IRELAND OLD NEWS
Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser - Publication Date: 24 March 1864
At Thomond House, Limerick, the lady of J. Stein, Esq, of a son.
At Blackrock, Dublin, the wife of A. J. O'Connor, Esq, of Haxelwood,
county Galway, of a son and heir.
March 17th, st St Anne'd Church, Dublin, Edmond Langley Hunt, Esq,
Curragh Bridge, to Annie B. C. Jones, only daughter of the late
Lieut-Colonel Francis W. Dillon, 18th Royal Irish.
At Riugrone (?) Church, County Cork, Mr. Robert Acton, to Ellen,
daughter of Mrs. Howe, of Garsanreigh House.
On Wednesday morning, at his residence, Mill-street, in this town, Mr.
P. Canny, in his 38th year, a much respected trader of Ennis, and one
whose death is sincerely regretted by a large and sympathising circle of
friends, to whom Mr. Canny's honest, straightforward, and sterling
qualities of character endeared him as a citizen and acquaintance. His
demise creates a vacancy in the Town Commissioner's body.
At Erye-square, Galway, John Francis Blake, Esq, aged 76 years,
proprieter of the Galway Vindicator, Mr. Blake was highly esteemed by
his fellow-citizens, of whose interest and prosperity his able paper was
ever the constant and unflinching advocate, as it was the uncompromising
foe of anti-national and anti-Irish men and measures.
At Greenlawn, Limerick, Mrs O'Connor, relict of Mr Michael O'Connor.
Submitted by David K.
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