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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • Type: Familynotice

Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Apr 1874

Thursday morning next for Blessington, county Wicklow. ROURIE-April 20th, at 18 Usher-street, in the 82nd year of his age, Mr. Lawrence Rourke. His re. mains will be removed from aforesaid residence to, Kingsbridge, in time for the six o'clock train on to-

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Jun 1890

N'ldrn; Mr T J Condon, M PB, ud Mrs Condon: 31r J Cox, 31 P, and Mrs Cox; Mr M 31 Catan, 'NJ P; 31r William Murphy, MP, Mrs Marphy, and Miss Murphby; Mr Finucane, M P: Mr D Xilbride, hI P; .Mr lolloy, 3I P; Dr Tanner, Bt P, and Mrs Tannser: 3tr Arthur O'Connor

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1844

pall, supported at the feet by Mrs. Georl.ge Ier and Mrs. Morior, and at the head by the Hon. Mrs. Henry Legge and the Hon. Mrs. William Cust. Sir Charles Young, gas ter principal king of orm', ing his sceptre, and wee Ang his badge of office, supp on each

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Oct 1891

Cuouing, Mr and Mrs Hyle Knox, Mlr and Miss Vesey' Knox, Newcastle; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Ritchie; Mrs Tay- lor, Ifr, Mrs end tlbs Misses Tate; Mr and Mrs F,=an, Mrs hite, .r l: Cuming, Mr Campbell, Mr and Mrs .Preston, View article

Type: FamilyNotice
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Jun 1861

with, the snowa of miany winters on his head, was the Rev. Mr. Woodward, a clergyman who, by his liberal and Christian principles, has won to himself the high opi- f nions of all grades and oreeds. iHe, with his curate, - the lev. Mtr. Heffernan,. both

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

5 Jan 1859

Esq, of this city. 5 December 11, at New .York, Mr. Patrick Darcy, late of 11Koclitopber, county Kclihenny. R.I.P. January 8, at her residence, Pboonix Park, Mary, the be- loved wile of Mr. Thomas Laird. Her remains will be re. moved for Interment- in

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Nov 1878

interrment. It1.1. P MOSGiAVE-Nno. 29, at his residence, No. 1 Irin- street. Dublin, Mr Patrick Cosgrnve, of pneumonia, deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family, nlso by a large circle oi friends. His remains will be inte: red in Gasnevain Cemetery

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1875

COSTUMES, &C.: ALEXANDER OlILVY begs to-announce his return from Paris and London, and the arrival of his, Purehaees, including the Latest Fashions in the above, also would direct special attention to his Large and varied Stock of BLACK DRUESS MATERIALS

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1892

the first to leave Aldworth this m(.irrdng was Sir Andrew Clark, who,| e accordiag to his promise, Lad remained -by. n his old, friend and patient to the last. On ?his wrty to the railway station the eminent phyri plan hilted at Rlaslemere telegraph i:

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Feb 1845

BIRTHS. On the 5th Instant, at Gallon Priory, Lady Armstrong, of a son. Oso thie Ist instant, at Sallyrsonoiut, county Kildare, the lady of ,Iarmnaduke Coghill Cramer Itoberts, Esq, of a son. At Cove, the lady of John W. Nicholls, Esq, (Secretary to Rear-

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Jun 1879

Ireland at which were his residence and estates. He was also one of the first great patrons of popu- I lar education in Ireland, and a noble schoolhouse, capable of seating 600 children, was one of his gifts to the people of Glandore. Mr. Barry's middle and

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Dec 1876

Catholic hierarchy. It is As follows The candour 'of bis mannere, the depth of his piety, s truly ecolesiatical spirit, tlhe mnctity'of his life,tl* prudence of his zeal, his wisdom en4 activity in fulfilling the im- potant dutiea which he discharged to

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1875

ble when compared with his opportunities.. Profes- sor C!airnes lived to complete the work he had somne , time since ?? iself to do, and he had the felicity of receiving from the ' United ?? reprints of his contributions to his favourite science when

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Sep 1893

aw. Mrs Malley and Mrs Stoker were also present, and amtongst the mourners 'was Surgeon Major Geiieral in Collis, the priecipal army medical officer in lIreland. 2 Wreaths were sent by the Duchess of St 'o Albanis, Mrs George Dickson, Dr Cox, Mrs 1 t-

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1889

Sculiy, hliss Power, Adrs Ingiain, Mrs Keating, 6, Mrs O'Farrell, Mrs 3 O'Connor, Mrs Bulger, Mrs e Dnuphy. Mrs Rediond, Miss M'Deraott, bliss Mocr. rissey, Mrs H (Connor, Mrs Walsh. Miss Ciffe, MrA M'Donnell, Mrs Fallon. Miss Mathews, Miss Freeman,

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

23 May 1864

flmetu under; and itI justice to theivionsuly OXertious we give some of their nemaa-Mr. Williamn BIiglev, Mr.B 9rg093, Master Murray, Mr. Thonres tlzZgerald,&c., &e. Mr. Browne, the head of the flae depaftfallt, lasrnost agaidioes ie placing tbe 'operativee

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Mar 1890

Dublin. B I P. - lienersl ?? leatve- the Glinvels Df Our ~}lady of Refuge; -nbmines,. Ifter 9 o ?? s, on to-mtonrow Ituloesdakvy tnonin4 forinterinent t Glasnewin. XIAOLAN'D)-arC l2, 1890, at his residenoev Belviieo, 1S2 Ratl.r road, George harfe porland

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Oct 1860

Prospect Cottages, Glasnevin, the wife of Mr. Jaemes Penny, of a daughter. September 28,. at Frankfort, county Limerick, the wife of J. J. BoUchier, of a daughter. September 2D, at Bowelxhed-green, near Godalming, the Lady Dorothy Nevill, prematurely, of a daughter

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

30 May 1855

Eccleet on-street. Belgrave square, the Lady Annabella Raoisden, relict of Admiral Hams -en, and eldest daughter of the 13th Marquis of Winchester. May *9, at Leixllp, William Ferguson, Esq., M.D., the 70th year of his age. May 27, at Mountrath, Charles L

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

22 Dec 1870

might continue to serve his country for some years to come. Within the last few weeks his strength rapidly gave way, and he expired in peace on Tuesaay evening, at his residence, Anna- vale, near Keady, in the 75th year of his age. Mr. Kirk was born at Larme

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