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Dunboyne News Cuttings 1824-1878 - selected abstracts

Dunboyne News Cuttings 1824-1878 Sources for the study of nineteenth century Clare
compiled by the Honourable Theobald Fitz-Walter Butler, Lord Dunboyne.

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Marriages 1841

Transcribed by Angie Colton


November 1841
By special license, at St Anne’s Church, Dublin by the Rev Mr West, Croker Barrington, Esq, Royal Navy, son to Sir J. Barrington, Bart, of this city, to Margaret Emily, eldest daughter of the late Henry Westropp Ross-Lewin, Esq, J.P., Cornfield, county Clare.

December 1841
Dec. 21, at St Anne’s Church by the Rev George Harris, of Kilcronaghan Glebe, county Derry, Robert Holmes, eldest son of Randal Borough, of Cappa house, county Clare, Esq, J.P., to Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Hugh Harris, of Ashfort, county Armagh, Esq, and grand-daughter of the late John Porter, D.D., Bishop of Clogher.

See: Taaffe

February 1841
February 2, at Aughrim, Walter Davies, Esq, eldest son of the late Thomas Davies, Esq, of Roslevin, county Clare, to Susanna, only daughter of Captain Robert Dayles, of Fahy, county Galway.

See: Davies

November 1841
November 27, at Miltown Malbay by the Rev Mr Langford, Robert George Greene, Esq, Solicitor, and one of the coroners of the county Clare, to Mary Anne, daughter of Ralph Morony, Esq, of Faro.

See: O’Brien

See: Borough

December 1841
December 14, at Tipperary Church, William Hodges, Esq, of Doonogroge Castle, county Clare, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James Sadlier, Esq, Brookville, county Tipperary.

See: MacDonnell

July 1841
At Trinity Church by the Rev Francis Synge, John Julius MacDonnell, R.N., second son of the late Colonel Edward MacDonnell, of the county Clare, to Louisa, widow of the late Henry Hyde, Esq.

See: Greene

December 1841
December 13, at Cornaber House, county Westmeath, the seat of S. Vignoles, Esq, by special license, Gerard FitzGerald O’Connor, Esq, late Major, 85th Regiment, and cousin-german to the Knight of Glin, to Miss Macnamara, daughter of William Nugent Macnamara, Esq, Member for Clare. The fair bride was given away by her brother.

See: Singleton

See: Barrington

See: Hodges

July 1841
July 3, at St Mary’s Church, Cheltenham by the Rev John Bourke, Viacr of Kilmeaden, diocese of Waterford, Edward, youngest son of the late Edward Singleton, of Quinville Abbey, county Clare, to Olivia Margaret, second daughter of David Potts, Esq, Cambridge Villas, Cheltenham.

September 1841
September 13, William Taaffe, Esq, of Cappa Lodge, county Roscommon, and half-pay 60th Rifles, to Margaret Theresa, youngest daughter of Denis Conroy, Esq, of Cosemoney House, county Clare.

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