Clare Journal Jan 10 1861
On the 15th of August last, at St. Michael's Chapel, Limerick, by the Rev. James O'Brien, P.P., Mr. Thos. Carroll, late of the Clare constabulary, to Anne, second daughter of Sergeant John Pratt, late of the 60th Rifles.
On Wednesday morning, at St. Michael's Church, Limerick, by the Rev. Edward Elmhurst, M.A., Rector Shawell, Leicestershire (brother of the bridegroom), assisted by the Very Reverend the Dean of Kilfenora, and the Venerable the Archdeacon of Limerick, Colonel C. Elmhurst, Commanding second battalion 9th regiment, son of the late R. Elmhurst, Esq., of West Ash Grove, Lincolnshire, and Deputy Lieutenant of that county, to Francis Dorothea, daughter of Robert Hunt, Esq., of George's-st., Limerick.
On yesterday, at the Causeway, after a lingering illness borne with christian patience and resignation to the divine will, Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr. Francis Macnamara.
At Ardsollas, Quin, on Saturday, Mr. Thomas O'Hanlon, aged 11 years ; also his sister, Honora, aged 20 years.

Clare Journal Jan 24 1861
On Monday last, at his seat, Buncraggy, in this county, James O'Gorman, Esq., He was universally esteemed and respected by all who knew him, and deservedly so, for he fulfilled the relative duties of husband, parent, and friend in a very eminent degree. his remains were deposited at the burial place of his family, at Kilfarboy, on yesterday morning, attended by a numerous crowd of sorrowing friends.
On Monday last, at his residence, at Spanish Point, Miltown Malbay, after a lingering illness, Francis Casey, Esq.
On the 18th Jan. at Thornbury, in the co. Clare, Mrs. Molesworth, relict of the late Hickman Molesworth, Esq.

Submitted by Declan


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