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Londonderry Journal; July 1774

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, July 12, 1774 Dublin. Married: Mr. Mitchell, merchant of Bordeaux, to Miss Lynch of the Batchelor s walk; at Limerick, Capt.
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      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, July 12, 1774

      Dublin.
      Married: Mr. Mitchell, merchant of Bordeaux, to Miss Lynch of the
      Batchelor's walk; at Limerick, Capt. Taylor of the 28th Foot to Miss Boyle;
      B. Eife to Miss Eife, daughter of Luke Eife, Co. Meath; Capt. Drought, of
      the Prince of Wales' Light Dragoons, to Miss Homan, daughter of Richard
      Homan, Co. Westmeath.

      Died: Richard Scott, son of John Scott, of Newhay, Co. Wexford.

      Londonderry.
      A gentleman has favoured us with the following account of the
      emigrations from this Kingdom from the 3rd of August 1773 to the 29th of
      November following, which was taken in Philadelphia and the other towns upon
      the emigrants being landed there.
      At New York 1911
      At Philadelphia 2086
      At Charles Town 966
      At New Jersey 326
      At Halifax 516
      At Newport, Rhode Is 717
      Total of emigrants from Ireland in four months 6522
      From England, Scotland and Germany
      landed in the same period 1400
      From the Isle of Man 56
      Total emigrants to America in four months 7978

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, July 15, 1774

      Londonderry
      David Richy will not be responsible for his wife, Sarah Richy or Con.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, July 19, 1774

      Henry Griffin, Cahinary Church, near Limerick, convert to the Church of
      Ireland.

      Londonderry Journal; Friday, July 22, 1774

      Dublin.
      Mary Magarry, convert to the Church of Ireland in the parish of Saul.

      Married: John Parnell, son of Sir John Parnell, Member of Parliament, to
      Miss Brooke, daughter of Sir Arthur Brooke; John Adlercron of Rathinhill,
      Co. Meath, son of the late Lt. Gen. Adlercron, to Miss Bermingham; Rev.
      William Darby to Miss Olivia, daughter of Chidly Morgan.

      Bankrupt: George Ellis, late of Snugborsug, Co. Cavan, dealer and chapman;
      Patrick Long, Pimlico, Co. Dublin, dyer; Robert McKeon, late of Newry, Co.
      Down, grocer, now of Dublin.

      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, July 26, 1774

      Dublin.
      Michael Hyland, Edward Bermingham, Michael Coningham, and Margaret Doolan,
      converts to the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Meath.



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