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    The Tuam Herald, Saturday, April 17, 1909 Tuam, Co Galway FUNERAL OF MISS TULLY. Last week we announced with deep regret the death at Cambridge of Miss Anne
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      The Tuam Herald, Saturday, April 17, 1909
      Tuam, Co Galway


      FUNERAL OF MISS TULLY.

      Last week we announced with deep regret the death at Cambridge of Miss Anne
      Christina Tully, youngest surviving daughter of the late Jeremiah Tully, Esq.
      of Thornhill, and the Grove, Tuam, and Eyre Square, Galway, and granddaughter
      of Martin Joseph Kirwan, Esq. of Curraghan, who, fortified by the rites of the
      Catholic Church, breathed her last on last Monday week.

      Miss Tully was born at Thornhill, afterwards called Kilcloghaus (?), near
      this town, in 1852, and was in her 57th year.

      The deceased lady was held in the highest esteem by all classes and creeds in
      Cambridge, particularly among the Catholic community there, where her
      charity, her desire to do good, and her unvarying kindness were most manifested and
      best known. At the funeral and at the graveside on Wednesday the attendance
      showed the universal respect entertained for her in the town and by the members
      of the University.

      The remains were taken to the Catholic church on Tuesday night and lay there
      before the High Altar all night with lighted candles around the coffin until
      Wednesday morning, when Solemn High Mass de requiem was celebrated by Canon
      Scott.

      The funeral took place immediately after to the Mill Road cemetery, attended
      by a numerous cortege. The prayers at the graveside were said by the Rev
      Andrew K____ Among those who attended or who sent wreaths were; -- Mrs. J. P.
      Taylor (sister), Frank Leyburn Parker, George Tully Christie, B. L.; Mercyn (?)
      Irvine (nephews); Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Whitbread, chief mourners; Mrs. E_______
      Smith (?), Mrs. Johnson, Miss MacKenxie, Miss King, Mrs Baker Smith, Mrs.
      Herbert Pigg, Mrs. Grinston, Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. Rogers, Colonel
      Sherlock, Mrs. Flanagan, Mrs. Hurrell, Mr. and Mrs. Woods, Miss Harris (Downing
      College), Mr. and Mrs. Phipps (Clare College), Mrs. Chapman, Miss Speechley,
      Mrs. Dickerson, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Searle. The Misses Simmons, Mrs. Fromond, Mrs.
      Hillard, etc. Among those who sent letters or flowers are H.E.the Baroness
      de Hugel, Mr. J. Image (Trinity), Miss Mackenzie (Newnharu ?? College), Mrs.
      Whitbread, Mrs. Crampton, Mrs. Kennedy, Miss Schiller-Z_____, Miss ffrench.

      The coffin, which was covered with wreaths, bore the inscription : - "Anne
      Christina Tully, Died April 5, 1909, Aged 57, R. I. P.


      Jim McNamara
      British Isles Family History Society - USA, Newsletter Editor
      http://www.rootsweb.com/~bifhsusa


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      The Tuam Herald, Saturday, April 17, 1909 Tuam, Co Galway ... SILVER WEDDING HOGAN and LUPTON - April 19, 1884, at the Cathedral, Tuam, by his Grace the
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        The Tuam Herald, Saturday, April 17, 1909
        Tuam, Co Galway

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        SILVER WEDDING

        HOGAN and LUPTON - April 19, 1884, at the Cathedral, Tuam, by his Grace the
        Archbishop, assisted by the Rev. M. Heany, C A, James Francis Hogan, Inspector
        of National Schools, younger son of the late James Hogan, Esq., Ballinacurra
        House, Limerick, to Kate, widow of the late Robert Lupton, Esq., of Liverpool,
        and daughter of Edmond Concanon, Esq, of Tuam.

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        MARRIED

        BLAKE and SYNOTT - April 15, 1909, at St. Joseph's, Glasthule, Francis
        Joseph, son of Richard Blake, of Annaghdown House, Co Galway, to Edith Mary,
        daughter of the late Thomas Synott, of Innismore, Glenageary, Co Dublin.

        DONOHOE and FLANAGAN - On Thursday, the 15th April, 1909, at the Cathedral,
        Tuam, by the Rev. O. Hannon, C.C., John Donohoe, Curracreen, Tuam, to Maggie,
        daughter of the late William Flanagan, Bishop Street, Tuam.

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        DIED

        O'BEIRNE - April 17, 1909, at his residence, Tawin (?), Oranmore, Co Galway,
        Patrick O'Beirne, aged 75; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family.

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        CONVENT OF MERCY, TUAM

        On Saturday last, Miss Delia Flynn, daughter of Mr. William Flynn, May Grove
        Cottage, Ballyhannis, received the holy habit of religion under the patronage
        of St. John of God. His Grace the Archbishop offered the Holy Sacrifice at
        7:30, giving holy communion to the young aspirant to the religious state. The
        ceremony of giving the white veil was performed at 8:30 by the Very Rev Canon
        Macken, Adm, assisted by Rev Father McDermott, C.C. Among the many friends who
        attended the ceremony were Mr.and Mrs. Michael Flynn, Vincentian, and Rev. P.
        Flynn, brother of the young religious. Several other clerical are lay friends
        witnessed the impressive and devotional ceremony.

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        DEATH OF MR. RICHARD KELLY, ARDSKEABEG.

        On Sunday last, after a lingering illness, departed to the deep regret of his
        relatives and acquaintances, Mr. Richard Kelly, of Ardskeabeg, parish of
        Cummer, in the 65th year of his age. The deceased had lived a quiet life. Always
        of a retiring disposition, he meddled not in public affairs nor in anybody's
        business but simply minded his own. He was respected and esteemed, as evinced
        by the large cortege attending the burial.

        The remains were removed to the Parish Church Coreun (?), on Monday, and
        there laid till next day when after Mass had been celebrated, the funeral left for
        Kilmoylan, where the interment too place.

        Chief mourners: Rev. R. Canavan, C.C., Westport; Rev. B. Canavan, C. C.,
        Aughagower; Robert Canavan, Patrick Canavan, Edward Canavan, Francis Canavan, and
        Stephen Canavan (nephews); Mrs. Ronaldson, (niece), John W. Ronaldson,
        (nephew-in-law), Dominick Ronaldson.

        The funeral included - Rev W. J. McHugh, P.P., Cummer, Rev Michael Diskin,
        P.P., Milltown; Messrs. Martin Bodkin, J. P.; James McDonnell, C. T. C.; thomas
        Browne, Patrick Rattery, Peter Hughes, James Nohilly, D.C.; Michael
        Shaughnessy, James J. Burke, Thomas Mullin, H. Daly, Thomas Leacy (?), John Cunningham,
        John Healy, J. Higgins, Michael O'Brien, John Stephens, M. C______, Martin
        Shaughnessy, P. O'Donnell, N. T., Pat Hession, John Cunningham, F. Keane, T.C.;
        John Connelly, T.C.; P. Lyons, T.C.; P Byrne, T.C.; D. O' Malley, P. McHugh,
        P.E. Carroll, Thomas Nolan, MichaelCorcoran, Ml. Nolan, M. Farrell, Pat Farrell,
        Edward Farrell, Daniel Butler, Bernard O'Connor, T. Hayden, M. O'Brien, Wm.
        ______, P. Cloonan, John McCabe, John Burke, Martin Murphy, D.C.; John Walsh,
        Richard Walsh, M Roland, etc.

        Rev. Richard Canavan officiated at the graveside, assisted by Rev. Father
        McHugh. R.I.P.

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        DEATH OF MR. MARTIN HEALY, CLOONSHEEN.

        To the ineffable sorrow of his family and numerous friends died at his
        residence on the 17th inst., Mr. Martin Healy, of Cloonsheen, parish of Kilconly,
        after a brief illness, during which he had lay the consoling ministrations of
        Holy Church at the hands of his attentive pastor, Rev. Father Lavelle. The
        deceased had attained the ripe old age of 79 years, during which he was invariably
        hale and hearty and enjoyed his faculties unimpaired to the last. The
        interment took place at Kilconly on the 19th, and was attended by a large concourse
        of people paying the last tribute and testifying by their presence to the
        esteem and regard in which the deceased was held in the district.

        Chief mourners - Winifred Healy, (wife), Thomas Healy, Andrew Healy, (sons);
        Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Thomas Healy (daughter-in-law); John Walsh, Patrick Walsh;
        Maggie Walsh, Winifred Walsh (grandchildren); Mrs. Farrell (niece); John
        Heverin, Thomas Heverin, Andrew Heverin (nephews).

        Amongst others at the funeral were - Rev. M Lavelie, P.P, who officiated at
        the graveside; Henry ffrench Lynch, J.J. Hughes, J. Farrell, Mrs. Blake, J.
        Egan, Thomas Varrily, John Varrily, P. McTigue and T. Waldron, (McDonnell & Co.),
        George E. Lynch, and M. Moran, etc. R.I.P.

        Jim McNamara
        British Isles Family History Society - USA, Newsletter Editor
        http://www.rootsweb.com/~bifhsusa


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