Clare Journal July 2 1860
This morning in Jail-street, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Greene, Jane relict of the late Surgeon H. Waiblinger, of the late Brunswick Hussars.
At Mill-street, on Friday last, Mr. John Hassett, aged 50 years, Mineral Water Manufacturer, sincerly and deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

Clare Journal July 5 1860
At Waterpark, the lady of Thomas Pilkington, Esq., of a daughter.

Clare Journal July 16 1860
At Altavilla, on the 10th inst., Richard Dickson Daxon, Esq., late of Caradota, in this county.

Clare Journal July 23 1860
This morning, at the Roman Catholic Church of this town, by the Rev. Dean Kenny, Mr. John Torpey, ?.O., to Miss Ellen Fitzgerald, eldest daughter of mr. Maurice Fitzgerald, Architect.
This morning, in Market-street, after a lingering illness, at the early age of 26, Mr. Michael Molony, of this town, who for the past 5 years filled an official office under A. C. Adair, Esq., County Surveyor. Desceased was a young man of many estimable qualities, which rendered him much respected and esteemed amoungst his friends and acquaintances who will long regret his premature demise. 

Clare Journal July 30 1860
On Saturday, at the Catholic Church, Kilmihil, by the Rev. Michael Dollard, P.P., Mr. Thomas O'Donoghue, Kilfenora, to Miss Honora O'Dea, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Gilbert O'Dea, Kilmihil.

Submitted by Declan


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