Clare Journal Dec 3 1838

On Saturday, Mr. John McNamara, Painter, to Ellen, daughter of the late Mr.
G. C. Hodges, both of this town.

At Knock, William Henn, Esq., for many years a highly respectable
magistrate in this county.

On Saturday evening, aged 25 years, of a few days illness, at Fomerla, in
this county, the residence of his father-in-law, George Perry, Esq., James
Stokes, Esq., to the inexpressible grief of an afflicted wife and
respectable friends and relatives.

On Friday morning in Jail Street, at the house of his brother-in-law, Mr.
Robert McGrath, William, son of Mr. James Honan, of Kilkee.

On Friday, aged nearly 90 years, Mr. Matthew Glinn, many years Nurseryman
at Kiltannon, a strictly honest man and much respected.

Clare Journal Dec 14 1838

At Kilmurry, John Griffin, of Kilrush, Esq., M.d., to Mary, eldest daughter
of the Rev. James Martin, Rector of Kilmurry.

Clare Journal Dec 17 1838

At Ennistymon Church, on Wednesday morning, by the Lady's uncle, the Rev.
Richard Brew, John Geo. Brown, esq., to Ellen, eldest daughter of the late
Morgan Finucane, Esq., M.D., of the Cottage, Ennistymon.

George Sampson, Esq., of Clonmoher, to Ann, daughter of the late John
Greatorex, Esq., of Rathkeale, county Limerick

Submitted by Declan Barron

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