Some Marriage Notices, 1858

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Some Marriage Notices, 1858

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Clare Journal, Thur 14 Jan 1858: Marriages. On the 12th inst., at the parish chapel, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, Dr. Thomas O’Grady, Newmarket-on-Fergus, to Maryanne, third daughter of the late Thomas Hogan, of this town.

Clare Journal, Mon 25 Jan 1858: Marriages. On the 20th inst., at Tulla, in this county, by the Rev. Hugh Brady Huleatt, uncle of the bride, David, eldest son of Henry Knox Courtnay, Park View, county Dublin, Esq., to Lizzie, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Richard Brew, the former rector of Tulla.

Clare Journal, Thur 28 Jan 1858: Marriages. On Monday morning, at Clonlara, by the Rev. Mr. Gleeson, assisted by the Rev. John Halpin, Eliza, daughter of the late John Bennett, Esq., of Doonass, in this county, to John, son of James Quin, Esq., Broad-street, Limerick. After the ceremony the bridal party adjourned to the residence of the bride, where they partook of a sumptuous dejeuner, and the happy couple soon afterwards proceeded en route to Dublin.
At Ballyvaughan, on the 26th inst., by the Very Rev. P. J. Ryder, P.P., V.G., Mr. John Comyn, second son of Mr. Michael Comyn, of Clarevill, to Susan, eldest daughter of Mr. William Hogan, of Ballyvaughan.
On the 25th inst., at the Metropolitan Church, Marlborough-street, by the Rev. Laurence Leonard, P.P., Galway, I. B. Daly, nephew of his Excellency Henry H. Breen, Administrator of Government, St. Lucia, West Indies, to Henrietta Emily, youngest daughter of Henry Comerford, Esq., J.P., Merchant’s-road, Galway, and Ballykeel, in this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 1 Feb 1858: Marriages. January 27th, in the Metropolitan Church, Marlborough-street, Dublin, Edmond Walter Kelly, Esq., eldest son of John Crofton Kelly, Esq., of Cregg, county Roscommon, to Sarah Helena, eldest daughter of Gregory Martyn, Esq., of Gregan’s Castle, in this county, and 6, Mountjoy-place, Dublin.

Clare Journal, Mon 15 Feb 1858: Marriages. The marriage of Denis J. Hannen, Esq., of Ballycunane Cottage, to the handsome and accomplished Miss Catherine E. Halpin, daughter of John Halpin, Esq., Drumdigus House. The marriage ceremony was performed in the Roman Catholic Church of Kilmurry, by the Rev. Edmond Tallent, P.P. A large company were invited in honour of the marriage; forty-two sat down to dinner. Among the guests were Thomas Austin Peacock, late Officer of Excise, Michael Colpoys., Arthur Colpoys, William Colpoys, Patrick Slattery, and John Butler, jun., Esqrs. The dinner and supper were served up by Mrs. Pierce, of Knock; the choicest delicasies of the season was served out, and the mountain-dew and champaigne were in abundance. Thomas A. Peacock, Esq., proposed, in happy terms, the health of the bride and bridegroom, which was responded to by Mr. Hannen. Several excellent speeches were delivered on the happy occasion. The celebrated Patrick William Wilson, from Kerry, was the musicianer in attendance, and played up to chanticleer. Communicated.
On Tuesday at the parish chapel, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, Mr. Michael Miniter, of William–street, Limerick, grocer, to Bridget, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas McMahon, High-street, in this town.

Clare Journal, Thur 18 Feb 1858: Marriages. On Tuesday, Denis Cullinan, Esq., eldest son of Timothy Cullinan, Esq., Shanaway, in this county, to Bedelia M. Kerin, second daughter of the late Thomas Kerin, Esq., of Glengariff Cottage, in this county.
On Monday, at Sixmile-bridge Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. Mr. Clune, P.P., John Nolan, Esq., of Mounttrenchard, Glynn, county Limerick, to Anne, daughter of Solomon Frost, Esq., of Rossmanaher House.
On Tuesday, at Kilmurry Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. P. Barry, P.P., Patrick Frost, Esq., of Dromline, to Maria, daughter of Michael Killeen, Esq., of Molosky.
On the 16th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Ennis, by the Rev. Thomas Warren, Constable Eaton, Miltown Malbay, to Miss Armstrong, Goodlands Cottage, Miltown Malbay.

Clare Journal, Mon 22 Feb 1858: Marriages. On the 10th inst., at Kilkee, by the Rev. T. Breen, P.P., Joseph Kelly, Esq., Friar’s-town, Kildare, to Anne Maria, daughter of the late T. Kelly, Esq., Leitrim Lodge.
On Saturday, at Killard Church, by the Rev. W. Goold, Samuel Brindley, Esq., of Happy Grove, near Nenagh, to Susan, third and youngest daughter of Thomas Studdert, Esq., of Danganelly house.
On Saturday, 13th February, at Mullough, by the Very Rev. Timothy Kelly, V.G. and P.P., of Kilrush, uncle to the bride, Mr. Pat. O’Dea, only son of the late Gilbert O’Dea, Esq., of Derrycrissane, to Maria, second daughter of the late Pat. Kelly, Esq., of Cragaknock.

Clare Journal, Thur 25 Feb 1858: Marriages. Mr. John Hassett, grocer, Kilkee, to Miss Mary Keating, of Ballyket, near Kilrush.

Clare Journal, Thur 4 Mar 1858: Marriages. At Killard, Samuel Brindley, Esq., of Happy Grove, near Nenagh, to Susan, third daughter of Thomas Studdert, of Danganelly House.

Clare Journal, Mon 29 Mar 1858: Marriages. At St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, on the 27th instant, by the Rev. Gordon Swift McNeill, John Haughton, Esq., only son of Alfred Haughton, Esq., of Ardfeigh, county Kildare, to Maria Jane, third daughter of the late Thomas Pilkington, Esq., of Waterpark, in this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 15 Apr 1858: Marriages. On last Tuesday morning, at Ennis church, by the Rev. C. Ward, Gavin Clarke, Esq., V.S., of Limerick, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of J. C. Ryall, Esq., of this town.

Clare Journal, Mon 26 Apr 1858: Marriages. On Saturday, 24th inst., at the Roman Catholic church, Sixmile-bridge, P. J. Kelly, Esq., M.D., eldest son of P. Kelly, Esq., Fortview, in this county, to Mary, eldest daughter of Solomon Frost, Esq., Rossmanagher House.

Clare Journal, Thur 6 May 1858: Marriages. On Tuesday, May 4, at Corofin Church, by the Rev. Charles Edward Waller, brother of the bride, Captain George S. Studdert, Newmarket House, to Agnes, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Charles Waller, Trimley, Suffolk.

Clare Journal, Mon 10 May 1858: Marriages. On Thursday, 6th inst., at the parish chapel, Kilmurry, Ibrickane, by the Rev. Mr. Molony, John C. Doherty, Esq., Caruduff, to Maria Casey, eldest daughter of James Casey, Esq., Seaville Cottage, Tromroe.

Clare Journal, Thur 10 Jun 1858: Marriages. At Broadford church, Euglish, son of the late John Philips, Esq., Bushfield, co. Tipperary, formerly of the 13th Light Dragoons, to Mary Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Bentley, Esq., of Hurlstown, in this county, J.P.

Clare Journal, Mon 28 Jun 1858: Marriages. At Parteen, Mr. Michael Moore, clerk of the Newcastle Union, to Miss Jane O’Sullivan, niece to the Rev. C. O’Sullivan.

Clare Journal, Thur 1 Jul 1858: Marriages. At Gort, on teh 17th June, Mr. Danl. McNamara, master of the Gort workhouse, to Hester Anne, second daughter of Mr. Corry, of Gort, and sister to Mrs. Eagers, of the Ennistymon workhouse.

Clare Journal, Thur 8 Jul 1858: Marriages. On the 19th June, Mr. John O’Loghlin, Master of the Ennistymon workhouse, to Miss Maryanne Davoren, Matron.
On the 3rd inst., in the Roman Catholic Church, Kildysart, by the Rev. Michael Roughan, P.P., Constable John Lambert, of the Clare Constabulary, to Mary Jane Hastings of Newmarket-on-Fergus.

Clare Journal, Thur 22 Jul 1858: Marriages. On Tuesday, at St. Mary’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. S. Abbott, John Eneas Burt, Esq., of Victoria Park, Manchester, to Annie, eldest daughter of the late William Owen, Esq., of Shepperton, in this county, and granddaughter of the late General Owen.

Clare Journal, Mon 30 Aug 1858: Marriages. At the church of the Immaculate Conception, Marlborough-street, Dublin, Crosbie O’Callaghan, Esq., Tralee, to Marianne, youngest daughter of the late Robert Ingram, Esq., and granddaughter of the late Rev. Henry Ievers Ingram, of Kilmurry.

Clare Journal, Mon 6 Sep 1858: Marriages. In Athy Church, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Charles Ward, Vicar of Kilmaley, assisted by the Rev. H. F. Macdonald, Thomas Pilkington, Esq., Water-park, this county, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Alfred Haughton, Esq., Ardreigh, Co. Kildare.

Clare Journal, Mon 13 Sep 1858: Marriages. Sept. 7, at St. Peter’s church, Dublin, by the Rev. Charles Fitzgerald, of Clondegad Glebe, Ennis, father to the bridegroom, Michael Fitzgerald, Esq., of Henrietta Susan, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Richard Coplen Langford, Vicar of Kilfarboy, in this county.
At Ennistymon, on Wednesday last, by the Rev.T. Newel, R.C.C., Austin, son of Mr. Michael Grady, of Newtown, Ennistymon, to Ellen, only daughter of Mr. Francis Gallery of Lahinch.

Clare Journal, Thur 16 Sep 1858: Marriages. In Ennis Chapel, by the Rev. Mr. McMahon, Mr. J. Considine, Church-street, to Susan, second daughter of Mr. William Rickards, Mill-street.

Clare Journal, Mon 20 Sep 1858: Marriages. On Saturday, 11th instant, at the Parish Chapel, Mullagh, by the Rev. Mr. Molony, Mr. Patrick Markham, Coor, to Bridget, only daughter of the late Mr. Patrick Sullivan, Ballymackea.

Clare Journal, Thur 23 Sep 1858: Marriages. On Tuesday, the 21st instant, at St. Patrick Church, Parteen, by the Right Rev. Dr. Fallon, R.C., Bishop of Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora, assisted by the Rev. Wm. Bourke, P.P., St. John’s, uncle of the bride, and Rev. Daniel O’Connor, D.D., Thomas Greene, Esq., Esq., Ennis, to Honoria, eldest daughter of John MacDonnell, Esq., J.P., Fairy-hill, in this county. The ships in harbour belonging to Mr. MacDonnell displayed their gayest flags in rejoicing for the happy event.

Clare Journal, Mon 4 Oct 1858: Marriages. At Killimer, on the 28th September, by the Rev. Father Fahey, Mr. Stephen Hennessy, Proprietor of the Manchester House, Kilrush, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. George Brew of Cluen.

Clare Journal, Thur 14 Oct 1858: Marriages. On yesterday morning, by the Rev. H. W. Jones, at Adare Church, W. Fosbery, Esq., son of the late Wm. Fosbery, Esq., of Grey-bridge, co. Limerick, to Jane, daughter of the late John Scot Esq., of Fir-grove, in this county.

Clare Journal, Mon 18 Oct 1858: Marriages. At St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, Frederick Beresford Molony, of the Civil Service, Madras, son of James Molony, Esq., D.L., Kiltannon, in this county, to Eleanor Jane, daughter of Arthur Edward-Gayer, Esq., Q.C., L.L.D., of Dublin.

Clare Journal, Thur 4 Nov 1858: Marriages. On Tuesday, by the Rev. Mr. Quinlan, C.C., St. John’s, Mr. P. Cusack, eldest son of Mr. Michael Cusack, O’Brien’s-Bridge, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr. Heaphy, John’s street.

Clare Journal, Thur 11 Nov 1858: Marriages. On Monday, by the Rev. Robert Harris, at Clare Church, Henry Vereker, Esq., of Limerick, to Jane, daughter of Richard J. Stacpoole, Esq., D.L., of Edenvale, in this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 2 Dec 1858: Marriages. At Callaghan’s Mills, by the Rev. Patrick Quaid, P.P., Mr. Michael Page, of Ohilley, co. Galway, to Bridget, third daughter of the late Mr. Mathew Boland, Clare Mount, in this county.

Clare Journal, Thur 30 Dec 1858: Marriages. On the 10th ult., Mr. P. Higgins, Cahercon, to Miss Bridget Stapleton, Lakeview cottage.

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Re: Some Marriage Notices, 1858

Post by smcarberry » Sat Jul 03, 2021 10:18 am

To illustrate the utility of these newspaper accounts of weddings and to caution against taking the publication date as an indication of the event date:

"Clare Journal, Thur 2 Dec 1858: Marriages. At Callaghan’s Mills, by the Rev. Patrick Quaid, P.P., Mr. Michael Page, of Ohilley, co. Galway, to Bridget, third daughter of the late Mr. Mathew Boland, Clare Mount, in this county."

Register, Parish of O'Callaghan's Mills, 1858:
Date: 24 November
Groom: Michael Page, Woodford
Bride: Bridget Boland, Claremount
Witnesses: John Lynch, Loughrea; Elizabeth Murphy, Ballaugh Castle

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