The Clare Journal, 3 October 1842
At a hurling match near the town yesterday, a young man having fallen before a playmate, when both were following the ball, was accidentaly struck in the head by his hurley, and received a dreadful injury. So much for Sunday amusement.
Submitted by dja

Clare Journal Oct 24 1842
In Chester, Mrs. O'Brien, relict of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Christopher
O'Brien, of the Clare Militia and daughter of the late Augustine
Fitzgerald, Esq., of Toureen.

At O'Brien's bridge, Rebecca, wife of Robert Atkins Franks, Esq

Submitted by Declan Barron

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