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Londonderry Journal; June 1779

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 1, 1779 Dublin. Died: in Co. Galway, Patrick Hamilton; at Loughrea, Nicholas Lynch; at Birr, Francis Rolleston; in Co.
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      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 1, 1779

      Dublin.
      Died: in Co. Galway, Patrick Hamilton; at Loughrea, Nicholas Lynch; at Birr,
      Francis Rolleston; in Co. Longford, Mrs. Denny, aged 102 years; at Sligo,
      Mr. Hartley, aged 96 years; at Belfast, Mr. Noseda, instrument maker; at
      Favour Royal, Co. Tyrone, John Moutray; at Shamsany, Co. Monaghan, the wife
      of James Corry; on Summer hill, John Read; in King st., Eatton Stannard,
      student of Trinity College; in Hanover lane, Mrs. M'Cullogh, aged 102 years;
      in Capel st., Cornelius Wynne, bookseller.
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      Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 4, 1779

      Belfast, May 28.
      Died: Monday last at Newry, Rev. James Moody, for 40 years dissenting
      clergyman of that place.

      Dublin.
      Timothy Tracy, convert to the Church of Ireland at the parish church of
      Monnkstown.
      Died: the Archbiship of Cashel.

      Londonderry.
      Married: Capt. Andrew Miller to Miss Finley, both of this city.
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      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 15, 1779

      Limerick.
      Mr. Kennedy O'Kennedy and Margaret his wife, converts to the Church of
      Ireland, at the Cathedral.

      Dublin.
      Bankrupt.
      Paul Benson, Corke; James Doyle, Dublin; Thomas King, Newtown Lemavady.

      Londonderry.
      Died: In Dublin, George Cary, age 21, of Redcastle (body was returned to
      Redcastle for burial).
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      Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 18, 1779

      Londonderry.
      Died: Tuesday, Mrs. Anne, wife of John Kinnear, of Greenfield.
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      Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 25, 1779

      Londonderry.
      Married: Yesterday, Mr. Stevens, sugar merchant of this city, to Miss Gray,
      daughter of Hugh Gray of Burt.
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      Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 29, 1779

      Dublin.
      Married: James Scot, son of the late Baron Scot, to Miss Leslie, daughter of
      the late Bishop of Limerick; John Scot, the Attorney General, to miss
      Lawless.

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