Yesterday evening in Limerick, a sudden death occurred that shocked all present. Around 5:30 pm, John Enright, a 70-year-old ship carpenter, became critically ill moments after entering Mr O’Brien’s public house in Catherine Street. Bystanders quickly carried Enwright outside, and Dr CV Sullivan was summoned immediately. Unfortunately, by the time Dr Sullivan arrived, Enwright had already passed away, with the cause of death determined to be heart disease.
This tragic incident has cast a somber mood over Limerick during the Christmas week, a time when people tend to gather with friends and family to celebrate the holidays. The sudden loss of John Enwright, an experienced ship carpenter and respected member of the local community, has deeply affected those who knew him. Neighbors and acquaintances have expressed their condolences and support to the bereaved family during these festive times, offering a reminder of the importance of cherishing time spent with loved ones.
As Limerick mourns the loss of one of their own, this heartbreaking event emphasizes the unpredictability of life and serves as a poignant reminder to live every moment fully, especially during the holiday season when the ties that bind people together are even more meaningful. The community’s response to John Enright’s passing demonstrates the strength and empathy found within the people of Limerick, who continue to band together during such trying times.
Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph – Tuesday 23 December 1902