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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    BALLINA CHRONICLE Ballina, Mayo, Ireland Wednesday, December 26, 1849 BIRTHS December 21. at the Earl of Crawford s, 21, Berkeley-square, the Lady Saragh
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      Ballina, Mayo, Ireland
      Wednesday, December 26, 1849

      December 21. at the Earl of Crawford's, 21, Berkeley-square, the Lady
      Saragh Lindsay, of a daughter.
      November 23, at Corfu, the wife of Captain G.J.L. Bouchanan, Royal
      Artillery, of a son.
      December 26 at Anglesey Barracks, the lady of W.W. Bond, Esq., Lieut. and
      Adjutant 4th the King's Own Regiment, of twin daughters.

      December 7 at Ashbourne Church, by the Rev. Edward Harland, Chaplain to the
      Earl of Harroby, Sir George Jervis, Bart., of Hinton Admiral, Hants to Fanny,
      youngest surviving daughter of the late Christopher Harland, Esq. of Ashbourne,
      December 15, at Saint Mary's-in-the Castle, Hastings, S. Moore, Esq. of
      Moyne hall, county Cavan, to Louisa, daughter of the late Thomas Nesbett, Esq.,

      December 20, at his residence, Ellerslie, near Wexford, aged 59 years,
      after a protracted illness, Major William Elgee, of the Royal Artillery, son of
      the late Venerable Archdeacon Elgee, of Wexford.
      November 2, at Deesa, Bombay presidency, of slow remittent Ghuzerat fever,
      aged 45, Elizabeth C. Sidley, the beloved wife of Major DeBurgh Sidley, of the
      86th Regiment, and sister of Mrs. P. Peacocke, of Limerick.

      It is with feelings of deepest sorrow that we ?????? the death of Charles
      O'Malley, Esq., of Hawthorn Lodge, Barrister-at-Law, which sad event took place
      on Wednesday last. The deceased was descended from, and connected with the most
      ancient respectable families in Ireland, was of high standing in his profession,
      and would, if his health permitted, have obtained the highest honors of that
      profession. In private life his manners were bland, amiable and agreeable, he
      was a good husband, an affectionate father, and a kind friend. His brilliant
      wit, and recollections of his splendid talents will live for all ages in the
      hearts and minds of his sorrowing friends and acquaintances. His mortal remains
      were removed at an early hour on Sunday morning to the family place of interment
      in Murrisk Abbey, when, at that early hour a number of the most respectable
      gentry in Mayo and a vast concourse of his tenantry paid the lat tribute of
      respect to his worth, honour, and integrity.-- MAYO TELEGRAPH.

      DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA- A few months ago a man named Brazely, residing in
      Banagher, was bitten by a large Newfoundland dog, which he immediately killed
      after receiving the bite. He applied to the doctor, and had the wound dressed,
      which, after a short time, was healed; nothing further occurred until the 18th
      instant, when he attempted to burn one of his children in the fire, and upon
      hearing the screams of his wife for assistance he rushed out of the house in
      order to catcher her-she, however, succeeded in effecting her escape.
      Subsequently he ran through the street in a furious manner, foaming from the
      mouth, and attempting to bite the persons that came in his way, when he was
      arrested by the police, and brought to his residence, where he lingered until
      the 20th when death put an end to his sufferings.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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