Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Pat Purcell Papers
Carlow 1845

Source:  Mr Michael Purcell

Sworn Statement
Philip Quinlan, Lance Corporal 90th Regt.

On 25th January 1845 William Ryan enlisted with me in Carlow for the 90th Regt. of Light Infantry stating at the time he William Ryan was a single Man on which I gave said William Ryan One Shilling.

I have been informed and believe the said William Ryan is a married Man / a woman stating him to be her Husband having informed me she was his wife / and have been informed and believe that the said William Ryan enlisted with Sergeant Joseph Burr at Carlow some weeks since for the 74th Regt. and in consequence of being married he was not attested.

(signed) P. Quinlan, L.Corpl. 90th Regt.
(signed) C. H. Tuckey, Resident Magistrate.
The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.
This document was transcribed by Michael Purcell

John Conran 1845

21st day of January 1845.

John Conran left his Horse yoked under his Car at Coal Market Carlow and left him untied. Said Horse is vicious and headstrong and unsafe to be left without Control, said Horse ran violently against a Window in the House of Gabriel Thorpe in John Street Carlow and knocked down Mrs Mary Thorpe by which Mrs Mary Thorpe has sustained serious bodily harm, her Arm being broken and she being otherwise seriously injured through the Negligence of aforesaid John Conran.

(signed) Thomas Thorpe.

Sworn before me Carlow January 21st 1845. C. H. Tuckey.

Source: Michael Purcell c.2011

The Armagh Guardian

Armagh, County Armagh
April 1, 1845


We regret to announce the death of General Robert Browne Clayton, in his 74th year, of Adlington Hall, Lancashire, and of Carrickbourne, county Wexford,
Ireland. He was colonel of the 12th Light Dragoons
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