King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 71

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 J1833411NPDPAKENHAMThomasHon SirAt the family residence, Coolure, in this county, Lady Louisa Pakenham, wife of the Hon. Sir Thomas Pakenham, K.C.B., sister to the Marchioness of Ormonde and the Countess of Clancarty, & mother to Colonel Connolly, M.P. for the county Donegal.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordOn Thursday last, the 25th instant, in Rutland-square, the Countess of Longford, of a Son. As a resident, constitutuional, and independent Nobleman, and a benevolent and protecting landlord, any accession to the domestic happiness of the Earl of Longford, will not prove indifferent to the virtuous and patriotic portion of Irish society. We are happy to learn that, to the numerous enquiries after her Ladyship's health, the most satisfactory answers are given.SdeM
WMT J1826928NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordIn Rutland-square, Dublin, on the 26th inst. the Countess of Longford Pakenham of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J18271018NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordIn Rutland-square, Dublin, on the 11th instant, the Countess of Longford Pakenham of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J1829101NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordOn the 19th ult. at Pakenham Hall, the Countess of Longford, of a daughter still-born.SdeM
WMT J1830204NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordIn Rutland-square, Dublin, on Tuesday last, the Countess of Longford Pakenham, of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J1832308NPBPAKENHAM Countess of LongfordOn the 29th ult., in Rutland-square, Dublin, the Countess of Longford Pakenham, of a son.SdeM
WMT J1823213NPBPAKENHAM Earl of LongfordOn Thursday, 6th February, at the house of the Earl of Longford, Rutland square, Dublin, the Lady of the Hon. and Reverend Henry Pakenham of a son.SdeM
WMT J18231002NPBPAKENHAM Earl of LongfordOn Thursday last, the 25th instant, in Rutland-square, the Countess of Longford, of a Son. As a resident, constitutuional, and independent Nobleman, and a benevolent and protecting landlord, any accession to the domestic happiness of the Earl of Longford, will not prove indifferent to the virtuous and patriotic portion of Irish society. We are happy to learn that, to the numerous enquiries after her Ladyship's health, the most satisfactory answers are given.SdeM
WMT J1831818NPAPAKENHAM Earl of LongfordLONGFORD HOTEL. John Sutcliff, late of Killucan, most respectfully begs leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public at large, that he has lately taken the LONGFORD HOTEL, in which establishment he is determined to spare neither pains nor expense in securing for Travellers, and all those who may favor him with their patronage, every comfort and accomodation. From his having lived for many years with the late General Sir Edward Pakenham as own man, and subsequently with his brother, the Earl of Longford, for several years, as House Steward, and having had considerable experience in business, he flatters himself qualified to conduct this Establishment in such a manner as to give general satisfaction. In consequence of a report having been circulated that the Stables were disordered, the present proprietor will spare no expense or trouble in cleansing and re-fitting the stabling with New Racks and Mangers (the old having been burnt) so as to render them healthful and comfortable. The Inn at Killucan will be carried on as usual.SdeM
WMT J1830826NPBPAKENHAM Hon ColAt Longford Lodge, on Monday last, the Lady of the Hon. Colonel Pakenham, of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J18241202NPBPAKENHAM Hon Lt-ColOn Thursday, in George's-street, North, Dublin, the Lady of the Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Pakenham, M.P., of a son.SdeM
WMT J1830527NPMPAKENHAM Hon Rev ArchdeaconOn the 20th inst. at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Hon. and Rev. Archdeacon Pakenham, Robert Smyth, Esq. of Gaybrook, in this County, to Henrietta Frances, youngest daughter of the Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of Meath.SdeM
WMT J18261228NPDPALLISERHugh PalliserSir BartAt Brighton, on the 10th inst., Mary Anne Rachel, eldest daughter of the late, and sister to the present Sir Hugh Palliser Palliser, Bart.SdeM
FJ1861214NPMPALLISERJ BRevFebruary 5, at Knockaney Church, in the co Limerick, by the Rev J B PALLISER, father of the bridegroom, Wray Bury, only son of the Rev J B PALLISER of Annestown, co Waterford, to Maria youngest daughter of the late Joesph GUBBINS DL of Kilfrush LIMNickR
WMT J1826323NPMPALLISERJohnEsqOn the 8th inst. at Fethard Church, by the Reverend Henry Woodward, Lieutenant-Col. Frederick Phillips, to Margaret Jane, daughter of John Palliser, Esq., of Derryluskan, County of Tipperary.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPBPALLISERJohn BuryRevAt Parkswood, County of Waterford, the lady of the Rev. John Bury Palliser, of a son.SdeM
WMT J1826323NPMPALLISERMargaret Jane On the 8th inst. at Fethard Church, by the Reverend Henry Woodward, Lieutenant-Col. Frederick Phillips, to Margaret Jane, daughter of John Palliser, Esq., of Derryluskan, County of Tipperary.SdeM
WMT J18261228NPDPALLISERMary Anne Rachel At Brighton, on the 10th inst., Mary Anne Rachel, eldest daughter of the late, and sister to the present Sir Hugh Palliser Palliser, Bart.SdeM
FJ1861214NPMPALLISERWray Bury February 5, at Knockaney Church, in the co Limerick, by the Rev J B PALLISER, father of the bridegroom, Wray Bury, only son of the Rev J B PALLISER of Annestown, co Waterford, to Maria youngest daughter of the late Joesph GUBBINS DL of Kilfrush LIMNickR
LC1797830NPMPALLISER CaptA few days ago, at Bunratty, Co. Clare, the seat of Captain PALLISER, John HICKMAN, Esq; of Fenloe, in said county, to the amiable Miss RYVES, daughter to Edward RYVES, Esq; of this CityNickR
WMT J18231106NPDPALMERAnneMrsIn Limerick, Anne, relict of the late Thomas Palmer, Esq., of Meelick.SdeM
WMT J1830826NPMPALMERArthurRevOn Tuesday last, in Newtown-Forbes Church, by the Rev. Lewis Potter, the Rev. Arthur Palmer, to Hessy Madaline, third daughter of the Rev. Dr. Crawford, Vicar-General of Ardagh.SdeM
WMT J1832315NPMPALMERArthurRevOn the 1st instant, at Newtown Forbes Church by the Rev. Arthur Palmer, Samuel Crawford, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Doctor Crawford, Rector of Clonguish and Vicar General, &c., of Ardagh, to Miss Anna West, daughter of the late George West, Esq., of Dromore.SdeM
WMT J18291022NPMPALMERCatherine On the 15th instant, in the Church of Aghavoe, by the Rev. Hubert M'Laughlin, John Butler, Esq., of Castletown, to Catherine, daughter of the late Joseph Palmer, Esq. of Cuffesborough, in the Queen's County.SdeM
WMT J1828911NPDPALMERCharlesRevAt the Rev. Charles Palmer's, Rahan, county Kildare, Hamilton Lowe Lockwood, Esq. of Liverpool, in the twenty-first year of his age.SdeM
Longford J1839622NPMPALMERCharlesRevJune 17, at Castle Carbery, Thomas Kemmis, second son [of] William Kemmis, of Kildare-street, Dublin, to Elizabeth Anne, only daughter of the Rev. Charles Palmer, of Rahan, county of Kildare.SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMPALMERCharlotte On the 18th inst. at Cloghjordan Church, by the Rev. F. French, Denipier Robinson, Esq., County Tipperary, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the Rev. Edwin Palmer, in same county, and niece to Simpson Hackett, Esq.SdeM
Longford Msgr1837120NPMPALMEREMissOn Wednesday, the 18th inst., in Calry Church, by the Rev. W. Armstrong, Miss E. Palmer, of Fermoyle, to Edward Eginton, Esq., Proprietor of The Longford Messenger.SdeM
WMT J18281127NPMPALMEREdwinRevOn the 18th inst. at Cloghjordan Church, by the Rev. F. French, Denipier Robinson, Esq., County Tipperary, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the Rev. Edwin Palmer, in same county, and niece to Simpson Hackett, Esq.SdeM
FJ1831901NPMPALMEREdwinRevOn Monday last, the Rev William Travers HOMAN, curate of Ballingarry to Jane youngest daughter of the Rev Edwin PALMER, Rector of Modruny, co TipperaryNickR
LEP-CS1831902NPMPALMEREdwinRevIn the church of Modreeny, the Rev William Travers HOMAN, curate of Ballingaly, to Jane youngest daughter of the Rev Edwin PALMER, rector of Modreeny, co TipperaryNickR
LGA18141122NPAPALMERElizabeth (??nee ELLARD) Land sale from chancery billNickR
Longford J1839622NPMPALMERElizabeth Anne June 17, at Castle Carbery, Thomas Kemmis, second son [of] William Kemmis, of Kildare-street, Dublin, to Elizabeth Anne, only daughter of the Rev. Charles Palmer, of Rahan, county of Kildare.SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMPALMERFrances Saturday, Mr. T. Sullivan, to Frances, daughter of Mr. W. Palmer, Orier Bank. SdeM
FJ18291216NPMPALMERGeorgeCaptAt Aghavoe church, Queen's county, Humphrey PALMER Esq of Rathdowning, in the Queen's county, only son of Capt George PALMER to Eleanor, fourth daughter of Theophilis CHAMBERLAINE, Esq of Knockfin in the said coNickR
LEP-CS18291218NPMPALMERHumpheryEsqAt Aghavoe church, Queens county, humphery PALMER Esq of Rathdowhey to Eleanor fourth daughter of Theophilus CHAMBERLAYBNE of Knockfin EsqNickR
FJ18291216NPMPALMERHumphreyEsqAt Aghavoe church, Queen's county, Humphrey PALMER Esq of Rathdowning, in the Queen's county, only son of Capt George PALMER to Eleanor, fourth daughter of Theophilis CHAMBERLAINE, Esq of Knockfin in the said coNickR
FJ1831901NPMPALMERJane On Monday last, the Rev William Travers HOMAN, curate of Ballingarry to Jane youngest daughter of the Rev Edwin PALMER, Rector of Modruny, co TipperaryNickR
LEP-CS1831902NPMPALMERJane In the church of Modreeny, the Rev William Travers HOMAN, curate of Ballingaly, to Jane youngest daughter of the Rev Edwin PALMER, rector of Modreeny, co TipperaryNickR
LH1832809NPDPALMERJessy Maria At Llanstephen, near Caermarthan, Jessy Maria, wife of the Rev John PALMER, Presbyterian Minister of that town, and daughter of J D LANGLEY Esq of Ballyduff House, co WaterfordNickR
LC1832808NPDPALMERJessy Maria (nee LANGLEY) At Llanstephen, near Carmarthen, Jessy Maria daughter of J D LNGLEY Esq of Ballyduff House, co Waterford and and wife of the Rev John PALMER, Unitarian Minister of CarmarthenNickR
LC1827314NPDPALMERJohnRevThe Rev. John PALMER, Prebendary of Lincoln.NickR
LC1832808NPDPALMERJohnRevAt Llanstephen, near Carmarthen, Jessy Maria daughter of J D LNGLEY Esq of Ballyduff House, co Waterford and and wife of the Rev John PALMER, Unitarian Minister of CarmarthenNickR
LH1832809NPDPALMERJohnRevAt Llanstephen, near Caermarthan, Jessy Maria, wife of the Rev John PALMER, Presbyterian Minister of that town, and daughter of J D LANGLEY Esq of Ballyduff House, co WaterfordNickR
WMT J18241111NPMPALMERJohn HEsqJohn 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
LGA18141122NPAPALMERJosephEsqLand sale from chancery billNickR
WMT J18291022NPMPALMERJosephEsqOn the 15th instant, in the Church of Aghavoe, by the Rev. Hubert M'Laughlin, John Butler, Esq., of Castletown, to Catherine, daughter of the late Joseph Palmer, Esq. of Cuffesborough, in the Queen's County.SdeM
WMT J18261116NPDPALMERMaria On the 7th inst. of a decline, Maria, second daughter of Richard Palmer, Esq. of Ivy Hall, County of Tipperary.SdeM
Pue'sO17411024NPMPALMEROlive We hear from Belfast, that on Friday night last one Olive PALMER, a young lady who lived in the neighbourhood, went off clandestinely from her father's house, with one HOLMES in order to be married in that town, which was accordingly done next morning, then the bride dropt down dead to the inexpressible grief of her husband. 'Tis said she went from her father's house without her stockings, and complained on the road of the being very cold, but absolutely refused to hold or take any refreshment tell she was married. She made several attempts before to go off with the said HOLMES, but was found out and prevented b her parents, tho we hear he was in no respect her inferiorNickR
WMT J18261116NPDPALMERRichardEsqOn the 7th inst. of a decline, Maria, second daughter of Richard Palmer, Esq. of Ivy Hall, County of Tipperary.SdeM
LGA18111101NPDPALMERRogerEsqRoger PALMER, of Palmerstown, in the county Mayo, and of Rush House, in the co. Of Dublin, Esq departed this life in Paris, on the 6th instant, Mr. PALMER's ill state of health compelled him to be for many years an absentee from his native country, and latterly he has been detained a prisoner in France; and his long acquaintance with the Continent, and inoffensive manners, secured him safe residence in any part of Europe.NickR
LGA18141122NPAPALMERRogerEsqLand sale from chancery billNickR
WMT G1835115NPBPALMERSandfordEsqAt Laurel Hill, King's County, the lady of Sandford Palmer, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J18231106NPDPALMERThomasEsqIn Limerick, Anne, relict of the late Thomas Palmer, Esq., of Meelick.SdeM
Longford J1839323NPMPALMERThomasEsqMarch 14, in Waterford Church, Thomas Palmer, Esq., Manager of the Agricultural and Commercial Bank, at Waterford, to Elizabeth, relict of the late Daniel Osborne, Esq., of Kilmackoliver, county Kilkenny.SdeM
LH1833131NPDPALMERThomasMrIn Peter Row, Dublin, aged 87 years, Mr Thomas PALMER, one of the oldest coachmakers in that cityNickR
WMT J1824422NPDPALMERThomasRevOn the 10th instant, at Monks Church, County Dublin, the Rev. Thomas Palmer, A.M., to Diana, daughter of the late John Croke, Esq. of Sussex, England.SdeM
WMT J1827222NPMPALMERWMrSaturday, Mr. T. Sullivan, to Frances, daughter of Mr. W. Palmer, Orier Bank. SdeM
Longford J1839511NPMPALMERWilliamMrIn Ballymacormick Church, on Tuesday morning last, Mr. William Palmer, Accountant in the Longford Branch of the National Bank, to Kate, third daughter of Mr. James Hyde, of this town.SdeM
Longford J1840328NPBPALMERWilliamMrOn Sunday the 22d inst., the wife of Mr. William Palmer, of the National Bank of Ireland, Longford, of a son. SdeM
LGA18141122NPAPALMERWilliam HenryEsqLand sale from chancery billNickR
WMT J1823925NPMPALMER MissAt Gagapore, East Indies, Lieut. J. Ouseley (son of the late Major Ouseley, of this City) of the 14th Bengal Native Infantry, to the daughter of the Rev. Mr. Palmer, Chaplain to the Military Station at Gagapore.SdeM
WMT J1823925NPMPALMER Rev MrAt Gagapore, East Indies, Lieut. J. Ouseley (son of the late Major Ouseley, of this City) of the 14th Bengal Native Infantry, to the daughter of the Rev. Mr. Palmer, Chaplain to the Military Station at Gagapore.SdeM
WMT J1823717NPDPARKMungo January 20, at Trichinopoly, Hindostan, Mungo Park, M.D., eldest son of the late Mungo Park.SdeM
WMT J1823717NPDPARKMungo (jun)MDJanuary 20, at Trichinopoly, Hindostan, Mungo Park, M.D., eldest son of the late Mungo Park.SdeM
WMT J1824729NPMPARKEMungoEsqOn the 14th instant, Frederick John Bassett, Esq., Surgeon, of Coleman-street, London, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the late James Dickson, Esq., of Croydon, Surrey, and niece to the late Mungo Parke, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824212NPDPARKERAnne On Sunday last, deservedly lamented, Anne, youngest daughter of the late Samuel Parker, of Dowdstown, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
WN1886319NPMPARKERAnnie March 16, by special licence, at the residnce of the bride's father, by the Rev J W BALLARD, of of Waterford, George D CROKER, Waterford, to Annie, youngest daughter of John PARKER, LismoreNickR
LC1792118NPDPARKERAnthonyEsqAt Fedamore, at the Rev. John PARKER's, Miss Rachel PARKER, sister of the late Anthony PARKER, of Castlelough, EsqNickR
LC1823308NPAPARKERAnthonyEsqTo be let,
from the 25th March next,
for one year,
the lands of
Milltown,
Containing Seventy-Thre acres or thereabouts, within one mile of Bruff,
And is part of the Estate of Edward Bouchier HARTOPP, Esq. a Minor,
And lately Tenanted by the represeantatives of Anthony PARKER, Esq.
Proposals in writing addressed Bouchier Palk WREY, Esq. Tardstock-Court, Barnstable, Devonshire; the Rev. William Evans HARTOPP, Thurnly, Leicester; of David ROCHE, Esq. Carass, Limerick.
March 1, 1823.
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LGA18111029NPDPARKERAnthony (jun)EsqSunday night, at Landsdown, co. Tipperary, sincerely lamented by his family and acquaintance Anthony PARKER, Jun. EsqNickR
WMT G1835430NPDPARKERBelindaMissOn the 9th instant, in Prussia-street, Dublin, of a decline, inher 18th year, Miss Belinda Parker.SdeM
LC1796615NPAPARKERCathrine (ow DUHIG) The Rev John PARKER, Administrator of Catherine PARKER, otherwise DUHIG, his late wife, deceasedPursuant to the Decree of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland made in this cause, and bearing the date the 27th day of November last, I hereby request the creditors and incumbrancers of Robert HORAN, late of Newcastle, in the County of the City of Limerick, deceased, in the pleadings named, who have charges and liens on the real of personal estates of Robert HORAN, to come before me and prove their respective demands, on or before the first day of November next, otherwise they will be precluded from any benefit under said decree.
Dathed this 9th day of June 1796.
Thomas BURROUGHS
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LC1824728NPDPARKERCraven See Patrick DREWNickR
WMT J1828717NPDPARKERD RMajOn the 5th instant at Hampstead, Major D.R. Parker, formerly of the 11th Light Dragoons.SdeM
LC17921003NPSPARKEREdwardEsqMonday last, Benjamin FREND, Esq; was sworn into the office of Mayor of this City [Limerick], for the ensuing year; Ralph WESTROPP, and Henry BRADY, Esqrs, Sheriffs; George SMYTH, Esq; Recorder, and Edward Parker, Esq; town Clerk.
  Same day Standish GRADY, of Elton, Esq; was elected Soverign of the Corporation of Kilmallock.
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LC1825202NPBPARKEREdwardEsqAt his house in Thomas Street, the Lady of Edward PARKER, Esq of adaughterNickR
LC17821104NPDPARKEREdwardMrYesterday, at a very advanced age Mr. Edward PARKER, formerly an extensive Clothier.NickR
WMT J1824729NPMPARKERGeorgeEarl of MacclesfieldOn 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
CMC1808224NPMPARKERHenryEsqOn Saturday last, at Pasage Church, by the Rev. Mr LLOYD, Wm. NORCOTT, junior, of this city, Esq, to the widow of the late Henry PARKER, of Passage, EsqNickR
FJ1793102NPDPARKERHughMrMr Hugh PARKER, the only and last of eight sons of the Rev Hugh PARKER of Castleislsnd Co KerryNickR
LC1792118NPDPARKERJohnRevAt Fedamore, at the Rev. John PARKER's, Miss Rachel PARKER, sister of the late Anthony PARKER, of Castlelough, EsqNickR
LC1793907NPSPARKERJohnRevCommitted. To the County Gaol, on Friday last, by the Rev. John PARKER, and Standish GRADY, of Grange, Esq;—Roger MíCARTHY, alias ROURKE, a person of no certain residence, for having early on the morning of the 5th instant, in company of his wife, stolen from Garrett ROURKE, of Sunville, in this Co. 17 guineas in gold, and 17 shillings in silver, in whose house he was from the Sunday before, and made his escape by breaking through a window:—Said MíCARTHY had in his possession, when apprehended, 13 guineas of gold and 14 shillings in silver, a small pocket pistol, and crucible; he is also being charges with beinmg a coiner, and he had in his fob a pinchbeck Watch, of little value, maker Joshua HAYNES, London, No. 446, which the Rev. Mr. PARKER has left with the printer herof, imagining the same is stolen, in order that the owner may come at it.NickR
LC1796615NPAPARKERJohnRevThe Rev John PARKER, Administrator of Catherine PARKER, otherwise DUHIG, his late wife, deceasedPursuant to the Decree of his Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland made in this cause, and bearing the date the 27th day of November last, I hereby request the creditors and incumbrancers of Robert HORAN, late of Newcastle, in the County of the City of Limerick, deceased, in the pleadings named, who have charges and liens on the real of personal estates of Robert HORAN, to come before me and prove their respective demands, on or before the first day of November next, otherwise they will be precluded from any benefit under said decree.
Dathed this 9th day of June 1796.
Thomas BURROUGHS
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LC1799327NPMPARKERJohnRevAt Fedamore Church, by the Rev. John PARKER, Samuel BENNETT, of Ballinvana, Esq; to the agreeable Miss Sarah FURNELL, daughter to Thomas FURNELL, of Rockfield, Esq; with a fortune of 1500l.NickR
LC1824609NPDPARKERJohnRevAfter a few days illness, Richard Leslie PARKER, Esq. Barrack Master of Drogheda, and second son of the Rev. John PARKER, of Rushy Park, County Kerry ...NickR
LGA1814927NPMPARKERJohnRev DrOn Friday by the Rev John PARKER DD at Askeaton Church William PARKER Esq to Miss Anna WILSON d of William WILSON of Nantenant in this Co esqNickR
WN1886319NPMPARKERJohn March 16, by special licence, at the residnce of the bride's father, by the Rev J W BALLARD, of of Waterford, George D CROKER, Waterford, to Annie, youngest daughter of John PARKER, LismoreNickR
LC1793403NPDPARKERJudithMrsCork March, 30 ... Yesterday at Passage, Mrs. Judith PARKER, aged 100 years, relict of William PARKER, of Abbey Park, Esq.NickR
LGA1813323NPMPARKERMaurice CreedEsqBy the Rev Mr ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, Maurice Creed PARKER, of Hermsbrook, Esq to Eliza, third daughter of the late James WALL, of Kilbaha, county Kerry, EsqNickR
LHMA17891207NPDPARKERPaulMrAt Cork, Mr. Paul BARKER, merchant, and Francis ROWLAND. Esq.NickR
LHMA17891207NPAPARKERPeterMrJames GOGGIN, Repeating, horizontal, stop, and Plain watch-maker, who served his Apprenticeship to Mr. W. BYRAM, of Cork; respectfully acquaintes his Friends and the Public, that he has just commenced Business in the shop lately occupied by Mr. P. PARKER, Watch-Maker, No. 29, Bridge Street; (formerly Quay Lane,) where he intends carrying on said business, in the most extensive manner, as is supplied with a fashionable assortment of Gold, silver, and pinchback watches; chains, seals, trinkets, pocket books, penknives, Patentee Silk Purses &c, &c. Such ladies and gentlemen as are pleased to favour him with their commands shall be carefully attended to.
N. B. He will be always supplied the most fashionable ---- and will attend Clocks in Town and Country, on the usual Terms
December 7, 1789.
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LC1792118NPDPARKERRachelMissAt Fedamore, at the Rev. John PARKER's, Miss Rachel PARKER, sister of the late Anthony PARKER, of Castlelough, EsqNickR
LJ1791613NPMPARKERRichardMrOn Saturday morning, at Kilkeedy church, Mr. Richard PARKER, grocer, to Miss Eliza COOPER, daughter of Mr. Alexander COOPER.NickR
LC1824609NPDPARKERRichard leslieEsqAfter a few days illness, Richard Leslie PARKER, Esq. Barrack Master of Drogheda, and second son of the Rev. John PARKER, of Rushy Park, County Kerry ...NickR
WMT J1827201NPMPARKERRobertEsqAt Finnoe House, County Limerick, Robt. Parker, Esq. M.D. to Charlotte Alicia, eldest daughter of the Rev. Pierse Goold, Rector of Finnoe.SdeM
WMT J1824212NPDPARKERSamuelEsqOn Sunday last, deservedly lamented, Anne, youngest daughter of the late Samuel Parker, of Dowdstown, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
CalcuttaG1822425NPMPARKERSophiaMissAt Noacolly, on the 18th of April by the Rev A W TAYLER, John DREW Esq of H C Civil Service to Miss Sophia PARKERNickR
FJ18221106NPMPARKERSophiaMissAt Noacolly in the East Indies, on the 18th of April last by the Rev AW TAYLOR John DREW Esq of the Hon East India Co's Bengal Civil Service to Miss Sophia PARKER eldest daughter of a gentleman late of Dublin and much respected amongstNickR
WMT J1827201NPDPARKERThomasEsqAt Dundalk, on the 22d inst., Thomas Parker, Esq.SdeM
LC1799717NPMPARKERThomasMrYesterday morning, in St George's Church, Mt. Thomas PARKER, o Brosky, in this County, to the agreeable Miss MYLES, of this city.NickR
LC1826812NPDPARKERThomasMrThis morning, of fever, on Merchant's-Quay, Mr. Thomas PARKER, boat owner, much regretted.NickR
LC1793403NPDPARKERWilliamEsqCork March, 30 ... Yesterday at Passage, Mrs. Judith PARKER, aged 100 years, relict of William PARKER, of Abbey Park, Esq.NickR
LGA1814927NPMPARKERWilliamEsqOn Friday by the Rev John PARKER DD at Askeaton Church William PARKER Esq to Miss Anna WILSON d of William WILSON of Nantenant in this Co esqNickR
FJ18221106NPMPARKERWilliamEsqAt Noacolly in the East Indies, on the 18th of April last by the Rev AW TAYLOR John DREW Esq of the Hon East India Co's Bengal Civil Service to Miss Sophia PARKER eldest daughter of a gentleman late of Dublin and much respected amongstNickR
WMT J1826907NPDPARKERWilliamEsqOn the 27th of May last, on board the Victoria, off Santa Cruz, William Parker, Esq. late of the 29th Regiment of Foot.SdeM
WMT J1827315NPDPARKERWilliamEsqWilliam Parker, Esq., long known in Dublin, as principal in the Equestrian Proprietory of Parker, Davis and Co. some years ago, at the Amphitheatre in Peter-st.SdeM
LEP-CS1833201NPMPARKER MissIn George's Church, Mr. J. WREN, of Charleville, to Miss PARKER, of Wickham-street, in this cityNickR
CMC1808224NPMPARKER widowOn Saturday last, at Pasage Church, by the Rev. Mr LLOYD, Wm. NORCOTT, junior, of this city, Esq, to the widow of the late Henry PARKER, of Passage, EsqNickR
WMT J18271025NPMPARKINSONFelixEsqFelix Parkinson, Esq. of Bath, to Frances, daughter of the late George Salter, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18311117NPSPARKINSONRichardRevHis Grace the Archbishop of Tuam has been pleased to translate the Rev. Richard Parkinson, from the Curacy of Westport, to that of Drumlish in the county of Longford ...SdeM
WMT J1824617NPDPARKSRobert WadeMrAt Newtown-mount-Kenedy, on Thursday, the 3d inst., Mr. Robert Wade Parks, of Charlemont-street.SdeM
LC1810919NPMPARKSThomasRevAt the Cathedral, Lismore, by the Rev. Thos. PARKS, Lieut. Geo. Theodore DE HARDING, of the 2d King's German Legion, to Susan youngest daughter of the late Rev. John HEWETSON, of Suirville, Co. KilkennyNickR
WMT G1835611NPMPARNELLHenryRt Hon Sir BartOn the 28th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Dublin [sic], Bryanston-square, London, by the Rev. John Stokes, A.M., Vicar of Cobham, Kent, Henry William Parnell, Esq., second son of the Right Hon. Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., to Sophia, only daughter of the Hon. William and the late Sophia Bligh.SdeM
WMT J18241007NPMPARNELLHenrySir BartOn Tuesday, by special licence, Lord Henry Seymour Moor, only brother to the Marquis of Drogheda, to Mary, second daughter of Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., M.P. for the Queen's County, and niece of the Marquis of Bute and the Earl of Portarlington. Immediately after the ceremony the happy pair set off for the Continent.SdeM
WMT G1835611NPMPARNELLHenry WilliamEsqOn the 28th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Dublin [sic], Bryanston-square, London, by the Rev. John Stokes, A.M., Vicar of Cobham, Kent, Henry William Parnell, Esq., second son of the Right Hon. Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., to Sophia, only daughter of the Hon. William and the late Sophia Bligh.SdeM
LGA1805831NPMPARNELLJohnSirLondon 31 August ... On Wednesday last at Mary-le-bone Church G EVANS of Portrane in Co Dublin to Miss PARNELL only daughter of Sir John PARNELLNickR
WMT J18241007NPMPARNELLMary On Tuesday, by special licence, Lord Henry Seymour Moor, only brother to the Marquis of Drogheda, to Mary, second daughter of Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., M.P. for the Queen's County, and niece of the Marquis of Bute and the Earl of Portarlington. Immediately after the ceremony the happy pair set off for the Continent.SdeM
LGA1805831NPMPARNELL MissLondon 31 August ... On Wednesday last at Mary-le-bone Church G EVANS of Portrane in Co Dublin to Miss PARNELL only daughter of Sir John PARNELLNickR
Longford J18391221NPDPARRYAnne December 10, at Fareham, Hants, after a lingering illness, Anne, fourth daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Francis Parry.SdeM
FJ1854217NPMPARRYER-Adm SirFebruary 14, at Charlton Church, Commander Robert COOTE late of her Majesty's ship Volcano, son of Sir Charles Henry COOTE Bart MP of Ballyfin, in the Queen's co, to Lucy, eldest daughter of Rea-Admiral Sir E PARRY, Lt-Governor of Greenwich Hospital and granddaughter of the late Lord Stanley of AlderleyNickR
WMT G1835430NPMPARRYFEsqAt Cheltenham, F. Parry, Esq., late of the 17th Regiment of Lancers, to Elizabeth Margaret, youngest daughter of J.G. Royds, Esq.SdeM
Longford J18391221NPDPARRYFrancisVice-AdmiralDecember 10, at Fareham, Hants, after a lingering illness, Anne, fourth daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Francis Parry.SdeM
FJ1854217NPMPARRYLucy February 14, at Charlton Church, Commander Robert COOTE late of her Majesty's ship Volcano, son of Sir Charles Henry COOTE Bart MP of Ballyfin, in the Queen's co, to Lucy, eldest daughter of Rea-Admiral Sir E PARRY, Lt-Governor of Greenwich Hospital and granddaughter of the late Lord Stanley of AlderleyNickR
WMT J1828703NPMPARSONSCharles Charles Parsons, of Tuam, Esq. to Eleanor, fourth daughter of Captain O'Connor, of Prospect, county Galway.SdeM
WMT J1833815NPSPARSONSJaneCountess Dowager of RosseThe Right Hon. Jane, Countess Dowager of Rosse, Plaintiff. Margaret Mary Beatty, Euphemia Jane Dorcas Beatty, and several others, Defendants. ... Set up and Sell by Public Auction, to the highest and fairest bidder, All That and Those, the Town and Lands of LARGAN and COOLARTY, otherwise COOLAGHARTY, afterwards called SPRING-PARK; and also all that and those the Town and Lands of TONEYWARDEN, all situate lying and being in the county of Longford ...SdeM
WMT J1831113NPDPARSONS Dowager Lady RosseWe regret exceedingly to state that the Hon. Miss Louisa King, youngest daughter of Lord Viscount Lorton, departed this life on Monday last, at Newcastle, the seat of the Dowager Lady Rosse Parsons. We understand her remains will pass through this town on Monday next, to be deposited in the Noble Lord's family cemetary at Boyle in the County of Roscommon.SdeM
FJ18171210NPSPARTRIDGEAnne Adultry and Cruelty — Doctors Commons, London: Anne PARTRIDGE the wife and John Thomas PARTRIDGE her husband ...[separation proceedings]NickR
FJ18481220NPMPARTRIDGEFrederickLt RNOn the 14th instant, in Kilpeacon Church, Frederick PARTRIDGE, Esq. Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of John PARTRIDGE, Esq. of Bishopswood, Herefordshire, to Henry Ellen daughter of J CROKER, Esq. of Ballyneguarde EsqNickR
FJ18491116NPBPARTRIDGEFrederickMrsNovember 11, at Ballynaguard, co Limerick, Mrs Frederick PARTRIDGE of a son, stillbornNickR
FJ1851529NPBPARTRIDGEFrederickMrsMay 22, at Ballynaguarde, in the co Limerick, Mrs Frederick PARTRIDGENickR
FJ18481220NPMPARTRIDGEJohnEsqOn the 14th instant, in Kilpeacon Church, Frederick PARTRIDGE, Esq. Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of John PARTRIDGE, Esq. of Bishopswood, Herefordshire, to Henry Ellen daughter of J CROKER, Esq. of Ballyneguarde EsqNickR
FJ18171210NPSPARTRIDGEJohn Thomas Adultry and Cruelty — Doctors Commons, London: Anne PARTRIDGE the wife and John Thomas PARTRIDGE her husband ...[separation proceedings]NickR
LEP-CS1833108NPMPASLEYHenryRevOn Tuesday last, Sampson CARTER jun, Esq second son of Major CARTER of the co Tipperary to Mary second daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, Rector of Ballyhane, co GalwayNickR
LC1833109NPMPASLEYHenryRevIn Turlough church, Sampson CARTER, jun, Esq son of Maj CARTER of Tipperary to Mary daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, rector of Ballyhane, co MayoNickR
LH1833110NPMPASLEYHenryRevSampson CARTER, jun, Esq son of Maj CARTER, of Tipperary, to Mary, daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, rector of BallyhaneNickR
LEP-CS1833108NPMPASLEYMary On Tuesday last, Sampson CARTER jun, Esq second son of Major CARTER of the co Tipperary to Mary second daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, Rector of Ballyhane, co GalwayNickR
LC1833109NPMPASLEYMary In Turlough church, Sampson CARTER, jun, Esq son of Maj CARTER of Tipperary to Mary daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, rector of Ballyhane, co MayoNickR
LH1833110NPMPASLEYMary Sampson CARTER, jun, Esq son of Maj CARTER, of Tipperary, to Mary, daughter of the Rev Henry PASLEY, rector of BallyhaneNickR
Longford Msgr1837210NPDPASLEYWRevAt Harold's-cross, county Dublin, 13th last month, aged 72 years, the Rev. W. Pasley, Rector of Rathspeck, Queen's county.SdeM
FJ1830322NPSPASLEY MrFatal Duel, inquest ... S S O'GRADY Esq
An inquest took place of Sat, in Portobello Barracks, before the county coroner Mr PASLEY on the body of Standish Stammer O'GRADY Esq who was shot on the morning of the 18th in a duel Capt SMITH of 32nd Regt ...
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LEP-CS18301126NPMPASSMOREFlora On the 19th inst, John Theophilus Bellingham BELLEW, Esq., of Newtown Ave Co. Dublin, to Flora only daughter of the late George PASSMORE, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS18301126NPMPASSMOREGeorgeEsqOn the 19th inst, John Theophilus Bellingham BELLEW, Esq., of Newtown Ave Co. Dublin, to Flora only daughter of the late George PASSMORE, Esq.NickR
LGA18181023NPMPATERSONHannah Barry Drew HEWETSON to Hannah daughter of J PATERSON Esq of Rossgorvan, co DonegalNickR
LGA18181023NPMPATERSONJEsqBarry Drew HEWETSON to Hannah daughter of J PATERSON Esq of Rossgorvan, co DonegalNickR
FJ1848128NPSPATRON MrReport of death of Hubert Kelly WALDRON Esq JPNickR
WMT J18231030NPMPATTENRobertEsqOn the 6th instant, at the British Ambassador's in Paris, William Moore Patten, Esq., only son of Robert Patten, Esq. of Westport, County Mayo, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Major P. Stewart.SdeM
WMT J18231030NPMPATTENWilliam MooreEsqOn the 6th instant, at the British Ambassador's in Paris, William Moore Patten, Esq., only son of Robert Patten, Esq. of Westport, County Mayo, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Major P. Stewart.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPMPATTERSONJamesMrOn the 10th instant, by the Rev. George Hay, Mr. Robert Allen, merchant, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. James Patterson, Derry.SdeM
WMT J1828911NPMPATTERSONMargaret Mr. R. Bowman, of Belfast, to Margaret, only daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Patterson, of Newtownards.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPMPATTERSONMargaret On the 10th instant, by the Rev. George Hay, Mr. Robert Allen, merchant, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. James Patterson, Derry.SdeM
WMT J1828911NPMPATTERSONThomasMrMr. R. Bowman, of Belfast, to Margaret, only daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Patterson, of Newtownards.SdeM
WMT J1829611NPDPATTISONWilliamEsqOn the 28th ult. at Rathmines, William Pattison, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMPATTONIsaacMrOn the 21st instant, in Belfast, Mr. John Simpson, Merchant, of Florence, United States of America, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Isaac Patton, of Belfast.SdeM
WMT J1827809NPDPATTONIsaacMrIn Belfast, Mr. Isaac Patton, merchant, aged 63.SdeM
WMT J18241028NPMPATTONMargaret On the 21st instant, in Belfast, Mr. John Simpson, Merchant, of Florence, United States of America, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Isaac Patton, of Belfast.SdeM
FJ1857402NPMPATTONSarah March 16, at Tandragee, Henry M MATHEWS Esq CR, to Sarah, third daughter of the late W PATTONNickR
FJ1857402NPMPATTONWEsqMarch 16, at Tandragee, Henry M MATHEWS Esq CR, to Sarah, third daughter of the late W PATTONNickR
WMT J1823501NPMPATTONWilliamCaptIn St. Peter's Church, Captain William Patton, of the 12th Royal Lancers, to Caroline, youngest daughter of Captain Wilkinson, of the 3d Royal Veteran Battalion.SdeM
FJ1772125-28NPMPAULAnne At Clonmore Co Kilkenny, Barry DREW of Drewmount to Miss Ann PAUL of WaterfordNickR
WMT J1830826NPMPAULJohn ThomasRevAt St. George's Church, Belfast, on the 11th instant, the Rev. John Thomas Paul, of Aughadowey, County of Derry, to Ellen, youngest daughter of the late Robert Holmes, Esq., of Belfast.SdeM
LC1783718NPSPAULThomasBAKilkenny, July 16, On Sunday, the Hon. And Right Reverend Doctor BERESFORD, Lord Bishp of Ossory, held an ordination in the parish church of St. Mary's when the following gentlemen, viz. Edward BEATY, R. WHITE, Bartholemew THOMAS, Frederick PHILIPS, Richard Henry SYMES, William B??, William CHAMBERLAINE, John RICHARDS, Thomas RYAN, James ELLARD, Matthew MOORE, and John LEALLY, batchelors of arts, were ordained deacons; and Arthur BROWNLOW, William GLASCOTT, Richard BEVAN, John PRITTY, John HIGINBOTHAM, and Thomas PAUL, bachelors of arts, were ordained priests.NickR
WMT J1813527NPMPAULETCharlesMarquis of WinchesterOn Tuesday morning last, in St. Martin's Church, Dublin, Rear-Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, Knt. to the Marchioness of Clanricarde. The Earl of Hardwicke, Marquis of Winchester, and the Right Hon. Charles Yorke, were present. After the ceremony the married couple left town immediately for Sydney Lodge, near Southampton.SdeM
WMT G1835730NPMPAULETGeorgeRt Hon Lord Capt R NIn London, the Right Hon. Lord George Paulet, Captain in the Royal Navy, third son of the Marquis of Winchester, to Georgina, daughter of Lady Wood and the late General Sir George Wood, K.C.B., of Ottershaw Park, county of Surrey.SdeM
LC1801412NPMPEACCKEElizaMssBy special licence, on the 9th inst. at Barntick, in the county of Clare, John O'BERNE, of Newport, in the county of Longford, and Brother to the Right Hon. the Bishop of Meath, to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE, daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE, of Barntick, EsqNickR
LC1801412NPMPEACCKEJosephEsqBy special licence, on the 9th inst. at Barntick, in the county of Clare, John O'BERNE, of Newport, in the county of Longford, and Brother to the Right Hon. the Bishop of Meath, to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE, daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE, of Barntick, EsqNickR
FJ1844227NPMPEACOCKAEsqOn the same day [19 Feb], in Limerick, Thomas S PEACOCK, of Rathkeale, nephew of the late A PEACOCK Esq MD surgeon of the third Dragoon Guards to Jane youngest daughter of the late William SMITH Esq stipendiary MagistrateNickR
LC1785324NPSPEACOCKAnn Last Tuesday, Ann PEACOCK, was committed to the city Gaol, charged with murdering her own infant, at Loughmore.NickR
FJ18571202NPDPEACOCKAnnaMissNovember 30, at 18, North Earl-street, at a very advanced age, Miss Anna PEACOCK, daughter of the late Rev Robert PEACOCK DD of Ross, rector of Lurra, co Tipperary, and Chancellor of Lurra, co Tipperary, much ...NickR
FJ1851703NPBPEACOCKArthur SEsqAt Mountmellick, the lady of Arthur S PEACOCK, Esq of a son and heirNickR
LC1835905NPDPEACOCKCatherine In Upper Cecil Street, Catherine widow of the late Richard PEACOCK of Dooneen, Esq near Patrick's WellNickR
LC17971004NPMPEACOCKChristina EmmaMissOn the 29th ult. Francis GORE, Esq; to Miss Christina PEACOCKE, of BarntickNickR
FJ1848114NPDPEACOCKEllen On the 8th inst, at Dooneen House, county Limerick, Ellen, wife of Villiers PEACOCK EsqNickR
WMT G1835409NPDPEACOCKGeorgeEsqAt Longford, on Friday morning, the 3d instant, George Peacock, Esq., Surgeon to the county Longford Infirmary, deeply and deservedly regretted.SdeM
FJ1854610NPDPEACOCKGeorgeRevAt King William College, Isle of Man, George, son of the Rev George PEACOCK, of Holycross Glebe, co TipperaryNickR
FJ1854610NPDPEACOCKGeorge At King William College, Isle of Man, George, son of the Rev George PEACOCK, of Holycross Glebe, co TipperaryNickR
LGA1820829NPMPEACOCKIsobella On Thurs, by the Rev Rich LLOYD, at Kilkeedy church, Edward WILSON Esq eldest son of Major WILSON, commanding the Police in the Barony of Kilnamanagh, county Tipperary, to Isobella, daughter of the late Thomas Goodrich PEACOCK of Fort Etne in this coNickR
LGA1819817NPDPEACOCKJamesEsqAt Rathlube, co Clare, very much regretted by her family and friend, Mrs BRIDGMAN, wife of Thomas BRIDGMAN, Esq and daughter of James PEACOCK, Esq. of William Street, in this cityNickR
LGA1820627NPDPEACOCKJamesEsqYesterday in William Street, most sincereley lamented by his famiy and friends, James PEACOCK, Esq.NickR
FJ1820629NPDPEACOCKJamesEsqOn Monday last, in Limerick, James PEACOCK EsqNickR
LGA1807505NPSPEACOCKJames James PEACOCK who was lately admitted into said [County] Hospital for a severe fracture of his skull, by a kick from a horse, is recovering fast, owing to the great attention of Surgeon THWAITES, and the resident apothecary, Mr. O'SHAUGNESSYNickR
LGA1813126NPMPEACOCKJohnMrYesterday, Mr John PEACOCK of this city, chandler, to Miss Catherine WORRELL, daughter of Mr Thomas WORRELL, of Charlotte's Quay, Boot & Shoe makerNickR
LEP-CS1829202NPBPEACOCKM BEsqIn Doughty street, the lady of M B PEACOCK, Esq. of a daughterNickR
LGA18131123NPDPEACOCKPhilip Oliver Thursday evening last, at the house of his father Pryce PEACOCK, Esq Richmond place, master Philip Oliver PEACOCK, a very interesting child, in his fifth yearNickR
LC1793302NPMPEACOCKPryceEsqLast Saturday, at Newtown, Co. Limerick, Pryce PEACOCK, Esq; to the amiable and accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter of James ELLARD, Wsq; with a large fortune.NickR
CG HA1793306NPMPEACOCKPryceEsqLimerick, Feb. 27. At Newtown in this county, Pryce PEACOCKE, Esq; to the accomplished Miss Jane ELLARD, second daughter to James ELLARD, Esq; with a large fortune.NickR
LGA18131123NPDPEACOCKPryceEsqThursday evening last, at the house of his father Pryce PEACOCK, Esq Richmond place, master Philip Oliver PEACOCK, a very interesting child, in his fifth yearNickR
LGA18171118NPDPEACOCKPryceEsqO the evening of Sunday last, in the Tontine, Pryce PEACOCK, Esq, attorney at law — ...NickR
LC18011125NPAPEACOCKPryceMrTo be sold
for ready money
Such part of the Timber at Mount-Coote, near Kilmallock, as shall be pointed out by the Rev. James ELLARD. Prposals in writing to be received by him, or by Mr. Pryce PEACOCK, Limerick.
Sept. 2, 1801.
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LGA18191012NPSPEACOCKPryceRevOn Sunday last, the Lord Bishop of Limerick held an ordination in the Cathedral the following gentlemen received Orders viz:--- William WILLIS, Priest; Pryce PEACOCK, T F MARTIN, Wm BOYLE, Wm HARDING, Michael Webb KEILY, Deacons.NickR
LC1825727NPMPEACOCKPryceRevOn Monday, by the Rev. Pryce PEACOCK, at George's Church, Thomas FITZGERALD, Esq. of Ballydonohue, County Kerry, to Ann, daughter of the late William Johnston HARTE, of Coolruss, in this county, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1828523NPMPEACOCKPryceRevOn Tuesday morning in Dublin, the Rev Pryce PEACOCK of Limerick to Maria daughter of the late Ralph Cole BOWEN EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830112NPMPEACOCKPryceRevAt Georges Church, Limerick by the Rev P PEACOCK, Capt Edward Sheffield CASSAN late of his Majesty's 18th Royal Irish Regt to Isabella Sara Cole BOWEN daughter of the late Henry Cole BOWEN of Bowens Court EsqNickR
FJ18411001NPBPEACOCKPryceRevOn Sunday last, in Limerick, the lady of the Rev Pryce PEACOCK of a sonNickR
FJ1844126NPBPEACOCKPryceRevOn the 21st inst, in Limerick, the lady of the Rev Pryce PEACOCK of a daughterNickR
LGA1809926NPDPEACOCKRichardEsqThis morning, at his lodgings, on Charlotte's-Quay, Rich. PEACOCK, late of Dooneen, in this countyNickR
LC1835905NPDPEACOCKRichardEsqIn Upper Cecil Street, Catherine widow of the late Richard PEACOCK of Dooneen, Esq near Patrick's WellNickR
LC1792901NPDPEACOCKRichardMrIn his lodgings in Francis Street, Mr. Richard PEACOCK, much regrettedNickR
LC_LM17741205NPSPEACOCKRichard Committed. To the Co. Jail, by the Worshipful Mayor, James BORWNE, charged with stealing a horse the property of Mr. Richard PEACOCK.NickR
LC1796416NPMPEACOCKRobertRevAt Ross Co. Tipperary, George HARDING, Esq; of nenagh, to the agreeable Miss PEACOCK, daughter to the Rev Robert PEACOCK, Chancellor of Kilfenora, in the Diocese of KilaloeNickR
FJ18571202NPDPEACOCKRobertRev DDNovember 30, at 18, North Earl-street, at a very advanced age, Miss Anna PEACOCK, daughter of the late Rev Robert PEACOCK DD of Ross, rector of Lurra, co Tipperary, and Chancellor of Lurra, co Tipperary, much ...NickR
WMT G1835521NPDPEACOCKSamuelDrOn the 9th instant, at Mountpelier-Hill, of apoplexy, in the 57th year of his age, Doctor Samuel Peacock, Surgeon of the 3d or Prince of Wales Dragoon Guards.SdeM
LGA1809131NPMPEACOCKSamuelMrMr Samuel PEACOCK surgeon in the 61st regt, to Mrs M BOOTH, widow of the late Capt Henry BOOTHNickR
FJ1806611NPDPEACOCKTMrIn Limerick, Mr T PEACOCK formerly and extensive clothierNickR
LC17921013NPDPEACOCKThomasMrYesyerday morning, at John's Gate, much regretted, the wife of Mr Thomas PEACOCK, an eminent linen manufactureNickR
LGA1820829NPMPEACOCKThomas GoodrichEsqOn Thurs, by the Rev Rich LLOYD, at Kilkeedy church, Edward WILSON Esq eldest son of Major WILSON, commanding the Police in the Barony of Kilnamanagh, county Tipperary, to Isobella, daughter of the late Thomas Goodrich PEACOCK of Fort Etne in this coNickR
LT1836606NPBPEACOCKThomas GoodrickeCaptAt Woodly, near Dublin, the seat of her father, Pierce LESLIE Esq, the lady of Capt Thomas Goodricke PEACOCK of a daughterNickR
FJ1844227NPMPEACOCKThomas S On the same day [19 Feb], in Limerick, Thomas S PEACOCK, of Rathkeale, nephew of the late A PEACOCK Esq MD surgeon of the third Dragoon Guards to Jane youngest daughter of the late William SMITH Esq stipendiary MagistrateNickR
FJ1848114NPDPEACOCKVilliersEsqOn the 8th inst, at Dooneen House, county Limerick, Ellen, wife of Villiers PEACOCK EsqNickR
WMT J18241230NPMPEACOCKWilliamRevOn Monday, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. William Peacock, Francis Gore, junior, Esq., to Mary, second daughter of the late Edward Brown, Esq. of New Grove, County Clare.SdeM
FJ1850114NPMPEACOCKWilliamRevJanuary 10, at Malahide Church, by the Rev Wm. PEACOCK, Thos. Tilson MAGAN Esq of Lower Baggot street, late Capt in Her M's 13th Light Dragons, to Louisa third daughter of M M O'GRADY, Esq MD, La Manch, MalahideNickR
LEP-CS18281202NPDPEACOCKWilliam Yesterday, at Doneen, County Limerick, in the prime of life, Willia, third son of Viliers PEACOCK, Esq. ...NickR
LC1833529NPDPEACOCK CaptAt Terrick House near Bucks, on Thursday the 23rd, in the prime of life aged 31 years the beloved and deeply lamented wife of Capt PEACOCK of Fort Etna in this county ...NickR
WMT G1835528NPSPEACOCK DrThe Election for a Surgeon to Longford Infirmary, in the room of the late lamented Doctor Peacock, took place on the 19th instant. The candidates were very numerous, many of them withdrew on the day of election. George B. West, Esq., having the greatest number of votes, was declared duly elected.SdeM
LC1796416NPMPEACOCK MissAt Ross Co. Tipperary, George HARDING, Esq; of nenagh, to the agreeable Miss PEACOCK, daughter to the Rev Robert PEACOCK, Chancellor of Kilfenora, in the Diocese of KilaloeNickR
LGA1811910NPAPEACOCK MrMr. PEACOCK,
Has received instruction from Mr CASEY to proceed without delay against the Tenants of Lord Limerick, who are in arrear to March and May inst
Limerick, Sept. 10
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LC1785725NPSPEACOCK  Saturday morning about nine o'Clock, a fire broke ut in a Work-house of Mr. PEACOCK, Chandler, in the back lane, Irish-town, which intirely consumed same, with three dwelling houses adjoining; Mr. PEACOCK's loss amounts to 300l. and several poor familiesare reduced to great distress, none being insured; the activity of the Magistrates, with the timely assistance of the Fire Engines and the Army, got the fire under in five hours, or a great part of the city must have been laid in ashes.NickR
LC1793327NPDPEACOCKE?Isabella (nee HEWITT)?MrsLast Monday night, much lamented, at Fort Etna, in the County of Limerick, Mrs. PEACOCKE, relict of the late Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; and mother to Thomas Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; of said placeNickR
FJ1813928NPMPEACOCKEAnna Jane On Saturday last, at Kilpeacon Church, near Limerick, Wm LLOYD esq son of the late Thomas LLOYD of Castle Lloyd, to Anna Jane daughter of Thomas G PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in the co Limerick EsqNickR
LEP-CS1833903NPDPEACOCKECatherine In William Street, Limerick, of water on the brain, after a few days illness, Catherine, daughter of Mr. John PEACOCKENickR
MJ17401109NPMPEACOCKECherryMissLimerick Nov 9th. Last Saturday Lt HALL, of Gen BRAGG's Regiment, was married to Miss Cherry PEACOCKE, a beautiful young lady with a handsome fortuneNickR
LC1801411NPMPEACOCKEElizaMissBy spec lic, on the 9th inst at Barnick CLA John O'BERNE of Newport co Longford Capt in the Longford Militia and bro to the Rt Hon Bishop of Meath to Miss Eliza PEACOCKE daughter of Joseph PEACOCKE of Barnick EsqNickR
LGA18131019NPMPEACOCKEEliza On Thursday last, by the Rev William LEWIS, at St John's church, Thomas BRIDGMAN Esq of Kilkishen, co Clare, to Eliza, fifth daughter of James PEACOCKE, Esq of William Street, in this cityNickR
FJ18131023NPMPEACOCKEEliza On Thursday last, at St John's church, Limerick, Thomas BRIDGMAN, Esq of Kilkishen, in the co Clare, to Eliza fifth daughter of James PEACOCKE, Esq of William Street, LimerickNickR
LS1840309NPDPEACOCKEEliza This morning in William Street, Eliza, daughter of Mr John PEACOCKENickR
FJ18541130NPDPEACOCKEElizabeth Harriett November 23, at Brighton, Elizabeth Harriet only surviving daugter of the late Sir Nathaniel PEACOCKE Bart of Graigue, co ClareNickR
LS1838828NPDPEACOCKEEllen LouisaMrsAt Trinadad, on the 4th ult, of fever Capt William Lloyd PEACOCKE, Chief Special Justice of the Port of Spain & 2nd son of the late Thomas Goodricke PEACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna in this co and 8 days previous of the same illness Ellen Louisa wife of Capt PNickR
FJ1853924NPMPEACOCKEEmily September 21, in Cork, James GARDINER, Esq of Mallow, to Emily daughter of the late Villiers PEACOCKE, Esq of Doneen, co LimerickNickR
LC1792317NPDPEACOCKEGeorgeEsqLast Tuesday in Cork, George PEACOCKE, Esq; lare captain in the 6th regt. of footNickR
LS1838828NPMPEACOCKEGeorgeEsqIn St Anne's church, George, eldest son of the late Henry PEACOCKE Esq of Ballinacourty, co Limerick, to Jane eldest daughter of the late Thomas ARTHURE MD, Richview, co DublinNickR
FJ18261009NPMPEACOCKEGeorgeRevOn Saturday the 7th inst, at St Peter's, by the Rev Dr WALL, Senior Fellow, TCD the Rev George PEACOCKE, son of the late Thomas Goodricke REACOCKE Esq of Fort Etna, co Limerick, to Catherine daughter of Joesph RAWLINS Esq of Harcourt StreetNickR
FJ1831520NPBPEACOCKEGeorgeRevOn the 14th inst, at Cranagh, near Templemore, the lady of the Rev George PEACOCKE of a still born sonNickR
FJ1842208NPBPEACOCKEGeorgeRevAt Holy Cross Glebe, co Tipperary, the lady of the Rev George PEACOCKE, of a daughterNickR
LGA1811514NPSPEACOCKEGeorginaMissWith sensations of sincere regret we have to mention an unfortunate accident which occurred on Wednesday last at Barntick, the seat of Sir Joseph PEACOCKE Bt, Miss Georgina PEACOCKE, was about to take an airing on horseback; when in the moment of adjusting herself on the saddle, the horse sprang forward and set off at ungovernable speed! The unfortunate rider unable to restrain the animal by the power of the reins, which she had not in the agitation of the moment taken up properly, and unable to maintain her equlibrium or preserve her seat, she was precipitated with considerable violence, by which she was considerably injured as to cause concussion of the brain.— She has since languished with but faint hopes of recovery; and yesterday in the berauty nad bloom of life, resigned her soul, thus prematuely snatched away from her beloved, but now afflicted family!— To a lovely, interesting, and amiable person, she united every kindred quality that could excite admiration or command esteem. She expired at twelve o'clock, Yesterday morning.NickR
FJ1861219NPBPEACOCKEGoodriche TEsqFebruary 17, at Fitzwilliam Place, the wife of Goodriche T PEACOCKE, Esq of a daughterNickR
LC1793327NPDPEACOCKEGoodrickEsqLast Monday night, much lamented, at Fort Etna, in the County of Limerick, Mrs. PEACOCKE, relict of the late Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; and mother to Thomas Goodrick PEACOCKE, Esq; of said placeNickR
FJ1844903NPMPEACOCKEHannah On the 27th of August, in Cork, Mathew SEWARD Esq of Mallow, to Hannah youngest daughter of Villiers PEACOCKE Esq of Doneen House, co LimerickNickR
LS1838828NPMPEACOCKEHenryEsqIn St Anne's church, George, eldest son of the late Henry PEACOCKE Esq of Ballinacourty, co Limerick, to Jane eldest daughter of the late Thomas ARTHURE MD, Richview, co DublinNickR
FJ1820829NPMPEACOCKEIsabella On Thursday last, at Kilkeady church, Edward WILSON son of Maj WILSON commanding the Police in the Barony of Killnenanagh, co Tipperary to Isabella daughter of the late Thomas Goodricke PEACOCK Esq of Fort Etna, co LimerickNickR
LGA18131019NPMPEACOCKEJamesEsqOn Thursday last, by the Rev William LEWIS, at St John's church, Thomas BRIDGMAN Esq of Kilkishen, co Clare, to Eliza, fifth daughter of James PEACOCKE, Esq of William Street, in this cityNickR
FJ18131023NPMPEACOCKEJamesEsqOn Thursday last, at St John's church, Limerick, Thomas BRIDGMAN, Esq of Kilkishen, in the co Clare, to Eliza fifth daughter of James PEACOCKE, Esq of William Street, LimerickNickR
FJ1816729NPMPEACOCKEJamesEsqOn Sunday last, in Limerick, William O'MEARA Esq of Elm Hill, co Clare, to Margaret second daughter of James PEACOCKE Esq of LimerickNickR
LEP-CS1828819NPMPEACOCKEJamesEsqOn Sunday, at Adare Church, by the Rev Mr FITZGERALD and afterwards at her brother's house in William Street Limerick by the Very REV Dr HOGAN, Sarah, daughter of the late James PEACOCKE, Esq to Mr John HOLIHAN grocer and wine merchant of the same streetNickR
LGA18041108NPMPEACOCKEJamesMrTuesday last, in St John's Church, Mr William LLOYD to the` truly amiable and accomplished Miss PEACOCKE, daughter to Mr James PEACOCKE, of John's StreetNickR
LC18261122NPDPEACOCKEJamesMrsIn William Street, at an advanced age, Mrs. PEACOCKE, relict of the late James PEACOCKE, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1830810NPDPEACOCKEJohnMrIn William Street, Limerick, aged six years, John, son of Mr. John PEACOCKENickR
LH1832621NPDPEACOCKEJohnMrTuesday, in William street, aged 17 years, Miss Mary PEACOCKE, daughter of Mr John PEACOCKENickR
ClonmAdv1832627NPDPEACOCKEJohnMrIn Limerick, Miss Mary PEACOCKE, daughter of Mr John PEACOCKENickR
LEP-CS1833903NPDPEACOCKEJohnMrIn William Street, Limerick, of water on the brain, after a few days illness, Catherine, daughter of Mr. John PEACOCKENickR

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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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