Clare Journal Mar 26 1849
On Thursday night, the 22d inst., at the residence of his father, Freagh
Castle, after a few hours illness of cholera, deeply and deservedly
regretted by all who knew him, Patrick O'Kelly Kenny, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, aged 27.
On Friday, at Clare, of cholera, Mr. P. Corbett, rate collector.
On Saturday, of cholera, in the Causeway, Mr. M'Clatchy, Officer of Excise.
On Saturday, of cholera, Mr. and Mrs. Kitson, of MarKet-street.
On Saturday, of cholera, in Market-street, Miss Eliza Ryan, much regretted.
Yesterday, at Lahinch, of cholera, Mr. Denis Costello, grocer, Jail-street,
Yesterday of cholera, Mr. George M'Grath, brother to the Rev. Mr. M'Grath,
R.C.C., of this town, deeply and deservedly regretted.
This morning, in Jail-street, of cholera, Mr. Michael Gleeson, driver of
the Limerick car.
At Kilrush, of cholera, Jane, relict of the late James Patterson, Esq.
At Captain Crowe's, Bindon-street, on the 23d inst., after a few hours
illness, of cholera, Miss Anne Caulfield, much and deservedly regretted. her
many virtues, and the faithfulness with which she performed the duties of
her responsible situation, caused her to be highly valued and esteemed.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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