Clare Journal Nov 4 1852
On Tuesday, at Clondegad, Francis Whitestone, Esq., M.R.C.S.I.,
...........about two years since he made a voyage to Sydney, as a
physician, in a first class merchant vessel, and sleeping on deck on his
return home he contracted a severe cold, that undermined and ultimately
broke down a frame, not capable of resisting the ravages of an insidious
At Bristol, Mr. William Trousdell, late of Ennis.
At Derrycrossane, near Kilrush, Mr. Gilbert O'Dea.
Clare Journal Nov 29 1852
At the Protestant Episcopal church, in the United States, by the Rev. W.
Stoue ?, William, eldest son of William Simmons, Esq., of Kilrush, county
Clare, Ireland, to Miss Jane Power, eldest daughter of the late P. Power,
Esq., Lifford House, said county, Ireland. - N. Y. Herald.
On Thursday, the 25th inst., at Kilkee church, by the Rev. Richard Gould,
Vicar of Killard, Thomas Evans, Esq., of Meelick, in this county, eldest
son of John Evans, Esq., Surveyor of Customs, Belfast, to Frances, youngest
daughter of the late Mr. Mathew Cox, of Laheens, also in this county.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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