4th Aug 1889
Sad Death of a Youg Carrick Man
Patrick Cryan, the young man who three weeks ago, met with such a melancholy accident when passing the demesne of Mr Guy Lloyd, D.L. died on Wednesday evening at his parents' residence, Carrick. The deceased was suffering from concussion of the brain caused by the falling of a branch of a tree during the late storm, and was under the care of Dr. Kiernan, and was progressing favourably until he became convulsed and died rather suddenly. Much regret is felt at his premature death, as the deceased was a great favourite. On Friday his remains were interred in Kiltoghert.
Submitted by: Ellen Herron
Typed by Lauri Cryan
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