Some Marriage Notices, 1860

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Some Marriage Notices, 1860

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Clare Journal, Mon 30 Jan 1860: Marriages. On Wednesday, at Kilmurry, Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. Mr. Furnase, P.P., Anne, eldest daughter of M. Reidy, Esq., Tullycrine, to Daniel Grogan, Esq., Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Thur 9 Feb 1860: Marriages. On Tuesday, 7th inst., at the Roman Catholic Church of this town, by the Rev. James McMahon, C.C., Anthony Nolan, Esq., of Goulburn Lodge, in this county, third son of the late Anthony Nolan, Esq., of Derha, to Anne, second daughter of the late Patrick Power, Esq., of Ballyduffmore, in this county.
On Sunday, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, of Garrenboy, Patrick, eldest son of the late Mr. Thomas Smyth, of the Vale, Parish of Killaloe, to Bridget, second daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Crowe, of Mount Prospect.

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Feb 1860: Marriages. On yesterday morning, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Gort, county Galway, Margaret, second daughter of Mr. P. Burns, to John, eldest son of Mr. James Curtin of this town.

Clare Journal, Thur 16 Feb 1860: Marriages. At the Roman Catholic Chapel of Corofin, on Monday, 13th instant, by the Rev. S. Walsh, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Hartney, Mr. James O’Halloran, Corofin, to Eliza, the eldest daughter of Mr. Pat. Kenny, Corofin.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Feb 1860: Marriages. On Friday, at the Roman Catholic Church, Miltown Malbay, by the Rev. Mr. Bugler, P.P., Anthony, son of Mr. Patrick Donnellan, Kilquane, near this town, to Bridget Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. John O’Dwyer, Miltown Malbay.

Clare Journal, Thur 23 Feb 1860: Marriages. On Tuesday, by the Rev. A. Newport, C.C., Mr. Thos. Carroll, builder, of this town, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. P. Edwards.
On Tuesday, by the Rev. J. McMahon, C.C., Mr. Thos. Edwards, to Bridget, eldest daughter of Mr. John Molony, Market-street.

Clare Journal, Mon 27 Feb 1860: Marriages. Jan. 16, at Bombay, Henry Frederick, youngest son of the late Captain Edward Whyte, Royal Navy, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Francis Comyn, Esq., of Holywell, in this County.

Clare Journal, Thur 8 Mar 1860: Marriages. On Wednesday, at Clenagh, Six-mile-bridge, by the Rev. Mr. Ledger, Charles Fraser, Esq., of Limerick, to Ellen, eldest daughter of John Kelly, Esq., of this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 9 Apr 1860: Marriages. On the 20th February, at Poonah, Bombay, G. W. Elliot, Esq., C.S., Judge of Darwar, to Fanny Mary, daughter of C. S. Cahill, Esq., of Kensington, formerly of Riverston, in this county, J.P.

Clare Journal, Mon 16 Apr 1860: Marriages. On yesterday morning, at the Roman Catholic Church, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, Mr. Pat Sexton, architect, to Mary, third daughter of the late Sergeant Major John Morony, Clare Militia.

Clare Journal, Thur 17 May 1860: Marriages. At Kilrush Church, by the Rev. Joseph Robins, Mr. Charles Wright, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Joseph Perry, engineer of the Garryowen steamer.

Clare Journal, Mon 4 Jun 1860: Marriages. At Corofin, in this county, Mr. Thomas Collins, of Crossard, to Kate, daughter of Mr. P. Shannon, of Corofin.

Clare Journal, Mon 11 Jun 1860: Marriages. On Wednesday, at the Well’s Roman Catholic Chapel, by the Rev. D. Molony, Administer of Newmarket-on-Fergus, Patrick McMahon, Esq., of Knockane, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Pierce Creagh, Esq., of Ralahine.

Clare Journal, Mon 25 Jun 1860: Marriages. June 21st, at Kilrush Church, by the Rev. Joseph F. Robbins, assisted by the Rev. John Fitzmaurice Luther, Joseph Olivier Tabuteau, Esq., C.E., eldest son of Joseph Tabuteau, Esq., R.M., county Cork, to Agnes Mac Ivor, eldest daughter of Irwin M. Paterson, Esq., of Portrush.
On the 19th, in St George’s Church, Robert Nathaniel Trumbull, Esq., of Beechwood, co. Dublin, to Fanny, daughter of James Tymons, Esq., of Baskin Hill, co. Dublin, and Riverston, in this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 16 Jul 1860: Marriages. At Bonyfield House near Denny, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. Alexander Falconer, M.A., Walter Russell, Esq., of Glanquin in this county, to Margaret Dick, youngest daughter of Wm. King, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 23 Jul 1860: Marriages. This morning, at the Roman Catholic Church of this town, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, Mr. John Torpey, E.O., to Miss Ellen Fitzgerald, eldest daughter of Mr. Maurice Fitzgerald, Architect.

Clare Journal, Mon 30 Jul 1860: Marriages. On Saturday, at the Catholic Church, Kilmihil, by the Rev. Michael Dollard, P.P., Mr. Thomas O’Donohoe, Kilfenora, to Miss Honora O’Dea, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Gilbert O’Dea, Kilmihil.

Clare Journal, Thur 2 Aug 1860: Marriages. On the 31st July, at Miltown Malbay Church, by the Rev. W. Wolsely, John C. Sibthorpe, Esq., of the National Bank, Wicklow, to Kate, youngest daughter of the late Benjamin Barrington, Esq., of Limerick.

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Aug 1860: Marriages. At Kilrush Church, F. F. Tarleton, Esql, son of the Rev. J. Tarleton, Rector of Tyholland, co. Monaghan, to Caroline Campbell, daughter of Irwin W. Paterson, Esq., of Kilrush.
On Tuesday, at Six-mile-bridge, Mr. J. B. Robins, officer of Excise, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. John O’Halloran.

Clare Journal, Thur 20 Sep 1860: Marriages. This morning, at the Roman Catholic Church, Ennis, by the Rev. Daniel Lynch, P.P., Kilmaley and Inch, uncle to the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. James McMahon, C.C., John D. Lynch, Esq., H. M. C., London, to Mary F., second daughter of t. Cullinan, Esq., Shanavoe.

Clare Journal, Mon 24 Sep 1860: Marriages. At Ennistymon Church, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. David L. Whitty, A. H. Robinson, Esq., of Dublin, to Marian, only daughter of the late M. Creagh, Esq., M.D., of Quin.

Clare Journal, Mon 1 Oct 1860: Marriages. On the 27th, at the Cathedral, Killaloe, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, John B. Smyth, Captain Clare Regiment, to Amelia, youngest daughter of Francis Spaight, Esq., Derry Castle. The picturesque little town of Killaloe was all excitement from an early hour, all its inhabitants having assembled to greet the wedding cortege at the Cathedral gate. The friends and relatives of the bride and bridegroom mustered in the transept to receive the bride, among whom were conspicuous the ten bridesmaids, radiant in white tartalan, trimmed with cerise flounces, and wreaths of white and cerise flowers, from which long white veils hung in graceful folds. The bridesmaids were the centre of attraction among the gay and brilliant group, which almost filled the transept of the venerable church, until the arrival of the bride soon after 11, attended by her eldest brother. The ceremony was performed in a most impressive and solemn manner by the venerable Lord Bishop. After the ceremony the bride, who was beautifully dressed in white watered silk, with Houiton lace veil, and wreath of orange blossom and stephanotis, received the cordial congratulations of her numerous relatives and friends, and left for Derry Castle, followed by the whole party, amidst the cheers and plaudits of the immense concourse outside. After the dejeuner, dancing commenced, and was kept up with great spirit until a late hour. The bridesmaids were: Miss Purdon, Miss L. Purdon, Miss E. Purdon, Miss Julius, Miss Paterson (Tarbert House), Miss A. Paterson, Miss C. Patterson, Miss Astell, Miss K. Astell, Miss A. Purdon.

Clare Journal, Mon 8 Oct 1860: Marriages. On the 6th inst., at Ennis Church, by the Rev. Wm. Keane, Incumbent of Whitby, Yorkshire, and the Rev. Charles Ward, Vicar of Kilmaley, uncles of the bride, Walter James Pellard, Esq., Commander R.N., son of the late William Dutton Pollard, Castle Pollard, county Westmeath, Esq., to Jane, daughter of Francis Nathaniel Keane, J.P., Hermitage, Ennis, County Clare, Esq.
August 21 – At Trinity Church, Murree, by the Rev. Thomas Moore, William Varley, Esq., 7th Dragoon Guards, to Mary Henrietta Jane, daughter of Hugh Singleton, Esq., Hazlewood, in this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 15 Oct 1860: Marriages. Oct. 11, at St. Peter’s Church, A. Vesey Davoran, Esq., Capt. Royal South Down Light Infantry, son of the late Rev. Andrew Davoren, incumbent of Kilfarboy, Miltown Malbay, in this county, to Anges, second daughter of Major Jeffries, Barrackmaster Portobello District.
On Oct 9, at Emly Cathedral, R. A. Studdert, Lieutenant R.M.A., second son of Admiral Studdert, of Pella, in this county, to Maria Isabella, relict of the late W. T. Lloyd of Mount-street Crescent, Dublin, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 29 Oct 1860: Marriages. At St. Thomas’s Church, Dublin, Francis Wise Low, Esq., of Kilshane, co. Tipperary, to Valentine Harriet daughter of H. Stuart Burton, Esq., of Carrigaholt Castle, co. Clare.

Clare Journal, Thur 15 Nov 1860: Marriages. Yesterday, at Ennistymon Church, in this county, by the Rev. Edward T. Bury, John Carlton Bury, Esq., of Wisebeach, Cambridgshire, to Anne, second daughter of the Rev. David La Touche Whitty, of Ennistymon Glebe.

Clare Journal, Thur 22 Nov 1860: Marriages. On Tuesday morning, 20th November, instant, by the Very Rev. John Sheehan, P.P., and V.G., assisted by Revs. Messrs. Newell and Geoghegan, in the chapel of Ennistymon, Edward Bourke Browne, of Castlepark, in the county of Clare, Esq., to Bessie, eldest daughter of P. E. Rielly, of Moher Lodge, Ennistymon, in the same county, Esq.

Clare Journal, Mon 26 Nov 1860: Marriages. On yesterday morning, in the Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. M. J. Kenny, Lizzie, eldest daughter of Mr. Wm. Rickards, Mill-street, to Mr. P. Considine, Church-street.
On Friday morning, at the Roman Catholic Church, Killaloe, by the Rev. Nicholas Power, P.P. &V.G., John Nihill, Esq., Patrick-st., Limerick, to Honoria, eldest daughter of W. M’Keogh, Esq., Killaloe.

Clare Journal, Thur 6 Dec 1860: Marriages. On Sunday, at the Catholic Church, Clare Castle, by the Rev. Michael O’Connor, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Daly, Peter Keating, Esq., of Woodcock-hill, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Martin Lyons, Esq., of Barntick.

Clare Journal, Mon 31 Dec 1860: Marriages. Mr. Wm. J. Slattery, of Dunville-avenue, Ranelagh, to Anne, daughter of Mr. J. O’Brien, of Ballycorick, co. Clare.

Sheila
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Re: Some Marriage Notices, 1860

Post by smcarberry » Thu Jul 01, 2021 12:23 pm

Can't keep from commenting on the Spaight wedding description -- this account of a gentry wedding is so revealing for being a contrast to the economic underpinnings of British-oriented society eroding in East Clare and local talent emigrating, such as my family's schoolteacher Peter Carberry in 1864.

Minor suggestion: check and edit the McMahon-Creagh wedding transcription as the Creagh residence was likely noted as Ralahine, which in its current spelling will not come up if a reader is using the Forum search engine to find references to Ralahine.

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Re: Some Marriage Notices, 1860

Post by Sduddy » Thu Jul 01, 2021 1:22 pm

Thanks Sharon - I amended "Rahaline" to Ralahine. Sheila

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