!! Connaught Journal; May 20, 1824 "Born & Died"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, May 20, 1824
In Glasgow, on the 10th instant, Hubert B. Moore, Esq. of Shannon-View,
County of Galway, only son of Lady Dunboyne, to Mary, eldest daughter of the
late Valentine Blake, Esq. of Tully.
At Nenagh, Mrs. Doolan, relict of the late Counsellor Doolan, of Fairy
hill, County of Galway.
On Wednesday, the 12th of May instant, at Montall, in the County of
Tipperary, Martin Ryan, Esq., aged 60 years. He lived beloved by all, and died
sincerely regretted. He bore his last illness with patience and christian
fortitude and resigned his soul to his Redeemer with gladness.
On the 18th instant, where he sought the benefit of the air, the Very Rev
Doctor Costigan, of Liffey-st. Roman Catholic Vicar-General of the Diocess of
On the 17th instant, of that painful distemper, "the Croup," in the 7th
year of her age, to the unspeakable grief of her afflicted parents, Anne, only
daughter of Nicholas Keating, Esq. of Cuffe-street, Dublin. A sweet-minded
child, of superior intellect, and of the fairest promise.
At Bourdeaux, the Rev. George D. Hogan, a Catholic Clergyman, formerly of
Limerick, and lately a Missionary in Philadelphia.
In Limerick, Ebenezer Lorimer, Esq. Lieutenant in the 1st Royal Scots.
In Cork, suddenly, Mr. Joseph Cannovan, Professor of Music.
Cathy Joynt Labath
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