Some death notices, 1855

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Some death notices, 1855

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Clare Journal, Mon 8 Jan 1855: Deaths. At Rathmines, Dublin, Elizabeth Hayes, relict of the late Captain Richard Kane, J.P., White Hall, in this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 11 Jan 1855: Deaths. At the residence of her nephew, the Rev. Theobald Butler, on the 6th inst., Mrs. John Westropp, relict of the Rev. John Westropp, of Ballyvaughan, and daughter of Augustine Fitzgerald, Esq., late of Tureen, in this county, aged 68.
On Saturday, the 6th instant, Mary Anne, the beloved wife of Thomas Usher, Esq., Royal Navy, daughter of the late Very Rev. Edward Price, Archdeacon of Killaloe, deeply and deservedly regretted by her family and friends.

Clare Journal, Thur 18 Jan 1856: Deaths. On the 14th inst., Frances, the beloved wife of Mr. J. Chambers, Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Mon 22 Jan 1856: Deaths. Yesterday morning, suddenly, Mr. John Burke of the Mall, in this town.
This morning at his residence Jail street, in this town, Mr. John Morony. To say he was universally respected would be but faint eulogy for one who has been before the public for a period of more than thirty years. During the existence of the old Clare Militia, he served in its ranks as sergeant, and held the rank of Sergeant-Major on the staff until death severed the bonds which linked him unto life. Since the establishment of the Poor Law, he was one of the Guardians for the Electoral division of Ennis, and when we say that he discharged the duties during the most trying and arduous period of this country’s history, with kindness, diligence and sympathy, we simply pourtray with feeble words the outline of the acts of one to whom the poor never appealed in vain, and who viewed with an eye of pity and feeling of sorrow, the misery and wretchedness, it was not in his power as an individual to relieve. Ennis wore a melancholy appearance today. The shopkeepers moved by a common feeling have given expression of their sorrow. A large family mourns his loss. And those who had dealings with him in his public life, as clerk to the County Treasurer, whose confidence he fully possessed, as well as those to whom he was endeared in the private relations of this world’s existence, will alike shed a tear of sympathy for one of our eldest and most respected townsmen. We presume that he will be buried with “military” honours. The “pensioners” in the absence of the militia forming the firing party.

Clare Journal, Mon 29 Jan 1855: Deaths. On Saturday, at his residence, Bindon-street, in this town, in the 80th year of his age, Bindon Blood, Esq., D.L., senior magistrate of the county; he was high sheriff in the year 1818.
On Friday morning the 26th inst., at Millview, Ennis, to the deep affliction of his parents, John, aged three years, only son of John Bunton, Esq., Solicitor.
On Saturday last, in Dublin, of influenza, John Harley, Esq., for many years the proprietor of an extensive brewery establishment in this town.

Clare Journal, Thur 1 Feb 1855: Deaths. Yesterday, after a short illness, Mr. Charles Lysaght, master of Scariff Workhouse. During his connection with Ennis, Kildysert, and Scariff Unions, he succeeded in gaining the esteem of all classes.
At her residence, Billow Ville, Miltown Malbay, deeply and deservedly regretted, Ellen, relict of the late Ralph Morony, of Faro, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 5 Feb 1855: Deaths. On the 3rd inst., Mr. Patrick Hannigan, Mill-street, aged 29 years.
Same day, at an advanced age, Margaret, mother of Mr. Martin Dillon, Mill-street.

Clare Journal, Mon 12 Feb 1855. Deaths. At the Rev. Mr. Meehan’s, Carrigaholt, on Saturday lst, John O’Kelly, Esq., Clonina.
On Thursday laat, in the Market-place, in this town, Mrs. Edwards, mother of A. Edwards, Esq., one of the Reporters in the Morning Chronicle.

Clare Journal, Thur 15 Feb 1855. Deaths. At Shesherah, in the parish of Doonass, Mr. James Lane, sincerely regretted by his family and friends.

Clare Journal, Thur 22 Feb 1855: Deaths. At Kilrush, Mr. James Wallace.

Clare Journal, Thur 6 Mar 1855: Deaths. On Thursday last, the 1st March, at the House of her son John Sampson, Esq., Curramore Cottage, near Tulla, Sally, relict of the late Thomas Sampson, Esq., Coroner of Clonmoher Cottage. Her kind dispositions and affable manner endeared her to a long circle of respectable friends and acquaintances.
At her lodgings in Church-street, aged 72, Mrs. Elza Gale.

Clare Journal, Mon 12 Mar 1855: Deaths. This day, Mrs. George Crowe, Post Office, after a long and tedious illness.
On Saturday morning, the wife of Mr. T. Fitzgerald, Church-street.

Clare Journal, Thur 15 Mar 1855: Deaths. On Monday last, Miss Cusack, daughter of Mr. Thady Cusack, of this town, much lamented.
On Monday, the 12th March instant, after a protracted illness, which he bore with christian patience, John Westroppe Kierean, Esq., in the 24th year of his age, sincerely regretted by his family and a numerous circle of friends. He was a young gentleman of most amiable disposition, promising acquirements, and an ornament to the profession he belonged (a solicitor).

Clare Journal, Mon 26 Mar 1855: Deaths. On Saturday, in Molesworth-street, Dublin, after a long and painful illness, borne with christian resignation, Miss Kean, formerly of this town, sister of the late Robert Kean, Esq., of Hermitage.

Clare Journal, Thur 29 Mar 1855: Deaths. In High-street, at an advanced age, Mr. Pat Hickey, of this town.

Clare Journal, Mon 2 Apr 1855: Deaths. At Friarstown, on the 29th ult., aged 73, George W. Hodges, Esq., late of Glengar, co. Tipperary, formerly Lieutenant of the Clare Militia, and many years J.P. for this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 5 Apr 1855: Deaths. At Kilrush on 3rd of April, at an advanced age, Peter Foley, Esq., an old and respected Merchant.
At her residence, Loughscur, county Leitrim, aged 79, Mary Anne, relict of the Lieut-Colonel Peyton, of Laheen, county Leitrim, and of Capt Richard Macnamara, of Doolin, county Clare. Mrs. Macnamara was only surviving sister and sole heiress of George Nugent Reynolds, Esq., author of the “Exile of Erin,” “Kathaleen O’More, “ &c. Her devise and only daughter, Mrs. Lambert, is now her representative in the county of Leitrim. It was Mrs. McNamara who first transcribed the Exile of Erin, pirated after Mr. Reynolds’ death by Campbell, then Librarian at Stowe, where Mr. Reynolds died while on a visit to (the then Duke of Buckingham) his friend and relative, in whose family vault his remains were interred.

Clare Journal, Mon 9 Apr 1855: Deaths. In childbirth of her sixteenth child, Mrs. Lynch, wife of Mr. James Lynch.

Clare Journal, Mon 16 Apr 1855: Deaths. On Saturday last, at Feenagh, Sixmile-bridge, in this county, Mr. Pat Frost, aged 25, universally lamented.

Clare Journal, Mon 23 Apr 1855: Deaths. Yesterday morning, in Tulla, sincerely regretted by all who knew him, Mr. P. Shannon, Clerk of the Tulla Union. He was appointed Clerk of that Union on its formation, and in that capacity acquired and retained the confidence both of the Board of Guardians and of the public. His death has caused a blank not easily filled, for he was a kind neighbour, a zealous public officer, and a truly upright and honest man.

Clare Journal, Thur 26 Apr 1855: Deaths. At Northfield Cottage, Kilmaley, Mr. William Harvey, aged 25 years, much lamented by his sorrowing family and friends.
At Ballymacurtane, near Kilrush, Mr. James Simmons.
At Kilrush, Mr. Thomas Brew, formerly of Dysert.

Clare Journal, Thur 3 May 1855: Deaths. At Cullina house, Newcastle, in this county, Patrick Griffin, Esq.

Clare Journal, Thur 17 May 1855: Deaths. At Quin, Mrs. Bridget Lauler, aged 84 years. She was sister to the late Right Rev. Dr. McMahon, R. C. , Bishop of Killaloe.

Clare Journal, Thur 17 May 1855: Death of Mrs. Molony, Kiltannon. It is our melancholy duty to record the death of Lucy, the beloved wife of James Molony, Esq., D.L., of Kiltannon,in this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 17 May 1855: Death of Mrs. Anne Butler. Died, on Sunday, the 13th instant, at her residence, Mount Vernon, near Oranmore, in the 74th year of her age, Mrs. Anne Butler, almost the last representativeof the Blakes of Oran Castle, and of Dunmacreena, in the County of Mayo, and 41 years the widow of the late Henry Butler, Esq., of Millbrook, in this County.

Clare Journal, Mon 21 May 1855: Deaths. At Dysert, in this county, Mr. Hugh Curtin, Esq., aged 82 years, deeply regretted. He was hospitable and kind to all who visited his house, and was the last member of a respectable family who resided in that parish for the last 120 years.

Clare Journal, Mon 28 May 1855: Deaths. On Saturday last, at his residence, on the Causeway, Ennis, at an advanced age, James O’Gorman, Esq., commonly called the “O’Gorman,” He was one of the old Celtic families and an old inhabitant of Ennis. His remains are to be entered this evening, the Members of Lodge 60 attending. He was master of this respectable Lodge for several years.
On Thursday evening, at Maryville, county Clare, the residence of her brother, the Rev. Garrett O’Sullivan, P.P., of Parteen, Miss Jane O’Sullivan, after a few days’ illness of fever.

Clare Journal, Thur 14 Jun 1855: Deaths. On Tuesday morning, after a short illness, Mr. Jeremiah Malone, and old and respectable inhabitant of this town.

Clare Journal, Mon 18 Jun 1855: Deaths. At an advanced age, on Sunday, Mrs. Lardner, of Mill-street, a respected old inhabitant.

Clare Journal, Thur 21 Jun 1855: Deaths. At Snugville, Kilkee, Angelina Mary, beloved child of Richard Kennedy, Esq., Holymount, co. Tipperary.

Clare Journal, Mon 9 Jul 1855: Deaths. At Church-street, Ennis, on Friday, Mr. John England, aged 91.

Clare Journal, Thur 12 Jul 1855: Deaths. Yesterday, in Church-st., only two days after the death of her husband, Mrs. John England, at an advanced age.

Clare Journal, Thur 19 Jul 1855: Deaths. At Clare Castle, Lieut. John McNevin, RN, sincerely regretted by his family and friends.
At Kilkee, Mrs. Ellen Lewis.
On the 14th inst., at 15, Stephen’s-green, Dublin, Mrs. Gore, relict of Francis Gore, Esq., of Derrymore, county Clare, and daughter of the late Joseph Peacocke, Bart. of Barntic.

Clare Journal, Thur 9 Aug 1855: Deaths. At Fenagh, Mr. William Cunneen, brother of Mr. J. Cunneen.
At Knock, co. Clare, Mrs. Studdert, widow of Joseph Studdert, Esq.
On Satuday, Lucinda, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Donnelly.

Clare Journal, Thur 16 Aug 1855: Deaths. At High-street, Ennis, on Tuesday, Mr. John McGrath, aged 23, eldest son of Mr. James McGrath, sincerely regretted by all who knew him.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Aug 1855: Deaths. At the Mauritus, on his way from India, Dr. Cahill, of the East India Company’s Service, formerly a resident at Lahinch, in this county. He was expected home daily, and the account of his death has fallen with redoubled force on his afflicted widow.

Clare Journal, Thur 23 Aug 1855: Deaths. At Quinpool, county Clare, Mr Michael Madden, much regretted.
At Coolrea, Kate, the wife of Mr. Daniel Molony, and daughter of Mr. Mathew Boland, Claremount, county Clare.

Clare Journal, Mon 27 Aug 1855: Deaths. On the 22nd inst., at Caherduff, Ennistymon, Mrs. Rebecca Davoren, relict of the late Mr. Anthony Davoren, Her remains were interred at the family burial place at Cood.
At Kilrush, Bartholomew Glynn, Esq.
At Carrigaholt, Simon James.

Clare Journal, Mon 3 Sep 1855: Deaths. Of water on the brain, aged 3 years, Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Lloyd, Killaloe.

Clare Journal, Mon 10 Sep 1855: Deaths. At Wood park, county Clare, Elizabeth, relict of the late Michael Eyre Dalton, Esq.
At Ballyvaughan, Mary, the beloved daughter of R. O’Farrell, Esq.

Clare Journal, Thur 20 Sep 1855: Deaths. At Shannon View, Tomgrany, John Reddan, Esq., formerly one of the most extensive merchants of Limerick.
At Tulla, Thomas Taylor, late head constable of Constabulary at Scariff.
At Parteen, Kate Teresa, second daughter of Mrs. Brosnan.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Sep 1855: Deaths. At Kilkee, the only daughter of James Barry, Esq., of George’s-street, Limerick.

Clare Journal, Thur 27 Sep 1855: Deaths. At the Glebe, Miltown Malbay, on Tuesday morning, after a lingering and most painful illness, borne with Christian resignation, the Rev. Richard Coplan Langford, Vicar of Kilfarboy. In him his Parishioners and the numerous visitors frequenting Miltown during the Summer months, have lost a zealous minister and preacher of the Gospel, and his family a most affectionate relative. As husband, parent, and friend he was beloved. His end was peace, and he died in the full assurance of a glorious resurrection to eternal life, through the merits of his Saviour. “Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end by like his.”
At Lower Sackville-street, after a tedious attack of gastric fever, borne with Christian resignation, Julianna, third daughter of the late James Blake Butler, Esq., of Stamer Park, in this county, aged 20, sincerely and deservedly regretted by her numerous relatives and friends.

Clare Journal, Mon 1 Oct 1855: Deaths. At Edinburgh, on the 25th instant, after the most intense suffering, borne with the utmost patience and resignation, Amelia Grant O’Neill, aged twenty-eight, the dearly beloved wife of Major William O’Neill, last staff officer of pensioners in this town, and niece of John Gordon Forbes, Esq, late of the Ceylon Civil Service, to whom she was most affectionately and devoutedly attached; her unexpected and untimely death is most deeply deplored by them and a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaintances.
At Kilkee, on the 24th instant, Francis Hugh Randall, the only son of A. H. Crawford, Esq., of Nenagh.

Clare Journal, Mon 6 Oct 1855: Deaths. On 4th October instant, at Cregg House, near Gort, in the 80th year of his age, Maurice Harnett, Esq., formerly of Milltown, county of Dublin.
At Ballyvaughan, Mrs. Hickey, daughter of Mr. Dennis Keane, of Gort, deceased.

Clare Journal, Mon 15 Oct 1855: A woman named Catherine Griffy met with a fatal accident on Saturday. It appears that the deceased left Ennis on Friday night in company with another woman. She had occasion to cross the river at Inch Spa, where there is a rude kind of bridge made of a tree split lengthwise, and laid upon large stones. The night was rather dark, and the current of the river, which was two or three feet deep, was very strong in consequence of a recent flood; the deceased slipped accidentally off the plank on which they were crossing and was carried away by the current.
In consequence of the darkness and the state of the river, the body was not found until next morning. An inquest has been held and a verdict returned in accordance with the preceding facts.

Clare Journal, Thur 25 Oct 1855: Deaths. In Liverpool, on Friday, Daniel Powell, Esq., an extensive merchant. He was son to the late Daniel Powel, Esq., of Clonmoney, in this County, and held a high character for integrity and uprightness.

Clare Journal, Mon 29 Oct 1855: Deaths. Yesterday, at the Abbey, the seat of her son, Wainright Crowe, Esq., at an advanced aged, Mrs. Crowe, relict of the late T. Crowe, Esq. This lady had long been distinguished by her liberal private charities, which were of the most unostentatious description, and her death, following her husband’s at a brief interval, has thrown an additional gloom over a large circle of sorrowing friends.
At the residence of J. Enright, Esq., Templemaley House, Miss Powell, at an advanced age.
On the night of the 25th, at Roxton, County Clare, Frederick William Blood, Esq., J.P., to the great grief of his attached family; aged 31 years.
At Victoria Terrace, Annastatia, daughter of Mr. Michael O’Brien, Newtown.

Clare Journal, Thur 1 Nov 1855: Deaths. In Kildysert, aged 13 years, Edmund, the only son of Mr. Thos. Ginnane, to the great affliction of his parents.
At Corgregg, in the prime of life, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Miss Ryan, only daughter of Mr. John Ryan.

Clare Journal, Mon 5 Nov 1855: Deaths. On Friday night, in Church-street, Mr. Thomas McDonnell, saddler[?], sincerely and deeply regretted by a long family and a numerous circle of friends.

Clare Journal, Mon 12 Nov 1855: Deaths. Yesterday morning, at Kells, the residence of his mother, James O’Bryen, Esq., sincerely and deservedly regretted.

Clare Journal, Mon 19 Nov 1855: Deaths. On Friday, after a lingering illness, the wife of Mr. John Pilow, Church-street.

Clare Journal, Thur 22 Nov 1855: Deaths. On the 18th inst., at Knocknahilla in this county, Mr. John Kelly, at the age of 87 years.

Clare Journal, Thur 29 Nov 1855: Deaths. Mrs. Lynch, wife of Mr. Thomas Lynch, Killoe.

Clare Journal, Thur 6 Dec 1855: Deaths. At Ennis, the infant son of Mr. W. L. Dobson, compositor.

Clare Journal, Mon 10 Dec 1855: Deaths. At Parkview, co. Clare, Elizabeth, relict of Sylvester O’Halloran, Esq.
At Newcastle, in this co. Mrs. Helen O’Callaghan, relict of the late Michael O’Callaghan, Esq.

Clare Journal, Thur 20 Dec 1855: Deaths. At Glasgow, on the 18th instant, aged 25 years, Robert, eldest son of Francis N. Keane, Esq., Hermitage.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Dec 1855: Deaths. At Kilgorey, Emily, the beloved wife of Maurice O’Connell, Esq., J.P.
On Thursday last, Captain John Tayler, of Limerick, late of Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Mon 31 Dec 1855: Deaths. On Dec. 5, at his residence, 129 Waverley Place, New York, Mr. Charles F. Parsons, aged 20, youngest son of the late Benjamin Parsons, Esq., of this town, deeply and deservedly regretted by his relatives and friends.
Yesterday, after a lingering illness, Mrs. O’Brien, wife of Mr. John O’Brien, Provision Merchant, Church-st.
At Doonogrogue castle, in this county, William Monsell, only son of George C. Hodges, Esq., aged 35.

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