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<b>Funeral of Commandant Rogers, RIC - Freeman's Journal 19 April 1911</b>
Funeral of Commandant Rogers, RIC - Freeman's Journal 19 April 1911

Last afternoon the remains of Assistant-Inspector-General Henry Annesley Coxwell Rogers, Commandant of the R.I.C. Depot, Phoenix Park, who met with a fatal accident last Saturday, were removed from the Depot to Knightsbridge railway terminus, whence they were conveyed for internment in the family burial ground, Cheltenham. The funeral was of a deeply impressive character and spoke eloquently of the high and widespread respect in which the deceased gentleman was held.
Amongst the many wreaths sent as tributes to the memory of the deceased gentleman was one from the Lord Lieutenant and Lady Aberdeen.

 
 
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<b>Twenty-five Years Ago Today....
(from the 'Belfast News-Letter' of April 2011)</b>
Twenty-five Years Ago Today.... (from the "Belfast News-Letter" of April 2011)

[...} Mr W.A. O'Connell, County-Inspector, was appointed an Assistant Inspector-General of the R.I.C, for duty as Commandant of the Depot, Phoenix Park, Dublin, in succession to Mr. Henry Annesley Coxwell Rogers, who was killed by an accidental fall from his horse. 

 
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Alice Vines (nee Wafer) - Death Announcement
Alice Vines (nee Wafer) - Death Announcement
19 December 1968
Irish Independent 
 
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Ben Vines - Death Announcement
Ben Vines - Death Announcement
 
 
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Bessie Vines (nee O'Rourke) - Family Acknowledgement
Bessie Vines (nee O'Rourke) - Family Acknowledgement
Irish Independent - 28 Sep 1950 
 
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Bessie Vines from Windgates (nee Elizabeth O'Rourke) - Death Announcement
Bessie Vines from Windgates (nee Elizabeth O'Rourke) - Death Announcement
Status: Located;  
 
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Charlotte Lees and Rev. George Sidney Smith D.D. - Wedding Announcement
Charlotte Lees and Rev. George Sidney Smith D.D. - Wedding Announcement

On the 29th *ult. by the Rev. J.T. O'Brien, D.D.T.C.D. at St. Mary's, Donnybrook, the Rev. George Sidney Smith, F.T.C.D. Rector of Aghalurcher, county of Fermanagh, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Thomas Orde Lees, of Bloomfield, county Dublin, Esq.

Published: June 1st 1838

*ult. means last month (from Latin ultimo) 

 
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Charlotte Lees-Smith - Death Annoucement
Charlotte Lees-Smith - Death Annoucement

SMITH – January 30 at Idrone Terrace, Blackrock, Charlotte wife of the Rev. Dr Sidney Smith, Rector of Drumragh, Co Tyrone. 

 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Edward (Ned) Murray Acknowledgement
Edward (Ned) Murray Acknowledgement
Husband to Kathleen Murray (nee Vines) 
 
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Eleanor Lees - Death Announcement
Eleanor Lees - Death Announcement

In Merrion Square, Dublin, on 16th inst*, aged 21 years, Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Orde Lees, Esq.

Published: 22 Jul 1834

*inst. abbreviation for instante mense, meaning a date of the current month 

 
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Frances Cobbe-Huntingdon - Death Announcement
Frances Cobbe-Huntingdon - Death Announcement

At Hampstead Heath, In the prime of life, on the 31st ult, her Ladyship having lain in on the Sunday preceding of her tenth child.

Published: Thursday, 6th April 1820, Caledonian Mercury 

 
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Francis John Graves & Sybil Hurford - Marriage Announcement
Francis John Graves & Sybil Hurford - Marriage Announcement

GRAVES – HURFORD March 1, at Umballa, Francis John Graves, Esq, 20th Hussars, only son of the late James Perceval Graves, Esq. of Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, to Sybil Marie, third daughter of Richard Hurford, Esq. J.P. V.S., Bengal Army.

Published: 8 Apr 1871 

 
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Georgina Lee-Graves and Thomas Williams - Marriage Announcement
Georgina Lee-Graves and Thomas Williams - Marriage Announcement

May 29th at Ambleside Church Windermere by the Rev. R.P.Graves Thomas Williams Esq. of St Stephen's Green, Dublin, to Georgina, relict of the late James P. Graves Esq. of Fitzwilliam Square and youngest daughter of T.O. Lees Esq. of Trafalgar Terrace, Monkstown, Co Dublin. 

 
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Honor Murphy Staunton - Death Announcement
Honor Murphy Staunton - Death Announcement

DEATH OF MRS HONORIA
STAUNTON, SNUGBORO’

The death took place on the 4th inst, at Snugboro’, Castlebar, of Mrs Honoria Staunton, a respected old lady who had reached her 87th year. She was mother of Mr James Staunton, and mother-in-law of Mr John Tierney, Snugboro’. On Tuesday her remains were removed to the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, where Requiem Mass was celebrated for eternal repose on Wednesday, her internment taking place in the old Church Cemetery on Wednesday, the funeral being large and representative.  

 
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James & John Doyle v. William Kearney | Tullow District Sessions
James & John Doyle v. William Kearney | Tullow District Sessions

Open to view transcript. 

 
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Jane Bradshaw (nee Vines) - Death Announcement
Jane Bradshaw (nee Vines) - Death Announcement
Evening Herald 9 Dec 1974 
 
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Jane Vines - Bray & District Canine Championship - The Irish Times
Jane Vines - Bray & District Canine Championship - The Irish Times
Jane and her wired-haired dachshund 'Greygates The Butler' win best of breed and a green star. 
 
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John Bayly - In Memoriam
John Bayly - In Memoriam
Nenagh Guardian - 6 Oct 1990

John Bayly who died at his home on Sunday was 80 years old and a substantial farmer. He was closely associated with the North Tipperary Show Committee and a former past president, and for many years was the senior steward in the horticultural section. He leaves his wife, Lorna, sons Jack, Desmond, daughters Charlotte and Anne. 
 
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John Doyle | Nationalist & Leinster Times:- ALLEGED ASSAULT NEAR CLONEGAL
John Doyle | Nationalist & Leinster Times:- ALLEGED ASSAULT NEAR CLONEGAL

The newspapers cover the court case between John and Thomas Cosgrave. 

 
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John Vines featured in Dr Diarmaid Ó Muirithe's famous 'The Words We Use' column that ran in the Irish Times for 22 years
John Vines featured in Dr Diarmaid Ó Muirithe's famous 'The Words We Use' column that ran in the Irish Times for 22 years

"The late John Vines, God rest him, a rural philosopher who held court in The Grove Bar, near Delgany in Co. Wicklow, once gave me the noun dowdy. I had previously heard only the adjective. By it he meant an untidy woman, a streel......" 

 
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John Vines featured in Dr Diarmaid Ó Muirithe's famous 'The Words We Use' column that ran in the Irish Times for 22 years
John Vines featured in Dr Diarmaid Ó Muirithe's famous 'The Words We Use' column that ran in the Irish Times for 22 years

He "told me once that 'the thunder and lightening were so bad last night that I dagged meself more than once with Holy Water'..." 

 
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Kate Moore-Bourke - Death Announcement
Kate Moore-Bourke - Death Announcement

3rd December 1955
Connaught Telegraph 

 
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Kate Moore-Bourke - Obituary
Kate Moore-Bourke - Obituary

7th January 1956
Connaught Telegraph 

 
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Kilbride & Clonegal United G.F.C. - Condolence
Kilbride & Clonegal United G.F.C. - Condolence

Condolence

Kilbride and Clonegal United G.F.C. - At a meeting, a vote of sympathy was passed with the Donohoe family on the death of their father, Mr Thos. Donohoe, vice-President of the Club; also with the Murphy family, Huntington on the death of their mother; also with the Doyle family, Ballyredmond, on the death of their father.

 
 
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Lady Louisa Hastings-Lees - Death Announcement
Lady Louisa Hastings-Lees - Death Announcement

LEES – February 7, Lady Louisa, wife of the Rev. John Lees, Rector of Annaghdown, County Galway, and sister to the Right Hon. the Earl of Huntingdon.

Published: 10 February 1868 

 
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Louise Redmond | Death Annoucement
Louise Redmond | Death Annoucement

REDMOND (Ballybeg, Ballinglen, Co. Wicklow) - Feb. 14, 1981, at Baltinglass Hospital, Louise; deeply regretted by her sister, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Remains will be removed from hospital this (Sunday) evening at 4 o'c. To Killaveny Church. Burial tomorrow (Monday) after 11 o'c. Mass in adjoining cemetery. 

 
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Louise Redmond | Obituary
Louise Redmond | Obituary

MISS LOUISE REDMOND

The death took place in Baltinglass Hospital on Saturday of Miss Louise Redmond, Ballybeg, Tinahely. Deceased who had reached an advanced age had only been in hospital for one week. The remains were removed to Killavaney Church on Sunday and were interred in the adjoining cemetery after 11 o'clock Requiem Mass on Monday. Fr. Curtis P.P. was celebrant and recited the prayers at the graveside. Sympathy is extended to her sister, Annemaria; her nieces, relatives and friends. R.I.P. 

 
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Mabel Louise Lees - Birth Annoucement
Mabel Louise Lees - Birth Annoucement

LEES – September 16th at 19 Lower Mount Street Dublin, the wife of Thomas Orde Hastings Lees, Esq, R.I.C., of a daughter. 

 
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Margaret Tierney Staunton - In Memoriam
Margaret Tierney Staunton - In Memoriam

In Memoriam
Staunton (Third Anniversary)
- In sad and cherished memory of my dear mother, Margaret Staunton, Snugboro, who died December 12, 1963. R.I.P. Masses offered. Sadly missed. - Rita 

 
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Mary Anne (Ciss) Vines - Death Announcement
Mary Anne (Ciss) Vines - Death Announcement

VINES (Co. Wicklow) - June 29, 1964, at St Laurence's (Richmond) Hospital, Mary (Ciss), daughter of the late Alec and Mary Vines, Kilpedder; deeply regretted by her sorrowing brothers, sisters, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Remains will be removed this (Tuesday) evening to St Patrick's Church, Kilquade, arriving Kilpedder at 6.45 o'c. Requiem Mass to-morrow (Wednesday) at 9 o'c. Funeral immediately afterwards to adjoining cemetery.
 

 
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Mary Anne Vines-Lowe - Death Announcement
Mary Anne Vines-Lowe - Death Announcement

LOWE (Bray) - August 5, 1935, at St. Columcille's Hospital. Mary Anne, widow of John Lowe, 23A Maitland Street, Bray. R.I.P. Remains will arrive at the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer at 8.40 this (Tuesday )evening. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday) at 3.15 to St. Peter's Cemetery. 

 
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Mary Henderson - Death Announcement
Mary Henderson - Death Announcement
 
 
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Mary Lynch  (Vines-Peare) - Memoriam
Mary Lynch (Vines-Peare) - Memoriam
12 Feb 1964 
 
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Mary Lynch (nee Vines-Peare) - Obituary
Mary Lynch (nee Vines-Peare) - Obituary
Nationalist and Leinster Times 8 Mar 1963 
 
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Newspaper Article: 17 May 1951
Newspaper Article: 17 May 1951
Headline: Overcome by fumes in his motor-car

In the year before he died Alec worked as a gardener for Mr Peel of the White Cottage, Kilpedder, Co Wicklow. Both Alec and his daughter Kathleen attended an inquest for Mr Peel. 
 
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Newspaper Article: Bride unaware of father's death
Newspaper Article: Bride unaware of father's death

BRIDE UNAWARE OF FATHER'S DEATH

A young Co. Wicklow bride sat through her wedding breakfast at the Glen Mohir Inn unaware that her father died shortly after the marriage ceremony in Rathdrum Parish church. The bride, Miss Geraldine Doyle, Ballintombay, Rathdrum, who worked as a receptionist to a Dublin doctor, married Mr. William Vines of Newtownmountkennedy.

Her father, Mr. James Doyle, a farmer, did not feel well enough to attend the ceremony and he died at home shortly after the members of the family had returned from the church. The honeymoon was cancelled.

 
 
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Norah Bourke-Harrison - Death Announcement
Norah Bourke-Harrison - Death Announcement

9th April 1949
Connaught Telegraph 

 
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Peter Vines photographed by The Irish Times
Peter Vines photographed by The Irish Times
Description: After building his own house singlehanded; near Kilpedder, Co Wicklow, Mr Joseph Williams (centre) gets help from Mr Peter Vines (left) and Mr I. Roe (right) to lay a water pipe across the main Dublin-Wicklow road. They are seen having a snack on the side of the road. 
 
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Philip Hastings Simon and Gavine Cumming - Marriage Announcement
Philip Hastings Simon and Gavine Cumming - Marriage Announcement

SIMON : CUMMING: – On June 21, 1940, at Pretoria, South Africa, Philip Hastings Simon, Royal Natal Carbineers, Son of Colonel M. St L. Simon, C.B.E., and Mrs. Simon, Kew Gardens, to Margaret Gavine, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel G.W. Cumming, O.B.E., T.D., Royal Signals, and Mrs. Cumming of Glasgow. 

 
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Rev. John Lees - Death Announcement
Rev. John Lees - Death Announcement

LEES – April 6, at Annadown Rectory, Co Galway, the Rev. John Lees, aged 58 years

Published: 11 April 1871 

 
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Samuel (Sam) Vines - Acknowledgment
Samuel (Sam) Vines - Acknowledgment
 
 
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Stephen (Finney) Vines - Death Announcement
Stephen (Finney) Vines - Death Announcement
23 November 1991
Irish Independent 
 
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The Evening Herald - Road Fatality Charges
The Evening Herald - Road Fatality Charges

On 6 Jul 1969 Ben is involved in a road accident which resulted in the death of his companion Joseph Kelly (39). Ben and Joseph were on the N11 roadway in Kilpedder. A speeding car passed witnesses and began a speed wobble before crossing back and forth over the road and ultimately turning over several times. When the car stopped moving Joseph Kelly was lying behind the car. There is no further mention of Ben.

The following January The Evening Herald reports from the central criminal court.

 
 
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Thomas Scovell Charles Bigge and Ellen Lee's - Marriage Announcement
Thomas Scovell Charles Bigge and Ellen Lee's - Marriage Announcement

Bigge and Lees – March 18 at St. John's Church Claremorris by the Van. and Rev. the Archdeacon of Tuam, Thomas Scovell Charles Bigge, Major 5th Fusiliers to Ellen, only daughter of the Rev. John and Lady Louisa Lees, and niece to the Earl of Huntingdon. 

 
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William Lees - Birth Announcement
William Lees - Birth Announcement

In Dublin, on Saturday, Mrs. Thomas Orde Lees, a son.

Published: 4th August 1818 

 
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William Vines & Mary Peare - Eldest daughter weds
William Vines & Mary Peare - Eldest daughter weds
Sep 1955 
 
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William Vines - Death Announcement
William Vines - Death Announcement
Sunday Independent 20 Jun 1948 
 
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William Vines - Death Announcement
William Vines - Death Announcement
Irish Independent - Saturday 19 Jun 1948 
 


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