Clare Journal Dec 4 1854
On the 25th November, 1854, the wife of John Bindon Scott, Esq., D.L., of a

At Greenpark, Ennis, on the 2nd instant, by the Very Rev. Dean Kenny, John
Donovan, Esq., Constabulary, Newmarket-on-Fergus, to Emily, eldest daughter
of Capt. Macnamara, H.P. 60th Rifles.

At Sebastopol shortly after the Battle of Alma, Edward Greene, 88th
Regiment, second son to the late Edward Greene, Esq., Snugvill, County

Clare Journal Dec 7 1854
On Sunday last, at Sandymount, Miltown Malbay, Mary, the beloved wife of
Matt Kenny, Esq., ......aged 68.

Clare Journal Dec 11 1854
On Saturday, at Jail-street, Ennis, the wife of the Rev. T. Warren,
Presbyterian Minister, of a son.

On Saturday morning, the 9th inst., the lady of W. J. Skerritt, Esq., of
Finvara House, of twin sons.

At Ennistymon, on the 3d instant, of small pox, Simon, aged 10 years, only
son of the late Dr. Creagh, of this County, and nephew of Pierce Creagh,
Esq., Barriater-at-Law. He was a promising child, possessed of clever
intellect, with a preposscasing appearance, and a sweet disposition, which
endeared him to all who knew him.

Submitted by Declan Barron

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