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Roscommon Weddings 1863

Roscommon Weddings 1863

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

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

12 March: Thomas Carter & Miss Fanny Mahery

On the 10th of March, at the Parish Church of Ardcarne, county Roscommon, by the Rev. Daniel Leahy, vicar of Kilbryan, Mr Thomas Carter to Miss Fanny Mahery, both of that district [No cards sent]


14 March: James Young & Grace Elizabeth O’Grady

On the 11th inst., at Heathfield Church, county Limerick, by the Rev. Thomas Plummer, A.M., Rector of Mahonagh, James Young, Esq., J.P., of Harristown, county Roscommon, to Grace Elizabeth, daughter of the late Hon Waller O’Grady, of Castlegarde, county Limerick, gran daughter of Standish first Viscount Guillamore, and of Hugh, third Lord Massy. [No cards]


6 June: Christopher Joynt & Lilly Anna Holton

At St. Anne’s Church, Dublin, Christopher Joynt, Esq., M.D. of the Indian Army, and late of Scinde Horse, to Lilly Anna, daughter of W. Noble Holton, Esq., J.p. Woodberry House, Athlone, county Roscommon.


9 June: Thomas Keane & Maria Connolly

At St. Vincent’s Roman catholic Church Galway Mr. Thomas Keane, Master of Athlone Workhouse, to Miss Maria Connolly of Galway.


7 July: Thomas Moriarty & Harriette Gore

At St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, Thomas, son of Henry Moriarty, Esq., of Abbeytown, county Roscommon, to Harriette, daughter of the late William Gore, Esq., of Mayola, county of Derry


28 July: William McDermott & Mary Helena Lynch

At St. Andrew’s Church Westland Row Dublin, Captain Wm McDermott, son of Wm McDermott Esq., of Springfield, county Galway, to Mary Helena, daughter of the later Captain Martin Lynch, of Lowbuy, county Roscommon


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

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