Published in Cavan, county Cavan
October 2, 1856
COUNTY OF CAVAN
Division of Cavan
A List of Applications received by the Clerk of thePeace from Persons seeking Excise For the Sale of Beer, Spirits, &c., by Retail, within said County, pursuant to the 3rd and 4th WM. IV., ch. 68; 6 and 7 WM. IV.; ch. 38: and 17 and 18 and inquired into at CAVAN, on Friday, eh 17th day of October next, immediately after the grand Jury shall have been Sworn.
No. Name. Residence. Parish. Barony 1. BRADY, Margaret Main Street, Cavan Urney Upper Loughtee 2. BAXTER, Phillip Ballinagh Kilmore Clonmaghan 3. CORRIGAN, Michael No. 5, Bridge-street, Cavan Urney Upper Loughtee 4. CASSIDY, James Main Street, Ballyheelan Ballymachugh Clonmaghan 5. CORRY, Matilda Main Street, Killeshandra Killeshandra Tullyhunco 6. COSTELLOE, John Arva Do. Do. 7. DOHERTY, Hannah Holborn-hill, Belturbet Annagh Lower Loughtee 8. HENNESY, John Ballyjamesduff Castleraghan Castleraghan 9. HENNESY, John Dublin Street, Ballyduff Do. Do. 10. LOVETT, William Main Street, Killeshandra Killeshandra Tullyhunco 11. M'CORMICK, John Castleterra Casteleterra Upper Loughtee 12. M'HUGH, John Kilgolagh Drumlummon Clonmaghon 13. QUAID, Denis Main Street, Killeshandra Killeshandra Tullyhunco 14. SMITH, Bridget Cavan Urney Upper Loughtee 15. SHERIDAN, Mary Main Street, Cavan Do. Do. 16. SHERIDAN, Thomas Bridge Street, Cavan Do. Do 17. SHERIDAN, Francis Arva Killeshandra Tullyhunco
GUSTAVUS TULLE DALTON,
Clerk of the Peace, County Cavan.
Cavan, 26th September, 1856.
October 9, 1856
On the 20th ult., in Ormond Quay, Dublin, by the Rev. Thomas GIBSON, Mr. William HUNTER, of the Grange, county Limerick, to Harriet, youngest daughter of Mr. OLDHAM DAVIES, of Branton, Devonshire.
October 30, 1856
On the 22nd instant, in Dawson-street, Dublin, the wife James BURROWES, Esq., of Lisnamandra, in this county, of a son.
At Cheltenham, Nathaniel MONTGOMERY, Esq., of Cullies House, Cavan, to Amelia Mary Anne, daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel HOLMES, and granddaughter of the later Major-General Sir Patrick ROSS.
October 25, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev.Hiette BRUSHE, brother of the bride, the Rev. Andrew HOGG, Incumbent of Urney and Annagelliffe, Brookvale House, Cavan, to Caroline, youngest daughter of the late James BRUSHE, Esq., of Glenbrook, Bray, county (sic) Wicklow.
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