King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 76

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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LGA1819309NPSRAWDON-HASTINGSFrancisMarquis of HastingsHis Excellency the Marquis Hastings, Gov. Gen. of India has appointed Charles A MOLONEY Esq. chief commissioner and manager of several provinces lately ceded in India, to the British Government; this young gentleman is second son of James MOLONY, Esq of Kilcannon, co Clare: this important and dignified situation has been given to him in the most handsome and gracious manner, as a reward of his most extensive talents, and his intimatel knowledge of the Persian languageNickR
LEP-CS18281223NPDRAWLEY MrIn Charleville, on Wednesday, at the house of his father-in-law Mr. RAWLEY, Mr. Thomas LACY, of Broad-street, Limerick. He was a young man of exemplary character, and much esteemed by his friends and acquaintenance. He bore a long and trying illness with that fortitude inspired alone by the confidence of enjoying a better and happier existence, which is now the only consolation left a young and afficted widow, and esteemed father, to whom, he was always a dutiful and affectionate son.NickR
WMT J18271018NPDRAWLINSAnna On the 4th instant, Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq. of Harcourt-street.SdeM
FJ18261009NPMRAWLINSCatherine On 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
FJ18261009NPMRAWLINSJosephEsqOn 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
WMT J18271018NPDRAWLINSJosephEsqOn the 4th instant, Anna, eldest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq. of Harcourt-street.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMRAWLINSJosephEsqOn the 11th instant, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Wall, F.T.C., D., the Rev. Ambrose Smith, Vicar of Templeudigan, County Wexford, and eldest son of Thomas Smith, Esq., M.D., Belmont, County Dublin, to Letitia, youngest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq., Harcourt-street.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPMRAWLINSLetitia On the 11th instant, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Wall, F.T.C., D., the Rev. Ambrose Smith, Vicar of Templeudigan, County Wexford, and eldest son of Thomas Smith, Esq., M.D., Belmont, County Dublin, to Letitia, youngest daughter of Joseph Rawlins, Esq., Harcourt-street.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPMRAWSONSarah October 26, by special license, at Melbourne, Port Philip, New South Wales, by the Rev. James Forbes, Dr. Clarke, of Furlong, to Sarah, second daughter of the late William Rawson, Esq., of the county of Wicklow.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPMRAWSONWilliamEsqOctober 26, by special license, at Melbourne, Port Philip, New South Wales, by the Rev. James Forbes, Dr. Clarke, of Furlong, to Sarah, second daughter of the late William Rawson, Esq., of the county of Wicklow.SdeM
WMT J18245'20NPDRAYMONDGeorgeMrAt Poplar Road, Annesley Bridge, Mr. George Raymond, late Supervisor of Taxes.SdeM
LEP-CS1829911NPSRAYMONDJamesEsqJames RAYMOND, Esq. late of Holly Park, Co. Limerick, is appointed Post-Master General, at Sydney, New South Wales. [He was the first Post Master General, died 29 May 1851 at Darlinghurst and was buried 2 June 1851 at St Peter's Cooks River aged 65]NickR
FJ1847212NPMRAYMONDJane Frances On the 4th inst, at Booterstown church, the Rev John Thomas LANGFORD son of the late Rev Francis LANGFORD rector of Kilcornan, co Limerick, to Jane Frances only daughter of th late William RAYMOND of this city Esq barister-at-lawNickR
WMT J1825203NPDRAYMONDJohnEsqOn Monday last, of a fever, much regretted, John Raymond, Esq. of Raghcommane, in the County of Kerry.SdeM
FJ1847212NPMRAYMONDWilliamEsqOn the 4th inst, at Booterstown church, the Rev John Thomas LANGFORD son of the late Rev Francis LANGFORD rector of Kilcornan, co Limerick, to Jane Frances only daughter of th late William RAYMOND of this city Esq barister-at-lawNickR
LGA1811621NPMREAGilesEsqAt Newcastle, by the Rev Thos LOCKE, Giles REA, of Anna, in the co Kerry, Esq, to Deborah, youngest daughter of the late John LANGFORD, of Castle Langford, in saiid coNickR
WMT J1834417NPMREAHelen Anderson At Barnwood, on Tuesday, by the Rev. Charles Henry Watling, Vicar of Badgworth, Alexander Richey, Esq., late of this City, to Helen Anderson, third daughter of Joseph Rea, Esq., Barnwood, near Gloucester.SdeM
WMT J1825331NPMREAJ On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Brown, Mr. Hugh Ferguson, to Mary, eldest daughter of J. Rea, of Belfast.SdeM
WMT G1835319NPDREAJohnMrOn Wednesday last, after 30 years' suffering, which he bore with cheerful resignation, Mr. John Rea, merchant tailor.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMREAJosephEsqAt Barnwood, on Tuesday, by the Rev. Charles Henry Watling, Vicar of Badgworth, Alexander Richey, Esq., late of this City, to Helen Anderson, third daughter of Joseph Rea, Esq., Barnwood, near Gloucester.SdeM
WMT J1825331NPMREAMary On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Brown, Mr. Hugh Ferguson, to Mary, eldest daughter of J. Rea, of Belfast.SdeM
LC1827811NPAREAMary (alias FLEMING) Notice
That I, Patrick REA, of Kileen, in the Parish of Ballylanders, in the Barony of Costlea, in the County of Limerick—and my WIFE, Mary REA, alias FLEMING, have voluntarily separated from each other and have amicably settled to give her her portion, and I have given it before several witnesses, we have also parted in good friendship, shaking hands and wishing each other good luck. I hereby give Notice to the Public at large not to Credit my said Wife in either money or value.
Patrick REA,
August 11th, 1827.
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LC1827811NPAREAPatrick Notice
That I, Patrick REA, of Kileen, in the Parish of Ballylanders, in the Barony of Costlea, in the County of Limerick—and my WIFE, Mary REA, alias FLEMING, have voluntarily separated from each other and have amicably settled to give her her portion, and I have given it before several witnesses, we have also parted in good friendship, shaking hands and wishing each other good luck. I hereby give Notice to the Public at large not to Credit my said Wife in either money or value.
Patrick REA,
August 11th, 1827.
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LEP-CS1831823NPMREARobert LangfordEsqIn Dublin, by the Rev. John ALLEN, and subsequently in Scotland, Robert Langford REA, Esq., of Dublin, to Eliza Anne, daughter of William Godfrey LANGFORD, Esq., of Annadale, Co. KerryNickR
FJ18081104aNPMREAWilliamMrAt Dromore, Mr Wm REA of Edenruty, at the advanced age of 73, to Miss Lucinda LEE of Drumskee, aged 24 — The circumstance attended this marriage is something singular, as he has lived to this period without ever thinking of entering such a situation, though possessed of a vast property; but supposing his friends might have disputes in consequence thereof he thought proper to make an engagement with this young woman, she being his house keeperNickR
WMT J1833815NPSREADMary Mary Read a. Wm. Alexander Williamson and others. ...SdeM
WMT G1835326NPMREADEGeorgeEsqOn the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1826126NPDREADEJohnEsqOn the 17th inst. at Woodtown-west, in the County of Meath, of a lingering illness, brought on by misfortune, and supported with unexampled patience, John Reade, Esq., formerly Barrister at Law. A man of splendid talents, unblemished integrity, & unaffected goodness of heart. Pious, humane and charitable. His remains were interred without pomp or ceremony near to those of his father the late Rev. Philip Reade, in Athboy, in the said County, but followed to the grave by multitudes who with deep and heartfelt grief deplored their loss.SdeM
FJ18161118NPMREADEMaryMrsOn Wednesday last, William LEE Esq of Springmount, co Kilkenny, to Mary READE widow of the late Richard M READE Esq of Kosenaragh, in the said coNickR
WMT J1826126NPDREADEPhilipRevOn the 17th inst. at Woodtown-west, in the County of Meath, of a lingering illness, brought on by misfortune, and supported with unexampled patience, John Reade, Esq., formerly Barrister at Law. A man of splendid talents, unblemished integrity, & unaffected goodness of heart. Pious, humane and charitable. His remains were interred without pomp or ceremony near to those of his father the late Rev. Philip Reade, in Athboy, in the said County, but followed to the grave by multitudes who with deep and heartfelt grief deplored their loss.SdeM
WMT G1835625NPBREADEREsqAt Woodpark, County Galway, the lady of R. Reade, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
FJ18161118NPMREADEricgard MEsqOn Wednesday last, William LEE Esq of Springmount, co Kilkenny, to Mary READE widow of the late Richard M READE Esq of Kosenaragh, in the said coNickR
LGA18161115NPMREADERichardEsqAt Konctopher Church, William LEE, of Callen, Esq. to Mrs READE, relict of the late Richard READE, of Rosemore, Esq. on which occasionMr. LEE gave a donation of ten guineas nto the Poor of the ParishNickR
LGA1819611NPMREADEWilliamRev Sir BtOn Saturday, at Tomgrany church, by the Rev Sir Wm READE Bt, John HEWLETT Esq of Raheen, Co Clare, to Constantina daughter of the late Francis DREW of Drewsborough EsqNickR
WMT G1835326NPMREADE DrOn the 10th instant, at Carnew Church, by the Rev. Hawtrey W. Browne, George Reade, Esq., second son of Doctor Reade, of Clondalkin Glebe, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Richard Booky, of Donis Hall, in the County of Wexford, Esq. SdeM
LGA18161115NPMREADE MrsAt Konctopher Church, William LEE, of Callen, Esq. to Mrs READE, relict of the late Richard READE, of Rosemore, Esq. on which occasionMr. LEE gave a donation of ten guineas nto the Poor of the ParishNickR
LGA1808906NPMReadyEMrOn Saturday evening, John O'Donnell JOYNT, of Broadstreet, grocer, to the agreeable Miss READY, daughter of Mr E READY, grocer of this cityNickR
LGA1812211NPSREADYWilliam Committed—By Eyre EVANS Esq. to the county jail, on Thursday, William READY, Willim DOWNEY, Patrick ROONAN, John CASEY, and Patrick LEE, charged with felony, unlawful assemblies, and buglary in the house of D. BERKELEY, of KilmallockNickR
LGA1808906NPMREADY MissOn Saturday evening, John O'Donnell JOYNT, of Broadstreet, grocer, to the agreeable Miss READY, daughter of Mr E READY, grocer of this cityNickR
LC1827321NPSREALEllen (nee MANGANE) ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.
COUNTY LIMERICK COURT—SATURDAY.
   Dominick Joyce, Patrick Molony, and John Molony, were indicted for the abduction of Ellen Mangane, with intent that Thomas Joyce forcibly marry the said Ellen Mangane—and also for stealing 30s, the property of Thomas Mangane.
   Thomas Mangane proved that his house was broken into on the night of the 16th of January last, by an armed party, his niece forcibly taken away out of her bed, and one of his drawers broken and a thirty shilling bank note taken thereout; Patrick Molony missed fire at him with a pistol, identified him and Dominick Joyce ; the girl was not more than six it teen years' old, and is since well married.
   Margaret Mangane confirmed the evidence of her husband, and identified John Molony; Ellen Mangane alias Real, a very comely and interesting young woman, corroborated the testimony of her relations; she was carried off from her bed by Thomas Joyce, who is not taken, and others whom she did not know; did not see Dominick Joyce or John MoIony, among the party.
   Thomas Butler, Policeman, proved seeing Patrick Molony at his house in bed the night of the outrage. The prisoners received a good distract for sobriety and industry and the Jury acquitted them.
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FJ1858708NPMREALLJosephEsqJuly 3, in Cork, Christopher JOHNSON Esq Burton-on-Trent, to Martha Mary, relict of Richard WALDRON and daughter of the late Joseph REALL Esq Ballyclough, FermoyNickR
LGA1815203NPSREARDONDaniel Attack on house at ArdpatrickNickR
LGA1815217NPSREARDONDaniel Committed, By Charles D OLIVER, Esq, to the County Jail, John BOURKE, Wm. TORPRY, and Daniel REARDON, charged with burglarously breaking open the houuse of Thos. DILLANE, of Ardpatrick and attempting to burn it.NickR
LEP-CS18291013NPSREARDONThady City Limerick Quarter SessionsNickR
LEP-CS18301231NPSREDDAN(female) A person named REDDAN was severely burned in the back, by her clothes catching fire, on Christmas eve, at a public house, in Limerick.NickR
LT1836208NPMREDDANBridgetMissOn Saturday morning, in Upper Glentworth Street by the Rev Mr D'ARCY VP of St Michael's Mr John KERBY grocer of Mary Street to Miss Bridget REDDANNickR
LC18231227NPSREDDANCMrOn Sunday night last, a valuable in-calf heiffer was maliciously killed on the lands of Gurteen, Parisg of Quinn, County Clare, the property of Mr. C. REDDAN. Those lands were some time since in the hands of cotter tenants, who were forgiven an immense arear, on giving up the lands to the owner, Richard CREAGH, Esq. of Dangan, who subsequently let them to the present tenant.NickR
LC1826222NPSREDDANConnor An inquest having been held on the body of Bridget BREEN, the innocent and unfortunate victim of the late most savage and revolting act of barbarity, near Tulla, a verdict of "wilful murder," was returned against Connor REDDAN and Lucius WELSH, principals in this inhuman outrage. It would appear that the poor woman was absolutely burned to death by those horrid wretches, in their cursed pasion for money.—"Auri sacra fames, quid non mortalla pectora cogis"?NickR
DEM1826310NPSREDDANConnor The only interesting trial since the commencement if the Assizes was that of Connor REDDAN, for the barbarous murder of Bridget LYNCH, alias BRINN, near Tulla. The case occupied a considerable length of time. He was found guilty of burglary, but acquitted of murder.NickR
LC1826426NPSREDDANConnor (Cornelius) Three men have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in a burglary and burning of a woman near Tulla, some time since, and for which a man named REDDAN, was hanged, at the last Ennis Assizes.NickR
LC1826429NPSREDDANConnor (Cornelius) The three men taken up in the County Clare charged ith the crime for which Connor REDDAN was hanged last Ennis Asssizes, have been identified by the approver.NickR
LC1826322NPSREDDANCornelius On Saturday, Cornelius REDDAN found guilty, at Ennis Assizes, of the murder of Bridget LYNCH, was executed in front of he new gaol of that town. For some days before, he refused any religious consolation; but, subsequently became resigned, and acknowledged the justice of his sentence, declaring, that the death he was to suffer was much lighter than his crime deserved.NickR
LC1826712NPSREDDANCornelius   John REDDAN, for assaulting Catherine DONOUGHUE.— From representation of the prosecutrix this cause appeared to wear a very aggrivated complexion, the parties reside in the same house, and yet never could live in harmony together. At the late election REDDAN and DONOGHUE came in angry collision, and the latter appeared to have suffered severely from the rencontre, having been dragged down the stairs, as she said, two hands full of hair torn out of her head, and repeatedly kicked outside the door in every part of the body. A witness for the defence swore that previous to the affray, Catherine DONOGHUE flung a key and a knife at the other party, and swore laoudly she would have bloody work before the day would pass over. The Jury were of the opinion, however, that REDDAN was the guilty person, and he was sentenced to be imprisoned for a month and to find bail for his behaviour, himself in 10l. and two surities in 5l. each.NickR
LC18341018NPNREDDANCornelius Cess Payers — A list of cess payers appointed by the grand Jury at Summer Assizes 1834 ... Upper Tulla – .. James MACNAMARA, Ayle; ... Cornelius REDDAN, Allagh; ... Lower Tulla – ... Thomas BRIDGEMAN, Killeen; ...NickR
LEP-CS1828729NPN/SREDDAND Subscriptions for the relief of Clare Freeholders ... D REDDAN £1-0-0NickR
LC18351125NPDREDDANDanielMrIn Denmark Street, Mr Daniel REDDANNickR
LC1801117NPMREDDANDenisEsqThursday last, at Broadford Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE linnen-draper, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN daughter of Denis REDDAN Esq of said placeNickR
LC1801117NPMREDDANDenisEsqThursday last, at Broadford, Co. Clare, Mr. James GILMORE, Linen-draper of Broad Street, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN, daughter of Denis REDDAN, Esq; of said placeNickR
LGA1818130NPSREDDANDenisEsqRobbery of Denis REDDAN's houseNickR
LC18341119NPDREDDANDenisEsqAt Tomgrany, co Clare, on Wednesday last, aged 76 years, Mrs REDDAN, wife of Denis REDDAN EsqNickR
LC1835128NPDREDDANDenisEsqAt Tomagrany, co Clare, in advanced age Denis REDDAN, Esq, a most honorable and kind hearted country gentlemanNickR
LGA1811827NPMREDDANDennisEsqAt Toomgrary on Sunday last John PURCELL of Cahir, County Clare Esq to Miss REDDAN daughter of Dennis REDDAN EsqNickR
FJ18561106NPMREDDANDora Maria November 4, at Tomgraney, by the Right Rev Dr VAUGHAN, Bishop of Killaloe, John FROST Esq solicitor, Ennis, to Dora Maria, only daughter of Mathew REDDAN Esq Shannon View, and granddaughter of Captain BRIDGEMAN, Rathloobe, co ClareNickR
LS18401022NPNREDDANFrancis County of the City of Limerick a list of registry applicants ... REDDAN, Francis, Mary Street, Shopkeeper, freeman....NickR
LC18351230NPDREDDANJMrIn High Street, Ennis, Margaret widow of Mr J REDDAN grocerNickR
LEP-CS1828101NPDREDDANJamesMrIn High Street Ennis, of a few days illness Mr James REDDAN grocer — he was generally estemed as an honest manNickR
LC1832623NPDREDDANJamesMrIn Ennis of cholera Mrs REDDAN widow of Mr James REDDAN grocerNickR
ClonmAdv1832627NPDREDDANJamesMrIn Ennis, of Cholera, Mrs REDDAN, widow of Mr James REDDAN, grocerNickR
LC1825305NPSREDDANJames On Thursday the Quarter Sessions were resumed ...James REDDAN for stealinf a small bag of wheat from a Countryman's car—three months imprisonmentNickR
LGA1809307NPSREDDANJohnEsqOn Sunday morning a man called Pat. SHEEDY was found dead on board a canal boat, the property of John REDDAN Esq, near Doonas.—In consequence of some suspicion arising respecting the death, Mr. REDDAN, accompanied by Surgeon THWAITES, proceeded yesterday to the place, where they were met by Thomas SAMPSON, Esq, coroner of the county Clare, and a respectable jury; after the most minute examination of the body by the surgeon, and strictest investigation of the jury, it clearly appeared that Patrick SHEEDY died "by the visitaion of God".NickR
LC1824327NPSREDDANJohnEsqThursday's gneral meeting of the proprietors of teh Commercial Buildings ... Directors ... John REDDANNickR
LC1827217NPSREDDANJohnEsqWednesday night, the provision stores of J. REDDAN, Esq., at the upper end of William Street, were robbed of a quantity of pork intended for exportation. The wretches implicated in the crime were then employed in his concerns, some of them actually on watch for its protection. Fortunately five of them were arrested by the City Police, while in the act of descending from the Store loft, with the pork in their possession.NickR
LEP-CS1831304NPSREDDANJohnEsqCity Limerick Record Panel,—Edmond MORNEY, of Ballyclogh, Esq.; John REDDAN, Esq. Merchant; William COLLINS, Esq.; Ralph BRERETON, Esq. merchant; John ROCHFORD, Esq. merchant; George W. RUSSELL, Esq. merchant; John HANLY, Esq. woolen draper; James ALTON, Esq; Thomas WORRALL, Esq. merchant; Arthur SAYERS, Esq; S. CASWELL, Esq. merchant; George M. GOGGIN, Esq; William HUNT, Esq. of Friarstown; Francis SPAIGHT, Esq. merchant; George Westropp JAMESON, Esq. merchant; John Thomas WESTROPP, Esq.; James MORGAN, Esq.; Joseph MILLER, Esq.; William WILSON, Esq. seed merchant; Philip M'ARDELL, Esq.; Paul CUDMORE, of Ballyclogh, Esq.; Arthur GLOSTER, Esq.; Thomas QUINLAN, Esq. coach maker; Joseph DELANY, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1833802NPSREDDANJohnEsq

City Court — Wednesday

  The following Jury were sworn at a sitting of the Court:— James O'SULLIVAN, Robert GABBETT, John GRANTHAM, John REDDAN, Michael QUIN, George Morgan GOGGIN, William ERSON, John ROCHE, Hugh M. ROBINSON, James MASSY, Pierce SHANNON, and Thomas WORRALL, Esqrs
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FJ1855918NPDREDDANJohnEsqSeptember 14, at Shannon-view, Tomgrany, John REDDAN, Esq formerly one of the most extensive merchants in LimerickNickR
LH1831616NPDREDDANJohnMrOn Sunday, in John's Street, Mr John REDDAN for many years a respected victuallerNickR
FJ1856317NPSREDDANJohnPteASSIZES INTELLIGENCE ... CORK ...
John REDDAN, private in the city of Limerick Artillery, for violent assult<—>four years' penal servitude
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LGA1813326NPSREDDANJohn At a meeting of the propritors of the Commercial Bulidings, held yesteday, the following gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year
John M'NAMARA,
John HOWLY,
John PINKERTON,
Martin CREAGH,
Joseph FISHER,
William WHITE,
Michael GAVIN, jun
Denis LENEGAN,
Ruben HARVEY,
Walter Martin WHITE,
George BLACK,
Joseph Massey HARVEY,
Thomas KELLY,
Michael RYAN,
John Norris RUSSELL,
John REDDAN,
John BARRY,
William NORRIS,
John KELLY,
Alan Francis O'NEILL,
Timothy RYAN,
Jasper WHITE
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LGA1814429NPN/SREDDANJohn Exports
  Erin, for Bayonne—300 bags flour, 50 do. biscuit, John REDDAN
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LGA1817613NPAREDDANJohn 
To the Public
——

John REDDAN's Stores in Upper William Street, are open for the sale of MEAL and FLOUR, by Wholesale and Retail.

Limerick, June 10, 1817

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LGA1817617NPAREDDANJohn Subscribers for a subsidy fo oat meal for the poor to inhibit riotous behaviour — for eight weeks at the following sums per week ... John REDDAN £1-2-9 .. John LEE 10sNickR
LGA1818220NPAREDDANJohn Robbery and Reward
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Whereas on Thursday night, 29th January, Four Fellows, broke into my house in Cornwallis Street, and stole thereout a considerable sum.
  I hereby offer a reward of Fifty Pounds for the apprehension and conviction of the perpetrators or Twenty Pounds for private information so as to lead to a conviction of any of them coincerned— within six months from the date thereof.
Limerick, Feb, 10. John REDDAN
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LGA1818403NPAREDDANJohn donations to defray the cost of pilgramage to Rome by Rev Richard HAYES ... John REDDAN £1-2-9 ...NickR
LGA1819209NPAREDDANJohn We the undrsigned request a meeting of RCs in the city and County of Limerick, Friday next the 12th inst at the commercial buildings ... repeal of penal laws ... John REDDAN ...NickR
FJ1825626NPNREDDANJohn Meeting of Creditors — Alan F O'NEILL, Limerick, final dividend, H HARTE agent John REDDAN assigneeNickR
FJ18251130NPNREDDANJohn Meeting of Creditors — at the Royal Exchange this day at 2 O'Clock - Thomas R PERSSE, Dublin final dividend, Wm WILLIAMS agent, WILLIAMS & CLARKE assignees ... Alan F O'NEILL, Limerick, Final Dividend, Henry HARTON agent, John REDDAN assignee ...NickR
LC1826712NPSREDDANJohn   John REDDAN, for assaulting Catherine DONOUGHUE.— From representation of the prosecutrix this cause appeared to wear a very aggrivated complexion, the parties reside in the same house, and yet never could live in harmony together. At the late election REDDAN and DONOGHUE came in angry collision, and the latter appeared to have suffered severely from the rencontre, having been dragged down the stairs, as she said, two hands full of hair torn out of her head, and repeatedly kicked outside the door in every part of the body. A witness for the defence swore that previous to the affray, Catherine DONOGHUE flung a key and a knife at the other party, and swore laoudly she would have bloody work before the day would pass over. The Jury were of the opinion, however, that REDDAN was the guilty person, and he was sentenced to be imprisoned for a month and to find bail for his behaviour, himself in 10l. and two surities in 5l. each.NickR
LEP-CS1828328NPSREDDANJohn The following were on Tuesday elected on the annual committee of the Commecial Buildings:— ... John REDDAN,NickR
LC18331214NPAREDDANJohn Requsition — We the undersigned anxious to promote the establishment of a public journal in this city conducted on popular principles request a meeting Dec 16, at 2 O'clock ... REDDAN, John, upper-William Street ...NickR
LC18351230NPDREDDANMargaret In High Street, Ennis, Margaret widow of Mr J REDDAN grocerNickR
LH1832102NPBREDDANMathewEsqAt Tomgreany house, co Clare, the lady of Mathew REDDEN, Esq of a daughterNickR
LEP-CS1832103NPBREDDANMathewEsqOn Sunday at Shannonview near Tomgreany, co Clare, the lady of Mathew REDDAN Esq of a daughter This announcement reached erroneously in another shape on Friday.NickR
LC18331030NPBREDDANMathewEsqAt Tomgrany, the lady of Mathew REDDAN Esq of a sonNickR
FJ18561106NPMREDDANMathewEsqNovember 4, at Tomgraney, by the Right Rev Dr VAUGHAN, Bishop of Killaloe, John FROST Esq solicitor, Ennis, to Dora Maria, only daughter of Mathew REDDAN Esq Shannon View, and granddaughter of Captain BRIDGEMAN, Rathloobe, co ClareNickR
FJ18591114NPDREDDANMathewEsqNovember 12, at Shannonview, Tomgraney, Mathew REDDAN Esq ...NickR
LEP-CS1831304NPMREDDANMatthewEsqMatthew REDDAN of Shannon View Esq to Miss BRIDGMAN, daughter of Capt BRIDGMAN of Ralooba, co ClareNickR
FJ1831305NPMREDDANMatthewEsqMatthew REDDAN of Shannon View Esq to Miss BRIDGMAN, daughter of Capt BRIDGMAN of Ralooba, co ClareNickR
LEP-CS1831426NPSREDDANMatthewEsqThe Terry Alts have forcibly taken possession of a large quantity of ground at Knocklara, barony of Tulla, the property of Mat. REDDAN, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1832323NPSREDDANMatthewEsq  Mr. STEELE, and his friend and kinsman, Matthew REDDAN, Esq., of the county Clare, attended on Monday at the office of the Chief Remembrancer, at the Four Courts, to bid for the estate of Lough O'Connell, which was to be set under the Court of Exchequer.
  Mr. STEELE went into his own case, against the occupier, Charles STUDDERT, Esq., of Newmarket on Fergus, and argued it with great power and ability.
  A receiver has been appointed by the court over Mr. STEELE's estates, but by arrangement with Mr. REDDAN, he will make the house of Lough O'Connell his residence, as Mr. STUDDERT desisted from bidding against him, after advancing about 1l 10s as acre above the rent which he paid Mr. STEELE before.
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LEP-CS18331101NPBREDDANMatthewEsqAt Tomdrany, the lady of Matthew REDDAN Esq of a sonNickR
LEP-CS18331101NPBREDDANMatthewEsqAT Tomgrany, the lady of Matthew REDDAN, Esq., of a sonNickR
LC1834412NPNREDDANMatthew New Grand Jury Act - the undermentiones cesspayers have been appointed by the Grand Jury to be associated with the Magistrates at the special road sessions co Clare ... Upper Tulla ... James MACNAMARA .. Matt REDDAN ...Lower Tulla .. Thomas BRIDGEMAN...NickR
LEP-CS1829626NPSREDDANMichaelMrMr. Michael REDDAN, of this city (Limerick), was drowned, on Sunday last, wilst bathing at Kilkee. It is supposed he got a fit in the water, as he was not at the time beyond his depth.NickR
LGA1819101NPNREDDANPatrick Nocturnal delinquency — On the night of Wednesday last, some nefarious villain or villains entered the demise of Andrew KERIN, Esq at Ballyally, Co Clare, and killed a fine breeding ewe. On the same night, and in the same neighbourhood a similar act of atrocity was perpetrated on the property of Patrick REDDAN. In both cases the deed seems replete with wanton licentiousness. A portion of the fay only was removed, which was savagely torn through the sides of the animal, for the purpose, most probably of disposing of it to the next chandler, in order to obtain the price of some whiskey, or to enable the perpetrator to indulge in some other criminal excess.NickR
LEP-CS1831621NPSREDDANPatrick An inquest was held on Saturday on the body of a man, named Patrick REDDAN, who came by his death, in consequence of a blow of a stone he received on the head, from some personunknown, on his way from a fair of Dromore. He died of concussion of the brain.NickR
LGA1810227NPMREDDANRichardEsqOn Sunday last Mr William DWYER of this city woolen draper to Miss REDDAN eldest daughter of Richard REDDAN of Drewsboro' Co Clare EsqNickR
LT1836609NPDREDDANRichardEsqIn Clare street, at an advanced age, Richard REDDAN Esq late of Ayle, co Clare [next parish Nth & East of Tulla]NickR
LC18341213NPDREDDANThomasMrIn James Street, after a protracted illness Mr Thomas REDDAN, printer — a young gentleman sincerely regrettedNickR
LGA1809210NPSREDDANWMrPrivate DistilleriesNickR
FJ1809215NPSREDDANWMrLast week, John DOWNES and Alexander KING Esqrs Surveyors of Excise accompanied by Mr W REDDAN Pro Surveyor, Mr T PURCELL probationary Guager and a detachment of the 7th Dragoons proceeded from Ennis to the parish of Kilnoe, Maynoe and Island where they remained from the 1st to the 5th inst during which time they detected eleven private distilleries and five private malt houses all at full work, several stills were seized with considerable quantity of malt ...NickR
LGA1809315NPSREDDANWMrOn Thursday last Mr REDDAN pro-surveyor of excise; attended by a party of the 7th Dragoon Guards proceeded to the Parish of Kilmurry, where he discovered and destroyed a private distillary ....NickR
CG HA1788124NPSREDDANWalterMrOn the 10th inst. Mr Walter REDDAN, of Sixmile-bridge, renounced the errors of Popery, and embraced the protestant religion before the Rev. John TURNERNickR
LJ1791616NPSREDDAN GuagerEnnis ... Friday last. Mr. NEWMAN, pro-Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDAN, guager, seized a quantity of wool, in not having been marked agreeable to act of Parliament, and , as they were this day conveying it to town, they met a quantity of unpermitted Whiskey which they also seized, and ladged together with the wool, in His Majesty's Stores.NickR
LC1801117NPMREDDAN MissThursday last, at Broadford Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE linnen-draper, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN daughter of Denis REDDAN Esq of said placeNickR
LC1801117NPMREDDAN MissThursday last, at Broadford, Co. Clare, Mr. James GILMORE, Linen-draper of Broad Street, to the agreeable Miss REDDAN, daughter of Denis REDDAN, Esq; of said placeNickR
LGA1810227NPMREDDAN MissOn Sunday last Mr William DWYER of this city woolen draper to Miss REDDAN eldest daughter of Richard REDDAN of Drewsboro' Co Clare EsqNickR
LGA1811827NPMREDDAN MissAt Toomgrary on Sunday last John PURCELL of Cahir, County Clare Esq to Miss REDDAN daughter of Dennis REDDAN EsqNickR
LGA1818313NPSREDDAN MrAssizes intelligenceNickR
LC18231015NPSREDDAN MrMr WATSON and Mr REDDAN tolls of Corp for one year £1500 paNickR
LC1826527NPSREDDAN MrA large rick of turf belonging to Mr. REDDAN, of Clare, Co. Mayo, was maliciously burned at Caherfinick, Co. Clare, on Sunday last.NickR
LEP-CS1830625NPSREDDAN MrFood riot in LimerickNickR
LC18341119NPDREDDAN MrsAt Tomgrany, co Clare, on Wednesday last, aged 76 years, Mrs REDDAN, wife of Denis REDDAN EsqNickR
LGA1820317NPSREDDAN  Limerick Assizes - County Record Court -- DUNDORY v REDDAN — For recovery of £15 15s 9d for the purchase of wheat from the plaintiff, It appeared in the evidence that a ticket stating the weight and amount, had been delivered to the plaintiff, which he handed to the cashier for payment, and some short time having elapsed before he was called on, he had left the office—another person answered to the name, and received the money: there was a verdict in ful for the plaintiff, and 6d costs. A criminal information may be taken agaist the unknown swindler in this case.NickR
LC1827411NPSREDDAN  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
FJ1801115NPMREDDENDennisEsqAt Bradford [?Broadford?], Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE, linen draper to Miss REDDEN, daughter of Dennis REDDEN of said place EsqNickR
LEP-CS18311230NPBREDDENMatthewEsqAt Tomgreany house, co Clare, the lady of Matthew REDDEN Esq of a son [see correction under REDDAN]NickR
FJ1832103NPBREDDENMatthewEsqAt Tomgreany house, co Clare, the lady of Matthew REDDEN Esq of a son [see correction under REDDAN LEP-CS]NickR
FJ1766301-04NPSREDDENNeil 28] Neil REDDAN and Patrick MC CABE who were to be executed on Saturday last are reprieved till further ordersNickR
FJ1801115NPMREDDEN MissAt Bradford [?Broadford?], Co Clare, Mr James GILMORE, linen draper to Miss REDDEN, daughter of Dennis REDDEN of said place EsqNickR
LJ1791523NPSREDDEN MrEnnis, May 19, last week, John DOWNES, Esq; Inspector of Excise, assisted by Mr. A. KING, and two detachments of the 69th Regt. from Clare Castle, destroyed the following private distilleries:—three at Tulla, where they seized one worm—one at the Cross-roads near Tulla, and seized a still, head, and worm—and one near Jasper's pound, where they seized the worm, and spilled a large quantities of potale and finings; after which the seizures were brought in here and lodged in his Majesty's stores.
Mr. DOWNS also conveyed here and lodged in his Majesty's stores, assisted by Messrs PURCELL and REDDEN, Excise Officers, two large Brewing Pans, which they seized at private Breweries in Six mile-bridge.
From Mr. DOWNES's activity and perserverance, the country in general as well as the fair trader, already feel the benefit of his exertions.
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WMT J1828410NPDREDDIEGeorgeEsqAt Cawnpore, Geo. Reddie, Esq., Superintending Surgeon at the station.SdeM
LC1768908NPMREDDINDarbyMrThis day, Mr. Darby REDDIN, of Irish-town, Merchant, to Miss Mary Henchy of the Nunnery, an accomplished young Lady, with a handsome fortuneNickR
LT1836404NPNREDDINMichael Registry of voters in Limerick ... 458 REDDIN, Michael, farmer, Ballygrennan, £10 householder, house and land at Ballygrennan, parish of St MunchinNickR
CG HA1790227NPSREDDINPatrick Limerick, Feb. 25. Monday last was committed to the county jail, by Charles CONYERS, Esq; Patrick REDDIN, charged with feloniously stealing 88 guineas and a pair of silver buckles the property of Timothy DOWLING, of New-Castle. From the circumstances that appeared since he was apprehended, he is suspected to be one of the gang that lately robbed Mr. Stephen CREAGHE of the county Cork.NickR
LC17921110NPSREDDIN MrEnnis, November 5, Last Tuesday, Mr. DOWLING, pro Surveyor of Excise, assisted by Mr. REDDIN, Supernumerary Guager, seized in the suburbs of this town, a quantity of leaf tobacco, destroyed a private tobacco manufactory, and lodged the utensils in the Customs House stores.NickR
WMT J1834403NPMREDDINGJosephMrOn the 18th inst., by the Rev. John Porter, Mr. Hugh Kearns, to Miss Mary Ann Redding, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Redding, both of Belfast.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMREDDINGMary AnnMissOn the 18th inst., by the Rev. John Porter, Mr. Hugh Kearns, to Miss Mary Ann Redding, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Redding, both of Belfast.SdeM
LC1785523NPSREDDING MrLast week the house of Mr REDDING Clothier, at Broadford, was broke open in the night, and a quantity of Worsted stole thereout, part of which was sold in the town by one DALTON a noted offender who was apprehended and lodged in goal on Saturday nightNickR
LC1827314NPDREDDINGTONThomasEsqAged 86, Thomas REDDINGTON, of Dunlow, in the County Galway, Esq.NickR
FJ1766809-12NPMREDINGElizabethMissMr Richard CROKER of Stafford Street to Miss Elizabeth REDING of Old Court Co KildareNickR
FJ1843311NPMREDINGTONThomasEsqSee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
FJ1843311NPMREDINGTONThomas NEsq MPSee Francis Ffrench RUSH EsqNickR
WMT J1826216NPMREEDJohnRevAt Churchtown Church, in this County, by the Rev. John Reed, Beresford Burston Smith, of Fitzwilliam Square, Barrister at Law, to Clementina, third daughter of Charles Kelly, of Charleville, in said County, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1831714NPMREEDJohnRevOn the 6th instant, at Churchtown, by the Rev. John Reed, John Meares, of Mearescourt, Esq., to Maria, daughter of Charles Kelly, of Charleville, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835122NPMREEDTLt-ColOn the 13th instant, at Bathwick Church, Lieutenant-Colonel T. Reed, of the 62d Regiment, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter - and the Rev. James Bliss, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to Emily Mary, third daughter of John Clayton.SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDREED CaptAt Montreal, the wife of Captain Reed, Staff Corps.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDREED MrsMrs. Reed, relict of the late Andrew Reid, Esq. of Gloucester-street.SdeM
WMT J18271227NPDREED MrsAt Montreal, the wife of Captain Reed, Staff Corps.SdeM
LC1782912NPMREEDYEdmundMrYesterday Mr. Edmund REEDY, of Fanningstown, in this county, to the amoiable Miss Mary CAREY, of Clonsingle, Co. Tipperaty, with a considerable fortune.NickR
LGA1820606NPAREEVESBolesEsqSale to satisft creditors of Bruce BankNickR
WMT J1828605NPMREEVESEdwardEsqOn the 27th inst. at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. J. Fea, Edward Reeves, of Merrion-square, Esq. to Julia Matilda, youngest daughter of the Rev. Richard Studdart, of Pass, in the Queen's County.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPMREEVESGrace In Peter's Church, by the Rev. Charles R.M. Maturin, Christopher Tuthill, Esq., Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, to Grace, second daughter of Robert Reeves, of the City of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824617NPMREEVESRobertEsqIn Peter's Church, by the Rev. Charles R.M. Maturin, Christopher Tuthill, Esq., Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, to Grace, second daughter of Robert Reeves, of the City of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPDREEVES DrIn Strand-street, Tralee, Mrs. Reeves, relict of the late Dr. Reeves, formerly an eminent army surgeon.SdeM
FJ1770526-29NPMREEVES MissA few days ago Mr TWIGG of Mountmelick grocer to Miss REEVES of Toberbol both in Queens CoNickR
WMT J1834403NPDREEVES MrsIn Strand-street, Tralee, Mrs. Reeves, relict of the late Dr. Reeves, formerly an eminent army surgeon.SdeM
LC1827707NPAREGANJames EFFIN.
Rose a. Norcott.
PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.
Thomas ELLIS.
Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.
NickR
LC1827915NPSREGANJohn Denis ROURKE, a labouring man, was attacked near Effin, in this County, on Monday night, by John REGAN, and his sister, who stabbed him with a knife and a pitch-fork. He died of the wounds on Wednesday. REGAN has been apprehended for the murder by Major MAXWELL, but the female has absconded.NickR
LGA1811726NPSREGANMichael Committed—Yesterday by Henry BEVAN, Esq to the county jail, Mary GARBEY, charged with picking the pockets of Michael REGAN of a large sum of money, at the fair at Bruff.NickR
LC1824703NPAREGANTimothy County of Limerick
ROSE v. NORCOTT
In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.
Thomas ELLIS
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WMT J1834403NPMREIDAlice On the 10th instant, by the Rev. William M'Clure, Mr. James M'Candless, jun., of Derry, to Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. James Reid, Spring-Grove.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDREIDAndrewEsqMrs. Reed, relict of the late Andrew Reid, Esq. of Gloucester-street.SdeM
WMT J1824715NPDREIDJamesEsqOn the 29th ult., at Carlingford, Jane, relict of James Reid, Esq., formerly Port-Surveyor of that place.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMREIDJamesMrOn the 10th instant, by the Rev. William M'Clure, Mr. James M'Candless, jun., of Derry, to Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. James Reid, Spring-Grove.SdeM
WMT J1829101NPMREIDJamesRevOn Monday 22d inst. at St. George's Church, by the Rev. James Reid, William Fatlow, of Upper Gardiner-street, third son of the late John Fatlow, of Crover, county Cavan, Esq. to Margaret, fourth daughter of the Rev. G. Garnet, Temple-street.SdeM
FJ18221107NPDREIDRichard CrokerEsqOn Sunday morning, November 3, Richard Croker REID Esq late the 3d Garrison Battalion — sincereley lamented by his family and friendsNickR
WMT J1826831NPDREID MajOn the 20th inst. aged 10 months, Ed. the infant son of Major Reid, Royal Engineers.SdeM
LC1796430NPAREIDYJohnMrMr. John REIDY, of Riddlestown, Co. of Limerick, think it proper to Caution the several Persons indebted to him by, Note, Book Account, or otherwise, not to pay any Person but Himself, after this notice, if they do, it must be at their own Risque.
Riddlestown, April 29, 1796.
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WMT J1827830NPMREILLY(nee CORLY[SIC])MrsAt the house of John Corley, Esq., Upper Rutland-street, R. Therry, Esq., son of John Therry, Esq. late Chairman of the Board of Excise, to Mrs. Reilly, daughter of T. Corly [sic], Esq. of Clones, county of Monaghan.SdeM
WMT J1827517NPDREILLYAbigail In Upper Gardiner-street, after a long and painful illness, Abigail, daughter of the late Henry Steevens Reilly, of Prussia-street, County Dublin.SdeM
Longford J1840229NPMREILLYGertrude Harriet February 17, in the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, Galway, Robert Quin Alexander, of Garristown, county Dublin, Esq., to Gertrude Harriet, third daughter of John Lushington Reilly, Esq., of Scarva, in the county Down. SdeM
WMT J1827517NPDREILLYHenry Steevens In Upper Gardiner-street, after a long and painful illness, Abigail, daughter of the late Henry Steevens Reilly, of Prussia-street, County Dublin.SdeM
FJ18231002NPMREILLYJohnEsqOn Sunday last in Galway, John REILLY Esq to Maria third daughter of the late Joseph ORMSBY Surveyor of ExciseNickR
FJ18231002NPMREILLYJohnEsqOn Sunday last in St Nicholas Collegiate church Galway, by the Very Rev James DALY warden, John REILLY Esq to Maria third daughter of the late Joseph ORMSBY Surveyor of ExciseNickR
WMT J18241111NPDREILLYJohnEsqJohn Reilly, Esq. of Belturbet, proprietor of the extensive mills in that town.SdeM
Longford J1840229NPMREILLYJohn LushingtonEsqFebruary 17, in the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, Galway, Robert Quin Alexander, of Garristown, county Dublin, Esq., to Gertrude Harriet, third daughter of John Lushington Reilly, Esq., of Scarva, in the county Down. SdeM
Longford J1840104NPMREILLYPatrickMrIn this town, on the 31st of December, Mr. Patrick Reilly, merchant, to Winifred, 3d daughter of Mr. Patrick O'Connor. SdeM
WMT J1834501NPMREILLYWilliam AdamsEsqWilliam Adams Reilly, Esq., of Belmont, in this county, to Frances Helen, second daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Auchmuty, of Ballymulvy, county of Longford.SdeM
WMT J1828703NPDREIPRETTHenry JamesEsqOn Monday, aged 66, Henry James Reiprett, Esq., formerly aid-de-camp to his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, and many years paymaster to the Dublin district.SdeM
WMT J1824422NPDRENFREWAlexanderMrAt Muflycarton, County Antrim, on the 26th ult., Mr. Alexander Renfrew, in the 99th year of his age.SdeM
FJ18601122NPMRENNICKFrancisMrSeptember 8, at Emerald Hill, Australia, Mr F RENNICK, Government Railway office, to Annie Louisa daughter of the late Edward John CROKER, Rosscarbery, County Cork (V CR 1860 No 2269) (She died in 1821 aged 82 V CR 1921-14605 mother Louisa DEVINE)NickR
FJ1851814NPMRENWICKJean Jessie August 7, in St Peter's church John James MATTHEWS Esq late of the 86th regt only son of the Rev James MATTHEWS rectoor of Rathcore, co Meath to Jean Jessie only daughter of the late Robert RENWICK Esq MD of WexfordNickR
FJ1851814NPMRENWICKRobertEsq MDAugust 7, in St Peter's church John James MATTHEWS Esq late of the 86th regt only son of the Rev James MATTHEWS rectoor of Rathcore, co Meath to Jean Jessie only daughter of the late Robert RENWICK Esq MD of WexfordNickR
FJ1843114NPMREPTONEdwardRevOn the 10th inst, at Almondsbury, nr Bristol, the Rev Owen H REPTON son of the Rev Edward REPTON Prebendary of Westminster to the Hon Anabella Cecilia PERY grandaughter of the Earl of Limerick, sister to Viscount Glentworth and niece of Ld Mounteagle ...NickR
FJ1843114NPMREPTONOwen HRevOn the 10th inst, at Almondsbury, nr Bristol, the Rev Owen H REPTON son of the Rev Edward REPTON Prebendary of Westminster to the Hon Anabella Cecilia PERY grandaughter of the Earl of Limerick, sister to Viscount Glentworth and niece of Ld Mounteagle ...NickR
FJ1841304NPMREVELLHenryEsqOn the 2d inst, at Clongal church, Henry REVELL Esq of Mountplesant Square, to Caroline daughter of the Rev Henry BRADDELL of Raheengrany, co WicklowNickR
LS1841304NPMREVELLHenryEsqAt Clonegal church, Henry REVELL Esq of mountpleasant-square, to Caroline daughter of the late Rev Henry BRADDELL of Raheengrany, co WicklowNickR
WMT G1835219NPMREVELLWEsqOn the 12th instant, at St. Anne's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J. Harris, W. Revell, of Sea Park, in the County of Wicklow, Esq., to Jane, only daughter of the late Oliver Moore, of Killiney, Esq., Co. Dublin.SdeM
LC1825223NPDREVOLTS SignorOn Monday, in Waterford, after a severe illness induced by professional disappointments, Signor RIVOLTS, lately a resident of this city, and an eminent vocal and instrumental performerNickR
WMT J1827920NPMREYMENTJohn (jun)EsqOn the 1st inst. in Paris, at the English Ambassador's, John Reyment, jun., Esq. to Miss Letitia Winafred Hauten.SdeM
WMT J1829507NPDREYNELLArabella On the 7th inst. at Killynon, Arabella, eldest daughter of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18301111NPDREYNELLBarbaraMrsOn Thursday last, the 4th inst., aged 44 years, deeply and deservedly regretted by her family and friends, Barbara, wife of John Reynell, Esq., of Balnalack in this county.SdeM
WMT J1834130NPDREYNELLCookeEsqAt Woodford, near this town, in the 45th year of her age, Mrs. Catherine Nugent, Lady of Walter Nugent, Esq., Royal Canal Harbour, Dublin, and daughter of Cooke Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18271115NPDREYNELLEdwardEsqOn the 10th instant, at The Wood House, Rostrevor, Mrs. Reynell, relict of the late Edward Reynell, of Reynella, in this county, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18281127NPDREYNELLEdward On Tuesday morning the 25th instant, at Killynon, in this county, in the 31st year of his age, Edward, eldest son of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1824311NPDREYNELLEleanorMrsOn the 6th inst. at Killynon, in this County, Mrs. Eleanor Reynell, of Killagh, in the 86th year of her age.SdeM
WMT J1828522NPDREYNELLHarrietMrsOn the 21st instant at Killynon, in this county, in the 53d year of her age, Harriet, wife of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18301111NPDREYNELLJohnEsqOn Thursday last, the 4th inst., aged 44 years, deeply and deservedly regretted by her family and friends, Barbara, wife of John Reynell, Esq., of Balnalack in this county.SdeM
WMT J18331219NPMREYNELLMartha At Rathconnell Church, on Friday the 13th instant, by the Rev. William Aylmer, Arthur Percy Aylmer, Esq., second son of the late Sir Fenton Aylmer, Baronet, to Martha, eldest daughter of Richard Reynell, Esq., of Killynon, in this county.SdeM
WMT J1828522NPDREYNELLRichardEsqOn the 21st instant at Killynon, in this county, in the 53d year of her age, Harriet, wife of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18281127NPDREYNELLRichardEsqOn Tuesday morning the 25th instant, at Killynon, in this county, in the 31st year of his age, Edward, eldest son of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1829507NPDREYNELLRichardEsqOn the 7th inst. at Killynon, Arabella, eldest daughter of Richard Reynell, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1830225NPMREYNELLRichardEsqOn the 10th instant, at Belturbet Church, by the Lord Bishop of Kilmore, Richard Winter Reynell, Esq., eldest son of Richard Reynell, of Killynon, County of Westmeath, Esq., to Frances Alexandrina, daughter of James Sanderson, of Clover hill, County of Cavan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1830304NPMREYNELLRichardEsqFeb. 10, at Belturbet Church, Richard Winter Reynell, Esq., eldest son of Richard Reynell, of Killynon, county of Westmeath, Esq., to Francis Alexandrina, daughter of James Sanderson, of Clover Hill, County of Cavan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18331219NPMREYNELLRichardEsqAt Rathconnell Church, on Friday the 13th instant, by the Rev. William Aylmer, Arthur Percy Aylmer, Esq., second son of the late Sir Fenton Aylmer, Baronet, to Martha, eldest daughter of Richard Reynell, Esq., of Killynon, in this county.SdeM
WMT J1824916NPDREYNELLRichard Molesworth With unfeigned regret we have to announce this day, the death of Richard Molesworth Reynell, of Reynella, Esq. in this county. The melancholy event took place at his seat at Rostrevor, where he of late partially resided. The genuine piety which uniformly distinguished his character, was equalled only by the ardency of his zeal in promoting the cause of religion; a cause which to his last moments occupied the energies of a mind of no common stamp; only a fortnight since, he presided at a meeting of the Bible Society in this town.SdeM
WMT J1830225NPMREYNELLRichard WinterEsqOn the 10th instant, at Belturbet Church, by the Lord Bishop of Kilmore, Richard Winter Reynell, Esq., eldest son of Richard Reynell, of Killynon, County of Westmeath, Esq., to Frances Alexandrina, daughter of James Sanderson, of Clover hill, County of Cavan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1830304NPMREYNELLRichard WinterEsqFeb. 10, at Belturbet Church, Richard Winter Reynell, Esq., eldest son of Richard Reynell, of Killynon, county of Westmeath, Esq., to Francis Alexandrina, daughter of James Sanderson, of Clover Hill, County of Cavan, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1831106NPBREYNELLRichard WinterEsqOn the 1st instant, at Killynon, the Lady of Richard Winter Reynell, Esq., of a Son and Heir.SdeM
WMT J18271115NPDREYNELL MrsOn the 10th instant, at The Wood House, Rostrevor, Mrs. Reynell, relict of the late Edward Reynell, of Reynella, in this county, Esq.SdeM
LC1827616NPDREYNOLDSBridget In Kilkenny, Bridget, wife of Mr. John REYNOLDS, Proprietor of the Kilkenny Independent.NickR
FJ1835417NPDREYNOLDSEliza At Brtias co Cork, aged 72 years, Eliza relict of Nicholas REYNOLDS, of Woodbrook, EsqNickR
FJ18171024NPMREYNOLDSHughRevOn the 14th inst, John Sadlier FORSTER Esq of Shannonvale, co Cork, to Miss REYNOLDS niece of the Rev Hugh REYNOLDS of Temple BreedyNickR
FJ18591029NPDREYNOLDSJohnAld, JPOctober 25, at the Monastery of Saint Joseph, Clondalkin, aged 100 years, Nicholas FURLONG, Esq. Mr FURLONG retired from all worldy pursuits 25 years ago, and since then resided in the monastery, dvoting his whole life to religious pursuits. He died in full enjoyment of all his faculties. His remains were interred in the cemetery in the monastery. May he rest in peace. This venerable man was father-in-law of Alderman John REYNOLDS, J.P.NickR
LC1827616NPDREYNOLDSJohnMrIn Kilkenny, Bridget, wife of Mr. John REYNOLDS, Proprietor of the Kilkenny Independent.NickR
WMT J1825728NPSREYNOLDSLaurence INSOLVENT NOTICE. In the Matter of Patrick Moore, an Insolvent. The several and respective Creditors of the said Insolvent are hereby required to meet Jacob Wiggins, the Assignee of the said Insolvent, on Wednesday, the 17th day of August next, at the hour of One o'clock in the afternoon, in the house of Laurence Reynolds, in the town of Edgeworthstown, in the County of Longford ... to set up and sell the freehold estate and interest of said Insolvent in the lands of Monydarige and Lisryan ...SdeM
LGA18171024NPMREYNOLDSMary John FORSTER Esq of Shannonville? Co Cork to Mary daughter of the late Wm REYOLDS Esq of CorkNickR
FJ1835417NPDREYNOLDSNicholasEsqAt Brtias co Cork, aged 72 years, Eliza relict of Nicholas REYNOLDS, of Woodbrook, EsqNickR
WMT J1825106NPMREYNOLDSThomasEsq MDOn Tuesday morning, Thomas Reynolds, Esq., M.D., Royal Navy, to Miss Matilda Anne Lowry.SdeM
LGA18171024NPMREYNOLDSWilliamEsqJohn FORSTER Esq of Shannonville? Co Cork to Mary daughter of the late Wm REYOLDS Esq of CorkNickR
WMT J18291210NPMREYNOLDS Earl of MountmorrisAt Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris Reynolds, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford.SdeM
FJ18171024NPMREYNOLDS MissOn the 14th inst, John Sadlier FORSTER Esq of Shannonvale, co Cork, to Miss REYNOLDS niece of the Rev Hugh REYNOLDS of Temple BreedyNickR
CG HA1793130NPMREYNOLDS Rev MrOn Saturday morning last, at Lower Shanno Church, Cork, the Rev. Mr. REYNOLDS, Curate of Templebredy, to the agreeable Miss Ann OLIVER, dau. Of Thomas OLVER, Esq; of the Customs House.NickR
WMT G1835611NPBRHODESRobertEsqOn the 25th ult., at Newtown Mills, Queen's County, the lady of Robert Rhodes, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
FJ1781505-08NPMRIALLMary At St Peter's Church, William CORKER (sic) of Johnstown Esq to the widow [Mary] RIALL of Hammond's MarshNickR
FJ1841719NPMRICARDODavidEsqOn the 15th inst, in London, the Rev Lovich COOPER of Empingham, Rutlandshire, youngest brother of Sir Ashley COOPER Bt, to Henrietta eldest sister of Lewis RICARDO Esq MP and niece of the late David RICARDO of Gatcombe Park in the county of GloucesterNickR
FJ1841719NPMRICARDOHarriette On the 15th inst, in London, the Rev Lovich COOPER of Empingham, Rutlandshire, youngest brother of Sir Ashley COOPER Bt, to Henrietta eldest sister of Lewis RICARDO Esq MP and niece of the late David RICARDO of Gatcombe Park in the county of GloucesterNickR
FJ1841719NPMRICARDOJohn LewisEsqOn the 15th inst, in London, the Rev Lovich COOPER of Empingham, Rutlandshire, youngest brother of Sir Ashley COOPER Bt, to Henrietta eldest sister of Lewis RICARDO Esq MP and niece of the late David RICARDO of Gatcombe Park in the county of GloucesterNickR
Pue'sO17551004NPMRICECootMrLast week Mr Coot RICE Jeweler to Miss Elizabeth BELL of Nicholas streetNickR
WMT J18261207NPDRICEDenisEsqIn Dominick-street, Elizabeth, wife of Denis Rice, Esq.SdeM
LGA1817516NPDRICEEdmond Henry William Cecil On Sunday last at Shannon View, near this city, Edmond Henry William Cecil RICE the infant son of Thos RICE Esq of Mount TrenchardNickR
WMT J18261207NPDRICEElizabethMrsIn Dominick-street, Elizabeth, wife of Denis Rice, Esq.SdeM
LGA1814222NPBRICEHenryLtAt Scart Co Tipperary, the residence of Robert CROKER Esq the lady of Lt RICE, Kildare Militia of a daughterNickR
FJ1814225NPBRICEHenryLtAt Scart, co Tipperary, the seat of Robert CROKER Eq, the lady of Lt RICE of the Kildare Militia of a daughterNickR
CG HA1791129NPSRICERoger Limerick, January 27. The two SULLIVANs, alias KROHOVONAL, father and son, have been apprehended near Mallow, and will be brought here this day, charged with the inhuman and barbarous murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, on the 28th of December last; a lad who was apprentice to Mr. CLEBURN, in Cork, and was going to see his parents in the county Tipperary.NickR
CG HA1791420NPSRICERoger Lmerick, April 18. ... [sentences at Assizes] ... John SULLIVAN, otherwise Hard-Boy, fot the murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, put off his trial by affadavit, until the next Assize.NickR
LJ1791912NPSRICERoger Saturday last, John SULLIVAN, otherwise HARROY, convicted at our last assizes, for the murder of Roger RICE, was escorted by a party of the 28th Regiment, to the spot, near Kilmallock, where the fact was committed, and thre hanged, and disceted pursuant to his sentence.NickR
LGA1811723NPMRICEStephenEsqThursday se'nnnight, by special license at Mary-le-Bone church, London, Thomas, eldest son of Stephen RICE Esq of mount Trenchard, in this county to the Rt Hon Theodosia PERY, second daughter of the Rt Hon, the Earl of LimerickNickR
LC1785811NPMRICEStephen EdwardEsqYesterday, at Kilmurray church, by the Rev Archdeacon MAUNSELL, Syephen Edward RICE of Cappa in the co of Limerick, Esq to Miss SPRING only daughter and heiress of Thomas SPRING Esq deceasedNickR
LC1785811NPMRICEStephen EdwardEsqYesterday, at Kilmurry Church, by thr Rev. Archdeacon MAUNSELL, Stephen Edward RICE, of Cappa, in the Co. Limerick, Esq; to Miss SPRING, only daughter and heiress of Thomas SPRING, Esq; deceased.NickR
LGA1815324NPARICEStephen EdwardEsqEstablishement of Agricultural SocietiesNickR
FJ1828318NPN/SRICEStephen EdwardEsqLimerick County Grand Jury ... Chidley COOTE, Stephen Edward RICE, John CROKER ...NickR
LGA1812519NPBRICETheodesa (Nee PERY)LadyLately in London the lady Thoedesa RICE (daughter of the Rt Hon the Earl of Limerick [PERY]) of a daughterNickR
LGA1813611NPBRICETheodosa (nee PERY)LadyOn Tuesday last at his house in Thomas Street in this city Ladt Theodosia RICE, lady of Thomas RICE on Mount Trenchard in this Co esq od a daughterNickR
LGA1814830NPBRICETheodosiaLadyThis morning at her father's (the Earl of Limerick's) in this city, Lady Theodosia RICE wife of Thomas RICE of Mount Trenchard in this county Esq of a son and heirNickR
LGA1816227NPBRICETheodosiaLadyThis morning at her father's the Earl of Limerick's the lady Theodosia RICE of a sonNickR
LGA1817617NPBRICETheodosiaLadyIn Queen Ann St, London, Lady Theodosia RICE of a daugherNickR
LGA1819119NPBRICETheodosiaLadyIn Whereburg Street, London on Sunday last, Lady Theodosia RICE, of a sonNickR
FJ18231107NPBRICETheodosiaLadyOn Saturday in London Lady Theodosia RICE of a daughterNickR
LC18241006NPBRICETheodosiaLadyAt the house of Thomas Spring RICE, Esq. M.P. in Baker Street London, Lady Theodosia RICE, of a still-born daughter.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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