News: Freemans Journal, Births, Marriages, Deaths 7 Sep 1841 *********************************************** Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Islandwide Index Copyright ************************************************ File contributed by: Joyce Tunstead. Transcribed by Mary Heaphy FREEMANS JOURNAL, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS 7 SEP 1841 *Use Ctrl-F to find a name using your browser. BIRTHS. On Friday, the 3rd inst, in Sackville Street, the lady of Richard P. O'REILLY, Esq., M.D. of a daughter. On the 3rd inst, in Baggot Street, the lady of William F. DARLEY, Esq, Barrister-at-Law, of a son. On the 2nd inst, at Rockfield, Artane, the lady of John ARKINSON, Esq, of a son. At L'Orient, the Duchess de ROVIGO, of Carnelly, Co. Clare, of a daughter. At Toronto, the lady of the Rev. Dr. M'CAUL, Principal of Upper Canada College, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 31st ult, Peter John MARTIN, Esq, of Abbey-View, to Anchoretta Maria, youngest daughter of the late William Blakeney PERSSE, Esq, of Athenry, and granddaughter of the late Colonel PERSSE, of Roxboro, Co. Galway. On the 2nd inst, in St. Thomas's Church, Thomas STUDDERT, of Fort William, Co. Dublin, to Eliza, relict of D. PENROSE, Esq, of Brittas, Co. Wicklow. In this city, David ARMSTRONG, Esq, of Baggot Street, to Harriet Maria, fourth daughter of the late Captain GALE, of Valleyfield in the Queen's County. On the 2nd inst, in Cork, John Fleming BEALE, esq., of Redington, Cove, to Dorothy Maria, relict of Robert LLOYD, Esq, of the 47th Regiment, and daughter of the late Lieut-General Sir Henry Oaks, Bart, of Mitcham HALL, Surrey. On the 1st inst, in Limerick, Francis COSTELLO, Esq, Manager of the National Bank, New Ross, to Anna, only daughter of the late Michael RUSSELL, Esq, Solicitor of Limerick. On the 12th June, at Calcutta, the Hon. H.F.H. PERY, third son of the late Lord Glentworth, and grandson of the Earl of Limerick, to Amelia Mary, second daughter of Captain Bowland MONEY, of the Royal Navy. On the 9th August at Charlotte Town, Prince Edward's Island, the Hon. Keith STEWART, Commander of her Majesty's ship, Ringdove, brother to the Earl of Galloway, to Mary Caroline, only daughter of his Excellency Sir Charles and Lady Mary FITZROY, and niece to the Duke of Richmond. DEATHS. On the 4th inst, at Mellifont Avenue, Kingstown, Mary, wife of the Rev. Thomas Russell CRADOCK, of Marsh's Library, Kevin Street. On the 5th inst, in North Earl Street, at an early age of 23, Anne, the accomplished and beloved wife of George Thomas WHITESTONE, Esq, deservedly and sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of sorrowing friends whom she had endeared herself to in her short sojourn in this Country by her amiable and unaffected disposition. On the 1st inst, of apoplexy, at Edenvale, near Belfast, the residence of R.O. QUAILE, esq., Margaret, the lady of Sir James MURRAY, M.D., of Merrion Square, aged 59 years. On the 2nd inst, in Cork, Eliza, wife of the Rev. F. THACKABERRY, Wesleyan Minister. On the 11th June, aged 78 years, Mary, relict of John CULLODEN, Esq, of Dublin, Merchant. On the 15th March, on board the Jon FLEMING, on his voyage to England from India, Octavius PALMER, Esq, eight son of the late Very Rev. Joseph PALMER, Dean of Cashel, and nephew of the late Marchioness of Thomond. On the 14th June, at Octacamund, in the East Indies, Carmina, wife of Captain J. Bloomfield GOUGH, Aid-de-Camp of Major General Sir Hugh GOUGH. On the 1st July, at Bombay, Lieut Henry W. JOHNSON, of her Majesty's 6th Regiment. On the 2nd inst, in Tralee, of Fever, after a few day's illness, Captain CUMMINGS, of the 90th Light Infantry. At St. John's Wood, Colonel George Edmond Hamilton GORDON, Captain on half-pay of the 71st Light Infantry, and formerly Equerry to the late Duke of Gloucester. At Iver, Buckinghamshire, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Lieut-General Colin CAMPBELL, formerly Lieut. Governor of Gibralter.