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Richard Corrigan Papers
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1900 – 1925

Adair + Savile

            The mariage of Capt. John ADAIR M.C. Ballynoe, Tullow, son of the late Mr. J. O. ADAIR and Mrs. ADAIR, Tullow to Mrs. Mary SAVILE, widow of Capt. W.H.B. SAVILE and daughterof Major and Mrs. B. THORNE, Uplands, Bathwick, Bath took place at St. Martin in the Fields, London.  Major R. St. Leger MOORE was best man.  The bride was given away by Col. Wrey SAVILE.  The honeymoon will be spent at Glenbride, Wicklow.

Allen + Hawkins

            On Tuesday the 28th July a very pretty wedding took place in St. Peters Church, Kiltegan when Mr. George H. ALLEN, second son of Mr. John ALLEN of Donard was married to Miss Louise HAWKINS, second daughter of the late George HAWKINS and Mrs. HAWKINS, Tourboy House, Kiltegan.  As the bride entered the Church, leaning on her brother’s arm the hymn “Lead Us Heavenly Father Lead Us”_was sung by the choir.  At the conclusion of the ceremony, “Thine Forever”was also sung.  The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. G. HAWKINS. As the party left the Church the Wedding March was played by Miss CALDBECK.  The happy pair left by motor for Dublin via Donard.  They sail for Canada in about a forthnight carrying with them the good wishes of all who know them.

Ashmore + Nicholson

            August 10th 1904 at Christ Church, Leeson Park, by theRev. H.E. PATTON M.A., Luke, youngest son of the late Luke ASHMORE, Castleroe, Mageney, to Charlotte E (Chattie), youngest daughter of the late William NICHOLSON Kilkenny.

Belton + Mathews

            November 28th at St. Catherines, Tullamore, by Rev. R.S. CRAIG M.A. George William BELTON, eldest son of Samuel BELTON, River Park House, Moate, to Emily Kathleen, only daughter of James MATTHEWS, Ashfield House, Tullamore.

Berkeley + Panton

            May 21st 1918 at St. Mary’s Church, Blessington, by Rev. William REEVES SCULLY, B.A., Harold FITZHARDINGE, Captain I.A.R.O. Pathans, second son of Mr. and Mrs. I.F. BERKELEY, Bedford, to Mary, second daughter of the late Samuel PANTON and Mrs. PANTON, Crosscoolharbour, Blessington, Co. Wicklow. 

Beaumont + Ridgeway

            February 12, 1923 at Kingston, Jamaica, William Victor, youngest son of the late William BEAUMONT, Springvale House, Bailinrobe, and the late Mrs. BEAUMONT, Park Avenue, Dublin to Norah Agnes, third daughter of the late Charles A. RIDGEWAY and Mrs. RIDGEWAY, “Rathdrum”, Da?try Raod, Dublin.

Braithwaite + Cope

            April 3 1918 at St. James Church by the Rev. H.A.D. BARBOUR M.A. Henry Noel, son of the late Henry George BRAITHWAITE to Isabel Constance COPE, daughter of the late Michael BROWN COPE, Arkona, Castledermot.

Brown + Taylor

            October 16th 1918 at Coolbanagher Parish Church, by the Rev. Dudley FLETCHER B.D., Samuel Francis BROWNE, The Cottage, Castledermot, son of the late James Thomas BROWNE, Corballis, Castledermot to Alice Maude, third daughter of Benjamin TAYLOR, Emo, Portarlington.

Burgess + Creighton

            November 11, 1913 in the Paruch Church, Rathvilly, Co. Carlow by the Rev. E.C. HODGES B.A. (Cousin of the bride) assisted by the Rev. James O’CALLAGHAN B.D. Rector, Harry Cyril BURGESS of Tobinstown, to Emmy Lucy daughter of R.H. CREIGHTON Paulville, Co. Carlow.

Clarke + Adair

            June 4th, 1913 at All Saints Church, Aghade, Co. Carlow by the Rev. The Dean of Ossory, assisted by the Rev. Canon POUNDER, Rector of Lisburn and the Rev. C.J. COOPER, Rector of the Parish.  Edward Stanley CLARKE, son of George H. CLARKE of Roseville, Lisburn to Aileen, eldest daughter of J.O. ADAIR Ballroe, Tullow, Co. Carlow.

Cooke + Atkins

            December 22 at St. Mary’s Dublin by the Rev. C.W. GANBY (late Rural Dean Casteldermot), Thomas J. COOKE, son of William COOKE, Ballyraggin to Alice Georgina, youngest daughter of the late John ATKINS, Ricketstown, House, Co. Carlow.

Cockburn + Burgess

            August 2, 1924 at Carlisle Memorial Methodist Church, Belfast by the Rev. Hugh MC KEAG, D.D., Samuel JACKSON, youngest son of the late John Gilbert COCKBURN, District Surveyor, Board of Works, to Anna eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. BURGESS, Tritonville Lodge, Sandymount Co. Kildare.

Coleborn + Morrow

            August 5th, 1924 at St. Ann’s Church, Dublin by the Rev. J.W. CROZIER M.A., Henry James, youngest son of Henry and Mrs. COLEBORN, Dunlavin, to Elizabeth (Lily), third daughter of George MORROW, Marlfield, Clonmel.

Crampton + Wilson

            February 7th, 1923 at Holy Trinity Church, Ardoyne by the Rev. W.A. SHAW M.A. assisted by the Rev. W.T. WILSON B.A. (brother of the bride).  George John, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Thomas CRAMPTON, Ballintaggart, Colbinstown, Co. Kildare, to Olive Elizabeth, second daughter of William and Mrs. WILSON, Urelands, Clonegal, Co. Wicklow.


Yesterday afternoon in St. Stephen’s Church, Upper Mount Street, Miss Ethel GODDARD daughter of Norris GODDARD Esq. J. P. of 52 Merrion Square and Grand-daughter of Graves CATHREW, Esq. of Donard’s Demesne, Co. Wicklow, was married to Mr. John DAVIDSON Esq. of Windsor Park, Belfast.  The Church was beautifully decorated for the occasion and combined with the bright dresses of the ladies presented a picturesque appearance.  The officiating clergyman was the Right Rev. J.F. LITTLE and Rev. T. A. HARVEY.  The bride, who was given away by her father, looked extremely pretty in a costume of white duchess satin trimmed with embroidery.  She carried a bouquet composed of Lillies of the Valley, white roses and white heather.  She was attended by six bridesmaids dressed in pale blue muslin de soie with bows of blue velvet in their hair.  Mr. H. HARRISON acted as best man.  After the reception a ceremony was held in the Hibernian Hotel.

Dagg + Valentine

            July 25th, 1917 at Kiltegan Church by Rev. John FAIRLEY, B.A. Alan Victor, Lieutenant 3rd Leicestershire Regiment, son of John Ralfe DAGG, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow to Corisande, daughter of James VALENTINE, Knockareagh House, Callan, Co. Kilkenny.

Draper + Garland

            October 27th 1920 at St. Mary’s Church, Blessington by the Rev. C.S. COLLINS M.A. the son of O. DRAPER, South Kent Terrace, Dalkey to Mary eldest daughter of the late George GARLAND, Blessington, Co. Wicklow.

Forde + Jackson

            April 19, 1921 at Holy Trinity Church, Rathmines by the Rev. E.H. CROSBY, B.D., assisted by the Rev. WALLER M.A. and Captain the Rev.A.A. LUCE T.C.D., the Rev. Harold Giles FORDE M.A., son of Thomas FORDE of Glenada Terrace, Newcastle, Co. Down to Adrienne Ruby JACKSON of 14, …….…Square, Rathmines, daughter of the late Joseph and Mrs. JACKSON of Danesfort, Dublin.

Foster + Haughton

            June 21st 1916 at Carbury by the Rev. Canon FOLLIS M.A., assisted by the Rev. Professor J.E.H. MURPHY, Rector of Rathcore, Edward FOSTER, Batterstown House, Trim, second son of Thomas FOSTER, Castlerichard, Moyvalley, to Margaret Mabel (May) eldest daughter of George HAUGHTON, Ballinderry, Carbury.

Foster + Rea

            January 16, 1924 at Molyneux Church, by the Rev. A. MORROW under special licence, Thomas Allen FOSTER, eldest son of the late Thomas FOSTER and Mrs. FOSTER, Castlerichard, Moyvalley, Co. Meath to Florence Alexandra, youngest daughter of David and Mrs. REA, Slanebeg House, Slanemore, Mullingar.

Gageby + Smith

            September 18, 1912 at Sanford Church, Dublin by Rev. E.W. CLOVER D.D. Rector of Naas, assisted by the Rev.T.B. GOOD B.D. Rector of Sandford.  Thomas eldest son of R. GAGBY J.P., Belfast to Ethel Elizabeth only daughter of O.W. SMITH, Bluebell House, Naas, Co. Kildare.

Goode + Wright

            October 26 1911 at the Church of S S Philip and James, Booterstown, by the Rev. Canon Sterling, BERRY D.D. assisted by the Rev. S. HUTCHISON M.A.  Thomas W.C. GOODE of Ballyin, Lismore, Co. Waterford, to Marjorie daughter of A.M. WRIGHT LLD Peafield, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Green + Dickson

            July 12th 1922 at St. Georges Church, Dublin by the Rev.G.J.F., VERSCHOYLE M.A.  James Wilson GREENE, eldest son of Alfred and Mrs. GREENE, 64, Lower Dorset St., Dublin to Mary Emily, only child of Thomas and Mrs. DICKSON, Hollywood Demesne, Wicklow and Whiteleas, Ballymore Eustace.

Hall and Job

            October 22nd 1895 at the Methodist Church Stephen’s Green Dublin, by the Rev. Wesley GUARD, Robert GUNNING, eldest son of John S. HALL, Brighton Square, Dublin, to Maggie second daughter of John JOB, Rathmore House, Granard.

 Grey + Muir

            April, 19th 1911 at Jesmond Presbyterian Church, Newcastle on Tyne by the Rev. David FYFFE M.A., John Joseph GREYy Junior, 12 St. Lawrence Road, Clontarf to Elsie SCOTT, second daughter of Edward MUIR 32 Devonshire Place, Jesmond at home Grassmere Sutton 9th and 10th June.

Grey + Muir

            August 1918 at Howth Parish Church by the Rev. John CONNELL M.A. Rector of Clontarf, assisted by the Rev. John POWELL M.A. Rector of Howth, Thomas Henry, Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles, son of Mr. and Mrs. GREY, 3, Warrenpoint, Clontarf to Jenny Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MUIR, 32 Devonshire Place, Jesmond, Newcastle on Tyne.

Hackett + Goode

            August 20th, 1918 at St. Pancras Church, London, by the Rev. Lionel METCALFE, Lieutenant Robert SIMPSON HACKETT, D.C.M., elder son of Mrs. HACKETT, 73, Lindsay Road, Dublin to Marjorie, widow of the late Thomas W. GOODE, of Lismore, Co. Waterford, daughter of the Archibold MANNING WRIGHT, LLD and Mrs. Mrs. WRIGHT, Peafield, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Hanbridge + Hanbridge

            April 30th 1903 at Donard Parish Church by Rev. T.C. O’CONNOR, Robert HANBRIDGE, son of Robert HANBRIDGE, donard Upper to Elizabeth HANBRIDGE, Stratford-On-Slaney, daughter of Thomas HANBRIDGE. 

Hannon + Denny

            April 11, 1923 at Billy Church by Rev. J. RICE(uncle of the bridegroom) assisted by the Rev. R. MOORE MORROW, Rector of the Parish and Rev. R. CHARTERS, Gordon HANNON, Rector of Ballymoney and son of the late John HANNON and Mrs. HANNON or Ardreigh House, Athy to Hilda, second daughter of Leslie DENNY, The Whins, Bushmills, Co. Antrim.

Harte + Warren

            November 1, 1911 at St. James’ Church, Seapoint, Cape Town, S.A. by the Rev. J. HARRIS, Cecil WILSON HARTE Cape Town to Margaret (Gretchen) WARREN, Warrenpoint, Clontarf.

Hay + Anderson

            October 19, 1911 at Clontarf Parish Church, by the very Rev. the Dean of Raphoe, M.A., uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John CONNELL M.A. Rector of the Parish, Thomas Henry HAY, M.D.   F.R.C.S.I. of Bunbeg, Co. Donegal, to Louisa Charlotte Mary, eldest daughter of the Reverend David ANDERSON L.L.D. Rector of S. Audeons S. Nicholas Within and St. Michaels, Dublin

Hennessy + Muller

            August 9, 1911 at Lusanne,  Walter H. older son of I HENNESSY of this city, to Lucie, second daughter of Dr. O MULLER, Apples, Vaud, Switzerland.

Howe + Fraser

            January 18, 1922 at Killesher Parish Church, Florence Court by the Rev. J. W. HEWITT Rector, Frederick HOWE, Ballymena, youngest and only surviving son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John HOWE, Carlow to Dorothy, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FRASER, Tullyhona House, Florence Court, Enniskillen.

Howes + Gick

            September 28, 1913 at St. Brenda’s Protestant Church, Birr by the Rev. H.E. PATTON, assisted by the Rev. C.E. STEVENSON, Charles William, Lieutenant D.L.I. eldest son of Captain W. HOWES, Leinster Regiment to Mabel eldest daughter of the Rev.A.E. GICK M.A., R.D. Rector of Ballycommon, King’s Co.

Hyde + Duncan

            October 10th at St. Johns Church, Kilkenny by the Rev. C.H. STRONG B.A. Rector.  Henry Gregory, third son of Thomas HYDE, Rich View to Olive Kate, widow of the late Daniel DUNCAN Bombay.

Johnston + Beddy

            April 18th, 1923 at Rathmines Parish Church, Dublin by the Rev. H.G. FORD B.A. (cousin of the bridegroom), Edwin V. JOHNSTON, youngest son of the late W.J. JOHNSTON of Clone House, Monamolin, Gorey to Olive WEBSTER only surviving daughter of David and Mrs. BEDDY Gandoran House, Gorey.

Johnston + Giltrap

            April 19th, 1922 at the brides home, by special licence, by the Rev. William S. MORRIS, uncle of the bridegroom, William Herbert, eldest surviving son of William J. JOHNSTON, Clone House, Monamolin, Co. Wexford to Isabella BROWN, second daughter of the late William and Mrs. GILTRAP, Knockrue House, Hollywood, Co. Wicklow.   No Cards.

Langford + Adair

            June 26th 1916 (by special licence) at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, London, by the Rev. Canon LANGFORD (uncle of the bridegroom) assisted by the Rev. H.R. GAMBLE, Rector of the Parish.  Major E. Gilliat LANGFORD, elder son of William T. Gilliat LANGFORD of Charford Manor, Avonwick, South Devon to Winifred Lettice, second daughter of John ADAIR of Ballynoe, Co. Carlow.

Large + Lumley

            July 28th, 1914 at Charleston Road Methodist Church, Dublin by the Rev. W.B. LUMLRY, John William, youngest son of John H. LARGE, Heath, Athy to Dorothy Mabel, daughter of Robert J. LUMLEY, Ardreigh, Athy.  At home, Tomard, Athy, September 9th and 10th.  No Cards.

Latchford + Cope

            September 11th 1923 at Sandford Church by the Rev. W. Nesbitt HARVEY B.D., Richard Albert LATCHFORD eldest son of R.A. LATCHFORD, Rathmines, Dublin to Eileen Louisa COPE, third daughter of W.F. COPE and Mrs. COPE, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow and 5, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin.

Lawlor + Hopkins

            July 30, 1914 at St Saviours Cathedral, Maritzburg, by the Rev. A. CROSFIELD, John Henry LAWLOR, B.A.T.C.D., Senior Inspector Educational Board, South African Government, third son of the late Robert H. LAWLOR and Mrs. LAWLOR, 67 Beech Hill, Dublin. to Beatrice Lydia, daughter of the late C. Ebbs HOPKINS, Maritzburg. [JH. LAWLOR is a grandson of the late Thomas and Sara CONWAY (nee WYNNE)]

Lillingston + De Burgh

            June 2, 1921 at all Saints Church, Upper Norwood by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Cord, Edward George GRAY LILLINGSTON of Mr. & Mrs. LILLINGSTON of Yugilbar, N.S.. Wales and Nancy Olive, only daughter  of E.J. DE BURGH Esq. and Mrs. DE BURGH of Loggadowden, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.

M’Conaghy + Merrey

            April 10, 1912 at St. Mary’s Church Blessington by Rev. Chancellor O’CONNOR, assisted by Rev. W.R. SCULLY, Incumbent, William James youngest son of the late W. M’CONAGHY and Mrs. M’CONAGHY, 110 Lower Baggot St., Dublin to Martha Ethel, third daughter of Wm. C MERREY, Park View Blessington, Co. Wicklow.

Miller + Finnegan

            June 3rd 1908 at St. Kevin’s Church, South Circular Road, Dublin, by Rev. W. HAMMOND B.A., Thomas MILLER, Blessington to Annie Shirley FINNEGAN, Carrigeen, Thomastown.  No Cards.

Molyeux + Stronge

            March 1, 1915 at St. Bartholomeus Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Canon WHITE, Vicar of the Parish.  Benjamin Arthur MOLYEUX, M.B.T.C.D Southmount Hastings, elder son of T. MOLYEUX, J.P The Decoy, Dunlavin , to Pearl Grace Gwendoline, only daughter of the late S.E. STRONGE M.A.  I.S.O. Dromartin Castle, Dundrum, and Mrs. STRONGE Oldcourt Dunlavin Co. Wicklow.

Mullen + Smith

            On Jan 31st 1906 at Blessington Parish Church by the Rev. W. Reeves SCULLY M.A., Rev. J. MULLEN B.D. to Mary WEBSTER, only child of Robert SMITH, Liffey View, Blessington, Co. Wicklow.  No Cards.

 Neill + Condell

            August 11, 1920 at Liss church, Ballycumber, by the Rev. George NICHOLLS, William Victor NEILL, eldest surviving son of William and Mrs. NEILL, Raheen, Baltinglass to Frances Elizabeth, only daughter of William and Mrs. CONDELL, Ballycumber, King’s County, late of Rampere, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow.

Condell + Hanbridge

            (Frances Elizabeth CONDELL is grandaughter of the late William HANBRIDGE, great grand daughter of Edward and M. HANBRIDGE (nee MOLYNEUX).

            Edward HANBRIDGE of Tinnehinch Died January 24, 1898 aged 87. William HANBRIDGE of London Died 1909 aged 96 years.

Henry HANBRIDGE of  Died December 1893 aged 97 years.  All above were sons of John HANBRIDGE.

O’Neill + Giltrap

            Jan., 1917 at Ballymore Eustace Church by Rev. A.F. GICK M.A. Rector, assisted by Rev. J. MULLEN B.D., rector of Bunbeg, John, only son of the late J. and Mrs. O’NEILL, Tomgar House, Ballycanew to S.E. (Sadie) daughter of the late R.H. and Mrs. GILTRAP, Elverstown, Co. Kildare.

Panton + Boothman

            July 28th 1909 at St. Mary’s Church, Blessington by the Rev.W.R. SCULLY M.A. assisted by the Rev. E.F. DUNCAN  B.A., Arthur William PANTON, Ivy Lodge, Blessington, second son of Samuel PANTON, Crosscoolarbour, Blessington to Annie Margaret, youngest daughter of the late William BOOTHMAN, Miley Hall, Blessington.

Panton + Wills

            October 27, 1920 at St. ………….. Church, Dublin by the Rev. Harvey           Rector, James Edward, youngest son of Samuel PANTON and of Mrs. PANTON, Crosscool Harbour, Blessington, to Elizabeth (Daisy) fourth daughter of Henry WILLS R.I.C. retired and of Mrs. WILLS, Blessington.

Paton + Sharp

            March 12 1924 at St. Brigid’s Church, Castleknock by the Rev. R.H. BODEL, Andrew, elder son of Mr. & Mrs. James PATON, Manor Kilbride, Co. Dublin, to Agnes, elder daughter of James P. SHARP, the Gardens, Abbotstown, Castleknock, Co. Dublin.

Ramsey + MacDermott

            August 2nd 1924 at St. Stephen’s church, by the Rev. Harvey STUART A.M., Cecil Arthur, fifth son of the late Francis MOZART and Mrs. RAMSEY 18, Oaklands Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin, to Norah Geraldine, youngest daughter of W.T. and Mrs. MAC DERMOTT, Beechgrove, Blessington, Co. Wicklow.

Reynett + Haughton

            October 29, 1924 at Carbury Parish Church by the Rev. T. G. LONG M.A. of Timolin assisted by the Rev. Paul QUIGLEY M.A. rector of the Parish, William H. REYNETT, Portersize House, Ballytore, second son f the late Benjamin BURTON REYNETT, Millview, Ballytore to Gwendoline Elizabeth, second daughter of George HAUGHTON, Ballindory, Carbury.

Richardson + Day

            On Wednesday October 16 at St. Judes Church, Kilmainham by the Rev. J.M. Vittie TAYLOR, Thomas Henry, eldest son of the late William RICHARDSON, Springfield House, Crumlin, Co. Dublin to Winifred Gladys, youngest daughter of John George DAY and Mrs. DAY, Springfield Terrace, Crumlin Co. Dublin.

Richard(son) + Wilson

            On September 25th 1907 at Holy Cross, Ardoyne by the Rev. Father Hubert O.P., GEORGE youngest son of the late William RICHARDSON and Mrs. RICHARDSON, Springfield House, Crumlin, to Ethel, daughter of the late Stephen WILSON, late 19th Hussars and Mrs. WILSON, The Ranch, Clonskea.

Richards + Hackett

            Feb 1, 1912 at the Central Methodist Parsonage, Calgary by the Rev S.E. MARSHALL.  Joseph VANSTON RICHARDS, C.P.R. Calgary, formerly L and N.W.R. Northwall, Dublin to Isabella, Adelaide oldest daughter of the late Mr. W. S. HACKETT and Mrs. HACKETT, Ardlui, Lindsay Road, Glasnevin Dublin.

Robertson + Orr

            July 11, 1916 at the Centenary Church, Stephens Green, Dublin by the Rev. W.B. LUMLEY (uncle of the bridegroom), Herbert Sydney, younger son of the late Rev. Samuel A. ROBERTSON and Mrs. ROBERTSON, Birnam, York Road, Rathmines to Lillian Alice, eldest daughter of Rev. Fleming ORR.

Sargent + Jackson

            May 17, 1922 by special licence at St. Kevins, Dublin by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Kildare, assisted by the Rev. Richard BIRD, M.A.D.S.O., R.A.I., Rector of the Parish, Alma Kingsley SARGENT, B.A. R.A.I., second son of the late Richard SARGENT and of Mrs. SARGENT Naas to Charlotte Emily (Cherrie) only child of the late George JACKSON and of Mrs. JACKSON, Kill, Co. Kildare.

Simpson + Jackson

            August 20, 1913 at Adelaide Road Church by the Very Rev. Samuel PREATOR D.D. ex Moderator of the Irish Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Mac Duff SIMPSON of Rastwod, Newtownmountkennedy, to Elizabeth daughter of the late William JACKSON of Knockboy House, Rathvilly, Co. Carlow.

Sheridan + Wilson

            October 4, 1917 at Maravillane Church, Passage West by Rev. George EMERSON, Frank Leslie, younger son of Hugh SHERIDAN, Liverpool to Kathleen Mabel, young daughter of Anthony J. WILSON, Belgrave Place, Passage West.

Smith + Smith

            September 15, 1909 at the Parish Church, Clonsilla, by the Rev. B.J. DU BOE M.A., Rector of Dundrum, Co. Tipperary, (cousin of the bride) assisted by Rev. H.C. BROWNE, Rector of Clonsilla, John SMITH, Neilstown House, Clondalkin, eldest son of the late Walter SMITH, Glenwood, Lucan, to Rachel Emily (Bey) second daughter of Edward and Mrs. SMITH, Mountview, Clonsilla.

Stirling + Lewers

            June 29th 1910 at St. Ann’s Church, Dublin by Rev. the Hon. B.J. PLUNKET M.A., Rector assisted by the Rev. J.W. CROZIER M.A., George Miles STERLING, L.D.S., 13 Upper Fitzwillilam Street, only son of the late William STERLING, Kilkenny.

Stirling + Hope

            June 9th, 1923 at the Church of the Holy Name, Manchester, by the Rev. Rev. Charles FITZJAMES, S.J. Raymond Lyle, younger son of James LYLE and Mrs. STIRLING, Granite Lodge, Dun Laoghaire to Peter Amy Patricia elder daughter of the late Joseph and Mrs. HOPE, Manchester.



A pretty wedding was celebrated at Glasnevin Parish Church, the Rev. R. A. BYRN, Rector officiating.  The contracting parties were Mr. John Feginald WOOTON and Miss M. G. LAMB eldest daughter of Mr. Gordon LAMB, “Daneswood”, Glasnevin.  The event excited considerable local interest, as was envinced by the very large attendance of the general public at the ceremony.  The bridesmaids were Miss Lena and Miss Bessie LAMB (sisters of the bride) and Miss Hilda and Miss Gladys WOOTON (sisters of the bridegroom).  A reception was subsequently held at “Daneswood” and was largely attended.  The happy pair were the recipients of numerous and costly presents.  These included gifts from the colleagues of the bridegroom in the office of the Congested Districts Board and from the Glasnevin Parish Choir of which the bride was a member in addition to the following from their immediate relatives:- Mr. LAMB, silver tea and coffee service; Mrs. LAMB, treadle sewing machine, house linen and Japanese tea service; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. WOOTON, Piano; Mr. James LAMB, breakfast service; Miss Hilda WOOTON, brass fender; Miss Ellen WOOTON, silver tea spoons; mrs and the Misses HACKETT, china tea pot, fruit dish, cushion, toilet mats and cushion cover.  Some lady friends of the bride joined in presenting her with a gold curb amethyst and pearl bracelet, brooch and pendant.

Stronge + Molyeux

            Aug 11, 1914 at St Bartholmeu’s Church Dublin by the Rev. J.F. Moncrieff COX B.D. Warden of the Divinity Hostel, assisted by the Rev. H ACHESON, M.A. Rector of Dunlavin, Cyril BLASE, younger son of the late S.E. STRONGE M.A. I.S.O., and Mrs. STRONGE, Old Court Dunlavin to Grace Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas MOLYEUX Esq. J.P. The Decoy, Dunlavin.

Tarleton + Graham

            March 12, 1913 at Magheramorne Presbyterian Church by the Rev. T.J. DOHERTY (brother-in-law of the bride), John TARLETON, Chareville House, Tullamore to Lilly, third daughter of Mrs. GRAHAM and the late John GRAHAM, Magheramorne, Co. Antrim.

Thompson + Wynne

            January 14, 1914 at St. James Church, Castledermot, by the Rev. Canon E.W. CLOVER B.D. assisted by Rev. H. A.D. BARBOR M.A., James, third son of John THCOMPSON, Gloster, Roscrea, to Jane (Jennie) youngest daughter of Wm. WYNNE, Stratford Lodge.

Usherwood + Plant

            February 28, 1921 at Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. D.A. O’CONNOR, Walter USHERWOOD, Q.B.M.S. of Foredown near Grovesend to Mary Susan PLANT, Davidstown.   The brides father gave her away.  Her cousin George PLANT and her sisters Essie and Lillie were also in attendance.

Walshe + O’Neill

            September 20, 19   by special licence at the Methodist Church, Ballycanew, Co. Wexford by the Rev. T.J. MC CORD.

Wells + Watson

            September 12, 1910 at the Mariners Church, Kingstown, by the Rev. R. J. STRINGER M.A., Thomas, second son of James WELLS, Legmore House, Moira, Co. Down to Margaret, third daughter of Richard WATSON, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow.

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