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!! Connaught Journal; Aug 12,1824 "Marriages/Deaths"

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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, August 12, 1824 MARRIAGES On Saturday last, in Ann s Church, Dublin, John Darlington, Esq. of Bulford, County of
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 9, 2005
      Galway, Thursday, August 12, 1824

      On Saturday last, in Ann's Church, Dublin, John Darlington, Esq. of Bulford,
      County of Wicklow, to Letitia, eldest daughter of Mr. Folds, of Grafton-street.
      On the 1st instant in Bray Church, by the Rev. Mr. H. Hunt, Mr. John
      Hutchinson, of William-street, Dublin, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late
      Doctor Spedding, of Kilruddery Bray.
      On the 25th ultimo, in Rathburrin Church, county of Clare, Richard Allen
      Foley, Esq. to Ellen Amelia, second daughter of the late James Lysaght Cooney,
      Esq. of Ballyconney, in said county.
      At the Parish Church of Coleby, Lincolnshire, Lieut. Colonel Thornton, of
      the Grenadier Guards, to Sophia Catherine, youngest daughter of the late
      Benjamin Burton, Esq. and sister to Wm. F. Burton, of Burton-hall, County
      Carlow, Esq.
      Friday morning, at Celbridge Church, Annabella, only daughter of the late
      Captain Juxon, 3d. or Old Buffs, to Frederick Peter Alma, Esq. of Dublin.
      On Wednesday last, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, Joseph Burke, Esq. M.D.
      Surgeon 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, to Jane, second daughter of the late Verney
      Darby, Esq. of Carn, Co. Fermanagh, and niece of Lieut. -General Darby.
      At St. George's Hanover-square, London, H. Halford, Esq. only son of Sir
      Henry Halford, Bart of Wistow-hall, Co. Leicester, to Barbara, daughter of Mr.
      Serjeant Vaughan.
      At Burkeville, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. John Dolan, John Martyn,
      Esq. of Tuam, to Anne, third daughter of Theobold Burke, Esq., late of Prospect
      Lodge, in this county.

      Suddenly, on Wednesday morning last, from the effects of water on the
      chest, Mr. William Murphy, aged thirty-two years, for some time past connected
      with the diurnal Press of Dublin. Possessed of very considerable natural
      abilities, his habitual industry and thirst for improvement enabled him to
      attain as high a professional character as his private one was justly esteemed.
      Those who know him best, regret him most.
      At Batavia, on the 19th March, 1824, J. Thompson, Esq., of the late Joseph
      Jameson, L.L.D.Kt. Accountant Gen of the Court of Chancery, Ireland.
      At Cheltenham, on the 4th inst., in the 41st year of his age, William
      Harkness, Esq., late of Dublin.
      On Saturday last, Mrs. Sproule, of Grannan, Co. of Tyrone.
      At his house, in Molesworth street, Dublin, S??mon Williams, Esq.
      Historical and Portrait Painter, Member of the Clementine Academy, Bologna and
      the Royal Hibernian Academy.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
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