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  • County: Limerick, Republic Of Ireland

Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1840

aged t:de above, aged 69 yea' !Rat.)) . I T ngge, widow of the late General wt .sred i. k l 4 / 41 . 1 1ne, relict of Wm. Welbank, Esq. tke ittb • !risk, in his 9tst year. kV:Live aged 27, eldest daughter itoktwr, Esq. of Gala. 4E - Noare, John Hogg

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1844

late 86th Regt. At Ruling, aged 85, Robert Tomlinson, Commander, R.N. and brother to Adm. Tomlinson. At Enfield, Richard Welbank, Esq. aged 85. At Portsmouth, Edmund lees. Esq. R.N. in his 72d year. At Ileathfield Lodge. near Croydon, Frances Maria, relict

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

21 May 1845

left it to the Trinity Masters to decide the point at issue. The Trinity Masters then retired for a short time, and Captain Welbank said that he and his brother thought that the Parana had done nothing wrong. She had shown a light a short time before the

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

14 Dec 1850

Lincolnshire. Henry Wollaston Blake, Req. son of William Blake, Esq of Portland-Owe, to Charlotte Anne, eldest daughter of John Welbank Childers, Esq. M.P. of Cantlay. Yorkshire. At Wallasey Church, Captain Charles Egerton, R.N. son of Will r tham Egerton Esq

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Type: Illustrated