News: Hue and Cry February 24, 1838 *********************************************** Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Islandwide Index Copyright ************************************************ File contributed by: Mary Heaphy email@example.com August 29, 2010, 5:13 pm Hue and Cry February 24, 1838 "Murders" 1 £100 for the apprehension of James Miles, "alias Mokely, and his brother, Denis Miles, for the murder of Robert Carter, alias Geany, at Middledowning, County Cork, on Thursday, the 25th January last. 2 £50 for the apprehension of John Conroy, alias Connerry, for the murder of Michael Croker, at Casey's Crop, Glanworth, County Cork, on the 15th January last. 3 £5 0 for the apprehension of the murderer, or murderers, of David Fleming, at Clashmore, county Waterford, on the 4th February last. 4 £100 for the apprehension of the murderer, or murderers, of Alexander Cathcart, tenant of Lord Lorton, at Ballinamuck, County Longford, on the 9th of February last. 5 £40 for the apprehension of the murderers of Roger Carroll, at Ematris, county Monaghan, on the 31st January last. 6 £50 for the apprehension of John and Michael Loughnan, for the murder of Patrick Feeney, at Barnacarrow, county Galway, on the 3rd January last. 7 £50 for the apprehension of Patrick Sexton, John Lahea, Patrick Ryan, and Michael Ryan, for the murder of James Stapleton, at Holyford, Tipperary, on the 7th December last. 8 £100 for the apprehension of Bernard M'Cabe, and others unknown, for the murder of Michael Smith, of Lisnagoil, county Cavan. 9 County of Cork.-Description return of James Brien and Thomas Brien, charged with having, on the 8th of February, at Coolinave, murdered John Lahive. 10 County of Cork, East Riding, .-Description return of Cornelius Keefe and John Lawton, charged with having, on the first of January, at Rathcormac, violently assaulted a man named William Curtin, from the effects of which he has since died. 11 County of Galway . - Description return of Michael Hanberry and Patrick Curley, charged with having, on the 26th day of January, at or near Kinvara, murdered Thomas Kilkelly, on his way home from the town of Kinvara. 12 Description return of Patrick Cornelius and Andrew Tracy, of Lugglass, King's County, for a murderous assault on James Looby, on the 24th February last. 13 Co. Limerick. - Description of William Hanly, charged with having, on the 10th of January, at Cloughadrummond, struck Owen O'Neille, of Ballyart, with a stone, on the head, of which he died on the 14th ult, at Limerick. 14 County of Longford . - Description of Michael Cullum, charged with having, on the 2nd of January, at Lavagh, been one of the party who met Sub-Constables Mahaifey and Rutledge, when in the execution of their duty, and brutally murdered Mahaffey, and carried off both their carbines. 15 Co. Monaghan.-Description of Owen MacGrother, charged with having, on the 4th day of February, at Ordragh, in the barony of Farney, and the parish of Donamorne, attempted to murder Bridget M'Grother, his wife, by forcing her to swallow a quantity of vitriol. 16 Queens County. Description of Patrick Kennedy', charged with having, on the night of the 3d of February, at Sragh, given Charles Kelly, of Gegard, barony and parish aforesaid, a blow on the left temple, of which he died on the 17th February. 17 Co. Sligo..-Description return of Patrick Boyle and Thomas Boyd, charged with having, on the 6th of January, at Masslane, violently assaulted Neal Meehan, and fractured his head by a blow of a stick. 18 Co. Tipperary. .-Description return of Patrick Dunn, Timothy Dunn, John Dunn, Richard Dunn, John Hennessy,William Hennessy, and Francis Pollard, charged with having, on 25th Dec. last, at Ballingarry, in the barony of Sleivardagh, and attacked and most barbarously assaulted John Haydon and Michael Eagan, of Lismolin, and inflicted several wounds and fractures on the head of said John Haydon, from the effects of which he languished and died on the 3rd of January. 19 Co. Tipperary, North Riding..-Description of John Maher, charged with having caused the death of Michael Donnelly, by a blow of a stone, on the night of the 23rd instant. 20 Co. Tipperary, South Riding..-Description return of William Aldworth, charged with having, on the 29th of January, at Cashel, inflicted a dangerous wound with a stone on the head of Thomas Bishop, of which he died on the 31st. 21 Co. Clare.-Description return of Michael M'Grath, Roger Guiltenane, Patrick Guiltenane, Martin Quinlivan, and David Cunneen, charged with having, on the 2nd day of February, at Springmount, in the barony of Tulla, and parish of Killokennedy, violently assaulted John Skeahen, Darby Murphy, and Patrick Whealen, on their return from a funeral, from which beating one of the party, John Skeahen, now lies dangerously ill. 22 Description of Thomas Healy, charged with having, on the 19th day of February, at Derrycaliff, on the evening of the above day, struck Thomas Considine a blow of a spade, which fractured his skull, and there are no hopes of his recovery. (Spelling as per Newspaper).