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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 1861

Transcribed by Angie Colton


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”

See: Hall

See: Leech

See: Wheeler

L.C., 14 December 1861
On Tuesday, the 10th instant, at Kilfinane Church, by the Rev George Wren, Vicar, George James, eldest son of Mr Wm. Bradley, Kilkee, to Mary Anne, third daughter of Mr. John Hannan, Kilfinane.

See: Pemberton

See: Maunsell

L.C., 4 December 1861
At Kinvara chapel, Michael Butler Esq, of Garlic Hill, to Emily A.T. Mahon, daughter of James Mahon, Esq, Morthampton, county Galway.

See: Liddy

See: Thompson

L.C., 6 November 1861
On the 6th instant, at Pallasgreen Church, county Limerick, by the Rev Wm. Scott, Charles Frederick Augustus Courteney, Surgeon, R.N., to Charlotte Townley Stacpole Gabbett, fourth daughter of William Gabbett, Esq, of Mount Minnett.

D'Alton, Jeremiah
D.E.M., 25 November 1861
At Toomevara chapel, by the Rev Mr Scanlon, on the 21st of November, Jeremiah D’Alton, Esq, youngest son of the late Richard Eyre D’Alton, of Wood Park, county Clare, to Kate Teresa, daughter of the late Richard Meagher, Esq, of Ballybeg, county Tipperary.

See: Wheeler

See: Keane

See: Courteney

L.C., 28 December 1861
On the 21st December, at St. Mary’s Church, Dublin, by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Ferns, brother-in-law to the bride, the Rev Francis Henry Hall, incumbent of Carrick, county of Londonderry to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late William Henry Armstrong, Esq., of Mount-Heaton, in the King’s County. No cards sent.

See: Bradley

See: Quinlivan

C.F., 21 September 1861
On the 16th inst. at St. Georges Church, Dublin, by the Rev Wm. Keane, A.M., Rector of Whitby, Yorkshire, brother of the bridegroom, Colonel Giles Keane, late Sth. Royal County Down Regiment, son of the late Robert Keane of Beech Park, co. Clare Esq, to Mary, only daughter of Robert Ellis, of 91 Leeson Street, Dublin and Ward House, co. Leitrim, Esq.

See: O’Gorman

C.F., 21 September 1861
On the 5th of July, at the Wesleyan Church, Lonsdale street, Melbourne, by the Rev James S. Waugh, George Crampton Leech, Barrister-at-Law, of Castlemaine and brother of James Leech, Esq, of Ennis, to Alice, third daughter of the late Benjamin Barrington, Esq, of Limerick.

L.C., 4 September 1861
Mr James Liddy, to Miss Margaret Clancy, both of Ardsollas, county Clare.

See: Purton

D.E.M., 26 October 1861
On the 20th July, at Christ Church, St. Kilda, Melbourne, by the Rev D. Seddon, M.A., George Maunsell, Esq., of Deerpark, county of Clare, Ireland, to Maria Matilda, fifth daughter of Captain W. Meadows Brownrigg, of Sydney, and grand-daughter of the late General Thomas Brownrigg.

See: White

See: D’Alton

L.C., 13 November 1861
At the Roman Catholic Church, Kilrush, Thos. O’Gorman, Esq, of Buncraggy, county Clare, to Margaret Agnes, daughter of Matthew Kelly, Esq, National Bank, Kilrush.

L.C., 30 July 1861
July 10, at Crowhurst, Sussex, Carew Augustus O’Grady, Captain Royal Engineers, son of Vice – Admiral O’Grady, of Erinagh House, to Emily Caroline, third daughter of Thomas Papillon Esq. of Crowhurst-park, Sussex.

See: O’Grady

L.C., 12 October 1861
At Christ Church, Victoria, Vancouver’s Island, Augustus F. Pemberton, Esq, Chief Magistrate of Victoria, to Jane, daughter of the late Tomkins Brew, Esq, Resident Magistrate, and formerly of Riverston, county Clare and sister of Chartres Brew, Esq, now of Westminster, British Columbia.

D.E.M., 12 November 1861
On the 6th inst. at Marylebone Church, by the Ven. Archdeacon Mildmay, uncle to the bride, the Rev George Edward Prescott, Rector of Dryswell, Herts, to Caroline Mary, second daughter of the late N. Westby, Esq, and the Hon. Mrs. Westby, of 9 , York Gate, Regent’s Park.

See: Studdert

C.F., 31 August 1861
August 29th, in Ennis Church, by the Rev. A. Tatton, John, second son of Henry Purton, Esq, M.D., Belfast, to Bessie, younger daughter of James Mahon Esq, J.P.

L.C., 11 December 1861
At the Catholic Church, Cratloe, Mr. Lawrence Quinlivan, son of Mr Michael Quinlivan, Ballyroughan, county Clare, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Michael Hogan, of Meahill, same county.

See: Stritch

L.C., 4 December 1861
At Kilshanny, Thomas Edward Stritch, Esq, Toumullin, to Margaret Mary, daughter of the late Patrick Shannon, Esq., of Derry, county Clare.

L.C., 12 October 1861
At St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, the Rev George Studdert, Rector of Ardee, son of the late George Studdert, Esq, of Sackville Street, Dublin, to Caroline Amelia, daughter of the late Major Priestley, K.H.

D.E.M., 8 November 1861
On the 7th inst. at St. Peter’s Church, by the Rev Joseph Callwell, Rector of Aghavea, county of Fermanagh, Francis Synge, Esq, of Glanmore, in the county of Wicklow, J.P. and D.L., to Editha Jane, only daughter of Robert H. Truell, Esq, J.P and D.L., of Clonmannion, in the same county, and Fitzwilliam-square, in this city.

L.C., 12 October 1861
At the parish church of Kilmurry, county Clare, Mr Wm. Thompson, Burrane, to Mary, daughter of the late George Colpoys, Esq, Shannon View, Knock, county Clare.

See: Synge

See: Westropp

See: Prescott

D.E.M., 16 November 1861
On Tuesday, at Castleconnell, by the Rev John Vere Benson, Dawson Westropp, Esq, of Mellon, co Limerick, to Frances, daughter of Colonel Vandeleur and a grand-daughter of the late Right Hon. John and Lady Frances Vandeleur, of Kilrush, Clare.

D.E.M., 18 July 1861
July 17, at St. Munchin’s Church, Limerick, by the Rev Charles Hare, Lieut.–Colonel F.H. Massey Wheeler of Tivoli House, Limerick, son of the late Hugh Wheeler, Esq, and the Honourable Margaret Wheeler, of Burlington-street, Bath, to Emily Jane Barry, daughter of the Rev John Delmege, Rector of Youghalarra, and of Maria Anna, grand-daughter and co – heiress of the Right Honourable John fifth Lord Carbery.

D.E.M., 25 November 1861
On the 21st inst. at St. Andrew’s Church, Westland–row, Dublin, John P. White Esq, of Nantenan, in this county, to Emily youngest daughter of the late John McMahon, Esq, of Firgrove, county of Clare.

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