Clare Journal June 14 1858
At Freagh, Miltown Malbay, the wife of Michael Kenny, Solicitor, of a daughter.
Clare Journal June 28 1858
On Saturday evening, at the house of her father, in Jail-street, Miss Eliza Crowe, daughter of Mr. George Crowe, for many years Postmaster of this town. Her premature dissolution is much regretted by all who knew her. She was for some years assistant to her father, and her close attention to the harrassing duties devolving upon her made such an inroad upon her constitution as deprived her of life at an early age.
At Kilrush, of fever, on the 24th instant, Mr. Patrick Hogan, aged 25 years, sincerely regretted by a large circle of friends. His amiable disposition and gentlemanly manners endeared him to all his acquaintances. His remains were conveyed to Limerick for internment. He leaves a widowed mother to mourn the loss of a good and kind son.
In London, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Kenny, widow of the late Michael William
Kenny, Esq., Staff Surgeon, of Scarth House, in this county. by her demise £50
a year fall into the crown, as the widow of a Staff Surgeon.
Submitted by Declan Barron
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