Power, only son, but he has a nephew called Robert Power and a niece called Teresa Kealy! NOT Alumni Dublinenses - 1924 edition First name(s) David Last name Power Year 1794 County - Record set Alumni Dublinenses - 1924 edition Morning Post 04 December 1819 DEPARTURES ... Mr David Power, for Loughrea, Ireland. PIGOT'S DIRECTORY OF IRELAND, 1824 LOUGHREA, GENTRY AND CLERGY Power Dav. B. esq, Cottage THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL Galway, Thursday, January 20, 1825 TO BE LET For one Year, from the first of May next, and immediate possession given. THE HOUSE, OFFICES and DEMESNE, of COTTAGE, containing 33 Acres, situate within a quarter of a mile of Loughrea. The House and Offices are in the best order, having been lately fitted up in the neatest manner. There is a very good Garden, and the Lands are of the best quality and in good heart. The FURNITURE, which is new and fashionable, will be Sold, when the place is Set, either by Public Auction or by Private Contract or Valuation, as may be agreed upon. Proposals (in writing) will be received by David B. Power, Esq., Cottage, or Jethro J. Bricknell, Esq., Loughrea. Any Person who takes said Lands can have a further term, by applying to Sir John Reade, Moynoe-House, Scariffe. January 17, 1825 ------- Dublin Evening Post 14 March 1797 All commands for David Brandon Power, Esq., High Sheriff of the county of Galway, to be directed to him at loughrea, or to Mr. Hugh Benfield, attorney, No. 5, Capel street, Dublin, his returning officer. ----------- Dublin Evening Post 16 February 1797 Dublin Castle - Feb 15. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint the following Gentlemen to be High Sheriffs for the present year: GALWAY, David Power, of Loughrea, Esq. LIMERICK, Michael Scanlan, juur. of Ballynaha, Esq. WICKLOW, Peter Latouche, of Belview, Esq. Magistrate (1822).