The following list contains marriages that mention places in county Clare.
These records were extracted from news reports of Irish Marriages published in the Limerick Chronicle, 1863:
24 February: John G. Dwyer & Jane Mary Molony
At Gort, John G. O’Dwyer Esq., of Ennis to Jane Mary, daughter of the late Richard Molony, Esq., of Gort
12 March: John Fitzgerald Studdert & Mrs. Alice Marion Bastable
March 7, in St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, John Fitzgerald Studdert, Esq., son of Thomas Studdert Esq., D.L. of Bunratty Castle, county Clare, to Alice Marion, widow of the late Arthur Bastable, Esq., barrister at law
16 April: Patrick Garvey & Bridget Hassett
At the Roman Catholic Church, Quin, county Clare, Patrick Garvey and Bridget Hassett
23 May: Joseph Thompson Boxwell & Hessie Hogan
At St Michan’s Church, Dublin, Joseph Thompson, son of the late Mr Wm Boxwell tanner, of Wexford, to Hessie, daughter of the late Mr Edward Hogan of Ennis
1 August: Edmund W. Molony & Frances Selina Gayer
At Monkstown Church, County Dublin, Edmund W. Molony Esq., of the Civil Service, Bengal, third son of James Molony Esq., D.L. of Kiltanon House, County Clare, to Frances Selina second daughter of Arthur Edward Gayer, Esq., Q.C., LLD of Salerno, Killiney, one of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for Ireland.
8 August: John James Mathew & Delia Foster
At St. Andrew’s Westland row Dublin Captain John Jas. Mathew, son of the late Francis Mathew, Esq of Rockview, County Tipperary, to Delia, daughter of John Foster Esq., of Rino County Clare and Normangrove, county Galway.
26 September: David Williams & Lavinia Adams
Sept. 26th at the Parish Church off St. Michael, by the Rev. Henry Peacock, David Williams, Esq., of Kilrush, to Lavinia, daughter of John Adams, Esq., of this city (Limerick) [No cards sent]
26 September: Robert J Hanly & Kate Whelan
On the 19th instant at St. Michael’s Church, by the Rev Thomas Browne, P.P., Robert J Hanly, Sunville House, Kilkishen, county Clare to Kate, the eldest daughter of the late Mr John Whelan, Corkamore, county Limerick.
29 September: Henry Bentley & Mary Seward
Sept. 26th at St. Anne’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. C.D. Russell, Henry Bentley, of Shannon View O’Brien’s Bridge, county Clare, Esq., M.D., youngest son of the late William Bentley, of Hurleston, County Clare, Esq., to Mary, second daughter of Joshua W. Seward, of Dromaan House, county Galway Esq., J.P. [No Cards]
15 October: Theobald Taaffe Taylor & Rachel Simmons
On the 14th at St. Michael’s Church in this city (Limerick) by the Rev Joseph F. Robbins, Rector of Castletownarra, Tipperary, Mr. Theobald Taaffe Taylor, Kilrush to Rachel, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Wm Simmons, Ballymacurtane both in the county of Clare
17 October: John Russell & Margaret Howard
At Kilrush on Wednesday, 14th inst., by the Rev Father Browne, Mr John Russell, of Limerick to Miss Margaret Howard of Kilrush.
12 November: Laurence Quinlivan & Margrette Cullinan
This morning at Ennis by the Very Rev Dean Kenny P.P. V.G., Laurence Quinlivan, Esq., J.P. of Limerick to Margrette, daughter of Michael Cullinan Esq., of Ennis, solicitor [No cards]
17 November: Benjamin O’Donovan & Margaret Clune
On Monday 16th inst., Mr. Benjamin O’Donovan, grocer and spirit merchant, Broad Street, (Limerick) to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Clune of Quin, county Clare
19 November: Thomas MacMahon & Marcella Lynch
Nov 13th at St. Andrew’s Church, Westland Row, Dublin, Thomas MacMahon Esq., Knockane, county Clare, to Marcella, daughter of the late James Lynch, Esq., Windfield, county Galway.
21 November: Henry Joseph Arthur Brew & Fanny Alicia Jackson
At St Nicholas’s R.C. Church, Galway, Henry Joseph Arthur, son of the late Arthur Brew Esq., Grace Park county Dublin, and formerly of Cahirmacrea, county Clare to Fanny Alicia, daughter of Benjamin Jackson, Esq., County Inspector of Constabulary Galway West.
19 December: Edward Picton Phillips & Elizabeth Augusta Creagh
At Charleville, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. H. Sadleir, Edward Picton Phillips, Esq., of Haverford West, Pembrokeshire to Elizabeth Augusta, daughter of Colonel Giles Vandeleur Creagh of Cahirbane, county Clare