!! Connaught Journal; May 27, 1824 "Deaths"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, May 27, 1824
A few days since, at Fair hill, in the County of Galway, at a very advanced
age, Caesar French, Esq.
On Friday last at Kilkee lodge, near Kilrush, after a few days
indisposition, Mrs. Fitzgerald, wife of Robert Fitzgerald, Esq.- The premature
and expected dissolution of this very amiable and agreeable lady, is a subject
of sincere sorrow to her afflicted family; relatives, and friends, to whom she
endeared herself by the most pleasing and affable manners.
On the 20th instant, at his house in Stephens'-green, in the 55th year of
his age, George La Touche, Esq. second son of the late Right Hon. David La
Touche, and senior partner in the eminent Banking House of La Touche and Company
At Maryport on Thursday last, Mrs. Wilson, wife of Captain Samuel Wilson,
of that Port. Her death was occasioned by dropsey. She had been tapped
twenty-two times; the last time was on the 3d instant when no less than ten
gallons of water were taken from her.
Suddenly, at Clifton, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Hall, C.B. of his Majesty's
65th Regiment- an Officer who had long served his County with honor, and his
loss will be deeply lamented by a large circle of friends who knew his worth.
At Harwick, aged 31, Mr. John Haslam, Surgeon of his Majesty's brig
Investigator, son of Doctor Haslam, of Hart-street, Blumsburg.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News