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Clare Journal
Clare Journal
Contributed by Declan_Barron

Date: 1854

Clare Journal Jan 9 1854
In St. Peter's Church, Dublin, Henry Richard, youngest son of Richard
Smyth, Esq., J.P., of Harcourt-street, to Charlotte Mulville, only child of
the late John Mulville MacManus, Esq., of this county, and adopted child of
Mrs. Mulville, of Leeson-street, Upper.

Clare Journal Jan 19 1854
In Bindon-street, the lady of C. B. Molony., Esq., of a son.

At Cheltenham, on the 13th instant, Thomas H. Morony, Esq., J.P., of Miltown House, Miltown Malbay.
With unqualified feelings of sincere regret we have to record the very sudden and unapprehended demise of Mrs. Healy, of Newmarket-on-Fergus, about one o'clock on Sunday. ............

At Kilkee, Millicent Anne, relict of the late Richard Barclay, Esq., of Ballyartney, in this County.


Clare Journal Feb 23 1854
This morning, at Cragleigh, the lady of William Kenny, jnr., Esq., of a son

Clare Journal Feb 27 1854
At Tullaher, Kilkee, Mrs. Stephen Stacpoole, of a son.

At Ennis, the lady of John Mahon, Esq., of a daughter.

By the Rev. Edmond Barry, P.P., Mr. Rochford, of Miltown Malbay, to Honra,
daughter of Mr. John Molohan, of Creggan.

This day, at Tulla Church, by the Rev. Philip Dwyer, Michael Gavin, Esq.,
of Fishers Lodge, to Francis, relict of the late James O'Brien, Esq., and
daughter of Thomas Browne Bourke, Esq., of Newgrove Cottage, in this

In Kilrush, on Tuesday, at an early age, Maria, second eldest daughter of
the late Mr. Michael Mescal ?, deservedly regretted.


Clare Journal, co. Clare, Ireland, March 9 1854
Limerick Petty Jury
Montague Joynt


Clare Journal April 13 1854
On the 9th inst., at Ballyvorda, John Lysaght, Esq., aged 74 years ......

Clare Journal April 20 1854
April 18th, at Ennis, by the Rev. A. Tatton, Benjamin William, eldest son
of William Knott Fayle, Esq., Boveen House, King's County, to Lizzie,
second daughter of Mr. J. Leech, of this town.

In Dublin, William E. Steele, Esq., M.D., to Susan, daughter of the late
Garret Parkinson, Esq., M.D., of Cahircalla, in this county.


Clare Freeman May 6 1854
Birth :- In Bindon Street, Ennis, the lady of A.Tatton, of a daughter.

Marriage :- At Killadysert Church, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Michael
Fitzgerald, Rector of the parish, assisted by the Rev. George Rosslewin,
George A. Dartnell Esq., second son of George Dartnell, of the city of
Limerick, to Charlotte, relict of Thomas Barclay Esq., of Ballartney,
County Clare, J.P., deceased.

Death :- In New York, aged 26, Mr. Mortimer Culliny, a native of Kilfenora,

On Sunday last, at Kilkee, aged 11 years, Luke, second and beloved son of
the late Joseph Mullock, Esq., of Limerick.

Submitted by Declan Barron

Clare Journal, May 18 1854
Marriage :- In Cork, W.J.Joynt Esq., Solicitor, Limerick, to Jane, 2nd
daughter of the late John Russell Esq., Merchant, Limerick.

Clare Journal May 22 1854
At Burton-street, Kilrush, the lady of Mr. Simon Culligan, of a daughter.

Clare Journal May 29 1854
At London, Joseph Kenny, Esq., M.D., eldest son of Mr. Michael McDonough,
of Broadford, in this county.


Clare Journal June 22 1854
Sunday last, at Kilgorey, the wife of Maurice O'Connell, Esq., J.P., of a

Clare Journal June 29 1854
Thomas Jones, Esq., of Lower Merrion-street, Dublin, to Susan, daughter of
the late W. Casey, Esq., J.P., Seafield, Miltown Malbay


Clare Journal Sept 11 1854
On Friday in Mill-street, Mr. Edward Casey, to Miss Ellen Ryan.

At Clifton, Lady Frances Somerset, widow of the late Rev. Lord William
Somerset, and daughter of the late Rev. Henry Brady, of Raheens, in this

At Ward's Island, New York, Mr. Francis Chapple, son of the late Mr. Samuel
Chapple, of Kilrush.


Clare Journal Oct 5 1854
At Freagh Castle, the lady of Michael Kenny, Esq., of a son, still born.

Clare Journal Oct 9 1854
Oct. 5, at Warrenpoint, by the Rev. Marcus Rainford, Vicar of Dundalk,
James Mahon, Esq., of Ennis, to Eliza, relict of the late William Pyne,
Esq., George's-street, Hanover-square, London, and daughter of the late
Francis Kirkpatrick, Esq., of Dublin.

October 3, in Old Charlton Church, Kent, by the Rev. John Castles Burett,
vicar of North Curry, Somerset, and uncle of the bride, Windham Francis
Patterson, Esq., of Claremount Clarecastle, in this County, to Annie,
eldest daughter of lieut.-Col. M. G. T. Lindsay, late commanding officer of
the 91st Argyleshire.

On Saturday morning, in Mill-street, Mr. Anthony O'Brien, eldest son of the
late Mr. Michael O'Brien, Corn Merchant of this town, was found dead on the
floor of his bed-room. He was quite well on retiring to rest.


Clare Journal Dec 4 1854
On the 25th November, 1854, the wife of John Bindon Scott, Esq., D.L., of a

At Greenpark, Ennis, on the 2nd instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, John
Donovan, Esq., Constabulary, Newmarket-on-Fergus, to Emily, eldest daughter
of Capt. Macnamara, H.P. 60th Rifles.

At Sebastopol shortly after the Battle of Alma, Edward Greene, 88th
Regiment, second son to the late Edward Greene, Esq., Snugvill, County

Clare Journal Dec 7 1854
On Sunday last, at Sandymount, Miltown Malbay, Mary, the beloved wife of
Matt Kenny, Esq., ......aged 68.

Clare Journal Dec 11 1854
On Saturday, at Jail-street, Ennis, the wife of the Rev. T. Warren,
Presbyterian Minister, of a son.

On Saturday morning, the 9th inst., the lady of W. J. Skerritt, Esq., of
Finvara House, of twin sons.

At Ennistymon, on the 3d instant, of small pox, Simon, aged 10 years, only
son of the late Dr. Creagh, of this County, and nephew of Pierce Creagh,
Esq., Barriater-at-Law. He was a promising child, possessed of clever
intellect, with a preposscasing appearance, and a sweet disposition, which
endeared him to all who knew him.


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