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The Times - Deaths betw. 1794 & 1832

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    The Times, Friday, Jul 18, 1794; pg. 3; Issue 940728; col D Died, on Sunday se nnight, at Mallow, Ireland, John BLENNERHASSET esq., Representative in
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      The Times, Friday, Jul 18, 1794; pg. 3; Issue 940728; col D
      Died, on Sunday se'nnight, at Mallow, Ireland, John BLENNERHASSET
      esq., Representative in Parliament for the co of KERRY.

      The Times, Saturday, Dec 18, 1819; pg. 4; Issue 10805; col B
      Died on the 8th inst., at his house, Lismore, KERRY, NORTON CHARLES
      MARTELLIE, esq., late capt. of the 69th regt.

      The Times, Thursday, Jun 28, 1821; pg. 4; Issue 11284; col B
      Died, on the 24th inst., at his house in Smith-street, Westminster,
      aged 66, HENRY ARTHUR HERBERT, esq., of Mackross, in co. of KERRY,
      whose loss will be sincerely lamented by his disconsolate widow and
      numerous friends.

      The Times, Saturday, Jun 30, 1821; pg. 3; Issue 11286; col F
      Died on Sunday morning, the 24th inst., at his residence in Little
      Smith-street, Westminster, aged 65, HENRY ARTHUR HERBERT, esq., of
      Mackross, in co. of KERRY, the boroughs of East Grinsted & Tralee.

      The Times, Thursday, May 31, 1832; pg. 7; Issue 14866; col A
      Died on 3rd ult., at Nice, where he had long suffered under
      paraplesia, the Rev. Lord BRANDON, many years rector of the extensive
      and lucrative Union of CASTLEISLAND. His Lordship was a man od high
      literary attainments, and much esteemed and loved by those who enjoyed
      his friendship.
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