Kernan, educ. Dublin. THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Monday, November 9, 1840 THE TERM Monday being the first day of Michalemas Term, the Courts were opened with the usual formalities. In consequence of the illness of Lord Plunket, the master of the Rolls presided in the Court of Chancery. Messrs. Pigott and Moore were called to take their places as Attorney and Solicitor-General,and Dr. Sroek as Sergeant at Law. The following gentlemen were called to the Bar:- John Bateman Barnes, Edward Vaughn Hyde Kennealy*, John Bolton Massey, Alexander Richard Kirkpatrick, Edward William Costelloe, Michael Edmund Corcoran*, Robert Conway Hurly, Horace Fitzgerald, John Harkin*, Edward O'Brien, Wm. Mackay*, Wm. Chayter, jun., Hugh Harris, Richard E. Bourne, Conway E. Dobbs, jun., John Robert Minit, James Kernan*, Samuel Sheridan Harper, Townsend M'Dermott, Samuel Edmond John Reed, Edward Smyth Corry, John James, John Flanagan*, George S. Cotter Kingston, John F. Ball, John Francis Watters*, Edward Glover, Constantine Joseph Smith*, Coleman M. O'Loghlen*, and John Richardson, Esqrs. Those marked thus * are Roman Catholics. ------------- Poss. marr. Freeman's Journal 13th August 1851 Marr. August 12, at Seapoint House, Rostrevor, by the Rev Bernarrd MOONEY, PP James KERNAN of Cavendish Row Dublin Esq to Mary eldest daughter of the late John DONOHOE of South Earl street Dublin Esq Related? Freeman's Journal 21st Jan 1831 In George's place, on the 20th inst, by the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Thomas CROKER, of this city, solicitor, to Mary daughter of the late Timothy DOYLE of Graig, in the co Kilkenny, Esq Poss. dau. Presidency of Marriage Madras Marriage Year 1861 Husband First Names John Husband Surname Lewis Wife First Names Ellen Wife Surname Kernan Prefix N/2 Transcribed by Kerrie Farmer Source Information Volume Number 42 Folio 66 LDS Film Reference 521851 IOR Reference Z/N/2 Source Name Madras Marriage Index Source Year General Source Presidency Madras Source Event Marriage Index ---------- Name: J. B. Kernan Dates: 1826-1850 Location: Town: Carrickmacross County/Colonial: Co. Monaghan Ireland london Gender: Male Address: Address: Cabragh lodge Town: Carrickmacross County/Colonial: Co. Monaghan Ireland Office Holdings: Office Judicial: J.P. Source Date: 1837 Source Info: Subscribed to, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland -------------- Irish Records Index, 1500-1920 Name and Status: John Taaffe KERNAN, Esq., Solicitor Date: 1871 Location: Dublin City, Dublin Film #: 101023 T, Box & Order #: T1079 Item Order: Bx12#12 ---------------- Freeman's Journal 12 Feb 1810 At Counsellor KERNAN's, Capel Street, Mr John KERNAN of Upper Bridge Street to Eleanor daughter of T MEIGHAN Esq of Enniskillen --------- Freeman's Journal 26 Sep 1835 On the 20th inst, at Bundoran, co Donegal, by the lady's uncle, the Rt Rev Dr KERNAN, Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Mr Terence MIHAN, of Enniskillen, merchant, to Miss CROKER sister of Thomas CROKER Esq solicitor ------------------ India Office Records Catalogue Ref. IOR Creator(s): Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India, 1784-1858 Burma Office, 1937-1948 East India Company, 1600-1858 India Office, 1858-1947 FILE - Judicial and Public Annual Files 901-987 - ref. IOR/L/PJ/6/253 - date: 1889 item: Resignation of James Kernan, Judge of the High Court, Madras - ref. IOR/L/PJ/6/253, File 921 - date: 1 May-17 Jun 1889 FILE - Judicial and Public Annual Files 1082-1170 - ref. IOR/L/PJ/6/256 - date: 1889 item: Enquiry from Govt of Madras asking if Mr Kernan has resigned from Madras High Court - FILE - Judicial and Public Annual Files 1351-1500 - ref. IOR/L/PJ/6/260 - date: 1889 item: Pension of Mr James Kernan, late Judge of Madras High Court - ref. IOR/L/PJ/6/260, File 1396 - date: 14 Aug 1889 -------- The Times, Tuesday, Jul 19, 1859; pg. 5; Issue 23362; col D Ireland. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.). Category: News IRELAND New Wueen's Counsel Four additions were made to the inner bar on Saturday-namely ...; and Mr James kernan of the North east Circuit. All are said to be in fair practice, and all entitled to the honour of a silk gown.... ------------- The Times, Monday, Mar 28, 1870; pg. 10; Issue 26709; col F LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.-Mr. Donald Mackenzie, Category: News Mr James Kernan, QC of the Irish Bar, has been appointed a Puisne Judge of the High Court of Judicature at madras, the salary of which office is 4,500l. per annum. ... Mr Kernan was called to the Bar in Ireland in Michaelmas term, 1840, and was appointed a Queen's Counsel in August 1859. Mr Kernan for some years has practised principally in the Bankruptcy Court.... Solicitor's Journal. ------------- related? Source: Who Was Who Publisher: A&C Black Category: Biography Date of publication: January 2006 CROFTON, Morgan William (1826-1915) Details: CROFTON, Morgan William, MA, DSc; FRS; born Dublin, 27 June 1826; eldest son of Rev. W. Crofton, Rector of Skrene, Sligo; married 1st, 1857, Julia Agnes Cecilia, daughter of J. B. Kernan; 2nd, Catharine, daughter of Holland Taylor. Education: Trinity Coll. Dublin. Work: Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics, RMA, 1870-1884. Publications: Memoirs in Phil. Trans. of Royal Society on Theory of Probability, etc., 1868, 1870; also of article Probability in Ency. Brit. Recreations: travelling. Address: c/o Royal Society, Burlington House, W London. Died: 13 May 1915 ----------- Kelly's 1890: Kernan, (hon.) James, Irish barr. 1840, Q.C. 1859, a puisne judge of high court of Madras from 18__: Madras.