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Biographical Notices of Clare People from the ‘Limerick Chronicle’, 1831-1837

Title: Biographical Notices of Clare People from the ‘Limerick Chronicle’, 1831-1837
Type: Biographical Notices
Dates: 1831 to 1837
Place: County Clare
Source: Limerick City Library ‘Limerick Chronicle’ Obituaries, Death Notices etc. online
Transcriber/Donator: Katrina Vincent


Saturday 1/1/1831:
In Galway, Catherine, relict of Francis Molony, Esq., of Ballinahinch, county Clare, and late of Dublin.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mrs. O’Neill, widow of the late Mr. J. O’Neill, and mother of Colonel Thomas O’Neill.
In Kilrush, the wife of Mr. D. Hapley.

Wednesday 5/1/1831:
At Ballard, County Clare, Mr. Michael Collins.

Wednesday 12/1/1831:
In Ennis, Mr. James Raleigh, cloth merchant, to Miss Thomasina Ryan.
At Ballyallaban, county Clare, at a very advanced age, Michael O’Brien, Esq.

Saturday 22/1/1831:
Yesterday at Clarecastle, Lieutenant Benjamin Warton, Depot Paymaster 99th Regiment, most deservedly regretted. This officer was for upwards of twenty years a subaltern in the army.

Wednesday 26/1/1831:
The daughter of Owen Kean, of Ballyvoe, county Clare, the particulars of whose abduction appears in first page, has been recovered by the police, and married to the young man intended by her parents.
An inquest was held on Thursday last, at Woodford, county Clare, by Thomas Ievers, Esq., on the body of a lad named Michael Lyons, who was drowned in a pool of water, by an ass and car falling upon, and keeping him down, until life was extinct.
In our last edition of Saturday, we stated the dreadful murder of M. William Blood, of Applevale, and this day we annex the melancholy particulars from the Clare Journal. Mr. Blood was a gentleman highly respected, and lived in this City for several years. [Lengthy description of attack follows]

Saturday 29/1/1831:
In Ennis, Mrs. McQuillan, wife of Mr. John McQuillan.

Wednesday 2/2/1831:
Yesterday, after a rapid decline, at the early age of eighteen, Norcott Henry D’Esterre, Esq., of Meelick House, county Clare, - a youth much regretted.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mr. Dennis Gallaher, baker.

Wednesday 16/2/1831:
Saturday morning, aged eleven years, deeply lamented, Rogers Williams Harris, youngest son of the late Nicholas Martin, Esq., of Fountain, county Clare.

Saturday 19/2/1831:
At Killard, county Clare, Mr. John S. Healy, of Mountainview, to Miss Mary Keane.
On the 13th inst. at Passage, county Waterford, Mr. Michael McDonnell, of Kilrush, to Catherine, daughter of Mr. John Spencer.

Wednesday 23/2/1831:
At Springhill, County Clare, the Lady of Captain Phillip M’Adam, of a son.
On Friday last, at Callaghan’s Mills, County Clare, Ralph Nash, Esq., formerly Lieutenant in Royal County Limerick Regiment of Militia – a gentleman possessed of many excellent qualities, and whose death is a subject of much regret to his friends.

Saturday 26/2/1831:
[incomplete announcement] by the Rev. William Butler, William Ievers, Esq., of Mount Ievers, to Anne, daughter of Lucius Wilson, of Springfield, County Clare, Esq.
On the Causeway, Ennis, the wife of Mr. Daniel Lysaght.

Wednesday 2/3/1831:
At Pass, in the Queen’s County, the Rev. Richard Studdert, Rector of that Parish, and late of Mount Rivers, Co. Clare.
At Six-mile-Bridge, Eliza, wife of Stephen Lewis, after a painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude.

Saturday 5/3/1831:
At Cappa, Miss Kerin, daughter of the late John Kerin, of Ballyalla, County Clare, Esq.

Wednesday 23/3/1831:
At St. Catherines, County Clare, the Lady of James O’Connor, Esq., of a son.

Saturday 26/3/1831:
Near Tulla, of a consumption, Mr. P. FitzGerald, of Ennis.

Saturday 2/4/1831:
At sea, on his passage home from New South Wales, Lieut. James Fitz-Gerald Butler, 39th Regiment, youngest son of the late Theobald Butler, Esq., of Fishmoyne, co Tipperary, and brother of Austin Butler, of Ballyline, late High Sheriff of County Clare. He was a young Gentleman greatly esteemed by his brother officers, and lamented by everyone who knew him.
On Tuesday last, at Donnagrogue Castle, county Clare, the seat of her son-in-law, George C. Hodges, Esq., Jane, relict of the late William Hodges, Esq., of Rathkeale, in this County, a lady deeply regretted by her numerous friends and family. Her remains were conveyed on Thursday for interment in the family vault at Shanagolden.
In Jail-street, Ennis, after a tedious illness, to the irreparable loss of a large and infant family, Eliza, wife of Mr. John Purcell, late of this City, watch and clock maker.
Aged nine years, Susannah, daughter of the late Mr. Stephen O’Halloran, of Ennis.

Wednesday 20/4/1831:
In Ennis, on Sunday, Mr. Michael Molony, Classical Teacher, to Miss Mary Ryan, both of that town.

Wednesday 4/5/1831:
At Blanalaga House, county Clare, John N. Green, Esq.

Saturday 14/5/1831:
Wednesday evening, some dispute occurred in the suburbs of Ennis, between a man named Pearse, a shoemaker, and a number of other persons. Pearse, who was in a state of intoxication, received a blow of a stone, by which he was knocked down, and was subsequently beaten with sticks – he survived but a short time.

Saturday 21/5/1831:
Yesterday morning, at Stamer-Park, near Ennis, at an advanced age, Giles Daxon, Esq., Paymaster of the Clare Militia, and for many years Treasurer to the County. Mr. Daxon was a Gentleman so universally known, that it requires no eulogy to sustain the high opinion in which his character was always held by the highly respectable circle in which he moved. He was a man of the strictest honour, and, although mixing in the most convivial societies in the Empire, he was ever and anon the man of business.

Wednesday 25/5/1831:
The mortal remains of Giles Daxon, Esq. who filled the office of Treasurer of the county Clare, for a period of thirty years, were interred in the family burying place, Dromcliffe, on Sunday morning, followed by an immense concourse of the gentry and peasantry.
In Wexford, Richard Griffin, Esq. Captain in the Clare Militia.
In Ennis, of decline, Henry, youngest son of John S. Moran, of Muckanish, Esq.

Saturday 4/6/1831:
In Dublin, much regretted, Mary, eldest daughter of Henry Butler, Esq., of Castle Criue, county Clare. Her remains were interred in the family vault there on Thursday.
A few days ago, at Coreleagh, Scarriff, County Clare, rather suddenly in consequence of a fright, Daniel Molony, Esq., aged 86 years. [age partially obscured, looks like 86]

Saturday 18/6/1831:
In Ennis, Mrs. McMahon, relict of Francis McMahon, Esq.

Wednesday 22/6/1831:
At Barrow Lodge, County Kildare, aged 86 years, George Studdert, Esq., formerly of Kilkishen, County Clare. A gentleman universally lamented.

Saturday 25/6/1831:
At Kilrush, co. Clare, Mr. Christopher Clohessy

Saturday 2/7/1831:
Wednesday night, at his seat, Six-mile-Bridge, county Clare, aged 80 years, William Russell, Esq., formerly a resident for over 40 years of Bank-Place, Limerick

Wednesday 6/7/1831:
Suddenly, in Ennis, the wife of Mr. Roger Cullinan.

Wednesday 13/7/1831:
On Friday, at Lahinch, Maria, daughter of the late Mr. John Hanrahan, Georges-street, Grocer.
Of fever, at Ennis, the Rev. Mr. Hughes, R.C. Curate.

Wednesday 20/7/1831:
On Sunday, the 17th instant, at Riverston, near Corofin, Maria, wife of John Morgan, Esq. Her remains were interred this day, in the family vault in Munchins Church.

Saturday 23/7/1831:
At Fort-Fergus, county Clare, Mrs. Kemsey, wife of J. Kemsey, Esq., of Dublin.

Wednesday 27/7/1831:
At her father’s seat near Newtown, county Clare, Marcella, second daughter of Andrew Welsh, Esq., a lady of the most amiable disposition, and whose death is sincerely and deservedly lamented by a wide circle of highly respectable connexions. Her remains were yesterday interred in the family vault at Doonas.
On the 25th instant, of fever, at the early age of 15, William, the last surviving son of the late Norcott Henry D’Esterre, Esq. of Meelick-House, county Clare. A youth much and deservedly regretted.
At Lahinch, of fever, Mr. John Corry, of Ennis, cloth-merchant.

Saturday 30/7/1831:
Mrs. McClosky, widow of Hugh McClosky of Ennis, Esq.

Wednesday 3/8/1831:
At the Ursuline Convent, Ennis, on Friday last, Miss Feehan, daughter of John Feehan, Esq., late of Liverpool.

Saturday 6/8/1831:
In Ennis, Mr. Henry Molony, of this city, to Mary, daughter of the late Sylvester O’Gorman, of that town.
At Moyreisk, county Clare, the wife of Mr. E. Welsh

Wednesday 10/8/1831:
At Newmarket-on-Fergus, on Saturday last, the Lady of Captain Clarke, 76th Regiment, of a son.
At her father’s house in Ennis, the Lady of Edward Hawkins, Esq., of Rathcormac, county Cork, of a daughter.

Wednesday 17/8/1831:
At Rostrevor Church, the Rev. Savage Hall, of Acton Glebe, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late James O’Brien, Esq., of Woodville, county Clare, and Green-Park, county Down.
At Glenview, near this city, the seat of his son-in-law, Robert Ledger, Esq., Andrew Kerin, of Ballyalla, county Clare, Esq. – a Gentleman universally lamented.
At Spanish Point, near Miltown-Malbay, county Clare, of cholera morbidus, John Stacpoole Esq., Chaplain Royal Meath Militia.

Saturday 20/8/1831:
In Ennis, Mr. James Healy, of Manusmore, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Denis Cullinan, of Ballinacully.
In Ennis, of cholera morbus, Catherine, relict of the late Thomas Roughan, Esq., of the Excise Department.

Wednesday 24/8/1831:
Thomas Burke, a boy of ten years, fell out of a turf-lighter between Castle- Connell and O’Briens-Bridge, on Sunday last, and was drowned. James Bennett Esq., held an inquest on the body. Verdict – accidental death.

Saturday 27/8/1831:
Francis Healy, Esq., of Mogallan, county Clare, to Ellen, third daughter of William Kenny, of Cragleigh, Esq. Immediately after the ceremony, the happy pair proceeded to Castle Connell to spend the honey moon.

Wednesday 31/8/1831:
On Sunday at the Glebe, O’Briens-Bridge, the Rev. John Hamilton, Vicar of that parish, which is in the gift of the Bishop of Killaloe.

Saturday 3/9/1831:
In Ennis, the Lady of Tomkins Brew, Esq., C.M.P. of a daughter.

Wednesday 7/9/1831:
A boatman named John Canty, was found drowned at the quay of Kilrush, a few days ago. He was in a state…….[rest of article cut off].
On Sunday morning, at his seat, Raheen, County Clare, John Brady, Esq. The estates of Mr. Brady descend to his brother, the Rev. Thomas Brady.

Saturday 10/9/1831:
At Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, the Rev. John Murphy, Parish Priest of Corofin.

Wednesday 14/9/1831:
At Killard, county Clare, John Comyn, Esq., of Corbally, to Marcella, eldest daughter of John McMahon Blackall, Esq.

Saturday 17/9/1831:
Yesterday morning, at St. Paul’s Church, Cork, by the Rev. J. Bolster, John O’H. Kelly, Esq., of Ballymorto, Co. Clare, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Francis G. Wise, Esq., of Cork.

Wednesday 21/9/1831:
On Saturday, at a very advanced age, St. John Bridgeman, Esq., formerly of Rathluba, county Clare. He was a gentleman universally esteemed and will be long regretted.

Saturday 24/9/1831:
At Clondegad, County Clare, Geraldine, youngest daughter of Thomas Whitestone, Esq.

Saturday 1/10/1831:
On Tuesday night, at Ballycar, County Clare, at an advanced age, Mrs. Colpoys, wife of John Colpoys, Esq. She was a Lady highly esteemed by a respectable circle of friends, for her many truly Christian virtues. Her remains were interred yesterday in the family vault at Newmarket-on-Fergus.
In Ennis, aged 96 years, Mr. Michael Hickie.
In Dublin, Jane, daughter of the late John Bowerman, Esq. of the County Clare.

Wednesday 5/10/1831:
A woman named Eleanor Burns, late of Elphin, in the county of Roscommon, died suddenly in Ennis on Thursday, and a woman named Catherine Croneen, died suddenly at Kilmaly, near Ennis in the past week. Inquests were held in each case by Thomas Ivars, [? Ievers] Esq., Coroner.

Wednesday 19/10/1831:
In Doonass, Mr. John McMahon, father of the Rev. Michael McMahon, Parish priest.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mrs. Foster, wife of Mr. Michael Foster, of Benroe, County Clare.
At Manchester, aged 17 years, Baggot, eldest son of Bindon Blood, of Cranaher, County Clare, Esq.

Saturday 5/11/1831:
At Ballyartney, County Clare, Mrs. Louche.

Wednesday 9/11/1831:
At Killaloe, aged 32, Mr. James Dawson, Engineer of the Lady Clanricarde steam-packet, very much regretted.
In Ennis, Anne, daughter of the late Dr. Spellisey.

Saturday 19/11/1831:
In Ennis, sincerely lamented, Mrs. O’Halloran, widow of Mr. O’Halloran, Classical Teacher.
On Tuesday evening, in Ennis, Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Hickey, of the Revenue Department.

Wednesday 23/11/1831:
In Mill-street, Ennis, Mr. Michael Dillon.

Saturday 26/11/1831:
This day, at the house of Francis Spaight, Esq., Upper George-street, Mrs. Studdert, relict of the late George Studdert, Esq., of Clonderhay, and mother of the High Sheriff of the county Clare, a Lady universally esteemed and regretted.

Wednesday 30/11/1831:
In Dublin, most deservedly regretted, the Lady of Thomas Arthur, Esq., of Stephen’s Green and Glanomera, Co. Clare, and sister to Lady O’Brien of Dromoland.
In Ennis, Mr. William Talbot, Coach Agent.

Saturday 10/12/1831:
In Mill-street, Ennis, Mr. Daniel Curtin.

Wednesday 14/12/1831:
At Firgrove, in the County of Clare, on Monday last, John Scott, Esq., esteemed and regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.


Wednesday 11th January 1832:
At Ennis, the Rev. Michael Fitzgerald, Rector of that town, and who for nearly half a century presided over the school in Ennis, upon the foundation of the late Erasmus Smith, at one time in the first rank among the literary institutions of this country – the Rev Gentleman was in his 75th year, and held the situations of Chaplain and Inspector of the County Clare Jail.

Wednesday 18th January 1832:
(Marriage) In Kilrush, Alexander Elliott Esq, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Robert Jackson, of that town, Esq.
On the evening of the 15th inst. At her house, Kilrush, Frances, wife of Robert Cox Esq, of that town.

Saturday 21st January 1832:
In Ennis, at the advanced age of 99 years, Mr. Mathew Nihill. He retained his faculties to the last moment of his life. His wife is now in good health, and in her 97th year.
(Birth) At Hazlewood, county Clare, the Lady of Hugh Singleton Esq, of a son.
Wednesday 25th January 1832:
At Ballymurphy, near Kilrush, Mr. Wm. Meehan.

Saturday 28th January 1832:
At Bath, on Saturday last, Sir Francis Burton G.C.B., Governor of Lower Canada, in which country, as well as in Ireland, he was sincerely respected and beloved; he was only brother to the Marquis of Conyngham, and brother-in-law to Lord Cloncurry; and for many years represented the people of County Clare in Parliament. He was also Governor of Clare and Colonel of its Militia.
Yesterday in Glentworth Street, suddenly, Miss Butler, sister of the late James Butler of Castlecrine, county Clare, Esq

Saturday 11th February 1832:
At Clane Church, County Kildare, H D Montmorency Esq, eldest son of the late Colonel De Montmorency, to Dorothea Anne, widow of the late John Leigh Esq, and daughter of the late E. Fitzgerald of Carrigoran , County Clare, Esq.

Wednesday 15th February 1832:
On Sunday night, in Ennis, at the house of her sister, Mrs Weldon, Mrs Baker, widow of the Rev. George Gustavus Baker, late Rector of Meelick near this city; she possessed a strength of mind and understanding rarely equalled, and died in the sincerest Christian belief, in her 80th year.
At Streamletlodge, county Clare, the lady of Andrew Thynne, Esq.

Saturday 18th February 1832:
Wednesday, at the Cathedral of Killaloe, by the Rev. J. T. O’Neill, the Rev’d. Marcus McCausland, Vicar of Ennis, to Frances, third daughter of the Lord Bishop of Killaloe, and niece to the Earl of Ranfurley.

Wednesday 22nd February 1832:
On Sunday last, at his seat, Castle Fergus, county Clare, the Lady of William Smyth, Esq., of a son.
At Ballyalley, near Ennis, the Lady of Andrew Stacpoole, Esq., of a son.
On Tuesday week, at Clareville in the County of Clare, Patrick Lysaght Esq., regretted by a respectable and numerous connection.

S aturday 3rd March 1832:
On Tuesday last, Rev. Edmond O’Shaughnassy, R.C. Curate of Clondegad, County Clare.

Wednesday 7th March 1832:
In Ennis, the Lady of James B. Butler Esq., of a son and heir.
Yesterday at Cahirnarry Church, by the Rev. Joseph Gabbett, Burton McNamara Esq. Captain Royal Navy, brother of Major McNamara, M.P. for the County of Clare, to Jane, daughter of Daniel Gabbett Esq., of this city.

Wednesday 21st March 1832:
Yesterday at his seat, Cungane, County Clare, to the deep regret of her family and friends, Mrs. McNamara, wife of Major John McNamara, and daughter of the late Sir Richard De Burghe, Bart., of Castle Connell in this county.

Saturday 24th March 1832:
On Tuesday last, Henry John, son of the late Daniel Mulville, Esq., of Knockanira, County Clare, to Maria, relict of Captain White of the 61st Regiment, and of Richard Anderson Rose, Esq., of Foxhall, County Tipperary.
In Ennis, Mrs. McCarthy, relict of the late Charles McCarthy Esq.

Wednesday 28th March 1832:
On Sunday, at Kilrush, the Lady of Captain John Studdert R.N., of a daughter.
John Richards Esq., K.C. to Miss O’Brien, only daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Christopher James O’Brien, of Sandfield, County Clare.
Suddenly, this morning, at the house of his brother-in-law, in George-street, Miss Purdue of Ennis, daughter of Mr. T. Purdue, Saddler.

Saturday 31st March 1832:
Wednesday morning, in St. Peters Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Edward Geoghegan, Charles R. Keane Esq., M.D. eldest son of Robert Keane, Charles Esq., of Beech Park, County Clare, to Sarah, only daughter of A. J. Watson Esq., of this city.
In Kilrush, age 16, to the inexpressible grief of her parents and friends, Miss Keane, daughter of Mr. John Keane, of that town.

Wednesday 4th April 1832:
On Wednesday, at his seat, Carbane, County Clare, Mrs Creagh, wife of James Creagh Esq. Her death is a source of deep affliction to her respectable family, by whom she was much beloved – to the poor her loss is irreparable. Her remains were interred on Friday, at the family vault at Quin.

Wenesday 18th April 1832:
On Saturday in Ennis, Mr. John Hilliard, a young gentleman who was much admired for his many social qualities, and whose demise is a source of much regret to his family.
The Ennis convicts sent to Cork were – John Reidy, Rickard Kennedy James, and Michael McMahon, for the Police murder, George Meade, for the murder of Sargeant Robinson, 5th Foot, Timothy Killeen, Thomas Crawford and Denis Foran, for Whiteboyism, to be all transported for life.

Saturday 28th April 1832:
On Monday at St. Georges Church, Dublin, by the Right Hon. Lord Bishop of Meath, Crofton Moore Vandeleur Esq., High Sheriff of Clare, to the Lady Grace Toler, the lovely and accomplished daughter of the Earl of Norbury. After the ceremony the Earl and Countess of Norbury gave a splendid dejeuneur to a numerous circle of family and friends. The Happy pair passed through this City on Thursday on their way to Kilrush house, County Clare.
At Dromelihy, near Kilrush, on Easter Sunday, John, only son of James O’Brien, Esq., a young gentleman most deservedly regretted.

Wednesday 2nd May 1832: Sunday, on the Causeway, Ennis, Thomas Ievers Esq, for many years a Coroner of Clare. He was much respected for his cheerful disposition.

Wednesday 9th May 1832:
On the night of Monday, 7th inst., a party of Constabulary Police, stationed at Bunratty, in the County of Clare, under the command of Edward Mahon Esq., Chief Constable, succeeded in apprehending Patrick Hynes, charged with the murder of John Glynn, steward to Pierce Creagh Esq., of Dungan, in April 1831. He has for the last twelve months, escaped all the Military and Police force in said County.
In Tulla, County Clare, Mrs. Catherine O’Callaghan, daughter of Jacob Bennis, formerly of City Limerick, grocer.
Suddenly, in Mill street, Ennis, Mr. James O’Keeffe, clothier – a man of fair character.
On Sunday, at Tulla, County Clare, the Lady of Captain Blood, 68th Light Infantry, of a daughter.
In Kilrush Church, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Hugh B. Huleatt, the Rev. Richard Brew, Prebendary of Tulla, to Maria, daughter of Robert Parkinson Esq., of Broom-hall.

Saturday 12th May 1832:
At Kilrush, on the 8th instant, Anne, second daughter of John Hodges, late of Sea-Lodge, county of Clare, Esq.

Wednesday 16th May 1832:
Yesterday morning at Clare Church, by the Rev. William Young, Joseph Tabiteau Esq., to Ellen, third daughter of Thomas Crowe Esq. of Ennis.
At Kilrush, on Saturday last, Mr. Cornelius O’Brien snr, aged 66, for many years a respectable shopkeeper of that town.
In Ennis, after a protracted illness,deservedly regretted by an affectionate husband, Mrs. D’Arcy, wife of Mr. Thos. D’Arcy.

Saturday 19th May 1832:
Last night, in advanced age, Mrs. Studdert, of Bunratty Castle, county Clare, relict of the late Thomas Studdert Esq.
Constable Kells, stationed at Goulburn Bridge, County Clare, has apprehended Daniel Macnamara charged with the murder of James Davine, in the year 1821. The fellow had eluded all pursuit since that period.

Wednesday 23rd May 1832:
In Edinburgh, Awlward O’Connor Esq. to Mary, daughter of Bindon Blood of Cranaher, County Clare, Esq.
Wednesday last, at Furnacetown, County Clare, Mr. Thomas Molony, solicitor.

Saturday 26th May 1832:
On Thursday morning last, Neptune Blood, son of William Smyth of Castle Fergus, County Clare, Esq., aged three months.

Saturday 9th June 1832:
On Wednesday morning t Dromelihy, County Clare, John O’Kelly, of Clorinea, Esq., to Grace, daughter and only child of James O’Brien, Esq., and niece of the late Chevalier O’Gorman.
On Thursday last, at his seat, Milltown-house, in the county of Clare, in his 80th year, Thomas Morony, Esq.

Wednesday 13th June 1832:
In Ennis, of cholera, Mr. Con. Coree, a stout, clever man, and an active leader of the Trades and working classes at Elections and all occasions of political excitement.
On Saturday morning, in Church-street, Ennis, of choldera, Andrew Kent, Esq.
Yesterday in Ennis, of cholera, Mr. David Fitzgibbon, of Fountain; of cholera, Mr. Thadeus Cotter, of Mill-street.
On Sunday, of cholera, Mrs. Carr, teacher of music at the Ursuline Convent, Ennis.

Saturday 16th June 1832:
On Thursday, in Chlare, of Cholera, aged 26 years, the Rev. David O’Brien, R.C. Administrator of that parish.
At Dysart, near Corofin, Mrs. Cullen.
Of cholera, in Ennis, Mr. Carr – he was one of the Apothecaries in attendance at the hospital; Mr. David Fitzgibbon; Mr. John Cusack; Mr. F. Scanlan, bookbinder; Also, within a few miles of Ennis, Mr. Timothy Foley.

Wednesday 20th June 1832:
On same day [Friday last] Mr. Nicholas Killian, of Galway, to Miss Conway, of the county Clare.
At Kilkee, county Clare, of cholera, Mr. Joseph Fogarty, sen. Of this city, Master Builder.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mrs. Magrath, wife of Mr. William Magrath.

Saturday 23rd June 1832:
In Ennis, of cholera, Charles, eldest son of Mr. William Trousdell; and of the same disease, Mr. Martin Costello, a respectable shop-keeper
In Ennis, of cholera, Miss Cavanagh, teacher of a female seminary.
In Ennis, of cholera, Mrs. Reddan, widow of Mr. James Reddan, grocer.
On the 13th instant, of cholera, Mrs. MacBeath, wife of Quarter-Master MacBeath, 68th Light Infantry, at Clare Castle, much regretted by all who knew her.
On Thursday last, at Barbane, county Clare, Mr. John Burke, a truly honest and industrious man.

Saturday 30th June 1832:
In Ennis, of cholera, Robert Blake Esq., Sub-Inspector of Police, and brother of Major Blake of Fisher-hill, near Castlebar.
Report from Ennis –the death among the out cases was Mr. John Kelly, grocer - the death of whose mother we noted in our last.

Wednesday 4th July 1832:
At Scariff, of cholera, Frances, wife of Hugh Brady Esq., of Raheens, county Clare, much regretted.

Saturday 7th July 1832:
We regret to have to state the death of Mrs. Molony, at the house of her son, the Chief Magistrate at Gort. A Lady much esteemed and respected.
As proof of the necessity for immediate application for Medical relief, we think it right to refer to the death of Sergeant Brennan, of the Police – a powerful and athletic man – The consequence was, he did not submit until he was seized by spasms, he was brought to the hospital at a time when medicine could not cure, and human aid scarcely alleviate his sufferings.
Last night, in Jail-street, Ennis, of cholera, Mr. Terence Purdue, Saddler.
In Ennis, Mr. Alexander Killikelly, grocer and spirit merchant.

Wednesday 18th July 1832:
In Ennis, of cholera, Mr. Pat. Hennessy, Master-carpenter.
Saturday 28th July v:
In St. John’s Church, Sligo, Mr. James Leech of Ennis, to Fanny, daughter of Mr. Henry Leech, of Castle-street, Sligo.

Wednesday 1st August 1832:
This morning, of cholera, at an advanced age, Miss Eames, the daughter of the late William Eames, Esq., formerly of Kilrush in the County of Clare – she was out yesterday in good health.
Wednesday 15th August 1832:
In Mill-street, Ennis, on Saturday evening last, suddenly, of a fit of apoplexy, Mrs. Ryan, wife of Mr. Richard Ryan.
Of Cholera, at Ennis, after a few hours illness, Patrick Power, Esq., late of this city, leaving a young family to deplore his unexpected death. – Same day, of cholera, Mr. Pat. Molony, hardware merchant.

Saturday 18th August 1832:
In Ennis, of cholera, Mr. Michael Moloney, school master.

Wednesday 22 August 1832:
Of Cholera, yesterday, at Newmarket-on-Fergus, Mrs. McMahon, relict of the late James McMahon Esq., and sister to the Very Rev. Dean O’Shaughnessy, a Lady most deservedly lamented by her family and friends.
In Ennis, of cholera, Miss Molony, daughter of the late Mr. Andrew Molony, of that town.

Wednesday 12th September 1832:
This morning of cholera, to the deep affliction of her affectionate husband and family, at the age of twenty-five years, Eliza, the loved and lamented wife of James Duff Paterson, Esq., and daughter of Mrs. Singleton of this city. It is with no ordinary feelings of regret that we announce the death of this young Lady. She bore a severe illness for ten days with a patience that was astonishing. Her remains are on their way for interment in the family vault, Kilnasula, county Clare.
On Monday at his residence, Newtown, near Doonass, aged 87 years, Andrew Welsh, Esq., a most respectable country gentleman, and perhaps the oldest Magistrate in the commission for Clare, no less esteemed for his private worth than his character as a landlord, a friend and a benefactor. His remains were yesterday interred in the family vault at Clonlara.
At Kilrush, County of Clare, after a severe and lingering illness, borne with the greatest fortitude and resignation, Jane, the wife of William Andrews, Esq., and youngest daughter of the late Captain John Crawford, of the City of Chichester.

Wednesday 19th September 1832:
On Sunday morning last, at his house in Thomas-street, Andrew Watson, Esq., Alderman and Charter Justice of this city, and Magistrate of the County Clare. A feeling of delicacy forbids us to enlarge on the merits of one so dear to us, many years associated with the welfare of his native City, and long connected with this paper. We prefer therefore, an extract from a contemporary of Monday last, which conveys a just eulogium on his character. [Obituary follows].

Saturday 22nd September 1832:
At Milltown, on Wednesday 19th September, by the Rev. Joseph Gabbett, William Smith, (second son of Sir Edmond O’Brien, Bart., of Dromoland), to Lucy, eldest daughter of Joseph Gabbett, Esq., of High Park, county Limerick.

Saturday 29th September 1832:
Of Cholera, Mr. John Spaight, of Kilrush, formerly master of the Agnes, of this port, and latterly of the Cicero, now a wreck on the Beeves rock in this river. The young man expired on the New-Bridge, on way to Barrington’s Hospital.

Saturday 6th October 1832:
On Wednesday at Donogroge Castle, county Clare, Jane, wife of George Crowe Hodges, Esq. As Mother, Wife and friend she was truly exemplary, and to the poor a kind benefactress. She bore a long and painful illness with pious resignation, and fell asleep in the hope of a Blessed resurrection through the merits of her Redeemer.- Her remains will be interred this day in the family vault, Shanagolden.

Saturday 13th October 1832:
Daniel Lysaght Esq., of Ballykeal, county Clare.
At Craig, county Clare, much regretted, Mr. Pat. Molony, Esq., an upright Magistrate.

Wednesday 17th October 1832:
Suddenly, Mr. James Kelly, of Market-street, Ennis, grocer.

Wednesday 24th October 1832:
Mrs Alicia O’Brien, wife of Mr. Cornelius O’Brien, of Ennistimon, merchant, and daughter of Austin Moran of Ballymahony, Esq.

Wednesday 31st October 1832:
At Kilmorane, county Clare, the Lady of William Daxon, Esq., of a son.
The Lady of Thomas Bridgeman Esq., Killeen, county Clare, of twin sons.
Monday night in Ennis, after a lingering illness, Mr. George Lardner – a young gentleman of the most amiable temper and disposition, whose classical attainments would have qualified him for no ordinary rank in life, had not a premature illness cut short that career, which promised honour to himself and gratification to his numerous friends. His last moments were cheered by that hope of immortality in a better world, which is our only consolation in this.
In Mill-street, Ennis, the Rev. John MacGrath, Roman Catholic Priest.

Saturday 3rd November 1832:
In Ennis, the Lady of John MacNamara of Moher, County Clare, Esq. [Death]
Of cholera, Mr. T. O’Brien of Rathkerry, county Clare, Esq.

Saturday 10th November 1832:
At Raheen, Scariff, William W. Brady, Esq. Royal Navy, aged 22 years, and brother of Luke Brady Esq., Lieutenant 6th Infantry, stationed at Bombay.

Saturday 17th November 1832:
At Querin, county Clare, Mrs. Borough, wife of William Borough, Esq. R. N.

Wednesday 21st November 1832:
In consequence of information received from Tomkins Brew Esq. C.M. at Ennis, Lieutenant Carey C.C.P. proceeded on Wednesday to Cragbrien, and apprehended Thomas Flynn, who stands charged with the murder of Pat Leahy, in April 1832.
At Streamstown, county Clare, on Monday 12th inst. At the advanced age of 83 years, Margaret, only surviving sister of the late Colonel John Magrath, a Lady, who during a long life, was much esteemed and highly respected.

Wednesday 28th November 1832:
In Ennis, after a tedious and lingering illness, borne with the serenity and fortitude of a Christian, Mrs. Mansergh, wife of Ralph Mansergh, Esq., and daughter of Major McNamara, M.P.

Wednesday 5th December 1832:
John Lynch Esq., son of the late Patrick Lynch of Cloher House, Esq. County Mayo, to Teresa Maria, daughter of the late Henry Butler of Millbrook, county Clare, Esq.
Mr. George Dowling, of Castle Connell to Miss Molony of O’Briens Bridge.
On Thursday at Abbey-View, county Clare, Thomas Ievers Esq. Lieutenant, h p 34 Foot Guards, sincerely regretted by his family and friends.

Saturday 8th December 1832:
This morning at St. Georges Church, by the Rev. Richard Rose, William, second son of Joshua Boyd Esq., of Cairsfern, Ayshire, to Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Boyle Vandeluer, Esq. of Ralahine, County of Clare.
Mr. John O’Dwyer, jun. of Miltown Malbay, to Margaret, daughter of the late William O’Dwyer, Esq., of Donogan, county of Clare.
At his residence, Montpelier-hill, Neptune Blood Esq., of Ballintlea, county Clare, in the 78th year of his age, most sincerely and deservedly lamented.

Wenesday 12th December 1832:
On Saturday last at Newmarket, county Clare, in the 68th year of his age, Mr. Peter Hallinan, formerly of this city, linen-draper.

Saturday 15th December 1832:
At Clarisford House, Killaloe, on the 13th instant, the Lady of the Rev. Marcus McCausland, of a daughter.
At Ennis, the Lady of James Martin, Esq. of a daughter.
At Violet-hill, co. Clare, aged 21 years, Sarah, daughter of James Going, Esq.
In Kilrush, Margaret, wife of Mr. John O’Dwyer.


Wednesday 2/1/1833:
In Kilrush, where he had for the last few months resided, the Rev. Rickard Kennedy, Rector of Clonagad, county Clare.

Wednesday 9/1/1833:
On Friday, at his brother’s house, Bindon-street, Ennis, after a serious illness, borne with serenity, and with confidence in his Redeemer, Mr. Joseph Greene, proprietor of the Ennis Chronicle. He passed thro’ life respected by those who knew him, loved by his family, and regretted by all as the noblest work of God, an honest man.

Saturday 12/1/1833:
Wednesday, in Ennis, of brain fever, to the affliction of her family and the regret of her friends, Miss Anna Banks, daughter of Dr. Banks, of Rosebank, near that town. (Lengthy obituary follows)

Saturday 19/1/1833:
At Miltown-Malbay, county Clare, after a painful and lingering illness, deeply regretted by family and friends, Henry D’Esterre, Esq. Barrister at Law, formerly Mayor, and several years Recorder of this city.
At Kilrush, on Monday, F. Daly, Esq. Attorney-at-law.

Wednesday 23/1/1833:
At Miltown-Malbay, in an advanced age, Mrs. Crips, wife of Joseph Crips, Esq. Alderman of this city.

Wednesday 30/1/1833:
At Clonroad -cottage, Ennis, D’Arcy Eyres, Esq.

Saturday 2/2/1833:
At Inchequin, county Clare, in an advanced age, Wm. Owens, Esq.

Wenesday 6/2/1833:
At Patrick’s Hill, Cork, aged 76 years, Jane, relict of the late William Coppinger of Barry’s Court, county Cork, and only daughter of Stanislaus McMahon of Clenagh, in the county of Clare, Esq.
Saturday 9/2/1833:
In Ennis, Mr. Frederick Holmes, for some time past in charge of the Religious Book and Tract Shop in Church-street.

Wednesday 13/2/1833:
On Friday last, at Clonlara, near Doonass, Philip White Taylor, Esq., of this city, sincerely regretted.

Saturday 16/2/1833:
At Newmarket-on-Fergus, after long and severe suffering from disease contracted in active service in the East and West Indies, William Edward Fraser, late of His Majesty’s ship Winchester.
At Dromelihy, county Clare, Grace, wife of John O’Kelly of Clonina, Esq.
At the seat of her son at Toonagh, county Clare, much lamented, Mrs. Rebecca Miller, widow of the late John Miller, Esq.

Wednesday 20/2/1833:
At the house of his brother, O’Gorman Mahon, in Fitzwilliam-square, Dublin, Charles Mahon, Esq., of Newpark, Ennis.
At the seat of his brother, Drew’s Cottage, Scariff, Francis Lambert Drew, Esq.

Saturday 23/2/1833:
In George-street yesterday, at the house of his brother-in-law, William Howly, Esq., Daniel O’Connell, of Kilgorey, county Clare, Esq. – many years a Magistrate of that county, and a gentleman very generally and sincerely lamented by a numerous circle of friends.

Saturday 2/3/1833:
In Galway, Mr. William Quin, brother of the Rev. Mr. Quin, of Kelshanny, county Clare.

Wednesday 6/3/1833:
In Dublin, Mrs. Crowe, relict of the late Robert Crowe, Esq, of Ennis.
In Kilrush, Simon Brew, Esq., son of Mr. George Brew of Dunmore, county Clare.
At his house in Ennis, James Heyns, Esq. M.D.

Saturday 9/3/1833:
In Ennis, Mary, daughter of the late Mr. M. Kerin.

Saturday 23/3/1833:
On Monday, at his house, Mount-street, Dublin, Pierse Creagh, Esq., of Dangan, county Clare, Barrister-at-law; a gentleman universally lamented.
At Miltown Malbay, county Clare, Mr. George MacNamara, Printer.
In Jail-street, Ennis, Mr. John Flanagan, jnr., Glover.
Dennis Shannon, Esq., of Kildimo, county Clare, at the advanced age of 84 years.

Wednesday 27/3/1833:
At Mount-Prospect, county Clare, on Wednesday last, Mr. John Ievers, Esq.; - a gentleman much esteemed and truly lamented by his family and friends.

(top of this notice chopped off) John Borbidge, of Patrick-street, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. John Leech, of Ennis.

Wednesday 3/4/1833:
At Ennis, on Friday last, Agnes Elizabeth, infant daughter of John Pooley, Esq., C.C.

Saturday 13/4/1833:
At Newhall, county Clare, of a decline, James, second son of Mr. Michael Honan, of Kilrush.
Tuesday night, in Georges-street, Andrew Castle, Esq., for many years surgeon of the Ennis Infirmary – a gentleman very highly respected by his numerous friends.

Saturday 20/4/1833:
At Gloucester, on the morning of the 9th instant, Grace, only surviving daughter of the late Thomas Hickman, Esq., of Fenloe, most sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.

Saturday 27/4/1833:
At Kilrush, on Thursday last, Bedila, daughter of Mr. Dennis Hynes, very sincerely regretted.

Wednesday 29/5/1833:
At an advanced age, Hugh Macloughlin Esq, a respectable inhabitant of Ennis.
In Ennis, of cholera, Mr. John Scanlan of Kilrush.
Of cholera, at her mother’s house in Market-street, Mrs. McMahon, wife of Mr. Andrew McMahon, of Spancilhill.

Saturday 1/6/1833:
In Church-street, Ennis, of brain fever, Mr. Thomas Butler; - and in Jail-street, Mr. W. Kenny, cottoner and dyer.

Wednesday 5/6/1833:
In Ennis, after a short illness, Mr. Andrew Molony, grocer and wine merchant.
In Ennis, Mr. Joseph Corry, son of the late Mr. Michael Corry, Architect.
Saturday 8/6/1833:
Yesterday morning, at the house of his brother, Doctor O’Brien, in Ennis, where he had gone to attend the election of Surgeon to the County Infirmary, after a few hours illness, of cholera, Terence O’Brien, Esq., Attorney-at-law, formerly of Newcastle, and late of this City, a gentleman much regretted by his family and friends.

Wednesday 12/6/1833:
In Ennis, at an advanced age, Mrs. Kenny, widow of Edmond Kenny, Esq., of Dysart.
In Ennis, Mr. John Shally, who for a long time conducted an English School in that town.

Saturday 15/6/1833:
In Jail-street, Ennis, of cholera, the wife of Serjeant Grant, of the Clare Militia.
In Market-street, Ennis, at an advanced age, of cholera, Miss Mary O’Brien.
At Anneville, near Corofin, age 63 years, Mrs. Owens, relict of William Owens, Esq.

Wednesday 19/6/1833:
In Ennistimon, Morgan Finucane, M.D.
In Jail-street, Ennis, Mr. Mat. Williams.
At Ennis, Mrs. Kean, relict of the Rev. Mr. Kean, of Ennis.
In Mill-street, Ennis, Serjeant Crole, many years attached to the band of the Clare Militia – he was a native of Germany.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mr. Patrick Carmody, Hotelkeeper

Saturday 22/6/1833:
Yesterday morning, at his residence, Bunratty, county Clare, in advanced age, Richard Palliser, Esq., many years a highly respectable Magistrate and Grand Juror of that County. This universally esteemed gentleman was a Burgess of the corporation of this city. (Limerick)

Wednesday 26/6/1833:
On Friday last, Mrs. Blake, wife of Mr. Pat. Blake, of Blakemount, in the county Clare.
Friday, in Church-street, Ennis, Mrs. Carmody, relict of Mr. Patrick Carmody. Thus, in one short week, have ten children, six of them very young, being deprived of both their parents.
On Thursday, in Ennis, Mr. John Marshall, son of the late Mr. Pat. Marshall.

Saturday 29/6/1833:
In Ennis, Edward Burton Armstrong, Esq., formerly High Sheriff of the county Clare – a gentleman very deservedly esteemed.
At the Ursuline Convent, near Ennis, of brain-fever, Miss O’Flaherty, of Galway.

Saturday 6/7/1833:
In Kilrush, Mrs. Flinn, relict of the late Edmond Flinn, Esq., of this City, proprietor of the late Limerick Journal newspaper – a Lady much esteemed and regretted by a respectable circle of relatives and friends.

S aturday 13/7/1833:
The Rev. James O’Shaughnessy, formerly Parish Priest of Kilnamona and Inagh, county Clare.

Saturday 20/7/1833:
Tuesday night at Lahinch, after a few hours illness, Francis Whitestone, Esq., sincerely regretted.
In Henry-street, Mr. James Mackey, for many years principal Usher in Ennis College, and Author of many admired and popular poems.

Wednesday 7/8/1833:
John Lysaght Esq., of Summerville, county Clare.
At an advanced age, Mrs. Finucane, relict of Michael Finucane Esq., of Ferny-park, Liscannor.

Saturday 10/8/1833:
At his house in Ennis, Richard Floyd, sen. Esq.

Wednesday 14/8/1833:
At the Causeway, Ennis, Mr. Walter Fleming.

Saturday 17/8/1833:
At the New-quay, Clare, John Miller of Toonagh, Esq.,

Wednesday 21/8/1833:
At Kilkee, county Clare, in a very advanced age, William Macalister Esq., of the Society of Friends, and one of the oldest citizens of Limerick.

Wednesday 28/8/1833:
In Kilkee, much regretted, Mrs. Connors, wife of Mr. Martin Connors, of Thomondgate Distillery.
In KIlrush, Mrs. Leyden, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Leyden, teacher.

Saturday 31/8/1833:
On Tuesday last, at Kilrush, rather suddenly, Nicholas Clarke, Esq., of Springfield, county of Clare, a gentleman whose urbanity of manners rendered him an object of affection to his numerous friends and acquaintences.
At Carhue, near Corofin, Miss Eliza Rice, the last ten years Governess in a school established in that neighbourhood for female children.

Wednesday 4/9/1833:
At White-hill, in this county, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Frederick Price, Esq., of Prospect-Hill, county Clare.

Wednesday 18/9/1833:
In Church-street, Ennis, Mr. Cornelius Hogan, grocer; formerly a Lieutenant in the 3rd Light Dragoons.

Wednesday 25/9/1833:
At Kilrush, after a few hours illness, Michael Creaghe, Esq., eldest son of the late John Creaghe, Esq., of Waterville, in this County.
In Kilrush, of cholera, Mrs. Brew, wife of Mr. Francis Brew.
A young man named Meehan, died on Saturday in the Ennis Infirmary. He received a blow of a hurley on the head, in a hurling match on Sunday. The consequence was the loss of the man’s life.

Wednesday 2/10/1833:
At Kilkee, the infant son and heir of the Right Hon. Lord Clarina.

Wednesday 9/10/1833:
At her residence, Rutland-square, Dublin, the Lady Frances Vandeleur, widow of the late Right Hon. John Ormsby Vandeleur, and daughter of the late Marquess of Drogheda. The memory of Lady Vandeleur will be long cherished by the people of Kilrush – to the poor she was a munificent benefactress, and every wish of heart seemed to be to increase the happiness of all around her.

Saturday 12/10/1833:
On Thursday, at Ennis, much lamented, James Crowe, Esq.

Wednesday 16/10/1833:
At Kilrush, aged 86 years, Mrs. Statham, widow of Thomas Statham, Esq.

Wednesday 23/10/1833:
On Wednesday last, at Mount-Pleasant Avenue, Dublin, Matilda, youngest daughter of the late John MacAdam, Esq., of Anne-Grove, county Clare. She exhibited throughout a protracted illness, and most triumphantly towards its close, an unshaken and joyful reliance upon Him who had redeemed her, and washed her from her sins in His own blood.
In Church-street, Ennis, of premature confinement, Mrs. Archer, wife of Mr. William Archer, hotel-keeper.

Saturday 2/11/1833:
In Ennis, the Lady of M. Cullinan, Esq., of a daughter.

S aturday 9/11/1833:
In John-street, in this City, on Monday night, in his 23rd year, of consumption, induced by influenza, Mr. Thomas Tyrell, Organist of Ennis. He bore a protracted illness with a resignation truly becoming a pious and exemplary christian.

Wednesday 13/11/1833:
Jeremiah Murphy, Esq., of Hyde Park, Cork, father-in-law of John O’Brien of Elm-vale, county Clare.

Wednesday 27/11/1833:
At Clifton, near Bristol, of consumption, Caleb Henry O’Callaghan, Esq., aged 22 years, second son of the late Henry O’Callaghan Esq., of the county Clare and of Upper Rutland-street, Dublin.

Saturday 7/12/1833:
The Rev. David Kenny P.P. of Kilraghtish, co. Clare.

Wednesday 11/12/1833:
In Kilrush, Margaret, wife of Captain Charles Smith, Commander of the Clarence Steamer, sincerely and deservedly regretted.

Saturday 14/12/1833:
In Kilrush, much regretted, Mrs. Hunt, relict of the late Thomas D. Hunt, Esq., and sister of the late Thomas Morony, Esq. Miltown Malbay.

Wednesday 18/12/1833:
At Stamerpark, Ennis, Mrs. Finucane, relict of Daniel Finucane, Esq. and mother of Michael Finucane, Esq.

Tuesday 24/12/1833:
On Thursday, at Seaview, Miltown Malbay, (the seat of Francis G. Morony, Esq.) Henry Westropp Morony Esq., third son of the late Thomas Morony, Esq. of Miltown House, Esq. -

Saturday 28/12/1833:
On Christmas Day, (at Seaview, the seat of her brother, F. G. Morony, Esq.) Anne, the second daughter of the late Thomas Morony, Esq. It has pleased the Lord to add this chastening affliction to a family already mourning for the death of her brother, as stated in our last impression. “The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.”
At Bunratty, Mr. William Frost, of Ballymorris, county Clare, sincerely regretted by his relatives and numerous friends.


Wednesday 8/1/1834:
At the Glebe House, the Rev. William Hadlock, Vicar of Kilchrist, Kildysart &c., and Rector of Kilfarboy, in the county of Clare. By his death, the patronage of those two preferments falls to the Earl of Egremont.
Sunday evening, in William-street, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Mrs. D’Alton, wife of Michael D’Alton, Esq., for many years a Magistrate for the County of Clare.
At Brighton, Richard Daxon, Esq., of Ennis.

Wednesday 15/1/1834:
At Wellpark, near Galway, Mrs. Macnamara, relict of the late Francis Macnamara, Esq., of Doolen, and mother of W.N. Macnamara, Esq., M.P. for Clare.

Wednesday 22/1/1834:
Mr. James O’Gorman, of Kilrush, aged 79.

Saturday 1/2/1834:
After a few hours illness, of cholera, Mrs. Floyd, wife of Mr. Richard Floyd, of Ennis.
In Mill-street, Ennis, after a few hours illness, Miss Gallery, daughter of the late Mr. James Gallery.

Saturday 8/2/1834:
Yesterday morning, at Cratloe House, county Clare, Donat O’Brien, Esq., a Magistrate of that County, after a severe and lingering illness.
At Shamrock Cottage, near Corofin, Mr. Thady Foley.

Wednesday 12/2/1834:
Deeply lamented by his numerous highly respectable family and connexions, Donat O’Brien Esq. of Cratloe, county of Clare, grandson of the late Sir Edward O’Brien, of Dromoland, Bart.
His remains were yesterday interred in the family vault at Killnasulla, followed by his sorrowing tenantry, to whom he was a kind and indulgent landlord.
At Doonass, of decline, the Rev. William Davoran O’Brien, Roman Catholic Curate to the Rev. Michael MacMahon, P.P. of that place.

Saturday 15/2/1834:
At Kildysart, Miss Catherine Finucane, daughter of the late Dr. Finucane.
Richard Floyd, son of Mr. R. Floyd, of the Mills, Ennis.

Wednesday 19/2/1834:
In Dublin, after a few days illness, Dorothea, Lady of Captain James Nestor, daughter of the late Bartholomew Macnamara Esq., and niece to Pierse Creaghe, of Dangan, county Clare, Esq.

Saturday 22/2/1834:
At Roscrea, at the house of her brother-in-law, Mr. Moses Woods, after a few hours illness, of cholera, Miss Anne Jones, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Jones, of Killaloe.

Wednesday 26/2/1834:
Saturday evening last, the house of an agricultural cottier, at Ballykett, near Kilrush, named Neill, was attacked by three men, who struck and beat the owner, a young man, in so merciless a fashion, as to produce death in a few minutes. The offenders are recognised and in custody.

Saturday 1/3/1834:
On Tuesday last, in Glentworth-street, aged 93 years, Margaret Holland, relict of the late Rev. Simon Holland, of Six Mile-bridge, county Clare.
In Ennis, of cholera, Mr. Dennis Conway.

Wednesday 5/3/1834:
Mr. Augustine T. Moran, of Muckinish, county Clare.
Of cholera, at Killard, county Clare, Mr. Medway, Chief Officer of Coast Guard, of that station.

Saturday 8/3/1834:
On Monday, at Dunmore, co. Clare, Mr. George Brew.

Wednesday 12/3/1834:
Of cholera, brought on by severe duty, Mr. R. Medway, Chief Officer of Doonbeg Coast Station, - a gentleman deservedly lamented.

Wednesday 19/3/1834:
At Ennis, on Monday, of cholera, much regretted, Mrs. England, wife of David Arthur England, Esq.
At Ennis, of cholera, on Monday, Anna Maria Hewitt, daughter of the late Thomas Hewitt, Esq., and niece to the late Chief Justice Patterson.

Saturday 22/3/1834:
Mrs. Clune, wife of Mr. George Clune, ironmonger and whitesmith, of the Causeway, Ennis, leaving seven children.
At Thomas Mahon’s, Esq., Ennis, of cholera, Miss Green.
Wednesday 26/3/1834:
In Church-street, Ennis, of cholera, Chartres Brew, Esq.
On the Mall, Ennis, Mrs. Downes, relict of Mr. Thomas Downes.
In Church-street, Ennis, Mr. John Halloran, Grocer.
At Ennis, on Tuesday morning, aged five years and two months, Eliza, daughter of the Rev. W. A. Adamson.

Saturday 29/3/1834:
At Ballinacally, co. Clare, after a short illness, Mr. John E. Doherty.
Saturday 5/4/1834:
At Kilrush, Mrs. Shannon.

Wednesday 9/4/1834:
At his seat, Waterpark, Doonas, in advanced age, John Massy, Esq.

Wednesday 16/4/1834:
On the 6th inst., at Captain Westby Perceval’s, R.N., Baggot-street, Catherine Vallancy Lysaght, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Lysaght, Esq., of county Clare, and of Leeson-street, Dublin.

Wednesday 23/4/1834:
At Killaloe, Sarah, wife of Mr. James Gilmour, of the hotel.

Saturday 26/4/1834:
At Loughburk, county Clare, Mrs. Sarah Lucas, wife of Charles Lucas, Esq.

On Wednesday, at her son’s house, Newtown, county Clare, at a very advanced age, Mrs. Walsh, relict of the late Andrew Walsh, Esq.

Wednesday 30/4/1834:
In Ennis, Anne, daughter of the late Mr. Michael Cullinane.

Saturday 10/5/1834:
Eleanor, relict of the late John Rosslewin, Esq., of Fortfergus, county Clare.
At Fountain, Ennis, Mr. Daniel Lawler.

Wednesday 14/5/1834:
In Mill-street, Ennis, of cholera, Mrs. O’Kearney, wife of Mr. Laurence O’Kearney.

Saturday 17/5/1834:
At Ballinacally, Ennis, Mrs. Haire, wife of Mr. James Haire.

Wenesday 21/5/1834:
In Ennis, at an advanced age, Miss Margaret Kerin.

Saturday 31/5/1834:
At Hollywell, near Ennis, the Lady of Thomas F. Comyn, Esq, of a daughter.

Wednesday 4/6/1834:
At Corofin, aged 31 years, Mr. Jas. O’Flanagan, Scholar TCD.
In Hunt’s-lane, Ennis, the Rev. David Barnett, a Clergyman of the Independent Church.

Saturday 7/6/1834:
On the 31st ult. at Ennis, of a spotted and brain fever, the Rev. D. Barnett. As a Minister of the Gospel under the Irish Evangelical Society, he was most assiduous in making known the glad tidings of the Salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and his journal for the past quarter shews how indefatigable he was in the important work which engrossed all his time and thoughts. During the month of April and former part of May (about seven weeks altogether, immediately preceding his last illness), he had preached no fewer than 64 times! He was ever willing to impart to the necessitous, though so limited were his means, that the Scripture precept seemed to be exemplified in him –“Let him that hath two coats impart to him that hath none.” A disconsolate widow and child are by his death deprived of all earthly support.

Wednesday 11/6/1834:
Names of those lost from County Clare- Edward Wing, Michael Corbett, Thomas Meaney, Owen Halloran, Michael Halloran, John Morony and James Sullivan. Bridgett Meany, Mary Slattery, Catherine M’Grath, Anne Wing, Bridgett Corbett, Ellen Halloran, Hannah Morony, Mary Rose and Judith Gleeson.
(Article gives full list of passengers and crew, and includes account of the voyage)

Saturday 21/6/1834:
On Wednesday the 18th inst. at Kiltanon, county Clare, in his 12th year, James, the eldest son of James Molony, Esq.

Wednesday 25/6/1834:
In Gaol-street, Ennis, Mrs. M’Namara, relict of John M’Namara, Esq., of Arranview, county Clare, aged 83 years.

Saturday 28/6/1834:
List of those lost from county Clare –
Adult males:
From Cappa, Andrew Neville, farmer;
From Scariff, Martin M’Carthy, James Mulcahy, Thady Sheedy, Patrick Madden, Dennis O’Hara, Edmond Farrell and Edmond M’Mahon, farmers;
From Killaloe, Philip Holland, farmer;
From Doonas, Thomas Craddock, farmer;
From Glanomera, John Hayes, James Hayes, John Collins, William Terry, farmers;
Males between the age of 7 and 14 years:
William Mulcahy of Scariff; Pat Hayes and Thomas Hayes of Glenomera;
Adult females:
Nancy Mulcahy, Jane Madden, Eliza Farrell, Mary Bennett, of Scariff;
Honora Guerin, of Killaloe
Females under 7 years:
Bridget Kennelly of Scariff.
Article includes an account of the wreck by survivors

Wednesday 2/7/1834:
Mary Matilda, relict of the late Mathew O’Halloran, Esq., of Clover-hill, county Clare.
In Dublin, at the house of her mother, Miss Anne Kean, second daughter of the late Robert Kean, Esq., of Hermitage, county Clare, to the great affliction of her family and friends.

Saturday 5/7/1834:
At Scariff, county Clare, Mrs. Drew, widow of the late Lambert Drew, Esq.
At his father’s house, Kilrush, Mr. Thomas O’Dwyer, and in same house, Miss Margaret Hynes, niece to Mr. John O’Dwyer, - both of a decline.

Wednesday 9/7/1834:
On Sunday morning, at his seat, Hurlston, county Clare, William Bentley, Esq. aged 70. This estimable Gentleman was a Magistrate for a period of more than forty years; and in the memorable year of 1798, was Lieutenant of the Kilkishen Cavalry, and rendered efficient services to his county in those capacities. No man was more esteemed among the people, as well as the gentry of this district; where his usefulness as a resident Landlord and independent Magistrate particularly endeared him to his tenantry. His charity was unbounded yet unostentatious, and his acts of benevolence embraced all classes and sects of the community. The site for a Church and Church-Yard on his own demesne was his free gift to the parish of Broadford. His remains were interred yesterday morning in the family vault at Kilsiley.

Saturday 12/7/1834:
On Monday last, the 7th inst., at Baltard House, county Clare, the residence of her son, the Rev. Michael Comyn, Mrs. Comyn, relict of the late Michael Comyn, of Corbally. Through a long series of years, she dispensed all the charities and hospitalities of life in a kind and generous spirit, and she bore a lingering illness with Christian resignation, taking a final leave of this world with ardent hopes of a blessed immortality.

Wednesday 23/7/1834:
At Ballycasey, co. Clare, after a lingering illness, John Canny, Esq., a gentleman greatly beloved and respected by his numerous friends.

Wednesday 13/8/1834:
At Knock, county Clare, where she had been for the benefit of her health, Elizabeth, wife of William M’Dermott, Esq., M.D., very deservedly regretted.
Near Ennis, of decline, in his 19th year, Mr. Michael Naughten.

Wednesday 20/8/1834:
At Curragh, county Clare, Thomas Faircloth, Esq.
At Lynn, co. Westmeath, aged 84, John Swift, Esq. late co. Clare.

Saturday 30/8/1834:
At Ballysheen, county Clare, Richard, son of George Walton, Esq.
In New York, of consumption, Daniel O’Brien, aged about 30 years, a native of Kilcut, county Clare.

Wednesday 3/9/1834:
Last Saturday, of inflammation, Deborah, the beloved wife of Major William C. Purdon of Tinerana, county Clare, aged 71 – a Lady very sincerely and deservedly lamented.

Saturday 6/9/1834:
At Cappahard, county Clare, Mrs. Margaret Harley, at the advanced age of 100 years.

Wednesday 10/9/1834:
Near Corofin, Richard Blood, Esq.

Saturday 13/9/1834:
A canoe while boarding the Ann Worthington last Monday upset alongside, when Timothy Behan, a Limerick Pilot was drowned while attempting to get on board; also, a man named Keating, a boat owner from Carrigaholt. One man escaped by swimming to the canoe and placing his hands on either side, succeeded in steadying her until picked up by Jas. Martin’s pilot-boat – there were three in the canoe. The accident happened off the lighthouse of Kilcredane.
On the 5th instant, of dropsy, at Gertcooldiren, in the county Clare, Richard Blood, Esq.

Wednesday 24/9/1834:
At Lisdoonvarna, Mrs. O’Brien, wife of Christopher O’Brien, Esq, of Ballycorick, county Clare.
At his house, Miltown Malbay, Mrs. Kerin, wife of J. Kerin, Esq.

Saturday 27/9/1834:
At Six-mile-Bridge, county Clare, Mary, relict of the late James H. Miller, Esq. M.D.
Mr. Michael Cullen of Ennis, medical student.
At Kilrush, Henry W. Daly, Esq. M.D.
On Thursday at Shepperton, near Newmarket-on-Fergus, Mr. William Reedy. He was through life a loving husband, a tender and affectionate parent, and a benevolent and obliging landlord.

Wednesday 1/10/1834:
Near Ennistimon, Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Considine, of Cratloe- lodge, near this city.
In Thomond-gate, Margaret, wife of Mr. Thomas Honan of Kilrush.

Saturday 4/10/1834:
At a late hour on Thursday night, or rather, yesterday morning, Martin Myers, a boatman in the employ of Mr. Doherty of Ballinacally, county Clare, retiring to his boat at Arthurs-quay, after drinking freely, fell into the river and was drowned. The body was recovered soon after, but his fellow-boatmen sailed away with it before an inquest could be held.
Saturday night last, a man named Conolly Egan, on his way home, was so violently beaten by four men with whom he had been drinking in Ennis that he was unable to reach his house until Sunday morning, when, having complained to his wife of the severe beating he got and showed the parts that had been injured, he stretched on his bed and continued in great agony until evening, when he expired. An inquest was held by Thomas Whitestone, Esq. Coroner. The persons who committed this outrage being known to the police, three of them named Patrick Clune, John Flynn and Connor Flynn, have been arrested.

Saturday 25/10/1834:
At Frogmore Lodge on Thursday, Major John M’Namara, late of Moyreisk, county Clare.
At Ballinacally, co. Clare, Margaret, relict of Mr. John E. Doherty.

Saturday 1/11/1834:
At Askeaton, Mary, wife of Henry G. Molony, Esq, and sister of the late James O’Gorman, of Ennis, Esq.
Aged 86 years, Eliza, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Carrigg, of Killaloe.

Wednesday 5/11/1834:
At Killaloe on Monday, the Rev. Henry Allen, Precentor of Kilfenora, age 64.

Saturday 8/11/1834:
At her father’s house, Abbeyville, Ennis, Miss Mary Crowe, eldest daughter of Thomas Crowe, Esq. She bore a tedious illness with the resignation of a Christian, and in a full assurance of an interest in a Saviour’s blood.
In Gaol-street, Ennis, Mr. Stephen Rice.

Wednesday 12/11/1834:
A murder was committed a few days since at Kilrush, which shews at what value human life is esteemed. A man named Darby Glynn was at the Sessions, and had some law proceedings with a man named Michael Ryan. Ryan employed two men to beat Ryan, and the price agreed upon was three glasses of whiskey each! They gave the unfortunate man such a beating that he died on the 29th ult. The two men named Comyn and O’Neill were arrested on the spot, and Ryan has been taken by the exertions of Mr. Blake C.C. One of them has turned approver.

Saturday 22/11/1834:
Marriage: Mr. Augustine Moran, of Burren, to Jane, second daughter of Michael O’Brien, Esq. of Springfield, county Clare.

Saturday 29/11/1834:
At Clohanes, county Clare, aged 48 years, Catherine, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Shannon.

Wednesday 17/12/1834:
On the 11th instant, at Kenmare Lodge, the seat of her son-in-law, P.M. Lynch Esq. in the 82nd year of her age, sincerely regretted by her numerous friends and connexions, to whom her truly amiable disposition had most justly endeared her, Catherine, relict of the late John Wilson, of Belview in the county Clare, Esq. and only surviving sister of the late Walter Lambert of Cregola, Esq.

Saturday 20/12/1834:
On Wednesday last at her residence, Mrs. O’Grady, relict of Daniel O’Grady, Esq. of Shore-Park, county Clare.
In Market-street, Ennis, the wife of Michael Macnamara, jun.

Wednesday 24/12/1834:
At Cratloe Castle, in the 97th year of his age, Mr. John O’Neill, a truly honest man and much regretted.

Wednesday 31/12/1834:
At Kilfiera, near Kilkee, after a tedious illness which he bore with exemplary resignation, Mr. Patrick Kean, aged 73 years – in all the relations of life, he upheld a dignity of conduct, which secured general respect.
In Ennis, Miss Mary Wilson, daughter of the late Mr. J. Wilson.


Wed 7/01/1835:
Monday, in Gaol-street, Ennis, after a few days illness, the Rev. Richard Hawkins, of Sandhurst, Miltown Malbay.

Wed 14/01.1835:
On the 21st December, on his passage home from India, where he had been for the last eight years, Lieut. Angus Paterson, of the Madras Army, fourth son of James Paterson Esq, of Kilrush. The climate had so undermined Mr Paterson’s constitution that he was ordered home for the benefit of his health. His kind and amiable disposition had endeared him to his family and acquaintance, by whom his loss will be long and sincerely regretted.

Sat 24/01/1835:
On Tuesday, age nine years, of hooping-cough, John, only son of Captain Miller, of Ennis.
In Ennis, Mr. Thomas Raleigh, cloth merchant.
In Ennistimon, suddenly, Mrs. Finucane, relict of the late Dr. M. Finucane, of that town.

Wed 28/01/1835:
At Tomgraney, county Clare, in advanced age, Dennis Reddan Esq, a most hospitable and kind-hearted country gentleman.
At Brownstown, Mrs. Martyn, relict of the late George Martyn Esq of the county Clare, and daughter of George Browne Esq of Brownstown.

Sat 31/01/1835:
In Church-street, Ennis, Mr. O’Flynn, coach builder
In Jail-street, Ennis, of decline, James, son of Mr. John Flanagan
In Jail-street, Ennis, Mrs. Hehir, wife of Mr. James Hehir, publican. Her death was occasioned by her clothes taking fire by the accidental lighting of spirits.

Sat 7/02/1835:
In Ennis, Miss Susan Reidy.

Wed 11/02/1835:
On Sunday last, at Drewsboro, Scariff, to the regret of his family and friends, Ringrose Drew, Esq.

Sat 14/02/1835:
On Thursday morning last, at his seat at Fort-Fergus, co Clare, after a protracted illness, Edmond O’Grady, Esq. – A gentleman whose many amiable qualities endeared him to a numerous circle of acquaintance: he was a sincere friend, and a kind benefactor to the poor all round him, who will deeply feel his loss.

Wed 18/02/1835:
At Inagh, county Clare, Mr. John Cotter.
At Dromedrehid, within a few miles of Ennis, John Meere, at the advanced age of 110.

Sat 7/03/1835:
In the prime of life, Eliza, only daughter of the late Norcott Henry D’Esterre, Esq, of Meelick, county Clare. Possessed of many qualities which deservedly endeared her to her friends, she learned to account them as dross compared to the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus her Lord – a knowledge which gave her sweet resignation during her long illness, and perfect peace at its close.
At her sister’s house in William-street, of consumption, which she bore for two years and eleven months with the greatest Christian patience and resignation, Henrietta Cockburn, youngest daughter of Captain James Fitzgerald, late of Sixmilebridge House, county Clare.
At Kilbarron, county Clare, Robert McGrath Esq M.D., age 84.

Wed 11/03/1835:
At Moymore, county Clare, Mat. Stacpoole Esq.

Wed 1/04/1835:
In Kilrush, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Rev. John Butler of Kilmurry Glebe, county Clare – a lady very sincerely regretted for her many amiable qualities.
At the seat of her uncle, John Colpoys, Esq, Ballycar, county Clare, on the 24th ult. Miss Kitty Joice Abbott, third daughter of Alderman Abbott, of Dublin.

Wed 15/04/1835:
In Ennis, Mr. John O’Brien, merchant

Wed 22/04/1835:
Yesterday morning, in Lower Mallow-street, Catherine, relict of the late Daniel O’Connell, Esq, of Kilgory, county Clare.
At Shepherd Hill, Milltown Malbay, Catherine, second daughter of John Morony, Esq, aged 15.

Sat 2/05/1835:
On Wednesday, at her house in Georges-street, in this city, to the inexpressible grief of her numerous family and connections, Mrs. Singleton, relict of the late Edward Singleton, of Quinville, county Clare. Seldom, if ever, have we had to record the departure from this life of a more tender and affectionate parent, a kinder friend, or a more constant and unostentatious benefactress to the poor, by whom her loss will be long and deeply felt. Her remains left this morning for interment in the family vault at Kilnasulla, county Clare.
In Ennis, Mrs. Greene, wife of Mr. B. Greene
In Ennis, of decline, Mr. John Hartnett

Wed 6/05/1835:
At Fountain, near Ennis, Mrs. Powell, wife of Mr. E. Powell.

Sat 23/05/1835:
Eleanor, widow of the late John Ievers, of Sixmilebridge, county Clare, Esq.

Wed 27/05/1835:
At Kilrush, on Monday, after a painful and protracted illness, which he bore with pious resignation and Christian fortitude, Arthur Brew, Esq. aged 28, eldest son of the late Geo. Brew, of Dunmore, Esq.
At Streamstown, on Thursday last, Mrs. Ievers, widow of the late John Ievers, Esq. of Mount Prospect, county Clare

Sat 13/06/1835:
In Glentworth-street, Eliza, sister of the late Donat O’Brien of Cratloe, Esq., and of Colonel William O’Brien. Her remains were interred yesterday at the family vault, Kilnasoola, county Clare.

Wed 24/06/1835:
On Thursday last, of fever, Richard Fitzgerald Esq, of Ballykeale, county Clare, Attorney-at-Law.

Wed 8/07/1835:
In Ennis, Mr. Pat Arthur, - and Mrs. Pearson.

Sat 18/07/1835:
In Ennis, Mrs. Madgett, wife of Mr. John N. Madgett, Apothecary.

Sat 25/07/1835:
Marriage: On Wednesday last, at Six-Mile-Bridge church, by the Rev. George Massy, and afterwoods at Clonmony by the Rev. Dr. McMahon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Killaloe, Robert Fetherston of Bruree House, co Limerick, Esq, to Eliza, second daughter of Denis Canny of Clonmony, county Clare, Esq.

Wed 12/08/1835:
At Scariff, Thomas, son of the late Mr. David Molony, of Clonleagh

Sat 15/08/1835:
Birth: At Willowbank, Ennis, the Lady of Capt. Vignoles, of a daughter.

Sat 22/08/1835:
In Ennis, Miss Power, sister of the late William Power, Esq. of that place.

Wed 26/08/1835:
Birth: At Cahiramore, county Clare, the Lady of James O’Dowd, Esq. barrister-at-law, of a daughter.

Sat 29/08/1835:
Mr. Michael Butler, of Ennis.

Wed 23/09/1835:
At the house of her son, James Mahon, Esq, of Brookville, county Clare, Mrs. Mahon, relict of Charles Mahon, Esq.

Wed 7/10/1835:
In Gaol-street, Ennis, Mrs C. Whitestone, wife of Thomas Whitestone Esq, of Clondigad, county Clare.

Sat 17/10/1835:
In Baggott-street, Dublin, Miss Fitzgerald, of Shepperton, county Clare, and sister of Charles Fitzgerald of this city, Esq.
On Monday last at Woodview, near Ennistymon, Anne, the beloved wife of Henry O’Brien, Esq. – a lady whose loss is deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.

Sat 24/10/1835:
After a protracted and latterly, very painful illness, Lucy, fourth daughter of the late James Molony, Esq. of Kiltanon, county Clare, in the 48th year of her age.

Sat 7/11/1835:
At Moyada near Kilrush, James Eames, Esq, formerly Lieutenant Clare Militia.

Wed 11/11/1835:
James Ryan, a sick countryman, who came into town from Ballycar, county Clare, on Monday, to procure medical advice, was returning home on horseback about 3 o’clock same day, when he lost his seat and fell to the ground thro’ sudden debility and loss of blood. Immediately after being conveyed to an adjacent house, and placed in a chair, he breathed his last. There was a great effusion of blood from his throat, and Surgeon Lloyd, who attended the inquest shortly after, proved that he died of rupture of a vessel in the lungs.

Sat 14/11/1835:
The Rev. Mr. Walsh, Roman Catholic Curate of Ennis.

Wed 18/11/1835:
From the injury he received by a fall in the Police-barrack, Ennis, William Greene, second son of Edward Greene Mahon, Esq. of Snugville, county Clare.

Sat 5/11/1835:
At Kilrush, in his 53rd year, Mr. John Spaight, many years an efficient member of the Revenue department.

Sat 12/12/1835:
In Ennis, after a protracted illness, Edmond M’Grath Esq, M.D., a most respectable practitioner. He was attached professionally to the 20th Light Dragoons during the Peninsular campaigns.

Sat 19/12/1835:
At Manusmore, co. Clare, Bridget, daughter of the late Mr. J. Healy.
The son of Dr. Enright, County Infirmary, Ennis.

Wed 23/12/1835:
Last evening, at his house in Tontine Buildings, in the prime of manhood, after a few days’ illness, the Rev. James Charles Fitzgerald, only son of Charles Fitzgerald, Esq. of Shepperton, county Clare, - a zealous Minister of the Establishment,- leaving an amiable young widow and interesting child to lament his premature death. His remains will be interred tomorrow morning in the family vault at Kilnasula in the county Clare.

Wed 30/12/1835:
In High-street, Ennis, Margaret, widow of Mr. J. Reddan, grocer.


At O’Brien’s Bridge, Mr. James Arthur.

On Monday night last, at his residence, Tinerana, county Clare, William Causabon Purdon, Esq., in the 84th year of his age.
At Sixmilebridge, county Clare, Edmond O’Halloran, Esq.
At Mount-Rivers, county Clare, of Typhus fever, George Ievers, Esq.

In Corofin, Mr John Macnamara.

In Ennis, Mr. L. Meehan.

Yesterday, in Cecil-street, at the advanced age of 96 years, Ann, relict of Poole Westropp, of Fort Ann, county Clare, Esq.

At Carndota, county Clare, on Thursday, the wife of Richard Daxon, Esq, a lady sincerely regretted
On the 9th inst., at Kielty House, county Clare, Anne, the beloved wife of Edmond Brady Esq, leaving a young family of nine children to mourn the loss of a fond and kind parent.

At Kilrush, Margaret, widow of the late T. Barrington, Esq.

At Kilrush, Lucy, relict of the late Robert Fitzgerald Esq, of Kilkee. Throughout an extensive circle of relatives and friends, to whom her kind and amiable disposition much endeared her, the demise of this Lady is sincerely and deservedly regretted.
At Ennis, at an advanced age, deservedly regretted by all her relations and friends, Eliza, wife of John James Fitzgerald Esq., in the full hope of eternal salvation through the merits and mediation alone of her Blessed Redeemer.
In Canada, Robert Fitzgerald, late of Ennis, co Clare, Esq.

On Thursday morning, at Kilmichael, county Clare, Mrs. Breen, wife of Mr. James Breen, of fever, deservedly regretted by her family, friends, and the poor of her immediate neighbourhood.


In Jail-street, Ennis, of fever, Lucy Anne, daughter of the late John Lardner, Esq, of that town, and widow of the late Mr. Andrew Molony, grocer and wine merchant. In the fond and endearing relations of wife and mother, few could surpass her, while in the exercise of charity, piety and those other virtues which exalt the character of human nature, the deceased Lady presented an example worthy of imitation.

Monday, at Snugville, county Clare, Mrs. Greene, wife of Edmond Green Mahon, Esq.
At Ennistimon, Mr. John Finucane, apothecary.

At Ennis, the Lady of the Rev. Mr. Elmes, of a son.

At his house in Arthur’s-row, Ennis, at an advanced age, on Saturday, after a long and tedious illness, T. Kerin, Esq, M.D.

Suddenly, Mrs Haire, wife of Mr. Edmond Haire, of High street, Ennis
At Broadford, on Wednesday, to the deep regret of her family and friends, Ann, the beloved wife of Thomas Bridgman, Esq, of Lakeview, county Clare.
In Ennis, Mrs. Gregg, wife of Mr. Mich. Gregg

In Upper Mallow-street, Mary Anne, relict of the late Thomas Faircloth, Esq, of Curra, county Clare.

At Kilrush, aged 7 years, Thomas, son of R. S. Triphook, Esq, Commander of his Majesty’s Revenue Cruiser Hamilton.
In Kilrush, at an advanced age, Mr. John Foley, woollen-draper, father to the Rev. John Foley of Philadelphia, and Doctor Foley of Kilrush.

At Six-mile-Bridge, on Thursday, Michael Dalton Esq. late of Rosscastle, and one of the Senior Magistrates of the county Clare.
At Kilrush, on Wednesday, Miss Ellen M’Mahon, daughter of Mr. M’Mahon, grocer, of that town.
On Tuesday, at Knock, county Clare, Robert Armstrong Esq. M.D.
In Jail-street, Ennis, Mr. Thomas Ryan, proprietor of the Gridiron Tavern.
On Monday night, at her sister’s, Mrs. Walker, Blackrock, Cork, Mrs. Going, of Castle Connell, relict of the late Thomas Richard Going, Esq, of Erina, county Clare – a Lady of most estimable character, whose many virtues shared lustre on a life devoted to the exercise of charity and beneficence. Her remains were this day interred in the family vault in the Cathedral of Cloyne.

In Ennis, Eliza, daughter of the late Mr. Anthony Green.

At Cahircon house, Kildysart, on Thursday, after a short illness of influenza, Bindon Scott, Esq., for many years a highly respectable and efficient Magistrate and Grand Juror of the county Clare. His remains will be interred tomorrow in the family vault near Kildysart.

On Tuesday last, at her house at Kilkee, Susanna, relict of the late John Cox, Esq., of Kilnagallagh.

Mrs. Donellan, wife of Mr. Patrick Donnellen, of Kilquane, county Clare.

Yesterday, at the family mansion, Dromoland, county Clare, Sir Edward O’Brien, Bart. to the inexpressible grief of his family, and the sincere regret of his friends and numerous tenantry. Sir Edward represented his native county many years in Parliament, and was deservedly esteemed as an excellent landlord, an amiable country gentleman, and exemplary in all the domestic and social situations.

On the 14th inst. At Ballinacally near Ennis, in the prime of life, to the lasting regret of his family and friends, John Doherty, Esq, sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who knew him.

At Ennistimon, Mr. D’Arcy O’Brien.

At Arthur’s Quay, on Monday, Alicia, relict of John Molony, Esq, of Feenagh, county lare, and third daughter to Alderman Francis Sargent Williams, late of this city. A lady generally regretted.

In Ennis, Mr. Denis O’Connor

At his residence in Burren, county Clare, John S. Moran, Esq.

On Wednesday evening in Ennis, to the inconsolable grief of a beloved husband and interesting young family, Mary Anne, wife of Terence O’Brien, Esq., of this city, Manager of the National Bank Branch at Ennis.

On Monday, at Woodpark, Scarriff, of the prevailing influenza, Jessie, youngest daughter of Philip Reade, Esq.

At Six-mile-bridge, Mr Lawrence Guerin, Local Inspector of the Hibernian Society’s Schools, age 69.

At Corofin, Mrs. M’Mahon, relict of Mr. T. M’Mahon, aged 60.
At Derry, on Friday morning, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Patrick Gibson, of Ennis, woollen-draper. Her premature death is a source of deep regret to her numerous friends and relations.

At the College, Ennis, the infant son of Dr. King.

In Ennis, Mr. John Borbidge, hat manufacturer.

At Kilfenora Glebe, county Clare, Frances, eldest daughter of the Very Rev. Dean Stacpoole. The premature dissolution of this interesting young Lady, of decline, is a source of deep affliction to her parents, and of regret to all who knew her.
On Sunday morning, aged 27, Charles Adams Lysaght, Esq., of Rockforest, in the county of Clare, to the great affliction of his widowed and now childless mother. An affectionate son, a faithful friend and a kind neighbour – he was universally esteemed and loved for his strict integrity of principle, and unaffected tenderness of heart; and he finished his course with joy, for he knew in whom he believed – and that He is able to save all to the uttermost, who come unto God by him.
At Snugville, county Clare, E. Greene Mahon , Esq.
In Miltown Malbay, Mr. Charles Fitzgerald, Attorney.

Friday, at Rosmanaher, county Clare, Mr. Thomas Frost, a respectable farmer, at the advanced age of 84 years.

At Tulla, county Clare, Mr. John Ryan.

In Ennis, Mr. Samuel Sayers, to Rebecca, widow of Mr. Hawkins, Revenue Officer.
At Fort Andrew, county Cork, Edward Galwey Esq, of Doon, county Clare, to Louisa Josephine, fifth daughter of the late James Galwey Esq, of Nadrid, county Cork.

On Tuesday in Ennis, Mr. Godfrey Hodges, formerly hotel-keeper in that town.

At Clonboy, county Clare, the Lady of John Browne, Esq., of a son.
Suddenly, on her way to Lisdoon Varna Spa, where she purposed sojourning for the benefit of her health, Catherine, eldest daughter of the late John Stewart Moran, Esq., of Muckinish, county Clare.

On Saturday last, at her father’s house, Donogrogue Castle, county Clare, in her fifteenth year, of scarletina, Hariett, the beloved daughter of George Crowe Hodges, Esq. Thus, after a few days illness, was this amiable and interesting young Lady, in the bloom of youth, almost suddenly separated from her parent and family, who are, by so melancholy a visitation, involved in the deepest affliction.

In Ennis, Hannah, the daughter of the late D. Lysaght Esq, of that town.

In Bindon-street, Ennis, on Friday, John, second son of C.H. Bagot, Esq.

In this city, Mr. John McNamara, late of Ennis, chandler.
At Cappahard, county Clare, Mrs. Costelloe, widow of the late Mr. Martin Costelloe, of Ennis

At Ennis, the wife of James Boyd, Esq, Surveyor for this city. (ie Limerick)

On Monday, at Greenlawn, county Clare, aged 16 years, William, second son of Thomas Mahon, Esq.
At Bunratty, aged 17 years, Richard, son of the Rev. Richard S. Welsh, a young gentleman much regretted.
On Thursday the 12th instant, at his mother’s house, Lower Glanmire Road, Cork, Richard Martin, Esq., fourth son of the late Captain Nicholas Martin, of Fountain, county Clare. He departed in the exercise of a lively faith, triumphing in the finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ, for his pardon and acceptance with God, fully impressed (as he himself expressed it) of being a poor helpless sinner.

At her house in Harcourt-place, Dublin, Miss Catherine Davoren, daughter of the late James Davoren, Esq, county Clare.

Wednesday, in Glentworth-street, at the house of her son-in-law Hughes Russell, Esq, Mrs. Blood, relict of the late Neptune Blood, of Applevale, county Clare, Esq. This pious good woman lived the life and died the death of the righteous, trusting entirely in the merits of her crucified Saviour.

In Ennis, Mrs. O’Keeffe, widow of the late Mr. James O’Keeffe.

Tuesday last, in Thomas-street, in her 14th year, to the inexpressible grief of her afflicted parents, Frances, only and beloved daughter of John Huleatt, Esq, of Scariff, county Clare. She was a young lady of a most amiable disposition, and possessed very promising talents.

At her residence, Bunratty, to the deep regret of her tenantry, Mrs. Palliser, wife of the late Richard Palliser, Esq, and sister of Lieutenant-General Sir Augustine Fitzgerald, Bart. of Carrigoran, county Clare.
At Ennis, on Sunday, of fever, after attending the Quarter Sessions of Kilrush, Michael Greene, Esq, Attorney, and formerly Sub-Sheriff of the county Clare.

In Glentworth-street, on Sunday, in an advanced age, Miss Margaret Jennings. Her remains were yesterday interred at Tulla church, county Clare.
At Miltown Malbay Church, county Clare, on Saturday last, Thomas Barclay, Esq, of Ballyartney, to Charlotte, daughter of Thomas H. Morony, of Miltown-house, Esq.

In Brunswick-street, Mr. S. Burke, of Miltown Malbay.

At the advanced age of 87, Mr. Patrick Coffee, of Knucknagun, county Clare, during 56 years of which he acted as Agent to the family of Carrigoran, and had the good fortune of pleasing his employers and their tenantry.

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