1941

1941 Calendar

Names listed below are those from or related to Limerick city or county and vicinity only.

 

  • Mother Anne, New Ross, Limerick Leader 10/11/1941, news report, sister of the Sacred Heart at the Carmelite Monastery, native of Co. Limerick, age 86, buried at the Monastery Cemetery

  • Adams, J. (Mrs.), Barracks, Foynes, Limerick Leader 22/08/1941, news report, buried at family ground in Knockpatrick [obituary, 03/09/1942]

  • Hayes, Sister Mary Agnes, Kinsale, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, news report, sister of the Convent of Mercy, daughter of John Hayes, Oola, Co. Limerick, age 80

  • Ahern, Catherine, Parkana, Athea, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, funeral report, relict of John Ahern, age 77, buried at family ground in Temple Athea [sympathy note, 10/02/1941]

  • Ahern, John, Dominic Street, Limerick Leader 18/10/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Ahern, William, Kyle, Direen, Limerick Leader 21/05/1941, news report, member of respected family

  • Allen, Patrick, St. John's Square, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, note to the paper from 'Charity', died at work, employed by Bord of Works

  • Ambrose, Mary, Ballinena, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, news report, buried at Churchtown cemetery

  • Arundel, Edward, Hospital, Limerick Leader 08/12/1941, news report, spent some time in the American Navy, buried at Hospital Cemetery

  • Banberry, female (Mrs.), Kilalloe, Limerick Leader 21/04/1941, news report

  • Bannon, Stephen, 11 Edward Street, Limerick Leader 09/08/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Barrett, male (child), Limerick Leader 27/08/1941, news report, child was asleep in the midst of the wheat, was not seen and fatally injured by a binding machine in the property of Ed. Tuohy, Ballingaddy

  • Barry, Ellen, Dublin, Limerick Leader 03/11/1941, news report, widow of John Barry, related to Glin

  • Barry, James F., Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 01/03/1941, news report, so of James F. Barry, one-time mayor of Limerick and later City Coroner [death notice 01/03/1941]

  • Barry, John, 11 Lansdowne Terrace, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 05/07/1941, obituary, late manager of Messrs. James Nash and Son House and Land Agents, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice, 05/07/1941; obituary, 09/07/1941]

  • Barry, John, Castlepark, Limerick Leader 20/12/1941, funeral report, native of Co. Clare, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 20/12/1941]

  • Barry Margaret, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 26/11/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Barry, Patrick, West End, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 05/02/1941, obituary, buried at family ground in Ardpatrick

  • Beegan, Mary, 23 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, funeral report, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 25/01/1941]  

  • Begley, John, Archdeacon, Bruff, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, news report, Parish Priest and Vicar General Bruff, age 78, remained in Limerick for several years, author of 3-volume history of the Diocese of Limerick; buried at New Cemetery, Bruff

  • Benson, R. S., Right Rev. Monsignor, Geelong, Melbourne, Limerick Leader 20/09/1941, news report, age 77, native of Adare

  • Binchy, Josephine, Clonakilty, Limerick Leader 31/03/1941, news report, age 91, native of Charleville, sister at the Convent of Mercy, buried at the Convent grounds

  • Bodkin-Kennedy, Celia, Cork, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, news report, native of Limerick, buried at family vault in the grounds of St. Mary's Cathedral

  • Bouchier, Geraldine, Denmark Street, Limerick Leader 09/08/1941, age 2, news report, knocked down by a lorry outside her house [inquest report, 11/08/1941]

  • Bourke, female (Mrs.), Sarsfield Street, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, news report, funeral to Clonbeg, Glen of Aherlow

  • Bourke, Patrick, New Pallas, Limerick Leader 10/12/1941, news report, fell from the Railway Bridge onto the pavement, son of Michael Bourke, age 4, buried at Doon Cemetery [further report, 15/12/1941]

  • Bourke, Patrick, Denmark Street, Limerick Leader 06/10/1941, obituary, age 81, in trade in commerce, was elected member of the Limerick Corporation, active in politics, buried at Kilmurry Cemetery [tributes, 08/10/1941; acknowledgement notice, 18/10/1941]

  • Boyce, Nellie, Lowfield, Castletown, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, obituary, died in a nursing home, buried at Castletown Cemetery [acknowledgement notice, 08/03/1941]

  • Bracken, female (Mrs. John), Old Pike, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 08/11/1941, obituary, wife of John Bracken, buried at Croagh Cemetery [acknowledgement notice, 08/11/1941]

  • Braddish, John, 218 McKinley Avenue, NY, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, death notice, native of Limerick , husband of Bridgett Doyle, buried at St. John's cemetery

  • Brawn, Barbara, 16 Wickham Street, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, death notice, wife of Matthew Brawn, buried in Ballinure

  • Breen, John, Rev. Canon, Rockhill, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, funeral report, parish priest at Rockhill church, buried at church's grounds

  • Breen, John, Balintubber, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, funeral report, buried at Churchtown Cemetery [acknowledgement notice, 25/01/1941]

  • Breen, Michael, Birmingham, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, native of Newcastle West, news report, had a commercial business,  brother of Very Rev. Canon Breen, P.P., Bruree

  • Breen, Patrick, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, funeral report, coachbuilder, buried at St. Finbarr's church, Bantry

  • Brennan, Hannah, Knocktoosh, Broadford, Limerick Leader 11/08/1941, news report, advanced age, buried at Clonfert Cemetery [acknowledgement notice, 16/08/194]

  • Brennan, Michael, 4 Violet Villas, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, news report, buyer of the silk department in Cannock's, died on same day as his niece, Aileen Kelly

  • Brockett, John, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 31/03/1941, sympathy note, late engineer at Messrs. Cleeve Bros., Lansdowne

  • Broderick, Eileen, Athea, Limerick Leader 28/05/1941, news report, age 102, worked as cook in households for distinguished personalities

  • Broderick, John D., Caherlane, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 12/07/1941, news report, age 76, teacher, buried at Old Abbey Cemetery

  • Broderick, Patrick, 21 Rossa Avenue, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Brosnan, female (Mrs. Patrick J.), Rowells, Limerick Leader, 06/10/1941, news report, early age

  • Buckley, Therese Maria, Castle-mungret, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 08/11/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Buckner, Joseph, Roxboro Road, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, news report, painter at Limerick Mental Hospital, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Buston, Patrick, Foynes, Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, obituary, age 22, buried at Mount Pleasant Cemetery [funeral report, 12/04/1941]

  • Butler, Christy, 4 Summer Street, Limerick Leader 20/12/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Butler, John, Rev. Fr., San Francisco, Limerick Leader 01/12/1941, news report, Pastor at St. Agnes Church, San Francisco, native of Shronewell

  • Byrne, Maureen, 3 Courtbrack Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 11/06/1941, death notice, wife of Cornelius Byrne, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary, 21/06/1941; acknowledgement notice, 28/06/1941]

  • Hanoria Cagney, Grove House, Morenane, Limerick Leader 08/09/1941, news report, age 87, widow of William Cagney, buried at family ground in Boherard

  • Cahill, John, Kildimo, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, obituary, Nationalist, member of Rathkeale board of Guardians and District Council, buried at Mellon [death notice, 18/01/1941; funeral report, 25/01/1941; acknowledgement notice, 25/01/1941]

  • Cahill, E., Rev., Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin, Limerick Leader 16/07/1941, news report, priest with the Jesuit Order, born in Callow, Askeaton

  • Campbell, Mary, 'San Antonia', South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 11/08/1941, death notice, relict of James Campbell, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 16/08/1941]

  • Campion, Thomas, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 17/11/1941, news report, prominent figure of the business life

  • Canning, Cathleen, 17 McDonagh Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Carew, J., Rev. Brother, Cashel, Limerick Leader 29/12/1941, news report, served in Charleville for several years

  • Carey, Patrick, Stylepark, Bruree, Limerick Leader 26/07/1941, death notice, age 18, buried at a family ground in Bruree

  • Carr, M. (Mrs.), Slievenagark, Ardagh, Ballina, Co. Mayo, Limerick Leader 05/07/1941, obituary, relict of Patrick Carr, ex-head Constable R. I. C., mother of Garda Michael Carr, Limerick, buried at the local cemetery

  • Carter, Patrick, 1 Roxboro Villas, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, obituary, an orderly of St. Michael's division of the Redemptorist Church, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice, 25/01/1941]

  • Champion, Margaret, 61 Wolfe Tone Street, Limerick Leader 22/02/1941, death notice, relict of Matthew Champion, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Clampett, John (317 Kb) , Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 18/10/1941, acknowledgement

  • Clancy Johanna, Boherbuoy, Clonlara, Limerick Leader 03/12/1941, obituary, proprietress of Park Bar, Boherbuoy, buried at family ground in Bridgetown [acknowledgement notice, 13/12/1941]

  • Clancy, John, 19 High Street, Limerick Leader 14/07/1941, death notice, late sergeant R. I. C., buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 19/07/1941]

  • Cleary, John, Main Street, Ballylanders, Limerick Leader 22/09/1941, obituary, son of John Cleary, secretary of the local football club and a leader in the L.D.F., buried at Ballylanders Cemetery

  • Cleere, Edmond, Knockainey Road, Hospital, Limerick Leader 23/04/1941, news report, postman, his car was struck by a motor car, remains taken to Kilkenny [acknowledgement notice, 24/05/1941]

  • Clifford, John, Cappanihane, Limerick Leader 21/05/1941, news report, farmer, age 70

  • Cochrane, J. T., Willowfield Police Barracks, Belfast, Limerick Leader 15/01/1941, news report, found shot in his room, native of Limerick, Sergeant R.U.C.

  • Cochrane, James, Barracks, Foynes, Limerick Leader 11/06/1941, news report, member of the R.I.C., buried at family ground in Robertstown

  • Coffey, Denis, Glenview, Farranshone, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Coghlan, James, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Collins, Jack, The Avenue, Adare, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, obituary, son of Patrick Collins, buried at family ground in Adare [acknowledgement notice, 26/04/1941]

  • Collins, James, Abbeyfeale East, Limerick Leader 29/12/1941, inquest report, age 20, shot dead while reading a newspaper in his father's kitchen, son of Denis Collins, buried at the local Cemetery [further report, 31/12/1941] See further reports in 1942 listings.

  • Collins, M. (Mrs.), 19 Catherine Street, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, obituary, widow of Michael Collins, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Collins, Patrick, 22 Upper William Street, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Collins, Tim, Church Street, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 16/07/1941, news report, buried at the local cemetery

  • Connery, Maurice, Spring Lodge, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 17/11/1941, news report, for years member of the L. C. C., late farmer, buried at Darragh Cemetery [obituary/funeral report, 22/11/1941]

  • Connolly, Daniel, Brooklyn, New York, Limerick Leader 03/12/1941, news report, retired police lieutenant assisted fireman in the rescue of guests at the Hotel Windsor, Fifth Avenue in 1899, age 74, native of Glin

  • Connolly, Nellie, 16 Catherine Street, Limerick Leader 20/10/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 25/10/1941]

  • Conroy, Mary, Myrtie Grove, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, death notice, widow of Joseph Conroy, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Cooney, William, 6A Taylor's Row, Limerick Leader 20/12/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Costello, Peggy, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 25/10/1941, acknowledgement

  • Cotter, Nora, Kilconlea, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, funeral report, age 83, relict of William Cotter, buried at family ground in the Old Abbey Cemetery

  • Courtney, female (Mrs. Cornelius), Knocknaboola, Loughill, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, obituary, age 57, wife of Cornelius Courtney, buried at family ground in Knockpatrick

  • Creagh, Bridget, Lisnagry, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, death notice, wife of Joseph Creagh, funeral took place from Castleconnell

  • Cregan, Mary Bernardine, Sister, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 10/11/1941, obituary, sister at the Convent of Mercy, age 79, daughter of Michael Cregan, buried at the Cemetery attached to St. Mary's Convent

  • Cregan, Thomas, Bank Place, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report, buried at New Cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Cremen, Mary, Ballyfookeen, Bruree, Limerick Leader 13/09/1941, obituary, buried at Shannavogha Cemetery

  • Cross, John, New Road, Singland, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, funeral report, son of Michael Cross, involved in business, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 19/04/1941]

  • Crowe, Emily, 25 Sarsfield Street, Limerick Leader 05/05/1941, death notice, in the Board of Guardians of Limerick Corporation, remains removed to St. Michael's Church [report, 07/05/1941]

  • Crowley, female (Mrs. Michael), Meenahely, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, news report, age 39, wife of Michael Crowley, buried at Abbey Cemetery

  • Cunneen, Martha, Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/01/1941, death notice, nurse in City Home and Hospital, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Curtin, Mary Agnes, Sister, Rockchapel, Cork, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, funeral report, 56 years nun in the Convent of Mercy, Abbeyfeale, age 76, buried at Convent's Cemetery

  • Cussen, Joseph, 2 Dominick Street, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Cussen, Mary Bridget, Sister, Newport, Limerick Leader 31/05/1941, news report, native of Askeaton, sister at the Convent of Mercy, Newport, buried at the cemetery adjoining Doon Convent Chapel

  • Cuthbush, Eva, 1 Jessamine Villas, Limerick Leader 19/07/1941, O'Connell Avenue death notice, wife of Walter Cuthbush, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Daly, Jeremiah, St. Rita's, Canal Bank, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, inquest report, discovered floating in the Grand Canal, member of the I. R. A. movement, native of Kerry

  • Daly, Margaret, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 24/03/1941, death notice, Court Keeper, City Courthouse, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 29/03/1941]

  • Danaher, Michael, Corgrigg, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, Foynes news report, veteran of Great War, buried at Knockpatrick Cemetery

  • Danaher, female (Mrs. Michael) (402 Kb)  , Athea, Limerick Leader 07/05/1941, news report, relict of John Danaher

  • Delany, Eileen, England, Limerick Leader 26/07/1941, née O'Brien, news report, killed in an air raid on a North-East port in England, native of Limerick

  • Delee, Bridget, Kilmeedy, Limerick Leader 05/02/1941, news report, age 97, buried at Kilmeedy Cemetery

  • Dillon, Gerry, Limerick, Limerick Leader 23/08/1941, aged 7, son of Gerard Dillon, hit by a bus at Kilkee [acknowledgement notice, 30/08/1941]

  • Dineen, John, Drombeg, Athlacca, Limerick Leader 04/06/1941 news report, age 17, drowned in Morning Star River

  • Donoghue, James, Drumlish, Glin, Limerick Leader 02/07/1941, news report, father-in-law of Patrick McCarthy, principal at boys'  school, Athea and father of Mrs. McCarthy, principal of girls' school

  • Downing, James, 19 Upper Cecil Street, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, acknowledgement

  •  Drake, William, 5 Weston Gardens, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 05/11/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 15/11/1941] (acknowledgement 15/11/1941) (468 Kb) 

  • Dudgeon, W. J., Salthill, Galway, Limerick Leader 17/09/1941, news report, age 58, late of Messrs. Ranks, native of Limerick

  • Dunne, Thomas, Very Rev. Canon, Galbally, Limerick Leader 08/11/1941, news report, Parish Priest of Galbally, well known in Limerick

  • Egan, male & female, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, news report, died from influenza, brother and sister who died within a couple of hours of each other

  • Egan, Patrick, Main Street, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, sympathy vote, manager of McDonnell's hardware, buried at New Cemetery, Rathkeale [obituary, 25/01/1941]

  • Egleston, Mary, Lionmount, O'Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 15/01/1941, death notice, widow of George Egleston, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Feehan, Ellie, formerly of Pike Street, Dromcollogher Limerick Leader 22/12/1941, Dromcollogher news report

  • Feehan, M. (Miss), Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 07/05/1941, news report, buried in Ballinakill

  • Fenton, Larry, Cappananty, Limerick Leader 31/12/1941, buried at Bruree Cemetery

  • Finn, Sean (459 Kb) , Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 05/04/1941, news report, Commandant of West Limerick Brigade of the I. R. A. killed in action against the British Crown Forces at Ballyhahill

  • Fitt, Charles H., Corbally, Limerick Leader 26/11/1941, aged 88, news report, Sub-Sheriff and assistant at the Crown and Peace office, involved in charity

  • Fitzgerald, Maurice, Dromard, Limerick Leader 06/10/1941, news report, , respected figure, fell ill while doing business in Rathkeale, buried at the local cemetery

  • Fitzgerald, Bridget, Clonoughter, Glin, Limerick Leader 02/07/1941, news report, buried at Kilfergus Cemetery [obituary, 02/07/1941; funeral report, 05/07/1941]

  • Fitzgerald, Jack, 5 Keyes Row, Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 24/05/1941, acknowledgement, brother of May Fitzgerald, double bereavement

  • Fitzgerald, Jackie, Springfort, Limerick Leader 16/08/1941, Patrickswell, acknowledgement

  • Fitzgerald, James, Ballyea, Fedamore, Limerick Leader 22/03/1941, inquest report, accidental discharge of a gun in his own farm, age 53(acknowledgement 05/04/1941) (430 Kb)

  • Fitzgerald, John (626 Kb) , Ballyneety, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, acknowledgement, age 81

  • Fitzgerald, John, Ballyculhane, Limerick Leader 11/08/1941, news report, age 42, driver with the E. S. B., fell off the boat into the river and drowned

  • Fitzgerald, Kate, 7 Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 12/01/1941,  death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Fitzgerald, Mary, Shrulawn, Foynes, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, obituary, age 80, buried at family ground in Knockpatrick

  • Fitzgerald, May (445 Kb) , Fitzgerald, May, 5 Keyes row, Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 24/05/1941, acknowledgement, sister of Jack Fitzgerald, double bereavement

  • Fitzgerald-Dore, John, Ballysteen House, Kilcolman, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, news report, died at his brother's premises, bank official, son of Michael J. Dore, buried at the Parish Church grounds, Glin

  • Fitzgibbon, John, Ballymac, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, news report, athlete, buried at Kilquane Cemetery

  • Fitzgibbon, Mary Anne,  South Quay, Limerick Leader 22/12/1941, news report, lived in a shop, found in bed with an injured hip, died sometime later, buried at the parish church in Monegae

  • Fitzgibbon, Mr., Knockane, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report, age 26, son of James Fitzgibbon, buried at Castlemahon cemetery

  • Fitzgibbon, Patrick, 23 Morehampton Terrace, Donny-brook, Limerick Leader 22/12/1941, death notice, son of John Fitzgibbon, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Fitzgibbon, Margaret, Knockaney, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, death notice, sister of John Guerin, buried in the Cemetery of the Servite Fathers, Begbroke, Oxford

  • Fitzpatrick, John, Ballyclough, Limerick Leader 21/04/1941,  death notice, died in a nursing home in Cork, late manager of the Milford Co-operative Creamery, Cork, buried at Mount St. Lawrence(news report 28/04/1941) (470 Kb)

  • Fitzsimons, James, Foynes, Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, obituary, farmer, nationalist, buried at family ground in Knockpatrick [funeral report 12/04/1941]

  • Flaherty, Kit, Upper Athea, Limerick Leader 30/04/1941 news report, daughter of William Flaherty, age 26

  • Flannery, Daniel, 41 Island Road, Limerick Leader 23/08/1941, death notice, funeral starting from St. Mary's Church

  • Flannery, Mrs., Abbington, Limerick Leader 12/07/1941 news report, wife of John Flannery, fell of her bicycle at Murroe Wood

  • Fogarty, M., Herbertstown, Limerick Leader 27/10/1941, news report, relict of Malachy Fogerty, buried at Hospital Cemetery

  • Foley, Margaret, Clounanna, Patrickswell, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, funeral report, relict of Michael Foley, buried at a family ground in Clounanna

  • Frawley, John, 2 Roxtown Terrace, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Smith, Kate, Church View Cottage, Ballylanders, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, news report, killed in an air raid at Abington Road, Perrycommon, Birmingham, native of Limerick

  • Frost, George,  Portdrine, Cratloe, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, funeral report, farmer, age 80, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Frost, Margaret, Punchbowl, Meelick, Limerick Leader 10/11/1941, death notice, wife of John Frost, buried at a family ground in Meelick (obituary 15/11/1941) (390 Kb)

  • Frost, Rose, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 09/08/1941, news report, wife of Solomon Frost, Sanitary inspector under Lim. Corp.

  • Frost, William, 4 Ellen Street, Limerick Leader 24/02/1941, death notice, buried at family ground in Punchbowel, Meelick, Co. Clare

  • Gaffney, Michael, Gorialassa, Feenagh, Limerick Leader 20/08/1941, news report, buried at Kilmeedy Cemetery

  • Ganey, John, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 27/12/1941, news report, angler, buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Abbeyfeale, age 63

  • Geary, Michael, Ballinruan, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, Kilmeedy news report, buried at family ground in Castletown

  • Geoghegan, Joseph, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 24/11/1941, news report, lived with his daughter, previously in Adare

  • Geoghan, Nora, Main Street, Hospital, Limerick Leader 08/01/1941, obituary, wife of James Geoghegan, buried at Hospital cemetery

  • Gillespie, Patrick, Mount Catherine House, Clonlara, Limerick Leader 22/03/1941, obituary, died at his son-in law house, late of British Customs and Excise, funeral took place in Clonlara

  • Gilligan, Patrick, 13 Carey's Road, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, death notice, painting contractor, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 19/04/1941] 

  • Gleeson, Aloysius, Clondrina, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 10/05/1941,  funeral report, sister at the Presentation Order in Limerick for 60 years, buried at the Convent grounds

  • Gleeson, Mary, 56 Keane Street, Kilallee, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Gleeson, Mary, 8 Mount Vincent Place, O'Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 03/09/1941 death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Gleeson, Matthew, 52 O'Connell Street and 'Rock Spring', Limerick Leader 05/03/1941, death notice, son of James Gleeson, age 26, died from a cerebral haemorrhage, buried at Mount St. Lawrence(inquest report 05/03/1941) (482 Kb)

  • Gleeson, Patrick, 11 Windmill Street, Limerick Leader 12/07/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Gleeson, Rev. Edmund, Hospital, Limerick Leader 01/12/1941, news report, priest at the De La Salle Brothers order, native of Drangan, Co. Tipperary

  • Glynn, Charles, Kilrush, Limerick Leader 17/09/1941, news report, mill and ship owner, business connections in Glin

  • Goodbody Gerald, Woodsdown, Lisnagry, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, sympathy note, member of the Harbour Board, industrialist, in the milling business of J. Bannatyne and J. N. Russell and Sons mills (obituary 10/02/1941) (454 Kb)

  • Goodbody, Michael, Woodsdown, Limerick Leader 01/10/1941, news report, died at Greenock, Scotland, son of Gerald Goodbody, solicitor [sympathy note 04/10/1941]

  • Goodwin, George, 4 Brook-ville Terrace, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, funeral report, late manager of Messrs. Suttons, Ltd., buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Goulding, Frank, London, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, death notice, son of William Goulding, originated from Sixmile- bridge, lived in London

  • Greed, John, Ballynacally, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 26/03/1941, news report, Parish Priest of Ballynacally, late curate of Clonlara

  • Griffey, John, Roseville, Roxboro Road, Limerick Leader 08/09/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Griffin, David, 38 Wolfe Tone Street, Limerick Leader 24/09/1941, death notice, ex-Sergeant of the Royal Irish Constabulary, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Grffin, Mrs., Kilnockan, Adare, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, funeral report, wife of John Griffin, buried at Croagh Cemetery

  • Griffin, Timothy, Limerick Leader 15/10/1941, Ballyculhane, Glin news report

  • Gubbins, William, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, Lismullane, Caherconlish death notice, age 91, buried in Abington

  • Halpin, Edward, Dublin, Limerick Leader 03/11/1941, news report, connected with the commercial life of Limerick for many years, son of J. J. Halpin, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Halvey, Gilbert, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Hanley, Edward, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 17/12/1941, obituary, merchant business at Old Pallas, buried at family ground in Kilteely

  • Hanley, John, Creeves Cross, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Hanna, Rita, 4 Foley's Cottages, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, funeral report, daughter of James Hanna, ex-Sergeant, R. I. C., buried in Parteen

  • , Coolderra, Kilmore, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Hanrahan, Thomas,  Wolfe Tone Street, Limerick Leader  24/11/1941, news report, knocked down by a military motor cyclist, retired from the Harbor Board, buried at Mount St. Lawrence (inquest report 20/12/1941) (590 Kb)

  • Harnett, John, Kilconlea, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, news report, age 53, died after falling off a bicycle

  • Hartnett, Mary Magdalen, Abeyfeale, Limerick Leader 16/04/1941, news report, nun, died in Blomfontain, South Africa, engaged in religious work there since the start of the Boer war

  • Harvey, Michael, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 29/12/1941, news report, native of Limerick, killed in an air raid in a North- West English town

  • Hassett Annie, New York, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, death notice, lived in N.Y., widow of Michael Hassett, originated from Thomondgate, Limerick

  • Hegarty, Eileen, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 12/07/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence(acknowledgement 02/08/1941) (441 Kb)

  • Hennessy Rev. Joseph, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 03/05/1941, news report, priest and patriot, late of the Augustinian Church, Limerick, buried at the ground of the Arch- Confraternity

  • Herlihy, David, Ballintubber, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 05/05/1941, news report, member of a journalists family, age 70, has acted as Judge of the Sinn Fein Courts and former peace commissioner, buried at Killeedy Cemetery

  • Hickey, Ciss, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 02/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Hickey, Cornelius, 118 Oliver Plunkett Street, Limerick Leader 09/06/1941, inquest report, drowned at the Metal Bridge, Shannon river, fell out of a boat

  • Hickey, Mrs., Ardshanbally, Adare, Limerick Leader 07/04/1941, news report, age 31, died in Hospital

  • Hickey, Mrs. Herbertstown, Limerick Leader 11/08/1941, news report, country-woman, wife of William Hickey

  • Hickey, Thomas, 10 Crescent Avenue, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Hickey, William, 86 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 05/02/1941, death notice, age 15, son of Joseph Hickey, buried at Mount St. Lawrence(acknowledgement 22/02/1941) (488 Kb)

  • Hishon, John, 69 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, death notice, buried at Crecora Cemetery

  • Hishon, Mary, Fernhill, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader 28/07/1941, death notice, relict of John Hishon, buried at Knockpatrick Cemetery [obituary 06/08/1941](acknowledgement 09/08/1941) (614 Kb)

  • Hoare, Thomas Rosbrien Road, Limerick Leader 06/10/1941, death notice, buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Hobbs, William, 42 Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Leader 03/05/1941, death notice, former employee of the Condensed Milk Company buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 03/05/1941] 

  • Hogan, James, Galbally, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 07/05/1941, inquest report, age 35, injured by a car, died from a cardiac failure

  • Hogan, Michael, Ballingarry, Limerick Leader 20/08/1941, sympathy note

  • Hogan, Peter, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 04/06/1941 news report; killed in air raid in a North-West English town

  • Hogan, Thomas, Clashmore, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; brother of John Hogan; buried at the local cemetery

  • Hough, Ellen, Monagea, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, obituary; age 77; relict of William Hough; buried at Ardagh cemetery

  • Hough, Ellen, Mount Pleasant Avenue, Limerick Leader 26/07/1941, obituary; age 87; involved with the National Movement; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Irwin, Mrs., 44 Roche's Street, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, wife of Edward Irwin; acknowledgement notice 

  • Johnson, Alec., Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 21/04/1941, news report; member of the Johnson family of Castlematrix who owned a mill

  • Jones, Catherine, 19 Bowman Street, Limerick Leader 21/05/1941, death notice; relict of Michael Jones; Castle View Hotel, Castleconnell; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Joyce, Annie, Dublin, Limerick Leader 12/01/1941, obituary; died at her daughter premises; relict of Michael Joyce; ex-M. P. for Limerick; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Judge, John, 15 Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, death notice; ex-Sergeant R.I.C.; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 18/01/1941]

  • Keane, Catherine, Sheares Street, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, funeral report; widow of John Keane; family involved with the Independence Movement; buried in Kilmallock

  • Keane, Terance, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader  02/08/1941,  news report; age 19; buried with military honors; son of John Keane; buried at Castleconnell cemetery

  • Keating, Elizabeth, Gurrane, Croom, Limerick Leader 25/10/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Kelly, Aileen, 4 Violet Villas, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, news report; resided and died with her uncle Brennan, Michael

  • Kelly, Catherine, Main Street, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, news report; mother of Rev. Father Vincent Kelly; Parish Priest, Wellington

  • Kelly, John, Ballinamona, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, funeral report; farmer; buried at family ground in Emly

  • Kelly, Patrick, Sugarhill, Templeglantine, Limerick Leader 06/09/1941, news report; age 19; drowned in Ballybunion; two more people with him were rescued [acknowledgement notice 13/09/1941]

  • Kelly, Timothy, Caerwent, Mon., England, Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, death notice; husband of Mary Kelly; originated from Limerick; buried at Chepstow cemetery

  • Kenneally, John, Clare View House, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, death notice; ex employee of Customs and Excise; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Kennedy, Brigid, 122 Carey's Road, Limerick Leader 01/11/1941, news report; knocked down by a lorry

  • Kennedy, Elizabeth, Curragh Bridge, Adare, Limerick Leader 19/05/1941, news report; age 15; daughter of Thomas Kennedy

  • Kennedy, Mary, Danganbeg House, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Kennedy, Patrick, Tinnateraiffe, Cappamore, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, death notice; buried at Caherconlish cemetery

  • Kennelly, Jermiah, Dernish Avenue, Foynes, Limerick Leader 20/09/1941, news report; native of Kilcoleman; worked for Chicago Police Force; buried at Kilscannell cemetery

  • Kennelly, John, Clare View House, O'Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Kenny, Agnes, 68 High Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 19/07/1941, death notice; nee McGrath, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 26/07/1941]

  • Kenny, Briget, Riverview, Dublin, Limerick Leader 06/12/1941, obituary; age 70; wife of Charles Kenny; native of Templeglantine; buried at Kileedy, beside St. Ita's Shrine

  • Keyes, Moira, Ballyneety Road, Limerick Leader 19/02/1941, news report and death notice; employed as a saleslady at Wm. Todd & Co.; member of Rahtbane Tennis and Constitution Kockey Clubs; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • King Michael, The Strand, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Kirby, Mrs., Emly Road, Limerick Leader 01/12/1941, news report; native of Croom; wife of Jim Kirby; buried at Croom cemetery

  • Lane, Johanna, Quinpool, Parteen, Limerick Leader 24/05/1941, acknowledgement; relict of Patrick Lane; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Lane, Patrick, Rivers, Annacotty, Limerick Leader 27/12/1941, obituary; farmer; buried at family ground in Gillogue

  • Langford, Hannah, Pike Street, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, news report; buried in Tullylease

  • Leahy, Maria, Avondale, Mallow, Limerick Leader 15/12/1941, news report; struck by a motor car; native of Limerick; auctioneer

  • Leahy, Patrick, Knockeravella, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, funeral report; buried at Emly cemetery

  • Lee, Annie, 9 Downey Street, Killalee, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, obituary; heart seizure; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Lenihan, Catherine, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 24/05/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Leniston, Johanna, 13 Wolf Tone Street, Limerick Leader 20/09/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 27/09/1941]

  • Leonard, Michael, 64 Clare Street, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Leonard, Michael, Lisanisky, Knockaderry, Limerick Leader 19/05/1941, news report; late Chairman of the Castlemahon Co-operative Society; buried at Kilcoleman cemetery

  • Lloyd, Thomas, Adare, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, news report; member of an old and respected family

  • Lonergan, M.,  Herbertstown, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, news report; buried at Ballinard Cemetery

  • Lynch, Christopher, 7 Island View Terrace, Limerick Leader 06/09/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Lynch, John, Island View Terrace, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Lynch, John, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 19/07/1941, news repory; last employed by Messrs. Hickey drapers, Dublin; buried at a family ground in Beigh

  • Lynch, P. (498 Kb)Ballydoole, Killdimo, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Lynch, Timothy, Caherconlish, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, brother of Michael Lynch; buried at family ground in Caherconlish [obituary 15/02/1941]

  • Lyons, John, Effin, Limerick Leader 15/10/1941, news report; farmer; took part of the land war against Clifford Lloyd's campaign of repression; buried at Effin cemetery [obituary 20/10/1941] 

  • MacAuliffe, Bridget, Knockbrack, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, funeral report; age 57; buried at the old Abbey cemetery

  • MacInerney, John, Long Island, NY, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, death notice; originated from 9 & 10 Lock Key, Limerick; buried in Bayshore

  • Mackessy, Mary, Knockaderry, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, news report; wife of James Mackessy; buried at Churchtown cemetery

  • MacKey, Brigid, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, funeral report; mother of "Tyler" Mackey and wife of Michael Mackey; both involved in hurling activities; buried at Castleconnell cemetery

  • MacKey, Patrick, Coolbawn, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 22/02/1941, obituary; son of John Mackey; hurler; age 2; buried at Castleconnell cemetery [obituary 01/03/1941]

  • Madden, Annie, West Watergate, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Madden, John, Pike Street, Limerick Leader 23/04/1941, news report; business activities; buried at Newtownshandrum cemetery

  • Madden, Josephine, Drombanna, Ballyneety, Limerick Leader 20/09/1941, obituary; relict of Laurence Madden; mid-forties; found dead in bed; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Madden, Patrick W., Kilcornan, Limerick Leader 23/08/1941, obituary; Principal of Kilcornan National School; buried at family ground in Askeaton [sympathy note 20/08/1941]

  • Madeley, John, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 02/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Madigan, Catherine (480 Kb)Ballynash, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader  24/03/1941, news report; buried at family ground in Knockpatrick

  • Madigan, Mary Josephine, Ballyhea, Charleville & Imperial Hotel, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 01/12/1941, obituary; wife of James Madigan; buried at the local cemetery 

  • Madigan Norah, Shrulawn, Foynes, Limerick Leader 03/03/1941, news report; buried at Robertstown cemetery [acknowledgement notice 08/02/1941 ; funeral note 12/02/1941]

  • Madigan, Thomas, Cragmore, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Maher, Patrick, 5 St. John's Terrace, Limerick Leader 15/12/1941, news report; railway employee; slipped in the frost and one of the wagons crushed his left foot, died after amputation

  • Mahony, Mary, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 06/09/1941,  funeral report; buried at the Franciscan Abbey in Askeaton

  • Malone, Nellie, 1 O'Connell Street, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, funeral report; daughter of John Malon; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Moloney, Bridget, Rosbrien Road, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, death notice; buried at family ground in Doonass

  • Managn, Philip, Cahara, Glin, Limerick Leader 06/10/1941, news report; buried at Glin cemetery

  • Mannix, Helen, New York, Limerick Leader 29/09/1941, news report; wife of T. C. Mannix, Deerpark, Charleville; native of Toomevara

  • Martin, Annie, Ardnacrusha, Limerick Leader 24/09/1941, death notice; wife of Joseph Martin; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement 11/10/1941]

  • Martin, James, Main Street, Herbertstown, Limerick Leader 29/12/1941, news report; late cheese maker at Herbertstown Creamery; buried at the local cemetery

  • Maune, Michael, Dromindeel, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; age 82; farmer; buried at Ardagh cemetery

  • McAuliffe, William, Upper Athea, Limerick Leader 24/09/1941, news report; farmer

  • McAuliffe, John, Cork, Limerick Leader 20/10/1941, news report; commercial traveler; native of Dromcollogher

  • McCann, Michael, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader  04/06/1941, news report; killed with his wife and child in an air raid on London; brother of Sean McCann

  • McCarthy, Denis, Ballyhahill, Ballingarry, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, funeral report; buried at family ground in Springfield churchyard

  • McCarthy, M., Chapel Street, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 06/01/1941, news report; wife of Maurice McCarthy; buried at local cemetery

  • McCarthy, Michael, Ballyanna, Sherin's Cross, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, obituary; age 26; buried at family ground in Dromin; member of Group A of the L. D. F.

  • McCarthy, Nora, Caherlane, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, funeral report; age 88; relict of Timothy McCarthy; buried at the Old Abbey cemetery

  • McCarthy, Rev. Bro. Patrick, Cork news report, native of Croom, Limerick Leader 04/06/1941; priest at the Christian Brother Community of Our Lady's Mount, Cork; age 62; buried at the Brother's cemetery

  • McCormack, Mary, 1 Bishop Street, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, death notice; relict of Patrick McCormack; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • McDonnell, Kathleen, 12 Glentworth Street, Limerick Leader 13/09/1941, obituary; wife of M. McDonnell; buried at family ground in Knockaney [death notice 06/09/1941] 

  • McDonnell, Michael, Patrickswell, Limerick Leader 29/10/1941, obituary; hurler; died at advanced age

  • McEnery, Catherine, Upper Maiden Street, Newcastle, Limerick Leader 13/10/1941, news report; draper; occupied a seat on the Local Town West Council; Sinn Fei; relict of Thomas McEnery; buried at Doon cemetery

  • McEnery, James, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 29/10/1941, news report; trader; age 37; buried at the local cemetery

  • McEvoy, Patrick, 13 Crescent Avenue, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • McGarry, Mrs. Timothy, Knockeen, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • McGlone, John, Carlow, Limerick Leader  20/08/1941,  inquest report; Insurance Superintendent; his car collided with a bus; resided in Limerick for years; age 45

  • McGrath, Matthew, New York, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, news report; famous weight-thrower; age 62; native of Nenagh; policeman in New York Police

  • Mc Grath, Patrick,  Cahirnorry House, Limerick Leader 23/08/1941, obituary; father of Rev. Thomas McGrath; one of the founders of Drombanna Creamery; buried at Donoughmore Cemetery

  • McGrath, Thomas, Adare, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, obituary; age 6; secretary of Adare Hall Club; buried at Adare cemetery [acknowledgement notice 22/02/1941]

  • McInerney, Lily, 13 Mount Park, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, death notice; wife of Thomas McInerney; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • McInerney, Mary Anne, 13 Crescent Avenue, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, obituary; widow of Patrick McInerney; family involved with the I. R. A., buried at Mount St. Lawrence [funeral report 08/03/1941]

  • McInerney, Patrick, 12 Market Alley, Limerick Leader 03/05/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • McKenna, Margaret, 8 Park Vew Terrace, Limerick Leader 07/05/1941, death notice; mother of Rev. Father Dan McKenna

  • McKeogh, Eily, Carheeny, Kildimo, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • McKeogh, Mrs., Ballyvalley, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 07/04/1941, news repor; wife of James McKeogh; buried at Ballina cemetery

  • McMahon, Mary, Knockeragh, Limerick Leader 08/09/1941, news report

  • McMahon, Michael, Dunmoylan, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, funeral report; age 9;, father of Rev. Coleman McMahon; buried at Kilbrathren

  • McNamara, James, Old Clare Street, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, acknowledgement; pork butcher and member of the Arch-Confraternity of the Holy Family; buried at Mount St. Lawrence  

  • McNiece, John, Harbour View, Limerick Leader 21/06/1941, news report; son of Daniel McNiece; Secretary, Limerick Harbor Board (acknowledgement 28/06/1941)

  • McPolin, Monsignor, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, sympathy note

  • McSweeney, Michael, Ballynash, Foynes, Limerick Leader 05/04/1941, obituary; father of the proprietress of Hanratty's Hotel, Limerick; late Station Master of Tubbercurry and Listowel; buried at family ground in Knockpatrick [acknowledgement notice 19/04/1941] 

  • Meade, Bridget, Glin, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, acknowledgement; farmer; buried at Kilfergus Churchyard [funeral report 14/06/1941] 

  • Meade, Bridget, Shanballa, Kilcornan, Limerick Leader 03/12/1941, obituary; age 80; took part in the National Movement; buried at a family ground in Castletown

  • Meagher, Johanna, 4 Mount Vincent Terrace, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 09/06/1941, death notice; wife of Denis Meagher; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 14/06/1941] 

  • Meagher, John, 3 Upper William Street, Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Meagher, Rev. T.F., Buenos Aires, Limerick Leader 09/07/1941, news report; native of Birdhill; respected priest; brother of J. Meagher; Newport

  • Meany, John, Limerick Leader 25/06/1941, Raleighstown, Herbertstown, news report; aged 73; died from a paralytic stroke while playing a game of cards; buried at Rochestown Cemetery [acknowledgement notice 05/07/1941]

  • Lyons, Mechtildis, Mother M., Wexford, Limerick Leader 24/09/1941, obituary; native of Bruree; devoted to services for the sick in hospitals and nursing homes

  • Meehan, Bridget (618 Kb) , Meehan, Bridget, Knocknadrehid, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, O'Brien's Bridge; news report

  • Meehan, Michael, 1 New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 22/03/941] 

  • Meehan, Patrick, Bruree, Limerick Leader 14/07/1941, news report; retired from the Post Office

  • Meehan, David, Ahalin, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, news report; age 87; involved for years with Knockaderry Football Club

  • Meran, Michael, Toureendaniel, Athea, Limerick Leader 30/07/1941, obituary

  • Moloney, Columba, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 24/02/1941, news report; redemptorist priest; died at Mount St. Alphonsus; age 78; buried at church grounds

  • Moloney, Michael, West End, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, obituary age 96; merchant

  • Moloney, Mrs., Main Street, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 07/04/1941, news report; buried at Ballina cemetery

  • Moore, Henry, 32 Rathmines Park, Dublin, Limerick Leader 29/10/1941, news report; native of Limerick; late Manager of National Bank LTD; age 65

  • Moore, J., 17 Denmark Street, Limerick Leader 23/08/1941, death notice; Sergeant; victim of an aircraft accident in England

  • Moran, Mary, 43 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Moran, Patrick Joseph, Ardineer, Foynes, Limerick Leader,  funeral report; father of Rev. Joseph Moran; buried at family ground in Kilmoylan

  • Morgan, J., Ballyguiltenane, Limerick Leader 15/09/1941, news report

  • Moriarty, Susan, Croom, Limerick Leader 20/12/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Morrison, A., 20 New Road, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, Thomondgate, acknowledgement notice

  • Morrison, Frances, 28 Wickham Street, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, acknowledgement; late employee of Limerick Clothing Factory

  • Moynihan, Jermiah, Waterford, Limerick Leader 01/12/1941, obituary; Preventive Officer of Customs, native of Limerick; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Mulcahy, Margaret, Ballinatubber, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 06/01/1941, news report; wife of Daniel Mulcahy; mother of Rev. Jeremiah Mulcahy; buried at Killeedy cemetery

  • Mullane, Michael, Broadmeadow, Maitland, Australia, Limerick Leader 20/12/1941, news report; age 80; native of Limerick; police officer

  • Murphy, Kate, Knockainey Road, Hospital, Limerick Leader 08/01/1941, obituary; buried at Hospital cemetery

  • Murphy, M. (Sister), Nazareth House, Mallow, Limerick Leader 30/07/1941, news report; native of Ballyagran; sister of Rev. John Murphy

  • Murphy, Michael, Ballaugh, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 18/10/1941, obituary; age 69; rate collector for many years; buried at St. Mary's cemetery

  • Murray, Bruce, Portland, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 28/04/1941, news report; age 86; late director of Messrs. Wm. Todd & Co.; one of the founders of the Limerick Boat Club

  • Naughton, David, Ballysteen, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 10/09/1941, sympathy note; former County Councillor of Limerick and a member of the Board of Guardians; Rathkeale [news report 13/09/1941; acknowledgement notice 20/09/1941] 

  • Neilan, Annie, Prospect, Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Neville, James, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 05/07/1941, death notice; father of Rev. J. Neville C. S. Sp.; buried at Rathkeale cemetery (funeral report 12/07/1941)

  • Neville, John, Shountrade, Adare, Limerick Leader 07/04/1941, news report; son of T. Neville; resided in London for 16 years

  • Neville, Josephine, Adare, Limerick Leader 05/07/1941, death notice; age 22; daughter of James Neville; buried at Adare cemetery [news report 07/07/1941]

  • Neville, Michael (476 Kb) , Neville, Michael, Kiltannan, Croagh, Limerick Leader 22/11/1941, news report; member of the Old I. R. A. and the Rathkeale Rural District Council; buried at a family ground in Adare

  • Nicholas, William, Ballyvarra, Limerick Leader 25/06/1941, death notice; buried at Kilmurry cemetery

  • Nolan, William, 'Mentana', Laurel Hill Avenue, Limerick Leader 24/03/1941, obituary; age 85; elected member of the Corporation; former Mayor; buried at Mount St. Lawrence 

  • Noonan, Columba, (Sister), Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, funeral report; mistress of Novices; age 59; buried at Abbeyfeale cemetery

  • Noonan, John, Bama, Galbally, Limerick Leader 21/05/1941, news report; died on the road while attending a funeral; buried at Galbally cemetery

  • Normile, John, Killeany, Glin, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, news report; brother of Patrick McGrath; buried at Kilfergus churchyard, Glin

  • Normile, William, Ardagh, Glin, Limerick Leader 21/05/1941 news report; son of P. Normille; Land League, Glin, assistant secretary

  • Nunan, Brigit, 53 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • O'Brien, Hannah, Broadford, Limerick Leader 10/03/1941, news report; died at her daughter's premises; well respected lady

  • O'Brien, James, Mungret Street, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • O'Brien, Daniel, Coolreedy, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, funeral report; member of the old I. R. B. movement; buried at family burial ground in Castleconnell

  • O'Brien, E., Limerick,?,  Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, news report; late teacher of Clash National School

  • O'Brien, Josephine, Ballingarry, Limerick Leader 03/09/1941, news report; daughter of the late Head Constable William Styles, R. I. C.

  • O'Brien, Kathleen, Drewscourt, Limerick Leader  20/01/1941, obituary; teacher; resided in England, buried at Shandrum cemetery

  • O'Brien, Patrick, 68 Wolfe Tone Street, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, acknowledgement; craftsman; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [funeral report 11/01/1941]

  • O'Brien, Sarah, Glenogra House, Fedamore, Limerick Leader 06/09/1941, funeral report; relict of Edmund O'Brien; buried at family ground in Crecora

  • O'Brien, Teresa, 6 Cashel's Range, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, obituary; wife of John O'Brien; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Callaghan, D., Newtownshandrum, Limerick Leader 05/11/1941, sympathy note

  • O'Callaghan, Daniel, The Square, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, funeral report; highly respected teacher; buried at family ground in Springfield

  • O'Carroll, Margaret, Limerick Leader 17/11/1941, Lisnagry news report; accident at railway level crossing; employed as a gate keeper at the G. S. R. [compensation case 22/07/1942]

  • O'Carroll, Patrick, Castlefarm, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, news report; farmer; buried at the local cemetery

  • O'Carroll, Thomas, 26 William Street, Limerick Leader  23/04/1941, death notice; age 14; son of Ailbe O'Carroll; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 03/05/1941] 

  • O'Connell, David, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader  05/02/1941, obituary; proprietor of Doherty's Hotel, Kilfinane; buried at Ballingaddy cemetery

  • O'Connell, Michael Joseph, Limerick Leader 24/05/1941, 120 Bradbury Road, Olton, death notice; son of Jonn O'Connell from Limerick; buried at Birmingham Olton cemetery [acknowledgement notice 31/05/1941]

  • O'Connell, Tim, Castleishon, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, news report; died after operation; buried at Clonfert cemetery

  • O'Connor, James, Ballyfookeen, Bruree, Limerick Leader 31/12/1941, news report; buried at Castletownconyers

  • O'Connor, M., Lower Maiden Street, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, obituary; wife of Maurice O'Connor

  • O'Connor, Mary, South Keale, Athea, Limerick Leader 07/05/1941, obituary; age 74

  • O'Connor, Norah, Skyle Park, Bruree, Limerick Leader 16/04/1941, obituary

  • O'Connor, Norah, 4 Lower Mallow Street, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, death notice, funeral from St. Michael's Church to Newastlewest

  • O'Connor, Patrick, Corgrigg, Foynes, Limerick Leader 04/10/1941, funeral report; buried at family ground in Knockpatrick

  • O'Connor, Thomas, Nutgrove, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader 04/10/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • O'Connor William, Tarhert, Limerick Leader 27/08/1941, news report; farmer; age 65; member of Sinn Fein movement; buried at the local cemetery

  • O'Donnell, Brian, William Street, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, news report; ex-mayor of Limerick; age 93; chairman of Limerick Race Company; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Donnell, Briget, Australia, Limerick Leader 08/10/1941, news report; daughter of Constable Doody; member of the Land League, Glin

  • O'Donnell, Joe, Main Street, Charleville, Limerick Leader 03/11/1941, obituary; a well known stage figure; buried at Holy Cross cemetery

  • O'Donnell, K., Ashboro, Ballyngarry, Limerick Leader, obituary; buried at Ballingarry cemetery

  • O'Donnell, Simon, The Hill, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 09/04/1941, news report; member of an old stock

  • O'Donoghue, Con., Ardnoola, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 26/05/1941, news report; worked for a hardware firm

  • O'Donoghue, James, Lower Cork Street, Mitchelstown, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941,  funeral report; on of the founders of the local GAA branch, buried at Mitchelstown cemetery

  • O'Donoghue, James, Drumlisk, Glin, Limerick Leader 05/07/1941 funeral report; farmer; buried at Glin cemetery

  • O'Dowd, John, 7 McNamara Terrace, Limerick Leader 22/02/1941, death notice; age 70; father of Rev. P. O'Dowd, pastor of St. Alphonsus church (L.A.); buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 02/04/1941]

  • O'Dwyer, Catherine, Church Street, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 19/07/1941, news report; age 90; native of Brensha; buried at a family ground in the Old Churchyard, Tipperary

  • O'Dwyer, Edward, Garrison, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, news report; buried at family ground in Doon

  • O'Dwyer, Jane, 23 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 12/03/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Dwyer, Patrick, 8 Davis Street, Limerick Leader 03/03/1941, death notice; guard in G. S. Rlys; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Dwyer, Patrick, 26 John Street, Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • O'Farrell, John J., Father, O'Farrell, John J., Father, Cape May, New Jersey, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, death notice; native of Limerick; late rector of Collingswood, N. J.; son of late James & Amelia O'Farrell

  • O'Flanagan, Patrick, 10 Cross Roads, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 06/12/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 20/12/1941]

  • O'Flynn, Anna, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 27/10/1941, news report; age 8; daughter of the proprietor of the Woolen Mills; injured in some machinery in the mills [inquest report 29/10/1941]

  • O'Gorman, Rev., Jermiah (Canon), Dublin, Limerick Leader 08/10/1941, news report; priest with the Augustinian Order on a Limerick visit; distinguished career; remains were transferred to Dublin with the Order; buried at Glasnevin cemetery

  • O'Gorman, Rev., Jermiah (Canon), Kilmeedy, Limerick Leader  27/01/1941, obituary; parish priest of Kilmeedy; buried at the Parochial residence, St. Ita's

  • O'Grady, C., Glin, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, news report; age 93; mother of Thomas O'Grady

  • O'Grady, Dan, Bridge Street, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, funeral report; shopkeeper; age 72; member of Land League Band; buried at St. Mary's cemetery

  • O'Grady, Dan (285 Kb) , O'Grady, Dan, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 13/08/1941,  news report; business man; father of Rev. M. O'Grady

  • O'Grady, John, Main Street, Limerick Leader 16/08/1941 obituary; Diamond Jubilarian of the Newscastle West; buried at St.Mary cemetery, Rathkeale

  • O'Grady, Marie, Hotel Desmond, Catherine Street, Limerick Leader 30/08/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • O'Halloran, Mary, Clare Street, Limerick Leader  24/05/1941, death notice; sister of Thomas O'Halloran; of St. Philomena's, South Circular Road, Limerick; buried at Mount St. Mary Lawrence

  • O'Keane, Rev. Edmond, Golden, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 17/11/1941, news report; Priest in Emly and Cashel; native of Knockaney; age 87; served in Newport, Cappawhite; Parish Priest of Golden [death notice 08/12/1941; funeral report 29/12/1941] 

  • O'Keeffe, Catherine, Caherconlish, Limerick Leader 16/08/1941, death notice; relict of Owen O'Keeffe; member of the district staff of the L. D. F. and the Old I. R. A.; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Kelly, A., Gardenfield, Limerick Leader 12/02/1941, news report; buried at Dromcollogher cemetery

  • O'Leary, Arthur, Rathbane, Limerick Leader 22/01/1941, inquest report; age 46; engine driver employed by the G. S. R. discovered fallen on a road side [acknowledgement notice 22/02/1941]

  • O'Malley, Alphonsus, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 29/03/1941

  • O'Malley, Denis, 5043 Adams Street, Chicago, Limerick Leader 03/11/1941, obituary; age 70; member of the Police Force; native of Cappamore; buried at Mount Carmel cemetery

  • O'Malley, Johanna, Towerhill, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; age 96; nonagenarian; buried at a family ground in Doon

  • O'Malley, John, 20 South Circular Road, Dublin, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, death notice; native from Limerick; employed by Traffic Manager's Office; buried at family ground in Clonkeen, Co. Limerick

  • O'Malley, Joseph, 11 Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Leader 01/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  •  O'Neill, Annie, 1 Mount St. Vincent Cottages, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 20/12/1941]

  • O'Neill, Christopher, Adare, Limerick Leader 19/05/1941, news report; employed in Adare Manor estate; died from injuries caused by his hand being caught in a cog [acknowledgement notice 31/05/1941] 

  • O'Neill, John, 3 Killeely Villas, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 04/01/1941, death notice; late of Geary and Sons Confectioners; age 65; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 11/01/1941] 

  • O'Regan, Mary, Bruree,  Limerick Leader 31/12/1941, buried at Bruree cemetery

  • O'Regan, Thomas, Rathcannon, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, obituary; from a religious family; buried at the cemetery attached to St. John the Baptist Church, Athlacca

  • O'Regan, Rev. Thomas (Father), New South Wales, Australia, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, news report; native of Kilteely, Co. Limerick, ordained in Waterford

  • O'Riordan, James, Mount Kennett, 09/04/1941, death notice; former chairman of L. C. B., proprietor; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [news report 12/04/1941; acknowledgement notice 03/05/1941] 

  • O'Riordan, John, Laragh, Milford, Limerick Leader 31/03/1941, news report; farmer; late director of the local creamery

  •  O'Rourke, Cornelius, The Square, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 15/11/1941, funeral report; late Parish Clerk; for a time was a Chairman of the Limerick G. A. A., buried at St. Mary's cemetery

  • O'Shaughnessy, Elizabeth, 27 John Street, Limerick Leader 26/02/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O'Shaughnessy, Elizabeth, Main Street, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 05/11/1941, obituary, belonged to one of the oldest Cork families, buried at Buttevant

  • O'Shaughnessy, Ellen, Clogough, Glin, Limerick Leader 27/01/1941, news report; buried at Kilfergus cemetery

  • O'Shaughnessy, John, Adare, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, news report; buried at family ground in Adare [funeral report 07/06/1941] 

  • O'Shaughnessy, Mrs., Coolbawn Mills, Limerick Leader  01/01/1941, obituary; wife of Denis O'Shaughnessy; buried at Clonfert cemetery

  • O'Shea, Jack, Kildimo, Limerick Leader 20/09/1941, news report; hurler; buried at Kildimo cemetery [acknowledgement notice 27/09/1941]

  • O'Shea, Margaret, Upper Main Street, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, obituary; buried at the Old cemetery, Rathkeale

  • O'Sullivan, Daniel, Kiltanna, Knockaderry, Limerick Leader 03/05/1941, news report; farmer; member of old Sinn Fein Courts

  • O'Sullivan, Eileen, Ardineer, Limerick Leader 19/04/1941, funeral report; daughter of M. O'Sullivan; salesman of B. P. Co.; had just won a scholarship to the R.D.E. School, Port-umna; buried at Mount Pleasant cemetery

  • O'Sullivan, Hannie, Ballinvullen, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 01/09/1941, news report; relict of the Late Mr. C. D. O'Sullivan; buried at Ardagh cemetery

  • O'Sullivan, Thomas, Croom, Limerick Leader  25/01/1941, news report; found by postman lying death on the floor; age 50

  • O'Sullivan, Thomas, Athea, Limerick Leader 30/04/1941, news report; baker; buried at Ennistymon

  • Palmer, May, 23 Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 15/12/1941, news report; employed in the grossery department of Messrs. Looney & Co., buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Power, John, Rathkeale and Duxton, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, funeral report; farmer; buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Power, John, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, obituary; buried at Clouncagh cemetery

  • Prendergast, Cecilia, 10 Lord Edward Street, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, death notice; relict of Thomas J. Prendergast; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Prossor, Maude, Hall's Buildings, Nicholas Street, Limerick Leader 24/11/1941, death notice; buried at St. Mary's Cathedral grounds

  • Punch, Helena, 2 Killoran Terrace, Limerick Leader 02/08/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Punch, Peter, 7 Newenham Street, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, death notice; late of Cannock's & Co., buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 01/02/1941]

  • Purcell, Thomas, Hundred Acres, Caherconlish, Limerick Leader 22/11/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Purcell Rev. William, (Canon), Murroe, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 12/05/1941, news report; age 85; native of Knockarron, Emly, parish priest of Murroe

  • Purcell Very Rev., Canon William (440 Kb) , 2 Garryowen Villas, Limerick Leader 08/03/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Quilty, Mary, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, news report; teacher in St. Anne's school; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Quinn, Catherine, Castletown, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, news report; member of the Moloney family, Ballybane; buried at Castletown cemetery

  • Quinn, Elizabeth, 32 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 13/12/1941, death notice; wife of Richard Quinn; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Quinn, Maria, 6 Nicholas Street, Limerick Leader 22/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Quinn, Michael, 6 Nicholas Street, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Raleigh, Edmond, Ballybricken, Limerick Leader 08/01/1941, news report; farmer; died after influenza; buried at Knockainey cemetery [acknowlegement notice 25/01/1941] 

  • Raleigh, Teresa (Mother), Galbally, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, news report; sister at Presentation Convent; buried at the Convent's cemetery

  • Rea, Thomas, 19 Edward Street, Limerick Leader 27/08/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Reddan, Margaret, Anagore, Sixmilebridge, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, acknowledgement; relict of Daniel Reddan [news report 25/01/1941]

  • Reidy, C., Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, sympathy note; worker in the cause of Irish Freedom

  • Reidy, K. ,Lower Main Street, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 11/01/1941, funeral report; wife of John Reidy; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Reidy, Michael, The Strand, Limerick Leader 10/02/1941, news report; publican, lucrative business

  • Reynolds, Bartholomew, Racefield, Mungret, Limerick Leader 21/07/1941, death notice; farmer; his car collided with a lorry; brother of Rev. J. Reynolds; buried at family ground in Mungret [death notice 21/07/1941; acknowledgement notice 26/07/1941] 

  • Rice, Richard, London, Limerick Leader 10/05/1941, death notice; late of Curraghgower, Clancy Strand [acknowledgement notice 24/05/1941]

  • Riordan, Brigit, Hospital, Limerick Leader 13/08/1941, news report;  age 60; died from acute appendicitis; buried at Inch St. Lawrence cemetery

  • Riordan, John, Tuligg, Templeglantine, Limerick Leader 02/04/1941, news report; age 64; died from seizure while tilling his land

  • Riordan, Mary, Ballyrobin, Cullen, Limerick Leader 23/07/1941, death notice; died at her brother's premises; buried at Lattin cemetery

  • Roche, Maurice, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; died in County Hospital Croom; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Roper, Leslie Victor, Ryon Hill Cottages, Warwickshire, Limerick Leader 29/03/1941, death notice; husband of Chrissie Roper from Anne Street, Limerick; died in a motor accident

  • James, Ruddock, Corbally House, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, inquest report; age 11; drowned; son of J. J. Ruddock

  • Russell, John, Ballingoole, Limerick Leader 08/12/1941, inquest report; fell off a load of straw and broke his neck; age 60; employee of Herbertstown Parish Council [news report 22/12/1941] 

  • Russell, Maurice, Pike Street, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 29/10/1941, news report; buried at Cloncrew

  • Ryan, Brigit, Newtownbarry, Charleville, Limerick Leader 28/04/1941, news repor;, relict of Daniel Ryan

  • Ryan, Edmond, Ballyhobin, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; age 88; died at his daughter residence; well known nationalist; buried at Ballybrood cemetery

  • Ryan, Edward, Denmark Street, Limerick Leader 02/08/1941, obituary; employed for years with the 'Limerick Leader'; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Ryan, Frances, India Ville, Corbally, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, news report; widow of Timothy Ryan; former mayor of Limerick

  • Ryan, Rev. Jeremiah , Sioux City, USA, Limerick Leader 18/10/1941, obituary; Parish priest of Sioux City, USA; age 78; native of Knocklong; returned to Ireland 3 years ago; buried at Bon Secours cemetery, Tralee

  • Ryan, Johanna, Foxhall, Newport, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, news report; mother of Rev. John Ryan

  • Ryan, Michael (499 Kb) , Ryan, Michael, Towerhill, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; farmer; buried at Towerhill cemetery

  • Ryan, Michael , Gurtavalla, Doon, Limerick Leader 28/05/1941, obituary; member of respected family; buried at family ground in Doon

  • Ryan, Mrs. Ballinamona, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, news report; wife of Daniel Ryan; member of Kilmallock Rural District Council; buried at the local cemetery

  • Ryan, Patrick (Monsignor), California, Limerick Leader 18/08/1941, news report; parish priest of St. Bernard's Church, Eureka, California; son of Patrick and Sarah Ryan; native of Newport

  • Ryan, Rev. (Canon), Knocklong, Limerick Leader 28/05/1941, news report; parish priest of Knocklong; age 80; has done renovation work of churches and school at Knocklong

  • Ryan, William, Keeper View Terrace, Athlunkard, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, acknowledgement; late fitter and turner at Loco. Works, G. S. Street R.

  • Sammon, Michael, Murgasty Cottage, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 18/01/1941, death notice; son of Patrick Sammon; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 01/02/1941]

  • Scanlan, Brian, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, news report; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Scully, Elizabeth, Brooklyn, N. Y., Limerick Leader 26/07/1941, death notice; mother of Christy Scully of William Street, Limerick

  • Sexton, Catherine,  Inisfall, Shelbourne Road, Limerick Leader  01/01/1941, death notice; died at her daughter premises

  • Shanahan, Mary, Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 30/04/1941, obituary; wife of Patrick Shanahan, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [funeral report 03/05/1941; acknowledgement notice 10/05/1941] 

  • Shanahan, Patrick, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader 02/07/1941, news report; age 78, buried at Robertstown cemetery

  • Shanahan, Patrick 49 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 01/10/1941, obituary; relict of Mary Shanahan; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [funeral report 04/10/1941; acknowledgement notice 11/10/1941] 

  • Sheahan, Jeremiah, Mohernagh, Ballyhahill, Limerick Leader 24/11/1941, sympathy note

  • Sheahan, Mrs., Kilteery, Loughill, Limerick Leader 27/09/1941, obituary; wife of Edward Sheahan; buried at Loughill cemetery [acknowledgement notice 27/09/1941]

  • Sheahan, William, Astoria, Long Island, NY, Limerick Leader 05/04/1941, death notice; formerly 28 Island Road, Limerick; brother of Michael Sheehan

  • Sheahy, Daniel, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 03/02/1941, obituary; rate collector; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Sheedy, Mary Ann, Ballinanima, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 27/12/1941, obituary; age 73; buried at Ballingaddy cemetery

  • Sheehan, Michael, 28 Island Road, Limerick Leader 08/11/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Sheehan, Nora (Doctor), London, Limerick Leader 17/05/1941, news report; wife of Tim Sheehan; lived in Limerick for several years

  • Sheedy, Johanna, Ballycannon, Croagh, Limerick Leader 15/10/1941, obituary; relict of Patrick Sheehy; buried at New cemetery, Rathkeale [news report 18/10/1941]

  • Sherin, Catherine,  Drombeg, Athlacca, Limerick Leader 08/02/1941, news report; buried at family ground in Boheryard

  • Shire, Walter, Liverpool, England, Limerick Leader 26/05/1941, news report; himself and his sister killed in air raid in Liverpool, son and daughter of Julius Shire from Ballingrane, Rathkeale

  • Shuley, Mary, Kilmurray, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941  news report; died from influenza; sister of William Shuley; died within a couple of days of each other

  • Shuley, William, Kilmurray, Limerick Leader 01/02/1941, news report; died from influenza; brother of Mary Shuley; died within a couple of days of each other

  • Sinden, Mrs. ,5 Ardhu Terrace, Limerick Leader 12/04/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Skehan, Margaret, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, news report; middle-aged; killed 

  • Slattery, Henry William, Durban, South Africa, Limerick Leader 02/08/1941, obituary; worked for the Central News Agency; native of Limerick; buried at Stellawood

  • Slattery, Ralph, Ballysimon, Limerick Leader 27/08/1941, death notice; buried at Donoughmore cemetery

  • Sliney, Hanna, 2 St. Brigit's Avenue, New Street, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, funeral report; buried in Parteen

  • Smith, Frederick, Church View Cottage, Ballylanders, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, news report; killed in an air raid at Abington Road, Perrycommon, Birmingham; native of Limerick

  • Smith-Fraser, John, Mitchelstown, Limerick Leader 31/03/1941, news report; manager of the Mitchelstown branch of the National Bank

  • Stack, Nano, Moynsha, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 22/01/1941,  obituary; age 90; buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Abbeyfeale

  • Stuart, Jane, 4 Chapel Street, Limerick Leader 13/09/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Sullivan, Patrick, 6 Clansfort, Terrace, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 15/02/1941, funeral report; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Tobin, Edmund, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 31/05/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Tucker, Ned, Annacotty, Limerick Leader 31/05/1941, acknowledgement; employed by Annacotty creamery

  • Twomey, Margaret, North Infirmary, Cork, Limerick Leader 13/08/1941, news report; native of Laurencetown, Kilfinane; buried at Ballingarry cemetery

  • Vaughan, Patrick, Rossmore, Castletownconyers, Limerick Leader 13/01/1941, news report; farmer; father of Rev. D. Vaughan; member of the Land League Movement; buried in Castletown [sympathy note 18/01/1941; news report 18/01/1941]  

  • Wall, Michael, Mondellihy, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 02/08/1941, obituary; nationalist; and member of the Parochial Hall Committee; buried with military honours in Monegay

  • Wall, Thomas, Kells, Dromcollogher, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, obituary; Nationalist; age 80; member of the Land League; buried at Dromcollogher cemetery 

  • Wallace, Angela, Dundrum, Co Tipperary, Limerick Leader 25/10/1941, obituary; sister of the Presentation Convent and Rev. J. Wallace, P. P. of Kildimo; buried at Thurles Convent

  • Wallace, John, Coolagown, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, news report; father of Sean Wallace; involved in G.A.A. activities; buried at Castletown cemetery

  • Wallace, John, 19 Sir Harry's Mall, Limerick Leader 31/03/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 19/04/1941]

  • Walsh, Edward,  O'Curry Street, Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Walsh, Edward, Ballygulleen, Kilmeedy, Limerick Leader 11/08/1941, news report; body found lying face downwards in a drain with water

  • Walsh, John, 12 Myles Street, Limerick Leader  29/03/1941, acknowledgement notice

  • Walsh, John, Ballylanders, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, news report; founder of Walsh & Sons.; spent several years in Australia; buried at Ballylanders cemetery

  • Walsh, Marianna, Clonbrien, Athlacca, Limerick Leader 19/07/1941, obituary; member of an old family; buried at the local cemetery

  • Walsh, Miss. Clonbrien, Bruree, Limerick Leader 14/07/1941, news report; member of old and respected family

  • Walsh, Ned. Garbally, Kilmeedy, Limerick Leader  20/08/1941, news report; age 58; buried at Dromcollogher cemetery

  • Walsh Patrick, Farran, Kilmeedy, Limerick Leader 18/06/1941, news report; buried at Dromcollogher cemetery

  • Walsh, Thomas, Tobermurry, Pallaskenry, Limerick Leader 28/06/1941, obituary; age 75; member of the Old I. R. A.; buried with military honors at Castletown cemetery

  • Walsh, Brian, The Bungalow, Raheen Road, Limerick Leader 05/02/1941, obituary; age 13; son of John Walsh; principal of St. John's Boys Schools; collided with a horse drawn vehicle while cycling in Ballinacurra; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 22/02/1941] 

  • Walshe, William, Tarmons, Tarbert, Co. Kerry, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, news report; farmer; buried at Newtownsandes churchyard

  • Ward, Mary, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 12/07/1941, news report; mother of the famous jockeys Michael and Denny Ward; held business activities in town

  • Whelan, E., Celtic Villa, O'Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader  05/05/1941, death notice; buried at Mount St. Lawrence

  • Whelan, Earnest, Abbeyview, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 07/06/1941, obituary; involved in Sinn Fein Club activities and social movements; buried at St. Mary's Church grounds

  • White, Clara, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 17/12/1941, death notice; daughter of Thomas White; buried at St. Munchin's cemetery

  • White, Crissie, Upper Athea, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, news report; age 20; buried at Templeathea

  • White, Margaret, Broad Street, Limerick Leader 26/04/1941, death notice; wife of John White; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 26/04/1941; funeral report 03/05/1941] 

  • White, Michael, Ballyagran, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/01/1941, obituary; died at his niece's premises; buried at Shandrum cemetery

  • White, Michael,  Lotteragh, Bruree, Limerick Leader 05/02/1941, obituary; buried at family ground in Athanacey

  • White, Right, Rev. Dr. Vere, Limerick (?), Limerick Leader 25/01/1941, sympathy note; former Protestant Bishop of Limerick

  • White, Timothy, Coole East, Limerick Leader 20/01/1941, news report; farmer

  • Wilson, Susan, Ballydoole, Pallaskenry, Limerick Leader 12/07/1941, news report; widow of William Wilson; buried at family ground in Pallaskenry

  • Woulfe, Mary, Athea, Limerick Leader 14/06/1941, news report; wife of John Woulfe; merchant; buried at Temple Athea

Last update:28/02/2017

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