Coroners Inquests



Some County Tipperary Inquests - 1832 
Contributed by Mary Heaphy


Inquests held by George Bradshaw for the year 1832.

South Tipperary. From Thurles Library.

27-1-1832 Rev. Irwin Whitty, Parish of Golden, Died in consequence of the
wounds and injuries which he received on the head the evening of Wed. 25th
inst., inflicted by some person or persons unknown.

28-1-1832 Michael Markley, Golden, Killed from a fall from a horse.

15-2-1832 William Edmonds, Kilfeacle, Died from injuries inflicted on him at
a hurling on Sunday evening the 12th inst, by a person or persons yet
unknown.

7-3-1832 Timothy Slattery, Solihidmore, Visitation of God.

16-3-1832 John Green, Kilpatrick Died from the effects of a wound, which he
received on the night of the 14th inst from one of a party of five men, yet
unknown.

30-3-1832 Thomas Keify, Tipperary. Died from exhaustion and inanition on the
28th inst.

24-4-1832 W. Carew, Tipperary. Died of apoplexy brought on by excessive
drinking.

2-5-1832 Michael Lahy, Donohill, Died of apoplexy brought on by the over use
of liquor.

17-5-1832 Margaret Cane, Clonbeg. Visitation of God.

2-7-1832 Edmund Clifford, Donohill. Died from gunshot wounds inflicted on
him by a party of four men, on Sunday evening the 1st July, at the house of
Nicholas Scholfield, of Alleen, which wound caused instantaneous death.

2-7-1832 John Connors, Donohill, Died from gunshot wounds inflicted on him
by a party of four men, on Sunday evening the 1st July, at the house of
Nicholas Scholfield, of Alleen, which wound caused instantaneous death.

5-7-1832 John Dooly, Solihidmore, Died from wounds inflicted on him by John
Byrne, and John Cormick, both of Ulla, on the 1st. inst.

23-7-1832 Patrick Robinson, Tipperary. Fall from a horse.

26-8-1832 William Shea, Ardmayle, Died from the effects of two gun shot
wounds and a fractured skull, inflicted by two persons, yet unknown, on
Saturday afternoon, the 25th August inst.

1-9-1832 William Joyce, Killadriffe, Died of injuries accidentally received
when in company with one John Begley, a drunken horse rider, and he died
from those injuries the morning of the 1st. Sept.

25-9-1832 Rhody Morrissey, Bansha, Died from injuries inflicted on him by
William Ryan, of Bansha, aided and assisted by Thomas and Christopher Ryan,
Dennis Hayes, and Charles Byron, and others yet unknown.

26-9-1832 Maurice Fitzgerald, Emly. Died from wounds inflicted on him on the
24th inst., by persons yet unknown.

8-10-1832 Michael Connors, Cordangan, Died from injuries inflicted on his
head on Monday night, by persons yet unknown.

18-10-1832 William Cosgrove, Ulla, Died of the injuries he received on the
night of the 29th of Sept. by one William Ryan and William Meany, those
injuries were slight, deceased walked six miles to Tipperary, had a
operation performed, which operation produced inflammation of the brain and
caused his death on the 18th Oct.

18-10-1832 Bridget Cahill, Tipperary. Visitation of God.

13-12-1832 Michael Brien, Cappagh. Died from excessive drinking and
inclemency of the weather.

22-12-1832 Edmund Walshe, Clonbeg, Garrett Fleming, Clonbeg, In these two
cases the jury would not agree, the investigation took five days. I bound
over the jury to appear at the following assizes, where they were obliged to
attend during the assizes. These two men, the deceased, were shot by a party
of military, who were affording protection to the Hon. Mr. O'Grady, and John
Low, Esq. when returning from the Limerick election.

23-12-1832 John Ryan, Artnacarty, Kilenemanah. Died from injuries inflicted
on him by Thomas and Connor Moore, William Quinlan, and Michael Hagan, on
the 19th and he died on the 21st.