The Clare Journal, 21 February 1848
   At Kilmurry, county Cork, Robert, the only son of John Isaac Heard, Esq., of Kinsale, to Charlotte, daughter of John B. Warren, Esq., of Warren's Grove.
   In London Percy, youngest son of Alfred Robinson, Esq., of Orchard street, Portman square, London, to Eliza Sarah, youngest daughter of Major-General Aylmer, of Worthing, Sussex.
   At Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, the Hon. Thomas A. Haviland, Colonial Secretary, to Amalia Jenette, widow of Captain Emslie, of the 3d Regt.
   At the residence of the bride's mother, Upper Glentworth-street, Limerick, Patrick Lynch, Esq., builder, to Miss B. Halpin.
   In Kilrush, J. Devitt, Esq., Manager of the National Bank, Nenagh, to Maria, eldest daughter of Matt. Kelly, Esq., Manager of the Kilrush National Bank.
   At Skibbereen, J. Crowley, Esq., Surgeon, &c., to Jane Mary, second daughter of Michael Doyle, Esq., Comptroller of Customs.
   At Plymouth Church, Lieut. W. Lockyer, R. N., to Eliza Sellina, youngest daughter of Colonel Bell, 48th Regt., late of the city of Limerick.
   In St. Catherine's Church, Mr. Charles Hedglong [Hodglong?], of Grafton-street, to Matilda Emily, fifth daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Flint, of Drumcondra.
   At the house of the bride's aunt, Mrs. White, Dublin-street, Clonmel, Mr. Patrick Morrisy, Main-Guard, to Miss M. Foley.
   On the 14th inst., at Newmarket-on-Fergus, to the inexpressible grief of her husband, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Michael Morony, of Ennis, aged 24 years.
   Near Mount Browne, Mr. Isaac Sheils, late of Castle-street, city of Dublin.
   At his house, in Hartstonge-st, Limerick, suddenly of apoplexy, Pierce Creagh, Esq., late of the Royal Navy, and poor law valuator of the Limerick union.
   At the house of his brother-in-law, Z. M. Lodger, Esq., George-st, Limerick, Captain Joseph Crips, late 74th Regiment.
   In the 24th year of his age, J. O'Donnell, Esq., Eldest son of Michael O'Donnell, Esq., Guarranekeogh, county Limerick. He was heir to an extensive property.
   On Sunday, in George-street, Limerick, Christina, the beloved wife of John Hogan, Esq.
   At Drumbroneth, Mary, relict of the Rev. James Waddel, late minister of the Second Presbyterian congregation, Dromore.
   At Tullyhogue, co. Tyrone, Samuel Brown, third son of Lieut. A. Crozier, of the Royal North Down Militia.
   At his house in Thomas-street, Mr. Jeremiah Gleeson, many years a Master Taylor [sic] in Limerick city.
   At Birr, Miss Anne Molloy.
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