Dublin Gazette -- 1706-1767

1737, 28th January

Death: On Wednesday last died at his house in Pill lane, Mr. Euphraim Hand, a noted Smith and Scalesmaker.


1741, 1st December

Death: The 24th Instant was buried, Mrs. Robinson, Wife of Mr. John Robinson, Goldsmith very much regretted.


1741, 15th December

Death: The same day died [Friday] in the same street, at her husband's house, Mrs. Hammond, wife of Mr. Hammond his Majesties Bricklayer, and on Saturday evening she was decently interred at St Mary's Church.


1744, 6th March

Death: Last Thursday died Mrs. Mary Williamson, Widow of John Williamson, late of this city, Goldsmith.


1756, 27th November

Death: Saturday November 27th. In College-green, Mr. Nehemiah Clark [Snr], an eminent Herald Painter, and a Man of Character.


1757, 16th July

Death: In Back-lane Miss Norton, Daughter of Mr. Henry Norton, an eminent Glazier.


1757, 23rd July

Marriage: Mr. Thomas Cave [Jnr], Mathematical Instrument Maker to Miss Ann Jones, both in Essex-street.


1757, 3rd September

Death: In Crow-street, Thomas Gunnel, Stonecutter.


1758, 14th January

Death: In Stephens-street Mr. William Gibson [I], Cabinetmaker.


1758, 23rd December

Death: Saturday, 23rd December, Mr. Thomas Jackson, an eminent Glass-seller, on Essex-bridge, whose may virtues render his death, a loss truly deplorable; in his dealings, a man active, understanding, spirited, of the strictest ingenuity, and the most delicate regard for the truth; and in his private life, the most tenderest husband, the most tenderest father, the best brothers, and the sincerest friend; rejoicing in every opportunity of advancing the happiness of other; the highest reverence of the almighty disposer of events; and from thence [etc]. His widow who he leaves with a large charge of children all young is, we hear, advised to continue the business, which was carried on by him [etc].


1759, 2nd December

Death: In Britain-street, Mr. [William] Moore, Cabinetmaker.


1759, 26th December

Marriage: Saturday, December 23rd Mr. James Holmes and eminent Jeweller and Goldsmith in Eustace-street, to Miss Waring, daughter of the Revd. Mr. Thomas Waring, Rector of Moyra, a very amiable and accomplished young lady, with a considerable fortune.


1766, 18th January

Death: On Cork-hill, Mr. Alexander Christie, Watchmaker, aged 86.


1766, 18th February

Marriage: Mr. Thomas Hawkins, of Aungier-street, Upholder, to Miss Abigail Dobson, of Fowne's-street.

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