Clare Journal Feb 5 1857
On Saturday last, aged 70, Mrs. Jane Killeen, of Moloskey, in this county.
At Corofin, aged 27, Michael Cahill, late Relieving Officer of Corofin Union. He was of exceptionable character, and deservedly loved by a numerous circle of friends who deplore his loss.
Sarah, fourth daughter of the late Capt. Garratt, Royal Navy, and granddaughter of the late Thomas Davenport Hunt, Esq., J.P., Kilrush, in this county.
Clare Journal Feb 19 1857
On the 14th., inst., at Kilrush Church, by the Rev. R. S. Welsh, of Newtown House, grandfather of the bride, J. Marriner Redmayne, Esq., son of Giles Redmayne of Boothey Hall, Westmoreland, and of York-place, Portman-square, London, Esq., to Jane, only daughter of Rear-Admiral Studdert, of Pella, in this county.
On Tuesday, at the Roman Catholic Church, Scariff, by the Rev. Michael O'Connor, P.P., of Clare, John Lyons, Esq., of Barntick, to Kate, eldest daughter of Mr. John Crotty, of Scariff.
On Monday last, at the Parish Chapel, Ennis, by the Rev. Mr. Newport, Mr. James Leydon, of the firm McMahon and Leydon of this town, to Ellen, daughter of the late Thomas Butler, of this town.
On Saturday evening, at the same place, Mr. T. Finn, Church-street, to Miss Kate Blanche, both of Ennis.
In Dublin, Joseph Miller, lieutenant in the 13(?)th foot, son of the late Captain Miller, of the 25th regiment, who resided in this town for some years after leaving the army.
Clare Journal Feb 26 1857
At Kilmurry Roman Catholic chapel, Mr. Wm Cleary, of the Clare Constabulary, to Mary Hadlock, third daughter of Mr. Wm. Hadlock, of Kilmurry McMahon Cottage, in this county.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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