Clare Journal Nov 20 1843
Yesterday, at Newgrove Cottage, the residence of the bride's father, James
O'Brien, Esq., of the National Bank, Kilrush, to Fanny, daughter of Mr.
Thomas B. Burke.

In Limerick, at the house of Dr. Hutchins, Surgeon, Dentist to her Majesty,
Capt. David Arthur England, formerly of Cahircalla, in this county, at the
patriarchial age of 96 years - a gentleman who, both as an officer and as a
private individual, ever preserved the most masullied ? honor and
integrity, and by his uniform kindness of heart, and benevolence, endeared
himself to all who knew him.

At Maryfield, Miss Mary Dulhunty, daughter of the late Marcus Dulhunty,
Esq., after a protracted illness.

At Castle Lodge, near Kilrush, in the 63rd year of his age, Patrick
O'Kelly, Esq., sincerely regretted by his family and friends.

Washed overboard, on his passage from Liverpool to China, Mr. Thomas
Sherlock, grandson of the late Jonathan Monsel, Esq., of Kilrush.

Submitted by Declan Barron

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