Clare Journal Nov 4 1850
Yesterday morning, at Finnevarra, in this county, the lady of W. J.
Skerritt, Esq., of a son.

Clare Journal Nov 21 1850
     At Drumconora, Ennis, of fever, on Tuesday, the 19th instant, aged 23
years, Hugh Ross, second son of the late Right Hon. Sir Michael O'Loughlin,
Bart., Master of the Rolls. This very amiable young gentleman is sincerely
regretted by all who had the pleasure of his aquaintance. His incessant and
valuable exertions as a member of Relief Committees, and a Poor Law
guardian, showed how deeply he sympathised with the sufferings of the poor
around him during the past few years ; and gave early indications of a
useful life, which has been suddenly cut short by the ruthless hand of
     At Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare Penelope Mercer Chadwick, late of Manchester.

Clare Journal Nov 28 1850
At Ballnagrave, Mr. James Edwardy, of Limerick, to Miss Floyd, daughter of
the late Mr. Richard Floyd, of this town.

On Monday morning at Fomerla, at the advanced age of nearly 100 years, Mrs.
O'Dwyer, relict of the late William O'Dwyer, Esq., of Dunogan, in this
county. An old lady much respected.

Submitted by Declan Barron


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