1943

1943 calendar

  • Mehigan, Daniel, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, aged 59; worked at Limerick Junction post office; noted athlete in his youth; interred at St. Michael’s Cemetery, Tipperary.

  • Costelloe, Thomas, Rathkeale, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, auctioneer.

  • O’Meara, Edward T., Killough Castle, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, head of E. T. O’Meara & Sons (coal and corn merchants, Liberty Square, Thurles); racehorse owner (including 3 Galway Plate winners).

  • Farmer, Jane ( Ms.), Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, died 31st December 1942 aged 86.

  • Wood, Joan, Sunnyside, New Street, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, daughter of Joe Wood (secretary of Young Munster Rugby Football Club); died 1stJanuary 1943.

  • Sexton, Catherine, Shelbourne Road, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943

  • Johnston, Eamonn, Fort Green, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • McCarthy, Margaret, Foynes, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Scanlan, M. female (Mrs.), Mainstreet, Castleconnell, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes.

  • Kelly, Joseph, Captain, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes.

  • Boyce, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, father of Mr. P. Boyce; votes of sympathy notes.

  • Hartigan, Ned, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes.

  • O’Kelly (two children), Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, sons of Ciaran O’Kelly; votes of sympathy notes.

  • O’Farrell, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, father of Mr. J. O’Farrell, Cork; votes of sympathy notes.

  • Quillinan, John, Portane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes.

  • Sampson, Michael, Kilrush Road, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 04/01/1943, c. 60; retired railway engine driver; remains found on a crag at Loughvelle near Ennis (missing since the 17th November 1941).

  • Kenny, Elizabeth, Freagh Castle, Miltown-Malbay, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 04/01/1943, widow of Matthew J.Kenny, K.C., (former Circuit Court Judge for Cork); mother of Charles S. Kenny, B.L., (District Justice for Co. Limerick) and George Kenny, B.L.

  • Brosnan, John, Templeglantine, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, interred at Abbeyfeale.

  • Keane, Margaret, 56 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 06/01/1943, sub-postmistress, Athlunkard Street, Limerick; found drowned in the Shannon at Coonagh West; interred at Mount St. Lawrence [Death notice 01/09/1943].

  • O’Keeffe, Mary (of St. Thomas), Sister, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, native of Kilcrea, Co. Cork, Assistant Superior in the Good Shepherd Convent, Limerick; interred in the Convent grounds.

  • Bennett, Velia, Lisseux, Rosanna, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, native of Limerick, died 7thJanuary 1943; daughter of Nellie Hartigan and the late J.P. Hartigan (auctioneer and  racing official, Limerick); interred at Mount St. Lawrence [Death notice 01/09/1943].

  • Quin, Richard (Dick), 32 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, died 7thJanuary 1943; principal of Messrs. Richard Quin and Sons (garage proprietors);  interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice, 09/01/1943]

  • Foster, Alfred, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Mitchell, George, 15 Dixon’s Place, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Hayes, Bryan, Doon, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943.

  • Frawley, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 09/01/1943.

  • Darcy, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, brother of John and William Darcy.

  • Dalton, Timothy, Dromagurrane, Clounlehard, Ballyhahill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 09/01/1943, aged 27; uncle, Paddy Dalton killed by Crown Forces during the War of Independence, [death notice 01/23/1943].

  • Ryan, Cornelius, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/01/1943, late Secretary and Director, Messrs. E. O’Callaghan and Sons, Ltd. (City Tannery, Limerick);  interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [obituary 01/23/1943].

  • Ryan, Patrick L. Russelstown House, Monard, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 13/01/1943, auctioneer and cattle dealer.

  • Bruce, Alexander, 13 Villiers Square, Limerick Leader 13/01/1943, died 12th January 1943; interred at St. Munchin’s.

  • Myers, Catherine, 4 Clontarf Place, Limerick Leader 13/01/1943, aged 52; associated with independence movement (sister of Dan Breen, T.D.).

  • Casey, Patrick, Ballyhea, Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 16/01/1943.

  • Raleigh, Thomas, North Strand, Limerick Leader 16/01/1943, died 14th January; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Meade, Mary, Shanballa, Kilcornan, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 16/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Murphy, John, Brother, Limerick Leader 16/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes.

  • Barry, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 16/01/1943, father of Mr. D. Barry; votes of sympathy notes.

  • Bindon, Mary (Ms.), 2 Lower Mallow Street, Limerick Leader 18/01/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence

  • O’Byrne, John, Fern Hill, Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/01/1943, worked at Limerick Steamship Co.; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Cruise, Frank J, Limerick Leader 20/01/1943, killed in English South-East coast raid aged 46.

  • Sister Mary (of St. Kieran), Convent of Marie Reparatrice, Limerick, Limerick Leader 20/01/1943, native of Ballyhahill, Co. Limerick.

  • Ellison, Maurice, Roche’s Street, Limerick Leader 25/01/1943, jeweller.

  • Mullins, Martin, Shanavah, Ballysimon, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, aged 60; retired farmer; found drowned Coonagh.

  • Barrett, Mary, Knocknasna , Abbeyfeale, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, aged 90; interred at St. Mary’s Cemetery.

  • O’Loughlin, Joseph, 40 St. Ita Street, Island Field, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Lysaght, Eamon, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, votes of sympathy notes .

  • Frawley, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, brother of Brother  D. Frawley; acknowledgement notice.

  • Donovan, (male) Mr, Gurtavacoosh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, father of John and Patrick Donovan; votes of sympathy notes.

  • Moloney, (female), Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, daughter of Mr. A. Moloney;  Votes of sympathy notes.

  • Rea, P. J. (native of Kilfinane), Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, teacher; playwright; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Dillon, Margaret, 2 Adelaide Terrace, (residence of dau., Mrs. Behan), Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, dau. of John Arthur and Bridget O’Grady.

  • Murphy, Mary Agatha, Mother, St. Mary’s Convent, Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, native of Ardpatrick, member of the Mercy Order; worked in Mary Immaculate College; interred in grounds of St. Mary’s Convent.

  • Ryan, William, Clonbonny, Newport, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, attached to the sixth battalion, Old I.R.A.

  • Hassett, William, Castleroberts, Adare, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, aged 92; interred in Croom.

  • Bonfield, John, Burgess, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 30/01/1943, aged 39; died as a result of head injuries sustained when knocked down by lorry while cycling (at Ballywilliam, near Birdhill).

  • O’Brien, Helen (Ms.), Knockbrack, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943, aged 19; camogie player with Limerick and Ahane; interred at Raheen.

  • Tierney, John, Knocklong, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943, aged 52, died as a result of head injuries following accident at Ballyclough Cold Storage Plant [inquest report, 06/02/1943]

  • O’Malley, John, St. Bridget’s Avenue, Island Field, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943, aged 28.

  • O’Dwyer, Ellen, 8 Davis Street, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943, native of Foynes, Co. Limerick, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Jordan, male, 26 O’Callaghan Avenue, Kileely, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Kenny, Rosalie, 2 Alphonsus Terrace, Limerick Leader 03/02/1943, aged  17; dau. of Jack C. Kenny; interred at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice 02/03/1943]

  • Connolly, Mary, Newgate Place, off Nicholas Street (residence of dau., Mrs. Bromwell), Limerick Leader 03/02/1943, died from injuries sustained from falling down stairs.

  • Fitzgibbon, Patrick, Cullane, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 03/02/1943, compensation claim, drowned at Knocktoran, Co. Limerick on 22nd April 1942

  • O’Carroll, Canon, Rev, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, parish priest in Glin.

  • Carroll, Jeremiah, Ballaugh, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, interred in the Abbey cemetery, Abbeyfeale.

  • O’Halloran, Martha M, Auburn Villas, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Neiland, Mary Margaret (Ms.), Farranshone, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Moloney, Kathleen, Ballysimon, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943.

  • O’Malley, John Joseph, 3 Cliftonville, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, late of Roche’s Street.

  • Leahy,Dorothy, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, dau. of Patrick O’Gorman (Thurles, Co. Tipperary); wife of Jack Leahy (Principal of Knockea National School); interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Collopy, John, 22 Pennywell, Limerick Leader 06/02/1943, associated with St. Patrick’s Hurling Club; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Doherty, Austin, Fanore, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 08/02/1943, aged 27; struck by lightning while driving horse.

  • Johnston, Charles J. 8 County View Terrace, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 10/02/1943, employed with the E.S.B.; associated with independence movement; interred at Mount St. Lawrence [obituary 10/02/1943].

  • McMahon, Daniel, Tullyleague, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, aged 32; farmer; interred at Kilfergus.

  • Hayes, James, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, native of Hospital, Limerick, clerk.

  • Fitzgerald, Rev. Canon, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, parish priest.

  • Mason,Thomas, 60 New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, died in England.

  • Moore, Joseph, 118 St. Ita Street, St. Mary’s Park, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, died in action in North Africa.

  • Cullinane, J. Male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 13/02/1943

  • Hurley, Jeremiah, T.D., Limerick Leader 13/02/1943

  • Donovan, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, father of Dan Donovan.

  • Lane, John, Castleroberts, Adare, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, interred at Clounanna Cemetery, [death notice 02/20/1943].

  • Punch, Sean, Rosbrien, Limerick Leader 15/02/1943, aged 22; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [obituary 02/27/1943]

  • Tuohy, Michael, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943, ambulance driver; member of Old I.R.A.

  • Carroll, Patrick J. 13 Clarke Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943, fireman (Great Southern Railways); son of Mr. D. Carroll; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Clement, Florence Ethel, Bath, Somerset, England, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943, died in Bristol, England; dau. of late John Vickery, Limerick.

  • Keane, Hanora, 38/39 Wickham Street, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Cavanagh, Margaret, 2 St. Francis Place, Thomond Dwellings, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943.

  • McDonagh, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 20/02/1943, brother of William McDonagh.

  • Nunan, Patrick, Limerick Leader 20/02/1943.

  • Reid, Michael, 22 Sir Harry’s Mall, Limerick Leader 22/02/1943, pig dealer; interred at Mount St. Lawrence [acknowledgement note, 06/03/1943]

  • Ryan, Rev. Dean, Limerick Leader 22/02/1943, Dean of Cashel.

  • Hobbs, Henry, 32 John Street, Limerick Leader 22/02/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Shea, Thomas, 32 Prospect Hill, Limerick Leader 24/02/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Reidy, Anastasia (Ms.), Port Hotel, Victoria Road, Cork, Limerick Leader 27/02/1943, native of Rathkeale, proprietress of the Port Hotel; interred at St. Finbarr’s Cemetery, Cork.

  • Barry, Edward, William Street, Limerick Leader 01/03/1943, anniversary; died in Mungret.

  • Fitzsimon, James, Glanville, Summerhill, Cork, Limerick Leader 01/03/1943, native of Knocklong, Co. Limerick. 

  • O’Halloran, John, 22 Bowman Street, Limerick Leader 03/03/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Punch, Teresa (Ms.), 7 Newenham Street, Limerick Leader 06/03/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Smyth, Ann, 4 Swanson Terrace, Limerick Leader 06/03/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Naughton, (female) Mrs. Kilbradran, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/03/1943, wife of Thomas Naughton.

  • O’Callaghan, Hannie, Inch St. Lawrence, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/03/1943.

  • Walsh, Mary Bridget (May), Wolfe Tone Terrace, Limerick Leader 06/03/1943.

  • Harty, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 06/03/1943, father of John Harty.

  • Murphy, Maura, Richmond Hospital, Dublin, Limerick Leader 08/03/1943, dau. of J. J. Murphy, Castletroy, Limerick; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Wickham, Helen, The Crescent (residence of dau., Mrs. Horne), Limerick Leader 08/03/1943.

  • Meehan, Thomas, Sandmall, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, French polisher (trade) employed by Messrs. Pigott and Co.; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Dea, Patrick, Lower Main Street, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, decorative artist and building construction designer; interred at the New Cemetery, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick.

  • Carmody, Peter, Aherina, Kilmore, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943.

  • Hamilton, Alice, Ballyrobin, Ardagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, nee Mulcaire.

  • McMahon, Delia, 13 Piggott’s Place, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943.

  • Collopy, (female), Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, dau. of Mr. J. Collopy.

  • Cahill, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, wife of Mr. P. Cahill.

  • Clohessy, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, uncle of Michael Clohessy.

  • Clarke, Catherine, 18 Lelia Street, Limerick Leader 13/03/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Murphy, Richard, Rev. Limerick Leader 15/03/1943, priest; interred at Mount St. Alphonsus.

  • MacDonagh, John P. 8 Park View, Limerick Leader 20/03/1943, member of well known literary and journalistic family; formerly an official of the Limerick Employment Exchange; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Nolan, Christopher F., England, Limerick Leader 22/03/1943, native of Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, aged 50; died in a raid on a town in east England.

  • Sheedy, Michael, 20 Island View Terrace, (residence of dau.), Limerick Leader 24/03/1943, interred at Doonass.

  • Stack, James, Limerick Leader 24/03/1943, aged 78; retired teacher (worked in Brosna, Co. Kerry).

  • Mullane, P., Mrs. Lower Athea, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, aged 101.

  • John Powell, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, employed at the Lansdowne Factory; interred at Kileely Cemetery.

  • Ryan, J. H. Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, former worker at Messrs. Ranks; played rugby with Bohemians; thought to have been killed in North Africa.

  • Geary, Hannah, Main Street, Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • Hanly, Agnes, Ballinvira House, Croagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, dau. of late Edward O’Connor, Knockdromin, Croagh, Co.Limerick; interred at the New Cemetery, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, [death notice 27/03/1943]. 

  • Naughton, (female) Mrs. The Avenue, Adare, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • O’Donnell, (female) Mrs. Church Street, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, wife of Frank O’Donnell.

  • O’Halloran, Sheila, New Road, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • O’Sullivan, Bridget (Ms.), 15 Connolly Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • Barkman, James, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, brother of Richard Barkman.

  • McEnery, Jeremiah J. Sartoville, Glasheen Road, Cork, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, retired draper.

  • Creagh, (male) Mr. Highmount, Feenagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • Giltinane, Hanora (Ms.), Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, father of Robert Cunninghalm.

  • Cronin, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, mother of Patrick Cronin 

  • McConkey, (male), Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, son of Alec McConkey.

  • McCormack, Daniel, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, brother of Patrick McCormack.

  • Lonergan, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, brother of William Lonergan.

  • McNamara, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, father of Patrick McNamara.

  • Butler, (male) Mr. Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, father of George Butler, 

  • O’Dwyer, Ellen (Mrs), Davis Street, Limerick Leader 13/02/1943, mother of M. J. O’Dwyer.

  • Fitzgerald, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 27/03/1943.

  • Wallace, John, Ballyguiltenane, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/03/1943, farmer (member of the Wallace family of Tullyleague, Glin); interred at Kilfergus Cemetery.

  • McCormack, Luke, Skehanagh, Clarecastle, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 29/03/1943, aged 84; farmer.

  • McLoughlin, Mary St. Ebba, Sister, Convent of Marie Reparatrice, Limerick, Limerick Leader 29/03/1943, born of Irish parents in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, aged 70; member of Reparation Order; worked in America.

  • Hartigan, Martin George, Captain, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Engand (& Tarbrook, Croom, Co. Limerick), Limerick Leader 29/03/1943, horse trainer.

  • Murphy, (female) Mrs. Caherhayes, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 31/03/1943, aged 98; wife of Denis Murphy.

  • Behan, (female) Mrs. Ballyhahill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 31/03/1943, wife of Roger Behan; interred at Kilfergus.

  • Daly, Bernie (nee Gleeson), 39 O’Dwyer Villas, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 03/04/1943.

  • Moore, Christina, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 03/04/1943.

  • O’Sullivan (family member), 5 Sarsfield Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 03/04/1943.

  • Loughman, Mary, Foilmacduff, Hollyford, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 05/04/1943, aged 107; died  at home of dau., Mrs. M. Tuohy, Annacarty, Co. Tipperary.

  • Shanahan, Thomas, Carheeney House, Kildimo, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 07/04/1943, died 6th April 1943; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Guilfoyle, Sean, Dublin, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, fought in Boland’s Mill in 1916 Rising; Colonel in Free State Army; official with the E.S.B. in Limerick.

  • Butler, James, 6 St. Joseph’s Place, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, jeweller at 10 Cecil Street, Limerick; was last living relative of Rev. Dr. George Butler, Catholic Bishop of Limerick.

  • Ryan, Bridget, Milford House, Castletroy, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, widow of John Ryan, Patrick Street, Limerick;  died on the 7th April 1943 aged 99; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Fennessy, John, Woodroad, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943.

  • Fitzgibbon (family member), Teenahilla, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943.

  • Nolan (family member), Carhenny, Kildimo, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943.

  • Sheehan, James, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943.

  • Boyce, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, father of P. Boyce, Ballytigue, Bruree, Co. Limerick.

  • McNamara, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, wife of J. J. McNamara.

  • Long, male, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, father of Jimmy Long, Feenagh, Co. Limerick.

  • Flynn, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, brother of J. Flynn.

  • Hanley, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, related to Michael Hanley.

  • Naughton, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, wife of John Naughton.

  • Lonergan, Hannah (Ms.), Garryarthur, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/04/1943, aged 79; farmer.

  • Brown, Florence Christian, Limerick Leader 14/04/1943, wife of Andrew Brown, Messrs. Todd & Co., Ltd.

  • Mangan, Patrick J. Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, post office worker in Clonmel and Limerick; died 15thApril 1943 aged 25; interred at Kilfergus Cemetery.

  • McNamara, Mary, 24 Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, died 15thApril 1943; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Costello(e), Dennis, Mulderricksfield, Borrigone, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943.

  • Healy, Elizabeth, Park Bridge House, Corbally, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943.

  • Murphy, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, mother of Sean Murphy, Coolagown, Co. Limerick.

  • Collins, Tim, Garryduff, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, volunteer with Killoughteen I.D.F.

  • Williams,male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 17/04/1943.

  • Lynch, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, wife of Patrick Lynch.

  • McDonogh, Shelia, Rosbrien House, Limerick Leader 21/04/1943, child; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Gleeson, Philip, Verona Villas, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 24/04/1943, Manager Cannoch & Co.

  • O’Kelly, Johanna, Limerick Leader 24/04/1943.

  • O’Dea, M. Bartrand, Sister, Convent of Mercy, Ballinasloe, Galway, Limerick Leader 24/04/1943, formerly Miltown, Kilteely, Co. Limerick.

  • Whelen, Mrs. T. Station Road, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 24/04/1943, aged 93; interred at Abbey burial ground.

  • Hickey, Peter, Rev. Manchester, England (native of Kilfinny, Co. Limerick), aged 73; member of Franciscan Order; spent two years in hospital following injuries sustained duringan air raid; interred at Moston Cemetery, Manchester.

  • Shanahan, Gertrude, Sister, Woodlock, Portlaw, Co.Waterford, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, originally from St. Mary’s Place, Limerick, of the Order of St. Joseph of Cluny; spent 8 years as a missionary in Sierra Leone, West Africa; funeral took place in Convent Grounds, Portlaw.

  • Tubridy, Stephen, Janemount, Corbally, aged 84; founder of Stephen Tubridy Ltd. (flour and provender merchants);  interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Boyce, Margaret (Babe), Ross Mills, Ballyagran, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/04/1943, nee Geary; aged 50; interred at Shandrum Cemetery [obituary, 01/05/1943].

  • Hyland, John, Mount Pleasant, College Road, Cork, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, native of Co. Limerick, aged c. 80; manager of Cork branch of Messrs. E. O’ Callaghan & Sons leather firm; member of Limerick Commercial football team (All-Ireland winners 1887).

  • Hamilton, Robert, George, 8 Victoria Terrace, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, died following an accident.

  • Keogh, Michael, Mallow Street, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, late of Ranks, Ltd.; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Quin, Peter, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Wallace, Michael, Tullyleague, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943.

  • Cunningham, John, Raheenagh, Co.Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943.

  • Maher, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, mother of Denis Maher.

  • Crosse, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 01/05/1943.

  • O’Brien, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, brother of Mr. P. O’Brien, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick.

  • Danaher, Nora, Woodcliffe, Loughill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943.

  • O’Farrell, Catherine, Ballynash, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943.

  • O’Brien-Moran, Jennie, Doonass, Clonlara, Limerick [sic], wife of Hugh O’Brien-Moran; dau of Edward J. McDermott, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon; interred at Mount St. Lawrence(see also report 08/05/1943).

  • Carey, George, Roxtown Terrace, Limerick Leader 03/05/1943, had involvementwith events of Easter Week, 1916.

  • Herr, Patrick J., Bruff, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943, merchant.

  • Roche, Elizabeth, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/05/1943 (see also report 15/05/1943).

  • Patton, Rt. Rev. Dr., Clarisford Avenue, Killaloe, Limerick Leader 05/05/1943, Church of Ireland Bishop of Killaloe.

  • O’Kelly, female (Mrs.), Kiltanna, Knockaderry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 05/05/1943, d. at home of dau., Mrs. Joe Quaid; (formerly of Killaculleen, Tournafulla, Co. Limerick), nee Lane , widow of late Denis O’Kelly; interred at Monagea.

  • McDonnell, Tom, Lansdowne Park, Limerick Leader 08/05/1943, inspector of the New Ireland Assurance Company; interred at St. Munchin’s.

  • Dore, M. Etna, Sister, Convent of Mercy, Birr, Limerick Leader 05/05/1943, formerly of Glin, Co. Limerick.

  • Degnan, Agnes, Clonroadmore, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 05/05/1943, interred at Dromcliffe Cemetery, Ennis

  • O’ Connor, Theresa (Ms.), Foynes, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 12/05/1943, teacher in Mount Trenchard N.S.; interred at Knockpatrick.

  • O’ Sullivan, Lilly, 18 County View Terrace, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 12/05/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Bennett, Thomas Brodie, Miltown House, Bruff, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, horse racer and breeder.

  • Kenny, Timothy, 6 Denmark Street, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, (sister’s residence), interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Byrnes, Margaret, 5 Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, acknowledgement notices.

  • Glenny, Bridget, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, acknowledgement notices.

  • Dillon, male, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, son of Joseph Dillon, votes of sympathy notices.

  • Nolan, James, Croom, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 19/05/1943, native of Pallaskenry, tailor; drowned in the river Maigue, aged 34.

  • Cavanagh, Gilbert, Upper Church Street, Tipperary, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 19/05/1943, captain of famous Bohercrowe football team (All-Ireland champions 1888 & 1889).

  • Fitzgerald, Eileen (Ms.), Foynes, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, interred at Robertstown Cemetery.

  • Reals, Christopher, 2 Nolan’s Cottages, St. Mary’s, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, employee of Limerick Gas Works; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Dynan, Alice, O’Halloran’s Range, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Griffin, Mary, Ashbourne Avenue, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, acknowledgement notices.

  • O’Shea, male (Mr.), Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, father of William J. O’Shea, Ballingaddy, Co. Limerick,acknowledgement notice.

  • Phayer, female, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, daughter of Christopher Phayer, votes of sympathy notice.

  • Glasgow, Ragnaill, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, son of Frank Glasgow, votes of sympathy notice.

  • Waters, John R. The Crescent, Ardglass, Co. Down, Limerick Leader 22/05/1943, son of  late Michael Waters, shipping contractor, Limerick; interred at Ardglass.

  • O’Brien, Willie, United States, Limerick Leader 05/06/1943, native of Ballycorney, Killaloe, Co. Clare.

  • Furnell, George Oswald Michael, Major,  Ballymurphy, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 07/06/1943, note re. will, 18th Royal Irish Regiment; died 15th October 1942.

  • Curtin, Maurice, Ballybehy, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 12/06/1943, [votes of sympathy note, 07/17/1943].

  • Cosgreave, John T., Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 12/06/1943, solicitor; interred at St. Mary’s, Rathkeale.

  • Rowe, Robert, 5 The Crescent, Limerick Leader 12/06/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Hogan, Margaret, Prince’s Highway, Narre-Warren, Victoria, Australia, Limerick Leader 12/06/1943, nee Noonan; aged 82; widow of Thomas Hogan (South Circular Road, Limerick; interred at Donohill Cemetery); dau of Jeremiah Noonan (Toomaline, Doon); worked in dairying industry.

  • Coyne, Thomas, Corp. Galway, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943, drowned at Shannon Airport, Rineanna, Co. Clare (body not recovered).

  • Ryan, Dan, Lissard, Galbally, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943, aged 33; interred at Emly Cemetery.

  • Murphy, Teresa, Prague Ville, Castletroy, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Moloney, Margaret, Cappagh, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943.

  • Normoyle, Patrick, The Mall, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943, interred at Kilfergus Cemetery.

  • Sheehy, Kathleen, Bridge House, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 19/06/1943.

  • Lysaght, Lena, Killeely, Limerick Leader 23/06/1943, aged 7, drowned at Donnellan’s bank on the Shannon.

  • Murphy, Gerard, Erin Street, Kilkee, Co. Clare, found in river at Corbally

  • O’Brien, Mary John, Sister, Convent of Mercy, Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, native of Rossfinch, Ballinahinch, Newport, Co. Tipperary, aged 86.

  • Earls, Francis, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, acknowledgement notice [vote of sympathy note, 03/07/1943].

  • Garvey, Mr., 4 Sheep Street, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Hackett, Therese, Newtown, Clonlara, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, acknowledgement notice.

  • Fitzpatrick, Jerry, Croom, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, Station Master at Limerick junction; 3rd Tipperary Brigade, I.R.A.; interred in Tipperary, ll 06 26 1943

  • Barrett, Elizabeth, 2 Roche’s Street, Limerick Leader 28/06/1943, 3rd Anniversary – died 29thJune 1940, in memoriam notice.

  • Dillane, Mrs. Killeaney, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/06/1943, wife of Matthew Dillane.

  • Moher, Mary, Knockcommane, Kilbehenny, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/06/1943, found dead, aged c.63.

  • O’ Sullivan, Patrick, Kildimo, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 03/07/1943, aged 86; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Doyle, Mary Bridget, Bayside Hills, Long Island, New York, Limerick Leader 03/07/1943, native of St. Mary’s Parish, (Turner and Kirby families), died 5th May 1943; interred at St. John’s Cemetery, Bayside Hills, Long Island.

  • Clear, John J. 3 Hartstonge Street, Limerick Leader 03/07/1943, building contractor; interred at Mount St. Lawrence. 

  • Fitzgerald, William, Ballydoole, Kildimo, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 03/07/1943, aged 3, son of Thomas Fitzgerald (stone-mason), died following domestic accident.

  • O’Shaughnessy, John, Brooklyn, New York, Limerick Leader 05/07/1943, native of Limerick.

  • Leahy, Betty (Ms.), Beenaspug, Athea, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 05/07/1943, interred at Knockanure Cemetery.

  • Heffernan, Michael, Clare Street, Limerick Leader 07/07/1943, died in Liverpool, England, brass moulder; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Carton, Jane Elizabeth, England, Limerick Leader 07/07/1943, people came from near Rathkeale, aged 60; killed in a raid on the west coast of England.

  • O’Dywer, Bridget, Rossa Villas, Garryowen, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943, wife of Patrick O’Dwyer; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kenny, Joseph, 37 Thomas Street, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943, employed with Messrs. C. Thompson and Sons, undertakers, Thomas Street; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • White, Joseph George, Constable, 5 Prince’s Avenue, Wood Green, London, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943, late R.I.C. and Sergt. Irish Guards.

  • O’ Farrell, Edward, Muldericksfield, Borrigone, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943, father of Ms. L. O’Farrell.

  • O’Shaughnessy, Denis, Ballylin, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943.

  • O’ Connor, Daniel, Merlyn Park, Dublin, Limerick Leader 10/07/1943, native of Limerick, aged 77; managing director of Messrs. Dan O’Connor, Ltd., Upper William Street, Limerick; a founding member of Shannon Rowing Club; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Lynch, Edmond "Son", Moig, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 12/07/1943, interred at Abbey Burial Ground, Askeaton.

  • Byrne, Leo, 19 Lower Hartstonge Street, Limerick Leader 17/07/1943, worked in Shannon Foundry.

  • McManus, Rosie, 19 Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Leader 17/07/1943.

  • McInerney, Lena, 3 Andrews Gardens, Clancy Strand, Limerick Leader 17/07/1943.

  • Hartigan, Lizzie (Ms.), Boher House, Bruff, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/07/1943.

  • Leonard, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 17/07/1943, sister of Mr. J. Clancy, Meanus, Co. Limerick.

  • O’Shaughnessy, (male), Loughill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 17/07/1943, lost at sea.

  • Mullins, Annie (Ms.), 9 Wolfe Tone Terrace, Limerick Leader 19/07/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Murphy, Ethel, Mrs. 3 Swanson Terrace, O’ Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 19/07/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Hartigan, Nellie, Limerick Leader 19/07/1943, wife of late J. P. Hartigan (auctioneer and racing official); interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Halpin, Ellen, Alexandra Terrace, Limerick Leader 19/07/1943.

  • Cassidy, Gerard, Rosemount, Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 22/07/1943, aged 20; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Hughes, Honora, Mrs. 16 Newenham Street, Limerick Leader 22/07/1943, late of 9 Alphonsus Place, Limerick, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Cotter, Mary, Mrs., Ballytigue, Bruree, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 20/07/1943.

  • Buckner, Michael, Luton, Bedfordshire, England, Limerick Leader 20/07/1943, late of 10 Cecil Street, interred at Mount St. Lawrence [death notice, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943]

  • Higgins, Mary Ann, Ballinvana, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943, interred in Athneasy.

  • O’Donnell, Michael, 29 McDonagh Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Hynes, James, Howardstown, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943

  • Lawlor, Esther (Ms.), 14 Downey Street, Killalee, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943.

  • Morgan, (forename unstated), Limerick Leader 24/07/1943.

  • McCarthy, Mai (Ms.), Cuana Keen, North Strand, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943.

  • Hartigan, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 24/07/1943, wife of Jack Hartigan.

  • Kennedy, (forename unstated), Gregane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943.

  • Hogan, John, Knockeen, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 24/07/1943.

  • Tucker, female (Mrs.), Limerick Leader 24/07/1943, mother of Joseph Tucker.

  • Kelly, John J. Rev. Templeglantine, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 26/07/1943, aged 73; parish priest, previously curate in Newcastle West; noted Irish scholar and involved in independence movement; worked at St. Munchin’s College, [tribute, 07/08/1943].

  • O’Connell, Michael, 6 Block, Prospect, Limerick Leader 26/07/1943, clarinet player with the original Boherbuoy Band.

  • Lyons, Thomas J. Cregane, Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 26/07/1943, farmer; interred at Anhid graveyard, Croom, Co. Limerick.

  • Ryan, William, Ballytarsna Cross, Limerick Leader 31/07/1943, interred in Doon.

  • Hartigan, Diarmuid, Nairobi, West Africa, Limerick Leader 31/07/1943, died in an air boat crash at Mount Brandon, Dingle, Co. Kerry; grandson of the late Dr. Hartigan, Tarbrook, Croom, Co. Limerick; interred at Bruff, Co. Limerick.

  • O’Brien, Christina, Mrs. 6 Bank Place, Limerick, Limerick Leader 31/07/1943.

  • O’Shaughnessy, (family member), Mungret, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 31/07/1943.

  • Moran, Annie, Mrs. 3 Mount Vincent Cottages, Limerick, Limerick Leader 31/07/1943, aunt of John, Thomas and Oliver Brown.

  • Keneally, W. (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 31/07/1943, brother-in-law of John Culloty.

  • McMahon, Patrick, Nicholas Street, Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/08/1943, father of Mrs. Jeannie Lynch, Upper Carey’s Road, Limerick; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Donoghue, Patrick J. Patrickswell, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 04/08/1943, farmer; died aged 22 after having been attacked by bull.

  • Condon, Timothy, Limerick Leader 07/08/1943, retired teacher (principal at Knocknagorna N.S.).

  • Byrne, L., (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 07/08/1943.

  • Boland, John, 21 Watergate, Limerick, Limerick Leader 07/08/1943.

  • Dundon, James, Private, Ballynacally, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 09/08/1943, aged 21; soldier.

  • Cahill, Patrick, City Courthouse, Limerick, Limerick Leader 09/08/1943, Civil Bill officer (Limerick City Court); died aged 56 following a bicycle accident; interred in Parteen.

  • Lynch, William, Henry Street, Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/08/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Cahill, James J. Chicago, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 14/08/1943, (formerly of Ballinlough, Kilteely, Co. Limerick), engaged  in real estate business in Chicago ll 08 14 1943 2 (583 Kb)

  • Gould, John Michael, 1 Belle View Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943, retired chief accountant with Messrs. O’Mara, Ltd., Limerick; associated with United Ireland League movement; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Henihan, Bridget, Mrs., Fort House, Carey’s Road, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943, wife of Martin Henihan; sister of Rev. R. Ferguson, S.C., California; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Frawley, (female) Mrs. Clenagh, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943.

  • McMahon, Patrick, 28 Henry Street, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943.

  • Shanahan, Patrick, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943.

  • Leahy, James Patrick, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943, son of Jack Leahy, Ballinagarde, Ballyneety, Co. Limerick; member of famous sporting family.

  • Power, John, Feenagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 14/08/1943, retired teacher (principal at Feenagh N.S.).

  • Reen, Timothy, 55 Old Clare Street, Limerick Leader 16/08/1943 aged 45, lorry driver (Great Southern Railways); found drowned in the Shannon near Lanahrone at a place known as Shannon Meadows (see also report 18/08/1943 ll 08 18 1943 (477 Kb)).

  • Barrington, Charles, Sir, Fairthorne Manor, Botley, Hampshire, England, Limerick Leader 16/08/1943, (formerly of Glenstal Castle, Co. Limerick), aged 95; associated with Barrington’s Hospital;High Sheriff of Co. Limerick (1877); it was said that he introduced game of rugby to Ireland.

  • Bergin, Michael, Connolly Street, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 18/08/1943, life-long friend of Eamon de Valera (whom he knew since childhood in Bruree, Co. Limerick); father of late John Bergin (who was killed by British Forces in 1921) and Joseph Bergin (All-Ireland footballer).

  • O’Connor, Daniel, Lower Athea, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943.

  • Cassidy, Andrew Francis, native of Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, killed in air raid on an English south coast town aged c.50.

  • Maher, Thomas, Grangebeg, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, farmer aged 57; died after attack from bull.

  • Rowan, Michael, 16 Clarke Avenue, Janesboro, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, member of G.P.O. engineering staff.

  • Anslow, M., Mrs. Caherdavin, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943.

  • Harty, (female) Ms. Rossmoyne, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943.

  • O’Kane, (family member), Bottomstown, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943. 

  • Bray, Elizabeth, Kilgariffe, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, aunt of Patrick Campbell, Towerhill, Cappamore, Co. Limerick.

  • Bourke, Joseph, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, brother of Mr. D. Bourke, T.D.

  • Naughton, John, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943.

  • Brown, Elizabeth, Effin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943.

  • Ryan, Patrick (Kerig), Blackboy Pike, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 21/08/1943, enlisted in Irish Volunteer Army  in 1913; member of City Battalion at Killonan on Easter Sunday, 1916; played with Lansdowne R.F.C. in 1912 and 1913; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • White, William, Grallagh, Bansha, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 23/08/1943, aged 30; South Tipperary County Council employee; killed when struck byfragment of tree when blasting its roots.

  • Mitchell, Joseph, England (native of Co. Limerick), Limerick Leader 25/08/1943, son of late Michael Mitchell, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick and nephew of Mr. E.J. Mitchell (auctioneer), Hospital, Co. Limerick.

  • Bourke, Michael J. 43 Roxboro Road, Limerick Leader 28/08/1943, employee of Great Southern Railways; brother of Mr. D. Bourke, T.D.; involved in national movement; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Connor, (female) Mrs. St. Senan’s Terrace, Kilkee, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 28/08/1943, native of Ballyferriter, Dingle, Co. Kerry, wife of Tadhg O’Connor, nee Manning; Irish scholar (involved in compiling Father McKenna’s English–Irish dictionary; taught at St. Xavier’s Convent Secondary School, Kilrush, Co. Clare;  interred at Dunurlin Cemetery, Ballyferriter.

  • Tobin, Thomas, Main Street, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 28/08/1943, associated with Kilfinane G.A.A.; interred in grounds of St. Andrew’s Church, Kilfinane.

  • Hayes, Johnny, Ballinvana, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 28/08/1943, played full back with Staker Wallace hurling team; interred in Emlygrennan, Co. Limerick.

  • Wilson, Hannah, Mrs. Chapel Street, Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 28/08/1943, licensed trader; interred at Holy Cross Cemetery.

  • O’Neill, Mike, Utah, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 30/08/1943, born in Dublin in 1876, emigrated to U.S.A. in 1904; owned uranium mines in Utah; relatives in Doonbeg, Co. Clare.

  • Hannan, Frances, Mrs., Limerick Leader 30/08/1943, daughter of Charles Moore.

  • O’Keeffe, James, Querrin, Kilrush , Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 30/08/1943, aged 61; fisherman; drowned in the Shannon at Foynes, Co. Limerick (along with Archie McFarland from Schull, Co. Cork).

  • McNamara, Birdie (Ms.), 1 Dock Road, Limerick Leader 01/09/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Tomkins, John, 15 Upper Cecil Street, Limerick Leader 01/09/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kennedy, Michael, Eyon, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/09/1943, aged 60; employee of Michael McCarthy, Cahercorney (farmer);died following accident in horse and cart while drawing hay in Herbertstown district; interred in Ludden Cemetery.

  • Hayes, William, Richill, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, aged 16; drowned in bog hole at Mackey’s bog, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick; interred in Castleconnell Cemetery.

  • de la Poer, John Piers, India, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, formerly of Gurteen La Poer, Co. Tipperary, son of late Count de la Poer.

  • Finlay, William, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, native of Tipperary, general manager of Condensed Milk Co., (Ireland) Ltd., Limerick; had sustained serious injuries after falling from the roof of boiler room in factory shortly before his passing; leading authority on dairying (lectured at U.C.C.); member of South Tipperary Brigade during war of independence; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kirby, John, 2 Howley’s Quay, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • O’Shea, Laurence, Commons, Ballysimon, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • Purcell, Mary, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • Quin, Elizabeth, 29 O’Connell Street, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • Delaney, Joseph C., Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, (died 30th August 1942).

  • Hannon, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, wife of Mr. K. Hannon.

  • Hanrahan, Mary, Mrs. 1 Reeve’s Path, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • Madigan, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, father of Gerragh Madigan.

  • Fitzgerald, Frances, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943.

  • Broderick, Mary Mangan, Convent Terrace, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, native of Kerry, aged 65; wife of David M. Broderick (retired station master, G.S.R.); interred at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Abbeyfeale.

  • Mulcair, Michael, Ballylin, Croagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 06/09/1943, farmer; interred in the New Cemetery, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick.

  • O’ Connell, Mary Bridget, Sister, Good Shepherd Convent, Limerick Leader 08/09/1943, native of Co. Cork, member of Good Shepherd Order; interred in Convent Cemetery.

  • O’Quigley, Augustine, Father, St. Saviour’s Priory, Limerick Leader 08/09/1943, aged 85.

  • Madden, William, Dunvullen, Caherline, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 08/09/1943, employee of Caherconlish Co-Op Creamery; interred at Inch St. Lawrence Cemetery.

  • Leahy, (female) Mrs. Gortnagros (sic), Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/09/1943, widow of late John Leahy (farmer).

  • Kelly, James, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/09/1943, farmer; interred at Knockainey burial ground, [death notice 18/09/1943].

  • Bourke, P., Mr. Thomastown, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/09/1943, noted weight thrower and step-dancer.

  • Hickey, (female) Mrs. Newtown, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/09/1943, wife of Michael Hickey.

  • Kirby, Maria, Newtown, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/09/1943.

  • Ryan, Henry, Killeenagariff, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/09/1943.

  • Madden, M. Teresa, Mother, Presentation Convent, Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/09/1943, native of Parteen, Co. Clare, aged 89; member of Presentation Order; interred on grounds of Presentation Convent, Limerick.

  • Hennessy, Barthomew (sic), Private, Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/09/1943, soldier; died at Kilnamona near Ennis after a Bren gun carriage overturned.

  • Carey, Margaret, Clonmoney, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 15/09/1943, child; died following domestic fire accident.

  • MacMahon, Mae (Ms.), 14 Ellen Street, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943. 

  • Madigan, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, mother of Terence Madigan, Morenane, Askeaton, Co. Limerick.

  • Stubbins, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, mother of John Stubbins.

  • Downey, Patrick, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943.

  • Stanton, Michael, Rev. Anglesboro, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, interred in Anglesboro Church grounds.

  • McMahon, Philip, Killaloe, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, veteran of 1916 movement when he was a volunteer under Thomas Ashe (with whom he was arrested and sentenced to imprisonment); worked for Eamon de Valera in Killaloe district.

  • Gallagher, Mai, Mount Vincent, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 22/09/1943, nurse; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Carroll, P. S. Rev. Dublin, Limerick Leader 25/09/1943, aged 29; son of Thomas Carroll, Effin, Co. Limerick; worked as a priest in England and Dublin; interred in the grounds of the Parish Church, Effin.

  • Casey, P., Father, Ashroe, Newport, Co. Tipperary (sister’s residence), Limerick Leader 25/09/1943, son of late Mr. Thos. Casey, Pollough, Newport.

  • Ebrill, Thomas, Professor, Rank House, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, Limerick Leader 25/09/1943, member of Limerick family; Mount Melleray College (1902-1939); interred at Knockanore Cemetery.

  • Neville, Joseph, 5 St. Joseph’s Street, Limerick Leader 25/09/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Madigan, James, Derragh, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 25/09/1943.

  • McNamara, Ellen, Carnakella, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943.

  • Simpson, Thomas N. 10 Windmill Street, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943.

  • Costello, (female) Mrs, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, sister of Denis Toomey.

  • Flood, (female) Mrs. Newtown, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, widow of late Jim Flood (member of All-Ireland winning Kilfinane Hurling team); mother of Hugh Flood, Ballinagarde, Co. Limerick.

  • Hennessy, (male), Limerick Leader 18/09/1943, brother of Mr. J. Hennessy.

  • Hickey, Thomas, Clonshire, Adare, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 25/09/1943, aged 83; interred at Cregaune.

  • Carmody, Patrick, Annaghneal, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 27/09/1943, native of Kilbane, East Clare, aged 103; farmer; talented athlete and horseman in youth; survived by his wife aged 90.

  • MacGrath, Edmund J. 12 Mill Lane, Shoreham, Sussex, England, Limerick Leader 27/09/1943, late of Kilbarron, Co. Clare.

  • Ahern, Mary, Limerick Leader 27/09/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kelly, Rebecca Mary (May), 10 Wolfe Tone Street, Limerick Leader 29/09/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Bourke, Michael, Limerick Leader 29/09/1943, aged 5; drowned after falling into river at Arthur’s Quay.

  • Collingwood Curling, Charles Napier, Captain Richbell, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, interred at Churchtown Cemetery, Newcastle West.

  • McMahon, John, Tullyleague, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, farmer.

  • Coffey, Mary F. 5 Cecil Street, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943.

  • Hanley, Mary, Thornville, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943.

  • Nash, Timothy, 44 Bengal Terrace, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943.

  • Downes, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, mother of Mr. W. Downes.

  • Mannix, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, grandfather of Christy Mannix.

  • Culhane, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, father of Rev. T. Culhane.

  • O’Kelly, Denis, Rev. Shanid, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943, worked as a priest in England before returning home; brother of Mrs. Moylan and uncle of Denis Moylan (postmaster), Newcastle West, Co. Limerick.

  • Gleeson, Martin, Belvoir, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 02/10/1943.

  • Dwyer, William, Clonaspoe, Dundrum, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 06/10/1943, aged 64; found unconscious beside his bicycle at Rathcannon, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

  • O’Donovan, James, 5 Crescent Villas, Limerick, Limerick Leader 09/10/1943, licensed vintner, No.1 Lower Glentworth Street, Limerick; his family originally came from Shanagolden, Co. Limerick; supporter of nationalist movement; associated with Limerick Race Company; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Hogan, Alice M. 53 William Street, Limerick Leader 09/10/1943, aged 27; wife of Sergt. William Hogan (Garda Siochana); daughter of late Philip O’Donoghue; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [obituary 09/10/1943].

  • Barry, Josephine, Limerick Leader 11/10/1943, aged 7; died at Horse and Jockey Railway Station.

  • Massey, Denis Patrick, Limerick Leader 11/10/1943, aged 55; killed in a raid on an East of England town (parents came from near Adare, Co. Limerick).

  • McInerney, Catherine, Limerick Leader 11/10/1943, aged 19; daughter of John and Kathleen McInerney, 43 Bengal Terrace, Limerick; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Normile, John, 17 St. Canice Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, Limerick Leader 11/10/1943, native of Castlemahon, Co. Limerick, former Postmaster, G.P.O., Limerick; interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.

  • Hand, Mary Elizabeth, St. Joseph’s, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 13/10/1943, wife of Edward Matthew Hand (manager of Saxone Shoe Company, Limerick); interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 13/10/1943].

  • Reidy, Timothy, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, Canon, parish priest for Askeaton and Ballysteen (1915-1940); died 13th May 1940; buried in Askeaton Church grounds

  • Tierney, John, Dromcliffe, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, brother of Michael Tierney, Church Street, Ennis, Co. Clare.

  • Tierney, (female) Mrs., Church Street, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, wife of Michael Tierney.

  • Locke, Norman, Granville, Ballina, Co. Mayo, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, aged 13; pupil at Diocesan College, Ballina; son of Thomas C. and Nancy Locke; interred in Leigue Cemetery, Ballina.

  • Holmes, Bridget, 11 Boherbuoy, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Shaughnessy, John, 63 Edward Street, Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • McCarthy, Patrick, Strandville, Clancy’s Strand (residence of dau.), Limerick Leader 16/10/1943, former Sergeant (R.I.C.) stationed in Clare and Galway; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Gleeson, Bridget, 4 Upper Ellen Street, Limerick Leader 25/10/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kirk, William, Kildorrery, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 27/10/1943, farmer; died after being thrown from the pony cart he was driving.

  • O’Connor, Michael, Mullagh, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/10/1943, interred at Kilbradren Cemetery.

  • Murnane, Denis, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 27/10/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 13/11/1943].

  • O’Dea, Michael, Post Office Lane, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 27/10/1943, aged 78; tailor.

  • Elligott, (baby), 27 Thomas Street, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, child of Mrs. M. Elligott (13 months old); mother knocked down by horse drawn vehicle while carrying child at Bank Place, Limerick.

  • Brosnan, T. (male), Knocktoosh, Dromcollogher, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, aged 100; interred at Knawhill Cemetery, Co. Cork.

  • Jenny O'Brien, Gortadroma, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, aged 18; daughter Of Patrick O’Brien; struck by a lorry in Shanagolden.

  • Barry, (female) Mrs. Main Street, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, native of Cork City, nee O’ Leary; wife of Thomas Barry; interred at Ovens Cemetery, Co. Cork.

  • Fitzgerald, Catherine, Ballycurrane, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, wife of Edward Fitzgerald; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Creed, Michael J. Main Street, Bruff, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943.

  • Wallace, John, 8 Island View Terrace, Limerick Leader 30/10/1943, died at St. John’s Hospital aged 12; son of Mrs. Nan and the late Michael Wallace; pupil at C.B.S., Sexton Street, Limerick; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Fitzgibbon, John Edward (Sean), Limerick, Limerick Leader 01/11/1943, son of Edward Fitzgibbon, painter and decorator; brother of P.J. Fitzgibbon, journalist and dramatist; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • McCormack,Veronica, O’Curry Terrace, Limerick Leader 01/11/1943, dau. Of Patrick and Stella McCormack; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • McDonnell, Jack, 71 Lansdowne Park, Limerick Leader 03/11/1943, son of late Thomas McDonnell, Superintendent, National Assurance Co.; keen cricket and table tennis player (writer of ‘Cricket Notes’ column in Limerick Leader); interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [obituary 06/11/1943], [death notice 06/11/1943].

  • McNeice, Elizabeth, Weston House, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 03/11/1943, wife of Arthur McNeice; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Gorman, Philomena, Mother, Presentation Convent, Melbourne, Limerick Leader 03/11/1943, native of Scariff, Co. Clare, sister of Rev. O’Gorman, Sydney.

  • McGrath, Joseph, Rev. Mount Melleray Abbey, Co. Waterford, Limerick Leader 03/11/1943, aged 34; son of John McGrath, 47 Upper Clare Street, Limerick; member of Cistercian Order; interred in the Community Cemetery.

  • Lyons, James , 4 Creagh Place, off Mary Street, Limerick Leader 06/11/1943. ll 11 06 1943 3 (628 Kb)

  • McLoughlin, John, Limerick Leader 06/11/1943.

  • Purcell, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 06/11/1943, mother of Patrick and Michael Purcell.

  • infant, (male) unknown, Limerick Leader 06/11/1943, remains found in Groody River on the Dublin Road.

  • Harty, Delia (Ms.), Rossmoyne, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 08/11/1943, notice of will.

  • Culhane, Patrick, Rochester, New York, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 13/11/1943,  son of the late Patrick Culhane, Glin, Co. Limerick (captained trading boats plying on the Shannon).

  • Mortimer, Leonard, England (native of Foynes, Co. Limerick), Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, died in England as the result of an accident aged 30; son of the late Mr. A. Mortimer (former manager of the Foynes depot of the Anglo-American Oil Company); former employee of Messrs. J. And G. Boyd, Limerick; brother of Mrs. J. Hall (Limerick) and Mrs. G. Boyce (Waterford).

  • Healy, James, Corbally, Knocklong, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, aged 15; fell off horse-drawn cart. 

  • Gleeson, James, Rockspring House, North Strand, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, proprietor, White House, O’Connell Street, Limerick; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Shaughnessy, Mary (Polly), 111 Lower Henry Street, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Costello, George, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, rel. to Mrs. and Mr. James Costello, Hillside, Clarina, Co. Limerick.

  • Copues, James, 4 St. Joseph Terrace, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943.

  • Taylor, Harry, 9 Bedford Row, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943.

  • O’Sullivan, John, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, treasurer of Fianna Fail Cumann, Shanagolden.

  • Meehan, (male) Mr. Gortnacrehy, Kilmeedy, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, husband of Ellen Meehan; died as a result of injuries sustained when horse bolted while driving hay rake.

  • Conway, Patrick, Limerick Leader 13/11/1943, aged 22; son of Mr. P. Conway, former N.T. Askeaton, Co. Limerick

  • Trehy, Clement, Scotland, Limerick Leader 15/11/1943, member of Royal Engineers; died in an accident on 30th October 1943, son of Mr. & Mrs. Trehy, People's Park, Limerick.

  • McNamara, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 15/11/1943, mother of Mr. J. McNamara.

  • Walsh, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 15/11/1943, husband of Mrs. P. Walsh.

  • Keehan, Mary, Derrycalibh, Crusheen, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 15/11/1943, aged 63; collapsed and died while being questioned by post office officials.

  • Nolan, Bridget, Tarmons, Tarbert, Co. Kerry, Limerick Leader 17/11/1943, dau. of late Matt Mulvihill, Glin, Co. Limerick.

  • O’Shaughnessy, John, Ballyguiltenane, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, aged 92.

  • Hishon, Anna Mary (Ms), Craggard House, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, aged c.22; dau. of Daniel O’B. and Kathleen Hishon; niece of Mrs. B.M. Kearney (late of 9, The Crescent, Limerick); expert horsewoman, [death notice 20/11/1943].

  • Keane, Mary, Ivy Lodge, North Strand, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • White, Mary Georgina, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, widow of Arthur White, Fort Etna, and Attyflynn, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick; dau. of late Col. Massy Westropp, Attyflynn; interred at Kilpeacon.

  • Fitzgerald, (female) Mrs. Cappa, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943.

  • Hickey, (female) Mrs. Cooleyhenan, Ballysimon, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943.

  • Fitzgerald, Daniel, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, brother of William Fitzgerald, Mantle Hill, Askeaton, Co. Limerick.

  • Trehy, T. Mr., Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, brother of Mrs. McCarthy.

  • McMahon, Thomas, Glenmalure Villas, Castleview, Gardens, Limerick Leader 20/11/1943, worked with Pearl Insurance Company; interred, at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • O’Donnell, Dorrie, Limerick Leader 22/11/1943, wife of T. E. O’Donnell (solicitor); dau. of Dr. James Roberts; talented singer in Brislane Choral Society, Limerick [death notice 11/27/1943].

  • McMillan, Josephine, 25 Windmill Street, Limerick Leader 22/11/1943, aged 53; recovered from river at Russell’s Quay, [inquest 11/27/1943].

  • Cullinan, Francis Faris, Ennis, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 22/11/1943, aged 71; Crown Solicitor for Co. Clare (1911-1922); received early education at the Erasmus Smith School, Ennis.

  • Hanrahan, Bridget, 3 Summerville Terrace, South Circular Road, Limerick Leader 22/11/1943, wife of James Hanrahan; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kenny, John Patrick (Sean), Rossmoyne, Ennis Road, Limerick Leader 22/11/1943, aged 24; son of Mr. J. C. Kenny; medical student at Galway University; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 11/22/1943].

  • Phelan, Margaret, North Sexton Street, Limerick Leader 24/11/1943, nee Arrigan; Poultry Instructor in West Limerick; wife of Michael J. Phelan (Newcastle West, Co. Limerick); interred in Carrigbeg, [follow up 12/04/1943], [death notice 11/24/1943].

  • Moran, J. P., Mr. Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 24/11/1943, draper; notice of will.

  • Ryan, Patrick L. Russelstown House, Tipperary, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, auctioneer; notice of will.

  • Joyce, Michael Joseph, Canon, Widnes, Lancs., England (native of Kilmallock, Co. Limerick), aged 60; Parish Priest of St. Marie’s, Widnes; Dean of St. Bede’s Deanery, Liverpool Archdiocese.

  • Bresnihan, Sean, Ballyagran, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, captain in West Limerick Brigade of I.R.A.; participated in famous attack on R.I.C. Barrack in Kilmallock; involved in General Lucas affair; interred at Kilgroggin Cemetery (vote of sympathy 27/11/1943)

  • White, Mary, Coole East, Athea, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, nee Barrett; widow of late Timothy White.

  • O’Dea, Dennis, Enniscoush, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, retired company director; notice of will.

  • Walsh, M. Berchmans, Sister, North Presentation Convent, Cork, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, dau. of Edmund Walsh, Cloncrew, Feenagh, Co. Limerick; interred in Convent grounds.

  • Byrnes, Alphonsus, 47 Fair Green, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943.

  • Nealon, Patrick, 31 Bishop Street, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943.

  • Ryan, William, High Street, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, father of Patrick Ryan; proprietor of The Crescent Bar; noted hurler and athlete in youth; member of Caherline team which won senior hurling Co. Championship; interred at Inch St. Lawrence Cemetery.

  • O’Donnell, (male) Mr. father of Patrick O’Donnell (Castletown Hurling Club).

  • Mulcahy, Patrick, Kilconlea, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 27/11/1943.

  • Nihill, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 27/11/1943,  father of Patrick Nihill.

  • Doheny, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, wife of John Doheny.

  • Wixted, (male) Mr., Limerick Leader 27/11/1943, uncle of Daniel Wixted.

  • O’Gorman, Luke, Park Road, Corbally, Limerick Leader 01/12/1943, aged 60; E.S.B. employee; (death resulted in manslaughter charge), [inquest into death 04/12/1943].

  • Kennedy, Peter, Lissane, Clarecastle, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, aged 47; died after fall from horse and car.

  • Lynch, Patrick, Middle East, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, native of Kilscannell, Rathkeale, well-known track cyclist.

  • O’Connell, D. M., Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, prominent athlete in youth; sports official.

  • Leeson, Mary, 34 Athlunkard Street, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, widow of Joseph Leeson; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 04/12/1943].

  • Trehy, Dudley James, Bath, England, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, son of Joseph and Lena Trehy; husband of Margaret Trehy, 1 Cecil Street, Limerick.

  • Lewis, William, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, father of Messrs. J. and W. Lewis, Denmark Street, Limerick.

  • O’Connell, Annie, 14 Boherbuoy, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943.

  • Supple, Chrissie, Blossom Hill, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943.

  • Houlihan, (female) Mrs. Kilmacow, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, wife of William Houlihan; mother of James Houlihan.

  • Trehy, (male), Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, son of Mr. P. Trehy (Boherbuoy No. 1 Brass and Reed Band).

  • O’Donnell, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 04/12/1943, rel. of Hayes family, Caherdavin, Limerick.

  • Swift, Patrick, Cullane, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 04/12/1943.

  • Mulqueen, Joseph, O’Curry Street, Limerick Leader 06/12/1943, aged 70; employee of Messrs. Matterson and Sons; bellringer at Mount St. Alphonsus Redemptorist Church; played rugby with Garryowen; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Meghen, (female) Mrs. Millmount Terrace, Drumcondra, Dublin, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, mother of Mr. P. J. Meghen (Limerick County Manager); interred in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.

  • O’Sullivan, Patrick, Shanagolden, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, prominent hurler and footballer; Transport Officer – Shanagolden L.D.F.; interred at Knockpatrick [obituary 18/12/1943].

  • Rea, Ellen, New Line South, Charleville, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, wife of Daniel Rea.

  • Hollinshead, Stanley, Captain, Martello Avenue, Dun Laoighaire, Dublin, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, native of Limerick, sea captain connected with the Irish Lights Service; served in the merchant navy (ship torpedoed near Belfast during First World War).

  • Hayes, Michael, Cloncloher, Kilmore, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, farmer; aged 54.

  • Feely, Patrick, Rev. Ascension Rectory, Elmhurst, New York, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, native of Fedamore, Co. Limerick, aged 52; son of the late Michael and Alice Feely; priest in diocese of Brooklyn, New York; pastor at Long Island and Elmhurst.

  • O’Connor, Mary, Church Street, Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, aged 8; dau. of Mary and Thomas O’Connor (National Army); died from injuries as a result of being burnt; interred at Kilfergus.

  • Browne, John J. 22 Ascot Terrace, O’Connell Avenue, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Cashman, James, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Kelly, Michael, 7 George’s Quay, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, son of Jane and late Martin Kelly; interred at Kilquane Cemetery, Parteen, Co. Clare.

  • Franklin, (family member), Drombanna, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Madigan, Denis, 11 Clontarf Place, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • McSweeney, Christopher, 5 O’Dwyer’s Villas, Thomondgate, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Mitchell, Mary Ann, 4 Little Glentworth Street, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • O’Rourke, Mary Ann, 10 Roxtown Terrace, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, wife of J. O’Rourke.

  • Riordan, John, Caherline, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Ryan, Patrick, Ardhu Terrace, North Circular Road, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Toomey, Peter, Granard, Adare, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, brother of Denis Toomey.

  • O’Shea, Edmond, Tullovin, Croom, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943.

  • Godfrey, (female) Mrs. Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 11/12/1943, wife of John Godfrey (manager – Cork and Kerry Creamery).

  • O’Dea, Timothy Francis, (died 1938); Chicago, Limerick Leader 13/12/1943, lawyer and oil well owner; claimants of fortune are relatives in Limerick and Clare.

  • O’Halloran, Michael, Quin, Co. Clare, Limerick Leader 13/12/1943, aged 60; farmer; died while working at quarry in Finana.

  • Hartnett, John Francis, 5 Lansdowne Terrace, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Limerick Leader 13/12/1943, brother of Sister Ursula (Mercy Order, Limerick); Customs and Excise official; interred in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.

  • Walting, James Henry, Corbally, Limerick Leader 13/12/1943, aged 67.

  • Collins, Joseph M. Ballinacurra, Limerick Leader 13/12/1943, aged 33; son of the late Michael Collins (law clerk); wife is dau. of  Mr. M. Fennessy, New Street, Limerick; solicitor (engaged in ‘O’Dea millions case’ - see entry for TF O'Dea); interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [obituary 12/13/1943].

  • Cussen, Marcus & Maurice, U.S.A., Limerick Leader 15/12/1943, natives of Ballyguiltenane, Glin, Co. Limerick, brothers.

  • Kidd, John Timothy, England, Limerick Leader 15/12/1943, member of family originally from Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, aged 57; killed in air raid on the south coast of England.

  • Clery, Mary Louisa, (Ms.), Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 15/12/1943, notice of will.

  • O’Carroll, Sean, Lodge, Hospital, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 15/12/1943, involved in Irish Independence Movement (imprisoned for his activities); interred in Hospital.

  • Irwin, (female) Mrs. Patrick Street, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943, wife of Joseph Irwin (jeweller); interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Kennedy, Roger, Ballinvirick, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943, aged 20; son of David Kennedy; keen student of Irish history; interred in Nantenan Cemetery.

  • Roberts, (family member), Limerick Leader 18/12/1943

  • Sparling, Christopher, Rour, Adare, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943, father of John Sparling; provided refuge to those on the run during the Black and Tan era; interred in Adare Cemetery.

  • O’Brien, Christopher, Pallasbeg, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943.

  • Keogh, James, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943, father of M. Keogh (Fedamore L.D.F.).

  • Hogan, Patrick, Rev., Holy Cross, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 18/12/1943.

  • Sheehy, John, 54 Thomas Street, Limerick Leader 20/12/1943, son of late Henry Sheehy, Ballingarry; grocer; interred at Mount St. Lawrence.

  • Bradshaw, James, 3 Rutland Street, Limerick Leader 20/12/1943, set up mineral water manufacturing industry; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 12/20/1943].

  • Sheehy, Martin, Mill Road, Corbally, Limerick Leader 20/12/1943, son of Mary and the late Patrick Sheehy; member of Corbally Hurling Club; interred at Mount St. Lawrence, [death notice 12/20/1943].(see also report 25/12/1943).

  • Madden, Michael, Bunthota, Annacotty, Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/12/1943, employee of Condensed Milk Co., Ltd., Limerick; died as a result of injuries sustained after falling from bicycle at Kilmurry.

  • O’Shaughnessy, Maurice J. Glin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/12/1943, rate collector.

  • Sheahan, Edmond (Edward), Kilteery, Loughill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/12/1943, father of James ‘Sonny’ Sheahan (footballer – Loughill and Co. Limerick); uncle of Thomas Naughton (footballer); interred at Loughill Cemetery.

  • McMahon, Michael, Clonmackin, Caherdavin, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 22/12/1943, aged 44; farmer; died after falling from horse drawn cart at Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick.

  • Slattery, John, Lisobyhane, Emly, Co. Tipperary, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, aged 38; parents from Ballinvreena, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick.

  • Dineen, Martin, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, interred at Killalee Churchyard.

  • Quilty, (family member), Ballyhahill, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943.

  • Fenton, (family member), Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, (rel. to Mrs. M. Fenton).

  • Guillamore, Viscount, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943.

  • Musgrave, Harry, Ardagh, Co. Limerick, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, teacher at Ardagh N.S.

  • O’Mahony, Maurice, Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, brother of Mr. P. O’Mahony, Dromcollogher, Co. Limerick.

  • McNamara, (female) Mrs., Limerick Leader 25/12/1943, Thomondgate, Limerick.

  • unknown, Sweep’s Cross, nr. Newcastle West, Limerick Leader 01/02/1943discovery of human remains, [follow up 06/02/1943].

  • Theresa O’Connor, Duneeven, Foynes, Limerick Leader 15/05/1943, member of the teaching staff at Mount Trenchard National Schools, Loughill.

  • David Walsh, Mitchelstown, Limerick Leader 26/06/1943, manager of the Mitchelstown Co-operative Agricultural Society.

  • Archie McFarland, Schull, Co. Cork, Limerick Leader 30/08/1943, aged 23, drowned at Foynes, Co. Limerick.

Last update:10/07/2017

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