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The following details have been transcribed from the "The Carlow Morning Post", "The Carlow Sentinel" & "Carlow Weekly News" newspapers, which can be found on microfilm at County Carlow Library, Tullow Street, Carlow, Co Carlow IRELAND.
CARLOW, MARCH 27, 1784
DIED A few days ago, at Glasgarvan, in this county, Mr. Samuel Watson, Sen. One of the Society called Quakers. A Gentleman of an untarnished character, possessed of a most philanthropic disposition, most deservedly regretted by a numerous acquaintance, as a tender husband, an indulgent parent, and a sincere friend. "The Carlow Journal Or Leinster Chronicle"
No. 13. Vol. 1. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1818 [TCMP]
DIED A few days ago in Dublin, WILLIAM BURTON, Esq., the well-known, and highly respectable proprietor of Burton hall, the hospitality of which has been proverbial for centuries back. Mr. B. represented the County Carlow, in seven or eight Parliaments; and uniformly proved himself the steady friend of his County. His humane dispositions, like the principles which excited them were boundless as the ocean they flowed continually through the several channels of private Friendship, public Charity, and secret Beneficence. For upwards of 60 years his daily occupations were to feed the hungry clothe the naked shelter the houseless, and succour the oppressed amongst his fellow-creatures : he made himself a Debtor to pay the debts of others, and honourably entered into those obligations which his rigid sense of Justice demanded, but which Law could not enforce. During his whole life, which Providence ordained should be a long one, he never swerved in a single instance that we can recollect, to have heard of, from the maxim expressed by his own Motto TRUTH and HONOR.
Mr. BURTONS remains were, on Saturday last, deposited in the Family Vault, at Rutland Church, attended by all the respectable Inhabitants of this TOWN an immense crowd of his tenantry, and the neighbouring poor, who had for years been objects of his bounty.
MARRIAGES In London, Lieutenant-Col. Brereton, of the Royal African regiment, to Margaret Anne, widow of the late John Allen Olton, Esq. of Barbados.
No. 14. Vol. 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1818 [TCMP]
DEATHS Suddenly, on Saturday last, at his house, in Milford, Queens County, Robert Cooke, Esq. a gentleman whose respectability and good dispositions rendered him generally esteemed. He was, apparently, in perfect health, superintending his workmen, in the early part of the day, towards evening he complained of weakness, and expired in a few hours afterwards.
A few days ago, at Lodge Mills, in this county, R. Browne Esq. a man whose amiable manners and high character through life, has rendered his death generally regretted.
No. 15 Vo. 1. MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1818 [TCMP]
DIED The Right Hon. GEORGE ROSE, died on Monday, at his seat at Cuffnells, by which several lucrative places have become vacant. Quere, were not some of these sine cures, held under the rose?
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1818 [TCMP]
BIRTHS At Lumclone, in this county, the Lady of Thomas Henry Watson, Esq., of a daughter
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1818 [TCMP]
We are extremely sorry to state, that Mr. John Leonard, near Castledermot, in the County of Kildare, dropt suddenly from off his horse on Sunday last it is supposed in a fit of apoplexy.
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1818 [TCMP]
BIRTHS. On the 23d at the Honourable Mrs. Jocelyn's, Baggot-street, the Lady of Walter Newton, Esq. of a son.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1818 [TCMP]
MARRIED On the 19th instant, in Coolkenno Church, by. Rev. Charles Crosbie Brough, Major Browne, eldest son of the Rev. John Browne, of Ballina Park to Catherine, eldest daughter of Joseph Swan, Esq. of Knocklow, in the County of Wicklow.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1818 [TCMP]
DEATHS On Tuesday, in Spring-garden Alley, Waterford, of dysentery, to the inexpressible grief of his wife and ten children, mostly small, Mr. William Sloane, of the Revenue.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1818 [TCMP]
DEATHS At the Rev. Dr. Burrowess School, Enniskillen, after a few hours illness, Master Thomas Warburton ; second son of Richard Warburton, of Garryhinch. Esq.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1819 [TCMP]
MARRIAGES- On Thursday the 4th instant, Robert Warren, Esq. of Jervis-street, to Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Athanasius Cusack, Esq. of Laragh, County of Kildare.
MONDAY, APRIL 9 1821 [TCMP]
DIED On the 21st March, Mrs Harriet Louisa Steward, wife of John Steward, Esq., of Gloucester-street, Dublin.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 17 1821 [TCMP]
DEATHS On Thursday, at Burgage, in this County, the Dowager Lady Butler, relict of the late Sir Richard Butler, Bart., and mother to Sir Thomas Butler, of Garryhunden, Bart. This amiable Lady had been for some years in a declining state of health, and saw her approaching dissolution with that calm resignation the result of a well grounded HOPE which deprived death of its sting. And gives a victory over the grave.
MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1822 [TCMP]
MARRIED At Middleton, County Cork, on Saturday, the 20th of March, by the Lord Bishop of Cloyne, the Rev. John Warburton, youngest son of his Lordship, to Henrietta Ann, daughter of R. Sandford Palmer, of Ballynockan Castle, in the Kings County, Esq.
THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1822 [TCMP]
MARRIAGES In Cork, Dr. Warren, of Kinsale, to Jane, daughter of the late Philip Splane, Esq.
MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1822 [TCMP]
DIED At Baroda, (East Indies) in the 31st year of his age, Captain JOHN BROUGH, of the Bombay Regiment, and Commanding a Division of the Poona-Aux-Horse. It has been the lot of few young men to pass through the world with the desirably high and honourable character that has ever, (from his first entrance into the service) attended him; and it is now some consolation to his numerous friends, and his relatives, to know, that few, if any, were better prepared for that sudden and awful calamity, which it has please Divine Providence to inflict with all his lively spirits and natural predilection for manly amusements, which nothing could exceed. He was an excellent Christian, and a truly pious man and in hours of conviviality, and greatest mirth, he never forgot his Saviour. He was at once a man of the purest honour, an excellent and devoted Officer, and a sincere and tried friend. His loss to the service, of which he was one of its brightest ornaments, is great to his friends irreparable. Bombay Paper.
The deceased was son on Capt. BROUGH, Carlow Militia Staff.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1822 [TCMP]
MARRIAGES Richard Warren, Esq. M.D. to Margaret, second daughter of William Pennefather, Esq., Collector of Excise for the City of Cork.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1829. [TCMP]
DIED In this town, on the 6th inst., most deeply lamented MARGARET, wife of Captain BROUGH. Having for nearly forty years, performed with tenderest and most devoted affection the relative duties of wife and mother, she departed, rejoicing in the peace and consolation of redeeming mercy, in the midst of her afflicted and truly grateful family.
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1832 [TCMP]
DIED In Dublin, on the 13th inst. In the 67th year of his age, Constantine Brough, Esq., late Captain in the Carlow Militia, and for many years a magistrate and deputy governor of this county. To the genuine worth and many domestic virtues of him whose death is here recorded, his numerous and grateful family can alone, in the deep conviction of the debt they owe him, bear adequate testimony.
SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1859 [CWN]
SUDDEN DEATH On Saturday night last, a young man named John Abbot, teacher of the Barrow-house National School, near Maganey, in the County of Kildare, retired to rest, apparently in good health but not making his appearance as usual the following morning, enquires were made about him, when, on entering his bed-room, his lifeless body, which was not quite cold, was found in a kneeling position, as if at prayers. An inquest was held on the body the following day, by one of the coroners for the County Kildare. The jury returned a verdict of "Death by the visitation of God."
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1860 [CWN]
DEATHS It is our painful duty to record the death of Charles H. Tuckey, Esq., for many years Resident Magistrate for this district. The lamentable event took place at his residence Borlem, after a protracted illness, on the 26th instant.
MARCH 7, 1868 [TCS]
DEATHS March 3, at Downings, of bronchitis, Frances Disney, relict of the late T. Disney, Esq., Kill.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1882 [TCS]
WARREN At Ardristan, Jan. 15, 1882. Marianne relict of the late James Leonard Warren, in her 84th year.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1895. [TCS]
PRESCOTT. In affectionate remembrance of Mrs Eliza Prescott, who peacefully passed away at the residence of her nephew, Mr. Richard H. Tackaberry, Ardristan Mills, Tullow, County Carlow, on the 5th January, 1894, aged 94 years. Deceased, who was the younger daughter of Mr. Henry Rainsford, of Rathglass and sister of Mr. Richard Rainsford, son, of Coxs Lane, Carlow, was a good and amiable woman, retained her faculties to the last, and died as she lived, trusting in the atonement of her Redeemer.
JULY 12, 1825. [CAVAN HERALD - PUBLISHED IN CAVAN, CO CAVAN]
MARRIAGES In the county Wicklow, Arthur O'BRIEN, of Carlow, Esq., to Miss Anna GAYER.
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