Three London deaths, 1874-1879

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Three London deaths, 1874-1879

Post by Sduddy » Tue Jun 08, 2021 10:02 am

Clare Freeman, Sat 14 Feb 1874: Deaths. February 18, in London, Mr Thomas Smith, aged 31, brother of Mr George Smith, Postmaster, Clare Castle.

Clare Freeman, Sat 7 Mar 1874: Deaths. At London, on the 19th ult, of typhus fever, James O’Dea, Esq, Inland Revenue officer, in the 23rd year of his age, late of Clare Castle.

Clare Freeman, Wed 5 Feb 1879: Deaths. Casey – On the 22nd ult, at his residence, 12 Manor Place, Hackney, London, John Casey, Esq., late of the Admiralty, aged 46 years. The deceased gentleman was a native of Ennis, and his sudden demise the result of a fit of apoplexy, will be much regretted by a large circle of friends. Colonial papers please copy.
Clare Freeman, Wed 5 Feb 1879: By an obituary notice it will be seen that Mr John Casey, brother-in-law of Mr Daniel Shank, builder, Causeway, Ennis, died in London on the 22nd ult, at the early age of 48 years. He was connected with the Admiralty, highly respected in his official position and deeply regretted by all who knew him.

Sheila

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