Connaught Journal; Aug 16, 1824 "Marriages & Deaths

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Connaught Journal; Aug 16, 1824 "Marriages & Deaths

Post by irishgen » 03 Apr 2005, 19:59

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Subject: !! Connaught Journal; Aug 16, 1824 "Marriages & Deaths"
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 00:54:56 +0000 (UTC)
From: labaths@worldnet.att.net ("Cathy Joynt Labath")

THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1824

MARRIAGES
In St. Peter's Church, By the Rev. Jones Hobson, James M'Evoy, Esq., of
Tohertinan, County Meath, to Teresa, daughter of Sir Joshua Meredyth, Bart, and
sister of Lady Castlecoote.
The Rev. Richard L. Fitzgibbon, A.M. to Sarah Eliza, fourth daughter of the
late Rev. Frederick Nehgan, Rector of Kilmastulla, Diocess of Cashel.
Richard Burke, Esq. of Rusco, Co. Tipperary, to Mary, daughter of William
Fennessy, Esq. of the City of Limerick.
In Bray Church, Mr. Hutchinson, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Dr.
Spedding of Kilruddery.
John Darlington, Esq., of Budford, Co. Wicklow, to Letitia, eldest daughter
of Mr. R. Folds, of Dublin.
At Dungannon, Thomas Kinley, Esq. to Emilie, only daughter of the late
David Coulter, Esq.

DEATHS
At Summer-hill, on the 11th instant, Eliza, wife of William Curry, Esq.,
Barrister at Law.
A few days since, at his house at Killester, County Dublin, Henry Bingham,
Esq., late of Capel-street.
At Ballycorrick, County Clare, the relict of the late Morough O'Brien, Esq.
In Dublin, Matthew Hancock, Esq. He was Deuty Muster Master General of
Ireland for above 50 years.
At Civerswall, Sister Magdalen, aged 68 years. She had been 48 years a Nun,
and came over with that Religious Community from Flanders.
On the 21st ult., in the 103d year of his age, Fergus Ferrall, Esq. of
Ardminan, County Leitrim.

Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News
http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/

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