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!! Connaught Journal; Nov 18, 1824; Marriages and Deaths

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, November 18, 1824 MARRIED On Monday inst. by the Rev. Mark Fynn, P.P. Mr. Hailey, to Jane, youngest daughter of the
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      THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
      Galway, Thursday, November 18, 1824


      MARRIED

      On Monday inst. by the Rev. Mark Fynn, P.P. Mr. Hailey, to Jane,
      youngest daughter of the late Stephen Lee, Esq., of this Town.
      On Tuesday, the 3d inst., John Reigh, of Denzille-street, Esq. to
      Maria, only daughter of Edmond Doherty, Esq. of Oulrath, County Tipperary,
      and Summer-street, Dublin.
      In Nenagh, Richard Power, Esq., to Mrs. Duggan, relict of the late Dr.
      Duggan, of that town.
      Edward F. Warren, son of Thomas Warren, Esq. of Prospect Villa, to
      Penelope, daughter of the Rev. Edward M. Carleton, of Woodside, in County
      Cork.
      Thomas Denehy, Esq. of Cappoquin, to Miss Morragh, daughter of the late
      E. Morragh, Esq. of Killworth.
      Humphrey Pean, Esq., of Sweetford, County Wexford, to Mary Anne,
      daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, of Castle-street, Dublin.
      Mr. Richard A. Clark, of Cork, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the
      late Jasper Uniacke, of Arraglin, County Cork.

      DIED

      This morning in Back-street, after a long and protracted illness, which
      she bore with Christian resignation and fortitude, at an advanced age, Mrs.
      Francis Blake, relict of the late Frances Blake, Esq., formerly a Captain in
      the Galway Volunteers and Aunt to his Excellency Sir Benjamin Bloomfield.
      At the Middle street Nunnery, a few days since, Miss N. Bodkin, at an
      advanced age, (and not Mrs. Bokdin, as erroneously stated in our last.)
      At his house on Clonliffe Road, of apoplexy, Richard, Earl Annesley; in
      the 80th year of his age. His Lordship, though so far advanced in life,
      evinced until a few days before his decease, all the powers of mind for
      which he had ever been remarkable; and possessed a vigour of mind seldom
      enjoyed at that period of life. As Chief Commissioner of the Board of Excise
      and Customs, he was an indefatigable and upright public officer, a steady
      and warm friend and in private life simple in his habits and devotedly
      attached to his family. His Lordship is succeeded by his eldest son,
      Viscount Glerawly, now Earl Annesley.



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