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Offaly Weddings 1863

Offaly Weddings 1863

The following list contains marriages that mention places in county Offaly (Kings).

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

7 February: William Charles Goodwin & Olivia Charlotte Berry

At St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, William Charles Goodwin, Esq., C.E. to Olivia Charlotte, daughter of John Berry, Esq., of Chesterfield, King’s County.


 

12 May: Isaac Bradley & Maria Emily Bradley

At Tullamore Church Isaac son of Jonathan Bradley, Esq., of Caslecomer, County Kilkenny to Maria Emily, daughter of John A Bradley, Esq., of Tullamore King’s County.


 

17 September: John Hill Linde & Mrs Jane Lum

At St. George’s Church, Dublin, John Hill Linde, Esq., of Eyrefield, county Kildare, and Hardwicke street, Dublin, to Jane, relict of the late William Purefoy Lum, Esq., of Lumville, King’s County.


 

5 November: Ricahrd J Gabbett & Elizabeth Agnes Minchin

Nov 3 at St Peter’s Church, (Dublin) by the Rev J W Bowles, Rector of Shinrone, assisted by the Rev G.O.F. Patton, Ricahrd J Gabbett, Esq., of Caherline, county of Limerick to Elizabeth Agnes, Eldest daughter of the late John Minchin Esq., J.P. of Busherstown, Kings’s County.


 

12 November: George Gilmour & Rebecca Fossitt

At Parsonstown, on the 10th inst., George Gilmour Esq., 21st Fusiliers, to Rebecca, daughter of John Fossitt, Esq., of The Island, King’s County


 

19 December: William Bellingham Carter & Rebecca Catherine Parsons

At St Peter’s Church, Dublin, William Bellingham son of the late Major Samson Carter, of Barmeen, in the county of Dublin, to Rebecca Catherine, daughter of Laurence Parsons, Esq., of Birrview, King’s County


 

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


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