SUBJECT: DEATHS LIMERICK CHRONICLE , 2 APRIL 1951 AND 08 NOVEMBER 1851
LIMERICK CHRONICLE 02/04/1851
This morning, at her house, Mallow-street, in an advanced age, Mrs. Brady, relict of Henry Brady, Esq. of Raheen House, county Clare - deeply regretted.
At Pegsboro', to the deep regret of his amiable family and friends, George Bradshaw, Esq. Coroner of the co. Tipperary, formerly Captain of the 5th D Guards.
On the 30th March, at Upper Hartstonge-street, after a short and painful illness, to the inexpressible grief of her family, Lois, the youngest and beloved daughter of Thomas Usher, Esq. aged 11 ½ years.
At his house, on the 30th ultimo, after a few days illness, Mr. John Cleland, Confectioner, Shannon-street, deeply regretted by his family and a large circle of acquaintances. His integrity as a man was conspicuous in every act of a well spent life; while the sincerity of his friendship harmonized with a natural urbanity of manner, and kindliness of feeling, rarely found in such happy communion.
Suddenly, in his carriage, to the deep affliction of his family, John Brown, Esq. Mountjoy-square, formerly, Inspector of Stamps, Limerick.
At his residence, in Shannon-street, Margaret, wife of Patrick Fitzgerald, accountant.
At the Rectory, Castleblakeney, the Rev. Charles M. Doyle, A.B. Incumbent of that parish, and brother to Sir John Milley Doyle.
At the North Strand, Mr. Michael Brandon.
Susannah Henrietta, daughter of I. D. Fawcett, Esq. Ballinasloe.
Mrs. Nolan, of Gort, wife of Thomas Nolan, Esq. M.D. She has left a large family to deplore her loss.
At Nenagh, the only child of Color Sergeant Robert Watts, Depot 6th Regt.
At Carlow, Alexander Harrison, Esq. County Surveyor, of typhus fever, caught in the discharge of his duties.
At Clonoulty, Tipperary, aged 106 years, Mrs. O'Shaughnessy mother of the Rev. Edward O'Shaughnessy, P.P. of Drangan.
Captain M. P. B. Gray, late of Glanmore, county Longford.
Mrs. Margaret Geale, Abbey-street.
Suddenly, Mr. James Lennon, of Armagh.
At New Ross, Mr. George H. Irwin, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Preacher.
At Castleblakeney, Mr. John Woods, shopkeeper.
At Rathgar, Frances Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late P. W. C. Lipyeatte, Esq. 24th Regt.
At Portobello Barracks, the lady of Quartermaster Missit, K. D. G.
Suddenly, at Jervis-street, Mr. John Goodman, Professor of Languages.
At Rathgar, Maria, relict of the late William Fitzgerald, Esq. Inspector General of taxes in Ireland.
At Temora, Booterstown, Richard Purdy, Esq.
Fanny, daughter of Mr. George Farrell, of Wentworth-place, Dublin.
Mary Caroline Richardo, daughter of Thomas W. Reeves, Esq. Solicitor, Upper Gloucester-street.
At the residence of her father, Upper Fitzwilliam-street, Margaret, wife of Mr. John Lloyd Blood.
James Shaw Beers, Esq. M. D. of Ballymoney, Antrim.
At Prince Thorpe Convent, Warwickshire, of fever, in her 17th year, Nora Mary, eldest daughter of John Primrose, Esq. of Hillgrove, county Kerry.
At Richmond, Surrey, Mrs. Elizabeth French, widow, of the late George French, Esq. in her 91st year.
At Clifton, Robert Uniacke, Esq. of Woodhouse, county Waterford.
At his seat, Durdans, aged 77 years, Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Bart. Of Normantown-park, Rutland and of Durdans, Surrey.
At Greenlace, Pennicuick, N.N. Geraldine Rosalinda Ellen, daughter of Capt. Bristow.
Major Bennett, late 1st Royals.
At her apartments in Hampton-court Palace, Charlotte Thoroton, daughter of the late Thomas Thoroton, Esq. of Sereveton Hall, Nottinghamshire.
At the residence of her son-in-law, the Rev. Thos England, North Lew Rectory, Devon, Jane, relict of the late Richard Muggeridge, Esq. of Kingston, Surrey.
At Southall, Major W.P. Neale, late of the 16th Lancers.
At Notting-hill-terrace, Catherine, relict of Capt. Sir George Mouat Keith, Bart, Royal Navy.
In Grosvenor-square, Mary, widow of Col. Gore Langton of Newton-park, Somerset.
Captain Dickens, formerly 90th Light Infantry.
At Slough, near Windsor, Lieut. Cumming, 3d West India Regiment.
In Atherton-street, Liverpool, Honor, relict of Cornelius McNamara, formerly of her Majesty's 6th , or Cambrians.
At Burslem, Serheant David Newing, 63d.
At Jersey, Colonial Daniel Falla, late Town Major at Gibraltar.
Mr. Richard Newcomb, proprietor of the Stamford Mercury.
At Leven, in Fifeshire, Surgeon Henry Burrell, R.N.
At Lime Cottage, Lee Kent, Surgeon, John O. Martin, R. N.
At Old Windsor, in his 79th year, Mr. Samuel Bagster, formerly of Paternoster-row, London, publisher and bookseller.
At Brussels, Frances Jane Isabella, daughter of Captain Cross, late 68th Infantry.
At Leben, Bridget, relict of the late Captain John Jackson, and sister of the late Colonel James Hamilton Powell, formerly of the Grange House, county Sligo.
At Scarborough, C. W. of paralysis, Tannant Houston Thompson, Esq. Deputy Commissary General.
At Bytown, Capt. Wm. B. Bradley, late 104th Regt. And father of Mrs. Hynes, of Quebec.
At Montreal, Mr. Wm. Malone a native of Queen's County, Ireland, aged 91 years.
At Quebec, Mr. Fletcher Merrick, ship chandler.
In Montreal, Mr. George H. Mead, of the firm of mead aBrothers & Co.
At Kilworth, Richard Andrews, Esq.
At Lakeview, the Rev Robert Fleming, Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation of Cavan.
At Pau, William, son of Robert Murphy, Esq. of Merrion-square, North, and formerly of the 87th Fusileers.
At George Town, Denerara, the Rev. Patrick O'Dwyer, formerly of Moorfields chapel, London.
LIMERICK CHRONICLE 08/11/1851
At Trafalgar Terrace, Monkstown, on the 5th inst. Susan Powell, relict of the late Rev Frederick Blood, sometime Rector of the union of Kilnaboy and Kilkeedy, county Clare, and daughter of the late John Powell, of Cloverfield, co. Limerick, aged 90 years - deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives. To her to live was Christ, and to die was gain.
At her residence, Portland- row, Summer-hill. Susanna, relict of Caesar Colclough, of Duffrey Hall, county Wexford, Esq. and late Chief Justice of Prince Edward's Island.
At Charlemont-street, at the advanced age of 98 years, Miss Elizabeth Bloomfield, daughter of the late Adam Bloomfield, Esq. formerly of redwood, county Tipperary.
Suddenly, on Thursday night in John-street, Mrs. Herbert, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Herbert, hardware merchant, Charlotte's - quay.
At his residence, Maonfin, near Nenagh, at the advanced age of 93 years, Michael Spain, Esq.
At Roserea, Adam Acres, Esq.
At Augher Castle county, Tyrone, Sir James Richardson Bunbury, Bart, D.L.
At Ballinere, Parsonstown, Mr. Richard Woods.
At his residence, Kingstown, James Dawson, Esq.
At Clonmel, Mr. Thomas Ryan.
At Richmond, Drumcondra, Jane, relict of John M'Guinness, Esq. of Dublin.
In Jervis-street, Mrs. Sarah Dickinson, daughter of the late Samuel Tyndall, Esq.
Mr. William Hodge, of Dublin.
At his residence, South Frederick-street, Mr. John Kavanagh
At Tuam, on the 31st ultimo, in sure and certain hope of a glorious resurrection, Robert Davies, Esq. of Fahy, county Galway, Captain Galway Militia. His many virtues endeared him to a wide circle of relatives and friends, and his loss has left a blank to them not soon to be filled up. His remains were borne to the grave by his sorrowing tenantry.
George Henry, eldest son, of George Henry Belas, Solicitor.
Aged 77 years, Agnes, relict of the late James Todd, Esq. of Ballynaskea, county Down.
Of erysipelas, John Johnston, Esq. of Miltown House, near Belfast, in the 27th year of his age.
At Luillan, Salop, Mercy, wife of Richard Boyle Robinson , Esq. late of Glenville, county Cork, and Killaloane, county Tipperary.
At Dover, Mary, daughter of the late James Dease Esq. of Turbotstown, and of the Lady Teresa Dease, and niece to the late Earl of Fingall.
In London, Edith, daughter of Sir James Emmerson Tennent.
In Torrington-square, Thomas Galloway, Esq. F.R.S. Registrar of the Amicable Life Assurance Office.
At Broughton Hall, county of Stafford, the Rev. Sir Henry Delves Broughton, Bart.
At Walling-wells, Captain T. T. Worsley. At Nadajos he was wounded under one of his ears. He was again wounded at Waterloo under the other ear.
In Hyde Park-place west, Colin Alexander Mackenzie. Esq.
In Old Cavendish-street, Charles Sayer, Esq. aged 75.
At Newington-place Kennington, Lieut. John Lowis Manners, Royal Marines, in the 72nd year if his age.
Catharine Jane, wife of W. H. Plummer, Esq. Fort Lodge, Margate.
The Rev. Thomas Coker Adams, Vicar of Austy, Warwickshire.
At Monkstown, Catherine Emily, only daughter of the late Hon. Judge Johnson.
At Navan Convent, Sister Mary Ignatia Kelly.
In his 87th year, The Rev. Nathaniel George Woodrooffe, A.M. 48 years Vicar of the parish of Somerford Keynes, Wilts.
At Dorking, Thomas Parker, Esq. in the 87th year of his age, a member of the Stock Exchange.