Some death notices, 1862

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Some death notices, 1862

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Clare Journal, Thur 2 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 30th instant, at his residence, Lisduff Cottage, in this county, Michael Foley, Esq., deservedly regretted by all who knew him.

Clare Journal, Mon 6 Jan 1862: Sudden Death of Terence Healy, Esq., of Manus House. Many of our readers are aware that on Friday last this lamented gentleman left his residence at Manus in perfect health, and had not proceeded many yards from his gate, when, attacked by a sudden feeling of illness, he returned to his house where he expired in a few minutes. It seldom happens that nay gentleman is placed in so many different positions as were filled by Mr. Healy, and the good fortune with which he was enabled to secure the universal esteem and respect prove him to have been gifted with talent and acquirements of no ordinary character.
It is well known that he was for several years past amongst the foremost to introduce an improved system of agriculture into this part of the country; and his taste and judgement in the selection and breeding of stock were admitted by every person competent to form an opinion; indeed, his tillage, his stock, and his general mode of managing his extensive farming operations attracted general notice and admiration. […] His sudden death, at the comparatively early age of 38, is a source of inexpressible grief to his bereaved widow and young family. [more]

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Jan 1862: Death of Mrs. Kean.
It is with regret that we have to publish today, the death of Mrs. Eliza Kean, widow of the late Robert Kean, Esq., of Hermitage, near this town, which took place on Thursday last, at her residence, Lower Pembroke-street, Dublin. The promise of the perfect and the upright was hers, as she was one “who feared God, and eschewed evil.” She came to her grave in a ripe old age, like as a “shock of corn cometh in his season.”
Death of Miss Sophia Cullinan. The grim tyrant – Death – has again invaded our town. His conquests during the past few weeks have seemingly been insufficient to satisfy his insatiable appetite; and once more he comes in his sable majesty to number with other departed spirits one dear and beloved. In the morning of her life, and in the bloom of beauty, and in the vigour of womanhood, Miss Sophia Cullinan, daughter of our much respected townsman, M. Cullinan, Esq., Solicitor, has been taken prematurely from our midst. [more].

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 7th instant, at her residence, Kilkee, Mrs. Mahony, wife of Mr. Martin Mahony, victualler.
At Killard, in this county, John McMahon Blackall, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 17th instant, in Mill-street, at an advanced age, Mr. A. Molony, an old and respected inhabitant of this town.

Clare Journal, Thur 23 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 19th instant, at Derreen, in this county, after a brief illness, and receiving the holy rights of the Catholic Religion, to which he was through life devotedly attached, Joseph Lysaght, Esq., in the 100th year of his age, having been born in 1762. The deceased gentleman belonged to one of the principal branches of this ancient septal name, and was highly and extensively connected with very many of the leading families of this and neighbouring counties. He enjoyed all through his long life admirable health; and was seldom or ever known until his final illness to be indisposed or confined to his room by sickness. All that is mortal now of this worthy gentleman rests with his ancestors in the family mausoleum, in the Cathedral of Kilfenora, the chief burial place of this old race, being thus united in death as the various branches were known and admired to have been in life.
On the 19th instant, at Annagh, in this county, after a short illness, aged 56, Mr. Denis Slattery, P.L.G., and Vice-Chairman of the Scariff Union. Than deceased, few men of his class could be more universally esteemed. In private, he was obliging and benevolent; in public, patriotic, intelligent and uncompromising, and his death is a source of deep regret to all who knew him.
On the 21st instant, at Cahircon, in this county, Margaret, widow of Edward Roche, Esq., of Trabolgan, county Cork, and mother of Lord Fermoy.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Feb 1862: Death of the Rev. D. Lynch, P.P.
It is with feelings of deep regret that we have to announce the death of the venerable parish priest of Kilmaly, the Rev. Daniel Lynch, who departed this life on the 22nd instant. [….] Some twenty years ago he laboured zealously in Ennis as curate. [….] his mortal remains were consigned to their last resting place this morning at 12 o’clock.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Mar 1862: Deaths. On the 22nd instant, at Seamount, in this county, deeply and deservedly regretted, Nicholas, son of the late Cornelius O’Brien, Esq., of Birchfield. His early and premature death will be a source of poignant regret to his family and friends, to whom he was endeared by his many amiable qualities.
On the 17th inst. at Killaloe, Ellen, the dearly beloved wife of General Gabbett, a lady deeply regretted by her family and friends.

Clare Journal, Mon 31 Mar 1862: Deaths. On the 25th inst., at her father’s residence Henry-st., Kilrush, Mary Anne, second daughter of Mr. J. Comyn.

Clare Journal, Thur 3 Apr 1862: Deaths. On the 30th March, at Kilmore, county Clare, after a brief illness, Charles, eldest son of T. O’Brien, Esq., Crescent, Limerick.

Clare Journal, Thur 10 Apr 1862: Deaths. At Killaloe, on the 8th inst, Mr. Henry Hare, aged 18 years.

Clare Journal, Thur 10 Apr 1862: Sudden Death. An inquest was held yesterday, before Dr. Cullinan, and a respectable jury, on the body of a young man, named John Ahern, of this town, who died suddenly on the previous day. It appeared that the deceased had been engaged loading his cart with some hay, in Mr. Bannatyne’s yard, and, while in the act of taking a quantity of that article out of another person’s hand, he dropped down dead. The jury returned a verdict according to the facts.

Clare Journal, Thurs 17 Apr 1862: On the 16th inst., at the house of her brother-in-law, Dr. Healy, in Bindon-street, after much and protracted suffering, which was borne with the fortitude and resignation of a true Christian, Miss Maryanne Haire, third daughter of the late Clare Journal, Edmond Haire, Esq.; she lived, beloved, and esteemed, and her death is a source of deep regret to her friends, and relatives.

Clare Journal, Mon 21 Apr 1862: Death of Mrs. Charles Parkinson. It is with feelings of deep regret that we have to announce today the demise of Mrs. Parkinson, wife of Charles Parkinson, Esq., J.P., and sister to our respected borough representative, Captain Wm. Stacpoole – which melancholy event occurred on Friday morning, at Ballyalla House, after a severe and trying illness. It is hardly twelve months since we were called upon to record the death of a late member of this esteemed family; and now that a like painful duty devolves upon us we feel the sorrow to be the more acute when we have to give publicity to the decease of a lady who had filled the void that was made in the family circle of her sister’s death, and whose affectionate disposition, amiable character, and benevolent feelings had endeared her, in an unusual manner, to her afflicted friends [more in that vein].

Clare Journal, Thur 24 Apr 1862: In Kilkee, on the 15th inst., aged five years, Richard, only son of the Rev. Richard Goold, Rector of Killard.

Clare Journal, Mon 5 May 1862: On Tuesday, the 18th inst., at Fairy Lodge, Cloonmore, Cooraclare, in this county, Mrs. Keane, aged 74 years.
At Lisdoonvarna Spa, County Clare, Andrew Charles son of D.C. Leighton, Esq., H. M.’s Bombay Civil Service.

Clare Journal, Mon 12 May 1862: Deaths. On the 6th inst., at the residence of her uncle, Dr. O’Grady, Matilda, second daughter of the late Daniel O’Grady, Esq., J.P., of Shorepark, Kildysart.

Clare Journal, Mon 19 May 1862: At Lisdeen, near Kilkee, the widow Donovan, aged 98.

Clare Journal, Mon 26 May 1862: Deaths. On the 21st inst., at Killaloe, Agnes Dalrymple, the fondly beloved wife of H. O’Bridgeman, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 2 Jun 1862: Deaths. On the 24th inst., at her residence, Kilrush, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Ford.

Clare Journal, Mon 16 Jun 1862: Deaths. At St. Mary’s Convent, Cabra, Margaret Flannery, sister of the Most Rev. Dr. Flannery, R.C. Bishop of Killaloe.

Clare Journal, Mon 30 Jun 1862: Death of Captain A. Stacpoole. It is with feelings of regret that we have to announce today the death of Captain Andrew Stacpoole, J.P., brother of Captain William Stacpoole, M.P., which took place on yesterday morning, at the Club House, after a severe illness. The deceased gentleman was highly respected by all classes in the community, and was sincerely beloved by a numerous circle of attached relatives and friends. As a landlord, he was kind and indulgent to his tenantry; and in his capacity as magistrate of the county he was just and impartial in his administration of the law. For several years he held a company in the Clare Militia, and by his courteous and unassuming manner, he was deeply endeared to the officers and men of the regiment. His decease has cast a gloom over the entire town, and one and all of the inhabitants join in expressions of the deepest regret at his untimely loss. It is unnecessary for us to say that we sympathise most sincerely with his bereaved family. The remains will be enterred in the family burying-place of Drumcliff, on tomorrow at 1 o’clock.

Clare Journal, Mon 11 Aug 1862: Deaths. On the 7th inst., at Tinerana, Killaloe, Simon George Purdon, Esq., D.L., aged 65 years.

Clare Journal, Mon 25 Aug 1862: Deaths. On the 5th inst., at Belvue, Kilrush, the residence of N.S. O’Gorman, Esq., B.L., Charles Smith, Esq., at an advanced age.
At Ahagagh, on Friday night, by a fall from his horse, Richard Pilkington, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 8 Sep 1862: Deaths. On the 6th inst., at the Manse, Annie, infant daughter of the Rev. Thomas Warren, minister of the Ennis Presbyterian Church.

Clare Journal, Thur 11 Sep 1862: On the 6th inst., after a long and protracted illness, Kate Lloyd, the beloved wife of Randal Borough, Esq., Querin Cottage, Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Mon 15 Sep 1862: Death of T. Bunton Esq., M.D. – With much regret we have to announce the death of this gentleman who expired yesterday morning at his residence, Quin, in this county. The death of that lamented gentleman will be a source of sincere sorrow to his relatives and a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. But his loss will be especially felt by the poor of his dispensary district, to whom he was endeared by unvarying kindness and attention in the discharge of his professional duties.

Clare Journal, Mon 22 Sep 1862: At his residence, Koonard, in this county, after a protracted illness, in his 76th year, Captain Jonas E. Walsh J.P., late of the fifth Fusiliers, in which regiment he served during the Penisular war, for which he received the war medal and ten clasps.

Clare Journal, Thur 25 Sep 1862: Deaths. On the 17th inst., the infant son of John Casey, Esq., Moore-street, Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Thur 2 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 27th inst., at Creampoint, Miltown Malbay, at an advanced aged, Mrs. Frances Hehir, deeply and deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.

Clare Journal, Mon 6 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 30th inst., at Magowna, John Cullinan, Esq., M.D., son of Ralph Cullinan, Esq., after a short illness.

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 12th instant, at his residence, Lodge, Six-mile-bridge, after a tedious illness, borne with christian resignation, James Kelly, Esq., aged 53 years, deservedly regretted by a large circle of sorrowing friends.
At Belfast, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Bindon Blood, Esq., of Cranaher, county Clare.

Clare Journal, Thur 30 Oct 1862: Death of William Kean, Esq.
William Kean, the large-hearted, enlightened, philanthropic townsman, is no more! Early on yesterday morning, after a brief, but trying illness, he breathed his last, to the inexpressible regret of every member of this extensive community. On Monday week, while engaged in the performance of his official duties at the Ennistymon Quarter Sessions, he was first seized by the fell disease which terminated in his death. On the Wednesday following, he was removed to his town residence, in Bindon-street, and since that time he lingered on, suffering patiently and resignedly under the visitation of God, until at length he was called away to enjoy the reward of his goodness. [more]

Clare Journal, Mon 17 Nov 1862: Deaths. At Tarmon, near Kilrush, Miss Howard, aged 20 years.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Nov 1862: Death of Mr. P. Hickey. We sincerely regret to announce the death of this old and much respected inhabitant and trader, which melancholy event took place on Friday evening, after a long and protracted illness. In his dealings in life, he was characterised for his honesty and integrity, and in his private intercourse with his fellow-townsmen he was esteemed for his general courtesy and unvarying affablitly, while in the domestic circle, he was social, hospitable and kind. His remains were conveyed to their last resting-place in Dromcliffe Church-yard, on yesterday, and were followed by a large and respectable number of the people of this town.

Clare Journal, Thur 27 Nov 1862: Deaths. On 26th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Patrick Barry, Esq., T.C. Old Ground, Ennis, at the advanced aged of 84, Bridget relict of the late James Quin, Esq., Rockview. Deceased was a member of one of the most ancient and respectable families in this county, and through life was esteemed by her friends and acquaintances. She died regretted by all who knew her excellent qualities and many virtues.
In Henry-street, Kilrush, at an advanced age, Mr. Patrick Miniter, Master Cooper.

Clare Journal, Mon 15 Dec 1862: Deaths. On the 12th instant, in Kilkee, Anna, the affectionate and beloved wife of the Rev. Richard Goold, rector of Killard. The unexpected and early demise of this amiable lady, has cast a gloom over Kilkee. She was respected by all for her kind disposition.
On the 12th inst., at Kilkee, Mr. Mortimer Griffin, Land Surveyor, who was in high repute among Landed Proprietors. He has left a young widow and six children.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Dec 1862: Deaths. On the 16th instant, at her residence, Church-street, Mrs. Finn.

Clare Journal, Mon 22 Dec 1862: Sudden Death. An inquest was held on Monday last at Kilrush, before Francis O’Donnell, Esq., Coroner, on the body of Mary O’Brien otherwise Roach, who was found dead in her bed. Her husband stated that she was subject to fits, and that hearing her breathing very well, he got up to get a candle lit, and when he came back she was dead. The jury returned a verdict of died by visitation of God.

Sheila

Edited on 1 July 2021 to add some more deaths:

Clare Journal, Thur 9 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 7th instant, after a short illness, at Charley’s Hope, Jail-street, Margaret, the beloved wife of Francis E. Macnamara, Esq., National Bank.

Clare Journal, Mon 27 Jan 1862: Deaths. On the 22nd instant, at his father’s residence, Henry-street, Kilrush, Michael Carey, eldest son of Mr. John Carey. The deceased was a young man much esteemed for his amiable qualities and sincerely regretted by his friends and relatives.

Clare Journal, Thur 30 Jan 1862: Deaths. At Kilrush, Mr. Michael Carey, son of Mr. J. Carey, corn merchant.

Clare Journal, Thur 20 Feb 1862: Deaths. On the 15th instant, in Mill-street, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. O’Regan, Mrs. A. Haggans, at the advanced age of 60 years.

Clare Journal, Thur 13 Mar 1862: Deaths. On the 10th instant, at Fethard Rectory, County Wexford, (the residence of her brother), in the 76th year, Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Weldon, for many years the respected Vicar of this parish.

Clare Journal, Mon 7 Apr 1862: Deaths. On the 30th ult., at her residence, Henry-st., Kilrush, beloved and affectionate wife of Mr. J. O’Dwyer, daughter of the late Richard Clerke, Esq., Bantry, Co. Cork.

Clare Journal, Mon 28 Apr 1862: Deaths. On Sunday, the 27th instant, at Ballyroughan, in this county, Michael Quinlivan, Esq. He maintained through life the character of an honest man, and died in a good old age, sincerely regretted by his friends. His remains will be removed at six o’clock a.m., tomorrow, (Tuesday) to the family vault, Parteen, Co. Limerick.
On the 24th instant, at his residence, Cragaknock, near Miltown-Malbay, James Shannon, Esq. The deceased was much esteemed by a numerous circle of friends and relatives.

Clare Journal, Thur 29 May 1862: Deaths. On the 23rd inst., at Corofin, aged 14 months, Minie, the daughter of Mr. James O’Halloran.

Clare Journal, Mon 9 Jun 1862: Deaths. On the 2nd instant, at Mayor Park, Co. Clare, Bessie Goggin, the beloved wife of Mr. James Murdock, deeply and deservedly regretted by her families and numerous friends.

Clare Journal, Mon 14 Jul 1862: Deaths. At Manus House, this morning, of hooping cough, Teresa, the infant daughter of the late Terence Healy, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 28 Jul 1862: Deaths. On Friday last, after a short illness, Maryanne, wife of Mr. M. Tamplin, leaving a young family to mourn her premature demise.

Clare Journal, Thur 18 Aug 1862: Deaths. On the 10th inst., at Mount-Shannon, Alice, relict of the late John Downes, of Rathkeale, Esq., and daughter of the late Henry Aylmer, of Croaghburgess, Esq.

Clare Journal, Thur 9 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 8th inst., in Jail-street, the wife of Mr. J. Glynne.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 16th instant, at her residence, Church-street, Mrs. Finn.

Clare Journal, Mon 27 Oct 1862: Deaths. On the 20th instant, in Miltown Malbay, after a short illness, aged 50 years, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. John O’Dwyer, Merchant, deeply and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives.
At Besboro’, County Clare, Charlotte, the beloved daughter of the Rev. Theobald Butler.

Clare Journal, Thur 13 Nov 1862: Deaths. Died rather suddenly, at his residence near Kilmihil, Pat Ryan, Esq., brother of Dr. John Ryan, Clonakilla, sincerely and deservedly regretted.

Clare Journal, Thur 20 Nov 1862: Deaths. On the 13th instant, at Exeter, when on a visit to his brother-in-law, T. W. Gray, Esq., solicitor, aged 41, Henry Montagu Shallet O’Brien, Esq., of 6, Howley-place, Villas, Maida-hill, West Paddington, third son of Donatus O’Brien, of Sidmouth, Devon, and of this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 8 Dec 1862: Deaths. On the 2nd inst., Agnes, the beloved daughter of William Hennessy, Esq., Moore-street, Kilrush. Aged 4 years.
On the 2nd inst., the infant daughter of John Walsh, Esq., butter-merchant, Kilrush.

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