Clare - Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser, 1864

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Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser - Publication Date: 24
March 1864


At Thomond House, Limerick, the lady of J. Stein, Esq, of a

At Blackrock, Dublin, the wife of A. J. O'Connor, Esq, of
Haxelwood, county Galway, of a son and heir.


March 17th, st St Anne'd Church, Dublin, Edmond Langley
Hunt, Esq, Curragh Bridge, to Annie B. C. Jones, only
daughter of the late Lieut-Colonel Francis W. Dillon, 18th
Royal Irish.

At Riugrone (?) Church, County Cork, Mr. Robert Acton, to
Ellen, daughter of Mrs. Howe, of Garsanreigh House.


On Wednesday morning, at his residence, Mill-street, in this
town, Mr. P. Canny, in his 38th year, a much respected
trader of Ennis, and one whose death is sincerely regretted
by a large and sympathising circle of friends, to whom Mr.
Canny's honest, straightforward, and sterling qualities of
character endeared him as a citizen and acquaintance. His
demise creates a vacancy in the Town Commissioner's body.

At Erye-square, Galway, John Francis Blake, Esq, aged 76
years, proprieter of the Galway Vindicator, Mr. Blake was
highly esteemed by his fellow-citizens, of whose interest
and prosperity his able paper was ever the constant and
unflinching advocate, as it was the uncompromising foe of
anti-national and anti-Irish men and measures.

At Greenlawn, Limerick, Mrs O'Connor, relict of Mr Michael

Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser - Publication Date: 7 April 1864


At Killaloe, the wife of Mr. Philip Sparling, of a son.

At 52, Lower Baggot-street, Dublin, the wife of A. B. Knox,
Esq, of a son

April 2, at Mountjoy Prison, the wife of Eidon Piers Butler
Ward, Esq, of a son


March 31, at Ballygawley, Standish de Courey O'Grady,
Captain 64th Regt, youngest sone of the late O'Grady, of
Kilballyowen, County Limerick, to Charlotte, third daughter
of the late George Powell Houghton, Esq, of Kilmannock
House, County Wexford.

On the 31st March, at Moviddy Church, John Cochrane, Esq,
eldest son of James Cochrane, Esq, Croghan House, County
Donegal, to Emma Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the Rev
Robert Warren, Crooktown House, County Cork.


At Church-street, in this town, on Tuesday, Henrietta Ryall,
aged 24 years, daughter of the late John Charles Ryall, Esq,
of Ennis

In Dublin, Nannie, the beloved daughter of Martin Honan
Burke, Esq, Shearmount, in this county, in the 14th year of
her age.

On the 31st March, at Langham House, Ham Common, Charles
Sneyd Edgeworth, of Edgeworthstown, D L, County Longford.

At Cromragh House, Grace Everina, daughter of the late John
Palissar, Esq, of Derryluskan, county of Tipperary, and
Cromragh, County Waterford.


An inquest was held by John Gleeson, Esq., on Tuesday last,
on the body of Miss Margaret Clancy, daughter of a
respectable citizen, Mr. John Clancy, Upper William-street.
The deceased died suddenly this morning, and it appearing
from the evidence of Mr. Clancy, Apothecary, William-street,
that no other then natural causes, operated in producing the
event - the Jury returned a verdict in conformity with the
medical statement. An unpleasant controversy occurred in the
course of the inquiry, that led to the imposition of a fine
of forty shillings, and its reception, on one of the Jurors,
who refused to sign the issue. The controversy, curiously
enough, arose from castor oil.