The Cork Examiner, 2 August 1898
|DOOLY—July 28th, 1898, at 26, Castle street, Cork, the wife of Joseph Dooly, R.I.C. of a daughter.|
|O'CALLAGHAN—O'SULLIVAN—July 30th, at Tuogh, County Kerry, by the Rev.
Maurice Neligan, P.P. Daniel O'Callaghan, R.I.C., Firies, to Nora, eldest
daughter of Patrick O'Sullivan, Brookhill, Killorglin, County Kerry.
DENNEHY—BUCKLEY—July 30th, 1898, at SS. Peter and Paul's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Father Burke, C.C., Millstreet, James Dennehy, N.T., Cloghoola, to Ellie, youngest daughter of Timothy Buckley, Keam.
|O'MAHONY—August 1st, at his residence, 61, Clarence street, Edward, second
eldest son of John O'Mahony, aged 27 years. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow
(Wednesday) at 3.30 for St. Joseph's Cemetery.
AHERN—August 1st, at her residence, Victoria Road, Mary Elizabeth, aged 27, dearly beloved daughter of Wm. Ahern, ex-officer, Robert's Cove station. Funeral for St. Joseph's Cemetery on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. Requiescant in pace. Sweet Heart of Mary be her salvation. St. Francis pray for her.
LINEHAN—July 31st, at his residence, Timothy Linehan, merchant, Millstreet, aged 64 years. Deeply and sincerely regretted. Requiem High Mass at Millstreet Parish Church at 10.30 o'Clock. Funeral at 1.30 o'clock to-day (Tuesday) to Millstreet Cemetery. R.I.P.
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