News: Freemans Journal, Marriages & Deaths 29 May 1845 *********************************************** Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Islandwide Index Copyright ************************************************ File contributed by: Mary Heaphy & Joyce Tunstead FREEMANS JOURNAL, MARRIAGES & DEATHS 29 MAY 1845 *Use Ctrl-F to find a name using your browser. BIRTHS. On the 26th inst, at Mander's Building, Ranelagh, the lady of Thomas WILSON, Esq, of a daughter. On the 22nd inst, at her father's residence, Newtown Mountkennedy, Co. Wicklow, the lady of John ARMSTRONG, Esq, of a son. On the 22nd inst, at Ballycorroon, Co. Mayo, the lady of Edward ORME, Esq, of a son. On the 25th inst, in Cork, the lady of J,.J. BARRY, Esq, Solicitor, of a daughter. On the 22nd inst, at Grange House, Co. Cork, the lady of Hatton R. CONRON, Esq, of a son. On the 25th inst, at Coolmore, Co. Kilkenny, the lady of Peter CONNELAN, Esq, of a daughter. On the 20th inst, at Cork Barracks, the lady of Captain HUGHES, Barrackmaster, of a daughter. On the 20th inst, at Cork Barracks, the lady of Captain AUDAIN, of the 16th Regiment, of a son. On the 22nd inst, at Castle Hill, Inverness, the lady of Major HOUSE, late of the 4th Light Dragoons, of a son. On the 14th inst, at Gibralter, the lady of Lieut Colonel Louis, of the Royal Artillery, of a daughter. On the 28th inst, in Pimlico, the lady of Mr. John SHERIDAN, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 26th inst, in Great George's Church, Joseph CHAMBERS, esq, second son of Edward Elliot Chambers, Esq, late of Fitzwilliam Place, to Harriet, youngest daughter of Nevill BARRY, Esq, of Russell Street. On the 26th inst, at Mountjoy Square, John CHESTER, esq, of Williamstown, Co. Louth, to Priscilla, daughter of Mathew O'CONNOR, esq, and niece to the late O'CONNOR Don. On the 21st inst, in Cork, the Rev. Joseph William M'KAY, of Belfast, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of the Rev. William REILLY, Wesleyan Minister. On the 26th inst, in St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, Lord LOVAINE, eldest son of the Earl and Countess of Beverley, to Louise, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry and Lady Harriet DRUMMOND. On the 24th inst, at Leamington, John WILSON, Esq, late Captain in the 37th Regiment, to Philippa, youngest daughter of the late P.L. STORY, Esq, of Kemp- Town, Newry. On the 26th inst, in London, Thomas PRICE, esq, late of the 60th Royal Rifles, and youngest son of the late Sir Rose PRICE, Bart, of Trengwainton, Cornwall, to Anna, second daughter of the late Frederick Hayes MACNAMARA, Esq, formerly Lieut in the 52nd Light Infantry. On the 21st inst, at Kirby, Underdale, the Rev. Thomas F.R. READ, of Full Sutton, to Louise Lucy, second daughter of the Hon and Rev. H.D. ERSKINE, and niece to the Earl of Portarlington and Lord Erskine. DEATHS. On the 25th inst, in Kildare Street, suddenly, Elizabeth, relict of William STUDDERT, esq, of Clonlohan House in the King's County, and only sister of the late Rev. Launcelot DOWDALL, of Dungannon. On the 27th inst, in Lower Gardiner Street, Mary, wife of Arthur ELLIS, esq. On the 24th inst, at Kingstown, Elizabeth, wife of Francis M'KOWEN, Esq, Tide Surveyor of Kingstown. At Ballydsorty, (Spelling as per paper)Co. Limerick, John MASSY, Esq, only brother of Godfrey MASSY, Esq, of Castleconnell. On the 22nd inst, at Mossfort House, Co. Galway, Isabella, second daughter of R.D. PERSSE, Esq. On the 18th inst, Lady GORDON, of Letterfourie, widow of the late Sir James GORDON of that ilk, Premier Baronet of Scotland, and aunt of Charles Glendonwyn SCOTT. Esq, Inspector of the Repeal Wardens of Edinburgh. On the 25th inst, at Ennis College, John, second son of the Rev. L.W. KING. On the 21st inst, at Geneva, Captain Richard HARWARD, of the Royal Navy, son- in-law of the late Lord Exmouth. On the 21st inst, at Newcastle, after a few days illness, Colonel Archibald Montgomery MAXWELL, of the 36th Regiment. On the 16th March, at Hullyhall, near Darwar, Madras, Ensign John Edgar Leslie, of the 35th Native Infantry, eldest son of Major General John LESLIE, commanding at Bellary. On the 25th inst, in London, Sophia, daughter of the late Admiral Sir George MONTAGU.