The following list contains marriages that mention places in county Cavan.
These records were extracted from news reports of Irish Marriages published in the Limerick Chronicle, 1863:
19 May: Andrew Bell Booth & Rachel Power
In St Mary’s Church, Dublin, Andrew Bell Booth, jun., Esq., son of Andrew Bell Booth, Esq., of Bellsgrove, county Cavan, to Rachel, daughter of Pierce Power Esq., solicitor, Berkeley Street, Dublin
20 June: Henry Lundy & Elizabeth Buchanan
In St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, Henry Lundy, son of J Lundy, Esq., Billis, county Cavan, to Elizabeth, daughter of R. Buchanan, Esq. Carrig House, county Cavan.
9 July: Alexander George Armstrong & Jane Amelia Booth
In Donnybrook Church, county Dublin, Alexander George Armstong, Esq., C.E., County Surveyor of Cavan, to Jane Amelia, daughter of the late George Bell Booth, Esq., of Drumcarbin, county Cavan
16 July: Alexander George Armstrong & Jane Amelia Booth (This report ran twice)
On the 3rd inst., at Donnybrook Church, county Dublin, Alexander George, eldest son of the late Alexander J Armstrong, Esq., C.E. County Surveyor of Cavan, to Jane Amelia, daughter of the late George Bell Booth, Esq., of Drumcarbin, county Cavan.
26 September: W Creek & Emilia Clifford
At Kildallen Church, the Rev. W. Creek, A.M., to Emilia, daughter of the late Captain R. Clifford, J.P. of Crean Cottage, county Cavan
27 October: William Cooke & Susanna Harvey
In the Wesleyan Chapel, Skibbereen, Mr William Cooke Rossarbery, County Cork, to Miss Susanna Harvey, of Corran Arv, county Cavan
Civil marriage registration did not come into law for all weddings in Ireland until 1864. Some marriages required registration as early as 1845 but those of the Roman Catholic faith did not have to comply with this ruling.