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Newspaper Extracts 1902, Marriages and Deaths

Newspaper Extracts 1902, Marriages and Deaths

Limerick Leader 29 Nov 1902


Caddan and Murphy – On the 26th instant, by Very Rev. Dean Flanagan, Adare, James Caddan, R.I., to Katherine Mary, fifth eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Murphy, Tough, County Limerick.
Young and Sheean – On November 22nd, at St. Luke’s Church Cork by Rev Canon Galway, LLD., John Henry, third son of Samuel Young, Glenoabeen, Co. Limerick, to Eva Frances, eldest daughter of Franis Sheean, Magnolia Terrace.

Alcock – November 22, at Innishannon, County Cork, Alexander Mann Alcock, I.R.C.P. and S.I. Funeral left for Killowen this (Saturday) morning at 10:30.
Hartigan – On yesterday, at 1 Waterloo Place, Dublin, Jane, widow of the late Michael Hartigan, of 46 George street, Limerick. Funeral on Monday at 1.30pm from Terminus to Mount Saint Laurence Cemetery.
Lloyd – Nov, 28, at Lower Baggots street, Dublin, Evelyn Forteacue Lloyd, J.P. of Cranagh Castle, Templemore late Captain Cheshire Regiment. aged 52 years. Funeral will leave Cranagh on Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock for Templemore.

In Memoriam
Clery – Second Anniversary – In affectionate memory of Isabella Josephine, youngest daughter of the late Robert Cleary and Isabella Clery, who died of Infantile cholera, November 30, 1900, at Glebe, Athlacca, Co. Limerick, aged 7 months, in Jesus.


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