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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 1860

Transcribed by Angie Colton

Newspapers:
C.J. = “The Clare Journal”
L.C. = “Limerick Chronicle”
T.T. = “The Times”
C.F. = “The Clare Freeman”
D.E.M. = “Dublin Evening Mail”
F.J. = “The Freeman’s Journal”

Browne
C.F., 24 November 1860
On Tuesday morning, 20th November instant by the Very Rev John Sheehan, P.P and V.G, assisted by Revs Messrs Newell and Geoghegan, in the chapel of Ennistymon, Edward Bourke Browne, of Castlepark, in the county of Clare, Esq, to Bessie, eldest daughter of P.E. Rielly, of Moher Lodge, Ennistymon in the same county, Esq.

Butler
See: Graham

Creagh
See: Law


Davoren
D.E.M., 12 October 1860
October 11, at St. Peter’s Church, by the Rev J. Cole Coghlan, B.A., A. Vesey Davoren, Esq, Captain, Royal South Down Light Infantry, son of the late Rev Andrew Davoren, incumbent of Kilfarboy, Miltown Malbay, county Clare, to Agnes, second daughter of Major Jeffreys, Barrackmaster, Portobello District.


Graham
D.E.M., 9 July 1860
July 4, at Ferns, county Wexford, by the Rev C. Ethrington, Rector of Roydon, Norfolk, Major J.H. Graham, 22nd Regiment, to Sophia Mary, widow of James Butler, Esq, of Castle Crine, county Clare.


Haughton
C.F., 3 April 1860
In Dublin, John, only son of Alfred Haughton, Esq, of Ardeigh, co. Kildare, to Maria Jane third daughter of the late Thomas Pilkington, Esq, of Waterpark, co. Clare.


Jeffreys
See: Davoren


Law
L.C., 11 August 1860
On the 8th instant, at St. George’s Church, Dublin, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Kildare, Robert Law, Esq, eldest son of the late Michael Law, Esq, 8 Great Denmark-street, to Emily, second daughter of Colonel Giles Vandeleur Creagh.


Lloyd
See: Studdert


Marrett
L.C., 27 June 1860
This morning, at St. John’s Church, Newport, Tipperary, by the Rev J.M. Heffernan, Rector, William Marrett, Esq, of Ballycabane, county Clare, and the Bank of Ireland, Belfast, to Christina, second daughter of the late Ed. Parker, Esq, for many years Clerk of the Peace and Crown for this city.


McIvor
See: Tabuteau


Parker
See: Marrett


Pilkington
See: Haughton


Rielly
See: Browne


Singleton
See: Varley


Studdert
L.C., 13 October 1860
On the 9th instant, at Emly Cathedral, by the Rev John Leech, A.M., brother of the bride, Richard Augustine Fitzgerald Studdert, Lieutenant R.M.A, second son of Admiral Studdert of Pella, in the county of Clare, to Maria Isabella, relict of the late William Thomas Lloyd, of Mount-street Crescent, Dublin.


Tabuteau
L.C., 27 June 1860
At Kilrush, county Clare, Joseph Oliver Tabuteau, Esq, C.E. to Agnes McIvor, daughter of Irwin W Patterson, Esq, of Kilrush.


Trambull
L.C., 27 June 1860
In St. George’s Church, Dublin, Robert Nathaniel Trumbull, Esq, of Beechwood, county Dublin, to Fanny, daughter of James Tymons, Esq., of Baskin Hill, county Dublin, and Riverston, county Clare.

Tymons
See: Trambull


Varley
T.T., 20 October 1860
On the 21st Aug., at Trinity Church, Murree, India, by the Rev Thomas Moore, Wm. Varley, Esq. 7th Dragoon Guards, to Mary Jane Henrietta, daughter of Hugh Singleton, Esq, Hazelwood, county Clare, Ireland.






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