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January 30, at Brook Lodge, Ennis, county Clare, Thomas SAMPSON, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 1 Feb 1854

On the 7th inst., at Corgrigg, county Clare, Bridget, relict of Gerald GRIFFIN, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 11 May 1848

Marriages

At Westland-row, Dublin, Mr. C.G. MAHON, J.P., late 36th Regiment, of Ennis, to Matilda H., daughter of the late J.B. BUTLER, J.P., of Glenwilliam, co. Clare, Aug. 24.
Pall Mall Gazette 28 Aug 1871

On the 12th inst., at Northumberland Avenue, Kingston...Thaddeus CARRIGE, of Rock Forest, Esq., County Clare, to Anna, daughter of the late John MURPHY, of Woodford, Esq. County Tipperary.
Freeman's Journal 14 Oct 1846

On Sunday, Mr. Patrick CAHILL, of Subahusa, county Clare, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Andy MARINAN, and grandniece of Lord Lynhurst. Limerick Star
reported in The Examiner (London) 11 Mar 1838


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On the 18th inst., Charlotte, relict of Edward O'CALLAGHAN, Esq. Of Coolready, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 26 Jun 1845

On the 9th instant, at Newgrove, county Clare, aged 73, Thomas BROWNE, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 13 Feb 1847

On the 16th instant, at Snugville, county Clare, of typhus fever, Edward Greene MAHON, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 21 May 1847

On the 11th inst., at Ennis, county Clare, Daniel MULVILLE, Esq., of Knockanira.
Freeman's Journal 20 Jan 1848

On the 14th inst., at Cove [Cobh], Annie, daughter of William SMYTHE, Esq. of Castlefergus, Co. Clare.
Freeman's Journal 20 Jan 1848

On the 7th instant, at Corgrigg, county Clare, Bridget, relict of Gerald GRIFFIN, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 11 May 1848

June 22, at Newton, county Clare, Mrs. Welsh, wife of the Rev. Richard WELSH.
Freeman's Journal 27 Jun 1848

May 15, at his residence in Ennis, county Clare, Ireland, age 69 years, Mr. John LEECH..
The Bristol Mercury 26 May 1849

September 16, Lilian Gertrude, aged one year and ten months, second daughter of John G. MARTYN,
of Gregan's Castle, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 21 Sep 1874

HENN, Lieutenant Thomas R., son of Mr. Thomas R. Henn, D. L., pf Paradise-Hill, in the county Clare, killed in the battle of Kushk-i-Narhud, Afghanistan, aged 30, July 27.
Pall Mall Gazette (London) 11 Sep 1880

Mr. Theobold BUTLER, of Ballyline House, county Clare, died a few days ago. He caused a flutter in Clare society by marrying the daughter of his herdsman...changing his faith from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism at the same time. He has died intestate, leaving two daughters. Aged 30.
The Leeds Mercury 20 Feb 1886

On the 29th inst., in Upper Merrion-street, Mary, second daughter of the late Rev. Robert WELDON, rector of Ennis, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 5 Mary 1847

September 13, at 9 Prince's Street, Tralee, Frances, widow of George SMITH, and eldest daughter of the late Richard Dickson DAXON, of Carradota, County Clare, aged 64 years.
Belfast News-Letter 16 Sep 1890

At 1 Beechview terrace, Glasnevin, Mary, relict of the late Daniel MCCARTHY, M.D., and last surviving daughter of the late T.D. HUNT, Esq., JP, co. Clare, aged 90 years. Funeral...at Glasnevin Churchyard.
Freeman's Journal 10 Feb 1890

Sept. 8, aged 56 years, James Lysaght FINNEGAN, barrister-at-law, ex-M.P. for Ennis, Co., Clare, and late of London. Interment from the residence of his brother, 16 Veralum-street, arriving at Ford Cemetery.
The Liverpool Mercury 11 Sep 1900

Marriages

On the 21st instant, at Ballysheen House, county Clare, Thomas SAMPSON, Esq. Of Brook Lodge, son of the late Denis Sampson, Esq. of St. Catherine's, to Bessie, daughter of George WATSON, Esq. of
Ballysheen House.
Freeman's Journal 27 Feb 1846

June 21, at St. Mary's Church, John BUNTON, Esq., solicitor, of Ennis, county Clare, to Anne, fifth daughter of the late T. BUNTON, Esq., of Limerick.
Freeman's Journal 27 Jun 1848

On the 23rd instant, in St. Mary's Church, and afterwards in the Metropolitan Church, Marlborough-street, Robert Johnson, Esq., son of Captain Johnson of Aughicashel, in the county Leitrim, to Katherine, daughter to Francis MCNAMARA, Esq., of Arran View in the county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 28 Dec 1848

April 11, at Corofin, county Clare, of cholera, Anne, wife of Daniel MURRAY, Esq., sub-inspector of Constabulary.
Freeman's Journal 19 Apr 1849

September 28, Ellen, relict of Anthony KERIN, Esq., of Ballyaly, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 4 Oct 1849

December 9, at Green Park, Ennis, in the county Clare, John MCNAMARA, Esq., M.D., late Assistant-Surgeon in the 30th Regiment.
Freeman's Journal 14 Dec 1853

January 30, at Brook Lodge, Ennis, county Clare, Thomas SAMPSON, Esq.
Freeman Journal 1 Feb 1854

December 18, in Glasgow, Robert, eldest son of Francis N. KEANE, Esq., of Hermitage, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 24 Dec 1855

Aug. 15th, at Brunswick chapel, Whitby, by the Rev. James Parsons, of York, Edward SINGLETON, Esq., J.P., county of Clare, to Sarah Lydia, daughter of John Rawson, Esq., of Woodhouse Hall, Huddenfield.
The Leeds Mercury 18 Aug 1866

September 21, at the Parish Church, Ballivor, County Meath, by the Rev. John E. Preston, M.A., Richard M. Dane, M.A., Barrister-at-law (Northwest Circuit),, third son of the late William Auchinleck
Dane, of Killyreagh, County Fermanagh, Esq., to Kate, second daughter of the late Rev. Frederick
Eldon BARNES, M.A., Head Master of Ennis College and Rector of Kilmaley, County Clare.
Belfast News-Letter 26 Sep 1882

Feb, 21, at the Church of the Catholic University, Morgan John O'CONNELL, Esq., of Ballylean
Lodge, county Clare, and the Temple, London, to Mary Anne, only surviving child of Charles
Bianconi, Esq, D.L., Longfield, county Tipperary. [This apparently is a cousin of The Liberator,
and the Bianconi family is also connected with the McMahons of Clare]
Freeman's Journal 22 Feb 1865


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At Burton Hill, county Clare, Catherine Louisa STEEL, daughter of Edward Hodges GOGGIN, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 29 April 1857

In Galway, Edward MAGUIRE, Esq. A.B., Queen's College, to Bedilia, fifth daughter of the late Charles O'LOUGHLIN, Esq. of Newton Castle, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 4 May 1857

November 5, at Boulogne-sur-Mer, Cuthbert Butler BASEMAN [surname not entirely clear], fifth son of the late Captain CREAGH, R. N., of Cahirbane, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 12 Nov 1858

November 29, at No. 3 Swift's-row, Mr. Jonathan Thomas GREGG, youngest son of the late Jonathan Gregg, Esq., barrister-at-law, The Hermitage, Ennis, county Clare, aged 59 years.
Freeman's Journal 30 Nov 1858

January 6, at Tinerane, county Clare, Lieutenant Colonel George SCOTT, late 6th Bengal Calvary.
Freeman's Journal 12 Jan 1859

In Torquay, Elizabeth Frances, widow of Townshand Monckton HALL, Esq., formerly of Brius, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 10 Jun 1859

September 27, at Glanduff Case [sic], Eyre IEVERS, J.P., for the counties Limerick and Clare.
Freeman's Journal 3 Oct 1860

October 20, suddenly at Vesey-place, Kingston, Mrs. ARMSTRONG, aged 76, widow of the late William Henry Armstrong, Esq., of Mount Heston, King's County and daughter of Colonel Charles
MACDONNELL, of New Hall, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 23 Oct 1860

December 14, Mr. F.W. BURTON, of Clifden House, Corofin, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 19 Dec 1860

January 19, at Derreen, county Clare, after a brief illness, Joseph LYSAGHT, Esq., in the 100th year of his age, having been born in 1762.
Freeman's Journal 25 Jan 1862

January 21, at Carhircon, county Clare, Margaret, widow of Edward ROCHE, Esq., of Trabogan, county Cork and mother of Lord Fermoy.
Freeman's Journal 25 Jan 1862

January 26, at Meelick, Honoria, relict of Richard FLOYD, Esq., Waterville, Ennis.
Freeman Journal 29 Jan 1863

At her residence, Kingstown, Jane, relict of the late T. BREW, Esq., R.M., counties Clare and Galway.
Belfast News-Letter 18 Jan 1867

June 24, at Currenrue, county Clare, Samuel BINDON, Esq., J.P., at the advanced age of 87. Frequently during his long illness, he had sent for the Rev. Francis ARTHUR, P.P., Kinvara. On the 1st of June, Father Arthur imparted the rites of the Catholic Church to the old gentleman. After mass offered by the Rev. P. BYRNE in deceased's house, his remains were removed to the beautiful old Abbey of Corcomroe...Mr. Bindon was connected with some of the highest and oldest Protestant families in Limerick, Clare, and Galway... Galway Vindicator
reported in Freeman's Journal 6 Jul 1867

February 16, at Salt Hill, county Galway, Gregory MARTYN, of Grogan's Castle, county Clare, aged 65 years.
Freeman's Journal 12 Mar 1877

Marriages

September 17, at the Church of St. Andrew, Westland row...John Michael O' CALLAGHAN, Esq. of
Ashgrove, Dundrum, youngest son of the late Richard O'Callaghan, Esq., of Smythstown, county Meath, to Anna Mary, third daughter of James ROUGHAN, Esq., of Carregoal, county Clare and grand-daughter of the late Thomas D'ARCY, Esq. of Tremblestown, county Dublin.

September 21, at Parteen Church, by the Right Rev. Dr. Falton, Lord Bishop of Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora, Thomas GREENE, Esq., Ennis, to Mary, eldest daughter of John MCDONNELL, Esq., Fairy-hill, co. Clare.
Freeman's Journal 23 Sep 1858

October 13, at Adare, W. Fosbery, Esq., son of the late Fosbery, Esq. Of Grey-bridge, county Limerick, to Jane, daughter of the late John SCOTT, Esq., of Fir-grove, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 15 Oct 1858

February 10, at St. Andrew's Church, Westland-row, Helenus WHITE, Esq., Limerick, to Lizzie, third daughter of the late John MCMAHON, of Firgrove, county Clare, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 11 Feb 1859

On October 29, at St. Thomas Church, in the city, by the Rev. Theobald Butler, John Butler TYDD, of Hermitage, county Clare, to Mathilda Caroline, only daughter of Captain BUTLER, of Winterfield House, county Galway.
Freeman's Journal (Dublin) 1 Nov 1859

June 27, at Newport, Tipperary, William MARRETT, Esq. of Ballycahane, county Clare, and the Bank of Ireland, Belfast, to Christiana, second daughter of the late Edward PARKER, Esq., for many years
Clerk of the Peace and Crown for the city of Limerick.
Freeman's Journal 4 Jul 1860

January 15, at the Metropolitan Church, Marlborough-street, Lawrence Alfred RENEHAN, Esq., L.R.C.S.I., of “The Elms,” Finglas, eldest son of Thomas Renehan, of Rathpatrick, county Kilkenny, and nephew of the late Dr. Renehan, President of Maynooth College, to Helena Mary, eldest daughter of the late Michael GAVIN, Esq., of Cappa House, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 17 Jan 1862

January 15, at Templebarry, county Tipperary, Robert Lidwell BROWN, Esq., second son of John
Brwn, Esq. Of Clonboy, county Clare, to Margaret, daughter of the late Colonel Cradock of Hartforth Hall, Yorkshire.
Freeman's Journal 22 Jan 1862

June 9, at St. Audeon's Church, High-street, by the Rev. J. Lynch, C.C. A.D.L. O'CALLAGHAN, Esq., county Clare, to Charlotte Christiana, eldest daughter of the late Michael JONES, Esq., formerly of Mount Ruby House, Mallow, county Cork.
Freeman's Journal 11 June 1862

August 4, at the church of St. Andrew, Westland row, by the Rev. Theobald Mathew, brother of the bridegroom, Captain John James MATHEW, son of the late Francis Mathew, Esq. of Rockview,
county Tipperary, to Delia, daughter of John FOSTER, Esq. of Rinrow, county Clare, and Norman
Grove, county Galway.
Freeman's Journal 7 Aug 1863

March 3, by special license, at St. Andrew's church, Westland-row...Daniel CARTIN, Esq., Grove Villa, county Dublin, to Kate Mary, eldest daughter of John FOSTER, Esq., of Rinroe, county Clare, and Norman Grove, county Galway.
Freeman's Journal 6 Mar 1866

November 18, at St. Andrew's Church, Westland row...Thomas MCMAHON, Esq., Knockbrane, county Clare, eldest son of the late John McMahon, Esq., to Marcella, daughter of the late James LYNCH, Esq., Windfield, county Galway.
Freeman's Journal 19 Nov 1863

September 24, at Trinity Church, Rathmines, Dublin...Cormac M. CULLINAN, Esq., staff assistant
surgeon, second son of Michael Cullinan, Esq., solicitor of Stamer Park, Ennis, county Clare, to Rebecca Sophia, fourth daughter of the late James FITZGERALD, Esq., solicitor, of this city.
Freeman's Journal (Dublin) 27 Sep 1866

September 7, at the Church of St. Andrew, Westland-row...John NOLAN, Esq., of Garra, in the county of Galway, youngest son of Anthony Nolan, Esq., of Derra, in the county of Clare, Mary, daughter of the late Andrew GRAVES, Esq., of Derrynavara, in the Queen's County.
Freeman's Journal 8 Sep 1871

December 2, at St. Peter's Parish Church, Dublin...Thomas BLAUQUIERE, Esq., third son of Edward
Blauquiere, Esq., Fiddanore Castle, Gort, Co. Galway, to Lizzie, second daughter of the late John
LOPDELL, Esq., Derryowen, Co. Clare.
Belfast News-Letter 5 Dec 1874

November 25, at the Pro-Cathedral of St. Nicholas, Galway...Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late
Patrick GUILFOYLE, Esq., Springfield, County Galway, and niece of Thomas KYNE, Esq., J.P., Galway, to Michael HOGAN, Esq., Corofin, County Clare, oldest son of T. Hogan, Esq., Lakeview, County Clare.
Freeman's Journal 2 Dec 1873

February 9, by special license, at the residence of the bride's father, Castle Fergus, county Clare, by the Rev. Jeremiah Vaughan, P.P., Doora, Charles Staunton CAHILL, Esq., of Rose Park, county Galway, to Jane Elizabeth, second daughter of John KERIN, Esq.
Freeman Journal 16 Feb 1876


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June 6, at Ennis, Mary Anne, wife of W. WILLIAMS, Esq., Inspector of the county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 8 June 1853

May 26, at Ennis, county Clare, James O'GORMAN, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 30 May 1855

January 21, at Buncraggy House, James O'GORMAN, Esq., brother of the two venerated clergymen of that name who were parish priests in succession of Clare Castle, and brother-in-law of the Very Rev. Timothy KELLY, P.P., Kilrush.
Freeman's Journal 24 Jan 1861

At Garranboy, county Clare, aged 82 years, Mr. J. SCANLAN, father of the Rev. Michael Scanlan, P.P., Cloughjordon.
Freeman's Journal 14 Apr 1856

March 27, at her residence, 35 Garville-avenue, Rathgar, Mary, widow of Michael D'ALTON, late of
Woodpark, in the county of Clare.
Freeman's Journal 28 Mar 1878

May 7, at Tirrell, near Penrith, Cornelius BLAKE, aged 65 years, son of the late Anthony Blake, Esq., Dunsallagh, and nephew of the late Cornelius O'BRIEN, M.P., Birchfield, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 15 May 1878

August 12, at Warrington, aged 22 years, Fanny Mary, the beloved wife of F.C. LODER, Esq., 82nd Regiment, and elder daughter of G.C. O'CALLAGHAN, Esq., of Ballinahuick [sic], county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 20 Aug 1879

March 10, 1890, at his residence, 14 Grenville street, Michael, the beloved husband of Mary WHELAN, aged 25 years, native of Co. Clare....Australian papers please copy.
Freeman's Journal 13 Mar 1890

Marriages

December 2, at Cratice Church, by the Rev. M. O'Connor, P.P., Clare Abbey, Joseph P. CUFFE, Esq., oldest son of Laurence Cuffe, Esq., of Alma-terrace, Monkston, to Jane O'BRIEN, third daughter of Augustine MORAN, Esq., of Willbrook, county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 5 Dec 1865


Calls to the Bar – In our list...the following name was omitted by mistake: - Bryan O'LOGHLEN, A.B.,
T.C.D., second son of the late Honourable Sir Michael O'Loghlen, Bart., Master of the Rolls in Ireland, of Drumconora, county of Clare.
Freeman's Journal 14 Apr 1856


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At her father,s house, Laura Anna Matilda, only surviving child of L. Vassal, Esq., of Brook House, Old Sudbury, Glocestershire, and wife of Robert Ker D'Esterre, Esq., of Rossmaunha [sic], county Clare, Ireland.
Jacksons' Oxford Journal 15 Mar 1834

A few days since, at Montpelier, the residence of his brother, O'Gorman Mahan, in the prime of life, William Richard MAHON, Esq., of Newpark, in the county of Clare.
The Examiner (London) 15 July 1838

Nov. 28, at Cargnagour, county Clare, Mr. Michael Considine, at the advanced age of 110.
Liverpool Mercury 13 Dec 1844

At Knock, county Clare, Richard O'DONNELL, Esq.,
Freeman's Journal 17 Mar 1848

On the 7th inst., at Viewmount, county Clare, aged 84 years, Malachy O'LOGHLEN, Esq.
The Morning Chronicle (London) 15 Oct 1852

At Wood Park, county Clare, Elizabeth, relict of Michael Eyre DALTON, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 12 Sep 1853

November 11, at Kells, county Clare, James O'BRYEN, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 14 Nov 1855

At Dronogue Castle, county Clare, William MONSELL, only son of George C. Hodges, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 2 Jan 1856

June 26, at Shepperton, county Clare, aged 87 years, Anne, relict of Phillip SMITH, Esq., of Cherrymount, county Meath.
Freeman's Journal 30 June 1856

On the 16th inst., aged 43, Francis Macnamara CALCUTT, Esq., M.P. For Clare.
Glasgow Herald 24 July 1863

MAHON, Francis G., daughter of the late Mr. C., of Corbally, co. Clare, at Rome, March 31.
Pall Mall Gazette 8 Apr 1871

MACDONNELL, Margaret A., daughter of the late Colonel Edward, of New Hall, county Clare, Ireland, at Highgate, aged 66, Sept. 6
The Pall Mall Gazette 18 Sep 1873

CROWE, wife of Captain George P.H., at Carhircalla, Ennis, county Clare, June 6.
Pall Mall Gazette 11 June 1880

April 26, 1882, at Summerhill, county Clare, Helena, wife of the late Berkeley VINCENT, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 3 May 1882

Marriages

At Wingfield Lodge, the residence of the lady's mother, in the county of Clare, James O'DOWD, Esq.,
barrister-at-law, to Elisa, daughter of the late Edward D'ALTON, of Woodpark, in the same county.
The Morning Chronicle (London) 5 Sep 1834

On the 24th inst., in Limerick, Captain R.W. Cradock, of Hartforth-hall, Yorkshire, to Isma Helen, second daughter of John BROWN, esq., J.P. Of Clonboy, county Clare, and George-street, Limerick.
Morning Chronicle 27 July 1855

On the 29th ult. [ultimo, meaning last] at Bray Church, Commander William Gore JONES, Royal Navy, son of John Gore Jones, Esq., of Rockley, county Sligo, to Arabella Mellora, third daughter of Thomas
FURNELL, Esq., of Heathmount, county Clare.
Morning Chronicle 5 Dec 1855

On the 13th inst., at Tulla, the Rev. William WOODS, of Timogue, diocese of Ferns, to Letitia Jane,
daughter of the late Francis GORE, of Tyredagh, Esq., county Clare.
Morning Chronicle (London) 19 Oct 1859

November 23, at Three Castles, James O'BRIEN, Esq., D.L., Ballynalacken, County Clare, to Georgina M., widow of the late Francis MacNamara CALCUTT, M.P., County Clare.
Belfast News-Letter 2 Dec 1865

July 28, at Clontar Church, Henry V. D'ESTERRE, Esq., of Rossmanagher, county Clare, to Mary E.
SANDES, daughter of the late Wm. Sandes, of Morgans, county Limerick, Esq.
Freeman's Journal 6 Aug 1866

September 5, 1891, at the Cathedral, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, by the Rev. P. O'Kelly, Mdlle [sic]
Marie Margarete, third daughter of Monsieur Nono (Professor of Music), Ennis, to Albert Wilson
Hartley-Snow, {“Sequah”) of Hartford, Conn., U.S.A.
Freeman's Journal 9 Sep 1891


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At Koonard, county Clare, in his 70th year, Captain Jonas E. WALSH, formerly of the 5th Fusilliers, in which regiment he served during the Peninsular war, for which he received the war medal and ten clasps.
Freeman's Journal 23 Sep 1862

MACDONNELL, Margaret A., daughter of the late Colonel Edward of New Hall, county Clare, Ireland, at Highgate, age 66, Sept. 6.
Pall Mall Gazette 18 Sep 1873

Recently at Abbew View, Thomas CORBETT, brother of Rev. Daniel Corbett, Quin, and nephew of the late Doctor MACMAHON, Bishop of Killaloe, aged 80 years.
Irish World and American Industrial Liberator (New York) 2 Aug 1890

At Ballagh, Quin, December 22, Patrick CORBETT, of Derreen, Clare Castle, age 98 years.
Irish World 23 Jan 1892

April 12, at the residence of her son, Rev. J. Howard, Crusheen, Mrs. Mary Anne HOWARD, in her 75th year.
Irish World 14 May 1892 p. 6, col. A

Marriages

On the 24th inst., at Ballyvaughan Church, Richard BREW, Esq., Lieutenant H.M.'s 1st West India Regiment, eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Brew, rector of Tulla, to Rebecca GREENE, youngest daughter of the Rev. Hugh Brady HULEATT, rector of Rathborney, in the county of Clare.
Morning Chronicle (London) 30 Mar 1854

Nov. 29, at No. 3 Swift's-row, Mr. Jonathan Thomas GREGG, youngest son of the late Jonathan Gregg, Esq., barrister-at-law, The Hermitage, Ennis, county Clare, aged 59 years.
Freeman's Journal 30 Nov 1858

On the 29th ult., at St. Michael's Church, Limerick, Thomas Stannard MACADAMS, of Ballyglass, in the county Clare, Esq., to Mary ATKINS, daughter of John Be__ [ Bevan ?] , Esq., J.P., Limerick.
Morning Chronicle 4 Apr 1859

At St. John the Baptist's, Highgate-road, Mr. William Mortimer, LL.D., York-street, Dublin, to Ellen W., widow of Mr. Charles FRASER, Ballycannane House, co. Clare, Nov. 3.
Pall Mass Gazette 5 Nov 1875

June 2, at the Church of St. Kevin, Harrington-street, b the Very Rev. Canon Murphy...Michael D'ALTON, Esq., Solictor, second son of the late Michael D'alton, Esq., Woodpark, county Clare, to Lizzie mary, daughter of William ROCHE, Esq., 72 Harcourt-street, Crown Solicitor for Limerick.
Freeman's Journal 4 Jun 1877

June 11, at the Cathedral, Marlborough-street, by the Rev. Father Donnelly, Wm. Fred. MOLONEY, son of Wm. Moloney, Esq., Ennis, county Clare, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Edward MacCready, P.I.G., 63 Mountjoy-square.
Freeman's Journal 15 June 1877

September 23, at the Church of St. Andrew, Westland Row, Dublin, by Rev. William Brennan, P.P., uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. Francis Brennan, uncle of the bride...John HEALY, Esq., Manus House, County Clare, to Mary, eldest daughter of Alderman Hugh Tarpey, J.P., High Sheriff of the city of Dublin.
Belfast News-Letter 25 Sep 1879

July 2, at the Pro-Cathedral...William Jones to Minnie, only daughter of the late Thomas MEIKLE, county Clare, Ireland.
Liverpool Mercury 4 Jul 1882

On April 23, by Rev. J. DONNELLAN, Ballinscally [sic], cousin to the bride...Peter HEALY, Castle Fergus, to El_e, daughter of the late Michael IBSON, Ballyvoe House, Ennis.
Irish World and American Industrial Liberator (New York) 24 May 1890


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A couple of slight corrections to one of the marriage notices posted by Sharon above:

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
O'Brien, third daughter of Augustine MORAN, Esq., of Willbrook,
county Clare.
Freeman's Journal 5 Dec 1865

This marriage notice has prompted me to do a little more research. Joseph and Jane have five children listed in the IGI.

The Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland), Saturday, December 15, 1888 reported Jane's death after just over 23 years of marriage:

CUFFE - Dec. 12, 1888, at 34 Elgin-road, Dublin, Jane O'Brien, dearly beloved wife of Joseph P Cuffe, Esq, J P. Funeral will leave above address on this, Saturday, morning at 9 o'clock for Glasnevin Cemetery.

The groom gets a mention or two in James Joyce's Ulysses, for Leopold Bloom was at one time `a clerk in the employment of Joseph Cuffe of 5 Smithfield for the superintendence of sales in the adjacent Dublin Cattle market on the North Circular road.'

The firm of Laurence Cuffe & Sons, cattle, corn & wool salesmen, is listed at 5 Smithfield in Thom's Directories of Dublin over many decades. As the business prospered, the Cuffes moved their residence first to Rathmines and later to Monkstown and other suburbs.

Another of Laurence Cuffe's children married a spouse from Clare within six months of Joseph's marriage:

Clare Freeman 22 May 1866
Patrick Frost Esq. of Castlebank, Co. Clare to Bedelia, 3rd daughter of Lawrence Cuffe Esq. Monkstown, Co. Dublin.

The Clare connection continued into the next generation:

In 1891, John H. de Courcy MacDonnell of Fairy Hill, Parteen married Eily O'Connell Fitzsimon, daughter of Henry O'Connell Fitzsimon and his wife Elizabeth Jane Cuffe. The Fitz-Simon (sic) pedigree is in Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland (1958 ed., pp.288-290). The Fitzsimon/Cuffe marriage is in
The Morning Chronicle (London, England), Friday, June 11, 1858; Issue 28541:

MARRIAGES.
On the 8th inst., in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rathmines, Henry O'Connell Fitzsimon, Esq., youngest son of the late Christopher Fitzsimon, Esq., of Glancullen, county Dublin, and grandson of Daniel O'Connell, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of Laurence Cuffe, Esq., of Rathmines.

I wonder did Laurence Cuffe have an earlier family connection in Clare, or did he just make a habit of introducing his children to potential spouses on cattle-buying trips to the county!


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It should not be a surprise that Jane O'Brien Moran was named after her mother:

http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclar ... /notes.htm has a tombstone inscription:

Inserted into the east gable, in south-east angle of the chancel of the old church of Noughaval, is a slab with the following inscription: ‘Here lies the bodies * of Augustine Moran * of Ballymahony * died the 3rd January 1848 * aged 98 years. * Of his wife Isabel Moran * died the 21st January 1856 * aged 94 years.* Of Augustine Moran of Willbrook * died 8th October 1869 * aged 70 years. * And of his wife Jane Moran * alias O'Brien * died 18th June 1849 * aged 51 years. * May they rest in peace.’

It would appear that Augustine Moran of Ballymahony was father of Augustine Moran of Willbrook, although it is always dangerous to draw such inferences without further evidence.


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Paddy W.,

Thanks very much for ensuring that Cratloe Church is substituted for the "Cratice" that I saw on the imaged text. I remember wondering whether I should do something about that, but I had no reference to cite and many more items to
transcribe, so I left it in hopes that it might be clarified at some point.

I also appreciate the further background on the Cuffe family. I'll keep an eye out for something that might address the repeated intermarriages with Clare individuals in the mid to late 1800s. I have no background in Irish society of that time from a sociological perspective, but perhaps they were acting in line with the general trend to improve or solidify their social
standing. The Cuffes, being actively involved in the cattle business, were not so highly placed that the family would
not benefit from marrying into Clare families of long-standing higher status, and the Clare families perhaps found sufficient benefit from having a/another connection with the big-city panache of Dublin.

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As it turns out, my reading up at the Allen County Library in Indiana included every issue of The Other Clare, including a
definitive account of the Cuffe family provided in Vol. 18 (1994) at p. 28, R.B. Hobson's article entitled Maurice Cuffe of
Ennis and His Family. The first Maurice Cuffe to be in Clare was a Somerset, England resident who was taxed on his
house in Ennis as of 1634. English port records preserved many years of his shipping goods (including wool, skin and hides to England and bringing fancy goods back to Ireland) indicating that he was a merchant. By the latter half of the 1600s
this family had stopped using any residence in England and had a first intermarriage with the O'Briens. There is mention of
Bunratty Barony and Quin. One of the younger generation, Joseph, took up residence in Kilkenny, became mayor, and had 20 children. The article stops with his death in 1679.

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Thanks, Sharon. I will look up that Other Clare article when I get a chance.

I didn't realise when I posted the Cuffe information above that there was a triangle of marriages between Frosts, Morans and Cuffes:

On 23 Jan 1855, James Frost M.R.I.A., the famous Clare historian, married Bedelia Moran.

On 2 Dec 1865, Joseph Patrick Cuffe married Bedelia's sister Jane O'Brien Moran.

Finally, in May 1866, Patrick Frost, brother of James, married Bedelia Cuffe, sister of Joseph.

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Hi Sharon

I have now read the Other Clare article and followed up some of the references to Ivar O'Brien's `O'Brien of Thomond'. (Maurice Cuffe's daughter Elizabeth m. 8 Feb 1652 Joseph Deane; their daughter Elizabeth Deane married as her second husband the widowed Sir Donough O'Brien, 1st Bt., of Dromoland. There is no Moran in Ivar O'Brien's index, and O'Donoghue's History of the O'Briens has no index, so I cannot place Jane O'Brien (d.1849) who married Augustine Moran and whose daughter married a Cuffe.)

There is a big gap from Joseph Cuffe's death in 1679 to Laurence Cuffe, who was having children by 1840.

I suppose we cannot rule out the possibility that the latter, a Catholic cattle dealer, was descended from the former, a Protestant aristocrat, whose descendants included the Earls of Desart.

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Paddy,

Here's a bit more reading material to fill in the generations:
The genealogy of the existing British peerage By Edmund Lodge - Google book
p.140 takes the Kilkenny line to 1833

Description of (the second) Mrs. Maurice Cuffe's efforts in marrying off her 7 daughters,
including at least one to a Catholic gentleman:
http://www.askaboutireland.ie/show_narr ... ge_id=1478

Really complete description of the Cuffe family in Ireland"
The Peerage of Ireland By John Lodge, Mervyn Archdall - Google book
starts on p. 55 and describe the 7 sons of the first Maurice Cuffe; then on p. 61 describes the 7 daughters of the second Maurice Cuffe.

However, the really interesting result of this brief look into the Cuffe family is the article written by the first Maurice
Cuffe, who was a real Cromwellian, so no wonder that the family left Clare. Here he describes the nasty rebels of
Clare, by name, in detail:
Article by first Maurice Cuffe starts p. xv in
Narratives Illustrative of the Contests in Ireland in 1641 and 1690
By Thomas Crofton Croker, Royal Historical Society -- Google Book
also in "The Internet Archives" online collection, at:
http://www.archive.org/details/narrativ ... 00crokrich
p. 5 discusses theft of livestock from Gregory Hickman and George Colpis (Colpoys); also questioning of the Delohoyds; many mentions of McNamarows,
pp. 9-10 names who was in possession of specific Clare castles;
pp. 14-15 the names of the chief rebels of 1641 in Clare, with many O'Grady men

As to Catholic generations resulting from Protestant aristocrats, I offer my Donnellan family as an example. My family
chart, M. 467 (Genealogical Office, Dublin), starts with Nehemiah Donellan known as the (Protestant) Archbishop of Tuam (Galway) until his death in 1609, but his great grandson William (the first to reside in Clare) had a brother Teig who was a Catholic priest. Six generations later my East Clare parish records show the descendants as solidly Catholic and ripe for evictions of the mid-1800s because they did not all have the means to stay on their rented land. Yet, the Donnellan history also includes Anne Donnellan of Dublin, such a close friend of Mozart that she recieved a bequest upon his death.

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Here are two Cuffe men who did convert in the mid-1800s:

p. 93 (printed page 71) Cuffe, Captain, of Connaught, Ireland.

p. 93 Cuffe, John Otway, of St. Albans, co. Kilkenny, and of Grange, Queen's County, Ireland; grandson of the last Earl of Harborough.

in
Converts to Rome : a biographical list of the more notable converts to the Catholic Church in the United Kingdom during the last sixty years
Author: Gordon-Gorman, William James, 1858-
Publisher: London : Sands, 1910
http://www.archive.org/details/a583403600gorduoft


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Another slight correction to this one:

Quote:
Feb, 21, at the Church of the Catholic University, Morgan John O'CONNELL, Esq., of Ballylean
Lodge, county Clare, and the Temple, London, to Mary Anne, only surviving child of Charles
Bianconi, Esq, D.L., Longfield, county Tipperary. [This apparently is a cousin of The Liberator,
and the Bianconi family is also connected with the McMahons of Clare]
Freeman's Journal 22 Feb 1865


Morgan John O'Connell was a NEPHEW not a COUSIN of The Liberator.

Mary Anne Bianconi's brother Charles Bianconi Jr. was the first husband of Eily O'Connell Fitzsimon (1838-1919), granddaughter of The Liberator and aunt of the younger Eily O'Connell Fitzsimon (1869-1919) mentioned above. O'Connell Family Tracts by Basil O'Connell give the same year of death for both namesakes, aunt and niece.

I have posted more about the Bianconi family at viewtopic.php?f=1&t=697

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