Freeman Journal, Dublin, Ireland
13 March 1764 Died - At Bettyville in the Co. of Carlow, the
Wife of Mr. Wm. Grahm, a wealthy Farmer. In Peter-street, the
Lady of Col. Paul Mincein of Bough in the Co. of Carlow.
10 April 1764 Died - Mr. William Poole, of Carlow, an eminent
25 August 1764 Died - In Peter-street, Col. Paul Minchin of
the Co. of Carlow.
13 April 1765 Died - In Carlow, Mr. James Harvey, of
Castle-street, Woollen-Draper, a young Man of an exceeding
23 April 1765 Died - At Rivelly, near Carlow, Oliver Murray,
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The Kilkenny Independent
Wednesday, January 10, 1827 CARLOW, JAN. 4- DEATH FROM WANT-
The lifeless body of a wretched man, named Esmonde, who had long
been an animated picture of human misery in this place, was
discovered yesterday morning lying upon a heap of manure in one
of the lanes. The cold of a frosty night had combined with a
destitution of food and almost raiment, to extinguish the life
of a man whose father had been blessed with affluence.
Wednesday, May 16, 1827 At Viewmount, near Carlow, J.
Bennett, Esq. J.P
Saturday, August 4, 1827 DIED Suddenly, at Enniscorthy
Castle, his residence, John Bruen, Esq. brother to Henry Bruen,
Esq. M.P. for the county Carlow.
Evening Telegraph, Dublin, Ireland
Wednesday, 6 Apr 1904 BROPHY - April 5th, 1904, at Our Lady's
Hospice, Anne, relict of the late Michael Brophy, Myshall,
Carlow, to the grief of her sorrowing children and friends.
R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday) at 10 a.m. from Hospice
to Glasnevan. My Jesus, mercy.
The Clare Journal
14 January 1836 In Dublin, Wm. Johnston, Esq. Sub Inspector
of the County Carlow Constabulary Force.
The Cork Examiner
27 August 1852 December 30, drowned, whilst bathing in the
Ballovira River, at Surat, in the district of Mazanoa, New South
Wales, Wm. Hope, the beloved son of John De Renzy, Esq., of
Clonegal, county of Carlow, aged 27 years.
4 November 1864 On the 31st Oct., at the residence of her
father 2, Burlington-road, Dublin, Jane Adelaide, the beloved
wife of N. G. Elliott, Esq., of Johnstown House, Co. Carlow.
7 February 1865 On the 5th instant, at his residence, Dundrum,
aged 72, John Henry Colclough, son of the late Beaucham
Colclough, Esq., of Mount Sion, county Carlow.
The Freeman's Journal And National Press, Dublin, Ireland
Monday, August 6, 1917 DEATHS - DOWLING (Carlow)- August 5,
1917, at his residence, Linkardstown, Carlow, James P. Dowling;
deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, children, and large
circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral from residence on to-morrow
(Tuesday) at 10.25 o'clock (old time) for Tinryland, where High
Mass and Office will begin at 11 o'clock. No flowers by request.
The Connaught Journal, Galway, Ireland
Thursday, March 11, 1824 At Broomville, County Carlow, in the
77th year of his age, William Paul Butler, Esq., granduncle to
the Thomas Butler, Bart.
Thursday, December 17, 1840 Death by Drowning- On Friday
evening, about 6 o'clock, an unfortunate woman, whose name is
stated to be Stewart, while in a state of intoxication, fell
into the river Barrow, and was drowned. The cries of the
unfortunate woman brought several persons to the spot, but such
was the strength of the current after the late heavy rains, she
was swept over the weir and drowned before any one could render
her assistance. The body is not yet found.--Carlow Sentinel.
New Orleans Daily Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
25 September 1853 DIED: On Saturday, at half past 11 o'clock,
in the 53d year of his age, Timothy Redmond, native of the
Parish of Kilrush, county Wexford, Ireland. His friends and
acquaintances and those of his family are respectfully invited
to attend his funeral from his late residence, 279 Poydras
street, between St. Peter and St. Paul streets, at 3 o'clock,
this afternoon, without further notice. Wexford and Carlow
papers please copy.
Monday December 2, 1889 DIED: NOLAN - In New Orleans at 9:30
o'clock p.m., Sunday Dec. 1, 1889 Patrick H. Nolan, aged 63
years 8 months and 13 days a native of county Carlow, Ireland
and a resident of this city for forty seven years. Funeral from
his residence No. 469 Tchoupitoulas between Race and Orange
Friday February 7, 1890 DIED: NASH - On Saturday, Feb. 8,
1890, at 1:30 p.m. James K. Nash, a native of county Carlow,
Ireland, aged 68 years, a resident of this city for the past
fourty-five years. Funeral from his late residence No. 864
Monday April 20, 1890 DIED: O'CONNELL - Sunday, April 19,
1890, at 10 o'clock a.m. M. L. O'Connell, aged 49 years, native
of county Carlow, Ireland. Funeral from the residence of his
sister Mrs. M. Cosgrove, corner First and Dryades this Monday at
The Lanark Era, Lanark, Ontario, Canada
Wednesday, Dec 18, 1895 - Lanark Twp. Wednesday, Dec. 4th,
Mrs. Thomas Moulton, aged 80 yrs. She was born N. Cardiff, in
Carlow, Ireland, in 1815, and came to Canada in 1822 with her
parents. They settled in Lanark Twp. where she married the late
Thos. Moulton, whom she survived over 29 years. They had a
family of eight sons and four daughters; William, on the
homestead; Thomas, in Prince Albert, Sask; Joseph, in Manitoba;
Robert & James, in Combermere; and George, John, and Benjamin
who are dead. Mrs. Isaac Halpenny, Lanark Twp; Elizabeth, on the
homestead; and Mrs. Adam Ireton, and Miss Jane, who are dead.
Burial on Friday in Boyd's Settlement cemetery.