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Limerick Bids Farewell to Dr James O'Shaughnessy, Ireland's Oldest Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant |

Limerick Bids Farewell to Dr James O’Shaughnessy, Ireland’s Oldest Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant

Today, the city of Limerick stands in solemn mourning, as it grieves the loss of a venerable figure, Dr James O’Shaughnessy, who held the esteemed titles of Ireland’s oldest magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant. Dr O’Shaughnessy, a pillar of his community, peacefully departed this world at the age of 93. His legacy is defined by his roles as Justice of the Peace for Limerick City and Deputy Lieutenant for the same city. Until very recently, Dr O’Shaughnessy had enjoyed robust health, even gracing the opening of the Association Exhibition with his presence. The passing of this distinguished figure has cast a pall of sorrow over the entire community, which remembers with deep reverence his years of unwavering dedication and service to the city of Limerick.

Lincolnshire Echo – Wednesday 14 January 1903

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