IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser - Publication Date: 7 April 1864
At Killaloe, the wife of Mr. Philip Sparling, of a son.
At 52, Lower Baggot-street, Dublin, the wife of A. B. Knox, Esq, of a son
April 2, at Mountjoy Prison, the wife of Eidon Piers Butler Ward, Esq,
of a son
March 31, at Ballygawley, Standish de Courey O'Grady, Captain 64th Regt,
youngest sone of the late O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, County Limerick, to
Charlotte, third daughter of the late George Powell Houghton, Esq, of
Kilmannock House, County Wexford.
On the 31st March, at Moviddy Church, John Cochrane, Esq, eldest son of
James Cochrane, Esq, Croghan House, County Donegal, to Emma Elizabeth,
youngest daughter of the Rev Robert Warren, Crooktown House, County Cork.
At Church-street, in this town, on Tuesday, Henrietta Ryall, aged 24
years, daughter of the late John Charles Ryall, Esq, of Ennis
In Dublin, Nannie, the beloved daughter of Martin Honan Burke, Esq,
Shearmount, in this county, in the 14th year of her age.
On the 31st March, at Langham House, Ham Common, Charles Sneyd
Edgeworth, of Edgeworthstown, D L, County Longford.
At Cromragh House, Grace Everina, daughter of the late John Palissar,
Esq, of Derryluskan, county of Tipperary, and Cromragh, County Waterford.
INQUEST IN LIMERICK
An inquest was held by John Gleeson, Esq., on Tuesday last, on the body
of Miss Margaret Clancy, daughter of a respectable citizen, Mr. John
Clancy, Upper William-street. The deceased died suddenly this morning,
and it appearing from the evidence of Mr. Clancy, Apothecary,
William-street, that no other then natural causes, operated in producing
the event - the Jury returned a verdict in conformity with the medical
statement. An unpleasant controversy occurred in the course of the
inquiry, that led to the imposition of a fine of forty shillings, and
its reception, on one of the Jurors, who refused to sign the issue. The
controversy, curiously enough, arose from castor oil.
Submitted by David K.
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