IRELAND OLD NEWS
Ennis Chronicle Feb 3 1827 Sat
Tuesday morning, Mr. Andrew Molony, of Mill street, Shopkeeper, to Lucy Anna, eldest daughter of the late Mrs. John Lardner of Jail Street.
Ennis Chronicle Feb 7 1827
To Be Sold
The Freehold estate of Carhuefinick & Carhuemore
Information given ... by reference to Thomas Steele Esq., Hibernian Hotel, Dawson street, or Mssrs. Wogan & Studdert, his solicitors No.45 Camden street, Dublin.
Ennis Chronicle Feb 10 1827
Roman Catholic Meeting
.... Mr. N. Mahon ...
Ennis Chronicle Feb 17 1827
At Ballintemple, William Henry Barron, Esq., of Hermitage, county Waterford, to Catherine, daughter of Samuel Cooper, of Killenue Castle, in the county of Tipperary, Esq.
Ennis Chronicle Feb 24 1827 Sat
The New Catholic Association met on Saturday at 3 o'clock, Sir T. Esmonde in the chair, Mr. Secretary O'Gorman rose to propose, that a respected Protestant Gentleman, not unknown to the Association, he meant Mr. Thomas Steel, be admitted a member. He was a Protestant Gentleman of the county Clare. He, Mr. O'Gorman had known him from his early youth and he knew him to be distinguished for his attachment not only to the great question which interests this county, but to the principals of civil and religious liberty in their most enlarged sense. He was a gentleman of fortune in Clare. He had spent a great part of his life in foreign countries, had travelled much, and benifited by his travels. He devoted himself with ardour to the cause of Emancipation .......... the motion was carried.
At Killaloe, on Monday night, Mrs. Martin, wife of Michael Martin, Esq., a lady universally lamented.
Ennis Chronicle Feb 28 1827
At Hazelwood, the lady of Hugh Singleton, Esq., of a daughter.
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