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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 1865

Transcribed by Local Studies Centre




L.C. = “Limerick Chronicle”
C.F. = “The Clare Freeman”
D.E.M. = “Dublin Evening Mail”
S.C. = “The Southern Chronicle”

S.C. 14 March 1865
Adair and Magee - at the Parish Church, Killroney, Rostrevor, by the Rev. Guy L’Estrange, Arthur C. Adair, Esq., Ennis, to Sarah, second daughter of the late John Magee, Esq., Lurgan, county Armagh.

See: Jones

See: Blackwell

See: Carroll

L.C. 28 October 1865
At Melbourne, Australia, Joseph Beckly, Esq., late of Maida Vale, St. John’s Wood, London, to Mary, daughter of Terence O’Loghlen, Esq., of Clonroad, county Clare.

See: O’Connell

S.C. 7th March 1865
At the Roman Catholic Church of Clare Castle, Thomas Blackwell, Esq., Tonreen Cottage, Ennistymon, to Margaret Mary, daughter of the late Joseph Barrett, Esq., of Ennis.

See: Pounds

See: Comyn

See: Foster

See: Graydon

C.F. 8 June 1865
On Thursday June 1st, in the Presbyterian Church, Glentworth street, Limerick, by the Rev. Dr. Wilson, D.D.,James Henry, youngest son of the late James Burkitt, Esq., Dublin, to Harriet Jane, fifth daughter of the late John Charles Ryall, Esq.

See: Ryall

L.C. 2 December 1865
On the 2nd inst., at Luraga, Patrick’s-well, by the Rev. Archd. O’Rourke, assisted by the Rev. George O’Connor, Mr. Wm. Butler, of Lisdoonvarna, to Kate, eldest daughter of George Tuthill, Esq., of Faha.

See: O’Brien

See: Powell

See: Morony

See: Keane

D.E.M. 14 March 1865
Carroll and Barry - March 9, in Christ Church, Clifton, by the Rev. M. Brock, Incumbent, assisted by the Rev. Robert Wilson, John Carroll, Esq., of Merville, in the county of Clare, and of Farm-Hill, in the county of Sligo, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Major-General Henry Green Barry, of Ballyclough, county of Cork.

L.C. 5 September 1865
At the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Dublin, Mr. John Chine, of Rutland-street, Limerick, son of Cornelius Chine, of Ballymaclune, Quin, co. Clare, to Ellen, daughter of the late Mr. Patrick Cosgrave, of Dublin.

C.F. 29 April 1865
On the 26th inst., at St. Stephens Church, by the Rev. J.F. French, John H. Christy, Esq, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, youngest son of the late John H. Christy, Esq., Fort Union, Adare, to Bessie, eldest daughter of James McNab, Esq., Mona Lodge, County Limerick.

See: Going

See: McCormack

L.C. 5 September 1865
Comyn and Bourke- Sep. 4, at Marlborough street church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. Murphy, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Irwin, Francis Lorenzo Comyn, J.P., eldest son of Francis Comyn, Esq., J.P., of Woodstock, Co. Galway, and Lisanarde, Co. Clare, to Cecelia Gertrude, only Child of Walter Bourke, Esq., of Carrowkeel, Co. Mayo.

See: Hanrahan

L.C. 8 July 1865
In the Church of the nativity, Chapelizod, county Dublin, Wm. H. Corry, Esq. L.R.C.S.I., son of the late William Corry, Esq., to Maria Josephine O’Leary, daughter of Thomas O’Leary, esq, Liffey Vale, Dublin.

See: Chine

L.C. 5 December 1865
December 2, At Cratloe Church, by the Rev. M. O’Connor, P.P. of Clare Abbey, Joseph P. Cuffe, Esq., eldest son of Laurence Cuffe, Esq., of Alma Terrace, Monkstown, to Jane, third daughter of Augustine Moran, Esq., of Willbrook, Co. Clare. No cards. After the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the residence of James Frost, Esq., J.P. of Ballymorris, where a magnificent dejeuner was served up from the establishment of Mr. P. Coffee (late Goggin’s), of George’s street.

L.C. 4 February 1865
On Tuesday 31st, ult., at Shanaglish R.C. Chapel, county Galway, by the Rev. Mr. Barry P.P. ., Gort, assisted by the Rev. T. Geoghegan, brother of the bride, and the Rev. James McMahon, P.P. Corofin, Thomas Curtis, Esq., P.L.G., Coad Lodge, Corofin, to Ellen, daughter of Patrick Geoghegan, Esq., Ballygeoghegan House, and niece of the Rev. John Sheahan, P.P. and Vicar-General, Ennistymon.

See: Fitzpatrick

See: Greaves

L.C. 9 December 1865
Dec. 5, in Monkstown Church, near Dublin, by the Rev. John Delmege, father of the bridegroom, John Evans Delmege, Esq., Mount Graigue, county Limerick, to Constance, eldest daughter of Richard Studdert, Esq., J.P., Fort House, county Clare. No cards.

See: Molony

See: Pounds

14 December 1865
At the Roman Catholic Church, Rath, Patrick Fitzpartick, Esq., barrister-at-law, Cahir House, Peter’s Well, co. Galway, to Marian Kathleen, only child of the late Basil L. Davoren, Esq., of Ennis.

See: Scott

C.F. 6 May 1865
At Little Briton, Canada West, by the Rev. E. Edwards, on the 6th of April, Thomas H. Foster, Esq., to Lucenda W. Bradley, third daughter of Mr. W. Bradley, of Summer Hill, Kilkee, County Clare.

C.F. 2 December 1865
At the Parish Chapel, Cratloe, on Sunday, the 26th inst, James, the eldest son of the late Mr George Frost, Portrine, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas O’Halloran, same place.

See: Curtis

L.C. 18 February 1865
At St Stephen’s Church, Dublin, the Rev. Robert James Going, Chancellor of Killaloe, and Rector of Ballymackey, to Maria Marcella, daughter of the Rev. Mark Clark, late Rector of Thronell, diocese of Cashel.

L.C. 10 August 1865
At Kilkea Church, by the Rev. George Burkitt, the Rev. Richard Goold, vicar of Killard, diocese of Killaloe, to Fanny Charlotte, daughter of the late Hughes Russell, Esq., formerly of this city.

C.F. 10 June 1865
At Christ Church Cork, Shapland Greaves, Esq., H.M.’s 3rd Regt., son of the late Charles Greaves, Esq., Brookvale, county Waterford, to Margheretta Alice, daughter of the late Charles Paul Dawson, Esq., Killaloe, county Clare.

L.C. 21 February 1865
At St. Georges Church, Dublin, Unimore Newenham, son of Newenham E.E. Graydon, Esq., Summer-hill, Dublin, to Georgina Ricardia, youngest daughter of the late Richard George Brew, Esq., of applevale, county Clare.

See: Ryan

See: Jones

See: Mahon

S.C. 1 march 1865
Hanrahan and Comyn-On the 22nd inst., at the R.C. Church, Ballyvaughan, by the Rev. Andrew Hanrahan, P.P. Kilchreest, co. Galway (Brother to bridegroom), assisted by the Rev. Mr. Ryder, P.P., Ballyvaughan, Mary, Eldest daughter of P. Comyn, Esq., Bishops Quarter, Ballyvaughan, to Mr. Patrick Hanrahan, Roxton, Corofin.

D.E.M. 4 October 1865
Jones and Babington-Oct 12, in Moviddy Church, county of Cork, by the Rev. Edward George Jones, Incumbent of Kilmurry, and brother of the bridegroom, Rev. Richard Bathroy Jones, Vicar of sixmilebridge, county of Clare, to Angela, fifth daughter of the Rev. Hume Babington, Rector of Moviddy.

S.C. 3 June 1865
Jones and Gunson-On Monday last, at St. Michael’s Church, by the Rev. Mr. Hall, Mary Anne, daughter of the late Mr. Richard Gunson of Glenlour Cottage, county Clare, to Captain John Jones, of this city.

C.F. 28 January 1865
On the 25th inst., at St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. John Nash Griffin, Henry Keane, Esq., of Beech park, County Clare, to Aphra, daughter of John Locke, Esq., of Dublin, and widow of the late Alexander Casey, Esq., of Spanish Point, county Clare.

L.C. 1 august 1865
At the Roman Catholic Chapel, Six-mile-bridge, James Kelly, Esq., Lodge, to Mary Anne, daughter of John O’Halloran, Esq., Iverstown House, both in the county of Clare.

L.C. 10 June 1865
On the 5th inst., in the Catholic church of Kilmessan, by the Right Rev. Dr. Nulty, Coadjutor Bishop of Meath, John, eldest son of James Kelly of Cahircon, and grandson of John Kelly, D.L., Ballintlea Park, county Clare, to Helen Maria, only child of John J. Preston, Esq., Ballinter, co. Meath.

D.E.M. 19 October 1865
Kinihan and Kinihan-Oct 19, in Monkstown Church, John, Assistant-surgeon, Royal Horse Artillery, son of the Rev. John Kinihan, A.M., Barrister-at-law.

See: Maher

L.C. 15 June 1865
June 14, at St. Stephen’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. James Walsh, M.A., brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. James Walsh, M.A., Alexander Lingard, Esq. Leeson Park, second son of the late Captain Lingard, of Cooga, county of Clare, to Lissie, fourth daughter of Marcus Moses, Esq. Winton-road.

See: Keane

C.J. 20 July 1865
At the Private Chapel of Kilcornan, J. Wilson Lynch, Esq., of Duras, county Galway, and Belvoir, county Clare, to Fanny, second daughter of the late Sir Thomas Rendington, C.B., of Kilcornan, county Galway.

See: Vereker

L.C. 8 July 1865
At Kennitty, on Wednesday, 5th july, by the Rev. John Exshaw, M.A., George McBryde, Esq., of Tulla, to Jane Josephine, youngest daughter of the late Daniel Mitchell, Esq., Knockarley.

L.C. 15 February 1865
At the Cathedral, Killaloe, on Wednesday, by the Rev. Mr. Vereker, Mr. James McCormack, of this City, to Anna, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Clements, Killaloe.

See: Burkitt

See: Ryall

See: Christy

L.C. 28 February 1865
On Saturday the 28th inst., at Murroe Chapel, by the Rev. Mr. Ryan, President of Thurles College, uncle to the bride, Patrick McNamara, Esq., of Athlunkard, county Clare, eldest son of our esteemed fellow-citizen, Denis McNamara, Esq., of Corbally, to Margaret, fifth daughter of Timothy Ryan, Esq., of Cappawhite, county Limerick.

C.F. 4 March 1865
On 25th inst., at Murroe Chapel, Patrick Mcnamara, Esq., of Athlunkard, county Clare, Margaret, fifth daughter of Timothy Ryan, esq., of Cappawhite, Limerick.

See: Adair

L.C. 11 July 1865
At St. Bridget’s Roman Catholic Church, Kildare, Patrick Maher, Esq., of Kilrush, to Mary, daughter of the late Patrick Lee, Esq., of the Abbey, county Kildare.

C.F. 29 April 1865
On the 26th inst., at St. Stephen’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. T. Marshal, M.A. (cousin of the bride), Rector of Dunshaughlin, Charles George Mahon, Esq., J.P., of New Park near this town, nephew to the O’Gorman Mahon, D.L., to Rosa Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late admiral Robert Hagan, and grand-daughter to the late Captain hall, Coldstream Guards, Park Hall, Notts. England.

L.C. 30 November 1865
At St. Michael’s Church, Kingstown, John Gregory Martyn, Esq., son of Gregory Martyn, Esq., Gregan’s Castle county Clare, and Fitzgibbon-street, Dublin, to Margaret Sophie, daughter of the late Daniel McCarthy, esq., of Glencurragh House, county Cork.

See: Pyne

See: McBryde

L.C. 9 November 1865
Nov. 8th, at St. Stephen’s Church, Upper Mount-street, Dublin, by the Rev. the Dean of St. Patrick’s, assisted by the Rev. T.R. Smith, Major William Mills Molony, late 22nd Regt., eldest son of James Molony, Esq., to Marianne Fannin, eldest daughter of the late Robert fannin, Esq., jun.

C.F. 6 May 1865
At Broadford church, county Clare, by the Rev. Richard Wilson, William Molony, Esq., Garruragh, to Anne Mary, daughter of Donatus Sampson, Esq., Broadford.

See: Cuffe

See: Woulfe

S.C. 11 Nov 1865

Morony and Carey-At Glin Roman Catholic Church, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. John Bunton, P.P., assisted by the Rev. David Quaid, C.C., John Morony of Kilrush, to Sarah Carey of Glin. After the ceremony the happy pair proceeded to Queenstown.

See: Lingard

L.C. 30 November 1865
At three castles, James O’Brien, Esq., D.L. Ballynalacken, county Clare, to Georgian M. Calcutt, Esq., widow of the late Francis MacNamara Calcutt, Esq., M.P., co. Clare

L.C. 21 February 1865
At the Church of the Catholic University, Morgan John O’Connell, Esq., of Ballylean Lodge, county Clare, and the Temple, London, to Mary Anna, only surviving child of Charles Bianconi, Esq., D.L., Longfield, county Tipperary.

S.C. 7th March 1865
On the 27th Ult: At the Roman Catholic Chapel, Cappamore, County Limerick, by the Rev. Patrice Ryan, uncle to the bride, assisted by the Rev. M. Cleary, P.P., V.G., Patrick, eldest son of John O’Halloran, Esq., Six-mile-bridge, county Clare, to Honoria, eldest daughter of Thomas Ryan, Esq., Ballinahinch, county Tipperary.

See: Frost

See Kelly

See: Corry

See: Beckley

D.E.M. 13 September 1865
Pounds and Fitzgerald-Sept 7, in St. Mary Magdelene, Bermondsey, by the Rev. J. Stewart, Wm. H. Pounds, Esq., to Marian Priscilla, second daughter of Captain William Fitzgerald, and granddaughter of the late Captain William Borough, R.N., of Querin House, county of Clare.

L.C. 2 March 1865
Feb. 28th, at Castle Connell, by the Rev. Thos. Fitzgerald French, Mr. William Powell of Tulla, to Margaret Letitia, daughter of the late Mr. William Canter, of Grange, county Limerick.

See: Kelly

L.C. 16 September 1865
On the 14th instant, at Ennis Church, by the Rev. Charles Ward, Rector of Kilmurry, John Pyne, Esq., 10th Regt., to Rebecca, third daughter of James Menzies Esq., Jail Street, Ennis, county Clare.

See: Lynch

See: Goold

C.F. 8 June 1865
June 1st, in the Presbyterian Church, Glentworth street, Limerick, by the Rev. O. Wilson, D.D., John Charles, youngest son of the late John Charles Ryall, Esq., auctioneer, Ennis, to Hanna Maria, relict of the late David McClure, Esq., of Clare street, Limerick, and youngest daughter of the late James Burkitt, Esq., Dublin.

L.C. 27 May 1865
On Wednesday the 24th inst., at Kildysart Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. James Hickey, P.P., Askeaton, cousin to the bridegroom, assisted by the Revs. Mesers., Roughan, Reed, and Daly, Laurence Ryan, Esq., of Rock Abbey, grandnephew to the late Right Rev. Doctor Ryan, Lord Bishop of Limerick, to Emily Mary Frances, eldest daughter of Thomas Guinane, Esq., Kildysart – No cards sent.

See: McNamara

See: O’Halloran

See: Molony

L.C. 27 July 1865
July 25, in St. Stephen’s church, Dublin, by the Rev. R.T. Smith, Strellet Jackson Scott, Esq., of Knapogue Castle, in the county of Clare, to Mary Letitia, elder daughter of the late Charles Widenham Fosbery, Esq., of Castle Gray, in this county.

See: Wilmington

L.C. 16 September 1865
At Manfield, on Thursday the 14th instant., by the Lord Bishop of Killaloe, assisted by the Rev. Constantine Yeoman, M.A., vicar, Thomas Charles Johnson, second son of George Sowerby, Esq. of Pettridge, Bury, in the county of Herts, to Juliana Cecilla, eldest daughter of Richard Bassett Wilson, Esq. of Cliffe, in the North Riding of the county of York

See: Delmege

See: Butler

L.C. 8 July 1865
On Wednesday the 5th instant, at Donnybrook Church, county Dublin, by the Rev. T, Fitzgerald, Henry Vereker, Esq., youngest and only surviving son of the late Major J. Vereker, and nephew of the late Viscount Gort, to Martha, third daughter of the late Phillip McAdam, Esq., of Blackwater, county Clare.

S.C. 7 January 1865
On the 5th inst. At the Parish Church of Quin, by the Rev. Richard Studdert, Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Newsome Willis, Rector of Borrisokane, brother-in-law of the bride groom, and Rev. Henry Burroughs, William Walshe, Esq., S.I.E., second son of the late Jonathan Willington, Walshe, Esq., of Walsh Park, co. Tipperary, to Susan Anne, third daughter of John Singleton, Esq., of Quinville Abbey, County Clare.

L.C. 3 august 1865
On the 2nd august, at St. anne’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Robert Fleming, M.A., brother-in-law to the bride, George westropp, Esq., of Wilton House, county Cork, to Henrietta, daughter of the late William Johnson Westropp, Esq., of Roxborough, county Limerick, and niece to the first Viscount Guillamore.

See: Sowerby

L.C. 13 May 1865
On the 8th inst., at Lahinch, Francis Woulfe, Esq., Corbally Lodge, Kilkee, to marian, daughterof the late John B. Moran, Esq. Lahensy.

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