Wednesday, 13 March 2013

FAMILY NOTICES CLARE BORN... NEW ZEALAND


Courtesy of Marie Crowley who has so generously transcribed these.



CLARE BORN IN NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND TABLET


WILLIAMS – At Cromwell, on February 16, 1907, fortified by the rites of the Holy Church. Sarah, relict of the late William Williams, in her 74th year. Native of Co. Clare, Ireland.


McNAMARA – On July 29, 1885 at the residence of her daughter Mrs John O’Regan at St. Bathans. Hanora McNamara of Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland, mother of John and James McNamara of Swinburn, Maniototo, aged 81 years.

LENTALL – On Saturday, January 26, 1907 at Arrowtown. Mary, relict of the late William Lentall, fortified by the rites of the Holy Church, aged 64 years. A native of Co. Clare, Ireland.

FAHEY – January 8, 1907 at St. Bathans. Sarah, beloved wife of Michael Fahey, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 69 years. Fortified by all rites of the Holy Church. Deeply regretted. R.I.P.

O’GRADY – On August 2, 1906 at the Convent of the Good Shepard, Sunday’s Well, Cork, Ireland. In the twenty eight year of her religious profession. Sister Mary of St. Clestine, daughter of the late Michael O’Grady of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland and sister of Mrs M. Bunbury, Bishop’s Read, Dunedin.

O’HARA – At his residence St. Bathans, on April 12, 1908. Patrick O’Hara, late of Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 75 years. R.I.P.

SULLIVAN – At Naseby, on April 28, 1908. Kate, wife of Bernard Sullivan, pound keeper, in her 59th year. Native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland.

KEANEY – On March 17, 1898 at the residence of her father, Tineteriffe, Cappamore, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Sarah Teresa, the beloved wife of Sergeant James Keaney, R.I.C. Doonbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland and sister in-law of J. A. Kearney, Mataura, in her 31st year. Deeply regretted. R.I.P.

FITZPATRICK – CURRAN On August 5, 1897 at St. Patrick’s Church, South Dunedin by the Rev Fr. O’Neill. John Fitzpatrick, formerly of Co. Clare, Ireland to Catherine Curran of Co. Waterford.

DALY – KILLEEN On the February 13, 1887 by the Rev Fr. Walsh at the R.C. Church, Addinson’s Flat. John J. Daly, native of Kilmurry, Co. Clare, Ireland to Mary Frances, second daughter of Richard Killeen, Addison’s.

LENTHALL – BUTLER On May 23, 1894 at St. Mary’s Invercargill by the Rev Fr. Veroker. William Lenthall, Arrowtown, son of James Lenthall, Somerset, England to Mary Butler, daughter of William Naylor, Co. Clare, Ireland.

SPENCE – On February 24, 1905 at Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland. Mrs Kate Spence, third daughter of the late Michael O’Grady and beloved sister of Mrs Bunbury, Dunedin. R.I.P.

McALLEN – On June 26, 1898 at his residence ‘Corbiha’ Co. Clare, Ireland. James M. Allen, the dearly beloved father of M. McAllen, Alexandra South.

HAYES – O’NEILL – On June 9, 1874 at St. Joseph’s Church by the Rev Dr. Moran. Edward Hayes, Co. Limerick, Ireland to Bridget O’Neill, Co. Clare, Ireland.

BOROUGH – June 6, 1888 at Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland. Margaret, relict of the late Captain Borough. R.N. aged 70 years. R.I.P.

FLANNERY – COLLINS – At Tinker’s Gully on 7th January, 1880 by the Rev Fr. Sheehan. Peter, third son of Thomas Flannery, Clooncumy, Co. Sligo, Ireland to Bridget, second daughter of John Collins, Lisscasey, Co. Clare, Ireland.

CAHILL – KERLIN – On February 21, 1901 at St. Joseph’s Cathedral by Rev Fr. Murphy. Michael Cahill (late of Edenvale) youngest son of the late Thomas Cahill of Co. Galway, Ireland to Susan, third daughter of Patrick Kerlin, Co. Clare, Ireland.

COLLINS – At Waikata on December 3, 1904. James Collins of Co. Clare, Ireland and brother of Thomas J. Collins, Heriot, aged 62 years. R.I.P.

McNAMARA – GILLICK On September 15, 1889 at St. Canice’s Church, Westport by the Rev Fr. Walsh. Michael, youngest son of John McNamara of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland to Mary, eldest daughter of James Gillick of Bracklyn, Co. Cavan, Ireland and niece of Mrs Carr, Westport.

O’HARA – On February 17, 1909 at St. Bathans. Bridget, relict of Patrick O’Hara, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 71 years. R.I.P.

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TUAPEKA TIMES

ROBBIE – KENNY – At Taoanui on November 29, 1870 by the Rev James Urlw. James Robbie, storekeeper, to Susan, fourth daughter of Michael Kenny, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, Ireland.

O’BRIEN – HOURIGAN - At Roxburgh on Sunday June 13, 1875 by the Rev Fr. Larkin. Corneilus O’Brien of Co. Clare, Ireland to Mary Hourigan of Co. Limerick, Ireland.

HAMMOND – On October 20, 1900 at her residence Murray’s Flat. Bridget, relict of the late Thomas Lax Hammond, native of Co. Clare, Ireland. Deeply regretted. R.I.P.

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DAILY SOUTHERN CROSS

CARMODY – January 26, 1872 at the Claremont Hotel, Karaka. Mary, widow of the late Patrick Carmody, formerly of Newhall, Co. Clare, Ireland.

WELSH – DOVE – August 8, 1870 at the residence of the bride by the Rev P. H. Cornford. Marcus Patterson Welsh, youngest son of the Rev R. Studdert Welsh of Newtown House Co. Clare, Ireland to Harriet Curtis, second daughter of Mr Dove, engineer of this city.

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EVENING POST

BELL – On June 27, 1879 at Herbert Street, Wellington. Mary Ann, wife of Richard Bell and daughter of the late Dr. Enright of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, age 49 years.

WALSH – MALONEY – On May 28, 1888 at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Wellington by Rev M. L. Cummings S.M. John Walsh of Wellington to Honoria Maloney of Co. Clare, Ireland.

O’DOWD – BURKE – On November 1, 1888 at St. Mary of the Angel’s by Rev Fr. Smith. John, eldest son of Timothy and Catherine O’Dowd, Co. Kerry, Ireland to Margaret Annie, third daughter of the late John Burke, Co. Clare, Ireland.

BELL – PILKINGTON – April 7, 1887 at the residence of Mrs J. T. Steele, Marjoribanks Street by the Rev J. Petterson. Thomas G. Bell, son of W. Patrick Bell, Dunedin to Marcella Josephine, daughter of John Pilkington of Co. Clare, Ireland.

O’BRIEN – O’BRIEN – On April 3, 1893 at St. Mary’s of the Angels, Boulcott Street, Wellington by the Rev Fr. Devoy. Tom, second son of Mr John O’Brien of Wellington and late of Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland to Maggie, third daughter of the late John O’Brien of Moynol, Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland.

DWYER – On April 7, 1929 at Takapau. Kathleen Frances, beloved daughter of Mr & Mrs John Dwyer of Co. Clare, Ireland and sister of Constable C. J. Dwyer of Wellington, aged 24 years. R.I.P.

GILES – READY – On October 16, 1907 at St. Mary’s of the Angels by the Rev Fr. O’Shea, assisted by the Rev Fr’s Holley & Venning. William Herbert, second son of the late W. H. Giles and Annie Giles Petone, to Annie, youngest daughter of the late Bartholomew Reidy of Co. Clare, Ireland.

HARRISON – On April 18, 1915 at Toronto, Canada. Mrs Elizabeth Harrison, eldest daughter of the late John Brown, Erine Lock, Clonlara, Co. Clare, Ireland and sister of Mrs John Peck, Black Bridge, Lower Hutt.

FAKE – O’BRIEN – On November 20, 1884 at St. Mary of the Angels, Boulcott, Wellington by the Rev Fr. P. Kerrigan S.M. assisted by the Rev Fr. W. Lewis S.M. Bridget Anne, eldest daughter of John & Mary O’Brien, Wellington, late of Scarriff, Co. Clare, Ireland to Issiah Joseph (Ike) eldest son of Issiah & Martha Fake, Norwich, England.

CROWE – On June 9, 1882 at Blackheath, near London, of blood poisoning, after over twelve months suffering, borne with exemplary patience. John Wainwright Crowe Esq; M.R.C.S.I. age 32, youngest son of the late John Crowe Esq; J.P. Capt retd, 93rd Sutherland Highlanders of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland and brother of Robert Crowe Esq; Capt, late of 60th Rt Rifles and 93rd Highlanders, now of this city.

LONERGAN – July 3, 1937. The death has occurred of Mrs Mary Lonergan, aged almost 100 years. She was born and married in Co. Clare, Ireland and arrived in N.Z. on the ship ‘Hudson’ in 1873. Her home in Napier in the early pioneering days was well known. She leaves a family of five married daughters and two sons. Her husband predeceased her about twenty five years ago. 

[* notice re passing at the end of this page.]

CLUNE – June 26, 1943. The death has occurred in Wellington of Mr Patrick Clune at the age of 99. Born in Co. Clare, Ireland Mr Clune spent some years in America before coming to N.Z. in the ship ‘Leicester’ in 1876. With the exception of a trip to Australia he had lived in Wellington ever since, being engaged in farming until the death of his wife in 1904. Mr Clune was a cousin of the late Archbishop Clune of Perth. He is survived by four daughters and one son. There are also 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

DWYER – May 29, 1928 at Wellington. John, beloved youngest son of Mr & Mrs John Dwyer of Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 27 years. R.I.P.

STAGPOOLE – MACKEY – February 20, 11882 at the R.C. Church, Boulcott Street, Wellington by the Rev Fr. Kerrigan. J. J. Stagpoole of Taranki to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Edward Mackey of Co. Clare, Ireland.



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WEST COAST TIMES

TULLEY – FLANNERY – By license on February 16, 1871 at St. Frances R.C. Church, Melbourne by the Rev G. V. Barry. Thomas Tulley, Bolney, Sussex, England to Teresa B. Flammery, Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland.

SELLERS – At her residence Fitzherbert Street, Hokitika, on September 8, 1908. Ellie, wife of F. P. H. Sellers, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 54 years. R.I.P.

O’KEEFE – At Hokitika on February 25, 1889. Kathleen O’Keefe, aged 55 years. Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, relict of James O’Keefe.

ADAMSON – FOSTER – On July 9, 1870 at St. Mary’s R.C. Church, Hokitika by the Rev Fr. Martin P.P. Henry Adamson of Ross, to Ann Foster, eldest daughter of Patrick Foster, Co. Clare, Ireland.

McINTOSH – CRONINE – On April 22, 1869 by the Rev J. Gow. Wiliam McIntosh of Litlochie to Catherine, third daughter of M. Cronine of Rathfriland, Co. Clare, Ireland.

CRAMER – KELLY – On February 16, 1871 at the European Hotel by the Rev Fr. Martin. Louis Cramer to Eliza Kelly, daughter of Mr Patrick Kelly of Co. Clare, Ireland.

McLOUGHLIN – FOSTER – On June 11, 1883 at the residence of the bride, Rimu by the Rev Fr. O’Hearn. John McLoughlin, son of the late John McLoughlin, Ashburton to Bridget Foster, oldest daughter of Thomas Foster, Co. Clare, Ireland.

HARRISON - At his residence Greenston on Sunday morning January 16, 1870 of consumption. Michael Harrison, formerly of Tullagh, Co. Clare, Ireland, age 36 years.

DALY – KILLEEN – On April 17, 1869 at St. Mary;s Church, Hokitika by the Rev F. Zontimer. Thomas, fifth son of Peter Daly to Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter of Corneilus Killeen, both of Co. Clare, Ireland.

KILLERY – O’CONNOR – On February 9, 1870 at St. Michael’s Church, Goldsborough, Waimea by the Rev James McEnlegert. William Killery, late of Co. Clare, Ireland to Catherine O’Connor, late of Co. Limerick, Ireland.

SULLIVAN – VAUGHAN – On June 27, 1870 at the brides residence Mikonui Beach by the Rev J. A. Goutenoire. Lawrence Sullivan of Co. Limerick, Ireland to Margaret Vaughan of Co. Clare, Ireland.

POW – At the Westland Hospital June 21, 1896. Susan Pow, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, late of Hokitika, aged 50 years.

ROBINSON – May 20, 1896 at her residence Hampden Street, Hokitika. Catherine, the beloved wife of Henry Lee Robinson, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, age 47 years.

O’NEILL – At the Westland Hospital on July 16, 1888. Mary O’Neill, aged 45 years. Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, late of Hokitika.

KITSON – At the Westland Hospital on December 7, 1880. Michael Henry Kittson, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 42 years.

PORTER – At Hokitika on July 2, 1907. Elizabeth Porter, late of Ross. Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 67 years. R.I.P.

MEARS – At the Hospital on November 9, 1893. Patrick Mears, aged 64 years, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, late of Arahura.

SULLIVAN – At her residence Park Street on Monday February 19, 1894. Elizabeth, the beloved wife of John Sullivan, aged 27 years, native of Co. Clare, Ireland.

ANDERSON – On February 27, 1869 at her residence North Rovell Street, Hokitika. Mrs Mary Anderson, of Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 35 years.

ROBINSON – THOMPSON – On July 9, 1866 at Barrett’s Hotel, Hokitika by the Rev Fr. McGirr. Henry Lee Robinson of London to Catherine Thompson of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland.

HEALEY – CURRY – December 7, 1868 at St Patrick’s R. C. Church, Rosstown. Patrick Healey, second don of Patraick Healey, parish of Birdhill, Co. Tipperary to Helen Curry, second daughter of Sinon Curry, parish of Donbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland.

CARROLL – VAUGHAN – On April 21, 1869 at the R.C. Church by the Rev Fr. Ceautorion. Michael, fourth son of Michael Carroll, Castleconnell, Limerick, Ireland to Anne, youngest daughter of Patrick Vaughan, Co. Clare, Ireland.

MERRITT – SULLIVAN – November 16, 1870 at the White House Hotel, Hokitika. James Merritt of Fox’s Creek, storekeeper, third son of Thomas Merritt, late of Mayes, Co. Down, Ireland to Annie Sullivan of Hokitika, youngest daughter of Michael Sullivan of Co. Clare, Ireland.

GREY RIVER ARGUS

ROONEY – TREAHEY – At Greymouth on June 6, 1891 by Rev Fr. Carew. James, only son of James Rooney of Co. Clare, Ireland to Hannah Maria, youngest daughter of Edward Treahey, deceased, native of Barnestown, Co. Tipperary, Ireland and late of Teremakan, N.Z. and daughter of Mrs James Noonan of Wellsend, Brunnerton.

GALWEY – March 27, 1887 at mount Gambier near Adelaide, South Australia. James Edward Galway, son of the late Edward Galway J.P. of Doon, Co. Clare, Ireland and nephew of the late Sir Michael Galway K.C.B.

TWOHILL – ROUGHAN – January 15, 1869 at St. Patrick’s Church Greymouth by the Rev Fr. Royer. Edmund Twohill of Kilworth, Co. Cork, Ireland to Kate Roughan of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland.

McDONAGH – On December 29, 1909 at the Grey River hospital. Martin McDonagh, native of Co. Clare, Ireland and at one time a resident of North Town, aged 70 years.

O’BRIEN – QUINN – On August 3, 1868 at St. Frances Church, Melbourne by the Rev G. V. Barry. Michael O’Brien of Greymouth, West Coast, N.Z. to Bridget Ann, eldest daughter of the late Patrick Quinn of Ennistymon, Co. Clare, Ireland.

WALL – On April 22, 1900 at Kumara. Michael Wall, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Kumara and formerly of Maori Gally, Arnold, aged 60 years.

MULVIHILL – On January 22, 1900 at Marsden. John Mulvhill, a native of Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 69 years.

GILLIGAN – On October 16, 1904 at the Grey River Hospital. Patrick Gilligan, native of Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Nelson Greek, aged 72 years.

McINERNEY – On May 4, 1896. Thomas McInerney, native of Six Mile Bridge, Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Maori Creek, Greymouth, N.Z.

HYNES – At the Grey River Hospital on September 19, 1896. Thomas Hynes, native of Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Nelson Creek, aged 41 years.

SEXTON – At the Grey River Hospital on May 10, 1896. Michael Sexton, native of Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Nelson Creek, aged 58 years.

LIDDY – On April 10, 1908. Patrick Liddy, aged 79 years, native of Co. Clare, Ireland, late of The twelve Mill, North Beach.

COSTELLO – On April 11, 1888. At the Grey River Hospital, Michael Costello, native of Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland and late of North Town, aged 48 years.

BOLAND – On June 2, 1888. John Boland, native of Co. Clare, Ireland and late of Maori Gully, aged 55 years.

O’KANE – O’BRIEN – On June 29, 1880 at Greymouth by the Rev Fr. Ecuyer. William O’Kane, youngest son of the late John O’Kane of Limavady, Co. Derry, Ireland to Ellen Mary, youngest daughter of the late Michael O’Brien. H.M. Customs Louden, late of Ennistymon, Co. Clare, Ireland.

DONNELLAN – On February 25, 1914 at his residence Nelson Creek. Patrick Donnellan, native of Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 75 years.

QUINLIVAN – On September 16, 1894 at the residence of her daughter Mrs Cooney, Alexander Street. Catherine Quinlivan, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 88 years.

FLANAGAN – On September 20, 1883 at the Grey River Hospital. John Flanagan, aged 99 years, native of Grose Lodge, Co. Clare, Ireland.

FOGARTY – A Sheedy’s Hotel, after a short illness. September 10, 1881. Michael Fogarty, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 41 years.

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SOUTHLAND TIMES

DUGGAN – At his farm Wreybush on July 10, 1901. John Duggan, native of Col Clare, Ireland. R.I.P.

O’DONNELL – CLARK – At St. Mary’s R.C. Church, Invercargill on 28th December, 1898 by the Rev Fr McGrath. Thomas, eldest son of Patrick O’Donnell, Inchovea, Co. Clare to Jessie Ann, third daughter of Mrs Clark of Wrights Bush.


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* notice re MRS. MARY LONERGAN as above..


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