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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    BALLINA CHRONICLE Ballina, Mayo, Ireland Wednesday, November 14, 1849 BIRTHS At Ballymoyer Glebe, county Armagh, the Lady of the Rev. G. Well jun. of a son. At
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      BALLINA CHRONICLE
      Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
      Wednesday, November 14, 1849

      BIRTHS
      At Ballymoyer Glebe, county Armagh, the Lady of the Rev. G. Well jun. of a
      son.
      At Itchenstoke Vicarage, the Hon. Mrs. R.C. Trench, of a son.
      At Gloucester-place, Portman-square, the Lady of Major H.C. Colling, Madras
      Army, of a son.
      At New Orleans, the Lady of John Moore Norman, Esq., late of Dublin, of a
      son.

      MARRIAGES
      At St. Peter's Church, George William Dalton, Esq. A.B. only son of the
      late George Edward Dalton, Esq. M.D. Missionary to Jerusalem to Mary Cordelie,
      eldest daughter of the late Poole Henn, Esq.
      At Clondigad Church, Robert Gibson Patchell, Esq., son of John Patchell,
      Esq., Surgeon Royal Navy, Moneymore, to Frances, daughter of the late James
      Heynes, Esq. M.D. of Ennis.
      At St. James Church, Lieut-Colonel Welleslay, 81st Regiment to Jane Malet,
      daughter of Captain Hayden, Belle-vue Terrace.
      At St. Stephen's Coleman-street, John Dunn, Esq., surgeon of Scarborough,
      to Maria Antoinette, widow of Captain Moyle, 18th (Royal Irish) and 66th Foot.
      At Kurrachee Scinde, on the 25th of August, by the Rev. T. Watson, Charles
      Covell Neame, Esq., 8th (King's Regiment), only son of Captain Neame, R.N.
      Deputy Inspector of Coast Guard, Ireland, to Marianne, eldest daughter of
      Captain Hartly, Paymaster, 8th (the King's Regiment).

      DEATHS
      At Waterford, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Boyd, Major in the
      16th Regiment of Foot, and sister of the late Thomas Boyd, Major in the
      Waterford Militia.
      On Sunday, at Whitsley, county Kildare, Mrs. Lynch, relict of the late J.
      Lynch, Esq. and sister of the Most Rev. Dr. Murry, R.C., Archbishop of Dublin.
      At Simpson's Hospital, Mr. Alexander Cochran, formerly a merchant of Sligo.
      In Lower Baggot-street, Henry Wheeler Esq., brother of the late Alderman
      George Wheeler Killester.
      At Belfast William Crymble, Esq. aged 74 years, late Quartermaster 64th
      Regiment.
      Captain Frances Erskine Loch (1814) Naval Aid-de-camp to her Majesty.


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