Limerick Chronicle, Co Limerick, Ireland, 2 July 1831
On Thursday, at his house in Day Place, Tralee, much and
deservedly lamented, Stephen Henry Rice, Esq. for a periof of thirty
years the highly respected Assistant Barrister of the County Kerry.
Wednesday night, at his seat, Six-mile-Bridge, County Clare,
aged 80 years, William Russell, Esq. formerly a resident for over
forty years of Bank-Place, Limerick. This venerated and lamented
Gentleman carries with him to the grave the respect of that numerous
circle, with whom his long course of business made him acquainted, -
the gratitude of relatives, whose interests he anxiously promoted, -
and the affectionate attachment of those who, unrelated to him by
blood, have the more cause to retain in lasting recollection the
disinterested zeal, the ardent friendship, the strict integrity, and
unerring judgement, which distinguished him through life.
At her son's house in Patrick-street, Mrs. Story, relict of the
late Richard Story, of this City, Esq. and sister of Joseph
Barrington, Esq. a most worthy respectable woman.
At her daughter's house, Grattan-streeet, Cork, Mrs. Charlotte
Bernard, relict of the late Wm. Bernard, of that city, master cooper.
At Tullylost, County Kildare, Thomas Johnson, Esq.
In Wicklow, George David Rowan, Esq.
In Kilkenny, Mrs. Gregory, relict of Surgeon Gregory.
In Camden-street, Dublin, William Nicholsen, Esq.
At Roscrea, on the 22d ult. Lydia, third daughter of W.
McGennis, Esq. aged 4 years. This fascinating little innocent when in
the kitchen, fell into a tub of scalding water, and after lingering
for two days, her harmless spirit fled to the bosom of her Creator.
At her father's house, Erne-street, Dublin, Margaretta,
youngest daughter of the Rev. J.B. McCrea.
At Ballinakill, Queen's County, Patrick Dillon, Esq.
At her lodgings, North Main-street, Cork, Mrs. Helena Murphy,
wife of Mr. Denis Murphy, and eldest daughter of the late Wm. P.
Flynn, Esq. M.D. of Cloyne.
In Kilkenny, Mrs. Pack, wife of Dr. Thomas Pack.
In Bath, in her 68th year, Mary Anne Quin, widow of Windham
Quin, Esq. and sister of Richrd Dawson, Esq. of Dawson Grove
In London, Colonel Sir R. Hamilton, formerly of the 8d Regiment
of Foot Guards.
Suddenly, the infant child of Lord and Lady Petre.
Lord Robert Spencer, uncle to the Duke of Marlborough
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