1942

1942 calendar

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

  • Addley, Michael, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 09/02/1942, aged 40; engineer

  • Ahern, John, Sarsfield Street, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 27/06/1942, aged 7; died from stone which fell from wall, hitting him on the head

  • Andrew, Philip, 5 Treaty Terrace, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942, d. 11/02/1942; worked in Limerick Docks [acknowledgement notice, 21/02/1942]

  • Anslow, Patrick, Weston Gardens, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement

  • Arthure, Margaret, St. Mary’s Terrance, Ballinacurra Limerick Leader 04/05/1942  aged 89; died 04/05/1942; buried Mount St Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 09/05/1942]

  • Barrett, Mary, 1 Wallers Well, Limerick Leader 31/10/1942, died 22/10/1942; acknowledgement

  • Barry, Bob, The Glebe, Bruff, Limerick Leader 13/06/1942, acknowledgement

  • Barry, John, Clonmacken, Limerick Leader 31/10/1942, acknowledgement

  • Barry, Michael, The Square, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 28/11/1942, aged 37; died in England 28/10/1942

  • Blackwell, Thomas, Coolranhee, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 02/05/1942, farmer; president of local abstinence committee and the creamery committee; buried in Shanagolden

  • Blake, female (Mrs.), 1 Alphonsus Avenue, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, acknowledgement

  • Boland, Sarah, Rosaguile, Newport, Limerick Leader 26/12/1942, née Caplis; died 02/12/1942; buried in Kilnarath cemetery

  • Bouchier, Edward ,  , 28 Wickham Street, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, died 23/10/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice, 31/10/1942]

  • Bourke, Hannah, Ballyagran, Charleville, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, died 13/06/1942;

  • Brazier, Walter, 22 Lord Edward Street, Limerick Leader 16/09/1942, of Limerick County Council; Limerick Operatic Society; died 15/09/1942 buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 16/09/1942; obituary 26/09/1942; acknowledgement notice 26/09/1942]

  • Breen, M., Mrs., Limerick Leader 08/08/1942, acknowledgement

  • Brennan, Arthur, Meelick, Limerick Leader 27/04/1942, died 27/04/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Brennan, James J., Lough Gur and late of U.S.A., Limerick Leader 30/03/1942, aged 49; police force and veteran of first world war; late of 51 Edison Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut U.S.A.

  • Brennan, Kieran, J., 2 Clareview Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 29/07/1942, died 28/07/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Browne, Ernest, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 07/11/1942, buried at family vault Killaloe

  • Browne, Margaret, 9 Lower Hartstonge Street, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, née McElligott; d. 03/04/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence cemetery [acknowledgement notice 11/04/1942]

  • Byrne, Edward, Grianan, Foynes, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, late Irish Shell and Harrison Lee’s  Foundry; buried Mount St. Lawrence [inquest report 18/04/1942; acknowledgement notice 25/04/1942]

  • Byrnes, J. J., Dr., Bruree, Limerick Leader 03/10/1942, dispensary medial officer over 50 yrs; buried Bruree cemetery

  • Cahill, Edward, Fr., originally of Ballinagrane, Limerick Leader 29/07/1942, Jesuit priest

  • Cahill, Maurice, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 12/09/1942, aged 72

  • Canty, John, Limerick Leader 20/07/1942, of Limerick Corporation; National Volunteers; Old Limerick Board of Guardians

  • Carey, Maureen, Shower, Newport, Limerick Leader 28/11/1942,  aged early 20s; buried Kiloscully cemetery [mass card list 05/12/1942; acknowledgement notice 05/12/1942]

  • Carmody, Mrs., 45 Clareview Terrace, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, acknowledgement                       

  • Carmody, Patrick, Direen, Pallaskenry, Limerick Leader 09/12/1942, aged 74; accidental drowning

  • Carroll, James Patrick, Brooklyn, New York, Limerick Leader 19/12/1942, principal of St. Joseph’s School, Brooklyn, New York; parents' residence Roche's Street, Limerick; died 07/11/1942

  • Carroll, John, 3 Island Road, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement

  • Casey, Winifred, Limerick Leader 10/08/1942  wife of Mr. John Casey, poulterer; died from fall off a horse and cart [acknowledgement notice 15/08/1942]

  • Christie, Elizabeth, Limerick Leader 26/10/1942, née Upton; died at daughter's residence at Borrisocane; husband John, secretary of the Limerick Branch of Typological Society; brother, Edward Upton, furniture dealer

  • Clancy, Allen, Ballyorgan, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, buried Kilfinane cemetery

  • Clancy, Martin, 5 Corporation Dwellings, Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 01/04/1942, buried at St. Mary’s Cathedral [obituary 01/04/1942]

  • Clery, Patrick H., Ballinscaula Bridge, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 07/01/1942, age 25; World War II casualty; son of W. Clery

  • Clohessy, Bridie, Knockea, Limerick Leader 17/10/1942, acknowledgement

  • Coffey, Michael, Portryan, Newport, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, buried in Cragg cemetery

  • Coffey, Patrick, J. Right Rev. Mgr., St. Patrick’s Church, Dubuque, Iowa, Limerick Leader 27/07/1942,  originally of Cromhill, Kilteely [report 08/08/1942; obituary 02/09/1942]

  • Collier, Jane, Limerick Leader 02/09/1942, aged 86; buried St. Munchin’s Cemetery

  • Collins,  James D., Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 07/01/1942, killed by gunshot wound to the head, Christmas Eve 1941; Laurence O’Connor charged [report re accused 17/01/1942; inquest report 16/03/1942]

  • Collins, John J., Rev., Abbeyfeale Hill, Abbeyfeale and Illinois, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 02/03/1942, Parish Priest; funeral in Illinois, U.S.A.

  • Collins, Mary, Sr., Convent of Mercy, Mallow, Limerick Leader 13/06/1942, aged 86; 54 years a nun; native of Abbeyfeale

  • Collins, Thomas, 49 Parnell Street, Limerick Leader 03/01/1942,  proprietor, The People’s Bakery; died 28/12/1941; buried Mt. St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 10/001/1942]

  • Collopy, John, Becksbury, Johassasburg, South Africa, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, originally of Caherconlish

  • Collopy, Michael, Bruree, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942,  d. 24/02/1942; merchant; buried Buree local cemetery

  • Columbiere (O’Connor),  Mary, Sr., Limerick Leader04/04/1942,  member of Mercy Order for 45 yrs; 40 yrs at Mary Immaculate College

  • Comerford, Michael, Liverpool, England, Limerick Leader 02/05/1942, died 14/04/1942; late of St. Joseph’s Place, Limerick; buried in Yew Tree cemetery

  • Conlan, Mary Anne, 6 Garryowen Villas, Limerick Leader 18/03/1942, wife of Patrick Conlon Limerick Town Hall; buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 18/03/1942; acknowledgement notice 21/03/1942]

  • Connolly, Thomas, Dromard, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 26/12/1942, died 15/12/1942; farmer; buried new cemetery, Rathkeale

  • Conroy, Aloysius, Mrs., Shelbourne Avenue, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, funeral in Wicklow (residence of her sister) to Rathnew Cemetery

  • Conway, John, 45 St. Joseph’s Street, Limerick Leader 26/01/1942, d. following a seizure

  • Copeland, Richard, Langford, Kilcosgrove, Shanagolden, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942, former County Sheriff; aged 89; buried Shanagolden cemetery

  • Corbett, Elizabeth, Willmount, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 14/12/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Creagh, Thomas, Lelia Street, Limerick Leader 05/09/1942, aged 27; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Creagh, William, Lelia Street, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942  aged 24; died 10/08/1942

  • Creedon, Ellen, 48 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 28/11/1942, acknowledgement

  • Cregan, Denis M., New York City, parish of St. Agnes', Limerick Leader 08/08/1942, native of Newcastlewest; 58 years in U.S.A.; brother Canon Cregan & wife Mary; business on 45th Street; buried in Calvary cemetery [further report 16/09/1942]

  • Cribbin, James, Tiermore, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, buried in Knockpatrick [acknowledgement note 25/04/1942]

  • Cronin, Bridget, Limerick Leader 02/12/1942, née McMahon; buried Worcester cemetery [report 02/12/1942]

  • Cronin, Thomas, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, acknowledgement

  • Cross, Patrick, Lower Park, Limerick Leader 05/10/1942, buried St. Patrick's cemetery [acknowledgement note 24/10/1942]

  • Crowe, Con, St. Mary’s Place, Limerick Leader 11/07/1942, athlete; member of Garryowen and Arthlunkard boat clubs; pig dealer

  • Crowe, William, The Rock, Cappamore, Limerick Leader 04/04/1942,  of Cappamore Creamery; acknowledgement

  • Culhane, Maurice, Ballyguiltenane, Glin, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, farmer

  • Cusack, Ellen, Rhebogue, Limerick Leader 17/08/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement note 29/08/1942]

  • Daly, Catherine, Swanson Terrance, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942  née Gubbins; d. 28/03/1942; acknowledgement notice

  • Daly, Jim, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A., Limerick Leader  03/10/1942, died 16/07/1942; native of Blackboy Pike; former employee of O’Mara’s

  • Daly, Michael H., 3 Swanson Terrace, Limerick Leader 14/10/1942, secondary school teacher at Christian Brothers School; buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 14/10/1942; acknowledgement notice 24/10/1942]

  • Delaney, Charles, 17 Upper William Street, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 21/03/1942]

  • Dillon, James, Knockaderry, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, parish clerk of Knockaderry and Clouncagh for over 40 years

  • Dillon, Mary, Killuragh, Pallasgrean, Limerick Leader 24/01/1942, nee Foley; sister to Rev. Canon Foley of Drumcollogher and mother to Fr. John Dillon of Wales; buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 21/02/1942]

  • Donegan, Kitty, Cappananty, Bruree, Limerick Leader 11/07/1942, buried Castletown cemetery

  • Donnellan, Mary, Cross Roads, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942, died by drowning

  • Donovan, Maurice, O’Connell Street, Limerick Leader 20/04/1942, merchant tailor; musician & singer

  • Dooley, Ita, Eden Terrace, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 26/12/1942, proprietress Messrs. O’Connor & Co. Printers, O’Connell Street

  • Dore, Michael, Glin, Limerick Leader 31/01/1942, aged 21

  • Doyle, Mary, 52 Clare Street, Limerick Leader 14/02/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Drury, Bridget, Direen, near Pallaskenry, Limerick Leader 31/08/1942  presumed died in house fire; aged approx. 70; inquest into query murder case [further report 14/09/1942]

  • Dugan, Annie, 1622-68th Street, Brooklyn, Limerick Leader 05/09/1942, nee Ahern; native of Limerick City; died 11/07/1942

  • Dundon, Joan, 6 Victoria Terrace, Limerick Leader 12/01/1942, elder daughter of Law Agent Mr. J. J. Dundon; d. in early teens; buried Mount St. Lawrence [expression of sympathy 14/01/1942]

  • Egan, ? , Ballyallinan, Knockaderry, Limerick Leader 19/09/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Egan, Jeremiah, Ballyallinan, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, died 03/04/1942; buried Rathkeale local cemetery [acknowledgement notice 18/04/1942]

  • Fagan, Thomas, Killeely, Limerick Leader 04/04/1942, aged 9; died in quarry accident

  • Farrell, Denis, Croom, Limerick & Barrack Street, Kilkenny, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Fennell, Johanna, Foynes, Limerick Leader 19/12/1942, died 08/12/1942; buried Kilcolman cemetery

  • Finnan, John, Long Island, NY, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942, parents residence in Windmill Street; spent many years in U.S.A.; d. 26/01/1942

  • Fitt, Emilie Victoria, 20 Barrington Street, Limerick Leader 13/06/1942, died 10/06/1942

  • Fitzgerald, John, Knocknanty, Ballysimon, Limerick Leader 21/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Fitzgerald, John, Rev. Canon, Ballysimon, Limerick Leader 09/11/1942, parish priest of Kilcoleman and Coolcappa; aged 80

  • Fitzgerald, Mary,  & her daughter, also Mary Fitzgerald, Dromtrasna, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, aged 83 & 60 respectively 

  • Fitzgerald, Philip, 26 Elm Park, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 25/07/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 08/08/1942]

  • Fitzgibbon, Patrick, Cullane, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 03/02/1943, compensation claim, drowned at Knocktoran, Co. Limerick on 22nd April 1942
  • Fitzpatrick, Bridget, Sr.  , Effin, Limerick & Convent of  Mercy, Charleville, Limerick Leader 23/05/1942

  • Flanagan, ? , 18 Dixon’s Place, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Flanagan, Mollie, Miss, Drominbeesom, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 03/01/1942, spent great part of her life in the USA; buried at Churchtown cemetery

  • Fletcher, F. Dudley, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 04/05/1942, inspector in the Board of Works

  • Flynn, ?, 36 O’Dwyer Villas, Limerick Leader 19/09/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Fogarty, Anthony, Francis Street, Limerick Leader 14/09/1942, died from drowning; aged 4

  • Foley, Cornelius, Reens Pike, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, merchant; trainer of greyhounds; worked for some years in Dublin [acknowledgement notice 07/03/1942] 

  • Franklin, Mary, Cross, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Frawley, Nora, 8 Parnell Street, Limerick Leader 08/08/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 15/08/1942]

  • Freeman, John, 10 Church Street, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Galbraith, Roland Arthur, Washington Terrace, New Street, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, aged 17; buried Mount St. Lawrence  [death notice 25/04/1942]

  • Galvin, Maura, Cashes Range, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 21/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Galvin, Nora, Cashin’s Range, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 19/12/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Garry, Dennis, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, of Great Southern Railways, Nenagh, Pallas and Limerick

  • Geary, female (Mrs.), Ahaveen House, Feenagh, Limerick Leader 02/05/1942  nee Chawke; died 26/04/1942

  • Gleeson, Philip, Verona Villas, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 26/10/1942, managing director Messrs. Cannock & Co. Ltd.; member of Limerick Chamber of Commerce; buried Mount St. Lawrence [funeral report 31/10/1942]

  • Gleeson, Thomas, Clondrina, Limerick Leader 14/02/1942, also of Chicago; 5th son of Thomas and Mrs. Gleeson

  • Gleeson, William, Fedamore, Limerick Leader 04/04/1942, chairman of Limerick County Board GAA [vote of sympathy 04/04/1942]

  • Greaney, Maryanne, Temple Athea, Limerick Leader 14/01/1942, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Greaney

  • Greaney, Patrick, Rossa Villas, Limerick Leader 07/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Griffin, Margaret, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Guinane, Frank, Lower Glentworth Street, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, employee of Old Theatre Royal; died from a street accident

  • Guiney, Michael, Belfast, Limerick Leader 07/11/1942, native of Shanagolden

  • Hackett, Patrick,Cragmore, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hall, Mary, Assembly Mall, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Halpin, Joseph Mrs., 15 Clontarf Place, Limerick Leader 14/10/1942, involved in the Irish Ireland movement; death notice [funeral report 24/10/1942; acknowledgement notice 24/10/1942]

  • Hamiliton, Abraham Bruce, 8 Victoria Terrace, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, died 17/07/1942

  • Hanly, Laurence, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hartigan, E., Railway House, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 19/12/1942, aged 78; died 12/12/1942; buried Castleconnell cemetery

  • Hartnett, Mary Celsus, Sr., St. Mary’s Convent Leeds, Limerick Leader 23/05/1943, 44 years in religion; originally of Limerick

  • Hartnett, Michael, 4 New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 25/07/1942, died 24/07/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Hartney, Edward, 4 St. John’s Villas, Mulgrave Street, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, died 19/06/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Harty, Edward P., Pallas, Limerick Leader 15/06/1942, involved in horse racing

  • Harty, May, The Grotto, Pallasgreen, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, aged 19; buried at Pallas cemetery

  • Harty, Michael,  14 Mungret Street, Limerick Leader 02/11/1942, died 01/11/1942; employee of Messrs. W. J. Shaw & Sons; buried St. Patrick’s cemetery

  • Harty, Teresa, 42 Nicholas Street, Limerick Leader 16/03/1942, wife of Charles Harty, pig buyer

  • Hassett, Ethel M., Carnlea, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, interment St. Mary’s Cathedral

  • Hassett, Thomas, Templeville, Ballinacurra and O'Connell Street, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, d. 26/02/1042

  • Hastings, Edward, 11 Punche’s Row, Limerick Leader 19/01/1942, age approx. 65; unmarried; died suspected heart attack

  • Hayes, Brian, Doon, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, representative for the area for the Rural district Council

  • Hayes, Morgan J., 67 Mungret Street, Limerick Leader 22/08/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hayes, Mortimer, 14 Quarry Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 19/09/1942, died 14/09/1942; of O’Mara’s; buried Mount St. Lawrence cemetery [acknowledgement notice 26/09/1942] 

  • Hayes, Patrick, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Healy, Caroline, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Healy, Jerry, Knocknasna, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 29/06/1942, involved in G.A.A.

  • Healy, John, Private, Cragbeg, Clarina, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942,  died 15/04/1942; inquest concluded manslaughter of Mr. Healy by reckless driving of Army Sgt.  M. Cunningham [further report 22/07/1942] 

  • Healy, Michael, Private, Limerick Leader 03/10/1942, aged 20; died  from fall and when wall collapsed on him; buried Mount St. Lawrence [further report 05/10/1942]

  • Healy, Patrick, Cappanahana, Limerick Leader 21/03/1942, farmer

  • Heath, John, 2 Bowman Street, Limerick Leader 19/09/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hobbins, Thomas, Rev., Darlston, England, Limerick Leader 11/02/1942, aged 45 yrs; mother at Crescent Avenue, Limerick

  • Hogan, Kate, Ballinacurra Weston, Limerick Leader 07/01/1942, wife of Thomas Hogan

  • Hogan, Mary, Ashbourne Avenue, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hogan, Nora, Holycross, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 26/12/1942, nee Slattery; native of Herbertstowm; buried Ballinard cemetery

  • Hogan, Patrick, 2 New Road , Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 30/05/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hogan, Seán, Shears Street, Killmallock, Limerick Leader 18/04/1942, administrator on County Council and Board of Health

  • Holmes, Mary of Mercy, Sr., Good Shepherd Convent, Ceylon, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, originally of Cappamore; died at a young age

  • Horgan, female (Mrs.), Corbally, Limerick Leader 12/09/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hourigan, Annie, 44 St. Joseph’s Street, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, mother of Rev. Fr. John Capistran, Killarney; buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 22/08/1942]

  • Howard, Kate, Fanningstown Castle, Patrickswell, Limerick Leader 14/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Hunt, female (Mrs.), Keary, Glin, Limerick Leader 31/01/1942

  • Irwin, J. H. (Mrs.), Belvoir, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 29/06/1942, buried St. Mary’s cemetery

  • Johnston, Eamon, Fort Green, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 07/12/1942, aged 17; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Jones, ? , Limerick Leader 29/08/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Judge, Philip, Rev.,  Limerick Leader 20/06/1942  educated at C.B.S. Limerick & Rockwell College; worked in the West Africian Missions; died in Nigeria; died 14/06/1942

  • Kavanagh, Edward, Ballynagarde, Ballyneety, Limerick Leader 04/07/1942, died 27/06/1942; funeral to Fedamore

  • Keane, Mary, 12 Browne’s Place, Edward Street, Limerick Leader 17/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Kearns, Patrick,  Ballyart, Brittas, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, buried Tower Hill cemetery [acknowledgement notice 11/04/1942]

  • Keenan, F. J.,  69 Clare Street, Limerick Leader 11/05/1942, ex.Supt. Telegraphs, Post Office; buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 16/05/1942]

  • Kelleher, Katherine (or Kelliher), Plassy, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942, died 06/10/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Kelly, John P., Feohanagh, Castlemahon, Limerick Leader 30/09/1942, aged 72; Deputy Chief Inspector of Customs and Excise; wrote articles for the Limerick Leader

  • Kelly, Margaret, Broad Street, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, widow of the late Patrick Kelly ex-Sgt RIC [acknowledgement notice 07/11/1942]

  • Kenneally, William, 18 John’s Street, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, died 04/12/1942; buried Adare cemetery

  • Kennedy, Annie, Blossom Hill, Kilcornan, Limerick Leader 25/07/1942, buried Castletown cemetery

  • Kennedy, Richard, Kilcornan, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942, father of Rev. Richard Kennedy

  • Kenny, John, 17 Sarsfield Avenue, Limerick Leader 28/02/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Keogh, Kevin, St. Francis Abbey, Limerick Leader 02/02/1942, aged 7; vehicle accident

  • Kiely, James, Farranville, Farranshore, Limerick Leader 11/07/1942, worked in Richard Ray’s grocery in Roche’s Street; GAA Chairman of the Treaty Club & Register of the City Board; member of the Confraternity of the Holy Family; member of the Red Cross; died 08/07/1942 [death notice 11/07/1942]

  • Lahiff, Mary, New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 22/08/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Larkin, Joseph, 1 Military Place, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, died 19/06/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 04/07/1942]

  • Lawlor, Martin, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 01/07/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Leahy, Edward, Limerick Leader 03/01/1942, solicitor; also known as ‘Big Ned Leahy' [comment 03/01/1942; tribute 18/02/1942]

  • Leahy, T. A., Limerick Leader 19/01/1942, auctioneer; died in Mallow, Co. Cork

  • Lee, John, Glenbrohane, Limerick Leader 18/02/1942, brother to Rev. Wm Lee and to Sister Berchmans; buried in Ballinagarry

  • Lee, female (Mrs.), Ballinalacken, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, died 30/03/1942; buried at Ballingarry cemetery

  • Lorigan, Mary Rose, Sr., Dubuque, Iowa, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 30/05/1942, formerly Ms. Bridget Lorigan; originally of Murroe

  • Lundon, Billy, Pallas, Limerick Leader 15/06/1942, aged 19; Pilot officer, killed in active service

  • Lunn, Michael P., Caherally, Kilmallock, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, died 10/08/1942

  • Lyddy, ?, 8 St. Francis Abbey, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Lynch, Nora, Main Street, Croom, Limerick Leader 16/05/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Lynch, Stephen, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, member of Gaelic League & LDF; buried at St. Flannan’s cemetery

  • Lynch, Thomas, New York, Limerick Leader 09/09/1942,  sister, Mrs. O'Connor, resides at Ballyguiltenan, Glin

  • Lyons, Daniel, Robert Street, Mitchelstown, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, old resident of Mitchelstown

  • Lyons, Matthew, Breska, Clarina, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, died 02/04/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Lyons, Thomas, Carrans House, Ardagh, Limerick Leader 17/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Madden, Patrick, Glenlon, Ardnacrusha, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Madigan, Con, Ballyagran, Limerick Leader 16/05/1942, involved in GAA and coursing

  • Maher, Patrick, 5 St. John’s Terrace, Limerick Leader 10/01/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Maher, Robert, 42 Clarke Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 14/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Maloney, Mary, Mohernagh, Ballyhahill, Limerick Leader 13/06/1942, buried in Kilfergus cemetery

  • Marnane, Cornelius, Kilcoolen, Limerick Leader 12/09/1942, died 08/09/1942

  • McAuliffe, Con, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 31/10/1942, station master in Kilmorna and Lixnaw; died in Dublin; buried in Duagh cemetery, brother of John, below

  • McAuliffe, John, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 31/10/1942, died in London, brother of Con, above

  • McCaffrey, Teresa, O’Curry Place, Limerick Leader 06/07/1942, aged 8; inquest concluded she died of a fractured skull after falling from a high wall

  • McCarthy, Hanora, Dromkeen, Limerick Leader 14/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McCarthy, John, 16 County View Terrace, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 11/02/1942, aged 70 yrs; involved in the wool and hide trade; buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 21/02/1942; acknowledgement notice 14/03/1942]

  • McCarthy,  Margaret, O’ Briensbridge, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, died from heart failure; found in Ardnacrusha canal; following inquiries foul play not suspected; buried in Castleconnell 

  • McCoy, ?, 6 Punches Place, Carey’s Road, Limerick Leader 07/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McGowan, Bessie, 18 Catherine Street, Limerick Leader 16/11/1942, died 15/11/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 21/11/1942]

  • McGowan, Michael, John Street, Limerick Leader 30/05/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McGrath, Hanora, Farran House, Emly, Limerick Leader 27/06/1942, died 05/06/1942; buried Emly cemetery

  • McGuire, James, Elm Lodge, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 03/06/1942, managing director of Curragower Mills & Croom Mills Bakery; member of Limerick Harbour Board; buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 03/06/1942]

  • McInerney, Joseph, Ald. , Limerick Leader 08/04/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 18/04/1942]

  • McKernan, James, 7 Rossa Villas, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, d. 03/03/1942; Parish Clerk at St. John’s Cathedral for 40 years; buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 14/03/1942; acknowledgement notice 14/03/1942]

  • McLoughlin, Mary, 15 Summer Street, Limerick Leader 27/06/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McMahon, Daniel, Maryville, Courtbrack Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 21/03/1942, superintendent of the Irish American Oil Company, Dock Road; died 15/03/1942; buried Kilbarrack cemetery, Dublin

  • McMahon, Mary, 4 Emly Place, Limerick Leader 05/01/1942, wife of Joseph McMahon; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • McMahon, Patrick, 1 Little Ellen Street, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McNamara, Bridie, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 23/05/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • McNamara, Hanora, Fariview Terrace, BallysimonRoad, Limerick Leader 28/03/1942, widow of the late Michael McNamara [acknowledgement notice 18/04/1942]

  • McNamara, James P., 7 Courtbrack, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 07/01/1942, former director of library and museum, buried at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 07/01/1942]

  • McNamara, John, Wallnutt House, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 03/01/1942, painting contractor, and prop. ‘The Vogue’ drapery; d. 28/12/1941

  • McNamara, John, Caherelly, Limerick Leader 30/05/1942,  acknowledgement notice

  • McNamara, Thomas, Loughill, Limerick Leader 30/03/1942  d. in New York; member of West Limerick Brigade of the Old IRA; widow Teresa, nee Gilmartin of Clare

  • Meade, female (Mrs.), Shelbourne Avenue, Limerick Leader 17/01/1942, survived by husband, Frank Meade of Great Southern Railways Company, and four young children; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Meaney, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 01/08/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Minihan, ?, Newcastle View Terrace, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 18/04/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Minihan, Michael,  Newcastle View Terrace, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 14/11/1942 acknowledgement notice

  • Moloney, ?, 39 Patrick Street, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Moloney, Mary Brendan, Sister, Madras, India, Limerick Leader 02/05/1942, died 21/04/1942; dau of James Moloney, late of Farranshone; in the 18th year of her religious life in India

  • Moloney, Maura, 9 Sir Harry’s Mall, Limerick Leader 14/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Moore, female (Mrs.), Lower Athea, Limerick Leader 18/04/1942,  found dead in a stream; survived by husband and family

  • Mulcahy, Cornelius, Rev., Monegay, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, aged 54; d. 08/12/1941 in Sierre Leone, Africa

  • Mulcahy, Michael, 30 Connolly Terrace, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, aged 42; buried in Grange cemetery

  • Mulcahy, Neil, Mrs., Brooklyn, New York, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, nee Brennan, native of Kilfinane

  • Mulcaire, Patrick, Clonlehard, Glin, Limerick Leader 16/09/1942, farmer

  • Mullaly, Francis, Francis Street, Limerick Leader 14/09/1942, aged 7, drowning accident

  • Mullins, Luke, Ballygreen, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 05/08/1942, aged 52, died 24/07/1942

  • Murphy, Mary, 6 Emmett Place, Limerick Leader 23/05/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement notice 30/05/1942]

  • Murphy, W., Dr., Askeaton, Limerick Leader 18/04/1942, died 31/03/1942; buried Abbey cemetery, Askeaton; spent 22 years working in Kenfig Hill, Glamorgan

  • Myers, Michael, Castletownconyers, Limerick Leader 20/04/1942, resided in New York; died 19/02/1942; buried in family plot in Calvary cemetery Long Island City [further report 25/04/1942; expression of sympathy 06/05/1942/1942]

  • Myles, Annie Stuart , New Street, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, died 16/07/1942

  • Nash, James, Thomond Street, Limerick Leader 14/10/1942, aged 50, carpenter; workplace accident

  • Nash, Vincent, Sir, Shannon View, Kilmurry, Limerick Leader 09/02/1942, estate agent; Knighted by King Edward VII; of James Nash and Son, left personal estate in Ireland and England to his wife worth £11,145; died 04/02/1942; buried at Mount St. Lawrence [note regarding will 23/12/1942]

  • Nealon, William, 29 O’Dwyer’s Villas, Thomondgate, Limerick  Leader 20/06/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Nestor, Alexander, Limerick Leader 27/05/1942, businessman, director of Nestor Bros; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Neville, Raphael, Mother, Laurel Hill Convent, Limerick Leader 02/12/1942, native of Ballinhassig, Co. Cork; buried in Laurel Hill Convent cemetery

  • Noonan, Jim (or Nunan), 27 Upper Cecil Street, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, originally of Milford and worked in Middleton for approx. 16 yrs [obituary 22/08/1942; acknowledgement notice 22/08/1942]

  • O’Brien, Christopher, Limerick Leader 04/07/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • O’Brien, Cornelius, Tinnakilla, Ballyhahill, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942, aged 29; died in vehicle accident; initial report [acknowledgement notice 07/03/1942] [inquest report 04 04/1942]

  • O’Brien, Morgan, Kildimo, Limerick Leader 30/05/1942, GAA, musician, dancer; member of Truce volunteers; buried in Kildimo cemetery

  • O’Carroll, Margaret, Lisnagry, Limerick Leader 22/07/1942, railway gate keeper; struck by train and  died 14/11/1941

  • O’Carroll, Michael, Rev. Canon, Garrouse, Bruree, Limerick Leader 09/11/1942  parish priest of Glin [tribute 21/11/1942]

  • O’Carroll, Richard, Kilteely & Cromhill, Limerick Leader 20/06/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • O’Connell, Christina, Old Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • O’Connell,  James, Rev., Goulborne, Australia, Limerick Leader 20/07/1942  native of Meenkilly, Abbeyfeale

  • O’Connell, Mary Rosaline, Sr., Good Shepherd Convent, Limerick Leader 13/07/1942, father is of Barrington Street

  • O'Connell, Timothy, Glensharod, Ardagh, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942 national school teacher at Athea over 40 yrs

  • O’Connor, Hanoria (Hanora), Ballyashea, Kildimo, Limerick Leader 03/01/1942, d. May 1941, notice of charitable bequests

  • O’Connor, James, Duckstown, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 26/01/1942, aged 26, farmers son, accidental death, hit by falling tree, buried at Nantenan [further report 02/02/1942; acknowledgement notice 14/03/1942]

  • O’Donnell, John, Bruree, Limerick Leader 05/12/1942, home assistance officer; acknowledgement notice

  • O’Donnell, Robert, Rockhill, Buree, Limerick Leader 11/04/1942, member of the RAF, killed in action

  • O’Donovan, Margaret, 6 Rossa Avenue, Limerick Leader 08/08/1942, acknowledgement notice [forename sourced on Mount St. Lawrence registers database]

  • O’Donovan, Mary Clare, Sr., Limerick Leader 24/06/1942, aged 29, killed in an accident involving a pony trap, father resident at Murroe;  member of the Mercy Order

  • O’Gorman, Ellen Mary, Garnavila, Cahir, Limerick Leader 19/10/1942, died at daughter's residence, 17 County View Terrace, Ballinacurra; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • O’Gorman-Lalor, Arthur, Limerick Leader 14/01/1942, benefactor to charities; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • O’Halloran, Padraig, 6  Crescent Avenue, Limerick Leader 01/04/1942  draper; d. 31/03/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 01/04/1942]

  • O’Hara, Bridget, Rossy Avenue, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 28/11/1942  died at advanced age; died at sons house Ballymackessy House, Newcastlewest; buried in Kileedy cemetery

  • O’Mahony, Bridget, 29 Bishop Street, Limerick Leader 08/06/1942,  buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 20/06/1942; acknowledgement notice 20/06/1942]

  • O’Malley, Edward, Edward Street, Limerick Leader 07/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • O’Neill,  John, Upper William Street, 03/01/1942  publican; d. on 18/12/1941; buried at Inch St. Lawrence

  • O’Neill, Michael (Mick), Kilbreedy, Kilcornan, Limerick Leader 09/05/1942, professional athlete; buried in Beigh cemetery [acknowledgement notice 16/05/1942]

  • O’Shaughnessy, Edward, Kilbraden, Limerick Leader 08/08/1942, involved in horse racing

  • O’Shaughnessy, Elizabeth, Curragh, Loughill, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, widow of the late Mr. Michael O’ Shaughnessy [acknowledgement notice 07/11/1942]

  • O’Shaughnessy, ?, Bellview, Croom, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • O’Shaughnessy, Patrick, Carhubanemore, Loughill, Limerick Leader 24/01/1942, d. on 12/01/1942

  • O’Shea, male, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 18/04/1942, brother of Rev. F. O’Shea

  • O’Sullivan, Michael, Kilguban, Knockaderry, Limerick Leader 19/12/1942, buried Clouncagh cemetery

  • O’Sullivan, Michael J., ‘Eureka,’ Ballysimon Road, Limerick Leader 16/05/1942, aged 29 [acknowledgement notice 16/05/1942]

  • Palmer, May, 23 Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 10/01/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Pierce, A. M., Limerick Leader 06/06/1942, aunt of the late Lady Heath; daughter of the late Dr. George Heath of Newcastlewest

  • Pilkington, Richard, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 26/12/1942, foreman of Messrs. O’ Shaughnessys Mills; Pilkington family of Newbridge, Limerick

  • Power, Maurice, Ballybrack, Rathmore, Kilgormack, Limerick Leader 27/04/1942  farming accident

  • Power, Michael, Grange, Killmallock, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, died 13/02/1942; buried Cloneen Cemetery [acknowledgement notice 07/03/1942]

  • Purcell, J. (Mrs.), 38 Roxboro Road, Limerick Leader 17/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Purcell, Thomas, Limerick Leader 27/04/1942, manager of the Munster and Leinster Bank in Croom

  • Pyper, James T., Weston Gardens, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, buried in family plot in Adare

  • Quaid, D. R., Mrs., Crean Villa, Meanus, Bruff, Limerick Leader 07/03/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Quill, Jeremiah, Gortnagros, Athea, Limerick Leader 14/01/1942, native speaker of Irish

  • Quilligan, John, St. Therese’s Corbally, Limerick Leader 06/07/1942, secretary of City Board of Health over 20 years; rugby player; member of Muintir naTíre [death notice 06/07/1942; tribute 11/07/1942; further tribute 15/07/1942]

  • Quillinan, Ailbe, 10 Crescent Avenue, Limerick Leader 03/06/1942, GAA official; treasurer for the Munster Council; buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 06/06/1942]

  • Quillinan, Mary Ann, Laurencetown, Kilfinane, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942  buried Ballingarry cemetery

  • Quinlan, Patrick, Cullen, Limerick Leader 17/01/1942,  farmer and shopkeeper

  • Real, John, Mr. & Mrs., Emly Road, Hospital, Limerick Leader 04/02/1942, husband and wife, died within days of each other; buried in the local cemetery

 

  • Reynolds,  Henry, 5 Mitchell Street, Limerick Leader 12/09/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Roche, Emily, 33 Upper William Street, Limerick Leader 05/09/1942, died 03/09/1942; Mount St. Lawrence

  • Roche, James, Limerick Leader 13/07/1942, died from injuries attained by being dragged by a horse; aged 19; buried at Kilfinane cemetery

  • Rockett, Bridget, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942  acknowledgement notice

  • Rogers, Bridget, New York, Limerick Leader 14/02/1942, née Barron, left Foynes 31 years ago and resided then in New York

  • Russell, John, Herbertstown, Limerick Leader 23/02/1942, case taken by his widow to sue Parish Council for workman’s compensation; 2 dependent children

  • Russell, John, 2 New Road, Singland, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942 [acknowledgement notice 17/10/1942]

  • Ryan, ?, 14 Naughton’s Place, Limerick Leader 18/07/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Ryan, E., Sallybank, Limerick Leader 14/02/1942, teacher

  • Ryan, Helena, 12 Caledonian Place, Limerick Leader 23/12/1942, buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Ryan, James (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 14/02/1942, née Sheehan, acknowledgement; at brother’s residence, 15 Garryowen

  • Ryan, John Joseph, Blarney and Limerick, Limerick Leader 29/06/1942,  athlete; worked in Limerick branch of Munster and Leinster Bank;  member of the L.D.F.; inquest concluded he died by accidental gunshot; buried in Blarney  [inquest report 06/07/1942]

  • Ryan, Mary, 23 Upper Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Leader 31/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Ryan, Mary, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 21/12/1942, died on way to mass

  • Ryan, Mary Alloysius, Sr., Presentation Convent, Hospital, Limerick Leader 04/07/1942, singer, member of Hospital church choir; originally of Ballinagoola, Herbertstown

  • Ryan, Owen H., Arraghslea (Tipperary), Limerick Leader 25/04/1942, auctioneer

  • Ryan, Patrick, Rev., Monagea, Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 06/05/1942, aged 79, parish priest of Monagea

  • Ryan, Robert Frewen, Limerick Leader 21/02/1942  proprietor of Glenworth Hotel; family from Tipperary; died 20/02/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 21/02/1942; obituary 28/02/1942]

  • Sadlier, Patrick , Imperial Hotel, Catherine Street, Limerick Leader 26/10/1942, involved in GAA; buried Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 31/10/1942; acknowledgement notice 31/10/1942]

  • Scanlan, Bridie, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Scanlan, Mary, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 12/12/1942, née McCoy of Glin; buried Castleconnell cemetery

  • Shanahan, Mary, 8 Belfield Park, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 04/11/1942 [acknowledgement notice 14/11/1942]

  • Shanahan, Patrick, Shanbally, Adare, Limerick Leader 05/10/1942, died from injury sustained working in sawmills in Adare

  • Sheahan, Con, Bank Place, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 09/02/1942, buried in the local cemetery [obituary 16/02/1942]

  • Sheahan, Thomas, Dr., England, Limerick Leader 02/05/1942, formerly of Roxboro, died in an air raid on an English town

  • Sheehan, James, 87 Carey’s Road, Limerick Leader 26/01/1942, died 25/01/1942; buried Mount St. Lawrence

  • Sheehy, ?, Kilbeha, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 04/04/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Sheehy, Edward John, Cherrygrove, Croom, Limerick Leader 24/08/1942, [obituary 29/08/1942]

  • Sheehy, John, Haberfield, Australia, Limerick Leader 02/02/1942, aged 80; solicitor; native of Ballingarry; married to Margaret Clinton of Limerick and Sydney

  • Spain, Michael, Palms, California, Limerick Leader 22/08/1942, parents residence at Crescent View, Limerick

  • Spellacy, M. (Mrs.), New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 04/04/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Spring-Rice, Georgina Ellen, Carlisle, England, Limerick Leader 15/08/1942, of Foynes; sister of Sir. Cecil Spring-Rice

  • Stack, Michael (Mrs.), Glin, Limerick Leader 02/03/1942, M.P.S.I

  • Stanners, Augustine, Mount Kennett, Limerick Leader 21/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Thompson, Mary, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 14/11/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Tierney, William J., Station House, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 10/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Toppin,  John Edward, Willmount, Limerick Leader 27/05/1942, managing director of Messers. Cannock & Co.; director of Shannon Laundry; member of Trinity Church, the PYMA and Limerick Boat Club; died 23/05/1942 [death notice 30/05/1942]

  • Treacy, ?, Ballingarry, Limerick Leader 17/10/1942, acknowledgement notice

  • Treacy, Patrick, 25 Prospect, Limerick Leader 24/10/1942, died 17/10/1942; acknowledgement notice

  • Wallace, M. Dominic, Sister, Presentation Convent, Limerick Leader 25/07/1942, worked as a nun for approx. 50 years

  • Walsh, Michael, Abington, Limerick Leader 16/05/1942, treasurer of Murroe GAA

  • Ward, Maurice, Dromtrasna, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 10/01/1942, dept. Agriculture Inspector; buried at St. Mary’s Cemetery

  • Whelan, Nora, Askeaton, Limerick Leader  03/06/1942, aged 90; sister of Tomas Whelan, below

  • Whelan, Thomas, Askeaton, Limerick Leader 03/06/1942,  aged 92; brother of Nora Whelan, above

  • Woulfe,  Mary, Glendarrach, Newcastlewest, Limerick Leader 06/05/1942, aged 68, hit by a train; inquest; train driver exonerated [inquest report 09/05/1942]

  • Woulfe, Thomas M., Ballough, Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 09/09/1942, farmer, aged 82; buried in Abbeyfeale cemetery

  • Woulfe, William, Mrs., Keale, Athea, Limerick Leader 14/03/1942, lived to an advanced age

Last update:08/03/2017

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