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Subject: Re: Excerpts from Irish newspapers
Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2001 15:36:30 GMT
At Sandy Cove, near Dublin, Susan, youngest daughter of the late
Rev. Thos. Meade, Incumbent of Innishannon.
At the residence of her nephew, Wm. Lyons, Esq., Rock-grove
Terrace, Harriet, relict of Lieut. John S. Higgins, formerly of
the 16th Regt., aged 84 years.
On the 3d inst., at his residence, Richmond, Surrey, the Rev.
Percy Scott Smythe, of Headborough, co. Waterford.
On Monday evening, at Fairy-lawn, Anne, wife of Bourke White,
Esq., J.P., of Craggs, co. Limerick.
At Mallow, on the 27th ult., John Evans, Esq., eldest son of
Francis Evans, Esq., of that town.
At Lamberton Park, Maryborough, on Tuesday morning, Jan. 7,
aged 82 years, the Right Hon. Arthur Moore.
On Sunday, Jan. 4, in Blessington-street, Dublin, Jas. Wemyss
On the 2d inst., in the 52d year of his age, at his residence,
High Park, Drumcondra, after a few days' illness, of disease of
the heart, Isaac Warren, Esq.
A CENTENARIAN.--Died at Reynich, near Killaloe, on Saturday the
3d inst., Mary Vaughan, who had reached the extraordinary age of
115 years. She preserved her faculties to within a short time
of her demise. She filled the situation of housekeeper to
Michael Henry Head, Esq., late of Derry Castle, and held a
similar situation under his lamented father and grandfather.
It was she who lighted the first fire in the splendid mansion
of Derry Castle on its completion. This extraordinary woman
could up to twelve months ago see to thread the finest needle.
-- The Cork Examiner, 9 January 1846