Clare Journal June 17 1833
On Wednesday, in Ennistymon, Morgan Finucane, Esq., M.D.
In Jail Street, Mr. Mat. Williams.
In same street, Mrs. Kean, relict of the Rev. Mr. Kean.
In Mill Street, Sergeant Crole, many years attached to the Band of the
Clare Militia - he was a native of Germany.
In Church Street, Mr. Patrick Carmody, Hotel keeper.
Clare Journal June 24 1833
On Friday last, to the great affliction of her family and friends, and to
the poor of her neighbourhood, to whom she was a constant benefactress,
Mrs. Blake, wife of Mr. Pat Blake, of Blakemount, in this county.
Same day, in Church Street, Mrs. Carmody, relict of Mr. Pat Carmody, whose
death we mentioned in our impression on Monday. Thus in one short week,
have ten children, six of them very young, been deprived of both their
parents - as afflicting a visitation of Providence as we have ever
On Thursday, in this town, Mr. John Marshall, son of the late Mr. Pat
On Friday morning, at his residence at Bunratty, in advanced age, Richard
Palliser, Esq., many years a highly respectable Magistrate and Grand Juror
of this county. This universally esteemed gentleman was a Burgess of the
Corporation of Limerick.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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