Clare Journal Dec 2 1858
At Callaghan's Mills, by the Rev. Patrick Quaid, P.P., Mr. Michael Page, of Ohilley, co. Galway, to Bridget, third daughter of the late Mr. Matthew Boland, Clare Mount, in this county.

At the Glebe, Mount Temple, the Rev. Wm. Peacocke, rector of the union of Ballyloughloe and Drumrainy, son of the late Sir Joseph Peacock, Bart., of Barntre.

At No. 3, Swift's-row, Dublin, Mr. Jonathan Thomas Gregg, printer, youngest son of the late Jonathan Gregg, Esq., barrister-at-law, The Hermitage, Ennis, county Clare, aged 59 years.

Clare Journal Dec 13 1858
Suddenly, on Saturday last, the Rev. Mr. Foley, P.P., od Doora, aged 60 years. The reverend gentleman was during the day, hearing confession in the Chapel of Bearfield, and had walked out for a few minutes recreation, when he was seized with a fit of apoplexy and fell to the ground. When discovered, life was totally extinct.

On the 10th inst., after a painful illness Maria Ellen, aged 10 years, eldest daughter of George Lysaght, Esq., of Cappa House, in this county.

Submitted by Declan Barron

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