Alexander O'Malley Esq.

Place of migration:
Stayed in Ireland

Mayo Constitution 11 July 1837

MARRIED At the residence of the bride’s father, on the 6th inst., by the Very Rev. Dean Bourke, Alexander O’Malley, of Eden, in this County, to Mary, third daughter of Joseph Bourke, Esq., Greenhill immediately after the ceremony, which was attended by a number of most respectable gentlemen, the happy pair set off for Dublin.

Dublin Morning Register - 4 August 1838

BIRTHS At Greenhill, County Mayo, the residence of her father, the lady of Alexander O’Malley, Eden Park, Esq., a daughter. (Anne Mary O'Malley)

Mayo Constitution 13 April 1841

DIED At his residence in this county, after a painful and protracted illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and patience, Alexander O'Malley of Eden Esq. The deceased is much and deservedly regretted by his friends and acquaintances and has left a widow and young family to lament the loss of a kind husband and father. 

Mayo Constitution - Tuesday 03 August 1841

BIRTHS On Wednesday last, the lady of the late Alexander O'Malley of Eden, of a son an heir. (Francis Alexander O'Malley)

Irish Times - Wednesday 06 July 1870

MARRIAGES Pyper and O’Mally—4th inst, by the Rev. J Ward, CC, William C Pyper, Esq, late Inspecting Officer the Coastguard, at Wexford, to Anne Mary, only daughter of the late Alexander O’Malley. Esq. of Eden Park, County Mayo. 

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Date of Death Apr 1841  
Associated Building (s) Eden Park KNOCK  

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