Clare Journal Mar 23 1857


On the 19th inst., at Clonderlaw House, the lady of Francis Gore, Esq., of Tyreda castle, of a son and heir.


At the Roman Catholic chapel, Mullough, by the Rev. E. Barry, P.P., Mr. Patrick Horan, R.N., to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. George O'Doherty, of Ballynacally.


At 55, George's-street, Limerick, Frances, relict of the late Bindon Scott, Esq., of Cahircon, in this county.

Friday, Marcella, youngest daughter of John Singleton, Esq., of Quinville Abbey, in this county.

At Sea, on the 29th November last, on her return from a visit to her uncle, Mr. Michael Shannon, Postmaster, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Mrs. Harrison, the lady of James? Harrison, Esq., of Geelong, a member of the Legeslative Council of Melbourne. Her remains were conveyed to the church of Geelong by her sorrowing friends, who admired all the amiable qualities which caused her ......? much regretted.

At Fomerla, in this county, aged 74, Catherine, relict of the late George Perry, Esq.

Submitted by Declan Barron

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