IRELAND OLD NEWS
Freeman's Journal (Dublin) Aug 20 to Aug 24 1765
A few days ago at Castlehenry in the County of Clare Henry D'Esterre, Esq.
Freeman's Journal (Dublin) Aug 27 to Aug 31 1765
At Ennis, Mr. Robert Gregg, of the city of Dublin, Attorney, to Miss Catherine Hickman, daughter of Thomas Hickman of Killoe, in the County of Clare, Esq.
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Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Tues., 30 July 1765 - Sat. 3 Aug 1765
In Belfast, Robert BATT, Esq to Miss Hannah HYDE.
Mr. MORRES, of Ball's-lane to the agreeable Miss GRIFFIN, of Martin's-lane.
In Corke, Mr. Jeremiah CRANE, an eminent Ship Builder.
In Cross-street, Cork, Mr. STAFFORD.
On Aston's quay, Mr. John BORROWDALE, Grocer.
In Limerick, The Wife of Henry BRIDGEMAN, Esq.
At Mallow, Mrs. PEEKE, Wife of the Rev. Mr. PEEKE, Minister of the French
Church at Corke.
In Grafton-street, Mr. HODSKINTON, an eminent Haberdasher.
This Week, Mrs. KELLY, of Tunock, in the County of Roscommon, of a Son.
Sat., 3 Aug 1765 - Tues., 6 Aug 1765
On Friday Evening, the Wife of Francis MATHEW, of Thomastown, in the County
of Tipperary, Esq was safely delivered of a Daughter at his House in
A few Days ago, on Summer-hill, Mr. Richard DOYLE, Merchant.
Tues., 6 Aug 1765-Sat. 10 Aug 1765
Thursday last, in Duke-street, the Lady of James PUREFOY, Esq. of a
In Galway, Mr. RIDGE, Attorney.
Sunday last, at Mount-Brown, County Mayo, the Hon. Mrs. BROWN KELLY.
Sat. 10 Aug. 1765 - Tues., 13 Aug 1765
A few Days ago, Vesey COLCLOGH, Esq to Miss GROGAN, Daughter of John GROGAN,
Esq, Member of Parliament for Enniscorthy, with a large Fortune.
On Saturday 7-Night, at St. George's, Hanover Square, Christopher HORTON, of
Corton-hall, in the County of Derby, Esq to Miss Anna LUTRELL, Daughter of
Simon LUTRELL, Esq, Member for Wigan, in Lancashire.
Last Friday 7-Night, in childbed, at Bristol Hot Wells, Mrs. LUCAS, Wife of
Dr. Charles LUCAS.
At Kilnaglery, near Carrigoline, Mr. Giles BUSTEED, aged 86 Years.
In William-street, Mrs. LAPIER, aged 91 Years.
Sunday last, in Dorset-street, John KEATING, Esq.
Tues., 13 Aug 1765 - Sat., 17 Aug 1765
The Lady of the Hon. Major CAULFIELD, of a Son.
At Bath, Jacob BOR, of this City, Esq.
In Eustace-street, Mrs. CONNOR.
At Bath, James WEMYS, Esq, Member of Parliament for CALLAN, in the County of
Sat., 17 Aug 1765-Tues., 20 Aug 1765
At the Quaker's Meeting House, Corke, Mr. Joshua FENNELL, to Miss NEWSOM,
Daughter of Mr. John NEWSOM, of that City, Merchant.
Arthur FRENCH, Esq of Frenchbrook, in the County of Roscommon to Miss
O'ROURKE, Daughter of Hugh O'ROURKE, Esq of Crevagh, in the County of
On the 11th inst. at Port-Glenone, of an abscess in his Bowels, George
EVELYN, Son of the Rev. Dr. EVELYN.
At his Seat at Castle Henry, in the County of Clare, Henry D'ESTARE, Esq.
At Cloughnakilty, Mr. William ELLIS, an eminent Attorney.
Mrs. ABELL, Wife of Mr. Abraham ABEL, one of the People called Quakers.
Mr. Wm. PHILIPS, of Mount Philips, in the County of Tipperary.
Tues., 20 Aug 1765 - Sat., 24 Aug 1765
Thursday 7-Night, the Lady of Lord Viscount STOPFORD was safely delivered of
a Son at his Lordship's House in Berkeley-square, London.
In Corke, Mrs. BARRY.
Same Place, Mrs. HURLEY.
At Artane, Mr. John GORMAN.
Wednesday, the Rev. Mr. Richard TALBOT, of Cook-street.
Thursday, suddenly, Mr. Robert PHILIS, Wire-drawer in Meath-street.
In Corke, Catherine SHEEHAN, a poor Woman, who had long laboured under a
Dropsey, for which she had been tapped 97 Times since the Month of June
Monday, Owen MARTIN died in the Inns-Quay Infirmary, of the Wounds he
received from some Villains in a Garden, which he was set to watch at the
Broad-Stone, about a fortnight since; the Coroners Inquest brought in their
Verdict, wilful Murder by persons unknown.
Sat., 24 Aug 1765-Tues 27 Aug 1765
At Athunry in the County of Galway, Henry FAIRCLOATH, one of the Attornies
in the Court of Exchequer, to Miss Anne HICKIE.
In Cork, Mr. John DOWMAN, jun. Merchant, to Miss Anne COLTHURST, Daughter of
Mr. DOWMAN of Carrig, in said County.
On Tuesday, the 19th inst. at Ennis, Mr. Robert GREGG, of the City of
Dublin, Attorney to Miss Catherine HICKMAN, Daughter of Thomas HICKMAN, of
Killoe, in the County of Clare, Esq. with a handsome Fortune.
In Limerick, Mrs. SMITH, wife of John SMITH, Burgess.
In Waterford, Mr. Peter FOWLER.
At Porto Bello Mr. Rob HALL.
Near Enniscorthy, Mrs. POUNDEN.
At Lisburn, in the County of Antrim, on the 19th of this Month, in the 30th
Year of his Age, the Rev. Edw. JOHNSON, Vicar of Maghragal.
Last Wednesday, at the Blackrock, Cornet LORD, Son of Counsellor LORD, of
Sunday, Mr. Alexander EWING, Bookseller.
In Dame-street, Mrs. REDFORD, wife of Mr. REDFORD, Sadler.
Tues., 27 Aug 1765-Sat., 31 Aug 1765
Wednesday last, at Gill-Hall, in the County of Down, Sir John MEAD, Bart. to
A few Days since, at Bath, John MILLER, Esq of Ballycasey, in the Co. of
Clare to Miss RIGGS, Daughter and Heiress of the Right Hon. Edward RIGGS of
Riggsdale in teh County of Cork and Binfield in Berkshire, late Commissioner
of his Majesty's Revenues.
Mr. Peter GAINER, Upholsterer in Great Britain-street, to the agreeable Miss
MURTAGH, with a Fortune of £600.
Wednesday Night, at his House in Great Butter-lane, in an advanced Age,
William MARSHAL, Esq.
A few Days ago, at his Seat at Brittas, in the Queen's County, Edward DUNNE,
Mr. William BEASLEY, of Chamber-street, Cloathier.
Mr. FENNEL, Attorney.
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