Clare Journal Apr 12 1849
At his father's residence, Hermitage, of cholera, after a few hours
illness, Thomas, eldest son of John Tydd, Esq., Sub-sheriff of Clare. the
sudden death of this young man, so soon after that of her sister, to whom
he gave most unceasing attention during her illness, has much added to the
poignant grief of his family, and cast a deep gloom over all his
aquaintance, - Truly " in the midst of life we are in death ".
On Sunday, the 8th inst., at her father's residence, Kilkee, Julia, wife of
Francis Coffee, Esq., C.E. During the short period of her matrimonial
existence, she was the source of the most profound happiness to her
bereaved husband, and was ever much beloved by her afflicted parents, to
whom from an early stage of her childhood, she evinced the highest degree
of attachment and filial affection.
On Monday, of cholera, Mrs. Brennan, of the Causeway, Ennis.
At Kilkee, Mrs. Martin, relict of the late N. Martin, Esq., Captain of the
At Newmarket-on-Fergus, on Friday, the 6th inst., of cholera, Mr. James
Ryan, whom, for his kind benevolence and humane disposition, is much
regretted by all who knew him.
On Tuesday, of cholera, Eliza, daughter of Mr. James O'Brien, Mill-street.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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