The Cork Examiner, 30 June 1843
ELIZA M'CARTHY, otherwise SHUMOR, widow of the late JOHN M'CARTHY, deceased. THOMAS MAGUIRE and ANNE MAGUIRE, otherwise SHUMOR, his wife, and JOHN LOTHIAN, the younger, an infant, by his Father JOHN LOTHIAN, the elder, PLAINTIFFS.
JOHN AHEARN and MARY AHEARN, otherwise HARDING, his wife, PATRICK AUGUSTUS WHITE and MARGARET WHITE, otherwise SHUMOR, his wife, JAMES HARDING and ELIZA SHUMOR, DEFENDANTS.
|PURSUANT to an order made in the cause, bearing date the 9th of May, 1843, I require all creditors of GEORGE HARDING, deceased, in said order particularly mentioned and also all persons next of kin to said GEORGE HARDING, and claiming a distributive share of his assets, to come in before me at my Chambers, on the Inns Quay, Dublin, on or before the 26th day of July next, and prove their respective demands and claims, otherwise they will be precluded all benefit from said order. Dated this 24th day of June, 1843, J. J. TOWNSEND. —J. O. WOODHOUSE, Solicitor for the Plaintiff, Ormond Quay, Dublin.|
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