The Freeman’s Journal was the leading newspaper in Ireland throughout the 19th century. It survived from 1763 to 1924 when it merged with the Irish Independent which still flourishes as a daily newspaper.
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18320307 Mr. Eaton (thus) attended the Annual General Meeting of Dublin Chamber of Commerce
18321106 Reference to Captain Eaton, aide-de-comp to Sir John Buchan at Athlone
18330000 The Epitaph of Governor Eaton of New Haven noted
18370000 Mr. R.J.P. Eaton attended the Meeting of Kilkenny Grand Jury and voted in favour of repeal of the Reform Act
18370308 Mr. Richard William Eaton, Professor of Music married Ann Eliza Bartholmew of Dublin Castle at St. Werburghs Church
18370000 Benjamin Eaton, a member of the Co. Dublin Grand Jury
18390415 Mention of Mr. Felix Eaton, Solicitor
18400000 Mention of Mr. Henry Eaton, Lawyer
18410205 Mention of Sir Theophilus Eaton
18411028 Mention of Mr Thomas Eaton, Sexton of St. Catherine’s Church
18420203 Reference to an inquest held at Eatons Tavern, Eden Quay, Dublin
18420210 Rev. Richard Eaton, Curate in the Diocese of Aconry
18420706 Birth of a son to Henry Eaton
18430118 Mr. Felix Eaton, Solicitor, prosecuted a Railway employee for an assault on his wife.
The case was dismissed.
18461104 Mr. R.J. Eaton, Member of Parliament, of Stetchworth Park in Cambridgeshire attended the Admiralty Court in Galway.
18520930 Reference to George Eaton, gardener to Sir T. Butler of Ballintemile, Co. Carlow
18550203 Reverend Matthew Eaton, Rector of Chapel Russell in Co. Limerick, died January 27th.
18560731 Roman Catholic marriage of Robert William Eaton, son of Rev. Matthew Eaton to Jane Elizabeth
Mecredy of Strandville House, Clontarf.
18581124 Mr. Bernard Eaton appointed a Receiver.
18601013 A Queens University of Belfast reference to Usher Beere Eaton, Medical Doctor, of Cork
18610000 Sackville Hamilton Eaton listed as Secretary of The Irish Farmers Club
18620217 Louise J. Eaton of Peoria married Adam Seed.
18630108 Mr. John Eaton of Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick, Peace Commissioner
18630218 Stephen Eaton died aged 46
18630512 A report of the Wreck of the SS Anglo Saxon which sailed from Derry on April 17th.
Amongst those saved – Rev Mr. Eaton
18631009 Dr. Eaton of the District Asylum attended a banquet at Garbally.
18651026 William T. Eaton attended a meeting of the Dublin Joint Stock Society Limited
18660117 William T. Eaton chaired a meeting of the Sick and Indigent Room Keepers Society
18660123 William T. Eaton listed as President of the United Trades Association
18681015 Thomas Eaton awarded a second rank degree in Logic, Metaphysics and Political Economy from the Queens University of Ireland, Galway
18681203 Mr. Stephen (Vincent?) Eaton attended the annual dinner of the Vincent de Paul Orphanage.
18850212 Reverend Robert Eaton appeared at the High Court in London on charges arising from attempts made by him and another to enroll Rose Iredale aged 16 into the Roman Catholic Church.
18850000 Many references to the firm of Oldham and Eaton, Solicitors, in this period.
18850000 Many advertisements for M & S Eaton, Stationers of Dame Street and Grafton Street, Dublin
in this period.
18790822 Mr. Bouchier Eaton, listed as Solicitor for the Goldsmiths Company of Dublin
18821221 At Dalkey Church of Ireland, Richard Arthur Eaton, son of Richard Eaton, Resident Magistrate, of Mitchelstown to Florence Emily, eldest daughter of Thomas Tighe Mecredy, Solicitor of 28 Westmoreland Street.
18741017 At Roman Catholic Church, Dalkey, Stephen Vincent, second son of Stephen Eaton dec’d, to Mary Agnes, daughter of Bernard McDonnell of Galviston, Texas.
18741216 Reference to Emily Clara, wife of Richard Eaton, Resident Magistrate, Mitchelstown.
18841002 Notice of the birth of a son to Mrs. Stephen V. Eaton
18731104 Reverend Mr. Eaton attended the meeting of the Kildare Diocesan Synod of the Church of Ireland in Dublin.
18841112 Mr. M. Eaton attended a Meeting of the Gaelic Union for the Preservation and Cultivation of the
Irish Language. Mr. Douglas Hyde, who afterwards became President of Ireland, was also in attendance. Incidentally there was also in existence a Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language.
Note: there was some concern at the above meeting that the Irish Athletic Association had
“assumed” the name Gaelic Athletic Association.
18831217 A meeting of the Presbyterian Association was to be addressed by Mr. J. A. Eaton on the subject – Democracy – its uses and abuses.
18890108 Mr. Thomas Eaton attended the funeral of Mr. Gibson Black, Justice of the Peace
18871230 The rescue of a prisoner named James Eaton was attempted
18900315 Mr. B. Eaton was amongst those invited to the banquet of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland.
18870215 In the House of Commons in London, a question was submitted to the Attorney General for Ireland in relation to the Eaton Bequest (see Footnote).
18880831 Emily B. Eaton of Ballymena listed in the Results of the Intermediate Examination.
18961112 The Report of the funeral of Mr. Matthew Eaton of 7 Pembroke Road who died aged 56 referred to the chief mourners as Rev Robert Eaton and Mr. Stephen V. Eaton his brothers, to Monsignor Fitzpatrick his brother-in-law and to Mr. Robert A. Eaton, Mr. Joseph Eaton and Mr. Francis Eaton his nephews.
18890322 Mr. R.A. Eaton refereed a game of bicycle polo, presumably a sport for those who disliked horses!!!
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