Ireland Old News
April 04, 1860.
DEATH OF LORD FITZGERALD AND VESEY. The papers announce the death of Lord FITZGERALD and VESEY, which took place on the 30th ult. at Annesfort, in the county of Cavan. The deceased was in holy orders, and held the deanery of Kilmore. He was the second peer, and succeeded to the title on the death of his brother, the first lord, better known as the Right Hon. Vesey FITZGERALD, whose election contest with Mr. O'CONNELL formed so memorable a chapter in the political history of Ireland. By the death of Lord FITZGERALD and VESEY, the Dean of Kilmore, the following appointments in the diocess of Kilmore become vacant :- The deanery, together with the union of Kilmore ; value, including glebe lands, about 550l. : is in the gift of the Crown : the vicarage of Ballintemple, also in the gift of the Crown : value, about 116l. ; and the rectory and village of Castleraghan, in the gift of the Bishop of the diocess ; value, including glebe land, about 900l
April 23, 1860
On the 16th Inst., at Pau, In France, James Edward Burrowes, younger son of the late Major Burrowes, of Stradone, county Cavan, Ireland, aged 29(?).
Submitted by: County Cavan Newspaper Transcription Project
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