IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal Feb 2 1860
At Moyadda, near Kilrush, on Tuesday morning, John, only son of Thomas Lillis, Esq., Churchtown, dearly beloved by hid friends and acquaintances as an upright and truly honest young man. He bore his sickness, though tedious, with Christian fortitude. his remains were followed to its last resting place by a very large circle of friends and relatives, who wept for the loss of so young a friend and relative.
On Saturday, Mr. Thomas Byrne, late of Cratloe and Caherelly, son of Mr. John Byrne, of 35, Upper Cecil-street, Limerick.
Clare Journal Feb 23 1860
On Tuesday, by the Rev. A. Newport, C.C., Mr. Thos. Carroll, builder, of this town, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. P. Edwards.
On Tuesday, by the Rev. J. McMahon, C.C., Mr. Thos. Edwards, to Bridget, eldest daughter of Mr. John Molony, Market-street.
On Sunday, the 19th inst., Mr. Richard O'Grady, aged 80 years, of Garrynagry, parish of Kilmaly.
Clare Journal Feb 27 1860
Jan 16, at Bombay, Henry Frederick, youngest son of the late Captain Edward Whyte, Royal Navy, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Francis Comyn, Esq., of Hollywell, in this county.
At his father's house, at Lahinch, in this county, Walter Davis, Esq., eldest son of George Davis, Esq.
At Lahinch, on wednesday, after a short illness, at an advanced age, the Rev. Patrick Quinlivan, formerly P.P., of Inagh. from the beginning of his sickness which he dreaded would prove fatal, he was constantly attended by one of the Ennistymon Curates. Though comparitively a stranger, and apparently friendless - he experienced much kindness and attention from both the parochial clergy, and the people.
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