  Ambrose Lynch RUSH  Part 78
Francis Ffrench RUSH  William RYVES  Part 79
William RYVES  William SCOTT  Part 80
William SCOTT  James Coote SHUTER  Part 81
John SHUTER   SMITH  Part 82
SMITH  John STANHOPE  Part 83
Charlotte STANLEY  Richard Henry STRONG  Part 84
D STRUTHERS  Mary SWAN  Part 85
Mary SWAN   TANDY  Part 86
TANDY  Power le Poer TENCH  Part 87
TENCH  Philip TOUHY  Part 88
Philip TOUHY  G W TYRRELL  Part 89
George TYRRELL  Cadwallder WADDY  Part 90
Cadwaller WADDY  Robert WALLACE  Part 91
Sarah WALLACE  John jun WEEKES  Part 92
Nathaniel WEEKES  Richard WHITE  Part 93
Richard WHITE  Benjamin WILSON  Part 94
Benjamin WILSON  William WILSON  Part 95
William WILSON  John WOULFE  Part 96
John WOULFE    Part 97

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