!! Connaught Journal; Sep 2, 1824 "Deaths"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, September 2, 1824
At Rathmines, near Dublin, on the 22d instant; after a severe and lingering
illness, which she bore with the most christian fortitude, Alicia, only sister
of Robert Lyons, of Lyonstown, county Roscommon, Esq.
On Thursday, se'nnight, at Monkstown Lodge, near Kingstown, in the 76th
year of his age, Edward Fisher, of Marginstown, in the county of Wicklow, Esq.
On the 19th instant, in the 26th year of his age, Pierce Theobald Butler,
Esq., eldest son of the late E.T.M. Butler, of ETM-Ville, county of Tipperary,
On the 13th instant, at Clifton, Lieutenant John Bushman, of the Royal
Navy, aged 28. He had sailed with Captain Ross and Parry in the three northwest
expeditions, and was attached to the overland expedition destined for Behring's
Straits, under Captain Franklin.
At Limerick, Miss Eliza, third daughter of Mr. John O'Keefe.
At Whitehall, Rathfarnham, John Keighley Dalton, Esq, of North
Cumberland-street, Dublin, Attorney at Law.
At Lislea, near Armagh, John Wynne, Esq, one of the oldest Linen Bleachers
on the "Callan Waller." He was a true lover of his country's welfare, and
marshalled in the ranks of her old and gallant Volunteers.
At Drumora, near Ballinahinch, Mr. John Davison, formerly one of the
Mathematical Assistants in the Belfast institution.
At Stephen's-green, Dublin, on the 25th instant, Louisa, the youngest
daughter of Richard Williams, Esq.
On the 25th instant, in Abbey-street, Dublin, sincerely and deservedly
regretted by all who knew her, Mrs. Mary Cartan the wife of Mr. A. Cartan,
At Cove, of dysentery, contracted on a voyage from Batavia, Mr. Simon
M'Kenna, formerly of Dublin.
At Bath, a few days since, Major-General William Augustine Prevost, son of
the late Major-General and brother of the late Lieutenant-General Sir George
At Garbally, in the County of Galway, the son of the Right Hon. the Earl of
Clancarty, Nicholas Power Trench, Esq., Uncle to his Lordship and his Grace the
Archbishop of Tuam. This amiable and much regretted character lived in the
esteem of all who knew him and during a long and active life, discharged the
duties of the domestic and public circles in so agreeable a manner as to leave
his death a matter of sincere regret to all who knew him.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News