Clare Journal June 18 1832
At Brookville, near this town, of a short illness, Eliza, youngest daughter
of the late Richard Griffin.
In Jail Street, at the house of her son-in-law, Wm. Finnucane, Esq., Mrs.
Sitred, relict of Pat. Sitred, Esq.
On Saturday, in Hunt's Lane, Miss Burke.
Of Cholera, last week, Mr. James Mahony, of Mill Street, hat manufacturer ;
Mrs. O'Donohue, wife of Mr. Pat O'Donohue, publican ; Mrs. Culliney, relict
of Mr. John Culliney, leather cutter ; Mr. Kennedy, formerly of Nenagh ; in
Clare, Mr. McDermott ; Mr. Luke Tymens, his wife, son and daughter.
Yesterday, of cholera, aged 102, Mrs. Lewin.
This morning, in Church Street, Mrs. McGrath, widow of Mr. William McGrath,
Submitted by Declan Barron
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