Clare Journal Dec 21 1848
At his residence, this morning, Jail-street, Ennis, the lady of the Rev.
Charles Ward, of a son.
At Clonroad, the lady of Henry Harley, Esq., of a daughter.
On Monday last, at her lodgings, in Church-street, Eliza, third daughter of
the late Maurice O'Connor, Esq., of this town.
In Mill-street, of fever, to the deep affliction of his family, Mr. John
Howley. Through life he bore a high character for honesty and industry. his
loss will be long and deeply felt by his afflicted family and numerous
Clare Journal Dec 28 1848
At Kingstown, Lieutenant John Dennis Swinburne, 83d regiment, son of Major
Swinburne, 83d, to Alice Matilda, daughter of the rev. Richard Studdert
Welsh, of Newtown House, and Rector of Six-mile-bridge, in this county.
At Corofin, in this county, on the 24th inst., after a lingering and
protracted illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs Kerin,
relict of the late Mr. John Kerin, deeply regretted by her family.
At Lahinch, in this county, to the inexpressable grief of all who knew her,
Bidelia, fourth daughter of the late John Finucane, Esq., M.D., R.N., in
the 24th year of her age.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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