Clare Journal July 1 1836

At Finevara House, the Lady of George Comyn, Esq., of a son.

On Saturday morning, by the Rev. William A. Adamson, Mr. Marcus Talbot, to
Miss Eliza Lardner, both of this town (Ennis).

On Wednesday evening at Tulla, in the prime of his life, Arthur Brew, Esq.,
third son of the late Richard Brew, Prebendary of Tulla.

Clare Journal July 7 1836
At Clondigad Glebe, the Lady of the Rev. Charles Fitzgerald, of a son.

At Clareville, on Wednesday morning, Mrs. Mary Powell, relict of the late
Mr. Edmond Powell, of Mill Street, Ennis, aged 87 years.

On Monday, Lucy Anne, the youngest daughter of James Molony, Esq., of

Submitted by Declan.B.

Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser, - Published 4 July 1836


Thursday, the following gentlemen were sworn on the Grand Jury at the Court house, for fiscal business, before John O'Brien, of Elmvale, Esq.
High Sheriff:-

C. O'Brien, Esq. Birchfield, M.P., Foreman,
Crofton Moore Vandeleur, Kilrush House,
Andrew Stacpoole, Ballyolly,
Andrew Finucane, Ennistimon House,
Thomas Browne, Newgrove,
Francis Macnamara, Doolen,
Bindon Blood, Cranaher,
Thomas Studdert, Kilkishen,
William Scott, Knoppogue Castle,
Hugh Palliser Hickman, Fenloe,
Hugh O'Loghlen, Port,
William Fitzgerald, Adelphi,
John Singleton, Quinville,
Charles Creagh, Carrigery,
Edward Burton, Clifden,
Charles Mahon, Cahircalla,
Robert O'Brien, Dromaland,
A. Scott Broomfield, Hollywood, C. Wicklow,
William Richard Mahon, Newpark,
Maurice O'Connell, Kilgorey,
William Smith, Castlefergus,
Matthew Canny, Clonmony,
James Blake Butler, Glenwilliam, Esqs.

The Grand Jury will be re-sworn for Criminal business on to morrow, at 5 o'clock afternoon.

Submitted by David K.


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