King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 66

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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LC1824218NPSMORRISOliverMrYesterday, the body of Mr. Oliver MORRIS, millwright, of Clonmel, was found at Little Kilrush, in the North Liberties, where it was washed in by the flood on that morning. It appeared by an Inquest held by the Mayor, that the deceased was blown by the storm into the river, near the City Gaol, on New Year's night. His money and papers, which he had at the time of the misfortune, were got in his possession, and handed to his family.NickR
WMT J1825127NPMMORRISRichardMrOn the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Latouche, Mr. Robert Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, in the County Wexford.SdeM
WMT J1825203NPDMORRISRichardMrOn the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, Mr. R. Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, Co. Wexford.SdeM
WMT J1825210NPMMORRISRichardMrOn the 21st inst. in St. Ann's Church, Mr. R. Galbraith, of Johnston's-place, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard Morris, of Ballycanew, Co. Wexford.SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPDMORRISRobertMrCork: Opposite the Corn-Market, Mrs MORRIS, and yesterday Mr. Robert MORRIS, her husbandNickR
WMT J1823925NPMMORRISSamuelEsqIn St. Mary's Church, Samuel Morris, Esq., to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. John Grange, of Kilmullin, County Wicklow.SdeM
WMT J18271129NPSMORRIS ColPAVING BOARD. Major Edgeworth RETIRES from the Paving Board. Alderman Smyth is to be the Chief, Mr. Hickman Kearney the third, Commissioner. This arrangement, which gives general satisfaction, was exclusively anticipated by the "Patriot" some months since. Major Edgeworth is to be Governor of the House of Industry - the office from which Colonel Morris, the present Second Commissioner of Paving was advanced. We have no doubt that Major Edgeworth will give every satisfaction in the situation to which he is now appointed.-"The Patriot".SdeM
LGA1818508NPAMORRIS Mr
To be let
Together or in two divisions,
From the 25th of March last,
For such Terms as may be agreed upon, that part of the lands of
Brisheen,
Near Kilmallock, containing between Eighty and ninety acres, as lately held by
Mr. Michael ROCHE.
  Proposal addressed to Lord Viscount Gort, will be received by Mr. MORRIS, at Limerick or Gort
April 10, 1818
NickR
WMT J18261228NPMMORRISONArthurEsqOn Saturday, the 16th inst. in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Charles Bardin, Robert, only son of Arthur Morrison, Esq. of Dawson-street, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Joshua Kearney, Esq. of Henry-street.SdeM
LEP-CS18321023NPDMORRISONJeremiahEsqIn Kilmallock, County Limerick, much regretted, Jeremiah MORRISON, Esq.NickR
LC1810718NPDMORRISONOwenEsqOn Friday last, at his father's, at Riversdale, in this county, Robert MORRISON, Esq; son of Owen MORRISON, Esq.NickR
LGA1812421NPDMORRISONOwenEsqAt his seat, Riversdale, near Kilmallock, in this co, in an advanced age, Owen MORRISON EsqNickR
LC_LM1774310NPMMORRISONRebeccaMissMr. Isaac MORGAN, to Miss Rebecca MORRISON.NickR
LC1810718NPDMORRISONRobertEsqOn Friday last, at his father's, at Riversdale, in this county, Robert MORRISON, Esq; son of Owen MORRISON, Esq.NickR
WMT J1834403NPDMORRISONRobertMrAt Carrickfergus, on the 20th inst., Mr. Robert Morrison, saddler.SdeM
WMT J18261228NPMMORRISONRobert On Saturday, the 16th inst. in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Charles Bardin, Robert, only son of Arthur Morrison, Esq. of Dawson-street, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Joshua Kearney, Esq. of Henry-street.SdeM
WMT J1829414NPMMORRISSONAnneMissIn Booterstown Church, near Dublin, Mr. William Crooke to Miss Anne Morrisson, both of Enniskillen.SdeM
WMT G1835423NPDMORRISSONCatherine On the 11th instant, at an advanced age, Catherine, wife of Alderman Morrisson.SdeM
LEP-CS1829310NPMMORRISSONJohnEsqAt John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev. John FITZ-GIBBON, Thomas SARGENT of Kilfinnane, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of the late John MORRISSON, Esq. of Rivers-Field, county Limerick.NickR
LEP-CS1829310NPMMORRISSONMary At John's Church, Limerick, by the Rev. John FITZ-GIBBON, Thomas SARGENT of Kilfinnane, Esq. to Mary, only daughter of the late John MORRISSON, Esq. of Rivers-Field, county Limerick.NickR
WMT G1835423NPDMORRISSON AldOn the 11th instant, at an advanced age, Catherine, wife of Alderman Morrisson.SdeM
FJ1848908NPMMORROGHEdwardEsqOn the 5th inst, at Glanmire, in the co Cork, Croker SMYTH Esq, barrister-at-law, only son of the late Wm. SMYTH, of Ballylin, in the co of Limerick, Esq, to Martha Mary, youngest daughter of Edward MORROGH, of Glanmire in the co Cork, EsqNickR
FJ1848908NPMMORROGHMartha Mary On the 5th inst, at Glanmire, in the co Cork, Croker SMYTH Esq, barrister-at-law, only son of the late Wm. SMYTH, of Ballylin, in the co of Limerick, Esq, to Martha Mary, youngest daughter of Edward MORROGH, of Glanmire in the co Cork, EsqNickR
LC18261104NPMMORROGHMary In Cork, William AHEARNE, of Bishopstown, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Walter MORROGH, EsqNickR
LC18261104NPMMORROGHWalterEsqIn Cork, William AHEARNE, of Bishopstown, Esq. to Mary, eldest daughter of Walter MORROGH, EsqNickR
WMT J1830225NPSMORROWHEsqNEW SHERIFFS. Sir Hugh Crofton, Bart., has been sworn in High Sheriff for the county of Longford. H. Morrow, Esq., has been appointed deputy.SdeM
Longford J1839126NPSMORROWHughEsqRichard M. Fox, Esq., of Foxhall, has been sworn in High Sheriff of the County of Longford, and Hugh Morrow, Esq., his Under-Sheriff, at Dublin Castle, on Friday.SdeM
Longford J1840201NPSMORROWHughEsqSamuel Galbraith, Esq., of Summer-hill, Dublin, was on Wednesday sworn in High Sheriff of the county of Longford; and Hugh Morrow, Esq., was at the same time sworn in his Sub-Sheriff. SdeM
Longford J1839615NPDMORROWRobertEsqJune 10, at Corraboola, the residence of his brother, in this county, Robert Morrow, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824715NPMMORTONAliciaMissOn the 4th instant, at Drumina Church, county Cavan, James Garvin, Esq., of Ballyhaise, eldest son of Joshua Garvin, Esq., of this city, to the accomplished Miss Alicia Morton, only daughter of J. Morton, Esq., of Belturbet.SdeM
WMT J1824722NPDMORTONAliciaMissAt Drumina Church, County of Cavan, James Garvin, Esq., of Ballyhaise, eldest son of Joshua Garvin, Esq., of Dublin, to Miss Alicia Morton, only daughter of John Morton, Esq., of Belturbet.SdeM
WMT J1824715NPMMORTONJEsqOn the 4th instant, at Drumina Church, county Cavan, James Garvin, Esq., of Ballyhaise, eldest son of Joshua Garvin, Esq., of this city, to the accomplished Miss Alicia Morton, only daughter of J. Morton, Esq., of Belturbet.SdeM
WMT J1824722NPDMORTONJohnEsqAt Drumina Church, County of Cavan, James Garvin, Esq., of Ballyhaise, eldest son of Joshua Garvin, Esq., of Dublin, to Miss Alicia Morton, only daughter of John Morton, Esq., of Belturbet.SdeM
Longford J1839309NPMMORTONJohnMrAt Moydow Church, this week, Mr. John Morton, to Susanna, daughter to Mr. Black, of Keel.SdeM
WMT J1832202NPMMORTONLewes Hawkes Jan. 19, Lewes Hawkes Morton, of Bogwood, county Roscommon, Esq., to Charlotte Newcomen, of Clonahard, in the county Longford.SdeM
Longford J18391109NPMMORTONLewis HawksEsqNovember 6, at Kilgiffin Church, by the Rev. William Beech, Henry Edward, eldest son of Surgeon M'Manus, of Longford, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Lewis Hawks Morton, Esq., of Bogwood, county Roscommon.SdeM
Longford J18391109NPMMORTONMargaret November 6, at Kilgiffin Church, by the Rev. William Beech, Henry Edward, eldest son of Surgeon M'Manus, of Longford, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Lewis Hawks Morton, Esq., of Bogwood, county Roscommon.SdeM
Longford J1839608NPMMORTONPierceEsqJune 1, in St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Robert Thompson, Rector, Navan, Pierce Morton, Esq., of Kilsacrott, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late James Somerville, Esq., of Ross, county of Meath.SdeM
LC_LM1774317NPMMORTONSarahMiss[Dublin] Mr Daniel DICKSON, Breeches-maker, to Miss Sarah MORTON, both of the people called QuakersNickR
FJ18561002NPSMORTONTheophilus Mysterious DeathNickR
WMT J1824826NPMMOSELYCharlotte At Marylebone Church, London, Captain Rowley of the Royal Navy, second son of Sir William Rowley, Bart., M.P., to Charlotte, daughter of J. Mosely, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824826NPMMOSELYJEsqAt Marylebone Church, London, Captain Rowley of the Royal Navy, second son of Sir William Rowley, Bart., M.P., to Charlotte, daughter of J. Mosely, Esq.SdeM
FJ1859927NPMMOSSEHarriett September 21, at Odogh, Noblett StLeger CARTER Esq, second son of Samson CARTER Esq Elmville, co Kilkenny, to Henrietta, third daughter of the late John MOSSE Esq, Ballycontra House, in the same coNickR
FJ1859927NPMMOSSEJohnEsqSeptember 21, at Odogh, Noblett StLeger CARTER Esq, second son of Samson CARTER Esq Elmville, co Kilkenny, to Henrietta, third daughter of the late John MOSSE Esq, Ballycontra House, in the same coNickR
DWJ1749107NPN/SMOSSE DrLast week Dr MOSSE received from Thomas LOFTUS Esq £20 for the use of the Lying-in-HospitalNickR
WMT J1827823NPDMOSSOPStephenMrIn the 39th year of his age, Mr. Stephen Mossop, of Mecklenburgh-street, Seal Engraver, &c.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMMOSTYNGeorgeEsqCooper Armstrong, Esq., of Tullamore, in the county of Sligo, to Miss Mostyn, daughter of George Mostyn, Esq., of Crossmolina, county of Mayo.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMMOSTYN MissCooper Armstrong, Esq., of Tullamore, in the county of Sligo, to Miss Mostyn, daughter of George Mostyn, Esq., of Crossmolina, county of Mayo.SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMMOTTETEdwardCaptAt Pondicherry, Captain Edward Mottet, of H.H. the Nizam's service, to Miss Georgiana H. Fallofield.SdeM
WMT J1829402NPDMOULDSJohnEsqOn the 19th inst. at his residence, Rathmines, Co. Dublin, John Moulds, Esq., after a short illness, in his 68th year, leaving a large family and numerous circle of friends to lament his loss.SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMMOULTONAbrahamLtMay 28, Samuel Gore, third son of Mr. Samuel Downes, of Camden-street, to Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant Abraham Moulton, of the 23d Light Dragoons.SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMMOULTONElizabeth Ann May 28, Samuel Gore, third son of Mr. Samuel Downes, of Camden-street, to Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant Abraham Moulton, of the 23d Light Dragoons.SdeM
FJ1794807NPSMOUNSELL Mr jrFriday last, Mr MOU[N]SELL, jun of Tervoe near Limerick, made a demand upon the Mayor and Corporation of Limerick under Mandanus Bill for the freedom at large of that city as being the eldest son of a freeman. By this application, a right which has longNickR
WMT J1828619NPMMOUNTLaura Sarah In London, Francis Barlow, Esq., Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, to Laura Sarah, youngest daughter of the late William Mount, Esq. of Wasing, Berks.SdeM
WMT J1828619NPMMOUNTWilliamEsqIn London, Francis Barlow, Esq., Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, to Laura Sarah, youngest daughter of the late William Mount, Esq. of Wasing, Berks.SdeM
LC1769601NPDMOUNTGOMERY Mr[Cork] Last Friday on Tuckey-quay, Mr. MOUNTGOMERY, print-seller.NickR
LEP-CS1829421NPDMOUNTMORENCYWilliam RyvesSir BtAt Upper Court, county Kilkenny, aged 66, Sir Wm Ryves de MONTMORENCY Bt, the title is extinct.NickR
WMT J1827927NPDMOURE[SIC]CharlesMrIn his 79th year, Mr. Charles Moure[sic], of Ballyrea, near Kilkeel.SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDMOWATTGeorge SquireLtOn the 28th of April, at Canada, near Vizianogram, aged 21, Lieutenant George Squire Mowatt, of the 12th regiment Native Infantry.SdeM
WMT J18261026NPDM'OWENThomas Universally respected and regretted, Mr. Thomas M'Owen, of Dromnigh, near Balgriffin, in the county of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1829618NPMMOWLEStephen SayersCaptJune 9, in St. Paul's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Thomas Waggett, Captain Stephen Sayers Mowle, of the "Herald" steam-packet, to Miss Margaret Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. George Robinson, of Paul-street in said city.SdeM
WMT J18241104NPDMOYJohnMrAt his house, Fade-street, much regretted, Mr. John Moy, a truly honest man. His death has deprived a numerous acquaintance of a sincere friend.SdeM
FJ1844615NPDMOYLAN MrsOn the 8th inst at Carton, Mynooth, aged 45, Mrs MOYLANNickR
WMT G1835618NPBMOYSTON[SIC]Folliot ThorntonEsqAt her residence, Hermitage, the lady of Folliot Thornton Moyston[sic], Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
DEP1810503NPBM'QUADEBiddy On Tuesday last, at Vernon's Bridge, Biddy, the wife of Patrick M'QUADE, who was safely delivered of a boy and two girls, who with their mother are likely to do well. The same woman had twins last year, who are also living, and healthy fine children.NickR
DEP1810503NPBM'QUADEPatrick On Tuesday last, at Vernon's Bridge, Biddy, the wife of Patrick M'QUADE, who was safely delivered of a boy and two girls, who with their mother are likely to do well. The same woman had twins last year, who are also living, and healthy fine children.NickR
WMT J1830204NPMMRRev Jan. 23, by special license, at St. Peter's Church by the Rev. Mr. Ardill, James M'Cauley, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth Ingham.SdeM
WMT J1825217NPMM'SHEANThomas B.EsqOn Thursday last, at his house in Jervis-street, by the Rev. James Leyne, Chaplain to the Feinaiglian Seminary, Jervis-street, Thomas B. M'Shean, Esq. to Miss Daly, of Millmount, County of Limerick.SdeM
WMT J1823123NPDM'SWEENYDanielMrAfter a short illness, in his 58th year, Mr. Daniel M'Sweeny, of Eustace street Academy, author of the Key to Voster, Accountant's Guide, and other the works. SdeM
LC1827314NPDM'SWEENYEugeneMrsIn same town [Killarney], Mrs Eugene M'SWEENY.NickR
LHMA1789430NPDMUCKLERThomas [At Cork,] James MUCKLER, Archdeaken of Cloyne;NickR
FJ1847401NPSMULACHY  ATTEMPT TO SHOOT DARBY O'GRADY, ESQ., OF LINFIELD, COUNTY LIMERICKNickR
LC1796210NPMMULBRABDONJeremiahMrAt Tarbert, Jeremiah MULBRANDON, aged only 75, to the truly accomplished Miss Catherine O'SCANLAN, whose embarassment and bashfulness on so solemn an ocasion, could be better felt than described—her age being no more than 65 the 1st of January last.NickR
LS1838330NPSMULGRAVE LordSee Mr Thomas COOTE same dateNickR
WMT J18271018NPMMULHALLThomasEsqOn Thursday, Thomas Mulhall, of Stephen's green, Esq., to Catherine, only daughter of Christopher Flood of Rathmines, in the county of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
FJ1856124NPMMULHALLWRevJanuary 10, at the Church of St Andrew Westland Row, by the Rev W MULHALL, Mr John CROKER, of London, to Christina, youngest daughter of Mr P BRADY of this cityNickR
FJ18471202NPMMULHALLW JRevOn the 28th of November, in St Peter's church, by the Rev Richard STACK, and afterwards at the lady's residence Rathmines, by the Rev W J MULHALL, CC of St Andrew's, Westland row, Edward CHAPMAN Esq of Erne street, to Margaret youngest daughter of J DOYLE Esq of Grey Stones, co WicklowNickR
LC18271024NPSMULLAGHANMichael On Sunday morning, a man, of the name Michael MULLAGHAN, entered a house of ill fame, in New Bridwell Lane, Cork, kept by one Mary DENNY. A dispute ensued about a shilling, and in the affray he tore away a bedpost, with which he inflicted two desperate blows on the head of Mary DENNY; a most extensive fracture was the immediate consequence, and the unfortunate woman expired on the spot. The murderer fled, but was apprehended; he is a pensioner, and had been sergeant and schoolmaster in the 21st Regiment. Same day an inquest was held on the body, and a verdict of willful murder returned.NickR
LGA18071013NPMMULLANE MissThursday last ... morning, Mr Edward HOMAN of Kanturk to Miss MULLANE of CorkNickR
FJ18071014NPMMULLANE MissMr edward HOMAN of Kanturk, to Miss MULLANE of CorkNickR
WMT J1828214NPMMULLANIFFJamesEsqIn Longford, on the 30th ult., Owen Connor, Esq. to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Jas. Mullaniff, of Longford, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1828214NPMMULLANIFFMary In Longford, on the 30th ult., Owen Connor, Esq. to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Jas. Mullaniff, of Longford, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824325NPSMULLANIFF MrAt an early hour, on the morning of Tuesday last, an alarmimg fire broke out in Mr. Mullaniff's malt-house, in Longford, which threatened to destroy the whole premises, but by the vigilance of the inhabitants, aided by the veterans, and water being very convenient, the fire was quickly extinguished.- The damage done amounts to about £50.SdeM
FJ1826725NPMMULLENHarriett Ar Barbados, on the 11th of May last, Lt Henry CHAMBERLAIN of the Royal artillery to Harriet youngest daughter of Capt Robert MULLEN 1st Royal regt of FootNickR
WMT G1835129NPDMULLENJosephMrOn the 19th instant, in Templebar, Dublin, Mr. Joseph Mullen, printer.SdeM
FJ1826725NPMMULLENRobertCaptAr Barbados, on the 11th of May last, Lt Henry CHAMBERLAIN of the Royal artillery to Harriet youngest daughter of Capt Robert MULLEN 1st Royal regt of FootNickR
WMT G1835319NPDMULLIGANCatherineMrsOn the night of the 2d instant, Catherine, wife of the Rev. John Mulligan, Moira.SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMULLIGANJohnRevOn the night of the 2d instant, Catherine, wife of the Rev. John Mulligan, Moira.SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDMULLIGANStewartEsqAt his house, near Ballygawley, at an advanced age, Stewart Mulligan, Esq., for many years coroner of the County Tyrone.SdeM
LEP-CS18281205NPSMULLINSCatherine A melancholy circumstance occurred at Curraghclooney, within a mile of Clonmel.—Catherine MULLINS, a servant, was married on Saturday last, to Jeremiah HURLY; and on Monday, after breakfast, she went out, stripped off her clothes, and threw herself into a pond convenient to the house, where she was shortly after found a lifeless corpse. No reason has yet been assigned for the commission of this horrible act.NickR
Longford J1839608NPDMULLINSEleanorHonMay 31, at his residence, Blennerville, county of Kerry, in the 63d year of his age, Arthur Blennerhasset, Esq. Mr. Blennerhasset was third son of the late Sir Rowland Blennerhasset, Bart., of Churchtown, county of Kerry, and was married to the Hon. Eleanor Mullins, daughter of Baron Ventry, who survives him. As a gentleman and a magistrate he was universally esteemed.SdeM
LC1834927NPMMULLINSEllen Louisa At Cheltenham, William Lloyd PEACOCK, Esq, late Capt 36th Regt son of the late Thos G PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, in this co to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the late W MULLINS Esq of BarnstapleNickR
LEP-CS1833104NPDMULLINSFrederickHon RevAt Beaufort House, Kerry, after a long and severe illness, the Hon. and Rev. Frederick MULLINS, Rector of Killiny, and father of the Member for Kerry. [Frederick William MULLINS (died 17 March 1854)]NickR
FJ1801110NPMMULLINSFrederick FerriterHonAt Cork, the Hon Frederick Ferriter MULLINS to Miss CROKER of JohnstownNickR
LC_LM1774314NPSMULLINSJohn Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
LC1827414NPSMULLINSMichael Cork Assizes
...Michael MULLINS, for embezzlement, was acquitted, as his employer, William B. SWANN (recte SWAN), a pawn broker, was not licenced according to Act of Parliament...
NickR
CG HA1789309NPMMULLINSPeterEsqLimerick March 5. ... Last week, James KEANY, of Kilmallock, in this county Esq; to Miss MULLINS, daughter of Peter MULLINS, of Kildorrery, Esq.NickR
WMT J1824122NPDMULLINSThomasLord VentryAt his seat, Burnham-house, near Dingle, in the County Cork, [Thomas Mullins] Lord Ventry, having survived Lady Ventry about one year.SdeM
WMT J1824909NPDMULLINSThomasLord VentryAt her house in Killarney, aged ninety-five years, Mrs. Anne Crumpe, relict of the late Samuel Crumpe, of Barleymount, Esq. and sister to the late Right Hon. Lord Ventry.SdeM
LC1834927NPMMULLINSWEsqAt Cheltenham, William Lloyd PEACOCK, Esq, late Capt 36th Regt son of the late Thos G PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, in this co to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the late W MULLINS Esq of BarnstapleNickR
LC1793626NPSMULLINSW TEsqAbout three o'Clock last night two Expresses arrived from Dingle, which were immediately forwarded to Dublin; they are said to contain accounts of the most dreadful riots having happened in that town, on Sunday and Monday last, in which numbers of the army as well as the rioters were killed; and that the elegant mansion of W. T. MULLINS, Esq; was totally demolished.NickR
LC1793626NPSMULLINSW TMrs  Tralee, June 21. Wednesday Mrs. MULLINS arrived in town from Dingle, with a chest of deeds, papers, &c. To the value of 100,000l which she lodged in our Customs House, to secure them from the rage of the mob in Dingle. She solicited for a company of the of the 34th quartered here to be permitted to join the other company in Dingle; but her request would not be complied with, without an order from the Government.
  In the riot in Dingle last Sunday, the house of Mr. KEVANE was entered, and thereout taken and carried off 52 guineas.
  It is confidently asserted that the mob in Dingle amounted to 4,000.
NickR
Longford J1839608NPDMULLINS Baron VentryMay 31, at his residence, Blennerville, county of Kerry, in the 63d year of his age, Arthur Blennerhasset, Esq. Mr. Blennerhasset was third son of the late Sir Rowland Blennerhasset, Bart., of Churchtown, county of Kerry, and was married to the Hon. Eleanor Mullins, daughter of Baron Ventry, who survives him. As a gentleman and a magistrate he was universally esteemed.SdeM
WMT J1825127NPDMULLINS Lord VentryA few days ago, at Ballysallah, the Hon. Mrs. Hozier, and sister to the present Lord Ventry [Mullins].SdeM
WMT J18271213NPDMULLINS Lord VentryOn Friday, at the residence of her brother-in-law, Lord Ventry Mullins, Arabella, daughter of Sir John Blake, of Menlo Castle, county of Galway, Bart., to Sir Hugh Jame Moore O'Donnell, of Newport House, county Mayo, Bart.SdeM
CG HA1789309NPMMULLINS MissLimerick March 5. ... Last week, James KEANY, of Kilmallock, in this county Esq; to Miss MULLINS, daughter of Peter MULLINS, of Kildorrery, Esq.NickR
FJ1854203NPMMULLOCKEliza January 31, in Limerick, Richard WILSON jun Esq to Eliza daughter of John MULLOCK EsqNickR
FJ1854203NPMMULLOCKJohnEsqJanuary 31, in Limerick, Richard WILSON jun Esq to Eliza daughter of John MULLOCK EsqNickR
LEP-CS1829403NPAMULLOCK & SonThetis to QuebecNickR
FJ1857313NPDMULLOYC CooteRevMarch 10, at Victoria Lodge, Donnybrook, Coote MULLOR Esq eldest son of the Rev C C MULLOY, of Hughestown, in teh co of RoscommonNickR
FJ18271027NPMMULLOYCharlesRevOn the 24th inst in Clontarf chirch, by the Rev Charles MULLOY, Hugh eldest son of James CHAMBERS of Gardiners Row Esq to Hester second daughter of Coote MULLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon EsqNickR
FJ1858602NPMMULLOYCharlesRevJune 1, at St Mark's Church, by th Rev Eugene O'MEARA, assisted bt the Rev Coote MULLOY, cousin to the bridegroom, Coote Charles MULLOY Esq Copeland Groves, Iowa, US, second son of the late Rev Charles MULLOY, Colloony, co Sligo to Mary Penelope, third daughter of Francis WHITE EsqNickR
FJ18271027NPMMULLOYCooteEsqOn the 24th inst in Clontarf chirch, by the Rev Charles MULLOY, Hugh eldest son of James CHAMBERS of Gardiners Row Esq to Hester second daughter of Coote MULLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon EsqNickR
LC18271027NPMMULLOYCooteEsqIn Clontarf Church, Hugh CHAMBERS, Esq, of gArdiners Row, Dublin, to Hester, second daughter of Coote MULLOY, of Hughestown, County Roscomon, EsqNickR
FJ1842808NPDMULLOYCooteEsqOn the 5th inst at Clontarf, Coote MULLOY Esq of Harperstown, co Roscommon, High Sheriff of co LeitrimNickR
FJ1856312NPDMULLOYCooteEsqMarch 9, at Donnybrook, aged 64 years, Mary, relict of Coote MULLOY Esq of Hughstown, co RoscommonNickR
FJ1857313NPDMULLOYCooteEsqMarch 10, at Victoria Lodge, Donnybrook, Coote MULLOR Esq eldest son of the Rev C C MULLOY, of Hughestown, in teh co of RoscommonNickR
FJ1858602NPMMULLOYCooteRevJune 1, at St Mark's Church, by th Rev Eugene O'MEARA, assisted bt the Rev Coote MULLOY, cousin to the bridegroom, Coote Charles MULLOY Esq Copeland Groves, Iowa, US, second son of the late Rev Charles MULLOY, Colloony, co Sligo to Mary Penelope, third daughter of Francis WHITE EsqNickR
FJ1858602NPMMULLOYCoote CharlesEsqJune 1, at St Mark's Church, by th Rev Eugene O'MEARA, assisted bt the Rev Coote MULLOY, cousin to the bridegroom, Coote Charles MULLOY Esq Copeland Groves, Iowa, US, second son of the late Rev Charles MULLOY, Colloony, co Sligo to Mary Penelope, third daughter of Francis WHITE EsqNickR
FJ18271027NPMMULLOYHester On the 24th inst in Clontarf chirch, by the Rev Charles MULLOY, Hugh eldest son of James CHAMBERS of Gardiners Row Esq to Hester second daughter of Coote MULLOY of Hughstown, co Roscommon EsqNickR
LC18271027NPMMULLOYHester In Clontarf Church, Hugh CHAMBERS, Esq, of gArdiners Row, Dublin, to Hester, second daughter of Coote MULLOY, of Hughestown, County Roscomon, EsqNickR
FJ1856312NPDMULLOYMary March 9, at Donnybrook, aged 64 years, Mary, relict of Coote MULLOY Esq of Hughstown, co RoscommonNickR
WMT J1834410NPMMULOCKMary On Tuesday, the 1st inst., at Liss Church, King's County, by the Rev. J.P. Holmes, Edward Bewley, Esq., of Moate, County Westmeath, to Mary, second daughter of the late Thomas Mulock, of Kilnagarna, King's County, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.SdeM
WMT J1834410NPMMULOCKThomasEsqOn Tuesday, the 1st inst., at Liss Church, King's County, by the Rev. J.P. Holmes, Edward Bewley, Esq., of Moate, County Westmeath, to Mary, second daughter of the late Thomas Mulock, of Kilnagarna, King's County, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.SdeM
LH1832723NPDMULOCKThomas HomanEsqAt Bellair, in the King's co, the seat her uncle, Thomas Homan MULOCK, Esq Fanny daughter to Francis BERRY, Esq, TullamoreNickR
WMT J18261012NPDMULOCKWilliamEsqAt Ballinagore, in this county, William Mulock, Esq. universally and deservedly regretted.SdeM
LGA18191116NPSMULQUEENJohnRevInquest into the death of the Rev John MULQUEENNickR
LGA18191126NPSMULQUEENJohnRevCounty of Limerick Meeting
Just as this paper was putting to press, a numerous and respectable meeting of the County, assembled, pursuant to a call by the High Sheriff. The first resolution, we understand, was--- "Expressive of the abhorrence of the meeting at the murder of the late much lamented Rev. Mr. MULQUEEN," which was unanimously carried. The second-- "Was an address from the meeting to the Lord Leiutenant, expressive of their thanks for the promptitude with which he co-operated with them on the above melancholy event, in offering his Majesty's pardon, and a liberal reward."
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LGA18191109NPSMULQUEENYJohnRev
Another Murder!

  We regret to learn, just as we are putting to Press, that the Rev. John MULQUEENY, Parish Priest of Ballinvana, near Bruff, was shot dead on the road by those nightly villains, on his return to his dwelling last night.
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LGA18191228NPAMULQUINNYJohnRevReward for the murders of the Rev John MULQUINNYNickR
LGA1820107NPAMULQUINYJohnRevMurder and Reward ... £800 ... Rev John MULQUINY [victim] ... Chidley COOTE £11-7-6 ... Edward CROKER £11-7-6 ...NickR
LGA1820307NPSMULQUINYJohnRevThose accused of the murder of the Rev John MULQUINYNickR
LGA1811614NPAMULVIHILLCharles DROPPED,
Yesterday between Messrs. ROCHE's Bankand Shannon-street, Daniel MULVIHILL's Draft on Daniel O'GRADY, of Kildysart, county Clare, accepted at 91 days from the 11th instant.-- Indorsed by Dan. MULVIHILL, Charles MULVIHILL, and T O'BRIEN, for £36. Also John SINGLETON's Note to William WHEELER Jun. at 71 Days from the 10th instant;--Indorsed by W. WHEELER, for £34 2s. 6d.
If found by a respectable Person, it is requested they may be left at any of the Banks, or at the Office of this Paper; if by a poor Person, they shall be handsomely Rewarded by leaving them as above.
They can be of no use to any one as Payment is Stopped. Limerick, June 15.
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LGA1811614NPAMULVIHILLDaniel DROPPED,
Yesterday between Messrs. ROCHE's Bankand Shannon-street, Daniel MULVIHILL's Draft on Daniel O'GRADY, of Kildysart, county Clare, accepted at 91 days from the 11th instant.-- Indorsed by Dan. MULVIHILL, Charles MULVIHILL, and T O'BRIEN, for £36. Also John SINGLETON's Note to William WHEELER Jun. at 71 Days from the 10th instant;--Indorsed by W. WHEELER, for £34 2s. 6d.
If found by a respectable Person, it is requested they may be left at any of the Banks, or at the Office of this Paper; if by a poor Person, they shall be handsomely Rewarded by leaving them as above.
They can be of no use to any one as Payment is Stopped. Limerick, June 15.
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WMT G1835108NPBMUNCASTER Rt Hon LadyOn the 25th ultimo, in London, the Right Hon. Lady Muncaster, of a son.SdeM
FJ18431108NPMMUNDELLMary Ann On the 1st inst, at Milton Kent, William LEE Esq ... in the Royal Marines, to Mary Ann youngest daughter of Capt MUNDELL of the 69th RegtNickR
FJ18431108NPMMUNDELLSt JohnCaptOn the 1st inst, at Milton Kent, William LEE Esq ... in the Royal Marines, to Mary Ann youngest daughter of Capt MUNDELL of the 69th RegtNickR
WMT G1835226NPMMUNGOFlora Bower At Edmonsham, Dorset, William R. Bayley, Esq., of Lyncombe Hill, Bath, to Flora Bower, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Mungo, of Edmonsham House.SdeM
WMT G1835226NPMMUNGO Lt-GenAt Edmonsham, Dorset, William R. Bayley, Esq., of Lyncombe Hill, Bath, to Flora Bower, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Mungo, of Edmonsham House.SdeM
LC1824807NPMMUNROEliza MarywidowIn 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 BombayNickR
LC1778105NPAMUNROGeorgeRevCharleville School, 30th Dec. 1777
The Rev. George MUNRO will open school again on Monday the 12th January. N.B. An usher is wanted at said school, noone need apply, but a person who can be well recommended for his morals and laerning. Jan 1, 1778.
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LC17811213NPAMUNROGeorgeRev

Charleville School

December, 6th, 1781

Rev. George MUNRO will make vacation on the 22d of December, and will open school on the 21st of January, 1782

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WMT J1823619NPMMUNROGeorge The Rev. James Hanson, of Carrickfergus, to Mary, only child of the late George Munro, of Belfast.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPMMUNROMary The Rev. James Hanson, of Carrickfergus, to Mary, only child of the late George Munro, of Belfast.SdeM
Caledonian Mercury1816815NPDMUNROWalter RossEsq MDAt Maxwellton House, the seat of Sir obert LAURIE, Bart. On the 9th current, Walter Ross MUNRO, Esq. M. D. Late President of the Madras Medical Board, BengalNickR
LC1824807NPMMUNROWalter RossEsq MDIn 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 BombayNickR
FJ18191222NPMMUNTGOMERYJohnEsqAt Rathaspeck church, co Wexford, John MUNTGOMERY Esq half pay of the 103d Regt to Jocolina only daughter of the late Capt David SMITH of Hon East India Company ServiceNickR
WMT J1832816NPMMURDOCKElizabeth Anna In the Church of Moylisker, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. Morley Dennis, Alexander Canning, Esq. to Elizabeth Anna, of said place, daughter of the late George Murdock, of Holywood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1832816NPMMURDOCKGeorgeEsqIn the Church of Moylisker, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. Morley Dennis, Alexander Canning, Esq. to Elizabeth Anna, of said place, daughter of the late George Murdock, of Holywood, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDMURDOCKJohnEsqAt Heathstown, in this County, of a few day's illness, John Murdock, Esq.SdeM
LC1825525NPSMURNANEMichaelRev MrThe Rev. Mr. MURNANE, Parish Priest of Kilmallock, was assaulted in his house on Sunday by two men named CONWAY, brothers, one of whom got the Priest's finger into his mouth, and was very near to severing the upper two jounts between his teeth. The Clergyman has very properly sworn informations against the fellow.NickR
LEP-CS1828201NPMMURNANE RevOn Wednesday evening last, in Kilmallock, at her father's house, by the Rev. Mr. MURNANE, Margaret, eldest daoughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John SIMS, of Churchtown, county Cork, wine and spirit merchant.NickR
LEP-CS1830720NPSMURNANE RevDonations for famine relief in Kilmallock 1830NickR
Longford J1839202NPDMURPHYAMrJan. 26, Mr. A. Murphy, of Capel-street, in the 44th year of his age.SdeM
WMT J18271004NPDMURPHYAdam PMrOn the 19th ult. in the prime of life, Mr. Adam P. Murphy, a native of the Isle of Arran, Scotland. He by some unaccountable accident fell into the first lock of the Royal Canal, leading from the Liffey, and no person being present, the body was not discovered until the following day; he was a man of cheerful disposition, of most unblemished character, and will be long & justly regretted by a numerous circle of friends.SdeM
FJ18561029NPMMURPHYAlicia October 21, at Bantry, henry Walter GARDE Esq MD of Timoleague, co Cork, to Alicia, second daughter of the Rev John MURPHY vicar of BantryNickR
WMT J1824826NPMMURPHYBryanEsqThomas M. Carew, Esq., of Drummond Lodge, Co. Westmeath, to Frances Maria, eldest daughter of the late Bryan Murphy, Esq., Richmond-street, Dublin.SdeM
LGA1820307NPSMURPHYConnor Those accused of the murder of the Rev John MULQUINYNickR
LEP-CS18291013NPSMURPHYCornelius City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
WMT J1824826NPMMURPHYFrances Maria Thomas M. Carew, Esq., of Drummond Lodge, Co. Westmeath, to Frances Maria, eldest daughter of the late Bryan Murphy, Esq., Richmond-street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1828110NPMMURPHYGeorgeEsqIn Derry, George Murphy, Esq. of the 8th or King's regiment, to Maria, second daughter of Thomas Shepherd, of Londonderry, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPDMURPHYGeorge FrederickLLDLast week, at his house, in George's-place, aged 65 years, George Frederick Murphy, L.L.D.SdeM
FJ1858513NPDMURPHYHenryRevMay 12, at Magheralin Church, by the Rev Henry MURPHY, assisted by the Rev Robrty HANNAY, John M COOTE Esq Glasgow, to Cherrie, eldest daughter of the late James PICKERING Esq Magheralin, co DownNickR
LC18241124NPDMURPHYJamesDrOn Friday, Doctor MURPHY, Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher—He is succeeded by Dr KERNANNickR
LEP-CS1829814NPSMURPHYJames James MURPHY, charged with the murder of the two keepers at Ballycahane, has been this day found guilty and ordered for execution.NickR
LEP-CS1829818NPSMURPHYJames Yesterday, pursuant to sentence, James MURPHY was executed in front of County Limerick Gaol, for the murder of Timothy NEAL, at Ballynahinch, on the 12th of April. The unfortunate culprit appeared reconciled to his fate, and did not speak of his guilt orNickR
LC_LM1774609NPDMURPHYJohnMrCork, June 6. ... Friday Mr. John MURPHY, keeper of the South gaol.NickR
FJ18561029NPMMURPHYJohnRevOctober 21, at Bantry, henry Walter GARDE Esq MD of Timoleague, co Cork, to Alicia, second daughter of the Rev John MURPHY vicar of BantryNickR
LGA1820822NPSMURPHYJohn See John CROKERNickR
LEP-CS1830827NPSMURPHYJudith A curious scene was witnessed at Cork Assizes on Monday, a man named GALDEN was on trial charged with violating the person of Judith MURPHY, while the jury were in deliberation the prisoner and prosecutrix were married in the dock. The jury, after a short consultation, brought out a verdict of Guilty. Sentance of death was, as a matter of course, recorded against him.NickR
LGA1812703NPSMURPHYMichaelEsqOn Friday morning last, a number of cars laden with wines, recovered by Major SWAN and Michael MURPHY Esq, Agent for the Royal Exchange Insurance Company of London, part of the cargo of the ship Hector lately wrecked off Arklow Banks, were sent under a strong escort of the Military, to the King's Stores, WexfordNickR
WMT G1835723NPDMURPHYMichaelEsqOn the 6th inst., at his residence in Rathmines, co. Dublin, Michael Murphy, Esq.SdeM
FJ1845925NPMMURPHYMichaelEsqOn the 3d inst, at his cottage, Farnham-road, near Cavan, by the Rev Mathew ADAMS, Michael MURPHY Esq, formerly Captain in the Cavan Militia, and agen to the late Earl of Bellamont, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr Willaim GOSS, of Dromond, near Cootehill, farmer. The happy bridegroom is in his 87th year, and the fair bride in her 54th.NickR
LC1825323NPSMURPHYMichael 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.NickR
WMT G1835226NPMMURPHYMichael JohnEsqMichael John Murphy, Esq., of Blackrock, Cork, to Anne, only daughter of the late Captain Nagel, K.G.L.SdeM
LS1838724NPMMURPHYNicholas DanielEsqNicholas Daniel MURPHY Esq of Cork, to Anne daughter of P WALDRON Esq of Rathgar, co DublinNickR
LGA1820602NPSMURPHYPatrick Committals
By R SMITHWICK< Esq. to the County Gaol, Pat. Murphy, charged with administering unlawful oaths and appearing in arms. By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Pat GLEESON, charged with felony and robbery.
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WMT J1832301NPMMURPHYRobertEsqFebruary 23, in St. Peter's Church, Ellen Maria, only surviving child of the late Patrick Jones, of this City, to Robert Murphy, Esq., Surgeon, Rathgar, Dublin.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPBMURPHYRobertEsqAt Westmorland-street, Dublin, the lady of Robert Murphy, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
Longford J1840321NPDMURPHYRoseMrsAt her residence, at Fardromin, near Ballinamuck, in this county, last week, the widow Rose Murphy, rendered famous as the Defendant in the case with Lord Lorton, tried at the last Longford Assizes. [see appeal: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Queen's, Bench, volume 2, pp323-338]SdeM
WMT J18231127NPMMURPHYThomasMrOn the evening of the same day[the 15th instant], by the Rev. Samuel Simpson, of Usher's- quay Meeting House, Mr. Thomas Murphy, of this City, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Findlay, of Arran quay.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMMURPHYThomasMrOn the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Heron, Presbyterian Minister, Ballyroney, Mr. Thomas Murphy, Ballyroney, to Miss Mary Ervin, only daughter of the late David Ervin, Kilkinamurry.SdeM
WMT J1826406NPDMURPHYWilliamAldOn Thursday, at Grange, County Waterford, Alderman William Murphy, aged 87 years.SdeM
FJ1799611NPSMURPHY  Saturday last MURPHY of Thomas Street the owner of the house where was apprehended the late Lord Edward FITZGERALD was liberated from New Prison, upon giving bail.NickR
LGA1818602NPSMURPHY  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.
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LC1827411NPSMURPHY  Cork Assizes ... MURPHY and others v. REDDAN— An action for £1000 damages in changing a water-course at Middleton, which fed the distillery of the plaintiffs. In this case a non-suit followedNickR
WMT J18281225NPSMURRAYAndrewMasterPROSPECT SCHOOL. Ballymahon, Dec. 20, 1828. At the WINTER EXAMINATIONS which continued from the 15th to the 20th inst. the SILVER MEDAL, for best general answering was obtained by MASTER REYNOLDS PEYTON. The premium for Good Conduct was adjudged to MASTER ANDREW MURRAY. ...SdeM
WMT G1835709NPDMURRAYAnne (nee HALL)MrsOn the 26th ult., at Rathowen, in the 31st year of her age, Anne, the beloved wife of John Murray, Esq., and only child of the late John Hall, Esq., of this town, deeply and sincerely regretted by all who knew her.SdeM
LC1827718NPDMURRAYBernard Of fever on the brain, Bernard MURRAY, aged 23 years, Guard of the Day Coach, which situation he filled with the greatest fidelity; as a son and brother his character was unexceptionable--he is sincerely regretted by a respectable circle of friends.NickR
WMT G1835521NPMMURRAYCatherine On the 7th instant, in Warrington Church, by the Rev. T. Beatty, Rector of Moira, William Montgomery, of Belfast, Esq., to Catherine, third daughter of the late Hugh Murray, of Moira, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1826914NPMMURRAYCatherine Anne At Benown Church in this County, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Routledge O'Donnell, late of the 15th King's Hussars, to Catherine Anne, eldest daughter of Colonel James P. Murray, C.B. of Killenure House.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMMURRAYCharlesEsqOn the 14th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Charles Murray, Esq., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, third son of Major-General John Murray, late Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara, to Frederica Jane, second daughter of the late Frederick Groves, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271122NPMMURRAYCharles KnightEsqOn the 16th inst. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, Charles Knight Murray, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister, principal Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, to Lady Henrietta, eldest daughter of the late Countess of Rothes.SdeM
WMT J1831106NPDMURRAYDaniel On the 17th of December 1830, at Clooncallow, in this County, Daniel Murray, Esq. aged 79 years.SdeM
WMT J18231113NPMMURRAYDavidEsqOn the 1st instant, in Dundalk Church, by the Rev. Elias Thackeray, Robert Haig, Esq., of London, to Magdalene, eldest daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMMURRAYDavidEsqIn St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMURRAYEliza On Friday morning last, of Decline, in the ninth year of her age, Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Murray, of this town.SdeM
Longford J1840125NPMMURRAYFrancesHonJanuary 16, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, the Hon. Captain Maynard, Royal Horse Guards (Blue), only son of Viscount Maynard, to the Hon. Frances Murray, youngest daughter of the Dowager Lady Glenlyon, and niece to the Dukes of Northumberland and Athol. SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDMURRAYGeorgeMrOn Friday morning last, of Decline, in the ninth year of her age, Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Murray, of this town.SdeM
FJ1859106NPMMURRAYGeorge WRevJanuary 4, at Handsworth Church, Staffordshire, by the Rev George W MURRAY, rector, Edward BEWLEY Esq MD, of Clara, King's co, to Charlotte Hutchinson, daughter of the late Richard THOMAS, Esq CE of Dilmore Court, YorkshireNickR
WMT J18311027NPMMURRAYHRevOn Monday, the 10th inst., in the Church of Drumcliff, by the Rev. H. Murray, Andrew Crawford, Esq., of Sligo, to Mary Emma, only daughter of B. Coyne, Esq., M.D. of that town.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPMMURRAYHughEsqOn the 7th instant, in Warrington Church, by the Rev. T. Beatty, Rector of Moira, William Montgomery, of Belfast, Esq., to Catherine, third daughter of the late Hugh Murray, of Moira, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMMURRAYIsabella In St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT G1835115NPDMURRAYJamesEsqAt Brighton, James Murray, Esq., late Foreign Editor of the "London Times".SdeM
LEP-CS1828905NPSMURRAYJames Capture of SHANAHANNickR
WMT J1826914NPMMURRAYJames PColAt Benown Church in this County, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Routledge O'Donnell, late of the 15th King's Hussars, to Catherine Anne, eldest daughter of Colonel James P. Murray, C.B. of Killenure House.SdeM
WMT G1835709NPDMURRAYJohnEsqOn the 26th ult., at Rathowen, in the 31st year of her age, Anne, the beloved wife of John Murray, Esq., and only child of the late John Hall, Esq., of this town, deeply and sincerely regretted by all who knew her.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPDMURRAYJohnGenLast month, at Paris, General John Murray, aged 85. He had served his Majesty sixty years in different parts of the world, and was twelve years a prisoner in France, under Napoleon's government. His eldest son, Major-General Murray, was late Governor of Demerara.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMMURRAYJohnMaj-GenOn the 14th instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, London, Charles Murray, Esq., of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, third son of Major-General John Murray, late Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara, to Frederica Jane, second daughter of the late Frederick Groves, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827712NPDMURRAYJohnMasterAt John Sweeney's, Esq., Mountjoy-square, Dublin, Master John Murray, aged 13 years.SdeM
Longford Msgr1837224NPSMURRAYJohn MURDER! - CORONER'S INQUEST. On Wednesday, the 15th instant, an inquest was held on the body of Mr. Thomas Little, before Dominick O'Reilly, Esq., and a respectable jury. It appeared that on the night of the 15th January last, as deceased was returning from the town of Keenagh to his father's house, he was waylaid by four or five persons, who beat him in a most savage manner, fracturing his skull, and leaving several contusions on his body. He lingered until Sunday night, the 12th instant, when death relieved him of his sufferings. The murder took place on his father's ground, and within a short distance of his own house! There has not been a murder committed in this part of the country for many years which has caused such indignation and disgust as the one in question. Mr. Little was one of the most unoffending and quiet persons living, not even being connected with any political body whatsoever, neither was he a freeholder. No cause can be assigned for the perpetration of this act, but ONE; and what is that, think you, reader? why - he was a PROTESTANT! - that is the CRIME of which he was guilty, and for which he has FORFEITED HIS LIFE! A verdict of wilful murder was returned against Thomas Edgworth, John Murray, James Halfpenny, and - Murtagh, who have as yet, we understand, escaped the vigilance of the law.SdeM
FJ1846227NPMMURRAYJohn EdwardRevOn the 19th instant, at Ballymore Eustace, the Rev John Edward MURRAY, to Fanny Isabella, third daughter of the late Maj WOLFENickR
WMT J18231113NPMMURRAYMagdalene On the 1st instant, in Dundalk Church, by the Rev. Elias Thackeray, Robert Haig, Esq., of London, to Magdalene, eldest daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk.SdeM
WMT J1826518NPDMURRAYNicholasMrOn Wednesday, in Dublin, at an advanced age, deservedly regretted, Mr. Nicholas Murray, of New Grove, near this town, his remains will be removed to-morrow to Castletown-Delvin for interment.SdeM
WMT J1825106NPDMURRAYPatrickEsqIn Grafton-street, Patrick Murray, Esq.SdeM
LC1826114NPMMURRAYRichardRevOn Tuesday, at Ashkeaton Church, by the Rev. Richard MURRAY, Alexander ELLIOTT, Esq. son of the late Thomas ELLIOTT, Esq. of the county Kerry, to Meliora, second daughter of John S. BROWNE, of Shannonview and Mount Brown, in this County, Esq.NickR
Pue'sO1752620NPDMURRAYThomasHon ColSaturday last died of a malignant fever after four days illness at Londonderry, greatly lamented, Maj Thomas Ash LEE of the Hon Col Thomas MURRAY's regt of FootNickR
Longford J1839622NPNMURRAYThomas We regret to announce the death of Mr. James Robinson, of Crieve, joining Carrickglass, in this county, on Thursday morning last, at a good old age. By his death, the Conservative interest has lost a vote, and the Radical three, namely, William Bratten, and Thomas Murray, both of Cartroncapple, and Patrick Dolan, of Corboy; his being the life in their leases. SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMMURRAYWilliam ThomasEsqOn the 17th inst. in St. Catherine's Church, William Thomas Murray, Esq. of Cloncallow-house, in the County Longford, to Hester, fourth daughter of the late John Church, Esq. of Oatlands, county Derry.SdeM
Longford J1840125NPMMURRAY Dowager Lady GlenlyonJanuary 16, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, the Hon. Captain Maynard, Royal Horse Guards (Blue), only son of Viscount Maynard, to the Hon. Frances Murray, youngest daughter of the Dowager Lady Glenlyon, and niece to the Dukes of Northumberland and Athol. SdeM
Longford J18391109NPMMURRAY Duchess of AthollOn Tuesday last, at Blair Drummond, Scotland, Lord Glenlyon [MURRAY], to the Hon. Miss Home†Drummond. The nuptials of the happy couple were celebrated by the Duchess of Atholl, at Dunkeild, by feast and ball. The bride and bride-groom were to have arrived at Blair Atholl on Wednesday, when a succession of fetes were to be given by his Lordship to his friends and tenantry, in celebration of the happy event.SdeM
LEP-CS1828912NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt Dieppe, Miss Georgina DREW daughter of the late Lady Susan DOUGLAS and John DREW Esq, granddaughter to the late and niece to the present Earl of DunmoreNickR
LC18321013NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt 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
LH18321015NPDMURRAY Earl of DunmoreAt 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
Longford J18391109NPMMURRAY Lord GlenlyonOn Tuesday last, at Blair Drummond, Scotland, Lord Glenlyon [MURRAY], to the Hon. Miss Home Drummond. The nuptials of the happy couple were celebrated by the Duchess of Atholl, at Dunkeild, by feast and ball. The bride and bride-groom were to have arrived at Blair Atholl on Wednesday, when a succession of fetes were to be given by his Lordship to his friends and tenantry, in celebration of the happy event.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPDMURRAY Maj-GenLast month, at Paris, General John Murray, aged 85. He had served his Majesty sixty years in different parts of the world, and was twelve years a prisoner in France, under Napoleon's government. His eldest son, Major-General Murray, was late Governor of Demerara.SdeM
LHMA17891026NPMMURRAY Miss[Dublin] In the Isle of Man, Mr. James ENNIS, of Bridge Street, linen draper, to Miss. MURRAY, of Douglas.NickR
WMT J1824108NPMMURRAY Most Rev DrOn the 1st instant, at William's Park, by the Most Rev. Doctor Murray, John Leonard, Esq., Grafton-street, to Ellen Julia, eldest daughter of the late John Walsh, Esq., of Gloucester street.SdeM
FJ18261201NPMMURRAY Most Rev DrOn Wednesday evening last, by his Grace the Most Rev Dr MURRAY, Roman Catholic Archbishop, Peter CAVANAGH Esq of Golden Bridge, co Dublin, to Mary Arabella on daughter of the late Jeofry WALDRON Esq of this cityNickR
WMT J1827809NPDMURRAY Most Rev DrIn Lower Gardiner-street, by the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Richard Montesquieu Bellew, Esq., second son of the late Sir Edward Bellew, Bart., [to] Mary, second daughter of John Lalor, Esq., of Cranagh, county Tipperary.SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMMURRAY Most Rev Dr RC Archbishop of DubliOn the 6th instant, by the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Peter Henry Caulfield, of Kilkea Castle, County Kildare, Esq., to Miss Hoey, of Dominick-street, in the City of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1827301NPDMURRAY MrsA few days ago, in the 80th year of her age, Mrs. Murray, of Multyfarnham.SdeM
WMT G1835806NPBMURRAY Viscountess StormontJuly 22, in Jermyn-street, London, Viscountess Stormont, of a son and heir.SdeM
FJ18601221NPMMURROWWilliam December 20, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev John Cole COGHLAN, William MURROW, to Lizzie, second daughter of John EDMONDS, of BelfastNickR
WMT J18251117NPAMURTAJohnMrTO BE SOLD. The Interest in the Lands of JOHNSTOWN, COUNTY WESTMEATH. Containing 152 Acres for the term of 3 or 21 years, with Farm House, situate in the Barony of Delvin, within 4 miles of Castle pollard, 3 Castletown Delvin and 1 of Drumcree. Application to be made to Mr. Thos. Murta, Stokestown, Mullingar, or Mr. John Murta, Cumberstown, Drumcree, if by letter post paid. SdeM
WMT J18251117NPAMURTAThosMrTO BE SOLD. The Interest in the Lands of JOHNSTOWN, COUNTY WESTMEATH. Containing 152 Acres for the term of 3 or 21 years, with Farm House, situate in the Barony of Delvin, within 4 miles of Castle pollard, 3 Castletown Delvin and 1 of Drumcree. Application to be made to Mr. Thos. Murta, Stokestown, Mullingar, or Mr. John Murta, Cumberstown, Drumcree, if by letter post paid. SdeM
Longford Msgr1837224NPSMURTAGH  MURDER! - CORONER'S INQUEST. On Wednesday, the 15th instant, an inquest was held on the body of Mr. Thomas Little, before Dominick O'Reilly, Esq., and a respectable jury. It appeared that on the night of the 15th January last, as deceased was returning from the town of Keenagh to his father's house, he was waylaid by four or five persons, who beat him in a most savage manner, fracturing his skull, and leaving several contusions on his body. He lingered until Sunday night, the 12th instant, when death relieved him of his sufferings. The murder took place on his father's ground, and within a short distance of his own house! There has not been a murder committed in this part of the country for many years which has caused such indignation and disgust as the one in question. Mr. Little was one of the most unoffending and quiet persons living, not even being connected with any political body whatsoever, neither was he a freeholder. No cause can be assigned for the perpetration of this act, but ONE; and what is that, think you, reader? why - he was a PROTESTANT! - that is the CRIME of which he was guilty, and for which he has FORFEITED HIS LIFE! A verdict of wilful murder was returned against Thomas Edgworth, John Murray, James Halfpenny, and - Murtagh, who have as yet, we understand, escaped the vigilance of the law.SdeM
LC_LM1774314NPSMUSGRAVEJohnEsqWaterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
LC1824908NPDMUSGRAVERichardSirAt Enniscorthy, on Friday, the 27th ult. Charles DAVIS, who was piked, buried, and arose again on the following day on Vinegar Hill, in 17898. See Sir Richard MUSGRAVE's History.NickR
LGA1818410NPDMUSGRAVERichardSir BtSir Richard MUSGRAVE Bt .. in Dublin on 7th Inst ... Collector for the Port of Dublin ... History of the Irish Rebellion ....NickR
FJ1826930NPDMUSGRAVERichardSir BtNear Youghal, Sir Richard MUSGRAVE, Bt [Author of the Rebellions in Ireland] who is suceeded in his titles and estates by his eldest son Richard MUSGRAVE EsqNickR
WMT J1823925NPMMUSSEN MissIn St. Thomas's Church, Mr. Charles Bolas, to Miss Mussen, both of this City.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPDMUSTARDDavidMrMarch 19, at Clonmel, Mr. David Mustard.SdeM
Longford J1839601NPMMUSTERSHenryCaptMay 28, at Newtown-Forbes, by the Rev. Samuel Forbes Auchmuty, Captain Henry Musters, third son of John Chaworth Musters, Esq., of Colwick-Hall, in Nottinghamshire, to Margaret Domvile, only child of Thomas Gordon Auchmuty, Esq., of Brienstown, in the County of Longford.SdeM
Longford J1839601NPMMUSTERSJohn ChaworthEsqMay 28, at Newtown-Forbes, by the Rev. Samuel Forbes Auchmuty, Captain Henry Musters, third son of John Chaworth Musters, Esq., of Colwick-Hall, in Nottinghamshire, to Margaret Domvile, only child of Thomas Gordon Auchmuty, Esq., of Brienstown, in the County of Longford.SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMMUTTLEBURYFanny At Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey.SdeM
WMT J1828417NPMMUTTLEBURYGeorgeLt Col C BAt Bath, Captain Jackson, of the Royal Staff Corps, to Fanny, daughter of Lieut. Col. Geo. Muttlebury, C.B. and niece to Lieutenant Col. Watts, late of Croydon, Surrey.SdeM
WMT J18241111NPMM'WILLIAMSJamesRevOn Friday the 28th ult. the Rev. James M'Williams, Maguiresbridge, to Isabella, fourth daughter of the late Rev. W. Johnston, Rector of the Parish of Innismegrah, County Leitrim.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDM'WILLIAMSThomasEsqAt Armagh, on the 14th inst., Thomas M'Williams, Esq.SdeM
LC1826913NPSMYERSDenis On Wednesday last, a strange labouring man, of the name Denis MYERS, fell down in John-street, Cashel, and almost immediately expired.— The poor man was from the neighbourhood of Kilmallock.NickR

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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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