Death:  A Return of Inquests - 1841

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A Return Of Inquests Held By Several Coroners Of The 
Counties And Cities Of Ireland For Each Month During The 
Year 1841. Giving Name, Date Of Inquest, Where Held, And 
Finding Of Each Inquiry.

Source: The British Parliamentary Papers on Ireland.

Sorted by Last Name


FITZSIMONS, Mary, on May 8th, at Beldoyle. Finding-That 
whilst crossing the road at Beldoyle, on the 7th May, she 
was struck by a horse and cart, by which her skull was 

GALIBARDO, Dominicho, on the 27th Feb., at Rathfarnham. 
Finding-That he was murdered on the Dodder Road, leading to 
Churchtown, by several wounds and injuries inflicted on his 
head, causing immediate death, and that strong suspicion 
attaches to Richard COONEY, a tinker, of Roundtown, and that 
his wife, Mary COONEY, aided and abetted. These two persons 
were tried for this murder but were acquitted.

MAGUIRE, Thomas, on the 21st Dec., in the Parish of St. 
Peter. Finding-That he was found murdered at the stable lane 
at the rear of Pembroke-road, on the evening of 20th Dec., 
that said murder was committed by John DELAHUNT, of Little 
Britain-Street, on said evening. DELAHUNT was tried at the 
January commission following, found guilty and hanged.

(Spellings as per book)