Headstones: Our World newspapers. (An Irish Immigrant Newspaper) Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Cork Index Copyright Contributed by Kate Hanley __________________________________________ OUR WORLD NEWSPAPERS. (AN IRISH IMMIGRANT NEWSPAPER) Several editions, all 1899 unless otherwise noted. CORK BARTER, Elizabeth, aged 64. On Jan. 4, at 92 Patrick St. BEAUSANG, Mary. On Jan. 15, at Ballycrenlowen. CURRAN, Michael Stephen. On Jan. 13, aged 26. Of 47 Grand Parade. Manager of Liptons, Cork. Second oldest son of Michael Curran, 24 Innisfallen Parage, Dublin. (Formerly of 43 Aungier St.) CURRAN, Michael. 1/13. DWYER, William Henry. Jan. 19 at 5 Lough Villas. FARRELL, Rev. Patrick. On Jan. 14 at Glasgow. C.C. Cambuslang, son of the latr John Farrell of Frogmore House, Youghal. HALLORAN, Margaret. On Jan. 19, at 108 High St. HEELAN, Patrick, on Jan. 19, at 24 Evergreen Rd. HAYES, Martin. The death of Mr. Martin Hayes, who was an old and valued citizen of Cork, happened on St. Kevin's Day, Upper Rathmines, Dublin, Jan. 19, at a very advanced age and after a long illness. KEENAN, Mrs. C. On Jan. 15 at Timoleague, Hotel, Glandore KEENEHAN, Daniel. On Jan. 20 at 59 Lough Rd KELLEHER, Timothy. A car driver of Millfields, Blackpool, was killed while driving his car from Barrackton to Cork. The horse ran against a pier at the entrance of a house at Verdon Row, Wellington Road, threw him and the stones of the pier fell on him, causing his death. KELLER, Margaret. At 2 Newsom's Quay, on Jan. 14. Late of Killowen, Blarney. LEHANE, Mrs. Elizabeth, age 58. On Jan. 13, at West End, Mallow. MADDEN, Antonia. The obsequies of Rev. Mother Antonia took place at the convent chapel, Clonakilty. She was the sister of Rev. W. Madden, and Messrs. P. and D. Madden, Cork. She was one f the first members of the community at the establishment of the Sisters of Mercy at Clonakilty. MAHONY, Bridget. On Jan. 14 at Kilelough. MOORE, Mrs. James. On Jan. 14, on Main St., Midleton. M'SWEENEY, Peter, of Farranes. Jan. 15 at South Infirmary. NUGENT, Mary, on Saturday, Feb. 25 at New York, New York, wife of the late Denis Nugent, and sister of the late Rev. William Cashman, and second daughter of the late Thomas Cashman, of Ballinahilla, Killeagh. O'CONNOR, Edward Francis. We regret to have to record the death of the Rev. E. F. O'Connor, which happened on Feb. 21 at 14 Raymond St., South Circular Road, Dublin. He was a native of Cork, born on April 20, 1839, where he was the oldest son of the late John Francis O'Connor, who died on Jan. 10, 1889 at the advanced age of 86. O'CONNOR, Ellen. On Jan. 18 at Mardyke St. O'MAHONY, Julia. On Jan. 18, at Railway Cottages, Kilbarry. WADE, Thomas George. On Jan. 15 at Midleton. WATERS, Mrs. Elizabeth, on Jan. 14, at 25 Sunday's Well. At an advanced age.