Ennis Chronicle April 13 1825

The Rev. James Mahon, Plaintiff
James O'Gorman, Defendant.
.. action brought by plaintiff, a Protestant Clergyman, living in county Kerry against the defendant, late a shopkeeper, living in Kilrush, for money expended by the plaintiff in the maintenance of his sister, the wife of the defendant. .... referred to the Protestant minister for arbitration.

Ennis Chronicle April 20 1825 Wed

Aggregate meeting
O'Connell - To my friend Mr. O'Gorman I feel called upon to make a special tribute ...... there is not a heart in the country that beats more truly to the sound of Liberty than that of Nicholas P. O'Gorman. ...

On Sunday morning last, at her house, at Newpark, to the deep affliction of her family and friends, after a few days illness, Mrs. Mahon, widow of the late Patrick Mahon, Esq., and sister to Nicholas P. O'Gorman, Esq., Barrister-at-law.

... the deputation to present the address to His Majesty .... James O'Gorman Mahon ....

Submitted by Declan


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