Saturday, 1 December 2012


Ennis Chronicle 1814

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Ennis Chronicle

Jan 19 1814

On Saturday last, in the church of Tomgreany, Richard Kenny, of Millmount, Esq., to Miss Brady, daughter to Henry Brady, of Raheens, Esq.
A few days ago, Mr. Christopher O'Donnell, of Cahirblonig, in this County, to Miss O'Brien, daughter of the late John O'Brien, Esq., of Toonagh.
At Kildysert, Mr. Patrick Lewis, to Miss McMahon, daughter of Mr. Thomas McMahon, of said place.
Last Thursday morning, in William-street, Limerick, the Reverend William C. Frend, of Landscape, in this county.

Jan 25 1814

A letter from W. H. Bourne, Esq., dated Dunkerrin, Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, states, amoung other impediments and hardships occasioned by the snow, that Thomas Mahon, Esq., Counsellor at Law, and his brother Captain Charles Mahon, Paymaster of the Clare Regiment, both sons to Charles Mahon, Esq., Chairman of this County, could scarce get with four horses to Monegal, the drifting snow having choaked up the passages which had been cleared, and that they were obliged to wade from that to Greenhills, the seat of their relative, Mr. Minchin, where we are happy to say they arrived in perfect safety, after encountering, as must be imagined, some difficulty, and sustaining a degree of hardship inseperable from the circumstance.


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