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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 1862

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: Prosser

C.F., 5 July 1862
July 3rd, at St. Michael’s Church, Limerick, by the Rev Gerard Beere, Rector and Prebendary of Ballycahane, father of the bridegroom, Gerard Butler Beere Esq, 15th Regt., to Matilda Sophia Wright, relict of the late John Wright, Esq, and daughter of the late Rev Thomas Brown Brady, of Raheens, county Clare, Rector and Prebendary of Tomgraney. No cards sent.

L.C., 16 August 1862
By special licence, on the 29th July, in the Church of Kilrush, by the Rev Mr Wolseley, Matthew Blundell, Esq, Officer of the Inland Revenue, eldest son of Thomas Blundell, Esq, George’s-street, Limerick, to Kate, only daughter of Michael Williams, Esq, the Hotel, Kilrush.

L.C., 11 March 1862
At the Roman Catholic Chapel at Newport, co. Tipperary, on the 1st March inst. Mr. Michael Boland, son of Mr. Matthew Boland, Clare Mount, Clare, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr. John Coffee, Freigh, county Tipperary.

C.F., 25 January 1862
At Templeharry Church, county Tipperary, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. Thomas Fitzgerald French, Robert Lidwell Browne, Esq, second son of John Browne, Esq, J.P., Clonboy, county Clare, to Margaret, daughter of the late Col. Cradock, of Hartforth Hall, Yorkshire.

L.C., 4 November 1862
This morning, at St. Michael’s Parish Chapel, by the Rev James O’Brien, P.P., assisted by the Rev Messrs Malone and Mulqueen, Daniel Scanlan Bulger, Esq, of Kilrush, to Nannie, daughter of William Delany, Esq, T.C., of No. 47, George’s-street, in this city.

C.F., 15 November 1862
On the 10th inst., Daniel Scanlan Bulger, of Kilrush, to Nannie, daughter of William Delany, Esq, T.C., of No. 47, George’s-street, Limerick.

See: Maunsell

See: Hayes

C.F., 15 November 1862
In the church of Corofin on Monday morning last, by the Rev Robert J. Jervis, Mr. Thomas Cochrane, of the Corofin Constabulary, to Miss Fitzgerald of Kildysart.

See: Boland

See: Browne

See: Wigley

L.C., 2 August 1862
On the 29th ult., in Clare R.C. Church, by the Rev Mr O’Connor, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Meade, C.C., Michael, son of Ralph Cullinan, Esq, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Thomas Lynch, Esq, Killow, Clare Castle. After a dejeuner the happy couple started, with hearty cheers from their friends, for Dublin, to spend the honeymoon.

D.E.M., 26 February 1862
On Thursday, at New-quay parish chapel, Maryanne, second daughter of Mr John Kerin, of Abbey, to Michael, youngest son of Mr. Michael Curtin, Muckinish. After the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the hospitable residence of the bride’s father, accompanied by the Marquis of Hastings with his sister, Lady Mary Kirwan, also Sir Thomas Blake, of Menlo Castle: Miss Eden and Mr O’Kelly, with the kind-hearted landlord, John Stratford, Esq, and a numerous train of other friends. A sumptuous dejeuner being provided for the happy occasion, due honours were paid by the hospitable host to his noble guests and other friends. The same distinguished party honoured the hospitable board of the worthy tenants at six o’clock to dinner, and their kindness and condescension to all contributed much to the enjoyments of the bridal party until dancing commenced. – “Clare Journal”

See: Bulger

See: Macnamara

See: White

See: Cochrane

L.C., 11 October 1862
On Tuesday, 7th instant, in the Roman Catholic Church of Kilrush, by the Rev B. Scanlan, of Birr, brother to the bride, assisted by the Rev L. Brown, C.C., Michael Foley, Esq, M.D., M.R.C.S., youngest son of the late Peter Foley, Esq, Merchant’s-quay, to Nora, youngest daughter of Patrick Scanlan, Esq., Moore-street. No cards sent.

See: Molony

See: Wright

L.C., 30 October 1862
On Tuesday, at Bird-hill, by the Rev Mr O’Neill, C.C. of Newport, county Tipperary, Mr. John Hayes, of Killaloe, to Mrs Carey, widow of the late Mr B. Carey.

See: Kelly

See: Stewart

See: O’Callaghan

See: Watson

See: Vivian

L.C., 12 June 1862
On Tuesday, at Corofin Catholic Church, by the Right Rev Doctor Fallon, Lord Bishop of Kilfenora and Kilmacduagh, Matthew, second son of Matthew Kelly, Esq, Manager of the National Bank, Kilrush, to Isabella Agnes, second daughter of Augustine Moran, Esq, Willbrook. No cards sent.

C.F., 22 February 1862
In Kilrush Roman Catholic Church, by the Very Rev Dean Kelly, P.P., Michael son of the late Timothy Kelly, Esq, of Leitrim, to Bidelia, eldest daughter of William Hennessy, Esq.

See: Stoker

See: Curtin

L.C., 13 March 1862
At Kiltoraght Roman Catholic Church, county Clare, Patk. Kerin, Esq, Acres, Ballyvaughan, to Kate Maria, daughter of Daniel O’Brien, Esq, Ballinacarra house, Kilfenora.

See: Neagle

C.F., 29 March 1862
On the 2nd of January last, at Ararat, Victoria, Australia, George Logan Esq, Burrumbeep, to Nora Frances Mullen, third daughter of the late Hugh Mullen, Lyme Hill House, county Galway, and Ennis, County Clare.

See: Wigley

See: Cullinan

L.C. 8th July 1862
At St. Andrew’s Church, Aberdeen, Francis Rawdon Macnamara, Esq, 93rd Sutherland Highlanders, to Georgiana Rachel, daughter of William Fisher, Esq, Ferry hill, Aberdeen.

See: Scott

F.J., 7 October 1862
September 30, at Sixmile-bridge, George Wm. Maunsell, Esq, only son of the Rev John Maunsell, of Kilcoleman Glebe, county Kerry, to Deborah Eliza Butler, only daughter of the late Henry Butler, Esq, of Castle Crine, county Clare.

C.F., 1 March 1862
February 25, in Tulla Church, by the Rev Philip Dwyer, Marcus, son of James Molony, Esq, J.P., D.L. Kiltanon, county Clare, to Christiana Emma, daughter of the late Francis Gore, county Clare.

See: Kelly

See: Logan

L.C. , 26 July 1862
July 26th, at Rathgar Church, by the Rev J. Clarke, Wm. D. Murphy, Esq, M.D., Surgeon, Limerick Artillery, to Mary, widow of the late M.J. Staunton, Esq, Ballysimon, county Limerick, and daughter of the late Captain Lingard, of Cooga, county Clare. No cards sent.

L.C., 13 March 1862
At the Roman Catholic Church, Molough, county Clare, Patrick Neagle, Esq, Elmvale, to Bidelia Teresa, daughter of Michael Killeen, Esq, Molosky, county Clare.

See: Kerin

L.C., 12 June 1862
At St. Audeon’s Church, High-street, Dublin, A.D.L. O’Callaghan, Esq, county Clare, to Charlotte Christina, eldest daughter of the late Michael Jones, Esq, formerly of Mount Ruby House, Mallow, County Cork.

See: Roberts

See: Taylor

L.C., 19 June 1862
On the 12th inst., at Clonlara Church, by the Rev Charles Hare, assisted by the Rev Edward O’Grady, James Smith O’Grady Esq, of Erinagh, county Clare, to Mary Frances, daughter of Berkeley Vincent, Esq, of Summer-hill, same county. No cards sent.

L.C., 30 October 1862
28th October at Drafield Church, county Cork, by the Rev Richard Walton Marmion, uncle to the bride, Samuel R. Prosser, Esq, of the National Bank, Ennis, to Mary Elizabeth, third daughter of Henry Baldwin Beamish, Esq, J.P. Muckruss, Clonakilty, county Cork.

C.F., 25 October 1862
At Killard church on the 17th instant, Richard McMahon Roberts of Moneygot, Corofin to Margaret, youngest daughter of Arthur O’Donnell, Esq, of Dunmore, Kilkee.

See: Foley

L.C., 15 November 1862
At the Roman Catholic Chapel, Spanish-place, London, John Scott, Esq, son of the late Richard Scott, Esq, solicitor, of Middle Gardiner-street, Dublin, to Ginditta, relict of the late Frederick Magenis, Esq, 28th Regt.

L.C., 11 September 1862
Yesterday morning, at St. Michael’s Church, by the Rev Henry Peacocke, James Seward, Esq, of Kilkee, co. Clare, to Sophia, second daughter of the late William Tisdall, Esq, of this city.

L.C., 16 December 1862
At the parish church, Booterstown, county Dublin, Robert Stewart, Esq, of Lisburn, in the county of Antrim, to Maria Jackson, daughter of the late William Scott, Esq, of Knopogue Castle, in the county of Clare.

C.F., 29 March 1862
In St. George’s Church, Dublin, George Worthington Stoker, of the County Clare Constabulary Esq, to Emilie Blanche, daughter of the late George B. Keogh, of Kilbride, in the county of Carlow, D.L.

D.E.M., 30 October 1862
Oct. 27, in St. Michan’s Church, by the Rev Mr Jordan, Mr John Taylor, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr Matthew O’Donnell, and grand-daughter of the late John O’Donnell, Esq, of Newbridge house, Ennis, county of Clare.

See: Seward

See: O’Grady

L.C., 29 April 1862
On the 23rd inst., at the Cathedral, Killaloe, by the Rev John Bowles, rector of Shinrone, Augustus Vivian, Lieutenant 3rd (The Buffs) Regt., younger son of the late Rev Charles Paisly Vivian, of Hatton Hall, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, to Ethel, eldest daughter of George Charles Julius, jun. Esq, and grand-daughter of the late Francis Spaight, Esq. of Derry Castle, county Tipperary.

D.E.M., 28 June 1862
June 12, in the Parish Church of Almondbury, by the Rev Joseph Bailee, D.D., Principal of St. Aiden’s College, Birkenhead, assisted by the Rev Thomas Whitney, Incumbent of Marsden, the Rev Edward Collis, Incumbent of Houley, third son of the late James Watson, Esq, of Millbrook, county of Clare, Ireland, to Lucy Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the Rev. Lewis Jones, Vicar of Almondbury.

L.C., 7 October 1862
At Toronto, on Sept. 17th, by the Rev Alexander Topp, A.M., Frederick Charles White, Esq, to Mary Anne, daughter of the late George Fitzgerald, Esq., of Corren House, Kilkee, county Clare.

C.F., 23 August 1862
On the 3rd of June, at Christ’s Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Mary Letitia Longfield, third daughter of G. Vandeleur Creagh, late 81st Regiment, to William Rodolph Wigley, of Glenelg, Esq.

See: Blundell

L.C., 17 June 1862
June 14, in Trinity Church Rathmines, by the Rev Maurice Nelligan, A.M., assisted by the Rev Loftus T. Shire, A.B., Ed. Henry Wright, C.E. to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late John Harley, Esq, Clonrode house, Ennis, county of Clare.

See: Beere



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