IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal July 14 1834
At Baltard House, in this county, Mrs. Comyn, mother of the Rev. Michael Comyn.
At Athenry house, county of Galway, William Lopdell, Esq., at the advanced
age of 80 years. - Having no issue, his nephew and heir-at-law, John
Lopdell, Esq., barrister-at-law, succeeds to his several estates in this
county and Galway.
On Sunday morning, at his seat, Hurlston, in this county, William Bentley, Esq., aged 70. This esteemed Gentleman was a Magistrate for a period of more than forty years; and in the memorable year 1798, was Lieutenant of the Kilkishen Cavalry, and rendered efficient services to his county in those capacities. No man was more esteemed among the people, as well as the gentry of the district, where his usefullness as a resident landlord and independent Magistrate particularly endeared him to his tenantry. His charity was unbounded yet unostentatious, and his acts of benevolence embraced all classes and sects of the community. The site for a Church and Church yard of his own demesne was his free gift to the parish of Broadford. His remains were interred on Tuesday morning in the family vault in Kilsiley
Clare Journal July 24 1834
At Ballycasey, in this county, after a lingering illness, John Canny, Esq.,
a gentleman beloved and respected by his numerous friends.
On Tuesday in this town, after a few days illness, the Rev. Edmund Lee,
P.P., of Elfin, in the county of Limerick.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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