Ballina Chronicle Death; May 22, 1850
- BALLINA CHRONICLE
Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
Wednesday, May 22, 1850
On the 13th inst., at her residence, Union-street, Sligo, Anne, the
beloved wife of James Davison, Esq.
We have to record the death, by drowning, of a son of Mr. John Bodkin
Joynt, officer on board the "Drumahair", emigrant vessel of Sligo, and
eldest son of Robert Joynt, Esq., Tide Surveyor of Her Majesty's Customs at
the port of Belfast. Mr. Joynt was swept from on board during a storm
encountered by the vessel on her last trip to New York. He was in his 25th
year and beloved and esteemed by all who knew him. We deeply sympathize with
his bereaved parents and family in the heavy and hard-to-be-borne affliction
which they have sustained by the loss of a good, estimable son.
In Dublin, on Tuesday last, of consumption, Mary, only daughter of the
late St. Clair O'Malley, Esq., at the early age of 18. The deceased was a
young lady of much amiability and attraction.- She is deeply deplored by an
afflicted mother and a large circle of friends. Her remains were removed on
yesterday to Murrisk Abbey, the family cemetery.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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