IRELAND OLD NEWS
Freeman's Journal (Dublin) Jan 1 to Jan 5 1765
A few days ago, at Limerick, Captain Brereton, to Miss Nancy Hickman, daughter of the late Henry Hickman, of the County of Clare, Esq.
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Faulkner's Dublin Journal
Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland
Tues., 1 Jan 1765-Sat., 5 Jan 1765
Last Tuesday, in Fleet-street, Samuel MILLS, of Turnins in the County of
Kildare, Esq to Miss Molly MORRIS, of Drogheda, whose Fortune, tho'
considerable, is the smallest of her accomplishments.
Garrett NEVILL, Esq. to Miss HODSON, daughter of William HODSON, Esq. of
Old-Court, in the County of Wicklow.
A few Days ago, Mr. George Fotherill, one of the Atrornies of his Majesty's
Court of Exchequer.
In Limerick, Mrs. ROCHE.
Wednesday last, Mr. CRAWFORD, an Officer in the Revenue, was seized with a
fit of Apoplexy, on the Custom House Quay, and instantly expired.
Sat., 5 Jan 1765-Tues. 8 Jan 1765
A few Days ago, Charles DAVIS, Esq. to Miss FENNARY, both of Celbridge.
Near Edenderry, Thomas FULLARD of Monsterous, in the King's County, Esq. to
the Widow COFFEE, of Clonkeen.
At Waterford, Mr. James ANDERSON, of Gracedew to Miss Elizabeth PAUL and Mr.
James TUITE of the Earl of Drogheda's Light Dragoons to Miss Agnus ROBERTS.
Mr. William HAUGHTON, of Summer-street to Miss Elizabeth COLLIER, of
A few Days ago, near Portarlington, in the Queen's County, Mrs. Anne
FITZGERALD, eldest Daughter of the late Edward HARRINGTON, Esq.
At Waterford, Mr. Hearden PAINE.
At Corke, the Wife of Mr. John NORCOTT.
At Limerick, the Wife of Mr. Thomas ROCHE.
At Galway, aged 87, the Widow of Mr. Bartholomew BROWNE, late an eminent
In Moor-street, Mr. Thomas VANTANDELO, and eminent Cabinet-maker and
At Straffan in the County of Kildare, Robert BURTON, Esq.; formerly Colonel
of the Battle Axe Guards and Member in the last Parliament for the County of
Carlow. He hath bequeathed a very considerable Part of his Fortune to his
Brother, Sir Charles BURTON, Bart.
In Pill-lane, aged 88, Mr. Gideon GOODACRE, a very eminent Glover.
At his Seat at Gracehall, in the County of Downe, Charles DOWGLASS, Esq.
Tues., 8 Jan 1765-Sat., 12 Jan 1765
A few Days ago, John GIBTON, of Great Butter-lane, to Miss Anne POOLE, of
Mr. MONNEY, of Hog-hill, to Miss SHERLOCK, of George's-lane.
Sackville GARDINER, Esq. to Miss KELLY, Daughter of John KELLY, of Fedane,
in the County of Galway, Esq.
A few Days ago, at his Brother's House, in Dorset-street, aged 74, Brett
NORTON, Esq., late Capt. of the 12th Regiment of Dragoons.
In Stephen-street, Miss TRUYLE.
In Limerick, Mrs. O'DONNELL.
Sat., 12 Jan 1765 - Tues., 15 Jan 1765
A few Days ago, Captain WILLS, of the Royal Scotch, to Miss Catherine CARTER
of College Green.
At Tuam, William BOURKE, of Keeloge, in the County of Galway, Esq. and the
daughter of John COLEMAN, Gent.
At Limerick, Mr. George DAVIS, Merchant to Miss PEARSE, Daughter of the late
Richard PEARSE, of Foxhall, Esq.
At said Place [Limerick], Mr. Robert SUDLEY, to the Daughter of Mr. Isaac
At Kinsale, the Rev. William VOWELL, to the Daughter of John WATKINS, of
Mr. John THOMPSON, of the COOMBE, to Miss Hanna BROOKS, second Daughter of
the late Mr. BROOKS, of Castle Market, deceased.
Peter MARSH, of the King's County, Esq to Miss Ellen HOMAN, Daughter of
Capt. HOMAN, of Shurock, in the County of Westmeath, Esq.
Last Week in Bride-street, Mr. Samuel SKELTON.
In Corke, the Rev. John Thomas ATKIN.
Saturday last, John FOLLIOTT, Esq, Member of Parliament for the Borough and
Governor of the Fort of Kinsale.
Tues., 15 Jan 1765 - Sat., 19 Jan 1765
John LYNDON, Esq. of Tomduffe, in the County of Wexford, to Miss CLIFFORD,
Daughter of William CLIFFORD, Esq., of Castle Annesley, in the said County.
On Thursday Night last, Mrs. Sarah CARDIFF, Wife of Mr. Matthew CARDIFF, an
eminent Shipwright on George's Quay.
At Bath, the Lady of Edmond MALONE, Esq., one of his Majesty's Sergeants at
Sat., 19 Jan 1765 - Tues., 22 Jan 1765
Last Week, at Waterford, John MURPHY, to Miss Peggy TOBIN.
Mr. Thomas JONES, of Nevil's Court in the County of Wexford, to Miss JONES,
of Ballywater, in said County.
Mr. John FLIN, Currier, of Dolphin's-Barn, to the Widow WARREN, of said
At Roscommon, John THEWLES, Esq. to Miss IRWIN, Daughter of James IRWIN,
late of Roxborough, in the County of Roscommon, Esq. with £1,000 Fortune.
A few Days ago, at Kildare-house, the Marchioness of Kildare, of a Son.
Last Week, at his House in Abbey-street, Mr. John WALSH, Baker.
In Tralee, the Rev. William CAMERON, Archdeacon of Ardfert.
On the 28th November last, one Owen CREEM was murdered and robbed of upwards
of £20, on the Lands of Lisnabuoy.
Tues., 22 Jan 1765 - Sat., 26 Jan 1765
Wednesday 7-Night at his Lordship's House, St. Jame's Square, London, the
Lady of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Donegal, of a Daughter.
A few Days ago Mr. HINES, to Miss BOYD, both of Rathfarnham.
Mr. Francis ROW, of New-street, to Miss GRAVES of Portarlington.
A few Days ago, Mrs. BRADSHAW, Wife of Mr. Robert BRADSHAW, of Newtown, Co.
Down, and one of the People called Quakers.
At Minlough, near Galway, Mrs. KIRWAN, Wife of Robert KIRWAN, of Cregg, in
that County, Esq. She was the Daughter of Sir Thomas BLAKE, Bart; late of
In an advanced Age, at his House in Capel-street, Mr. John FARRAN, Cashier
for a Series of Years in the Bank of the late Mr. Henry MITCHELL, in which
Place he was distinguished for being the readiest Teller of Money and the
best Accountant in the three Kingdoms.
On George's-Quay, Captain Robert WATSON.
In Dame-street, Captain BEWLEY.
At Knockmark, County of Meath, the Rev. Oliver CARTER.
Sat., 26 Jan 1765-Tues., 29 Jan 1765
A few Days ago, Mr. Charles GALT, of Cloerain, Merchant, to the Daughter of
John ALLEN, of Rashee, in the County of Antrim, Esq.
At Tuam, in the County of Galway, Thos. BROWNE, of Clonkelly, to Miss Anne
DAVIS, daughter of John DAVIS, of Tuam, Esq.
Mr. John ROTHERHAM, of Leighmore, to Miss DILLON, of Rathcor, County of
Last Week, at her House in New Portugal-street, London, the Hon. Mrs.
WASHINGTON, of a Son.
Last Week, at his House in Essex-street, in an advanced Age, George TUCKER,
Esq., Clerk of the Ballast-Office.
Suddenly in the Four Courts, Mr. SMITH, Crier of the Court of Common Pleas,
and Door-keeper to the House of Lords.
At Flowerfield, Felix O'NEILL, Esq.
Mrs. BALL, wife of Robert BALL, of Ball's-grove, near Drogheda.
In York-street, Edward MAUNSELL, Esq.
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