Thursday, 12 December 2013

CLARE JOURNAL 1816

With thanks to Declan Barron....



CLARE JOURNAL 1816

Jan 25
Married.
On Sunday last, Michael Stritch, esq., of Tuomullen, to Miss Cahill, daughter of Mr. John Cahill, of Ballymurphy.

Died
At Port Royal, (Jamaica) Lieutenant Stacpoole, R.M.

Feb 1
Married
Tuesday, by the Rev. Henry Gubbins, at George's Church, Geirge  (sic) William Stamer, Esq., of Carnelly, Lieut. Colonel of the Clare Regt., to Mary, daughter of Ralph Westropp, Esq., of the city of Limerick, Alderman, and niece to the Rt. Hon. Colonel Vereker, M.P.; immediately after the ceremony, the happy Pair proceeded to their seat at Carnelly.
Died
At Cullane Castle, in this co. the seat of her brother-in-law, Thomas Steele, Esq., much regretted Mrs. Steele, relict of the late Wm. Steele, Esq. of Derrymore.

Feb 15
To Be Let
......House, Shop, and Concerns, at the corner of Hunt's Lane, they are nearly opposite the courthouse, ........
Proposals to Mr. Richard Floyd, Jun., or to Mr. Thomas Gorman, next door to the Premises, in High Street.
Birth
At Clifden, the Ladt of William Burton, Esq., of a Son.

Died
At Gaurus, Mrs. Gannon, wife of Mr. Paul Gannon.
In Jail Street, Mr. Chas. Cooke.
In Limerick, Mrs. McMahon, wife of Matthew McMahon, Esq., and sister to Dr. Tierney, Physician in Ordinary to his Royal Highness, the Prince Regent.

Mar 21
Sunday last, Mr. Wm. Dwyer, and Mr. M. Shannon, were proceeding from Ennistymon towards Milltown, they were attacked by a number of men who assailed them with stones, one of which struck Mr. Dwyer in the forehead, and instantly deprived him of life. ....... John Sheehan and Michael Gallery, have been committed by Pat. Lysaght, Esq., charged with being concerned ........

Birth
On Sunday, at Belfast, the lady of Captain Dulhunty, 45th regt. of a son and heir.

Married
Yesterday, by the Rev. Robt. Walden, Lieutenant Gardiner, of the Kilkenny militia, to Miss Eliza Pinchin, daughter of the late Mr. John Pinchin, of this town.

Died
Last Monday, in Limerick, after a tedious illness, Mrs. Power, wife of Pat. Power, esq. Her remains were conveyed to town on Tuesday, and deposited in the family vault.

Apr 8
Birth
This morning, in Jail Street, the Lady of Montrose Dulhunty, Esq., of a daughter.

2 comments:

  1. I like the idea of a "physician in ordinary".

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  2. Another interesting phrase is 'instantly deprived him of life'. Quaint way of saying he died...

    ReplyDelete

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