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Contributions by various people...


Courtesy of Paul O'Brien....



Clare Champion 1920
Death
Mr. ML McDONNELL (Michael McDONNELL)

John McDONNELL
Miss McDONNELL
MrsO'REILLY
Mr.  O'REILLY
Master O'REILLY
Mrs. and the Misses DILLON
T. and P. QUINLIVAN
M. O'FLANAGAN
M. NOLAN
J. O'DWYER
John HASSETT
















Limerick Evening Post 1825

Family in 'distress'
HICKEY





Galway Patriot 1835

Marriage

Rev. D. RYAN P.P.
T. MURRAY - Bridget TOUHY
James TOUHY


Clare Journal 1848

Death
Thomas POWELL


Clare Journal 1848
To Be Let
Mrs. T. POWELL



Clare Journal 1855

Deaths
Mrs. Rebecca DAVOREN relict of late Anthony DAVOREN
Bartholomew GLYNN
Simon JAMES




Warder and Dublin Weekly 1899
Death
Maria BOWLER relict of late George BOWLER



Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser 1858
Death
William H. JOHNSON
Captain ROYCE







Warrington Guardian 1865

Suicide.. N.B. gruesome details
Thomas CROFTS, possibly CROFT of Kilmaley










The Scots Magazine1810
Viscount GALWAY
Wm. George MONCKTON












Aberdeen Press Journal 1823
Death
Edward BYRNE



Caledonian Mercury 1804
Marriage
Francis ANNESLEY to Jane DAVIES








Northern Whig 1913
Eviction

Michael MORRISSY
Harry KILLERD
Mr. BREW J.P.
Mr. COUNIHAN






















Northern Whig 1913
Drowning

John MELICAN












Northern Whig 1890
Wedding  

MAUNSELL-COX
Rev. William Blood SMYTH
Edward MAUNSELL
Elizabeth Agnes (Lily) COX
Joseph Watson COX
Benjamin COX J.P.











Northern Whig Wed. 18 February, 1903

FATAL SHOOTING

Michael BEHAN
Patrick   BEHAN 



















Western Times - Monday 25 August 1902

Drowning
Miss STUDDERT












The Champion Monday 12 December 1836
DEATH 

 Charles LUCAS








The Examiner Sunday 28 February, 1836

DEATH  

James MULVIHILL



 In the IGP County Clare Group on Facebook, the following information was added below this clipping. I have chosen to add Murray's additional information here for your convenience. Thanks to both Paul O'Brien for posting the clipping above, and Murray Michael Ginnane for providing the extra information below.

Murray Michael Ginnane To allow for the 1836 transmission of this news to reach London, I'm guessing that this wedding was planned, & it was just before the Shrovetide marriage season ended on Tues Feb 16th? Perhaps it was on Friday 12th Feb 1836 ? : 
James Mulvihill from Moyarta East was reported as married on a previous Friday before Sunday Feb 28th 1836 and he died the next day at Carrigaholt. See The Examiner ( London, England), Issue 1465 of Sunday, February 28, 1836. The house where he died was next / near to the Catholic Presbytery, near the beach about a half-mile north of Carrigaholt. Where the road direct to Kilkee branches northwest up the hill past Moyarta Cemetery. The Carrigaholt Parochial House is over the L2006 road from the beach, at coordinates N 52.608461, -9.707740 E , still there amongst a group of houses. [The historic local body / council Animal Pound was just southwest of there.] 
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From “The Examiner” of Feb 28th 1836 : A young man at Carrigaholt died suddenly last Saturday. He had been married on the Friday and on Saturday was enjoying himself playing for his friends on the Highland Pipes when he suddenly complained of fatigue, lay on his bed & died in the next few minutes. [ Perhaps previous rheumatic fever had left his heart liable to post-prandial, post-nuptial stress? ]





Cork Examiner Wednesday 06 September 1865

DEATHS

George Gloster

James McNab

Henry Hogreave

James Liddy


Thomas Stack
















Longford Journal Saturday 12 April 1856

SUICIDE

Michael O'Donnel












Longford Journal Saturday 22 October 1853

Bringing the baby 'home'





Advocate 23 December 1920 (Australia)

OBITUARY

Thomas F. Mangan, born Co Clare

Other names mentioned..


Dr. McKay, Hon. John Meagher, Patrick Mangan (brother),  Mrs. Charles Brown (sister),
Very Rev. Dean O'Shaughnessy, Rev. Fr. Costello, 




The Queenslander Sat 15 Dec. 1888

MARRIAGE

 Melican - Griffin










Washington Post 8 October 1895

DEATH 

Patrick Long








Gloucestershire Echo 22 August 1922

BRIDE AND GROOM KIDNAPPED
Irish Army Romance

O'NEILL, Ignatius to LAHINCH, Lehane






Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser Moday 4 Nov., 1861

MARRIAGE AND DEATHS

CURTIN, Patrick to BOLAND, Eliza

Death..

KENNY, Edmund

BROWNE, Denis




Fife Herald - Tuesday 18 Feb., 1862

Death
BEHAN Peggy

A Woman Roasted Alive.  We regret to announce a fearful calamity which befell a poor epileptic named Peggy Behan, at Newtown, Kilmacduian, (about five miles from this town), on Sunday evening last. The deceased was sitting with a young child when she was seized with a fit and fell into the fire. Her breast was frightfully burned and her hand crisped almost to a cinder. The screams of the deceased were terrific, and were the first intimation that the people in the neighbourhood had of the fatal catastrophe. Kilrush Gazette.








Northern Times and weekly journal for Sutherland and the North 24 December, 1903

DEATH 

BELFAST, Biddy Doonbeg





Freeman's Journal 6 June 1896 Australia

MISSING

WOODS, Michael  Cooraclare  





CATHOLIC CHURCH.      
Right Rev. Dr. Vaughan, Miltown , Jesuit Fathers,  Henry Keane,  Rev. Mr. O'Dwyer, S. J.


Virgia of Carrigaholt, George Belson, Limerick,  Patrick Behan, Michael McCarthy, Daniel McDonnell, Widow Callaghan, Bridget McDonnell, O'Connor, Owen Kean, Kilbaha pilot boat.




















COURT CASE
Robert Reeves, Cornelius O'Keefe, John Rice
Thomas Power, Margaret Banrigh, F.N.Burton, Daniel Cahill, D.M'Inarnay, P.J.Kelly, Bridget Collins, Michael Hassett, Anne Furness, J. Birmingham, Isaac Cooper.



















DEATH

Bridget Quin relict of James Quin

 at home of son in law Patrick Barry


DEATH

Patrick Miniter











Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser, Monday 4 Nov., 1861
MARRIAGE
Patrick Curtin - Eliza Boland

In the Catholic Church of Kilrush, on Sunday, 27th ult. Mr. Patrick Curtin to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Denis Boland, of Kilrush. 

DEATHS

At Cartersville, Monroe, Co. N.Y. on Sunday, Oct. 13th, of dropsy, Edmund Kenny, late of the county of Clare.
On Monday last, at Cross, Mr. Denis Browne, Teacher, of the National School in Cross.





FIFE HERALD Tuesday 18 February 1862    DEATH   Peggy Behan

A Woman Roasted Alive.  We regret to announce a fearful calamity which befell a poor epileptic named Peggy Behan, at Newtown, Kilmacduian, (about five miles from this town), on Sunday evening last. The deceased was sitting with a young child when she was seized with a fit and fell into the fire. Her breast was frightfully burned and her hand crisped almost to a cinder. The screams of the deceased were terrific, and were the first intimation that the people in the neighbourhood had of the fatal catastrophe. Kilrush Gazette.


Limerick Reporter 1857
Convent of Mercy, Kilrush
Grand Prize Draw...



Limerick and Clare Examiner 1854

List of subscribers to Kilrush Convent Building Fund

Rev.s  Vaughan, Haly, Kelly, Moran, Pyne, Meehan, Lynch, Comyn, Malone

Foley, Kell, Glynn, Kelly, Foley, McDonnell, Scanlan, Keatings, Foley, O'Connor, Bulger, Walsh, Madigan, McNamara, O'Gorman, Ryan, Armstrong, Dowling, Hannigan, Connell, Roughan, Doyle, Behan, Gibson, Flaherty, Russell, Molony, Allender, Breen, Gamble





Lahinch Golf Club 1915



Dublin Weekly Register 4 Mar 1820

Bridget McTigue, Catherine McGrath, Laurence Houlihan, Major Warburton




Ennis Chronicle 11 March 1805

Joe Roughan, Patrick Griffy



Freeman's Journal 27 Feb. 1849
Kilrush farmers



Limerick Reporter 6 July 1860

Connor O'Keefe, William Blair, Captain Bingham



Dublin Evening Post 23 Jan 1867

Timothy Kelly, John C. Mahony, John Reidy, Colonel Vandeleur M.P., Very Rev. Timothy Kelly V.G., Rev Michael Pyne K C C, Rev L J Browne R C C, William Malcomace (?), The National Bank, Patrick O'Connor, Garrett Doherty, Messers K (?) and M Foley... and many more...



Registration of Clubs

Bladrall




Dublin Morning Register 8 December 1835
Curtin





Dublin Morning Register 12 August 1829

Marriage that never was... this didn't take place, Maria married someone else

M. S Maxwell, Esq., Lieutenant 98th Regiment - Maria Pilkington 







Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Thursday 26 Jan. 1826

Marriage : Thomas L. Cox - Catherine Morony, father John Morony
Rev. Arthur Morony


Lieut. Pack - Sarah Paterson, father James, niece of Lieut. Col. Paterson 

Dublin Morning Register Dec 1835
 Limerick Chronicle originally.



Dublin Morning Register 12 August 1829

Marriage that never was... this didn't take place, Maria married someone else

M. S Maxwell, Esq., Lieutenant 98th Regiment - Maria Pilkington 







Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier Thursday 26 Jan. 1826

Marriage : Thomas L. Cox - Catherine Morony, father John Morony
Rev. Arthur Morony


Lieut. Pack - Sarah Paterson, father James, niece of Lieut. Col. Paterson 


Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser Jul 1867
Death: McSweeney, Kilkee



Limerick Chronicle Dec 1855
Death: Mary Hennessy





Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser Oct 1870
Marriage: Henry Dowman to Elisabeth Eckford



Irish News and Belfast Morning News Jan 1894
Death: Studdert - Gibson


Irish News and Belfast Morning News Feb 1906
Death. Mahony, Brigid



Irish News and Belfast Morning News Dec 1906
Marriage: Crowley-McGirr


Saunders's News-Letter June 1795 
Criminal Offence: Fitzgerald, John


Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser Jan 1836

Marriage: Lieut. McNevin -Eliza McMahon Blackball


The Clare Journal September 1837

Accident: McMahon, Michael O'Connor.. both killed. 
Chas. Ginnane, and a son of O'Connor.. both 'desperately injured'.


GENERAL NEWS

WEST SOMERSET FREE PRESS SAT 8 SEPT., 1860














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CONTRIBUTED BY KATRINA VINCENT

 Gretna Green, Scotland, Marriage Registers, 1794-1895 for Michael Blake


Marriage between Michael Blake from the Co of Clare Ireland and Elizabeth Little  (?) from the Parish of Langholm in the County Dumfries were married this fourteenth day of October 1861

Jason Beattie                              Simon Lang
Mary Beattie                              Michael Blake x his mark
                                                   Elizabeth Little (?) x her mark




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Nenagh Guardian 1838-current, 21.06.1924, page 1 excerpt


 


Names include:
Nugent,  Michl. Kennedy, Matt Nial, Jerry O'Brien, lord and Lady Inchquin, Hon. Miss Helgo O'Brien, Canon Thompson, Miss Stanistreet, Canon and Mrs. Stanistreet, Rev. Dr. Patton, Mrs. Patton. 

Contributed by Cathy Carley.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks to Paul O'Brien & Chris Goopy. Some of these snippets link to major events & some beg the curiosity: "What happened next?" --- This entry is designated as "MARRIAGE" above, but it must be a DEATH in NY ? :---
    “Irish News and Belfast Morning News” of Monday Jan 15th 1894 : on Dec 17th 1893 at 93 Union St, Brooklyn, NY Thomas Studdert-Gibson, aged 50yrs, eldest son of a near namesake Thomas Gibson, Esq., Island View, Kilrush. This is a death notice?
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    1. Thanks for letting me know about the error.. apologies for the confusion. It has been corrected.
      I fully understand the wanting to know what happened next, but to keep this site going and adding to it all the time, there simply isn't time to follow up. However, if you are so inclined, you can always contact me and I'd be happy to add more to the story. The best way is to use the contact address in About Me.
      Thanks for your comment, much appreciated.

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