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Monaghan Weddings 1863

Monaghan Weddings 1863

The following list contains marriages that mention places in county Monaghan.

These records were extracted from  news reports of Irish Marriages published in the Limerick Chronicle, 1863:

13 January: John Fisher & Maria Robinson

At Killeevan, John Fisher Esq., .D. Cootehill to Maria daughter of the late Mr. Mylvanus Robinson, Newbliss, County Monaghan


 

12 May: James Browne & Elizabeth Hoskins

At Clones James Browne Esq., merchant, to Elizabeth daughter of Joshua T Hoskins Esq, surgeon both Clones.


 

30 July: Stanley Treanor & Charlotte Elizabeth Evatt

At Kilkeel, county Down the Rev Stanley Treanor, Curate of Tuam, to Charlotte Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Evatt, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Mount Louise, county Monaghan, and Kenilworth Terrace, Rathmines.


 

25 August: Francis Hazlett & Mary Jane Rutherford

At Anahilt Presbyterian Church, Mr Francis Hazlett, merchant Monaghan, to Mary Jane, daughter of Wm Rutherford, Esq., Surgeon, Woodville, Anahilt, county Down.


 

3 November: Walter J FitzGerald Quin & Mary Kate Evereux

At the Roman Catholic Cathedral, Enniscorthy, Walter J FitzGerald Quin, Esq., Ulster Bank, Monaghan, and the late Lieutenant Royal Tyrone Fusiliers to Mary Kate, daughter of James Evereux, Esq., Temple Shannon, Enniscorty, county Wexford


 

Click here for the marriages recorded in the other counties of Ireland for 1863


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