Clare Journal Apr 26 1852
At O'Brien's Bridge, the lady of James Denniston, Esq., of a daughter.
On the 21st of January, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr.
Moffatt, Henry, eldest son of Thomas Whitestone, of Clondigad, county
Clare, Esq., to Henrietta Lucinda, eldest daughter of the late Henry
Santille Baker, Esq., Resident Engineer to the Wellesley Bridge and Docks
of the city of Limerick, and grand niece to the late Right Hon. Oliver
Count D'Alton, of Mount D'Alton, county Westmeath.
Clare Journal Apr 29 1852
In Ennis, Patrick Kelly, Esq., to Mary, daughter of the late Francis
O'Brien, Esq., Limerick.
On Sunday last, in Church-street, at the residence of his uncle, Thomas
Greene, Esq., of water on the brain, John, eldest son of the late Mr.
William Corry, aged 11 years. He was an interesting and intelligent child,
and for his many good qualities, so early developed, which endeared him to
his relatives and friends, he will long be remembered by them with regret.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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