Clare Journal May 3 1855
At Cragleigh, the lady of William Kenny, jnr., Esq., of a son.
On Monday last, at the church of Kilmurry, Clonderlaw by the Rev. Richard
Studdert, Capt. Francis Gore, of the Clare Militia, and of Tyredagh castle,
co. Clare, to Ellen, daughter of George Studdert, Esq., J.P., Clonderlaw.
The happy pair were attended to and from the alter by 100 of the relatives
and friends of the respective families, who partook of an elegant dejeuner
at Clonderlaw house. The bride and bridegroom left at 4 o'clock, via
Limerick, en route for the County of Wicklow - On arriving at Clare
village, where relays of horses were stationed, the band and men of the
Militia turned out and loudly cheered the happy pair.
On Sunday in Jail-street, by the Rev. Mr. Newport, Michael Hewson,
Sergeant-Major, Clare Regiment of Militia, to Frances, daughter of the late
Mr. John Morony.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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