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GENEALOGICAL AND HERALDIC HISTORY 



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SIR BERNARD BURKE, C.B., LLJX, 

ULSTER KING OP ARMS. 






New 




Edition, 




EEVISED BY A. C. FOX-DAVIES, BARRISTER-AT-LAW. 

LONDON : 
HARRISON & SONS, 45, PALL MALL, S.W., 

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1912. i SEEN" BY 

PRESERVATION 
SERVICES 






LONDON : HARRISON AND SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HIS MAJESTY, 
ST. MARTIN'S LANE. 




EIGHT years having passed, obviously it had become necessary that a new edition of 
the " Landed Gentry of Ireland " should be issued, in order that the genealogical 
records of the various families appearing in the book might be revised to date, and the 
happenings of birth, marriage and death, in the interval, be added to the pedigrees. 
But one is now confronted with the problem whether there still remains a Landed 
Gentry at all in that country, so great has been the compulsory alienation of land in 
Ireland during the last decade. 

Whatever may be the decision as to future editions, in the present one there has 
been no violent disqualification of families because the broad acres of their estates have 
been contracted to the lands about the mansion house ; in fact, but very few pedigrees 
have been removed. Although the fascination of the ownership of land land hunger 
is still a dominant characteristic of the British race, it cannot be said to possess its 
ancient importance ; and the interest of the public, it seems to me, lies in the families 
themselves rather than in the extent of their ownership of land. The growth of the 
new landless plutocracy has shifted the importance of things, and is a factor that must 
weigh in the future, and be considered in conjunction with absenteeism. But the problem 
is for the next edition. 

Although a number of new and interesting pedigrees are now included in " Burke " 
for the first time the changes in the present volume are chiefly caused by the revision 
of pedigrees and the occurrences of the interval. The latter have been exceedingly 
numerous, and I am chiefly indebted to the very many members of the families 
concerned with whom I have been in correspondence or to whom I have submitted 
proofs, for an enormous amount of assistance generously given to me. For that my 
grateful thanks. 

In the revision of the pedigrees there will be found a number of important 
alterations. Some of my most vehement correspondents seem to fancy that " Burke " is 
edited by Hans Andersen. That really is quite a mistake. Of course, one knows that 
every Irishman is the descendant of countless kings, princes and other minor celebrities. 



IV 

One admits it the thing is unquestionable. One knows, of course, also, that every 
family is the oldest in Co. Galway, or Co. Sligo, or somewhere else, and that, for some 
reason or other, every Irishman is the " head " of his family, and I am growing weary of 
reading letters which assure me that the mushroom families included in the Landed 
Gentry pale into insignificance beside the glories of those which are omitted, and I am 
slowly learning so often am I so assured that all the pedigrees herein are hopelessly 
wrong. But although I may not have included quite so much as has been desired, I 
think I may claim that what is inserted may be relied upon. All genealogical works 
started upon a model of narrative, in which a place might properly be found for 
supposition and tradition. There has been a gradual transition to exactitude of fact, 
which is the aim in view, and which I claim has now been reached. 

For the present edition every coat-of-arms has been carefully scrutinized and 
compared with the original records in Ulster's Office. I believe I can now claim for the 
Irish volume that, apart from unintentional error, every single one which is quoted 
herein can be relied upon as borne by unquestionable right. Families to whom no 
armorial bearings are assigned have none recorded to them in Ulster's Office. 

The publishers have consented to incur the expense of bringing the Landed Gentry 
into line with the PEERAGE and BARONETAGE by illustrating every coat-of-arms in the 
book. This must add very greatly to its interest, and I trust their lavish expenditure on 
this point will receive the reward it merits in the increased appreciation of the public. 

I am indebted to Mr. Farnham Burke, C.V.O., C.B., Norroy King of Arms, for much 
assistance in the preparation of this edition, and I have profited greatly from the kind 
help and from the labours of Mr. Ashworth Burke, who has resigned the editorship of the 
present edition, whilst many others have taken much trouble with the single-minded desire 
for the improvement or the accuracy of the volume. To all I tender my thanks, but above 
all I am under a deep debt of gratitude to Mr. G. D. Burtchaell, Athlone Pursuivant. 
His able and willing assistance have been acknowledged in former editions, but on the 
present occasion I have had the advantage of his help to an extent little short of a 
scrutiny of every line in the book. He it is who has examined the arms, and has gone to 
endless trouble to solve doubts and difficulties as they have become apparent in the 
pedigrees. I really think his name should be on the title page as editor. Mere words 
of thanks seem a feeble acknowledgment of what this edition owes to his untiring 
assistance. 

THE EDITOR. 



GENEALOGICAL AND HERALDIC 



DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



LANDED GENTRY OF IRELAND. 



ACHESON. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, GOSFORD, E. 



ACTON OF KILMACUBBAaH. 

CHARLES ANNESLEY ACTON, of Kilmacurragh, 
Rathdrum, co. Wicklow, J.P., late Capt. Royal 
Welsh Fusiliers, b. 14 Feb. 1876; s. his uncle 
25 Aug. 1908. 

Lineage. THOMAS ACTON, of Bog Hall. Ballygannonbeg 
(part of the lands of West Aston), m. Alice Coventry. His will is 
dated 1645 and witnessed by his wife. He had a son, 

THOMAS ACTON, of Bog Hall, co. Wicklow, who left issue, a son, 

THOMAS ACTON, who commenced building the house at West 
Aston in 1697, the same year that Lord Acton built Aldenham Hall. 
He obtained from Richard, Viscount Rosse, leases for lives re- 
newable for ever of lands in co. Wicklow, by deeds dated 13 Feb. 
and 10 May, 1716. He m. Elinor, dau. of Nicholas Kempston, oi 
Dunmurray, co. Cavan, Colonel in Oliver Cromwell's Army by 
Grace his wife, dau. of Thomas Maule, Commissioner of Customs, 
and d. 2 Jan. 1750, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his successor. 

1. Grace, m. Thomas Ball, Barrister-at-Law, of Sea Park, co. 
Wicklow. 

2. Elinor, m. Rev. John Blachford, D.D., who d. 1748. 

3. Alice, m. Henry Kempston. 

Mr. Acton, whose will is dated 23 Oct. 1731, and was proved 7 Jan. 
1750, was s. by his son, 

WILLIAM ACTON, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 14 Nov. 1726, and 
was Keeper of the Writs of the Court of Common Pleas, and Ser- 
jeant of the Coif (holding the ring appertaining to that office), b. 
1711 ; m. 4 March, 1736, Jane, dau. of William Parsons, eldest son 
of Sir William Parsons, 2nd bart., of Birr Castle, and had issue, 

1. William, d.s.p, 2. THOMAS, his successor. 

1. Martha, d. unm. 

2. Maria, m. by licence, dated June, 1783, Thomas Walker, of 
Tagunnan, co. Wexford, Master in Chancery. 

3. Jane, d. unm, 1794. 

Mr. Acton was s. by his only surviving son, 

THOMAS ACTON, of West Aston, co. Wicklow, m. 1780, Sidney, 
dau. of Joshua Davis, Barrister-at-Law, Dublin, and d. 1817, 
leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his successor. 

?. Thomas (Rev.), of Dunganstown Glebe, co. Wicklow, m. by 
. licence, dated 16 Sept. 1818, Sidney, dau. of Hampden Evans, of 

Portrane, co. Dublin, and d. 16 Aug. 1846, having by her (who 

d. Aug. 1867) had issue, 

1. Thomas, d. 12 Aug. 1843. 

2. Hampden, of Chalet Lucia, Pau, France, Col. Madras Staff 
Corps (ret.), b. 21 April, 1822 ; m. 22 Jan. 1868, Lucy, dau. of 
William Jackson Greer, of Rhone Hill House, co. Tyrone, J.P., 
and widow of Henry Davis, of Waterford. He d. April, 1901, 
leaving issue, 

(i) Hampden, 6. 31 Dec. 1870 ; d. 6 Feb. 1888. 
I.L.G. 



(2) Fitzmaurics Massey, Commander, R.N., m. 7 May, 1910, 
Ruby, widow of Lieut. Percy Crabtree, R.N. 

(3) William Maxwell. 
(i) Margaret Usher. 

3. William, of Brookville, co. Dublin, J.P., High Sheriff co 
Leitrim, 1875, b. 5 Oct. 1824 ; m. 16 Jan. 1852, Georgina (d. 
31 Oct. 1905), dau. of James Lowry, of Rockdale, co. Tyrone, 
and d. g Jan. 1896, leaving issue, 

(1) Thomas Hampden Evans, Lieut.-Col. R.A. (Knockeadar, 
Bray, co. Wicklow), b. g Dec. 1855 ; m. 18 Jan. 1882, Olivia 
Charlotte Jessie, eldest dau. of Right Hon. George Augustus 
Chichester May, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, and has issue, 

1. William Hampden May, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 23 Oct. 1882, 

2. Philip James Barrington, b. i May, d. Sept. 1884. 

3. Theodore John Chichester, b. 18 Aug. 1886. 

1. Mary Olivia Barrington, b. 21 May, 1890 ; d. July, 
1891. 

2. Stella Mary Georgina. 

(2) James Lowry Cole, Lieut.-Col. late Connaught Rangers. 
b. 6 Nov. 1856 ; m. 7 April, 1888, Matilda Julia, youngest 
dau. of Henry Salisbury Milman, and has issue, 

1. Armar Edward, b. 25 April, 1889. 

2. Owen Henry, b. 7 Sept. 1890. 

1. Sydney Georgina. 

2. Ruth Margaret. 

3. Bertha Joice. 4. Leonora Janet. 

(3) William George, m. Dec. 1887, Louisa Joice Leslie, dau. 
of the late Henry Lowry Bamwell, and d. Oct. 1891, leaving 
issue, 

1. William George Henry, d. young, July, 1896. 

2. Edward Leslie Lowry, b. Oct. 1889. 

(4) Henry Lowry Barn well, Maj. Indian Army, Ass. Judge 
Advocate-Gen., India, b. 30 

Nora Prudentia, dau. of late 

Corps. She d. 21 June, 1901, leaving issue, 

Ethel Jessie Muriel. 
He m. 2ndly, 16 Oct. 1907, Louise Vereker, dau. of Col. 
Dickson, R.A. 
(i) Harriette Mary Louisa. (2) Georgina Elizabeth. 

1. Margaret, m. g Dec. 1851, Henry Lambert Bayly, and has 
issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, ANGLESEY, M.). 

2. Sidney Anna, d. Oct. 1864. 

3. Anna Sophia, m. her cousin, Capt. George Warburton 
Drought, Yorks. L.I., of Cargins, co. Roscommon, J.P., who 
d. Nov. i88o< 

1. Anna Maria, m. 6 July, 1806, Major George Warburton, of 
Augherim, co. Galway. 

2. Jane, m. Qeorge Mears John Drought, of Glencarrig, co. 
Wicklow, who d. 4 March, 1844, leaving issue (see that family). 

His elder son, 

LIEUT.-COL. WILLIAM ACTON, of West Aston, M.P. co. Wick- 
low, Lieut.-Col. of Militia, and High Sheriff of the county, 1820, 
also Vice-Lieutenant, D.L. and J.P., b. 1789 ; m. 16 June, 1818, 
Caroline, dau. of Thomas Walker, of Tagunnan, co. Wexford, 
Master in Chancery, and 4. 10 April, 1854, having by her (who d. 
ti April, 1879) had issue, 

A 



. , . 

Aug. 1861; m. ist, May, 1886, 
Gen. W. Fuller, Madras Staff 



Adams. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



1. THOMAS, his successor. 

2. William Molesworth Cole, Col. late 77th Regt., served in 
the Crimea, present at Inkerman, b. 29 Dec. 1827 ; d. 22 April, 
1904 : m. 7 Aug. 1861, Elizabeth Frances, only child of Capt. 
Frederick Adolphus Robinson, 5th Fusiliers. 

3. Charles BALL-ACTON, C.B., of Syddon, co. Meath, and 
Eggintcn House, Leighton Buzzard, Col. King's Own Yorkshire 
L.I., assumed the prefix surname of BALL 1875, b. 17 Dec. 
1830; m. 31 July, 1869, Georgina Cecilia (Kilmacurragh, Rath- 
drum], dau. of George Annesley (see BURKE'S Peerage, VALENTIA, 
V.), and d. 3 Feb. 1897, leaving issue, 

T. Will ; am Parsons Annesley, b, 21 March, 1871 ; d. April, 
1884. 

2. CHARLES ANNESLEY, now of Kilmacurragh. 

3. Reginald Thomas Annesley, Capt. late King's Own York- 
shire L.I., b. 2, Oct. 1877. 

4 Vere Annesley, and Lieut. Oxford L.I., b. 22 April, 1879, 
killed in action near Paardeberg, South Africa, 18 Feb. IQOO. 

1. Evelyn Caroline Annesley ; m. 3 Nov. 1898, Edward 
Nixon Wynne, J.P., of Wentworth House, Wicklow, and 
has issue (see WYNNE of Hazlewood), 

2. Grace Annesley. 

3. Irene Annesley. 

1. Jane, d. unm. 5 Nov. 1906. 
His eldest son, 

THOMAS ACTON, of West Aston, J.P., D.L., co. Wicklow, High 
Sheriff 1857, b. 1826 ; d. unm. 25 Aug. 1908, being s. by his nephew. 

Seat Kilmacurragh, Ratlidrum, co. Wicklow. Club Kildare 
Street. Dublin. 



ADAMS OF NORTHLANDS. 

SAMUEL ALLEN ADAMS, of North- 
lands, co. Cavan, J.P., formerly 
i st Lieut. Tipperary Militia Artil- 
lery, educated Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
b. i March, 1847 ; m. 13 June, 
1871, Frances Dorothea, dau. of 
Rev. Decimus W. Preston, M.A., 
Rector of Killinkere, and grand- 
dau. of William Preston, Judge of 
Appeal, and Hon. Frances Doro- 
thea, dau. of John, 5th Lord 
Carbery (see BURKE'S Peerage), 
and has issue, 

1. JOHN HERVEY STUART, b. 30 Dec. 1875. 

2. Samuel Allen Adams, b. n April, 1882. 

3. Ambrose Douglas, b. 9 May, 1889. 

1. Emily Maude Elizabeth, d. 29 May, 
1891. 

2. Felicia Preston, d. 24 June, 1887. 

3. Olive Mildred. 

4. Maiy Henrietta Mabel. 

5. Frances Dorothea Kathleen, d. 2 Sept. 1887. 

6. Hazel Gertrude. 

Lineage. COL. JAMES ADAMS m. Catherine, dau. of Arthur 
Magennis, ist Viscount Iveagh, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Hugh 
O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, and was father of 

CAPT. JAMES ADAMS, an officer in the Army of WILLIAM III, 
who distinguished himself at the battle of the Boyne, and was 
granted the freedom of the borough of Drogheda for himself and 
his heirs, which privilege the family still enjoys. His son, 

JAMES ADAMS, of Monaghan, and Corranearry House, co. Cavan, 
i. 1673 ; m. 1694, Jane, dau. of William Allen, of Kilmore, co. 
Monaghan, and d. 19 Nov. 1744, leaving by her (who d. 17 March, 
1752, aged 75) an only son, 

ALLEN ADAMS, of Corranearry House, b. 1708 : m. about 1733, 
Martha, dau. of William Higginbotham, and grand-dau. of Capt. 
Thomas Higginbotham, by his wife, Miss Williams, maid of honour 
to MARY II., and dau. of General Scurlog Williams, of Clongill 
Castle, co. Meath. He d. 15 Dec. 1755 (his will was proved in 
Dublin, 24 Jan. 1756), and by her (who d. 1807, aged 105) had 
issue, 

1. RICHARD, of Shercock House, co. Cavan, J.P., High Sheriff 
1783, and of Monaghan in 1785, b. 1736 ; m. 13 April, 1761, 
Amelia, dau. of Thomas Cosby, of Beeks Court, and d. 1789, 
leaving issue. 

2. James, of Corranearry House, b. 1745 ; d. unm. 15 June, 1809. 

3. William, of Castletown House, co. Cavan, b. 1746 ; m. ist, 
about 1769, Olivia, dau. of Neason Wildridge, and by her, who 
d. 1781, had issue ; he m. 2ndly, 6 July, 1783, Anne, widow of 
George MacDaniel, and d. 28 Feb. 1815, leaving further issue. 

4. Samuel, b, 1750 ; m. 10 March, 1779, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Alexander Leslie, and d. 7 June, 1709, having had issue. 

5. BENJAMIN (Rev.), of whom hereafter. 
His sth son, 

REV. BENJAMIN ADAMS, Rector of Killinick, J.P. for co. Cavan, 
b. 1756 ; m. 14 April, 1777, Elizabeth, dau. of John Clarke, grand- 
son of the celebrated metaphysician, Dr. Samuel Clarke, Rector of 
St. James, London, and Chaplain to Queen ANNE, and d. 10 June, 
1840, leaving issue, 

1. William Allen, b. 15 May, 1783 ; d. 3 March, 1784. 

2. John, J.P. co. Cavan, High Sheriff for Cavan in 1811, b. 
16 May, 1785 ; m. 2 Nov. 1806, Joyce, eldest dau. of his uncle 
Richard, and d.s.p. Feb. 1827. 




3. SAMUEL, succeeded his father. 

4. Charles James, of Shinan House, Capt. R.N., J.P. co. Cavan, 
High Sheriff 1833 (vide O'BYRNE'S Naval Biography), b. 29 
April, 1/92 ; m. 29 Sept. 1821, Anne Jane (who d. 4 March, 1834, 
aged 36), dau. of Capt. William Foster, of Fosterstown, co. Meath, 
and d. 23 Aug. 1854, having had issue. 

1. Elizabeth, d. 25 April, 1780. 

2. Elizabeth, d. 28 Oct. 1780. 

3. Emelia, d. 5 Sept. 1782. 

4. Charlotte, d. 26 Aug. 1790. 

5. Matilda, d. 15 July, 1794. 

6. Caroline, m. i Jan. 1812, John J. A. Leonard, of Claremont 
House, J.P., and d. 22 June, 1858, leaving issue. 

His 3rd son, 

THE VERY REV. SAMUEL ADAMS, M.A., of Northlands, co. Cavan, 
Dean of Cashel, and Prebendary of Terebrine, J.P. cos. Cavan 
and Monaghan, b. 15 Feb. 1788 ; m. 4 Jan. 1809, Frances, youngest 
dau. of Capt. John Harvev, of Killiane Castle, co. Wexford (see 
that family), and d. 7 Dec. 1856, having by her (who d. 28 Nov. 1869) 
had issue, 

1. Benjamin William, b. 13 Feb. 1816 ; d. 4 March, 1822. 

2. JOHN HARVEY, late of Northlands. 

3. Charles Stuart, of Glynch House, Newbliss, J.P. for cos. Meath 
and Cavan, b. 12 July, 1820 ; m. ist, 6 June, 1850, Eliza, only 
dau. of Charles McMahon, of Rockfield, co. Monaghan, and by 
her (who d. 5 May, 1860) had issue four sons, 

1. Samuel Stuart, b. 21 March, 1851. 

2. Richard Hervey, b. 27 Sept. 1852. 

3. Charles Allen, b. 12 June, 1857 ; d. 22 March, 1860. 

4. William Vigors, b. 28 Oct. 1859 ; d. 23 Dec. 1867. 

Mr. C. S. Adams m. 2ndly, 23 Oct. 1862, Jane Henrietta, eldest 
dau. of Rev. Charles Sheridan Young. She d. 21 July, 1888. 
He d. 30 April, 1876, having by her had issue, 

5. Charles Sheridan, b. 29 July, 1863 ; d. 19 Dec. 1867. 

6. Douglas Gerald, of Aubawn, Killeshandra, co. Cavan, b. 20 
March, 1868 ; m. ist, 23 Jan. 1897, Eleanor Anna, dau. of 
Lieut.-Gen. Clifford, C.B., and by her has issue, 

Violet Eleanor Sheila, b. 5 Dec. 1897. 

He m. 2ndly, 8 Oct. 1902, Edna Olivia Mant, only dau. of 
Edward Dobbs, LL.D. 

7. Claude Stuart Alexander, b. 16 March, 1874 ; d. 15 Sept. 
1875. 

1. Marie Stuart, m. 16 Oct. 1890, Rev. William Knox, Rector 
of Killeshee. 

2. Frances Florence, m. Aug. 1897, W. J. Hamilton, of Castle 
Hamilton, D.L., and has issue (see that family}. 

3. Eva Adeline, m. 26 Nov. 1891, R. Claude Hamilton, of 
Dunmany House (see HAMILTON of Castle Hamilton). 

4. Lilian Maude, d. 10 Sept. 1875. 

5. Nora Cathleen, m. 21 June, 1905, Joseph C. C. Martin. 

6. Violet Blanche, rf. 14 Sept. 1875. 

7. Irene Gwendoline, m. Rev. Herbert Hughes. 

4. Benjamin William, D.D. (Rev.), of Kinnea, co. Cavan, b. 
31 March, 1827, Rector of Santry, Diocese of Dublin ; m. ist, 
14 Dec. 1854, Georgina Roberts (who d. 16 May, 1863), dau. of 
John Drew Atkin, and grand-dau. of Sir Thomas Roberts, Bart., 
and had issue, 

i. Samuel Arthur, 6. 12 Sept. 1857 ; d. 10 March, 1869. 

1. Georgina Roberts. 

2. Frances Hervey, m. Dr. G. W. T. Clarke, and d. 7 July, 1908. 
He m. 2ndly, n Aug. 1864, Louisa Jane, dau. of William O'Brien 
Adams, M.D., and d. 26 June, 1886, leaving issue, 

2. William Augustus ADAM, of Kinnea, co. Cavan, Major 
5th Lancers, M.P. for Woolwich 1910, educated at Harrow, 
Dublin University and Sandhurst, and assumed by Deed Poll 
16 Aug. 1907, the name of ADAM, b. 27 May, 1865. 

3. Herbert Algernon ADAM, Capt. R.N., assumed by Deed Poll 
16 Aug. 1907, the name of ADAM, b. 3 Jan. 1872 ; m. 21 Dec. 
1898, Emily Banner Clough, dau. of Somerset James Johnstone, 
late R.N. (see BURKE'S Peerage, JOHNSTONE, Bt), and has issue, 

Alastair Somerset Graham, b. 1904. 
3. Constance Louisa. 

1. Dorothea Anne, m. n Nov. 1833, Le Chevalier Charles A. 
Zander, of Munich, and d. 7 Feb. 1864, having had issue. 

2. Elizabeth Frances, m. 21 March, 1833, John J. D. McDonald, 
Lieut. 47th Regt., and d. 29 Jan. 1865. 

3. Caroline Matilda, m. 2 May, 1837, Thomas R. Barry, and has 
issue. 

The eldest surviving son, 

JOHN HERVEY ADAMS, of Northlands, Barrister-at-Law, J.P. cos. 
Cavan and Monaghan, and High Sheriff 1854, b. 28 April, 1818 ; 
m. ist, 30 April, 1846, Elizabeth Frances, 3rd dau. of Ambrose 
Going, J.P., of Ballyphilip, co. Tipperary, and by her (who d. 
25 July, 1867) had iss'ue, 

1. SAMUEL ALLEN, now of Northlands. 

2. Ambrose Going, J.P., b. 22 March, 1850 ; m. 3 Oct. 1872, Anne 
Jane Foster, dau. of Rev. William Watkyns Deering, M.A., and 
had issue, 

i. Clara Elizabeth Charlotte. 2. Ethel Annie. 

1. Margaret Anna, m. 4 April, 1871, Ormsby Colville McClintock 
Jones, J.P., of Mount Edward, co. Sligo, and has issue. 

2. Elizabeth Frances, m. 3 Sept. 1872, Robert Edward Follett 
Jones, son of Major James Jones, of Mount Edward, co. Sligo, 
and has issue. 

Mr. Adams m. 2ndly, 24 Sept. 1869, Sarah Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Col. 
Owen Loyd Ormsby, 88th Regt., and d. 8 May," 1871. 

Arms Gu., a heart, between three cross-crosslets fitchee or. 
Crest On a mount vert, a cross-crosslet fitchee or, charged with a 
bleeding heart, gu. Motto In mice salus. 

Seat Northlands, Carrickmacross. 



IRELAND. 



3 

Alcock. 



ADAMS OF JAMESBROOK. 

MAJOR WILLIAM RICHARD GOOLD-ADAMS, o f 
Jamesbrook, co. Cork, J.P., late ist Dragoon 
Guards, b. 30 Aug. 1853. 

Lineage. MICHAEL GOOLD-ADAMS, of Jamesbrook (son of 
WALLIS ADAMS, and Frances Goold his wife), m. 1800, Martha, 
sister of the ist Earl of Bantry, and dau. of Simon White, of Bantry 
House, co. Cork, by Frances Jane his wife, dau. of Richard Hedges 
Eyre, of Mount Hedges, and d, 1817, having by her (who d. 1841) 
had issue, 

1. RICHARD WALLIS, his heir. 

2. Michael, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, of the Scots Greys, d. unm. 

3. Robert Hedges, d. unm. 1875. 

4. Samuel Hamilton, of Salisbury, co. Tipperary, J.P., m. ist, ~, 

in 1846, Frances Margaret, dau. of Col. Richard Wellesley Bernard, Gloucester Regt. , 
of Castle Bernard, King's Co. (see that family), and by her (who 26 Tune, l86l ! s. 
d. March, 1850) had a dau., 

Charlotte Katharine, d. num. 30 Oct. 1905. 
He m. andly, Nov. 1852, Frances Louisa (d. 13 Sept. 1905), dau. 



cross invected and holding in the dexter paw a kev in pale all 
or. Motto Watch and ward. 

Seats Glenfarne Hall, co. Leitrim, and Linden Hall, Long 
Horsley, Northumberland. Clubs Naval and Militarv Kildare 
Street, and Royal St. George Yacht. 



ALCOCK OF WILTON. 
CAPT. PHILIP CLAY- 
TON ALCOCK, of Wilton, 
co. Wexford, J.P., 
D L., High Sheriff 
1900, late Capt. 
b. 



uncle 1893. 



of Very Rev. Thomas John Burgh, Dean of Cloyne,'by"Lady 

Anna Burgh, his wife (see DE BURGH of Oldtown). He d. Dec. 

1884. 

1. Frances Jane, d. Nov. 1884. 
His eldest son, 

RICHARD WALLIS GOOLD-ADAMS, of Jamesbrook J P High 
Sheriff 1868, b. 27 March, 1802 : m. 4 Nov. 1852, Mary Sarah, dau 
of Sir William Wrixon Becher, Bart., of Ballygiblin. She d 31 Dec 
1899. He d. 5 May, 1873, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM RICHARD, now of Jamesbrook. 

2. Francis Michael, b. 20 Dec. 1854 ; Capt. R.A., Assistant 
Superintendent of the School of Gunnery at Shoeburyness m 
z Nov. 1881, Evelyn, dau. of Rev. Edward P. Wynne, Rector 
of Shoeburyness, and was killed in the explosion at that place 
26 Feb. 1885, leaving three daus., 

1. Evelyn St. Bride Mary, m. Edward W. Scrutton. 

2. Lynette. 

3. Beatrice, m. Francis Rowe, I.C.S. 

3. Richard Eyre, Major late Highland Light Inf., b. 22 July 
1856 ; m. 8 Jan. 1891, Zoe, dau. of Charles Douglas Burnett 
of Hawley, Hants, and d. 31 Oct., 1910. 

4. Hamilton John (Sir), G.C.M.G. (1907), K.C.M.G. (1902), C.B., 
Maj. (ret.) Roy. Scots Regt., Lieut.-Gov. of Orange River 
Colony 1901, Gov. and Com.-in-Chief 1909-10, High Commissioner i 
and Com. -in-Chief of Cyprus from 1911 (Government House I 
Nicosia, Cyprus. Club Army and Navy), b. 27 June, 1858 ' 
m. 4 July, 1911, Elsie, youngest dau. of Charles Riordon o' 
Montreal, Canada. 

n MT y A d , Ward Fane> CM - G -> Colonel R.A. (United Service 
Club), b. 16 May, 1860. 

6. Edward Eyre (Rev.), Rector of Beelsby, Grimsby, M.A. Camb 
b. 5 April, 1862 ; d. unm. 24 April, 1900. 

7. Arthur Chaloner (Corbally, Glanmire, co. Cork) b 7 Dec 
w 6 iV m ' t 2 A P ril >J. 8 ?3, Lilian Sarah, dau. of the 'late Charles 
Weldon, of Morden Hill, Lewisham, and has issue 




Aileen Lilian, b. 30 Oct. 1895. 
Seat Jamesbrook, near Balli 



ADAMSON OF GLENFARNE 

LIEUT. - COL. JOHN 
GEORGE ADAMSON, of 
Linden Hall, Co. Nor- 
thumberland and of 
Glenfarne Hall, co. 
Leitrim, D.L., J. P., High 
Sheriff 1908, late King's 
Own Yorkshire Light 
Infantry, b. 8 Jan. 1855 ; 
m. 9 Aug. 1883, Caroline 
Sara, only dau. of 
the late Rev. James 
Timothy Bainbridge 
Landon, M.A. Oxford, 

Hon. Canon of York, and Vicar of Ledsham, 
Yorks., formerly Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford! 
and has issue, 

1. Muriel Annie Pearl, b. 25 May 1884 

2. Catharine Evelyn, b. 8 Dec. 1890. 

Lieut.-Col. Adamson is the elder son of the late 
Lawrence William Adamson, LL.D., D.L., of Linden, 
Long Horsley, co. Northumberland (see BURKE'S 
Landed Gentry), and Anne Jane, his first wife, who 
d. 16 Dec. 1869, dau. of John Thomas Edward Flint, 
of Filleigh, co. Devon. 

Lineage. See ADAMSON of Linden. 

Arms Vert goutte d'eau a cross invected, in the first quarter a 
key m pale and in the second a talbot passant all or. Crest A 
talbot passant az. collared and charged on the shoulder with a 




Lineage. JOHN ALCOCK, 
of Downpatrick, had issue, 
with three daus. (Elizabeth, 
m. Oct. 1680, her kinsman, 
John Alcock, of Kells, co. 
Meath, another m. Godfrey 
Williamson, and another m. 
Robert Rowan), three sons, 

' 1.' WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Alexander (Rev.), b. 
1665, entered Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, 2 Jan. 1684, aged 
19, B.A. 1688, M.A. 1692, 
Chancellor of the Diocese of 
Waterford 1699, Dean of 
Lismore 22 July, 1725 ; m. 
Jane, dau. of Sir John 

Mason, Knt., of Waterford (and sister to Aland John Mason 
M.P., who m. in 1739, Elizabeth, created 1746, Viscountess 
Grandison, of Dromana, co. Waterford), and d. 1747, leaving 
issue, 

3. Simon, of Dublin, m. Aug. 1680, Rose Kelly, and d.s.p. His 
will, dated 8 April, 1725, was proved 27 April, 1727. 

The eldest son, 

WILLIAM ALCOCK, of Wilton, co. Wexford, m. Aug. 1670, Jane, 
dau. of John Bamber, of Bamber Hall, co. Lancaster, and had 
issue, 

1. Richard, 6. 1675 ; d.s.p. 2. WILLIAM, his successor. 

3. John, b. 1682. 

1. Mary, m. Richard Leigh, of Collinmore, co. Westmeath. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Robert Haly. 

3. Alice, m. Aug. 1695, Michael Moore, of Drogheda. 

4. Jane, m. Patrick Lattin, of Dublin. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM ALCOCK, of Wilton, b. 1681 ; m. 13 May, 1701, Henrietta, 
3rd dau. of Sir John Mason, Knt., of Waterford, and had issue 
seven daus., Elizabeth ; Anna Maria ; Alice ; Susannah ; Anne ; 
Hannah ; Mary ; and two sons, 

1. WILLIAM,' his heir. 

2. Henry, of Nymphall, co. Waterford, b. 1716 ; m. 7 Sept. 1748, 
Jane Sheppard, and d. s.p. His will, dated 13 April, 1779, was 
proved 8 June, 1784 ; his widow d. 1806, aged 84. 

Mr. Alcock's will, dated 1738, was proved 1739. His eldest son, 

WILLIAM ALCOCK, of Wilton, Col. of the Waterford Regt. of 
Militia, m. May, 1734, Hon. Mary Loftus, eldest dau. of Nicholas, 
Viscount Loftus, and in her descendants co-heir to her brother 
Henry, Earl of Ely ; and had issue, three sons and two daus., 

1. HENRY, his heir. 

2. William (Major), of Springfield House, co. Wexford (will dated 
8 July, 1808), m. ist, Miss Goldfrap, by whom he had issue, 

i. William Henry. 2. Henry Loftus. 

i. Ada, m. Stepney. 2. Jane Evans. 
He m. 2ndly, Beata, sister of Edward Turner, and by her left 
issue, 

3. Sarah Beata. 4. Anne. 

5. Mary Catherine. 

3. John (Sir), of Waterford, Knt. (whose will, dated 22 Feb. 
1792, was proved 7 May, 1799)- He m. 4 April, 1777, Sarah, dau. 
of Rev. William Dennis, of Coolroebeg, co. Waterford, by whom 
(who d. 4 April, 1825) he had issue, 

i. William, b. 1778, d. unm. 

1. Jane, m. Thomas Carew, of Ballinamona. 

2. Marianne, m. Ven. Strange Butson, Archdeacon of Clonfert. 

3. Henrietta, m. Edward Williain Tottenham, of Woodviiie, 
co. Wexford. 

4. Sarah, d. young. 

1. Mary, m. James Kearney, of Waterford. 

2. Henrietta, m. Dec. 1785, John Burchall, of Waterford. 

Col. Alcock d. 19 March, 1779. His will, dated 14 March, 1779, was 
proved 15 May, 1779. His eldest son, 

HENRY ALCOCK, of Wilton, M.P. for Waterford, an officer in the 
1 3th Light Dragoons, m. i June, 1764, Philippa Melosina, dau. of 
the Right Rev. Richard Chenevix, Bishop of Waterford and Lis- 
more ; she d. with her infant son, 14 May, 1765- He m. zndly, 6 
Sept. 1766, Elizabeth Catharine, dau. of Beverley Ussher, M.P. for 
co. Waterford for 36 years, and by her had issue, 

1. William Henry, d. unm. 2. Ussher, d. unm- 

3. WILLIAM CONGREVE, b. 1771, M.P. for co. Wexford, . jjj s 
father 1811, and d. unm. 1812, when Wilton devolved on his 
only surviving brother. 

A 2 



Alcock. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



4. HARRY, s. his brother. 

1. Eliza Jane. 2. Mary Anne. 

3. Henrietta, ;. Jan. 1804, James Wallace, of Waterford. 
Mr. Alcock d. 1811 ; his son, 

HARRY ALCOCK, of Wilton, b. 22 Feb. 1792, s. his elder brother 
in 1812, and m. 10 Sept. 1818, Margaret Elinor, dau. and heir 



worth, the Provost-Marshal). Sir Richard m. Martha, dau. of Sir 
Robert Travers, niece of Michael Boyle, the Primate, and widow of 
Capt. Robert Stannard, and had a son and heir, 

BOYLE ALDWORTH, of Newmarket, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Culliford, and had an only son, 

RICHARD ALDWORTH, of Newmarket, b. in 1694 ; m. Elizabeth 



of James Savage, of Kilgibbon, co. Wexford, a descendant of the (the only lady ever made a Freemason), dau. of Arthur, ist Lord 



old Anglo-Norman family of Savage, of Portaferry. She 
March. 1867. He d. 3 Dec. 1840, having had issue, 

1. HARRY, late of Wilton Castle. 

2. Ussher William, late Lieut. 8srd Regt., b. 7 April, 1825 ; m. 
14 Sept. 1857, Aphra Belinda, dau. of Richard Daxton, and has 
issue, 

1. Harry, b. 30 April, 1861. 

2. William Augustus, b. 14 Oct. 1867. 

3. Ussher William, b. 29 March, 1866. 

1. Sarah Aphra, d. young. 

2. Henrietta Mary, m. g Aug. 1883, Edward John Wolfe, son i 
of Ven. John Charles Wolfe, Archdeacon of Clogher (see WOLFE 
of Forenaghts). 



Doneraile, and had issue, 

1. BOYLE, his heir. 

2. ST. LEGER, who was created Lord Doneraile (see BURKE'S 
Peerage). 

Mr. Aldworth d. 25 April, 1776, and was s. by his eldest son, 

BOYLE ALDWORTH, of Newmarket, m. ist, Jane, dau. of Robert 
Oliver, of Cloughnodfoy, co. Limerick, and by her had issue, 

1. RICHARD, of Newmarket, of Rockmill Lodge, and of Ann's 
Grove, co. Cork, b. 1741 ; m. i Feb. 1770, Anne (relict of Admiral 
Thomas Cotes), dau. of John Ryder, D.D., Archbishop of Tuam, 
by Alicia, dau. of John Wilmot, of Osmaston (she was b. 8 June, 
1743, and d. 10 May, 1827), and d.s.p. 4 April, 1824, aged 83. 

2. Robert, d. young. 

1. Jane, m. Phineas Bury. 

2. Elizabeth, m. John Flood. 

3. Mary. 4. Susan. 

He m. andly, Oct. 1755, Martha, dau. of Col. Christopher Rogers, 
of Lota, co. Cork, and by her had issue, 
3. St. Leger, d.s.p. 1823. 4. Christopher, d.s.p. 1796. 

5. ROBERT ROGERS, who carried on the line. 
Mr. Aldworth d. 7 Dec. 1788. His youngest son, 

Katherine Annette Pauline, m. 24 April, 1870, Rev. Thomas i ROBERT ROGERS ALDWORTH, of Newmarket, m. 12 March, 1793, 
Yarde, of Culver House, Chudleigh, and d. 1893. Elizabeth, dau. of the Ven. John Oliver, Archdeacon of Ardagh, 

and had issue, 

1. RICHARD OLIVER, late of Newmarket. 

2. John (Rev.), Rector of Glanworth, co. Cork, b. 28 Dec. 1800 ; 
m. ist, 5 May, 1826, Anne, dau. of Charles Deane Oliver, of 
Rockmill Lodge, co. Cork. She d. 7 Nov. 1845, leaving issue. 
He m. 2ndly, 10 June, 1847, Mary, dau. of William Jackson, 
of Youghal. She d.s.p. 12 Dec. 1864. He d. 12 June, 1878, 
having by his ist wife had issue, 

i. Charles Oliver, of Poulacurra and Ballybrack, co. Cork, b. 



1857: 

Clayton, of Adlington Hall, co. Lancaster, and Carigbyrne Lodge, 
co. Wexford (see BROWNE-CLAYTON of Browne's Hill). She 
d. 3 April, 1909. He d. 28 May, 1886, leaving issue, 
i PHILIP CLAYTON, now of Wilton. 



Arthur Henry, b. 14 June, 1872. 



Clotilde Henrietta. 



3. Edith Mary. 



4. George Augustus (Rev.), b. 12 Aug. 1829 ; d. 9 April, 1905 
in. 30 July, 1860, Katharine, dau. of Rev. Robert Fishbourni 



Rector of Ferns, co. Wexford, and had issue, 
James Augustus, b. 25 July, 1861. 

1. Elinor Catherine, d. unm. i Nov. 1908. 

2. Henrietta, m. 1853, William Russell Farmar, of Bloomfield, 
co. Wexford, who d. 20 Sept. 1871. 

3. Elizabeth Louisa, m. July, 1856, Henry Eckersal Wynne, and 
d. 16 May, 1888. 

4. Margaret Charlotte, m. 1851, David Beatty, of Borodale, co. 
Wexford, who d. 5 April, 1881. 

5. Sarah, m. 1848, Sir Thomas John Fetherston, sth bart., of 
Ardagh, who d. 21 Sept. 1869. Lady Fetherston d. 27 Jan. 1872. 

The eldest son, 

HARRY ALCOCK, of Wilton, J.P. and D.L., Hon.-Col. Wexford 
Militia, High Sheriff 1846, b. 27 July, 1821 ; and d.s.p. 12 July, 1893, 
leaving his property to his nephew. 

Arms Arg., a fess, between three cocks' heads, erased sa. 
Crest On a pomeis, charged with a cross pattee or, a cock statant 
sa. Motto Vigilate. 

Seat Wilton Castle, Enniscorthy. Club Kildare Street, 
Dublin. 



ALCOCK-STAWELL-RIVERSDAiLE. See 
STAWELL. 



ALDWORTH OF NEWMARKET. 

JOHN CHARLES OLIVER 
ALDWORTH, of New - 
market Court, co. Cork, 
formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
King's Shropshire Lt. 
Inf., Capt. and Hon. 
Major late 9th Batt. 
King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
served in S. Africa 
(Queen's Medal and four 
clasps and King's Medal), 
b. 2 Dec. 1869 ; 5. his 
cousin 12 March, 1907; 
m. 27 Aug. 1901, Lena 
Stephanie Cecil, elder 
dau. of late John Stephen 
Collins, J.P., of Ardnalee 
(see that family), and has 
issue, three daus., 

1. Dorothy Agnes St. Leger. 2. Susan Stephanie Cecil Letitia. 

3. Mary Katherine Elizabeth. 

Lineage. RICHARD ALDWORTH obtained a grant of part of 
the Earl of Desmond's forfeited estate near Short Castle, Mallow 
temp. ELIZABETH. He m. Ellen Poer, and was father of 

SIR RICHARD ALDWORTH, Knt., Provost-Marshal and Vice- 
President of Munster, to whom the manor and estate of Newmarket 
were granted, i M ' 
21 June, 1629 (Fun 
to 

^?? Rl , c ARD ALDWORTH, Knt., of Newmarket, eldest son of 
William Aldworth (who was the elder brother of Sir Richard Aid- 




3 Aug. 1829 ; d. 7 Nov. 1896 ; m. 13 Feb. 1868, Sarah, dau. of 
William Crooke Ronayne, of Cork, and widow of Robert James 
Martin, of Dublin, and had issue, 

(1) JOHN CHARLES OLIVER, now of Newmarket. 

(2) William Ronayne Oliver, b. 23 March, 1874. 

2. Robert St. Leger (Rev.), Rector of Athnowen, co. Cork, 6. 
8 July, 1832; d. 1893 ; m. 9 Sept. 1871, Sarah Pratt, dau. of 
Noblett Dunscombe Parker, of Carrigrohan Lodge, co. Cork, 
M.D, 

3. Richard Fitzjohn, District Inspector Royal Irish Con- 
stabulary, b. 22 Oct. 1836 ; m. ist, 7 April, 1869, Elizabeth 
MacGregor, dau. of William Hutton, of Headview House, co. 
Waterford, and by her (who d. 3 May, 1889, had issue, 

Oliver Fitzmaurice, b. 5 March, 1870 ; d. 9 April, 1884. 
He m. andly, 9 Nov. 1891, Maria Louisa, dau. of Rev. E. 
Loftus FitzGerald, and d.s.p.s. 10 Feb. 1893. 

4. St. Leger Hewitt, d. 19 June, 1850. 

1. Elizabeth Katherine, m. 20 May, 1871, Rev. Percival Walsh 
Jordan, Rector of Drayton, co. Oxford, and had issue. She d. 
17 April, 1908. 

2. Sarah Maria. 3. Letitia Agnes. 

8. St. Leger, Comm. R.N., of Dunmahon, Carrigdownane and 

Dungansiliagh, co. Cork, J.P., b. 4 Sept. 1806 ; m. 20 Oct. 

1836, Alicia Susan Deane, dau. of Charles Deane Oliver, of 

Rockmill Lodge, and d. 6 Jan. 1877, having by her (who d. 23 

Nov. 1874) had issue, 

Robert Oliver, Capt. 49th Regt., b. 14 Mav, 1839 ; d. unm. 31 
July, 1874. 

Alicia Emily Hester St. Leger, of Beechmount and Carrig- 
downane, co. Cork. 

4. Robert, of Glouncaume and Meenkeragh, co. Cork, Col. 

(retired) N. Cork Rifles, late Capt. 94th Regt., b. 31 Oct. 1809 ; 

m. 29 April, 1852, Olivia Catherine, dau. of Rev. James Morton, 

Rector of Clonfert, and widow of George Wood, of Edghill, 

Liverpool, and d. i Sept. 1899, having had isoue, 

i. Robert Morton, b. 29 July, 1854 > d. 29 Aug. 1868. 
--2. William, b. 3 Oct. iSss.'D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. Duke of Corn- 
wall's L.I., formerly Beds. Regt., killed in action at Paarde- 
berg, S. Africa, when gallantly leading his regiment, 18 Feb. 
1900, d. unm. 

3. St. Leger Boyle, of Meenkeragh, co. Cork, late District 
Superintendent Burmah Police, and Deputy Commissioner, 
Arakan Hill Tracts, b. 18 May, 1863. 

4. John James Richard Oliver, Malay Federated States Civil 
Service, b. 18 Sept. 1866 ; m. 24 May, I9 os, Dorothea Anne 
Harvey, dau. of Richard W. Drew, of Bechingley House 
Surrey, and has issue, 

"Robert Harvey, b. 17 Nov. 1906. 
Kathleen Olivia, b. 14 Nov. 1908. 

1. Olivia (Clarempnt, Dor k ing). 

2. Adelaide Louisa, m. 24 June, 1880, Rev. Charles James 
Ferguson, D.D., Rector of Clondalkin co. Dublin, and has 
issue, three sons and two daus. 

3. Letitia Charlotte, d. young, 1861. 

4. Jane Dorothea Sophia. 

Mr. Aldworth d. 28 Jan. 1836. His eldest son, 



TMaWh %anor and estate of Newmarket ' R^HARD OLIVER' ALDWORTH, of Newmarket, co. Cork, J.P. 

i March 1621. He m. Anne Mervm, and d.s.p. \ and D.L., High Sheriff 1832-33, b. 2 Feb. 1794 m 22 Jan 1824 
Fun. Ent.). That property devolved in succession Lady Letitia Hare, eldest dfu of Richard, V scount En^ismore 



(eldest son of William, ist Earl of Listowel), and d. 27 Feb. 1887, 
having by her (who d. 19 Sept. 1874) had issue, 
1. RICHARD WILLIAM, late of Newmarket. 



5 



IRELAND. 



Alexander. 



2. ROBERT, late of Newmarket. 

3. William St. Leger (Rev.), Vicar of Eardisley, co. Hereford, 
b. 21 Feb. 1829 ; m. June, 1853, Mary, 3rd dau. of William Stark 
Dougall, of Scotscraig, co. Fife, and d.s.p. 29 Dec. 1865. 

4. John (Rev.), b. 8 Sept. 1832 ; d. 18 April, 1896. 
1. Katherine Anne. 

The eldest son, 

COL. RICHARD WILLIAM ALDWORTH, of Newmarket Court, co. 
Cork, Col. late 7th Royal Fusiliers, J.P. for cos. Cork, Kerry, and 
Limerick, D.L. co. Cork, High Sheriff co. Cork, 1869 ; b. 31 Jan. 
1825 ; m. 30. July, 1863, Lady Mary Catherine Henrietta Bernard, 
eldest dau. of Francis, 3rd Earl of Bandon, and d.s.p. 4 Feb. 1899. 
He was s. by his brother, 

ROBERT ALDWORTH, of Newmarket Court, co. Cork, and West- 
lake, co. Somerset, J.P. for both cos., Barrister-at-Law, formerly 
Capt. and Hon. Major gth Batt. King's Royal Rifles, b. n June, 
1827 ; m. 23 May, 1867, Louisa Mary (who d. 13 May, 1903), eldest 
dau. and co-heir of Major-Gen. Henry Dunbar Tolley, C.B., by 
Frances his wife, sister of 6th and 7th Viscounts Midleton. He d. 
12 March, 1907, being s. by his kinsman. 

Arms Arg., a fess engrailed between six billets, gu. Crest 
A dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping a straight 
sword, all ppr. Motto Nee temere, nee timide. 

Seat Newmarket Court, co. Cork. 



ALEXANDER OF MILFORD. 

JOHN ALEXANDER, of Milford House, co. Carlow, 
JiP., High Sheriff 1891, formerly Major King's 
Dragoon Guards, b, 23 Sept. 1850 ; s. his father 
1885 ; m. 22 April, 1896, Ethel, dau. of Kennett 
Bayley, of Sevenoaks, Inchicore, co. Dublin, and 
has issue, 

1. JOHN, b. g July, 1898. 2. Kennett, 6. 22 March, 1900. 

3. William, b. 13 May, 1901. 4. George, b. 21 Dec. 1907. 

1. Jane. 

Lineage. THE REV. ANDREW ALEXANDER, D.D., Presby- 
terian minister, went from Scotland and settled in the north of 
Ireland, A.D. 1618. He m. Dorothea, dau. of Rev. James Caulfeild, 
D.D., and dying circa 1641, left a son, 

ANDREW ALEXANDER, of Ballyclose, Newtownlimavady (at- 
tainted by JAMES II., 1689), m. ist, a dau. of Sir Thomas Phillips, 
called Governor Phillips, and had a son and heir, JACOB. He m, 
2ndly, a dau. of the Laird of Hilles, and had a son, JOHN, of whom 
alter as ancestor of ALEXANDER of Milford. The eldest son, 

JACOB ALEXANDER, of Newtownlimavady, m. 1692, Margaret (or 
Jane), dau. and heiress of John Oliver, of The Lodge, Newtown- 
limavady, chief magistrate appointed to administer the oath of 
allegiance on the accession of WILLIAM and MARY, and had issue. 
The eldest son, 

JAMES ALEXANDER, of Newtownlimavady, merchant, m. Eliza- 
beth Ross, of Newtownlimavady, and had issue. Mr. Alexander 
(whose will was proved 4 July, 1786) was s. by his eldest son, 

LESLEY ALEXANDER, of Newtownlimavady, who m. Anna 
Simpson, of Armagh, and had issue, 

1. John, of Newtownlimavady, m. Margaret, dau. of Samuel 
Maxwell, and dying 1853, left issue, 

1. Lesley, nth Hussars, d. unm. 

2. Alexander, d. unm. 

3. Samuel Maxwell, of Roe Park, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
co. Londonderry, b. 1834 ; m. 22 April, 1884, Henrietta Con- 
stance, dau. of Sir Frederick William Heygate, Bart., and d.s.p. 
10 June, 1886. 

4. John, of Newtownlimavady, b. 1836 ; d. unm. 

1. Anna, m. 1857, Alfred John Stanton, M.P., and d. 1858. 

2. Jane, m. 1850, E. F. C. Ritter. He d. 1891, leaving issue. 
She d. 23 March, 1903. 

2. James, of Gortinesson, co. Derry. 

3. Lesley, of Foyle Park, J.P. and. D.L., m. 1835, Amelia Maria, 
dau. of Col. Bates, but d.s.p. 

4. Alexander, d. 1832. 

5. THOMAS, late of Buncrana. 

1. Louisa. 2. Jane, m. William Moody. 

3. Elizabeth. 
The youngest son, 

THOMAS ALEXANDER, of Frowick House, Essex, and Buncrana, 
co. Donegal, and 70, Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, High Sheriff co. 
Donegal 1852, b. 1791 ; m. 1836, Jane, eldest dau. of William 
Haigh, of Westfield House, Doncaster (who d. 12 May, 1828), and 
Rosetta Alethea Martin his wife (who d. 1834). She d. 24 Feb. 
1875. He d. 17 Feb. 1867, having had issue, 

1. LESLEY WILLIAM, of Buncrana, co. Donegal, and of Ahilly, 
b. 15 Aug. 1841 ; d. unm. 15 July, 1909. 

2. James, b. 1843 ; d. 19 Aug. 1869. 

3. Thomas, d. 2 Sept. 1877. 

4. Edward Merydeth Edgworth, d. unm. 

1. Anna Louisa, m. Capt. S. S. Bristowe, of Hutoft, Lincolnshire. 

2. Rosetta, m. 7 May, 1861, Algernon Bathurst, son of Sir James 
and Lady Caroline Bathurst. He d. 16 Feb. 1895. 

3. Elizabeth Frances, d. unm. Oct. 1897. 

We now return to JOHN ALEXANDER above mentioned. This JOHN 
ALEXANDER, of Ballyclose, Newtownlimavady, co. Londonderry, 
and Gunsland, cp. Donegal, son of Andrew Alexander, of Ballyclose, 
by his second wife, m. Anne, dau. of John White, of Cady Hall, co. 
Londonderry, and d. 12 March, 1747, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of whose line we treat. 

2. NATHANIEL, ancestor of the ALEXANDERS of Portglenone, 
and of the EARLS OF CALEDON. 



Sept., 1872 ; m. 



July, 1855, Lucia Margaret, 
Bart. She d. 7 Feb. 1893. 



3. William, ancestor of ALEXANDER, Bart., of Dublin. 

1. Martha, m. Alexander Kellie. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN ALEXANDER, of Londonderry, b. 1689 ; m. Sarah, dau. of 
Alexander Macaulay, of Drumnagisson, co. Antrim. He d. 1766, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, 

JOHN ALEXANDER, of Ardmoulin, co. Down, b. 26 Jan. 1736 ; m. 
29 May, 1760, Anne, dau. of George Portis, and dying 23 Dec. 
1821, was s. by his son, 

JOHN ALEXANDER, of Milford, co. Carlow, b. 27 Feb. 1764 ; m. 
8 Sept. 1801, Christian, dau. of Lorenzo Nickson Izod, of ChapeJ 
Izod, co. Kilkenny. She d. 13 Dec. 1864, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of Milford. 

2. Lorenzo William, b. 22 Oct. 1810 ; m. 25 June, 1857, Harriet, 
dau. of Col. Henry Bruen, of Oak Park, co. Carlow, and d. 21 Sept. 
1867, leaving 

i. Henry Bruen, b. 8 Nov. 1860. 

1. Christian. 

2. Anne, m. 21 Dec. 1886, Henry E. W. de Robeck, Wicklow 
Art., late Capt. R.A., eldest son of Baron de Robeck. 

3. George, of Erindale, co. Carlow, J.P., Barrister-at-Law, b. 
17 Feb. 1814 ; m. 28 Feb. 1861, Susan Henn (d. July, 1895), dau. 
of Stephen Collins, Q.C., of Merrion Square, Dublin (see COLLINS 
of Ardnalea), and d. 1893, leaving issue, 

i. John Stephen, b. 4 Jan. 1862. 2. Frank, b. 26 Jan. 1864. 

3. James Leslie, Major Indian Army, b. i May, 1868 ; m. 17 
Oct. 1903, Emily Shakespear, youngest dau. of Gen. Sir 
Robert Cunliffe Low, G.C.B., and has issue a son, b. 17 April, 
1907. 

4. Walter Lorenzo, Capt. Yorks. Regt, b. 
and has issue, a son, b. 18 April, 1905. 

i. Christian Izod. 

4. James, b. 8 March, 1818 ; m. 12 
dau. of Sir William Clarke Travers, 
He d.s.p. 9 Feb. 1882. 

5. Charles Leslie (Rev.), b. 28 April, 1820 ; m. 26 Jan. 1882, 
Hon. Emily Caroline Fremantle, dau. of ist Lord Cottesloe, 
and d.s.p. 1888. 

6. Henry, Gen. in the Army, b. 17 Aug. 1822. 

1. Anne, m. 6 Oct. 1828, John Cranstoun, and d.s.p. 10 April, 
1862. 

2. Lucia, d. unm. 7 Oct. 1877. 

3. Fanny, m. 19 Oct. 1847, Rev. Charles Henry Travers. 
i Mr. Alexander d. 16 Aug. 1843. His eldest son, 

JOHN ALEXANDER, of Milford House, co. Carlow, M.A., High 
Sheriff 1824, and M.P. for Carlow 1853 to 1859, b. 26 July, 1802 ; 
m. 18 Oct. 1848, Esther, eldest dau. of Matthew Brinkley, of Parsons- 
town, co. Meath, 2nd son of Right Rev. John Brinkley, Bishop 
of Cloyne, and d. Oct. 1885, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, now of Milford. 

2. William Cranstoun, b. 5 Nov. 1851 ; m. 8 Feb. 1879, Edith 
Caroline, dau. of Col. William Longfield, of Ashgrove, co. Cork. 

3. Lorenzo, of Sandon, British Columbia, b. 28 Aug. 1853 m - 
28 Dec. 1899, Charlotte Catherine Louisa, dau. of Arthur John 
Campbell Gwatkin (see BURKE'S Family Records], and has issue, 

A son, 6. 30 May, 1901. 
A dau., b. 13 Oct. 1902. 

4. Charles Henry, Maj. R.A., b. 2 June, 1856 ; m. 17 March, 
1891, Isabel Annie, dau. of Gen. Sir Campbell Claye Ross, K.C.B., 
of Lothian House, Ryde. 

5. George, Barrister-at-Law, b. 20 June, 1858. 

1. Harriet Lucia, m. 8 July, 1875, Lieut.-Col. E. G. M. 
Donnithorne, late Scots Greys, and has issue. 
Seat Milford House, near Carlow. Clubs Naval and Military, 
and Kildare Street. 



ALEXANDER OF FORKILL. 

GRANVILLE HENRY 
JACKSON ALEXANDER, of 
Forkill House, co. Ar- 
magh, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff, 1883, late 
Lieut. 83rd Regt. and 
Capt. 3rd Batt., Royal 
Irish Fus., 6. 26 June, 
1852; m. 25 Feb. 1880, 
Daisy, dau. of M. 
Mathews, of San Fran- 
cisco. 

Lineage. NATHANIEL 
ALEXANDER, of Gunsland, co. 
Donegal, b. 1689, and son of 
JOHN ALEXANDER, of Ballyclose, co. Londonderry, and of Gunsland, 
co. Donegal (see ALEXANDER of Milford), and grandson of 
ANDREW ALEXANDER, of Ballyclose. He was admitted an 
alderman of Londonderry 1755. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of 
William McClintock, of Dunmore, co. Donegal (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, RATHDONNELL, B.), and d. 22 Sept. 1761, having had 
issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of London, Barrister-at-Law, m. i Jan. 1753, 

Charlotte, dau. of Messenger Monsey, M.D., of Chelsea Hospital. 

She d. ii Oct. 1798. He d. 1774, leaving issue, 

i. Monsey (Rev.), incumbent of Moville, co. Derry, m. Susan 




Alexander. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



He m. 2ndly, 13 Dec. 
reville, LL.D., 



Maria, dau. of James McClintock. He d. 1790, having by her 
(who m. zndly, Rev. Samuel Law Montgomery) had an only dau., 
Dorothea, m. 1816, Rev. Alexander Staples, D.D., rector 
of Gowran. She d. 1859. He d. 1864, leaving issue. 
2. William, d. unm. 3. John, d. unm. 

4. Robert, E.I.C.S., and member of council at Madras, b. \ 
April, 1771 ; m. rst, dau. of Williams, and had a son, 

(1) James Williams, B.S.C., d.s.p. 

He m. 2ndly, 6 May, 1809, Grace, dau. of Rev. St. John Blacker, 
D.D. She d. 19 Oct. 1835. He d. 15 July, 1861, aged 90, 
having had, 

(2) Robert, of Holwood, Kent, C.B., B.S.C., b. 2 July 
1813 ; m. ist, 8 Oct. 1846, Caroline Skelton, dau. of George 
Murray. She d.s.p. 29 July, 1859. He m. 2 

1870, Emmeline Bethia, dau. of R. K. Gre 

and widow of Major-Gen. H. Drummond. He d.s.p. 16 Aug. 

1882. 

(1) Charlotte, m. 17 Aug. 1850, John Muddelle. 

(2) Mary, m. 6 April, 1837, Rev. Sir St. Vincent Love 
Hammick, 2nd bart., who d. 19 Feb. 1888. She d. 17 July, 
1902, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

1. Charlotte Grace. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 27 Dec. 1803, Henry Harmer, of Bicton Hall, 
Salop. 3. Mary. 

4. Anne, m. William Dalton, and d.s.p. 1840. 

5. Jemima, m. 1789, Rev. John Edward Rolfe. She d. 25 I 
June, 1827. He d. 24 July, 1795, leaving issue. 

6. Catherine, m. 1800, Ven. John Bedingfeld Collyer, arch- 
deacon of Norwich, and had issue. 

2. ROBERT, of Boom Hall. 

3. James, ist EARL OF CALEDON (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

1 Mary Jane, m. ist, Joseph Weld, and andly, Hamilton j 

Maclure, and had i^sue. 

2. Rebecca, m. 1766, Josias Du Pre, of Wilton Park, Bucks, 

and d. 1800. 
Alderman Alexander d. 22 Sept. 1761. His 2nd son, 

ROBERT ALEXANDER, of Boom Hall, co. Londonderry, m. I 
Anne, dau. and coheir of Henry McCullogh. She d. 20 Jan. I 
1817. He d. 27 March, 1790, leaving issue, 

1. NATHANIEL (Right Rev.), of whom presently. 

2. Henry, of Glentogher, co. Donegal, M.P. in several Parlia- 
ments, b. 1763, m. 14 Feb. 1807, Dorothy, dau. of Francis Rivers. 
She d. 10 Dec. 1864. He d. 6 May, 1818, leaving issue, 

i. James, B.C.S., b. 12 Jan. 1813 ; m. 6 Nov. 1849, Catherine, 
dau. of Richard Harvey. She d. 6 Dec. 1879. He d.s.p. 
28 Feb. 1851. 

1. Mary. 

2. Ann, m. 1838, Maj.-Gen. George Rowlandson. He d. 
31 May, 1875. She d. 6 April, 1851, leaving issue. 

3. Catherine. 4. Fanny. 

3. William, Lieut.-Gcn. in the Army, b. 1768 ; m. 1793, Matilda, 
dau. of Sir Robert Waller, Bart. Shed. 1850. He d. i Jan. j 
1824, leaving a son and a dau., 

i. Robert (Rev.), Prebendary of Derry and Rector of 
Aghadoe, b. 17 Sept. 1795 ; m. 16 Oct. 1820, Dorothea, dau. 
and heir of Henry McClintock, of Rathdonnell House, co. 
Donegal (see BURKE'S Peerage, RATHDONNELL, B.). She d. 
17 May, 1877. He d. n May, 1872, leaving issue, 

(1) William (Most Rev.), D.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of 
Armagh (see BURKE'S Peerage), b. 13 April, 1824 ; d. Aug. 
1911 ; m. 15 Oct. 1850, Cecil Frances, dau. of Maj. John 
Humphreys, D.L., of Miltown House, co. Tyrone. She 
d. 12 Oct. 1895, leaving issue, 

la. Robert Jocelyn, B.A. Oxford, b. n June, 1852 ; m. 
5 Jan. 1876, Alice Rachael, dau. of J. J. H. Humphreys, 
of Lincoln's Inn, and had issue, 

William Harold, b. 26 Feb., d. 5 Dec. 1880. 
2a. Cecil John Francis, b. 16 March, 1855 ; d. 28 March, 
1910 ; m. 27 July, 1882, Eva Frances, dau. of Right 
Hon. Arthur MacMurrough Kavanagh, of Borris, co. | 
Carlow (see that family), and by her (who d. 27 Sept. 
1896), had issue, 

Arthur Cecil, d. unm., 29 Oct., 1907. 
i a. Eleanor Jane. 
2. Dorothea Agnes, m. 22 July, 1893, George John Bowen. 

(2) Henry McClintock, Rear-Adm. R.N., b. 7 Oct. 1834 ; 
m. ist, 22 Oct. 1864, Eliza Frances Charlotte, only 
dau. of Sir W. S. Wiseman, 8th bart. She d. i April, 1875 
leaving issue, 

la. Robert William Wiseman, b. n Jan. 1870. 

i. Kathleen Henrietta, d. 6 Feb. 1877. 

2. Charlotte Marion. 

3. Agatha Frances Mary, m. Christopher B. L. Lefroy, and 

d. 27 June, 1903. 

He m. 2ndly, 16 Jan. 1877, Agnes, widow of Col. J. Wray, 
and dau. of Capt. J. Hannay. He d. 17 Dec. 1896. 
(i) Mary, m. 17 Sept. 1845. Wm. Keown, M.P. (who assumed 
the name of Boyd), of Ball 



(who d. 



llydugan, co. Down, and by him , 



Jan. 1877) had issue. She d. 15 Nov. 1905. 

(2) Matilda, w. 10 uly, 1845 Maximilian Hammond Dalison, 
of Hamptons, Kent. He d. 30 March, 1902. She d. 15 April, 
1903, leaving issue. 

(3) Elizabeth, m. 10 Jan. 1856, Very Rev. A. Ferguson Smyly, 
Dean of Derry. She d. g May, 1875, leaving issue (see SMYLY 
of Camus). 

' (4) Catherine, m. 4 June, 1861, Jas. Sinclair (see SINCLAIR of 
Holyhill and Bonnyglen), and d. his widow 15 Jan. 1906, 
having had issue. 

(5) Dorothea, m. 10 Jan. 1856, Lieut.-Col. H. Keown, late 
R.I Rifles. 
2. William Ferguson. 



i. Catherine, m. George Thompson, of Cloiiskeagh Castle, co. 
Dublin and d. 1836. 

4. James, of Somerhill, Kent, D.L., M.P. in many Parliaments, 
b. 1769 ; m. ist, Eliza, dau. of Capt. Dundas, of Manour, co. 
Stirling, by whom he had, 

i. Eliza Charlotte, m. 3 Sept. 1825, Stratford Canning, Viscount 
Stratford de Redcliffe. G.C.B. She d. 25 Nov. 1882. He d. 
14 Aug. 1880. 

He m. 2ndly, 8 March, 1813, Charlotte Sophia, dau. of Thomas 
Dashwood, and widow of the Hon. Charles Andrew Bruce (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, ELGIN, E.). She d. n April, 1870. He d. 
12 Sept. 1848, leaving issue, 

1. Robert, of Uphaven, WUts, b. 10 Feb. 1815 ; m. 23 July, 
1844, Julia Charlotte, dau. of W. Fane, Bengal C.S. She d. 
1903. He d. 23 Oct. 1863, having had issue, 

(i) James Fane, of Uphaven, formerly Capt. i7th Lancers, 
b. i Jan. 1846 ; m. 16 Sept. 1884, Aurea Otway, dau. of 
Major Henry Otway Mayne (of Mayne's Horse), and d. 
31 Dec. 1891, leaving issue, 

la. Paul Robert Mayne, b. 16 Sept. 1885. 

2a. Charles Otway.fr. i Jan. 1888. 

3. William James, b. 6 July, 1891. 
(i) Amy Louisa, a. 7 June, 1870. (2) Emily Maude. 

2. James, of Oak Bank, Sevenoaks, b. 7 May, 1822 ; m. 13 
May, 1845, Anna Maria Julia, dau. of Maximilian D. D. Dalison, 
of Hamptons, Kent (who d. 30 May, 1910), and d. 8 Aug. 1899, 
leaving issue, 

(1) James Dalison, of Oakbank, near Sevenoaks, late Capt. 
West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry, D.L. for Kent (70, Cadogan 
Square, S.W.), b. 5 March, 1846; m. 27 Jan. 1885, Lady 
Emily Harriet Catherine Boyle, eldest dau. of Earl of Cork 
and Orrery, K.P., and has issue, 

la. James Ulick Francis Canning, Lieu". Coldslream Gds , 

b. 10 Feb. 1889. 

2. James Cedric St. Lawrence, b. 15 July, 1897. 

la. Evelyn Catherine, b. 21 March, 1887 ; m. 5 Jan. 1909, 

Claud Alfred Victor Sykes, Grenadier Gds., of West Ella, 

near Hull, and d. 27 April, 1909. 

2a. Jacqueline Harriet, b. 7 June, 1892. 

(2) Charles Robert, Barrister-at-Law, b. 8 Nov. 1847 ; d. 
17 Feb. 1902. 

(3) Evelyn Ferguson (Rev.), B.A. Oxon., b. 23 March, 1850 ; 
d. unm. 24 Feb. 1887. 

(i) Mabel Emma. 

2. Charlotte Sophia, d. unm. 1897. 

3. Anne, d. unm. 1886. 

4. Emma, d. unm. 1843. 

5. Josias Du Pre, an East India Director, and for some years 
M.P. for Old Sarum, b. 1771 ; m. i Feb. 1808, Mary, dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Bracken. She d. 13 Nov. 1868. He d. 20 Aug. 
1839, having had issue, 

1. Caledon Du Pre, of Auberies, Essex, D.L., Capt. ist Life 
Guards, b. 16 Nov. 1817 ; m. 1843, Caroline, 2nd dau. of James 
Ewing, and d. 18 July, 1884, having by her (who d. 15 Dec. 
1891) had issue, 

(1) Caledon James, Capt. Coldstream Guards, m. 17 Sept. 
1874, Nina Stewart, eldest dau. of Col. Sir John Stewart 
Wood, K.C.B., andd. 21 Sept. following. 

(2) Francis, Lieut. R.N., m. 31 Jan. 1883, Caroline Mary, 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Arthur Tremayne, of Carclew, formerly 
1 3th Light Dragoons. 

(3) William Merk, drowned in the River Tweed, 2 May, 
1885, aged 23. 

(4) Harvey, D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. loth Hussars (Res The 
Grange, Chetnole, Sherborne), b. 3 June, 1859 ; m. 17 
April, 1890, Mildred Maria, youngest dau. of Charles 
Prideaux-Brune, of Prideaux Place, Cornwall, and has issue, 

la. Caledon James, b. 1895. 
za. Robert Dudley, b. 1899. 
la. Constance Isolda. 

(5) Reginald. 

(1) Janet, m. 17 June, 1871, Maj.-Gen. E. A. Wood, C.B., 
who d. 22 May, 1898, leaving issue. 

(2) Mary (3) Louisa. 
(4) Margot. 

2. Josias Bracken Canning, b. 12 Dec. 1826 ; m. n Jan. 1848, 
Agnes Cecilia, dau. of Sir William Curtis, 2nd bart., and d. 
1882, leaving issue, 

(1) Josias William, I.C.S., b. 14 May, 1849 ; d.unm. 

(2) Frederick, late R.N., b. 13 Dec. 1852. 

(3) Atwell Lake, b. 8 June, 1856. 

(4) Henry Charles, b. 25 March, 1858. 

(5) Horace Bracken, b. 30 Aug. 1859. 

(6) Charles, b. 7 Nov. 1860. 

(7) George Frank, b. 15 Jan. 1862. 

(8) William Montague, b. 24 June, 1865. 

(9) Edward Stewart, b. 6 Nov. 1867. 

(10) Frank Beaufort, b. 13 May, d. 17 Oct. 1869. 

(1) Agnes Mary. 

(2) Jessie Louisa, m. G. S. Everard. 

(3) Caroline Isabella. 

(4) Gertrude Mary Ann (twin with Charles). 

(5) Madelina Louisa. (6) Ellen Augusta. 
(7) Lucy Georgina. (8) Constance Maud. 

1. Mary Anne, m. 1837, J. Pratt Barlow, whorf. 21 Aug. 1871. 

2. Lucy Emma. 

3. Eliza, m. 22 Jan. 1842, Robert Holbeche Dolling, of Maghe- 
ralin, co. Down, and d. 2 Jan. 1870. He d. 28 Sept. 1878, 
leaving issue. 

4. Charlotte Maria, d. unm. 5. Ellen Louisa, d. unm. 

6. Madeline, m. 2 Sept. 1845, Admiral Frederick William 



IRELAND. 



Ancketill. 



Pleydell-Bouverie, late R.N., and has issue (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, RADNOR, E.). He d. 17 July, 1898. 

7. Fanny Selina, m. 22 Jan. 1846, Rev. Francis Simpson, M.A., 
vicar of Foston-on-the- Wolds, Yorkshire, and left issue. 

8. Agnes Henrietta. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Sir And. Ferguson, Bart., of The Farm, London- 
derry, M.P., who d. in 1808, leaving issue. 

2. Anne, m. Col. Alexander Scott, Royal Artillery, and had 
issue. 

The eldest son, 

THE RIGHT REV. NATHANIEL ALEXANDER, D.D., P.C., Bishop 
of Meath, b. 12 Aug. 1760, m. 18 May, 1785, Anne, dau. of the 
Right Hon. Richard Jackson, M.P., of Coleraine. She d. Aug. 
1837. He d. 21 Oct. 1840, leaving issue, 

1. Robert (Rev.), of Portglenone, co. Antrim, b. 19 June, 1788 ; 
m. ist, 21 Aug. 1813, Catherine, youngest dau. of the Right Hon. 
John Staples, M.P. She d. 12 March, 1830, leaving issue. He 
m. andly, 1837, Hester Helena, dau. of Col. Alexander McManus. 
She d.s.p. 23 June, 1874 He d. July, 1840, having by his first 
wife had issue, 

i. Nathaniel, of Portglenone House, co. Antrim, M.P., b. 
Aug. 1815 ; m. 7 April, 1842, Florinda, 2nd dau. of Richard 
Boyle Bayley, by Alicia his wife, dau. of Richard, 2nd Lord 
Castlemaine, and d. 5 Jan. 1853, having by her whc m. indiy, 
1855, Edmund F. Leslie, of Donaghadee, co. Dcwn, and d. 
24 May, 1861) had issue, 

(1) Robert Jackson, of Portglenone, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Antrim 1875, and Londonderry 1870, b. 18 Jan. 
1843 ; d. unm. 1884. 

(2) John Staples, of Portglenone, J.P. and D.L., late R.N., 



b. 14 June, 1844 ; d. unm. 10 Oct. 1901. 
2. Robert, H.E.I.C.S., b. Nov. 



1823 ; m. 17 Feb. 1863, Louisa, 
dau. of R. B. Bayley, and had issue, 
Robert Arthur Molony, b. 16 Feb. 1867. 
Florinda. 

1. Harriet, m. John Wakefield, and d.s.p. 1853. 

2. Grace, m. Thomas Gilbert Nicholson. 

3. Charlotte, d. unm. 1878. 

4. Catherine, m. Molyneux Pooley Shuldham. 

2. James (Rev.), LL.D., b. 22 July, 1794 ; m. 14 Aug. 1833, 
Alicia Louisa, dau. of Samuel Dopping, of Lotown House, and 
d. 2 April, 1857, leaving issue, 

r. Samuel, b. 5 April, 1840. 

2. James, Lieut.-Col. late 38th Regt., b. 3 Jan. 1844 ; d. 8 May, 
1907. 

i. Anna. 2. Mary Jane. 

3. Clarissa. 

3. Nathaniel, b. 6 Dec. 1796 ; m. Sophia, dau. of N. Hickey, 
and widow of J. Young ; and d. 14 Oct. 1880, leaving issue, 

1. Nathaniel, d. unm. 24 Aug. 1864. 

2. Robert Hugh, d. in India. 

3. William James, b. 1836 ; m. Lucy, dau. of W. Gray, and 
d. 1885. 

4. John Henry, Col. R.H.A. (ret), b. 22 May, 1839 ; m. 23 
Nov. 1880, Katharine Mary, dau. of Gen. J. Francis, and d. 
3 Feb. 1900, leaving issue, 

(1) Dorothy Katharine, d.unm. 1889. 

(2) Norah Katharine. (3) Enid Rosamund. 

5. George Caledon, Barrister-at-Law (19, Bury Street, S.W.), 
b. 1842. 

1. Sophia Charlotte, m. Rev. Charles Rae Hay. 

2. Annie. 

3. Mary. m. 5 Dec. 1866, Arthur Thompson. 

4. Henrietta, m. Robert Scott. 

4. HENRY, of whom presently. 

5. George, Bengal C.S., b. 20 Jan. 1805 ; m. 1833, Rebecca, 
dau. of W. Molloy, and had issue, 

i. George. 2. William. 

3. James. 

6. William Stuart, of Ballyarton, Londonderry, Bengal C.S. 
6. 29 Oct. 1807 ; m. 15 July,' 1834, Janet Bethia, dau. of Brig.- 
Gen. Charles Dallas. She d. 13 Oct. 1876. He d. 9 July, 1883, 



leaving issue, 
i. Willi 
Soph 
issue 



am Stuart, b. 3 June, 1836 ; m. 5 Jan. 1862, Emma 
Sophia, dau. of S. Steward, and d. 13 Sept. 1868, leaving 



William Frederick, b. 6 Feb. 1864. 
Bethia Emma. 

2. Nathaniel Stuart, J.P. Sussex, late Ind, C.S. (Cecil House, 
Church Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea), b. 14 June, 1838 ; m. 9 
July, 1873, Dora, dau. of Edward Currie, and has issue, 

(1) William Nathaniel Stuart, Capt. Connaught Rangers, 
b. 8 May, 1874. 

(2) Edward Currie, D.S.O., Capt. Indian Army, b. 15 Sept. 
1875- 

(3) Robert Dundas, Capt. Indian Army, b. 28 Aug. 1880. 

(1) Mary Bethia Isabel, b. 20 May, 1878. 

(2) Dora, b. 23 Dec. 1881 ; d. 5 Jan. 1882. 

3. Charles Dallas, M.A. Camb., b. 25 Dec. 1839 ; m - *9 Sept. 
1874, Helen, dau. of Molyneux Shuldham, and has issue, 

William Dallas, b. 5 Aug. 1875- 

4. James Edward, Capt. R.A., b. 30 June, 1841 ; m. 19 July, 
1870, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of A. R. Webster, and d.s.p. 9 June, 
1873- 

5. Richard Dundas, b. 26 May, 1846 ; m. 17 Nov. 1870, Char- 
lotte Augusta, dau. of Rev. A. R. Webster, and d. June, 1885, 
leaving issue, 

(1) Edward Bruce, 6. 3 March, 1872. 

(2) Kenneth Bruce, b. 11 March, 1874. 

(1) Marion Bethia. 

(2) Charlotte Dora. 



6. Ernest Bruce, Bengal C.S., b. 13 Sept. 1849 ; m - 27 Oct. 
1 88 1, Ella Sarah, dau. of John William Williamson. 

1. Anne, m. Sept. 1813, Rev. John Molseworth Staples, Rector 
of Upper Moville. She d. 23 July, 1869. He d. 4 April, 1859, 
leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Mary. 

3. Eliza, m. 21 July, 1824, John A. Nicholson, of Balrath Bury. 
She d. 1860. He d. Dec. 1872, leaving issue (see that family). 

4. Henrietta Frances, m. 20 May, 1830, Robert Smyth, of Gay- 
brook, co. Westmeath. He d. 29 July, 1878. 

The 4 th son. 

HENRY ALEXANDER, of Forkill House, co. Armagh, High 
Sheriff 1856, Barrister -at-Law, b. 16 Feb. 1803 ; m. 14 Aug. 
1839, Louisa Juliana, 2nd dau. of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ranfurly. 
She d. 31 March, 1896. He d. i Dec. 1877, leaving issue, 

1. GRANVILLE HENRY JACKSON, now of Forkill House. 

2. Henry Nathaniel, Inspector-Gen, of Prisons, Bombay, late 
Indian C.S., b. 7 June, 1854 ; m. 1883 Mary Stuart, dau. of 
Claude Erskine, B.C.S., and has issue, 

Constance Mary. 

3. Claud Henry, Major late Wiltshire Regt. (Bolton Lodge, Win- 
chester), b. 31 May, 1856; m. i Oct. 1896, Irene Christine, dau. 
of Col. William C. Tamplin, of Lennox Place, Brighton and has 
issue, 

1. Dorothy Alice, b. 8 Oct. 1897. 

2. Rosemary Irene, b. 18 Dec. 1900. 

3. Nancy Stuart, b. n Sept. 1902. 

4. Ronald Henry, b. 15 Aug. 1858. 

5. Frederick Henry Thomas, late Capt. Leicester Regt. and Army 
Pay Department, b. 30 Nov. 1860 ; m. 7 June, 1899, Blanche, 
dau. of Lieut.-Gen. W. C. Bancroft, of Knellwood, Farnborough, 
and has issue, 

1. Elisabeth Maud, 6. 22 July, 1902. 

2. Freda Alice, d. an infant 25 March, 1905. 

8. Dudley Henry, C.M.G., Major West Yorkshire Regt. (6, 
St. James's Place, S.W. Club United Service), b. 13 Jan. 1863. 

1. Blanche Catherine, m. 4 Sept. 1877, Rev. Frederick Anthony 
Hammond, of Loureston House, Dover, and d. 16 June, 1878. 

2. Alice Mary Juliana. 

3. Constance Henrietta Georgina, m. 3 Oct. 1867, Col. Gregory 
Colquhoun Grant, Indian Army, and has issue. 

4. Emily Louisa, m. 25 March, 1874, Col. Arthur M. Hogg, 
Indian Army, and d. Aug. 1900, leaving issue. 

5. Edith Ellen, m. 15 Aug. 1891, Henry Herbert Southey, 7th 
Bombay Lancers, and d. 27 May, 1892, leaving a dau. 

Arms Per pale arg. and sa. a chevron between in chief an 
annulet and in base a crescent, all counterchanged. Crest An 
arm in armour embowed, the hand grasping a sword all ppr., 
on the elbow with an annulet sa. Motto Per mare, per terras. 

Seat Forkill House, co. Armagh. Clubs Carlton and White's, 
S.W., and St. George's Yacht. 

ANCKETILL OF ANCKETILL'S GROVE. 

WILLIAM ANCKETILL, of Ancketill's Grove, co^ 
Monaghan, D.L. co. Monaghan, late Lieut. Royal 
Tyrone Fus., b. 16 March, 1851 ; m. 13 July, 1875, 
| Jean Laing, dau. and co-heir of Robert Falkner, 
of Broughton Park, co. Lancaster, and has issue, 
Olive Maud, b. 28,Oct. 1876 ; m. ist, 24 Oct. 1901, Reginald George 
Petre Wymer, late Lieut. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 
only son of Capt. Reginald Augustus Wymer, 3rd Batt. Cameron 
Highlanders, late Ensign gist Foot, and grandson of Gen. Sir 
Henry George Petre Wymer, K.C.B., and has issue a dau., Lovice 
Vivian Petre. She m. 2ndly, i Nov. 1907, Michael Linning Henry 
Melville, late Egyptian Civil Service. She d. 6 March, 1909, 
having had issue, a dau., 

Monica Agnes Aacketill, b. 2 July, 1908. 

Lineage. CAPT. OLIVER ANCKETILL, J.P. co. Monaghan, 
High Sheriff 1662, son of William Ancketill. of Shaftesbury, bapt. 
there 9 April, 1609 ; m. Rebecca, probably of the family of 
Bullingbrooke, of Galway, and d. 26 June, 1666, having had issue, 

1. MATTHEW, his heir. 

2. William, b. 1652, from whom the Anketells of Dernamuck 
trace their descent. 

3. Richard, b. 1654. 

1. Sarah, m. 1660, James Corry, ancestor of the Earls of Belmore. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 1648. , 
The eldest son, 

MATTHEW ANCKETILL, of Ancketill's Grove, co. Monaghan, 
b. 1651, to whom that estate was confirmed by patent, 19 CHARLES 
II. He was High Sheriff for the co. 1682, but was attainted by 
JAMES II. He m. Matilda, dau. of Robert Moore, of Ravella and 
Garvey, co. Tyrone, and was killed at the battle of Drumbanagher, 
13 March, 1688, having had, with other issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 2. OLIVER, s. his brother. 

3. Robsrt. 

1. Catherine, b. 1653 ; m. Thomas Singleton, of Fort Singleton. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM ANCKETILL, of Ancketill's Grove, co. Monaghan, 
High Sheriff 1707, b. 1677 ; d. s.p. 1709, and was s. by his next 
brother, 

OLIVER ANCKETILL, of Ancketill's Grove, b. 1680, M.P. for borough 
of Monaghan, 1754 to 1760 ; M.A. and LL.B. Trinity Coll. Dublin , 
1703 ; one of the original founders of the Royal Dublin Society ; 
High Sheriff for co. Monaghan, 1703 ; m. ist, 28 Feb. 1716, Hon. 
\ Sarah Caulfeild, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, 
and by her (who d. Dec. 1742) had (with three daus., 1. Ann, m. 
6 Nov. 1752, Rev. Edward Lill, D.D., brother of Godfrey Lill, 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas : 2. Rebecca, m. Samuel 



Anderson. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



Coulston, M.D. ; 3. Catherine, m. Thomas Singleton, jun., of Fort 

Singleton) an only surviving son, 

1. WILLIAM, b. 18 March, 1724, who d.v.p. 1756 ; he m. n March, 
1748, Anne, eldest dau. of Charles Coo'te, of Bellamont Forest, 
M.P. for co. Cavan, and sister of Charles, Earl of Bellamont, 
K.B., and had issue, 

1. CHARLES, successor to his grandfather, of whom presently. 

2. Richard, b. 1775 ; d.s.p. 1814. 

3. Matthew, of Arlington Castle, Portarlington, b. 1756, J.P., 
Capt. in 57th Regt., of which he obtained the Light Company | 
in 1778 ; Lieut.-Col. Monaghan Militia, High Sheriff co. , 
Monaghan, 23 GEORGE III. ; m. ist, Prudentia Martha, dau. ! 
of John Corry, of Rockcorry, by whom (who d. Oct. 1781) lie 
had an only dau., 

Prudentia Catherine, who d. ajjed 8 years. 
Col. Anketill m. 2ndly, Mary (who d. Aug. 1838), OD)V child of 
the Rev. Richard Norris, D.D., and d. n April, 1828, leaving 

(i) WILLIAM, of whom presentlv. 

(1) Maria, d. 28 April, 1842, unm. 

(2) Matilda, d. 28 June, 1819, unm. 

(3) Caroline, m. 1817, Augustus Woodville Amyatt, Lieut. 
Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, and d. three weeks after her 
marriage. 

He m. 2ndly, when about 80 years of age. Anne Stephens (nee j 
Tuton), and d. immediately after, on 27 May, 1760, and was s. by 
his grandson, 

CHARLES ANKETELL, of Anketell Grove, b. 1754 ; d. unm. 20 Nov. 
1828, and was s. by his nephew, 

WILLIAM ANKETELL, of Anketell Grove, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1830, b. 10 Oct. 1790 ; m. 23 June, 1809, Sarah, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut.-Col. John C. F. Waring-Maxwell, of Finnebrogue, co. Down, 
M.P., and d. 23 April, 1851, having by her (who d. 2 April, 1874) { 
had issue, 

1. MATTHEW JOHN, his heir. 

2. William Robert, of Quintin Castle, Portaferry, co. Down, b. 31 ' 
March, 1820, formerly Capt. Monaghan Militia, J.P. for co. 
Down ; m. 8 Oct. 1844, Madelina Selina, 2nd dau. of David Ker, 
of Portavo, co. Down, M.P., and Lady Selina Sarah Juliana, 
his wife, dau. of Robert, ist Marquis of Londonderry, and d. 
g March, 1889, having by her (who d. 8 April, 1878) had issue, 

1. Amyatt William, now of Quintin Castle, b. 4 Aug. 1853 ; i 
late Lieut. 83rd Foot. 

2. David Fitz Ameline Robert, b. 27 May, 1855, Lieut. 3rd i 
Belooch Regt. (N.I.) and formerly Lieut, ist Royal Scots (the j 
Lothian Regt.), served in Afghan War 1880 (medal) and 
Egyptian War 1882 (medal and Khedive star) ; d. at Kurachi, j 
Scihde, 26 Aug. 1885. 

3. William Frederick, b. 18 Feb. 1858 ; d. 14 Dec. 1858. 

1. Edith Matilda, m. ist, 8 Aug. 1871, Thomas John Knox, 
who {d. 5 Dec. 1875, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
RANFURLV, E.). She m. 2ndly, 10 Feb. 1880, John Lewis 
Vaughan Henry, late Capt. 2nd Dragoons, eldest son of 
Mitchell Henry, M.P., of Kylemore Castle, co. Galway (see 
that family). 

2. Constance. 3. Ada. 

4. Celia Selina, d. unm. 18 Oct. 1883. 

3. Oliver Charles, 3 7th Madras N.I., H.E.I.C.S., b. 18 Aug. 1821 ; 
d. at Hong-Kong, China, while with his regiment, 13 July, 
1841. 

4. Fitz Ameline Maxwell, of Killyfaddy, Clogher, co. Tyrone, 
J.P., High Sheriff 1881, b. 14 April, 1825 ; d. 24 Aug. 1905 ; m. 
8 Nov. 1859, Laura Valetta (d. 21 July, 1907), 2nd dau. and 
co-heiress of Henry Ranking, of Eaglehurst, Bathford, Somerset 
(by his wife Frances Helen, dau. of the Rev. W. Heath, Vicar of 
Inkberrow, co. Worcester), and had issue, 

1. REGINALD, of Killyfaddy, b. 23 March, 1861. 

2. Henry, b. 21 Dec. 1863 ; d. 9 Jan. 1864. 

3. Charlemont Fitz Ameline, b. 15 March, 1872. 
i. Maud Mary, d. young n May, 1882. 

5. Maxwell, of Leatherhead, Surrey, b. 24 Oct. 1826 ; m. ist, 29 
Sept. 1857, Julia Elizabeth,only surviving child of the late Gustavus 
Whitaker, of St. Petersburg, Russia; she d. 1869 ; 2ndly, 1878, Mary 
Louisa, 3rd dau. of the late Henry Ranking, of Eaglehurst, Bath- 
ford ; and d. 22 Feb. 1888, having (by his ist wife) had issue, 

1. Oliver George, b. 5 Sept. 1860 ; d. 25 Feb. 1889. 

2. Arthur Cecil, b. 25 July, 1863 ; d. 28 Jan. 1885. 

3. Charles Edward, b. 3 June, 1869. 

1. Frances Julia. 

2. Isabella Sara, m. 26 May, 1904, William, 2nd son of Rev. 
William;Blennerhassett, of Iwerne Minster, Dorset (see BLENNER- 
HASSETT of Bally seedy). 

6. Moutray, b. 18 April, 1829, Capt. R.A. (ret.) ; d. unm. 3 April, 
1899. 

1. Anne Dorothea, m. 10 Dec. 1833, Rev. Robert Loftus Totten- 
ham, 2nd son of Right Rev. Lord Robert Loftus TotteDbam, 
Bishop of Clogher. She d. 16 Oct. 1891. He d. 5 Feb. 1893, 
leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage. ELY, M.). 

2. Maria, m. 5 Dec. 1838, Rev. Sir John Richardson-Bunbury, 
3rd Bart., of Augher Castle, co. Tyrone, and d. z March, 1888, 
leaving issue. He d. 19 Feb. 1909. 

3. Matilda Jane, d. unm. 14 March, 1840. 
The eldest son, 

MATTHEW JOHN ANKETELL, of Anketell Grove, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff, co. Monaghan, 1834, Major Monaghan Militia, b. 31 
Oct. 1812 ; m. 6 Feb. 1840, Catherine Anne Frances, eldest dau. 
David Ker, M.P., of Portavo and Montalto, co. Down, by the Lady 
Selina, his wife, dau. of the ist Marquess of Londonderry. He d. 
8 May, 1870. She d. 28 Feb. 1887, leaving issue, 

1. MATTHEW DAVID, his heir. 

2. Oliver Frederick, b. 27 Feb. 1850 ; d. unm. 10 Feb. 1872. 

3. WILLIAM, successor to his brother. 



4. Henry, M.L.A. Natal, late R.N., b. 4 May, 1855 ; m. 7 Dec. 
1900, Oona, dau. of R. Reeson, of Maritzburgh, S. Africa, and 
has issue. 

1. Matthew David, b. 27 Dec. 1907. 

2. Henry George, b. 5 Jan. 1911. 

5. Robert Waring Maxwell, b. 19 Nov. 1856 ; d. 1866. 
1. Selina Sarah. 2. Ada, d. young. 

3. Frances Emmeline, m. ist, 22 Jan. 1867, Newton Haworth 
Wallace, Capt. Royal Bengal Fusiliers, loist Regt. ; and 2ndly, 
Clement Cordner, J.P., of Greenmount, Muckamore, co. Antrim, 
He d. 18 Aug. 1905. 

4. Gertrude Madelina, m. i July, 1873, Anketell Moutray, D.L., 
of Favour Royal, and has issue (see that family). 

5. Bertha Grace Phoebe, d. unm. 10 Jan. 1898. 

6. Octavia Mary, m. 19 Feb. 1879, Frederick Augustus Morse- 
Boycott, of Sennowe Hall, Norfolk, and Sennoweville, Bushey, 
Herts (see that family). 7. Augusta, d. unm. 8 May, 1908. 

The eldest son, 

MATTHEW DAVID ANKETELL, of Anketell Grove, b. 5 Jan. 1841 ; 
was killed by a fall from horseback, 17 July, 1872 ; d. unm. and was 
s. by his next surviving brother. 

Seat Ancketill's Grove, Emyvale, co. Monaghan. Residence 
Killyfaddy, Clogher, co. Tyrone. 

ANDERSON OF GRACE DIETJ. 

THOMAS WILLIAM ANDERSON, of Grace Dieu, co< 
Waterford, J.P, and D.L., High Sheriff for co, 
Waterford in 1885, and J.P. co. Kilkenny, B.A, 
Cantab., b. 26 June, 1852; s. his father, 22 Oct. 1867 ; 
m. 10 Nov. 1879, Constance Agnes Jane (who d. 
9 Aug. 1881} ; and 2ndly, on 2 Oct. 1907, Ellen 
Blanche Carew, both daus. of Very Rev. Anthony 
Latouche Kirwan, D.D., Dean of Limerick, by Susan 
his wife, 2nd dau^ of William Blacker, of Wood- 
brook, Wexford, and bv his first wife has a dau., 

Susan Alice. 

Lineage. JOHN ANDERSON, of Ardbrake, in Botriphnie 
Parish.Banffshire, m. Ann Gordon (who d. 19 Nov. 1670), " A matron 
of years " (see tombstone in Parish church), and had issue, 

1. JAMES, of whom next. 

2. Arthur, Chaplain to WILLIAM III, d.s.p. 1714, bur. in the 
Rower Churchyard, co. Kilkenny. 

3. Alexander, admitted an Advocate 9 Jan. 1666. 
1. Susannah. 2. Margaret. 

The eldest son, 

JAMES ANDERSON, m. ist, Katharine (d. 9 March, 1667), 4th 
dau. of Robert Leslie, of Findrassie ; and 2ndly, Isabell Douglas 
widow of Rev. Alex. Cant. He is described in Sasines and other 
records as " of Wester Ardbrake " which sometimes appears as 
" Wcstertoun "). By his ist wife he had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom next. PI 

2. Alexander, Major in Col. Sir John Hill's Regt. of Foot, 
afterwards of Grace Dieu. 

1. Elizabeth, m. 16 Oct., 1675, John Gordon, jun., of Carroll, in 
Sutherlandshire, Sheriff Depute of Sutherland in 1685. He d. 
in 1701, leaving issue, 

2. Anna, m. J . Gibson, of Linkwood. 

3. Mary, m. Thomas Baker, of Ballytobin, co. Kilkenny. 
The elder son, 

JOHN ANDERSON, of Westerton, m. Jean Gordon, and had issue, 

1. James, chirurgeon, bapt. at Botriphnie, 26 March, 1684. 

2. John, bapt. at Botriphnie, 30 Sept. 1686. 

3. ALEXANDER, of whom next. 

1. Katharine, bapt. at Botriphnie. 

2. Jean, bapt. at New Machar, d. 25 March, 1710. 

3. Isabell, bapt. at Botriphnie. 

4. Elizabeth, bapt. at Botriphnie. 

5. Anna, bapt. at Botriphnie. 
The 3rd son, 

ALEXANDER ANDERSON, bapt. at Botriphnie, 4 July, 1688; m. 
2 Feb. 1721, a dau. and co-heir of William Brewster, son of Sir 
Francis Brewster, twice Lord Mayor of Dublin. By her (who d. 
1754) Alexander left (with two daus., one of whom m. Robert 
Carew, of Wooden^town, co. Tipperary) an only son and heir, 

JAMES ANDERSON of Grace Dieu, m. ist, in 1756, Henrietta Boyd, 
and 2ndly, 1764, Susanna, youngest dau. of Christmas Paul, by 
Ellen his wife, dau. of Robert Carew, M P., of Castle Boro, co. 
Wexford (see CAREW of Ballinamona), and had issue, by 2nd wife, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

2. Paul, C.B., K.C.H., General and Colonel of the 78th High- 
landers, A.D.C. to Sir John Moore, and some time Governor o 
Pendennis Castle, b. 29 March, 1767 ; d.s.p. at Bath, 1851. 

3. Alexander, Capt. in the Army ; d.s.p. at Bath, 1833. 

4. Henry, R.N., d.s.p. 

5. JOSHUA (Rev.), heir to his brother. 

6. Robert, an officer in the 42iid Regt., who was killed at the 
Battle of Alexandria, s.p. 

1. Ellen, d.s.p. 
The eldest son, 

JAMES ANDERSON, of Grace Dieu, d. in London, 1838, s.p., and 
left his estates to his brother, 

THE REV. JOSHUA ANDERSON, M.A., of Grace Dieu, Rector of 
Myshall, co. Carlow, b. 8 Dec. 1770 ; m. i Oct. 1807, Anne, eldest 
dau. of Capt. William Perceval (see PERCEVAL of Temple House), 
and d. 6 April, 1859, leaving by her (who d. 24 March, 1854) issue 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

2. William b. Aug. 1812 ; d. 20 Nov. 1904 ; m. 24 Aug. 1859, 



IRELAND. 



Andrews. 



Elizabeth Paul (who d. 21 Dec. 1910), 3rd dau. of Samuel 
Walhs Adams, J.P., of Kilbree, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1. Joshua Alexander, b. 19 Jan. 1867, Rector of Arborfield ; 
m. Edith Constance, dau. of Henry Hainworth, of Blackheath. 

2. William James, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 2 March, 1869. 

i. Wilhelmina Elizabeth, m. Albert Alexander McCall, 76th 
Regt., and has issue. 

3. Robert Carew, M.D., Deputy Inspector of Hospitals, formerly 
Surgeon-Major in the i^th Light Dragoons, m. 13 Oct. 1853, Jane 
Wallis, only dau. of the Rev. Henry Bolton, M.A., Vicar of 
Dysart, Enos, Queen's Co. (see BOLTON of Mount Bolton and 
F attack Castle), and had issue, 

1. Robert Henry, b. 17 Aug. 1854 I d.s.p. 31 Dec. 1896. 

2. Charles Alexander, Major-Gen., C.B., Commanding the troops 
in South China from 1910 (Headquarters House, Hong Kong), b. 
10 Feb. 1857; m. n Jan. 1893, Ellen Katherine, younger dau. 
of George Bevan Russell, M.D. 

3. William Paul, b. 16 June, 1858, Major Indian Army. 

4. Francis James, 6. 17 Feb. 1860, Col. R.E., Assist. Director of 
Fortifications and Works, War Office. 

5. Joshua Perceval, b. 4 May, 1863 ; d.s.p. 9 Oct. 1905. 

1. Frances Anne Grace. 

2. Catherine Jane Henrietta, m. 28 Jan. 1902, Harry Mervyn 
Kemmis- Betty, Lieut. R.N., eldest son of Col. Joshua F. 
Kemmis-Betty, late R.A., of Hawkhurst, Kent. 

4. Paul Christmas, of Prospect, co. Kilkenny, b. 1817 ; d.s.p. 
24 Feb. 1907. 

5. Alexander, R.N., Commander of H.M.S. Cressy, d. on board 
his ship in the Baltic, and was buried on the Island of Nargen, 
Aug. 1854. 

1. Anne, m. 4 Feb. 1845, Charles Newport Bolton, B.A., of 
Brook Lodge, co. Waterford. He d. 1884. 

2. Jane Ellen, d. 14 March, 1906. 

3. Ellen, m. 13 Dec. 1859, George Bevan Russell, M.D. He 
d. 9 Feb. 1902. 

4. Catherine, d. 18 Feb. 1855. 

5. Henrietta. 6. Susanna, d. 14 Sept. 1911. 
The eldest son, 

JAMES ANDERSON, of Grace Dieu, J.P., b. 4 Aug. 1810 ; m. 
25 April, 1842, Margaret, youngest dau. of Thomas Carew, of 
Ballinamona Park, J.P., by his wife Jane, eldest dau. and co-heir 
of Sir John Alcock, Knt. of Waterford (see CAREW of Ballinamona). 
He d. 22 Oct. 1867, and by her (who d. 29 Feb. 1864) had issue, 

1. James Paul, b. 21 Jan. 1850 ; d. 26 Sept. 1860. 

2. THOMAS WILLIAM, his heir. 

3. ALEXANDER CAREW, of Ballymountain, co. Kilkenny, J.P., 
b. 6 May, 1856 ; m. 24 Aug. 1880, Margaret Winifred Alicia, 
youngest dau. of Nicholas Alfred Power, of Belle Vue, co. 
Kilkenny (see POWER of Faithlegg), and has issue, 

Paul Alexander, 6. 5 Jan. 1883. 

Muriel Louise. 

1. Jane Margaret, m. 15 Dec. 1868, Lieut.-Col. Michael Clare 
Garsia, C.B., Inspector-Gen, of Military Prisons. He d. 20 April, 
1903, leaving issue. 

i. Clare James. 2. Herbert. 3. Harry Carew. 

SeatGrace Dieu Lodge, Waterford. Club Kildare Street, 
Dublin. 

ANDREWS OF RATHENNY. 

JOHN BOLTON 
ANDREWS, of Rath- 
enny, King's Co., J.P., 
6. 9 March, 1874. 

Lineage. CORNET 
JOHN ANDREWS, of Rath, 
King's Co., to whom the 
Rathenny Estate was granted 
by Letters Patent dated 12 
Feb. 1667-19, CHARLES II, 
d. about 1688. He m. Alice, 
dau. of Thomas Maunsell, of 
Derryvillane, co. Cork (see 
MAUNSELL of Limerick), and 
left issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom pre- 
sently. 

2. Aphra, m. Dixon. 
The elder son, 

JOHN ANDREWS, of Rath- 
enny, m. 1682, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Robert Cole, Kt., 
of Ballymackey, co. Tipper- 
ary, d. 1732, and had issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir, who 
d. 1743, having had issue 
an only child, 

Elizabeth, m. Richard 
Hawkshaw. 

2. MAUNSELL (who s. to 
the estate on the death of 

his elder brother), and of whom presently. 

3. Thomas, d.v.p. 

1. Anna, m. Allen. 2. Mary, m. Allen. 

3. Elizabeth, m. James Johnston. 

4. Rebecka, m. Cole. 5. Aphra, m. Joseph Smith. 

The 2nd son, 

MAUNSELL ANDREWS, of Rathenny, m. 1719, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Nicholas Toler, of Beechwood, co. Tipperary, d. 24 Feb. 1769, and 
had issue, 




1. JOHN, of whom presently. 2. Robert. 3. Daniel. 

4. Maunsell, m. 1774, Mary ne'e Alley, widow of Samuel Gason. 

1. Jane, m. 1759, George Jackson. 

2. Eleanor, m. 1761, Richard Hawkshaw. 

3. Catherine, m. 1759, George Pepper. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN ANDREWS, of Rathenny, m. ist, 1753, Emilia, dau. of 
Christopher Nicholson, of Balrath, co. Meath (see that family), 
and by her had issue, 

1. Elizabeth, m. 1787, Corker Wright, of Rutland, and had issue. 

2. Eleanor, m. 1777, Capt. Simon Pepper. 

3. Mary, m. George Lodge. 

4. Amelia, m. 1806, Richard Lysaght. 

He m. 2ndly, 1766, Ann, dau. of Humphrey Jones, of Mullinabro, 
co. Kilkenny (see that family), and by her had issue, 

1. John, d.s.p. 

2. MAUNSELL, who s. and of whom presently. 

3. Humphrey, lost at sea s.p. 4. Christopher, d.s.p. 

5. George, d.s.p. 

1. Anna Maria, m. 1797, Vincent Lamb. 

2. Sarah, m. 1801, Humphrey Denis. 

3. Rebecca, m. 1804, Trevor Lloyd Blunden, of Ballyduggan. 
The 2nd son, 

MAUNSELL ANDREWS of Rathenny, High Sheriff of King's 
Co. 1806, b. 1769 ; m. ist, 1792, Mary, dau. of Samuel Gason, 
of Knockinglass, and m. andly, 1801, Mary, dau. of Rev. Ralph 
Hawtrey, Rector of Gaulskill, co. Kilkenny. He d. 2 July, 1864 , 
and by his 2nd wife he had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Maunsell Hawtrey, m. 1843, Ellen, dau. of John Saunders, and 
d.s.p. 21 Jan. 1888. 

3. George, m. 1853, Elizabeth Lucy, dau. of Rev. Wm. Minchin, 
of Greenhills, King's Co., and widow of Johnston Stoney, of Emell 
Castle, d. 3 Feb. 1907, and left issue, 

Georgina, m. Robert Mulock Emerson, and has issue. 

1. Sarah, d. unm. 1881. 

2. Mary Anne, m. 1835, John Thwaites, M.D., of Ceylon, and had 
issue, 

3. Catherine, d. unm. 26 Dec. 1881. 

4. Charlotte Hawtrey, d. unm. 29 April, 1880. 

5. Maria, m. 1833, Professor Charles Benson, M.D., President 
Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, and d. 1887, having had 
issue. 

6. Elizabeth. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN ANDREWS, of Rathenny, m. 1834, Elizabeth, dau. o"f 
Robert Hall, of Merton Hall, co. Tipperary, and d. 12 Dec. 1879, 
leaving issue, 

1. MAUNSELL, of whom presently. 

2. John Hall, M.D., m. 1880, Mary Letitia, dau. of Edward 
Saunders, of Ballinderry, co. Tipperary, and d. 19 June, 1890, 
leaving issue, 

Ida Ellen Amy, m. Henry Ward Bailey, and has issue. 

1. Eliza (called Ida), m. 1858, John Wright Bowles, Archdeacon 
of Killaloe and Rector of Nenagh, and d. 21 Aug. 1898, having 
had issue. 

2. Mary Hall, m. Major-Gen. John Hamilton Cox, C.B., and has 
issue. 

3. Anne Hall, m. 1862, John Morton, and has issue. 

. 4. Robina Hall, m. 1874, Joseph Charles Macraith, and has issue. 

5. Sarah Georgina, m. (as his first wife) 24 Aug. 1864, Robert 

Jocelyn Waller, of Summerville, Nenagh, J.P., and d. 6 Aug. 1877, 

having had issue (see WALLER of Prior Park). 
The eldest son, 

MAUNSELL ANDREWS, of Rathenny, m. 1873, Kate Mary, dau. of 
John Bolton, of Altavilla, Queen's Co., and d. 2 Jan. 1890, having 
had issue, 

1. JOHN BOLTON, now of Rathenny, 

2. Maunsell Hawtrey, b. 27 Nov. 1876, d. 3 March, 1906. 
Arms Vert, a saltire or surmounted by another gu. Crest 

Out of a coronet or, a blackamoor's head wreathed of the colours 
and collared gold. Motto Virtu te et valore. 
Seat Rathenny, King's Co. 

ANDREWS OF ARDARA. 
THE RIGHT HON, 
THOMAS ANDREWS, 
P.C., of Ardara, Com- 
ber, co. Down, D.L., 
Chairman of the 
Down County Council, 
a member of the Ap- 
peal Commission under 
the Local Government 
Act (Ireland) 1898, 
member of Arterial 

! Drainage Commission 
(Ireland), 1905, Presi 

I dent Ulster Liberal 

j Unionist Association, 

I and Chairman of the 

< Belfast and co. Down 

I Railway, was sworn of 
the Privy Council in Ireland on the occasion ol the 




Annesley. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



by licence, dated 30 July, 1747, Sarah Colles, of Dublin, and 
bad issue, 

MERVYN, of Dublin, Solicitor to the Commissioners of 
Customs, m. March, 1784, Maria Murray, of Dublin, and 
had, with a dau. Sarah, m. Francis Hervey, two sons, 
(a) HENRY MERVYN, b. 1792, Capt. 68th Regt., d. unm. 
Feb. 1868. 

(6) William Frederick, of Farmhill, co. Wexford, b. 
1798 ; m. 13 June, 1822, Elizabeth (who d. 27 Jan. 
1888), dau. of Henry Rowley Henry, and d. 7 March, 
1865, leaving, with nine daus. : Sarah ; Alicia ; 
Maria ; Elizabeth ; Susan ; Letitia, m. 30 June, 1863, 
Very Rev. Humphrey E. Ellison, Dean of Ferns, who 
d. 12 Feb. 1897 ; Martha ; Mary ; and Charlotte), 
two sons, 

t. MERVYN (Right Rev.), D.D., Bishop of Killaloe, 
Kilfenora, Clonfert, and Kilmacduagh (Clarisford, 
Killaloe, co. Clare], b. 16 Feb. 1831 ; m. 21 Jan. 
1863, Henrietta, dau. of Eyre William Preston, 
of Clontarf, co. Dublin, and grand-dau. of William 
Preston, by Hon. Frances Dorothea Evans his 
wife, dau. and co-heir of John, 5th Lord Carbery, 
and by her (who d. n May, 1903) has issue, 

(1) MERVYN (Rev.), Acting Chaplain to the 
Forces, Belfast, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 27 Jan. 
1868 ; m. 21 April, 1897, Alice Sheridan, dau. 
of Robert L. Hamilton, of Shankill, co. Mona- 
ghan, and Windsor, Belfast, and has issue, 

Alice Hamilton, b. 18 July, 1899. 

(2) Eyre William Preston (Rev), Canon of 
Killaloe, Rector of Killaloe Union, M.A. Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, b. 26 Feb. 1871 ; m. 28 June, 
1905, Edith Gladys Jeanette, dau. of the late 
Robert de Ros Rose, of Ahabeg and Foxhall, 
co. Limerick, and has issue, 

Mervyn, b. 23 April, 1906. 

(3) William Frederick, b. 26 Feb. 1873. 
(i) Anne Angel, b, n March, 1866. 

(3) Elizabeth, b. 9 July, 1869. 

2. William Frederick (Rev.), Canon of Cork, M.A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, Rector of Rathcooney, co. Cork, 
b. 4 Feb. 1835 ; m. Constance Ryall Sarah (d. 
23 July, 1910), dau. of James Ramsey Akers Smith, 
of Carrigbarrahane, co. Waterford, J.P., and has 
issue, 

(1) Ethel Katherine, m. 27 June, 1895, Major 
Harry Vaughan Gorle, D.S.O., youngest son of 
the late Capt. John Taylor Gofle, of Metherell 
Tower, co. Devon. She d. 23 Nov. 1904, leaving 
issue. 

(2) Henrietta Constance. 

(3) Grace Ramsay. 

Henrietta, m. 24 March (licence dated 16 March, 1772), 
Rev. John Dal ton Harewood, of Clonmel, Rector of 
Attanagh. 

Rev. Mervyn Archdall, the well-known antiquary, author 
of the Monasticon Hibernicum, and Editor of the last 
edition of Lodge's Peerage of Ireland, m. 2ndly, Abigal 
Young, but bad no further issue. He d. 6 Aug. 1791. 
2. Henry, m, 26 Feb. 1762, Anne Fuller, and had two sons , 

a. William (Rev.), Rector of Tintern, co. Wexford (father 
of Ven. John Charles Archdall, Archdeacon of Ferns, 
Antonia, m. 27 May, 1839, Hon. Frederick Saville, 5th 
son of John, 3rd Earl of Mexborough, and had issue). 

b. Henry, who had two sons. 

(3) Barnard, m. Mary, dau. of John Hathorne, of Drogheda, 
and had issue, 

i. John. 2. Thomas. 

i. Mary, m. Clare. 

1. Lettice, m. Tobias Norris, of Dublin, and d. 28 Oct. 1642. 
The elder son, 

EDWARD ARCHDALL, of Castle Archdall, b. 1604 ; m. Angel, dau. 
of Sir Paul Gore, ist baft., of Manor Gore, by whom he had a son 
and successor, 

WILLIAM ARCHDALL, of Castle Archdall, High Sheriff co. Fer- 
managh 1667, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Mervyn, of Trillick, co. 
Tyrone, and had issue, 

1. MERVYN, his heir. 

2. EDWARD, successor to his brother. 

1. ANGEL, s. to the estates on the death of her brother. 
Mr. Archdall, who was attainted 1689, by the Parliament of JAMES 
II, was s. by his eldest son, 

MERVYN ARCHDALL, of Castle Archdall, High Sheriff co. Fer- 
managh 1714, d. unm. 27 Dec. 1726, and was s. by his brother, 

EDWARD ARCHDALL, of Castle Archdall, High Sheriff co. Fer- 
managh 1722, m. ist, Frances, dau. of Sir John Caldwell, Bart., 
of Castle Caldwell, co. Fermanagh ; and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Cole, of Florence Court, same co. (ancestor of the Earl 

(i) John, of Drumin, whose will is dated 9 June, 1703. He of Enniskillen), but by her (who m. 2ndly, 7 Dec. 1731, Hon. Bysse 
m. Anne, dau.^of Robert Clarke, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Moleswprth) had no issue. At his death s.p. the estates devolved 

upon his sister, 

ANGEL ARCHDALL, of Castle Archdall, who m. NICHOLAS MONT- 
GOMERY, of Derrygonnelly, co. Fermanagh, M.P. Mr. Mont- 
gomery adopted the surname of ARCHDALE, and left by the heiress 
of Archdall (who d. about 1742 or 1747) an only son, 

MERVYN ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale and Trillick, Col. in the 



Royal Visit, 1903, 6. 26 Feb. 1843; T 5 Sept. 
1870, Eliza, dau. of James Alexander Pirrie, of 
LittleClandeboye, co.Down, and Eli/a Montgomery, 
his wife, and has issue, 

1. JOHN MILLER, b. 17 July, 1871 ; m. 10 Sept. 1902, Jessie, 
dau. of Joseph Ormrod. 

2. Thomas, b. ^ Feb. 1873 ; * 2 4 June, 1908, Helen Reilly, dau. 
of late John D. Barbour, D.L. of Conway, Dunmurry. 

3. James, b. 3 Jan. 1877. 

4. William, b. 25 Aug. 1886. 

1. Eliza Montgomery (Nina), m. 26 April, 1906, Lawrence Arthur 

Hind, 3rd son of Jesse Hind, of Edwalton, Notts. 

Lineage. JAMES ANDREWS, of The Old House, Comber, 
co. Down, b. 6 Dec. 1762; d. 2 July, 1841, having m. Frances 
Glenny, by whom he had a son, 

JOHN ANDREWS, of Uraghmore, Comber, co. Down, J.P., High 
Sheriff co. Down 1857, b. 15 Nov. 1792 ; m. 25 Aug. 1826, Sarah, 
dau. of William Drennan, M.D., of Cabin Hill, co. Down, and 
Sarah Swanwick, his wife. She d. 13 Feb. 1902, aged 95. He 
d. 13 May, 1864, having had issue, 

1. James, J.P., b. 23 Nov. 1829 ; m. 21 March, 1863, Mary 
Catherine, dau. of Robert Andrews, LL.D., Q.C., and d. 7 Feb. 
1882, having had issue, 

i. Herbert William. 2. Arthur Macdonald. 

3. Henry Percy. 4. Cecil Frank, 

i. Amy. 2. Eileen Lucy. 

2. William Drennan (Right Hon.), P.C. (Ireland), B.A., LL.D., 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, Justice of the King's Bench in Ireland, called to 
the Bar 1855, Q.C. 1872, raised to the Bench 1882, resigned 1910 
(51, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin), b. 24 Jan. 1832 ; m. 20 Aug. 
1857, Eliza, dau. of the late John Galloway, of Monkstown, co. 
Dublin. She d.s.p. 6 April, 1901. 

8. John, J.P., 6. 27 Jan. 1838 ; m. 5 May, 1868, Annie, dau. of 
Isaac Andrews, and d. 28 March, 1903, having had issue, 

r. John Drennan. 2. William Lennox. 

i. Mary. 2. Eva. 

3. Ethel. 
4>. THOMAS, of Ardara. 

1. Sarah, d. aged 2. 

2. Sarah, d. unm. 1845. 

3. Frances, b. 19 Feb. 1850 ; m. 3 April, 1878, Edmund W. 
Garrett. 

Arms Az., on a fesse or three mullets of the field. Crest 
A dove holding in the bill an olive branch all ppr., charged on the 
breast with a mullet az. Motto Always faithful. 

Seat Ardara, Comber, co. Down. Club Ulster Reform, 
Belfast ; Ulster Club, Belfast ; County Club, Downpatrick. 



ANNESLEY. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, ANNESLEY, E. 



ARCHDALE OF CASTLE ARCHDALE. 
EDWARD ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale, co, Fer- 
managh, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1902, High 
Sheriff co. Tyrone 1906, B.A., Keble Coll. Oxford, 
C.E., b. 22 March, 1850; s. his uncle, 1899; *. 
22 Jan. 1908, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late 
Nicholas Harwood, of H.M. Dockyard, Pembroke, 
and widow of Capt. W. Wingfield Clarke, Leicester- 
shire Regt. 

Lineagre. JOHN ARCHDALL, of Archdall, co. Fermanagh, 
High Sheriff 1616, formerly of Norsome Hall, co. Norfolk, went to 
Ireland temp. Queen ELIZABETH, and obtained a grant of lands in 
the co. Fermanagh, by patent, dated 13 July, 1612, to hold for ever 
as of the Castle of Dublin by fealty, which lands were erected into 
the Manor of Archdall, with 300 acres in demesne and power to hold 
a Court Baron. He m. Katherine, dau. of Sir William Temple, 
Knt., sometime Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. She m. 2ndly, 
Sir John Veel, Knt., and d. 23 Nov. 1642. John Archdall left issue, 

1. EDWARD, his heir, of whom hereafter. 

2. Martin (Ven.), Archdeacon of Ferns, 1629, d. before 1660. 

3. John (Ven.), B.D., Archdeacon of Killala, 1637, and of 
Achonry, 1638, m. the dau. of Donnellan, of co. Roscommon, 
and d. 1668, leaving a son, 

John (Rev.), Vicar of Lusk, co. Dublin, 1679, m - by licence, 
dated i April, 1679, Elizabeth, dau. of John Barnard, of 
Drumin, co. Louth. She d. Dec. 1731. He d. 1690, leaving 
with a dau. Frances, three sons, 



i7io, Francis Johnston, of Darrycholaught, co. Fermanagh) 
left a posthumous son, 

John, of Drumin, d. unm. 13 June, 1787. 
2) WILLIAM, of Dublin, in the Paymaster-General's Depart- 
ment, m. Henrietta, dau. of Rev. Henry Goone, Vicar Choral 
of the Cathedral of Tuam. Her will is dated 25 luJy, 1765. 
He d. 5 Sept. 1751, leaving three daus. : i. Elizabeth ; 2. 
Angel, m. 12 Jan. 1748-9, William Preston; 3. Katherine, 
m. Dobson ; and two sons, 

i. MERVYN (Rev.), Rector of Attanagh, op. Kilkenny, and 
afterwards of Slant, co. Meath, 6. 22 April, 1732 ; m. ist 



Army, M.P. for co. Fermanagh, and High Sheriff 1773, m. by 
licence, dated 12 July, 1762, Hon. Mary Dawson, dau. of William 
Henry, Viscount Carlow, and sister of John, ist Earl of Portar- 



lington, and d 1813, having by her had issue, 

1. MERVYN, his heir. 2. WILLIAM, s. his brother. 



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Armstrong. 



3. Edward, of Riversdale, co. Fermanagh, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1813, m. 2 Oct. 1809, Matilda, 2nd dau. of William 
Humphrys, of Ballyhaise, co. Cavan, and d. 12 May, 1864, 
having had issue, 

1. MERVVN EDWARD, s. his uncle. 

2. WILLIAM HUMPHRYS, late of Castle Archdale. 

3. Edward, of Lisnaskea, co. Fermanagh, b. 1816, Lieut. -Col. in 
the Army, and Col. Fermanagh Militia, J.P. co. Fermanagh, 
High Sheriff 1872 ; m. ist, 21 Nov. 1846, Caroline Anne, dau. 
of Charles Claude Clifton, of Tymawr, co. Brecon. He m. 
2ndly, 9 Feb. 1875, Eleanor Jane (d. 23 July, 1907), youngest 
dau. of Robert Stewart, of Lisburn, and d. 1886. 

4. Henry Montgomery (Rev.), M.A., of Thornhill, co. Ferma- 
nagh, formerly incumbent of St. Michael's, b. 1818 ; m. 1848, 
Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of James Blackwood Price, of Saintfield, 
and d. 14 Feb. 1898, leaving issue by her (who d. 7 Aug. 1911), 

(1) EDWARD, now of Castle Archdale. 

(2) Henry Dawson, b. 1851. 

(3) James Blackwood, Maj. late R.A. and Army Ordnance 
Department, b. 17 July, 1853 ; m. Feb.. 1886, Elizabeth, 
dau. of the late George May, of Cambridge, and has issue, 



Henry Blackwood, b. 15 March, 1887. 
(44, Shirley Ave 
b. i Oct. 1855 ; m. 17 Sept. 1895, Mary Scott, dau. of the 



(4) Audley Mervyn (44, Shirley Avenue, Southampton), 



late George Elphinstone, of Oakfield House, Streatham, j 
and has issue, 

i. George Mervyn, b. 14 Aug. 1896. 

1. Margaret Helen, ft. i Oct. 1897. 

2. Beatrice Mary, b. 13 April, 1901. 

(5) Montgomery, b. 1858. 

(6) George, of Dromard, Kesh, co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff 
1904, late Capt. 5th Battal on Royal Ir sh R fles. b. 27 Jan. ' 
1860 ; m. 28 Dec. 1894, Mary, dau. of the late John Graham, 
of Parade House, Cowes, and" has issue, 

1. Mervyn Henry Dawson, b. n March, 1904. 

2. George Montgomery, b. 6 July, 1907. 

i. Helen Audley. 2. Mary Blackwood. 

3. Sarah Matilda. 4. Joan. 

(1) Elizabeth Price. 

(2) Sarah Blackwood, m. Nov. 1886, Rev. Edward Blanchard 
Ryan, Rector of Strangford, co. Down, and has issue. 

(3) Matilda Humphries. (4) Richmal Magnell. 

5. Nicholas Montgomery, of Crock na Grieve, co. Fermanagh, j 
.P. for that co. and Longford, b. 18 Feb. 1820 ; m. 27 Jan. 
1852, Adelaide Mary, 4th dau. of the Rev. John Grey Porter, 
of Kilskeery and Belleisle, co. Fermanagh, son of the Bishop 
of Clogher, and d. 2 Feb. 1877, suddenly, in the hunting field, 
leaving issue, 

(1) Edward Mervyn, of Crock na Crieve and Riversdale 
(see ARCHDALE of Riversdale). 

(2) John Porter PORTER, of Clonbalt, co. Longford (see 
PORTER of Clonbalt). 

(3) William Henry, b. 16 Nov. 1856 ; d. unm. 29 March, 
1875- 

(4) Henry Butler, b. 4 Dec. 1857 ; d. unm. 22 Oct. 1858. 

(5) Nicholas Francis, b. 19 Feb. 1862 ; m. ig April, 1887, 
Alice, eldest dau. of Philip Henry Egerton, of Gladwyn, 
Gresford. She d.s.p. 1889. 

(6) Theodore Montgomery, D.S.O., Major R.H.A., b. 24 Sept. 
1873 J w*. 9 Oct. 1901, Helen Alexander, dau. of the late 
Alexander Russel, of St. Andrews, N.B., and has issue, 

la. Nicholas Montgomery, b. 27 July, 1902. 
za. Alexander Mervyn, b. 27 Nov. 1905. 
la. Helen Elizabeth, b. 21 Aug. 1907. 

(1) Margaret Eleanor, b. 23 Feb. 1854. 

(2) Matilda Lavinia, b. 7 Dec. 1850 ; d. unm. 14 July, 
1876. 

(3) Margaret Eleanor. 

6. John, in the 52nd Light Infantry, d. of yellow fever at 
Berbice, 1841. 

7. Hugh Montgomery, of Drumadravy, co. Fermanagh, Capt. 
52nd Regt., m. 23 Sept. 1857, Lizzie, dau. of Sir Hugh 
Stewart, 2nd bart., of Ballygawley, and d. 1880, leaving issue, 

(1) Edward Hugh, b. 1861 ; m. 10 May, 1899, Dorothy 
Mary, only dau. of the late Albert Belton, and had issue. 

(2) Henry St. George, b. 1862. 

(3) Alfred Montgomery, b. 1864. 

(4) William Stewart, b. 1870 ; m. 7 Sept. 1898, Emily Laura, 
dau. of Hugh Lyons Montgomery (see MONTGOMERY of 
Be! have!). 

(5) Lionel John Dawson, b. 1874. 

(6) Nicholas James Mervyn, 6. 1878. 

(1) Minnie, d. 3 April, 1888, having m. Major Hugh James 
Archdale. 

(2) Henrietta Julia Maud. (3) Margaret Mathilda. 
(4) Emily Mary Hamilton. 

8. Audley Mervyn, of Underdown, co. Hereford, J.P., Capt. 
R.A.., b. 1826 ; m. 1854, Sybilla Mary, 3rd dau. of Philip John 
Miles, of Liegh Court, Bristol, and d. 1893, having by her (who 
d. 1889) had, with other issue, 

Mervyn Edward, of The Retreat, co. Devon, Maj. 
late Gloucester Regt., b. 21 Dec. 1855 ; m. 12 April, 1887, 
Minna, eldest dau. of Fulbert Archer, of Timaru, New 
Zealand, and by her (who d. 1900) has a son, Edward Mervyn, 
b. 1888. 

9. James Mervyn, d. 1840. 

1. Mary. 

2. Letitia Jane, m. 1834, Rev. Butler Brooke, Rector of Aghavea, 
younger son of Sir Henry Brooke, ist bart., of Colbrooke. He 
d.s.p., 14 Nov. 1869. Shed. 1899. 

3. Richmall Magnall. 4. Matilda, d. unm. 1852. 



4. Henry, late Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards, m. Jane, dau. of 
Philip Doyne, which lady d.s.p. 

1. Mary, m. Rt. Hon. Sir John Stewart, ist bart., ofAthenry, 
co. Tyrone, M.P., Attorney General for Ireland 1799, and d. 28 
May, 1795, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, STEWART ofAthenry 
BART.). 

2. Angel, m. John Richardson, ot Rossfad House, co. Fermanagh. 

3. Caroline. 4. Anne. 

5. Catharine. 

6. Elizabeth, m. Dacre Hamilton, of Cornacassa, co. Monaghan. 

7. Sidney, m. 10 May, 1800, Robert Hamilton, of the city of 
Dublin. 

8. Wilhelmina Henrietta, m. Augustine Macnamara, of Dublin. 
The eldest son, 

MERVYN ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale and Trillick, a Gen. in 
the Army, Lieut.-Gov. of the Isle of Wight, and M.P. in eleven 
Parl'aments for co. Fermanagh, b. 1763 ; m. Feb. 1806, Jane, du. 
of Gustavus Rochfort, co. Westmeath, but d.s.p. 1839, when he was 
s. by his brother, 

WILLIAM ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale, Lieut.-Col. in the 
Army, High Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1845, m. Martha Hawley, dau. 
of James Clarke, of Castle Carey, Somerset, and dying s.p. 1863, 
was s. by his nephew, 

MERVYN EDWARD ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale, co. Fermanagh, 
and Trillick, co. Tyrone, b. 1812 ; J.P. and D.L. co. Fermanagh, 
High Sheriff 1879, 'and J.P. for cos. Donegal and Tyrone, late a 
Capt. 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, M.P. for Fermanagh 1834-74 ; 
m. Emma Inez, dau. of Jacob Goulding, of London and Kew. He 
d. 22 Dec. 1895. She d. 30 Aug. 1874. He was s. by his brother, 

WILLIAM HUMPHRYS MERVYN ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale, 
co. Fermanagh, J.P. and D.L. for that co., and High Sheriff 1845, 
J.P. co. Tyrone and High Sheriff 1861, M.P. co. Fermanagh 1874-85, 
B.A. Exeter Coll. Oxford, b. 1813 ; m. ist, 15 April, 1845, Emily 
Mary Rebecca, eldest dau. of the late Hon. and Rev. John Charles 
Maude. She d. 1892. He m. andly, 1894, Matilda (Gortinore, 
Monkstown, co. Dublin], dau. of William Alley, of Artane, co. 
Dublin. Mr. W. H. Archdale s. his brother 1895, and assumed by 
Royal Licence the additional surname of MERVYN in accordance 
with the will of his uncle Gen. Mervyn Archdale, and d.s.p. 23 June, 
1899, when he was s. by his nephew EDWARD, now of Castle Archdale. 

Seats Castle Archdaie, Irvinestown, co. Fermanagh, and 
Trillick Lodge, co. Tyrone. 

ARCHDALE OF RIVERSDALE. 

EDWARD MERVYN ARCHDALE, of Riversdale, co. 
Fermanagh, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1884, M.P. 
for North Fermanagh, 1898-1903, Lieut, ret. R.N., b. 
26 Jan. 1853 ; m. 10 June, 1880, Alice Bland, 
youngest dau. of the late Quintin Fleming, of 
Chapelville, Dingle, Liverpool, and has issue, 

1. NICHOLAS EDWARD, Lieut. R.N., b. 11 June, 1881. 

2. William Porter Palgrave, b. i Dec. 1883. 

3. Audley Quintin, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 3 April, 1886. 

4. Dominick Mervyn, b. 4 April, 1892. 

5. Humphrys, Cadet R.N., b. 29 July, 1896. 

1. Angel, b. 10 Aug. 1882 ; m. 31 Aug. 1909, P. M. Loftus Totten- 
ham, Inspector-General of Irrigation in Sudan, and has issue. 

Mr. Archdale is the eldest son of Nicholas Mont- 
gomery Archdale, of Crock na Crieve, who d. 2 Feb. 
1877, and Adelaide Mary, his wife, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. John Grey Porter, of Belleisle, co. Fermanagh 
(see that family), and grandson of Edward Archdale, 
D.L., of Riversdale, who d. 12 May, 1864. 

HiineapTP. See ARCHDALE, of Castle Archdale. 

Seat Riversdale, Ballinamallard, co. Fermanagh. Club 
Kildare Street. 

WRIGHT-ARMSTRONG OF KILLYLEA. 

HENRY BRUCE 
WRIGHT ARMSTRONG, 
of Killylea, co. Ar- 
magh, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff for that 
co. 1875, and High 
Sheriff for co. Long- 
ford 1894, M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Cambridge, 
called to the bar at 
the Inner Temple 1868, 
b. 27 July, 1844; s. 
1872; w. 14 Nov. 1883, 
Margaret, dau. of 
William Leader, of 
Rosnalee, co. Cork, 
and has issue, 

1. WILLIAM FORTESCUE, 
Lieut. R.A., b. 13 Aug. 
1885. 

2. Michael Richard Leader, b. 27 Nov. 




Armstrong. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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3. Henry Maxwell, b. 12 Feb. 1891. 

4. James Robert Bargrave, b. 6 April, 1893. 

5. Christopher Wyborne, b. 9 May, 1899. 

1. Frances Margaret Alice. 2. Dorothea Gertrude. 

3. Margaret Helen Elizabeth. 

Lineage. EDWARD ARMSTRONG, son of William Armstrong, 
by Jane Carver his wife, m. 1760, Grace Jones, and had two sons, 

1. WILLIAM JONES. 2. Edward. 

The elder, 

REV. WILLIAM JONES ARMSTRONG, M.A., Rector of the Union 
of Termonfechan, co. Louth, m. Sept. 1786, Margaret, 3rd dau. 
of Alderman John Tew, Lord Mayor of Dublin (and Margaret 
Maxwell, his wife, grandniece of John, ist Lord Farnham), and 
grand-dau. of Alderman David Tew, Lord Mayor of same city 
1752, by whom he had issue, 

1. WILLIAM JONES, his heir. 

2. John Tew, m. Anne, only dau. of Ralph Tew, of Raddinstown 
co. Meath, and had issue, 

i. Maxwell. 2. John. 

3. Thomas Fortescue, d. 31 Jan. 1908. 
i. Anne. 

3. Thomas Knox, of Fellowes Hall, J.P. co. Armagh, m. Catherine 
Frances, and dau. of the late Wallop Brabazon, of Rath House, 
co. Louth, by Jane his ist wife, dau. of Josias Dupre, of Wilton 
Park, Bucks, and d. at Rome, Jan. 1840, leaving issue, 

1. Jane Rebecca, m. 25 Nov. 1890, Acheson St. George, of Wood 
Park, co. Armagh. He d.s.p. 2 July, 1902 (see that family). 

2. Diana Lucinda, d. unm. 

1. Helen, m. the Rev. John Kerr, Rector of the Union of Ter- 
monfechan. 

2. Anne, m. Walter Newton, late of the 2 ist Light Dragoons. 

3. Diana Jane, dec. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM JONES ARMSTRONG, of Killylea, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1840, b. 22 May, 1794 ; m. 3 Feb. 1842, Frances Elizabeth, 
widow of Col. Sir Michael M'Creagh, C.B., K.C.H., &c., and only dau. 
of Capt. Christopher Wilson, of the 22nd Foot, and by her (who 
d. 1894) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM FORTESCUE, b. 28 Jan. 1843, late 7th Hussars, d. unm. 
2 May, 1871. 

2. HENRY BRUCE, now of Killylea. 

Mr. Armstrong assumed, by Royal Licence 20 Feb. 1868, the name 
and arms of WRIGHT under the will of Lady Frances E. Wright- 
Wilson, and d. 1872. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, ARMSTRONG, per pale gu. and 
vert, three dexter armed arms, couped at the shoulders and embowed, 
the hands clenched, ppr. ; snd and 3rd, WRIGHT, arg. three bars 
gemel gu., on a chief az. three leopards' faces or, a canton erm. for 
distinction. Crests ist, ARMSTRONG : Out of a mural coronet or, 
an armed arm embowed, the hand grasping an oak tree eradicated, 
ppr. ; 2nd, WRIGHT : Out of a mural crown, chequy, or and gu., a 
dragon's head vert, on the neck three leopards' faces as in the arms, 
between two bars gemel, a trefoil slipped or. Motto Invictus 
maneo. 

Seats Killylea, co. Armagh and Dean's Hill. Armagh. Clubs 
Carlton, S.W., and Kildare Street, Dublin. 



HEATON-ARMSTRONG OF FARNEY CASTLE 
AND MOUNT HEATON. 

WILLIAM CHARLES 
HEATON - ARMSTRONG 
(senior representative 
of the Armstrongs of 
Farney Castle and 
Mount Heaton), Lord 
of the Manor of Ros- 
crea, King's Co.. M.P. 
for Sudbury 1906-10, 
b. i Sept. 1853 ; m. 
7 Sept. i885,atVeldes, 
Austria, the Baronesse 
Bertha : ' Maxmiliana 
Zois-Kdelstein, only 
surviving dau. of the 
4th Baron Zois-Edel- 
stein, of Austria, and 
has issue, 
. 1. WILLIAM DUNCAN FRANCIS, b. at Veldes, Austria, 29 Sept. 

1886. 

2. John Dunamace, b. in Middlesex, 21 Feb. 1888. 

1. Bertha Grace, b. in London, 2 Jan. 1893. 
Mr. Heaton-Armstrong succeeded, at his father's 
death, 29 April, 1891, to the representation of the 
families of Armstrong, of Farney Castle and Mount 
Heaton, Mealiffe, &c. ; of MacDonnell, of New 
Hall ; and also of the family of Heaton, of Moor- 
house, Yorkshire, whose representative (temp. Queen 




ELIZABETH) was Bishop of Ely. Mr. Heaton- 
Armstrong is 1 9th in descent from King EDWARD I 
of England and i4th from King JAMES II of Scot- 
land (see BURKE'S Royal Descents). 

Liineagre. SIR THOMAS ARMSTRONG, Knt., M.P., 6. at Nimeguem 
in Holland. He obtained considerable grants of land in Ireland, 
among others the lands of Straffan. co. Kildare, and house property 
in the cities of Waterford, Limerick, and Leicester. He had been 
a great sufferer in the royal cause, and was very active for CHARLES 
II before the Restoration. His enterprising spirit excited the jealousy 
of Cromwell, who threw him into prison and even threatened his 
life. He was after the Restoration reappointed Quarter-Master 
Gen. of the Cavalry in Ireland, and d. Nov. 1662, leaving issue a son, 
SIR THOMAS ARMSTRONG engaged with all the zeal that was 
natural to him in the service of the Duke of Monmouth. Finding 
himself obnoxious to the court he fled the kingdom and went 
to Holland, and his flight was soon followed by outlawry. He 
was seized abroad and sent to London where he was condemned 
for the Rye House Plot by Chief Justice Jeffries, and executed 
on the 2oth June, 1684, without a trial, and with peculiar circum- 
stances of rigour. (See State Trials.) He at his death denied 
having ever had any intention against his Majesty's life. The 
attainder was subsequently reversed in the Court of King's Bench, 
6 WILLIAM III, and by Act of Parliament 6,000 and an annuity 
of 2.000 a year was granted to Lady Armstrong. Sir Thomas 
was gentleman of the horse to King CHARLES II, Capt. of the ist 
troop of Royal Horse Guards, commission dated 30 Dec. 12 
CHARLES II, and Lieut.-Col. of the 3rd troop of Horse Guards 
and served in Parliament for Stafford (1640) and for Leicester- 
shire (1660). He m. Katherine, dau. of James Pollexfen, of 
Stanstead Mont-Fitchet, co. Essex, and by her (who d. 1693) had 
three daus., 

1. Jane, m, the distinguished Admiral Mathew. 

2. Mary, m. Mr. Pollexfen, the celebrated lawyer, who defended 
Lord William Russell in 1683. 

3. Catherine, d. unm. 

The only brother of Sir Thomas was CAPT. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, 
founder of the family in Tipperary, who went over to Ireland and 
settled in the old castle at Farney Bridge (lease granted by Duke of . 
Ormonde, 3 Nov. 1670), near Thurles, where he was followed by 
his brother's widow, Lady Armstrong. He obtained a grant under 
the Act of Settlement of Bohercarron and other lands in the 
county of Limerick dated 3 March, 1666. 

WILLIAM ARMSTRONG was Capt. of the troop of horse attached to 
the Tipperary Militia in 1688. He m. Alice, dau. of Sir Thomas 
| Deane, and by her had issue, two sons, 

1. JOHN, his successor. 

2. Thomas, of Mealiffe (see, that family). 
The elder son, 

JOHN ARMSTRONG, M.P. of Farney Castle, s. his father, and m. 

: in 1695, Juliana, 2nd dau. of Robert Carew, of Ballyboro, co. 

Wexford, ancestor of Lord Carew (by Anne, dau. of Andrew Lvnn, 

of Ballynamona, co. Waterford). He purchased, in 1677, large 

estates including the abbey and lands of Holycrpss, Ballycahill, 

&c. He was one of the Poll Tax Commissioners in 1669. He d. 

16 May, 1707 (adm. to his widow 26 Aug. 1717), leaving issue by his 

wife (who survived him, and d. 27 Nov. 1737, aged 61) four sons, 

1. WILLIAM, his successor. 2. Robert, d. unm. 

3. John, ancestor of the present Farney Castle branch. He m. 
in 1740, Anne, dau. of Anthony Blunt, of the co. Kilkenny, by 
whom he had issue, four sons and three daus. 

4. James William, in holy orders, m. Sarah Nicholson. 
The eldest son. 

COL. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, M.P., of Farney Castle and Mount 
Heaton, b. i June, 1688, as Col. of the Tipperary Militia, High 
Sheriff in 1738. He m. 6 March, 1731, Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heiress 
of Francis Heaton, of Mount Heaton, King's Co. (and formerly of 
Moorhouse in the co. York, where they were settled at the time of the 
Conquest) by Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Curtis, of Inane, M.P. 
The principal family residence was then changed to Mount Heaton 
(otherwise called Ballyskennagh), and Farney Castle was subse- 
quently given over to his younger brother John. William (having 
survived his wife) d. intestate i Jan. 1767, leaving issue, a son and 
a dau., 

JOHN, of whom presently. 

Mary, m. 12 Sept. 1755, the Very Rev. George Thomas, D.D., 

and d. 27 March, 1795, leaving issue. 
The son and heir, 

THE RIGHT HON. JOHN ARMSTR9NG, M.P., P.C., of Farney Castle 
! and Mount Heaton, b. in 1732 ; s. his father in 1767. He m. 17 July, 
1770, Letitia (b. 1724), eldest dau. and co-heiress of Abraham 
Greene of Ballymacreece, co. Limerick (by Honoria his wife, dau. 
of William Piers, of Portarlington, Queen's Co., 4th son of Sir 
W. Piers, Bart,, of Tristernagh Abbey, by the Lady Honoria Fitz- 
maurice, dau. of the 2oth Earl of Kerry). He served in several 
parliaments for the boroughs of Kilmallock and Fore, and was made 
a member of the King's Privy Council in Ireland on 9 Sept. 1789. 
i At one time he raised a troop of horse for the King's service, and 
maintained them at his own cost, refusing all offers of reward for 
his services. In consideration of other important services he had 
done the country, he was twice urged by the Irish Government to 
take a baronetcy, which he declined. It was subsequently arranged 
that he was to be made a peer, under the title of Baron of Dunamace, 
in Ireland, and the patent was lodged at the Hanaper Office, when 
he d. suddenly before the patent had passed the Great Seal, at Mount 
Heaton, 12 Sept. 1791, aged 59. He was buried in the churchyard 
at Ballycahill, and left issue (by his wife, who m. 2ndly, the Very 
Rev. James Hobson, and d. at Sidmouth, 28 Jan. 1820, aged 75, 
and is buried there), one son and one dau., 



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Armstrong. 



WILLIAM HENRY, his heir. 

Elizabeth Mary, b. 20 Jan. 1773 ; d, (accidently burned) in 

Dublin, 26 Feb. 1780, and is bur. at Ballycahill. 
The son and heir, 

WILLIAM HENRY ARMSTRONG, M.P., of Mount Heaton, 6. at 
Toulouse in France, 21 June, 1774 ; m. 7 April, 1809, Bridget, only 
dau. and (in her issue) co-heiress of the late Col. Charles Macdonnell, 
M.P., of New Hall, co. Clare (by Bridget, dau. of John Bayly, 
of Debsborough, co. Tipperary). He voted against the union of 
England and Ireland, as mentioned by Sir J. Barrington in his 
memoirs. From the year 1816 he resided almost entirely on the 
Continent, and, not intending to return to Ireland, he sold, in 1817, 
Mount Heaton, and in 1834, his Fermanagh, and nearly all his 
Limerick, Tipperary and English estates, 133,460 acres. He d. 
at Passy, near Paris, 21 Sept. 1835, aged 61, and is buried in the 
Montmartre Cemetery at Paris. He had issue by his wife (who d. 
20 Oct. 1860, aged 70) four sons and seven daus., 

1. JOHN, late representative of the family. 

2. Charles William, b. at Abbeville, 19 April, 1819 ; d. there, 31 
May, 1819. 

3. William Edward ARMSTRONG-MACDONNELL, of New Hall, co. 
Clare, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1853, Col. Com. Clare Militia ; 
took the additional surname and arms of MACDONNELL by Royal 
Licence in 1858 ; m. 20 July, 1858, Hon. Juliana Cecilia O'Brien, 
eldest dau. of Lucius, i3th Lord Inchiquin, and d. in Dublin, n 



the late Rev. John Wrixon, M.A^, Vicar of Malone, 
co. Antrim, and his wife Anne Arabella, dau. and 
eventual co-heiress of the late Rear- Admiral J 
Dawson, w. 24 April, 1879, GEORGE FRANCIS 
SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, M.A. (stip. con.), Dub. Univ., 
D.Lit. (honoris causd), R.U.I., Author of The 
Tragedy of Israel, Stories of Wicklow, One of the 
Infinite, Ballads of Down, and many other poetical 
works. Mr. Savage-Armstrong, b. 5 May, 1845, was 
the only surviving son of the late Edmund John 
Armstrong, who d. 1870, by his wife Jane (who 
d. 3 Jan. 1880), dau. and eventual heiress of the 
late Rev. Henry Savage, of Glastry, in the Ards, 
co. Down, B.A. and J.P., Incumbent of Ardkeen 
(see NUGENT-SAVAGE of Portaferry, and BURKE' s 
Family Records, SAVAGE). On the death of a 
maternal uncle, he assumed by deed poll, 29 Dec. 
1890, as representative of his grandfather, the ad- 



eldest dau. of Lucius, i 3 th Lord Inchiquin, and d. in Dublin, n ditional surname of SAVAGE, and d. 24 July, 1906, 
Nov. 1883, leaving five sons and three daus. (see ARMSTRONG-MAC- i : CC11 _ 



DONNELL of New Hall). 
4. Charles, late of Larch Hill, co. Clare (79, George Street, 
Limerick), b. at Florence, 7 May, 1830, assumed the additional 
name of HEATON in 1884 ; m. 29 March, 1856, Georgina 
Maria, eldest dau. of Richard John Stacpoole, of Eden Vale, co. 
Clare, J.P. and D.L., and d. 18 Feb. 1906, having had issue, 

1. Charles Richard Beauchamp, b. 3 Sept. 1858 ; m. 24 April, 
1895, Ethel Maria Beatrice, dau. of Charles de la Cherois 
Purdon, M.D., and has issue, 

(1) Charles George William Stacpoole, b. 12 Feb. 1896. 

(2) Louis John, b. 26 April, 1905. 

(3) Robert Carew, b. 8 Dec. 1907. 

2. George William Bayly, b. n March, 1860 ; m. 9 Oct. 1895, 
Alice Jane, dau. of Frederick William Garron, of Ilfbrd House, 
Essex. 

3. William Henry, b. 16 July, 1863 ; d. unm. 28 Oct. 1906. 

i. Elizabeth Letitia, m. 7 Aug. 1895, Col. Richard Arthur 
Milton Henn, commanding Limerick City Artillery, late R.A., 
and has issue (see HENN of Paradise Hill). 

1. Letitia Mary, b. at Mount Heaton, n Feb. 1810 ; d. there, 
ii July, 1811. 

2. Letitia Charlotte, m. i June, 1841, Charles William Hamilton, 
J.P., of Hamwood, co. Meath, and d. 28 June, 1872, leaving 
issue. He d. 16 Feb. 1880. 

3. Catherine Gertrude, m. 17 Oct. 1839, John Bayly, of Debs- 
borough, co. Tipperary, and d. 4 Oct. 1874, having by him (who 
d. 14 May, 1865) had issue (see that family). 

4. Bridge't, m. 23 March, 1849, James Dobree, of Rock Lodge, 
co. Devon, and d. 4 April, 1880, leaving issue. 

5. Mary, m. 12 July, 1842, the Ven. Evans Johnston, D.D., 
B.A., Archdeacon of Ferns, and d. 8 March, 1885, leaving issue. 

6. Emily Dorothea, b. 21 Dec. 1817 ; d. unm. at Paris, 5 Feb. 
1836, and is bur. near her father. 

7. Louisa, m. 21 Dec. 1861, Rev. Francis Henry Hall, incumbent 
of Holly Mount, co. Down (who d. 10 June, 1880). She d.s.p. 14 
Nov. 1891. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN HEATON-ARMSTRONG, Lord of the Manor of Roscrea, was 
heir-male of the family of ARMSTRONG of Farney Castle, Mount 
Heaton and Mealiffe, as well as of the families of MACDONNELL of 
New Hall and HEATON of Yorkshire. In accordance with the 
terms of his grandfather's will, he assumed by Royal Licence the 
additional surname and arms of HEATON. He was b. at Mount 
Heaton i May, 1815 ; m. at H.B.M. Embassy, Vienna, 29 May, 
1849, Josephine Therese Mayr, of Leoben, Styria, and by her (who 
d. in Jersey, 5 April, 1858, and is there buried) (see BARONS MAYR- 
MELNHOF in the Peerage of Austria) had issue, 

1. John Childe, b. i Jan. 1850 ; m. 21 Nov. 1885, Lucy Ann, 
youngest dau. of Major Charles Henry Cobbe, 60 th Regt., and 
d.s.p. in London, 30 March, 1886, and is bur. there. 

2. WILLIAM CHARLES, present representative of the family. 
1. Bids Louisa. 2. Lucy Emily. 

Mr, Heaton-Armstrong served as Lieut, in the Austrian Cuirassiers 
and Walmpden Dragoons, and was offered to be created a Count of 
the Austrian Empire and a Chamberlain to the Emperor, but 
declined the honour. In later years, from 1839 to 1848, he was 
distinguished as a traveller in South America and Australia, in 
which latter country he made many valuable discoveries. He d. 
29 April, 1891, at Goertz, and is there buried. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th (ARMSTRONG) gu., three 
dexter arms vambranced and embowed ppr. ; 2nd and 3rd 
<HEATON) vert, a lion rampant arg. Crests ist (ARMSTRONG), 
a dexter arm vambranced and embowed, the hand grasping an 
armed leg couped at the thigh and bleeding, all ppr. ; 2nd 
(HEATON), a lion rampant ppr. ducally crowned, plain collared 
and chained or. Motto Vi et armis. 

Residence 30, Portland Place, London, W. Club Union. 



SAVAGE- ARMSTRONG OF CORRATINNER. 

MARIE ELIZABETH SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, of Corra- 
tinner, co. Cavan, younger dau, and co-heiress of 



leaving issue, 

1. FRANCIS SAVAGE NESBITT, Capt. ist Batt. South Staffs Regt., 
educated at Shrewsbury and served in South African War 1899- 
1902 (Queen's medal with three clasps and King's medal with 
two clasps), b. 5 July, 1880. 

2. John Raymond Savage. Capt. 4th Batt. Leinster Regt., 
educated at Shrewsbury ana Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 13 May, 1882. 
1. Arabella Guendolen Savage. 

Lineage. THOMAS DAWSON, elder brother of Dr. Robert 
Dawson, consecrated Bishop of Clonfert 1627, went to Ireland 1601, 
it is stated, from Temple Sowerby, Westmorland, and purchased 
the lands of Castle Dawson, co. Londonderry. His son and successor, 

THOMAS DAWSON, Commissary of the Musters of the Army in 
Ireland, d. 1683, and was s. by his son, 

THOMAS DAWSON, of Castle Dawson, M.P. for Antrim, who m. 
Olivia Upton, of Castle Upton, co. Antrim, and was s. by his brother, 

JOSHUA DAWSON, of Castle Dawson, M.P. for Wicklow, and 
Secretary for Ireland, temp. Queen ANNE. He m. Jan. 1695-96, 
Anne, dau. of Thomas Carr, son of Sir George Carr, Secretary for 
Ireland, and d. 1727, leaving, with other issue, 

1. ARTHUR, his son and heir, a Baron of the Exchequer, ancestor 
of DAWSON of Moyola Park, co. Londonderry, now represented 
by LADY SPENCER CHICHESTER (see BURKE'S Peerage, DONEGALL, 
M.). 

2. William, Surveyor-General of Munster, m. and had issue. 

3. CHARLES, of whose line we treat. 

1. Mary, m. to Right Hon. Henry Hamilton, M.P. 
The youngest son, 

CHARLES DAWSON, H.M. Inspector of Customs for Ireland, m. 
Sarah, dau. of John Downing, of Bellaghy and Rowesgift, co. 
Londonderry (b. 1700), eldest son of Col. Adam Downing (served 
with distinction at the siege of Derry and the Battle of the Boyne, 
b. 1666, d. 1719), and grandson of Henry Downing (b. 1630, younger 
brother of Sir George Downing, Bart., the eminent statesman, 
temp. CHARLES II ; see FULLERTON of Ballintoy and BEAUMONT- 
NESBITT of Tubberdaly), and by her had issue, two sons and three 
daus. The elder surviving son, 

REAR ADMIRAL JOHN DAWSON, R.N., of Carrickfergus, and of 
co. Cavan, b. 1760, served in the war with America, &c., under 
Rodney and Howe ; m. his ist cousin, Medicis, eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Alexander Clotworthy Downing, of Bellaghy and Rowesgift, 
co. Londonderry, Rector of Leckpatrick, co. Tyrone, and of Tha- 
mazine his wife, dau. and heiress of Albert Nesb'itt, of Tubberdaly, 
King's Co., and by her had issue, 

1. Charles, d. in infancy. 

2. Alexander, Lieut. R.N., b. 18 Dec. 1800 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of 
Richard Gresley (see BURKE'S Peerage, GRESLEY, Bart.), and 
d. 1841, s.p. 

3. Andrew Hamond Snape, M.A., in Holy Orders, of Dunloskin, 
Carrickfergus, and of co. Cavan, m. Anne, dau. of Robert Haire, 
Q.C., of Ballagh House, co. Fermanagh, and d. 1873, s.p. 

1. THAMAZINE, eventual co-heiress with her sister, Mrs. Wrixon, 
b. 1796, m. 1824, Rev. John Bradshaw, Incumbent of Lambeg, 
co. Antrim. She d. 1883, leaving an only child, Thamazine, m. 
to the Rev. T. G. Beaumont, M.A., whose eldest son, EDWARD 
DOWNING BEAUMONT-NESBITT, is now of Tubberdaly. 

2. ANNE ARABELLA, of Corratinner, co. Cavan, co-heiress with 
her sister, Mrs. Bradshaw, m. 1847, the Rev. John Wrixon, 
M.A., Vicar of Malone, co. Antrim, youngest son of Capt. John 
Wrixon, 5th Dragoon Guards, by his wife, Maria, dau. of Col. 
Bentley, H.E.I.C.S., and grandson of Edward Wrixon, of 
Gurteenbaha, co. Cork (d. 1788), great-grandson of Henry Wrixon, 
of Blossomfort, co. Cork, and great-great-grandson of John 
Wrixon, of Blossomfort and Lissard, co. Cork, whose grandfather 
was Robert Wrixon, of co. Cork (living 1666). Mr. Wrixon d. 
1876, leaving issue, 

1. ANNA MEDICI, now of Dunloskin, Carrickfergus, and of co. 
Cavan, co-heiress with her sister, Mrs. SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, 
m. 1870, to JOHN GODFREY ECHLIN, of Ardquin, and has issue 
(see ECHLIN of Ardquin). 

2. MARIE ELIZABETH, now of Corratinner, co-heiress with 
her sister, Mrs. ECHLIN. 

Residence Strangford House, Strangford, co. Down. 



Armstrong. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



ARMSTRONG OF MOYALIFFE AND 
CHAFFPOOL. 

MARCUS BERESFORD ARMSTRONG, of Mealiffe, 
co. Tipperary, and Chaffpool, co. Sligo, J.P. and 
D.L. co. Tipperary, High Sheriff co. Tipperary 1905, 
and J.P. co. Sligo, late Capt. 8th Brig. N. Irish Div. 
R.A., b. 19 May, 1861, only son of William Arm- 
strong of Chaffpool, who d. 1889, and Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Gen. Clark, m. n April, 1888, Rosalie j 
Coraelia, 2nd dau. of Maurice Ceely Maude, of 
Le.iaghan Park, Enniskillen (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
HAWARDEN, V.), and has issue, 

1. WILLIAM MAURICE, Lieut, roth Royal Hussars, b. 20 Avig. 1889. 

1. Cornelia lone Kathleen. 2. Rosalie Winona. 

3. Lisalie Maude. 

Mr. M. B. Armstrong had four sisters : i. Elise 
Catherine -m. Robert Gun, 2nd son of Sir R. G. 
Paul, Bart., Ballyglan, co. Waterford ; 2. Eleanor 
Clara ; 3. Mildred Alice ; and 4. Grace d. 1905. 

Lineage. This is a younger branch of the family of ARMSTRONG 
of Mount Heaton (whom see). THOMAS ARMSTRONG, of Mealiffe, 
co. Tipperary, High Sheriff temp. ANNE, younger son of Capt. 
William Armstrong, and Alice his wife, dai;. of Sir Thomas Deane. 
He was b. 1671, m. Mary, dau. of Robert Carew, of Castleboro', 
and d. 20 July, 1741, leaving seven sons and six daus. His 
descendant, 

REV. WILLIAM CAREW ARMSTRONG, of Mealiffe, Chancellor of 
Cashel, m. n Nov. 1789, Hon. Katherine Elleanor Beresford, eldest 
dau. of the Most Rev. William, ist Lord Decies, Archbishop of 
Tuam, and d. May, 1839, having by her (who d. 1837) had, with 
other issue, a son, 

JOHN ARMSTRONG, of Mealiffe, J.P. and D.L., m. 1818, Catherine, 
dau. and heir of Thomas Somers, of Chaffpool, co. Sligo, and d. 
2 Dec. 1846, having by her (who d. 21 April, 1868) had issue, 

1. William, Capt. 47th Regt., m. Mathilde Rose, dau, of Count 
de la Brosse, and d. 7 March, 1849, having by her (who m. 2ndly, 
Thomas Armstrong) had a son, 

John, d. young. 

2. Thomas Somers, Lieut. 60 th Rifles, d. 7 June, 1847. 

3. Marcus, d. young. 

4. George de la Poer, of Mealiffe, d. unm. June, 1864. 

5. James Wood, of Chaffpool, co. Sligo, Capt. R.N., J.P. and ! 
D.L., High Sheriff 1873, b. 21 Nov. 1827 ; d. unm. 

6. EDWARD MARCUS, late of Mealiffe and Chaffpool. 

7. Francis Henry, b. 1836, d. unm. 

1. Elizabeth, d. unm. 2. Kathleen Eleanor, d. unm. 

The 6th son, 

EDWARD MARCUS ARMSTRONG, of Moyaliffe, Thurles, co. Tip- ; 
perary, J.P. and D.L., Hfgh Sheriff 1884, late Capt. ssth Regt., 
b. 20 Sept. 1829 ; m. 19 Oct. 1863, Frances, youngest dau. of 
Walter Steele, of Moynalty, co. Monaghan, by his wife Mary Sophia 
Jocelyn, and d.s.p. 29 March, 1899, when he was s. by his cousin. 



-Moyaliffe, Thurles ; and Chaffpool, Ballymote, co. 
Sligo. Club Kildare Street, Dublin. 



ARMSTRONG OF GARRY CASTLE. 

THOMAS ST. GEORGE ARMSTRONG, of Garry Castle, 
King's Co., Gentleman-in-waiting to H.M. the King 
of Portugal, Knight Commander of the Royal and 
Military Order of the Conception of Christ of Por- 
tugal ; Knight of St. John of Jerusalem (Malta) ; 
Knight of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, &c., &c., 
6. 26 Nov. 1838 ; m. 14 June, 1886, Maria do 
Carmen de Portugal de Faria, dau. of Viscount 
Augusto de Faria, and Maria de Portugal, related 
to the Royal House of Paz and de Godoy of Spain, 
and has issue, 

Maria Helena Justa. b. 9 April, 1887, m. Count Gouzaque d'Aymar 

de Chateaubriand. 

Lineage. ANDREW ARMSTRONG, b. 1732, 3rd son of ANDREW 
ARMSTRONG, Treasurer of the King's Co. (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
ARMSTRONG, Bt.), was an Officer in the i4th Regt., but being 
severely wounded at the siege of Louisberg, he retired from the 
army. He resided at Garry Castle, King's Co., and was County 
Treasurer and J.P. He m. 5 May, 1756, Elizabeth, only dau. 
of Capt. James Buchanan, of Craigavern and Dromakill, Scotland, 
of the family of that ilk, and by her (who d. ;i Sept. 1813, aged 72) 
had issue, 



1. Archibald, b..i Nov. 1763, Capt. in the E.I.C.S., d.s.p. 

2. Andrew, b. 20 Oct. 1764, Lieut. 54th Regt. ; m. 14 Jan. 1793 
Anne, dau. of Andrew Armstrong, of Gallen, and had issue, 



i. William Bigoe, b. 1801, dec. 2. John, d. -. 
i. Constancia Maria, d. 



2. Elizabeth, m. William Baillie Brett, and had issue. 

3. THOMAS ST. GEORGE, of Garry Castle. 

4. William Bigoe, of Bal Iver, King's Co., Treasurer of the 
co., b. 19 July, 1768 ; m. 1796, Jane Wilhelmina, only child 
of Gen. James Ferrier, R.E., and by her (who d. 16 April, 1829) 
had an only child, 

James Ferrier, of Bal Iver, Treasurer of the co., m. 14 Jan. 
1836, Honoria, dau. of John Fleming, M.P. of Stoneham 
Park, Hants, and d. 13 April, 1866, leaving an only son, 
William Bigoe, of Bal Iver, Treasurer of the co., m. 4 April, 
1866, Anna Maria de Courcy, 2nd dau. of James Freeman 
Hughes, of The Grove, Stillorgan, co. Dublin, and d.s.p. 
1890. 

5. James, b. 20 Aug. 1769, formerly Lieut. 46th Regt. and sub- 
sequently Paymaster 57th. He m. in the West Indies, and is 
deceased. 

6. Edmund, b. 10 Jan. 1772, Maj. in the E.I.C.S. ; m. Leonora 
Lucas, and d. in India 1809, having had one son and three daus., 

i. Andrew Bigoe, in the E.I.C.S., b. n June, 1802 ; killed in 

action in Burmah. 

i. Leonora, d. unm. 2. Mary Elizabeth. 

3. Catherine Rebecca. 

7. Bigoe Charles, b. 17 May, 1775, Capt. 57th Regt. : d. unm. 

1. Catherine Rebecca, m, 27 Jan. 1784, Hugh Conrahy, and had 
issue, 

2. Mary, m. 1792, Capt. William Grant, of the Clare Militia, son 
of James Grant, and had issue. 

3. Elizabeth, m. 1794, John Armstrong, Lieut. Royal Irish 
Artillery, of co. Fermanagh, and had issue. 

The 3rd son, 

THOMAS ST. GEORGE ARMSTRONG, of Garry Castle House, King's 
Co., High Sheriff 1809, b. 14 Nov. 1765 ; m. 14 Feb. 1792, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Thomas Priaulx, of the Island of Guernsey, of an ancient 
Norman family, and d. 1844, leaving issue, 

1. CAPTERET ANDREW, of Garry Castle. 

2. Thomas St. George, b. April, 1798 ; m. Donna Justa de Vil- 
lanueva, dau. of Don Pedro de Villanueva, a Castillian of noble 
descent, settled in Buenos Ayres, and d. 9 June, 1875, having 
by her (who d. 18 Jan. 1876) had issue, 

i. THOMAS ST. GEORGE, now of Garry Castle (by purchase 
from his cousin, Maj. Carteret A. Armstrong, 16 May, 1890).. 

1. Isabel, m. Don Frederico de Elortondo (dec.), of Buenos 
Ayres, and has issue, 

2. Emma. 3. Justa, d. unm. 24 April, 1888. 

4. Dolores, m. Mons. Enrique Dose, of Havre, and has issue. 

3. William Bigoe, b. 13 April, 1800; m. ist, Elizabeth Banko, 
and had by her three sons and two daus., 

1. CARTERET ANDREW, late of Garry Castle, late Capt. xoth 
Regt., J.P. for King's Co. and Maj. (retired) 3rd Batt. East 
Lancashire Regt., b. 25 Nov. 1838 ; m. 3 Sept. 1863, Ellen, 2nd 
dau. of the late Hugh Dawson, of Leyland and West Cliff, co. 
Lancaster, and d. 1893. She d.s.p. 9 April, 1904. 

2. Thomas St. George, b. 5 Feb. 1845 ; d. 20 Jan. 1875. 

3. John Le Merchant, b. s Feb. 1845 ; d. 18 Oct. 1883. 

1. Elizabeth Priaulx, m. Col. James Crawford. 

2. Justa Honoria Villanueva, m. Thomas A. White, of Bally 
brophy, Queen's Co. (see WHITE, of Charleville). 

Mr. W. B. Armstrong m. 2ndly, Katherine Temple, and d. 2 Oct. 
1866, having by her had two sons and one dau., 

4. William Bigoe. 5. Osmond de Beauvoir Priaulx. 

3. Isabel Elortondo. 

4. John Priaulx, of Claremont, b. 21 Jan. 1802, J.P. King's Co. ; 
m. 20 Nov. 1827, his cousin Emma, 6th dau. of the late Thomas 
Priaulx, of Montville House, Island of Guernsey, and d. 1879, 
leaving issue, 

1. Thomas Priaulx St. George, of Claremont, Banagher, 
King's Co., J.P., b. 28 March, 1833, Knt. of the Legion of 
Honour, late Maj. 4gth Regt., served in that Regt. through- 
out the Crimea ; m. 31 Oct. 1860, Elizabeth Mary, dau. of 
the late Robert James Graves, F.R.S., of Cloghan Castle, 
King's Co., and by her (who d. 1892) has issue, 

(1) John Priaulx, late Ceylon Civil Service, Superintendent 
of Police (retired), b. 10 Dec. 1866. 

(2) Reginald Graves, J.P., co. Wicklow, F.R.S.I.. b. 20 April. 
1868. 

(3) James St. George Priaulx, Hon. Major in the Army, 
late Major Imp. Yeomanry, served in the Matabele War 1896 
(medal), Mashonaland 1897 (clasp), Bechuanaland, &c. 
(medal and clasp), throughout South African War with the 
Imp. Yeomanry 1900-02 (Queen's medal, three clasps ; 
King's medal, two clasps), mentioned in Despatches and 
granted Hon. rank of Major in the Army, b. 13 Oct. 1873. 

(1) Olivia Graves Priaulx. 

(2) Anna Louisa, who d. 1885. 

2. John Priaulx, b. 8 June, 1836 ; d. unm. 25 May, 1901. 

3. James St. George, Capt. 22nd Regt., b. 4 July, 1838 ; d. 
28 July, 1872. 

4. Edmond Ireland (Rev.), b. 14 Aug. 1841 ; m. ist, Miss 
Robinson, and 2ndly, Mary Ormsby, and by his ist wife had 
a dau., 

Emma. 

5. Andrew Carteret, b. n March, 1845. 

r. Anna Louisa, b. i Aug. 1829 ; d. 10 Aug. 1850. 
The eldest son, 

CARTERET ANDREW ARMSTRONG, of Garry Castle, Barrister-at- 
Law, b. 19 May, 1797 ; d. unm. 7 April, 1869, having devised his 
property to his nephew, MAJ. CARTERET ANDREW ARMSTRONG, 
who sold Garry Castle to his cousin, 16 May, 1890. 

Seat Garry Castle House, Banagher, King's Co. Residence 
32, Rue de Monceau, Paris. 



IRELAND. 



Athy. 




ARTHUR OF GLANOMERA. 

CHARLES WILLIAM 
AUGUSTUS ARTHUR, of 
Glanomera, co. Clare, 
Capt. City of Limerick 
Art., b. 24 Sept. 1882 ; 
s. his father 1888 ; m. 
1904, Rose Violet, 3rd 
dau. of the late John 
Joseph Roche-Kelly, of 
Rockstown Ca.stle and 
Islandmore, co. Limer- 
ick, and has had issue, 

Charles Augustus, 6. n July; 

d. 5 Aug. 1905. 

Lineage. The ARTHURS 
are stated to have been 
originally " Artureighs," and 
to derive their descent from a 
common ancestor with the 
O'Briens, viz., Cormac Cas, 
King of Munster. The name, it is further asseited, was 
anglicised, in common with many others, on the invasion of 
Ireland by HENRY II, who is stated to have conferred honours 
and grants of land on one of that name in 1178. In the 
records of Limerick, the name of ARTHUR frequently occurs from 
the earliest period down to the time of CHARLES I, when the family 
estates in the county of Limerick were confiscated by OLIVER 
CROMWELL for loyalty to the royal cause. The Arthurs then 
removed to the co. Clare, and became seated at Glanomera. On 
the municipal role of the city of Limerick are given the names of 
no less than 48 Arthurs as Mayors, &c., of that city. From John 
Arthur, who was Mayor of Limerick in 1340, and Sir Dominick 
Arthur, also Mayor of the city, we pass to Sir Nicholas Arthur, 
Knt, Mayor in 1591, who also represented the city in Parliament. 
Thomas Arthur was Bishop of Limerick in 1470, and Richard 
Arthur was Roman Catholic Bishop in 1643. Rev. Geoffrey Arthur, 
of the Church of Rome, Treasurer of the cathedral of Limerick, 
d. 1519, and was buried there, where his monument, with a curious 
Latin inscription, may still be seen. Edward Arthur was M.P. 
for the city of Limerick 1559, and Thomas Arthur 1585. 

THOMAS ARTHUR, of Glanomera, son of Piers Arthur, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. and heiress of Thomas Arthur, of Glanomera, repre- 
sentative of this ancient house, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. John 
Butler, heiress of the BUTLERS of Kilmoyler, co. Tipperary, 
descended from Hon. Piers Butler, 7th son of James ; gth Earl of 
Ormonde, by his wife Joan, dau. and heiress of nth Earl of 
Desmond, and was father of 

THOMAS ARTHUR, of Glanomera, who m. Nov. 1766, Lucy, 4th dau. 
of Sir Edward O'Brien Bart., of Drompland, and left by her at his 
decease, 1803 (with a dau. Mary, m. Richard Henn, of Paradise, co. 
Clare), an only son and successor, 

THOMAS ARTHUR, of Glanomera, D.L.. 6. April, 1778 ; m. 10 April, 
1803, Harriet 2nd dau. and co-heir (with her only sister, Charlotte, 
wife of Sir Edward O'Brien, Bart., of Dromoland) of William Smith, 
of Cahirmoyle, co. Limerick, and had (with nine dans, all deceased) 
seven sons, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. ' 

2. William Smith, b. 13 June, 1809 ; m. 1830, Caroline Sydney, 
eldest dau. of Frederick Saintbury Parker, of Saintbury, co. 
Dublin, and d.s.p. March, 1840. 

3. Lucius (Rev.), heir to his brother. 

4. EDWARD, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 7 Jan. 1817 ; d.s.p. 6 Aug. 1853. 

5. Richard Augustus, J.P. co. Clare, 6. 27 Aug. 1819 ; m. 13 Aug. 
1885, Augusta, eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. George Dean-Pitt, 
C.B., Keeper of the Crown Jewels. He d.s.p. 29 March, 1902. 

6. Henry (Rev.), Canon of Ferns, Diocese of Ossory, b. 12 Nov. 
1820 ; m. 13 April, 1847, Ellen, 2nd dau. of Henry Joy Tombe, 
and d.s.p. 

7. Frederick Brian Boru (Rev.), b. 12 Sept. 1822 ; d. unm. 19 
Jan. 1870. 

Mr. Arthur d. 6 May, 1845, and was s. by his eldest son, 
THOMAS ARTHUR, of Glanomera, b. 10 Sept. 1806 ; educated at 

Eton and Christ Church College, Oxford, who d. unm. 12 Sept. 

1884, and was s. by his brother, 
REV. Lucius ARTHUR, of Glanomera, educated at Harrow and 

Trin. Coll. Camb., 6. 31 July, 1810 ; m. 21 April, 1840, Caroline 

Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John Haycock Jervis, of Moseley, 

co. Warwick, and Eliza, his wife, and d.' 4 Jan. 1887, having by 

her (who d. i April, 1869) had issue, 

1. THOMAS Lucius JERVIS, late of Glanomera. 

2. Edward Henry Frederick, d. an infant. 

3. Charles William Augustus. Capt. 6sth Regt., 6. 20 April, 
1851 ; d. unm. at Morar, Bengal, 9 March, 1882. 

1. Harriet Elizabeth Augusta, m. 26 April, 1871, Richard Perceval 
Fry, late H.M. Ind. Navy, who d.s.p. 6 Nov. 1892. 

2. Ellen Lucy Julia, m. '2 Feb. 1893, George Stevenson, late of 
Tor House, Matlock. 

3. Maria Anne Florence, d. unm. 31 July, 1878. 

4. Charlotte Katherine Susan. 

5. Grace Caroline Frances, m. 6 Nov. 1889, Rev. Frederick 
James Johnston-Smith, LL.D, 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS Lucius JERVIS ARTHUR, of Glanomera, J.P. co. Clare, 
formerly Lieut. Durham Fusiliers, and Capt. 6th R. V. Regt., 
b. 30 June, 1847; m. 28 April, 1881, Constance Helen, dau. of 



William Steele Studdert, of Clonboy, co. Clare, by Constance his 
wife, dau. of Robert George Massy (see BURKE'S Peerage, MASSY, B.), 
and d. 1888, having by her (who m. 2ndly, 1894, the late William 
Paumier Ball, Barrister-at-Law, son of Right Hon. J. T. Ball, 
P.C., and d. 17 June, 1902) had issue. 

1. CHARLES WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, now of Glanomera. 

2. Desmond Phelps Pery Lucius Studdert, b. 31 March, 1884. 
Arms Gu., a chevron arg. between three rests (or clarions) or, 

quartering BUTLER and FITZGERALD, Earls of Desmond, with 
numerous other quarter ings. Crest A falcon rising ppr. jessed 
and belled or. Motto Impelle obstantia. 

Seats Glanomera, O'Brien's Bridge, and Corracloon- Arthur, 
co. Clare. 



BERESFORD-ASH OF ASHBROOK. 

COLONEL WILLIAM 
RANDAL HAMILTON 
BERESFORD - ASH, of 
Ashbrook, co. Lon- 
donderry, D.L., late 
Royal Welsh Fus., b. 19 
July, 1859 ; m. 23 Oct. 
1886, Lady Florence 
Marion Browne, dau. 
of 5th Marquis of 
Sligo (see BURKE'S 
Peerage), and has issue, 

DOUGLAS, b. 8 Sept. 1887, 

Lieut. Royal Fusiliers. 

Colonel Beresford-Ash 
is the eldest son of 
JOHN BARR& BERES- 
FORD, of Learmount, 
co. Londonderry (who d. 30 Aug. 1895), D Y Caroline, 
his 2nd wife (who d. 13 Jan. 1901), only child of 
William Hamilton Ash, D.L., of Ashbrook, co. 
Londonderry (by Lady Elizabeth Emma Douglas, 
his wife, who d. 2 Feb. 1857, sister of i/th Earl 
of Morton) and granddau. of William Hamilton 
Ash, of Ashbrook (who assumed the name of 
ASH, and d. 29 May, 1821), son of William Hamilton 
and Jane, his wife, dau. of George Ash and sister 
and heir of George Ash, of Ashbrook. He assumed 
the additional name and arms of ASH by Royal 
Licence, 26 June, 1901. The late John Barre 
Beresford, of Learmount, was grandson of the 
Right Hon. John Beresford, 2nd son of Marcus 
ist Earl of Tyrone (see BURKE'S Peerage, WATER- 
FORD, MS). 

J-iineagre. See BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD, M. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th arg. two chevronels gu. in the 
dexter chief a trefoil slipped vert (Asn) : 2nd and 3rd quarterly i 
and 4 arg. crusilly fitchee three fleurs-de-lys, a bordure engrailed 
sa. (BERESFORD) 2 and 3 arg. a chief indented sa. (DE LA POER 




a crescent for difference. Crests i. A squirrel sejant ppr., holding 
in its paws a trefoil slipped vert (Asn). 2. A dragon's head 
erased vert pierced through the neck with a broken tilting spear 



the point thrust through the lower jaw all ppr., a crescent cr for 
Motto Nil nisi cruce. 



difference (BERESFORD). 

Seat Ashbrook, Londonderry. 



Club Naval and Military. 



ATHY OF RENVILL.E. 

EDMOND JOSEPH 
PHILIP LYNCH-ATHY, 
of Renville, co. Gal- 
way, J.P., late Capt. 
GalwayArtillery, High 
Sheriff for co. Galway 
1904, b. 2 June, 1859 ; 
m. 26 Oct. 1881, 
Annette Frances, 

younger dau. of 
Richard Gradwell, of 
Dowth Hall, co. Meath, 
and Carlanstown, co. 
Westmeath, J.P. (see 
that family], and has 
issue, 

MURIEL PAULINE AN - 

NETTE. 

Lineage. EDMOND ATHY, of Galway, m. Margaret, dau. of 
Stephen Lynch, of Galway, and by her had a son, 




Atkinson. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



16 



ANDREW ATHY, of Beleek, co. Mayo, Capt. in the Army of JAMES 
II m. Anastacia, dau. of Dominick Joyce, of Galway, and Maude 
his wife, dau. of Marcus Lynch, of Galway. They had issue a son, 

EDMOND ATHY, of Galway, m. Margaret, dau. and heir of Philip 
Lynch, of Renville, co. Galway (and Sarah his wife, dau. of Oliver 
Ormsby, of Castle Clough, co. Galway), and grand-dau. of Philip 
Lynch, of Renville, co. Galway, and Margaret, his wife, dau. of 
George Baynham, of Bristol. They had issue, 

1. PHILIP LYNCH, his heir. 2. John. 

3. Oliver, m. a dau. of John Skerrett, of Ballinduff. 

4. Christopher. 5. Edmond. 

1. Sarah. 

2. Jane, m. John Moore, of Ashbrook, co. Mayo, and had issue 
(see MOORE of Moore Hall). 

The eldest son, 

PHILIP LYNCH ATHY, of Renville, m. Eleanor French, of a family 
of one of the Tribes of Galway, and had issue, 

1. EDMOND LYNCH, his heir. 2. Andrew. 

1. Katherine. 2. Jane. 

Mr. Athy, whose will is dated 21 June, 17741 was s. by his eldest 

S EDMOND LYNCH ATHY, of Renville, m. 6 Feb. 1777, the dau. of 
Peter Nottingham, of Fairfield, cp. Galway, and had, 

PHILIP EDMOND LYNCH, his heir. 

Eleanor, m. E. Taaffe. 
Mr. Athy, whose will is dated 4 July, 1808, was $. by his son, 

PHILIP EDMOND LYNCH ATHY, of Renville, m. 16 Dec. 1809, 
Bridget, dau. of Randle MacDonnell, of Fairfield House, Dublin, 
and had (with other issue deceased), 

1. RANDAL EDMOND LYNCH, his heir. 

2. Myles (Rev.), a priest of the Order of St. Benedict, d. Oct. 1892. 
1. Katherine. 

Mr. Athy d. 18 May, 1840, and was s. by his son, 

RANDAL EDMOND LYNCH ATHY, of Renville, b. 1814 ; m. 27 April, 
1858, Margaret, dau. of William Hill Buckle, i4th Regt., of Chaceley, 
co. Worcester. She d. 31 March, 1891. He d. 10 April, 1875, 
leaving issue, 

EDMOND JOSEPH PHILIP LYNCH, now of Renville. 

Mary Elizabeth, m. 28 April, 1889, Frederick Hounsell, and has 

issue, Randle, b. i March, 1890. 

Arms Chequy gu. and arg., on a chevron of the ist three 
cstoiles or. 

Seat Renville, Oranmore co., Galway. Club United Service. 



ATKINSON OF CANGORT. 

GUY MONTAGUE 
ATKINSON, of Can- 
gort, King's Co., b. 
30 March, 1882 ; s. 
his father, 1890. 

Lineage. LIEUT. AN- 
THONY ATKINSON, of the 
Island of Kiltobrett, King's 
Co., who made his will 
10 May, 1626, left issue by 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Bathe, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom pre- 
sently. 

2. John. 8. George. 
4. Thomas. 

1. Mary. 2. Frances. 

3. Elizabeth. 

4. Jane. 5. Margaret. 
6. Anne. 

WILLIAM ATKINSON, of 
Cangort, b. 1613 ; m. Anne, 
dau. of Bartholomew Pelsley, of Punchestown, co. Kildare, who had 
interest in the lands of Kilbalyminkin, co. Tipperary, and by her 
has issue, one son and a dau., 

1. ANTHONY, of whom next. 

1. A dau., m. Thomas Newcomen. 

ANTHONY ATKINSON, of Cangort, m. Anne, dau. of Sir Robert 
Newcomen and Anna Bullen his wife, and by her (who m. andly 
1664, Wm. Tynte (see TYNTE of Tynte Park), and srdly, Wm. Digby, 
of Newtown, King's Co.), had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2; Newcomen, ancestor of Atkinson, of Millvale, whose descent 

is given below. 

3. Charles, d. unm. 1686. 

1. Frances, m. Thomas, son of Henry L'Estrange, of Moystown, 

King's Co. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM ATKINSON, of Cangort, m. Anne, dau. of William 
Hamilton, grand-dau. of Sir Francis Hamilton, Bart., of Killes- 
handra, co. Cavan. He d. 1684, having had issue by his wife 
(who m. andly Blake, and srdly Major Marcus French, of Rahas- 
san), 

1. ANTHONY, his heir. 2. William. 

The elder son, 

ANTHONY ATKINSON, of Cangort, M.P. for St. Johnstown 1711-13 
and for Belfast 1713-14 ; m. 1709, Mary, dau. of Admiral John 
Guy, of Greenwich, Kent (celebrated for having relieved Derry 
by breaking the boom), and d. Dec. 1743, having had, with other 
ssue, 

1. William, Barrister-at-Law, d.v.p. 




2. GUY, of whom next. 

3. Anthony, of Headfield, King's Co., d.s.p. 

4. Charles, m. Mary, dau. of Robert Saunderson, of Clover Hill, 
co. Cavan, and had a son (see ATKINSON of Ashley Park). 

5. Newcomen. 

1. Anne, m. Francis Saunderson, of Castle Saunderson, co. Cavan 
(see that family). 

2. Frances, m. (setts, dated 30 March, 1749) Nathaniel Robbins 
of Hymanstown, co. Tipperary, and had issue. 

3. Harriet, m. 2 Sept. 1749, Robert Saunderson. 

4. Jane, m. Armstrong. 

5. Frances, m. 1749, Nathaniel Robbins, of Hymeastown, co. 
Tipperary. 

6. Catherine, m. George Fraser, of Cuba, King's Co. 
1. Harriet. 

HU eldest surviving son, 

REV. GUY ATKINSON, of Cangort, Rector of Aghoghill, co. Antrim, 
and Vicar of Trim, who m. ist, 1747, Jane, dau. of Charles Maule, 
and niece of Henry, Bishop of Meath, and had by her an only 
child, Anthony, who d.s.p. He m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of Jackson 
Wray, of co. Donegal, and d. 1794, having had by her, 

1. Hugh, who d. in India. 

2. Guy, an Officer in the Navy, blown up by the explosion of a 
ship on fire. 

3. JACKSON WRAY, of whom presently. 

4. Charles (Rev.), Rector of Creggan, co. Armagh, m. Thomasine, 
dau. of the Rev. Samuel Downing, of co. Londonderry, and 
had a dau., who m. Arthur Hill Read, of Donnybrook, co. 
Tipperary, and had issue. 

5. George, m. Leonora, dau. of Jackson Wray, of Brentford, co. 
Antrim, and assumed, by Royal Licence, the surname and arms of 
WRAY. Their 3rd son, George Cecil Gore Wray, of Monasterevan 
and Ardnamara, co. Donegal, m. 1844, Charlotte dau. of Col. 
Charles Douglas Waller, R.A. 

1. Maria, m. George R. Golding. 
The 3rd son, 

JACKSON WRAY ATKINSON, of Cangort, Lieut.-Col. of the King's 
Co. Militia, High Sheriff King's Co. 1803, b. 1766 ; m. 1794, Sarah, 
dau. of Richard Caddell, of Downpatrick, and had issue, 

1. GUY, his heir. 

2. Henry, b. July, 1806 ; m. g April, 1839, Elizabeth Jane, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. William Brownlow Savage, Rector of Shinrone, 
King's Co., and had issue, 

1. Charles, b. 23 Dec. 1842. 

2. John Lavallin Savage, b. 4 March, 1846. 

3. Guy, b. 9 April, 1848 ; d. 14 April, 1852. 

4. William Henry, b. 4 Feb. 1850. 

5. William Brownlow Savage, b. 20 March, 1851 ; d. 20 March, 
1872. 

1. Elizabeth Barbara, m. 13 Sept. 1859, Edward Kerry Supple. 

2. Sarah Anne. 3. Catherine Sophia. 

4. Caroline Frances Stewart. 5. Ida Anna Margaret. 

3. Charles, an Officer loth Native Cavalry E.I.C.S., d. in India 
from the bite of a snake, 1840. 

4. Richard, of Gortmore, Dundrum, b. 6 Oct. '1818 ; m. 14 Oct 
1840, Mary Jane Elisabeth, dau. of Capt. George R. Golding, 
of Lime Park, co. Tyrone, and Georgina his wife, dau. of Rev. 
Travers Hume, D.D., Vicar of Arden, and d. 18 July, 1871, 
having by her (who d. 18 June, 1886) had issue, 

1. Guy Travers, b. 18 June, d. 30 Oct. 1843. 

2. Richard Gustavus, b. 5 May, d. 10 Oct. 1850. 

3. Edward Dupre (Rev.), LL.B., of Gortmore, Dundrum, co. 
Dublin, Archdeacon of Dromore, and Rector of Donaghcloney, 
co. Down, b. 2 Feb. 1855 ', m. x o Oct. 1878, Katherine Elisabeth, 
eldest dau. of Major-Gen. Edmund L'Estrange, of Kilcummin, 
King's Co., and Dora his wife, 3rd dau. of Rev. John Colthurst, 
Rector of Bovevagh, co. Derry, and has issue, 

(1) Richard Guy, b. 21 Aug. 1879. 

(2) Edward Arthur, b. 30 Nov. 1885. 
(i) Dora Georgiana, b. 28 March, 1882. 



(2) Mary Kathleen, b. 30 Nov. 1885. 
Emily Saida, b. 3 July, 1888. 



(3) 



1. Georgiana, b. 28 Sept. 1841. 

2. Sarah Maria, b. 31 Jan. 1845. 

3. Alicia Emily, b. 18 Feb. 1847 ; d. 4 Feb. 1848. 

4. Katherine Mabel, b. 25 Ausr. 1857 ; m. 13 April, 1875, Rev. 
Robert Baker Stoney, D.D., Treasurer of Ch. Ch. Cathedral, 
Dublin, and Vicar of Holy Trinity, Killiney, and has issue (see 
BUTLER-STONEY of Portland Park). 

5. Emmeline Caroline, b. 18 Sept. 1859 ; m. 1896, Alfred St. 
George Hamilton, of Cluan na Greina, Foxrock, co. Dublin. 

6. Mary Jane, b. 10 Aug. 1861 ; d. 24 Oct. 1874. 
1. Sarah. 2. Maria. 

3. Mabella Jane. 

4. Caroline Steuart, m. William L'Estrange, of Kilcummin. 

5. Emily Rebecca. 6. Harriet Anne. 

Col. Atkinson d. 14 Aug. 1846, and was s. by his eldest son, 

GUY ATKINSON, of Cangort, J.P., High Sheriff King's Co. 1846, 
b. 14 July, 1800 ; m. 24. Oct. 1839, Anne Margaret, 2nd dau. of 
William Trench, of Cangort Park, brother of the ist Lord Ashtown, 
and had issue, 

1. Charles, d. an infant at Rome, 1841. 

2. GUY NEWCOMEN, of Cangort. 

3. William Henry, b. 28 Aug. 1848 ; m. 1877, Anna, dau. of 
Lewis Moore, of Cremorgan, and has issue, 

Guy Hamilton, m. 18 Feb. 1909, Sybil Gertrude, dau. of Rev. 
Canon Homan. 

4. Richard Frederick, 67th Regt., b. n Dec. 1849. 

1. Sarah Harriet, m. n May, 1865, George Arthur Waller, eldest 
son of W.T. Waller, of Prior Park (see that family). 

2. Emily, m. 4 Oct. 1865, George A. Western. 



IRELAND. 



Atkinson. 



3. Caroline Sophia, m. 14 Dec. 1869, Lieut. -Col. James Halifax 

Western, C.M.G., Royal Engineers, and has issue. 
Mr. Atkinson d. 1859, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

GUY NEWCOMEN ATKINSON, of Cangort, b. 4 Jan. 1847, J.P., 
Lieut.-Col. 85th Light Infantry ;. m. 19 July, 1877, Frances Eliza- 
beth, only dau. of the Hon. Laurence Harman King-Harraan, of 
Rockingham, co. Roscommon (see BURKE'S Peerage, KINGSTON, E.), 
and d. 10 Feb. iSgo, having had issue, 

1. Guy Edward, b. 10 Dec. 1878 ; d. 24 May, 1879. 

2. GUY MONTAGUE, now of Cangort. 

3. Gerald Nevvcomen, b. to March, 1884. 

1 Helen Mary, b. 30 Sept. 1880 ; m. 5 Sept. 1908, Capt. Robert 
William Hare, D.S.O., Norfolk Regt., only son of Robert Dillon 
Hare, of Ballymore, co. Cork (see BURKE'S Peerage, LISTOWEL, E.). I 
Arms Or, an eagle displayed, with two heads, az., beaked and 1 

legged gu. ; in chief, a rose of the last, seeded gold between two 

martlets sa. Crest An eagle displayed with two heads az., beaked 

and legged gu. Motto Deo et regi fidelis. 

Seat C^ngort, Shinrone, King's Co. Residence Quarry House, ; 

Shrewsbury. 



ATKINSON OF BALLYNEWRY. 

The and son of Anthony Atkinson, of Cangort, and Anne New- 
comen (see above) was, 

CAPT. NEWCOMEN ATKINSON m. L'Estrange, and had issue. 

GEORGE ATKINSON, of Dundalk, b. circa 1700; d. 1784; m. 
Margaret Foster, and had issue, 

1. JAMES, of whom presently. 

2. David, of Cliannon Rock, Mount Rush, and Corderry, co. 
Louth, J.P. and D.L. co. Louth, b. 1734; d. 24 March, 1816 ; 
in. Hannah (b. in 1731 ; d. 9 July, 1815), dau. of Dudley Trueman, 
and had issue, 

1. George, m. Rogers. 

2. David, Capt. in the Louth Mil., b. 1769 ; d. at Mill Vale, 
2 Aug. 1807 ; bur. at Dundalk ; m. Anne, dau. of Benjamin 
Bell, of Ballynewry, Barrister-at-Law, and had issue, 

(1) Benjamin, of Ballynewry, b. circa 1790 ; d. 1876 ; m. ist, 

(b. 1798 ; d. 8 March, 1824), dau. of Byrne, of 
Lurgan, and by her had issue, 
i. David, d.s.p. in America. 

1. Anne Jane, m. 23 June, 1834, Thomas Ross. 

2. Eliza, m. 16 Sept. 1837, Robert Finlay. 

3. Mary, m. 5 Nov. 1836, John Fleming, of the Hill, 
Monaghan. 

4. Julia, m. Godfrey Ball. 

Benjamin m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of John MacCormac, of 
Belfast, and by her had further issue, 

2. John, of Ballynewry, b. July, 1827; d. 31 Jan. 1888; 
m. 2 June, 1870, Mary, only dau. of Samuel McClintock, 
of Granshaw Lodge, Londonderry, and had issue, 

Ben, of Ballynewry, co. Armagh, Major R.H.A., 
b. 9 Jan. 1872 ; m. i Jan. 1903, Letitia Janet Emily, 
only dau. of E. K. Norman, of Mistley Lodge, Manning- 
tree, and has issue, 

John Edward Acheson, b. 6 March, 1909. 

Rosalind Mary, b. 5 Nov. 1904. 

3. Henry, d.s.p. in America. 

4. George Grindall, Lieut, in the Armagh Mil., d.s.p. 

5. William MacCormac, Lieut, in the Armagh Mil., d.s.p. 

5. Hannah Trueman, m. ist, 10 June, 1857, her cousin, 
William John Henry Upton, of Carrickfergus ; 2ndly 
Martin Bourke, of Quinboro', co. Limerick. 

6. Dorothea, d.s.p. 7. Adelaide, d.s.p. 

(2) George Grindall, of Corderry, b. 1801 ; d. 15 Aug 1855. 

(3) David, d. unm. (4) James, d. unm. 

(1) Hannah Julia, m. her cousin David Smith, of Clonooney, 
Clones, J.P. for co. Monaghan (q.v.i.), and has issue. 

(2) Elizabeth, m. ist, Henry Upton, of Ballinabirna, co. 
Limerick, and had issue. She m. 2ndly, her cousin, James 
Robinson, of Burleigh Hall, co. Antrim. 

3. James, b. 1772 ; d. i Feb. 1832 ; m. Butler, and had with 
other issue, 

Hannah (eld. dau.), m. 31 Jan. 1828, Haden Smith, of Newry, 

4. Thomas. 

i. Mary, m. Henry Smith, of Channon Rock, and had issue, 
David, of Clonooney, Clones, J.P. for co. Monaghan, m. his 
ist cousin, Hannah Julia Atkinson (see above). 

3. John, of Dundalk, m. Jane Eastwood, and had issue, 
Jane, m. 16 July, 1822, Robert Murphy, of Castletown. 

4. George, b. 1750 ; d. unm. 22 Dec. 1821. 

1. Elizabeth, m. John Foster (d. before 3 July, 1782), of Skyhill, 
and had issue. 

2. Margaret, m. George Twibill, and had issue. 

3. Anne, m. John BailLe. 4. Mary, d. unm. 1779. 

5. Dorothea, d. unm. 1803. 
The eldest son, 

JAMES ATKINSON, of Newry, and of Mill Vale, b. 1730 ; d. 3 Dec. 
1815 ; TO. i Feb. 1757, Alice (d. before 1804), youngest dau. of 
Robert Gordon, of Newry, and had issue, 

1. GEORGE, of whom presently. 

2. Robert, b. 1763 ; d. 4 Sept. 1766. 

3. James, of Newry, b. 19 Aug. 1766 ; d. 1805 ; m. u May, 1791, 
Hannah, dau. of William Barrett (cousin of Lord Carlton), of 
Castle Blake, co. Tipperary, and Mary his wife, and had issue, 

i. Robert Gordon, Lieut, of Marines, b. 20 March, 1792 ; d. unm. 
4 Dec. 1820, killed in action in the attack made on the North 
Fort of Mocha, in the Mediterranean. 
I.L.G. 



2. William, an officer in the Spanish Army, b. 16 May, 1793; 
d. unm. 

3. John, of Benburb, 6. 12 March, 1799 ; d. 22 March, 1834; 
m. 14 Dec. 1831, Isabella Eliza, dau. of MajorFrood, of Dundalk, 
and had issue, 

(i) James, b. 3 Feb. 1833. ( 2 ) John, b. 28 March, 1834. 

Isabella Eliza Atkinson (otherwise Frood) m. 2ndly, her former 
husband's first cousin, Rev. Robert Gordon Atkinson (see 
above). 

i. Maria, b. 1795 ; m. ist, James Wallace, of Liverpool, 
Merchant, and had issue, three daus. 

Maria Wallace (formerly Atkinson) m. 2ndly, William Bracken- 
bury, of Aswardby, co. Lincoln, an officer in the 6ist Foot, and 
by him had issue, 

(1) William, d. unm. 

(2) Richard, Capt. 6ist Foot, d. unm. 

(3) Charles Booth, Major-Gen. R.A., b. 7 Nov. 1831 ; d. 
20 June, 1890 ; m. 1854, H Ida, dau. of the Hon. Archibald 
Campbell and Agnes his wife, and had issue. 

(4) Sir Henry, Lieut.-Gen., K.C.B., K.C.S.I., R.A., m. 
CEmilia, relict of Morley, dau. of Henry Halswell, of 
Kensington Gate, retired Judge of Zealand and J.P. for co. 
Middlesex. 

i. Catherine, m. William Nevin Wallace, of Downpatrick 
J.P. and D L., and d. leaving a dau., Maria Wallace. 

(2) Jemima, d. unm. (3) Hannah Maria. 
(4) Henrietta. 

2. Alicia, b. 14 April ; d. 15 Sept. 1792. 

3. Alicia, b. 7 Sept. 1800; d. 10 Feb. 1879 ', l822 David, 
eld. surv. son of James Bell, of Newry, and had issue, 

(i) James, d. unm. (2) James, d.unm. 29 April, 1863. 

(3) John Gordon, d. unm. 18 May, 1829. 

(4) Samuel, d. in 1887 ; m. Louisa Ruthven, and had issue, 
Ethel Alice Ruthven. Maude Mary Kuthven. 

(i) Anne. (2) Anne Gordon. 

(3) Catherine. 

(4) Fanny Johnston, m. 12 April, 1856, Ernest Randolph 
Mackesy, Major 97th Foot, and had issue. 

(5) Alicia Hannah Maria. (6) Mary Hervey. 
(7) Rebekah Hartford. 

4. Anne, b. 28 Feb. 1802. 

5. Sarah, b. 9 June, 1805 ; m. 5 Dec. 1826, Samuel Alexander 
of Dundalk. 

1. Alicia, of Newry, b. 21 Feb. 1761, d. unm. 20 March, 1836. 

2. Margaret, b. 9 Feb* 1765 ; d. unm. 27 April, 1777- 
The eldest son, 

GEORGE ATKINSON, J.P., of Mill Vale, b. 15 Nov. 1758, d. 17 
May, 1820 ; m. 12 July, 1804, Anne Wallace (d. 6 Oct. 1827) ; dau. 
of Robert Baillie, and had issue, 

Rev. Robert Gordon, b. 5 Feb. 1807 ; d. 12 July, 1865 ; in. 

5 May, 1841, Isabella Eliza (d. 3 July, 1864), dau. of Major Frood, 

of Dundalk, and relict of John Atkinson, of Benburb, and had 

issue, 

i. George (St. Lawrence Road, Clontarf, co. Dublin), b. 1842. 

1. Isabella Eliza, b. 3 March, 1844 ; d. 27 March, 1890 ; m. 
24 Aug. 1882, Rev. John Gaggin (d. 14 Dec. 1894), Rector of 
New Chapel, Clonmell, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

Isabella Jane, b. 1883 ; d. unm. 29 July, 1901. 

2. Isabella, b. at Mill Vale, i June, 1808; d. 22 Jan. 1858 ; 
m. 4 Aug. 1832, Rev. Charles Crossle (see above). 



BIGGS-ATKINSON OF ASHLEY PARK. 

MRS. ALICE MARJORY BIGGS-ATKINSON, of 
Ashley Park, 2nd dau. of the late James Netterville 
Atkinson, of Ashley Park, m. 1903, Thomas Bateson 
Biggs, Solicitor, Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Regt. 
(see below), who adopted the additional surname of 
Atkinson by Deed Poll, 18 Nov. 1903. 

Lineage. CHARLES ATKINSON, younger son of Anthony 
Atkinson, of Cangort (see that family), m. Mary, dau. of Robert 
Saunderson, of Clover Hill, co. Cavan, and had a son, 

ANTHONY ATKINSON, m. Catharine, dau. of Dominick Blake, 
of Castlegrove, co. Galway, by Frances his wife, dau. of Nicholas, 
5th Viscount Netterville, and d. 1815, having had issue, 

1. James. 2. Charles. 

3. GEORGE GUY, of whom presently. 

1. Charlotte, d. unm. 
The 3rd son, 

GEORGE GUY ATKINSON, of Ashley Park, J.P., b. 1799; m. 
Bridget, dau. of P. Murphy, Rahone, co. Tipperary, and d. 30 July, 
1872, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of Derryharan, King's Co., m. ist, 1874, Anna, dau. of 
Rev. J. C. Walker, Rector of Ballinasloe, and by her (who d. 
2 Dec. 1892) has issue, 

i. Guy Netterville. 

i. Anna. 2. Bridget, d. unm. 1901. 

He m. 2ndly, 2 June, 1894, Ethel Maud, dau. of the late Richard 
Beasley, of Old Grange, co. Kildare. He d. 1901. 

2. George, M.D., d. unm. in the Afghan War, 1880. 

3. JAMES NETTERVILLE, late of Ashley Park. 
The 3rd son, 

.MES NE 
High Sheriff 1892, B.A. Trin 



JAMES NETTERVILLE ATKINSON, of Ashley Park, co. Tipperary. 
J.P., High Sheriff 1892, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 1863, b. I March, 
1843 J w. 30 Sept. 1875, Margaret Teresa, dau. of William B. 
Smithwick, J.P., Youghal House, Nenagh, and d. 22 May, 1893. 
leaving three daus., 

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1. GUSTAVA MARY. 

2. ALICE MARJORY, now of Ashley Park. 

3. KATHLEEN ANNA. 

Seat Ashley Park, near Nenagh. 

FAMILY OF BIGGS. 

GEORGE BIGGS, of Santa Cruz, co. Tipperary, and subsequently 
of Bellevue, who was of the same family as Richard Biggs, of Castle 
Biggs, High Sheriff of co. Tipperary 1777 (who a.s.p. 1795, having 
devised his estates to his nephew, Wm. Ledger, afterwards Biggs), 
had an only son, 

THOMAS BIGGS, of Bellevue, co. Tipperary, J.P., m. his cousin 
Elizabeth Biggs, and d. 1795, leaving issue, 

1. GEORGE WASHINGTON, his heir. 2. Benjamin. 

3. Thomas. 

1. Mary. 
The eldest son, 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BIGGS, of Bellevue, b. 1783 ; m. 1807, 
Anne, dau. of Samuel Dickson, of Ballinguile, co. Limerick, and d. 
1844, having by her (who d. 1860) had issue, 

1. THOMAS, who s. to Bellevue. 

2. SAMUEL DICKSON, of whom hereafter. 

3. George Washington, Rev., d. unm. 1908. 

4. Stephen Dickson, d. 8 April, 1910. 

1. Mary. 2. Elizabeth. 

3. Catherine. 4. Anne. 

5. Georgina. 

6. Helena, m. John Parker, of Brookfield, co. Tipperary. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BIGGS, of Bellevue, b. 1815 ; d. unm. 1844, a few months 
after his father's decease, and was s. by his next brother, 

SAMUEL DICKSON BIGGS, of Bellevue, b. 1817 ; m. 1870, Elizabeth 
Goodwin, step-dau. of William Johnston, and d. 1904, leaving issue, 

1. GEORGE, now of Bellevue. 2. William Johnston. 

3. Samuel Dickson. 

4. Thomas Bateson, m. 1903, Alice Margery, dau. and co-heir of 
James Netterville Atkinson, of Ashley Park (see above). 

1. Anne. 

2. Avereena Maud, m. 1904, Thomas Hardman, eldest son of 
Col. Brereton, of Rathurles, co. Tipperary. 

The eldest son, 

GEORGE BIGGS, of Bellevue, b. 1872 ; s. his father 1904 ; m. 
Grace, dau. of Surg. Lieut.-Col. Robinson, R.A.M.C., and has issue, 

1. Samuel. 2, Cecil Raymond. 

3. Basil. 
1. Zalie. 



ATKINSON OF CAVANGABDEN. 

THOMAS JOHN ATKINSON, of Cavangarden, co. 
Donegal, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1893, b, 14 
Feb. 1845 ; . 20 April, 1880, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Arthur Magee Day, of Rathgar, Dublin, and has 
issue, 

1. THOMAS JOHN DAY, J.P., B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister 

at-Law, Lieut. Dub. Univ. Contingent, Officers Training Corps 

b. 4 March, 1882. 

1. Charlotte Elizabeth. 2. Elizabeth Arthurina. 

3. Mabel Angela Wray, d. unm. 15 April, 1911. 

4. Arthurina Josephine. 

Lineage. CAPT. CHARLES ATKINSON, of an ancient York- 
shire family, settled in Ireland, temp. ELIZABETH, and left two 
sons, of whom one settled at Rehins, co. Mayo (and was ancestor 
of Atkinson, of Rehins), while the other, 

WILLIAM ATKINSON, of Creevy, near Ballyshannon, owned large 
estates in Kilbarron, co. Donegal. He d. about 1660. His son 
and heir, 

THOMAS ATKINSON, called " senior " in the Act of Attainder, 
Parliament of Dublin 1689, temp. JAMES II, b. about 1620, and d.- 
about 1702, leaving a son, 

THOMAS ATKINSON, called " junior " in the Act of Attainder. 
The property was restored temp. WILLIAM III. He was b. 1655, 
and d. 1738. His son, 

JOHN ATKINSON, b. about 1682 ; m. 1711, Rebecca, dau. of William 
Wray, of Ards, co. Donegal, and d. 1748, leaving a son, 

THOMAS ATKINSON, b. 1713 ; m. 16 Nov. 1752, Letitia, dau. of 
George Knox, of Rathmullen and Moneymore, co. Donegal, and d. 

11 May, 1873, leaving a son, 

JOHN ATKINSON, J.P., b. 1754; m. zo March, 1776, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Andrew Hamilton, of Ballymadonnell, co. Donegal, High 
Sheriff 1800. He d. 15 May, 1833. His son, 

THOMAS JOHN ATKINSON, of Cavangarden, Ballyshannon, co. 
Donegal, J.P., High Sheriff, 1817, b. May, 1781 ; m. 1808, Eliza- 
beth, only dau. of Joseph White, Lieut. i7th Light Dragoons, 
of Cheltenham. He d. 25 March, 1881. His son, 

JOHN ATKINSON, of Cavangarden, J.P., M.A., Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
Barrister-at-Law, b. Dec. 1817 ; m. May, 1842, Ellen, dau. of 
Robert Dean Mecredy, Q.C., M.A., of Carnew, co. Down. She^. 

12 May, 1900. He d.v.p. 26 May, 1879, leaving issue, 

1. THOMAS JOHN, now of Cavangarden. 

2. John Robert, b. 1849 ; d. unm. Oct. 1865. 

3. George Andrew, of Skea Hall, Enniskillen, b. 29 April, 1851 ; 
m. 22 March, 1880, Marion Anna Elizabeth, only dau. of Henry 
Berkeley Gerahty, B.A., Dublin, Barrister-at-Law (by Katherine i 
his wife, dau. of Robert W. Fearon, Barrister-at-Law), and grand- 
dau. of James Gerahty, Q.C., and has issue, 

i. John, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Inn. Fus., b. Aug. 1883 j 
m. May, 1908, Wilhelmina Victoria, 2nd dau. of Petre Thiirn i 




2. Robert Henry Gerahty, b. Sept. 1884. 

3. Andrew George, b. March, 1891. 

4. William Claude Hamilton, b. June, 1895. 

5. Norman James Charlton Fearon, b. Aug. 1897. 

1. Elizabeth Maude. 

2. Ethel Kathleen Jane, m. 23 Nov. 1910, H. Carl A. Thienne, 
B.Sc., Civil Engineer. 

3. Olive Lindley Vivian Florence, m. Aug. 1907, Rev. James 
Alexander Wilson, M.A., Rector of Cleenish, co. Fermanagh, 
and has issue. 

4. Angel Marion. 5. Eileen Letitia Charlotte. 

6. Mary Myrtle Gwendoline. 

4. James Law, M.D., b. May, 1856 ; m. Sept. 1889, but d.s.p. 
17 March, 1897. 

5. William White, b. 1863 ; d. unm. 1900. 

6. Andrew Hamilton, b. 1865 ; d. unm. 1899. 

1. Elizabeth Charlotte Jane, b. 1848. 

2. Ellen Theodosia Adelaide, b. 1853 ; m. 24 May, 1874, Robert 
Mecredy, and has issue two sons and two daus. 

Seat Cavangarden, Ballyshannon, co. Donegal. 



ATKINSON OF GLENWILLIAM. 
THOMAS RICHARD 
DURBIN ATKINSON, of 
Glenwilliam Castle, 
Ballingarry, co. 

Limerick, and Skea 
House, co. Fer- 
managh, J.P. and 
D.L. co. Limerick, 
High Sheriff 1888, 
educated at Trinity 
Hall, Camb.,&. 21 Jan. 
1863 ; m. 28 Feb. 
1884, Sophie Mary, 
dau. of Capt. Thomas 
Wilkinson, 3Oth Regt., 
of St. Oswald's, co. 
Limerick, J.P., and 
has issue, 

1. Eileen Violet. 2. Sybil Maud. 

Jliineag'e. THOMAS ATKINSON obtained a grant of land in co. 
Monaghan under the Act of Settlement 21 June, 1667. His 
descendant, 

THOMAS ATKINSON, of Anaghabawn, co. Monaghan (son of Thomas 
Atkinson, of Anaghabawn, co. Monaghan, who d. 1824, aged 88), 
b. 1770, m. 1799, Sarah, dau. of Richard Philips, of Drumcall, and 
d. 1839, having by her (who d. 1848) had issue, 

1. EDWARD, late of Glenwilliam Castle. 

2. Thomas, b. 1805, d. 1892, leaving issue, two sons and four 
daus. 

3. John, M.D , b. 1810, d.s.p. 1837. 

4. Richard, b. 1814, d.s.p. 1856. 

1. Eliza, b. 1800, m. Frances Finley. 

2. Jane, b. 1803, m. Dr. John Wordsworth, and d. 1822. 

3. Rebecca, b. 1807, m. Joseph Crawford, of Newbliss, co. Mona- 
ghan, and d. 1892. 

The eldest son, 

EDWARD ATKINSON, of Glenwilliam Castle, co. Limenck, aud 
Skea House, Enniskillen, J.P. co. Limerick and Drogheda, High 
Sheriff, Drogheda, 1824, b. 1801, m. ist, 1833, Rosetta, dau. of 
Capt. John Shaw McCulloch. She d. 1849, leaving issue, 

1. John (Right Hon.), BARON ATKINSON, of Glenwilliam (cr. 
19 Dec. 1905), a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, P.C., K.C., Attorney- 
Gen, for Ireland 1892 and 1895-1905, M.P. for North Derry 
1895-1905, Bencher of King's Inns, Dublin and of the Inner 
Temple (39, Hyde Park Gate, W. ; 68, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; 
Carlton Club), b. 1844, m. 1873, Rowena (d. 17 Jan. 1911), dau. of 
Richard Chute, M.D., of Tralee, and has issue, 

1. Hon. Edward Chute, b. 1875, d. unm. 26 July, 1906. 

2. Hon. Cecil Thomas, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister-at- 
Law, b. 1876, m. 6 Aug. 1903, Florence, dau. of Godfrey Lovelace 
Taylor, J.P., of Grangeville, co. Wexford, and has issue, 

(i) John Godfrey, b. 18 Jan. 1910. 

(1) Dorothea Emily Mary, b. 22 May, 1904. 

(2) Rowena Cecilia, b. 23 May, 1906. 

3. Hon. Hector John, Capt. Roy. Irish Fus., b. 3 June, 1879 ', 
m. 1910, Sybil, youngest dau. of late George levers, of Glen- 
mair, co. Cork. 

4. Hon. Hubert Rowan, Capt. Connaught Rangers, b. 6 Oct. 
1882 ; m. 30 Jan. 1907, Mabel Coralie, dau. of late George 
Gerard Tyrrell. 

2. Edward, b. 1846, m. 1872, Lydia, dau. of William Rutherford, 
J.P. of Drum, co. Monaghan, and d. 1875, leaving issue, 

1. Edward William, Capt. Royal Inniskilling Fus., B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin (Army and Navy Club), b. 12 Aug. 1873 .' 
m. 20 April, 1907, Louise H. S., 2nd dau. of John Power Oliver, 
I.M.S. 

2. Joseph Albert Nelson. B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister- 
at-Law (Pretoria, Transvaal, S. Africa), b. 19 Jan. 1875; m. 



IRELAND. 



Auchenleck. 



1907, Teresa Clare, dau. of J. Sheridan, Esq., of Galway, and 
has issue. 

Edward Sheridan, b. 1909. 

Doreen Lydia Claire, b. 1908. 

1. Anna, m. ist, 1859, Henry Warren, of Drummin House, 
Meath, who d. 1869, leaving issue. She m. andly, Rev. Brabazon 
William Brunker, M.A., Vicar of Duleek, co. Meath, who d. 
1877. 

2. Rosetta, m. 1869, Joseph Williams, who d. 1876, leaving issue. 

3. Sarah Rosetta, m. 1877. Brabazon Brunker, eld. son of Robert 
Burrows Brunker, Solicitor, of Simmons Court House, Dublin, 
and has issue. 

Mr. Edward Atkinson m. andly, 1856, Emma, dau. of Maj. Durbin, 
36th Regt., and Mary his wife, dau. of Henry Drax, of Charborough, 
Dorset, and d. 1876, having by her had issue, 

3. THOMAS RICHARD DURBIN, now of Glenwilliam Castle. 

4. Emma Anne, m. 1^82, Deane Shelton, of Rossmore, co. 
Limerick, and has issue, six children. 

Arms Per pale gu. and arg., an eagle displayed with two heads 
counterchanged, on a chief engrailed erm., a rose ppr. between two 
martlets or. Crest A falcon rising ppr. belled and jessed or, 
holding in its beak a fleur-de-lys per pale gu. and arg. Motto 
Virtute et valore. 

Seats Glenwilliam Castle, Ballingarry, co. Limerick; andSkea 
House, Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh. 

ATKINSON OF CBOWHILL. 

JOSEPH ATKINSON, of Crowbill, co. Armagh, 
late Lieut. 67 th Regt., J.P. co. Armagh, Secretary 
to the Grand Jury and afterwards to the County 
Council, b, 1845 ; m. ist, 1871, Annie Edith, dau. 
of John Jervais Broadwood, of Buchan Hill, Sussex, 
and by her had issue, 

1. JOSEPH JERVAIS, b. 1873 ; . 5 Nov. 1907, Beatrix Pearl, 
only dau. of E.J.Webb. ' 

2. Walter Hope Johnston, b. 1875. 

3. John Broadwood, b. 1894. 

He m. 2ndly, 1898, Kathleen Mary, 4th dau. of the 
late Henry Blake Mahon, of Belleville, co. Galway, 
and by her has issue, 

1. Judith Mary, b. 1900. 

Lineage. This family came to Ireland at the time of 
the Cromwellian settlement. 

JOSEPH ATKINSON, of Crowbill, co. Armagh, J.P., b. 1760; m. 
Sarah, dau. of Thomas Hope, of Crowbill, and d. 1836, having had 
issue a son, 

THOMAS ATKINSON, of Crowbill, Capt. Armagh Militia, High 
Sheriff 1825, b. 1793 ; . 1819, Elizabeth, 4th dau. of James 
Johnston, D.L., of Knappagh, co. Armagh, and Martha his wife, dau. 
of John Burges, of Parkanaur, co. Tyrone. Shed. 1873, aged 75. 
He d. 1842, having had issue, 

1. JOSEPH, late of Crowhill. 

2. James Hope, Capt. 72nd Highlanders, b. 1825 ; m. 1858, 
Elfrida, dau. of Abbott, of Smyrna, and d. 1865, having 
had two daus., 

1. Annie, m. Count Mazza, Italian Consul in Canada. 

2. Elfrida, m. 1882, Count Victor de Revel, Italian Consul 
at Smyrna. 

1. Martha, b. 1820 ; d. 1831. 
The elder son, 

JOSEPH ATKINSON, of Crowhill, co. Armagh, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1855, Chairman of the County Council ; 6.1822; m.n April, 
1844, Judith Charlotte, dau. of Richard Barnsley and Sarah, his wife, 
dau. of John Smith of Ballyhaskin, Westmeath, and Judith his 
wife, dau. of Samuel De la Cherois, of Donaghadee, co. Down, and 
d. 10 Oct. 1903, having had issue, 

1. JOSEPH, his heir. 

2. James Johnston, B.A., T.C.D., 6. 1847 ; d. 2 Jan. 1905. 

3. Robert Richard, J.P., of Summer Island, Longhall, b. 1855 J 
m. 31 July, 1902, Mary Frances Josephine, only dau. of Henry J. 
Nicholson, J.P., of Crannagael, co. Armagh (see that family). 

4. Ynyr Henry, b. 1861 ; m. 1886, Rose, dau. of Edward 
McColdrick, of Dakota, U.S.A., and has issue, 

Lionel Robert, b. 1887. Eveleen, b. 1899. 

1. Annie Johnston, b. 1851 ; m. n April, 1872, Richard James 
Harden, D.L., of Harrybrook, co. Armagh, and has issue (see 
that family). 

Seat Crowhill Loughall, co. Armagh. Residence Summer 
Island, Loughall. 

AUCHENLECK OF CREVENAOH. 

DANIEL GEORGE HAROLD AUCHENLECK, of 
Crevenagh, co. Tyrone, b. 18 Sept. 1877, educated 
at Winchester and Trin. Coll. Oxford, Capt. Royal 
Inniskilling Fusiliers ; m. 1902, Charlotte Madaline, 
only dau. of the late Robert W. Scott, of Dungannon, 
co. Tyrone, and has had issue, 

Robert Patrick, 6. and d. 17 March, 1906. 

Lineagre REV. JAMES AUCHENLECK, Rector of Cleenish, co. 
Fermanagh, b. 1646 ; tn. Margaret, a relative of President Keith, 
and by her (who d. 1680, aged 39) had, with other issue who d. 
young, 

1. JAMES, of whom presently. 



2. William, who lived in Tyrone, m. 1708, Miss Maxwell. 

3. Alexander, m. Miss Boggs. 4. Sydney. , 

1. Katherine, m. John Montgomery, of Croghan, co. Donegal. 

2. Margaret. , 

3. Jean, m. Provost Gamble, of Strabane. 

His will dated 17 Feb. 1684, was proved 6 April, 1685. The elder 

son, 

JAMES AUCHENLECK, sen., of Thomastown, m. circa 1698, Elisa- : 

beth, dau. of Col. James Corry, M.P., of Castle Coole, and d. 1746 
having had, with other issue, who d. young, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 2. Alexander, bapt. 1706. 

1. Rebecca, m. 1719, Andrew Leonard. 

2. Margaret, m. 1721, Thomas Enery, of Prospect, co. Cavan. 

3. Mary, m. Noble. 4. Sarah, m. Scott. . 
5. Elisabeth, m. John Dane, of Killyhevlin (see that family). 

The elder son, 

JAMES AUCHENLECK, jun., of Thomastown, co. Fermanagh, b. 
1704 ; m. 1734, Susanna, dau. of John Corry, of Lisanock. He d. 
1752, haying had issue, 

1. Leslie, d. 1785, bur. at Derryvullan. 

2. Armar, twin with his brother, Leslie, m. Mrs. McGregor, ne'e 
Spear, and had issue, 

1. Alexander, m. and had issue, 

(1) Alexander, m. Armstrong, of Drumlene, and had issue, 
i. John, d. 1899. 2. Alexander, d.s.p. 

3. Armar. 

(2) James, m. Mary, dau. of his uncle, William Auchenleck, 
and had issue, 

1. Armar, of Cuttiagh, d. unm. 1880. 

2. Daniel, d. unm. 1882. 

1. A dau., m. Chartres, of Maguiresbridge. 

2. Alice, d. 1898. 

2. William, of Cuttiagh m. and had issue. 
Mary, m. her cousin, James Auchenleck. 

3. James, M.D., R.N., d.s.p. 

4. John, in the Civil Service, m. Miss Aynesworth, and had issue, 
i. Capt. James, m. Lucinda Magill, and had issue, 

(1) John, d. unm. 

(2) A dau., m. Ward, of Pianstown, co. Down. 

(3) Anne, d. unm. 

5. William, d. 1803, leaving issue, 

i. Mary. 2. Margaret. 

6. George. 7. Corry. 

8. REV. ALEXANDER, of whom presently. 

9. Rev. Anketell, b. posthumous, Curate of Termonmaguifke, 
who had a son, Richard. 

1. Elisabeth, d. unm. 1824. 

2. Sarah, m. Cluff, of Ratorau. 

THE REV. ALEXANDER AUCHINLECK, of Castle Lodge and Mullans, 
rintona, co. Tyrone, Rector of Rossory, co. Fermanagh, b. 1749, 
m. 1784, Jane, dau. of James Lowry Eccles, of Shannock, co. Fer- 
managh, and d. 1833, having by her (who d. 1829) had issue, 

1. James Eccles (Rev.), of Castle Lodge and Mullans, J.P., 
b. 1786, m. 1815, Caroline, dau. of Richard Fiddis, of Tullycreevy 
House, co. Fermanagh, and d. 1829, leaving issue, 

i. Alexander Eccles (Rev.), of Castle Lodge and Mullans, 
Fintona, co. Tyrone, Vicar of Car-Colston, Notts, b. 1825 : m. ist, 
3 June, 1862, Fanny, dau. of John Crozier, J.P., of Gortra 
House, co. Fermanagh (see BURKE'S Family Records). She d.s.p. 

15 Sept. 1864. He m. 2ndly, 21 Sept. 1870, Sidney, dau. of 
John Laurence Spear, J.P., of Glenally House, co. Tyrone. 
She d.s.p. 12 Aug. 1881. 

1. Jane Eccles, m. 15 Nov. 1836, William Crozier, and son of 
John Crozier, J.P., of Gortra House (see BURKE'S Family 
Records). 

2. Susan Caroline, d. unm. 

3. Elizabeth Ward, m. P. G. Hippolite Marlet, Avocat of 
Semur, Burgundy, and has issue. 

4. Henrietta Margaret Enery, m. Rev. Thomas Lewis. 

2. William, an Officer, d. in India, unm. 

3. John (Rev.), Rector of Dunboyne, co. Meath, and Ballyhack, 
co. Wexford, b. 1796, m. 1825, Katherine, dau. of Rev. Thomas 

Johnston, and d. 20 June, 1870, having by her (who d. 28 Dec. 

1892) had issue, 

1. John Claude Alexander, Lieut.-Col. R.A., m. g Nov. i874.- 
Mary Eleanor, dau. of John Eyre, D.L., of Eyrecourt (see that 
family), and d. 1892, having had issue, 

(1) Claude John Eyre, Indian Army, b. 21 June, 1884. 

(2) Armar Leslie, b. 1887. 

(i) Cerise Eleanor Gordon. (2) Katherine Ruth Leigh ton. 

2. William Henry, Lieut.-Col. late R.A., b. 2 Aug. 1841 ; 
m. 28 June, 1898, Constance Mildred Spilsbury, youngest dau. 
of William Halford, of 30, Cambridge Square, W. He d. 

16 Oct. 1901, leaving issue, 

William John Alexander Halford, b. 8 Aug. 1899. 

3. Daniel. 

1. Jane Katherine, d. unm. 8 July, 1883. 

2. Fanny. 3- Katherine. 

4. DANIEL ECCLES, of whom presently. 

1. Anna, m. 1809, Richard Dane, J.P., of Killyhevlin, co. Fer- 
managh. 

The younger son, 

DANIEL ECCLES AUCHINLECK, of Crevenagh, o. 1797 ; m. Nov. 

1833, Elizabeth Dorothea, dau. of Rev. Thomas Lindsay Stack, J.P., 

Rector of Badony, and d. 1849, having by her (who d. 14 Sept. i8fe8) 

had issue, 

1. THOMAS, late of Crevenagh. 

2. William Lowry, b. 1841, Col. 6srd Regt., Bng.-Gen. Calcutta : 

3. Daniel,' late* 'Maj. Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 1847; killed at 
Taindah, Burma, 15 Sept. 1886. 

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1. Margaret Jane, m. 1859, the Right Rev. Charles Maurice 
Stack, Lord Bishop of Clogher, J.P., D.D., and has issue. 

2. Anna Mary, m. Brig.-Surg. Constantine Read, Army Medical 
Staff. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS AUCHINLECK, of Crevenagh, co. Tyrone, and of Shan- 
nock Green, co. Fermanagh, b. 16 Jan. 1837, J.P. and D.L. co. 
Tyrone, High Sheriff, co. Tyrone, 1872, Hon. Maj. Royal Tyrone 
Fusiliers, formerly Lieut, nth (North Devon) Regt. ; m. 29 Sept. 
1868 Jane, dau. of George H. Loxdale, of Grassendale, Liverpool, 
son of Joseph Loxdale, of Kingsland, co. Salop, and d. 1893, leaving 
issue, 

1. DANIEL GEORGE HAROLD, now of Crevenagh. 

1. Bessie Sarah, m. 7 Aug. 1907, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Francis 
Bushe, C.M.G., R.A. 

2. Norah Lilian Loxdale, m. 29 July, 1896, Rev. James George 
Reginald Darling, Rector of Eyke, Suffolk, youngest son of the 
late Rev. James George Darling. 

Seat Crevenagh, Omagh, co. Tyrone. 

AYLMER OF COUE-TOWN. 

MAJOR JOHN ALGERNON 
AYLMER, of Courtown, 
Kilcock, co. Kildare, J.P* 
and D.L., High Sheriff 
1896, Major late 4th 
Dragoon Guards, B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Cambridge, b. 
22 Dec. 1853; m, 12 April, 
1886, Blanche, 3rd dau. of 
John Eveleigh Wyndham, 
of Clearwell Court, Glou- 
cestershire, and widow of 
Capt. George Montgomery, 
R.H.A., and by her (whod. 8 March, 1895) has issue, 

JOHN WYNDHAM, Lieut. 4th Dragoon Gds. b. 9 March, 1889. 

Stella Wyndham, m. 3 March, 1909, Capt. John M. Colchester- 

Wemyss (see COLCHESTER-WEMYSS of Westbury), and has issue. 

Lineage. RICHARD AYLMER, of Lyons, co. Kildare, living 
1421, one of the Keepers of the Peace for the cos. of Dublin and 
Kildare 1432, Sovereign of the Borough of Tassagard, anno 10 
HENRY VI, was direct ancestor of BARTHOLOMEW AYLMER, of 
Lyons, co. Kildare ; m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Christopher Cheevers, 
Knt. of Macetown, and had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 

2. GERALD (Sir), ancestor of the LORDS AYLMER (see BURKE'S 
Peerage). 

1. Anne, m. Sir Thomas Luttrell, Knt., of Luttrellstown, Lord 

Chief Justice of Common Pleas. 
The elder son, 

RICHARD AYLMER, of Lyons, appointed Chief Sergeant of the co. 
Kildare, i June, 27 HENRY VIII, A.D. 1535, m. Genet, dau. and 
heir of Alderman Thomas Tew, of Dublin, and was s. by his son, 

RICHARD AYLMER, of Lyons, m. Elinor, dau. of George Fleming, 
2nd son of James, Lord Slane, and had, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. George, of Cloncurrie, co. Kildare, m. Mary, dau. of Patrick 
Hussey, Baron of Galtrim. 

3. Gerald (Sir), created a bart. (see BURKE'S Peerage and 
Baronetage). 

4. Edward, m. Katherine, dau. of Robert Fitzgerald, of Alloone. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS AYLMER, of Lyons, s. his father, and had livery of his 
estate, 20 July, 1562. He m. Alison, dau. of Thomas Cusac, of 
Cussingtown, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and by her (who d. Dec. 
1623) had 

1. BARTHOLOMEW, s. his father, and was ancestor of AYLMER of 
Lyons. 

2. Richard, of Hartwell, who left four sons. 

3. JOHN, ancestor of AYLMER of Courtown. 
The 3rd son, 

JOHN AYLMER, of Ballykennan, co. Kildare, m. Elinor, dau. of 
Hussey, of Moyle Hussey, and had (with three daus., Ellice, m. 
Gerald Dillon, of Kellynyon, co. Westmeath ; Cicely ; and Alison) 
five sons, 

1. MATTHEW, his heir. 2. George. 

3. Robert, m. Katherine, dau. of Piers Power, of Monalargie, by 
Lady Katherine his wife, dau. of Walter, nth Earl of Ormonde 
and Ossory, and had, 

JAMES, m. Esther, dau. of Thomas Luther, of Ballyboy, King's 
Co., and was father of 

Robert, of Painstown, co. Kildare, m. Anne, dau. and heir 
of Patrick Wogan, of Richardstown, and grand-dau. of 
William Wogan, of Rathcoffey, and had issue, 

Charles, of Painstown, m. ist, Rose, dau. of James 
O'Reilly, of Roristown, co. Meath, and had an only dau., 
Catherine Rose, m. 1786, Sir Robert Barnewall, 8tti bart., 
of Crickstown, and d. 10 Feb. 1790. He m. 2ndly, Esmay, 
dau. of William Piers, of Castletown, and had Robert, of 
Painstown, d.s.p. ; William, d.s.p. 1820 ; Gerald, d.s.p.; 
and Anne, m. 1793, Christopher Barnewall, of Meadstown. 

4. Bartholomew. 5. Richard. 

Mr. Aylmer d. 26 June, 1632, and was s. by his eldest son, 

MATTHEW AYLMER, of Ballykennan, b. 1606 ; m. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Wogan, of Rathcoffey, co. Kildare, and was s. by his son, 



JOHN AYLMER, of Ballykennan, who d. 1702, leaving (with a dau., 
Alice, m. 1704, William Humphrey, of Hollywood, co. Wicklow, 
and three younger sons, Richard, Matthew, and Thomas) an elder 
son, his heir, 

JOHN AYLMER, of Ballykennan, m. 1678, Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Breedon, of Bearecourt, and had, with six daus , as many sons, 

1. JOHN, his heir, m. 1705, Mary, dau. of Thomas Whyte, of 
Pitchfordstown, co. Kildare, and d. 1708, leaving a dau., Martha, 
and an only son, 

JOHN, of Ballykennan, d. unm. 26 July, 1712. 

2. Thomas, d. in France. 3. CHARLES, of whom hereafter. 
4. Andrew. 5. Matthew, m. and left issue. 6. James, d.s.p.. m. 

Mr. Aylmer's will is dated 22 March, 1704, and he d. soon after. His 
3rd son, 

CHARLES AYLMER, of Ballykennan, s. his nephew in 1712 ; m. the 
dau. of Gerrard Crosbie, and d. 5 May, 1754, leaving an only son, 

CHARLES ALYMER, of Ballykennan, m. n Sept. 1749, the dau. of 
James Tyrrell, of Clonard, co. Kildare, and had issue, 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 

2. Richard, Lieut. i7th Regt., m. Eliza, dau. of Admiral Richard 
Norris, R.N., and had two sons, 

1. Charles, 54th Regt., b. 24 May, 1774 ; m. 15 Dec. 1806, 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Luther, of Clonmel. She d. 26 Sept. 
1856. He d. 10 Dec. 1863, leaving issue, 

(1) Fenton Richard, b. 16 April, 1808 ; d. unm. 1834. 

(2) Charles Arthur, b. 28 Sept. 1814 ; m. 10 Aug. 1853, 
Hon. Sophia Mackay, dau. of Alexander, 8th Lord Reay. 
She d.s.p. 24 Sept. 1866. He d. 1884. 

(3) Henry Gerald, b. i Aug. 1818 ; m. 17 June, 1854, Harriet 
Anna, dau. of Rev. John Scott, Rector of Little Kimble, 
Bucks. She d. 17 Dec. 1908. They had issue, 

Henry Scott, b. 9 April, 1858 ; d. 8 March, 1877. 
Mary Beatrice. 

2. Richard, i7th Dragoons, d.s.p. 
Mr. Aylmer was s. by his eldest son, 

MICHAEL AYLMER, of Courtown and Ballykennan, Col. m the 
Army, m. March, 1777, Frances Amelia, dau. of Richard Hornidge, 
of Tulfanis, D.L. co. Wicklow, and had 

JOHN, his successor. 

Emily, m. 1799, Whitney Upton Gledstanes, of Fardross, co. 

Fermanagh. 
Col. Aylmer was s. by his only son, 

JOHN AYLMER, of Courtown, m. 29 Dec. 1828, Margaret Susan, 
dau. of Sir Fenton Aylmer, 8th bart., of Donadea Castle, and d. 
5 March, 1857, having by her (who d. Dec. 1892) had issue, 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 

1. Jane Grace, d. unm. 1896. 

2. Margaret, m. 1856, Charles Michael Bury (formerly Wright), 
of Downings, co. Kildare. Both are deceased. 

3. Emily, m. 8 Nov. 1859, the late Thomas Chapman. 

4. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1900. 

5. Cecilia. 6. Lucy Harriet, m. Louis Hack. 
His eldest son, 

MICHAEL AYLMER, of Courtown, J.P., b. 30 May, 1831 ; m. Feb. 
1853, Charlotte, dau. of Hans Hendrick, of Kerdiffstown, co. Kil- 
dare. He d. 4 April, 1885. She d. Nov. 1893, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN ALGERNON, his heir. 

2. HANS HENDRICK (see HENDRICK-AYLMER of Kerdiffsiown). 

3. Algernon Ambrose Michael, of Rathmore, co. Kildare, B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin (Kildare Street Club), b. 23 June, 1857 ; m. 

10 June, 1886, Frances Sophia, dau. of Meade Caulfeild Dennis, of 
Fortgranite, co. Wicklow, and has issue, 

Richard Michael, b. 5 Oct. 1887. 

Theodora Margaret, b. 21 Feb. 1892. 

1. Florence Mary, m. ist, 21 March, 1882, Lieut.-Col. Walter 
Joseph Borrowes, youngest son of Sir Erasmus Borrowes, 8th 
bart., of Gilltown, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). He d. 

11 Sept. 1893. She m. 2ndly, 1895, William Gore, and d. 1907. 
Arms Arg., a cross sa. between four Cornish choughs ppr. 

Crest A Cornish chough, rising out of a ducal coronet, all ppr. 
Motto Hallelujah. 

Seat Courtown, Kilcock, co. Kildare. Clubs Naval and 
Military, Cavalry, and Kildare Street. 

HENDK1CK-AYLMEK- OF KERDIFFSTOWN. 

HANS HENDRICK HEN- 
DRICK-AYLMER, of Ker- 
diffstown, co. Kildare, 
J.P., High Sheriff 1894, 
Barrister - at - Law, B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 23 
May, 1856 ; m. May, 1886, 
Florence, dau. of Alex- 
ander Edwards, of Bally- 
hire, co. Wexford, and has 
had issue, 

1. CHARLES PERCY, b. 1887 ; d. 
i Dec. 1906. 

2. Gerald Hans, b. 1897. 

1. Muriel Charlotte. 

2. Violet Lucy. 

Mr. Hendrick - Aylmer 

assumed the additional 

surname and arms of HENDRICK by Royal Licence 

in 1889. 



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Lineage. See AYLMEK of Courtown. 



ist, AYLWARD, out of a ducal coroaet or, an arm embowed, vested 



Arms ist and 4th, aig., a cross sa. between four Cornish az., cuffed arg., the hand ppr. grasping an anchor gold ; 2nd, TOLER, 
c ioughs ppr. for AYLMER ; 2nd and 3rd, az., three leopards' faces ! out of a mural crown ppr. a fleur-de-lis or, charged with an ermine 
c , for HENDRICK. Crests ist, AYLMER, out of a ducal coronet | spot, sa. Motto Veriis" et fidelis semper. 




, a chough rising ppr. ; 2nd, HENDRICK, out of a ducal coronet 
, a crescent gu. Motto Hallelujah. 
Seat Kerdiffstown, near Naas. 



TOLER-AYLWARD OF SHANKILL CASTLE. , 

HECTOR JAMES 
OHARLES TOLER-AYL- 
VVARD, of Shankill 
3astle, co. Kilkenny, and 
Bloomfield, co. Ros- 
sommon, J.P. and D.L. 
co. Kilkenny, High 
Sheriff 1886, b. 13 June, 
1839, assumed by Royal 
Licence, dated 30 May, 
1884, the additional sur- 
name and arms of 
AYLWARD, on succeed- 
ing his uncle. He m. 
April, 1 894, Emily Mary 
Eliza, only child of 
James Butler, of Verona, 
Monkstown, co, Dublin, and has issue, 

1. HECTOR JAMES, b. g March, 1895. 

2. Victor George, b. n Oct. 1897. 

Lineage. This family is of antiquity in Ireland, and was 
settled in co. Waterford at a very early period, where ior more than 
three centuries it was in the enjoyment of large possessions. The 
first on record is RICHARD AYLWARD, of Faithlegg, co. Waterford, 
from whom descended a family which became possessed of Glen- 
sillan, called from them Aylwardstown, and other lands in co. ; 
Kilkenny. 

WILLIAM AYLWARD, of Aylwardstown, living 1562, d. about 
1608, leaving a son 

PETER (or Piers) AYLWARD, of Aylwardstown, High Constable ! 
of the barony of Ida, m. Ellen, dau. of Nicholas FitzGerald, cf ; 
Gurteea, co. Kilkenny (see FITZGERALD of Turlough), and had issue, 

NICHOLAS AYLWARD, of Aylwardstown, transplanted to co. 
Galway in 1653, m. Ellen, dau. of James Keally, of Gowran, co. 
Kilkenny, and had a son, 

PETER AYLWARD, of Aylwardstown, and of Shankill, co. Kilkenny, 
m. Elizabeth, eldest dau. and eventual co-heir of Sir Richard Butler, 
Bart., of Polestown, co. Kilkenny, and by her (who d. 21 Oct. 1708) 
had a son and successor, 

NICHOLAS AYLWARD, of Shankill, M.P. for Thomastown, Sheriff 
co. Kilkenny, 1742. He m. 5 Aug. 1719, Catherine, 2nd dau. of 
Maurice Keating, of Narraghmore, co. Kildare, and d. 1756, leaving 
two sons, 

1. NICHOLAS, his heir. 2. Peter, who d. unm. 1801. 

The elder son, 

NICHOLAS AYLWARD, of Shankill, High Sheriff co. Kilkenny 
1757 ; m. ist, 14 July, 1756, Mary (d. Dec. 1767), dau. of Benjamin 
Kearney, by whom he had issue, 

1. PETER, his heir. 2. Nicholas, d. unm. 

1. Katherine. 

He m. 2ndly, April, 1769, Susanna, widow of Edmund Waring (she 
m. 2ndly, Oct. 1772, Rev. Henry Candler and d. 4 Aug. 1775). He 
was s. at his death, i Aug. 1772, by his elder son, 

PETER AYLWARD, of Shankill, who m. Anne Kearney, of New 
Ross, co. Wexford, and d. 1792, having had a son and heir, 

NICHOLAS JOHN PATRICK AYLWARD, of Shankill, bapt. 17 March, 
1787 ; m. 1805, Elizabeth (d. 25 Feb. 1851), eldest dau. of James 
Kearney, of Blanchville, co. Kilkenny, and had issue, 

1. JAMES KEARNEY, his heir. 2. Nicholas, d.s.p. 

3. Peter Charles, d.s.p. 

1. Mary Anne, m. 1835, Rev. Peter Toler, B.A., son of Rev. John 
Toler, Rector of Kenstown, co. Meath, J.P. co. Cork, and d. 
1850, leaving by him (who d. May, 1883), 

HECTOR JAMES CHARLES TOLEK AYLWARD, now of Shankill. 
Meriel Elizabeth, m. 1869, R. Devenish (deceased), and has 
two daus. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Clopton Henry Keogh. 

3. Susanna. 4. Waller. 

5. Meriel, m. May, 1849, Robert Young, of Clonsingle, co. Tip- 

perary. 
Mr. Aylward d. 1832, and was s. by his eldest son, 

JAMES KEARNEY AYLWARD, of Shankill, b. 1811, J.P. and D.L. 
co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff 1837, assumed by Royal Licence, 1876, 
the additional surname of Kearney upon succeeding to a moiety of 
the estates of his kinsman, JAMES CHARLES KEARNEY, of Blanch- 
ville, same co., m. 1853, Isabella, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Arthur Forbes, 
32nd Regt., and widow of Beauchamp Newton, and d.s.p. i Feb. 
1884, when he was s. by his nephew, HECTOR JAMES CHARLES 
TOLER, now TOLER-AYLWARD. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, az., a fleur-de-lis between two 
estoiles of ?ix points in bend dexter, and as many increscents in 
bend sinister, or, for AYLWARD ; 2nd and 3rd, arg. on a cross gu 
between four oak leaves vert, a fleur-de-lis or, for TOLER. Crests 




Seat Shankill Castle, Whitehall, co. Kilkenny. 



BAGENAL OF BENEKERRY. 

BEAUCHAMP FREDE- 
RICK BAGENAL, of Bene- 
kerry, co. Carlow, J.P. 
and D.L., formerly Lieut. 
45th Regt., High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1871, b. 10 
Sept. 1846; m. 5 July, 
1870, Ethel Constance 
Mary, dau. of the late 
Robert Westley Hall- 
Dare, of Newtownbarry, 
co. Wexford, and has 
issue, 

1. BEAUCHAMP WALTER, 6. 
5 Jan. 1873 ; . 14 May, 
1903, Marion Cecile, only dau. 
of Robert Seymour, of Killa- 
noolie, co. Galway. 

2. Charles James, b. 22 March, 1877. 

1. Mary Verena, b. 4 April, 1871 ; d. unm. 13 Feb. 1889. 

2. Violet Ethel, b. 24 Aug. 1882. 

3. Kathleen Prudence Eirene, b. 28 Dec. 1886 ; m. 6 April, 1907, 
Capt. William Steuart Burkett Blackett, Gren. Gds., only son of 
late Commander A. C. S. Blackett, and has issue (see BLACKETT of 
Wylaw). 

Lineage. PHILIP NEWTON, of Benekerry, b. 1796, High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1833, 2nd son of Philip Newton, of Dunleckny (see that 
family), by Sarah Bagenal his wife, assumed by Royal Licence, 
dated 6 March, 1832, the surname and arms of BAGENAL only. He 
. 1838, Georgiana Thomasina, dau. of Maj. James Boyd. King's 
Dragoon Guards, of Rosslare, co. Wexford, and Georgina his wife, 
2nd dau. of Hon. George Jocelyn (see BURKE'S Peerage, RODEN, E.), 
and d. 24 June, 1856, having by her (who d. i March, 1897) had 
issue, 

1. WALTER PHILIP, his heir. 

2. BEAUCHAMP FREDERICK, successor to his brother. 

3. James Philip, Indian Telegraph Staff, b. 22 June, 1848 ; d. 
unm. at Allahabad, India, 4 June, 1869. 

4. Philip Henry, B.A. Oxon, Barrister-at-Law, General Inspector 
of the Local Government Board (17, Clarence Drive, Harrogate), 
b. 18 June, 1850 ; m. 15 April, 1884, Harriot Jocelyn, dau. of 
Walter Hore, late of Linfield, co. Limerick, and Marion Jane his 
wife, dau. of Right Rev. H. Griffin, D.D., Bishop of Limerick, and 

issue, 

. Dudleigh John, b. 28 Sept. 1886 ; d. 18 March, 1887. 
. Philip Hope Edward, b. n Feb. 1888. 
. Nicholas Beauchamp, b. 5 July, 1891. 
. Faith Marion Jane, b. 6 Sept. !88 9 . 
_. Georgina Charis Mabel, b. i Sept. 1894. 

1. Georgina Elizabeth, b. 15 Jan. 1839 ; d. 17 Nov. 1910. 

2. Lucy Isabel, b. 9 Dec. 1843 ; d. Feb. 1845. 

3. Sarah Catherine, b. 9 Dec. 1844. 
His eldest son, 

CAPT. WALTER PHILIP BAGENAL, of Benekerry, b. 3 May, 1841, 
Capt. i6th Lancers ; d. unm. at Bangalore, India, 24 Nov. 1869, 
and was s. by his brother. 

Arms Barry of four erm. and or, a lion ramp., az. Crest An 
heraldic antelope, sejant, vert, attired, unguled, ducally gorged 
and chained or. 

Seat Benekerry, Carlow. 



BAGOT OF ATTGHRANE AND BALLYMOE. 

MILO VICTOR 

NEVILLE-BAGOT, of 
Ballymoe, and of 
Aughrane Castle, co, 
Galway, b. March, 
1880 ; m. Oct. 1908, 
Maria, only dau. of 
late Signer Boccacio, 
of Turin, Italy. 

Lineage. EDWARD BA- 
GOT, of Hamstown, King's 
Co., and of Walterstown, 
co. Kildare, b. 1620, was 
a Royal Commissioner for 
King's Co. 1663, and High 
Sheriff co. Kildare 1677, and 
King's Co. 1680. He m. 1659, 
Catherine, dau. of William Colborne, of Great Connelt, Kildare, and 
d. i7ii, aged 90, leaving 




Bagwell. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



22 



1. MILO, of whom presently. 

2. Arthur, executor of his father's will. 

3. Christopher, ancestor of the Numey and Kilnoon branches. 
1. Elizabeth, m. James Medlicott, of Dunmurry, co. Kildare. 

The eldest son, 

COL. MILO BAGOT, of Ard, Newtown, and Kilcoursey, b. 1660, 
m. 1770, Margaret, dau. of Edmond and sister of Col. Andrew 
Armstrong, of Mauristown, co. Kildare, and d. 1739, leaving 

i. JOHN, of whom presently. 2. Michael, d.sp. 1744. 

3. Charles, ancestor of BAGOT of Kilcoursey. 

1. Elizabeth, m. W. Armstrong, of Ballycumber, King's Co. 

2. Mary, d.s.p. 

Col. Bagot settled Ard on his eldest son, by deed, dated i May, 
1725, and Kilcoursey on his 3rd son, Charles, by deed 30 May, 
1734. The eldest son, 

JOHN BAGOT, of Ard, King's Co., 6. 1702, m. 1728, Mary Herbert, 
of Durrow Abbey, King's Co., d. 1760, leaving issue, 1. Milo, d.s.p. ; 
2. William, d.s.p.; 3. Charles, d.s.p.; 4. JOHN LLOYD, who con- 
tinued the family ; 5. Thomas, d.s.p. ; and two daus., 1. Mary, 
d.s.p. ; 2. Margaret, m. Archibald Armstrong, of Garry Castle, 
King's Co. The 4th son, 

JOHN LLOYD BAGOT, of Ard and Ballymoe, Capt. 37th Foot, 
and A.D.C. to Lord Cornwallis during the American War, m. 1775, 
Catherine Anne, dau. of Michael Cuffe, of Ballymoe, son of Capt. 
Francis Cuffe, and grandson (by his wife Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Caulfeild, of Donamon Castle, co. Roscommon) of Capt. Thomas 
Cuffe, brother of Sir James, grandfather of James Cuffe, Lord 
Tyrawley, and of Elizabeth Cuffe, alias Pakenham, created Countess 
of Longford. He d. 1718, leaving issue, 

1. John Cuffe, d.s.p. 2. William, d.s.p. 

3. THOMAS NEVILLE, of whom presently. 
1. Cordelia. 2. Louisa. 

3. Isabella. 4. Maria. 

He was s. by his srd son, 

THOMAS NEVILLE BAGOT, of Ard and Ballymoe, b. 1784 : m. 
1811, Ellen, dau. of John Fallen, of Runnimead, co. Roscommon, 
and Letitia his wife, dau. of John Lambert, of Milford (son of 
Walter Lambert, of Cregclare, by his second wife, Miss Martyn, 
of Tullyra Castle), by his wife Mary, dau. of Sir Henry Burke, 
Bart., of Glynsk Castle, co. Galway, by his wife Cisley Netterville, 
and d. 8 Feb. 1863, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN LLOYD NEVILLE BAGOT, of Ballymoe and Aughrane. 

2. Bernard William, of Carranure, co. Roscommon, Barrister-at- 
Law, J.P., b. 1818 ; m. ist, 1850, Euphemia, dau. of the late 
Richard J. Hinds, of Rathgar, and by her (who d. 1855) had 
issue, 

i. Richard John Hindes (Rev.), m. 1876, Emily Louisa, eldest 
dau. of H. L. Bean, and d. 1880, leaving issue, 

Louisa Mary Frances. 

He m. 2ndly, 1862, Josephine Isabella, dau. of Joseph A. Holmes, 
D.L., of Clogher, co. Sligo, and d. 22 Jan. 1899, leaving issue, 

1. Frances Letitia, m. 31 Aug. 1889, Lieut.-Col. F. M. Glubb, 
R.E., D.S.O. 

2. Isabella, m. 2 Jan. 1891, Maj. Frederic Pelham Abbot 
Hardy, Army Service Corps. 

3. Charles Augustus, of Dublin, m. 1858, Fanny Louisa, dau. of 
A. S. Kerr, and d. 1877, having had issue, 

i. George Hindes. 2. Bernard William. 

3. William Sidney. 

4. Christopher Neville, of Aughrane Castle, co. Galway, J.P. 
m. 8 Aug. 1875, Alice, dau. of Sir William Verner, 2nd bart., 
M.P. for co. Armagh, and d. 23 May, 1877, leaving a son, 

William Hugh Neville, b. 22 Oct. 1875. 

His widow m. 30 Oct. 1879, Reginald Wynne Roberts, and by him 

had issue. She d. 9 July, 1908. 

1. Letitia Mary. 2. Ellen, d. unm. 26 July, 1866. ' 

3. Catherine, m. Francis Meagher, of Ballinderry, co. Tipperary. ; 
The eldest son, 

JOHN LLOYD NEVILLE-BAGOT, of Ballymoe, J.P. cos. Galway, 
Clare, and Roscommon, b. Nov. 1814 ; m. 1846, Anna Georgina I 
only dau. of Edward Henry Kirwan, of Ballyturin Castle, co. Galway, 
and by her (who d. May, 1888) had issue, 

1. EDWARD THOMAS LLOYD, of Ballymoe and Aughrane 

2. Edward Henry Kirwan, b. 1850, 'd. unm. 1882." 

3. John Christopher, of Ballyturin House, Gort, co. Galway, 
J.P., b. 1856 ; m. 20 Oct. 1891, Anna Catherine, only dau. of 
Lieut.-Col. William Fleming, late 95 th Regt., of Mayfield, Ash- 
bourne, Derbyshire, and has issue, 

i. Mary Eileen. 2. Kathleen Anna. 

4. Charles Henry, of Curraghmore, Athleague, co. Roscommon, > 
b. May, 1860 ; m. 10 Nov. 1891, Georgina Louisa, 4th dau. of 
John Osborne, M.D., of Lindville, co. Cork, and has issue, 

i. Charles Edward Kirwan, b. 3 June, 1895. 

1. Anna Georgina, b. 14 Sept. 1892. 

2. Gwendolin Frances, b. 8 Dec. 1898. 

1. Anna Isabella. 

2. Ellen Georgina, m. 12 Dec. 1907, Harry, eld. son of Henry 
Huggins, of St. Anne's, Lanes. 

Mr. Neville-Bagot d. 1890 and was s. by his eldest son, 

EDWARD THOMAS LLOYD NEVILLE-BAGOT, of Ballymoe and 

Aughrane, co. Galway, b. 1848, m. 1876, Ellen, dau. of Francis 

Meagher, of Ballinderry, co. Tipperary, and d. Oct. 1890, leaving 

one son, 
MILO VICTOR, now of Ballyinoe and Aughrane, and of Turin, 

Arms Erm. two chevrpnels az. in the dexter chief point a ' 
trefoil, slipped, vert, quartering CUFF, of the family of Lord TYRAW- 
LEY. Crest Issuing from a ducal coronet or a goat's head ermines 
horned of the first. Motto Antiquum obtinens. 

Seat Ballymoe. co. Galway, and Aughrane Castle, Ballygar 
co. Galway. 



BAGWELL, OF MARLFIELD. 

RICHARD BAGWELL, of Marlfield, co. Tipperary, 
J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1869, and J.P. co. Water- 
ford, b. 9 Dec. 1840, educated at Harrow and 
Christ Church, Oxford, M.A., called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1866, late Capt. S. Tipperary 
Artillery; m. 9 Jan. 1873, Harriette I hilippa, dau. 
of Philip Jocelyn Newton, of Dunleckney, co. 
Carlow, and has issue, 

i. JOHN PHILIP (Chantry House, Melbourne, Derbyshire), 6. 
ii Aug. 1874; m - 2 3 J an - I 9i Louisa, youngest dau. of the 
late Maj. -Gen. George Shaw, C.B., and has issue, 

1. Richard, b. 21 Oct. 1901. 

2. William, b. 1905. 

i. Lilla Cecily, b. 26 Oct. 1902. 

1. Emily Georgiana. 2. Margaret. 

3. Lilla. 

Lineagre. WILLIAM BAGWELL, M.P. for Clonmel (son of John 
Bagwell, of Clonmel and Burgagary, banker, and grandson of 
William Bagwell, of Ballyloughane, living in 1707) ; m. 1749, Jane, 
dau. and co-heir of John Harper, of Belgrove, co. Cork, and dying 
1756, left, with three daus., a son and heir, 

JOHN BAGWELL, M.P. for co. Tipperary, and Col. of the Militia, 
who purchased Marlfield, co. Tipperary. He m. 1774, Mary, 
dau. of Richard Hare, of Ennismore, and sister of William, ist 
Earl of Listowel, by whom he had issue (with four daus., Margaret, 
m. John Kelly, of Strancally Castle ; Jane, m. Lieut.-Gen. Sir 
Eyre Coote ; Catherine, m. John Croker, of Ballinaguard ; and 
Mary, m. Henry Langley, of Brittas Castle) two sons, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Richard (Rev.), Dean of Clogher, who m. 1808, Margaret, dau. 
of Edward Croker, of Ballinaguard, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, successor to his uncle. 

2. Edward Bagwell Purefoy, of Greenfield, co. Tipperary, 
formerly Capt. 4th Hussars, Hon. Col. Tipperary Artillery 
Militia, High Sheriff co. Tipperary 1856, and Vice-Lieut, of 
the co. (see PUREFOY of Greenfields') ; d. 2 July, 1883. 

1. Margaret, m. Joseph Gore, of Derrymore, co. Clare. 

2. Mary, m. George Gough, of Woodstown, co. Limerick. 

3. Jane. m. Benjamin B. Frend. 

Col. Bagwell was s. at his decease by his eldest son, 

COL. THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM BAGWELL, of Marlfield, M.P., 
a Privy Councillor and Muster-Master-General for Ireland, at 
whose decease, unm. 1825, the estates devolved on his nephew, 

JOHN BAGWELL, of Marlfield, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff co. 
Tipperary 1834, M.P. for Clonmel 1857-74, b. 3 April, 1811 ; m. 21 
June, 1838, Hon. Frances Eliza Prittie, sister of Henry, 3rd Lord 
Dunalley, and d. 2 March, 1883, having by her (who d. 17 April, 
1901) had issue. 

1. RICHARD, now of Marlfield. 

2. William, of East Grove, Queenstown, J.P. co. Cork, b. 5 
March, 1849 ; m. 1881, Mary, dau. of C. Spring Rice, and has 
issue, 

i. John, M.V.O., Lieut. Norf. Regt., 6. 3 March, 1884. 

1. Dorcas Bousfield, b. 1882. 

2. Frances, h. 1886. 

1. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1886. 

2. Margaret, m. 1862, John Thornton Rogers, of River Hill, 
Kent. 

3. Emily, m. 1873, J. Carrington Ley, one of H.M.'s Inspectors 
of Schools. 

4. Fanny. 

Seat Marlfield, near Clonmel. Clubs Athensum, Oxford and 
Cambridge, S.W., and Kildare Street, Dublin. 



BAGWELL-PTJREFOY. See PTJREFOY. 



BAILIE OF RINGDTJFFERIN. 

The late MAJOR JAMES BAILIE, of Ringdufferin, 
co. Down, J.P., M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Major 
(retired) 87th R.I. Fusiliers, formerly of the 6oth 
Rifles, served ten years in India, and had the medal 
for the Indian Mutiny, 6. 31 Jrn. 1823 ; m. 15 May, 
1850, his cousin Charlotte Jemima, eldest dau. of 
Capt. William Cossart Carleton, 4th son of Very 
Rev. Peter Carleton, Dean of St. Patrick's, and d. 
28 Feb. 1896, bur. in Killyleigh Churchyard, having 
had issue, 

1. Edward Robert, d. in infancy, 1855. 

1. HARRIET LOUISA. 2. KATHLEEN. 

3. LOUISA. 

Lineagre. DAVID BAILLIE, of Lamington, the second son of 
SIR WILLIAM BAILLIE, of Lamington, and Marion his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Seaton, of Sea ton (see BAILLIE of Dochfour), was 
father of 

ALEXANDER BAILLIE, of Dunraget, b. about 1540, an Officer in the 
English Army, who purchased the lands of Innishargie, co. Dpwn, 
and had a son, 



IRELAND. 



Baker. 



ALEXANDER BAILIE, of Innishargie and Ringdufferin, co. Down, 
who altered the spelling of his surname, was b. 1587 ; d. 20 Aug. 
1682, leaving issue, 

1. John, of Innishargie, b. 1623, m. Catherine Gary, and d. 1687, 
leaving, with other issue, an eldest son, 

James, of Innishargie House, b. 1653 ; m. Jane, dau. of Sir 
Francis Annesley, of Castle William, co. Down, and d. 1710, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, 

John, of Innishargie House, co. Down, High Sheriff 1725, b. 
1697 ; m. Jane, dau. of Mathew Forde, of Seaforde, co. Down, 
and d. 1759, lea\ing, with other issue, a dau. Anne Sarah, 
m. William Mercer, of Fair Hill, co. Louth, and a son, 
James, of Innishargie House, which he sold, was High 
Sheriff 1767, M.P. for Hillsborough, b. 1724 ; m. Anne, dau. 
of Francis Hall, of Strangford, co. Down, and d.s.p. 1787. 

2. EDWARD, of whom we treat. 
The 2nd son, 

EDWARD BAILIE, settled at Ringdufferin, m. Elizabeth, only 
dau. of J ames Dunbar, and was s. by his eldest son, 



Lineage. THOMAS BAKER, the first of this family who settled 
at Lattinmore, co. Tipperary, went to Ireland with the Lord 
Deputy, Sussex. His widow, Anne Baker, who was living at 
Knockroid, Barony of Clanwilliam, 8 July, 1642, put in her claim, 
and that of her son, Walter, as sufferers, in 1641. This son, 

WALTER BAKER, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin 30 Sept. 1640, aged 
17, as 2nd son of Thomas Baker, of Lattinmore, 6. at Baiiuicallagh, 
1623. He got a re-grant from CHARLES II of the lands of Killenaliff, 
Lattinmore and Lattinbeg, Yorticord, and Kilpatrick, in co. Tip- 
perary, containing 1,200 Irish acres. This patent was enrolled 
5 May, 1677, and it states that the lands were in Thomas Baker's 
possession "long before the Great Rebellion" of 1641. He m. 
Martha Osborne, and left issue, three sons and two daus. The 
2nd son, 

RICHARD BAKER, of Lattinmore, co. Tipperary, s. his father. 
He m. and left issue, a son, 

WILLIAM BAKER, s. his father in his estates, and purchased, 1700 
(from Col. Blunt), the estate of Lismacue, and was High Sheriff 
1 co. Tipperary 1726. He m. 17 July, 1700, Margaret, eldest dau. of 



u. o ames unar, an was s. y s ees son, co. pperary 12. e . 1 uy, 100, argae, e u. o 

ALEXANDER BAILIE, who became the absolute purchaser of Ring- | Hugh Massy, of Duntryleague, co. Limerick, and had issue, seven 



dufferin in 1674. He was s. by his son, 

EDWARD BAILIE, of Ringdufferin, High Sheriff co. Down in 1730, 
who d. 1774, at the age of 84. His 2nd son, 

JAMES BAILIE, of Ringdufferin, b. 1735, J.P., Deputy-Governor 
of co. Down ; m. 1793, Sophia London, and, dying 1810, was s. by 
his eldest son, 

JAMES BAILIE, of Ringdufferin, b. 1797, Barrister-at-Law, J.P. 
and D.L., m. ist, 1821, Charlotte, dau. of Very Rev. Peter Carle- 
ton, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and by her (who d. 1825) had a 
son, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

He m. 2ndly, 1829, Harriett Alice, dau. of Rev. Henry Mahon, and 
had by her three daus., 

1. Louisa Anne, d. unm. 23 Dec. 1898. 

2. Sophia Emily, dec. 

3. Harriet Alice Gertrude. 

He d. June, 1863, when his only son, JAMES, s. him in the Ring- 
dufferin and a small portion of the old Innishargie estate. 
Seat Ringdufferin, Toy, near Killyleigh. 



BAINBRIDGE OF FRANKFIELD. 

JOHN HUGH BAINBRIDGE, of Frankfield, co. Cork, 
and of Elfordleigh, Plympton, S. Devon, Lieut 
R.N., b. 31 May, 1879 ; m. 23 July, 1907, Kathleen 
Irene, only dau. of the late Lewis Sparrow, of 
Strode, Ivybridge, Devon, and has issue, 

Rose Marie Irene, &. 20 Feb., 1909. 

Liineag'e Bainbridge, originally Baynbrig, is a name of great 
antiquity in the north of England. 

THOMAS BAINBRIDGE, of Croydon Lodge, Burslow, and Portnells, 
Surrey, and Queen's Square, London, m. Anne, dau. of Morgan 
Waters, of Tyfig, co. Glamorgan (by Grace his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Swan, of Great Coxwell, co. Berks), and widow of J. Rowlandson. 
of Lancaster and d. 8 Jan. 1830, leaving by her (who d. 21 Dec. 
1834) a son, 

JOHN HUGH BAINBRIDGE, of Frankfield, near Douglas, co. Cork, 
m. Jan. 1839, Jane Anne, dau. of Henry Westropp, of Richmond, 
co. Limerick, by whom (who d. g Oct. 1859) he had, 

1. JOHN HUGH, late of Frankfield. 

2. Ernest, b. 27 Feb. 1848 ; d. i Dec. 1849. 

3. Angelo Coutts, Indian Civil Service, b. 18 April, 1850 ; d. in 
India, 1876. 

1. Eleanor Jane, m. 3 June, 1863, Robert Samuel Gregg, D.D., 
Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross 1878, and afterwards Primate 
of all Ireland, and d. 26 June, 1893. He d. 1896, leaving issue. 

2. Jane Anne, m. July, 1886, Rev. Arthur John Spencer. 

Mr. Bainbridge was accidentally drowned, 10 June, 1877. His 
eldest son, 

REAR ADMIRAL JOHN HUGH BAINBRIDGE, of Frankfield, co. 
Cork, and Elfordleigh, Plympton, Devon, J.P. co. Cork, sometime 
A.D.C. to the Queen, b. 31 May, 1845 ; m. 14 Sept. 1875, Rose 
Catherine, dau. of Col. Edward Birch-Reynardson, C.B., of Rushing- 
ton Manor, co. Southampton, by Emily his wife, dau. of Vere Fane, 
of Little Ponton Hall, co. Lincoln (see BURKE'S Peerage, WEST- 
MORLAND, E.), and d. 10 Aug. 1901, having had issue, 

1. JOHN HUGH, now of Frankfield. 

1. Kathleen Grace Fane, m. 12 Sept. 1905, Licut.-Col. Hugh 
Fortescue Coleridge, D.S.O., and has issue. 

2. Gwendolen Eleanor, m. 4 June, 1901, Major A. B. Fox, Somer- 
setshire L.I. (Sandpits, Powick, Worcester), and has had issue. 

3. Dorothy Emily, m. Lieut. Bowles, R.A. 

Seat Frankfield, Cork. Residence Elfordleigh, Plympton, 
South Devon. 



BAKER OF LISMACTIE. 

ALLEN BAKER, of Lismacue, co. Tipperary, 
M.R.C.V.S., 6. 24 July, 1881 ; m. 7 July, 1910, 
Frances Violet (now of Ballinard), eld. dau. of the 
late Lieut.-Col. William Cooper -Chadwick, of 
Ballinard, Tipperary (see that family). 



sons and four daus., 

1. HUGH, his heir. 2. Charles. 

3. Thomas. 4. Richard. 

5. William. 6. Walter. 

7. Godfrey, of Cork, m. 1744, Elizabeth, dau. of Peter Cossart, of 

Cork, and had (with two daus., Elizabeth, m. Nicholas Wrixon, 

and Katherine, m. Thomas Pope) four sons, 

1. Godfrey, m. Margaret, dau. of Hugh, ist Lord Massy, and 
by her (who m. 2ndly, Capt. Wheeler, R.N., and was mother 
of Gen. Sir Hugh Wheeler, killed at Cawnpore) had issue, 

Godfrey Hugh Massy, m. Elizabeth, only child of Marma- 
duke Grace, and had an only dau. and heiress, 

Eleanor, m. 1848, Richard Rogers Coxwell Rogers, of 
Dowdeswell Court, co. Gloucester, and has issue. 

2. Hugh, m. Miss Phipps, and had issue, 

(1) Godfrey Phipps, Col. H.E.I.C.S. 

(2) George, Capt. R.A., m. and had one dau., m. Capt. 
Monck, 22nd Regt. 

(3) Hugh Cossart, Maj. H.E.I.C.S., m. Mary Popplewell, 
and had issue, 

Hugh (Rev.), d.s.p. 

Catherine, m. 1865, Augustin William Langdon, and has 

issue. 

(3! Dorcas, m. Gen. Peter Stewart, R.A., who d. 1867, 
leaving issue. 

3. Peter, d.s.p. 1813. 

4. WILLIAM MASSY, Col. H.E.I.C.S., settled at Fort William, 
Glanmire, co. Cork ; m. 19 Feb. 1807, Mary Towgood, only 
child of the Rev. Richard Davies, of Dawstown, co. Cork, and 
d. 12 Nov. 1829, leaving issue, 

(1) GODFREY THOMAS, of Fort William, b. 18 April, 1810 ; 
m. 1841, Maria Elizabeth, 4th dau. of Charles Silver Oliver, 
of Inchera, co. Cork, M.P., and by her (who d. 14 June, 
1901) left issue, 

Godfrey William, b. 24 Oct. 1851 ; d. at Heidelberg, n 

Dec. 1865. 

Maria Elizabeth Thomasine. 

(2) William, Col. H.E.I.C.S., m. Frances Roupell, dau. of 
James Simpson, and d. 1877, leaving issue, 

1. Godfrey Alexander, B..A. Cambridge. 

2. William Savage, B.A..T.C.D., Lieut, soth Regt. 

(3) Richard Davies, Capt. 5 ist Light Infantry, d.s.p. 1873. 

(4) Hugh Percy, Capt. Fusiliers, d.s.p. 12 Jan. 1846. 

(5) James Swayne, Capt. R.E., d.s.p. 1871. 

(1) Dorcas French, m. Capt. Francis J. Green, of Green- 
mount, co. Limerick, and d.s.p. 1830. 

(2) Eleanor Davies, m. 3 Aug. 1843, Edward Hoare Garde, 
and has issue. 

(3) Katherine Pope. 

(4) Elizabeth, m. Bolton. 

(5) Margaret, m. her cousin, the Rev. Godfrey Massy, of 
Mount Sion. 

(6) Alice, m. Shepherd. (7) Amy, d. unm. 
The eldest son, 

HUGH BAKER, of Lismacue, m. 1730, Catherine, dau. of Robert 
Ryves, of Ryves Castle, Ballyskiddane, co. Limerick, and d. 25 Jan. 
^772, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Thomas, m. May, 1771, Rose, dau. of Sir Nevil Hickman, Bt., 
had one son, dec. 

3. Hugh, m. Sydney Coates, and had issue. 

4 Walter, d. unm. 5. Edward, d. young. 

6. Kilner, m. ist, 9 Sept. 1783, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. and co-heir 
of the Rev. Robert Nettles, Rector of Ballinamona, co. Cork, and 
had issue, a son and two daus. He m. 2ndly, the dau. of Kilner 
Brasier, by whom he had no issue. 

1 Elizabe'th, m. May, 1759, her cousin, the Hon. John Massy, d.s.p. 
2. Margaret, m. Kilner Brasier. 3. Catherine, d. unm. 

WILLIAM BAKER, of Lismacue, Col. Irish Volunteers, m. Eliza- 
beth, 2nd dau. of the Very Rev. Charles Massy, of Doonass, Dean 
of Limerick, and sister of Sir Hugh Dillon Massy, ist bart., of 
Doonass, and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Hugh, m. Anne, dau. of James Reardon, of Tipperary, and d. 
1801, leaving issue, 

1. HUGH, who s. bis uncle at Lismacue. 

2. William, Rector of Shronel, co. Tipperary, m. Sidney, dau. 
of John Scott Baker, and d. 1874 leaving issue, 

Hugh Sidney (Rev.), Preacher of St. Patrick's Cathedral, 
Cashel, d. 1883. 



Balfe. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



24 



i. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1867. 

3. Charles Massy, Lieut.-Col. i4th Dragoons, d. unm. 

4. Robert, m. Miss Collins. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Henry Fry, of Frybrook, co. Roscommon. 

2. Catherine, m. Johnstone Stoney, of Oakley Park, King's Co. 

3. Grace, m. ist, Richard Taylor ; and andly, Maj.-Gen. Robert 
Philott, R.A. 

4. Margaret, d. unm. 

Mr. Baker d. 1808, and was s. by his eldest son, 

WILLIAM BAKER, of Lismacue, s. his father 1808 ; m. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Roberts, ist bart., of Brightfieldstown, co. Cork, 
but d.s.p. ; he was murdered 27 Nov. 1815, when he was s. by his 
nephew, 

HUGH BAKER, of Lismacue, b. i Aug. 1798 ; m. Marion, only 
child of Charles Conyers, of Castletown Conyers, co. Limerick, 
and left issue, 

1. HUGH, his heir. 

2. CHARLES CONYERS MASSY, late of Lismacue, which he pur- 
chased from his brother's heirs. 

8. William, M.A. 

4. Augustine Fitzgerald (Sir), M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Pres. of 
Incorporated Law Society of Ireland 1903 (56, Merrion Square, 
Dublin), b. 1851. 

1. Marion Elizabeth, m. George Cole Baker, J.P., who d. 1870. 

2. Anne, m Lieut.-Col. Morley Stratford Tynte Dennis, of 
Barraderry, co. Wicklow. She d. Jan. 1900. He d. 1902. 

3. Elizabeth Henrietta, m. Robert B. Gordon. 

4. Mary Rachel, m. John Twynam, of Soberton House, Hants. 
Mr. Baker d. 5 Nov. 1868, and was s. by his eldest son, 

HUGH BAKER, of Lismacue, b. 1845 ; m. i March, 1879, J 
Frances Elizabeth, dau. of John Massy, of Kingswell, co. Tipperary, j 
and d. 9 July, 1887, having by her (who m. andly, 13 Sept. 1888, 
Ralph Hall Bunbury, of Noremount, co. Kilkenny) had issue, 

HUGH, b. i March, 1880. 

Alice Maud Massy, b. 21 Aug. 1883. 

CHARLES CONYERS MASSY BAKER, of Lismacue, co. Tipperary, ; 
J.P., B.A. Worcester Coll. Oxford, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1847; m. \ 
10 June, 1880, Harriet Booth, dau. of George Allen, of Oakdale, ' 
Surrey, and had issue, 

1. ALLEN, now of Lismacue. 

2. Conyers, m. Feb. 1911, Susan Dorothea Geraldine, 2nd dau. I 
of Archdeacon Robert Jones Sylvester Devenish, Rector of 
Cahir (see DEVENISH of Mount Pleasant). 

3. Massy. 4. Dennis. 
1. Irene. 

Hed. 12 Jan. 1905. 

Seat Lismacue, Tipperary, co. Tipperary. 



BALFE OF SOUTH PARK. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH BALFE, of South Park, co. 
Roscommon, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1875 and 
1890, Capt. and Hon. Major $th Batt. Connaught 
Rangers, b. 10 June, 1850 ; m. 29 July, 1885, 
Kathleen, 4th dau. of John O'Conuell, D.L., and 
grand-dau. of Daniel O'Connell, of Derrynane Abbey, 
co. Kerry (see that family], and has issue, 

1. MICHAEL EDWARD JOSEPH, b. 13 Oct. 1887 ; m. 27 June, 
1911, Harriet, only dau. of Richard Galwey, of Ardsallagh, 
Cork. 

2. Maurice O'Connell Francis, b. 3 Dec. 1888. 

3. James Morgan, b. 8 Oct. 1889. 

1. Alice Elizabeth Mary Angela. 2. Kathleen Mary. 

Lineage. WALTER BALFE, of Heathfield, co. Roscommon (son 
of Michael Balfe, by his wife, a dau. of Foster, of Mount Foster, 
co. Galway, and grandson of Thomas Balfe), m. Jane, dau. of 
Nicholas French, of Frenchlawn, co. Roscommon, and by her 
had issue, two daus. (the elder m. John Invin, of Oran, and the 
younger, m. ist, Taaffe, and andly, Scully) and ten sons, 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 

2. John, of Lissadurn, co. Roscommon, m. a dau. of Thos. Smith, 
of Fort Castle, King's Co., and had two sons and one dau. 

3. Nicholas, d. unm. 4. Patrick, d. unm. 

5. Edmund, of Marlborough Street, Dublin, m. Elizabeth, 
youngest dau. of John Dolphin, of Turoe, co. Galway, and left 
issue, 

i. Nicholas, m. Miss Dubourdieu, and had issue. 

1. Eleanor Maria Theresa, m. 1853, Thomas Netterville, 
brother of Viscount Netterville, and d. 7 March, 1855. 

2. Maria, m. Dr. Veitch. 

6. Walter, an Officer in the Army, d. unm. 

7. George, d. unm. 8. Richard, d. unm. 

9. Christopher, m. Fanny, 3rd dau. of Thomas O'Conor, of New 
Garden, and left one son, 

Walter, Lieut.-Col. late nth Hussars, m. Miss Esme Mary 
Fitzgibbon (d. 14 July, 1907), and d. 4 March, 1899, leaving 
issue, two daus., of whom the younger, Frances Esme m. 
30 Jan. 1904, Major Frederick Arthur Fryer, Inniskilling 
Dragoons, son of Sir Frederick Fryer, K.C.S.I." 

10. James, of Runnymeade, co. Roscommon, m. Mary Anne \ 
younger dau. of Edward Martyn, of Tullyra Castle, co. Galway, I 
and left four daus., his co-heirs, 

i. Mary, m. 1852, Col. Charles Raleigh Chichester, eldest son 
of Sir Charles Chichester, K.C.T., and d. 1871 (see CHICHESTER- 
CONSTABLE). 



2. Ellen, m. 2 July, 1858, Charles Michael Berington, of Little 
Malvern Court, co. Worcester (see that family), and d. 18 Aug. 
1868. 

3. Jane, m. Capt. Newton Charles Chichester. 

4. Catherine, m. Col. De Morelle, and d. leaving a dau. 
The eldest son, 

MICHAEL BALFE, of South Park, m. ist, Sally, dau. of John 
Dolphin, of Turoe, co. Galway, and had by her an only child, 

Maria, m. Jeremiah John Murphy, Q.C., late a Master in Chancery 

in Ireland, and d. leaving issue. 

Mr. Balfe m. 2ndly, 1810, Alicia, dau. of Thomas Smith, of Fort 
Castle, Philipstown, King's Co., and widow of C. Taaffe, and by 
her (who d. 1834) had issue, 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 2. NICHOLAS, heir to his brother. 

3. PATRICK JOSEPH, successor to his brother. 

4. James, m. a dau. of Charles Hawkes, of Briarfield, co. Ros- 
common, and d. June, 1872, leaving two sons, Michael and James, 
and five daus., Caroline, Alice, Geraldine, Katie, and Mary Bella. 

1. Anne, m. Patrick Breen, J.P., of Castlebridge, co. Wexford, 
and d. 1850. 

2. Sarah, m. Thomas Blake, of Glenloe Abbey, co. Galway. 

3. Kate Mary, m. Morgan O'Connell, formerly M.P. for co. 
Meath, 2nd son of Daniel O'Connell, of Derrynane Abbey, co. 
Kerry, M.P. 

Mr. Balfe d. 1838, and was s. by his eldest son, 

MICHAEL BALFE, of South Park, who m. ist, Sarah, dau. of 
Thomas Redington, of Rye Hill, co. Galway, who d. 1833 ; and 
2ndly, Catherine, eldest dau. of Bernard Mullins, J.P., of Ballyeigan, 
King's Co., and of FitzWilliam Square, Dublin, but d.s.p. 1839, 
when he was s. by his brother, 

NICHOLAS BALFE, of South Park, who m. Jane, dau. of Andrew 
Ennis, of Roebuck, near Dublin, and dying s.p. 1856, was s. by his 
brother, 

PATRICK JOSEPH BALFE, of South Park, J.P., High Sheriff 
1858, late Capt. 5th Batt. Connaught Rangers, b. Sept. 1819 ; m. 
5 Nov. 1847, Anna Mary, 2nd dau. of William MacDermott, of 
Springfield, co. Galway, by Anna his wife, dau. of Maj. Bodkin, 
of Rahoon and Kilclooneg, co. Galway, and d. Dec. 1886, having 
by her (who d. 5 Sept. 1884) had issue, 

1. MICHAEL JOSEPH, now of South Park- 

2. Nicholas Dominick Joseph, b. 5 Aug. 1854 ; m. April, 1894, 
Margaret, dau. of the late Sir Patrick Hackett, Knt., and has 
issue, a dau. 

3. Patrick Joseph, b. i June, 1857. 

1. Annie Mary, m. 14 June, 1869, Charles Edward Hawkes, of 
Briarfield, co. Roscommon, J.P. 

2. Katie Mary, m. 26 Feb. 1875, Cornelius Alexander Keogh, late 
of Birchfield, co. Clare, and Oakport, co. Roscommon, J.P. 

3. Alice Mary Maude. 4. May Josephine Ignatius. 
Seat South Park, Castlerea, co. Roscommon. 



BALFOTJB, OF TOWNLEY HALL. 

BLAYNEY REYNELI. TOWNLEY BALFOUR, of Town- 
| ley Hall, co. Louth, J.P. cos. Louth, Meath and 
Drogheda, D.L. co. Louth, High Sheriff co. Louth, 
I 1885 and 1908. M.A., Trin. Coll.Camb., 6. 15 April, 
i 1845 ; . 2 4 Jan. 1906, Madeline Elizabeth, elder 
dau. of John Kells Ingram, LL.D., formerly Vice- 
Provost of Trin. Coll. Dublin. 

liineag-e. SIR WILLIAM BALFOUR, of Pitcullo, co. Fife, 
Governor of the Tower under CHARLES I, and settled in Ireland on 
the purchase of an estate in the co. Fermanagh, from his uncle, 
i Lord Balfour, of Clanawley (see BURKE s Extinct Peerages). He 
) m. ist, Helen, dau. ot Archibald, Lord Napier, and had, 

1. Alexander, Col. in the Dutch Army, m. Elizabeth Anne Bueuch. 

2. William, served in the Netherlands, and d.s.p. 

i He m. 2ndly, Isabella, a Dutch lady, widow of Henry Moore, and 
by her had, 

3. CHARLES, of whom presently. 

2. Emilia, m. before 1657, Alexander, 4th Earl of Moray, K.T. 
1. Isabella, m. 1649, John, 3rd Lord Balfour, of Burleigh. 

3. Susanna, m. Hugh, Lord Hamilton, of Glenawley. 
The younger son, 

CHARLES BALFOUR, of Castle Balfour, m. 1665, Cicely, dau. and 
heir of Sir Robert Byron, of Colwick, Notts, and d. May, 1713, 
leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

1. Lucy, m. ist, 1684, Hugh McGill, of Kirkestown, co. Down, 
and 2ndly, 1692, Blayney Townley, of Piedmont, co. Louth, and by 
him (who d. 22 Aug. 172) had, with other issue, 

i. HARRY, s. his uncle. 2. BLAYNEY, of whom presently. 

2. Another dau. 
The only son, 

WILLIAM BALFOUR, of Castle Balfour, attainted by JAMES II 
1689 ; d. unm. 1738, and was s. by his nephew, 

HARRY TOWNLEY, of Piedmont, co. Louth, who assumed the 
name of BALFOUR, under the will of his uncle, and s. to his estates 
in co. Fermanagh (afterwards sold to the Earl of Erne), b. 19 Dec. 
1693 ; m. 1724, Anne, dau. of Col. Henry Percy, and d. July, 1741, 
leaving with a dau., Einelia, a son, 

WILLIAM CHARLES TOWNELEY BALFOUR, of Castle Balfour, m. 
1754, Mary, dau. of Major Thomas Aston, and d.s.p. 21 Nov. 1759, 
and was s. by his uncle. 

BLAYNEY TOWNLEY BALFOUR, b. 1705 ; m. 30 Nov. 1734, nis 
cousin, Mary, dau. and heiress of Hamilton Townley, of Townley 



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Barcroffc. 



Hall, and relict of William Tenison, of Thomastown, co. Louth, 
and had, 

1. Hamilton, b. 1742, d. 1746. 

2. BLAYNEY TOWNLEY, High Sheriff co. Louth 1771, 6. 1744; 
tn. 20 Feb. 1768, Letitia, dau. of Francis Leigh, M.P. for Drogheda, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of Henry Bingham, of Newbrook, co. 
Mayo, and d.v.p. 8 Dec. 1771, leaving issue, 

i. BLAYNEY, successor to his grandfather. 

1. Anna Maria, m. 1793, Very Rev. Thomas Vesey Dawson, 
Dean of Clonmacnois, and nephew to Thomas, ist Lord Cre- 
morne. He d.s.p. 1811, and his widow d. 1820. 

2. Mary Frances, d. untn. 1820. 

Mr. Balfour d. 1788, aged 84, and was s. by his grandson, 

BLAYNEY BALFOUR, of Townley Hall, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 May, 
1769 ; m. 17 Oct. 1797, Lady Florence Cole, dau. of William 
Willoughby, ist Earl of Ennisk'illen, and by her (who d. i March, 
1862) had issue, 

1. BLAYNEY, his heir. 

2. Willoughby William (Rev.), for forty years Rector of Aston 
Flamville-cum-Burbage, co. Leicester, b. 10 Oct. 1801 ; d. unm. 
29 June, 1888. 

3. Francis Leigh, b. 22 Feb. 1805 ; d. at Honduras, 29 Oct. 1833, 
unm. 

4. Arthur Lowry, b. 3 Dec. 1809, Capt. 32nd Foot ; d. in India, 
13 July, 1850. 

5. Lowry Vesey, Secretary of the Order of St. Patrick, and 
Gen tleman-at- Large to the Lord Lieut., 6. 30 March, 1819 ; 
d. unm. 12 Feb. 1878. 

1. Anne Maria, b. 5 July, 1800 ; d unm. 1892. 

2. Letitia Frances, b. 7 Nov. 1805 ; d. unm. 1885. 

3. Florence Henrietta, b. 28 July, 1808 ; d. unm. 23 July, 1881. 

4. Elizabeth Sarah, d. unm. 1838. 

Mr. Balfour was Member of the Irish Parliament 1797-1800, for 
the borough of Belturbet, and was High Sheriff co. Louth 1792. 
He d. 22 Dec. 1856, and was s. by his eldest son, 

BLAYNEY TOWNLEY BALFOUR, of Townley Hall, J.P., High 
Sheriff co. Louth, 1841, Lieut. -Cover nor of the Bahama Islands 
1833, b. 2 July, 1709 ; m. 12 Jan. 1843, Elizabeth Catherine dau. and 
heiress of Richard Molesworth Reynell, of Reynella, co. Westmeath 
{see REYNELL of Killynon), and d. 5 Sept. 1882, leaving issue, 

1. BLAYNEY REYNELL, his heir. 

2. Francis Richard (Right Rev.), M.A., Assistant Bishop of 
Bloemfontein, South Africa, b. 21 June, 1846. 

1. Catherine Florence Agnes, b. 17 Jan. 1858 ; d. unm. 13 Jan. 
1912. 

2. Mary Henrietta, 6. 23 Oct. 1860. 

Seat Townley Hall, near Drogheda, co. Louth. Club 
Sackville Street, Dublin. 

BAM. See STEWART-BAM. 

BANNATYNE OF FANNINGSTOWN CASTLE. 
See BANNATYNE OF HALDON. 



BANON OF BROTJGHALL CASTLE. 

CHRISTOPHER JAMES 
PATRICK BANON, of 
Broughall Castle, 
King's Co., D.L., J.P., 
High Sheriff 1904, b. 
17 March, 1863 ; s. his 
father 1873 >' m - X 5 
Sept. 1908, his cousin, 
Rose, only dau. of 
Valerio, Count Ma- 
gawly Cerati de Calry 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, 
Foreign Titles). 

L i n e a g e j AMES 
O'BANON had issue, 

1. EDWARD, of whom next. 

2. James, Capt., who after 
the battle of the Boyne 
accompanied Sarsfield to 
France, where he left issue. 

The elder son, 

EDWARD BANON, of Rath- 
castle, co. Westmeath, b. 
1636 ; d. 1/05, being bur. at 
Templemavally Abbey. He 
m. a dau. of O'Molloy and left 
issue a son, 

THOMAS BANON, of Rath- 
castle, and Mearescourt, co. 

Westmeath, will dated 4 Dec. 1765, proved 1767 ; m. Mary , 

who had issue, 

1. EDWARD. 2. Christopher. 

1. Anne. 
The elder son, 

EDWARD BANON, of Meares Court, co. Westmeath, and Rath- 
castle, b. 1730, and d. (will proved 1804), having tn. Catherine, 
dau. of Francis Lyons, of Irishtown, co. West neath, by whom he 
had issue, 




1. Thomas, of Irishtown House, b. 1772 ; d. 1856, having m., 
1807, Bridget Ellenor (d. 1858), dau. of George Davys, J.P., of 
Clonbonny, co. Longford, by whom he had issue, 

1. Edward, b. 1808; m. 1844, a dau. of Masters, of Cregan, 
co. Roscomnun, and d. in Australia, leaving issue, a dau., 
Elizabeth Alice. 

2. Richard Davys, Insp.-Gen. of Hospitals, served in Sikh War 
and Indian Mutiny, b. 1812; d. 1870 ; having m. 1849, Adelaide, 
dau. of Thomas Penny White, M.A., Cambridge, by his 
marriage with Elizabeth Channing, of Fir Grove House, Drox- 
ford, Hants, and had issue, 

(1) Arthur, Capt. Indian Army (ret.), b. 1850. 

(2) Henry Charles, b. 1860. 

(3) Frederick Lionel, Col. late Shropshire L.I., A.A.G. War 
Office, served in Soudan Campaign 1885, and South African 
War 1899-1902, b. 2 June, 1862 (i, Sloane Gardens, S.W.) ; 
m. ii Dec. 1890, Helen Mary, dau. of Robert McEweu 
Mcllwraith, of 35, Hans Place, S.W., and has issue, 

Ronald Awly, b. 20 March, 1893. 

(4) Herbert, b. 1864 ; d. unm. 1887. 
(i) Mary. 

3. Christopher. 

i. Anne. 2. Frances. 3. Maria. 

2. Edward, b. 1776 ; d. 1790. 

3. Andrew, b. 1777. 

4. Christopher (Rev.), of Oldtown, b. 1778 ; d. 1847. 

5. JAMES, of whom next. 

1. Mary, m. John FitzGerald, of Redmondstown, and had issue. 
The sth son, 

JAMES BANON, of Irishtown, co. Westmeath, b. 1781 ; m. 1808, 
Mary Bridget, 2nd dau. of Count Patrick Awly Magawly de Calry 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, Foreign Titles), of Temora, King's Co. He d. 
1847, leaving by her (who d. 1833) issue, 

1. CHRISTOPHER, of whom next. 

2. Awly, M.D. (St. Andrews), Vice-Pres. Roy. Coll. Surg. (Ireland) 
1866-67, b. 1812 ; m. 2 June, 1840, Jane (d. n Feb. 1874), dau. of 
Henry Lambert, of Carnagh (see that family). He d.s.p. 1867. 

3. EDWARD JOSEPH, who s. his brother Christopher. 

4. Andrew, of Irishtown, J.P. ,b. 1823 ; m. 1864, Annie, eldest dau. 
of Edward Beatagh, Q.C., and d. 1891, leaving issue, 

i. Awly Edward 2. Edward. 

3. Andrew. 4. James Arthur. 

5. Christopher. 

i. Mary Jeanette. 2. Lucie. 

3. Nannie. 

1. Jeanette. 

2. Mary Frances, m. 1856, Gilbert Nugent, of Jamestown Court, 
co. Westmeath, and d. 1887, leavin-j issue. 

3. Ellen, d. unm. 

He was s. by his eldest son, 

CHRISTOPHER BANON, of Irishtown, J.P., who also s. his cousin, 
Sir Nicholas FitzSimon, D.L., M.P., in the Broughall Castle 
Estates, 1849. He was b. 1810 and d.s.p. 24 May, 1863, having 
m. Marie, relict of William Sweetman, being s. by his brother, 

EDWARD JOSEPH BANON of Broughall Cas.le, King's Co., J.P., 
D.L., R.M., co. Meath, served in the Crimean Campaign b., ? 
d. 1873, having m. 1857, Ellen, eldest dau. of John FitzGerald, of 
Carrick, co. Tipperary, by whom he had issue, 

1. CHRISTOPHER JAMES PATRICK, now of Broughall Castle. 

2. Edward Magawly, b. 6 Aug. 1868 ; m. June, 1909, Agnes, 
dau. of J . B. Manning, of Riverside Drive, New York. 

1. Ellen Mary. 

2. Frances Patricia, m. Edward Hamilton Barry, M.D. 

3. Benedicta Magawly. 4. Josephine Mary. 

Arms Vert, an Irish wolfhound courant arg. between three 
trefoils slipped or. Crest An arm in armour embowed, the hand 
grasping a sword entwined with a garland of trefoils, all ppr. 
Motto Fidelis et constans. 

Seat Broughall Castle, Frankford, King's Co. 



BARCROFT OF THE GLEN. 

JOSEPH BARCROFT, 
of the Glen, Newry, co. 
Down, M.A. Camb., 
B.Sc. London and 
Fellow King's Coll. 
Camb., b. 1872 ; 5. his 
father 18 Nov. 1905 ; 
m. 5 Aug. 1903, Mary 
Agnetta, younger dau. 
of Sir Robert S. Ball, 
and has issue, 

1. HENRY, b. 18 Oct. 1904. 

2. Robert Ball, b. 4 May, 
1909. 

Lineage. AM BROSE 
BARCROFT, of the Haigh, near 
Foulridge, and afterwards of 
Foulridge Hall, Lancashire, 
son of THOMAS BARCROFT, 

of Foulridge Hall, son of HENRY BARCROFT, of Foulridge 
younger son of WILLIAM BARCROFT, of Barcroft, Lancashire (who 
d. 1581), where his family was seated from the earliest times to 
which records extend, down to the middle of the i?th century 




Barrett. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



26 



(see WHITAKER'S History of Whalley). Barcroft passed by the 
marriage of one of the daus. and co-heirs of Thomas Barcroft, of j 
Barcroft, last of his line, who d. 1668 (great-grandson of William i 
Barcroft, above mentioned), to the Bradshaws, and afterwards by 
purchase to the Townleys. Ambrose Barcroft m. Mary, 
dau. of Hartley, of Wellhead, near Colne. His will, dated 
30 Sept. 1641, was proved at Chester 9 May, 1668. He had ! 
issue, 

1. Thomas, of the Haigh, m. Alice, dau. of J. Hargreaves, of 
Heyroyd, co. Lancaster, and had a son, Ambrose. 

2. Ambrose (Rev.), Incumbent of Cavan, went to Ireland with 
his brother. He left a dau. Ellen, m. Burroughs, of Dublin. 

3. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

4. John. 

5. Paul, of York. 

6. Robert, settled in Bedfordshire, and was ancestor of the 
BEARCROFT family. 

1. Mary, d. unm.. v.p. 

2. Janet, m. John Jackson, son of Christopher Jackson, of West- 
holme. 

The 3rd son, 

WILLIAM BARCROFT, went to Ireland and settled at Ballylaklng, 
King's Co., b. at Noyna, near Colne, Lancashire, 4 Aug. 1612 ; w. 
ist, Grace, dau. of Henry Rycroft, of Moss House, within 
Foulridge, and by her had five children, who were drowned with 
their mother when crossing to Ireland to join her husband. He m. 
sndly, Margaret, dau. of Daniel Bernard, of Allincot, Colne, co. 
Lancaster. She d. at Drumcooley, King's Co., 1700. He d, there 
2 Feb., 1696, and was bur. at Rosenallis, 4 Feb. following. By his 
second wife he had issue, 

1. AMBROSE, of whom presently. 

2. Thomas, d.s.p. 

3. John, a minister of the Society of Friends, b. 3 June, 1664; 
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Tibbs. He d. 24 Nov. 1723, 
leaving issue, extinct in the male line. His will was dated 
24 Jan. 1723. Her wiU, dated 9 March, 1739, was proved 
26 Nov. 1740 

1. Ellen, d. unm. 27 Aug. 1678. 
The eldest son, 

AMBROSE BARCROFT, of Drumcooley, King's Co., b. at Heigh. 
Thornton, Yorks, m. Jane, dau. of William Slade, of Athlone, 
and d. at Drumcooley, 4 May, 1687, having by her (who m. 2ndly, 
Gribble) had issue, 

1. Ambrose, b. 4 April, 1680 ; d. unm. 

2. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

3. Thomas, b. 2 June, 1686, d. 18 Nov. 1709. 

1. Ellen, b. 3 Nov. 1682 ; m. William Favle. 

2. Alice, b. 26 Aug. 1684 ; m. Joseph Medcalf. 
The 2nd son, 

WILLIAM BARCROFT, of Ballybritton, King's Co., b. 7 Feb. 1681 ; 
m. 24 May, 1705, Ellen, dau. of Joseph Inman, and d. at Bally- 
britton 5 June, 1709, having by her, who m. 2ndly, Daniel Bewley, 
had issue, 

1. Joseph, of Dublin, b. 31 March, 1706 ; m. ist, Molina, dmi. of 
Alexander J affray, of Kingswell, near Aberdeen, and had issue, 
who d. unm. He m. andly, 29 April, 1744, Hannah, dau. of 
Jonathan Thomas. His will, dated 3 May, 1784, was proved 
23 Dec. 1784. 

2. AMBROSE, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, b. 13 June, 1709; d. 2 Dec. 1709. 
The younger SDH, 

AMBROSE BARCROFT, of Dublin, b. 22 Aug. 1707, m. Abigail, dau. 
of Thomas Wilcocks. His will, dated 12 June, 1758, was proved 
24 Dec. 1760. He had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2 Thomas, m. Mary, dau. of Francis Penrose, of Waterford, and 

had, with a dau., two sons, Ambrose and Penrose. 

3. Joseph. 4. Ambrose. 
1. Elizabeth. 

The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BARCROFT, of Dublin, 6. n Jan. 1734; m. 17 Feb. 
1757, Mary, dau. of John Pirn, of Lackagh, Queen's Co. She d. 
23 April, 1782. He d. Dec. 1772, having had issue, 

1. Joseph, b. 1 8 Dec. 1757; m. Anne, dau. of Cartwright, 
and d. 1810, leaving two daus., 

1. Mary, m. Wright. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Bell. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

3. George, b. 28 May, 1700; m. Mary, dau. of Hutchinson, of 
Waterford, and had issue, 

1. Joseph Inman. 

2. William, a sea captain, accidentally killed at Liverpool. 

3. John, \ 

1. Sarah, > went to America. 

2. Mary, ) 

4. Ambrose, d. an infant. 
The second son, 

JOHN BARCROFT, of Lisburn, b. 30 Nov. 1758 ; m. Sarah, dau. of 
James Hogg, of Lisburn (uncle of Sir James Weir Hogg, Bart.). 
She b. 21 March, 1856, aged 82. He d. 30 July, 1815, having 
had issue, 

1. JOSEPH, of whom presently. 

2. Williun James, m. Hannah Wakefield, dau. of Dr. Hancock, 
and had issue, 

i. Mary. 2. Ruth. 

3. John Pirn, m. Anna, dau. of Thomas Malcomson, of Lurgan, 
and d. 18 Feb. 1867, having had issue, 

1. John, J.P. co. Armagh, b. 14 Dec. 1836 ; d. 7 Aug. 1907. 

2. Thomas Malcomson, J.P. co. Armagh, b. 17 March, 1838 ; 
d. 23 Nov. 1911, leaving issue, 

(i) John Pirn (Rev.), M.A. Dub. 



3. William, b. 16 Oct. 1839 ; m. Sarah, dau. of Joseph Barcroft. 

4. William Greer, b. 8 May, 1841. 

5. Jonathan Hogg, b. 1842. His widow, Margaret, d. 7 Sept. 
1908. 

6. Frederick. 
The eldest son, 

JOSEPH BARCROFT, of Lisburn, and afterwards of Stangmore 
Lodge, co. Tyrone, b. 1799 .' m - Mary, dau. of John Wandesford 
Wright, of New York, U.S.A. She d. 20 Jan. 1856. He d. 20 
Nov. 1855, having had issue, 

1. HENRY, late of the Glen. 

1. Elizabeth, m. 1864, Sir Samuel Lee Anderson, Principal Crown 
Solicitor for Ireland. He d. 1886. She d. 25 Sept. 1909. 

2. Sarah, of Stangmore Lodge, m. William Barcroft. 
The eldest son, 

HENRY BARCROFT, of the Glen, co. Armagh, D.L., High Sheriff 
1890, b. 1839 : d. 18 Nov. 1905 ; m. 1867, Anna (The Glen, Newry), 
dau. of David Malcomson, of Melview, co. Tipperary, and had 
issue, ' 

1. JOSEPH, now of The Glen. 

2. David Malcomson, b. 1875. 

1. Sarah Richardson. 2. Mary. 

3. Anna Henrietta. 

Arms Arg. a lion ramp. sa. in the dexter chief point a t-efoil 
slipped vert. Crest A demi bear rampant gu. muzzled and charged 
on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped or. 

Seat The Glen, Newry. Club Cambridge University. 

BARRETT-HAMILTON. See HAMILTON. 
BARRINaTON- WHITE. See WHITE. 

BARRINGTON. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BARRINGTON, Bart. 

BARRY OF FIRVILLE. 

FREDERICK FRANCIS 
BARRY, of Firville, co. 
Cork, 6. 3 Aug. 1859 ; 
m. 15 July, 1889, Wini- 
fride Mary (d. 14 July, 
1907), dau. of E. Ingress 
Bell, F.R.I. B.A., of St. 
Stephen's, Sutton, Sur- 
rey, and has issue, 

1. Magdalen Phyllis, b. 24 
April. 1890. 

2. Helen Mary, b. 22 May, 
1902. 

liineag-e. MICHAEL 
BARRY, of Elm Park, Farran 
co. Cork, b. 1783 ; m. 21 Feb. 
1804, Eliza (b. 1781), dau. of 
Valentine McSwiney, ot Mac- 
room, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1. James, b. 1805. 

2. Valentine, b. 1808 ; m. 
McSwiney, d.s.p. 

3. Charles, b. 1809. 4. MICHAEL, of whom next. 

5. Thomas, b. 1814 ; m. a dau. of Ellen Hardinge, dau. of Henry 
Harding, of Firville, Macroom, co. Cork, and had issue with a 
son who d. unm. 

Michael of Firville, Macroom, which property he inherited from 

his mother, d.s.p. 1908. 

Ellen. 
1. Eliza, b. 1812 ; d. unm., 

M^CHAET BARRY, M.R.I.A., Barrister-at-Law, Professor of Law, 
Queen's University, Ireland, b. 24 Sept. 1810 ; d. 24 June, 1869, 
m. 20 June, 1835, Helen, dau. of James Hardman, of Clough Hall, 
Kenyon, Lanes., and Devonshire Place, London, by whom he 
had issue, 

1. MICHAEL THOMAS RICHARD, of whom next. 

1. Sarah, b. 19 Aug. 1837 ; m. 1873, as his 2nd wife, James Fitz- 
gerald Lombard (see LOMBARD of South Hill). 

2. Helen, b. 3 May, 1839 ; m. as his 2nd wife, 25 Sept. 1883, 
M. J. Clery, J.P. co. Limerick, of Moorfield, co. Dublin, who d.s.p. 

3. Anne, b. n April, 1842; m. 14 Sept. 1868, W. A. Craig, of 
Crotonstown House, co. Kildare, J.P., M.R.I.A., and has issue. 

4. Henrietta, b. 30 June, 1843. 

5. Celia, a nun, b. 22 May, 1845. 
The only son, 

THE HON. MICHAEL THOMAS RICHARD BARRY, Acting Chiet 
Justice of Gold Coast, b. 16 April, 1836 ; d. 1866 ; m. 7 Oct. 
1858, Laura Frances, dau. of John Rorke, of Tyrrelstown, co. 
Dublin, and by her had issue, 

1. FREDERICK FRANCIS, now of Firville. 

1. Mary Helen, m. as his 2nd wife, 2 Feb. 1886, Aime F. Pitel, 
of the Wintons, East Croydon, Surrey, and has issue. 

2. Laura, m. A. de Massias, killed with all issue in the disaster at 
St. Pierre, Martinique. 

Arms Barry of six arg. and gu., on a chief vert, a ship between 
two trefoils slipped or. Crest Out of a castle with two towers or, 
a wolf's head per pale arg. and gu., langued of the last. - Motto 
Boutez en avant. 

Seat Firville, Macroom, co. Cork. Residence St. Helens, 
Wallington, Surrey. 




IRELAND. 



Barry. 



BARRY OP 

HENRY JOSEPH 
ARTHUR ROBERT 

BRUNO STAND ISH 

BARRY, of Leamlara, 
co. Cork, J.P., 6. 8 Nov. 
1873 ; m. 1 8 April, 
1 899, Eleanor Lilian 
Helene, dau. of Maj.- 
Gen. C. B. Lucie- 
Smith, M.S.C., and has 



LEAMLARA. 




ssue, 

1. CHARLES HENRY JOSEPH 
ROBERT GARRETT STAND- 
ISH, b, g Feb. 1900. 

1. Marcella Standish. 

2. Margaret Standish. 
Lineage. JOHN BARRY, 

of Leamlara, temp. CHARLES 

I, m. Isabel Nagle, of 

Moneanimie, and had a son, 

GARRETT, his heir. By a grant from CHARLES I, in the isth 

year of his reign (1636), the family estates were confirmed to this 

proprietor. John Barry was s. by his son, 

GARRETT BARRY, of Lemlara, or Leamlara, who obtained from 
CHARLES II a confirmatory grant of Leamlara. He m. Ellen, dau. 
of Daniel Duff O'Cahill, by Ellen his wife, dau. of M'Cartie Reagh. 
He was s. at his decease by his son, 

DAVID BARRY, of Leamlara, who m. Catherine, dau. of Standish 
Grady. of E'ton, co. Limerick, and was father of 

STANDISH BARRY, of Leamlara, who m. 1708, Eleanor, dau. of 
Thady Quin, of Adare, co. Limerick, and had issue, three sons, 
DAVID ; GARRETT ; and John, d. unm. ; and six daus., Catherine, 
m. Joseph Anthony; Elizabeth, m. Patrick Lacy, of Miltown, co. 
Limerick, whose dau. was mother of Sir De Lacy Evans, K.C.B.; 
Margaret, m. John Stack ; Mary ; Eleanor ; and Anne, m. Simon 
Haly, of Ballyhally. The eldest son, 

DAVID BARRY, of Leamlara, dying without issue, was s. by his 
brother, 

GARRETT BARRY, of Leamlara, who m. Mary Anne Hussey, dau. 
of the Baron of Galtrim, and, dying in 1786, left with two daus., 
Anne, wife of Timothy Deasy, and Eleanor, wife of Hatton Conron, 
a son, 

STANDISH BARRY, of Leamlara, who m. July, 1787, Margaret, dau. 
of Philip Roche, of Limerick (see ROCHE of Granagh Castle), and 
had three sons and three daus., 

1. GARRETT STANDISH, his heir. 2. John, d. unm. 1833. 

3. HENRY STANDISH, who s. his brother as male hdr of the 

family, 1864. 

1. Margaret, m. Thomas Butler, of Ballycarron. 

2. PENELOPE, of Leamlara, who purchased the estate from her 
eldest brother, and is deceased. 

3. Anne. 

Mr. Barry d. April, 1821, and was s. by his eldest son. 

GARRETT STANDISH BARRY, of Leamlara, co. Cork, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1830. Mr. Barry was the first Catholic Member of 
Parliament elected by the co. Cork, after the Act of Emancipation 
in 1829. He d. 26 Dec. 1864, and was 5. in the representation of 
the family by his next surviving brother, 

HENRY STANDISH BARRY, of Leamlara, m.18^6, Angelina, youngest 
dau. of William Brander, of Mordeii Hall, Surrey, and ^.31 Aug. 
1870, leaving a son and successor, 

CHARLES STANDISH BARRY, of Leamlara, co. Cork, J.P., b. 1847 ; 
m. 5 Aug. 1869, Hon. Margaret Mary Southwell, dau. of Lieut.- 
Col. Hon. Arthur Francis Southwell, and sister of the 4th Viscount 
Southwell, K.P., and d. 10 Nov. 1897, leaving issue, 

HENRY JOSEPH ARTHUR ROPERT BRUNO STANDISH, now of 

Leamlara. 

Winifred Mary Standish, d. unm. 15 May, 1892. 

Arms Arg., three bars gemels, gu. Crest A castle arg., from 
the top issuing a wolf's head sa. Motto Boutez en avant. 

Seat Leamlara House, Carrigtuohill, co. Cork. 

BARRY OF SANDVILLE. 

JAMES GRENE BARRY, of 
Sandville, and of Bellevue, 
co. Limerick, J.P. and D.L., 
b. 20 April, 1841 ; m. 20 June, 
1 88 1, Mary Elizabeth, only 
dau. of Thomas Kane, M.D., 
J.P., of Whitehall, Limerick, 
and has issue, 

1. JAMES THOMAS, B.A. and B.E. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 8 June, 1882. 

2. Gerald, of Thurles, M.R.C.V.S.. 
b. 18 Dec. 1883. 

3. Donal, b. 29 Sept. 1885, Assist. 
Commissioner, Malay Fed. States 
Police. 

4. William, b. 2 April, 1887. 

5. John, b. 30 Dec. 1893. 

1. Mary Nesta, b. 6 Dec. 1888. 

2. Anna Maud, b. 5 Feb. 1892. 




Lineage. By an Inquisition taken at St. Francis* Abbey, 
1 Limerick, dated 12 March, 1623, DONAL BARRY, of Ballyguybeg, 
in the barony of Clanwilliam, co. Limerick (who d. 30 April, 
1612), was found to have held in fee ultra reprisas, the lands 
of Ballyguybeg and Bohergar. By his wife, Sabina O'Hea (living 
12 March, 1623), he had issue, 

1. DONAL, his heir. 

2. David, was father of MacDavid Barry, of Farnane, who was 6. 
1648 ; d. 6 July, 1736, having had issue, by his wife (who d. 1737), 

1. Michael, of Farnane, d.s.p. 1748. 

2. Thomas, of Rathwood. 3. Edmund. 
4. David. 

i. Mary, m. R. Hayes, of Killuragh. 

3. Edmund. 4. Lewis. 
1. Elizabeth. 

The eldest son, 

DONAL BARRY, b. 1588, aged 24 years at his father's death ; m. 
Joanna, dau. of John Bourke, of Brittas. co. Limerick, and d. 
1633. There is an elaborate inscription on his tomb and his coat of 
arms, with the crescent, distinguishing his descent from a 2nd son ; 
he is described as the " very noble " of the " ancient race of Barry " 
who had " served his country with liberality." Donal Barry had 
issue, 

1. DONAL, who s., m. Mary, dau. of O'Ryan, of Annagh, co. 
Limerick. Having joined the confederate Catholics in 1642, his 
property was confiscated, and he and his family transplanted 
across the Shannon (certificate of transplantation dated 19 Dec. 
1653). This branch of the family became extinct on the death of 
James Barry in 1766. 

2. DAVID, of whom next. 3. Edmund. 

4. Thomas. 
The 2nd son, 

DAVID BARRY, of Fryarstown, m. the dau. and co-heiress of 
William Ryan, of Clonkeen, and d. after 1655, leaving issue, JOHN, 
and Gerald (or Garrett). The elder son, 

JOHN BARRY, of Fryarstown, had issue, GARRETT, David, and 
Thomas. The eldest son, 

GARRETT BARRY, of Fryarstown, m. a dau. of Raleigh of Ballin- 
goulagh, by whom he had JOHN, Garrett, and Daniel (or Donal). 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BARRY, of Fryarstown, d. 1761. By his wife Mary Burke, 
of Lodge, he had issue, a dau., Mary, and a son, 

JAMES BARRY, of Fryarstown, b. 4 Feb. 1749 ; m. 3 Nov. 1767, 
Anastatia, dau. of M. Bourke, of Askeaton, and d. i May, 1819, 
having had issue, 

1. James, of Rockstown, b. 3 May, 1771 ; m. 10 Feb. 1812. 
Mary, dau. of John Molony, of Cragg, co. Clare (see that family), 
and d. 25 f uly, 1828, leaving issue, three daus., 

1. Dilliana, of Rockstown, m. n July, 1846, Ralph Westropp 
Brereton, of Ballyadams, Queen's Co., and has issue. 

2. Mary, m. 8 Jan. 1833, Henry Potter, of Ballynolan, co. 
Limerick. 

3. Alice, m. 10 Oct. 1841, Chartres Brew Molony, of Ennis, 
and left issue. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

3. Thomas, b. 1783, m. Mary, dau. of Jasper Hartwell, of Bruff, 
d. 1837, and leaving issue. 

The 2nd ^on, 

JOHN BARRY, of Fryarstown (now Sandville), b. 20 Feb. 1779 ; m. 
13 Feb. 1804, Mary", dau. of R. O'Shaughnessy, of Friarstown 
Lodge, and by her (who d. 3 April. 1855) had issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

2. Thomas, of Caherline, b. 1809 ; m. 26 Aug. 1835, Margaret, 
dau. of M. Bourke, of Ballyglass, and by her (who a. 14 Dec. 
1860) had issue. He d. 22 March, 1866, and was bur. at Sand- 
hurst, Australia. 

3. John, of Sandville. b. 1824 ; d.s.p. 10 Nov. 1860. 

1. Marianne, m. 27 Feb. 1843, John Ball (who d. 15 Feb. 1849), 

and d. 14 March, 1901, leaving issue. 
Mr. Barry d. 29 Aug. 1839, and was s. by his son, 

JAMES 'BARRY, of Bellevue, Croom, co. Limerick, J.P., b. 17 Nov. 
1805 ; m. ist, 18 July, 1833, Christina, dau. of Daniel Cianchy, 
D.L., of Charleville. She d.s.p. 6 May, 1835. He m. 2ndly, 29 
Nov. 1837, Maria Helena, dau. of John Grene, of Cappamurra, 
Cashel, of an ancient Kent family, and d. 3 Sept. 1856, having 
by her (who d. 2 June, 1878) had issue, 

1. JAMES GRENE, his heir. 

2. Albert (Rev.), C.S.S.R., of Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick, 
b. 23 May, 1842 ; d.s.p. 3 June, 1909. 

3. William, of Buenos Ayres, b. 21 Oct. 1850. 

4. Nicholas, of Limerick, b. 5 Aug. 1853. 

5. John, of Victoria, Australia, b. 27 Nov. 1856. 

1. Annie, b. 14 June, 1844 ; m. 30 Nov. 1867, Thomas Butler, of 
Suirvale, Tipperary, and d. 14 Jan. 1898, leaving issue. 

2. Mary, b. 29 April, 1855. 

Arms Arg. three bars gemel gu., a bordure and hi. chief a 
crescent az. for difference. Crest Out of a castle arg. charged 
with a crescent as in the arms, a wolf's head sa. Motto Bouter 
en avant. 

Seat Sandville House, Ballyneety ; and Bellevue, Croom, co. 
Limerick. Club County Club, Limerick. 



BARRY OF CASTLE COR. 

WILLIAM NORTON BARRY, of Castle Cor, co. Cork, 
J.P., b. 20 June, 1859 ; m. ist, Feb. 1 88 1, Constance 
Marianne, 3rd dau. of Frederick John Walker, of The 



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Priory, Bathwick. He m. 2ndly, I June, 1899, 
Adelaide Maude, 5th dau, of Sir John Wrixon Becher, 
3rd bart. 

Lineage. RICHARD BARRY, m. 15 June, 1754, Mary Norton, 
.and had issue, 

RICHARD BARRY, nth Hussars, m. Eliza, dau. of Darby j 
O'Grady, of Rockbarton, co. Limerick, and sister of Standish, 
ist Viscount Guillamore, purchased the estate of Castle Cor from 
the family of Deane Freeman, and had issue (with a dau., Frances, ' 
m. July, 1833, Dudley Persse, of Roxborough, see that family) 
a son and heir, 

WILLIAM NORTON BARRY, of Castle Cor, J.P., Major 8th Hussars ; | 
b. 1820 ; m. ist, 1845, Arabella, dau. of Col. Persse, by whom he 
had a dau. Elizabeth, m. Oct. 1868, John Short, of Bickham, co. j 
Devon. He m. andly, 19 Jan. 1856, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William 
Wrixon-Becher, ist bart. of Ballygiblin, and d. 1871, leaving by 
her (who d. 22 May, 1906), with a dau., Frances Norton, b. 1861 ; 
^. 1862, a son and heir, WILLIAM NORTON, now of Castle Cor. 

Seat Castle Cor, Kanturk, co. Cork ; and Derry Keel, Gort, co. 
Galway. Club Army and Navy. 



BTJRY-BARRY OF BALLYCLOTJGH. 

JAMES ROBERT 
(BARRY) BURY - 

BARRY, of Bally - 
clough, co. Cork, J.P., 
High Sheriff 1910, b. 
.3 Jan. 1875 ; s. his 
.great-uncle in 1888, 
when he assumed, by 
Royal Licence, 12 
Jan. 1889, the ad- 
ditional name of 
BARRY ; m. 3 Oct. 
1906, Judith Isabel, 
only dau. of W. R. 
Ringrose-Voase, J.P., 
of Anlaby House, Yorks. (see that family), and has 
issue, 

Nesta Anne. 

.Lineag-e. REDMOND BARRY, of Lisnegar and Rathcormack, 
co. Cork, M'Adam Barry, m. ist, Mary, dau. of John Boyle, of 
Castle Lyons, co. Cork, ard had issue, a son and two daus., 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

1. Anne, m. Samuel Hartwcll, Capt. in the Armv, slain at Landen, 
1693. 

2. Catherine, m. Alan Brodrick, ist Viscount Midleton. 

-Mr. Barry m. zndly, 1666, Jane, eldest dau. of Sir Nicholas Purdon, 
Knt. of Ballyclough, co. Cork, M.P. for Baltimore, and had, with 
two daus., another son, 

2. REDMOND, of Ballyclough, co. Cork, who m. 1700, the dau. of 
Samuel Crofts, of Velvecstown, co. Cork, and by her had a son 
and heir, 

REDMOND, of Ballyclough, High Sheriff co. Cork 1734, who 
m. Henrietta, 2nd dau. of William' Dunscombe, of Mount 
Desart, co. Cork, and had issue, 

JAMES, his heir, of whom hereafter, as successor to his 

cousin, Redmond Barry, of Rathcormack, as M'ADAM BARRY. 

Mary, m. Richard Aldworth St. Leger, Viscount Doneraile. 

"Mr. Barry, whose will, dated 3 March, 1681, was proved 23 March, 

1690, was s. by his elder son by his ist wife, 

JAMES BARRY, of Rathcormack, M'Adam Barry, Col. in the 
Army, who m. ist, Mary, dau. of Abraham Anselm, of London, 
and had issue, two sons and a dau., viz., 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

2. REDMOND, successor to his brother. 
1. Mary, d. unm. 

Col. Barry m. 2ndly, Susanna, dau. of John Townsend, of Timo- 
leage, co. Cork, by Lady Katherine Barry his wife, dau. of Richard, 
Earl of Barrymore, and had issue, two sons, David, M.D., Patrick, 
M.D., both d.s.p. ; and two daus., Elizabeth, m. Noblett Dunscombe 
of Mount Desart, co. Cork ; and Katharine, m. John Townsend, 
Col. Barry was s. by his elder son, 

JAMES BARRY, of Rathcormack, M'Adam Barry, High Sheriff co. 
Cork 1721, who d. unm. and was s. by his next brother, 

REDMOND BARRY, of Rathcormack, M'Adam Barry. He d.s.p. 
1750, and was s. by his cousin, 

JAMES BARRY, of Ballyclough, M'Adam Barry. He m. March 
1765, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of Abraham Greene, of Bally- i 
machree, co. Limerick, and d. 25 Oct. 1793, leaving an elder son and i 
.heir, 

REDMOND BARRY, of Ballyclough, M'Adam Barry, d. unm. 10 
-Feb. 1812, when the representation devolved upon his brother, 

HENRY GREENE BARRY, of Ballyclough, M'Adam Barry, Major- 
'Gen. m the Army, High Sheriff co. Cork 1821, who m. 21 Sept. 1804, 




Phoebe, dau. of John Armstrong Drought, of Lettybrook, King's Co., 
and d. 13 May, 1838, leaving issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir, of Ballyclough. 

2. Henry, Capt, E.I.C.S., killed in Burmah 1853, unm. 

3. Redmond (Sir), LL.D. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Senior Puisne 
Judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Chancellor of the 
University of Melbourne. 4. ST. LEGER, of Ballyclough. 

5. John Richard, Lieut. 86th Foot, d. in India, unm. 

6. William Wigram, C.B., Maj.-Gen. R.A., d. 19 April, 1883. 

1. Letitia, m. Rev. Robert Bury, of Carrigrenane, co. Cork, 
Prebendary of Coole, son of Phineas Bury, of Little Island (see that 
family), and grandson of Phineas Bury, of Little Island, sth son of 
John Bury, of Shannon Grove (see BURY of Charleville). He d. 
1853, having had issue, 

1. Robert, Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards, m. Anna Maria, daa. of 
Richard Hart, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 29 April, 1891, Capt. 
J. R. Broadley, R.N.) left issue, a son and a dau., 

JAMES ROBERT BARRY, now of Ballyclough, s. his great-uncle 
1883, and assumed the additional name of BARRY. 
Letitia Mary, m. 1896, Capt. Norman Layton, Royal Sussex 
Regt. 

2. John Thomas, Capt. R.A., A.D.C. to Major-Gen. Primrose. 

1. Phoebe Hester Jane, m. 4 May, 1861, Gen. Robert Pratt, 
C.B. (who d. 27 Dec. 1886). 

2. Letitia Elizabeth, m. Capt. Richard Pennefather Going, of 
Ballynonty House, co. Tipperary. 

3. Hester Beatrice, m. ist, 1861, Capt. Francis Fox (who d. 
1864), grandson of Col. and Lady Anne Fox, of Fox Hall, co. 
Longford (see that family), and 2ndly, 16 Feb. 1865, Major- 
Gen. George de la Poer Beresford, Madras S. Corps, and 
has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage, DECIES. B.). 

4. Charlotte Mary, m. 8 Oct. 1864, Capt. Crofton Toler Van- 
deleur late loth Hussars, and 7th Dragoon Guards (see VAN- 
DELEUR of Kilrush). 

2. Eliza, m. Col. Murray Simpson. 

3. Caroline, d. unm. i April, 1872. 

4. Katherine, m. Col. Osborne Broadley, and d. 6 Feb. 1873, 
leaving issue. 5. Phoebe, d. unm. 

6. Charlotte, m. John Carroll, J.P., Barrister. He d. 1875. She d. 
1901. 

7. Louisa, d. unm. 
His eldest son, 

JAMES BARRY, of Ballyclough, M'Adam Barry, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1841, b. 28 July, 1805 ; Capt. in the Army ; m. 2 
March, 1841, Olivia Maria, dau. and sole heiress of Francis Drew, 
of Mocollop Castle, co. Waterford, and d.s.p. 30 April, 1881. His 
widow m. 2ndly, 1883, Lieut.-Col. George Edward Hillier, C.B., 
late Inspector-Gen. Roy. Irish Constabulary, and d. 1884. Mr. 
Barry was s. by his brother, 

ST. LEGER BARRY, of Ballyclough, M'Adam Barry, J.P., late 
Capt. 6sth Foot, b. 1835 ; m. 1883, Mary Caroline Theresa, dau. of 
George Carr, and d. 7 July, 1888, and was s. by his grand-nephew, 
as above. 

Arms Quarterly : ibt and 4th, Barry of six arj;. and gu., for 
BARRY ; 2nd and 3rd, vert, a cross- crosslet or, in chief a crescent 
arg. for difference, for BURY. Crests ist, BARRY Out of a castle 
arg. a wolf's head couped sa. langued gu. ; 2nd, BURY A boar's 
head couped at the neck or, tusked arg., langued gu., transfixed 
through the neck by a spear ppr., and charged with a crescent 
for difference gu. Mottoes Under the arms Boutez en avant ; 
over the 2nd crest Virtus sub cruce crescit. 

Seat Ballyclough, Kilworth, co. Cork. 



BARRY OF SUMMER HILL. 

JOHN EDMUND BARRY, of Summer Hill House, 
co. Wexford, J.P. and D.L., b. 1853 ; m. ist, 1880, 
Minnie, only dau. of the late Richard Joseph 
Devereux, M.P., of Summer Hill, co. Wexford. She 
d. 1893, having had issue a son d. 1898. He m. 
2ndly, 1898, Olivia Goodall, widow of Maj.-Gen. A. ; 
Loftus Steele, and dau. of the late Capt. George 
Pemberton Pigott, of Slevoy Castle (see that family), 
and by her has issue, 

RAYMOND CHARLES DEVEREUX, b. 1899. 

Lineage. SIR JOHN EDMUND BARRY, Knt., of 12, Mountpy 
Square, Dublin, President of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce 
1897-9. member of the Dublin Port and Docks Board, 1867-97, and 
since 1899, Member of Board of Superintendence of Dublin Hospitals, 
and Governor Royal Hibernian Military School, Phoenix Park, 
since 1903, b. 6 Feb. 1828, eldest son of the late John Barry, 
merchant, of Dublin ; m. i Sept. 1849, Teresa, dau. ot the late 
John Keefe, of Ifterknock, co. Meath, and has, with other issue, 
an eldest son, 

JOHN EDMUND, of Summer Hill. 

Residences Rocklands, Wexford, and Ballygeary. Club Con- 
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IRELAND. 



Barton. 




SMITH-BARRY OF BALLY EDMOND. 

ROBERT COURTENAY 
SMITH-BARRY, of Bally 
Edmond, co. Cork, J.P., 
b. 19 Feb. 1858. 

Lineage. JOHN COURTE- 
NAY, son of George Courtenay, 
m. Anne, dau. of Browne, 
of Bally Edmond, co. Cork, 
and left with a younger son 
Thomas, an elder son, 

GEORGE COURTENAY, of 
Bally Edmond, m. Anne, eldest 
dau. of Leonard Ashe, of 
Drishane, co. Cork, and by 
her, who d. 1823, had with 
other issue, a son, 

ROBERT COURTENAY, of 
Bally Edmond. J.P., m. by 
licence, 20 Sept. 1790, Cathe. 
rine, and dau. of John Nash, 
of Ballyheen, co. Cork (see 
NASH of Finnstown), and by 
her, who d. 1799, had issue, 

1. George, of Dromadda, 
co. Cork, High Sheriff 1826, 
b. 1795 ; m. settlements 
dated 29 July, 1814, Caro- 
line Augusta, eldest sister of John Smith Barry, of Marbury 
Hall, Cheshire and Fota, co. Cork (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
BARRYMORE, B.). She d. 28 May, 1853. He d.v.p. 10 Dec. 1837, 
having had issue, 

1. GEORGE, s. his grandfather. 

2. John, b. 1824 ; d. 1843. 

r. Caroline Augusta, m. 1840, Mountiford Longfield, D.L., 
of Castle Mary, co. Cork, who d. 8 Nov. 1864, leaving issue 
(see that family). 

2. JOHN, .9. his nephew George. 

1. Anne, m. 1811, Simon Dring, of Rockgrove, co. Cork, and 
d.s.p. 1812. He d. 13 Dec. 1833. 

. Eliza Mary, m. 21 April, 1814, John Smith Barry, of Marbury 
Ha'l, and Fota. and d. 16 April, 1828, having by him, who d. 
26 Feb. 1837, had issue, 

1. John, b. 25 Sept. 1821 ; d. unm. March, 1834. 

2. James Hugh, father of the ist BARON BARRYMORE (see 
BURKE s Peerage). 

3. Robert Hugh, Capt. loth Hussars, b. 13 Jan. 1820 ; d. unm. 
25 April, 1849. 

4. RICHARD HUGH, of whom presently. 

i. Anne, b. 14 March, 1817 ; d. unm. Nov. 1834. 

3. Catherine Mary, d. unm. 1813. 

Mr. Robert Courtenay was s. by his grandson, 

GEORGE COURTENAY, of Bally Edmond, b. 1822 ; d. unm. 1844, 
when he was s. by his uncle, 

JOHN COURTENAY, of Bally Edmond and Ballymagooly, co. 
Cork, High Sheriff 1852, b. 1798, s. his nephew 1844, but d. unm. 
1861, when he was s. by his nephew, 

RICHARD HUGH SMITH BARRY, of Bally Edmond, J.P. and D.L., 
co. Cork, and J.P. Hants, Capt. (retired) i2th Lancers, and some- 
time Adm. Royal Cork Yacht Club, b. 21 Feb. 1823, 4 th son of 
John Smith Barry, of Marbury and Fota, and Eliza Mary his wife, 
2nd dau. of Robert Courtenay, of Bally Edmond (see above), s. his 
uncle 1861 ; m. 18 April, 1850, Georgina Charlotte, dau. of Col. J. 
Grey, of Backford Hall, Northumberland. She d. g Sept. 1893. 
He d. 23 Jan. 1894, leaving issue, 

1. ROBERT COURTENAY, now of Bally Edmond. 

2. Cecil 'Arthur, b. 19 Oct. 1863 ; d. 21 Nov. 1908 ; m. the dau. of 
W. H. Barry, and had issue, two daus. 

1. Nina Mary Georgina, b. 15 June, 1859 ; m. Sept. 1885, Maj. 
Ihotnas Henry Burton Forster, of Holt, Wilts, and has issue. 

2. Aileen Emma, b. 25 April, 1861 ; m. 25 April, 1882, Godfrey 
Hugh Wheeler Coxwell- Rogers, of Ablington Manor and Dowdes- 
well Court, co. Gloucester, and has issue (see that family). 

3. Kathleen Winifriede, b. 25 Oct. 1868. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th arg, three bars gemel gu. 
(BARRY), 2nd and 3rd quarterly ist and 4th gu., on a chevron 
or between three bezants as many crosses patee fitchee sa. (SMITH), 
2nd and 3rd az a fesse arg. between three porcupines or (HERIZ) 
the whole within a bordure compony erm. and of the second. 
Crest A castle arg. issuing from the battlements thereof a wolf's 
head sa. charged with a cross patee fitchee or. Motto Boutez 
en avant. 

Seat Bally Edmond, Midleton, co. Cork. 



SMITH-BARRY OF LOUTH. 

JAMES HUGH SMITH-BARRY, of Louth, and of 
Stowell Park, Pewsey, Wilts., J.P. for that co. and 
High Sheriff for Louth 1870, late Lieut. Gren, 
Guards, b. n Jan. 1845; w. i Dec. 1874, Lady 
Charlotte Jane Cole, dau. of 3rd Earl of Enniskillen, 
and has issue, 

ROBERT, b. 4 April, 1886. 



Mr. J. H. Smith-Barry is the youngest son of the 
late James Hugh Smith Barry, D.L., of Fota, co. 
Cork, and Marbury, co. Chester (who d. 31 Dec, 
1857), and only brother of Arthur Hugh, ist Lord 
Barrymore (see BURKE'S Peerage}. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th arg., three bars gemel gu. (BARRY), 
2nd and 3rd quarterly ist and 4th gu., on a chevron or between 
three bezants as many crosses patee fitchee sa. (SMITH), 2nd and 3rd 
three porcupines or (HERIZ), the whole 
y erm. and of the second. Crest A castle 



within a bordure com 




az. a fesse arg. between three porcupines or (HERIZ), the whole 

mpon 

arg. issuing from the battlements thereof a wolf's head sa. charged 
with a cross patee fitchee or. Motto Boutez en avant. 
Seat Stowell Park, Pewsey, Wilts. 



SMITH-BARRY. 
See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BARRYMORE, B. 



HAROLD-BARRY OF BALLYVONARE. 

HAROLD PHILIP 
HAROLD - BARRY, of 
Ballyvonare, co. Cork, 
&< 19 Nov. 1865 ; wii 
30 April, 1895, Helen 
Frances Mary, dau. of 
John Gerard Riddell, 
of Hermeston Hall, 
Rotherham, Yorks., and 
has issue, 

1. JOHN GERARD, b. 28 
Jan. 1896. 

2. Charles William, b. 21 
May, 1897. 

3. Edward Basil, b. i Sept. 1901. 

1. Hilda Mary Philomena, b. 25 May, 1900. 

Lineage. The family of HAROLD was long seated in the 
co. Dublin, where they possessed large estates at Harold's Cross. 
The immediate ancestor of this branch was RICHARD HAROLD, of 
Singland and Pennywell, co. Limerick, m. 1782, Mary, only child 
and heiress of John Barry, of Ballyvonare, co. Cork, and had a son, 

JOHN HAROLD-BARRY, of Ballyvonare, co. Cork (who assumed 
the additional name of Barry on inheriting the Barry property) 
m. ist, 1822, Eliza, dau. of Henry Harrison, of Castle Harrison, co. 
Cork, and had issue (with Richard, Henry, Margaret, who all d. 
young), a son, 

JOHN, of whom presently. 

Mr. Harold Barry m. 2ndly, 1843, Margaret, Hon. Chanoinesse of 
the Order of St. Anne of Bavaria, sister of the Right Hon. Sir Thomas 
Esmonde, Bart., P.C., of Ballynastragh, co. Wexford, and widow 
of Peter Locke, of Athgoe, co. Dublin. She d.s.p. 25 Dec. 1878. His 
son, 

JOHN HAROLD-BARRY, of Ballyvonare, co. Cork, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1880, b. Aug. 1823 ; m. Oct. 1860, Margaret Josephine, 
dau. of William Gibson, of Roebuck, co. Dublin, and Belvedere 
Place, Dublin, and d. 5 May, 1898, leaving issue, 

1. John, b. 1863 ; d. 1864. 

2. HAROLD PHILIP, now of Ballyvonare. 

3. William John, b. Sept. 1869 ; d. at Krugersdorp, South Africa, 
2 Feb. 1896, from wounds received in action. 

4. Richard, b. and d. 1871. 

5. Edward Daniel (Rev.), 6. Aug. 1872. 

6. Philip, b. March, 1874. 

7. Henry Alan, b. April, 1876. 

8. Thomas, b. andd. 1879. 9. John, b. Aug. 1884. 

1. Marcella, m. Garrett Nagle, of Clogher, co. Cork, and has issue. 

2. Eliza. 3. Margaret Josephine. 

4. Anne, m. Thomas Leahy, of Woodfort, co. Cork, and has issue. 

5. Isabella. 

Arms Gu., a pall flory arg. between three plates one and two, 
each charged with an estoile of six points of the field. Crest A 
demi-angel vested gu. winged and crined or. 

Seat Ballyvonare, Buttevant, co. Cork. Club Royal Yacht 
Club, Queenstown. 



BARTON OF OREENFORT. 

CoL 5 BAPTIST JOHNSTON BARTON, of Greenfort 
and Portsalon, co. Donegal, late Col. 5th Batt. 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, formerly Lieut. 33rd 
Regt., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff co. Donegal 1877, 
A.D.C. to H.M. King Edward VII. 1905-10, and to 
King George since 1910; b. 15 July, 1848; m. 
29 July, 1875, Isabel, youngest dau. of Robert 
McClintock, D.L., of Dunmore, co. Donegal, and 
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1. BAPTIST JOHNSTON, Capt. late West Riding Regt., b. 21 Oct. 
1876 m. 26 Oct. 1908, Kathleen Maude, dau. of Egbert de 
Hamel, of Middleton Hall, Warwickshire, and has issue, 

Ernestine Isabel. 

2. Gustavus, late Lieut. R.N. Reserve, b. 19 July, 1879 J m. 
910, Anne Farquharson, dau. of W. Duguid, of Ballater. 

3. Ralph Edward, Lieut. R.G.A., b. 25 Oct. 1882 ; d. unm. 3 Nov. 

4. Edward Humphrey, late 2nd Lieut. Donegal Art. Militia, b, 
9 Jan. 1884 ; m. 22 Feb. 1911, Christina Letitia Aileen, only 
dau. of Henry Maturin Johnston, M.D. 

5. Bertram, b. 31 July, 1885. 

6. Charles Geoffrey, b. 28 Dec. 1889. 

1. Margaret Isabel, m. 14 Jan. 1911, Herbert March, of Whittmg- 
ton Grange, Worcestershire. 

2. Evelyn Mary Alice, m. 4 June, 1910, John Ingarsby Carver, 
eldest son of Fred. W. Carver, of Oakhurst, Knutsford, and 
has issue. 

Lineage. This family was established in Ireland by 

THOMAS BARTON, of Norwich, who is said to have accompanied 
the Earl of Essex's army to that kingdom. He was one of the 
first burgesses of Enniskillen (see Charter of Enniskillen, Cal. State 
Papers, 1611-14). In 1610 he obtained a grant of land comprising 
a district called Drumminshin and Necairn, co. Fermanagh. Some 
of these lands were exchanged by him for others in the neighbour- 
hood still in the possession of the elder branch of the family. 
He m. Margaret Lloyd, and had a son, 

ANTHONY BARTON, who left issue a son, 

WILLIAM BARTON, of Bowe Island and Curraghmore, co. Fer : 
managh, b. about 1630, m. Jane Hannah Forster, and d. 22 Feb. 
1693, having had two sons, 

1. EDWARD, of whom we treat. 

2, WILLIAM, of Curraghmore, ancestor of BARTON of Grove. 
The elder son, 

EDWARD BARTON, of Bowe Island, co. Fermanagh, m. Mildrethe, 
sister of Robert Coonyngham, andd. 10 March, 1729, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom we treat. 

2. Edward, m. his cousin Elizabeth (Anna), dau. of William 
Barton, of Curraghmore, and had a son, John, of Bordeaux, 
who d. 10 April, 1816, leaving issue, and a dau., m. Robert 
Dickson. 

3. James. 4. Michael. 

5. Oliver. 6. Christopher. 

7. Thomas. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BARTON, left issue three sons and three daus., 

1. John, will dated 23 May, 1750. 

2. Edward, ot Spring Hill, co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, co. 
Fermanagh 1777, m. Mary, 2nd dau. of John Galbraith, of 
Roscavy, co. Tyrone (see that family). His will, dated 23 Feb. 
1796, was proved 2 April, 1801. 

3. GUSTAVUS, of whom we treat. 

1. Lettice, m. Cuthbertson. 

2. Frances, m. Thomas Rosborough, of Cloncarn and Clontivern, 
co. Fermanagh, and d. 1816, leaving issue (see BURKE'S 
Family Records). 

3. Mary, m. Conner. 
The 3rd son, 

GUSTAVUS BARTON, left issue by his first wife, four sons, 

1. William. 

2. Edward (Yen.), Archdeacon of Ferns, m. Margaret Coleman, 
and d. n Aug. 1847, leaving issue, 

1. Edward, Capt. in the Army, d. unm. 

2. John, b. Dec. 1810 ; m. 1835, Mary, dau. of Molyneux 
Nicholson, M.D., of Westport, co. Mayo, and d. Dec. 1884, 
having had issue, 

(1) Edward, d. young. 

(2) Molyneux, of Grangebeg, co. Kildare, M.A., Barrister- 
at-Law, present representative of the family of BARTON 
(38, Upper Fitzwuliam Street, Dublin), b. i Nov. 1846 ; m. 
10 Aug. 1882, Charlotte Frances Yates, dau. of the late 
Lieut.-Col. Edmund Yates Peel, 85 th Regt., son of Lieut.- 
Gen. the Right Hon. Jonathan Peel, P.C. (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, PEEL, Bart.), and has issue, 

1. Cecil Molyneux. 

2. Henry John Chadwick. 

3. Ernest Ffoliott, d. 1909. 

4. Reginald Victor, R.N. 

1. Gwendolen Mary. 

2. Doris Adelaide. 

3. Miriam Charlotte. 

(3) Charles, d. young. 

(1) Elizabeth, m. Charles Place. 

(2) Jane, m. Arnold de Courcy Gildea. 

3. Charles, d. young. 

1. Margaret. 

2. Jane, d. 1832. 

3. Frances. 

4. Mary Anne. 

3. John, who left three daus., who d. unm. 

4. Charles. 

Gustavus Barton m. 2ndly, about 1772, Harriett, sister and co- 
heiress of Baptist Johnston, of co. Monaghan, and with her 
acquired the estate of Drumsallogh in that co., and had issue, 

5. BAPTIST JOHNSTON, of whom we treat. 

6. James Murray, of Derryhallagh, J.P. co. Monaghan, m. circa 
1803, Mary, dau. of Brabazon Brabazon, of Summer Hill, co. 
Dublin, and left a son, Freeman, who d. unm. 1899. 

7. Freeman, left issue, Edward, d. unm. ; and John, d. unm. 
The sth son, 



MAJOR BAPTIST JOHNSTON BARTON, 64jth Foot, of Drumsallogh, 
co. Monaghan, b. 1774 ; m. 1815, Catherine, dau. and eventually 
heiress of Ralph Babington, of Greenfoit, and d. 1819, having by 
her, who d. 1865 (with two daus.), a son, 

BAPTIST JOHNSTON BARTON, of Portsalon, co. Donegal, and Derry- 
haller, co. Monaghan, b. 30 Nov. 1816 ; m. June, 1842, Maria, only 
dau. of William McLaughlin, of Ramelton, and d. Aug. 1851, having 
by her (who d. Nov. 1875) had issue, 

1. BAPTIST JOHNSTON, now of Greenfort. 

1. Ellen Harriet, m. 4 Aug. 1864, Rev. Thomas T. Gray, F.T.C.D., 
and d. 14 Feb. 1880, leaving issue, three sons and four daus. 

2. Katherine Sara. 

Seats Greenfort, Letterkenny, co. Donegal; Portsalon, co. 




BARTON OF GROVE. 

MARY ELIZABETH 
BARTON, of Grove, co. 
Tipperary, only dau. of 
Major Thomas Fro- 
bisher, Bengal Army, of 
Cheltenham, J.P. and 
D.L., m. Dec. 1862, the 
late SAMUEL HENRY 
BARTON, J.P. andD.L., 
of Grove, co. Tipperary, 
and by him (who was 
b. 1817, and d. 27 Oct. 
1891) has issue, 

1. WILLIAM HENRY HUGH, 
b. Feb. 1871. 

2. Charles Robert, b. March, 1877 ; m. Sept. 1904, Ethel, dau. 
of George Cobden, of Clonmel, co. Tipperary. 

1. Rose Catherine Florence. 

Lineage. WILLIAM BARTON, of Curraghmore, second son of 
William Barton, of Bowe Island and Curraghmore, co. Fermanagh 
(see BARTON of Greenfort). He m. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Dickson, of Ballyshannon, and d. 1695, having had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. George, d. unm. 

3. James, m. his cousin, the dau. of Col. Murray, of Antigua, 
and had a dau., m. Francis Warren Rossington. 

1. Elizabeth (Anna), m. ist, her cousin Edward Barton, and had 
issue, and 2ndly, David J ohnston, and had issue. 

2. Everina, m. James Boyd, and had issue. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BARTON, of Curraghmore, co. Fermanagh, 6. 21 Dec. 
1694, who established the house of business at Bordeaux 1725, and 
acquired a considerable fortune. He purchased the estate of Grove , 
co. Tipperary, 1752. He m. r Nov. 1722, his cousin Margaret, 
youngest dau. of Robert Delap, of Ballyshannon. She d. 27 Jan. 
1775. He d. 18 Oct. 1780, leaving an only child, 

WILLIAM BARTON, of Grove, co. Tipperary, b. 5 Aug. 1723 ; m. 
i Aug. 1754, Grace, eldest dau. of Very Rev. Charles Massy, ol 
Doonas, co, Clare, Dean of Limerick, and sister of Sir Hugh Dillon 
Massy, ist bart. of Doonas, and d. 1792, having had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. William, of Clonelly, b. 20 Aug. 1758, succeeded to the estates 
of Clonelly, co. Fermanagh ; m. 1/96, Anne Isabella, dau. of 
Folliott Warren, of Lodge, co. Kilkenny, and d. 18 May, 1835, 
leaving by her (who d. itsio) issue, 

1. Folliott Warren, of Clonelly, J.P. and D.L., b. 15 Sept- 
1798, High Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1834, d. unm. 

2. Edward George, Barrister-at-Law, d. unm. 3 Feb. 1837. 

3. CHARLES (see BARTON of Waterfoot). 

4. HUGH, of Straffan, co. Kildare (see that family). 

5. Robeit (Sir), K.C.H., a Lieut.-Gen. in the Army, 6. 26 July, 
1768; m. ist, 1802, Maria, dau. and co-heir of J ohri Pa ynter, and 
had issue, 

i. Hugh, a Lieut.-Col. in the Army, d. unm. Sept. 1877. 

i. Grace, m. Capt. Addison. 2. Maria, d. unm. 

He m. 2ndly, Marion Colette, dau. of John Addison, and relict of 
Col. McPherson, and had by her a dau., 

3. Alexandrine, m. Sir Henry Durrant, Bart. 

6. DUNBAR, of Rochestown, co. Tipperary, at one time High 
Sheriff co. Tipperary, b. 7 Nov. 1769 ; m. 1798, Elizabeth, heiress 
of the Rochestown estate, dau. of Rev. Samuel Riall, Rector 
of Killenaule, and had issue, 

i. Samuel William, of Rochestown, co. Tipperary, b. 10 April, 
1803 ; m. 13 July, 1831, Emma Maria, dau. of the Hon. Chris- 
topher Hely Hutchinson, M.P. for Cork, and by her (who d. 
7 March, 1889) left issue, 

(1) CHRISTOPHER, of Rochestown, J.P., Lieut.-Col. i8th 
Hussars, b. 22 Feb. 1834. 

(2) Dunbar Henry, b. 16 Oct. 1841. 

(3) Crosbie, Col. "igth Regt., b. 29 June, 1845 ; m. 12 Dec. 
1878, Mrs. Hamilton, eldest dau. of Richard Warburtou 
of Garryhinch. He d. 1901. 

(4) William Archer, b. 29 May, 1847. 

(1) Elizabeth Mary, m. n July, 1872, Antoni Marcelli 
Szymanski. 

(2) Anna Grace, d. unm. (3) Mary. 
(4) Evelyn Isabella. 






IRELAND. 



Barton. 



2. Dunbar Thomas, Lieut, ist Ru/ai L>^ a - o. 1806 ; d. 
1829. 

3. Augustine Hugh, b. 1814 ; m. 12 Oct, 1853, Emily, wicfcw of 
J. M'Calmont, of Abbeylands, and dau. of James Martin, of 
Ross, co. Galway. She d. 30 Nov. 1907. He d. 23 Oct. 1874, 
/eaving two daus., 

d) Emily Alma, m. 21 April, 1881, Sir George Frederick 
Brooke, Bart, of Somerton, co. Dublin, and d. 28 Sept. 1910, 
having had issue. 
(2) Rose. 

4. Thomas Henry, Dublin Metropolitan Police Magistrate, b. 
1816 ; m. 6 Jan. 1853, Hon. Charlotte, dau. of John, 3rd Lord ; 
Plunket, and d. 1878, leaving issue, 

(1) Dunbar Plunket, one of the Judges of the King's Bench- 
Division of the High Court of Justice in Ireland; M.A. 
Oxford, M.P. for Mid-Armagh 1891-1900, Sol.-Gen. for Ireland 
1897-1900, Judge of the High Court of Justice in Ireland 
1900 (19, Clyde Road, Dublin), b. 1853 ; m. 5 Oct. 1900, Mary, 
dau. of Joseph Manly, of Dublin, and has issue, 

Dunbar Patrick, b. 18 Aug. 1901. 

(2) Augustine Frederick Palliser, Local Gov. Auditor of 
Berks and Oxfordshire Districts, M.A., T.C.D., b. 1854. 

(3) Aubrey David Plunket, b. 1864; m. 1901, Kathryn 
Floding, of Virginia, U.S.A., and has issue, a dau. 

(4) Ion Plunket, Lieut, and Commander R.N., b. 1871 ; d. 2 
Oct. 1899. 

(1) Sylvia Charlotte Elizabeth, m. 1881, Arthur G. K. 
Woodgate, and has issue (see WOODGATE of Pembury). 

(2) Eleanor Constance. (3) Violet Grace Louisa. 
Mr. Dunbar Barton d. 19 May, 1848 ; his widow d. 16 Oct. 1853. 

1. Grace, b. 21 March, 1762 ; in. 1784, John Palliser, of Derry- 
luskan, co. Tipperarv, and d. 13 March, 1844, leaving issue. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 25 July, 1764; m. Lieut.-Gen. Sir Augustine 
Fitzgerald, Bart., who d.s.p. 3 Dec. 1834. 

3. Margaret Everina, b. 4 Nov. 1772 ; m. 2 March, 1792, Hugh, 
3rd Lord Massy, and d. 14 Sept. 1820, leaving issue. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BARTON, of Grove, M.P. for Fethard before the Union, 
6. 26 Jan. 1757; m. Mary, dau. of Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby, 
of Ashgrove, and sister of Chambr6 Brabazon Ponsonby Barker, of 
Kilcooly Abbey, and d. 1820, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of Grove. 

2. Chambre Brabazon, Lieut.-Col. 2nd Life Guards, d. 1834. 

3. Charles Robert, Maj. i4th Light Dragoons, d. unm. 

1. Mary, m. 8 Sept. 1834, George FitzGerald, son of Lord Robert 
Fitzgerald; she d. 25 Jan. 1866. 

2. Grace, m. ist, Lieut.-Col. Pennefather, of Newpark, co. Tip- 
perary, and 2ndly, Major Michael Angelo Galliazzi, of the Austrian 
Service, and. had issue. 

3. Catherine, m. Edmund Staples, of Dunmore, Queen's Co. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BARTON, of Grove, J.P. and D.L., and High Sheriff 
1825, b. 21 June, 1790 ; m. April, 1815, Catherine, dau. of Samuel 
Perry, of Wpodroffe, by Deborah his wife, dau. of ist Lord Dunalley, 
and d. 1837, having by her (who d. April, 1872) had issue, 

1. THOMAS BARKER, late of Grove. 

2. SAMUEL HENRY, heir to his brother. 

3. William Hugh, 6. 1820 ; m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Blakeney, and 
has issue, five sons and four daus. 

1. Deborah, m. John Wade, 2nd son of William Blaney Wade, of 
Clonabrany, co. Meath, and Isft issue. 

2. Mary Frances, m. 4 Oct. 1845, Charles Shaw, Q.C. She 
d. 17 March, 1865. He d. g Dec. 1870, leaving issue (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, SHAW, Bart.). 

3. Catherine Grace, m. 19 June, 1852, Sir Robert Shaw, Bart., 
and d. 15 Dec. 1902, leaving issue (see BURKE'S P.'crage). 

4. Anne Margaret, m. George Gough, of Rathronari, co. Tipperarv, 
who d.s.p. 1 8 April, 1889. 

5. Emily Martha. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BARKER BARTON, of Grove, co. Tipperary, J.P., b. 1816 ; 
d. unm. 21 Feb. 1871, and was s. by his brother, 

SAMUEL HENRY, late of Grove (see above). 

Arms Arg. a rose gu. seeded or and barbed vert between 
three boars' heads erased ppr. Crest A boar's head erased ppr. 
Motto Fide et fortitudine. 

Seat Grove, near Fethard, co. Tipperary. Residence 15, 
Lansdown Place, Cheltenham. 



BARTON OF THE WATERFOOT. 

CIIA.RLES ROBERT BARTON, of The Waterfoot, co. 
Fermanagh, J.P. and D.L. cos. Fermanagh and 
Donegal, High Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1863, Capt. 
Fermanagh Militia, b. 15 Nov. 1832; m. i Aug. 
1872, Henrietta Martha Mervyn, dau. of Henry 
Mervyn Richardson, of Rossfad, co. Fermanagh, 
D.L. (see that family], and has issue, 

1. WILLIAM HUGH, Capt. Army Service Corps (late Scottish Rifles), 
b. 30 May, 1874. 

2. Henry Charles Johnston, b. 12 Oct. 1876 ; m. 30 April, 1910, 
Ethel Maude, youngest dau. of William Bancroft Espeut, M.L.C., 
of Spring Garden, Jamaica. 

3. Charles Nathaniel, b. 5 Jan. 1884. 

4. Bertram James Richardson, b. 23 Feb. 1891. 



1. Mary Jane Florence, m. 27 Oct. 1897, Henry Burnley Rath- 
borne, of Dunsinea, co. Dublin, and has issue. 

2. Everina Margaret. 3. Caroline Angel Charlotte. 

4. Henrietta Emily Violet, m. 2 Oct. 1902, Frederick Lambart 

Z', f ldeSt S n f C L Joseph Sladen - of R 'PP le Court > Kent 
(see that fan, uv], by his 2nd wife Lady Sarah Sophia, dau. of 8th 
cavan, u./ri has issue. 

5. Mildred Penelope Macuda. e. Susannah Cecil Grace. 
Liineagre. LIEUT.-GEN. CHARLES BARTO^ *.* .c l 2n( i 

Life Guards, 3rd son of William Barton, of Grove, co. Tipp' t , rv 
by Grace his wife, dau. of Very Rev. Charles Massey, of Doonal,' 
Dean of Limerick, b. 20 April, 1760 ; m. Feb. 1800, Susannah, 
dau. of Nathaniel Weld Johnston, of Bordeaux, by his ist wife, 
Anna Eleanor Stewart, and d. 1821, leaving issue, 

1. HUGH WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Nathaniel Dunbar, Lieut.-Col. Bengal Cavalry, m. 1831, 
Honoria, sister of Sir Henry Lawrence. 

3. Thomas Charles, of Bonn, b. i Dec. 1805 ; d. unm. 3 Feb. 1856. 

4. Robert, of Sydney, Australia, J. P., b. 1807; m. 1840, Emily, 
eld. dau. of Maj. Darval, and had issue. 

5. Albert Evelyn, b. 1812 ; d. unm. 1874. 

1. Susannah, m. Rev. John Stirling. 

2. Anna Eleanor, m. Rev. F. D. Maurice, Professor of English 
Literature, King's College. 

His eldest son, 

HUGH WILLIAM BARTON, of The Waterfoot, J.P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1837, Lieut.-Col. of the 2nd Life Guards, b. 
13 Dec. 1800 ; m. g Feb. 1832, Mary Caroline, eldest dau. of Robert 
Johnston, of Kinlough House, co. Leitrim. Hed. 4 Dec. 1870. She 
d. ii March, 1899, leaving issue, 

1. CHARLES ROBERT, now of The Waterfoot. 

2. James, late Capt. R A., b. 13 Aug 1834; m. 23 Aug. 1859, 
Mary Barbara, dau. of Sir David Barclay, loth bart. of Pierston, 
co. Ayr, and has issue, 

1. Hugh Barclay, b. 11 Julv, 1865 ; d. unm. 

2. James, b. 14 April, 1867 ; d. unm. 

3. Charles, b. 20 March, 1873. 

4. Sidney, b. 26 Nov. 1876. 

i. Louisa. 2. May. 

3. Harriet. 4. Irene. 

3. Folliott, C.E., b. 23 May, 1838 ; m. ig March, 1873, Florence 
Maude, 6th dau. of Hugh Lyons Montgomery, of Belhavel, and 
d. 1883, leaving issue, Ffollibtt Cyril. 

4. Hugh St. George, Capt. 6oth Rifles, 6. 19 Nov. 1839 ; d. la 
June, 1875. 

5. Robert, R.N., b. 3 Nov. 1841 ; d. 3 April, 1869. 

6. Thomas Lloyd, b. 2 Dec. 1855 ; m. Fanny Isaacs. 

7. Nathaniel Albert Delap, Maj. 88th Regt., b. 29 Nov. 1857 ; 
m. 1888, Ellen, dan. of Jordan, U.S.A., and had issue, 

Thomas Hugh, b. i July, 1890. 

1. Florence Anna. m. Gen. Dawson, late i8th Regt. 

2. Mary Everina, m. 29 Jan. 1868, James M. Sinclair, D.L. of 
Holly Hill, co. Donegal, and has issue. 

Arms, Crest and Motio Same as BARTON of Grove. 
Seat The Waterfoot, Pettigo, co. Fermanagh. 



BARTON OF STRAFF AN HOUSE. 

BERTRAM HUGH BARTON, of Straffan House, co. 
Kildare, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1908, b. 24 Sept. 
1858 ; s. his father u Sept. 1904 ; m. 26 July, 1899, 
Lilian Edith Laura, only dau. of Lieut.-Col. Sir 
Frederick Walter Card en, Bart (see BURKE'S Peerage), 
and has issue, 

1. FREDERICK BERTRAM, b. 19 June, 1900. 

2. Hugh Ronald, b. 29 June, 1902. 
1. Storeen Lily, b. 21 June, 1906. 

Lineage. HUGH BARTON (4th son of William Barton, of Grove, 
(see that family) byGrace Massy his wife.dau. of the Dean of Limerick), 
who,by his own energy, industry, and activity, acquired at Bordeaux 
a very large fortune, which he invested in the purchase of the Straffan 
estate and other lands in Ireland in 1831, and also in the purchase 
of the Chateau Langoa, and a portion of the adjacent property of 
Leoville, both in the parish of St. Julien Medoc, near Bordeaux. 
During the reign of terror, 1793-4, he was imprisoned as an alien, but 
by the connivance of his wife, daughter of a naturalised Frenchman 
of Scottish origin, he effected his escape to Ireland. During his 
absence the business in Bordeaux was managed by Daniel Guestier, 
with whom he entered into partnership 1802. This partnership has 
continued from father to son to the present time. In 1840 he served 
as High Sheriff of co. Kildare. He was b. 8 Jan. 1766 ; m. 17 
Dec. 1791, Anne, dau. of Nathaniel Weld Johnston, of Bordeaux, 
and d. 25 May, 1854, having by her (who^. 3 Aug. 1842) had issue, 

1. Hugh, b. 7 March, 1797; d. young. 

2. NATHANIEL, late of Straffan. 

3. THOMAS JOHNSTON, of Glendalough (see that family). 

4. Daniel, late Capt. 7th Fusiliers, b. 21 Feb. 1806; m. Margaret 
Simpson, and had a son, Daniel, m. 10 Nov. 1887, Victoria 
Alexandrina Julia, dau. of Sir Robert Peel, 3rd bart 

5. Hugh, b. 2i March, 807 ; d. 8 Nov. 1860. 

1. Susan, b. 33 March, 1793 ; d. 22 Dec. 1803. 

2. Anna, b. 1798 ; d. 1811. 

3. Grace, d. an infant. 

4. Isabella, b. 20 June, 1804; d. unm. 28 March, 1897. 



Barton. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



5. Susan Elizabeth, m. 9 Sept. 1828, Eyre, 3rd Lord Clarina, and 
d. 14 Nov. 1886, leaving issue. 

6. Charlotte, b. 1812 ; d. an infant. 
His eldest son, 

NATHANIEL BARTON, of Straffan House, co. Kildare. 5^- and 
D.L., High Sheriff in 1850-51, b. 7 Sept. 1799 5 - * 2 July, 1823, 
Marv Susanna, dau. of Harry Harmood Scott, consul at Bordeaux, 
bv Anne his wife, dau. of R-~- wewton Ogle, D.D., of Kirkley, 
Northumberl!"" 1 ! and 29 Nov. 1867, having by her (who d. 18 
March. * ft 67) had issue, 

1. HUGH LYNEDOCH, late of Straffan. 

2. Harry Fitzgerald, b. 21 Aug. 1826 ; d. 17 May, 1848. 

3. BERTRAM FRANCIS, late of Straffan. 

4. Charles Thomas Hugh, b, 23 Nov. 1834 ; m. 21 June, 1859, 
Clara Sophia, youngest dau. of Frank Cutler, R.N., of Upton 
Lodge, Brixham, Devon, and d. n Sept. 1871, having had 
issue, 

1. Francis Savile, b. 8 April, 1861, late Lieut. Queen's Bays 
and Scots Guards, m. 8 Jan. 1889, Mabel Mary, youngest dau. 
of Capt. Savers, 23rd Regt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and has 
issue, 

(1) Charles Thomas Hugh, b. 18 Sept. 1889. 

(2) Arthur William, b. 2 Jan. 1892. 

2. Charles Scott, b. 12 Aug. 1865 ; m. 26 June, 1890, Ellen A., 
dau. of William Johnston, of Aiguesvives, Touraine, France, 
and has had issue, 

(i) Robert Francis Arthur, b. 7 Feb. 1902. 

(1) Violet Clara Isabella, b. 16 July, 1891. 

(2) Alice Charlotte, b. 6 Oct. 1902. 

5. Francis Savile, b. 23 Nov. 1836 ; d. 3 Jan. 1860. 
~ 1. Mary Esther Isabella, d. young, n Jan. 1844. 

2. Anna Susan Frederica. 

3. Isabel Charlotte. 

4. Alice Catherine Harriet, d. unm. 17 April, 1867. 
The eldest son, 

HUGTT LYNEDOCH BARTON, of Straffan House, co. Kildare J P 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1861 ; late Major Kildare Rifles, formerlj 
Lieut. 6th Inniskillings ; b. 30 Aug. 1824 ; m. 18 April, 1855, Hon. 
Anna Emily Massey, eldest dau. of Eyre, 3rd Lord Clarina, and d.s.p. 
23 Feb. 1899. He was s. by his brother, 

BERTRAM FRANCIS BARTON, of Straffan House, co. Kildare, High 
Sheriff 1903, ,b. ig March, 1830 ; d. n Sept. 1904 ; m. 27 Sept. 1855, 
Fannie Annie, eldest dau. of Frank Cutler, R.N., of Upton Lodge, 
Brixham, Devon, and by her (who d. 29 Nov. 1907) had issue, 

1. BERTRAM HUGH, now of Straffan House. 

2. Harry Scott, of Hewshott House, Liphook, b. n Jan. 1862 : 
m. 18 June, 1893, Augusta Mary, dau. of Leedham White. 

1. Mary Fannie, m. 25 Oct 1883, Thomas Edward Studdy, 
youngest son of Henry Studdy, of Waddeton Court, Brixham, 
Devon, J.P. and D.L., and has issue (see that family). 

2. Isabel Eleanor. 

Arms and Crest Same as BARTON of Grove. Motto Fide et 
fortitudine. 

Seat Straffan House, co. Kildare. Clubs Junior Carlton 
and Kildare Street, Dublin. 



BARTON OF GLENDALOUGH HOUSE. 

ROBERT CHILDERS BARTON, of Glendalough House, 
co. Wicklow, b. 14 March, 1881, 

Lineage. THOMAS JOHNSTON BARTON, of Glendalough, co. 
Wicklow, J.P. and D.L., b. Sept. 1802 ; 2nd son of Hugh Barton 
of Straffan (see that family) ; m. 25 March, 1830, Frances, dau. of 
Edward Morris, Master in Chancery, by Hon, Mary Erskine his 
wife, dau. of Thomas, ist Lord Erskine, and d. "4 Dec. 1864, 
having by her (who d. 4 Oct. 1867) had issue, 

1. THOMAS ERSKINE, of whom presently. 

2. Hugh Massey, 7th Foot, b. 10 Feb. 1834 ; d. 1880. 

3. CHARLES WILLIAM, of Glendalough. 

f; R bert Johnston, b. 20 Feb. 1839, Capt. Coldstream Guards. 
Killed in action in Zululand, 28 March, 1879. 

1. Frances Isabella, m. ist, 19 May, 1859, James C. Hart, of Drum- 
croEshall, N.B., late Capt. r6th Lancers, who d. 1876. She m. 
2ndly, 1889, Fletcher Menzies, of Menzies. 

2. Georgiana Susanna Arabel, m. 1856, George Booth, and d. 1868 
leaving issue. 

3. Anna Mary Henrietta, m. R. C. Childers (who d. 1876), eldest 
son of the Rev. Charles Childers, H.M. Chaplain at N ; ce and d 
1884, leaving issue. 

4. Beatrice Louisa, m. 3 Dec. 1864, Hugh Francis Massy, Capt 
igth Regt., andrf .23 Jan. 1893, leaving issue (see MASSY of Grants- 
town). He d. Feb. 1900. 

His eldest son, 

THOMAS ERSKINE BARTON, of Glendalough, b. 1830 d unm 
1874, when he was s. by his brother, 

CHARLES WILLIAM BARTON, of Glendalough House, J.P High 
Sheriff 1882, b. 13 July, 1836 ; m. 26 Oct. 1876, Agnes i h dau of 
the Rev. Charles Childers, H.M. Chaplain at Nice, and Canon of 
Gibraltar, and d. 3 Oct. 1890, leaving issue, 

1. ROBERT CHILDERS, now of Glendalough House. 

2. Charles Erskine, b. 7 Dec. 1882. 

3. Thomas Eyre, b. 15 Aug. 1884. 

1. Frances, b. 21 Dec. 1877. 

2. Dulcibella, b. 25 Dec. 1879. 

Arms, Crest and Motto As BARTON of Grove. 
Seat Glendalough House, Annamoe, co. Wicklow. 



, OF BEDFORD HOUSE. 

FREDERICK REGINALD BATEMAN, of Bedford 
House, co. Kerry, J.P., b. 1848, High Sheriff 1897, 
5. to the estates at the decease of his 
uncle John Bateman. 

Lineage. MAJ. ROWLAND BATEMAN, son of Henry Bateman, 
by Elizabeth, dau. of John Wasbye, got a grant of the lands of 
j Killeen, co Kerry, and served as High Sheriff in 1669. He m. 
Charity Wilson, and had issue two sons and two daus., viz., 

1. Francis, d.s.p. 1707. 

2. JOHN, who s. to Killeen. 

1. Belinda, m. Richard Yielding, of Tralee. 

2. Margaret, m. Morris. 
His successor, 

JOHN BATEMAN, of Killeen, otherwise Oak Park, m. ist, Frances, 
dau. of WilHam Trenchard, of Mt. Trenchard, co. 
who d.s.p. ; and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Col. the Right Hon. George 
Evans, of Carass, co. Limerick, and d. 1719, leaving issue, 

1. ROWLAND, of whom hereafter. 

2. George, of Dromultin, co. Kerry, b. 1711 ; m. Sarah, dau. of 
Anthony Stoughton, of Rattoo, co. Kerry, by whom he had 
issue, 

1. John, of Dromultin, m. 1764, Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Meredith, of Annaghmore, co. Kerry, and had issue, 

(i) John, d.s.p. 

(i) Jane, m. ist, 1779, Conway Blennerhassett ; and andly^ 

Pierse Crosbie. 

2. George, of Hollypark, m. 1764, Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Meredith, of Dicksgrove, co. Kerry, and left a son, 

William, m. 1795, Catherine, dau. of George Lloyd. 

1. Dorothy, m. Lloyd, of Cork. 

2. Frances, m. 1778, Mountiford Longfield, of Castle Mary.. 
r.o. Cork, M.P. 

3. Thomas, of Mount Catherine, co. Limerick, m. ist, 1735, Jane- 
Delahoyde, of Cork ; he m. 2ndly, 22 Jan. 1740, Alice, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Sadleir, of Sopwell Hall, co. Tipperary, and d. 1756, 
having by her had a son, 

Francis Sadleir, d.s.p. 

4. John, of Alta Villa, co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1749 ; m. ist,. 
1745, Elizabeth, elder dau. of Thomas Sadleir, of Sopwell Hall,, 
co. Tipperary, by whom (who d. 1748) he had a dau., 

i. Catherine. 

He m. 2ndly, 1756, Grace, dau. of Henry Brooke, of Colebrooke,. 
co. Fermanagh, M.P., and d. 1792, having had further issue, viz., 

1. John, of Altavilla, Barrister-at-Law, m. 1782, Mary, dau. and 
heiress of Thomas Bourke, of Anglingham, co. Galway, and from: 
this marriage descended the BATEMANS, of Rosetown, co> 
Kildare. 

2. Henry (Rev.), d. 1822. 

3. George Brooke, Barrister-at-Law, d. unm. 1809. 

2. Letitia, m. 1778, Gerald Blennerhassett, of Riddlestown, co~ 
Limerick. 

3. Frances, m. Rev. Thomas Lloyd. 

1. Mary, m. Francis Morris. 

2. Frances, m. Thomas Lloyd, of Fanstown, co. Limerick. 
The eldest son, 

ROWLAND BATEMAN, of Oak Park, b. 1705 ; m. 1727, Elizabeth^ 
dau. of Nicholas Colthurst, of Ballyhaly, co. Cork, and d. 1754, 
having had issue, 

1. Rowland, of Oak Park, J.P., High Sheriff 1758, M.P. for Kerry 
and for Tralee ; m. 1758, Letitia, dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas- 
Denny, Knt., by whom he had issue, 

1. Rowland, of Oak Park, m. 1790, Arabella, dau. of Sir Barry 
Denny, Bart., and had issue, 

(1) John, of Oak Park, J.P., High Sheriff 1820, M.P. Tralee- 
1837, b. 1792 ; m. 1824, Frances, dau. of Nathaniel Bland, of 
Randall's Park, Surrey, and d. 1865, leaving a son, Roland, 
who d.s.p. 

(2) William, d. unm. (3) Thomas, d. under age. 

(1) Jane, d. young. 

(2) Lelitia, m. 1831, Emanuel Hutchinson Orpen, of Mount 
Tnllant, co. Kerry. 

2. Thomas, d. unm. 1783. 

1. Agnes, m. 1785, Richard Chute, of Chute Hall, co. Kerry. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 1785, Col. James Crosbie, M.P., of Ballyheige, 
co. Kerry. 

2. COLTHURST, of whom presently. 

3. John, J.P. co. Kerry, m. 1770, Olivia, Countess of Rosse, but 
d.s.p. 

1. Elizabeth, m. 1748, Anthony Stoughton, of Rattoo, co. Kerry- 

2. Anne, m. Francis Crosbie, of Rusheen, co. Kerry. 

3. Penelope, m. 1756, Richard Smyth, of Ballinatray, co. Water- 
ford. 

4. Mary, m. Thomas FitzGerald, Knight of Glin. 

5. Sarah, m. May, 1771, Rev. John Barry. D.D., Dean of Elphin.. 

6. Frances, m. Pierce Crosbie, of Ballyheigne, co. Kerry. 

7. Jane, m. 1770, Richard Dunscombe. 
The 2nd son, 

COLTHURST BATEMAN, of Bedford House, co. Kerry, J.P., m. i779>. 
clau. of Robert Dobson, of Anngrove, co. Cork, and d. 1821, leaving 
issue, 

1. COLTHURST, of whom hereafter. 

2. Rowland (Rev.), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Maurice FitzMaurice v 
and widow of James Edington. 

3. John, d. unm. 1819. 

1. Jane, in. Capt. Robert Dobson, sth Foot. 

2. Anne, m. 1807 Patrick Maitland (grandfather of the Earl of 
Lauderdale). 



IRELAND. 



Battersby. 



C 3. Elizabeth. --- sn< 

4. Dorothea, m. ist, George Augustus Sim^uii- and 2ndly, 

Admiral John Maitland. 
The eldest son, 

COLTHURST BATEMAN, of Bedford House, co. Kerry, and of 
Bartholey, Monmouth, J.P., High Sheriff of Monmouth 1839, 
b. 1780 ; m. 1809, Jane Sarah, dau. and heiress of John Kemeys 
Gardner- Kemeys, of Bartholey, co. Monmouth, and d. 1859, leaving 
issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. George Colthurst, b. 1815 ; d. 1852 unm. 

3. Rowland, R.N., b. 1816 ; d. unm. 1839. 

4. Robert, J.P. Monmouth, m. and had issue, 

1. FREDERICK REGINALD, now of Bedford House. 

2. Robert William, b. 1850. 3. John Kemeys, b. 1855. 
i. Frances. 2. Mary. 

5. Reginald, R.N., b. 1820 6. Thomas, b. 1823. 
7. Frederick, b. 1825 ; d. unm. 1847. 

1. Jane, m. 1836, John Gwalter Palairet. 2. Sarah. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN BATEMAN, of Bartholey and Bedford House, b. 1814, 
d. unm., when the Irish estates devolved on his nephew, FREDERICK 
REGINALD BATEMAN aforesaid. 

Seat Bedford House, Listowel. Residence Rosbeigh, Glen- 
beigh, co. Kerry. 



DE YARBTJRGH-BATESON. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, DERAMORE, B. 



BATT OF RATHMTJLLAN. 

CHARLES LYONS BATT 
(jointly with his sisters, 
Alice and Mabel, of Rath- 
mullan House, co. Donegal), 
b. 24 Oct. 1860. 

Lineage. This family, stated 
to have been originally from Corn- 
wall, was founded in Ireland by 
SAMUEL BATT, of Osier Hill and 
New Ross, merchant, who acquired 
considerable property in the co. 
Wexford about 1650. He d. in- 
testate, leaving by Alice his wife 
(who look out administration to him 
6 June, 1702) a son, 

SAMUEL BATT, of New Ross and 

Osier Hill, Merchant, whose will, dated 28 March, 1705, was 
proved in Jan. 1716. He left by Deborah, his and wife, five sons, 

1. THOMAS, of whom hereafter. 

2. Narcissus (Rev.), d.s.p. ; will proved 3 March, 1767. 

3. Samuel, of Rathneddin, d.s.p. ; will dated 13 June, 1772. 

4. Joseph, of Grange ; will proved 8 May, 1780, left issue. 

5. Benjamin, of New Ross ; will proved 3 June, 1780, left issue. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BATT, of Osier Hill, m. 1713, Jane, dau. of Thomas 
Devereux, and was s. by his eldest son, 

SAMUEL BATT, father of Major Thomas Batt, who was killed in 
the American War, when the property devolved on his youngest 
brother, 

ROBERT BATT, of Osier Hill, co. Wexford, Capt. i8th Regt., 
who m. 1765, Hannah, dau. of Samuel Hyde, of Belfast, and d. 
1783, having had issue five sons, 

1. NARCISSUS, of Purdysburn, co. Down, and Osier Hill, co. 
Wexford, High Sheriff 1835, m. 1793, Margaret, dau. of Thomas 
Greg, and d. 1840, having by her (who d. 1843) na( i issue, 

1. Robert, of Purdysburn and Osier Hill, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1846, b. 1795 ; m. 1841, Charlotte, dau. of Samuel Wood, 
of Upton, Cheshire, and d. 24 July, 1864, having by her had, 
with four daus., a son, 

ROBERT NARCISSUS, of Purdysburn, co. Down, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1870, b. 10 Nov. 1844 ; m. 6 March, 1866, Marion 
Emily, eldest dau. of Sir Edward Samuel Walker, of Berry 
Hill, Mansfield, Notts., and d. 20 Nov. 1891, having by her 
(who d. 1892) had issue, 

1. EVELEEN MAY, b. 1867 ; m. 1892, Capt. Charles Arthur 
Staniland, late Royal Scots Greys. 

2. NELLA LILIAN, m. 18 Dec. 1894, Frederick Knight 
Essell, of the Buffs. 

2. Thomas, of Strandmills, b. 1805 ; d.s.p. 1861. 

i. Elizabeth. 2. Mary, m. Thomas Greg. 

2. William. 3. Samuel. 

4. Robert. 5. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

The youngest son, 

THOMAS BATT, of Rathmullan, co. Donegal, m. ist, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Robert Waddell, of Island Deny, co. Down, and by her had 
issue, 

THOMAS, of whom presently, 

Elizabeth, m. Caesar George Otway. 

He m. andly, Sarah, dau. of Samuel Lyle, of The Oaks, but she 
d.s.p. He d. 1857, and was s. by his only son, 

THOMAS BATT, of Rathmullan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1844, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 1816 ; m. 6 July, 1852, Charlotte, 
I.L.G. 




dau. of Yen. Edmond Hesketh Dalrymple Knox, late Archdeacon 
of Killaloe (see BURKE'S Peerage, RANFURLY, E.), and d. 1897 
leaving issue, 

1 THOMAS EDMOND, late of Rathmullan. 

2. Alfred Acheson, b. 15 May, 1856. 

3. Edmond Hesketh, b. 6 Dec. 1857 ; d. 1882. 

4. Arthur Robert, b. 27 April, 1859; d. 1891. 

5. CHARLES LYONS, now jointly of Rathmullan. 

6. Gerard Otway, b. 28 Feb. 1862. 

7. Robert Devereux, b. 6 Nov. 1863. 

8. Octavius, b. 16 April, 1865. 

9. Frederick Shelley, b. 1869, d. 1876. 

1. Agnes Charlotte, m. 23 Aug. 1877, Archibald H. Duthie (who 
d.s.p. 1883). 

2. ALICE ELIZABETH, now jointly of Rathmullan. 

3. MABEL MACKENZIE, now jointly of Rathmullan. 

COL. THOMAS EDMOND BATT, of Rathmullan House, co. Donegal, 
J.P., late Lieut.-Col. Commanding Donegal Artillery, b. 14 Oct. 
1854 ; d. 27 Dec. 1908, when he was s. jointly by his brother and 
sisters as above mentioned. 

Arms Arg. on a cross between four bats sa. three escallops 
in pale or. Crest A crescent arg. charged with an escallop gu. 
Motto Virtute et valore. 

Seat Rathmullan House, co. Donegal. 



BATTERSBY OF LOTiaHBAWN. 

JOHN RADCLIFF 
BATTERSBY, of Lough- 
bawn, co. Westmeath, 
J.P. for that co. and 
for Meath, of Lincoln's 
Inn, Barrister-at-Law, 
b. 30 Sept. 1839 ; *, 
9 Aug. 1873, Augusta 
Helen, dau^ of John 
Rynd, of Reynella, co. 
Westmeath, and has 
issue, 

1. GEORGE, b. u Jan. 1877. 

2. Augustus Wolfe (Rev.), 
6. 10 Feb. 1885. 

3. John Radcliff, b. 26 Jan. 
1886. 

1. Edith Frances, m. 5 May, 
1909, George Maxwell, of 
Corduff, co. Dublin (see that 
family). 

2. Millie, m. 22 July, 1909, 
George Astley Rotheram 
(see ROTHERAM of Cross- 
drum) . 

3. Dorothy. 

5. Mona Phillippa. 

Lineage. WILLIAM BATTERSBY, of Smithstown, co. Meath, 
m. Mary, dau. of Ambrose Sherman, and had issue, 

1. William, of Smithstown, m. Miss Grant, and d.s.p, 

2. Robert, of Bobsville. 

3. JOHN, of whom presently. 
The 3rd son, 

JOHN BATTERSBY, of Lakefield, co. Meath, J.P., 6. 1722 ; m. ist, 
Elizabeth Shields, of Monaghan, and by her had an only child, 
1. WILLIAM, of Freffans, co. Meath, b. 16 Nov. 1764 ; m. Frances, 
dau. of Nathaniel Preston, of Swainstown (see that family), and 
d. 1848, having had issue, 

1. William, d.s.p. 

2. Nathaniel, d.s.p. 




Rosalie. 



3. John, d.s.p. 

4. Franc 



_,. cis William, d. unm. 

5. Arthur, m. Eliza, dau. of Major Dillon, and d. leaving issue, 
a son and a dau., 

William Arthur. 

Almeria Grace, d. unm. 

1. Georgina. 

2. Anne, m. Lambert Disney, and had issue. 

3. Frances Isabella, m. Chas. John Battersby, of Cromlyn, and 
has issue (see below). 

John Battersby w.2ndly, 7 Sept. 1765, Sarah, dau. of Rev. Henry 
Leslie, of Nutfield, co. Fermanagh, and by her had issue, 

2. Leslie (Rev.), of Skreene, co. Sligo, b. 20 July, 1766; m. 5 
July, 1796, Anna Maria, dau. of Patrick Palmer, Barrister-at- 
Law, F.T.C.D., and had issue, 

i. John Palmer, Capt. R.N., settled at Ancaster, Upper Canada ; 
m. Maria Jones, and d. 1888, having had issue, 

(1) Leslie Charles, b. 27 April, 1836; m. Helen Maria Harding. 

(2) John Palmer, b. 30 Dec. 1837. 

(3) Charles, b. z Jan. 1840 ; m. Maria Jane Walker, had issue, 

1. John Palmer, b. 12 Nov. i874 ; <* JI Au - l8 96- 

2. Henry Chas. Pinckney, b. 4 July, 1876. 

3. Edwin Lee Campbell, 6. 18 Aug. 1880 ; m. Nov. 1909. 
E. E. Trowbride, and has issue, a dau., 

Eleanor Beatrice, b. 26 Aug. 1910 . 
i. Edith Beatrice, b. 27 Aug. 1878 ; d. 31 Oct. 1900. 

C 



Battley. 



THE LANDED GE; 



' (4) Arthur, d. young. 

(5) Edwin, b. 1845 ; d. young. 

(1) Eleanor Palmer, b. 12 Aug. 1842, unm. 

(2) Maria, b. 1846 ; d. young. 

2. Leslie Patrick, settled in Canada, Lieut.R.N. ; m. Katherine 
Jones, and had issue, 

(i) Leslie Charles, b. March, 1841 ; m 5 June, 1873, Annie 
Car 1 ^e, dau. of J. r Senett, of Dorset, England; d. 
21 cv"^* 1088, had issue, 

1. Leslie Charles, b. i March, 1874. 

2. Jno. Bennett, b. 23 Oct. 1875. 

3. Arthur Henry Jones, b. 23 Feb. 1878. 

4. William Falconer, b. 16 Dec. 1879. 

5. George Philip, b. 4 Dec. 1884. 

i. Madeline Toonce, b. 18 March, 1882 ; d. 2 Jan. 1883. 

(1) Eleanor Toonie, m. 21 June, 1860, Craven Chadwick; 
d. 9 Jan. 1868, and had issue (see CHADWICK, of Ballinard). 

(2) Anna Maria, d. young. 

3. Joseph, d.s.p. 

4. Edwin, of Dublin, m. Eleanor Jones, and had eleven 
children. 

5. Arthur, m. S. E. Maskelyne. 

6. George, of Dublin, d. 30 March, 1901. 

7. William, d. young. ' 8. Henry, d.s.p. 

g. William, settled at Hamilton, Upper Canada ; m. Susanna 
Ryall, and d.s.p. 

1. Catherine, m. Harvey, d.s.p. 

2. Sarah, d. unm. 

3. Eleanor, m. Griffith, and had issue, one dau. 

4. Anna Maria, d. unm. 

5. Lydia, m. Bell, d.s.p. 

6. Mary, d. unm. 

3. THOMAS, of whom hereafter. 

4. Francis, Col. 8th Foot, C.B., of Listoke House, Drogheda, b. 
J9 Sept. 1795 ; m. Eliza, 2nd dau. of George Rotherham, of Cross- 
drum, co. Meath, and had issue, 

John Prevost, Major-Gen, late 60 th Royal Rifles, formerly 
Assistant Director "of Military Education (Lyncroft, Portmore 
Park, Weybridge), b. 16 Oct. 1826 ; m. 7 Sept. 1857, Louisa 
Wilhelmina, 2nd dau. of Sir William Dillon, 4th bart. (see 
BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage), and has issue, 

(1) Henry Francis, b. 10 Feb. 1862; m. 21 April, 1909, 
Frances Muriel (Pearl), elder dau. of Henry C. Saunders, of 
Weybridge. 

(2) Herbert Dillon, 6. 14 Jan. 1872 ; d.s.p. 

(1) Helen Elizabeth. 

(2) Louisa Georgina, m: Rev. Wellesley Burnaby, and had 
issue. 

(3) Ethel, d. unm. 

Frances, m. ist, June, 1848, Mathew Coates, of Newton Prospect, 
co. Meath ; and 2ndly, Dr. Wade, M.D., and had issue. 

5. John, of Lakefield, b. 28 June, 1781, J.P. co. Meath; m. 
Frances, dau. of Robert Wade, of Clonabrany, co. Meath ; and d. 
1839, leaving issue, 

1. John (Rev.), of Drumelton, co. Westmeath, m. MissMaunsell, 
and d.s.p. 

2. Robert, of Lakefield, d.s.p. 1898. 

3. Thomas, d.s.p. 

i. Marianne, m. Daly. 

6. Alexander, b. 10 Aug. 1783 ; m. 10 July, 1807, Eliza, dau. of 
James Cusac, of Lara, co. Kildare ; and had a son, 

John, of Miltown, co. Westmeath. 

7. Henry Robert, Post-Capt. R.N., m. 10 May, 1810, the dau. of 
William Chapman, and niece of Sir Thomas Chapman, Bart., ol 
Killua Castle, co. Westmeath, and d.s.p. 

8. George, b. 20 April, 1788, Capt. ist Dragoon Guards, fell 
returning from the last charge of the cavalry at Waterloo. Capt. 
Battersby d. unm. 

1. Catherine, m. Higinbotham, and had issue. 

2. Penelope, d. unm. 

John Battersby d. 1803. The 3rd son, 

THOMAS BATTERSBY, b. 23 Oct. 1767 ; m. 16 Oct. 1799, Margaret 
Catharine, eldest dau. of George Rotherham, of Crossdrum, co. 
Meath, and d. 20 Feb. 1839, having by her (who d. 17 Dec. 1862) 
had issue, 

1. GEORGE, his heir. 

2. Thomas, of Newcastle House, Oldcastle, co. Meath, J.P. cos. 

m. 17 May, 1837, 



TRY. 



34 



4. Henry, "i ^-^i-raOS ; m. ist, 13 Feb. 1846, Frances, dau. of 

T. Rutb-wioord, of St. Doolagh's, co. Dublin (who d.s.p. 1854) ; 
aJ 2ndly, 1857, Annie, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Kelly ; and d.s.p. 
1868. His widow d. 18 Dec. 1910. 

5. Francis, M.D., b. 10 Nov. 1812 ; m. ist, 11 March, 1852, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Robert Stephenson Crooke, and by hei" 
(who d. 25 April. 1855) had an only child, 

Thomas Stephenson Francis, K.C., b. 17 April, 1855 ', 
25 July, 1883, Jeanie, dau. of Samuel Gerrard, and has issue, 
(i) Francis John Gerrard, b. 1894. 

(1) Elizabeth, b. 1884 ; m. 26 Sept. 1907, Timothy W. 
Bridge, I.C.S. 

(2) Violet Norah Jeanie, b. 1890. 

(3) Beryl Alice, b. 1895. 

He m. 2ndly, June, 1862, Charlotte, dau. of John Brien, of Castle- 
town, co. Fermanagh. He d. 1891. She d.s.p. May, 1879. 
8. Frederick William, b. 15 May, 1819 ; d.s.p. 1847. 
7. Charles John, of Cromlyn, Rathowen, co. Westmeath, b. 3 Feb. 
1821 ; m. 1854, Frances Isabella, dau. of William Battersby, of 
Freffans (see above), and d. 22 May, 1897, having had issue, 

i. Thomas Preston, of Cromlyn, co .Westmeath, Brigadier-Gen., 

Inspector of Army Ordnance Services, b. 10 Aug. 1856 ; m. 

9 Oct. 1884, Agnes Janet, dau. of John Evens, of The Haven, 

St. Stephen's, Canterbury, and has issue, 

Charles Fremoult Preston, Lieut. R.F.A., b. n July, 1887. 

1. Frances Catherine, m. 1883, E. Hopkins, Ceylon C.S., and 
d. Oct. 1887, leaving issue. 

2. Alice Isabella, m. Feb. 1890, her cousin John Albert Bat- 
tersby, of Newcastle House, co. Meath, and has issue (see above). 

3. Lucy Elizabeth. 4. Evangeline Henrietta. 
5. Caroline Maude, m. 30 Aug. 1910, Capt. W. Brown, A.S.C. 

3. William Alexander (Rev.), b. 4 June, 1825 ; d.s.p. 

1. Catherine, m. 16 Nov. 1846, William Smith Harman, of Cross- 
drum, and d. 1866, leaving issue. 

2. Sarah, m. 29 Jan. 1841, Rev. Hugh Henry O'Neill, of Monter- 
Connaught, co. Cavan, and d. 1872, leaving issue. 

3. Elizabeth Jane, d. unm. 

4. Isabella, d. unm. 16 April, 1900. 

5. Barbara, m. 1851, Thomas White, J.P., of Peppard's Castle, 
. co. Wexford, and had issue. 

The eldest son, 

GEORGE BATTERSBY, of Loughbawn, Q.C., LL.D., J.P., Judge 
of the Provincial Court of Dublin, b. 8 Sept. 1802 ; m. 10 Dec. 1830, 
Charlotte Sarah, dau. of the late Right Hon. John Radcliff, P.C., 
LL.D., Judge of the Prerogative Court in Ireland, of Mespil House, 
co. Dublin, by whom (who d. 17 Aug. 1876) he left at his death, 
9 June. 1880, 

1. Thomas George, LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, b. 9 Oct. 1832 ; m. 

8 Dec. 1864, Georgina Maria Bessy, dau. of the late Col. William 

Middleton, 42nd Highlanders ; and d. n Sept. 1871, leaving two 

daus., 

1. Charlotte Middleton, m. 1889. Major A. D. Thome, King's 
Own Royal Lancaster Regt., and d. 2 Nov. 1904, leaving issue. 

2. Ethel Middleton, m. Robert Gumming, Indian Army. 

Mrs. Thomas George Battersby assumed by Royal Licence, 1875, 
the additional surname and arm? of WYBRANTS, and m. 2ndly, 
Capt. Temple Leighton Phipson, who also assumed by Royal 
Licence, 1876, the additional surname of WYBRANTS," and d. 
1883. 2. JOHN RADCLIFF, now of Loughbawn. 

1. Betanna Catherine, m. 10 Jan. 1852, John Colley Pounden, of 
Ballywalter, J .P. co. Wexford, and has issue. 
Arms Or a saltire paly of twelve erm. and gu., a crescent in 

chief sa. Crest A ram pass. erm. armed and unguled or. Motto 

Ante honorem est humilitas. 

Seat Loughbawn, Collinstown, co. Westmeath. 



BATTLEY OF BELVEDERE HALL. 

LIEUT.-COL. D'OYLY CADE BATTLEY, of Belvedere 
Hall, co. Wicklow, Lieut.-Col. 3rd Batt. The Duke of 
Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regt., J.P. cos. Cork, 
Wicklow, and Dublin, High Sheriff co. Wicklow 1889, 

? f _^ i/ ^^ ^^ co. Dublin, 1911, D.L. co. Wicklow, has Coronation 

Henrietta Mary Anne, dau. of 'john Rotton^ of Bath' and' grand- Medal, b. 1841; m. 1868, Annie Cecilia, dau. of 
"!^^S&^(^?i.%4?hid i ue C ' >LL ' D '' and Ct William Henry Jackson, of Inane, co. Tipperary, 
i. 'Edward, of Larkfield.'co. Westmeath,' J. P., late Capt. 9 th b Y Cecilia his wife, dau. of John Westropp, of 
Batt. Rifle Brigade, formerly Midshipman R.N. (17, Herbert \ Attyflin (s^ WESTROPP of A ttyftin), J.P. CO. Limerick, 
Place, Dublin), b. 12 March, 1849; m. 3 Aug. 1899, Frances ! anf l has had issue 
Anna (d. 20 Sept. 1909), only surviving dau. of David Ogden, of ' ' 



17, Herbert Place, Dublin, and of Annesboro, co. Wexford, and 
d.s.p. 27 Oct. 1910. 

2. Thomas, of Newcastle House, co. Meath, J.P., d. unm. 2S 
Dec. 1889. 

3. Henry, m. ist, Miss Kitson, and 2ndly, Miss Featherston- 
haugh, and had a dau., Frances. 

4. John Albert, of Newcastle House, CD. Meath, J.P., m. his 
cousin Feb. 1890, Alice Isabella (see below), dau. of Charles J 
Battersby, J.P., of Cromlyn, co. Westmeath, and has. issue 

(1) Thomas Charles, d. an infant, 
(r) Violet Frances. 

(2) Alice Christiana. 

5. Charles, d. young. 

1. Christiana Bettana. 

2. Henrietta Isabella, m. Robert Macready, and has issue. 

3. Edward, Lieut. R.N., b. 3 May, 1805 ; d. unm. 4 Oct. 1839. 



1. WILLIAM D'OYLY, Lieut.-Col. General Reserve of Officers, 
b. 1870. 

2. Rochfort Cade, b. 23 March, 1873. 

1. Louisa Cecilia, m. 12 Aug. 1903, Charles Gavin Pilkington 
Wilson, eldest -son of the late John Wilson (i3th Hussars), of 
Rooske, co. Meath, and has issue. 

2. Mabel Margaretta Annie, a. 28 Oct. 1885. 

3. Eveleen Charlotte Maud. 

Lineage. WILLIAM BATTLEY, whose ancestors were settled at 
Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, as appears from the will of his 
grandson, resident in co. Clare, temp. JAMES I ; he had issue, 

1. NICHOLAS, of whom hereafter. 

2. William, settled in co. Cork, and had a son, Edmund, attainted 
by JAMES II 1689. 

1. Sarah, m. Christopher Sexton, of co. Limerick. 
The eldest son, 



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NICHOLAS BATTLEY, was b. in co. Clare, Tf, 22 . and entered Trin. 
Coll Dublin, 20 May, 1638. By Anne his wife he had issue, 

1. JOHN (Yen.), D.D., Fellow Trinity Coll. Cambridge, 6. at fi^r v 
St. Edmunds, 1647, appointed Rector of Adesham, co. Kent, ; 
1684, and Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688 ; m. Mary, dau. of Sir 
Henry Oxenden, ist bart. of Dene ; d.s.p. 10 Oct. 1708, and was 
bur. 'at Canterbury Cathedral. His widow d. 25 Dec. I74 1 . 
aged 85. 

2. Nicholas (Rev.), B.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge 1668, M.A. 
1672, Rector of Ivechurch, and Vicar of Bekesborne, co. Kent, j 
1685 ; d. 10 May, 1704, leaving by Anne his wife, 

1. Charles, d.s.p. June, 1714. 

2. JOHN (Rev.), entered Trinity Coll. Cambridge 1706, Rector j 
of Wordwell, co. Suffolk, 1736, devisee of his uncle Samuel 
Battley ; m. 1714, Anne Sydney, dau. of his uncle Samuel's 
wife by her ist husband, and had (with an elder son, John, 
who d.s.p.), 

(i) CHARLES (Rev.), b. 1709, Rector of Witherden, co. Suffolk, 
inherited the Bury St. Edmund's estates ; d. 8 March, 1731, 
leaving one son, 

WALDEGRAVE (Rev.), 6. 1748, Curate of Shotteley, co. 

Suffolk, d. March, 1814. 

3. Oliver (Rev.), b. 1697, B.D. Christ Church Coll. Cambridge 
1734, Rector of Iron Acton, co. Gloucester, 1736 ; d. 1763. 

4. Anne, living unm. 1714. 

3. Samuel, obtained grants of lands in co. Cayan 1662, and co. 
Fermanagh 1667 ; also was possessed of lands in cos. Waterford 
and Wexford, all of which he eventually sold, and purchased 
estates in Suffolk ; m. Anne, widow of Sydney, and d.s.p. I7H> 
having devised by his will, dated 6 April, 1712, a yearly payment 
to the sextons of St. Mary^s Church, Bury St. Edmunds, for the 
keeping in repair the tomb of his ancestors. 

4. THOMAS, of whom hereafter. 

5. Charles, of Westminster, admitted to the Middle Temple 8 
Dec. 1686, Receiver and Collector of the Rents of Westminster 
Abbey, Secretary in the Remembrancer's Office in the Exchequer, 
m. (licence 23 Aug. 1692) Elizabeth, dau. of John Needham, of 
Westminster ; and d. 1722, having had three sons, who d. young, 
and several daus. all baptized at Westminster; of the latter 
Elizabeth, bapt. 2 Dec. 1713, m. James Brooker, of St. Bride s, 
London ; and Jane, bapt. 16 March, 1707, m. James Merest, 
Assistant Clerk of the House of Lords. 

1. Anne, living unm. 1712. 

2. Beata, m. Morden. 

Nicholas Battley d. at Bury St. Edmunds. His 4th son, 

THOMAS BATTLEY, baptized at St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
16 May, 1651, was, with his wife, a legatee of his brother, Samuel 
Battley. He had two sons and one dau., 

1. John, b. 1696, appointed Receiver, Solicitor, and Steward of 
the Courts of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster by patent 
dated 27 April, 1723 ; d. 10 June, 1729, leaving his wife Elizabeth 
his universal legatee. 

2. WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. 

1. Mary, devisee of her uncle Samuel. 
The 2nd son, 

WILLIAM BATTLEY, was admitted an Honorary Member of the 
King's Inns, Dublin. He m. the dau. of Thomas Cade, of Will- 
brook, Rathfarnham, co. Dublin, and heiress of her brother, Thomas 
Cade, and by her had issue, 

1. J OHN, of whom hereafter. 

2. William, whose will was proved in Dublin 2 Jan. 1773 ; m. 
and had issue. 

3. Edmund. 

William Battley d. Jan. 1736. His eldest son, 

JOHN BATTLEY, of Willbrook, was admitted a member of the 
King's Inns 1758, s. his maternal uncle 1783, m. Frances, sister of 
John Butler, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS CADE, his heir. 

2. William, Lieut.-Col. 6oth Rifles, accidentally killed at 
Gibraltar. 

1. Elizabeth. 
Mr. Battley d. 1808, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THOMAS CADE BATTLEY, of Willbrook, b. 1771, entered Trin. 
Coll. Dublin 20 Nov. 1788, aged 17 ; B.A. 1794, called to the Bar 
Trinity Term 1794 J . Belinda, dau. of Rev. Richard Chappell 
Grange, of Sallymount, co. Wicklow, by Mary his wife, dau. and 
(with her sister Diana, m. 1780, Sir John Hadley D'Oyly, 6th bart. 
of Shottisham. co-heir of William Rochfort, of Clontarf (brother of 
Robert, ist Earl of Belvedere), by Henrietta his wife, dau. of Col. 
John Ramsay and Mary, Lady Osborne his wife, widow of Sir 
Nicholas Osborne, sthbart.,of Ballintaylor, and dau. of Right Rev. 
Thomas Smyth, D.D., Bishop of Limerick, and d. 20 Sept. 1851, 
having by her (who d. g Nov. 1863, aged 95) had issue, 

1. Richard, Capt. 22nd Regt., d. unm. 

2. John Cade, entered T.C.D. 1817, aged 17, Capt. 3oth Regt. ; d. 
unm. in India. 

3. D'OYLY WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. 

4. Thomas, Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy, m. Marcella, 
dau. of John Connolly, of Newhaggard, co. Meath, and d.s.p. 

5. Charles Bushe (Rev.), d. 1881. 

6. Rochfort, m. Rose, dau. of Field, and d. 1866, leaving a son 
Rochfort Cade Lestock, Major Essex Regt., b. 6 Oct. 1864. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Major Larkins, R.H.A. ; d. in India. 

2. Harriet, m. William C. Browne, of Rochfort Lodge, Richmond, 
Surrey, and Cromwell Crescent. London ; d. 1882. 

3. Anna Maria, m. Alexander Edie, of Thorn Hill, co. Tyrone. 
His eldest surviving son, 

D'OYLY WILLIAM BATTLEY, of Belvedere Hall, Major (retired) 
77th Regt., derived descent through his maternal grandmother, 
Mary Rochfort, from the Royal House of Plantagenet, b. Jan. 1808 ; 
m. 1839, Margaret, dau. of William Edie, of Thornhill, J.P. co. 



Tvrone, by Dorothy his wife, dau. of Nesbitt Downing, of Tubber- 
daly, J.P. King's Co., and d. 2 Nov. 1887, having by her (who d. 
13 Jan. 1871) had issue, 

1. D'OYLY CADE, now of Belvedere Hall. 

2. Rochfort, b. 1844 ; m. 1871, Annie, dau. of Major John Graham 
Sadler, J.P., cf Hymenstown, co. Tipperary, and d. 29 April, 1885, 
leaving issue, a son, John, and two daus. 

Seat Belvedere Hall, Bray, co. Wick-tow. Clubs United 
Service and Constitutional. S.W. 



BAYLY OF DEBSBOROUGH. 

CAPT. JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, co. Tipper- 
ary, J.P., High Sheriff 1894, late Capt, Suffolk Regt, 
educated at Eton, &. 10 July, 1858, 

Lineage. JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, co. Tipperary, to 
whom the farm grants were made in 1702, by the Duke of Ormonde, 
m. 1690, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Prittie, of Kilboy, co. Tipperary, 
and d. 1709, having had issue, JOHN, his heir, Henry and Elizabeth. 
His widow m. 2ndly, Major John Foley. The elder son, 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, b. 17 June, 1691 ; m. 7 July, 1702, 
Deborah, dau. and coheiress of Ven. Benjamin Neale, Archdeacon 
of Leighlin, by Hannah his wife, dau. of Jetfery Paul, of Bough, 
co. Carlow, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 1736, Henry Prittie, of 
Dunalley Castle, M.P., and d. 3 Nov. 1760) had issue, 

1. JOHN, of Debsborough. 

2. Benjamin Neale, Barrister, who d. leaving an only son, 
Benjamin Neale, m. Letitia, dau. of Henry Archer, of Bally- 
seskin, co. Wexford, and had issue. 

3. Neale. 4. Henry. 

5. Paul. 

6. Constantino, m. 1748, Charlotte, dau. of Richard Falkiner, of 
Mount Falcon (see that family}. 

1. Hannah. 2. Elizabeth. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, High Sheriff 1759, & 4 Dec. 
1724 ; m. Bridget, dau. of Robert Holmes, of Johnstown, co. 
Tipperary, and had issue, JOHN ; Henry ; Benjamin ; Peter ; 
William ; Deborah ; Lucinda ; Bridget, m. Charles M'Donell, of 
New Hall, M.P. for co. Clare; and Charlotte. The eldest son, 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, b. 1755 ; d.v.p. 1783, having 
m. 1776, Catherine, eldest dau. and coheir of Lancelot Crosbie, of 
I Tubrid, co. Kerry, and by her, who inherited the estates of her uncle, 
I John Gustavus Crosbie, M.P., was father of 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, b. 15 Dec. 1777 ; m. i May, 
1800, Mary Elizabeth Helena, only child and heir of Richard Uniacke 
of Mount Uniacke, co. Cork, and d. 8 March, 1800, having had 
issue, 

1. JOHN, of Debsborough. 

2. Richard Uniacke, of Ballyre, co. Cork, and Ballynaclogh, 
co. Tipperary, J.P., b. i Nov. 1806 ; m. 7 Feb. 1837, Harriet 
(who d. 1888), only dau. of Very Rev. John Head, Dean of Killaloe, 
and d. 1888, having had issue, 

r. Richard Uniacke, b. 15 Dec. 1838 ; d. 1860. 

2. John Prittie, of Ballyre and Ballynaclogh, Commander 

R.N. (retired), b. 14 July, 1842 ; m. 1880, Annie, dau. of 

John W ' 

and had issue, 



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, of 



John Warburton, of Cahervillahow, Golden, co. Tipperary 



Richard William Uniacke, 6. 1881. 

3. Edward Crosbie, of Killough Castle, Thurles, co. Tipperary, 
J.P. cos. Cork, Waterford and Tipperary, late Capt. Tipperary 
Militia, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 27 Jan. 1844 ; m. 15 Aug. 
1878, Isabel, dau. of Charles Edward Davison, and has issue, 

(1) Edward Crofton Seton, b. 25 June, 1883. 

(2) Launcelot Myles, b. 1884. 

(3) Gerald Maurice Eyre, b. 1886. 

(4) Harold Crosbie, b. 1894. 

(5) Jasper Uniacke, b. 1895. 

(1) Isabel Harriet, d. young, 1897. 

(2) Ethel Iris, m. Arthur Lloyd. 

(3) Clementina Mary. 

4. George. 5- William 
6. Henry, d. young, 1856. 7. Francis. 

1. Susan, m. 1876, N. White. 

2. Helena Harriet. 

3. Geraldine, m. Frank D. Hurst. 

3. Lancelot Peter, b. 27 Sept. 1807 ; m. Oct. 1841, Lydia 
Catherine, only dau. of Very Rev. Gilbert Holmes, Dean of Ard- 
fert, and d. Sept. 1855, leaving issue, 

Lancelot Gilbert Alexander, of Bayly's Farm, b. 27 Aug. 1842 ; 

m. 26 Jan. 1869, Frances Katharine (d. 25 June, 1905), 2nd dau. 

of Rev. Thomas Luby, D.D., Senior Fellow, Trin. Coll. Dublin, 

and d. 4 June, 1871, leaving issue, with one dau. (Edmee Lydia 

Henrietta, b. 28 Oct. 1871), a son, 

Lancelot Francis Saunderson, of Bayly's Farm, b. 16 Oct. 
1869 ; m. 7 March, 1907, Kathleen Josephine, dau. of Major 
E. H. Drake, of Clifton. She d. 2 April, 1911. 

Henrietta. 

4. Henry Prittie, of Bally Keef, co. Limerick, m. Isabella Yelding, 
of Tralee, co. Kerry, and' had issue, 

Letitia Harriet, m. 30 Jan. 1868, James Graham Vansittart, of 
Tillsonburg, Ontario (see VANSITTART-NEALE of Bisham Abbey], 
and d. 1879. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, J.P. ana D.L., High Sheriff 
1845, b. 3 Sept. 1805 ; m. ist, 13 May, 1829, Catherine, youngest 

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Bayly. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



dau. of Thomas Yates, of Bury, Lancashire. She d. 22 Sept. 1833, 
leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of Debsborough. 

He m. 2ndly, 17 Oct. 1839, Gertrude Catherine, 3rd day. of the 
late William Henry Armstrong, of Mount Heaton, King's Co. 
She d. 4 Oct. 1874, having had issue, 

2. Lancelot Peter, b. 9 Feb. 1842 ; d. 17 Aug. 1855. 
He d. 14 May, i86s. ->nd was s. by his only surviving son, 

JOHN BAYLY, of Debsborough, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1874, 
Capt. ist Duke of Lancaster's Militia, b. 30 Nov. 1830 ; m. 3 Sept. 
1857, Mary Anne Charlotte, youngest dau. of Daniel Barrington, 
2nd son of Sir Joseph Barrington, ist bart. She d. 31 July, 1870. 
He had issue, 

1. JOHN, now of Debsborough, 

2. Richard Edmond (Debsborough, co. Tipperary), b. g June, 
1859 ' w. 9 Oct. 1909, Anna Selina, widow of Major William 
Arthur de Warrene Waller (see WALLER of Prior Park), and 
dau. of E. W. Waller, of Artona, by whom (who d. 4 Feb. 1911) 
he has issue. 

3. William Yates, b. 19 Jan. 1864. 

4. Lancelot, b. 19 Dec. 1869. 

1. Catherine Charlotte, m. 2 Aug. 1887, John Beatty Barrington, 
of Ashroe, co. Limerick, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
BARRINGTON, Bart.). 

2. Mary Elizabeth, m. 4 Jan. 1899, James J. Maher, of Clonsilla, 
co. Dublin. 

3. Helen Olivia, d. 1874. 

4. Florence Jane, m. 7 Oct. 1890, Croker Barrington, of Barring- 
ton's Bridge, co. Limerick, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
BARRINGTON, Bart.). 

Seat Debsborough, co. Tipperary. 



BAYLY OF BALLYARTHTJR. 

EDWARD ARCHIBALD 
THEODORE BAYLY, of 
Ballyarthur, co. Wick- 
low, Capt. Royal Welsh 
Fus. (attached to Egyp- 
tian Army, loth Sudan- 
ese Regt.), b. 19 June, 
1877- 

Lineage. EDWARD SYMES 
BAYLY, D.L., of Ballyarthur 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, ANGLE- 
SEY, M.), b. 9 April, 1807; d. 
26 Nov. 1884 ; m. 20 June, 
1835, Catherine, dau. of the 
Right Hon. Maurice FitzGerald, 
Knight of Kerry (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, FITZGERALD, Bart.). 
She d. 1898, having had with 
other issue an eldest surviving 
son, 

EDWARD RICHARD BAYLY, of 

Ballyarthur, co. Wicklow, J.P. ^ 

and D.L., formerly Ensign 3rd 
Buffs, and Lieut.-Col. late 
Commanding 7th Brigade Irish 
Div. R.A., Assistant Land Commissioner, Ireland, b. 20 June 1845 
d. ii Oct. 1907; m. 10 Aug. 1875, Adelaide Alicia, eldest dau. 
of Col. Charles Tottenham, of Woodstock, co. Wicklow, and Plas 
Berwyn, co. Denbigh (see BURKE'S Peerage, ELY, M.), by his wife, 
the Hon. Isabella Maude (see BURKE'S Peerage, DE MONTALT E.) 
and has issue, 

1. EDWARD ARCHIBALD THEODORE, now of Ballyarthur. 

2. Charles John, b. 8 Sept. 1878. 

1. Adela Maude, b. 27 Jan. 1880 

2. Kathleen Isabel, b. 6 March, 1882. 

Arms Quarterly, ist gu., a chevron vair between three martlets 
or (BAYLY), 2nd Barry of four erm. and or, a lion rampant az 
(BAGENAL), 3rd arg. crusilly az. three talbot's heads erased sa 
langued gu. (HALL), 4 th gu., three cinquefoils, arg (LAMBERT)' 
5th ermmois three increscents az. (SYMES), 6th arg on a fess 
between three wolf's heads sa. as many mullets of the field 
(CLIFFE) Crest ^ A boar's head erased ppr. charged with a mullet 
arg. Motto Quid clarius astris. 

Seat Ballyarthur, Ovoca, co. Wicklow. 

BAYLr-VANDELETJR. See VANDELETJR. 

BEAMISH OF KILMALOODA. 

SAMPSON THOMAS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda co 
Cork, J.P., b. Nov. 1870 ; s. his grandfather 1881.- 

Lineagre. Amongst the list of English settlers in Ireland 
about the time of Queen ELIZABETH, appears the names of 
Beamish or Beamis, ' and the lands granted to members of 
the family in co. Cork were confirmed to three brothers under Act 
of Settlement by Patent, dated 24 April, 2O CHARLES II. The 
mother of the three patentees, CATHERINE BEAMISH, of Ballymodan 
widow, was living 1642 (her will was proved in Dio. Cork same 
year). She had issue, one dau. and four sons 




; 1. JOH^, *t vvest Gully, Ballymodan, co. Cork, m. Elizabeth, 
rUu. of Isaac Philpot, of Cloncaloo, co. Cork. His will is dated 18 
Oct. 1668, and names four sons, John ; Isaac ; THOMAS ; Francis ; 
and six daus., Elizabeth ; Mary ; Catherine ; Rebecca ; Alice ; 
Mabel. He d. 1669. His srd son, THOMAS, of West Gully, who 
was father of THOMAS, of Raheroon, left by Elizabeth his wife, a 
son and successor, THOMAS, of Raheroon, m. 1728, Jane, dau. of 
Richard Beamish, of Garranloughane, or Willsgrove, and had, 
with three daus. (Elizabeth, m. Vincent Austen ; Mary, m. 
Stawell Webb ; Catherine, m. 1763, Jonas Travers, of Butlerstown), 
an only son, 

RICHARD, of Raheroon ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur Bernard, 
of Palace Anne, co. Cork, by Mary his wife, dau. of Francis 
Adderley, of Innishannon, and has issue, 

(1) Thomas, Major 33rd Regt., d.s.p. 

(2) Arthur BEAMISH-BERNARD, of Palace Anne and Raheroon, 
took the additional surname of BERNARD. He d. unm. in 
1854. 

(3) Vinceut, Lieut. 8th King's Regt., d.s.p. in the West 
Indies. 

(4) George, Capt. 3ist Regt., b. 1820 ; d. unm. 

(5) Bernard, Lieut. 84th Regt., m. Dec. 1838, Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Beamish, of Cashel, co. Cork, and d.s.p. 

(6) Samuel BEAMISH-BERNARD, Capt. 84th Regt., took the 
additional surname of BERNARD, m. Ellen, dau. of Godfrey 
Byrne, of Bow Park, near Dublin, and had (with three daus.) 
two sons, 

1. Arthur, d.s.p. 

2. Richard, killed at the battle of Antietam, U.S.A. 

(7) Adderley BEAMISH-BERNARD, Capt. 3ist Regt., of 
Kilcoleman House, co. Cork, and Byard's Lodge, co. York, d. 
at Mayence, 17 July, 1866. He m. ist, Frances, dau. of Gen. 
George Bernard, of Heaton Lodge, Yorks, Col. 84th Regt., 
Usher of the Black Rod, and took the name of BERNARD, 
and by her had one child, 

i. Mary Isabella, m. John Bowen, of Oak Grove, co. Cork, 

and d.s.p. 1864. 

He m. 2ndly, 1843, Anna Catherine, 3rd dau. of Capt. George 
Walker, R.N., by whom (who d. 1882) he had two sons, 

1. George Adderley Hale, b. 23 July, 1846 ; Rittmeister 
and Chef d'Escadr'on, gth Pomeranian Lancers, Prussian 
service ; served in Austro-Prussian war (medals) ; and in 
Franco-German war (1870-71), medal and the Order of the 
Iron Cross ; m. 1886, Emily Louise Zehe, and has Hermann, 
b. 1888. 

2. Richard M. H. Roger de la Poer, b. 20 Feb. 1852 ; Lieut, 
gth Pomeranian Lancers, served in the Franco-German War 
(medals). 

(8) Richard, d. unm. 

(1) Elizabeth, m. her cousin Thomas Austen, of Sheaf, co. 
Cork. 

(2) Mary, m. Maj. William Sullivan, 79 th Regt. 

(3) Jane, m. her cousin Francis Bernard, 4th son of Capt. 
Arthur Bernard, 84th Regt., 3rd son of Arthur Bernard, of 
Palace Anne, by Mary Adderley his wife. 

(4) Anne, d. unm. 

2. FRANCIS, ancestor of BEAMISH of Kilmalooda. 

3. Thomas, Patentee of Lands under the Act of Settlement ; 
Provost of Bandon 1655, 1665, and 1675. His will, dated 1681, 
was proved in Cork, and he left issue, with two daus., 

Daniel, Provost of Bandon 1687, m. 1688, Elizabeth Williams, 
of Kilbrogan, and is supposed to have d.s.p. 

4. Richard, joint Patentee of Lands under the Act of Settlement, 
had a son, 

Richard, d.s.p. 

1. Katherine, m. William Wright. 
The 2nd son, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, garrisoned his residence in the 
rebellion of 1641 ; m. Catherine, dau. of Francis Bernard, of Castle 
Mahon (ancestor of the Earls of Bandon), and had issue (with three 
daus.), 

1. FRANCIS, s. his father. 

2. John, of Keelworrough, m. 1698, Jane Wood, of Kinneigh, and 
had issue, 

1. FRANCIS, s. his cousin at Kilmalooda. 

2. John, of Lisgibba, m. 1736, Mary Good, of Kilmeen, and 
was father of Richard Beamish, who settled in America, and 
left descendants. 

3. Thomas, d.s.p. 

4. Richard, of CasheJmore, m. 1730, Mary, dau. of Char) 
Vignoles, and had issue, 

(i) John, of Cashelmore, m. 10 Aug. 1767, Eliza, dau. 

Hewitt Poole, of Mayfield, and had issue, 

r. John, of Cashelmore and Hare Hill, co. Cork, m. ist, 
Jane, dau. of John Howe, of Glounavorrane, and by her 
had issue, 

a. John Howe, d. unm. 

b. Richard, d.s.p. 

c. Thomas, of Hare Hill, and Cashelmore, m. Margaret 
Helene, only dau. of Richard Smyth, of Castle Downeen. 
She d. Aug. 1886. He d. March, 1886, aged 86, leaving 
issue, 

(a) John, of Cashelmore, co. Cork, b. 1840 ; m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. of James Edward Somerville, M.D. She d. 
1882. He d. 28 Sept. 1908, leaving issue, 

i. Thomas. 2. James. 

3. John. 4. Edward. 

5. Neville. 

i. Eileen, m. 22 Feb. 1911, Robert de Strettoa 

Berkeley Herrick, Lieut. I.M.S., 3rd son of Rev. 

George Herrick, Rector of Nohoval, co. Cork. 






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Beamish. 



(b) Richard, of Hare Hill, Bancica. J.P., b. 24 Dec. 

___. Wil 
Smithwick. 



i855 ; * Jan. 1889, Amy Oliver^ dau. of William 



(a) Barbara, m. ist, A. Hannay, and andly, Andrew 
Scott. 

(b) Jane Howe, m. Henry Beamish, of Dunmore (see 
below). 

(c) Elizabeth Mary, d. young. 

(d) Mary Elizabeth, m. R. Stewards. 

(e) Margaret, m. Michael French, J.P., of Westwood, 
Ross Carbery, and had issue. 

(/) Katherine Hewitt, m. E. L. Bevis. 
(g) Ellen, m. E. Pirn, and d. Sept. 1907. 
(h) Alice, d. unm. 

a. Elizabeth, m. Dec. 1838, Bernard Beamish, Lieut. 
84th Regt. 

b. Mary. 

He m. andly, Catherine, dau. of Thomas Hewitt, and by 
her had, 

c. Catherine, d. unm. 

1. Mary, d. young. 

2. Lydia, m.' Sept. 1806, Andrew Poole, of Kilrush. 

3. Elizabeth, d. Feb. 1849. 

(2) George, of Clogheen, m. 1789, Catherine, dau. of Henry 
Baldwin, of Old Court, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Jonas 
Morris, of Dunkettle, and had issue, 

1. Thomas (Rev.), of Beaumont House and of Reengarri- 
geen, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, m. Eliza, dau. of Boyle 
Travers, of Ballymacowen, and d.s.p. 1855. 

2. Richard, of Beaumont, J.P., b. 1799 > m - 1829, Susan 
Becher (d. 14 Aug. 1903, aged 94), and dau. of Richard 
Hungerford, of Cappeen, and d. 15 Nov. 1867, having had 
issue, 

a. George (Rev.), B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 18^0 ; m. 
ist, 1864, Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. William Chadwick 
Neligan, LL.D. She d. 1865, leaving issue, 

(a) Elizabeth, m. Newton Price, and has issue. 

He m. andly, 1871, Henrietta, dau. of George Crofts, of 
Temple Hill, and d. 2 March, 1900, having by her had 
issue, 

() Richard, b. 30 June, 1874. 

(b) George Crofts, Capt. India Med. Service, d. unm. 
at Jhansi, India, 24 Sept. 1905. 

(c) James Aylmer, M.B. (Roy. Univ. of Ireland), 
b. 16 Nov. 1881. 

(6) Susan Becher. 

(c) Jane Bredin, m. 6 June, 1906, Gerald Udal, 4th 
son of William Udal, of Olton Hall, Birmingham, and 
has issue. 

(d) Henrietta O'Donoghue Martin, m. 20 Sept. 1910, 
J. Philip Zieryogel, M.D., F.R.C.S., 3rd son of C. F. 
Ziervogel, Resident Magistrate, of Arcadia, Pretoria. 

b. Richard, m. Maria, dau. of William Bleazbv, of 
Bleazby Hall, Ross Carbery. 

c. Thomas, of Passage West, co. Cork, M.D., J.P., 
t>. April, 1838 ; m. ist, May, 1865, Harriet Sophia, dau. 
of Rev. Thomas Walker, Rector of Kilmalooda. She 
d.s.p. 1875. He m. 2ndly, 2 Aug. 1876, Anna Jane (she 
a. 13 Sept. 1905), youngest dau. of John William Topp, 
of Bellevue, co. Cork, by Eliza his wife, dau. of William 
Johnson, of Rockenham, Passage West, and has issue, 

(a) Richard de Beaumont, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, Capt. Cork Art., B.A. Caius Coll. Camb., b. 
2 Sept. 1877. 

(b) St. John Hungerford (Rev.), B.A. Corpus Christ! 
Coll. Camb., b. 17 Dec. 1878, Curate of Winslow, Bucks. 

(c) Thomas Henry Baldwin, b. i Sept. 1880; d. g 
Sept. 1891. 

(a) Eileen Elizabeth Susan Harriet, m. 15 Sspt. 1909, 
Capt. Norcott d'Esterre Roberts, youngest son of 
Richard Roberts, J.P., of Ardmore, co. Cork (see that 
family). 

d. Henry Baldwin, M.D. 

e. John. /. Becher Hungerford. 
g. William Baldwin. 

a. Jane Hungerford, m. 10 Nov. 1873, Henry Hungerford 
Whitney, J.P., of The Turrets, Nohoval, co. Cork, he 
d.s.p. 16 Feb. 1906. 

b. Katherine Baldwin. 

c. Susan Becher. 

d. Mary Elizabeth, m. George Hungerford, and had 
issue. She d. 12 Oct. 1911. 

e. Annie Maria, m. George Beamish, and d. 17 Jan. 1900, 
leaving issue. 

/. Rhoda, m. William Slade Boake, and d. in Ceylon. 
g. Charlotte Sophia, m. ist, Thomas R. Whitney (who 

d. 27 Nov. 1887), and 2ndly, Boyle FitzHenry Travers. 

3. George, M.D., m. 1830, Sophia, dau. of Samuel Orpen, 
of Woodville, Kerry, and had issue, 

a. George, m. his cousin Annie Maria, dau. of Richard 
Beamish, J.P., of Beaumont, and by her (who d. 17 Jan. 
1900) had issue. 

b. Orpen, M.D., m. Susan Sarah, dau. of William Holmes, 
of Carrigmore, and has issue. 

c. Richard. d. Horace. 

e. John, m. his cousin Anne, dau. of Henry Baldwin 
Beamish (see bel<nv). 

a. Sophia, d. unm. 

b. Elizabeth Henrietta, d. unm. 9 Dec. 1896 l twin , 

c. Anne Maria, d. unm. 24 Dec. 1899 $ iwms. 

d. Kathleen Baldwin. 



4. Henry Baldwin, of Dunmore, b 1800 ; m. ist, 1825, 
Anne, dau. of Thomas Marmion, and had issue, 

. Henry George ; of Dunmore, Clonakilty, Cork ; m. 
Jane Howe, dau. of Thomas Beamish, of Cashelmore 
(see above), and d. 9 Jan. 1909, leaving issue. 

(a) Alfred St. John. 

(b) Arthur Livingstone, of Dunmore. 
(a) Eleanor Mary Barbara. 

b. Thomas, m. Harriet Grattan, auu !u,e issue, two sons 
and two daus. 

c. Richard, m. Ena Leech, and has issue, a son. 

d. George, has issue, a son and a dau. 

e. Marmion, m. Grace Morris, and d.s.p. 19 Nov. 1900. 

a. Gertrude Elizabeth, m. 1858, Henry Boyle Travers. 
J.P., of Ballymacowen, and d. 23 Dec. 1909, leaving 
issue. 

b. Katherine, d.s.p. 

c. Mary, m. Samuel Prosser, d.s.p. 

d. Henrietta. 

e. Anne, m. her cousin (see above) John Beamish. 

He m. andly, 1859, Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of John Sadleir 
Forster, of Cork, and d. 27 July, 1892, having by her had 
issue, 

/. John Forster (Rev.), Vicar of Upperthong, Yorkshire, 
b. 23 Nov. 1867 ; m. 14 April, 1898, Emily, 4th dau. of 
Rev. William Mathew Plues, and has issue, 

(a) Terence Forster Baldwin, b. 21 Nov. 1900. 

(b) Brian Plues, b. 26 Aug. 1902. 
(a) Kathleen Emily, b. 4 Feb. 1899. 

g. William, b. May, 1869 ; m. Oct. 1896, Dora, dau. of 
Major Christie, Chief of the Punjab Police. 
/. Frances May, m. April, 1885, Lieut.-Col. Thomas 
Robinson, I.M.S. (he d.s.p. 3 Oct. 1908). 

f. Georgina, m. Sept. 1880, Arthur Sumner, and has issue. 
. Sarah, m. 10 May, 1905, George Frederick Welsford, 
M.B. Cantab, of Tiverton, Devonshire, and has issue, 
a dau. 

i. Mary, m. 11 Jan. 1905, David Kingston Wren, of 
Dromovane House, Bandon. 
;'. Elizabeth. 

5. John, of Maulbrack d. unm. 

1. Katherine Morris, m. John Teulon, J.P., of Bandon, and 
had issue. 

2. Eliza, m. Henry Austin, of Ring. 

3. Mary, m. Richard Tonson Evanson, of Four-mile- Water, 
and had issue. 

4. Harriett, m. Thomas Morris, of Castle Salem, and had 
issue. 

5. Anne, m. George Sweetman, and had issue. 

3. RICHARD, of Garranloughane, ancestor of BEAMISH of Mount- 
beamish (see that family). 

4. Thomas. 

Mr. Beamish, of Kilmalooda, d. 1679, and was s. by his eldest son, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, m. 1677-8, Anne, dau. of 
John Freke, by whom (who m. 2ndly, John Smith) he had, with a 
dau., Anne, a son and successor, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, m. 1726, Elizabeth, dau. of 
, Joseph Jervois, of Brade, and widow of Percy Smyth, of Head- 
borough, but d.s.p. He was s. by his cousin, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda (eldest son of John Beamish, 
of Keelworrough), m. 1727, Mary Warren, of Kilmichael, and had 
issue (with three daus.) an only son, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, m. 1758, Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Sealy, of Richmount, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1. FRANCIS, his heir. 

2. SAMPSON, s. his nephew, Townsend. 

3. John, of Killinear and Bandon, M.D., m. Maria, dau. of John 
Teulon, and had issue (with daus.) five sons, 

1. Francis, of Killinear and Bandon, Barrister-at-Law. 

2. Charles, Major-Gen, in the Army ; late 35th Foot. 

3. John (Rev.), m. 1842, Mary, 2nd dau. of William Allen, of 
Liscongill, co. Cork. She d. 29 July, 1906. He d. 1847, leaving 
issue. 

4. Peter Teulon (Ven.), Archdeacon of Melbourne, D.D. and 
LL.D., m. Isabella Mary, dau. of Captain John Bews, 73rd 
Regt., and had issue, 

(i) Francis, m. and has issue, a son, 

Francis Teulon, b. 1890. 
(i) Mary. (2) Henrietta. 

(3) Emma Cusack Russell. 

5. George, dec. 

1. Eleanor, m. 1784, William Austin. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Richard Gillman, of Gurteen. 

3. A dau., m. Boyle Travers, of Ballymacowen. 
The eldest son, 

FRANCIS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, m. Mary, dau. of Francis 
Townsend, of Clogheen, co. Cork, and had three daus. and two sons. 
; The elder son, 

TOWNSEND BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, m. Mary, dau. of Walter 
Atkins, and had one child, who predeceased him. He was s. in the 
Kilmalooda estates by his uncle, 

SAMPSON BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, J.P., m. 1800, Catherine, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Waller Evans (nephew of George, ist Lord 
Carbery), and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, of Kilmalooda. 2. SAMPSON, of Kilmalooda. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Francis Bennett, of Clonakilty. 
Mr. Beamish was s. at his decease by his elder son, 

THOMAS BEAMISH, of Kilmalooda, J.P., m. 3 Jan. 1829, Lydia 
: Maria, eldest dau. of Capt. Andrew Poole, of Kilrush ; she d.s.p. 
1869 ; he d.s.p. 4 April, 1874, and was s. by his brother, 

SAMPSON BEAMISH, of Kilmak>oda, J.P., m. 1836, Elizabeth, 2nd 



Beamish. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 






dau. of Capt. Andrew Poole, of Kilrush. She d. 1898. He d. 4 
Feb. 1 88 1, having had issue, 

1. THOMAS, J.P., b. 1840; m. Hannah, only child of Rev. John 
Madras, and d.v.p. 1878, leaving issue, 

i. SAMPSON THOMAS, present representative. 

i. Lydia Maria Poole, m. 1897, Spencer Eaton Travers, son of 

Robert Travers, of Timoleagne Abbey, co. Cork, and has issue. 

2 Hannah Madras, m. 1904, William Verling Tayler, son of 

William Parker Tayler, R.N., of Glenbrook, co. Cork, and has 

issue. 

2. Andrew Poole, d. unm. 1879. 

3. Francis John, J.P., of Lettacollum, b. 1856; m. 1877, Alice, 
dau. of H. J. Hungerford, of Cahinnore, co. Cork, and d.s.p. 
6 May, 1897. 

1. Lydia Maria, d. unm. 1880. 

2. Elizabeth Poole, m. Warren Crook, J.P., of Old town. 

3. Mary Charlotte. 

Seat Kilmalooda House, Timoleague, co. Cork. 



BEAMISH OF MOTJNTBEAMISH. 

COL. DAVID GREGORY BEAMISH, Col. in the Army, 
late Lieut.-Col. 5th Northumberland Fusiliers, 
b. 23 March, 1842 ; m. Nov. 1877, Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Hammond, and has issue, 

1. Ella Wright, m. n Nov. 1903, Charles, 3rd son of Henry 
Evans, of the Bank of Ireland, and has issue. 

2. Ellen Prudence Gregory. 

Lineage. RICHARD BEAMISH, of Upper Bolteen or Mount- 
beamish and Garranloughane, or Willsgrove, and other lands in 
co. Cork, was 3rd son of Francis Beamish, of Kilmalooda (see that 
family), by Catherine, dau. of Francis Bernard, M.P., of Castle 
Bernard. He m. 1695, Mary Townsend, of Clonakilty, by whom he 
had issue, 

1. John (Rev.), of Maulbrack. co. Cork, M.A., 6. 1697 ; m. 1740, 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Morris, J.P., of Benduffe, and d. 1777, 
having had issue, 

1. Francis, d.s.p. 

2. J ohn (Rev.), Rector of Berehaven, m. Mary, dau. of William 
Purcell, of Park, co. Cork. 

2. GEORGE, of whom hereafter. 

3. WILLIAM, of Willsgrove, Capt. R.N. ; m. 1750, Alice, (who d. 
1773), dau. of Major William North Ludlow Bernard, of Castle 
Bernard, by Rose Echlin, co-heiress with her sister Hester, the 
mother of Thomas Knox, ist Viscount Northland, and had issue 
(see BEAMISH of Comphull). 

4. Thomas, m. 1738, Dorothy, dau. of Samuel Swete, of Kilglas, 
co. Cork, J.P., and d.s.p. 

1. Jane, m. 1728, Thomas Beamish, of Raharoon. 
The 2nd son, 

GEORGE BEAMISH, of Mountbeamish, m. 1748, Frances, dau. of 
Henry Jones, J.P., of Drombeg, co. Cork, and by her had issue 
(besides a son, George, who in. Anne, sister of Major Beresford 
Gahan, and had issue, George, who m. a dau. of the Rev. W. Stewart 
of Kilgariff), an eldest son, 

REV. SAMUEL BEAMISH, of Mountbeamish, J.P., Vicar of Kin- 
sale ; m. ist, July, 1774, Mary, dau. of John Stamer, of Rock 
Castle, by whom he had issue, 

1. George, in the Army, d.s.p. 2. Samuel, d.s.p. 

3. JOHN SAMUEL, of Mountbeamish. 

4. William, m. Sept. 1809, Harriet, dau. of Adam Newman, of 
Dromore, and sister of Very Rev. Horatio Townsend Newman, 
Dean of Cork. He had issue, 

1. Samuel George, Capt. sth Regt. ; m. 1834, Hannah, only 
child of John Slingsby, of Yorkshire, and had, 

(1) Henry Slingsby, late I4th Light Dragoons, dec. 

(2) George John Newman, late I4th Foot, dec. 
(i) Frances Susanna Charlotte. 

2. John Newman, of Queenstown, J.P., Barrister-at-Law ; 
m. 1852, Ellen, widow of J. B. O'Sullivan, Barrister-at-Law, 
and d. 23 Oct. 1886. 

3. Adam Newman (Rev.), b. 1815 ; m. his cousin, the dau. 
of Adam Newman, of Dromore House, and had issue, 

William Henry, b. 1849 ; m. Aug. 1876, Mary Helena, dau. 
of Francis Jervis, of Brade, and has issue, 

Jervis William Newman, 

Helena Newman. 

4. William, m. ist, dau. of Rev. J. Kingston, LL.B., Vicar- 
General of Cloyne, and by her (who d. 1868) had no issue. He 
m. 2ndly, 1871, Mary Webb, dau. of George Loane, Surgeon 
H.M.'s 4 8th and 49 th Regt., and d. 1883, leaving an only son, 

William Henry, Lieut. 3 rd Royal Dublin Fusiliers, d. unm. 
ig April, 1900. 

1. Sarah, m. Major Edward Rogers, of the 3rd Buffs. 

2. Frances Annie, m. Gen. Nicholas Hamilton, K.H., of sth 
Regt., Col. of H.M.'s 82nd Regt., and had issue. 

Rev. S. Beamish, of Mountbeamish, m. 2ndly, 1791, Marv, dau. 
of Joshua Hamilton (by his wife, dau. of Sir "Richard Cox," Bart., 
M.P.), brother of the Right Hon. Sackville Hamilton, M.P., Sec- 
retary of State for Ireland, and grandson of Gen. ist Viscount 
Boyne, and by her had issue, 

5. Henry Hamilton (Rev.), J.P., Vicar of Kinsale, Incumbent of 
Trinity Chapel, London, a distinguished preacher and con- 
troversialist, b. 3 Jan. 1796 ; m. ist, 1820, Anne Isabella, 
only child of the Rev. Edward Spread, of Bride, Rector of 



Youghal, by Anne his wife, sister and co-heir of Percy Scott 
Smyth, of Headborough. She d. 17 May, 1847, leaving issue, 
i. Samuel Henry (Rev.), one of H.M.'s Chaplain! in India, and 
Vicar of Lamorbey, Kent, b. 12 June, 1821; d. unm. n Jan. 
1900. 

:>. Edward Spread, of Halfway Street House, near Bexley, 
Kent, Lieut.-Col. R.A., J.P., m. ist, Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Dougal, D.L., of Glenferness, Morayshire, and by her (who d. 
1863) had a dau., 

(i) Anne Isabella. 

He m. 2ndly, 1868, Diana Spencer, dau. of Frederick Mortimer 
Lewin, I.C.S., of Halfway Street, Kent. She d. 14 Nov. 
1903. He d. 17 April, 1892, leaving issue, 

(1) Frederick Chaloner, of Halfway Street House, Kent, 
Cape Mounted Rifles, late Lieut. Queen's Own Royal West 
Kent Regt., b. 24 Nov. 1870 ; m. 17 Jan. 1905, Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Campbell Dick, and has issue, 

Lizette. 

(2) Edward Percy Fitzroy, b. 1873. 

(3) Charles Noel Bernard, B.A. Emm. Coll. Camb., 6. 
12 Feb. 1877. 

(2) Augusta Diana, b. 18 Jan. 1860. 

(3) Constance Elizabeth Noel, d. young, May, 1872. 

(4) Edith Spread, d. an infant, 1872, 

(5) Olive Mary, b. 28 Oct. 1875. 

(6) Cecilia Hamilton, b. 27 July, 1880. 

3. Henry Hamilton, C.B., Rear- Admiral, A.D.C. to the Queen, 
1878-80, served with distinction in Burmah, Baltic, China 
(three medals with clasps). He was b. 16 April, 1829 > m - ist . 
Louisa, widow of Capt. Forman, Rifle Brigade, and eldest dau. 
of John and Lady Louisa Slater Harrison, of Shelswell Park, 
Oxon. She d. 1865, leaving a dau., 

(i) Louisa Esther, d. young. 

He m. 2ndly, 1867, Blanche Georgina, younger dau. of Capt. 
W. Marjpribanks Hughes, 4th Dragoons, who had assumed by 
Royal Licence the names of LOFTUS OTWAY (see Baronetage). 
He d. 1 8 July, 1901, having by her had issue, 

(1) Robert Otway Hamilton, late Lieut. R.N., b. Sept. 1868. 

(2) Sackville Edward, Cecil Hamilton, Capt. West India 
Regt., b. 13 May, 1872. 

(3) Henry Hamilton. 

(4) Percy Tuf ton Hamilton, Commander R.N . 

(5) Gustavus W. Loftus Hamilton, d. young. 

(6) John Spread Hamilton. 

(2) Maud Louisa Hamilton, m. 15 Aug. 1893, Maj.-Gen. Sir 
W. Hope Meiklejohn, K.C.B., C.M.G. He d. i May, 1909. 

(3) Evelyn Frances Hamilton. 

(4) Margaret Esther Hamilton, m. 9 March, 1904, Capt. 
Horace Mackenzie Smith, D.S.O., 8sth K.L.I., and has issue. 

4. John Bedell, d.s.p. 1854. 

5. Percy Smyth, of Casa Santa Croce, Alassio, late of the 
Admiralty, m. ist, Ada Nuenberg, eldest dau. of Bright 
Smith, J.P. ; she d. 1873, leaving issue, a dau., 

Ethel Margaret Hamilton. 

He m. 2ndly, 1875, Frances Emily, widow of Col. Strange, C.B., 
R.H.A., and dau. of Major-Gen. Ormsby, Governor Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich, by Emily Lavina, dau. of the 
Hon. and Right Rev. William Knox, Bishop of Derry. She 
d. 25 Nov. 1902. He d. n Dec. 1908. 

1. Isabella Anne, d. unm. 24 June, 1892. 

2. Mary Hamilton, m. 24 May, 1846, Rev. Charles Henry 
Ramsden, of Carlton, Notts., and d. July, 1902, leaving issue 
(see thai family). 

3. Anne Elizabeth, d. unm. 13 Oct. 1899. 

4. Jane Anne Wilhelmina St. Maur, d. unm. 21 Aug. 1853. 

5. Esther Matilda Grace, d. unm. Dec. 1882. 

6. Frances Lucy Margaret, m. 29 Jan. 1903, Frederick Pering 
Jellard. 

The Rev. Henry Hamilton Beamish m. 2ndly, 1850, Frances, 
widow of John Dick, I.C.S., and dau. of John Udny, Judge of 
the Supreme Court of Calcutta, and d. 1872, leaving a dau., 

7. Catherine Emily, m. 18 Jan. 1887, Rev. Joseph Blaydes 
Palmer, Vicar of South Stainley, Leeds. 

3. Mary Hamilton, m. Rev. Richard Webb. 
The 3rd s'on, 

JOHN SAMUEL BEAMISH, of Mountbeamish, m. i Sept. 1802, 
Arabella, dau. of Benjamin Swayne, of Aghada House, and d. 1853, 
leaving issue, 

1. Samuel (Rev.), d. unm. 

2. Benjamin Swayne, of Mountbeamish, m. Charity Margaret, 
dau. of Thomas Little, and d.s.p. 1879. 

3. John, d.s.p. 

4. George, of Mountbeamish, m. Nov. 1844, Lucy, dau. of S. 
Crosthwaite, and d.s.p. Dec. 1881. 

5. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, m. July, 1837, Henry Herrick. 

2. Isabella, m. Feb. 18^6, Henry Jones. 

3. Harriet, m. 1854, Capt. William Hamilton, 37th Regt., and 
d. 1902. 

4. Frances Anne, m. 1845, Frederick Caleb McCarthy, of Carig- 
navar House, and d.s.p. 

The youngest son, 

WILLIAM BEAMISH, of Mountbeamish, Physician, m. May, 1840, 
Ellen, dau. of Lieut.-Col. David Gregory, 45th Regt., and d. 1887, 
having had issue, 

1. DAVID GREGORY, present representative. 

2. William, b. 1848 ; d. 1892. 

3. Benjamin, b. Dec. 1860 ; m. 21 March, 1888, Florence, dau. of 
Thomas Vance, of Blackrock House, co. Dublin, and has issue, 

1. Desmond William, b. 13 May, 1891. 

2. Geoffrey Gordon Vance, b. 4 Jan. 1895. 



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Beamish. 




1. Arabella, m. 1867, Surg.-Gen. Graham Auchinleck, who d. 
4 July, 1902. 

2. Ellen Katherine, m. 1870, F. T. D. Reid, 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons, arid d. 1888. 

3. Elizabeth Henrietta, m. i Dec. 1900, Maj. Edward Charles 
William Gilborne, late 5th Lancers. 

4. Charity Margaret, m. 1881, Capt. Creighton, io7th Regt., and 
d. 1903. 

5. Emily, d. unm. 1883. 

Residence i, Eglinton Park, Kingstown. 



BEAMISH OF COMPHTTLL. 

WILLIAM ROBERT 
DELACOUR BEAMISH, 
of Comphull, co. Sligo, 
Lieut. R.E., 6, 29 Sept. - 
1879. 

Lineage. CAPT. WIL- 
LIAM BEAMISH, R.N., of 
Willsgrove (3rd son of 
Richard Beamish, of Mount- 
beamish (see preceding 
article), m. 1750, Alice, dau. 
of Major William North 
Ludlow Bernard, of Castle 
Bernard, and d. 1773, having 
by her (who d. 1792) had 
issue, 

1. Francis Bernard, of 
Willsgrove, Barrister-at- 
Law, M.P. for Rathcor- 
mac, sold his paternal pro- 
perty to his kinsman, the 
Earl of Bandon, and d. 
unm. 1805. 

2. Richard, b. n Feb. 
1755 ; d. unm. 

3. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

4. Charles (Rev.), d. at Pisa, 30 Sept. 1842, leaving issue, by 
Susannah his wife. 

5. James, d. unm. 6. Isaac, d. unm. 

1. Rose, m. William Cuthbert, of Bloomfield, co. Cork, and d. 
1834. 

2. Mary, m. Thomas Ware, J.P., of Woodford, and d. 1839, 
leaving issue. 

The 3rd son, 

WILLIAM BEAMISH, of Beaumont, entered the Royal Navy, ex- 
changed into the Army and served in the American War as "Adjt. 
of the igth Regt., b. 13 May, 1760 ; m. ig Sept. 1789, Anne Jane 
Margaret, dau. of Robert Delacour, of Mallow, Treasurer of co. 
Cork, and by her (who d. 8 Aug. 1852) had issue, 

1. William, of Beaumont, b. 19 July, 1790 ; m. 15 Sept. 1814, 
Hon. Mary de Courcy, dau. of John, 2 6th Lord Kingsale, and d. 
i Oct. 1838, having by her (who d. 17 April, 1825) had issue, 

1, Will am, of Beaumont, M.A. (Cantab.), b. 27 Feb. 1821 ; 
d. unm. 1847. 

2. John de Courcy, of Beaumont, R.N., b. 1822 ; d. unm. 1848. 

1. Susan, d. unm. 1831. 

2. Anne Jane Margaret, m. May, 1846, Rev. William Hamilton 
Thompson, Rector of Stoke Dry, J.P. co. Rutland, and d. 
18 Jan. 1892, leaving issue two daus. 

2. ROBERT DELACOUR, of whom presently. 

3. Charles, d. young. 4. Hugh, d. young. . 

5. North Ludlow, of Annemount, co. Cork, J.P., High Sheriff 
1855, Knight of the Guelphic Order, Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards, 
Lieut.-Col., a la suite, in the Hanoverian Service, F.R.S., b. 
29 Dec. 1796 ; m. 27 May, 1841, Aline Marie, dau. and co-heiress 
of Rev. John Eric Forsstrom, Dean of Munktorp, and d. 28 April, 
1872, having by her (who d. 13 Feb. 1900) had issue, 

1. North Ludlow Axel, of Ashgrove, co. Cork, J.P., B.A. Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, b. 14 June, 1842 ; m. 16 Nov. 1869, his cousin, 
Edith Annie, dau. and co-heiress of Rev. William Hamilton 
Thompson, Rector of Stoke Dry (see above), and has issue, 

(1) Ludlow Hamilton, b. 26 Jan. 1871. 

(2) Harold Delacour, Capt. Leicester Regt., b. 23 June, 1874. 
(i) Ethel Hulda Frances, d. unm. 5 July, 1896. 

2. William Adolphe, late 3ist Regt., b. 15 June, 1844. 

3. George Horace Townsend, b. 8 Dec. 1847. 

i. Aline Matilda Hulda. 2. Alice, d. young. 

6. Richard, F.R.S. (see BEAMISH of Ashbourne). 

7. Charles, of Delacour Villa, co. Cork, J.P., b. i Jan. 1801 ; m. 
Caroline, dau. of Smith, and d. 18 Jan. 1867, having had (with 
daus.) a son, 

Charles, d. unm. Jan. 1878. 

8. Francis Bernard, of Grenville House, J.P. and D.L. co. Cork, 
High Sheriff 1852, Mayor 1841, M.P. 1837-41, and 1857-65, b. 5 
April, 1802 ; m. 3 May, 1837, Hon. Catherine Savery de Lisle de 
Courcy, dau. of Capt. the Hon. Michael de Courcy, R.N., and 
sister of John Stapleton, 2 8th Lord Kingsale ; and d. i Feb. 
1868, leaving by her (who d. 5 Feb. 1874) a son, 

Francis Bernard Servington, of Tuckton House, Christchurch, 
Hants, b. 31 Jan. 1839 ; m. 24 July, 1862, Kate Phoebe, dau. 
of Lieut.-Col. Edward Osburne Broadley, and by her (who d. 
10 March, 1873) had issue, ]^ 



(1) Francis Edward de Courcy, b. 4 March, 1866. 

(2) William Stuart Broadley (Skurton Court, near Bridgwaier), 
b. 1868 ; m. Zelie, only dau. of Capt. Sydney Smith, and has 
had issue, two sons and a dau., Daphne Alice Geraldine Dash- 
wood, d. 22 Sept. 1907. 

9. James Caulneld, of Plymouth, b. i May, 1803 ; m. Louisa 
Erskine, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Archibald Macdonald, C.B., Adju- 
tant-Gen, of H.M. Forces in India. She d. 15 Sept. 1907. He d. 
26 March, 1862, leaving issue, 

Caulneld Francis, Capt. 45th Regt., b. 1834 ; d. unm. 29 Sept. 

1881. 

Louisa Kate, m. 1863, Morley Headlam, of Gilmonby Hall. co. 

York, and Whorlton Grange, co. Durham. She d. 15 April, 

1910. He d. 18 Dec. 1884, leaving issue (see that family). 

10. Godfrey Clarke, R.N., d. unm. 11. Arthur, d. young. 

1. Dorcas, m. 1829, Maj.-Gen. Frederick Meade, of Belmont, 
co. Cork, and d.s.p. 17 April, 1873. He d. 12 Sept. 1865. 

2. Alice, d. young. 

Mr. Beamish d. 17 April, 1828. The 2nd son, 

ROBERT DELACOUR BEAMISH, of Ditchley, co. Cork, High Sheriff 
1841, M.A. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, b. 16 July, 1791 ; m. Maria 
Anne, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Archibald Macdonald, C.B. He d. 27 
May, 1877, having had issue, 

1. William Delacour, b. 16 Jan. 1841 ; d. unm. 21 Nov. 1872. 

2. Archibald Macdonald, Capt. 37th Regt., b. 28 May, 1842 ; 
d. unm. 22 June, 1877. 

3. JAMES CAULFIELD, of whom presently. 

4. Grenville Pigott, b. 22 March, 1851. 
The 3rd son, 

JAMES CAULFIELD BEAMISH, of Ditchley, co. Cork, and Comphull, 
co. Sligo, J.P. for both cos., Senior Capt. 8th Brig. N. Irish Div. R.A. 
and Royal Cork Art. Mil., b. 1847 ; m. ist, 1868, Lizzie, dau. of 
Richard Beare Tooker, and by her (div. 1877) had issue, 

1. Alice Maud. 2. Maria. 

He m. 2ndly, 14 Dec. 1878, Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Peter 
Niddrin, J.P. , of Comphull, co. Sligo, and Over Howden, co. Ber- 
wick, and d. 18 May, 1896, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM ROBERT DELACOUR, now of Comphull. 

Anns Arg., a lion ramp, between three trefoils, slipped gu. 
Crest A demi lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with a 
trefoil slipped or. Motto Virtus insignit audentes. 

Seat Comphull, Dromore West, co. Sligo. 



BEAMISH OF ASHBOURNE. 

RICHARD HENRIK 

BEAMISH, of Ashbourne, 

1 co, Cork, High Sheriff of 

the City of Cork, 1907 and 

1911, D.L., b. 16 June, 

1861; m. 14 Oct. 1903, 

Violet, dau, of Col. W, 

Pitcairn Campbell, 

I A.D.C., 3rd batt, King's 

j Royal Rifle Corps, and 

| has issue, 

1. RICHARD PIGOTT, b. 14 June, 
1909. 

1. Huldine Violet, b. 17 June, 1906. 

2. Noreen Violet, b. 

Lineage. RICHARD BEAMISH, F.R.S., sometime an officer 
| Coldstream Guards, author of the Life of Brunei and other works ; 
6th son of William Beamish, of Beaumont (see BEAMISH of Comp- 
hull), b. 16 July, 1798 ; m. 1831, Theodosia Mary, only dau. and 
heiress of Lieut.-Col. Augustus George Charles Heise, C.B., K.H., 
by Theodosia his wife, dau. and co-heiress of Rev. William King, 
; Rector of Mallow. She d. 23 April, 1874. He d. 20 Nov. 1873, 
leaving issue, 

1. RICHARD PIGOTT, late of Ashbourne. 

2. Alien Augustus William, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 24 Sept. 
1841 ; m. 20 Dec. 1892, May Ross, dau. of Sir John Gillespie, and 
Margaret his wife, dau. ot George Robertson. She d. 17 Nov. 
1906. He d. 21 March, 1902, having had issue, 

1. Alten, b. 30 Aug., d. 6 Sept. 1893. 

2. Arthur John, b. 17 Nov. 1894. 

3. George Gillespie, b. 3 Jan. 1901. 

1. Anne Theodosia, m. 2 Nov. 1880, the Hon. and Rev. Edward 
Plantagenet Airey Talbot, Vicar of Evercreech, Somerset (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, TALBOT DE MALAHIDE, B.). Hed.s.p. 16 March, 
1904. She d. 10 Jan. 1905. 

2. Emily Isabella, m. 1884, Robert Emil Le Bauld de Nans, Col. 
Prussian Art., Knight.of the Red Eagle and Prussian Crown. 

The elder son, 

RICHARD PIGOTT BEAMISH, of Ashbourne, co. Cork, J.P. and D.L., 
sometime Capt. W. Cork Art. Mil., b. 21 June, 1832; m. 20 May, 
1858, Hulda Elizabeth Constance, only dau. and heir of Charles 
Gustavus Mosander, Knight of the North Star of Sweden, by Hulda 
Phillippina his wife, daxi. and co-heiress of Rev. John Erik Forsstrom. 
She d. 24 Dec. 1892, He d. 7 June, 1899, having had issue, 

1. RICHARD HENRIK, now of Ashbourne. 

2. Gustaf William, b. 5 Jan. 1864. 

1. Huldine, m. Baron Carl Alexander Fock, Capt. ist Royal 
Swedish Foot Guards, Knight of the Sword of Sweden. 




Beaumont. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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Arms Arg. a lion ramp., betw. three trefoils slipped gu. 
Crest A demi lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with a trefoil 
slipped or. Motto Virtus insignit audentes. 

Seat Ashbourne, Glounthaune, co. Cork. 



BEAUMONT-NESBITT. See NESBITT. 



WRIXON-BECHER OF CASTLE HYDE. 

WILLIAM NICHOLAS WRIXON-BECHER, of Castle 
Hyde, co. Cork, D.L., M.A., late Lieut. 62nd Regt., 
b. 1831 ; m. 1888, Georgiana, dau. of Capt. W. 
Herrick, of Shippool, Innishannon, co. Cork. Mr. 
Wrixon-Becher is the youngest son of Sir William 
Wrixon-Becher, ist bart. (who d. Oct. 1850), and 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John O'Neill. 

Lineage, Arms, &c. See BURKE'S Peerage. 

Seat Castle Hyde, Fermoy, co. Cork. 



WRIXON-BECHER. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, WRIXON-BECHER, Bart. 



BELLEW. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BELLE W, 
GRATTAN-BELLEW, Bart. 



BELLINGHAM. 

Sec BURKE'S PEERAGE, BELLINGHAM, Bart. 



BENCE-JONES. See JONES. 



BENNETT OF CASTLE ROE. 
REV. EDMUND THOMAS BENNETT, of Castle Roe, 
co. Londonderry, M.A. Oxford, Vicar of Littleton, 
Winchester, 1899-1901, .9 Aug. 1849 ; m. 24 Sept. 
1872, Laura Maria, eld. dau. of the late Lieut. -Col. 
Thomas Edmonds Holmes, Oxfordshire L.I., and 
has issue, 

1. LIONEL EDMUND ANSTEY, late Lieut. Oxfordshire L.I., served 
in S. Africa 1901 (severely wounded, medal with three clasps), 
b. 18 April, 1875 ', 19 April, 1898, Anna Constance Georgina 
(who d. 27 May, 1900), only child of Gen. the Hon. Charles 
Dawson Plunkett, son of the nth Baron Louth (see BURKE'S 
Peerage) . 

1. Eveline Anstey, m. 26 Feb. 1895, Francis Edward Drummond- 
Hay, M.V.O., British Consul at Christiania, and has issue (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, KINNOULL, E.). 

2. Muriel Grace Charlotte Anstey, m. 4 Jan. 1908, Thomas Erskine 
Lambert, eldest son of Cowley Lambert, J.P., of Little Taneley, 
near Guildford, and has issue. 

Lineage. THOMAS BENNETT, of Castle Roe, co. Londonderry, 
J.P., m. Jane, dau. of Major Ovens. She d. 4 May, 1858. He 
d. ii Feb. 1873, having had issue, 

1. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

2. Stephen (Rev.), M.A. Oriel'CoU. Oxon, late Rector of Uphill, 
Somerset (Grantlands, Uppculme, Devon), b. 1827, m. 1873, Emilv 
dau. of Henry D. Brown, H.E.I.C.S., formerly Judge at 
Poona India, and grand-dau. of Sir Lionel Darell, Bart, (see 
BURKE s Peerage). 

The elder son, 

THOMAS BENNETT, of Christ's Coll. Camb., m. 8 Oct 1848 Char- 
lotte, dau. of John Anstey. She d. 7 Dec. 1891. He d v * is Oct 
1856, leaving issue, 

1. EDMUND THOMAS, now of Castle Roe. 

2. Thomas John Filmer (Rev.), M.A. St. John's Coll Camb 
incumbent of Curzon Chapel, Mayfair, m. 1877, Alice (d j. Tune' 
1908), 3rd dau. of W. Marsh, of Bath, and has issue 

1. Maurice Filmer, Capt. R.M.L.I., b. 2 July, 1878 ; m. ii Sept. 
1906, Bianca Rosalie Russell, dau. of late Rev. S. Russell 
Davies, Vicar of Lewisham, and has issue, 

John Russell Filmer, b. 16 Sept. iqoq 

2. Harold Filmer. 

i. Alice Filmer, d. 10 Dec. 1902. 

3. John Anstey, Capt. Inniskilling Fus., d. unm. 

^ r Se ^ t ~^ Ca ^ ile Roe> Coleraine > co. Londonderry. Residence- 
Woodlands, The King's Ride, Camberley. 



BERESFORD OF LEARMOUNT. 

RALPH HENRY BARRE DE LA POER BERESFORD, of 
Learmount Castle, co. Londonderry, b. 26 JSov. 
1886 ; 5. his grandfather, 1895, o nl y son of MAJOR 
JOHN CLAUDIUS MONTGOMERY BERESFORD, R.E. 
(who d.v.p. 19 Sept. 1894), by Rosa Sophia Mont- 
gomery his wife, dau. of Ralph Smyth, of Greenhills, 
Drogheda, and grandson of JOHN BARRK BERESFORD, 
D.L., of Learmount and Ashbrook, co. Londonderry 
(who d. 30 Aug. 1895), who was grandson of the 
RIGHT HON. JOHN BERESFORD, 2nd son of MARCUS, 
ist EARL OF TYRONE (see BURKE'S Peerage, WATER- 
FORD, M.). 

Lineage. See BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD., M. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, arg. crusilly fitchee threi 
fleurs-de-lis a border engrailed sa., foi BERESFORD ; v>nd and; 3rd, 
arg. a chief indented sa., for POWER. Crest A dragon's head 
erased arg. pierced through the neck with a broken spear or, 
point arg., thrust through the upper jaw. Motto Nil nisi cruce. 

Seat Learmount Castle, Park, co. Londonderry. 




PACK-BERESFORD OF FENAGH. 

DENIS ROBERT 

PACK-BERESFORD, of 
Fenagh House, co. 
Carlow, J.P. andD.L., 
High Sheriff 1890, b. 
23 March, 1864, edu- 
cated at Rugby, B.A. 
Ch. Ch. Oxford ; m. 

11 Aug. 1891, Alice 
Harriet Cromie, only 
dau. of the late James 
Acheson Lyle, of Port- 
stewart House (see 
that family). 

Lineage. MAJOR-GEN- 
SIR DENIS PACK, K.C.B., son 
of the Very Rev. Thomas 
Pack, Dean of Ossory (see 
REYNELL-PACK of Netherton), 

[ b. 7 Oct. 1775; m. 10 July, 

; 1816, Lady Elizabeth Louisa De la Poer Beresford, dau. of George, 
ist Marquess of Waterford, and by'her (whom. 2ndly, 12 Feb. 1831, 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Reynell, Bart., K.C.B., of Avisford, and d. 
6 Jan. 1856) had issue, 

1. ARTHUR JOHN REYNELL, his heir (see REYNELL-PACK of 
Netherton). 

2. DENIS WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. 

1. Anne Elizabeth, m. 28 Sept. 1869, Rev. George J. Mapletoft. 
Paterson, Rector of Brome, Suffolk. 

2. Elizabeth Catherine, m. 7 July, 1842, Sir John William Hamil- 
ton Hanson, Bart. He d. 2 Aug. 1873. 

Sir Denis d. 24 July, 1823. His 2nd son, 

DENIS WILLIAM PACK-BERESFORD, of Fenagh, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1856, M.P. co. Carlow, Capt. R.A., b. 7 July, 1818 ; m. 

12 Feb. 1863, Annette Caroline, only dau. of Robert Clayton Browne, 
of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow (see that family), and by her (who d. n 
Feb. 1892) had issue, 

1. DENIS ROBERT, his heir. 

2. Arthur William, Capt. and Brevet Major R.A., and Major 
S. African Const., served throughout S. African War 1899-1902 
(twice mentioned in despatches), b. 23 April, 1868 ; d. on service, 
4 March, 1902. 

3. Charles George, Major Royal West Kent Regt., served in the 
Malakand and Bunei field force (medal with clasp), Punjaub 
frontier 1897-98, S. African War (medal with four clasps), men- 
tioned in despatches Sept. 1900, b. 21 Nov. 1869. 

4. Henry John, Capt. Highland L.I., served in the Malakand and 
Bunei field force (medal with clasp), Punjaub frontier 1897-98, 
b. 22 Aug. 1871 ; m. 28 July, 1904, Sybil Maud, youngest dau. of 
the late John Bell, of Rushpool Hall, Yorks, and has issue, 

1. Denis John, b. 27 Oct. 1905. 

2. Tristram Anthony, b. 8 May, 1907. 

5. Reynell James, b. 21 Dec. 1872 ; m. 17 June, 1899, Florence, 
only dau. of Frederick Leith, of Walmer, Kent, and has issue, 

Arthur Reynell, b. 28 April, 1906. 
Joyce Annette, b. 27 July, 1900. 

6. Hugh de la Poer, b. ii July, 1874. 

7. Algernon Dunbar, b. 25 July, 1875 ', d. 5 Dec. 1908. 

1. Elizabeth Harriet. 

2. Annette Louisa. 

This gentleman assumed, by Royal Licence dated 6 March, 1854, 
the additional name and arms of BERESFORD, in compliance with 
the will of William Carr, Viscount Beresford, G.C.B. He d. 28 Dec. 
1881. 



IRELAND. 



Bernard. 



Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th arg., crusilly fitchee, three fleurs- 
de-lis, sa., within a bordure wavy pean (for BERESFORD) ; and and 
3rd quarterly sa. and erminois, in the first quarter a sword in 
bend sinister, arg., pomelled and hilted or, encircled by a wreath 
of the last, in the fourth a cinquefoil of the third, in the centre 
chief, pendent from a crimson riband bordered blue, a representa- 
tion of a golden cross, and clasps, presented to Sir Denis Pack 
by GEORGE III (for PACK). Crests ist, BERESFORD. Issuant 
from a mural crown or, a dragon's head per fess wavy az. and 
gu., the lower part of the neck transfixed by a broken spear, in 
the mouth the remaining part of the spear, the point upwards 
or. 2nd, PACK. A mural crowa arg. issuing therefrom a lion's 
head gu., gorged with a wreath or. Motto Nil nisi cruce. 

Seat Fenagh House, Bagnalstown, co. Carlow. 



BERESFORD OF AWBAWN. 

EDWARD BERESFORD, of Awbawn, co. Cavan, 
High Sheriff 1906, b. n Sept. 1863 ; m. ist, 1886, 
Emily Constance Frederica, dau. of Henry Beilby 
Milner. She d. 30 Oct. 1889, leaving issue, 

1. Mary, m. 8 Aug. 1907, Reginald Moreton, 4th son of Capt. Hon. 
Reynolds Moreton, R.N. (see BURKE'S Peerage, DUCIE, E.). 

2. Aline. 

He m. 2ndly, 30 April, 1903, Florence Lilian, dau. of 
Capt. Hon. Reynolds Moreton, R.N., D.L. (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, DUCIE, E.), and has issue, 

1. George Henry William De la Poer, 6. 23 July, 1904. 

.Lineage. THE MOST REV. MARCUS GERVAIS BERESFORD, 
Archbishop of Armagh (who d. 26 Dec. 1885), and Mary his ist wife 
(who d. 31 Dec. 1845), dau. of Henry Peisley L'Estrange, of Moys- 
town, King's Co., and great-great-grandson of Marcus, ist Earl of 
Tyrone (see BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD, M.), had issue, 

GEORGE DE LA POER BERESFORD, of Awbawn, co. Cavan, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1867, and J.P. co. Armagh, High Sheriff 
1887, M.P. for co. Armagh 1875-85, b. 22 April, 1831 ; d. 3 Aug. 
1906 ; m. 24 April, 1860, Mary Annabella, dau. of Rev. William 
Vernon Harcourt (see BURKE'S Peerage, VERNON, B.), and had issue, 

1. Marcus William, Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. 8 May, 1862 : d. unm. 
7 Aug. 1900. 

2. EDWARD, now of Awbawn. 

1. Selina Mary Emily, d. unm. 10 Nov. 1880. 

2. Kathleen. ' 

Seat Awbawn, Killeshandra, co. Cavan. Clubs Boodles and 
Kildare Street. 



BERESFORD OF WOODHOUSE. 

JOHN GEORGE BERESFORD, of Woodhouse, co. 
Waterford, J.P. co. Wicklow, 6, 10 June, 1847; m. 
21 Feb. 1898, Emilie Eleanora, youngest dau. of 
Adrian Iselin, of New York, U.S.A. 

Mr. Beresford is the second son of Col. George 
John Beresford, R.A. (who rf. 1864), and Frances 
Constantia, his 2nd wife (who d. 29 Oct.: 1867), 
dau. of Robert John Uniacke, D.L., of Woodhouse, 
co. Waterford, and great grandson of the Right Hon. 
John Beresford, 2nd son of Marcus, ist Earl of 
Tyrone. He s. his elder brother, Robert Henry 
Beresford, D.L., of Woodhouse, who d.s.p. 30 Jan. 
1903. 

Lineage, Arms, <fec. See BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD, M. 

Seat Woodhouse, Kilmacthomas, Waterford. 



BERESFORD. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, WATERFORD, 



BERESFORD-ASH. See ASH. 



BERNARD OF CASTLE BERNARD. 

The late THOMAS SCROPE WELLESLEY BERNARD, 
representing the family of Bernard, of Castle 
Bernard, J.P. King's Co., Capt. and Hon. Major 
(retired) 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., for- 
merly Capt. 44th Regt., b. 18 Oct. 1850; m. 1880, 



Monica Gertrude (now of Castle Bernard), 6th dau. 
of W. H. Darby, of Leap Castle, Roscrea (see that 
family), and d. i Feb. 1905, leaving issue, 

1. Marguerite Cecil Elizabeth, m. Oct. 1906, Charles J. Alexander. 

2. Monica Charlotte Emily. 

3. Kathrine Anne. 4. Maude Mary Gertrude. 
Lineage. THOMAS BERNARD, of Oldtown and Clonmulsh, co. 

Carlow, High Sheriff 1708 ; m. Deborah, dau. of Matthew Shepperd, 
of Killerick, co. Carlow, and sister of Jonathan Shepperd, of Killerick, 
co. Carlow, and widow of Edward Humfrey, of Clonagh, co. Carlow. 
She d. 1686. He d. 1720, leaving issue, 

1. CHARLES, of Bernard's Grove, Queen's Co., High Sheriff of 
Carlow in 1718 ; d. 1728, leaving issue. 

2. Franks, of Castletown, King's Co., m. and had issue. 

3. JOSEPH, of whom we treat. 
The 3rd son, 

JOSEPH BERNARD, of Straw Hill, co. Carlow, and Castletown, 
King's Co., High Sheriff of the former in 1730, b. 1694 ; m. 1717, Mary, 
; dau. of John Edwards, of Old Court, co. Wicklow, and had, with five 
daus., three sons, 

1. THOMAS, his heir 

2. John, Capt. R.N., who m. his cousin Frances, dau. of Sir 
Gilbert Pickering, Bart., and left one son, 

Joseph, of Frankfort, King's Co., m. Rebecca Margaret, dau. of 
Ralph Smyth, of Milford, co. Tipperary, and left issue. 

3. William, of Straw Hill, co. Carlow, m. his cousin Mary Bernard, 
by whom he had, 

Thomas, of Straw Hill, who d. 1807, leaving, besides daus., 
two sons. 
Mr. Bernard d. 1764, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THOMAS BERNARD, of Castletown, m. Jane, Mrs. Armstrong, eldest 
dau. and co-heiress (with her sisters, Mrs. Drought, of Whigs- 
borough, and-Mrs. Tarleton) of Adam Mitchell, of Rathgibbon, and 
d. 1788, leaving, with daus., of whom, Grace, m. Philip Going, of 
Monaquil, Susannah, m. Bigoe Armstrong, and Barbara, m. Sept. 
i 1749, Robert Lauder, of Moyclare, an only son, 

THOMAS BERNARD, of Castle Bernard, m. ist, April, 1768, Mary, 
dau. of Jonathan Willington, of Castle Willingtpn, King's Co., and 
zndly, 1780, Margaret, dau. and co-heir of Nicholas Biddulph, ot 
Rathrobin and Fortal (see that family), and widow of Alexander 
Cornwall. She d.s.p. 31 March, 1811. By the former he left, at his 
decease in 1815 (with four daus., the eldest of whom, Mary, m. Sir 
Robert Waller, Bart.), one son, 

THOMAS BERNARD, of Castle Bernard, Col. King's Co. Militia, and 

for more than thirty-two years M.P. for the co., b. 1769 ; m. ist, 

I 1800, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry, ist Lord Dunalley, which lady 

d.s.p. 1802 ; and andly, 29 July, 1814, Lady Catherine Henrietta 

I Hely-Hutchinson, sister of John, 3rd Earl of Donoughmore, by 

! whom (who d. 1844) he had four sons and two daus., 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Francis, b. Dec. 1818 ; d. unm. Dec. 1847. 

3. John Henry Scroope, b. May, 1820, Lieut. i8th (Royal Irish) 
Regt., subsequently Major in the Turkish Contingent in the 
Crimea ; served in the first campaign in China ; m. 30 May, 

1849, Cecile, dau. of M. Racine, and d. Sept. 1856, leaving issue, 
THOMAS SCROPE WELLESLEY. 

Marguerite Adeline, m. 1875, Capt. Caulfeild French. 94th 
Regt., J.P. and D.L., of Castle Bernard, son of William 
John French (cousin of Lord de Freyne), by Harriet Anna his 
wife, only dau. of James Caulfeild, of Drumcairne (see FRENCH 
of Castle Bernard). She d. 18 July, 1910. He d. June, 1910. 

4. Richard Wellesley, an officer in the army, present at the battles 
of Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, Lieut.-Col. King's Co. Militia, 
formerly in the Austrian service ; Deputy Ranger of the Curragh of 
Kildare, Chamberlain at the Court of Dublin in the Vice-Royalties 
of the Dukes of Abercorn and Marlborough, b. March, 1822 ; m. 
31 Aug. 1859, Ellen Georgina, widow of Col. the Hon. Henry 
Handcock, and dau. of Lieut.-Col. Henry Williams, R.A. He 
d.s.p. Sept. 1877. She d. 28 Jan. 1907. 

1. Frances Margaret, m. 1846, S. H. Goold-Adams, and d. March, 

1850, leaving issue (see that family). 

2. Marguerite, d. 1842. 

Col. Bernard d. 18 May, 1834, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THOMAS BERNARD, of Castle Bernard, Lord-Lieutenant and 

Gustos Rotulorum of that co., and High Sheriff 1837, Lieut.-Col. in 

the Army, i2th Lancers, Col. King's Co. Militia, b. Sept. 1816. Col. 

Bernard d. unm. Dec. 1882. 

Residence 30, Saumarez Street, St. Peter Port, Guernsey. 

Clubs Army and Navy and Kildare Street. 



BERNARD OF CASTLE HACKET. 

PERCY BRODRICK BERNARD, of Castle Hacket, co. 
Galway, J.P. and D.L., co. Galway, High Sheriff 
1884, J.P. co, Cork, and M.P. for Bandon 1880, B.A? 
Oxford, son of the Hon. and Right Rev. Charles 
Brodrick, Lord Bishop of Tuam (by Jane Grace his 
wife, sister of George, 7th Baron Carbery), and 
nephew of Francis, 3rd Earl of Bandon (see BURKE'S 
Peerage). Mr. Percy Bernard m. ist, n April, 1872, 
Beatrice, dau. of John Newton Lane, of King's 
Bromley Manor, co. Stafford, which lady d. i May, 
1876, leaving a son, 



Bernard. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



42 



1. Ronald Percy Hamilton, Captain Rifle Brigade, b. 18 March, 
1875- 

Mr. Percy Bernard m. 2ndly, 6 Feb. 1880, Mary 
Lissey, sister and heir of John Thomas Macan Kirwan, 
of Castle Hacket, and by her (who d. i Aug. 1898) 
has issue, 

2. DENIS JOHN CHARLES KIRWAN, Lieut. Rifle Brigade, b. 22 
Oct. 1882. 

3. Percy Arthur Ernald, b. 17 Feb. 1889. 

1. Frances Mary, b. 18 Nov. 1880 ; m. 22 Feb. 1900, George 
Arthur Paley, of Langcliffe, co. York (see that family). 

2. Mary Winifred, b. 27 Oct. 1886. 

He m. srdly, 2 June, 1900, Eva, dau. of Henry 
Hoare, of Staplehurst (see that family), and by her 
has issue. 

4. Murrogh Wyndham Percy, b. 5 Feb. 1902. 

Lineage. STEPHEN KIRWAN, and son of Thomas Oge Kirwan 
(see KIRWAN of Cregg), had, with other issue, a son, RICHARD 
KIRWAN, father of STEPHEN KIRWAN, whose son, SIR JOHN KIRWAN, 
Knt.,was Mayor of Galway in 1686, and representative in Parliament, 
left a son, SIMON KIRWAN, whose son, JOHN KiRWAN/of.' Castle 
Hacket, d. 1781, leaving by his wife, a Miss Daly, of Dalystown, 
co. Galway, three sons, JOHN, Denis, and James, of whom the 
eldest, 

JOHN KIRWAN, of Castle Hacket, m. Mary, dau. of Henry Boyle 
Carter, of Castle Martin, co. Kildare, by Susanna his wife (m. 1750), 
dau. and co-heir of Sir Arthur Shaen, Bart., of Kilmore, and dying 
June, 1821, left, with a dau., two sons. 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Henry, m. Miss Bingham, and had issue. 
The elder son, 

JOHN KIRWAN, of Castle Hacket, b. 1780 ; m. 1806, Penelope, 
eldest dau. of John Hardiman Burke, of St. Clerans, and by her 
(who d. 19 Nov. 1842) had issue, 

1. John, of Castle Hacket, d. aged 20, 10 June, 1827, and was s. 
by his brother. 

2. DENIS, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, m. 17 Sept. 1839, Edward, srd Lord Cloncurry, who 

d. 4 April, 1869. She d. 8 May, 1895, leaving issue (see 

BURKE'S PEERAGE). 
Mr. Kirwan d. 22 June, 1842. His 2nd son, 

DENIS KIRWAN, of Castle Hacket, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1844, b. 4 Sept. 1808 ; m. n April, 1844, Anne Margaret, only child 
of Major Thomas Macan, of Greenmount, co. Louth, and d. 19 Feb. 
1872, leaving issue, 

JOHN THOMAS MACAN, his heir. 

MARY LISSEY, late of Castle Hacket. 
The son, 

JOHN THOMAS MACAN KIRWAN, of Castle Hacket, b. 23 Feb. 
1851, Lieut. 7th Royal Fusiliers ; d.s.p. 23 June, 1875, and was s. 
by his sister. 

Arms of Bernard. See BANDON, Earl of, BURKE'S Peerage 
and Baronetage. 

Seat Castle Hacket, near Tuam, co. Galway. C/wftsCarlton 
and Kildare Street, Dublin. 



MORROGKH-BERNARD OF FAHAGKH COURT. 

The late EDWARD 
JOSEPH BERNARD MOR- 
ROGH- BERNARD, of Fa- 
hagh Court, co. Kerry, 
J. P., High Sheriff 1870, 
b, 1 8 Nov. 1843 ; m. 
3 Feb. 1880, Matilda 
Anne Williams, eldest 
dau. of Samuel James 
Brown, of Loftus Hill, 
co. York, and d.s.p. 18 
Nov. 1903. 

Lineagre. EDMUND MOR- 
ROGH, m. Mary Nagle, of co. 
Cork, and was father of 

JAMES MORROGH, of the city 
of Cork, m. I78ojane Morrogh, 
of Lisbon, Portugal (of the 
Kilworth branch of the Mor- 
roghs), and by her (who d. 
1817) left at his decease in 1804, five sons and four daus., 

1. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

2. John settled in New York, m. Mary, dau. of Francis Plowden, 
of Plowden, and had issue. 

3. James, m. Helen, dau. of Alexander McCarthy, and d. 1868, 
having had issue. 

4. Henry, m. Helena Power, and d. 1853, having had issue. 

5. Andrew, d. unm. 

Issue* 1 *' m ' Charles ' Dori0 ghue, of the Glens, co. Kerry, and had 

2. Theresa, m. 1804, Patrick Russell, of Mount Russell co. Cork, 
and d. 1835, leaving issue. 




3. Eliza, m. O'Shea, of co. Cork, and d.s.p. 

4. Christina, d. unm. 
The eldest son, 

EDWARD MORROGH, of Glanmire House, co. Cork, J.P., b. 1785 ; 
m. ist, 1809, Christian, dau. of Robert Joseph ffrench, of Rahasana, 
co. Galway, and by her (who d. 1812) had issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

Mr. Edward Morrogh m. 2ndly, 1816, Martha, 2nd dau. and eventual 
heiress of John Bernard, of Ballynagare, co. Kerry, and by her 
(who d. 15 Aug. 1869) h ad issue, one son and three daus., 

2. John Morrogh, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff co. Kerry 1864, 
who took the name of BERNARD, b. 19 March, 1819 ; m. 18 
March, 1841, Frances Mary, only dau. and heiress of Joseph 
Blount, of Hurtsbourne Tarrant, Hants, and d. 22 Aug. 1866, 
having by her (who d. 27 April, 1888) had issue, 

1. EDWARD JOSEPH BERNARD, late of Fahagh Court. 

2. Bertram Francis, b. 14 Jan. 1846; m. 1888, Blanche' 
Chichizola, and has issue, 

(i) John Francis. 
2) Bertram Andrew. 

1) Mary Agnes. 

2) Alice Ulbandina. 
(3) Louisa. 

3. Cyril Charles, b. 5 Jan. 1852 ; m. 1884, and has three sons. 

4. Arthur Mary, b. 3 June, 1854. 

5. Alfred Francis Mary, b. 17 Feb. 1856. 

6. Eustace Mary, of Curraghmount, Buttevant, co. Cork, 
b. 30 March, 1858 ; m. n Dec. 1888, Mary Anne, dau. of Samuel 
James Brown, of Loftus Hill, co. York, and has issue, 

(1) John Alexander, b. 8 Dec. 1890. 

(2) Eustace Anthony, b. 3 Sept. 1893. 

(3) Francis, b. 12 June, 1896. 

(4) Joseph George, b. 26 March, 1898. 

(1) Mildred Mary Sophia Rose. ' 

(2) Mary Anne Matilda. 

7. Gilbert Mary, b. 22 Feb. 1864 ; m. 14 Feb. 1900, Catherine 
Reid, and has issue, Eileen Frances. 

r. Agnes Mary, a Sister of Charity, b. 24 Feb. 1842. 

2. Alice Gertrude, b. 23 Dec. 1848; m. 8 Jan. 1880, Michael 
Russell, of Glanmore, co. Cork, and has issue (see that family). 

3. Emily Mary, b. 7 Nov. 1860. 

1. Jane, m. Patrick Shannon, of Corbally House, co. Limerick, 
and d. 1902, having had issue. 

2. Mary, d. unm. 1845. 

3. Martha, m. Richard Croker Smyth, and d.s.p. 1855. 
The eldest son, 

JAMES MORROGH, of Old Court, co. Cork, J.P., High Sheriff 
1864, b. 17 Sept. 1810 ; m. 3 July, 1844, Christine, 2nd dau. of 
James D. Lyons, D.L., of Croome House, co. Limerick, and by her 
(who d. Oct. 1885) had issue, 

Christian, b. and d. 1846. 
Mr. Morrogh d. Feb. 1884, and was s. by his nephew. 

Arms Az., a harp or, stringed arg., between three escallops of 
the second. Crest A staff ppr., with a flag attached az., charged 
with a harp, as in the arms. Motto Virtus invicta. 

Seat Fahagh Court, Faha, Killarney, co. Kerry. 



BERNARD. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BANDON, E. 



BERRIDGE OF BALLYNAHINCH CASTLE. 

RICHARD BERRIDGE, 
of Ballynahinch Castle, 
co. Galway, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 1 894, 
b. 1870, son of the late 
Richard Berridge, of 
Ballynahinch Castle 
(who^. 1887); m. 1905, 
Marie Eulalia, dau. of 
Robert W. Lesley, of 
Lesselyn Court, Haver- 
ford, Penn., U.S.A., 
and has issue, 

1. Robert Lesley, b. 19 Sept. 
1907. 

2. Francis Richard, b. 21 
Dec. 1910. 

1. Anne Thomson, b. 13 
Jan. 1906. 

2. Eulalia Beatrice, b. 4 
Jan. 1910. 

Arms Az., on a fesse between three dolphins naiant or, as 
many anchors erect sa. Crest On an anchor fessewise sa., a dove 
rising ppr. Motto Semper fidelis. 

Seat Ballynahinch Castle, Connemara, co. Galway. 




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Blacker, 



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Biggs. 



BIDDTJLPH OF RATHROBIN. 

LIEUT.-COL. MlDDLETON WESTENRA BlDDULPH, of 

Rathrobin, King's Co., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1901 , late 5 th (Northumberland) Fus., b. i 7 Aug. 1 849 ; 
m. 21 Oct. 1891, Vera Josephine, dau. of the late 
Sir William Henry Flower, K.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., 
F.R.S., Director of the Natural History Museum. 

Lineage. FRANCIS BYDDOLPH, of Kilpatrick, co. Wexford, 
d. 1673, leaving issue, by his wife Alice, three sons, 

1. Richard, of Kilpatrick, m. 1679, Martha, dau. of John Vivors, 
of Crosstown, co. Wexford, and by her (who in. andly, Michael 
Jones, of Droghenure, King's Co.), had issue, two sons and two 
daus., 

i. Rowland. 2. Richard, 

i. Elizabeth. 2. Susanna. 

2. Thomas, of Wexford (nuncupative will, Ferns-i677), who m- 
1674, Elizabeth Raby and d.s.p. 

3. Nicholas, who settled at Rathrobin. 

NICHOLAS BIDDULPH, got a lease of Rathrobin, renewable for ever, 
from Baron Shelbourne 25 Oct. 1694, and built a house near the old 
castle. He d. intestate 5 March, 1702, having by Charity his wife 
(who m. 2ndly, John Newcombe, of Aghanvilla, King's Co., and 
d. 18 March, 1753) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS, of Rathrobin and Portal. 

2. JOHN, of Stradbally, Queen's Co. (will dated 26 May, 1739, 
proved 29 April, 1741), left issue, four sons, 

1. Francis, of Vicarstown, Queen's Co., J.P., b. 21 June, 1727 ; 
m. 1765, Eliza Harrison (who d. 1827, aged 90). He d. n Sept. 
1806, having had issue, 

(1) FRANCIS HARRISON, of whom presently. 

(2) Nicholas John, b. 23 Aug. 1778 ; d. 1779. 

(1) Eliza, b. 26 June, 1766 ; m. 20 Feb. 1788, Richard Grattan, 
of Drummin, co. Kildare. 

(2) Mary Anne, b. g July, 1769 ; m. William Scott, of 
Graiguenaskerry, Queen's Co. 

(3) Patience, b. March, 1771 ; d. June, 1772. 

(4) Frances Margaret Sarah, 6. June, 1772 ; d. 1775. 

(5) Patience, b. Oct. 1773 ; m. 1801, Henry T. Warner. 

(6) Harriett, b. 1781 ; m. 26 Jan. 1799, Rev. Richard Clarke, 
Rector of Geashill, King's Co. 

2. Nicholas, of Glenkeen, near Borrisoleigh, co. Tipperary, 
b. 1737 5 m. ist, by licence, 1759, Elizabeth, dau. of Charles 
Dempsey, of Dublin, and had issue, 

(i) Francis, of Mount Oliver, Queen's Co., b. 1770 ; m. Mary, 
dau. of Major Richard Steele, of Kyle, Queen's Co., and d. 
1826, having had issue, 

1. Nicholas of Congor, co. Tipperary, and of Fortal, 
King's Co., b. 1803 ; m. ist, 1833, Catherine, dau. of 
Rev. Edward Lucas, of Rathkeney, co. Cavan. She d. 
1834, leaving issue, 

. Francis Edward, of Fortal, Lieut.-Col. late gth Regt., 
B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, J.P. King's Co. (Marie Lodge, 
Dalkey), b. 1834 ; m. 1861, Annabella, dau. of John 
Campbell Kennedy, of Ballyrainey House, co. Down, 
and has issue, 

(a) Nicholas Trafalgar, Major Durham L.I. (North- 
wood, Andover, Hants), b. 6 Dec. 1863 ; m. 1894, 
Marion Flora Campbell, dau. of Capt. Augustus War- 
burton, 1 5th Regt., and has issue, 
Francis John, b. 1896. 
Mary Eileen Frances. 

(6) Hugh Wray, Major 4th Batt. Connaught Rangers, 
b. 1866; m. Nov. 1903, Violet, 3rd dau. of John 
Gregory Martyn, J.P., and has issue, 
i. Cecil. 2. Francis. 

3. Sheelah. 

(c) Arthur Stuart, b. 1867 ; d. 1878. 

(d) Charles Thomas, Captain 3rd Batt. Leinster 
Regt. ; d. in S. Africa, 1900. 

(a) Catherine Mary, d. at Bangalore, 1869. 

(b) Amy, m. ist, 1896, Surg.-Capt. Walker (who d. 
1898), and 2ndly, 1902, Wilfred FitzGerald, son of 
Capt. Crofton FitzGerald. 

(c) May Teresa, m. 1904, Lieut. Charles Pease, Loyal 
N. Lanes. Regt. 

(d) .Beatrix Anne. 

He m. 2ndly, 1839, Isabella, dau. of James Digges La 
Touche, of Sans Souci, co. Dublin. She d. 19 Sept. 
1888. He d. 5 April, 1888, leaving issue, by her 

b. James Digges La Touche, b. 1842 ; d. 1896. 

c. Robert Waller, Fleet Surgeon R.N., b. 1845 ; m. 
Caroline, dau. of Rev. F. T. Studdert,and has issue, 

Robert Nicholas William, Surgeon R.N. 
Caroline Isabella. 

d. William Nicholas, b. 1848. 

e. Richard Edmund, Dep. Surg.-Gen. R.N., b. 1852 ; 
in. Gertrude, dau. of Dr. Allen, and has issue three 
daus., Violet, Hyacinth, and Muriel. 

a. Isabella, m. 1860, William Henry Head, of Derry- 
lahan, King's Co., D.L., and has issue (see that family). 

b. Mary. c. Anne, d. unm. 1901. 
d. Grace, d. unm. 1896. e. Ellen, d. unm. 

2. Richard, m. Catherine, dau. of Col. Bates, and d. 1888, 
leaving issue, settled in Canada. 

3. Francis Waller, m. Miss Shore. 

i. Anne, in. 1823, Capt. Hugh Boyd Wray, 4oth Regt., 
and had issue. 



. 



(2) Thomas, Midshipman R.N., drowned on the Royal 
George when she went down in 1788. 

(1) Elizabeth, m. ist, 22 July, 1789, Jonathan WilMngton, of 
Castle Willington, and 2ndly, 1806, Sir Robert Waller, Bart., 1 
of Merton Hall, co. Tipperary. Lady Waller inherited by 
will of her cousin Margaret, Mrs. Bernard, a moiety of the , 
Rathrobin and Fortal estates, and d.s.p. 1851. 

Mr. Nicholas Biddulph m. 2ndly, 1776, Hannah, dau. of Joseph 
Cooke, of Currangreny, co. Tipperary, and d. 1799, having by 
her had issue, 

(2) Hannah, m. John Grene, of Cappamurra, co. Tipperary. 

3. Richard, m. 1755, Prudence Toukes, and d.s.p. 

4. John, Lieut, in the Army, m. 30 Nov. 1769, Alice, dau. of 
Angel Scott, and widow of "Nicholas Biddulph, of Fortal, and 
d.s.p. 

i. Mary. 

1. Alice, m. by licence, 29 Jan. 1701, Kildare Tarleton, of Geashill 
and Ballylevin. King's Co. (who d. 1711), and d.s.p. 

2. Jane. 
The elder son, 

FRANCIS BIDDULPH, of Rathrobin and Fortal, King's Co., got a 
lease of Fortal for ever from Lord Shelbourne 1722, b. 1690 ; m. 
by licence, 7 Aug. 1712, Mary, dau. of Robert Jackson, of Knock- 
inglass, co. Tipperary, and by her had a son, 

NICHOLAS BIDDULPH, of Rathrobin and Fortal, J.P., High Sheriff 
1741, m. ist (settlement dated 26 April, 1736), Patience, eldest da". 
of Thomas Colley, of Killurin, King's Co., and by her had issue, 

1. Margaret, m. ist, 1762, Alexander Cornwall, of Lismola, co. 
Limerick (who d. 1779), and 2ndly, 1780, Thomas Bernard, of 
Castletown, King's Co. (see BERNARD of Castle Bernard) , and d.s.p 
31 March, 1811. 

2. Sarah, m. 8 Feb. 1769, Gifford Nesbitt,of Tubberdaly, 

Co., and d.s.p. 1772, having bequeathed her moiety of the esta ' 

to her sister Margaret. 

He m. 2ndly, 1754, Alice, eldest dau. of Angel Scott, of Caharac4 
co. Clare, and by her (who m. 2ndly, John Biddulph) had a son, \ 

1. Angel, d. a minor, 1769. 
He d. ii June, 1762. His cousin, 

FRANCIS HARRISON BIDDULPH, of Vicarstown, Registrar of thJ 
Court of Exchequer (son of Francis Biddulph, of Vicarstown) had a 
protracted dispute 1811-24, in regard to the Rathrobin and Fortal 
estates with Sir Robert Waller on the death of his cousin Margaret, 
Mrs. Bernard (see above), and eventually s. by compromise to the 
Rathrobin portion, while Fortal went to his cousin Nicholas Bid- 
dulph, of Congor (see above). He was b. 26 Dec. 1774; m. i797.. 
Mary, eldest dau. of Francis Marsh, Barrister-at-Law (see that 
family). She d. 9 Aug. 1861, aged 88. He d. July, 1827, having 
had issue, 

1. FRANCIS MARSH, of whom presently. 

2. Nicholas, b. 20 Dec. 1805 ; m. Miss Steele, and d. 1900. 

3. William Francis, 6. i March, 1809 ; d. young. 

1. Anne, b. 15 Sept. 1798 ; m. Captain Simon Biddulph, 
Regt., son of Sir Theophilus Biddulph, Bart., and had i-OH 
(see BURKE'S Peerage). He d. 25 April, 1823. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 10 Nov. 1799 > d. 10 June, 1893. 

3. Mary, b. 10 March, 1801 ; d. 10 Sept. 1801. 

4. Mary, b. 16 Sept. 1803 ; d. z April, 1863. 

5. Frances. 

6. Harriet, b. 8 Nov. 1810, went to America. 

7. Jane, b. 8 May, 1812, went to America. 

8. Sarah, 6. 11 Dec. 1814, went to Australia. 

9. Charlotte, b. 9 Dec. 1815. 10. Patience, b. March, 1817. 
11. Caroline, 6. 16 May, 1819 ; d. 28 May, 1874. 

The eldest son, 

FRANCIS MARSH BIDDULPH, of Rathrobin, 6. April, 1802; m. 
1845, Lucy, 2nd dau. of Robert Bickerstaffe, of Preston, Lancashire 
She d. 29 Aug. 1896, aged 75. He d. 28 March, 1868, having bar 
issue, 

1. Francis, b. 14 Aug., d. 31 Aug. 1848. 

2. MIDDLETON WESTENRA, now of Rathrobin. 

3. Assheton, of Moneyguyneen, King's Co., b. 12 Oct. 1850 : m 
17 June, 1880, Florence Caroline, younger dau. of Rev. Cunauif 
ham Boothby, Vicar of Holwell, Oxfordshire, and has issuf . 

i. Robert Assheton, b. 4 Aug. 1891. 

1. Kathleen Jane, b. 12 May, 1881 ; m. 22 Jan. 1906, Arthi 
Tilson Shaen Magan, and has issue (see MAGAN of Clonearl). 

2. lerne Grace, b. 6 Jan. 1884. 

3. Norah Beatrice, b. 15 Nov. 1885. 

4. Ethne Patricia, b. 17 March, 1889. 

4. Franc Digby,6. 22 April, 1853 ; m. 15 Sept. 1885, Louisr. Cc 
clough, dau. of John Thomas Rossborough-Colclough and bteire 
of Tintern Abbey, and assumed the additional name of COLCLOUP 
He d. 13 July, 1895, leaving issue (see COLCLOUG. J Tm 

1. Annie Adela Waller, b. 25 March, 1847 ; m. 1866, Capt. * 
Willcocks, of St. Lawrence, Chapelizod. 

2. Gertrude Louisa, b. 22 Sept. 1856 ; m. ist, 25 Feb. 
George Carpenter Anderson, and 2 ndly, 1890, Dr. Nevil Pour 
Cadell. 

Seat Rathrobin, Tullamore. Club Naval and Mffita^ng 



BIDDULPH-CCXLCLOUGH. See 



BIGK>S ATKINSON. See ATKINSO 



.Bingham. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



44 




BINGHAM OF BINGHAM CASTLE. 

DENIS GEORGE 
BROAD BINGHAM, of 
Bingham Castle, co. 
Mayo, b. 27 Nov. 
1875 ; 5. his grand- 
father 1902 ; m. 2 
June, 1909, Ina 
Mary, dau. of Capt. 
George Alexander 
Broad, M.V.O., R.N. 
(retired), command- 
ing H.M. Yacht 
Alberta. 



Lineage. This family 
is a cadet branch of 
BINGHAM of Melcombe Bing- 
ham (see that family), and 
descends from a common 
ancestor with the Earls of Lucan and the Lords Clanmorris. 

GEORGE BINGHAM, Military Governor of Sligo 1596, m. 1569, 
'ucely, dau. of Robert Martin, and had issue, 

1. HENRY, ancestor of the Earls of Lucan. 

2. JOHN, of whom we treat. 
The younger son, 

JOHN BINGHAM, resided at Foxford, co. Mayo. He was grand- 
father of 

THE RIGHT HON. HENRY BINGHAM, of Newbrook, at one time 
one of the Lords Justices of Ireland, whose son, 

JOHN BINGHAM, of Newbrook, m. i June, 1738, Frances, eldest 
r"au. and co-heir (with her sister Susannah, wife of Thomas Carter, 

' Castle Martin, co. Kildare) of Sir Arthur Shaen, Bart., and was 
tsiher of 

lirNRY BINGHAM, of Newbrook, m. Oct. 1761, Letitia. dau. of 
Denis Daly, of Raford, co. Galway, by his wife, Lady Anne de 
Uurgh, sister of J ohn, 1 1 th Earl of Clanricarde, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, of Newbrook, father of ist LORD CLANMORRIS. 

2. HENRY, of whom presently. 

3. Denis, of Bingham Castle, co. Mayo, whose eldest dau., Anne, 
m. her cousin Robert Augustus Bingham (see below). 

1. Anne, m. 1778, Christopher French St. George, of Tyrone 
House, co. Galway. 2. Frances. 

3. Letitia. 4. Charlotte. 

5. Harriett. 6. Louisa. 
d. 1790. The and son, 

IENRY BINGHAM, m. 1795, Anne, dau. of Robert Bodkin, of 
igh, co. Galway, and had issue, 
Henry, d.s.p. 2. ROBERT AUGUSTUS, his heir. 

6. John Charles (Rev.), m. Sarah, dau. of Luke Higgins, of 
Ca?tlebar. 

1- Anne. 2. Maria. 

3. Harriet, m. Benjamin Jenings. 
rhe ? id son, 

ROBERT AUGUSTUS BINGHAM, m. 1817, his cousin Anne, eldest 
3au. of Major Denis Bingham, of Bingham Castle, co. Mayo, and d. 
1828, leaving issue, 
1. DENIS, late of Bingham Castle. 

!. Henry, of Annagh House, co. Mayo, m. ist, Sept. 1846, 
Margaret F. McGrale, by whom he had, with other issue, 

R b ,?rt Augustus, b. n June, 1848; d. 1884; m. 1879, Helen 
Halhday Little, by whom he had issue, 

Henry Herbert Shaen, of Annagh, Belmullet, co. Mayo, 
J.P., b. 22 Feb. 1881 ; m. 6 June, 1906, Annie Frances, 
only dau. of late John Thompson, of Windsor Park, Belfast, 
and has issue, 

1. Josephine Frances Doreen. 

2. Sheila Mary Geraldine. 

Mr. Henry Bingham m. 2ndly, 1876, Maria, 5th dau. of the 
AT Jamin J enin 8 s of Mount Jenings co. Mayo. He d. 
27 March, 1894, leaving issue by both marriages. 
3. Robert Augustus. 

1. Aane, d. unm. 17 March, 1897. 

2. Maria, m. George d'Arcy, of co. Westmeath, and had issue. 
a. Letitia, d. unm. 

te eldest son, 

OUNIS BINGHAM, of Bingham Castle, co. Mayo, J.P., b. 8 Sept. 
I ; m. 19 Feb. 1846, Elizabeth Elinor, only child and heiress of 
thur Nash, of Carne House, co. Mayo. She d. n Jan. 1894. He 
'4 Dec. 1902, having had issue, 

Denis George Charles Arthur, b. 19 Nov. 1849 ; m. 1874 
ria Mary Hutchinson, eldest dau. of Capt. W. H. Broad R.N. 
d. 19 April, 1881. He d.v.p. 1878, leaving issue, 
DENIS GEORGE BROAD, now of Bingham Castle. 
Charles Henry Arthur Shaen Richard, b. 9 April, 1877. 
erald Henry, b. 6 July, 1855 ; m. 1877, Augusta Cecilia 
>rton, dau. of the late Rowland Agustus Griffith Davies, of 
ick, Cornwall. 

iard Lionel Nash, b. 29 Oct. 1856, d. 1901. 
ert Milcombe, b. 31 Aug. 1858 ; d. 12 Feb. 1864. 
aide Elizabeth, m. 10 July, 1867, Henry Tilson, eldest 
, heir of Thomas Shaen Carter, of Watlington Park, Oxon 
j-ie d. 1884. 

ance Letitia Anne, m. 1873, Cochrane E. Palmer, eld. son 
e Robert Palmer, J.P., of Beckfield House, Queen's Co. 
;th Clara, d. unm. 4. Frances Anne Shaen, d. unm. 



5. Ernestine Elizabeth, d. unm. 

6. Viola Alexandra, m. 1885, Arthur Shaen-Carter, Lieut. R.N. 
Arms Az., a bend, cotised between six crosses -pattee, or. 

Crest A rock, thereon an eagle, rising, all ppr. Motto Spes mea 
Chris tus. 

Seat Bingham Castle, Belmullet, co. Mayo. 



BINGHAM. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, CLANMORRIS, B. 



BINGHAM. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, LTJCAN, E. 



BLACKBURNE OF TANKARDSTOWN. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM BLACKBURNE, of Tankards- 
town, co. Meath, J.P., High Sheriff 1898, 6. 7 March, 
1851 ; m. 9 Dec. 1895, Olivia Beatrice Louisa, 
youngest dau. of Col. John Anstruther Thomson, 
of Charleton, Fife, N.B., and has had issue, 

1. William John Anstruther, 6. 30 Nov. 1904. 

1. Mary Elizabeth Rosia St. Clair. d. 1904. 

2. Elena Frances Margaret Anne. 

3. Amabel Clementina Olive Georgina. 

Lineage. GEORGE BLACKBURNE, of co. Meath, d. in March, 
1769, leaving by Mary his wife, a dau., Mary, and three sons, 
RICHARD; Edward, J.P. for Meath; and Anthony, Barrister-at- 
Law, whose will was proved i June, 1804 ; he left issue, Anthony 
J.P., of Parsonstown, co. Meath, High Sheriff 1829, and three daus., 
of whom the eldest m. Anthony Crofton. The eldest son, 

RICHARD BLACKBURNE, of Great Foot'stown, co. Meath. m. 
(licence dated 1774) Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Hopkins, by Jane 
Foster his wife, and by her (who d. 1826) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS (Right Hon.), of Rathfarnham Castle. 

1. Jane, m. William Webb, Deputy Commissary-General, and 
d. 1860. 

2. Eliza. 3. Anna Maria. 
Mr. Blackburne d. 1798. His son, 

RIGHT HON. FRANCIS BLACKBURNE, of Rathfarnham Castle, 
co. Dublin, b. n Nov. 1782 ; m. 1809, Jane, dau. of William Martley, 
M.D., son of John Martley, of Balyfallan, co. Meath. and by her 
(who d. Sept. 1872) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM MARTLEY, his hdr. 

2. Francis, b. 1822; d.unm. 1863- 

3. Edward, of Rathfarnham Castle, co. Dublin, J.P., LL.D., 
Q.C., b. 1823 ; m. 1857, Georgiana Arabella, dau. of Robert 
Graves, of Merrion Square, Dublin. He d. 7 Dec. 1902, leaving 
issue by her, who d. 18 Jan. 1911, 

Francis, b. 1859. 
Georgiana Beatrice. 

4. Frederick John, J.P., of Renny House, co. Cork, and Keymer, 
Sussex, b. 1827 ; m. 1856, Annette, dau. of Eardley Hall, of 
Wilmington, Essex, and d. Oct. 1863, leaving a son, 

Frederick John Eardley, b. 1858 ; m. 1885, Mary Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. of Henry Dixon, of Watlington, Oxon. 

5. John Henry, b. 1828; m. 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony 
Crofton, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. 

6. Arthur, d. unm. 1867. 

1. Alicia Catherine, m. Capt. George Daniel, R.N., who d. 1856. 

2. Jane Isabella, m. Thomas Rice Henn, Q.C., D.L., of Paradise 
Hill, co. Clare, Recorder of Galway, who d. 29 April, 1902, leaving 
issue (see that family). 

3. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Percival Westby, of Roebuck Castle, 
co. Dublin, and d. 1863. 

This distinguished lawyer, who held in Ireland the great legal 
appointments of Attorney-General, Master of the Rolls, Lord Chief 
Justice, Lord Justice of Appeal, and Lord High Chancellor, was 
educated at Trinity College (where he gained the gold medal), and 
was called to the Irish bar, 1805. In 1822 he became King's 
Counsel, and 1826 Sergeant-at-Law. He d. 17 Sept. 1867, and 
was bur. at Mount Jerome, co. Dublin. His eldest son, 

WILLIAM MARTLEY BLACKBURNE, of Tankardstown, co. Meath, 
b. 1821 ; m. 1847, Mary, dau. of the Rev. William Thorpe, D.D., 
and d. 8 May, 1868, leaving by her (who in. 2ndly, 10 Dec. 1869, 
George Lefroy, and d. Sept. 1889), 

1. FRANCIS WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Augustus Edward William, b. 1860 ; m. 1891, Isabella Eyre, 
of Florence, Italy, and d. Feb. 1893, leaving issue, 

Francis Currell, b. May, 1892. 

1. Eva Amabel, m. July, 1890, Charles Currell Eyre, of Florence, 
Italy. She d. 15 June, 1909. 

Seat Tankardstown, Slane, co. Meath. Clubs Oxford and 
Cambridge ; Kildare Street, Dublin. 



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Blacker. 




BLACKER OF CARRICKBLACKER AND 
WOODBROOK. 

REV. ROBERT SHAP- 
LAND CAREW BLAC- 
KER, of Woodbrook, 
co. Wexford, and 
Carrickblacker, co. Ar- 
magh, J.P. cos. Wex- 
ford and Armagh, M. A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
formerly Rector of 
Marholm, co. North- 
ampton, and Honorary 
Canon of Peter- 
borough, 6. 29 Jan. 
1826; m. 9 Sept. 1858, 
Theodosia Charlotte 
Sophia, dau. of the late 
George Meara, of May 
Park, co. Waterford, 
and Sarah Catherine 
his wife, sister of 
Edward Southwell, 3rd 
Viscount Bangor. She 
d. 1890, having had 
issue, 

1. William Robert George, b. 29 Feb. 1860; d. 13 March 1880. 

2. EDWARD CAREW, J.P. and D.L. co. Wexford, High Sheriff 1908 
b. 13 July, 1863. 

3. Stewart Ward William, late Major R.F.A., J.P., for co. 
Armagh, b. 4 July, 1865 ; m. 6 Jan. 1903, Eva Mary Lucy St. John 
only child of Col. Edward Albert FitzRoy, of Hale Place, Farnham, 
Surrey (see BURKE'S Peerage, SOUTHAMPTON, B.), and has issue, 

1. William Desmond, b. 20 Sept. 1903. 

2. Robert Stewart, b. 21 Sept. 1909. 

3. Terence FitzRoy, b. 15 Oct. 1910. 

1. Betty Mary, b. 20 Dec. 1905. 

2. Joan Lucy, b. 28 July, 1908. 

.Lineage. Tne first of the family who settled in Armagh, 
VALENTINE BLACKER, of Carrick, co. Armagh, Commandant " of 
Horse and Foot, b. 1597, went from Poppleton, Yorks, to Ireland 
and purchased in 1660, from Sir Anthony Cope, of Loughgall, the 
manor of Carrowbrack, subsequently known as Carrickblacker. He 
m. Judith, dau. of Michael Harrison of Ballydargan, co. 
Down (who d. 27 March, 1664), and d. 17 Aug. 1677, leaving issue. 

1. Ferdinando, " Capitaine-Leifftenante " in Sir John Savile's 
troop of Horse. Will proved P.C.C. 

2. GEORGE, of whom next. 

1. Violetta m. Gill. 2. Dora. 

3. Maud. ' 

GEORGE BLACKER, of Carrickblacker, a firm adherent of the royal 
house of Stuart, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, High Sheriff of Armagh 
1684, m. Rose, dau. and heiress of William Latham, of Ballytroan, 
co. Tyrone, by Rosa his wife, dau. of Rowland Young, of Drakes- 
town, who d. in 1689. He was s. by his son, 

WILLIAM BLACKER, of Carrick and Ballytroan, a staunch supporter 
of WILLIAM III, fought at the Boyne ; he m. ist, about the year 1666, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Col. the Hon. Robert Stewart, of Irry and Stewart 
Hall, in the co. Tyrone, 3rd son of Andrew, ist Lord Castlestewart, 
and by her (who d. ir Jan. 1678) he had issue, 

1. STEWART, his heir. 

2. Robert, ancestor of BLACKER of Drogheda and Meath. 

Mr. Blacker m. andly, Hannah Lawrence, and 3rdly, Theodosia, dau. 
of Oliver St. John," of Tanderagee Castle, co. Armagh, and had 
issue, 

3. Samuel, ancestor of BLACKER of Elm Park and Tullahinel. 
Mr. Blacker d. 1732, and was s. by his eldest son, 

STEWART BLACKER, of Carrickblacker, High Sheriff co. Tyrone 
1706, b. in 1671 ; m. 1704, Barbara, dau. of the Rev. Henry Young, 
A.M., and niece and heiress of William Latham, of Brookend, co. 
Tyrone, and by her (will proved 1/43) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Latham, b. 1711 ; m. Martha, dau. of Peter Beaver, of Drogheda, 
by whom (who d. Sept. 1802} he left issue (see BURKE'S Family 
Records). 

3. Henry (Rev.), M.A., b. 10 July, 1713 ; m. Miss Martin, and had 
a dau., 

Frances, who d. unm. 1831. 

4. George, of Hallsmill, co. Down, b. 26 Sept. 1718 ; m. ist, 1744, 
Mary, only surviving dau. of Joseph Nicholson, LL.D. ; and 
2ndly, 174.6, Alicia, only child of Edward Dowdall, of Mountown, 
co. Meath, and had with other issue, James Blacker, of Dublin, 
J.P., b. 14 Aug. 1759 ; m - Miss Mansergh, and had, inter alias, 
Rev. George Blacker, Chaplain to the city of Dublin, and Rector 
of Taghadoe, co. Kildare, who d.s.p. May, 1871. 

1. Barbara, 6. 23 Oct. 1706 ; m. James Twigg, of Roghan Castle, 

co. Tyrone. 
Mr. Blacker d. 1751, aged 80, and was s. by his eldest son, 

WILLIAM BLACKER, of Carrickblacker and Brookend, High 
Sheriff co. Armagh 1734, and co. Tyrone 1749, b. 12 Sept. 1709 ; 
m. 8 Aug. 1738, Letitia, eldest dau. of Henry Cary, of Dungiven 
Castle, M.P. for co. Londonderry, and had issue, 



1. STEWART, his heir. 

2. William, Capt. icsth Regt., served in the American War, m.. ' 
1784, Susan, dau. and heiress of Ven. Arthur Jacob, 01 Wood- 
brook, co. Wexford, Archdeacon of Armagh, and Rector of 
Killanne, and had issue, 

1. William, of Woodbrook, s. to his mother's estate, b. 1790 ; m. 
1814, Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Robert Shapland Carew, of Castle- '. 
boro, co. Wexford, and sister of Robert Shapland, ist Lord 
Carew, Lieutenant of co. Wexford, and d. May, i83i,havingby 
her (who d. 19 March. 1877) had issue, 

(1) William Jacob, of Woodbrook, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 
1852, Major Wexford Militia, b. 1823 ; m. 26 May, 1849. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Hervey Pratt de Montmorency, of Castle- 
morres, co. Kilkenny, by Rose Lloyd his wife, dau. of Right 
Rev. John Kearney, D.D., Bishop of Ossory, and d.s.p. 27 
Dec. 1869, when he was s. by his only brother. 

(2) ROBERT SHAPLAND CAREW, heir 'to his brother, present 
representative of the family. 

(1) Anne, m. 16 Nov. i848,'Sir Robert Joshua Paul, 3rd bart. 
of Ballyglan, and d. May, 1858, leaving issue. 

(2) Susan, m. 8 Jan. 1840, Very Rev. Anthony La Touche 
Kirwan, Dean of Limerick, son 'of Very Rev. Walter Blake 
Kirwan, Dean of Killala. She d. 17 May, 1908. 

(3) Ellen Letitia, d. Feb. 1908. 

(4) Hannah Dorothea, m. i Oct. 1858, John Yeoman, of 
Milton, co. Northampton. She d. 7 Feb. 1910. 

(5) Jane Mary. 

2. Edward, d. unm. 

i. Letitia. 2. Jane. 

3. Hannah. 4. Susan. 

3. Henry, Capt. 6sth Regt., who served in the American War, and 
was wounaed and taken prisoner with General Burgoyne, al 
Saratoga. He inherited from his maternal uncle, the Right Hon 
Edward Cary, the house and property of Milburn, co. Derry, am 
d. i Sept. 1827, leaving his estates to his nephew, the" Rev 
Richard Olpherts. 

4. George (Rev.), Vicar of Seagoe, d. i May, 1810, aged 46. 

1. Eliza, b. 1739 ; m. Sir William Dunkin, Judge of the Suprem 
Court of Judicature, Bengal. 

2. Barbara, m. Richard Olpherts, of Armagh, and had issue. 

3. Martha, d. unm. 1840. 

4. Alicia, m. 1772, General Sir James Stewart Denham, Bart 
G.C.H. 5. Jane, m. James Fleming, of Belleville, ro. Cavar 
6. Letitia, m. Lieut.-Gen. the Hon Edward Stopford, 2nd son o 
James, ist Earl of Courtown. 7. Lucinda, d. unm. 1843. 

Mr. Blacker d. 1783, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THE VERY REV. STEWART BLACKER, of CarrickblacKer, Dean c 
Leighlin, Archdeacon of Dromore, Rector of Dumcree, Moyntagn. 
and Donagheloney, and Vicar of Seagoe, b. 1740 ; m. Eliza, dair 
of Sir Hugh Hill, Bart., M.P. for Londonderry, by whom (who d. z'j 
Feb. 1797) he had four sons and five daus., 

1. WILLIAM, bis heir. 

2. George, Capt. E.I.C.S., b. 27 Dec. 1784 ; m. Anne, dau. oJ 
Capt. William Sloane, Royal Bengal Artillery, and had issue 

i. STEWART, of Carrickblacker, s. his uncle. 

1. Eliza Hill, m. 29 Feb. 1844, Thomas Eyre Hodder, son of 
Col. Hodder, of Hoddersfield, co. Cork. 

2. Hester Anne, m. 14 April, 1859, Frederick Ludwig von 
Stieglitz, of the Glen, co. Armagh, Baron von Stieglitz. She 
d.s.p. Jan. 1897. 

3. Sophia Mary, d. unm. 30 April, 1838. 
Capt. George Blacker d. 31 Aug. 1815. 

3. Stewart, Capt. R.N., d. unm. 25 April, 1826. 

4. James Stewart (Rev.), A.M., Rector of Keady, co Armagh, 
b. 16 Feb. 1795 ; m. 30 Nov. 1824, Eliza, eldest dau. of Conyng- 
ham Greg, of Ballymenoch, co. Down, and dying 1835, left issue, 

1. Stewart Beresford, b. Dec. 1826 ; d.s.p. 4 May, 1853. 

2. James Conyngham, b. April, 1832 ; d.s.p. 28 April, 1870. 
i. Eliza. 2. Sophia. 

1. Letitia, m. George Studdert, of Bunratty Castle, co. Clare, and 
d. 8 April, 1831. 

2. Sophia, m. ist, Matthew Forde, of Seaforde, co. Down ; and 
2ndly, 1818, William Stewart Hamilton, of Brownhall, co. Done- 
gal. She d. June, 1829. 

3. Eliza, m. ist, Hugh Lyons Montgomery, of Belhavei, co. 
Leitrim, and Lawrencetown, co. Down. He'was killed by a fall 
from his horse, 26 April, 1826. She m. 2ndly, in France, 29 'Sept, 
1830, Monsieur de Chompre, Royal Cuirassiers. 

4. Louisa, m. John Rea, of St. Columbs, co. Derry (who d. 183-) 
she d. 1815. 5. Caroline, d. unm. 30 April, 1828. 

Dean Blacker d. r Dec. 1826, aged 86, and was s. by his son, 

LIEUT.-COL. WILLIAM BLACKER, of Carrickbla'cker, M.A., b. 
i Sept. 1777, Lieut.-Col. Armagh Militia, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1811 ; m. Nov. 1810, Anne, eldest dau. of Sir Andrew 
Ferguson, Bart., M.P., but had no issue. Col. Blacker was appointed 
Vice-Treasurer of Ireland Jan. 1817, and held office until 1829, when 
he resigned. He d.s.p. 25 Nov. 1855, and was s. by his nephew, 

STEWART BLACKER, of Carrickblacker, J.P., D.L., M.A.,.M.R.I.A., 
Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff 1859, d. unm. 16 Dec. 1881, when 
Carrickblacker devolved on his sister, the Baroness Stieglitz fo; 
her life, and the representation of the family reverted to his k.ns 
man, REV. ROBERT SHAPLAND CAREW BLACKER, of Woodbrook. 

Arms Arg., on a mount vert, a warrior in complete armour 
in the act of advancing towards the right and brandishing in his 
dexter hand a battle-axe ppr., from his shoulder a mantle flowing 
gules. Crest A dexter armed arm embowed ppr., the hand gau.it- 
leted and grasping a battle-axe ppr. Motto Pro Deo et rege. 

Seats Woodbrook, Killanne, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford, ani 
Carrickblacker, Portadown, co. Armagh. Club Kildare Street. 

je, ' 



Blacker. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



46 



BLACKER-DOUGLASS. See DOUGLASS. 



BLACKWOOD. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, DTJFFERIN, M. 



BLACKWOOD-PRICE. See PRICE. 



BLAKE OF RENVYLE. 

EDGAR VALENTINE MYLES 
BLAKE, of Renvyle, co. Gal- 
way, b. i Dec. 1903 ; s. his 

I. father 20 May, 1910. 

Lineage. In 6 EDWARD I 

^(1278), the castle and lands of Kil- 

Js torrcge, and the castle and four 

A - v nuarters of Ballim'croe (now Carn- 

r Gore) situate in the Barony of 

a 'DunkeUin in the co. Galway, were 
granted to RICHARD CADDELL, who 

"'Hook the name of Niger or Blake, 
Mnd was the common ancestor of all 

[ oj :he families of Blake in Connaught. 

' ei He was Portreeve of the town of 

w Galrfay V 1290, and again in 1312, 

* Jr and Sheriff of Connaught in 1303- 

R i3o6 (31-4 EDWARD I). In 1315 

r 7be obtained a grant from Thomas de Hobrigge of the manor and 

Sands of Kiltullagh. He m. Eveline Lynch, and by her had four sons, 

1. WALTER, of whom presently. 

2. John, who m. Joanna Godsun, and had two sons, William and 
." Edmund, whose will was proved at Athenry, 16 Oct. 1420. 

a ,\. Nicholas. 4. Valentine. 

. The eldest son, 

s WALTER BLAKE, Burgess of Galway, got a grant of the customs 
cf Galway, 3 Dec. 1346. He made his will, March, 1357 (31 EDWARD 
III) granting all his lands to his elder son, Henry. He left issue, 
five sons, 

1. Henry (senior), Burgess of Galway, got a lease, 4 Feb. 1383, 
for 20 years of the tithes of Doflyche, near Galway, from Dermot 
O' Conor, Abbott of Knockmoy (Collis Victoria). He was indicted 
for high treason for joining in the rebellion of Sir William (or 
Ulick) de Burgh, in 1388, but received pardon for this on returning 
to the king's allegiance in 1395. His will is dated 1421 (9 HENRY 
V), and by it he devises all his lands to his nephew, William Blake 
(son of his brother, Geoffrey Blake), and his heirs, with remainders 
to his other nephews, Walter (Oge) Blake (second son of his 
c brother, John (Oge) Blake), and Henry Blake (son of his brother, 
, Thomas (Niger) Blake). He left issue, one child only, 
' Silly (Cille or Gyllle), who on the 6 Oct. 1438 (17 HENRY VI), 
' as dau. and heir of Henry Blake, deceased, granted by deed to 
J' her cousin german, Henry Blake, son and heir of John (Oge) 
Bakel, burgess of Athenry, all the messuages, lands and tene- 
ments that descended or might in future descend to her as 
heir of her father. In 1435 this Silly Blake joined with her 
cousins, Henry Blake, jun. (son of John Oge Blake) ; Walter 
'; Oge Blake ; William (FitzGeoffrey) Blake ; and Henry (Fitz- 
Thomas Niger) Blake, in making a perpetual grant to the parish 
>' church of St. Nicholas in Galway. 

2 .JOHN (Oge), of whom presently. 
, 3. Geoffrey, ancestor of the Blakes of Ballyglunin, of Ballinafad, 

aad the Blakes, Lords Wallscourt. 
4. . Thomas (Niger), who left a son, 

Henry, mentioned as remainder-man in the will of his uncle, 
Henry Blake, senior, dated 1421. 

c William, mentioned in the will of his brother, John Oge Blake 




, 

1. JOHN (only son by the first wife 

2. Valentine (Oge), mentioned in the will, 1499, of his father, 



! his brother Walter (Oge) and his first cousins William FitzGeoffrey, 
Silly (dau. of Henry Blake, senior), and Henry (FitzThomas Niger), 
in the grant to St. Nicholas' Church, Galway ; in 1438 he got 
the grant from his first cousin, Silly, already referred to. He m. 
Mary, dau. of Bermingham, of Athenry, and made his will 1457, 
in which he bequeathed certain houses and lands in the liberties of 
Athenry to his eldest son, and other lands to his four younger sons. 
He left issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Nicholas, mentioned in the will of his father, and in an award 
dated 1490, between him and his brother Richard. 

3. Thomas, mentioned in his father's will, and d. without issue, 
as stated in the award of 1490. 

4. Walter, mentioned in his father's will. 

5. Richard, mentioned in his father's will, d.s.p.m. 1502. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLAKE, burgess of Galway, agreed in 1445 (together with 
his father, Henry) to refer to the arbitration of Wilhig Burke, Lord of 
Clanrickarde, and Sheriff of Connaught, and Master John, Friar-Gen. 
of the Friar Preachers, all disputes between himself and his cousin 
William FitzGeoffrey Blake concerning the division of the lands of 
Henry Blake, senior, deceased. He m. Juliana French, and made 
his will 14 March, 1468, in which he mentions his wife and children. 
He appointed John, son of William Blake, and Nicholas French, 
executors, and Peter Lynch and Robert French overseers. He left 
issue, 

1. VALENTINE, of whom presently. 

2. William, mentioned in his father's will, m. Katiline MacCurke, 
and made his will, 1488, appointing his brother Valentine the 
executor, and recommending to his care his son and daughters. 

1. Eveline, mentioned in her father's will ; m. Peter Lynch, ist 
Mayor of Galway, in 1486. 

2. Anorine, mentioned in her father's will. 
i The elder son, 

VALENTINE (VADYNJ BLAKE, mentioned in his father's will ; m. 
ist, Margaret Skerrett, and 2ndly, Eveline, dau. of Geoffrey Lynch, 
and made his will 12 July, 1499 (proved 26 July following), leaving 
issue, 

fe), of whom presently. 

2. 

Valentine, d.s.p. 

3. Thomas, ancestor of the BLAKES of Towerhill (see that family). 

4. William, mentioned in his father's will 1499, d.s.p. 

5. Francis. 

1. Anastasia, living 1499, m. William Browne (FitzStephen). 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLAKE, m. Eveline Skerret, and d. about 1503, leaving issue, 
a son and two daus. 

1. NICHOLAS, of whom presently. 

1. Julia, m. Ambrose Bodkin (Fitzjohn), who was bailiff of 

Galway 1570. 2. Anstace, m. before 1543, John Niel, of Galway. 
The only son, 

NICHOLAS BLAKE, Mayor of Galway 1555. An award was made 
6 July, 1542 (34 HENRY VIII), by Patrick Barnewall, Serjeant-at- 
Law, between this Nicholas Blake and his kinsman Richard BlaKe, 
son of Geoffrey (see BLAKE of Ballyglunin), to settle disputes 
between them as to the division of lands inherited from Henry 
Blake, sen. Nicholas Blake m. ist, Ennes, dau. of Marcus French, 
2nd son of Geoffrey French, but she d.s.p. He m. 2ndly, before 
1556, Cecilia, dau. of Walter Lynch, and made his will 18 Sept. 
1564 (proved 28 Sept. 1568), having by her had issue, 

JOHN, of whom presently. 

Eveline, m. John Lynch (FitzRichard FitzSander). 
The only son, 

JOHN BLAKE, Burgess of Galway. On 6 March, 1571, a decree 
was made on the complaint of this John Blake, or Cadell, and of 
John FitzRichard Blake or Cadell (see BLAKE of Ballyglunin), 
by the Lord President and Council of Connaught, by which it was 
decreed that the lands belonging to the complainants in Kiltullagh, 
&c., should be held by them for ever, free from all charges to the 
Queen or any other charges. This decree was ratified and confirmed 
by a decree made 25 Oct. 1616, by the Lord Deputy and Commis- 
sioners appointed for settling the King's (JAMES I.) compositions. 
He mortgaged, 27 June, 1579 (22 ELIZABETH), a moiety of the lands 
of Morughe and Doulis in the franchises of Galway, to Julian Browne, 
wife of John Blake FitzRichard (see BLAKE of Ballyglunin), and this 
mortgage was redeemed in 1593. He m. Cecilia Skerret, and d. 
20 April, 1581, having by her (who survived him) had issue, a son, 

NICHOLAS BLAKE, of Galway, merchant, a minor at his father's 
death, was one of the parties to the decree of 25 Oct. 1616. He m. 
ist, Cathaline Brown, by whom he had no issue. He m. 2ndly 
Juliana, dau. of Valentine ffrench, and d. intestate 28 Feb. 1621 (inq. 
p.m. 21 Oct. that year) leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Martin, who d. before 1653, leaving two sons and a dau., 
i. Francis. 2. John. 

i. Mary, m. John Lynch. 

3. James, who had a son, 
Patrick. 

4. Nicholas (Oge). 

1. Mary, m. Patrick Bodkin. 
The eldest son, 



dated 1420. 
'The 2nd son, 

j OHN (OGE) BLAKE, Provost of Athenry in 1394, obtained in 
'. 1391 a grant of lands in Athenry from Philip, son of William Ber- 
hningham of Athenry. He m. Margaret, dau. of Philip le Brun 

and nade his will 1420, leaving issue, 
1 1. HENRY (junior), of whom presently. 

, 2. Walter, a legatee under the will of his uncle, Henry Blake, 
& senior (see above). In 1435 he joined with his brother Henry and ^ J HN BLAKE, Mayor of Galway 1646. In 1640, when the Lord 
1 his cousins in the grant of a sum of money in perpetuity to St. i De P ut y Sr Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, was carrying 

Nicholas' Church, Galway. 
'Hie eldest son, 

HENRY BLAKE (junior), a burgess of Galway and of Athenry, 
mentioned in a deed of award, dated 1424. In 1435 he joined with 



J out his scheme for the Plantation of Connaught, this John Blake 
presented a petition to the Commissioners of the Plantation, accom- 
panied by his pedigree and other ancient documents, upon which 
they certified that he was the lineal and eldest descendant of Richard 

\ Caddie, alias Blake, Sheriff of Connaught 1306, and awarded him 



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IRELAND. 



Blake. 



he claimed properties.* His ancestral estates were confiscated by 
he Cromwellian Commissioners in 1655, and he was transplanted 
o Mullaghmore, Tyaquin, co. Galway. He m. Mary French, and 
lad issue, 

1. THOMAS, his successor. 

2. Henry, emigrated to Montserrat in 1670, returned to Galway 
in Sept."i676, and purchased the estates of Lehinch and Renvyle 
in 1677-8, and d. March, 1704 (will dated 26 Jan. 1702), having 
had issue, 

1. Patrick, d.v.p. 1693, leaving a son, 

Henry, of Lehinch, ^.1721, Charity, dau. of Maurice Annesley, 
of Rath, co. Meath, and widow of Francis Palmer, and d. 
1732, leaving a son, 

Henry, of Lehinch, who d.s.p. 1780 (will dated 5 May, 
*779> proved 8 Nov. 1780), leaving his estates to his kins- 
man Valentine Blake, 2nd son of Mark Blake (see below). 

2. John, of Ballinakill, who left a son, Henry, of Ballinakill, m. 
1735, Jane Browne, of Moyne, and had a dau., Catherine, m. 
Nicholas Lynch, of Barna. 

3. Nicholas. 

i. Katharine, m. Sir Robert Lynch, 4th bart, of Castlecarra, 
co. Mayo. 

3. John, purchased his brother Henry's estate at Montserrat, and 
d. 1692, leaving a dau., Catharine, m. Nicholas Lynch, of Antigua. 

4. Nicholas, will proved 1683. He left a dau.,' Anstas. 

1. Catherine, m. Francis Browne. 

2. Julliane. 3. Mary. 4. Sheila. 

John Blake d. intestate at Mullaghmore 1680, and was s. by his 
eldest son, 

THOMAS BLAKE, of Mullaghmore and of Galway, merchant, m. 
1658, Mary, eldest dau. of Nicholas Blake, of Kiltullagh, and had 
issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 2. Nicholas. 

1. Catharine. 2. Juliana, m. 1684, Philip Butler. 

3. Mary, m. 1683, Bartholomew Lynch. 
The elder son, 

JOHN BLAKE, of Mullaghmore, and of Windfield, which he pur- 
chased 1703, m. 28 Dec. 1695, Eveline Lynch, of Bellacurren, and d. 
1720 (will dated 17 June, 1720, proved 20 April, 1725), leaving issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Mark, m. 18 Sept. 1731, Joan, dau. of Ignatius French, of 
Carrowrea, son of Valentine French, and had issue (with several 
daus.), 

1. Ignatius (called Naty), d. unm. at Lima, 1794. 

2. VALENTINE, s. his kinsman Henry Blake, of Lehinch and 
Renvyle, in 1780 (see below). 

3. John, of Mullaghmore and Windfield, co. Galway, and The 
Heath, co. Mayo (see BLAKE of Annefield). 

3. Nicholas. 4. Patrick. 

1. Demphna. 

2. Margaret, m. ist, about 1745, Mark Blake, of Ballinafad (who 
d.s.p. 1760). She in. 2ndly, 1765, Henry Lynch, of Clogher. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BLAKE, of Mullaghmore and Windfield, m. 1719, Anne, 
dau. of John Bodkin, of Annagh, co. Galway, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 2. Martin, d.s.p. 

3. Marcus, d.s.p. 4. Nicholas, d.s.p. 

i. Ellen, m. James Kelly. 2. Bridget, m. Andrew Concannon. 

3. Catharine, m. McDermott. 

4. Mary. m. Michael Browne, of Moyne. 

5. Margaret, m. Thomas Fitzmaurice. 

6. Julia, m. Birmingham. 

Thomas Blake d. May, 1762 (will proved that year), and was s. by 
his eldest son, 

JOHN BLAKE, of Mullaghmore and Windfield, m. 1751, Mary, 
dau. of Patrick Kirwan (senior), of Cregg, but d.s.p. By his will, 
dated 27 Feb. 1786, proved 21 Feb. 1788, he devised his estates 
to his cousin John Blake, 3rd son of Mark Blake (see BLAKE of 

*To prove his ancestral title to the lands of Kiltorrpge, Ballym'croe 
and Kiltollagh. The petition states that the petitioner's ancestors 
" did plant thereabouts, being an auncient English familye, and 
there continued without chandge of languadge, manners, or habit, 
and without once matching with any Irish familye since the nynth 
yeare of King Edward the Second. . , . That the peticioner is 
the eleaventh masculyn English descent lyneally descended from 
father to the sonn, in the possession of the sayd lands from Richard 
Caddie dicto Nigro . . . And that although the peticioner after 
soe long a tracte of tyme, be called Blake or Niger, yett in the offices 
taken post mortem of his auncestors, they were called Blake alias 
Caddie." The Commissioners reported " Wee doe fynd by auncient 
evidences some without date by the auncient characters whereof wee 
conceave the same to have ben made in the Raygne of King Edward 
the First, and some others bearinge date in the sixt yeare of the 
Raigne of Kin.? Edward the First, that the Manner and lands of 
Kiltorroge . . . and the towne and lands of Ballym'croe . . . were 
then graunted unto Richard Caddie dicto Nigro, and his heirs . . . 
and that the Castle and Mannor of Kiltulagh were graunted unto 
the said Richard Caddie dicto Nigro and his heirs by deed dated the 
9th yeare of King Edward the Second. . . . And wee further fynd 
that the peticioner the said John Blake alias Caddie did by a petegree 
produced before us and proved by severall matters of fecorde and 
by divers and sundrie auncient wills and deeds mad^ by his aunces- 
tors, prove himself to be heire male of the boddye of the said Richard 
Caddie dicto Nigro. . . . Uppon all which wee conceave .... that 
the said John Blake alias Caddie .... being of an auncient 
Englishe blood and surname, have and doth contynewe in the 
possessions by him held as aforesaid. . . . Given at his Majesties 
Inns the 5th of June, 1640, Richard Bolton, Chancellor; Garrat 
Lowther." 



Annefield). He was s. eventually in the representation of his family 
by his cousin, 

VALENTINE BLAKE, of Lehinch and Renvyle, High Sheriff of 
Mayo 1781, 2nd son of Mark Blake (see above). He s. his kinsman 
Henry Blake, of Lehinch, in 1780 in the Lehinch and Renvyle 
properties (see above). He m. 1788, Anna Maria, dau. of the Hon 
and Rev. Richard Henry Roper, of Clones, son of Henry, 8th Lord 
Teynham, by Anne, Baroness Dacre, his wife ; and by her (who 
m. 2ndly, J ames Shuttleworth, of Barton Lodge, co. Lancaster) had 
issue, 

1. HENRY, his successor. 2. Marcus, d. young. 

1. Jane Maria, d. unm. 1815. 2. Caroline, d. unm. 1812. 

3. Julia Frances, m. Rev. Henry Burke, a younger son of Michael 

Burke, of Ballydugan, co. Galway. 
Mr. Blake d. 1800, and was s. by his elder son, 

HENRY BLAKE, of Renvyle, J.P., b. 18 Nov. 1789 ; m. 22 Dec. 
1810, Martha Louisa, dau. of Joseph Attersoll, of Portland Place, 
London, and by her (who d. June, 1853) had issue, 

1. EDGAR HENRY, his successor. 

2. Harold Henry, b. i July, 1817 ; d. unm. Nov. 1873. 

3. Ethelbert Henry, M.D., L.R.C.S., Deputy Inspector-Gen of 
Hospitals, formerly Surgeon R.A., b. Dec. 1818 ; m. Oct. 1849, 
Jane Caroline, dau. of Dr. Hay, H.E.I.C.S. He d. 6 June, 
1897. She d. 21 Nov. 1911, leaving issue, 

i. Henry, b. 14 June, 1852, M.B., Great Yarmouth ; m. 28 
April, 1 88 1, Lucy Agnes, dau. of Thomas Mounsey, of Oakfield, 
Garstang, Lancashire, and has issue, 

(1) Valentine Henry, b. 29 Jan. 1882. 

(2) Harold Henry, b. i Aug. 1883. 



(3) Denis Henry, b. 29 April, 1889. 
(i) Gertrude Mary, b. 22 Sept. 1885. 
2. Arthur Henry, M.A. Camb., b. 22 Nov. 1857 ; m. 19 April, 



SSk 



.. Dora Mabel, dau. of John Rogers of Rawdon House, 
ford, and has issue, 

(1) Roger Derrick Campbell, b. 8 March, 1895. 

(2) Arthur Shirley Ethelbert, b. 28 May, 1896. 

3. William Henry, M.D. Brussels, b. 12 Jan 1863 ; m. n June, 
1890, Caroline Spencer, dau. of Rev. J. C. Bradley, and has issue, 

John Churchill, b. 30 May, 1894. 
Rose Spencer, b. 15 May, 1891. 

4. Robert, b. at Gibraltar, 1865 ; d. young. 
i. Edith Mary, d. in 1851. 2. Emma. 

3. Caroline Maria. 

4. Emilie Susette, d. at Gibraltar, Sept. 1865. 5. Ethel Jane. 
6. Eleanor Martha, m. 2? Dec. 1899, Rev. Arthur Leigh Barker, 
Vicar of Sway, Hants. 

4. Egbert Henry, R.E., b. 15 Sept. 1821 ; lost in the wreck of the 
" Solway," 8 April, 1843. 

5. Ethelred Henry, d. 1838, aged 14. 

6. Ethelstane Henry, b. 3 April, 1826 ; m. Aug. 1866, Sophia 
Marguerite, dau. of Louis Gaudard, of Lausanne, Switzerland, 
and d. 8 June, 1884, leaving issue, 

1. Herbert Edgar, b. 24 May, 1873 ; m. 20 Nov. 1895, Maud, 
dau. of Bumpus, and has issue, 

Ethelbert. 

2. Egbert Mabille, b. 4 Nov. 1874. 

i. Ellen Marguerite, m. 2 June, 1897, Thomas Eagleston 
Gordon, M.B., F.R.C.S.I., and has issue, 

7. Herbert Henry, b. 4 May, 1828 ; d. unm. 1855. 

1. Emelie Anna, d. unm. 1867. 

2. Eleanor Elizabeth, d. unm. 25 July, 1882. 
Mr. Blake d. 6 May, 1856, and was s. by his eldest son, 

EDGAR HENRY BLAKE, of Renvyle, Capt. R.N., J.P., b. 19 Dec. 
1814 ; m. 2 March, 1861, Caroline Johanna, dau. of Rev. Henry A. 
Burke, a younger son of Michael Burke, of Ballydugan, co. Galway ; 
and d, 25 Nov. 1872, leaving issue, 

1. HENRY EDGAR VALENTINE, late of Renvyle. 

2. Robert Attersoll (Barkley, Gwelo, S. Africa), b. 17 Jan. 1867 ; 
m. 24 Jan. 1902, Jane Frances Mary, only dau. of the late Charles 
Carter Blake, D.Sc., elder son of Charles Ignatius Blake, of 
Quinfero, S. America. 

1. Julia Emilie Martha. 
The elder son, 

HENRY EDGAR VALENTINE BLAKE, of Renvyle, co. Galway, and 
Foil Tra. Howth, co. Dublin, J.P., L.R.C.P. and R.C.S.I , b. 20 Aug. 
1864 ; m. 2 Oct. 1901, Elizabeth Josephine, only dau. of Surgeon 
Thomas William Myles, of Foil Tra, Howth, co. Dublin, and d. 
20 May, 1910, having had issue, 

EDGAR VALENTINE MYLES, now of Renvyle. 

J oan Caroline Fanella, b. i Aug. 1902. 

Arms Arg. a fret gu. Crest A mountain cat passant ppr. 
Giotto Virtus sola nobilitat. 

Seat Renvyie, Letterfrack, Connemara, co. Galway. 



BLAKE OF ANNEFIELD. 

ST. JOHN ROBERT BOWEN BLAKE, of Annefield, 
co. Mayo, b. May, 1867 ; m, Katherine, dau. of Rev. 
Powell Jones, Rector of Newton, St. Petrock, Devon< 

Lineage. JOHN BLAKE, of the Heath, co. Mayo, J.P., 3rd 
son of Mark Blake (2nd son of John Blake, of Mullaghmore and 
Windfield), and younger brother of Valentine Blake of Lehinch and 
Renvyle (see that family*', s. to Mullaghmore and Windfield, co. 
Galway, the old family property, by devise of his cousin, John 
Blake in 1788. He m. Aug. 1787, Mary, dau. of Christopher Bowen 
of Hollymount, co. Mayo (see that family), and d. 1812, leaving issue, 



Blake. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



48 



1. CHRISTOPHER JOHN, his heir. 

2. HENRY MARTYN, s. his nephew. 

1. Anna Maria, m. William Malachy Burke, of Ballyduggan, and 

had issue (see that family), 
The elder son, 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN BLAKE, of Windfield, m. Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Burke, of St. Clerans, and d. 14 March, 1820, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN BOWEN, his heir. 

1. Elizabeth. 2. Maria. 

The only son, 

JOHN BOWEN BLAKE, of Windfield, d. unm. 1823, and was s. by 
his uncle, 

HENRY MARTYN BLAKE, of Windfield, co. Galway, and the 
Heath and Kilnock, co. Mayo, b. 1796, m. Anastasia Gaussen, and 
by her had a son, 

1. JOHN HENRY, his heir. 

He m. andly, Nichola Frances Charlotte, dau. of Robert ffrench, 
of Monivea (see that family). She d. Jan. 1878. He d. Jan. 1857, 
leaving with several daus. (of whom Annie Maria, m. Acheson Sydney 
O'Brien ffrench, D.L., and has issue (see FFRENCH of Monivea), and 
Johanna Isabella, m. ist, 1864, Croasdaile Molony, of Granahan, 
who d.s.p. 1872, and 2ndly, 1873, John Blakeney of Abbert, who d. 
1901, leaving issue (see that family), two sons, 

2. Robert ffrench (Rev.), of Kilnock, co. Mayo, Rector of Staple, 
Kent, B.A T.C.D., b. 18 June, 1838 ; m. 8 Nov. 1877, Mary 

thur T. 



Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur T. Hewitt, D.L. She d. 28 July, 1900. 
He d. 1 8 Oct. 1900, leaving issue, 



1. Arthur O'Brien ffrench, of Kilnock, co. Mayo (The Mount, 
Uxbridge), Major Royal East Kent. Yeo., b. 22 Feb. 1879 ', m. 

Laura Iris, dau. of Harry Walker, of Cadogan Place. 

2. Robert Charles Sydney ffrench, 2nd Lieut. The Buffs, b. 
18 July, 1880, accidentally shot in S. Africa, 19 May, 1902. 

LSt. John Lucius O'Brien Acheson ffrench, 2nd Lieut. 2ist 
ncers, b. 26 May, 1889. 

4. Desmond O'Brien Evelyn ffrench, b. 30 June, 1900. 
I. Nora Mary Nicola Rosamond ffrench, b. 12 Sept. 1886. 
3. Lucius O'Brien, m. Cecilia, widow of Rev. Crole Windham, of 
Rutland Gate, and d.s.p. 28 Nov., 1901. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN HENRY BLAKE, of Annefield and the Heath, co. Mayo, 
J.P., Capt. 4th Lancashire Militia, b. 1819, m. 1865, Sarah Nassau, 
dau. of Rev. John MacGregor Grier, Vicar of Stourbridge, Stafford- 
shire, and d. 1873, leaving issue, 

1. ST. JOHN ROBERT BOWEN, now of Annefield. 

2. Lynden Henry Edward, b. May, 1867 ; m, Millicent, dau. of 
Major Brady, and has issue, two sons. 

1. Sarah Christina Maria, m. April, 1887, Cecil Cornthwaite 
Powell, of Westerham, Kent. 
Arms See BLAKE of Renvyle. 
Seat Annefield, co. Mayo. 



BLAKE OF TOWER HILL. 

COL. MAURICE CHARLES JOSEPH BLAKE, C.B., 
of Towerhill, C o. Mayo, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 
of Mayo 1864 ; late Col. 3rd Batt. Connaught 
Rangers, b. 20 July, 1837 ; m. 24 Nov. 1863, Jean- 
nette, only surviving dau. of Surgeon Richard Pearce 
O'Reilly, of Sans Souci, co. Dublin (by his 2nd wife, 
Olivia, 3rd dau. of Nicholas Kenney, of Rocksavage' 
co. Monaghan), and has issue, 

1. VALENTINE JOSEPH, late Capt. 3rd Batt. Connaught Rangers, 
b. 10 June, 1866. 

2. Charles Joseph, b. n June, 1867. 

1. Olivia. 2. Georgina. 

3. Cecilia, d. 1886. 4. Margaret. 
5. Frances, d. unm. 8 Sept. 1897. 

Lineage. This is a branch of BLAKE of Renvyle, but more 
immediately descending from the house of BLAKE of Menlo (Baronet) 

THOMAS BLAKE, 3rd son of Valentine Blake (who d. 1499), by his 
wife, Eveline Lynch (see BLAKE of Renvyle), was Mayor of the town 
of Galway in 1545 and 1562. He had a son, 

WALTER, m. Juliane Browne, and d. vita patris in is73 leaving 

three sons, 

i. VALENTINE (Sir), of whom hereafter. 



her had a son, Francis (Sir), created a bart. 3 May, 1774, 
which title became extinct on the death of Sir Francis Blake' 
3rd bart. of Twisei, wno d. s.p.l. 1860. 

Thomas Blake, who at his decease was seised in fee of a moiety of 
the castle and lands of Ballym'croe (now Carnmore), which had been 
granted in 1278 to his ancestor Richard Caddell, surnamed Blake, 
d. 20 Jan. 1574 (post mortem inq. dated 21 July, 1576), and was 
s. by his grandson and heir, 

SIR VALENTINE BLAKE (FitzWalter, FitzThomas), b. 1560, Mayor 
of town of Galway in 1611, and again in 1630 ; got a grant 8 June, 
1621, of the castle and lands of Muckiniss, co. Clare, and was created 
a baronet of Ireland on 10 July, 1622. He m. ist, Margaret, dau. 
of Robuck French, by whom he had issue, two sons and three daus. 

1. THOMAS (Sir), of whom hereafter. 

2. Francis, Mayor of Galway in 1640. 

1. Juliane, m. Adam Font, of Galway. 

2. Margaret, m. ist, Sir Nicholas Arthur ; 2ndly, Theobald, 
Butler, of the family of Lord Caheir. 

3. Anne, m. Richard Darcy. 

Sir Valentine m. 2ndly, Annabel, dau. of James Lynch, but by her 
(who survived him) had no issue ; his will, dated 20 June, 1629 (with 
codicil dated 2 Jan. 1634), was proved in 1634.. He d. 2 Jan. 1634 
(inq. dated 23 April, 1636), and was bur. in St. Francis' Abbey, 
Galway, in the Chapel of " Our Lady of Loretto," erected by himself. 
He was s. by his eldest son, 

SIR THOMAS BLAKE, of Menlo, co. Galway > 2nd bart. ; he was 
Mayor of Galway in 1637. In the Strafford .Survey of Mayo, 1636, 
he is returned as the owner of the lands of Clonyne (now forming the 
estate of Towerhill) in the Barony of Carra, co. Mayo. Sir Thomas 
m. Juliane Browne, dau. of Geoffrey Browne, of Carrowbrowne, and 
had issue (with several daus., one of whom, Moggine, m. James 
Lynch, of Galway) four sons, 

1. SIR VALENTINE, created a knight in the lifetime of his grand- 
father, Sir Valentine Blake, ist bart. 

2. Walter, first of Galway, but afterwards of Exning, Suffolk. 
On 22 Feb. 1668, he got a grant by patent, under the Acts of 
Settlement, of the lands of Menlo and of Ballym'croe, alias Carn- 
more, in co. Galway, and the lands of Clooneen, co. Mayo, part 
of the estate of his then deceased brother, Sir Valentine Blake, 
3rd bart., which had been sequestrated by the Cromwellian 
Government ; and in 1669 he executed a deed of settlement of 
these lands on his four nephews (sons of his brother, Sir Valentine 
Blake, 3rd bart.), viz., Sir Thomas Blake, 4th bart., Henry Blake, 
Francis Blake, and John Blake, successively in tail male. This 
Walter Blake's will, in which he is described as " of Exning, 
Suffolk," is dated 21 Nov. 1672, and was proved in London 29 April, 
1674. He d.s.p. 

3. Geoffrey (Rev.), a priest in Holy Orders of the Roman Catholic 
Church. 

4. John (Rev.), a priest in Holy Orders of the Roman Catholic 
Church. 

Sir Thomas Blake d. in 1642, and was s. by his eldest son, 

SIR VALENTINE BLAKE, of Menlo, 3rd bart., Mayor of Galway in 
1643. He m. (marriage settlement 27 June, 1632) Ellinor, 2nd dau. of 
Sir Henry Lynch, of Galway, ist bart. (see LYNCH-BLOSSE, Bart.), 
and by her (who survived him) left issue four sons and three daus., 
namely, 

1. SIR THOMAS, his heir, 4th bart. of Menlo, whose descendants 
in the male line became extinct upon the death s.p. of his great 

frandson, Sir Ulick Blake, 8th bart., in 1766. 
. Henry, who had a son, 
Thomas, of Breandrum, co. Galway, who d. 1764, leaving issue, 

(1) Thomas (Sir), of Breandrum, who s. as gth bart. in 1766, 
and d.s.p. masc. in 1787. 

(2) Walter (Sir), who s. his brother as lotli bart., and is 
ancestor of the present Sir Valentine Blake, of Menlo, i4th 
bart. 

3. Francis, supposed to have been a patentee of lands in the State 
of Carolina. He had a son, 

Joseph, one of the " Lords Proprietors " of Carolina who sur- 
rendered their patent rights to the Crown in 1728. He d.s.p. 

4. JOHN (ancestor of BLAKE of Towerhill), of whom hereafter. 

1. Juliane, m. Alexander Kirwan, of Dalgan, co. Mayo. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Andrew Blake, of Fartigar and Castle Grove, 
7th son of Robert Blake, of Ardfry. From this marriage 
descend the Canadian families of Blake. 

3. Annabel (Nell or Elena), m. Thomas Fleming, whom she sur- 
vived, and whose will she proved in the Diocesan Court of Tuam 
on 4 April, 1689. She d. intestate in 1705. 

Sir Valentine Blake, 3rd bart., d. 1652. His will, dated i June, 1651 , 
as proved in Dublin, 12 April, 1654. The extensive estates of Sir 



,-.-- , Valentine in the cos. of Clare, Galway, and Mayo, and in the town of 

JAMES (Capt), m. Margery, dau. of Alderman Dominick I Galway, were, after the death of Sir Valentine, sequestrated by the 
Galwa >' and d - at Galway, 20 Feb. 1635, leaving Cromwellian Government ; but after King CHARLES II's restoration 

Sir Valentine's widow. Dame Ellinor Blake, obtained on 14 July, 



issue, 

GEOFFREY, m. Juliane, dau. of Thomas Martin, of Galwav 

and had issue. 

WALTER, who on !7 Aug. 1677, got a grant by patent of 
the lands of Drum, co. Galway, and is ancestor of the family 
of BLAKE of Drum, and afterwards of Gortnamona co 
Galway. 



1663, a decree of the Court of Claims, whereby she was restored as 
" an innocent Papist " to the castle and lands of Muckiniss and 
the castle and lands of Ballyally, both in co. Clare. Sir Valentine 
Blake's 4th son, 

JOHN BLAKE, of Muckiniss, co. Clare, m. (marriage settlement 
dated 10 Jan. 1678) Mary, dau. of Isidore Lynch, of Drimcong, co. 



Tpnnpf- m TC- Tr,k ft t r* i j, *** J.-J j eu. iu/u; i.at y , uau. <Ji isiuuic juyuvu, ui jJiiiuwjiig, LU. 

jennet, m. ist John Browne, of Galway; 2ndly, Rory Galway, and upon his marriage certain portions of the lands of 



O'Flaherty, of Killagh, co. Galway. 
;. ROBERT (FitzWalter, FitzThomas), Mayor ef the town of 
ialway, 1624, who had four sons, 



Muckiniss were settled on him for life, with remainder to his first 
and other sons in tail male. On 20 Feb. 1680 he obtained a grant 
by Patent (conjointly with Marcus French) of the castle and lands 



(i) JOHN, who was Sheriff of the town of Galway during his of Muckiniss and Ballyally in co. Clare, to hold to certain uses. 



father s mayoralty, 1624. (2) Anthony. 

(3) Dpmmick. 

(4) Nicholas, m. the dau. of Stanton, and had a son Robert 
m 4 March, 1639, Sarah 3 rd dau of Sir Francis Blake, Knt'. 



He was one of the burgesses of the town of Galway under the new 
Charter of Incorporation granted in 1688 by King JAMES II. By 
his wife, Mary (who survived him) he had issue, two sons, namely, 
1. ISIDORE, his heir, of whom hereafter. 2. Patrick. 



, . ,. ., ., 11I3 llcli , W1 W11U111 llclC a lu:i . 
Ford, Durham, and Twisel. co. Northumberland and by In the Civil War in Ireland, 1689-91, he held a commission as Capt. 



IRELAND. 



Blake 



i Col. Dominick Browne's regiment of infantry in King JAMES' 
ish Ajmy, and was killed in action at the siege of Athlone in June, 
>oi. His eldest son (then an infant), 

ISIDORE BLAKE, of Clooneen, co. Mayo, on 3 March, 1701, obtained 

decree from the trustees of Forfeited Estates declaring that he 

as entitled to the estate tiil in the lands of Muckiniss limited to 

im under his father's marriage settlement of 1678. He subsequently 

stained from his cousin Sir Walter Blake, 6th bart. of Menlo, 

. lease for years of the lands of Clooneen, co. Mayo. He m. Mary, 

; ster of Mark Blake, of Ballinafad, co. Mayo (whose will was proved 

i i Tuam Diocese on 14 Sept. 1759), and of Walter Blake, of Ballinafad 

( vhose will was proved in Dublin on 8 June, 1758), and by her (who 

I redeceased him) had issue, three sons and three daus., viz., 

1. MAURICE, his heir, of whom hereafter. 

2. Patrick (Capt.), m. 21 Feb. 1761, Catharine, 2nd dau. of John 
Foster, of Higham Dikes, Northumberland, and had issue (with a 
son) two daus., viz., 

1. Elizabeth, m. n Nov. 1780, Hyancinth Kirwan, of Gregg. 

2. Anne, m. James Darcy, Barrister-at-Law. 

3. John, of Arran Quay, Dublin, Banker, who m. 17 55, Mary, 
sister of Arthur Browne, of Ellistron, co. Mayo, and widow of 
Valentine Blake, of London, Merchant, 2nd son of Sir Walter 
Blake, of Menlo, 6th bart., and d. 1800, leaving issue, three sons 
and one dau., viz., 

1. Isidore, m. Aug. 1781, Jane, only dau. of Henry Lynch, of 
Clogher, co. Mayo, by his ist wife, Cecilia, dau. of Dominick 
Lynch, of Tuam, and d. 1822, having had issue, two sons, 
namely, 

(1) Henry (Major), of Fisher Hill, co. Mayo, d.s.p. Will 
dated 1832, proved 1844. 

(2) Robert, Lieut. 84th Regt., who had two sons, vfhod. young. 

2. Valentine, emigrated in 1795 to New York ; d. there in 1811 



(2) Arthur. (3) Fawcett. 

(1) Mary, d. young. 

(2) Frances, m. her cousin Charles Crean, M.D., of Windsor, 
Ballyhaunis, co. Mayo, and d. leaving issue. 

1. Frances, m. Hickson, of Dublin ; and d. in 1891, leaving 
issue. 

2. Mary, m. James Valentine Browne, of Galway, eldest son of 
Alexander Browne, 5ist Regt., and had issue. 

6 Isidore, Capt. in 4th Dragoons, m. Anne Coleman, and by her 
had issue (with other children), 



}who emigrated to Australia. 






1. Maria, m. Marcus Lynch, of Cloghballymore, co. Galway 
(2nd son of Marcus Lynch, of Barna, co. Galway), and by him 
(who d. 1816) (will dated 8 Nov. 1815) had issue, five daus., the 
eldest of whom, 

Anne Lynch, m. her cousin Maurice Blake, of Ballinafad, co. 
Mayo (see BLAKE of Ballinafad). 

2. Ann, m. (articles dated Jan. 1800) Joseph Bourke, of Carrow- 
keele, co. Mayo, and had issue, three sons and three daus. Her 
eldest son, 

Walter Bourke, Q.C., of Carrowkeel, m. his cousin Mary, dau. 
of Peter Blake, of Wilford Lodge (see above). 

3. Frances, m. 1812, Arthur Lynch, of Petersburgh Castle, co. 
Galway, and had issue, two sons and a dau., 

Fanny, who m. her ist cousin Joseph Blake, 2nd son of Anthony 
Blake (see above). 

4. Catharine, m. 7 Aug. 1807, Daniel Jones, of Banada, co. Sligo, 
and predeceased him, leaving issue, a dau. 

Isidore Blake, of Towerhill, in 1803, went to reside at Oldhead, 
1 near Westport, co. Mayo, and ^.15 Dec. 1818, and was buried in 

St. Francis' Abbey, in Galway. Administration with his will (dated 

3. Maurice, of Abbey Street, Dublin, Merchant, d. unm. j 23 Oct. 1815) annexed, was granted on 3 July, 1819. He was s. by 



3 Dec. 1831. 

i. Mary, m. 30 Nov. 1783, Richard Darcv, of Rockvale, co. 
Clare (see DARCY of Newforest). 
I, Catharine (Catto), m. Frank Lynch 



his eldest son, 
MAURICE BLAKE, of Towerhill, D.L., J.P. for Mayo ; Major in 

Noith Mayo Militia. He m. 4 Aug. 1803 (articles dated 3 Aug. 

1803), Maria, only surviving dau. of Valentine O'Connor, of Domi- 

2. Anstas (Nancy). 3. Bridget. | n ick Street, Dublin, Merchant, by his wife Mary, eldest dau. of 

Isidore Blake, after the marriage of his eldest son, Maurice Blake ; Edward Moore, of Mount Brown, co. Dublin. She d. July, 1810, 
(m 1741), went to reside in the town of Galway, and d. April, 1763, ! having had issue, 
a ad was bur. in St. Francis' Abbey, in Galway. He was s. by his 
eldest son, 

MAURICE BLAKE, first of the town of Galway, afterwards of 
Clooneen, co. Mayo. In 1753 he purchased the fee simple of the 
estate of Clooneen, co. Mayo, from Sir Ulick Blake, 8th bart. of 
Menlo. He m. (marriage article 25 Feb. 1741) Ann, eldest daus. 
of Walter Blake of the town of Galway, merchant (who d. 1776), 
and niece of Dr. Anthony Blake, of Carrobrowne, R.C. Archbishop 



1. Isidore, b. Oct. 1806 ; d. 1809. 

2. VALENTINE O'CONNOR, his heir. 

1. Mary, m. (marriage settlement dated 3 Aug. 1824) Denis 
O'Conor, eldest son of Owen O'Conor Don, of Clonalis, co. 
Roscommon (see that family). She d. 12 June, 1841. 

2. Frances, d. an infant. 

3. Honoria, m. 1835, Edward O'Conor, 2nd son of Owen O'Conor 

f Clonalis, and had issue (see O'CONOR Don). 



He was s. by his elder t 



of Armagh 'who d. in 1787), and by her (who survived him) had Major Maurice Blake, of Towerhill, d. 7 May, 1847 ; bur. at R.C. 
issue surviving, two sons, namely, 

1. ISIDORE, his heir. 

2. Anthony, of Ross Lodge, co. Galway, m. Katharine, dau. of 

William Burke, of Keelogues, co. Mayo, and had issue, , 

Maurice, of Ross Lodge. \ Galway and Mayo, High Sheriff Mayo 1839, b. i Jan. i 



L II ill, 

Parish Chapel of Carnacon, co. Mayo, 
surviving son, 



VALENTINE O'CONNOR BLAKE, of Towerhill, co. Mayo, and Bun- 
! owen Castle and Carnmore, co. Galway, D.L. and J.P. for cos. 



Maurice Blake, of Clooneen, d. at Bath, in England, on 17 Jan. OT . 7 j a n. 1836 (marriage settlement dated 22 Dec. 1835), Hon. 

1789, and was bur. in St. Francis" Abbey, in the town of Galway; his j Margaret only dau. of Charles Austin, 3rd Baron Ffrench of Castle 

ffrench, co. Galway, by his wife, Maria, dau. of John Browne, of 
Moyne, co. Galway, and by her (who d. 16 July, 1869) had issue, 



will, dated 20 June, 1786, was proved in Dublin on 25 June, 1790, 
He was s. by his eldest son, 



ISIDORE BLAKE, first of Towerhill (Clooneen), co. Mayo, after- seven s'ons and three daus., viz., 



wards of Oldhead, Westport, co. Mayo; J.P. for Mayo. He was the 
first of this family who took up his residence at Towaghty (anglicised 
into Towerhill), near Clooneen, co. Mayo., He m. (marriage 
articles 6 July, 1767), Frances, 3rd dau. and one of the co- 
heiressfs of Thomas Ruttledge, of Cornfield, co. Mayo, by his wife, 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Reddington, of Cregana, co. Galway, and 
by her (who d. March 1824) had issue, six sons and four daus, viz., 

1. MAURICE, his heir. 

2. Thomas, of Lakeview, co. Mayo, m. 1799, Margaret, dau. of 
Edward Dowel), and d. in 1822, having had issue by her (who 
survived him), four sons and two daus., viz., 

i. Isidore, of Rockfield, d.s.p. 2. Thomas, d.s.p. 

3. Edward, first of Lakeview, afterwards of Brussels, Belgium. 
m. in 1844, Margaret, dau. of John Nolan, of Ballinderry, co. 
Galway ; and d. at Brussels, Sept. 1892, having had issue, 

Edward, d.v.p., unm. 
Mary, d. unm. 1900. 

4. Patrick, of Dublin, Solicitor, d. unm. 1865. 

:. Frances, d. young. 2. Eliza, d. unm. 1891. 

3. John, of Woodbine Lodge, Portarlington (afterwards of Weston, 
Dublin), m. Charlotte, dau. of Patrick Blake, of Corbally, co. 
Galway, and d. 1853, having had (with other children) a son, 

Isidore John, Barrister-at-Law, of Gray's Inn (1834). 



1. MAURICE CHARLES JOSEPH, now of Tower Hill. 

2. Charles Joseph, of Heath House, Queen's Co., and Bunowen 
Castle, co. Galway (whom see). 

3. Valentine Joseph, J.P. cos. Mayo and Roscommon (9, 
Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin), b. 4 Oct. 1842, m. i Sept. 1880, 
Hon. Mary, only dau. of Charles, 3rd Baron De Freyne of French 
Park, co. Roscommon (see BURKE'S Peerage), and has issue, 

i. Arthur. 2. Valentine. 

3. Isidore. 4. Lionel. 

5. Harold. 6. Gerald, 

i. Kathleen. z. Gladys. 

3. Mary, dec. 21 Nov. 1904. 

4. Robert Joseph, b. 3 Feb. 1847. 

5. Thomas Joseph, Barrister-at-Law, b. 27 May, 1849. 

6. Martin Joseph, Barrister-at-Law, of the Middle Temple (to, 
Old Square, Lincoln's Inn). 

1. John Joseph, d. 25 May, 1866. 

1. Mary, Mother Prioress of the Benedictine Convent of St. Mary 
of the Angels, Princethorpe, co. Warwick, d. 3 Dec. 1895. 

2. Ellen Mary, d. in infancy. 

3. Margaret Mary, d. unm. 4 May, 1891 ; bur. at Heath Chapel, 
Queen's Co. 

Valentine O'Connor Blake d. at Bray, co. Wicklow, 9 Aug. 1879 



4. Peter, of Wilford Lodge, co. Mayo, m. nOct. 1809, Mary, dau. < / w ju proved Oct. 1879), and was s. by his eldest son 

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of John McLoughlin, of Newfield, co. Mayo ; d. 1816, leaving 
issue, a son and two daus., viz., 

i. Isidore Peter, of Belmullet, co. Mayo, m. and had issue. 

1. Mary, m. Walter Bourke, Q.C., of Carrowkeel, co. Mayo. 

2. Celia, m. Isidore Lynch, of Arrandale, co. Galway, 2nd son 
of Arthur Lynch, of Petersburgh Castle, co. Galway, d.s.p. 

5. Anthony, of Dublin, Solicitor, and of St. Orans, near Galway, 
m. Rebecca, dau. of Skerrett, of tha family of Skerrett, of Ballin- 
dooly, co. Galway, and widow of Col. Lines Fawcett, and d. 1840, 
having had issue, 
i. Isidore, d. unm. 

3. Joseph, of Tumneenaune and Carrick, co. Galway, m. his first ; 
cousin Fanny, dau. of Arthur Lynch, of Petersburgh Castle, co. 
Galway ; and d. in 1886, having had issue, by her (who d. Jan. 
1894), three sons and two daus., viz., 



Arms Same as BLAKE of Renvyle. 
Seat Towerhill, co. Mayo< 



BLAKE OF HEATH HOUSE. 

CH/VRLES JOSEPH BLAKE, of Heath House, Queen's 
Co., and Bunowen Castle, co. Galway, J,P, for 



(i) Anthony, Surgeon of Medicine, m. 21 Jan. 1902, Winifred, j Queen's and Galwav cos. ; High Sheriff of Queen's 
dau. of Michael Hopkins, and has issue, i ~ __. -r> A ~t T<,,KI^ TT;,roT- c Utr anrl "Rarrister- 



lau. of Michael Hopkins, and has issue, 

Joseph, b. 21 Dec. 1902. 
I.L.G. 



Co. 1895 ; B.A, of Dublin University, and Barrister - 

D 



Blake. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



5 



at-Law. Mr. Blake is the 2nd son of the late 
Valentine O'Connor Blake, of Towerhill, co. Mayo 
(see preceding memoir). 

LiiTa.ea,ge.See BLAKE of Towerhill. 

Residences Heath House, Queen's Co., and Bunowen Castle, 
Clifden, co. Galway. Clubs Kildare Street, and Stephen's Green, 
Dublin ; Raleigh, London. 



BLAKE OF BALLYGLUNIN PARK. 
ROBERT BLAKE, of Ballyglunin Park, co. Galway, 
High Sheriff of the town of Galway 1892, s. his 
brother 1891 ; b. 3 Dec. 1834. 

Lineage. This family of Blake springs from GEOFFREY BLAKE, 
3rd son of Walter Blake (who got a grant of the customs of Galway 
in 1346), and grandson of RICHARD CADDELL (or Niger), ancestor 
of all the families of BLAKE in Connaught (see BLAKE of Renvyle). 
Geoffrey Blake left two sons, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. Walter, who was probably the person named as executor in the 
will dated 1420, of John (Oge) Blake (see BLAKE of Renvyle). 

The elder son, 

WILLIAM BLAKE, Burgess of Galway, living 1453, was devisee 
under the will, dated 1421, of his uncle, Henry Blake, senior, and 
joined in the grant made in 1435 to the church of St. Nicholas. 
In 1445 an award was made between him and his cousins Henry 
(fitz John Oge Blake) and John (fitz Henry) Blake, to settle disputes 
between them as to the division of lands of Henry Blake, senior. 
He left issue, three sons, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Andrew. 3. Thomas. 
The eldest son, 

t JOHN BLAKE, Mayor of Galway 1488, as appears by a deed of 
agreement made in this year between him, William de Buigo and 
Dominick Lynch (fitz J ohn). He was appointed one of the executors 
of the will of John Blake (fitz Henry) dated 1468 (see BLAKE of 
Renvyle). He left issue, four sons, 

1. Geoffrey, probably Bailiff of Galway in 1486. He left issue a 
son, 

Richard, Mayor of Galway 1533, who had various disputes as 
to his title to the lands of Kiltollagh, &c., inherited by him 
from his ancestor William as devisee of Henry Blake (fitz Walter) 
as is mentioned in a decree of the Irish Court of Chancery, temp. 
HENRY VIII, circa 1536, and in an award of 1542. He, with 
his son and heir, John, in 1558, confirmed his ancestors' gifts to 
the church of St. Nicholas. He appears to have d. in 1564, as 
in the following year his name disappears from the list of 
masters or ex-mayors in which it had appeared from 1534 to 
1564 (both inclusive). He had issue, four soiif, 

(1) Geoffrey, d. young, v.p. 

(2) John, Mayor of Galway 1578. On 6 March, 1571, he 
and his kinsman, John Fitz Nicholas Blake, obtained the 
decree of the Lord President and Council of Connaught (see 
BLAKE of Renvyle). He m. Julia Browne, and d. about 
1586, having by her (who m. sndly, Anthony Kirwan) had 
issue, two sons, Arthur, and Walter, who was one of the 
parties to the decree of 1616, by which the decree of 1171 
was ratified and confirmed. 

(3) Martin. (4) Thomas. 

2. Walter, Bishop of Clonmacnois in 1487, who was appointed in 
1506 by King HENRY VII to the Archbishopric of Tuam, but 
this translation was not sanctioned by the Pope. 

3. ANDREW, of whom presently. 

4. Peter. 
The 3rd son, 

ANDREW BLAKE, living temp. HENRY VII, left issue, three sons, 
of whom the third was Walter, ancestor of the BLARES of BaUinafad 
(whom see) and BLAKE of Ardfry (see BURKE'S Peerage, WALLS- 
COURT, B.). 

ANDREW BLAKE, Alderman, of Galway, son of Patrick, who is 
believed to have been a descendant of the second son of Andrew 
above-mentioned, m. Juliane Martyn, and had issue, 

1. WALTER, of Drunmacrina, co. Mayo, ancestor of Blake of that 
place, and of Oranmore, co. Galway. 

2. MARTIN, ancestor of this line. 

3. Andrew, of Galway, merchant, m. Christiana Martyn, and d. 
1687 (will proved 22 Aug. that year) leaving issue, from whom 
descends the family of Blake of Furbough, now Daly of Raford 
(see tJiat family). 

Alderman Andrew Blake's will, dated 20 Dec. 1624, was proved 9 
Feb. 1630. His 2nd son, 

MARTIN BLAKE, of Cummer, Sheriff of the town of Galway 1648, 
had a grant of lands in co. Galway (barony of Clare) in 1677 (29 
CHARLES II) ; he purchased in 1671, the estate of Ballyglunin, 
alias Kilmoylane, from the Cromwellian planter Charles Holcraft ; 
he m. ist, in 1640, Margaret Martyn, of Dangan, by whom he had 
issue, 

1. PETER, his heir. 

He m. 2ndly, Aug. 1652, Anne Joyes, widow of Patrick Bodkin, and 
d. 8 Aug. 1691, leaving issue by his 2nd wife, 

2. Patrick, whose will, dated 12 Feb. 1676, was proved in France 
21 March, 1677. 

1. Margaret, m. 1672, Joseph Lynch, of Ballycurrin. 

2. Gyles or Julia. 
His eldest son, 



PETER BLAKE, of Cummer and Ballyglunin, m. 1667, Sybilia 
Joyce, and d. 21 Sept. 1691, leaving issue, three sons and three daus., 

1. MARTIN, of whom presently. 

2. Patrick, of St. Kitts, in West Indies, m. Mary Ann, dau. of 
Andrew Bodkin, of Montserrat, and d. 7 March, 1744 (will proved 
in Antigua in 1745) having had issue, two sons, 

1. Martin, of St. Kitts, West Indies, m. Sarah, dau. of Dominick 
Trant ; and d.s.p. in his father's lifetime (will proved 25 Aug. 

2. Andrew, of St. Kitts and Montserrat, m. Marcella French ; 
and d. in London (will proved u Nov. 1762), leaving issue, 

(1) Patrick (Sir), of Langham, Suffolk, created a Bart. 8 Oct. 
1772 ; d. i July, 1784 (see BURKE'S Peerage, BLAKE of 
Langham, Bart.). 

(2) Christopher, d. unm. 1780. 

(3) Edward, d. unm. 1763. 

(4) Arthur, who had issue, Arthur Garland and Edward. 

(1) Frances Barbara, m. Thomas Hodges, and had issue. 

(2) Marianne, m. ist, Austerbat ; and 2ndly, Thomas, 
Lord Montfort, who d. 24 Oct. 1799. 

3. Nicholas, of the town of Galway, d. 1747, leaving three sons, 
Patrick, Peter, and Arthur ; and two daus., Sibilla, and Mary, m. 
Valentine Browne, of Tuam. 

1. Margaret, m. ist, in 1686, Christopher Ffrench (son of Robuck 
Ffrench, of Cloghballymore, co. Galway), who d. 1688 ; she m. 
2ndly, Patrick Lynch, of Galway, Doctor of Medicine. 

2. Sibilla. 3. Anne. 
The eldest son, 

MARTIN BLAKE (FitzPeter) of Cummer and Ballyglunin, m. 28 
Nov. 1691, Margaret, dau. of Edmpnd French, of Boyle Abbey, co. 
Roscommon, and d. 1737, leaving issue, two sons and three daus., 

1. EDMOND, of whom presently. 

2. Martin (Major), of Antigua and St. Kitts, in West Indies, and 
of Sevenoaks, Kent, m. 24 Dec. 1735, Elizabeth, only dau. of John 
Burke, of Antigua, and had issue ; will proved in London, 16 Oct. 
1767. 

1. Sibilla, m. 1723, Andrew Blake, of Castle Grove. 

2. Mary, m. Alexander Bodkin, of Anbally, co. Galway. 

3. A dau. (name unknown), a nun. 
The elder son, 

EDMOND BLAKE, of Ballyglunin, m. 14 Dec. 1724, Mary French, 
of Rahasane, and had four sons, 

1. MARTIN, his heir. 

2. John, d.s.p. His will is dated 24 Feb. 1774. 

3. Robert. (Rev.), d.s.p. 4. Peter (Rev.), d.s,p. 
Mr. Blake d. 1771, and was s. by his eldest son, 

MARTIN BLAKE, of Ballyglunin, m. 1751, Bridget, dau. of Walter 
Joyce, of Galway, and d. 1777, leaving issue, 

1. EDMOND, of Ballyglunin, m. 1780, Mary, dau. of Nugent 
Sylvester Aylward, of Ballinagar (which lady afterwards m. 1789, 
Col. John Blake, of Furbo), and d. 1782, having had one son, 

Martin Stephen, who d. unm. 1788. 

2. WALTER, of whom presently. 

3. Martin (Rev.), of the Order of St. Francis, d.s.p. 

4. Pierce (Rev.). 

5. John, of Tuam, m. 31 Dec. 1803, Olivia Ann, dau. of Christo- 
pher French, of Brook Lodge (of the family of French, of Tyrone, 
co. Galway), and d. 6 Oct. 1822, having had issue a son and a 
dau., 

John Joseph, of Garbally, King's Co., m. 3 Oct. 1829, Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Bodkin, of Annagh, co. Galway, and had issue, 
(i) John St. George, d. in infancy. 

(1) Harriett, a nun. 

(2) Olivia, m. 1867, John Taaffe, of Smarmore Castle, co. 
Louth, and had issue (see that family). 

Julia Maria, m. 1835, Martin Kirwan Blake, 3rd son of Charles 
Blake, of Merlin Park, and d. 1877, leaving issue (see BLAKE DE 
BURGH, of Coolcon). 

The 2nd son, 

WALTER BLAKE, who succeeded to Ballyglunin in 1788, m. 1789, 

Mary Archdeacon, sister of the Rev. Nicholas Joseph Archdeacon, 

R.C. Bishop of Kilmacduagh, and had issue, 

1. MARTIN JOSEPH, his heir. 

2. Henry, m. June, 1827, Adelaide, eldest dau. of Robert French, 
of Monivea Castle, co. Galway, and d. 17 Oct. 1858, leaving issue, 

1. WALTER MARTIN, late of Ballyglunin Park. 

2. ROBERT, now of Ballyglunin Park. 

3. Henry, who emigrated to Australia. 

4. Martin Joseph, of Ballina, co. Galway. 

5. John William Smith O'Brien, late Lieut.-Col. Comm. ist 
Batt. loth (Lincolnshire) Regt., m. Christian, dau. of the Jate 
Sherrington Gilder, and widow of Arthur Frisby He d. 
25 Jan. 1907, leaving issue, 

Nicola Patricia Mary. 

1. Adelaide. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 1892, Michael Den Keating, of Woodsgift, co. 
Kilkenny. 

3. Nichola, m. Andrew Veitch, of Galway, and d.s.p. 

4. Mary. 5. Bidilia. 
Walter Blake d. 1802, and was s. by his eldest son, 

MARTIN JOSEPH BLAKE, D.L., of Ballyglunin Park, b. 1790, 
was M.P. for borough of Galway for a long period ; he d. unm. 
March, 1861, and was s. by his nephew, 

WALTER MARTIN BLAKE, of Ballyglunin, b. 1828 ; High Sheriff of 
Galway Town 1885, d. unm. 25 Sept, 1891, and was s. by his brother. 

Arms Arg. a fret gu. Crest A mountain cat, passant guard- 
ant, ppr. Motto Virtus sola nobilitat. 

Seat Ballyglunin Park, Ballyglunin, co. Galway. Clubs 
Kildare Street, Dublin; County Galway Club, Galway; Consti- 
tutional Club, London. 



IRELAND. 



Blakeney 



BLAKE OF BALLINAFAD. 

LiEUT.-CoL. LLEWELLYN BLAKE, of Ballinafad, 

3. Mayo, and Cloghballymore, co. Galway, J.P. and 

).L. for the former co., High Sheriff of Galway Town 

886, J.P. co. Galway, late 6th Batt. Connaught 

tangers, b. 1842. 

Lineage. This family is descended from WALTER BLAKE, 3rd 
s >n of ANDREW FrrzJoHN BLAKE (see BLAKE of Batty glunin). He 
1 :ft, with other issue, two sons, 

1. MARCUS, of whom presently. 

2. ROBERT, ancestor of Lord Wallscourt (see BURKE'S Peerage). 
' he elder son, 

MARCUS BLAKE, got grants of land in Galway and Mayo 18 June, 
: 618, and 27 March, 1619, and had issue, 

1. WALTER, of whom presently. 

2. Thomas, who had a son, Henry, of Culgad, co. Mayo, who d. 
1675. 

'.'he elder son, 

WALTER BLAKE, purchased other lands in co. Mayo, from David 
O'Kelly, of Dunamona. He m. Mary, dau. of Piers Kirwan, and 
d. 5 June, 1633, leaving issue, 

1. MARCUS, of whom presently. 

1. Jennet. 2. Mary. 

The only son, 

MARCUS OGE BLAKE (or Maurice Blake) who in 1681 obtained 
a re-grant by patent dated 30 June, 33 CHARLES II, of the lands of 
Gissiden and other lands in the barony of Carra, co. Mayo, which 
are now the estate of Ballinafad, and belonged to his father. He 
m. Anstace, dau. of John Darcy, of Kinloch, co. Mayo, and left 
issue, 

1. MARK, of whom presently. 

2. Walter, of Ballinafad, d,. unm. (will dated 28 April, 1758, 
proved 3 June, 1758). 3. John. 

1. Mary, m. Isidore Blake, of Clooneen, co. Mayo, and had issue 
(see BLAKE of Towerhill). 

2. Anstas, m. Lynch. 8. Margaret, m. Carroll. 
The eldest son, 

MARK BLAKE, of Ballinafad, m. 25 Oct. 1712, Juliana, dau. of 
Edmund Kirwan, of Dalgin, and d. about 1759 (will dated 28 Aug. 
1756, proved 14 Sept. 1759) leaving issue, 

1. MAURICE, of whom presently. 

2. Mark, of Knockmore, m. about 1745, Margaret, dau. of John 
Blake of Windfield (see BLAKE of Renvyle), and d.s.p. 29 May, 
1760. His widow m. 26 June, 1765, Henry Lynch, of Clogher. 
1. Anstas, m. 1742, Mark Lynch, of Barna (see that family), 
and had issue. 

The elder son, 

MAURICE BLAKE, of Ballinafad, m. 1733, Sibilla, dau. of Roe- 
buck French, of Dooras, co. Galway, and d. about 1779, leaving issue, 

1. MARK, of whom presently. 

1. Julia, m. Francis Lynch. 2. Catharine. 

3. Mary, m. her cousin Mark Blake, who d.s.p. 1783. 

4. Anstase, d. unm. 
The only son, 

MARK BLAKE, of Ballinafad, m. Jan. 1777, Christian, only dau. of 
Martin Kirwan, of Blindwell, co. Galway, and d. about 1810, 
having had issue, 

1. MAURICE. 2. Martin. 

3. Mark. 4. Joseph. 

1. Mary, m. 1815, Andrew Browne, of Moyvilla. 
The eldest, 

MAURICE BLAKE, of Ballinafad, High Sheriff co. Mayo 1838, m. 
Anne, dau. and heiress of Marcus Lynch, of Cloghballymore, co. 
Galway, by Maria his wife, eldest dau. of Isidore Blake, of Tower- 
hill, and a. 1852, having had issue, 

1. MAK.K, of Ballinafad. 

2. Maurice, Capt. igth Regt. (ret.), who had issue. 

3. Martin, d.s.p. 4. JOSEPH, late of Ballinafad. 

5. LLEWELLYN, now of Ballinafad. 

1. Mary, m. George Henry Moore, of Moore Hall, M.P. for co. 
i Mayo, who d. 1870. 

2. Catherine, m. March, 1853, Arthur O'Conor, J.P., of The 
Palace, Elphin, co Roscommon, and had issue (see O'CONOR of 
Mount Druid). 

3. An>ia, m. William Murphy, of Mount Merrion, co. Dublin. 

4. Julia, m. G. E. Browne, of Brownestown, co. Mayo. 

5. Victoria, m. ist, March, 1859, Thomas ffrench (nephew of Lord 
ffrench). He d.s.p. 30 May, 1859. She m. 2ndty, Lieut.-Gen. 
Andrew Browne, C.B., who d. 8 April, 1883, leaving issue. 

The eldest son, 

MARK BLAKE, of Ballinafad, J.P., M.P. for co. Mayo from 1840 
to 1846, and High Sheriff 1855, 6. 1818 ; d.s.p. June, 1886, and was 
*. by his brother, 

JOSEPH BLAKE, of Ballinafad, who d. unm., and was *. by his 
brother. 

Arms Arg. a fret gu. Crest A mountain cat, passant, ppr 
M otto Virtus sola nobilitat. 

Seats Ballinafad, co. Mayo ; Cloghballymore, co. Galway. 



BLAKE OF RATHVILLE. See DALY. 




BLAKE. See BLAKE DE BURGH. 



s \ 



BLAKE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, WALLSCOTJRT, 



BLAKENEY OF CASTLE BLAKENEY. 

ROBERT EDWARD 
BLAKENEY, of 

Abbert, Castle 

Blakeney, co. Gal- 
way, b. 1858 ; 5. 
his brother 1905 ; 
m. 1897, Katherine 
Everleigh, dau. of 
William Batt, of 
Cackenfy, and 

widow of Frederick 
Howe Windham. 

Lineage. TH o M A s 
BLAKENEY, by his 2nd 
wife, a Miss Hatton, had 
issue, 

1. ROBERT of whom 
below. 

2. William, of Mount 
Blakeney and Thomas- 
town, co. Limerick. 
Lieut, in the Army, d, 
31 March, 1664, and bur. 
in St. Peter's Kilmal- 
lock. He had issue, 

1. William, of Mount Blakeney and Thomastown, M.P. for 
Kilmallock. Had a grant of lands in co. Limerick n Dec. 1666. 
Will dated 10 Nov. 1701, proved 22 April, 1718. He m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. ot Henry Bowerman, and had issue, 

(1) WILLIAM (Sir), LORD BLAKENEY, of Mount Blakeney, 
co. Limerick (cr. 1757), K.B., Lieut.-Gen., M.P. for 
Kilmallock 1727-1756, Governor of Stirling Castle 1744, 
Lieut.-Gov. of Minorca 1747, Brig.-Gen. in Carthagena Exped. 
1741, defended Fort St. Philip against French Exped. 
under Due de Richelieu 1756, b. 1670 ; d. unm. 20 Sept. 
1761, bur. in Westminster Abbey. 

(2) Charles, Lieut. Royal Regt. of Ireland. 

(3) John, Lieut. Sir Harry Goring's Regt. 

(4) Robert, of Mount Blakeney and Thomastown, Major in 
the Army, d. 18 Nov. 1763, having m. Deborah (will proved 
1775), dau. of Grice Smyth, of Ballynatray (see that family), 
bv whom he had issue, 

1. William, of Mount Blakeney and Thomastown, B.A. 
(Trin. Coll. Dublin), Barrister-at-LaW, d. 15 Sept. 1811, 
having m. 1764, Gertrude, dau. of R'chard Smyth, of 
Ballynatray (see that family), by whom he had issue, 

(i) Robert (Rev.), B.C.L. Oxon, Rector of Elm, co. 
Somerset, b. 6 June, 1792 ; d. unm. 13 Jan. 1825. 

2. Grice, Gen. in the Army, Col. 4th (Blakeney's) Royal 
Veteran Batt., J.P. cos. Tipperary and Limerick, b. 1741 ; 
d. unm. 16 Nov. 1816. 

i. Gertrude, m. 28 May, 1752, her cousin Col. Robert 
Blakeney, M.P. of Abbert, to whom refer. 

(1) Margaret, m. R. Armstrong, of Cork. 

(2) Mary, m. Le Strange. 

(3) Elizabeth, m. John Creed. 

(4) Hatton (? Catherine), m. Lancelot (? Joseph) Gubbins, 
of Maidstone Castle, co. Limerick. 

2. George, Lieut.-Col. of Sir Henry Goring's Regt. of Foot, 
served at Cadiz 1702, and at the taking of Vigp, at the siege of 
Toulon, 1707, and at the capture of Cagliari 1708. Will 
dated 10 June, 1726, proved 10 May, 1728. 

3. John. ' 4. George. 
5. Charles. 6. Henry. 

1. Hatton, m. Pepper, of Drogheda. 

2. A dau., m Lovelace. 3. A dau., m. Gardner. 
The eldest son, 

ROBERT BLAKENEY, of Gallagh, co. Galway, Major in Sir Charles 
Coote's Regt. of Dragoons (will dated 10 Feb. 1658, proved 6 July, 
1660) m. Susannah, dau. of Edward Ormsby, of Tobervaddy, co. 
Roscommon, High Sheriff for cos. Galway and Mayo, and by her 
(who d. 29 Sept. i659)and was bur. in St. Michael's Church, Dublin, 
vide Fun. Entry), he had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

3! Robert,' of Chappel Finaghly, co. Galway, High Sheriff 1709, 
Capt in Lord Meath's Regt. of Foot, wounded at the first siege 
of Limerick, 1690, Mayor of Galway 1715, d.s.p. 12 Oct. 1731 
(will dated 9 Aug. 1731 proved 16 Oct. 1731), having m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Rogers, and widow of McDonald. 
4 Edward, of Gallagh, for whose descendants see below. 

1. Mary, m. Robert Ormsby, of Cloghaus, co. Mayo. 

2. Susannah, m. Godwin, of Tuam. 

^OH/BLAKENEY, of Gallogh, b. 1649, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
18 June, 1666, B.A. 1671 t m. 1671, Sarah, dau. of Dudley Persse, 
Dean of Kilmacduagh, and d. 1691 (Admon. 19 April, 1691), leaving 
issue, 

1. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

2 John of Distington, Cumberland, Capt. Royal Regt. of Ireland, 
served at Blenheim and Malplaquet, and d.s.p. 21 May, 1749. 

D 2 



Blakeney. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



3. William. 

1. Mary, m. Thomas Taylor. 
The eldest son, 

ROBERT BLAKENEY, of Abbert and Castle Blakeney, High 
Sheriff co. Galway 1709 and 1729, M.P. for Athenry, 1721-33 ; m. 
Sarah, dau. of Gilbert Ormsby, M.P. (see ORMSBY of Gortner Abbey). 
He d. 1733 (will dated 16 April, 1733, proved 5 Dec. 1733). having 
had, with four daus., three sons, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. George, Capt. 27th Regt., b. 27 Jan. 1716 ; d. 25 Feb. 1779, 
having m. Mary, dau. 'of John Dixon, of Gilgarron, co. Cumber- 
land, and by her (who d. 17 Sept. 1800) he had with other issue i 
a dau., named Hatton, and a son, 

Robert, of Whitehaven, J.P. and D.L. co. Cumberland, d. ' 
6 Nov. 1822, having m. Margaret (d. 14 Feb. 1828), dau. of ! 
Rev. Samuel de le Brouf Edwards, M.A., of Pentre Hall, 
Montgomery. 
8. Gilbert. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLAKENEY, of Abbert, High Sheriff co. Galway 1727 and 
1738, M.P. for Athenry 1727-47; m. Grace, dau. of Henry Persse, i 
of Roxborough (see that family), and d. 21 Aug. 1747. having had 

1. ROBERT, of Abbert, Col. Galway Mil., High Sheriff 1754, M.P. i 
for Athenry 1747-63 ; m. 28 May, 1752, Gertrude, dau. of Major 
Robert Blakeney, of Mount Blakeney, co. Limerick (see below), 
and d. Jan. 1763, having had issue, 

John, of Abbert, M.P. for Athenry 1776-89, <Z. unm. Aug. 1789. 
Grace, m. May, 1786, Thomas Lyon, of Watercastle, Queen's Co. i 

2. John, of Ashfield, Col. Galway Mil., High Sheriff 1768, M.P. 
for Athenry 1763-89, d. unm. July, 1789. 

3. THEOPHILUS, of whom presently. 

4. William, Lieut.-Col. Royal Welsh Fus., M.P. for Athenry 
1781-3 and 1790-9, severely wounded at the Battle of Bunker's 
Hill, d. g Nov. 1804, having m. Sarah Shields, of Newcastle-on- j 
Tyne, by whom he had issue (with three daus.), 

1. William Augustus, Major 87th Regt., d. 3 Sept. 1848, having i 
m. Sarah O'Dell, by whom he had issue. 

2. John Theophilus, M.A. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, d. unm. \ 
31 March, 1856. 

3. Hargrave. 

4. Thomas, Lieut.-Col. 66th Regt. 

5. Edward (Sir), G.C.B., G.C.H., K.T.S., Field Marshal, Col. 
in Chief of the Rifle Brigade, 17 years Commander of the 
Forces in Ireland, Governor of Chelsea Hospital, b. 26 March, 
1778 ; d.s.p. 2 Aug. 1868 ; m. 5 March, 1814, Mary (d. 21 Jan. 
1861), dau of Col. Thomas Gardiner, H.E.I.C.S. 

6. Samuel, Capt. 6th Regt. 

7. Robert. 

8. Henry Persse, Major 66th Regt. 

1. Sarah, m. 1750, William Persse, of Roxborough (see that 
family). 

2. Mary, m. 19 June, 1759, Thomas Taylor. 
The 3rd son, 

THEOPHILUS BLAKENEY, of Abbert, and formerly of Mulpit, M.P. 
for Athenry 1769-76, for Carlingford 1776-83, and again for 
Athenry 1783-99, High Sheriff co. Galway 1773 ; m. Nov. 1782, 
Margaret, eldest dau. of John Stafford, of Gillstown, co. Ros- 
common, and had issue. 

1. JOHN HENRY, of Abbert. 

1. Bridget, m. Sir Richard Bligh St. George, Bart, of Woodsgift, 
co. Kilkenny (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Margaret, m. John O'Dwyer, Barrister-at-Law. 

3. Elizabeth, m. Capt. De Hugo, of the French National Guard. 

4. Harriett, m. Arthur St. George, of Kilrush House. 
Capt. Blakeney d. 22 Sept. 1813, and was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN HENRY BLAKENEY, of Abbert, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
in 1819, m. i July, 1813, Charlotte, 3rd dau. of Sir Ross Mahon, 
ist bait, of Castlegar, co. Galway (see BURKE'S Peerage), by Elizabeth 
his ist wife, sister of John Denis, ist Marquess of Sligo, and d. 
17 Nov. 1858, having by her (who d. 2 Aug. 1865) had issue, 

1. JOHN, late of Abbert. 

2. Robert, late Major 48th Regt., served in Crimean Campaign 
and at Siege of Sebastopol, Queen's Foreign Service Messenger, 
b. 1848 ; m. 2 Oct. 1860, Hon. Mary Sophia, eldest dau. of 
Henry Jeffery, 5th Viscount Ashbrook (see BURKE'S Peerage). 
She d. 17 April, 1886. He d. 20 June, 1902, leaving issue, 

1. Henry Ross, b. 2 April, 1862. 

2. Frederick Robert, b. 16 May, 1863. 

3. Ernest Charles Cecil, b. 27 Jan. 1869. 

1. Frances Alice. 

2. Beatrice Maud, d. unm. 27 April, 1899. 

3. William, Col. E.I.C.S. 

4. Edward, d. 9 Nov. 1910, aged 79. 

5. Henry, Col., served through Crimean War, m. 27 July, 1865, 
Louisa Jane, dau. of Francis C. Hutchinson M.D., of Carlisle. 

1. Elizabeth Margaret, m. 24 April, 1834, Albemarle Cator, de- 
ceased, eldest son of John Cator, of Beckenham Place, Kent, and 
Woodbastwick Hall, Norfolk (see that family). 

2. Sarah. 3. Mary. 

4. Louisa. 

5. Harriette Anne, m, William Henry Coussmaker, of Westwood, 
Surrey, and d. his widow, 6 March, 1903, aged 80. 

6. Margaret Grace, d. unm. 7 Sept. 1911, aged 85. 

7. Anna, m. 20 Dec. 1855, Charles Morgan Norwood, of Hull, 
M.P. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN BLAKENEY, of Abbert, Castle Blakeney, co. Galway, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1873, late of the 23rd R. W. Fusiliers, b. Oct. 
1826 ; m. ist, 1854, Frances, dau. of James Hardiman Burke, of 
St. Cleran's, and by her (who d. 5 Aug. 1869) had issue, 



1. JOHN THEOPHILUS, late of Abbert. 

2. ROBERT EDWARD, now of Abbert. 

1. Anne. 2. Mary, m. Rev. J. O. Coussmaker. 

3. Fanny, m. 1895, Gilbert Mahon. 

Mr. Blakeney m. 2ndly, 1873. Joanna, widow of Croasdaile Molony, 
of Kilneerandie and Granahan, co. Clare, and dau. of Henry Maityn 
Blake, of The Heath, co. Mayo, and Windfield, co. Galway, and niece 
of Robert ffrench, J.P., D.L., of Monivea Castle, co. Galway, and 
by her had issue, 

3. Henry Robert William, m. 29 April, 1905, Aileen Mary, only 
dau. of George R. Armstrong. 

4. Ethel Frances Charlotte, m. 1895, Lucien Jerome, H.B.M. 
Consular Service, d. at Havana 1898, during the Cuban war. 

He d. 1901, and was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN THEOPHILUS BLAKENEY, of Abbert, Castle Blakeney, J.P. 
co. Galway, b. 31 Jan. 1855 ; d. unm. 16 Jan. 1905, when he was s. 
by his brother. 

The 4th son of Major Robert Blakeney, of Gallagh, and Susannah 
Ormsby (see above). 

EDWARD BLAKENEY, of Gallagh, co. Galway, m. Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Staunton, M.P. for Galway, had issue, 

1. Robert, m. a sister of Simon Marshall, of Tuam, they had 
issue, 

1. Edward, d. unm. 

2. Simon (will dated 21 June, 1777), of Gortgariffe co. Galway ; 
m. Marcella, his cousin, dau. of Thomas Blakeney, of Feigh, 
co. Galway (see below). They had issue, 

(i) Charles. (2) Edward. 

(1) Isabella, m. 1787, James Beytagh, of Mannin, co. Mayo. 

(2) Sarah. 

3. Robert, of Gortgariffe, co. Galway, Lieut, ngth Foot, d. unm. 
i. A dau., m. Rev. A. Wadman. 

2. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

3. John, m. Miss Lovelace, of Roscommon, and had issue. 
The 2nd son, 

THOMAS BLAKENEY, of Feigh, co. Galway, m. Sarah, dau. of 
Robert Burke, of Tyaquin, co. Galway (she d. 15 Feb. 1753)- His 
will dated 2 Oct. 1761, proved 15 July, 1762. He was bur. 27 May 
1762, at Tuam Cathedral, and had issue, 

1. Edward, of Newman's Street, London, W., His B.M. Consul 
at Nice 1757, Private Secretary to Gen. the Right Hon. Lord 
Blakeney, K.C.B., Lieut.-Governor of Minorca ; d. unm. ; will 
dated 15 March, 1799, proved 29 June, 1799. 

2. Thomas, of Dublin, m. Margaret Wallace (who was bur. 6 April, 
1795) ; will dated 30 Nov. 1787. He d.s.p. and was bur. 23 July, 
1789. 

8. Robert, Lieut. 27th Regt. of Foot, d. off the Havannas 1764. 

4. George, d. unm. 

5. CHARLES, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Waldron, of Drumsna, co. Leitrim (see 
WALDRON-HAMILTON of Ashfort House). 

2. Deborah, m. 1750, Andrew Kirwan, of Coraghan, co. Galway. 

3. Marcella, m. her cousin Simon Blakeney, of Gortgariffe, co. 
Galway (see above). 

4. Jane, m. James Nesbitt. 
The 5th son, 

CHARLES BLAKENEY, of Feigh, and Currenlarman, co. Galway, 
and of Cloneera, co. Roscommon, b. 1731 ; d. 1815 ; m. 6 March, 
1761, Bridget (d. 15 Sept. 1776), dau. and heir of Barnaby Gunning, 
of Hollywell, co. Roscommon (see BURKE'S Peerage, GUNNING, ST.), 
and left issue, 

1. JOHN EDWARD, of whom presently. 

2. Thomas (Rev.), of Hollywell, B.A.,T.C.D., Rector of Roscom- 
mon, d. 17 Jan. 1845 ; m. Aug. 1801, Alicia, dau. and heir of the 
Most Rev. William Newcome, D.D., Archbishop of Armagh and 
Primate of Ireland ; they had issue, 

1. Charles William, of Hollywell, co. Roscommon, Barrister- 
at-Law, Judge of the High Court of Queensland 1836-1858, 
b. 2 Aug. 1802 ; d. 12 Jan. 1876 ; m. 1826, Ellen Frances, dau. 
of George C. Jeffreys, of Blarney Castle, co. Cork, and had issue, 

William Theophilus, Registrar-Gen, for Queenstown, b.. 
9 Sept. 1832 ; m. 31 March, 1853, Eliza Louise, dau. of 
Frederick Carr, of Tullamore, Inspector Royal Irish Con-j 
stabulary (she d. 6 April, 1907). He d. 26 June, 1898, and- 
had issue. 

2. Thomas. 

3. Edward, of Sallymount, co. Roscommon, b. 26 May, 1805 a 
d. 27 March, 1857, having m. 10 Aug. 1842, Anne, dau. of| 
Dermot Garvey, and had issue, 

(1) Edward Thomas, L.R.C.S.I., of Roscommon, b. 10 June,; 
1849, and m. 1881, Belinda, dau. of Andrew Irwin, of Bally 
moe, co. Roscommon. 

(2) Richard Henry, b. 18 Sept. 1851, and m. 14 Feb. 1894^ 
Henrietta Mary, dau. of Stephen Callisson-Smith, and ha$> 
issue, two sons and a dau. 

(1) Alicia, b. 23 Oct. 1843, and m. 3 June, 1863, Henry de la 
Valle Smyth, of Hollywell, co. Roscommon, J.P. and R.M. 

(2) Francis. (3) Anne. 

(4) Catherine Gunning, b. 3 March, 1854, and m. 6 Nov. 
1876, Henry Mark Scott, L.R.C.S., M.R.C.P.I., of Castle 
Hollow, Inniscron, co. Sligo. 

4. Robert, of 3, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, M.A. (T.C.I).), 
Barrister-at-Law, b. 8 Nov. 1807; m. 1846, Rachel Ana- 
Stewart, and had issue. 

5. George, of Moville, co. Donegal, Officer in the Irish Consta ju- 
lary, b. 20 Aug. 1809 (will dated 21 Aug. 1846, proved;. 
13 Sept. 1853) 

i. Anne. 2. Catherine. 

3. Robert, of Curraghmore, co. Roscommon, M.A., Barnstt r-at 
Law 1799, b. 13 July, 1766 (will dated 15 Feb. 1840, proved 



5 > 



IRELAND. 



Bland. 



13 Feb. 1841) ; m. Margaret, dau. of Samuel L. Owens, of Dun- 
dermot, co. Roscommon, High Sheriff for co. Roscommon, and 
left issue, 

Mary Anne, m. John H. Mitchell, of Coolmeen, co. Roscommon. 
4. William, Lieut, igth Regt. of Foot, killed in action at Kandy 
Ceylon, 15 June, 1803. 

1. Anne, m. 20 July, 1779, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Richard St. Leger 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, DONERAILE, VISCT.). She d. July. 1809. 

2. Bridget, m. 1791, Thomas Henn, of Paradise, co. Clare (see thai 



ae eldest son, 

JOHN EDWARD BLAKENEY, of Greenhall, co. Roscommon, ist Lieut. 
I oyal Marine L.I b. 7 June, 1763 ; d. 30 Oct. 1853 ; m. ist, Frances, 
d m. of Thomas Bradley (she was bur. 25 April, 1820), and by her 
h id issue, 

1. RICHARD, of whom presently. 

2. John, Capt. Russian Hussars, killed at Verdun 

8. Thomas, ist Lieut. Royal Marine L.I., sth Oct. 1808. 

4. Thcophilus, b. 10 Jan. 1803. 

5. Robert, b. 5 June, 1805. " 

He m. 2ndly, 1822, Magdalen, dau. of de Courcy, Ireland, and widow 
cf John Purdon, of Low Park, co. Roscommon, and had a dau., 

1. Mary Ann, d.s.p. 
1 he eldest son, 

RICHARD BLAKENEY, ist Lieut. Royal Marine L.I., mentioned 

T JrfP^TY 63 dated X 9 Feb - I8 9> from Ca Pt- Sir George Scott, 

H.M.S Horatio, ' d. 26 Sept. 1849, having m. 21 Aug. 1816, Susan 

Maria, dau. of John Purdon, of Low Park, co. Roscommon and 

had issue, 

1. RICHARD PAUL, of whom presently. 



. - * j "' ^>jy3 > " 3 j uiic, 1030, iviartna, uau. o 
Derbyshire, J.P., of Claughton, Cheshire. Had issue, 

1. Edward Purdon, M.A. Camb., Vicar of Wadsley, Yorkshire, 
b 19. Oct. 1870 ; m. 20 June, 1899, Hilda Kate, eldest dau. of 
William Ernest Dring, M.D., and has issue, four sons. 

2. John St. Leger, M.A. Camb., Vicar of Anston, Yorkshire, 
b. 15 Dec. 1873. 

t. Martha Susan, b. 25 Dec. 1862 ; m. 21 Dec. 1880, Samuel 
Roberts, of Queen's Tower, Sheffield, M.A. Camb., Barrister-at- 
Law, J.p., D.L., M.P. for Ecclesall, Sheffield, and has issue. 
3. William Purdon, b. 1834 ', m. Emily, dau. of Capt. R. Clegg. 
and d. 2 Jan. 1879, and had issue, 

William Purdon, b. 2 Feb. 1854, Vicar of Thorpe Salvin, York- 
shire ; m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Dr. Wilson, of Chelten- 
ham, and has issue, 

Leslie St. Leger, b. 13 April, 1890, Lieut. Lanes. Fus. 
1. Eleanor Maria, m. Rev. William Clementson, M.A. 
The eldest son, 

RICHARD PAUL BLAKENEY, D.D. (Honoris Causa) Edinburgh, 
LL.D. (Tnn. Coll. Dublin), Canon and Prebend, of York, Rector and 
Rural Dean of Bridliiigton, Yorkshire, b. 2 June, 1820; d. 
31 Dec. 1884 ; m. ist, 1841, Anne, dau. and heir of Lieut. Richard 
O Connor, R.N., and had issue, 

Susan, m. 10 Oct. 1865, Rev. Albert Wade, M.A. 
Canon Blakeney m. 2ndly, 2 Dec. 1856, Elizabeth, younger dau. and 
co-heir of Robert Bibby, of Liverpool, and had issue 

1. RICHARD (Rev.), M.A. Oxford, Hon. Canon of Peterborough. 
Vicar and Rural Dean of Melton Mowbray, b. 14 Oct. 1857 ; m. 
16 April, 1884, Alice, eldest dau. and co-heir of Henry Unwin, 
J.P., of Broom Cross, Sheffield. 

2. Robert Bibby (Rev.), M.A. St. Peter's Coll. Cambridge, Rector 
of Southport, Lancashire, b. i Feb. 1865 ; m. 19 July, 1894, 
Constance Eleanor, 2nd dau. of Col. Henry Zouch Darrah, B.S.C. 

3. John Edward Charles, Major 3 rd Essex Regt., Resident 
Northern Nigeria, b. 20 Dec. 1866 ; m. 27 Feb. 1899, Louise 
Margaret, eld. dau. of Lieut.-Col. Lorenzo Mosse, 67th South 
Hants Regt. 

4. Herbert de Courcy (Rev.), Chaplain London County Asylums, 
b. 18 Dec. 1873 J nt. 2 Oct. 1895, Edith (div. 8 Feb. 1909), dau. of 
Thomas Bower, and has issue, 

1. Dorothy de Courcy, b. 17 Jan. 1901. 

2. Irene de Courcy, b. 24 Feb. 1902. 

1. Elizabeth Gunning, 6. 18 Nov. 1858, m. 14 July, 1881, Capt. 
Arthur Penry William, R.N., and d. 3 Feb. 1882. 

2. Ellen St. Leger, b. 23 Nov. 1859 ', m. 28 July, 1887, Rev. 
John Howard Deazeley, M.A., Rector of Killybegs, co. Donegal. 

3. Florence Purdon, b. 26 Dec. 1861 ; d. 20 Jan. 1900. 

4. Magdalen Amelia Ireland, b. 2 Nov. 1868 : m. 6 Jan. 1898, 
Rev. Lancelot Hicks Becher, M.A., Vicar of Banks, Lancashire, 
and has issue. 

5. Constance, b. 8 Sept. 1870 ; m. 8 Dec. 1896, Maj. Walter de | 
Sausmarez Cayley, Lieut.-Col. comdg. ist Batt. uth Prince of 
Wales Own (West York Regt.). 

Arms (as registered Ulster's Office, Fun. Entry, 1659) Az., 
a chevron between three leopards' faces arg. Crest Out of a 
ducal coronet or, an arm erect, couped at the elbow, vested gu. 
cuffed arg., in the hand a sword ppr., hilt and pommel gold. 
Motto Auxilium meum ab alto (as registered College of A.rms to i 
Gen. Sir William Blakeney, K.B., afterwards Lord Blakeney, on ; 
obtaining a grant of supporters as K.B.) sable, a chevron ermine 
between threj leopards' faces or. Crest O.it of clouds proser an 
arm erect, vested azure, the hand grasping a sword all ppr. ' Motto 
--as above. 

Seats Abbert, Ballyglunin, co. Galway ; Benekerry Lodge, cu- 
Cairlow. Club Kildare Street, Dublin. 



JLi UCISTOX-HOTJSTOUN. See HOUSTOTJN. 




BLAND, late OF DERRIQUIN. 

JAMES FRANKLIN 
BLAND, late of Derri- 
quin Castle, co. Kerry, 
B.A. Trin. Coll. Dub- 
lin, b. 1850; m. 31 
Dec. 1873, Agnes 
i Margaret, eldest dau. 
of Samuel Wilson 
Block. 15. ,Talbot 
Square, Hyde Park, 
London, and has 
issue, 

1. FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER 
CECIL b. 1875. 

2. Archibald Franklin 
Wilson, b. 1885. 

3. Godfrey Hamilton, b. 
1889. 

1. Agnes Emma. 

2. Eveleen. 3. Ethel. 
Lineage. This family 

were originally seated in the co. of York. The first who settled 
in Ireland was 

THE VERY REV. JAMES BLAND, Archdeacon of Limerick, and 
Dean of Ardfert. In a deed of sale registered in Wakefield, in 
i 1717, he is described as of Killarney, co. Keny, Ireland, and as 
disposing of his estates in Sedbergh, co. York, to Richard Willen. 
He was the son of John Bland, of Sedbergh, as proved by the records 
of bt. John s College, Cambridge, where he was admitted on 3 May, 
1684. He went to Ireland as Chaplain to Lord Deputy Sidney, 
in 1692. He m. Lucy, dau. of Sir Francis Brewster, Lord Mayor 
of Dublin 1674-75, and was father of the Rev. Francis Bland (whose 
great-grandson, the VEN. NATHANIEL BLAND, Archdeacon of 
Aghadoe, who d. 25 Feb. 1885, was the head of the family) and of 

NATHANIEL BLAND, LL.D., Judge of the Prerogative 'Court of 
Dublin, and Vicar-General of the Diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe. 
He w. ist, Diana, only dau. and heiress of Nicholas Kemeys, and 
had by her a son, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

He m. 2ndly, Lucy, dau. of Francis Heaton, by whom he had issue, 

2. Francis, father, by Catherine Mahoney his wife, of Col. 
James Francis Bland, of Killarney, and of Frances, m. Rev 
Robert Hewson. 

3. Nathaniel, m. Mary Mead, but had no issue. 

4. George, m. Hannah Westropp, but had no issue. 

1. Lucy, m. George Orpen, a Military Officer, distinguished at Min- 
den, 4th son of the Rev. Thomas Orpen, of Killowen, co. Kerry. 

2. Hester, m. Robert Sinclair, Laird of Freswick, Caithness. 

3. Dorothea, m. Francis Crumpe, and had, with other issue, 
Nathaniel Crumpe, of Randalls Park, in Surrey, who took the 
additional surname of BLAND. 

Dr. Bland was s. by his eldest son, 

THE REV. JAMES BLAND, of Derriquin Castle, who m. ist, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Christopher Julian ; and 2ndly, Barbara, dau. of 
Nash, by the former of whom he had, with other issue, a dau., 
Letitia, m. Major Nathaniel Bland (father of the Ven. Nathaniel 
Bland, Archdeacon of Aghadoe, who d. 25 Feb. 1885), and a son and 
successor, 

FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER BLAND, of Derriquin Castle, m. 15 March, 
1798, Lucinda, dau. of Arthur Bastable Herbert (eldest son of 
Bastable Herbert), of Brewsterfield, near Killarney, by his wife 
Barbara, dau. of Maurice FitzGerald, Knt. of Kerry (son of John, 
FitzGerald, Knight of Kerry, by Hon. Honora O'Brien his wife 
dau. of Conor, 2nd Viscount Clart), and by her (who d. 18621 had, 

1. JAMES FRANKLIN, late of Derriquin. 2. Arthur. 

3. John, d. March, 1859. 4. Edward. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Frederick Hyde. 

2. Lucy, m. Capt. Thomas Stuart, R.N. 

3. Frances Diana (d. 23 April, 1872), m. 1832, Thomas Harnett 
Fuller, of Glashnacree, co. Kerry (see that family), son of Capt. 
Edward Fuller, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Rev. John 
Blennerhassett, Rector of Tralee. The only son of this 
marriage is James Franklin Fuller, F.S.A<, Fellow of the Royal 
Institute of British Architects. 

4. Mary Matilda. 

5. Christina Frances, m. Robert Acheson Thompson. 

6. Clara Dalinda, m. William Allen. 
Mr. Bland was s. by his eldest son, 

JAMES FRANKLIN BLAND, of Derriquin Castle, J.P., High Sheria 
1835, 6. 24 Jan. 1799 ; m. 27 Dec. 1825, Emma, dau. of Joseph 
Taylor, of Dunkerron Castle, co. Kerry, Major Bengal Artillery, 
and had issue, 

1. FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER, late of Derriquin. 

2. James Franklin, Capt. 57th Foot, b. 10 Jan. 1828 ; killed at 
the battle of Inkerman. 

1. Alice Phillis, ;. 20 Dec. 1853, Usher Williamson, eldest son 
of the Rev. Benjamin Williamson, of Old Dromore, co. Cork. 

He d. 6 March, 1863. His elder son, 

FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER BLAND, of Derriquin Castle, co. Kerry, 

J.P., b. 8 Oct. i825 ; High Sheriff 1859 ; s. his father 1863 ; m. 

23 June, 1819, Jane, dau. of th3 R"v. Archibald Robert Hamilto.i, 

of Cork, and d. 5 April, 1814, leavi ig issu >, 

1. JAMES FRANKLIN, his heir, who sold Derriquin. 

2. Archibald Robert Hamilton, M.D., m. 20 Sept. 1884, Mary, 
widow of J. W. Jackson, and dau. of Harris. 



Bland. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



54 



3. Francis Christopher Earle. 

4. Richard Townsend Herbert, m. 22 Dec. 1894, Katherine Annie 
Parr, 3rd dau. of William Monckton, of Portishead, co. Somerset, 
and d. 28 May, 1899. 

1. Emma Alice. 2. Jane Hamilton. 

3. Catherine Cotter, m. 21 July 1885, Augustus W. Addinsell. 

4. Alice Phfflis, m. 21 March, 1887, R. Wanless Smith, Scottish 
Rifles, eldest son of E. J. Smith, of Clonard, co. Dublin. 

5. Mary Evelyn, m. 19 Oct. 1886, Sir Arthur Henry McMahon, 
K.C.I.E., C.S.I., Maj. Indian Army, son of Lieut.-Gen. C. A. 
McMahon, F.R.S., and has issue. 

Arms Erm. on a bend sa. three pheons or, in the sinister chief 
point a cinquefoil vert quartering KEMEYS. Crest A cock ppr., 
charged on the breast with a pheon or. Motto Eloquentia sagitta. 

Residence Hollywood, Kenmare. 



BLAND OF BLANDSFORT. 

HUMPHREY LOFTUS 
BLAND, of Blandsfort, 
Queen's Co., High Sheriff 
of Co. Wicklow, 1905, 
and Queen's Co., 1912, 
J.P..D.L., lateLieut. 5th 
Fus., b. 9 April, 1869 ; 
5. his father 3 Dec. 1908 ; 
m. 1 6 May, 1900, Muriel 
Elsie, dau. of the late 
John Scott, of Elmstead 
Grange, Chislehurst, and 
has issue, 

WILLIAM, b. 8 Aug. 1901. 

Alice Mary. 

liineag-e. COL. JOHN 

BLAND purchased land in Queen's Co. 1699, and built Blandsfort. 
which was finished in 1715. He had two brothers, Humphrey and 
William, and three sisters : i. Frances, m. Lawless ; 2. Anna, a. 
unm. ; 3. Elizabeth, d. unm. By his will, dated 14 June, 1728, he 
devised Blandsfort to his brother Humphrey and his heirs, and 
in default to his brother William and the heir of his body lawfully 
begotten. He d.s.p. 1728, and was accordingly s. by his brother, 

GEN. HUMPHREY BLAND, of Blandsfort, Queen's Co., Quarter- 
master-General 1742, Maj.-Gen. at Culloden, Gov. of Gibraltar 
1749, and Com. -in-Chief, Scotland, 1752-63, Col. ist Dragoon 
Guards, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Stair, but d.s.p. 8 May, 1763, 
and was s. by his nephew, JOHN, son of his brother, 

CAPT. WILLIAM BLAND, Capt. 8th Dragoons, m. ist (setts, dated 
14 Sept. 1720), Elizabeth Jones, alias Horseman, dau. of William 
Cock, and by her had a son, 

1. JOHN, of Blandsfort. 

He m. 2ndly (setts, dated 8 Nov. 1732, lie. 28 Nov. 1732), Letitia, 
dau. of Col. Hercules Davis, of the Battle-Axe Guards, and d. 
1746, having by her had issue, 

2. Humphry, Capt. 62nd Regt., m. 1763, Mary, dau. of Edward 
Matthews, and d. 1788, having had issue, 




I. Sarah Elizabeth. 



2. Dorcas Letitia. 



3. Jane Wilson, m. July, 1775, Thomas Sinclaire, of Belfast, 
and had issue a dau. 

3. Thomas, General in the Army, Col. of the sth or Eland's 
Dragoons, d.s.p. 1816. 

4. Neville, Capt. in the Army, m. Charlotte, dau. of Smith, of 
Colbarey, co. Tipperary, and d. 1789, having had issue, 

1. Humphry Dalrymple, Lieut.-Col. 47th Regt., m. June, 
1793, Mary Graham, and had a dau., 

Ellen, m. Easton. 

2. Loftus Otway, Post Capt. R.N., was promoted to that rank 
for the capture of the " Liguria " 7 Aug. 1798 (see JAMES'S 
Naval History), m. Sarah, dau. of Samuel Foote, of Demerara, 
and widow of Ashbourner, and had issue, 

(i) Neville Loftus, of Bath. 

(1) Sarah Otway, m. Charles Clarke, of Graigneroe, co. 
Tipperary, and had issue (see that family). 

(2) Elizabeth, m. Charles Mansergh, of Clifford, co. Cork. 

3. William. 

i. Margaret, m. Cole. 

JOHN BLAND, of Blandsfort, b. 1723, s. h's uncle General 
Humphrey, m. 1763, Sarah, dau. of Charles Birch, of Birchgrove, 
co. Wexford, and d. 1790, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Robert, Capt. 72nd Regt. 3. William. 

1. Elizabeth, m. J. Crawford, of Balintober, Nenagh, co. 
Tipperary. 

2. Anne, m. George Pringle, of Stradbally. 

3. Catherine. 

4. Hannah, m. Nugert. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLAND, of Blandsfort, Ensign isth Regt., m. 1790, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Birch, M.P., of Turvey, co. Dublin, 
and by her (who d. 1836) left at his decease 1810, three sons and 
three daus., viz., 

1. JOHN THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Robert Wintringham (Rev.), of Abbeyville, co. Antrim, J.P., 



b. 21 Feb. 1794 ; m. 14 July, 1826, Alicia, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 
Edward Evans, of Gortmerron, Dungannon, co. Tyrone. She d. 
10 Oct. 1879. He d. 21 Dec. 1880, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN HUMPHRY, of Fernagh, Whiteabbey, co. Antrim, b. 
20 May, 1828 ; m. 30 Oct. 1867, Emily Charlotte (d. 27 Dec. 
1906), dau. of Rev. Wyndham Carlyon Madden, of Berg Apton, 
Norfolk, and has issue 

(i) Robert Wyndham Humphry Maciel, b. 27 Jan. 1872. 

(1) Eva Charlotte Alice, b. 10 Nov. 1868 ; m. 30 Nov. 
1911, George Lucas Blackley Borton, elder son of late 
Capt. Henry Borton, R.H.A. 

(2) Lilian Emily, b. 28 Sept. 1878 ; m. her cousin 3 Oct. 
1911, Charles Loftus Bland, late R.A. (see below). 

2. Edward Loftus, Maj.-Gen. late R.E., of White Abbey, co. 
Antrim, b. 10 Dec. 1829 ; m. 4 Jan. 1859, Emma Frances, dau. 
of Robert Fergusson Franks, of Jerpoint, co. Kilkenny, and by 
her (who d. 7 July, 1894) has issue, 

(1) Robert Norman, C.M.G., B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Res. 
Councillor, Penang, 1907-10 (White Abbey, co. Antrim), 
b. 8 Oct. 1859 ; m. 18 Sept. 1895, Laura, dau. of late Thomas 
Shelford, C.M.G., of Singapore and Hythe, Kent, and has 
had issue, 

1. Thomas Edward, b. 24 Feb. 1903. 

2. Robert Lawrence St Colum, b. 1905 ; d. 26 Jan. 1907. 
i. A dau. 

(2) John Otway Percy (The Clock House, Shepperton-on- 
Thames), b. 15 Nov. 1863 ; m. 29 Nov. 1889, Louisa, dau. 
of William Dearborn, of San Francisco. 

(3) Edward Humphrey, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 3 May, 1866; 
m. 7 April, i894, l Bertha Mary, 3rd dau. of J. Fletcher Moore, 
D.L., of Manor Kilbride, co. Dublin (see that family), and 
has issue, 

i. Humphry Otway Carleton, b. 8 July, 1901. 

1. Angela Doreen Loftus, b. 5 April, 1898. 

2. Vivienne Rosalie, twin with her brother. 

(4) William St. Colum, Maj. R.A., b. 6 June, 1868 ; m. 5 
Sept. 1903, Kathleen, youngest dau. of the late Edward D. 
S. Ogilvie, of Yulgibbar, N.S. Wales, and has issue, 

1. Kathleen Frances Theodosia, b. 19 Sept. 1904. 

2. Margaret Alice, b. 12 July, 1907. 

(5) Thomas Dundas, b. 7 Jan. 1876, murdered in Corea 15 
Aug. 1900. 

(6) Charles Loftus, Lieut, late R.A. (Quatsino, Vancouver 
Island), b. 24 Oct. 1881 ; m. 3 Oct. 1911, his cousin, Lilian 
Emily, younger dau. of John Humphry Bland, of Fernagh 
(see above). 

(1) Mary. 

(2) Alice Rosalie Henrietta, m. Sept. 1899, Capt. Arthur 
Desborough, R.A. (3) Sydney Frances Josephine. 

3. Robert Henry, J.P., b. 4 Oct. 1834 ; m. Caroline, dau. of 
Charles H. Croker, of Montevideo. 

1. Marianne Sinclaire, m. Aug. 1855, Maj.-Gen. Conolly McCaus- 
land, R.E., and left issue two daus. 

2. Sarah Maria, m. 15 Dec. 1857, Gen. W. J. Smythe, R.A., 
F.R.S., who d. 1887. 

3. Alice Louisa Jane, m. 2 Oct. 1871, Edward Lawrenson, of 
Nurney, co. Kildare, and Sutton House, Howth, co. Dublin, 
and d. March, 1900, leaving issue. 

3. Charles Humphry, R.N., lost in the wreck of the St. George 
off coast of Denmark, Dec. 1811, aged 16. 

4. LOFTUS HENRY, late of Blandsfort. 

1. Catherine Jane, m. ist, Capt. Richard Croker, R.N., of Thorn- 
bury, Queen's Co., and had issue ; and zndly, Rev. Thomas Frere 
Bowerbank, Vicar of Chiswick, Middlesex, who d.s.p. 1867. 

2. Sarah Annie, d. unm. 1823. 

3. Georgina Elizabeth, m. James Franck Rolleston, of Franckfort 
Castle, King's Co., and had issue (see that faintly). 

The eldest son, 

JOHN THOMAS BLAND, of Blandsfort .Cornet 4th Q.O. Dragoons, 
m. Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of J9hn Bond, of Bath, and dying 
s.p.s. 1849, devised Blandsfort to his brother, 

LOFTUS HENRY BLAND, of Blandsfort, M.A., Q.C., M.P. for the 
King's Co., b. Aug. 1805 ; m. ist, 20 Aug. 1840, Charlotte Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. of Gen. the Hon. Arthur Grove Annesley, of Ann's Grove,! 
co. Cork, and by her (who d. 26 March, 1842) had a son, 

1. JOHN LOFTUS, late of Blandsfort. 

He m. 2ndly, 2 Dec. 1843, Annie Jane, eldest dau. of the late John 
Prendergast Hackett, of Stratford Place, London, and by her (who>A 
d. 17 Jan. 1904) had issue, 

2. Thomas Dalrymple, Lieut. 4th Hussars, b. 9 June, 1846 ; d. 1869^ 

1. Elizabeth Emily, m. March, 1878, the Very Rev. Dean War- 
burton. He d.s.p. 3 May, 1900. She d. 21 July, 1901 (seM 
WARBURTON of Garry hinch). 

2. Annie Sophia Alicia. 

Mr. Loftus Bland, M.P. for King's Co. 1852-59, was appointed 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, co. Cavan, 1862. He d. 21 Jan. 1872. 
The elder son, 

JOHN LOFTUS BLAND, of Blandsfort, Queen's Co., J.P., D.L., 
b. 2 June, 1841 ; s. his father 21 Jan. 1872, late Capt. 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons ; m. ist, 2 July, 1868, Alice, 2nd dau. of George Hotham, 
late Capt. R.E. (see BURKE'S Peerage, HOTHAM, B.), and by her (who 
d. 31 Jan. 1898) had 

HUMPHREY LOFTUS, now of Blandsfort. 

Mr. J. L. Bland m. 2ndly, 27 July, 1899, Georgiana Augusta, dau. ofJ 
George White West, of Ardenode, co. Kildare (see WEST of Whitt*. 
Park), and d. 3 Dec. 1908. 

Arms Arg., on a bend sa., three pheons or, in the sinister chi.ef 
point a crescent gu. Crest Out of a ducal coronet a lion's head 
ppr., charged with a crescent gu. Motto Quo fata vocant. 

Seat Blandsfort, Abbeyleix. ttub Kildare Street, Dubl th. ' 



IRELAND. 



Blennerhassett 




BLENNERHASSETT OF BALLYSEEDY. 

ARTHUR BLENNER- 
IASSETT, of Bally- 
eecly, co. Kerry, J.P. 
md D.L., High Sheriff 
1878, late Major 4th 
Batt. R. Munster 
Fusiliers, b. 26 June, 
1856 ; s< his father 
1859 ; m. 6 June, 
1882, Clara Nesta 
Richarda, only dau. 
of Desmond John 
Edmund FitzGerald, 
THE KNIGHT OF GLIN, 
and has, 

1. Nesta Georgie. 

2. HUda. 3. Vera. 
Lineage. This family, 

which is of English origin, 
settled in Ireland, temp. 
Queen ELIZABETH, about 

1580, and has, since that period, maintained the highest rank 
amongst the gentry of the co. Kerry, where the first settler, THOMAS 
BLENNERHASSETT, of Flimby, co. Cumberland, M.P. for Carlisle 
1584-5, with his son, ROBERT, obtained grants of lands in co. 
Kerry. This 

ROBERT BLENNERHASSETT was M.P. for Tralee 1613, and til 1 
Provost of the town. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Jenkin Conway, 
and had (with a dau., Elizabeth, m. Capt. George Norton, of 
Moyagh Castle, co. Clare) three sons, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Edward, High Sheriff co. Kerry 1642, m. Mary, dau. of 
Edward Vauclier. 

3. Arthur, m. Mary FitzGerald, of Ballynard, and was ancestor 
of BLENNERHASSETT of Riddlestown. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, M.P. Kerry, High Sheriff 
co. Kerry 1641, m. Martha, dau. of George Lynn, of Southwick 
Hall, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Robert, High Sheriff co. Kerry 1622, M.P. Tralee 1634 ', m. 
Avice, dau. and co-heir of Jenkin Conway, of Killorglin, co. 
"erry, and was ancestor of BLENNERHASSETT, Bart, of Blenner- 
ville, and of BLENNERHASSETT of Kells, co. Kerry. 

3. Thomas, m. Ellen Stoughton. 

1. Mary, m. Capt. Thomas Wren, of Litter. 

2. Alice, m. Edmund Conway. 

3. Lucy, m. Lieut. John Walker. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, M.P. for co. Kerry, 
High Sheriff 1658 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edward Denny, Knt. 
of Tralee Castle, and Ruth, his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Thomas 
Roper, Viscount Ballinglass, by whom (who was b. 25 Feb. 1635) 
he .had issue, 

1. Arthur, m. a dau. of Sir Boyle Maynard, Knt. of Curryglass, 
and d. at Tralee Castle, 7 Jan. 1686. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. Ruth, m. ist, Thomas Browne, and 2ndly, Thomas Blenner- 
hassett, of Riddlestown. 
The 2nd son, 

JOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, M.P. for co. Kerry, m. 
Margaret, dau. of Crosbie, of Tubrid, and had (with a dau., Agnes, 
m. Robert Rogers, of Ashgrove, co. Cork) five sons, 
1. JOHN, his heir. 2. Arthur, d.s.p. 

3. Thomas, m. Avice Spring, and had issue. 

4. Pierce, d.s.p. 

5. William, of Elm Grove, m. Mary, dau. of Alderman John 
Morley, Mayor of Cork 1718, and had issue, 

WILLIAM, who s. to the estates. 

Agnes, m. Sir William Godfrey, ist bart. of Bushfield. 
Mr. Blennerhassett d. 1709, and was s. by his eldest son, 

>;OHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, M.P. for Tralee 1709, 
High Sheriff co. Kerry 1717 ; m. Jane, dau. of Edward Denny, co. 
Tralee, and had issue, 
1. JOHN, his heir. 



Kerry 1761 ; m. 1765, Catherine, eldest dau. and co-heir of Noble 
Johnson, and had two sons and three daus., 
1. JOHN, his heir. 2. ARTHUR, who s. his brother. 

1. Catherine, m. ist, John Gustavus Crosbie, and 2ndly, George 
Rowan, of Rathanny, co. Limerick. 

2. Frances, m. ist, Anthony Denny, and 2ndly, Col. Sir George 
Morris. 

3. Mary, m. Nevinson de Courcy, Capt. R.N. 

Mr. Blennerhassett, whose will is dated 19 Jan. 1797, was s. by his 
eldest son, 

JOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, M.P. co. Kerry 1794 ; 
d. unm., and was s. by his brother, 

ARTHUR BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, High Sheriff co. Kerry 
1821 ; m. Dorcas, dau. of Geoige Twiss, of Anna, co. Kerry, by 
Honora his wife, dau. of William Meredith, of Dicksgrove, and had 
issue, 

1. ARTHUR, his heir. 

2. William (Rev.), Vicar of Iwerne Minster, Dorset, m. Emma 
Sophia Houssemayne, eldest dau. of F. Houssemayne du Boulay, 
and has issue, i. John, d. unm. ; 2. William, of Netley Firs, 
Hants, m. 26 May, 1904, Isabella Sara, 2nd dau. of the late 
Maxwell Ancketill of Leatherhead, Surrey (see ANCKETILL of 
AncketUl's Grove); 3. Arthur, Capt. R.N. ; 4. Francis, i. 
Marianne; 2. Emma Sophia ; 3. Agnes. 

3. John (Rev.), M.A. Rector of Ryme Intrinsica, Dorset, m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of F. Houssemayne du Boulay, of Forest House, 
Essex, and had four daus., 

r. Georgina, m. 28 April, 1864, Sir Augustus Riversdale Warren, 
5th bart. of Warren's Court, and d. 1893, having had issue (set 
BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Geraldine de Courcy, m. 10 Aug. 1869, William George 
Digby Wingfield Digby (see WINGFIELD-DIGBY of Sherborne). 

3. Bessie Houssemayne, m. 31 Oct. 1867, Charles Mark Allanson, 
4th Lord Headley, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage}. 

4. Ada, m. Chapman. 

4. Crosbie, d.s.p. 5. Thomas, of Shannavalla. 
6. Barry, Lieut.-Col. 7ist Regt., d.s.p. 

1. Nevinson de Courcy, R.N., d. unm. 

1. Georgina, m. her cousin Edward Denny. 

2. Margaret, d. unm. 
The eldest son, 

ARTHUR BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, High Sheriff 1821, 
and M.P. for Deny 1836 ; m. Frances Deane, dau. of Henry Deane 
Grady, and by her (who d. 1834) had issue, 

1. HENRY DEANE, his heir. 

2. CHARLES JOHN ALLANSON WINN, successor to his brother, 

1. Dorcas, m. Robert Conway Hurly, and d.s.p. 

2. Amelia, m. Hon. Chichester Skeffington, and d. 3 Aug. 1887. 

3. Ada, m. Standish, 3rd Viscount Guillamore, and d. 1867. 

4. Frances Annabella, m. 6 Dec. 1859, Sir John Richard Wolseley, 
6th bart. of Mount Wolseley, who d. 20 June, 1874, leaving issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage). She d. 30 May, 1907. 

Mr. Blennerhassett d. 1843, and was s. by his son, 

HENRY DEANE BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, who d. unm., 
and was s. by his brother, 

CHARLES JOHN ALLANSON WINN BLENNERHASSETT, of Bally- 
seedy, J.P., High Sheriff 1858, b. 1830 ; m. 26 Sept. 1855, Marianne, 
4th dau. of John Hickson, of the Grove, Dingle, J.P. and D.L., by 
Barbara his wife, dau. of John Mahony, of Dromore, and by her 
(who m. 2ndly, 1862, William Walker, and son of Richard Walker, 
M.P.) he left at his decease, 9 Dec. 1859, a son and successor, the 
present ARTHUR BLENNERHASSETT, and a dau., Barbara Georgina, 
d. unm. Jan. 1867. 

Arms Gu., a chevron erm., between three dolphins, embowed, 
arg. Crest A wolf sejant, ppr. Motto Fortes fortuna juvat. 

Seat Ballyseedy House, near Traleo. Clubs Kildare Street, 
Royal St. George's Yacht Club. 



BLENNERHASSETT OF KELLS. 

ROWLAND PONSONBY BLENNERHASSETT, of Kelis, 
co. Kerry, J.P., K.C., M.P, for Kerry 1872-85, 
6. 22 July, 1850; m. 21 Sept. 1876, Mary Beatrice, 
3rd dau. of the late Walter Armstrong, of Ennis- 
moie Gardens, S.W., and has issue, 

RICHARD FRANCIS PONSONBY, b. 29 June, 1879. 
Mr. Blennerhassett is the only son of the late 



2. Arthur, b. 1709'; m. Jane, dau. of Monsieur Girardot, and Richard Francis Blennerhassett, of Kells, who d.v.pt 

1 6 Feb. 1854 (by Honoria his wife, who d. 1884, 
dau. of William Carrique Ponsonby of Crotto), and 
grandson of Rowland Blennerhassett, of Kells, 
who d. 12 April, 1854, 4th son of Sir Rowland 
Blennerhassett, ist bart., who d. 14 March, 1821. 

Lineage. See BURKE'S Peerage, BLENNERHASSETT, Bart. 

Arms Gu., a chevron erm., between three dolphins, embowed 
arg. Crest A wolf sejant, ppr. Motto Fortes fortuna juvat. 

Seat Kells, co. Kerry. Town Residence 52, Hans Pkce, S.W. 
Clubs Brooks's and St. James's. 



widow of Col. Hamilton, and had two daus., co-heirs, 

1. Jane, m. 23 J 

2. Juliana, m. i 
(see that family). ' 

1. Agnes, b. 1722 ; m. Sir Thomas Denny, Knt. of Tralee. 

2. Arabella, b. 1726 ; m. ist, Richard Ponsonby, of Crotto, and ; 
2ndly, Arthur Blennerhassett. 3. Letitia, d.s.p. 

4. Mary, m. Launcelot Crosbie, of Tubrid. 
The eldest son, 

TOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, b. 1715, High Sheriff co. 
Kerry 1740 ; m. ist, Ann, dau. of William Crosbie, of Tubrid, and 
widow of John Leslie, by whom he had no issue ; and 2ndly, Frances, 
dau. of Edward Herbert, of Kilcow, by whom he had issue, 

1. John, d. unm. v.p. 2. Arthur, d. unm. v.p. 

1. Frances, m. 1782, Rev. Jemmett Browne, of Riverstown, co.Cork. i 
Mr. Blennerhassett dying thus without surviving male issue, the 

r tailed estates devolved on his cousin, 
WILLIAM BLENNERHASSETT, of Ballyseedy, High Sheriff co. i 



BLENNERHASSETT. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, 
BLENNERHASSETT, Bart. 






Bligh. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 




BLIGH OF BRITTAS. 

CAPT. FREDERICK 
ARTHUR BLIGH, of 
Brittas, Nobber, co. 
Meath, J.P., High 
Sheriff 1904, lateCapt. 
R.A., b. 3 July. 1861 ; 
m. 22 June 1898, 
Mary Wentworth, 2nd 
dau. of Lieut. -Gen. 
Wentworth Forbes, 
and has issue, 

Gwendolen Mary, b. 19 Jan. 

1905. 

Lineage. JOHN BLIGH, 
of Rathmore, co. Meath, M.P. 
for Rathmore 1660, Com- 
missioner of Inland Excise 
1665, went to Ireland as 
Agent of the Adventurers 
for the forfeited estates in 
1641 (3rd son of William 
Bligh, of Plymouth), bapt. 
22 Feb. 1616-17, m. Cathe- 
rine sister of William Fuller, 
Bishop of Lincoln. She d. before 8 Dec. 1669. He d. 3 Nov. 1666, 
leaving an only son, 

THE RIGHT HON. THOMAS BLIGH, P.C., of Rathmore, co. Meath, 
M.P. 1704, b. 1654; m. 9 Dec. 1682, Elizabeth, dau. of Col. James 
Naper, of Loughcrew, co. Meath. She d. 21 March, 1736-7. Herf. 
28 Aug. 1710, having had issue, 

1. JOHN, created EARL OF PARNLEY (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Thomas, of Brittas, Lieut-Gen, in the Army, M.P. for Athboy 
1715, b. 14 Aug. 1693 ; m. ist, 19 Aug. 1737, Elizabeth, sister of 
William Bury, of Shannon Grove, co. Limerick. She d. 23 March, 
1759. He m. 2ndly, Oct. 1760, Frances, sister of Theophilus 
Jones. He d.s.p. Aug. 1775. 3. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

The youngest son, 

THE VERY REV. ROBERT BLIGH, Dean of Elphin, m. ist, July, 
1742, Catherine Elliot, widow of Charles Boyle, of Arraghlin 
Bridge, co. Cork. She d. 15 Jan. 1757. He m. 2 ndly, 18 March, 
1759, the dau. of Winthrop, of London, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS CHERBURGH, of whom presently. 

2. Robert, d.s.p. 

1. Frances Theodosia, m. 5 Feb. 1788, Robert, and Earl of Roden, 
K.P. He d. 29 June, 1840. She d. 22 May, 1802, leaving issue. 

2. Katherine, m. 20 Dec. 1798, Hon. Hugh Howard, who d. 3 
Nov. 1840, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, WICKLOW, E.). 

The elder son, 

THOMAS CHERBURGH Bi IGH, of Brittas, m. 3 Nov. 1790, his cousin, 
Lady Theodosia Bligh, dau. of John, 3 rd Earl of Darnley. She d. 
21 Jan. 1840. He d. 17 Sept. 1830, leaving issue, 

1. Thomas, Capt. Coldstream Guards, m. Helena, dau. of Col. 
Thomas Paterson, and d.v.p.s.p. She m. 2 ndly, 10 Nov. 1828, 
William, 4th Earl of Mornington. He d. i July, 1857. She d. 
7 April, 1869, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, WELLINGTON, 

2. EDWARD, of Brittas. 

3. Charles, b. 15 Dec. 1808, m. 17 July, 1837, Fanny Catherine, 
dau. of Sir William George Parker, Bart. She d. 7 Jan. 1804. 
He d. 1892, having had issue, 

1. Charles Francis, b. i June, 1846; d. 20 Jan. 1872. 

2. William George. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Sophia Henrietta, m. 23 May, 1866, John Gillett Livesay, 
and has issue. 

3. Emily Rose, m. i May, 1878, Robert Vesey Stoney, of 
Rosturk Castle, co. Mayo. 

4. Georgina Theodosia, dec. 

1. Frances, m. 23 March, 1830, George Vicessimus Wigram, who 

**'& * i an> l879 ' 2 - Sarah - d - unm - 

3. Elizabeth, m. ist, 1828, John Cumin-, Barri?ter-at-Law, who 
i'., 1 A ^ 8 t 1 , 831 ' Ieavin 8 is sue an only dau. (Elizabeth, m. 1850, 
Edward Foley); and andly, 10 May, 1838, John Fountain Elwin 
i<.K.C.P., and by him had issue, 
The eldest surviving son, 



EDWARD BLIGH, of Brittas, J.P. and D.L., . . , 

Sophia, dau. of Charles Eversfield, of Denne Park, Sussex and d 



b. 1779 ; . 

, . se, o enne ar 

ii April, 1872, having had issue a son and a dau., 

FREDERICK CHERBURGH, of Brittas. 

Theodosia m 1850, her cousin. Edward Tredcroft. of Horsham 

Sussex, and had issue. 
The only son, 

FREDERICK CHERBURGH BLIGH, of Brittas, J.P. co. Meath Mai 
4ist Re.|t., 6. 23 April, 1829; - 14 Sept. 1858, Emily Matilda, 
dau. of Hmton East, and d. 30 Nov. 1901, having by her had issue 

1. .FREDERICK ARTHUR, now of Brittas. 

1. Eva Sophia. 2. Ada Theodosia. 3. Eldina Mary. 

Arms Az. a griffin segreant or armed and langued gu. between 
three crescents arg. Crest A griffin's head erased or. Motto 
Finem respice. 

Seat Brittas, Nobber, co. Meath. 



BLOOD, LATE OF CBANAGHEB. 

GEN. SIR 
BINDON BLOOD, 
G.C.B., lately 
of Cranagher, co. 
Clare, commanded 
the Forces in the 
Punjab from 1901 
to 1906, b. 7 Nov. 
1842 ; m. 12 July, 
1883, Charlott e 
Elizabeth, dau. of 
Sir Auckland 
Colvin, K.C.S.I., 
&c., and has had 
issue, 

1. Bindon Auckland 

William, b. April, d. 

May, 1888. 

1. Mary Meta, b. July, 
1884; d. i May, 1898. 

2. Charlotte Carissima, 




m. 14 Sept. 1910, Capt. Richard Hugh Royds Brocklebank, gth 

Queen's Royal Lancers. 
Sir Bindon served in the Jowaki Exped. 1877, in 
the Zulu War 1879, in the Afghan War 1879-80, in 
the Egyptian Exped. 1882, in Chitral 1895, m 
command of Malakand and Buner Field Forces 
1897-98, and in the S. African War 1901. 

Lineage. EDMUND BLOOD, of Kilnaboy Castle and Boher- 
sallagh, co. Clare, an officer in the Army, went to Ireland about 
1595. He was M.P. for Ennis 1613. He left issue, 

1. NEPTUNE, of whom presently. 2. Edmund. 

3. Thomas, who left issue, a son, Col. Thomas Blood, of Sarney, 
co. Meath, who attempted to carry off the Crown jewels. His 
estate in Ireland was forfeited, but he had a pardon and pen- 
sion from the king, dated 8 Aug. 1671. He m. i June, 1650, Mary, 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. John Holcroft, of Holcroft, co. Lancaster. 
He d. 24 Aug. 1680 1 leaving issue, 

1. Thomas, bapt. 30 March, 1651 ; m. Miss Delafaye or Dela- 
haye, and d.v.p., leaving a son, 

Edmund, Capt. in the Army, of Albany, North America, 
where he was living with his wife and family in 1734. 

2. William, d.s.p. 

3. Holcroft, Major-Gen., Clerk of the Crown and Peace co. 
Clare 1676, served in the fleet during war with Holland 1672- 
3 ; afterwards cadet in Louis XIV's Guards, Capt. of Pioneers 
in JAMES II 's Army, present at Athlone and Limerick, wounded 
at the siege of Cavan, distinguished himself as chief engineer 
at the siege of Venloo, commanded Artillery at Blenheim 
and Ramilies under Marlborough, d. 30 Aug. 1707, aged 50 ; 
rn. Elizabeth (will dated 8 Feb. 1721-2, pr. in London 23 Dec. 
1725). 

4. Edmund, Purser of H.M.S. " Jersey," d. 1679. 

5. Charles. 

1. Mary, . Corbett. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Edward Everard. 

4. William, of Dunboyne, co. Meatb ; m. Margery Row, and left 
issue. 

The eldest son, 

REV. NEPTUNE BLOOD, D.D., b. about 1595 (so called because he 
was born at sea), ordained Priest 18 March, 1622-3, Dean of 
Kilfenora and Prebendary of Rath 27 Jan. 1663, J.P., and Vicar- 
Gen, of the diocese of Kilfenora, 27 April, 1676. He is said to 
have m. three times. One of his wives was Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of Higgat Lone, Dean of Kilfenora. He left issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Edmond, from whom the BLOODS of Brickhill, co. Clare, 
are descended. 

3. Peregrine, of Knocknareeha, co. Clare, Commissioner for 
collecting poll tax 1695. 

4. Neptune (Rev.), Dean of Kilfenora, 8 Dec. 1692 ; m. Isabella, 
dau. of Samuel Pullein, Archbishop of Tuam, and d. 30 March, 
1716, leaving issue. 

1. Samuel, m. 170?, Laura, dau. of Rev. Richard Verling, of 
Glannamor, co. Cork, and left a son, 

William, of Ennis, an Officer in the Revenue. 

2. George, who left issue. 3. Vesey. 

5. Henry. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BLOOD, of Bohersallagh, co. Clare, m. a dau. of Davis, 
and by her had issue, six sons and one dau., 

1. Neptune, of Bohersallagh, co. Clare, m. Alice Scott, but d.s.p. 
25 Nov. 1744. 2. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

3. Matthew, of Cragaunboy, ancestor of BLOOD of Ballykilty 
(see that family). 4. Edmund, who left issue. 

5. Mark, d. 24 Dec. 1751, leaving issue from whom descend the 
BLOODS, of Ballysheen, co. Clare, and of Huntley Court, co. 
Gloucester. 

6. William, from whom the BLOODS, of Fantore, co. Clare, now * 
extinct. 

1. Deborah, m. Edmund Blood. 
The second son, l/cd. 



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Blood. 



THOMAS BLOOD, of Cahirnemoher and Bohersallagh, co. Clare, 
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. John Greene, of Old Abbey, coi 
Limerick, by Catherine his wife, dau. and coheir of Capt. Anthony 
Horsey, of Kilcroney, co. Kilkenny. He d. 12 July, 1730, having 
had issue, 

1. Thomas, d. unm. July, 1741. 2. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

3. Anthony, d.s.p. 4. Edmund, d.s.p.m. 

i. Anne. m. William Adams, of Ballygriffin, co. Clare. 
The second son, 

WILLIAM BLOOD, of Roxton, co. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff, 1750 ; 
m. 1747, Ann, dau. of William Chadwick, of Ballinard, co. Tipperaty. 
He d. 1791, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. Thomas, from whom descend the BLOODS of Essex. 

3. Neptune, of Applevale, co. Clare, Ensign 6ist Regt., m. 
Marianne, dau. of Thomas Davies, of Newcastle, co. Galway. 
She d. i Nov. 1837. He d. g Oct. 1797, aged 45, leaving issue. 
From him descended the BLOODS of Applevale. 

4. Michael, of Baskin Hill, co. Dublin, J.P., d. 18 Oct. 1812, aged 
56, leaving issue by his second wife, Cecilia Compton, a dau. 
Frances, m. James Tymons, of Baskin Hill, co. Dublin. 

5. Frederick (Rev.), Rector of Kilnaboy, and Vicar of Kilkeedy, 
Prebendary of Dysert, co. Clare, m. Susan Powell. 

6. Richard, of Bannvale, co. Down, m. Jane Maria, dau. oi Capl. 
Thomas Shaw of the Lurgan Yeom., and left issue, 

1. Frederick, of Hermitage, co. Dublin, Lieut. R.N., m. Sarah 
Mary Morris, of Lurgan, but d.s.p. 

2. Randal, d. unm. 3. Thomas, d. unm. 4. Michael, d. unm. 

5. Clements, Maj.-Gen. Bombay Artillery, served with distinc- 
tion in Afghanistan and Punjab, d. unm. 

6. Richard, of Dromoher, co. Clare, Maj.-Gen. Bombay N.I., 
d. unm. 8 July, 1877. 

1 1 Frances Anne, m. Lieut. Charles North, 5oth Regt., and d. 
1884, aged 93. 
2. Jane. 

1. Jane, m. Edward William Burton, of Clifden, co. Clare, High 

Sheriff 1799, an< i had issue. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BLOOD, of Roxton, co. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff 1774, 
Col. of the Ennis Volunteers, m. 1.772, Elizabeth, dau of Nicholas 
Bindon, by Elizabeth, his second wife, dau. of Patrick French, of 
Mpnival, and d. 5 Nov. 1784, aged 35, having had issue, with a dau. 
Nicola, an only son, 

BINDON BLOOD, of Cranagher, co. Clare, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1819, b. 17 March, 1775 ; m. ist, his cousin Anne, dau. of 
Edward William Burton, of Clifden, co. Clare, and Jane his wife 
(see above), and by her had issue, 

1. Elizabeth, d. unm. 2. Jane, d. unm. 

3. Anne, m. George Stoney, of Oakley Park, King's Co., and had 
issue. 

4. Mary, m. 14 May, 1832, Aylward O'Conor, of Miltown, co. 
t Roscommon, and had issue (see O'CONNOR (or O'CONOR) of 

Rathmew). 

5. Fanny, m. William Hamilton, M.D., and d.s.p. 

6. Nicola, d. unm. 

He m. 2ndly, by licence, 27 Dec. 1809, Harriet, dau. of Christopher 
Bagot, of Nurney, co. Kildare, and by her had issue, 

1. William, d.s.p. 2. Bindon, d. young. 

3. Bagot, d. young. 4. WILLIAM BINDON, of whom presently. 

7. Katherine, m. Charles M. Bagot, Barrister-at-Law. 

Hew. 3rdly, Maria, dau. of Hinckley, of Tenterden, Kent, and 
by her 'had issue, 

5. Bindon, of Dublin, d.s.p. 22 Jan. 1859. 

6. Bagot, of Rockforest, co. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff 1883, 
b. 1845, m. Katherine Florence, dau. of Maj. Chanes Washington 
Studdert, of Cragmoher, co. Clare, and d. 11 Feb. 1897, leaving 
issue, 

1. Bindon, Capt. 8th Cavalry I. A., served in S. African War 
1901 ; b. 30 Dec. 1881. 

2. Charles Newman, b. 10 June, 1887. 

i. Katherine Nicola, b. 5 Oct. 1883 ; m. Major Francis 
Hyslop, King's Regt. 

8. Mary Anne, m. Hugh Baker Stoney, M.B., of Abbeyleix, 
and had issue (see BUTLER-STONEY of Portland Park). 

9. Frances, d.s.p. 10. Maria, d.s.p. 
Mr. Bindon Blood d. 27 Jan. 1855. His 4th son, 

WILLIAM BINDON BLOOD, of Cranagher, J.P., b. 20 Jan. 1817 ; m. 
ist, Margaret, dau. of Robert Stewart, of Hawthornside, co. Rox- 
burgh, and by her had issue, 

1. BINDON (Sir), lately of Cranagher. 

2. Bagot William, M.Inst.C.E., Lieut.-Col. 2nd Batt. Bombay, | 
Baroda and Central India Vol. Rifles, late Chief Eng. Rajputana 
Malwa Railway (Albert House, Dalkey), b. 6 Nov. 1844 ; d.^eb. 
1910 ; m. 18 March, 1874, Mary Jane, dau. of Col. Thomas Biggs, ] 
Royal Bombay Art., of Alburys, Wrington, Somerset, and has i 
issue, 

1. William Bindon, b. 1876, d. 1884. 

2. Bagot Neptune, b. 12 May, 1882. 

3. Robert Stewart, b. 1887, d. 1888. 

1. Katherine May, b. 1875. 

2. Meta Ethel, 6.1879,^.1881. 

3. Charlotte Nicola, b. 1886. 

4. Hariott Eleanor, b. 1896. 

3. Robert, M.D., Col. R.A.M.C., P.M.O. Vllth Division (Prim- 
rose Hill, Kingstown, near Dublin), b. 10 March, 1847 ; m. 9 Oct. 
1879, Catherine Sarah, dau. of the late William Barker Drury, 
of Boden Park, co. Dublin. 

1. Margaret, m. her cousin, Aylward Owen Blood O'Conor, 
LL.D., who d. 12 Oct. 1911, leaving issue (see O'CONNOR (or i 
O'CONOR) of Rathmew). 



He m. 2ndly, 1855, Maria Augusta, dau. of Robert Henry Persse, 

of Castle Boy, co. Galway (see PERSSE of Roxborough). She d 

23 Jan. 1860, leaving issue, 

4. William Persse, Col. D.A.A.G., War Office, formerly Maj. 
Royal Irish Fus., D.A.A.G., 2nd Army Corps, Salisbury, B.A. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin, served in Egypt Exped. 1882, Black Mountain 
Exped. 1888, and in Mohmund and Tirah Campaigns 1897, 
b. 26 Feb. 1857; m. 23 Jan. 1888, Marienne Frances, dau. of 
Capt. James William Robarts, gth Lancers, of Belmore Hall. 
Kent, and has issue, 

r. William Edmund Robarts, b. 19 Feb. 1897. 
r. Wilhelmina Augusta, b. 11 April, 1890. 
2. Vera Hermione May, b. 20 Feb. 1893. 

Mr. William Bindon Blood d. 31 Jan. 1894, and was s. by his eldest 

son. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th Arg. afesse indented gu. between 

six martlets sa. (BLOOD) 2nd and 3rd gu. three escallops arg. within 

a bordure engrailed or (BINDON). Crest Issuant from waves of 

the sea a demi figure of Neptune all ppr. Motto Honor virtutis 

praemium. 

Residence 183, St. James's Court, S.W. Clubs Naval and 

Military and the Marlborough. 



BLOOD OF BALLYKILTY. 

JOHN BLOOD, 
of Ballykilty, co, 
Clare, b. 9 June, 
1849 ; m. ist, 
7 March, 1878, 
Jane, dau. of 
Thomas Stud- 
dert, of Bally- 
hannan, co. Clare, 
and by her (who 
d. 16 Jan. 1902) 
has issue, 

1. CHARLES FITZ- 
GERALD, b. 2 April, 
1879- 

2. John Frederick, 
b. 10 Nov. 1880 ; d. 
18 Dec. 1893. 

3. William Holcroft, 
b. 29 May, 1887, 
Lieut. Q.O.C. of 
Guides. 

He m. 2ndly, 

21 Oct. 1908, the 

Hon. Geraldine Mary, eldest dau: of Edward 

Donough, 1 4th Baron Inchiquin, and widow of 

(see BURKE'S Peerage) Thomas George Stacpoole- 

Mahon, of Corbally, co. Clare (see that family). 

Lineage. MATTHEW BLOOD, of Cragaunboy, co. Clare, 
3rd son of THOMAS BLOOD, eldest son of the Rev. NEPTUNE 
BLOOD (see BLOOD, of Cranagher), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry 
Lucas, and d. 29 Sept. 1760, aged 84, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. George, d.s.p. 

3. Matthew, of Cragaunboy, co. Clare, m. Caroline, dau. of Andrew 
Roe, of Grantstown and Roe's Green, co. Tipperary. She d. 1805. 
He d. Aug. 1794, leaving issue, from whom the BLOODS of Dublin 
are descended. 

1. Abigail, m. Joseph Adams, Attorney-at-Law. 

2. Hannah, m. ist, John Constantine, and 2ndly, John Brampton 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLOOD, of Castle Fergus and Ballykilty, co. Clare, m. Mary, 
dau. of Charles FitzGerald, of Shepperton, co. Clare. Hed. 16 Jan. 
1799, aged 78, leaving issue, 

1. Matthew, of Castle Fergus, Ensign 22nd Foot, Lieut. 57th 
Regt., J.P., co. Clare ; m. 6 Feb. 1784, Dorothea Julia, dau. of the 
Rev. Jacques Ingram, and niece of Dr. Smyth, Archbishop of 
Dublin. He d. 20 Aug. 1820, and was ancestor of the BLOOD- 
SMYTHS of Castle Fergus. 

2. NEPTUNE, of whom presently. 

1. Hannah, m. George Studdert, of Kilkishen, co Clare. 

2. Jane, m. John Singleton, of Ballygoreen, co. Clare. 

3. Alice, m. Rob9rt Young, of co. Tipperary. 
The 2nd son, 

NEPTUNE BLOOD, of Ballykilty, co. Clare, Capt. Clare Militia, 
formerly 6znd Foot, m. (licence bond dated 18 May, 1798) Anne, 
dau. of Joseph Anthony, of Seafield, co. Waterford. He d. 29 May, 
1815, leaving issue, 

1. John, of Ballykilty, co. Clare, J.P., b. 4 Oct. 1803 ; d. unm. 
4 April, 1861. 

2. Joseph Mark Anthony, of Ballykilt 1 ,'. Surgeon, b. 19 June, 
1806 ; d. unm. 13 Oct. 1838. 

3. FITZGERALD, of whom we treat. 

1. Alicia, bapt. 17 March 1805 ; m. 15 Oct. 1824, Francis John 
Castles, Surgeon, and had issue. 

2. Jane, b. 13 July, 1810 ; m. 27 March, 1827, Thomas Jacob, of 
Thornbury, Queen's Co., Crown Solicitor for that co., and d. 21 
March, 1880. He d. 17 July, 1865, leaving issue. 




Bloomfield. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



3. Kitty, b. 14 March, 1812 ; m. Capt. Thomas Blood, 6th Regt., 
of Fantore, co. Clare, who served in the Peninsular War (medal 
with nine clasps). She d. May 1872. He d.s.p. 30 Dec. 1856. 
The 3rd son, 

FITZGERALD BLOOD, of Ballykilty, J.P. co. Clare, b. about 1815 ; 
m. 5 Jan. 1848, Millicent Anne, dau. of Francis Morice, of Spring- 
field, co. Clare, by Maria his wife, dau. of Capt. William Spaight, 
of Corbally, co. Clare. She d. 27 Jan. 1888. He d. 25 May, 1864, 
leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, now of Ballykilty. 

2. Joseph Fitzgerald, of 8, Lome Road, Birkenhead, co. Chester, 
Surgeon-Maj. (ret.) 8th Bengal Cavalry, M.A., M.D. of Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, served in Afghan War 1878-9, b. 15 March, 1853 ; m. 20 
July, 1887, Eliza, dau. of Henry James Dudgeon, J.P., of the 
Priory, Blackrock, co. Dublin, and has issue, 

1. Brian, educated at Winchester, B.A. New College, Oxford, 
b. i July, 1889. 

2. Morice, Cadet Royal Naval College, Osborne 1910, b. 30 April, 
1897- 

1. Olive MiUicent, b. n April, 1892. 

2. Barbara Florence, b. 14 April, 1894. 

3. Francis, bapt. 28 May, 1854 ; d. 13 May, 1865. 

4. Neptune Fitzgerald, of Vrede, Orange Free State, S. Africa, 
B.A., M.D. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 16 July, 1856 ; m. 19 Feb. 1884, 
Rebecca Sarah, dau. of Capt. Augustus Hartford, sgth Regt., of 
Rose Court, Portarlington, Queen's Co. Shed. 26 July, 1898. He 
d.s.p. 6 Feb. 1902. 

5. Charles Holcroft, of Willow Bank, Limerick, late of Johannes- 
burg, Transvaal, S. Africa, M.A., M.D. Trin. Coll. Dublin, late 
Civil Surgeon with Natal Field Force in S. African War 1900-2 i 
(Queen's and King's medals and clasps), b. 29 Dec. 1858; m. 
26 Feb. 1908, Agnes, dau. of the Very Rev. James Hastings 
Allen, Dean of Killaloe. 

6. Frederick William, of Johannesburg, S. Africa, b. i June, 
1860 ; m. 27 Oct. 1892, Alice, dau. of Frederick Randolph Hohne, 
sometime Sec. of State of the Orange Free State, d.s.p. at Johannes- 
burg, 28 March, 1910. 

1. Maria Ann, b. 13 July, 1851 ; m. 14 Jan. 1874, Edmund Maghlin 
Russell, of Milford, co. Limerick, and has issue. 

2. MiUicent Amelia Charlotte, b. 18 Sept. 1862 ; m. 15 Nov. 1882, | 
Capt. Harry Gordon Fellowes- Gordon, J.P. and D.L., 3rd Batt. 
Gordon Highlanders, late 76th Regt., of Knockespoch, co. Aber- 
deen, eldest son of Rear-Admiral William Abdy Fellowes-Gordon, 
of Knockespoch, Aberdeen, and has issue. 

Arms Arg. on a fess indented gu. between six martlets sa. two 
crescents or. Crest Issuant from waves of the sea a derm-figure of 
Neptune all ppr. Motto Honor virtutis praemium. 

Seat Ballykilty, co. Clare. 



BLOOMFIELD OF CASTLE CALDWELL. 

MEYNELL CALDWELL EGERTON RODNEY BLOOM- 
FIELD, of Castle Caldwell, co, Fermanagh, &. 1882, 
s< his grandfather 1897. 

Lineage. BENJAMIN BLOOMFIELD, or BLUMFIELD, of Eyre 
Court, co. Galway, made his will 17 July, 1737, which was proved 
13 Jan. following. By Dorothy his wife he left four sons and two 
daus., 

1. JOHN, of whom hereafter. 

2. Joseph, b. 1710, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 14 Oct. 1726, aged 
1 6 years, B.A. 1731. 

3. Benjamin of Meelick, co. Galway, whose son, 

John, of Newport, co. Tipperary, m. Charlotte, dau. of Samuel 
Waller, and sister of Sir Robert Waller, ist bart. of Newport, 
by whom (who d. i Feb. 1828) he had issue, 

(i) BENJAMIN, ist Lord Bloomfield, G.C.B., G.C.H., b. 13 
April, 1762 ; m. 7 Sept. 1797, Harriott, dau. of John Douglas, 
of Grantham, co. Lincoln. She d. 12 Sept. 1868. He d. 
15 Aug. 1846, leaving issue, 

i. John Arthur Douglas, 2nd and last Baron Bloomfield, 
G.C.B., P.C., 6. 12 Nov. 1802 ; m. 4 Sept. 1845, Hon. 
Georgiana Liddell, dau. of Thomas, ist Lord Ravensworth. 
He d.s.p. 17 Aug. 1879. 

1. Harriott Anne, m. 5 June, 1833, Col. Thomas Henry 
Kingscote, of Kingscote. He d. ig Dec. 1861. leaving 
issue (see thai family). She d. 31 July, 1901. 

2. Georgiana Mary Emilia, m. 22 Oct. 1836, Henry Trench, 
of Cangort. He d. 7 March, 1881. She d. 13 Jan. 1893, 
leaving issue (see that family). 

(1) Anne, m. Thomas Ryder Pepper, of Loughton, co. Tip- 
perary. She d.s.p. April, 1841. 

(2) Charlotte,>n. 19 March, 1800, Very Rev. Thomas Bunbury 
Gough, Dean of Derry. She d. 14 Feb. 1862. He d. 8 May, 
1860. 

4. Richard. 

1. Dorothy. 2. Anne. 

Benjamin Bloomfield d. 1737. His eldest son, 

JOHN BLOOMFIELD, of Redwood, co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 
I 753. d. 7 March, 1771, having m. by licence, dated 28 Feb 1742 
Jane, dau. of Brig.-Gen. George Jocelyn, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. George, m. by licence, dated 5 Dec. 1789, Elizabeth Bay ley of 
Dublin, and d.s.p. 

3. Jocelyn, d. intestate and s.p. ; administration 17 Aug. 1791. 

4. Robert. 

1. Dorothea, m. 20 Aug. 1775, George, 2nd Earl of Belvedere. 

2. Jane. 



3. Frances, m. July, 1779, Gustavus Rochfort-Hume, of Rochfort, 

M.P. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BLOOMFIELD, of Redwood, m. Jane, dau. of Sir John 
Colpoys, and had issue, 

JOHN COLPOYS, his successor. 

Dorothea, m. by licence, dated 9 March, 1798, Thomas Hunt, of 

Dublin, merchant. 
The son, 

JOHN COLPOYS BLOOMFIELD, of Redwood, High Sheriff co. 
Fermanagh 1825, b. 1788 ; m. 11 June, 1817, Frances Arabella, 
eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir John Caldwell, 6th bart. of Castle 
Caldwell, and by her (who d. 1872) had issue, 

1. JOHN CALDWELL, of Castle Caldwell. 

2. Fitz -Maurice Gustavus, of New Park, Waterford, J.P. co. 
Waterford, formerly Capt. Bengal Artillery, b. 13 Feb. 1824 ; m. 
21 June, 1848, Henrietta Sophia (d. 19 Feb. 1906), dau. of John 
Commerell, of Stroode Park, Sussex, and d. 1894, leaving issue, 

1. Fitz-Maurice Edmund, b. 1859 ; d. 15 Feb. 1871. 

2. Godfrey Herbert, of New Park, co. Waterford, b. 5 March, 
1865 ; m. 16 Sept. 1896, Emmeline Louisa, dau. of Sir John 
Arnott, Bart, (see BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage), and has 
issue, 

(1) Fitzmaurice John Commerell, b. 1897. 

(2) Gustavus Herbert William, b. 2 March, 1899. 
(i) Kathleen Lily lyes, 6. 21 March, 1901. 

1. Sophia Arabella Edith, m. 2 Feb. 1870, William Capel, Major 
82nd Regt., of The Grove, Stroud, co. Gloucester, and has issue. 

2. Kathleen Mary. 

3. Charlotte Dorothea, m. 31 Aug. 1876, Joseph Mills, late 
Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards. 

4. Alice Eliza Helen, m. ist, 2 June, 1874, Frederick 
Malcolmson, and by him has issue. She m. audly, 26 Feb. 
1880, Andrew Caldecott Caldwell, eldest son of Edward 
Caldecott Caldwell, 3rd Dragoon Guards. 

5. Henrietta Julia, m. 23 April, 1883, Lieut.-Col. Walter Lindsay, 
late Rifle Brigade, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, CRAW- 
FORD, E.). 

6. Ethel Adelaide. 

3. Godfrey Colpoys, Major in the Army, b. b April, 1826 ; m. ist, 
18 Oct. 1855, Juliana, dau. of Robert Lane, of Ryelands, co. 
Hereford ; and 2ndly, 8 May, 1862, Ellen, dau. of Thomas 
Charles Bridges, of The Lodge, Ludlow, and by her (who d. 29 
Jan. iqoi) has one son and two daus. 

4. Alleyne FitzHerbert Fen ton, Lieut.-Col. Indian Aimy 
(Retired), b. 1832 ; m. 2 Sept. 1864, Eleanor Loftus, dau. of 
Nicholas Loftus Tottenham, of Glenfarne Hall, co. Fermanagh, 
and has issue, 

1. FitzHerbert Wheatly, b. 31 Oct. 1870. 

2. Jocelyn, b. 14 March, 1877; d. 18 Oct. 1880. 
i. Constance Caldwell. 2. Evelyn Eleanor. 

1. Frances, m. 1839, John Minchin Walcott. 
Mr. Bloomfield d. Jan. 1881. His eldest son, 

JOHN CALDWELL BLOOMFIELD, of Castle Caldwell, co. Fermanagh, 
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1874, b. 5 Feb. 1823 ; m. ist, 1846, 
Elizabeth, elder dau. of William d'Arcy (Irvine) d'Arcy, of Necarn 
Castle, co. Fermanagh, and by her (who d. 10 March, 1874) had issue, 

Benjamin Francis Meynell, J.P., Capt. Fermanagh Militia, b. 

1850 ; m. 12 Jan. 1875, Lydia Frances, dau. of Sir William Henry 

Marsham Style, Bart. He d.v.p. 26 Nov. 1886. She d. 23 June, 

1900, leaving issue, 

i. MEYNELL CALDWELL EGERTON RODNEY, now of Castle 
Caldwell. 

1. Marian Blanche, m. 3 June, 1903, Rev. Benjamin T. du 
Boe, eldest son of the late J. N. du Boe, of Riverstown, co. 
Kildare. 

2. Grace Maria Louisa ; m. 6 Dec. 1898, Arthur Francis Forster, 
eldest son of William Stewart Forster, of Rumwood, Maidstone. 

Blanche Caldwell, m. 30 June, 1879, R CV - Canon Charles Thornton 
Primrose Grierson, son of George A. Grierson, of Rathfarnham 
H ouse, co. Dublin, and has issue. 



Mr. Bloomfield m. 2ndly, 12 Aug. 1875, Adelaide Hannah Frances, 
dau. of Sir Josiah Hort, 2nd bart. He d. 
by his grandson. 



27 Feb. 1897, and was s. 
Seat Castle Caldwell, Belleek, co. Fermanagh. 



LYNCH-BLOSSE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, LYNCH- 
BLOSSE, Bart. 



BOLTON OF MOUNT BOLTON. 

CHARLES PERCEVAL BOLTON, of Mount Bolton, 
co. Waterford, J.P., High Sheriff 1893,6, 18 Sept. 
1849 ; 5. his father 1884. 

Lineage The founder of this family in Ireland was 
CAPT. WILLIAM BOLTON, an officer of Dragoons in the Protector's 
Army, who stormed and took Fatlock Castle, Oct. 1649, and 
obtained a large grant of land in the co. of Waterford in 1667. 
He held the office of Mayor of Waterford in 1662. By Abigail 
his wife, dau. of Col. Prittie, he had several children ; from 
the eldest son, Cornelius, Capt. in Col. Collingwood's Regt., 

i descends WILLIAM EDWARD BOLTON, an officer in i8th Hussars. 

! Capt. William Bol ton's brother, 



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Bolton. 



THOMAS BOLTON, appointed to a company in Col. Fleetwood's 
Regt. 1652, Mayor of Waterford in 1671, d. 1682, leaving issue, 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BOLTON, b. 1654, was appointed Recorder of Waterford 
in place of Sir R. Stephens, 13 Jan. 1682. His son, 

WILLIAM BOLTON, of Fatlock Castle, Capt. in Col. Edward May's 
troop of Dragoons, was left by will, dated 22 May, 1718, heir to the 
extensive estates of his cousin, Charles Bolton, brother of the Very 
Rev. Hugh Bolton, Dean of Waterford. He d. 12 March, 1750, 
leaving (with two daus, Mary, m. R. Lymbery, of Killcopp House, 
co. Waterford, and Eleanor, d. unm. in 1783) a son, 

JOHN BOLTON, first of Fatlock Castle, and afterwards of Mount 
Bolton, m. 5 Dec. 1745, Anne Snow, of Snowhaven, co. Kilkenny, 
and d. 25 April, 1792, having had issue, 

1. CHARLES, his heir. 

2. Robert (Sir), Lieut.-Gen. G.C.H., of Swerford Park, Oxford 
shire, Aide-de-Camp to GEORGE III., and Equerry to GEORGE IV. 
He d. 15 March, 1836. 

1. Hannah, m. 21 May, 1772, Maunsell Bowers, of Mount Prospect, 
co. Kilkenny, and had issue, three sons and six daus. 
The son and heir, 

CHARLES BOLTON, bapt. 18 April, 1759 > m - ist, Jane, dau. of the 
Ven. John Doyle, M.A., Archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, and sister of 
Lieut.-Gen. Doyle, of Waterford, by whom he had one son, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

Mr. Bolton m. andly, EUen, eldest dau. of Harry Wallis, of Drishane 
Castle, co. Cork, and by her had issue, 

2. Henry, A.M., Vicar of Dysart, Enos, and Kilteale, Queen's 
Co., b. 8 April, 1787 ; m. 19 Dec. 1814, Frances, and dau. of Sir 
Simon Newport, Knt., by Jane his wife, younger dau. of the 
Ven. Archdeacon Alcock ; and d, 8 Nov. 1854, having by her (who 
d. 14 Dec. 1880) had issue, 

1. CHARLES NEWPORT, of Brook Lodge, co. Waterford, s. his 
cousin at Mount Bolton, 1878. 

2. Robert Wallis, b. 2 May, 1819 ; d. 25 Feb. 1820. 

i. Jane Wallis, m. 13 Oct. 1853, Robert Carew Anderson, M.D., 
Surgeon-Major, Dep.-Insp.-Gen., late of the i3th Hussars, 3rd 
son of the Rev. Joshua Anderson, Rector and Vicar of Myshall, 
co. Carlow. He left issue, five sons and two daus. 
1. Elizabeth, m. 1823, Sir Simon Newport, Knt. of Waterford, 
but d.s.p. i Dec. 1844. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BOLTON, of Mount Bolton, b. 1783 ; m. Eliza, 2nd dau. of 
Maunsell Bowers, and dying in 1807, aged 24, was s. by his son, 

JOHN BOLTON, of Mount Bolton, Major 7th Dragoon Guards, 
b. 1807 ; d. suddenly in London, 1841, and was s. by his sister, 

JANE BOLTON, of Mount Bolton, who d. unm. 16 June, 1878, and 
was s. by her cousin, 

CHARLES NEWPORT BOLTON, of Mount Bolton, b. 15 March, 
1816 ; m. 4 Feb. 1845, Anne, eldest dau. of the Rev. Joshua Ander- 
son, M.A. (Rector of Myshall, co. Carlow), of Grace Dieu, co. 
Waterford, by Anne his wife, eldest dau. of Capt. William Perceval, 
and by her (who d. i Sept. 1884) had issue, 

1. HENRY ANDERSON, 6. 7 March, 1848 ; m. 29 Sept. 1880. 

2. CHARLES PERCEVAL, s. his father in the Mount Bolton propertv 
under the will of Miss Jane Bolton. 

1. Anne Frances Ellen. 
Mr. Bolton d. 25 April, 1884. 

Seat Mount Bolton, co. Waterford. Residence Brook Lodge, 
Halfway House, Waterford. 



BOLTON OF CASTLE RING. 
JOHN MARSHALL 
BOLTON, of Castle 
Ring, co. Louth, and 
Donaghmoyne, co. 

Monaghan, J.P. for 
both cos., High Sheriff 
for the latter 1894, 
B.A., Trin. : Coll. Dublin, 
b. Feb. 1858 ; m. 12 Dec. 
1895, Florinda Julia, 
eldest dau. of the late 
Rev. James Robert 
ffolliott, M.A., Rector 
of Moira, cp. Down, by 
Julia his wife, of 
Tierernane, Strand, and 
Upper Ballylehane, 
Queen's Co., dau. 
of Charles Warner 
Hovenden, of Bally- 
lehane (see FFOLLIOTT of Tierernane). 

Lineage. The pedigree of this family is registered in 
Ulster's Office, Dublin. 

JOHN BOLTON, of Great Fenton, in Staffordshire, son of ROGER 
BOLTON, descended from the family of BOLTON of Bolton, Lancashire, 
m. Margaret, dau. of Richard Ashe, of Ashe, Staffordshire, and 
by her, who d. in Dublin n Oct. 1620, had a son, 

SIR RICHARD BOLTON, Knt., of Courtduff, LORD CHANCELLOR 
OF IRELAND, m. ist, Frances, dau. of Richard Walter, of Stafford, 
and by her had issue, 




1. Edward (Sir), Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, from whom 
descended the BOLTONS of Bective Abbey, co. Meath. 

2. Richard. 3. John. 
4. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

1. Anne, m. Arthur Hill, M.P. of Hillsborough, and had issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, DOWNSHIRE, M.). 

2. Mary, m. ist, Patrick Nangle, of Navan, and 2ndly, Edward 
Bermingham. 

He m. 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of Sir Patrick Barnewall, Kt. of Turvey. 
He made his will 1634. The fourth son, 

THOMAS BOLTON, of Knock, co, Louth, m. Alice, dau. of Knilton, 
and by her had issue a son, 

NICHOLAS BOLTON, of Knock, co.' Louth, m. Anne, dau. of 
Anthony Buckworth, of Dromore, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Ed- 
ward Bermingham, of Ballagh, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, ancestor of BOLTON of Tullydonnell . 

2. ANTHONY, of whom presently. 

3. Theophilus (Most Rev.), D.D' P.C., Archbishop of Cashel, 
d.s.p. 31 Jan. 1744 will dated 27 July, 1743. 

The second son, 

ANTHONY BOLTON, of Grange, co. Louth, m. Martha, dau. of 
Sheldon, and d. before 1754, leaving a son, 

CHARLES BOLTON, of Castle Ring, cp. Louth, m. setts, dated 
26 Nov. 1771, his cousin Sidney, dau. of Richard Bolton, of Dromiskin 
and d. Aug. 1805, having by her had issue, a son, 

RICHARD BOLTON, of Castle Ring, co. Louth, 6. 20 Aug. 1772 ; 
m. 18 Feb. 1808, Marianne, only dau. of Gibbons Ruxton, of Black- 
castle, co. Meath, and Ardee, co. Louth, and widow of W. Young, 
and d. 1850, having had issue, 

1. Charles, Maj., of Ulimbah, Newcastle, N.S.W. b. 24 Nov. 
1808 ; d. 1894, leaving a dau., 

Sidney Elizabeth, m. ist, Geary, and 2ndly, Ven. Archdeacon 
Bode. 

2. John, b. 27 Dec. 1809 ; d. Aug. 1900. 

3. RICHARD, of whom presently. 
The third son, 

RICHARD BOLTON, of Castle Ring, co. Louth, and Donaghmoyne, 
co. Monaghan, J.P., b. 21 Feb. 1811 ; m. 20 Jan. 1853, Mary 
Sophia Ward, dau. of Rev. Cornelius Marshall (see MARSHALL of 
Baronne Court), and d. 1872, having had issue, 

1. JOHN MARSHALL, now of Castle Ring. 

2. Archer Clive, Maj. Northants regt., b. 24 June, 1859. 

3. Richard, b. 1861, m. Clare, dau. of Barret, and d.s.p. 1893. 
1. Anna Sophia, m. 22 June, 1876, Richard Baillie Henry, of 
Rathneston, co. Louth, and has issue 

2 Sidney, d. unm. 
8. Margaret Cornelia. 

4. Elizabeth Gason Ruxton, m. Rev. Hugh Massy. 

5. Josephine Florinda, m. n Sept. 1889, Rev. Charles Francis 
Bosvile Tottenham, and has issue (see TOTTENHAM of Bally- 
curry). 

Arms Or on a chevron gu. three lions couchant of the field. 
Crest A hawk ppr. belled or. 

Seats Castle Ring, co. Louth, and Donaghmoyne, Carrick- 
macrosi, co. Monaghan. 

BOLTON OF THE ISLAND. 

WILLIAM BOLTON, of The Island, co. Wexford, 
b. 19 Jan. 1850; m. 12 Sept. 1872, Annie Douglas, 
dau. of John Rowe, D.L., of Ballycross, co. Wexford, 
and has issue, 

1. William, b. 17 Aug. 1877. 

1. Eva Susan, m. 5 Jan. 1904, Hon. Hamilton Robert Tilson 
Grogan Fitzmaurice Deane-Morgan, eldest son of Baron Mus- 
kerry. He d. in India 30 July, 1907, leaving issue (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). Shew, zndly, 15 Feb. 1911, Godfrey William 
Edward Massy, of New Court, Bray, co. Wicklow (see MASSY 
of Grantstown Hall). 

2. Anna Margaret, m. 12 Nov. 1902, Frederic Hughes, of 
Bally Cross, Bridgetown, co. Wexford, eldest son of the late 
Sir Frederic Hughes, D.L., of Rosslare Fort, co. Wexford, and 
has issue. 

Lineage. RICHARD BOLTON, of Ballyduff and Cold Harbour, 
son of Richard Bolton, of Ballyduff, co. Wexford, m. Ann Roberts, 
and had issue, 

1. RICHARD, who had two sons, 

1. Richard, father of Robert Bolton. 

2. Edward, father of 

(1) Richard, of Dublin, solicitor. 

(2) Henry, of Ballinastraw, d.s.p. 21 Feb. 1884. 

(3) Edward, of Dublin. (4) John, of Dublin. 
(5) William, of Ballinastraw, Dublin. 

2. John, of The Island, whose will, dated 10 Aug. 1758, was 
proved 10 Nov. following. He d.s.p., and bequeathed The 
Island and a considerable fortune to his brother William. 

3. WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. 4. BENJAMIN. 

5. Abraham, of Ballinvally, co. Wexford, m. Anne Eyres, and 
had a son, 

Henry, of Monamolin, co. Wexford, went to New York 1772 ; 
m. Mary, dau. of Adam Sutton, of Bog and Warren, co. Wexfoid, 
and had a dau., 

Isabella, m. Joaquin Carrion, of Madrid, Councillor of State 

to the King of Spain. 

6. Hugh. 7. Henry, m. and had issue. 
8. Edward. 

1. Elizabeth, m. William Perceval, of Ballytrammon, co. Wex- 
ford. 



Bomford. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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2. Mary. 3. Diana. 

Mr. Bolton d. 1730 ; his will dated 8 Jan. that year was proved 
the I4th of the same month. His 3rd son, 

WILLIAM BOLTON, a Commissioner for taking Affidavits in Wex- 
ford, inherited The Island under the will of his brother John Bolton. 
He m. ist, Grace, 2nd dau. of Demy Cuffe, of Sandhill, co. Carlow, 
and had three sons, 

1. WILLIAM, his successor. 

2. Henry Denny, m. (lie. 20 Aug.) 1776, Anna Maria, elder dau. 
of Jonah Wheeler, of Lyrath, co. Kilkenny, and had issue, 
William, 

3. John. 

He m. 2ndly, Miss Lyndon, and had issue, 

4. Lyndon, of Dublin, m. by licence, dated i Nov. 1793, Jane 
Carpenter, also of Dublin, and had, with four daus., four sons. 

1. Richard. 

2. Lyndon Henry (Rev.), of Carrickmines, co. Dublin, and of 
Burren and Cooleague, co. Cavan, Rector of Drumcondra, co. 
Meath, b. 10 March, 1801 ; m. 26 Jan. 1826, Anna Maria, dau. 
of Walter Bourne, Clerk of the Crown to the Queen's Bench, 
and to the N.E. Circuit, Ireland, and d. 20 Nov. 1869, having 
by her (who d. 14 May, 1886) bad with other issue, 

(1) Lyndon, b. 20 Nov. 1826 ; m. 15 Dec. 1858, Elizabeth 
Henrietta, dau. of Edward Creed, of Ballyclough House, 
co. Cork. She d. 17 Dec. 1893. He d. 4 April, 1900, leaving 
an only son, 

Lyndon, of Burren and Cooleague, co. Cavan, of the Patent 
Office, London (4, Shakespeare Road, Bedford), b. 31 May, 
1860. m, 6 June, 1895, Gertrude Mary, eldest dau. of 
Joseph Hunt, J.P., of Canterbury, and has issue, 
a. Lyndon, b. 25 May, 1899. 

a. Joan Creed, b. 17 April, 1896. 

b. Rachel Gertrude, b. 16 July, 1902. 

c. Elizabeth Georgiana, b. 3 Sept. 1908. 

(2) Richard Knott (Rev.), of Carrickmines, co. Dublin, late 
Rector of Fenny Bentley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, M.A., 
b. i May, 1830 ; m. 17 April, 1856, Josephine Ruth Susannie, 
dau. of Rev. James Taylor, Vicar of St. John's, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, and d. 13 April, 1909, having had issue, 

1. Evelyn Mary, m. 3 Feb. 1881, Edmund Wilson Barnes, 
of Glapwell Hall, Derbyshire, and has issue (see BARNES 
of Ashgate). 

2. Josephine Anna, m. Rev. Ernest Edwin Morris, M.A., 
Vicar of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and has issue, four sons 
and two daus. 

(3) Abraham Irwin, M.D., d. 25 May, 1909. 

3. Abraham, Col. in the Army. 4. William Gordon. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BOLTON, of The Island, was High Sheriff, co. Wexford, 
1789. He m. (licence dated n Oct. 1780) Dorothea, dau. of Sir 
John Blunden, ist bart. of Castle Blunden, and had issue, . 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Philip, of Holly Lodge, Rathmines, co. Dublin, b. 1785 ; 
Major in the Army ; d.s.p. 

3. Overington, d.s.p. 4. John, of Ballynapierce, d. unm 

1. Anne, m. Alexander Tovey, 2oth Regt. ; and d. 1821. 

2. Lucy, m. David Ledwith, M.D. 
8. Dorothea, m. Richard Ledwith. 

The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BOLTON, of The Island, High Sheriff 1816, m. Jane, 
dau. of Joshua Nunn, of St. Margaret's, co. Wexford, and d. 1853, 
leaving a son and heir, 

WILLIAM BOLTON, of The Island, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1856, b. 1815 ; m. 1843, Susan, dau. of Mountiford Westropp, of 
Limerick, and by her (who d. 1886) has issue, 

1. WILLIAM, now of The Island. 

2. Mountiford, d. unm. in S. America. 

1. Jane, m. 15 July, 1869, William Henry West, of Farmley, 

J.P. co. Wexford, and has issue. 

Seat The Island, Kilmuckridge, Gorey, co. Wexford. 

BOMFORD OF OAKLEY PARK. 

GEORGE LYNDON BOMFORD, of Oakley Park, co. 
Meath, J.P., 6. 29 Sept. 1867 ; m. 5 Aug< 1897, 
Helen Maude Mary, dau, of the Rev. Corbould 
Warren, J.P., of Tacolneston Old Hall, Norfolk, 
and has issue, 

1. GEORGE WARREN, b. 25 April, 1900. 

1. Elinor Louise, d. young. 2. Evelyn Maude. 

3. Dorothy. 

Lineage. In 1692, LAURENCE BOMFORD, was living at 
Clonmahon, co. Meath ; he d. 1720, at the advanced age of 103 
having had issue by his wife Eleanor, four sons and four daus 
His eldest son, THOMAS BOMFORD, of Rahinstowu, so, Meath 
Secretary of the Court of Claims, d.s.p. 4 Feb. 1740, and was s. by 
his brother, STEPHEN BOMFORD, of Gallow, co. Meath who m 
Anne Smith, of Violetstown, co. Westmeath, by whom he had 
issue, Thomas ; STEPHEN ; John ; David, ancestor of John North 
Bomford, of Ferrans and Gallow ; Isaac ; and four daus. He d. 
in 1756, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

STEPHEN BOMFORD, J. P., of Rahinstown, m. April, 1745, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Stephen Sibthorpe, of Brownstown, co. Louth, by Margaret 
his wife, sister of the Right Hon. Anthony Foster, Chief Baron of the 
Exchequer in Ireland, and had with other issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir, of Rahinstown, m. 1792, Maria, dau. of the 

Hon. James Massy Dawson, and son of Hugh, ist Lord Massv, 

and had issue, 



i. ROBERT GEORGE, of Rahinstown, b. 1802 ; High Sheriff of 
Meath 1832 ; m. 1826, Elizabeth, only child of James Traill 
Kennedy, of Annandale, co Down, and d.s.p. 1846. His widow 
m. 2ndly, 6 June, 1850, Marcus Gervais Beresford, D.D., 
Archbishop of Armagh, and d. i July, 1870. 

1. Annette, m. Sir Thomas H. Hesketh, Bart. 

2. Jane Rosetta, m. 25 Feb. 1822, Richard Martin Southcote 
Mansergh, of Grenane, co. Tipperary. 

3. Frances, m. Richard Bolton, of Bective Abbey. 

4. Jemima, m. Richard Bolton, of Brook Lodge, co. Waterford. 

5. Sarah Maria, m. 1831, the Hon. Frederick Tollemache. 

6. Susan, m. r826, the Rev. Charles Rudinge Martin, whod. 1847. 
2. GEORGE, of Drumlargan. 

The 2nd son, 

GEORGE BOMFORD, of Drumlargan, m. 1809, Arabella, dau. of 
Samuel Winter, of Agher, and by her (who d. 1 1 Sept. 1815 ) had issue, 

1. GEORGE, of Oakley Park. 

2. Samuel, Major Royal North Gloucester Militia and of the srd 
Dragoon Guards, m. n July, 1839, Frances Jane, dau. of Samuel 
Pratt Winter, 3rd son of Samuel Winter, of Agher, and had issue, 

i. Rodon Charles, b. 1845. 2. Laurence George, b, 1847. 

3. Trevor, b. 1849. 

4. Gerald (Sir), K.C.I.E., M.D., late Director-Gen. Ind. Med. 
Service, formerly Principal of Med. Coll. Calcutta (Hillersdon 
House, Dover), b. 19 July, 1851 ; m. 1881, Mary Florence, dau. 
of Major-Gen. F. Eteson, late the Buffs. 

5. Victor Reginald (Rev.), Vicar of Wigginton, Staflordshire, 
b. 21 March, 1859; m. 3 July, 1883 Letitia Sarah, dau. of 
Rev. Francis Talbot Purcell (see PURCELL of Glannamore), and 
d. 24 Aug. 1900, leaving a dau., 

Frances, b. 14 Feb. 1887. 
i. Caroline Frances, d. 1859. 
Mr. Bomford d. Jan. 1814, and was s. by his elder son, 

GEORGE BOMFORD, of Oakley Park, co. Meath, J.P., High Sheriff 
1860, b. ii April, 1811 ; m. 23 July, 1832, Arabella, dau. of John 
Pratt Winter, of Agher, and d. 1886, having had issue, 

1. GEORGE WINTER, b. 12 Nov. 1834 ; m. 17 April, 1861, Flora 
Mary McVeagh, dau. of Rev. Francis R. Sadleir, D.D., and d. 
22 June, 1884, leaving issue, 

GEORGE SADLEIR, b. i Dec. 1864 ; d. unm. i Dec. 1894. 
Arabella Anne, of Drumlargan. 

2. JOHN FRANCIS, of Oakley Park. 

3. Samuel Stephen, b. 18 April, 1841 ; d. 22 Aug. 1872. 

4. Arthur Chichester, b. 27 July, 1851 ; d. 14 Oct. 1854. 

5. Robert Laurence, b. 3 Sept. 1857. 

1. Anne, d. unm. 8 Jan. 1912. 

2. Arabella Anna, d. 19 Feb. 1910, m. 1863, George W. Ruxton, 
of Rahanna, co. Louth, and had issue (see RUXTON of Ardee). He 
d. 25 Dec. 1899. 

. 3. Elizabeth. 4. Victoria Adela. 5. Margaret Winter. 

The 2nd son, 

JOHN FRANCIS BOMFORD, of Oakley Park, co. Meath, T-P-, 
6. 22 Dec. 1837 ; m. 1866, Elinor, dau. of Rev. Lyndon II. Bolton, 
of Priorsland, co. Dublin, and d. 13 Sept. 1911, having had issue, 

1. GEORGE LYNDON, now of Oakley Park. 

2. John Stephen, b. 26 Dec. 1869 ; d. g Oct. 1891. 

3. Lyndon Henry, b. i Feb. 1871 ; d. 3 Aug. 1907. 

4. Samuel Richard, b. 15 Dec. 1873 i d. 13 Feb. 1907. 

5. Charles Francis, b. 13 March, 1878. 

6. Trevor Broughton, b. i June, 1880 ; m. 18 Jan. 1911, Birdie, 
dau. of Claud Chaloner, J.P., of Kingsfort, co. Meath. 

7. William Harold, b. i Jan. 1885. 



1. Anna Arabella, m. 12 July, 1899, Rev. Claud Robert Long- 
field (d. 26 Sept. 1903), son of the Rev. Richard Longfield, Canon 
of Cloyne, and has issue, Richard Charles, b. 17 April, 1901. 

2. Elinor May, m. 12 July, 1892, Hugh Golding Constable, 
son of Capt. Charles Golding Constable, H.M. Indian Navy, 
F.R.G.S., son of John Constable, R.A., and has issue, John Hugh, 
b. 28 Feb. 1896, and Winoa. 

3. Gwendoline, m. 3 Oct. 1900, Rev. Leonard McNeill Shelford, 
and has issue, Leonard, John, Flora Elinor, and Gwendoline 
May. 

Residence Oakley Park, Kells, co. Meath. 



BOMFORD OF GALLOW AND FERRANS. 

JOHN GEORGE 

NORTH-BOMFORD, of 

Gallow, and Ferrans, 
co. Meath, Lieut. 7th 
Royal Fusiliers, 
13 Oct. 1883 ; s. 




b. 
his 

mother (on her re- 
marriage) 1 6 Dec. 
1908 ; m. 5 Oct. 1909, 
Hilda Frances, 
youngest dau. of the 
late George Shaw 
Munn, Rector of 
Madresfield, Malvern. 

Lineage. STEPHEN 
BOMFORD, of Gallow, co. 

Meath (son of Laurence Bomford, of Clonmahon, co. Meath, and 
brother of Thomas Bomford, of Rahinstown), m. Anne Smith, of 



6i 



IRELAND. 



Bond. 



Violetstown, co. Westmeath, and had issue by her, 1. Thomas ; 
2. Stephen, ancestor of BOMFORD of Oakley Park ; 3. John ; 
4. DAVID : and 5. Isaac. The 4th son, 

DAVID BOMFORD, of Gallow, m. Dec. 1756, Sarah, dau. of David 
Burtchaell, of Brownstown, co. Kildare (see BURTCHAELL of 
Brandondale) . Her will, dated 26 Aug. 1814, was proved 23 March, 
1816. His will, dated 17 April, 1807, was proved 2 Feb. 1810. 
He had issue, 

1. Isaac, of Gallow, bapt. 31 March, 1766, d.s.p. Will dated 19 

Dec. 1835. 

1. Jane, m. Aug. 1785, Duke Cooper, of Great Down, co. West- 
meath. 

2. ANNE, m. July, 1786, JOHN NORTH, of Whitwell, co. Westmeath, 
and had issue three sons, 

1. David, m. Catherine, dau. of J. Pirn, and had issue. 

2. ISAAC, of whom we treat. 

3. John, m. Ellen, dau. of Robert Barbour, of Tyrrells Pass, co. 
Westmeath, and had issue. 

3. Mary Elizabeth, bapt. 28 Sept. 1768, d. young. 

4. Sarah Frances, in. 1803, John Coates, of Coolcor, co. West- 
meath. 

The grandson, 

ISAAC NORTH-BOMFORD, of Gallow, co. Meath (son of John North 
and Anne his wife, dau. of David Bomford), assumed the name and 
arms of BOMFORD ; m. 8 Oct. 1830, Belinda Emily, dau. of Capt. 
Abraham John Pilkington, of Kilbride Castle, co. Westmeath, and d. 
1866, having by her (who d. 1852) had issue, 

1. Isaac, Capt. sgth Regt., served in China, b. 6 June, 1834 ; d. 

unm. 6 April, 1861. 2. JOHN, late of Gallow Ferrans. 

3. David George, 6. 5 Feb. 1840, M.D. ; m. 1867, Mary, dau. of 
Gubbins, Castle Troy, co. Limerick, and d. 13 Oct. 1869, 
leaving a dau., Annabella, m. 12 April, 1899, Thomas Robert 
Griffin, B.L., of Baggot Street, Dublin. 

4. Stephen Robert, d. young, 1856. 

5. Horatio, 6. 16 Feb. 1847 ; m. Alice, dau. of Richard Summers, 
Tyrell's Pass, co. Westmeath, and has issue, with two daus., a son, 

Isaac John, b. 14 April, 1882. 

1. Mary Jane, m. John Emerson, of Clonshanny, King's Co., and 
has issue. 

2. Anna Bella, m. 12 April, 1860, Sir Benjamin Whitney, of Upper 
Fitz William Street, Dublin. She d. 16 Jan. 1899, leaving issue 
(see WHITNEY of Brayfort). 

3. Louisa Emily, d. young. 

4. Belinda Emily, m. Col. Edward Napoleon L'Estrange, 22nd 
Regt., and has issue. 

JOHN NORTH-BOMFORD, of Gallow and Ferrans, co. Meath, J.P., 
late Capt. 2gth Regt., served in Burmah and Bengal 1857 ; b. 
17 July, 1838 ; m. ist, 24 July, 1867, Charlotte, eldest dau. of John 
Devenish Meares, of Meares Court, co. Westmeath, D.L., but by her 
(who d. 1881) had no issue. He m. 2ndly, 5 Sept. 1882, Mary Wil- 
helmina Constance, eldest dau. of Sir William S. B. Kaye, C.B., 
Q.C., LL.D., Private Secretary to the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, and 
had issue by her a son, 

JOHN GEORGE, now of Gallow. 

He d. 16 Oct. 1905. His widow re-w. 16 Dec. 1908, Lieut.-Col. 
Phineas Barrett Villiers-Tuthill (see TUTHILL of Kilmore) . 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, az., on a fesse erm. three cross- 
crosslets fitchee gu., for BOMFORD ; 2nd and 3rd, per pale or and az. 
a lion passant between three fleurs-de-lis counterchanged for NORTH. 
Crests ist, for BOMFORD, a griffin segreant arg., charged on the 
shoulder with a cross-crosslet ntchee gu. ; 2nd, for NORTH, a wyvern's 
head, erased vert, langued gu., collared and chained or. Motto 
Vir. tutus, et. fidelis. 

Seat Gallow Ferrans, Kilcock, co. Meath Club Kildare 
Street, Dublin. 

BOND OF FARRAGH. 

JAMES WILLOUGHBY BOND, of Farragh, co. 
Longford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1870, 6. n 
July, 1837 ; m. 22 Nov. 1864, Emma Georgiana 
Charlotte, dau. of William Hunter Little, D.L., of 
Llanvair Grange, co. Monmouth (see that family), 
and has issue, 

1. WILLOUGHBY JAMES, B.A. Camb., J.P. co. Longford, High 
Sheriff 1905, b. 10 June, 1867 ; m. 30 April, 1892, Mary Rosa 
Kerr, dau. of Capt. William Bond, of Newtown Bond, co. Longford, 
and has issue, 

1. Brian Willoughby, b. 15 Jan. 1894. 

2. Francis Willoughby, b. 3 Feb. 1901. 

i. Mary Hunter. 2. Kathleen Sidney. 

2. Wensley Hunter, b. 7 Dec. 1876. 

1. Georgiana Sidney, m. 20 Nov. 1895, Maj. R. Mac Geough- 
Bond, R.F.A. (see that family). 

2. Henrietta Letitia. 3. Alicia Mabel, d. unm. 27 Jan. 1886. 
4. Ethel Emma Louisa. 

Lineage. EPHRAIM BOND, came from Yorkshire and settled in 
Derry about 1650. He m. the dau. of Dewin, and had two sons, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. John, of Ballyclapham, co. Londonderry, who left issue. 
The elder son, 

WILLIAM BOND, of Glenlough, co. Londonderry, who left issue a 
son, 

JAMES BOND, of Glenlough, m. the dau. of Burns, and had 
issue, five sons, 

1. William. 2. J A.MES, of whom presently. 

3. Oliver. . 4. Thomas. 5. Saint. 
The second son, 



REV. JAMES BOND, Presbyterian Minister, of Corboy, co. Long- 
ford, m. Catherine, dau. of Rev. Thomas Wensley, of Lifford, co. 
Donegal, and had with four daus. as many sons, 

1. Wensley (Very Rev.), Dean of Ross 1773-1813, b. 1736 ; m. by 
licence 10 Aug. 1778, Rebecca, dau. of William Forward, of 
Fermoy, and niece of Right Hon. John Hely-Hutchinson, and d. 
1820, having had with four daus. two sons, 

1. James Forward (Very Rev.), Dean of Ross 1813-29, b. 
1779 ; m. ist, 15 Feb. 1815, Sarah Hester, dau. of John Croker, 
and sister of the Right Hon. John Wilson Croker. She 
d.s.p. 1816. He m. 2ndly, 21 May, 1825, Christiana Margaretta, 
dau. of Rev. the Hon. Lorenzo Hely-Hutchinson, and had an 
only dau. The Dean d. Aug. 1829. 

2. Richard Wensley, m. Sophia, dau. of Rev. James Bond, of 
Lecarrow, co. Roscommon, and d. 3 Oct. 1860, having had 
with five daus. three sons, (i) Wensley, (2) James, and (3) 
Richard Thomas. 

2. James (Sir), Bart., of Coolamber, co. Longford, M.P. for Naas 
1790-7, created a baronet 21 Jan. 1794, m. 27 July, 1770, Anne, 
widow of Richard Eyre and dau. of William Hornby, Governor 
of Bombay. She d. 1809. His son, Sir Thomas Bond, 2nd Bart., 
d.s.p. 3 March, 1823, when the baronetcy became extinct. 

8. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 4. Thomas, who left issue. 

1. Letitia, m. Simon Little. 
The 3rd son, 

WILLIAM BOND, of Edgworthstown, co. Longford, High Sheriff 
1794, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Perry, and d. 1811, leaving 
issue, 

1. James Wensley, of Cartroncard, co. Longford, High Sheriff 
1822, d. 8 Feb. 1843. 

2. Alexander Perry, of Ardglass, co. Westmeath, D.L., m. 15 
Jan. 1836, Rosetta, dau. of Saville Dowling, andrf. 1851, leaving 
issue. 

3. Thomas. 

4. WILLOUGHBY, of whom we treat. 
The youngest son, 

WILLOUGHBY BOND, of Farragh, co. Longford, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1832, b. 1790; m. 2 June, 1829, Alicia Sidney, dau. of 
William Gosselin, of Abbey Derg, co. Longford. She d. Sept. 1882. 
He d. 5 Nov. 1875, having had issue, 

1. William Wensley, Lieut, soth Regt., b. 2 Oct. 1834 ; d. unm. 
8 Dec. 1854. 

2. JAMES WILLOUGHBY, now of Farragh. 

1. Sidney Margaret, m. ist, 6 July, 1854, Thomas James Meredith, 
of Cloonamahon, co. Sligo, who d. 1860, and 2ndly, 2 June, 1870, 
John Henry Kincaid, of 78, Merrion Square, Dublin. 
Seat Farragh, Longford. 



MACGEOUGH-BOND OF DRTJMSILL,. 

WALTER WILLIAM 
ADRIAN MACGEOUGH- 
BOND, of Drumsill, 
co. Armagh, Vice - 
President of Court of 
Appeal at Cairo, 
Egypt, b. 1857 ; m. 
26 Sept. 1901, Ada 
Marion, youngest dau. 
of the late Charles 
Nichols, of Dunedin, 
N.Z., and has issue, 

WALTER ALBERT NEVILL, 

b. 27 June, 1908. 

Linea&e. JOSHUA 
MACGEOUGH, of Drumsill, co. 
Armagh, made his will 23 
June, 1755, which was proved 
19 June, 1756. He m. Anne, 
only dau. and heir of Brig.- 
Gen. the Right Hon. William Graham, and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

3 Samuel of Derryca'w, co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1776; m. 
Elizabeth,' dau. of William Smyth, and had with two daus., of 
whom Anne, m. July, ! 7 77, Owen O'Malley, of Melcomb, co. 

Ma i!Toshua I o S f' Greenwood Park, co. Tyrone, m. his cousin, Anne, 
dau. of William MacGeough, of Drumsill. His will was proved 
1793. He left issue, William,;joshua, Henry, and Elizabeth. 
2 Samuel, d.s.p* 

1. Elizabeth, m. g Aug. 1732, William Houston (see BLAKISTON- 
HOUSTON of Orange field). 

2. Mary, m. Robinson. 3. Anne. 




WILLIAMACGEOUGH, of Drumsill, m. ist, Elizabeth dau and 
! heir of Walter Bond, of Bondville, co. Armagh, and by her had a 
| son, 

j He ' w.2ndly, the dau. of Joseph Boyd, and by her had three 
i daus., 



Bonham. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



62 



1. Elizabeth, m. Alfray. 

2. Mary. 

3. Anne, m. Joshua MacGeough, of Greenwood Park, co. Down 
(see above). 

He d. about 1791 (will dated 2 Feb. 1778, proved 9 March, 1791). 
His only son, 

J OSHUA MACGEOUGH, of Drurasill, co. Armagh, m. Anne, dau. of 
Joseph Johnstone, of Nappa, co. Armagh, and had two sons, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir, of Drumsill, d.s.p. 

2. WALTER, of whom we treat. 
The younger son, 

WALTER MACGEOUGH-BOND, of Drumsill, Silver Bridge, and the 
Argory, co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1819, Barrister-at-Law, assumed 
by Royal Licence, 5 Nov. 1824, the name and arms of BOND in 
addition to his own ; m. 1830, Anne, 2nd dau. of Ralph Smyth, of 
Gaybrook, co. Westmeath. She d. 1892. He d. 17 March, 1866, 
having had with other issue, 

1. JOSHUA WALTER, late of Drumsill. 

2. Ralph MACGEOUGH-BOND-SHELTON, of the Argory, co. 
Armagh (see that family). 

3. William, m 24 Nov. 1869, Mary Armit, 3rd dau. of William 
Armit Lees (see BURKE'S Peerage, LEES, Bart.), and left issue. 
His widow m. andly, 30 July, 1903, Col. Beauchamp John Col- 
clough Doran, C.B. 

4. Robert John MACGEOUGH, of Silver Bridge, co. Armagh, 
J.P., b. 22 Sept. 1838; m. ii March, 1869, Alice, dau. of James 
Sivewright, of Brighton. She d. 1871. He d. 9 April, 1903, 
leaving an only child, 

Alice, m. 9 Sept. 1891, Maxwell Vandeleur Blacker-Douglass, 
of Grace Hall, and has issue (see that family). 

1. Mary Isabella, m. Robert Staples, of Dunmore, Queen's Co. 

2. Anna Maria, m. 4 Oct. 1867, Randal, i3th Lord Louth. She 
d. 27 Oct. 1868. He d. 19 July, 1883, leaving issue (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). 

The eldest son, 

JOSHUA WALTER MACGEOUGH-BOND, of Drumsill, co. Armagh, 
J.P.. and D.L., High Sheriff 1872, M.P. for Armagh 1855-5? and 
1859-65, late 49th Foot, 6. 1831 ; m. 1856, Albertine Louise, dau. of 
Frederick Shanahan, Barrister-at-Law. He d. 29 Aug. 1905. 
She d. 18 Nov. 1902, leaving issue, 

1 WALTER WILLIAM ADRIAN, now of Drumsill. 

2. Ralph Xavier, late Major R.A., m. 20 Nov. 1895, Georgina, 

dau. of James Willoughby Bond, of Farragh (see that family), 

and has issue, 
Ralph. 
Mabel. 

1. Angeline, m. Raoul Recorbet, of La Chaux, and has issue. 

2. Anne, m. Henri Ayet, of La Forest. He d. 18 July, 1902. 
Arms Quarterly ist and 4th, or on a chevron gu. three annulets 

arg. (BOND) ; 2nd and 3rd, Per bend sa. and or three leopard's faces 
two and one counterchanged (MACGEOUGH). Crests i. BOND : A 
lion sejant arg. charged on the shoulder with an annulet sa. 2. 
MACGEOUGH : A naked dexter arm embowed, the hand grasping a 
scymitar in the act of striking, all ppr. Motto Nemo me impune 
lacessit. 

Seat Drumsill, Armagh. Club Travellers'. 



BONHAM OF BALLINTAGGART. 

COL. JOHN BONHAM, C.B., of Ballintaggart, co. 
Kildare, J.P. cos. Kildare and Wicklow, High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1900, Col. R.H.A. (retired), b. July, 1834 ; 
m. 1870, Mary Anne, dau, of Philip Wroughton, 
of Woolley Park, Berks, and by her (who d. 1891) 
has had issue, 

1. FRANCIS WARREN, b. 1871. 

2. John Wroughton, b. 1875 ; m. 14 June, 1911, Lilian Mary, 
youngest dau. of Charles Robert Hamilton, of Hamwood (see 
that family). 

it Georgiana Maye, m. 21 April, 1909, Rev. Bernard Smith. She 
d. 16 June, 1910. 

2. Mary Alice, m. H. F. Morris. She d. n June, 1909. 

3. Margaret Leslie. 

Lineage. FRANCIS BONHAM, of Dublin, b. 1673 ; m. before 
1716, Mary Shelley, and d. 1755, having had, with other issue. 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Robert, of Dublin, d. 1760. 
The elder son, 

JOHN BONHAM, of Dublin, b. 1704 ; m. 1738, Susanna dau 
of Richard Warren, of Grangebeg, co. Kildare, and d. about 1780 
(will dated 30 June, 1780, proved 26 Feb. 1781), having by her 
(who d. 1809) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS WARREN, his heir. 

2. Richard Paul, b. 1761 ; d. 1807. 

1. Frances Anne, m. (licence 1778), Robert Johnstone. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 1768, Joshua Paul Meredyth. 

3. Mary, m. 27 March, 1764, Sydenham Snow, and had issue. 

4. Wilhelmina, m. 9 July, 1761, William Parsons Hoey, of Rich- 
mond, co. Dublin, and had issue, Hannah. 

The son and heir, 

FRANCIS WARREN BONHAM, b. 1740 ; m. ist, March, 1767, Mary 
Ann, dau. of Dr. Leslie, Bishop of Limerick, and sister of Sir Edward 
Leslie, Bart., and by her had issue, JOHN, of whom piesently, and 
Joyce, who d. unm. He m. 2ndly, Jan. 1777, Dorothea Herbert 
and d. 1810, having had further issue, Francis Robert, b. 1785 



d. 1863 unm. ; Susan, b. 1780, d. 1863, unm. and others who d. 
young. The eldest son, 

JOHN BONHAM, of Ballintaggart, J.P., b. 21 June, 1769 ; served 
as High Sheriff co. Kildare 1835. He m. 1796, Margaret, widow 
of Capt. Clifton, H.E.I.C.S., and dau. of Jones, and by her 
(who d. 1848) left, at his decease, 1844, a son and heir, 

REV. JOHN BONHAM, of Ballintaggart, M.A. Oxon, J.P. co. 
Kildare, b. 22 Feb. 1798 ; d. 1875 ; *. 30 Oct. 1827, Barbarina, 3rd 
dau. and co-heiress of John Norris, of Hughenden House, Bucks, 
and by her (who d. 1882) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS, late of Ballintaggart. 

2. JOHN, now of Balintaggart. 

1. Margaret Louisa, m. 1855, Arthur Wyatt, of Earlswood, co. 
Wexford, and has issue. 2. Mary, d. 1849. 

3. Ann Blanche, m. 14 Nov. 1859, Col. Henry Hamilton Pratt, 
late 94th Regt., and has issue. 

4. Agnes Jane Susan, d. 1906. 

He d. 1875, and was s. by his elder son, 

FRANCIS BONHAM, of Ballintaggart, Maj. 7ist Highland Light 
Infantry, b. 5 Nov. 1831 ; m. 16 July, 1868, Emily Mary Georgiana, 
dau. of James Reid, of Millbank House, Fermoy, who d. 1889. He 
d. 1892. 

Seat Ballintaggart, Colbinstown, co. Kildare. Clubs United 
Service, S.W. ; Kildare Street, Dublin. 



BONYNGE. 

CHARLES WILLIAM 
BONYNGE, of 42, Prince's 
Gate, London, b. 5 Oct. 
1838 ; m. 5 June, 1869, 
Rodie S* D., dau. of 
James M. Stephens (a 
planter in the Southern 
States), and descended 
on her mother's side 
from the family of U.S. 
Senator George Read, 
one of the signers of the 
Declaration of Indepen- 
dence (see BURKE'S 
Peerage), and has issue, 

Louise Selina, m. 8 Aug. 

1892, Major-Gen. Sir John 

Grenfell Maxwell. K.C.B., 

C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O., late 

Royal Highlanders (Black 

Walth), and has issue one 

dau., Helene Philae, to whom H.R.H. Princess Christian stood 

sponsor. 

Lineage. FRANCIS BONYNGE, m. 1779, Miss Wickham, of co. 
Meath, and by her (who d. 6 Jan. 1835) had issue, 

1. Francis. 2. John. 

3. THOMAS. 4. William. 

Mr. Bonynge d. Jan. 1824. His son, 

THOMAS BONYNGE, of Ranelagh, m. 22 Dec. 1834, Louisa Selena 
Taylor, of London, and d. Feb. 1892, having by her (who d. March, 
1878) had issue, 

1. CHARLES WILLIAM, of Prince's Gate. 

2. Thomas. 

3. Arthur (Rev.), M.A., D.D., R.D., Rector of Kilfarboy, co. 
Clare, tn. ist, Lydia Kennedy. He m. 2ndly, 5 June, 1895, 
Elenor Bonynge, 3rd dau. of the late John Frederick Knipe, 
M.D., F.R.C.S.I., &c., of Beneavin House, Glasnevin, co. Dublin. 
He d. 17 Nov. 1910, leaving issue, 

1. Arthur Francis, b. 24 Aug. 1896. 

2. Frederick Charles, b. 15 June, iqoo. 

4. Francis George, M.D., L.R.C.S.I., d. 1901. 

5. Walter Alfred. 
1. Isabella, d. 1906. 

Arms Arg., two bars gu., each charged with as many escallops 
or ; on a chief indented az., an annulet of the third. Crest An 
ostrich ppr., charged with an escallop sa., and holding in the beak 
a key of the same. Motto Virtute decoratus. 

Residence 42, Prince's Gate, S.W. 




BORROWES. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BORROWES, 
Bart. 



BOTJRCHIER OF DROMLINE AND 
ARDINODE. 

HERBERT FRANCIS BOURCHIER, of Dromline, 
Crosderry, Knockalough and Craherabeg, co. Clare, 
and of Ardinode and Loughbritogue, co. Kildare, 
B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 7 Feb. 1868. 



IRELAND. 



Bourchier. 



.Lineage. This branch of the Bourchier family went to 
Ireland in 1690. THOMAS BOURCHIER, of King's Sutton, Northants, 
an officer in King William's Dragoons, settled at Craig, co. Tip- 
perary ; m, Elizabeth, dau. of Lieut. James Maxwell, and had, 
with other issue, an elder son, 

HENRY BOURCHIER, m. the dau. of Watson, of Caherhenley, 
co. Clare, and had, with two other sons, William and Thomas, 
who both d. unm., an eldest son, 

WATSON BOURCHIER, who m. Miss McNamara, and had, with 
other issue, an eldest son, 

JOHN BOURCHIER, of Elm Hill, Broadford, co. Clare, m. ist, the 
dau. of Hugh Ingoldsby Massey, and by her had a son, 

1. Hugh, d. young. 

He m. zndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Terence McMahon, of Ballykilty, 
co. Clare, whose estates were forfeited, and by her had issue, 

2. John, Maj.-Gen. R.A., commanded the Artillery at the taking 
of the French West India Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia and 
Les Saintes under Sir Charles Grey in 1793. He afterwards 
commanded the Cork District ; m. Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Macnamara, of Ardcloney, co. Clare, and had issue, 

1. Daniel Macnamara, Maj. R.A., served in the Peninsular 
War (despatches after Badajos) and at Waterloo ; m. Mary, 
dau. and heiress of James Wilson, of Dunboyne Castle, co. 
Meath, and had issue. 

2. Thomas (Sir), K.C.B., Adm. R.N., Commandant of Chatham 
Dockyard, served in China 1841 ; m. Jane, dau. of Adm. 
Sir Edward Codrington, and had a son John, d. young. 

3. Plunket, Col. Royal Welsh Fus. 
3* THOMAS, of whom we treat. 

John Bourchier was killed in a duel at eighty years of age. His 
youngest son, 

THOMAS BOURCHIER, of Killiney Castle, co. Dublin, Clerk of the 
Crown and Hanaper and Usher of the Black Rod in the Irish House 
of Commons, m. Dorothea, dau. of Rev. Hadlock, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. Dorothea, m. Rev. J. R. Hodson, and had issue. 

2. Lucy, m. Rev. Dr. Magrath, Bishop of Jamaica, and had 
issue. 

3. Annie, m. Rev. P. Bolton. 

4. Caroline, m. FitzGerald, and had issue. 

5. Mary, d. unm. 6. Elizabeth, d. unm. 
The only son, 

JOHN BOURCHIER, of Smithville, Nenagh, co. Tipperary, and 
Killiney Castle, co. Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, m. Mary, dau. of 
Richard Townshend Herbert, of Cahirnane, co. Kerry (see that 
family), and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

2. John, d. unm. 3. Herbert, d. unm. 

1. Mary, m. Alexander Gordon, ist Royal Regt., and had issue. 

2. Annie, m. Deputy Surg.-Gen. Henry Day Fowler. Bengal 
Army, and had issue. 

3. J ane, m. Capt. Mundell, and had issue. 

4. Elizabeth, m. Henry Bayly, of Donnybrook, co. Tipperary, 
and had issue. 

6. Lavinia, m. Henry Badcock, of Ballinware, co. Tipperary, 
and had issue. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BOURCHIER, of Crosthwaite Park, Kingstown, b. 29 Sept. 
1826 ; m. 4 May, 1861, Henrietta Octavia, dau. of Rev. John 
Delmege, of Rathbranagh, co. Limerick (see DELMEGE of Rathkeale). 
He d. 19 Aug. 1895, having had issue, 

1. John Herbert,*. 28 April, 1866. 

2. HERBERT FRANCIS, his heir. 

1. Maria Anna Herbert. 2. Edith Geraldine Herbert. 

Residence Dromline, Foxrock, co. Dublin. 



BOURCHIEB OF BAGGOTSTOWN. 

HENRY JAMES BOURCHIER, of Baggotstown, co* 
Limerick, b. 14 Aug. 1842 ; m. 5 March, 1867, Nina 
Darley, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Leech, D.D., 
of Mitchelstown (see LEECH of Cloonconra), and has 
had issue, 

1. John de Louvain, 6. 6 Sept. 1868 ; d. an infant. 

4. CLAUD JAMES HENRY ST. JOHN, b. 6 Aug. 1875 >' m - Io Oct. 
1911, Alice Renee, elder dau. of H. B. Rowan, late of Braiswick 
Lodge, Colchester. 

3. Wilfrid la Rive, B.A. (Rev.), b. 22 March, 1884. 

1. Florence Mary, m. Rev. Arthur Davis, B.D. 

2. Harriet Nina, m. 16 Aug. 1899, Rev. Alexander Duff Moore 
(see MOORE of Moore Lodge). 

3. Clare Farran. 4. Frances Chadwick. 

5. Irene Sara. 6. Cicely Charlotte. 
Lineage. The estate of Baggotstown was acquired by JOHN 

BOURCHIER some time subsequent to the attainder of Thomas, 
Baggot, of that place, in 1651. 

JOHN BOURCHIER, b. 1664, of Baggotstown and Kilcullane, co. 
Limerick, and Maidenhall, co. Cork, was possessed of several 
estates in those counties, which he divided between his sons. He 
m. Faith, dau. of O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, co. Limerick, by 
Frances bis wife, dau. of John Anketell, and the Lady Lucy Anketcll. 
dau. of Mervyn, 2nd Earl of Castlehaven and i2th Lord Audley, 
of Heleigh, and by her (who was maternally roth in descent from 
the marriage of Sir William Bourchier, Count of Eu, with Anne 
Plantagenet, dau. and heir of Thomas of Woodstock, youngest son 
of EDWARD III) had issue, 



1. Thomas, d.s.p. 

2. James, of Kilcullane, on whom that estate was settled by will 
of his father, dated 1739, m. 1740, Mary, dau. of Michael Bevan, 
of Camas, and had issue, 

James, of Kilcullane, m. 1769, Martha, dau. of William 
Gabbett, of Caherline, co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1775, and 
had issue, 

(1) William, of Kilcullane, s. 1808 ; m. Heloise, dau. of Col 
Dillon, of co. Roscommon, and niece and adopted dau. of 
Sir Peter Nugent, Bart., and Lady Nugent, of Donore, co. 
Westmeath, by whom he had an only son, William, an officer 
in the Army, who joined with his father in the sale of the 
Kilcullane estate to the ist Viscount Guillamore, 7 July, 
1812, and d. unm. 

(2) Joseph Gabbett, a Capt. in the Army, m. ist, Margaret, 
dau. of Thomas Franks, of Carrig, by whom he had an only 
dau., and 2ndly, a dau. of Capt. John Gabbett, of Shepperton, 
by whom he had issue, Joseph Gabbett (Rev.), of Ifield, 
Kent, who d. 13 Dec. 1898, having m. 16 Dec. 1851, Jane. 
Allen (22, Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea), dau. of Daniel 
Sullivan, of Fermoy House, co. Cork, by whom he had issue, 

Joseph Gabbett, b. 30 April, 1854. 
Mary Louise. 

(3) Thomas, m. in India, a niece of Sir Theophilus Metcalf, 
and d.s.p. 1844. 

(4) Henry, of Frankfort, co. Limerick. 

(5) Richard, m. Catherine, dau. of James Bold, and had, 
with other issue, 

i. John. 2. Stanley. 

3. Thomas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Bourchicr, of 

Baggotstown. 

1. Lucy, m. Lieut. Augustus Whymper, R.N. 

2. Elizabeth Mary, m. 9 Jan. 1851, Maj.-Gen. Sir Archi- 
bald Edward Harbord Anson, R.A., K.C.M.G., nephew of 
the ist Viscount Anson. She d. 23 Sept. 1891, having had 
issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, ANSON, Bart.). 

3. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. Lucy, m. Richard Lane, of Kilderry. 

2. Mary, m. her cousin Richard Anketell. 

John Bourchier d. aged 80, in 1744. His 3rd son, 

JOHN BOURCHIER, of Baggotstown, Oakfield, and Maidenhall, 
s. to those properties on his father's death 1744. He m. Arabella, 
dau. of James Mason, of Cooleen, co. Limerick, and had issue, 
1. JAMES JOHN, his heir. 

1. Arabella, m. John Boles Reeves, of Belfort, co. Cork, and was 
grandmother of William Reeves, Bishop of Down. 

2. Faith, m. Henry Gabbett. 

His will is dated i Oct. 1774. His son, 

JAMES J OHN BOURCHIER, of Baggotstown, m. 30 Aug. 1766, Mary, 
dau. of Joseph Gubbins, of Kilfrush, co. Limerick, by whom he had 
issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. James, B.A., who, after a distinguished University career, 
entered the Army, and d. whilst serving as senior Capt. of his 
Regt. (Royal York Fusiliers) in Jamaica. 

8. Henry, Lieut.-Col. Royal Irish Artillery, d. unm. 

4. Joseph Gubbins, d. unm. 

i. Mary, d. young. 2. Anne, d. young. 

3. Elizabeth, m. John Sherlock, of Ballydeigue. 
He was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN BOURCHIER, of Baggotstown, Lieut. 58th Regt., m. 10 Aug. 
1797, Charlotte, 4th dau. of William Chadwick, of Ballinard, by 
Christiana his wife, sister of Sir John Craven Garden, Bart., of 
Templemore Abbey, co. Tipperary, by whom he had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. John James Stephen, d. an infant. 

1. Christiana, m. Richard Eaton, J.P., and had issue, Richard, 
J.Pj co. Limerick, m. Clara, dau. of John Netterville Barren, J.P. 

2. Marianne, m. Thomas, eldest son of Henry Grove Grady, of 
Bellwood, co. Tipperary, by Mary Margaret his wife, only dau. 
and heiress of Thomas Lidwill, of Clonmore (see LIDWILL of 
Dromard), and great-granddau. of Gerald, 24th Lord Kingsale. 

8. Charlotte, m. her cousin William Chadwick, of Ballinard, and 
d.s.p. 17 Jan. 1874. 4. Sophia, d. unm. 

5. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Bourchier, d.s.p. 6. Clarinda, d. unm. 
| Mr. Bourchier d. 1845, and was s. by his son, 

JOHN BOURCHIER, of Baggotstown, co. Limerick, J.P., B.A. Trin. 

, Coll. Dublin, b. 1811 ; s. 1845 ; m. 9 July, 1833, Sarah, eldest dau. 

I and eventually co-heir of David Aher, of Castlecomer, co. Kil- 
kenny, by Susan his wife, dau. and co-heir of Capt. W. C. Wilkinson, 
of Castlecomer, and niece of Sir Henry Wilkinson, K.C., of Corballis, 
co. Dublin, and had issue, 

1. John, d. young. 

2. HENRY JAMES, now of Baggotstown. 

3. William, d. an infant. 

4. Richard Eaton, late Lieut, ist Royal Scots, m. 10 Aug. 1876, 
Geraldine Amelia Beamish (d. 24 July, 1909), dau. of Right Hon. 
and Most Rev. Thomas Stuart Townshend, D.D., Bishop of 
Meath, and has issue, 

John Somerset Townshend, b. June, 1877. 

5. James David, F.R.G.S., of La Rive, Castlecomer, co. Kilkenny, 
late of the Inner Temple, M.A. Camb. (King's Coll.), where he 
graduated as first class classic, 1876 ; is Grand Officer of the Order 
of Prince Danilo of Montenegro, Commander of the Order of the 
Saviour of Greece, and Officer of the Order of St. Alexander of 
Bulgaria (Athenczum, St. James' and New University Clubs). 

6. William Chadwick (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Knockaney, cp. 
Limerick, Chaplain to the Marquess Camden, and late Chaplain 
Royal Navy, b. 28 Feb. 1852 ; m. 23 March, 1889, Katharine 
Christian, dau of Cathcart Thomson, J.P., of Pine Wood, 



Bourke. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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Halifax, N.S., and granddau. of the Hon. Joseph Howe, Lieut.- 
Governor of Nova Scotia, and has issue, 

Cathcart Charles William, Lieut. R.N., b. 20 Jan. 1890. 

1, Susan, d. young. 

2. Charlotte Sophia, m. Aug. 1863, Richard Austin Cooper 
Chadwick, of Ballinard, co. Tipperary, 2nd son of Samuel Cooper, 
J.P.,of Killenure Castle, in the same co. (see COOPER of KUlenure 
and CHADWICK of BaHinard), who assumed the additional name 
and arms of CHADWICK by Royal Sign Manual, dated 15 Jan. 1855. 

Mr. Bourchier d. 24 May, 1885. 

Seat Baggotstown House, Kilmallock, co. Limerick. Residence 
Melbrooke, Clonmel, co. Tipperary. 



BOURKE OF THORNFIELDS. 

RICHARD VANDELEUR BOURKE, of Thornfields, co. 
Limerick, b. 1884 ; s. his father 17 May, 1910. 

Lineage. RICHARD BOURKE, of Dromsally, co. Limerick, d. 
in 1734, and was s. by his eldest son, 

RICHARD BOURKE, of Dromsally, who was three times married, 
and d. 1761, leaving, by his first wife, Sarah, a son, 

1. JOHN, of Shallee, co. Tipperary, who m. Lucia Parker, and d. 
leaving, with two daus., one son, 

JOHN, of whom hereafter. 

Mr. Richard Bourke m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of James Donellan, of 
Johnstown, co. Meath, and had another son, 

2. RICHARD (Sir), of Castle Connell, who assumed the original 
surname of DE BURGHO, and was created a Baronet of Ireland 
16 June, 1785. Sir Richard m. ist, 15 Jan. 1755, Frances, eldest 
dau. of Daniel Webb, of Meadstown, co. Limerick, by whom he had 
two daus., 

1. Frances, m. John Blake, of Ross, co. Clare. 

2. Maria Theresa, m. John MacNamara, of Smiths town, in the 
same co. 

Sir Richard m. 2ndly, 1781, Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Dwyer, 
of Singleton, co. Limerick, and d. 1790, leaving two sons, 

1. SIR RICHARD, 2nd bart., d. unm. 1834. 

2. SIR JOHN ALLEN, 3rd bart., m. ist, the sister of Gen. 
Gage John Hall, but by her had no issue ; and 2ndly, in 1820, 
Anna Matilda, eldest dau. of Richard Waller, of Castle Waller, 
and d. 1839, leaving, 

(i) SIR RICHARD DONELLAN DE BURGHO, 4th bart., b. i 
April, 1821 ; m. 8 Aug. 1844, Catherine, dau. of Brooke 
Brasier, of Ballyellis, co. Cork, and d.s.p. 1873, when the 
title became extinct. 

3. William Henry Frederick Waller, d.s.p. 1848. 

1. Maria Theresa, d. 31 Oct. 1846. 

2. Elizabeth, d. 23 Dec. 1849. 3. Frances. 

4. Isabella. 5- Joanna Allen. 

Mr. Bourke was s. by his grandson, the son of his eldest son by his 
ist wife, 

JOHN BOURKE, of Shallee, tn. 1775, Anne, dau. of Edmund Ryan, 
of the city of Dublin, and of Boscobel, co. Tipperary, and by her 
(who d. 1837) had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 

2. Edmund, d. young. 3. John, d. young. 

1. Frances Emma, m. Rev. Heneage Horsley, only son of the 

Right Rev. Samuel Horsley, D.D., Lord Bishop of St. Asaph. 

She d. 1821, leaving issue. 
Mr. Bourke d. 1795. His eldest son, 

LIEUT.-GEN. SIR RICHARD BOURKE, K.C.B., of Thornfields, co. 
Limerick, J.P., High Sheriff 1839, b. 4 May, i777 J m. i March, 
1800, Elizabeth Jane, youngest dau. of John Bourke, of Carshalton, 
Surrey, Receiver-General of the Land Tax for Middlesex (of the 
BOURKES of Urey), and by her (who d. 7 May, 1832) had issue, 

1. JOHN, b. ii Feb. 1803 ; d. iy Nov. 1868. 

2. RICHARD, of Thornfields. 

1. Mary Jane, m. 1827, Dudley Montagu Perceval, C.B., 4th son 
of the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, Chancellor ol the Exchequer, 
and had issue. 

2. Anne, m. 1833, Sir Edward Deas Thompson, Colonial Secre- 
tary in New South Wales, 2nd son of Sir Johu Thompson, K.C.H., 
formerly a Commissioner of the Navy, and had issue. 

3. Frances, m. 1831, Rev. John Jebb, D.D., Rector of Peterstow, 
Ross, co. Hereford, eldest son of the Hon. Richard Jebb, a Justice 
of the King's Bench, Ireland, and d. 15 Jan. 1866. 

4. Georgina, d. young. 5. Lucy, d. 1822, unm. 

Sir Richard Bourke, a distinguished officer, was Lieutenant-Gover- 
nor of the Cape of Good Hope from 1825 to 1828, and Govern or- 
in-Chief of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land from 1831 to 
Dec. 1837. He d. 12 Aug. 1855, and was s. by his 2nd son, 

RICHARD BOURKE, of Thornfields, co. Limerick, J.P., D.L., 
b. 30 May, 1812, Barrister-at-Law, and Local Government Inspector : 
of O'Grady of Kilballyowen, co. 
leaving by her (who d. 1878) issue, 



m. 10 Oct. 1844, Anne, dau. of O'Grady of Kilballyowen, co. 
Limerick, and d. 5 April, 1904, lea ' 
with three daus., four sons, 

\. JOHN ULICK, late of Thornfields. 

2. Richard, Local Government Auditor, b. 5 Feb. 1849; m. 1898, 
Helena Mary, only dau. of Daniel Cronin-Coltsman, of Glenflesk 
Castle (see that family). 

3. Gerald, late Capt. Horse Artillery, b. 19 April, 1850 ; m. 
1882. Blanche, dau. of Gen. Sir William Payn, K.C.B. 

4. Edmund, Commr. Local Gov. Board (Ireland), b. 12 Feb. 1857. 

1. Anne Elizabeth. 

2. Alice Slaney, m. Commander John Warde Osborne, R.N. 

3. Una Mary, m. 29 Sept. 1896, Rev. W. I. Adams, succentor of 
St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick. 

The eldest "son, 




JOHN ULICK BOURKE, of Thornfields, Barrister-at-Law, Res. 
Magistrate in Ireland, b. 8 July, 1845 ; m. 1876, Elizabeth Agnes, 
dau. of Col. John Vandeleur, late loth Hussars, of Ballinacourty, co. 
Limerick, and d. 17 May, 1910, leaving issue, 

1. RICHARD VANDELEUR, now of Thornfields. 

2. Ulick Launcelot, b. 1888. 

1. Slaney Agnes. 2. Aileen Anne. 

Seat Thornfields, Lisnagry, co. Limerick. 



LEGGKE-BOTJRKE OF HAYES. 

NIGEL WALTER 

HENRY LEGGE- 
BOURKE, of Hayes, co. 
Meath, b. 13 Nov. 
1889, Lieut. Cold- 
stream Guards, a Page 
of Honour to H.M. 
King Edward VII 
1902-06. Mr. Legge- 
Bourke, who is the 
only son of Hon. Sir 
Henry Charles Legge, 
K.C.V.O. (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, DARTMOUTH, 
E.), by Hon. Amy 
Gwendoline Lambart, 
dau. of Gustavus 
William Lambart, of 
Bean Pare, co. Meath 
(see that family], as- 
sumed the name and 
arms of BOURKE by 
Royal Licence, 26 April, 1911, on succeeding to the 
estate of the Hon. Henry Lorton Bourke, of Hayes, 
co. Meath (see BURKE'S Peerage, MAYO, E.). 

Arms Quarterly, ist and 4 th, per fess or and erm., a cross gu. 
in the ist quarter a lion ramp., and in the 2nd a hand erect couped 
at the wrist, both sa., on a canton gu., three narcissi pierced arg. 
(for BOURKE) ; 2nd and 3rd, az., a stag's head cabossed arg. (for 
LEGGE). Crests ist, a cat-a-mountain sejeant guardant ppr., 
collared gu., chained or (for BOURKE) ; 2nd, out of a ducal crest 
coronet a plume of six feathers alternately arg. and az. (for LEGUE). 
Mottoes ist, A Cruce Salus (for BOURKE) ; 2nd, Gaudet tenta- 
mine virtus (for LEGGE). 

Seat Hayes, Beau Pare, co. Meath. 



BOTJRKE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, MAYO, E. 



BOWEN OF BOWEN'S COURT. 

HENRY CHARLES 
COLE BOWEN, of 
Bo wen's Court, co. 
Cork, M.A. Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, Barrister-at- 
Law, b. 21 Jan. 1862 ; 
m. 10 April, 1890, 
Florence Isabella, 3rd 
dau. of the late Henry 
FitzGeorge Colley, of 
Mount Temple, co. 
Dublin (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, HARBERTON, 
V. ), and has issue, 

Elizabeth Dorothea Cole, 

b. 7 June, 1899. 

Lineage. This family is 
lineally descended from 
HARRY BOWEN, of Court 
House, in Ilston, co. Glamor- 
gan (2nd son of THEODORE 
BOWEN AP HARRY BOWEN, of 
Court House, to MAENARCH, 
Lord of Brecknock, i4th 
in descent from CARADOC 
VRAICHVRAS), who d. in 1582, leaving with other issue, a son, 

HENRY BOWEN, of Llanellan, co. Glamorgan, m. to Margaret, daui. 
of H. Holland, Rector of Cheriton. His son, 




IRELAND. 



Bowen. 



HENRY BOWEN, a Colonel in Cromwell's army, was the first of 
this family who settled in Ireland. He m. ist, Anne, dau. and 
heir of Henry Mansell, by whom he had, with other issue, 

JOHN, whos. him. 

He m. andly, Katherine, dau. of William Price, of Gellihir, and d. 
at Farrihy, co. Cork, 1658 (his will is dated 18 Dec. 1658, and proved 
10 Feb. 1658-59), and was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN BOWEN, of Farrihy, m. 1660, Mary, dau. and heir of John 
Nicholls, of Kilbolane, co. Cork, Capt. in the Army, and had issue, 
three sons and two daus. He d. in the year 1718, and was s. by his 
eldest son, 

JOHN BOWEN, of Kilbolane, m. ist, 1691, Deborah, dau. of Arthur 
Hyde, of Castle Hyde, co. Cork, by whom he had no issue. He m. 
andly, i6g'5, Catherine, dau. of Richard Stephens, of Newcastle, co. 
Limerick, and d. 1720, having by her had (with two daus.), 

1. HENRY, of Kilbolane. 

2. JOHN, of Carrigadrohid, co. Cork, m. 1724, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Rev. D. Chidley Coote, and had issue, 

John, of Carrigadrohid Castle and Oak Grove, m. ist, Katberine, 
dau. of Angel Scott, of Cahircon, co. Clare, and by her had 
issue, 

(1) Katherine, m. James Barry. 

(2) Jane, m. 1777, John Colthurst, of Dripsey Castle, and had 
issue (see that family). 

(3) Margaret, m. 18 Dec. 1787, Robert Warren Gumbleton, 
of Fort William Park, co. Waterford, and Glanatore, co. 
Cork, and had issue. 

He m. andly, 1797, Anne, dau. of Benjamin White, of Bride- 
park, co. Cork, and d. 1824, having by her (who was bur. 15 Oct. 
1850) had, 

(i) John, of Carrigadrohid and Oak Grove", b. 15 Jan. 1798 ; 

m. 3 June, 1819, Mary, dau. and heir of William Honner, of 

Roundhill, co. Cork, and d. g May, 1870, having by her 

(who was bur. 12 March, 1862) had issue, 

1. John, of Oak Grove, b. 27 May, 1824 ; m. ist, by licence 
dated 20 May, 1847, Mary Isabella Beamish, dau. of 
Ma?. Adderley Beamish-Bernard, of Palace Ann and 
Kilcoleman House, co. Cork. She d.s.p. March, 1865. 
He m. andly, Dora Anne, dau. of Abraham Cross, of Cork, 
and d.s.p. 24 May, 1873. 

2. William Honner, b. 16 July, 1827; d. ttnm. 17 July, 
1864. 

3. Edward Riggs White, b. 10 Aug. 1835 ; d. unm. Aug. 
1873. 

4. Robert Walter Travers, of Oak Grove, and Dripsey 
Castle, co. Cork, b. 16 March 1840, assumed by Royal 
Licence, 1882, the additional surname and arms of COL- 
THURST ; m. 15 Aug. 1878, Georgina de Bellasis, dau. of 
Alfred Greer, of Dripsey House, by Peggy his wife, dau. 
of John Colthurst, of Dripsey Castle, and d. 1 6 Nov. 1896, 
leaving issue (see BOWEN-COLTHURST of Dripsey). 

1. Wilhelmina Maria, d. unm. 15 Nov. 1890. 

2. Anne White, d. unm. 17 April, 1889. 

3. Eliza Travers, of Coolalta, co. Cork, d.'unm. Nov. 1910. 

4. Catherine Jane, d. an infant. 

5. Mary, d. an infant. 

6. Frances Mary, m. James Gartside, and has issue. 

7. Mary Sarah, d. unm. 9 April, 1869. 

8. Helena Jane Travers, m. 8 Aug. 1867, William Boyle 
Moore, of Borleigh, co. Cork. 

3. Stephens. 
The eldest son, 

HENRY BOWEN, of Kilbolane, co. Cork, m. 1716, Jane, only 
child and heir of Robert Cole, of Ballymackey, co. Tipperary, and 
by her had issue, a dau., Catherine Bowen, and a son, 

'HENRY COLE BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, m. 6 Jan. 1760, his ist 
cousin Margaret, dau. of Ralph Warter Wilson, and d. March, 1788, 
having had by her (who d. 1802) eight sons and six daus., 

1. HENRY COLE, of Bowen's Court. 
1 2. John, m. Martha Randall, and d.s.p. 

3. Ralph, m. 1804, Mary, dau. of Edmund Doherty, of Mount 
Bruis, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

i. Henry, m. Anne Jane, dau. of Hampden Ely, and had, 
(i) Ralph, d.s.p. (2) Hampden, d. unm. 

(3) Henry, d. unm. 

(1) Anne, m. Francis B. Cole Metge, of Sion, co. Meath. 

(2) Mary. 

2 Edmond, m. Miss Lysaght. and had a son, Edmond. 

3. Charles, d. 1889, leaving issue. 

i. Jane. 2. Mary, m. Ven. Archdeacon Pryce Peacock. 

3. Elizabeth, m. Col. H. E. F. B. Sidley. 

4. Robert, m. i Feb. 1806, Elizabeth, dau. of William Galwey. 
and d. 10 May, 1827, having by her (who d. 1861) had issue, 

1. HENRY COLE, of whom presently. 

2. Robert Cole, Barrister-at-Law, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph 
Mason, of Cooline, co. Limerick. 

3. Edward, bapt. 30 Oct. 1817 ; d.s.p. 

i. Elizabeth, bapt. 15 Oct. 1824 ; m. Matthew Braddell. 

5. Nicholls, m. Brianna, dau. of Robert Travers, and had issue, 

1. Henry; 2. Robert; 3. Nicholls; 4. John; and i. Brianna; 

2. Mary ; 3. Catherine. 

6. William, d. unm. 

7. Stephens, m. and had two sons, i. Henry ; 2. Stephens. 

8. Edward, d.s.p. 

1. Jane, m. Rev. William Berkley. 

2. Thomasine, m. Hon. George Jocelyn (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
RODEN, E.). She d. 15 Oct. 1818. He d. leaving issue. 

3. Catherine, m. John Wight. 

4. Margaret, m. ist, 1798, William Perry, and 2ndly, Maunsell. 

5. Henrietta, m. John Metge, M.P., of Athlumney, and had issue. 
(see METGE of Athlumney). 

I.L.G 



6. Isabella, m. 7 Jan. 1830, Edward Sheffield Cassan. 
The eldest son, 

HENRY COLE BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, m. 1789, Catherine, dau. 
of Henry Prittie (afterwards Lord Dunalley), and d.s.p. 1837, when 
he was s. by his nephew, 

HENRY COLE BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, J.P., b. 28 Jan. 1808 ; 
m. 7 March, 1829, Eliza Wade (d. 18 May, 1868), dau. of St. John 
Galwey, M.D., of Mallow, and d. 15 Sept. 1841, having had issue, 

1. ROBERT ST. JOHN COLE, late of Bowen's Court. 

2. Henry Cole, Capt. R.A. ,b. 29 March, 1838 ; d 27 Sept. 1874. 

1. Sarah Cole, m. 8 Feb. 1859, Rev. Brabazon T. Disney, M.A., 
who d. 1902. 

2. Anne Cole. 

3. Henrietta Cole, m. 15 Sept. 1863, her cousin, Arthur Gethin 
Creagh, and has issue. 

The elder son, 

ROBERT ST. JOHN COLE BOWEN, of Bowen's Court, J.P. cos. 
Cork and Tipperary, High Sheriff for the latter co. 1865, Capt. 87th 
South Cork Light Infantry, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 13 Aug. 
1830 ; m. ist, 3 Dec. 1860, Elizabeth Jane, 2nd dau. of Charles 
Clarke, D.L., of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary, and by her (who 
d. 20 Aug. 1881) had issue, 

1. HENRY CHARLES COLE, now of Bowen's Court. 

2. Robert Cole, b. 9 April, 1863 ; Capt. Essex Regt. ; d. 3 Aug. 
1894. 

3. Charles Otway Cole, D.S.O., Major R.E., served in S. African 
War 1899-1901 (despatches twice, D.S.O.), b. 30 Aug. 1867 ; d. 
unm. 18 March, 1910. 

4. Edward Neville Cole, b. and d. 1870. 

5. St. John Cole, Res. Magistrate O.R. Colony, b. 20 Sept. 1872 ; 
m. 1903, Winifred, dau. of Edward Rosslein, of Winburg, O.R. 
Colony, and has issue, 

1. Robert Edward Cole, b. 1904. 

2. Henry Cole, b. 1906. 

6. Arthur Marshal Cole, b. 3 Dec. 1873 ; d. 17 Jan. 1874. 

7. Mervyn William Cole, b. 4 March, 1875 ; m. March, 1901, Mary 
Florence, dau. of John Wild, of Rhyl, co. Flint. 

8. William Walter Travers Cole, b. 24 Feb. and d. 29 May, 1077 

1. Sarah Frances Cole. 

2. Elizabeth Harriet Mary Cole, d. 27 Oct. 1865. 

3. Anne Marcella Cole. 4. Mary Elizabeth Cole. 
5. Elizabeth Constance Cole. 

He m. 2ndly, Nov. 1882, Georgiana Constance Antoinette (who 
d.s.p. 8 July, 1886), 4th dau. of Charles Garden Mansergh, of Clifford, 
co. Cork, and d. 28 July, 1888, when he was s. by his eldest son. 

Arms Az., a stag lodged arg., attired or, and vulned in the 
back, with an arrow gu. Crest A hawk close ppr. 
Cautus a futuro. 

Seat Bowen's Court, Kildorrery, co. Cork. 



BOWEN OF HOLLYMOUNT. 

THE HON. AND REV. 
WILLIAM EDWARD 
BOWEN, of Holly- 
mount, co. Mayo, M.A. 
Balliol Coll. Oxford, 
6. Nov. 1862 ; m. 
1890, Catharine, dau. 
of the late Rev. Canon 
Morse, Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Nottingham. 

Lineage. WILLIAM 
BOWEN, of Hollymount, co. 
Mayo, m. Sarah Blake and 
had two sons, 

1. CHRISTOPHER, his heir. 

2. William, m. Ellen 
Burke, and d. 1786, leaving 
a son, 

CHRISTOPHER, of whom 
hereafter. 
The elder son, 

CHRISTOPHER BOWEN, of 
Hollymount m< Anne Allen, 
but by her had no male issue ; his dau. 

Anne, m. Anthony Elwood, of Annefield, co. Mayo, and had a 

son, Anthony Elwood, who assumed the surname of BOWEN. 
Mr. Bowen d. 1812. His nephew, 

CHRISTOPHER BOWEN, J.P., of Hollymount, m. 1800, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Croasdaile Miller, of Milford, and by her (who d. Jan. 1815), 
had issue, 

1. CHRISTOPHER (Rev.), his heir. 

2. Croasdaile of Milford, assumed by Royal Licence, dated i Feb. 
1812, the surname and arms of MILLER (see MILLER of Milford). 

3. Charles, b. 15 May, 1804 ; m. 19 Nov. 1829, Georgiana, dau. of 
Joseph Lambert, of Brookhill, co. Mayo, and d. 3 April, 1871, 
leaving issue (see BURKE'S Colonial Gentry). She d. n Aug. 1902, 

4. Robert, m. Jane, dau. of Edward R. Courtenay, of Drumselk, 
co. Down, and d. 1882. She d. same year, leaving issue. 

5 William d. unm. 6. Edward George, d t unm. 1873. 

1. Anne, d. unm. 1876. 2. Eliza Louisa, d. 1834. 

Mr. Bowen d. Aug. 1828, and was s. by his eldest son, 




Bowen. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



66 



REV. CHRISTOPHER BOWEN, M.A., of Hollymount, and Heather- 
wood, Isle of Wight, formerly Rector of St. Thomas, Winchester, 
b. 16 Oct. 1801 ; m. 17 Jan. 1834, Katherine Emily, dau. of Sir 
Richard Steele, 3rd bart. of Hampstead, and d. 1890, having by her 
(who d. i Feb. 1902) had issue, 

1. CHARLES SYNGE CHRISTOPHER, late of Hollymount. 

2. Edward Ernest, M.A., late Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb., and 
Senior Assistant Master of Harrow School, b. March, 1836 ; d. 
unm. 8 April, 1901. 

3. Francis Robert Steele, B.A., Barrister-at-Law, took the addi- 
tional name of GRAVES, on his marriage with Frances Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Maxwell Steele Graves, Bart, of Mickleton Manor, 
co. Gloucester, and d. 16 July, 1876. 

The eldest son, 

THE RIGHT HON. SIR CHARLES SYNGE CHRISTOPHER BOWEN, 
BARON BOWEN, of Hollymount, co. Mayo, and of Colwood, Sussex, 
b. i Jan. 1835, F.R.S., Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, and Visitor of Balliol 
Coll. ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1861, appointed Recorder 
of Penzance 1872 ; a Judge of the Queen's Bench Division 1879, 
Lord Justice of Appeal 1882, and sworn a Privy Councillor same 
year. In 1893 he was made a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, and 
was created a peer for life as BARON BOWEN, of Colwood. He m. 
Feb. 1862, Emily Frances, dau. of James Meadows Rendel, F.R.S., 
and d. ii April, 1894, leaving issue, 

1. WILLIAM EDWARD, now of Hollymount. 

2. Maxwell Steele, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Derbyshire Regt. (Savile 
and Royal Automobile Clubs), b. Oct. 1865. 

1. Ethel Kate, b. Nov. 1870 ; m. 1894, Josiah Clement Wedfwood, 

of Moddershall, Stone, Staffs., M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyne, 

son of the late Clement Francis Wedgwood, of Barlaston, and has 

issue. 

Arms Gu., a stag trippant arg., pierced in the back with 

an arrow and attired or. Crest A falcon close ppr. belled or. 

Motto Esse quam videri 

Residences 119, Barkston Gardens, S.W., and Glenheadon, 

Totland, Isle of Wight. Club Athenaeum. 



BOWEN OF MANTTJA AND BTJRT HOUSE. 

EDWARD FERGUSON BOWEN, of Mantua, co. 
Roscommon, and Burt House, co. Donegal, D.L. 
co. Roscommon, J.P. cos. Donegal, Roscommon 
and Wexford, High Sheriff co. Roscommon 1901, 
b. 1860; m. 6 Sept. 1887, Louisa Frances, elder 
dau. and cc-heir of Richard Joseph Grace, of Bruff, 
co. Limerick, and nicee of the late John Dowell 
FitzGerald Grace, of Mantua and Gracefield (see 
below). Mr. Bowen is the eldest son of the late 
John Gordon Bowen, J.P., of Burt House, co. 
Donegal (who d. 1891), by Emily Harriet his 
wife, dau. of Arthur Willoughby Cole-Hamilton, 
of Beltrim (see that family), 

Lineage. OLIVER GRACE, of Gracefield, b. 1661, eldest son of 
William Grace, of Ballylinch Castle, co. Kilkenny, by Ellinor dau. 
of Pierce Butler (eldest son of ist Viscount Galmoy), and of 
Margaret, dau. of Nicholas, ist Viscount Netterville, m. Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Bryan, of Bawnmore, co. Kilkenny. He d. 8 June, 
1708, and had issue, 

MICHAEL GRACE, of Gracefield, inherited as coheir-at-law with 
his nephew Robert Grace, of Courtstown, the undevised estates of 
the Sheffield family in Sussex, Middlesex and York, m. Mary, dau. 
of John Galway, of Lota House, co. Cork, and Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Meade, and son of Sir John Meade, ancestor of Earls of 
Clanwilliam, and had issue, 

1. OLIVER, of Gracefield, his heir. 

2. John, d. 1777. 

3. William, m. Mary, dau. of Richard Harford, of Marshfield, co. 
Dublin, and ancestor of Grace barcnets (see BURKE'S Peerage) 

Mr. Grace d. 19 Feb. 1 760. His eldest son, 

OLIVER GRACE, of Gracefield, m. Mary, dau. and heiress of John 
Dowell, of Montagh, now Mantua, co. Roscommon, and had issue 

1. Michael, of Gracefield, d. 9 Jan. 1797, having m. 19 Feb. 1760 
Mary, dau. and coheir of Nicholas Plunket, of Dunsoghly co' 
Dublin, and dying 25 Aug. 1785, aged 63, left an only child, 

Alicia Grace, of Gracefield, m. June, 1792, Morgan Kavanagh 
3rd son of Thomas Kavanagh, of Borris House (see that family)' 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

Mr. Grace d. 24 Aug. 1782, aged 77. The 2nd son, 

JOHN GRACE, of Mantua, b. 1734, served several years in the 
Austrian Army; m. 3 July, 1783, Mary Clare, 2nd dau. and co- 
heiress of Patrick Hussey, of Ardmore, co. Kerry, by whom (who 
d. 7 Nov. 1819) he had one son and two daus., 
1. OLIVER DOWELL JOHN, his heir. 

1. Catherine Eliza, m. Aug. 1821, Rice Hussey, of Milltown 
co. Kerry. 

2. Maria, a nun, d. April, 1837. 

Mr. Grace d. 25 April, 1811, at the age of 75. His only son, 

OLIVER DOWELL JOHN GRACE, of Mantua, and of Gracefield 
Queen's Co., chief of his house, and male representative of the 
ancient feudal Lords of Courtstown, late M.P. for co. Roscommon 



J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1831, b. 19 Oct. 1791 ; m. 3 Sept. 1819, 
Frances Mary, only dau. of the late Sir Richard Nagle, Bart, of 
Jamestown, co. Westmeath, by his ist wife, Catherine FitzGerald, 
of Punchars Grange, co. Kildare, and by her (who d. i June, 1828) 
had issue, 

1. JOHN DOWELL FITZGERALD, late of Mantua. 

2. Richard Joseph, R.M., of Bruff, co. Limerick, 6. 8 March, 1824 ; 
m. ist, Nov. 1848, Mary Jane, dau. of William Sweetman, of 
Raheny, co. Dublin, which lady d.s.p. i Sept. 1858. He m. 
2ndly, Barbara, dau. of James Taaffe, of Loughboy, co. Mayo, 
and d. May 1864, leaving by her two daus. and coheirs, 

1. LOUISA FRANCES, m. (as above) 6 Sept. 1887, EDWARD 
FERGUSON BOWEN, of Burt House, Donegal. 

2. FRANCES MARY, m. 5 Oct. 1886, Capt. Joseph Henry Lachlan 
White, D.L., late 5th (Northumberland) Fusiliers, of Bredfield 
House, Woodbridge, Suffolk (see WHITE of Gracefield). 

3. Raymond Joseph, d. 13 Oct. 1831. 

1. Mary Clare, m. 6 March, 1848, Robert Archbold, of Davids- 
town, co. Kildare, who d. Feb. 1853. She d. 11 Aug. 1892. 
Mr. Grace d. 1871. His eldest son, 

JOHN DOWELL FITZGERALD GRACE, of Mantua House, co. Ros- 
common, and Gracefield, Queen's Co., J.P. co. Westmeath and 
Queen's Co., High Sheriff for the latter co. 1858, J.P. and D.L. co. 
Roscommon, High Sheriff 1847, b. 11 July, 1821 ; m. i Feb. 1855, 
Grace, dau. of Thomas Thistlethwayte, of Southwick Park, Hants, 
by Tryphena, his wife, youngest dau. of Dr. Henry Bathurst, Bishop 
of Norwich. She d. 1881. He d.s.p. n May, 1897, and was s. 
by his two nieces. 

Seats Mantua House, Castlerea, co. Roscommon, and Burt 
House, Londonderry. Club Kildare Street. 



BOWEN-COLTHTJRST. See COLTHUBST. 



BOWLES OF AHERN. 

SPOTSWOOD BOWLES, of Ahern, co. Cork, b. 7 
Oct. 1854 ; s. his uncle, Major George Bowles, in 
1886; m. 30 Nov. 1899, Grace Elizabeth, dau. of 
the late Sir Edward Hudson- Kinahan, Bart. 
(see BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage). 

Lineage. THOMAS BOLES, b. 1608 ; who was settled at 
Liscarroll, co. Cork, prior to the Rebellion of 1641 ; is mentioned 
as Captain in the depositions of Col. Richard Townsend, of 
Col. John Gifforde, and of Capt. Peter Gary, taken in 
Cork 1654, by the State Commissioners, as one who did 
good service in securing the city for the English interest 
in 1649. He is styled Captain in a deposition made by 
himself in 1654, and also in his will, dated 16 Nov. 1682, proved 1683. 
He was admitted a freeman of Cork 1656. His brother Richard 
Boles, b. 1614, had a grant of lands confirmed to him as one of the 
officers who served before June 5, 1649, in the Barony of Orrery and 
Kilmore and co. Cork, m. 1645, Abigail, dau. of Ende of Cork, 
merchant, and made over his property by deed to his eldest son, 
Thomas, in his lifetime, reserving an annuity for himself and wife. 
He d. 1693, buried in the old church of Killybraher, where " The 
Tomb of the Boles's of Moyge " still remains. He was the direct 
ancestor of the Rev. James Thomas Boles, A.M., J.P. for Devon, 
sometime of Crpwcombe Rectory, Somerset, who s. to Ryll Court, 
Devon, and an interest in Moyge, co. Cork, on the death of his uncle, 
Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Boles, in 1850. 

Capt. Thomas Boles had by Anne his wife (who was buried at 
Cloyne Cathedral) two sons, 

1. John, of Kilbree, after of Inch, had no son, his property, which 
was very considerable, went by his will, dated 22 March, 1700, 
proved 8 May, 1702, between his three daus., 

1. Elizabeth, m. 1694, Samuel Hodder, of Fountainstown. 

2. Anne, m. 1700, Randal Warner, of Liscremin. 

3. Mary, of Kilbree, after of Inch, who d. unm. and intestate 

2. THOMAS, who carried on the family. 

Capt. Thomas Boles d. 26 June, 1683. His 2nd son, 

THOMAS BOLES, of Ballinacurra, b. 13 April, 1646 ; m. 1682, 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Downing, of Broomfield, Midleton, co. 
Cork, had, with other issue, 

1. Thomas, who had an eldest son, 

Thomas, who inherited the Kilbree and Carrig estates on the 
death of Mary Boles, his cousin. He left two daus., 

(1) Anne, m. Henry Bowles, of Glenaboy and Youghal. 

(2) Mary, m. William Peard, of Peardmount. 

2. John, of Woodstock, 1726, after of Carringnashinny, m. Margery, 
dau. of John Colborne, of Ballintubber, will dated 26 June, 1739, 
d. 1739, buried in Cloyne, ancestor of the branches who resided at 
Mogeely, Springfield, and Kilmountain, now extinct in the male 
line. 3. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

Thomas Boles made his will 12 Nov. 1698. His youngest son, 

ROBERT BOLES, of Springfield, near Tallow, m. ist, 1716, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of John Croker, of Ballyanker, near Lismore, and left a 
son, 

1. Jonathan, d.s.p.m. 



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Boyd. 



ie m. 2ndly, 1731, Katherine, dau. of Richard Benjer, of Springfield, 
ind had by her two sons and a dau., 

2. Spotswood, Col. of the Bombay Artillery, who was killed by 
one of his own guns at the taking of a fort on the Malabar coast, 
m. and d.s.p. 

3. GEORGE, of whom hereafter. 

1. Anne, m. Charles Nixon Green, of Youghal. 
Robert Boles d. 1746. His youngest son, 

GEORGE BOLES, afterwards BOWLES, of Mountprospect, near 
Tallow, co. Cork (the name being so spelt in his military com-, 
mission and continued by him and his descendants), J.P., b. 1739 ; 
was a Lieut. 7th Light Dragoons ; m. 1764, Dorothea, dau. of 
Henry Hunt, of Friarstown, co. Limerick, and by her (who d. 
1838, aged 94) left issue, 

1. Henry, J.P., of Glanaboy and Youghal, m. Ann, dau. of Thos. 
Boles, of Youghal, and d.s.p.m. 1824, when his estates went 
between his daus. and their issue. 

2. George, of Mountprospect, Maj. 8th Kegt. of Foot, served | 
in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby ; m. ist, Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Nason, of Newtown, co. Cork; she d. without surviving 
issue ; and andly, Catherine Jones, dau. of William Hall, of Bath, 
and d. 1826, leaving issue, three sons, 

1. George, of Mountprospect, d. 15 May, 1879, leaving issue. 

2. Harry, Lieut. H.E.I.C.S., d. in India, 14 Sept. 1864, leaving I 
issue. 

3. William, Lieut. 66th Regt., d. unm. 1879. 

3. SPOTSWOOD, of whom hereafter. 

1. Ann, m. Francis Woodley, of Leades, co. Cork, and had issue. 

2. Catherine, m. Lieut.-Col. John Creighton, and had issue. 

3. Dorothea, m. Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Oakes, and bart., of I 
Mitcham, Surrey, and had issue. 

4. Margaret, m. Rev. Ralph Wartar Wilson, of Kilcummer, co. 
Cork, and had issue. 

5. Charlotte, m. Lieut. Henry Palmer, 68th Regt., after 37th 
Regt. 

6. Maria, m. ist, Lieut.-Col. Browning ; 2ndlv, Lieut.-Col. 
Bradish. 

7. Sophia, m. ist, Robert Corban ; 2ndly, John Benjamin Bloom- 
field. 

8. Harriet, m. Major-Gen. James Alexander, and had issue. 

9. Isabella de Vere, m. Wm. Woodley, Lieut. City of Cork Militia, 
and had issue. 

George Bowles (whose will is dated 12 Feb. 1792) d. 1803, and was 
buried at Tallow. His 3rd son, 

SPOTSWOOD BOWLES, of Ahern, co. Cork, J.P., sometime Lieut. 
29th Regt., b. 1784 ; m. 1812, Jane (d. 24 Dec. 1885), eldest dau. of 
Thomas John, of Youghal, J.P., and d. 2 Feb. 1864, having had j 
issue, 

1. GEORGE, late of Ahern. 

2. Thomas John, b. 5 Dec. 1814 ; Lieut, ggth Regt., d. 7 March, 
1885. 

3. Henry, b. 23 July, 1816 ; d. unm. 1859. 

4. Spotswood, of Springfield, Castlemartyr, b. 3 April, 1818 ; 
m. 29 Nov. 1849, Anne Eliza Boles, eldest dau. of William Webb, of 
Castlenugent, J.P. co. Longford, s. to Springfield and Mogeely, 
near Castlemartyr, on the death of his relative, Rev. William 
Boles, 1855, and d. i Nov. 1893, having by her (who d. 10 Aug. 
1892) had issue, ^ 

1. WILLIAM, of Springfield, co. Cork, b. 8 Dec. 1850; m. 20 
Jan. 1898, Elizabeth Wood (d. 9 May, 1904), eldest dau. of 
Francis Edward Rowland, J.P., of Kilboy House, Cloyne, co. 
Cork. He d. 19 Nov. 1911. 

2. SPOTSWOOD, now of Ahern. 

3. George Henry, now of Springfield, co. Cork, b. 6 Sept. 
1856. 

5. William John, d. unm. 1822. 

6. John Wright (Rev.), b. 13 Oct. 1823, M.A., Incumbent of 
Nenagh and Archdeacon of Killaloe ; m, ist, 24 June, 1852, Ann 
Charlotte, dau. of William Henry Gabbett, of Caherline, co. 
Limerick. She d. 17 April, 1853, leaving issue, 

i. Ann Charlotte, m. n Nov. 1875, Gen. Sir William Henry 

Seymour, K.C.B., Colonel, Queen's Bays. 

Rev. J. W. Bowles m. 2 ndly, !7 June, 1858, Eliza, dau. of John 
Andrews, of Ratheny, J.P. King's Co. She d. 21 Aug. 1898. He 
d. 24 Auff. 1888, having had further issue, 

1. Ludlow Tonson, b. 28 April, 1859 ; Maj. (retired) East 
Surrey Regt., m. 18 Jan. 1894, Rosa Elizabeth, dau. of the 
late, the Right Hon. W. S. Baxter, M.P. for Montrose Burghs. 

2. Spotswood Robert, M.A., b. 24 July, 1862. 

3. John de Vere, Capt. R.F.A., b. 19 March, 1877 ; m. 2 Feb. 
1905. Evelyn Grahame, dau. of William Walker Tennant, 
of Ballinard, Fethard, co. Tipperary. 

2. Eliza Rebecca, d. 14 Feb. 1865. 

3. Ida Jane. 

7. William Robert, b. 19 Oct. 1827, of Liverpool, late Lieut. 
South Cork Militia, m. and d. 5 March, 1890, leaving issue. 

8. Vere Hunt, of Rosanna, co. Cork, b. 6 April, 1829 ; Lieut.- 
Gen. in the Army, formerly Col. commanding Sard Regimental 
District. Served with the 63rd Regt. throughout the Crimean 
Campaign 1854-5, which corps he commanded as Lieut.-Col. from 
Aug. 1867 till Dec. 1875, when he exchanged into the 37th Foot, 
and was appointed to the command of the 83rd Regimental 
District at Belfast, 17 Oct. 1877. Had the Crimean medal with 
four clasps for Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Sebastopol, the I 
5th Class Order of the Medjidie and Turkish War Medal, m. \ 
4 June, 1868, Ellen Anne (d. 2 Sept. roil), dau. of Robert 
Hunt, of Cloughnadromin and Green Hills, J.P. co. Limerick. 
He d. 7 Jan. 1904. 

1. Margaret Sarah Lydia, d. an infant, 1822. 

2. Dorothea, d. 24 May, 1907, having m. Richard Nason, of New- 
town, and had issue. 




3. Margaret John, m. 27 Feb. 1862, James Matthew Green, Capt. 

7oth Regt., eldest son of Thomas Murdock Green, of Aghadoe, 

Killeagh, co. Cork, J.P., and had issue. She d. 14 Nov. 1896. 
Mr. Bowles was s. by his eldest son, 

GEORGE BOWLES, of Ahern, M.A., Major South Cork Militia. 
b, 8 Oct. 1813 ; d. 26 Feb. 1886, and was s. by his nephew. 

Seat Ahern, Conna, co. Cork. 



BOYD OF BALLYMACOOL. 

WILLIAM HENRY 
BOYD, of Bally macool, 
co. Donegal, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 1892, 
b. 26 Aug. 1843 ; s. his 
uncle, 1891, and assumed 
by Royal Licence the 
name of BOYD, in lieu of 
his patronymic Porter ; 
m. 15 July, 1879, Char- 
lotte Agnes, dau. of Col. 
James Henry Dopping, 
J.P. (see that family), and 
has issue, 

1. JOHN DOPPING, b. 14 Feb. 
1886, 2nd Lieut. Queen's Regt. 

2. William Henry Ker Porter, 
b. 4 Feb. 1890. 

3. Charles Knox Basil Boyd, R.N.R., b. 2 June, 1892. 

1. Mary Rosalie, b. 8 June, 1880. 

2. Helen, b. 17 April, 1882. 

3. Agnes, b. 18 April, 1888 ; m. 2 June, 1910, Walter Newton 
Drew, of Raincliffe, Ecclesfield, Yorks, only son of late Major 
Edwin Drew, R.A.M.C. 

4. Haidee, b. 4 June, 1891 

-Liineagre. JOHN BOYD, of Letterkenny, son of JOHN BOYD, of 
Letterkenny. and grandson of JOHN BOYD, who built the family 
mansion of Letterkenny, 1672, claimed descent from a younger 
branch of the ancient Scottish family of Boyd, Earls of Kilmarnock, 
m. 1736, Ann, dau. of Alderman Gamble, 'of Deny, and had, with 
other issue, 

1. J OHN, his heir. 2. Robert. 

3. William Stewart, Lieut. Carbineers, killed in India. 

4. Mossum, an officer of Customs, who left issue. 

5. Archibald, of Derry (who m. Anne MacNeill, of the Colonsay 
family, and was father of the gallant Capt. JOHN MACNEILL 
BOYD, R.N., of the '' Ajax," who perished at Kingstown, near 
Dublin, in the memorable storm of 9 Feb. 1861, and of Archibald 
Boyd, Dean of Exeter). 

6. Alexander. 

Mr. Boyd d. 1764, and was s. by his son, 

JOHN BOYD, Major in the Donegal Militia, b. 1740 ; m. 1766, 
Martha, eldest dau. of Col. Stewart, Governor of Bahama Islands, 
and d. 1810, leaving a son, 

JOHN BOYD, Barrister-at-Law, b. 20 Aug. 1769 ; m. 26 Jan. 1799, 
Frances, 2nd dau. of Sir Samuel Hayes, Bart, of Drumboe Castle, 
and d. 1836, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN ROBERT, of Ballymacool. 

2. William, Capt. in the 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, afterwards 
Capt. and Brevet Major in the Scots Greys, d. unm. in the Crimea 
1854. 

1. Mary, m. Jan. 1835, William H. Porter, of Mildmay Park, 
London, son of Henry Porter. She d. 1886, having by him (who 
d. 1883) had issue, 

i. WILLIAM HENRY, now of Ballymacool. 

1. Mary, d. 1905. 

2. Rose, d. 1909, having m. 1871, Rev. James Colby, M.A. 

3. Anna Lighten. 

2. Patty, d. unm. 3. Frances, d. unm. 

4. Anna Maria, m. William Stewart Ross, of Sheep Hill, co. 
Derry, and is deceased. 

5. Isabella, m. John Robinson, and is dec. 
The elder son, 

JOHN ROBERT BOYD, of Ballymacool, co. Donegal, J.P. and 
D.L., M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff 
1846, b. 24 June, 1806 ; m. 6 Aug. 1851, Mary Louisa, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. William Knox, of Clonleigh, and d. 30 March, 1891. 
She d. i Sept. 1878. He was s. by his nephew, WILLIAM HENRY, 
now of Ballymacool. 

Arms Az., a fess chequy arg. and gu. in chief a trefoil or. 
Crest A dexter hand, couped at the wrist, erect, pointing upwards 
with thumb and first two fingers ppr., the hand charged with a 
trefoil or. Motto Confido. 

Seat Ballymacool, Letterkenny, co. Donegal. 



BOYD-ROCHFORT. 



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BOYLE OF LIMAVADY. 

ALEXANDER BOYLE, 
of Bridge Hill, Lima- 
vady, co. London- 
derry, J.P., B.A., 
Trin. Coll. Dublin 
*i868, called to the 
Bar at King's Inns, 
Dublin 1870, late 
Major Londonderry 
Artillery S. Div. R.A., 
member of the Town 
Commissioners and 
subsequently of the 
Urban Council of 
Limavady, b. 8 Aug. 
1845 ' m - 8 Jan. 1873, 
Louisa, youngest dau. 
of Brudenell Plum- 
mer, C.I., R.I.C. (see 
PLUMMER), of Mount Plummer, co. Limerick, by 
Martha Thomas his wife, and has issue, 

1. EDWARD MAURICE FITZ-GERALD, Solicitor (res. Gorteen, Lima- 
vady), b. i Nov. 1873 ; 29 June, 1898, Ethel Maude, eldest dau. 
of Capt. Robert Alexander Ogilby, D.L., of Pellipar House (see 
that family) , and has issue, 

1. Alexander Robert, b. 25 June, 1899. 

2. Edward Ogilby, b. n Oct. 1902. 
i. Gladys Maude, b. 19 Feb. 1901. 

2. Brudenell Plummer. M.I.E.E., b, 7 Aug. 1877 ; m. 1907, at the 
Cathedral, Singapore, Letitia Gwendoline Birney, only dau. of 
Edward Agnew Jones Stevenson, of Wellington, New Zealand, 
and has issue, 

Edward Brudenell Stevenson, b. 20 Nov. 1909. 

Alice Letitia Louisa, b. i Aug. 1908. 
8. Alexander Frederick, F.R.C.A., b. 29 April, 1880. 
4. Charles Edwin John, b. 13 Dec. 1884. 

1. Geraldine Olive Martha, b. 21 Dec. 1875. 

2. Louise Muriel, b. 9 April, 1883. 

Lineage. JAMES BOYLE, who settled at Limavady, and 
obtained a grant of lands from Phillips, was admitted and sworn 
a Freeman of the Corporation of Limavady 29 Oct. 1664, an d elected 
a Burgess 12 Dec. 1674 (which Corporation was created by Charter 
from JAMES I, 31 March, 1613), and subsequently seven times 
Provost of Limavady from the year 1677 to 1702. He d. 1719, 
leaving two sons, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. James, admitted Freeman of the Limavady Corporation 5 Oct 
1716. 

His eldest son, 

JOHN BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, Newtown- Limavady, was admitted 
Freeman of the Corporation 5 Oct. 1716, and was on the Vestry of 
the Parish of Drumachose from 1732 to 1746. The date stone 
in Bridge Hill House bears his name Anno 1732, with his Coat of 
Arms. He m. ist, Miss Harr, who d.s.p. He m. 2ndly, 29 Dec. 
1743, Ann, dau. of Alexander Ogilby (see that family), and by her (who 
m. andly, Charles Harris, of London, and d. 28 Nov. 1773) "had issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 2. ALEXANDER, of whom presently. 

1. Anne (Nancy), m. William Lane, and had issue. 

2. Mary, m. (setts, dated 10 Jan. 1767) Nicholas Moore, eldest 
son of Charles Moore, of Kilkeel, co. Down, and had issue. 

Mr. John Boyle was s. by his elder son, 

JAMES BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, Col. of the Limavady Volunteers, 
was on the Vestry of the Parish of Drumachose 1765, b. 31 Oct. 
1744 ; m. ist, 4 May, 1/68, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of William 
Holmes, of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone, and Martha Stuart, and by 
her (who d. 1776) had issue, 

1. John, b. i July, 1772 ; d.v.p. 1793. 

2. William, b. 17 Dec. 1773 ; d.v.p., killed by the natives at the 
Island of Grenada, West Indies. 

3. ROBERT, his heir. 

1. Martha, d. young. 

2. Mary Anne, b. 23 April, 1771 ; m. 12 Aug. 1791, James Parke, 
Lieut. Desertcreat Infantry, of Stewartstown, co. Tyrone, who 
d. 29 March, 1851, leaving issue. She d. 24 June 1857 

Col. James Boyle m. 2ndly (setts, dated 18 May, 1779),' Margaret 
Campbell. She d.s.p. He m. 3 rdly (setts, dated 2 Jan. 1781), 
Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Thomas Boyle and Ann Torrens, and bv her 
had further issue, 

4. Thomas, d. young. 

3. Elizabeth Torrens, m. 1803, Andrew Sutherland. 

4. Nancy, d.s.p. 

He m. 4thly, 1803, Margaret Ann, dau. of Capt. Parkinson, R.N. (she 
took out administration to her husband's estate) and ' bv her 
(who d. 1848) had further issue, 

5. James Parkinson, b. 1803, called to the Bar 1838 ; m. 1832 
Mary Ann, dau. of George Overend. She d. 1862. He d. 1840' 
having had issue, 

1. James, b. 1835 ; m. Ellen Cox, and had issue. 

2. Abraham, d.s.p. 

3. William Henry, b. 1839 ; m. Sarah Davies, and had issue 
i. Elizabeth Caroline, 2. Margaret, d.s.p. 



6. Robert Alexander, d.s.p. 

5. Margaret Ann, b. 26 Dec. 1805 ; m. 1832, Robert Macalister, 

4th son of Dougal Macalister, of Dalchuirn, and had issue. 
Col. Boyle d. 1810, and was s. by his 3rd son, 

ROBERT BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, b. 14 Feb. 1775, sold portion 
of his father's property and Bridge Hill House to his uncle, Alexander 
Boyle. He emigrated to America and subsequently went to India, 
where he d.s.p., and was s. by his uncle, 

ALEXANDER BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, Newton-Limavady, on 
vestry of Parish of Drumachose from 1774 to 1821, churchwarden 
1775 and 1766, b. 1748 ; m. Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Michael Ross, of 
Limavady. She d. 22 June, 1828, leaving issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

3. Michael, Lieut. 5th Native Infantry, Fort St. George, India, d. 
of fever at Tripassore, India, 30 Oct. 1804. 

4. Alexander, b. 1788 ; d.s.p. 24 Oct. 1857. 

1. Catherine, b. 20 Jan. 1782 ; d.s.p. 7 Sept. 1845. 

2. Ann Eliza, m. her cousin, Rev. Robert Alexander Parke, 
and had issue. 

Mr. Boyle d. 18 Feb. 1828, and was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, Newtown-Limavady, b. 8 April, 
1780, J.P. co. Londonderry, Freeman of the City of Londonderry 
(ad. 26 April, 1811), Member of the Council of Coleraine, 
Capt. commanding the Balteagh Corps of Infantry, Member 
of the County Londonderry Grand Jury, agent to the 2nd Marquis 
of Waterford, on the vestry of the Parish of Drumachose 1812-28, 
Churchwarden 1823. He d.s.p. 12 March, 1836, and was s. by his 
brother, 

EDWARD BOYLE, of Bridge Hill, Newtown-Limavady, b. 1784. 
Solicitor, Law Agent to the Marquis of Waterford ; m. ist (setts, 
dated 7 Aug. 1837), Julia, dau. of James Stirling, of Walworth, 
and by her (who d. i Oct. 1840) had issue, 

1. Georgina, b. 17 Oct. 1839 ; m. Hugh Pollen, and d. 1902, 

leaving issue. 

He m. 2ndly (setts, dated 24 June, 1844), his cousin, Mary Anne, dau. 
of James Parke, of Stewartstown, co. Tyrone, and by her (who d, 5 
Jan. 1890), had issue, 

1. ALEXANDER, now of Bridge Hill. 

2. John, b. 27 Feb. 1847, B.A., Dublin, Solicitor; d.s.p. 17 Jan. 
1890. 

3. Edward, b. 17 July, 1848 ; d.s.p. 20 May, 1864. 

4. James, b. 8 Aug. 1849, B.A., Dublin, late Capt. Queen's Royal 
Antrim Rifles, served in the Zulu War, d.s.p. 14 May, 1906. 

5. David Grainger, b. 5 July, 1853 ; d.s.p. 7 March, 1893. 

Mr. Boyle d. 10 Aug. 1861, and was s. by his eldest son, Alexander 
Boyle, now of Bridge Hill. 

Arms Per chevron creuellee or and gu. three hart's horns 
erect counter-changed. Crest A hart's head cpuped per chevron 
crenellee or and gu. Motto-^Dominus Providebit. 

Residence Bridge Hill, Limavady, co. Londonderry. 



BOYSE OF BANNOW. 

HENRY THOMAS ARTHUR SHAPLAND BOYSE, of 
Bannow, co, Wexford, J.P., High Sheriff 1910, late 
Lieut, ist Batt. R. Irish Regt., b. 5 Jan. 1878. m. 
ii May, 1911, Elinor Mercy Claude, dau. of the late 
Claud Baggallay, K.C. 

Lineage. NATHANIEL BOYSE, son of John Boyse, of Mullagh- 
terry, co. Tyrone, by Anne, his wife, who d. i May, 1664 (Nathaniel 
being then aged 24 and married), obtained a grant under the Act of 
Settlement, 3 Nov. 18 CHARLES II, of Bannow and was High 
Sheriff of the county Wexford 1677. He had, by Magdalen his wife, 
four sons and one dau., 

1. John, living 10 May, 1676. 

2. NATHANIEL, of whom presently. 

3. Jacob, Capt. in Lord Mountjoy's Regt., High Sheriff co. 
Wexford 1720, M.P. for Bannow 1715-24 ', whose will, dated 25 
May, 1724, was proved 3oth of the same month. 

4. Benjamin, of Dublin. (Will dated 20 June, 1711. proved 
17 Nov. 1712.) 

1. Patience, m. Vicary, of Wexford, and d. 1744. 
Mr. Boyse d. 1678 (will dated 10 May, 1678, proved 30 Aug. foil.). 
His second son, 

NATHANIEL BOYSE. of Bannow, M.P. for Bannow 1692-1714. 
who purchased in 1703, from the Commissioners for the sale of 
forfeited estates, lands in the co. Wexford, and the Queen's Co. ; 
he m. Frances, dau. of Samuel Helsham, of Kilkenny, and had 
issue, 

1. NATHANIEL, his successor. 

2. Samuel, of Cullenstown, M.P. for Bannow 1725-30, whose 
will, dated 9 May, 1728, was proved 15 July, 1730. He m. Anne, 
dau. of Thomas Cooke, and had, with three daus., Frances, Eliza- 
beth, and Anne, a son, 

THOMAS, of Bishop's Hall, co. Kilkenny, whose will, dated 12 
Aug. 1785, was proved 1791. He m. Margaret (will proved 
1775), dau. of Edmund Jackson, of Portnescully, co. Kilkenny, 
by whom he had issue, 

(i) SAMUEL, who eventually s. to Bannow. 

(1) Nina, m. John Greene, of Greenville, co. Kilkenny. 
She d. 30 Sept. 1780. 

(2) Mary Anne, m. Musgrave, of Myrtle Grove. 

(3) Frances, m. Robert Thomas Carew, of Ballmamona, co. 
Waterford. 

(4) Margaret, m. William Watts, of Dublin. (5) Jane, d. untn. 



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3. Jacob, bapt. at St. Bride's, Dublin, 25 Aug. 1704 ; d. 1729. 

1. Frances, bapt. at same place, 9 March, 1699 ; m. (lie. 27 
March, 1736) Nathaniel Radford, of Brideswell, co. Wexford. 

2. Anne, bapt. at same place, 19 Aug. 1706 ; m. Thomas Cooke. 
Mr. Boyse, whose will, dated 8 April, 1714, was proved 17 Dec. 
following, was s. by his eldest son, 

NATHANIEL BOYSE, of Bannow, bapt. at St. Bride's, Dublin, 26 
May, 1702 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Rowe, of Ballyharty, co. 
Wexford. Her will, dated 22 Jan. 1759, was proved 26 July, 1759. 
They had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 

2. Nathaniel (Rev.), b. 1727, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Oct. 1751, 
Vicar of Newmarket, co. Cork, d. unm. 31 May, 1792. Will 
proved that year. 

1. Elizabeth, m. as his ist wife, John Glascott, of Aldertown, 
co. Wexford, and d.s.p. 23 Feb. 1768. He d.s.p. 5 Dec. 1810. 

2. Frances, m. as 2nd wife, Doctor Thomas Carr, of Waterford, 
and had a son, George Carr (who s. to the Bannow estates, and 
d.s.p.), and two daus., Elizabeth and Francis, who sold the 
estates to Samuel Boyse. 

Mr. Boyse, whose will, dated 13 June, 1726, was proved 7 May, 
I 735> was s. by his eldest son, 

RICHARD BOYSE, of Bannow, b. 1726, High Sheriff co. Wexford 
1755 ; w>- by licence dated 21 Feb. 1753, Margaret (who d. 22 
Sept. 1808), dau. of Col. Philip Savage, of Kilgibbon, co. Wexford, 
and d.s.p. 23 Jan. 1793, when his estates passed to his nephew, 
George Carr, and upon his death s.p. they passed to George Carr's 
sisters as co-heirs, and were eventually purchased by their kins- 
man, the hek male of the family, 

SAMUEL BOYSE, of Bannow and Bishop's Hall, who m. by licence 
dated 10 March, 1780, Dorothea, dau. of Robert Shapland Carew, of 
Castleboro', co. Wexford, by whom (who d. 29 Dec. 1835) he had 
issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Shapland, C.B., Lieut.-Col. I3th Dragoons, d. unm. 183-2. 

3. RICHARD, s. his brother at Bannow. 

1. Dorothea, d. unm. 2. Jane, d. unm. 

3. Frances, d. unm. 

4. Margaret, m. 24 Aug. 1808, Henry Holdsworth Hunt, of Water- 
ford, and had, with two daus., three sons, 

1. HENRY SAMUEL, late of Bannow. 

2. William Boyse, b. 1811, d. unm. 

3. Thomas, b. 1815, d. 1847. 

4. Robert Shapland (Rev.), Vicar of Mark Beech, Kent, b. 1817, 
d. 1904. 

5. Richard Arthur, b. 1819, d. 1863. 

1. Dorothea, b. 1813 ; d. unm. Jan. 1902. 

2. Jane Ellen, b. 1821, d. 1895. 

5. Mary, d. unm. 

Mr. Boyse d. 26 Dec. 1839, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THOMAS BOYSE, of Bannow, D.L. and J.P., High Sheriff 1841, 
b. 25 Dec. 1785 ; m. Jane Stratford, dau. of John Kirwan, 
Barrister-at-Law, and widow of Caesar Colcough, of Tintern Abbey, 
co. Wexford. Mr. Boyse d.s.p. 1853 (his widow survived until 
4 May, 1878), and was s. by his brother, 

REV. RICHARD BOYSE, of Bannow, m. Winifred Berners Plestow, 
of Watlington Hall, Norfolk, by whom (who d. 7 Jan. 1861) he had 
an only son, 

Augustus Freeman, J.P. and D.L. co. Wexford, b. 26 Sept. 

1822; m. Mrs. Josephine Smith, widow, and d.s.p. in his father's 

lifetime, Sept. 1859. 
Mr. Boyse d. March, 1864, and was s. by his nephew, 

HENRY SAMUEL HUNT BOYSE, of Bannow, J.P., D.L., Capt. 
R.N., b. 1809 ; m - 27 July, 1847, Emily, dau. of Col. Thomas 
Steele, Madras Native Infantry (see STEELE of Rathbride), and 
had issue, 

1. HENRY ARTHUR, late of Bannow. 

2. St. George Philip, b. 15 Aug. 1855. 

3. William Shapland, b. 16 June, 1857. 

4. Richard Thomas, b. 13 Nov. 1862. 

L Emily Thomasine Mary, m. 1872, Robert Tyndall, of Oak- 
lands, co. Wexford. 

2. Elizabeth Dorothea, m. 5 Dec. 1871, Alexander Frederick 
Stewart, of Ballyedmond, co. Down, Capt. 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons. 



3. Philippa Kate Grace, d. young, 22 Feb. 1855. 

4. Augusta Jane, ' 
Tandridge, Surrey. 



4. Augusta Jane, m. 1891, Rev. G. H. M. Hamilton, late Vicar of 



Capt. Boyse obtained his first commission R.N. 10 Dec. 1835, and 
was appointed successively Lieut, in the " Racer 18," North 
America and West Indian Station ; " Clio, 16," " Orestes, 18," and 
" President, 50," all South American Station ; and to the command 
of the " Basilisk, 50," in the Pacific : was appointed Commander 
10 March, 1846, and Capt. i July, 1864. On the death of his 
uncle, 1864, he s. to the Bannow estate, and thereupon adopted the 
surname of BOYSE, and d. 23 Dec. 1880, aged 71, when he was s. by 
his eldest son, 

HENRY ARTHUR HUNT BOYSE, of Bannow, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1882, Col. 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Regt., b. n March, 1847 ; 
m. 2 May, 1872, Emily Clare, only dau. of Rev. Thomas Harvey, of 
Cowden, Edenbridge, Kent, and d. 17 Jan. 1902, leaving issue, " 

1. HENRY THOMAS ARTHUR SHAPLAND, now of Bannow. 

1. Emily Dorothea Mary Clare, b. 7 Aug. 1873 ', - 3 Feb. 1898, 
Capt. William Perry, sid Batt. Royal Irish Regt., of Woodrooff, 
co. Tipperary (see that family). 

2. Vera Marguerite Mansel, b. 27 Jan. 1875 ; m. 8 July, 1896, 
Charles Edward Wogan-Browne, 2nd son of Major Francis Browne, 
of Castle Browne, co. Kildare (see that family). 

Seat Bannow, co. Wexford. Club Kildare Street, Dublin. 



MOORE-BRABAZON OF TARA HOUSE. 

WILLIAM LOCKHART CHAMBRE MOORE-BRABAZON, 
of Tara House, co. Meath, late Lieut. Coldstream 
Guards, b. 3 Jan. 1880 ; s. his father 1 1 Jan. 1908. 

Lineage. JOHN MOORE, of Dublin, acquired in 1721, certain 
lands in the Barony of Mellifont, co. Louth, under an Act of Parlia- 
ment, passed for the sale of the estates of William Graham. He 
m. a sister of the Right Hon. Charles Campbell, M.P., of New 
Grange, co. Meath, and had issue, Charles, Barrister-at-Law, d.s.p. ; 
Alice, m. Gen. Sir John Whiteford, Bart., and a younger son, 

JOHN MOORE, of Tullyhallen, co. Meath, M.D., m. 26 Aug. 1752, 
Frideswide, dau. of Dixie Coddington, of Athlumney Castle, co. 
Meath, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir, 

1. Alice, m. Thomas Achmuty, of Madeira. 

2. Jane, m. July, 1799, Hon. and Very Rev. John Hewitt, Deau 
of Cloyne. 

3. Frideswide, m. 1786, Col. Hon. Robert Henry Southwell. 
Dr. Moore was shot at his own door by an unknown person in 1788, 
when he was s. by his son, 

JOHN MOORE, of New Lodge, co. Herts, b. 20 Sept. 1763 ; m. ist, 
24 May, 1788, Barbara, dau. of Hon. William Brabazon (2nd son 
of Edward, 7th Earl of Meath), of Tara House, co. Meath, by Kath- 
erine his wife, only dau. of Arthur Gififord, of Aghern. co. Cork, 
and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM JOHN, his heir. 

2. Arthur John, Major, b. 24 Sept. 1791, an Officer in the Royal 
Navy, served under Admiral Blackwood ; m. 31 July, 1827, 
Sophia, dau. of Col. Yates, and had issue. 

1. JOHN ARTHUR HENRY, late of Tara House, who s. his uncle 
in 1866. 

2. William Richard, B.C.S., Joint Magistrate at Mirzapore, 
killed in the Mutiny. 

3. Charles William, B.C.S., who left issue. 

4. Adolphus Warburton, India Office, d. 

i. Frances Stewart, m. Capt. Richard Charles Acton Throck- 
morton, late 87th Foot, and d. 1895 (see BURKE'S Peerage and 
Baronetage). 

3. Charles Henry, b. 21 March, 1798 ; d. 

Mr. Moore m. 2ndly, 26 April, 1839, Charlotte, dau. of George 
Samuel Collyer, and d. April, 1842, when he was s. by his eldest 
son, 

REV. WILLIAM JOHN MOORE-BRABAZON, of Tara House, b. 29 
April, 1789, who having s. to his mother's family estates, assumed 
by Sign Manual, in July, 1845, the additional name and arms of 
BRABAZON. He d.s.p. in 1866, when he was s. by his nephew, 

JOHN ARTHUR HENRY MOORE-BRABAZON, of Tara House, co. 
Meath, and of Tallyallen, co. Louth, High Sheriff co. Louth 1872, 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, late Major Bengal Staff Corps, b. 
13 June, 1828; s. his uncle, the Rev. W. J. Moore-Brabazon, in 
1866, when he adopted the additional name of BRABAZON ; m. 
Feb. 1879, Emma Sophia, dau. of Alfred Richards, of Tewkesbury 
Lodge, Forest Hill, Kent. He rf. u Jan. 1908, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM LOCKHART CHAMBRE, now of Tara House. 

2. John Theodore Cuthbert, b. 1884; m. 27 Nov. 1906, Hildj 
Mary, only dau. of the late Charles Henry Krabbe, of Buenos 
Ayres. 

1. Kathleen Barbara Sophia, m. 13 Sept. 1911, Sir Gustavus 
Francis William Lambart, ist Bart, of Beau Pare, co. Meath 
(see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Hebe Crystabel Frideswide. 
Seat Tara House, co. Meath. 

BRABAZON. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, MEATH, E. 

BRASIER OF BALLYELLIS. 

BROOKE RICHARD 

BRASIER, of Ballyellis, 
co. Cork, J.P. cos. Cork 
and Limerick, b. 1852. 

Lineage. PAUL BRASIER, 
of Coleraine, co. Londonderry, 
obtained extensive grants of 
land temp. CHARLES II< m. Sarah 
dau. of Sir Tristram Beresford, 
Bart, of Coleraine, and by her 
(who d. 15 Jan. 1673) had a son, 

COL. KILNER BRASIER, of 
Bagnal, co. Donegal, M.P. succes- 
sively for Dundalk, St. Johnstown, 
and Kilmallock. Col. Brasier 
m. Anne, 3rd dau. of Sir Henry 
Brooke, of Brookesborough, co. 
Fermanagh, Knt., by his 2nd 
wife, Anne, dau. of Sir George 
St. George, Knt., of Carrickdrom- 
rusk, co. Leitrim, and had a son, 

KILNER BRASIER, m. ist, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Dean Charles 
Massey ; and 2ndly, Miss Ryves, 

of Castle Jane, co. Limerick. Mr. Brasier d. 1759, and by his ist 
wife had a son. 

BROOKE BRASIER, of Rivers, co. Limerick, m. 17 July, 1756, 
Elizabeth Johnson, dau. and co-heiress (with Amy, wife of Sir 




Brasier. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



70 



Thomas Roberts, and Mary, wife of Ralph Westrop) of William 
Johnson, of Lizard, co. Limerick, and had an only son, 

KILNER BRASIER, High Sheriff co. Cork 1793. * i75i ', m - I 788, 
Mary, eldest dau. and coheiress of John Creagh, M.D., of Creagh 
Castle, co. Cork, by Judith Usher his wife, and had issue, 

1. BROOKE, of whom presently. 

2. JOHN, of Creagh Castle, assumed the name of CREAGH ; he m. 
1801, Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Charles Widenham, of Castle 
Widenham, co. Cork, and left at his decease an only child, 

PRISCILLA WIDENHAM, who s. to the Widenham estates, and 
m. 8 May, 1819, Henry Mitchell Smyth, 2nd son of Grice 
Smyth, of Ballynatray, co. Waterford (see SMYTH of Castle 
Widenham}. 

3. William Johnson, Capt. 27th Inniskillen Regt., d. unm. 

4. Kilner, R.N., d. unm. 

5. George Washington, ancestor of BRASIER-CREAGH, of Creagh 
Castle (see thai family). 

1. Catherine, m. Rev. Richard Bourne, Rector of Rathangan. 

2. Judith, m. John Wilkinson, of Limerick, and is deceased. 

3. Emma, m. James Griffin, of Foynes, co. Limerick. 

4. Mary, m. Attiwell Wood, of Leeds, co. Cork. 

5. Lucy, m. ist, Charles Bell, and 2ndly, Bertie Jarvis, of Antigua, 
West Indies. 

The eldest son, 

BROOKE BRASIER, of Bally Ellis, co. Cork, m. Ellen, dau. and 
co-heir of Henry Mitchell, of Mitchellsfort, co. Cork, and left issue, 

1. KILNER, his heir. 

2. Henry, of Mitchellsfort, who assumed the name of MITCHELL 
(see MITCHELL of Mitchellsfort). 

3. Brooke, d. unm. 

4. John Wellington, m. Barbara, dau. of John Smyth, of Temple 
Michaell, co. Waterford, and had one son, Brooke. 

5. Grice, who emigrated to Australia. 

1. Ellen, m. William Quin, of Loughlougher Castle, co. Tip- 
perary, who d. 1869. 

2. Mary, m. John Smyth, of Temple Michael. 

3. Catherine, m. 1844, Sir Richard de Burgho, Bart., who d.s.p. 
1873- 

The eldest son, 

KILNER BRASIER, of Ballyellis, J.P., m. Mary, dau. of James 
Griffin, of Foynes, co. Limerick, and d. 1874, leaving issue, 

1. BROOKE RICHARD, now of Ballyellis. 

2. Kilner. 3. Henry. 4. Charles. 

Arms Quarterly per fess indented or and sa. four cinquefoils 
counterchanged. Crest A demi lion rampant per pale or and sa. 
Motto Amor patriae. 

Seat Ballyellis, Mallow, co. Cork. 



BRASIER-CREAGH. See CREAGH. 



BRASIER-MITCHELL. See MITCHELL. 



BRERETON OF RATHURLESS, CO. 
TIPPERARY. 

COL. THOMAS SADLEIR BRERETON, of Rathurless, 
b. 1834 ; m. 1862, Frances, dau. of Edward Townley 
Hardman, of Newbliss, co. Monaghan, M.D., and 
has issue surviving, 

1. THOMAS HARDMAN, b. 1866 ; m. 1904, Aveceua Maud, dau. of 
Samuel Dickson Biggs, of Bellevue, co. Tipperary (see BIGGS- 
ATKINSON of Ashley Park), and has issue, 

(i) Avereena Maud. (2) Patricia Hardman. 

2. Hardman John Ker, b. 1873 ; m. 1904, Florence, dau. of 
Robert Benjamin Heuston, of Ballyhisteen, co. Tipperary, and 
has one son and one dau., 

I. John Hardman, b. 1907. 

x. Frances Vera Mary. ' 2. Nancy. 

3. Franc Sadleir, b. 1880, Capt. 4th Batt. Royal Irish Fus., 
served in S. African War. 

1. Maria, m. 1894, David England Young, of Ballygibbon, co. 
Tipperary, and Harding Grove, co. Galway. 

2. Frances Gertrude. 

3. Isabella m. Richard Vincent Johnston, of Llandudno. 

4. Eileen. 

Lineage. THOMAS BRERETON, of Clonanihy, co. Tipperary, 
m. Mary, dau. of James Carrol, of Ballycrenode, co. Tipperary, and 
by her (who d. 1783) had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Daniel, of Tombricane, co. Tipperary, b. 1731 ; m. 1772, Mary, 
dau. of Rev. Meade Nesbitt, of Fort Nesbitt, co Tipperary, and 
d. 1818, leaving an only child, 

Anne, m. 1796, Thomas Brereton, of Kilmartin, Queen's Co. 

3. Thomas, of Ash Park (now Riverston), co. Tipperary, b. 1742; 
m. Anne, dau. of Samuel Lawrence, of Ash Park, and Millmount, 
and d. 1776, from a fall while out hunting, having by her (who 
tn. andly, 1781, Saunders Young, of Nenagh) had issue, 

Thomas, of London, m. 1810, Maria, dau. of Thos. Brereton 
Watson, of Clonanihy, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

(i) Henry. (2) Robt. Lawrence. 

(3) Wm. Watson. 

(i) Caroline Catherine. 



1. Mary, m. 1765, John Watson, of Brook Watson, co. Tipperary. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BRERETON, of Rathurless, co. Tipperary, b. 1729 ; tn. 1767, 
Margaret, dau. of George Watson, of Garrykennedy, co. Tipperary, 
and d. 1813, having by her (who d. 1800, aged 51) had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his successor. 

2 John, of Old Court, co. Tipperary, b. 1787 ; m. Anne, dau. of 

Simpson Hackett, of Riverstown, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

1. John Robert, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1817 ; m. Mary, dau. of 
Garrett O'Moore, of Cloghan Castle, King's Co., D.L., and d. 
1871, leaving issue, 

(i) O'Moore. 

(i) Grace. (2) Geraldine. 

(3) Mary, m. 1874, Sir Garrett O'Moore Creagh, V.C., and 

had issue (see CREAGH of Cahirbane). 

2. Simpson Hachett, of Clongowna, co. Tipperary, m. 1850, 
Mary Sophia Parker, and had issue, 

(i) John, M.D., d.s.p. (2) Herbert, of Clongowna. 

(i) Maud. (2) Sophia, d. unm. 1907. 

(3) Margaret, d. unm. 

(4) Georgina, m. Edward Justin McCarthy. 

1. Margaret Maria, d. unm. 1873. 

2. Sarah, m. 1842, John Bennett, of Grange, King's Co. 

1. Dora, m. Robert Langford, of Rowell, co. Limerick (see that 
family). 

2. Mary, m. 1818, Peter Watson, of Roscrea, and subsequently of 
Tasmania. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BRERETON, of Rathurless, J.P., many years a Resident 
Magistrate, b. 20 Nov. 1785 ; m. i Dec. 1817, Maria, 2nd dau. of 
Capt. Thomas Sadleir, of Castletown, co. Tipperary, and d. 24 Aug. 
1860, having by her (who d. 17 Dec. 1874) h a <l issue, 

1. Thomas Sadleir, now of Rathurless. 

2. John Sadleir, Lieut.-Col. late 67 Foot, b. 1836 ; m. 1869, his 
cousin, Margaretta Watson, dau. of Edwin Sadleir, of Oak Wood, 
King's Co., and d. 1908, having had issue, 

Thomas Edwin, b. 1878. 

Myra, m. Ralph Peyton Sadler, Capt. Derby Regt. 

3. Franc Sadleir, formerly Lieut. King's Royal Rifles, b. 1838 ; 
m. 1865, Isabella, dau. of Frederick Robert Bees ton. He d. 
4 Dec. 1911, having had issue, 

1. Thos. Bloomfield Sadleir, b. 1866; tn. 1900, Maud, dau. of 
Edward Wilson, of Carshalton, Surrey, and has issue, 

Ralph Sadleir, b 1902. 
Eileen Sadleir. 

2. Franc Sadleir, of Blackfoot City, U.S.A., b. 1867. 

3. John Sadleir, of Ogden, U.S.A., 6. 1870 ; m. Jane Branson, 
and has, 

Fredk. Sadleir, b. 1898. 

4. Frederick Sadleir, Capt. R.A.M.C. (ret.), of Southport, 
Lanes., b. 1872, author of " With Shield and Assegai " and 
numerous other works ; m. 1898, Ethel, dau. of Wm. James 
Lamb, and has issue, 

Allen Sadleir, b. 1899. 

Olive Sadleir, b. 1900. 

1. Margaret, m. 1867, Maj.-Gen. Ernest Berger, late Lincolnshire 
Regt. 
Seat Rathurless, Nenagh, co. Tipperary. 



FRENCH - BREWSTER OF 
CLOONANARTMORE. 

ROBERT ABRAHAM 
FRENCH-BREWSTER, of 
Cloonanartmore, co. 
Roscommon, Harolds- 
town, co. Carlow, and 
Grange, co. Wicklow, 
Capt. late Irish Guards 
(formerly Lieut. Royal 
Fusiliers), b. 30 July, 
1877. 

Lineage. SAMUEL and 
DANIEL BREWSTER had a 
grant of land in Tipperary 
under the Act of Settlement, 
temp. CHARLES II. 

HENRY BREWSTER, of 
Lebanry, co. Carlow, son of 
HENRY BREWSTER and Eliza- 
beth, his wife, m. about 1699 Elizabeth Leybourne, and had issue. 
The elder son, 

SAMUEL BREWSTER, of Ballywilliamroe, co. Carlow, b. n July, 
1700, made his will i April, 1756, which was proved i June follow- 
ing. He left by Anne, his wife, 

1. Henry, m. Anne, dau. of John Perkins of Ballintrain, co. 
Carlow, and had issue, 

2. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

3. Samuel, m. Elizabeth Garrett, and had issue, a dau. 

4. John d.s.p. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Robert Twiss. 

2. Anne. 
The second son, 

WILLIAM BREWSTER, of Ballynulta, co. Wicklow, m. 1767, Mary, 
dau. of Edward Jones, of Tullow, co. Carlow, and sister of Abraham 
Jones, of Tullow, and had issue, 




IRELAND, 



Brinkley. 



1. WILLIAM BAGENAL, of whom presently. 

2. Edward, m. Sarah, dau. of Robert Gray and d. June, 1836, 
leaving issue. 

3. Henry, d. unm. 

1. Mary, m. Fitz-Henry, of Larkfield, co. Wicklow. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BAGENAL BREWSTER, o>f Ballynulta, co. Wicklow, 
m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Bates, and had issue, 

1. ABRAHAM, of whom presently. 

2. William Thomas, d.unm. 1821. 

3. Robert Jones (Rev.), d. unm, 1832. 

1. Mary, m. 1819, Samuel Allen, of Higham Ferrers, Northants, 
and d. 1873. 

2. Margaret, m. 1819, Archibald Montfort, of Killenure, co. 
Wicklow, and d. 1850. 

The eldest son, 

THE RIGHT HON. ABRAHAM BREWSTER, P.C., Lord Chancellor 
of Ireland, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1817, Barrister-at-Law 1819. 
King's Counsel 1835, Sol.-Gen. for Ireland 1846, Attorney-Gen. 
1853, P.C. 1853, Lord Justice of Appeal 1866, and Lord Chancellor 
1867, b. 1796, m. 1819, Mary Ann, dau. of Robert Gray, of Upton 
House, co. Carlow. She d. 1862. Hed, 26 July, 1874, having had 
issue, 

1. William Bagenal, Capt. Rifle Brigade and Lieut.-Col. of the 
Inns of Court Volunteers, b. 1820, m. 1858, Georgiana, dau. of 
James Campbell, of Craigie Down, co. Ayr, and d.s.p. 1864, vita 
patris. 

2. Elizabeth Mary, m. 21 June, 1850, as his second wife, Henry 
Sneyd French, of Clonsilla, co. Dublin (see FRENCH of Castle 
Bernard), 3rd son of Robert Henry French, of Dublin, merchant, 
(uncle of ist Baron de Freyne), and grandson of Arthur French, 
M.P., of French Park, co. Roscommon (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
DE FREYNE, B.). Mr. Henry Sneyd French d. 20 Sept. 1850. 
She d.v.p. 10 Nov. 1868, leaving an only son, 

ROBERT ABRAHAM BREWSTER, s. his maternal grandfather, 

1874- 
The grandson and heir, 

ROBERT ABRAHAM BREWSTER FRENCH - BREWSTER, of 
Cloonanartmore, co. Roscommon, Haroldstown, co. Carlow, and 
Grange, co. Wicklow, High Sheriff co. Carlow 1882, sometime 
Lieut. King's Dragoon Guards, M.P. for Portarlington 1883-5, b. 
4 April, 1851, assumed by Royal Licence 13 Aug. 1874, the 
additional name and arms of BREWSTER on succeeding his grand- 
father, the Right Hon. Abraham Brewster ; m. ist, 28 Sept. 1876, 
Geraldine (St. Albans House, 143, Gloucester Road, S.W.), dau. of 
Henry Ritchie Cooper, of Ballindalloch, co. Stirling, and by her 
(who divorced him i July, 1890) had issue, 

1. ROBERT ABRAHAM, his heir. 

2. Henry Gerald, 2nd Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 6. 24 Sept. 
1878, killed in action at Spion Kop, 24 Jan. 1900. 

3. William Bagenal, b. 26 Aug. 1880 ; d. an infant. 

4. Arthur Ord, late King's Royal Rifle Corps, b. 31 July, 1882. 
He m. andly, 28 Jan. 1895, Annie Hodge, dau. of George Hodge, 
by whom he had no issue. He d. 20 May, 1901. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th, Az. on a chevron engrailed 
erm. between three estoiles arg. a trefoil slipped vert (BREWSTER) 
and and 3rd erm. a chevron sa. a martlet for difference (FRENCH). 
Crests i. A leopard's head erased az. bezantee in the mouth a 
trefoil slipped vert (BREWSTER). 2. A dolphin naiant ppr. 
(FRENCH). Motto Verite soyez ma garde. 

Residence St. Alban's House, 143, Gloucester Road, S.W. 
Clubs Guards ; Army and Navy ; Whites. 



BRTNKLEY OF PORTLAND. 

JOHN LLoYD BRINK- 
LEY, of Portland, co. 
Sligo, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1885, b. 8 
June, 1852 ; m. 17 July, 
1880, Annie Constanc3 
Isabel Worthington, 
2nd dau. of the late 
Rowland Edward 
Cooper, and has issue, 

1. JOHN ROWLAND LLovo, 
Lieut. R.F.A., b. 17 Sept. 
1882 ; m. 6 June, 1911, 
Dorothy Helen Agatha, 
younger dau. of Frederick 
Page, F.R.C.S., D.C.L., of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

2. Edward Graves, b. 23 
Dec. 1883 ; m. 23 April, 

1910, Nadine, younger dau. 
of Sir Reginald W. Proctor- 
Beauchamp, 5th Bart, (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). 

3. George Yorke LLoyd, 
b. 30 July, 1896 ; d. 1907. 

1. Mabel Fitzgerald, m. Feb. 

1911, Charles H. Niven, 3rd son of Commander Oswald B. 
Niven, R.N. 

2. Edith Sybil 

3. Annie Constance, d. young, 1889. 

4. Ruth Minna Constance. 




Lineage. THE RIGHT REV. JOHN BRINKLEY, D.D., 6. at 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, in 1766, entered Caius Coll. Cambridge, 29 
Aug. 1783, became B.A. and Senior Wrangler in 1788, and M.A. 
1791 was appointed Astronomer Royal in 1792, Archdeacon of 
Clogher 1808, President of the Royal Irish Academy 1822, and 
Bishop of Cloyne 8 Oct- 1826. His lordship m. 12 July, 1792, 
Esther, dau. of Matthew Weld, of Dublin, aud had two sons and 
one dau., 

1. JOHN, of whom hereafter. 

2. Matthew, of Parsonstown, co. Meath, b. 2 March, 1797, ad- 
mitted a Vicar-Choral of Cloyne 31 March, 1831, J.P. co. Meath ; 
m. 5 March, 1821, Henriette, dau. of Very Rev. Richard Graves, 
Dean of Ardagh (see GRAVES of Cloghan Castle), and d. 27 April, 
1855, having had issue by her (who also d. in 1855), 

1. John, d. unm. 

2. RICHARD GRAVES, of Portland. 

3. Matthew, Lieut. 97th Foot, Secretary to the Governor ol 
Australia. 

4. Hercules. 5. Francis. 

1. Esther, m. John Alexander, of Milford, co. Carlow. 

2. Eliza, m. William Henry Longfield, of Careystown, co. 
Cork. 

3. Harriet, m. Richard Henry Farrer, of Dunamaise, Queen's 

4. Minna, m. G. A. Rotherham, of Kilbride Castle, co. Meath, 

5. Anna, m. ist, 25 Aug. 1860, James, sth Earl of Kingston. 
He d.s.p. 8 Sept. 1869. ' She m. 2ndly, 29 July, 1873, William 
Downes Webber, of Kellavil, Queen's Co. She d.s.p. 29 Oct. 
1909. 6. Arabella. 

7. Jane, m. 27 March, 1861, Edward Vernon, eldest son of J. B. 
. Venables Vernon, of Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin. 

1. Sarah, m. Robert James Graves, M.D., and d.s.p. 
The Bishop of Cloyne d. 14 Sept. 1835. His eldest son, 

THE REV. JOHN BRINKLEY, Rector of Glanworth, Diocese of 
Cloyne, 6. 1793, m. Anna, and dau. and co-heir of Rev. Walter 
Stephens, of Hybla, co. Kildare, by Arabella his wife, dau. of 
Capt. William Glascott, 24th Foot, 3rd son of George Glascott, of 
Aldertown, and had issue, 

1. John, gth Lancers, d. unm. in India 1851. 

2. WALTER STEPHENS, of Knockmaroon House. 
1. Sarah. 

Rev. John Brinkley d. 14 Feb. 1847, and was s. by his eldest son, 
JOHN, at whose decease, unm. the estate devolved on his brother, 
WALTER STEPHENS BRINKLEY, of Knockmaroon House, co. 
Dublin, J. P., sometime nth Hussars, b. 12 Dec. 1826 ; m. 24 July, 
1851, Susanna Caroline, dau. of Major Michael Turner, King's 
Dragoon Guards, of Ipswich, son of Nathaniel Turner, of Stoke Hall, 
Suffolk, and by her (who d. 2 March, 1908) had issue, 

1. JOHN TURNER, Chief Constable of Warwickshire, late Capt. 
The Prince of Wales's North Staffordshire Regt. (Wasperton 
House, near Warwick), b. 23 Oct. 1855 ; m. 3 Nov. 1885, Mary, 
eldest dau. of the late Gen. H. A. Carleton, C.B., R.A. (see CARLE- 
TON of Clare), and has issue, 

1. John Carleton, d. an infant. 

2. John Patrick, d. an infant, 
i. Sheila Mary. 

2. Walter Frederick Brownlow (Rev.), Vicar of Abbotsleigh, 
Somersetshire, M.A. Camb., 6. 29 July, 1859 ; m. 26 Jan. 1897, 
Emmeline Lydia (who d. 14 March, 1902), youngest dau. of the 
late Gen. J. C. Brooke, and widow of T. W. Miles P.W D. India, 
of Caragh, co. Kerry, anc* has issu?, 

Kathleen Sophia. 

3. Charles Michael Edgeworth, Major 4 th Dragoon Guards, Chief 
Constable of Lincolnshire, b. 6 May, 1861 ; m. 3 March, 189*, 
Evelyn Everard, 2nd dau. of the late Maj. Thomas Everard 
Hutton, of Middleton Hall, Norfolk, late 4th Dragoons, and 
d. 31 July, 1903, leaving issue, 

i. Walter Everard, b. 18 Sept. 1898. 

i. Maud Agneta. 2. Violet Kathleen. 

3. Norah Julia. 

1. Julia Katherine, d. unm. 1911. 

2. Anna Isabella, m. 3 Dec. 1884, Major Maudce Elrinstoa 
Bisset, R.E., of Lessendrum, Huntly, N.B. He d. 15 June, 1909, 
leaving issue (see that family). 

3. Susannah Kathleen, d. unm. 1896 

Mr. Brinkley d. 31 March, 1884. His cousLi, 

RICHARD GRAVES BRINKLEY, of Portland, b. 21 Sept. 1823 ; m. 

\ 20 Dec. 1845, Hester, only child of James Stuart Downs Dodd 
Lloyd, of Ardagh, co. Sligo (by Charlotte his wife, dau. of George 
Hepenstal), and grand-dau. of Owen Lloyd, of Croghan, co. Ros- 

! common, and by her (who d. 31 July, I9o6)'had issue, 

1. JOHN LLoYD, now of Portland. 

2. James William Arthur, b. 15 March, 1854 ; 6. 1867. 

3. Richard Henry Lee King, Capt. (ret.) ist Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt., b. 31 Oct. 1860. 

1. Charlotte Ida Harriette, d. unm. 14 Aug. 1898. 

2. Louisa Maria Susan, m. 19 Sept. 1868, Major-Gen. F. R. Crof- 
ton, late 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles (Sfith Regt.), 2nd son of Sir 
Malby Crofton, 2nd bart. of Longford House, and has issue. 

3. Harriette Adela, m. 24 March, 1872, Henry Skey, Lieut. 54th 
Foot, and had issue. 

4. Alice Maud Elizabeth, m. 21 Dec. 1876. Thomas Weeding 
Weeding, J .P. co. Surrey, and has issue. 

5. Anna Edith, d. unm. 1875. 
Mr. R. G. Brinkley d. 15 May, 1890. 

Arms Az. a cross patonce engrailed and in chief three estoiles 
or. Crest A cross patonce engrailed surmounted of an estoile, all 
or. Motto Mutabimur. 

Seat Portland, Easkey, co. Sligo. Residence Allershaw, 
Folkestone. 



Briscoe. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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BRISCOE OF RIVERDALE AND SCREGGAN. 

EDWARD JOHN MARRIOTT BRISCOE, of Riverdale, 
co. Westmeath, and of Screggan Manor, King's Co., b. 
28 Sept. 1862 ; s. his father i May, 1911, late Capt. 
4th Brig. N. Irish Div. R.A., J.P. King's Co. ; m. 
22 Jan. 1891, Diana Louisa, only dau. of Col. Robert 
Wilson Hartley, of Beech Park, co. Dublin (see that 
family). 

Liineagre. In 1720, RALPH BRISCOE acquired by purchase, 
the lordship and manor of Kathleen, King's Co. Ha m. Eleanor, 
sister of John Price, M.P. for Wicklow, and had by her, with 
other issue, an eldest son, 

HENRY BRISCOE, Capt. Royal Horse Guards (Blue), who was 
father of 

EDWARD BRISCOE, J.P., m. 5 June, 1752, Frances, dau. of Rev. 
Essex Edgeworth, of co. Longford, and had a dau. Eleanor, m. 
Andrew Armstrong, of Clara, J .P. His youngest brother, 

WILLIAM BRISCOE, whose will, dated 27 July, 1772, was proved 
8 Feb. 1775 ; m. ist, 1761, Emily, dau. of James Nesbit, of Tubber- 
daly, which lady d.s.p. ; and 2ndly, 1770, Ismena, dau. of James 
Nugent, of Clonlost, co. Westmeath, by whom he had, 

1. EDWARD JOHN. 

2. William Nugent, m. and left issue. 
1. Eleanor Anne. 

The elder son, 

EDWARD JOHN BRISCOE, of Riverdale, co. Westmeath, and 
Screggan, King's Co., D.L., Col. Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 1770 ; s. to 
the entailed property of his uncle Edward, and served as High Sheriff 
of co. Westmeath 1800. He m. 1790, Frances, dau. of Thomas 
Fetherstonhaugh, of Bracklyn, co. Westmeath, and d. 1815, leaving 
issue, 

1. WILLIAM THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Edward, of Grangemore, co. Westmeath, b. 1799, served as 
High Sheriff 1833 ; m. 1829, Hester, youngest dau. of James 
Rynd, of Ryndville, co. Meath, and d. 1842, leaving issue, 

1. John Fetherstonhaugh, of Grangemore, and Lake House, co. 
Westmeath, J.P., b. Aug. 1830; m. April, 1852, Katherine 
Rebecca, dau. of William Peareth, of Usworth House, co. 
Durham, and d. 1882, leaving issue, 

(1) William John, b. 1856 ; lost at sea, 1875. 

(2) Algernon Thomas Fetherstonhaugh, of Lake House, and 
Curristown, co. Westmeath, J.P., b. 7 March, 1862 ; m. 1889, 
Mary Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Rev. J. J. Moutray, of Favour 
Royal, co. Tyrone, and has issue, 

Mary Elizabeth. 

(1) Katherine Rebecca, m. 1884, John Nuttall, of Tittour, 
co. Wicklow. 

(2) Julia Isabella, m. 1884, Robert S. Hickey, of Taughmon, 
Mullingar, and d. in India 1886, leaving issue. 

(3) Cecilia Julia. 

(4) Isabella Frances, d. unm. 98 July, 1910. 

(5) Rosa Ellen, m. 1885, R. G. C. Flower, and has issue. 

2. James, b. 1832 ; d. 8 July, 1860. 
i. Maria Elizabeth, d. 1858.' 

3. James, m. Harriet, dau. of Thomas Coates, of Staplestown, 
co. Kildare. 

4. Fetherston, m. Charlotte, dau. of John Phillips, and d. 1871, 
leaving three daus., 

1. Frances, m. Rev. Richard Dowse, Dean of Clonmacnoise. 

2. Elizabeth. 

3. Charlotte Eleanor, m. 15 April, 1880, Freeman William 
Deane (see DEANE of Berkley). 

1. Jane, m. Humphrey Bor. 

2. Eleanor, m. James Johnston. 3. Anna Maria. 
The eldest son. 

WILLIAM THOMAS BRISCOE, J.P., ol Riverdale, b. 1792; m. 
1818, Maria Elizabeth, dau. of James Rynd, of Deiryyolnn, co. 
Fermanagh and Ryndville, co. Meath, and d. 1854, having by her 
(who d. 1874) had issue, 

1. EDWARD JOHN, late of Riverdale. 

2. James Rynd (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Vicar of II- 
minster, Somerset, b. Sept. 1821 ; m. 1845, Barbara, dau. of Ben- 
jamin Riky, of Bally low, co. Carlow, and d. 5 Jan. 1898, having had 
issue, 

1. William Thomas (The Grange, Kington Langley, Chippen- 
ham, Wilts), b. 1849 ; m. 1875, Alice Agnes, dau. of Francis 
Spencer, of 10, Sydney Place, Bath, and has had issue, 

(1) Howard William, b. 1876, d. 1878. 

(2) John Fetherstonhaugh (Rev.), M.A. Oxon, Rector of 
Bagborough, Taunton, since 1904, b. 1877. 

(3) James Rynd, B.A. Cantab. (Achill, Chippenham, Wilts), 
b. 1879 ; m. 3 Oct. 1911, Margery Vera Ernie, dau. of Rev. 
Andrew Pope, Rector of Langley Burrell, Chippenham. 

(4) William Thomas, B.A. Cantab., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
b. 1880 ; m. 21 June, 1910, Nancy, younger dau. of Andrew 
Pringle, J.P., of Borgue, co. Kirkcudbright. 

(5) Alexander Angus Riky, b. 1886, d. 1887 

(6) Ralph Angus Nugent, B.A. Cantab., b. 1888. 

(7) Arthur Francis Riky, b 1895, d. 1099. 

2. Benjamin, b. 1852, m. 1882, Harriett Frances, dau. of Rev. 
Edward Cay Adams, Rector of Hawkchurch, and has issue, 

(i) Benjamin Ralph Cay, b. 1886. 

(1) Frances Mary. 

(2) Margaret Catherine. 

3. James Rynd, b. 1855, m. 1894, Linda Sybil, dau. of John R. 
Pine-Coffin, of Portledge, Devon (see that family), and has issue, 

Kathleen. 

4. Edward John Henry Havelock, b. 1858, d. 1878. 



5. Francis Percival, b. 1862, d. 1887" 

i. Barbara. 2. Maria Elizabeth. 

3. Katherine. 

4. Emily, d. 1864. 

1. Hester Matilda, d. 1870. 

2. Frances, d. unm. 1900. 
The elder son, 

EDWARD JOHN BRISCOE, of Riverdale, co. Westmeath, and of 
Screggan, King's Co., J.P. co. Westmeath, High Sheriff King's Co. 
1860, b. 23 April, 1819 ; m. 23 Sept. 1852, Anna Rebecca, eldest 
dau. of Rev. Sir William M. Smith-Marriott, Bart., and d, i May. 
1911, having had issue, 

1. William Thomas, b 1855 ; d. 1859. 

2. EDWARD JOHN MARRIOTT, now of Riverdale. 

3. Robert Ralph, b. 25 Dec. 1867, B.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge ; 
d. unm. 29 April, 1896. 

1. Julia Elizabeth. 2. Maria Elizabeth, d. 1870. 

Seat Riverdale, Killucan, Westmeath. 



BROOKE OF ST7MMERTON. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, 
BROOKE, Bart. 



BROOKE OF DROMAVANA. 

MAJOR EARDLEY WILMOT BROOKE, of Dromavana, 
co. Cavan, Army Service Corps, late of the 6oth 
Rifles, b. 2 Feb. 1870; m. 24 Nov. 1902, Beatrice 
Anna Caroline Isabella, eldest dau. of Clifford 
Lloyd, of Victoria Castle, Killiney, co s Dublin (see 
LLOYD of Lossett), and has issue, 

GUY WILMOT, b. 3 Aug. 1904. 

Lineage. WILLIAM BROOKE, who purchased Dromavana from 
the Sanderson family 1685. Had three sons, 

1. WILLIAM, of Rantavan House, co. Cavan, Scholar of Trinity 

College, Dublin, 1691, Rector of Killinkere, Mullagh, &c., m. 

Lettice, 2nd dau. of Simon Digby, D.D., Bishop of Elphin (see 

BURKE'S Peerage, DIGBY, B.), and had issue two sons, 

1. HENRY BROOKE, of Rantavan, Barrister-at-Law, author of 
Gustavus Vasa, Fool of Quality, Farmer's Letter, b. 1704 ; 
m. his cousin Catherine Meares, of Meares Court, co. West- 
meath, and had twenty-two children, of whom survived, 

Arthur, in the Army, d. young. 

Charlotte, author of Translations from Irish Bards, d. 1792. 

2. Robert Brooke, m. his cousin Honor, dau. of Rev. Henry 
Brooke, Rector of Kinawley, co. Fermanagh, and had issue, 

(1) Henry, of Dublin, whose son was William Brooke, of 
Hastings, whose dau. was Mrs. Dolier, whose dau. m. Ven. 
Cadwallader Wolseley, Archdeacon of Glendalough, and is 
authore&s of Villeroi and many popular religious books. 

(2) Thomas Digby, m. and had issue, 

Thomas Henry, author of History of Si. Helena, Secretary 
to the Council "and Acting Governor of St. Helena, m. Miss 
Wright, and had issue, Thomas, of London, m. Miss 
Brabazon, and other issue. 

(3) Henry Daniel Digby, of Coolock House, m. Miss Lucinda 
Dobbyn, and had issue, i. Joseph ; 2. Henry ; 3. Leonard 
(who m. Rhoda, dau. of J . Prentice, of Caledou, co. Tyrone, 
and has issue a. Henry, of Oxton, Birkenhead ; b. Leonard, 
m. his cousin Sybil Diana, dau. of Rev. Stopford Brooke ; 
and a. Rhoda Annie) ; 4. William ; and five daus. 

(4) Digby, an Officer of Engineers, killed in India. 

(5) Robert, of Prosperous, co. Kildare, Col. in the Army, and 
Governor of St. Helena 1795, when he received the thanks 
of the King and Government through Mr. Dundas, for his 
relief of the Cape of Good Hope, by sending troops against 
the Dutch ; and in 1799 Co1 - Brooke was presented by 
Marquess Wellesley, Governor of India, with a diamond- 
hilted sword, in full assembly. He m. Mrs. Wynne, nee 
Mapletoft, and had issue, 

1. James, Major Bengal Horse Artillery, m. Miss Patton, 
dau. of Governor Robert Patton, and had issue, a son, 
Harold Kynnesman Mapletoft, m. Margaret Louisa 
Symonds, of Hinton Abbey, and d. 1867, leaving issue, 

(a) Ellen Louisa Symonds, m. 1870, Rev. Stephen Prust 
Jose, M.A., Vicar of Churchill, Somerset, and has issue; 

(b) Margaret Selina Patton, m. 1871, Peter Hugh Jekyll 
Lewes Rye, of Te Hill, N.Z., and has issue) ; and a dau. 
Anna, m. Rev. Thomas Spencer, A.M. 

2. Rev. John Michael, Rector of Ahenas, Cork, m. Louisa, 
dau. of Dean Holt Waring, of Waringstown, and had issue, 
Anna, m. Ridley. 



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Brooke. 



i. Elizabeth, m. H. A. Marshall, of Ceylon, and had issue, 
John A. B. Marshall, M.A., and Rev. Henry, of Bath, m. 
Miss Lucy Sadler, and has issue. 

2. ALEXANDER, of Dromavana, of whom presently. 

3. Henry (Rev.), Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin 1700, Rector 
of Kinawley, co. Fermanagh, m. Thomasine, dau. of Rev. Thomas 
Tucker, Rector of Moynalty, and had issue, 

Henry, Governor of Madras, and afterwards of Rathcoffy, co. 
Kildare, m. and had, with other issue, 

(1) Henry. 

(2) William, Lieut-Gen, and Col. 5th Dragoon Guards, m. 
Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Nicholls, and d. at Bath s.p. 

(3) Robert, of Royal Crescent, Bath, m. ist, Anne, dau. of 
Stephen Ram, of Ramsfort, co. Wexford, and Lady Charlotte 
Slopford his wife, dau. of James, ist Earl of Courtown ; m. 
2ndly, Miss Sill, dau. of the Rev. H. Sill, and has issue, 

i. Henry, late of the nth Hussars, m. the dau. of Myles 
Ponsonby, J.P., Hale Hall, Cumberland, 
i. Sally. 2. Mary. 

Honor, m. her cousin Robert Brooke, of Rantavan, and had 
issue as above. 
The 2nd son, 

ALEXANDER BROOKE, of Dromavana, m. July, 1713, Catherine, 
eldest dau. of Richard Young, J.P., of Drumgoon, co. Cavan, and 
had issue a son, 

REV. WILLIAM BROOKE, D.D., of Dromavana and of Firmount, co. 
Longford, Scholar Trinity College Dublin, b. 1720 ; Rector of the 
Union of Granard for fifty years to whom honourable and interesting 
reference is made by Maria Edgeworth in the Memoirs of her father, 
vol. ii., p. 12. He m. his cousin Elizabeth, dau. of Mathew Young, 
of Lahard, co. Cavan, by his wife. Miss Nesbit, and had issue, 
1. Richard (Rev.), of Dromavana, Rector of Ballyconnel, d.s.p. 
1818. 2. WILLIAM. 

1. Honor, m. Eyles Irwin, of Bellevue, Fermanagh, the Oriental 
traveller, and had issue. 
The 2nd son, 

WILLIAM BROOKE, M.D., of Dromavana, Dublin, and of Culmaine 
House, co. Monaghan, b. 1769 ; m. Angel, dau. of Capt. Edward 
Perry, co. Tyrone, and niece and heiress of Col. Richard Graham, 
co. Monaghan,* and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM (Right Hon.), of Dromavana. 

2. Edward Perry (Rev.), formerly Capt. 62nd Foot, Precentor 
and Canon of Dromore Cathedral, and Rector of Magheralin, co. 
Down, b. 1799 ; m. 1837, Lucy Catherine, dau. of Dr. James 
Saurin, Bishop of Dromore, and d. 1892, having by her (who ^.1887) 
had issue, 

1. William Saurin, Col. Bengal Army, 6. 26 June, 1838 ; m. 
Jane, dau. of J. McMaster. He d. 13 June, 1902, leaving issue, 

(1) Edward William Saurin, Lieut. R.A., b. 25 March, 1873. 

(2) John William. 

(1) Mary, m. Capt. Grenville E. Temple, Sherwood Foresters. 

(2) Marguerite. 

2. James Mark Saurin (Rev.), late H.M. i7th Regt., Rector 
of St. Mary, Woolnoth, London ; m. Amy, only dau. and heiress 
of John R. Stanford, of Badingham, Suffolk, and has issue, 

(i) John, dec. (2) Edward James, 

(i) Myrtle. (2) Bryony. 

(3) Avens. (4) Orpine. 

3. George Howard, d. young. 

4. Loftus Edward, m. Rosamund, dau. of Rev. Meredith Brown. 

1. Elizabeth Lucy, m. Edward Sandars, dec, 

2. Cornelia Angelina, m. Augustus E. Brush, J.P., of Drum- 
nab reeze, co. Down. She d. 3 May, 1907, having had issue. 

3. Frances Charlotte, m. Lieut.-Col. W. B. Digby, of Balna- 
carra, co. Westmeath. 

3. Richard Sinclair (Rev.), D.D., Rector of Wyton, Hunts, b. 
1802 ; m. Anna Maria, dau. of the Rev. Dr. Joseph Stopford, of 
the Courtown family, Rector of Conwal, and ex-Fellow of Trin. 
College, Dublin. He d. 6 Aug. 1882. She d. 24 April, 1903, 
leaving issue, 

i. Stopford Augustus (Rev.),&. 1832 ; m. March, 1858, Emma 
Diana, eldest dau. of T. Wentworth Beaumont, of Bretton 
Park, co. York, M.P. for Northumberland, and has issue, 

(1) Stopford William Wentworth, b. 18 Jan. 1859 ; . 1903, 
Helen T. Ellis, of Boston, U.S.A. 

(2) Graham Vernon, dec. 

(1) Honor. 

(2) Maud, m. 8 Oct. 1897, Thomas William Rolleston, son of 
Charles Rolleston-Spunner, Q.C. (see ROLLESTON of ffranck- 
lort C'tstle), and has issue. (3) Evelyn. 

(4) Olive, m. Rev. L. Jacks, and has issue, five sons and a dau. 

(5) Sybil, m. her cousin Leslie Brooke, and has issue. 

(6) Verona, m. 28 Jan. 1908, Rev. Cecil Welland. 



* Major Brooke, as the representative ot the Grahams, formerly of 
Rahin, Queen's Co., who were a branch of the Netherby family, 
is in possession of a massive old ring (stated to have been a royal 
gift) worn by his lineal ancestor, Sir Richard Graeme, and com- 
memorative of an act of extraordinary chivalry at the fight of 
Aherlow, A.D. 1600. Here it was that Capt. Richard Graeme, 
commanding a band of sixty horse, attacked and " rowted " the 
whole forces of the Sugan "Earl of Desmond, consisting of 600 
soldiers. In his third charge Graeme penetrated to their camp, 
seizing their carriage*, standards, &c. ; but in his fourth assault he 
charged so desperately that he " scattered the'r whole battalions," 
and that with such effect that Stafford says the Earl's forces were 
utterly broken and he was brought to a desperate " fortune," and 
never again could rally to a head, " but gat him into Ulster." 
See Pacata Hibernia, pp. 149, 150. 



2. William Graham, Barrister-at-Law, d, 27 April, 1907. 

3. Edward Thomas, Maor-Gen. late Royal Engineers, d. 1910. 

4. Arthur Sinclair (Rev.), Rector of Slingsby, co. York, m. 
Mary Ellen, dau. of R. P. Rodick, of Woodclose, Arnside, and 
has issue, 

Roderick St. Clair. 
Janet Honor. 

1. Anna Stopford, m. Very Rev. T. J. Wellaud, Bishop of 
Down, and left issue. 

2. Cecilia. 3. Elizabeth Honor. 4. Angel Stopford. 

4. Irwin Alexander, drowned. 

5. George Perry, Capt. 68th Native Infantry, d. in India, 1844. 

1. Margaret, m. Thomas Atkinson, of co. Donegal, and d. 1880, 
leaving issue. 

2. Elizabeth, d. 1890. 3. Catherine, d. 1819. 
4. Frances, d. 1818. 

The eldest son, 

RIGHT HON. WILLIAM BROOKE, of Dromavana and Taney Hill 
House, co. Dublin, Q.C. and LL.D., Master in Chancery, and Com- 
missioner of the Great Seal in Ireland, b. 22 July, 1796 ; m. ist, 
26 Aug. 1819, Emily Margaret, only dau. of Robert Rogers Wilmot, 
Deputy Recorder of Cork, and sister of Edward Wilmot-Chetwode 
(see CHETWODE of Woodbrooke), and by her (who d. 1850) had issue, 

1. William Armitage, b. 3 July, 1823 ; d. 1903. 

2. ROBERT WILMOT, of whom presently. 

3. Henry Edward (Rev.), b. 20 May, 1829 ; m. Maria, dau. of 
Rev. J. A. Jetter, Vicar of Ironbridge, co. Salop, and d. 5 April, 
1897, leaving issue, 

1. William Montagu, b. 1861. 

2. Charles Wilmot, twin with his brother, d. 1861. 

3. Henry Sinclair (Rev.), Vicar of Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, 
b. 1865 ; m. 14 April, 1898, Georgina Louisa Margaret, eldest 
dau. of Capt. T. Stuart Russell, D.L., of St. John's, Wakefield, 
W.R. York, Chief Constable, by Louisa Charlotte Emily, dau. 
of the Rev. Sir Thomas Eardley Wilmot Blomefield, 3rd bart. 
She d. 16 Nov. 1906. He m' 2ndly, 28 April, 1909, Violet 
Wason, eldest dau. of the late James Wason, of Merton Hall, 
Newton Stewart, N.B., and had issue, 

(1) Henry James Sinclair, b. 20 Feb. 1910. 

(2) Rollo Sinclair, b. 22 Jan. 1911. 

i. Margaret Graham, b. 1863, m. 1889, her cousin Graham 
Wilmot Brooke, who d. 5 March, 1892, leaving issue (see above). 

4. Charles Francis, b. 21 May, 1835 ; Lieut. 4oth Foot, fell in 
battle at Waitara, New Zealand, 27 June, 1860. 

1. Caroline Hamilton, m. Sept. 1844, B. Clifford Lloyd, LL.D. 

and Q.C., and d. 1864, leaving issue. 

Mr. Brooke m. 2ndly, Catherine A. D., dau. of Rev. William 
Bradford, Rector of Storrington, co. Sussex, but by her (who d. 
1882) had no issue. He d. 19 Aug. 1881, and was s. by his 2nd son, 

LIEUT.-COL. ROBERT WILMOT BROOKE, of Dromavana, and of 
Heathdene, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Lieut.-Col. (retired) 
6oth Rifles, b. 15 Dec. 1826 ; m. ist, 9 April, 1863, Elizabeth Joanna 
Anne, only dau. of Gen. Sir Duncan MacGregor, K.C.B., by Eliza- 
beth Douglas Trotter his wife, dau. of Sir William Dick, 4th bart. 
of Prestonfield, and by her (who d. 28 July, 1883) has had issue, 

1. Graham Wilmot, of the Church Missionary Society, b. 23 Feb. 
1865 ; m. ii Dec. 1889, Margaret Graham, only dau. of Rev. 
H. E. Brooke, and d. at Lokija, River Niger, Africa, 5 March, 
1892, leaving issue, 

Duncan Graham Wilmot, b. i Nov. 1890 ; d. 28 July, 1897. 

2. Douglas Wilmot, b. 27 April, 1867 ; d. 10 May, 1868. 

3. EARDLEY WILMOT, now of Dromavana. 

1. Lilian Elizabeth Emily, 6. 20 Feb. 1864 ; d. 10 Feb. 1865. 
Col. Brooke m. 2ndly, 1885, Bertha Alice, sth dau. of the late 
Admiral Sir J. Crawford Caffin, K.C.B., and d. 8 April, 1898, leaving 
issue, 

4. Robert Crawford Wilmot, b. 14 Oct. 1887. 

5. James Morton Wilmot, b. 27 Oct. 1888. 
Seat Dromavana, co. Cavan. 



BROOKE OF ARDEEN. 

FRANCIS THEOPHILUS BROOKE, of Ardeen, co. 
Wicklow, J.P. and D.L., co. Fermanagh, J.P. co. 
Wicklow, late Lieut. R.N., b. 1851 ; m. 20 June, 
1877, Alice Mary, dau. of Very Rev. W. Ogle Moore, 
Dean of Clogher ; she d. 16 April, 1909, having had 
issue, 

1. GEORGE FRANK (Donkerhock, Caledon, Cape Colony], Capt. 
late Connaught Rangers, A.D.C. to Commander in Ch. Dublin, 
served in South African War (dangerously wounded at Colenso, 
medal), b. 30 Oct. 1878 ; m. 12 June, 1907, Theodora Olivia, dau. 
of Richard Meredith Jackson, of Natal, and has issue, 

1. Frank Hastings, b. 18 March, 1909. 

2. Oliver George, b. 3 July, 1911. 

2 Henry Hastings, Lieut. 5th Batt. Connaught Rangers, served 
in South African War (medal), b. 28 April, 1882. 
1. Alice Gertrude, m. 26 April, 1905, Dermot Henry Doyne D.L., 
of St. Austin's, Tullow, co. Carlow, younger son of Charles Mervyn 
Doyne, of Wells (see that family). 

Mr. Brooke is the youngest son of George Augustus 
I Frederick Brooke, D.L., of Ashbrooke, co. Fer- 
! managh (who d. 20 Feb. 1874), and Lady Arabella 



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Georgiana Hastings his wife (who d. 29 Jan. 1899), 
dau. of Hans Francis, nth Earl of Huntingdon, and 
grandson of Sir Henry Brooke, ist Bart, of Cole- 
brooke. 

Ijineag-e, Arms. &c. See BURKE'S Peerage, BROOKE, Bart. 

Seat Ardeen, Shillelagh, co. Wicklow. Clubs Kildare Street 
and Bachelors'. 



BROOKE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BROOKE, Bart. 



BROWN OF CLONBOY. 

ERNEST GEORGE BROWN, of Clonboy, co. Clare, 
Lord of that Manor, and of Lisnagry, co. Limerick, 
J.P. co. Clare, 6. 7 Aug. 1864 ; s. his father 20 Oct. 
1907. 

Lineage. JOHN BROWN, of Maghlands, in Scotland, m. Jane, 
dau. of Sir Robert Gordon, of Lochinvar (by his wife, Lady Isabella 
Ruthven, dau. of the ist Earl of Cowrie), and sister of ist Viscount 
Kenmure. His son, 

JOHN BROWN, marched into England with CHARLES II to Wor- 
cester ; he had a command in the Horse under the Duke of Hamil- 
ton ; after being severely wounded at Worcester he fled to Ireland 
and settled at Dungannon, co. Tyrone, where he d. temp. CHARLES II. 
By Alice his wife, he left a son, 

WILLIAM BROWN, 6. at Belfast, 1658, Lieut, and Adjutant of 
CoL St. John's Regt. of Foot, served with distinction at Derry, 
Aughrim, Boyne, and the siege of Limerick. He settled at Clonboy 
1691, his grant being confirmed together with the tolls of Bridge- 
town fair in 1717, m. 20 Feb. 1676, Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Rock, 
of the Vale of Evesham, and d. 28 Feb. 1725-6, leaving bv her a 
numerous family of which the eldest son, ' 

THE VEN. JOHN BROWN, Archdeacon and Chancellor of Limerick 
Rector of Rathkeale, J.P., b. 24 Jan. 1684 ; m. 6 Aug. 1717, Anne', 
eldest dau. of John Vincent, of Erina, co. Clare, Alderman of 
Limerick, and was s. by his son, 

JOHN BROWN, of Danesford and Mount Brown, co. Limerick 
b. 3 April, 1724 ; m. 12 Jan. 1751, Meliora, dau. and co-heir of Col. 
the Hon. Henry Southwell, 2nd son of Thomas, ist Viscount South- 
well, and had issue, two sons, 

1. HENRY, his heir. 

2. John Southwell, of Mount Brown, co. Limerick, b. 31 March 
1763 ; m. ii March, 1794, Mary, dau. of Nathaniel Gordon, of 
Whitchill, co. Lanark, and by her (who d. 6 Dec. 184?) had issue 

1. JOHN SOUTHWELL, of Mount Brown, an Officer in the loth 
Hussars, 6. 9 March, 1794 ; m. 22 July, 1817, Margaret Anne, 
and dau. of Major-Gen. Agmondisham Vesey, of Hampton 
Court Middlesex, and d. 1872, having by her (who d. 13 Jan. 
1053) had issue, 

(1) EDWARD JOHN VESEY, of Mount Brown, co. Limerick, 
J.P., Lieut.-Col. late 6oth Rifles, b. 6 Dec. 1818 ; m. 16 Sept. 
1848, Rose Augusta, 4 th dau. of Admiral Sir William Parker, 
Bart., G.C.B., and d.s.p. 19 Sept. 1894. 

(2) John, Lieut. 25th Bombav Native Infantry, b. 3 July, 
\ 1823, accidentally killed in India, July 1841. 

A (3) Vesey Agmondisham, of Mount Brown, b. 3 June, 1824 
m. 1855, Mary Edith, dau. of Rev. Edward Massingberd, and 
d. Sept. 1895, leaving issue, a son. 

(4) Henry Francis, ft. 3 Oct. 1824 ', t. 1848, Maria, dau. of 
Frederick Smith, of Moulmain, and by her (who d. 1853) has 

Sophia. 

(5) Thomas Anthony Southwell, b. 2 Jan. 1826, Col. late 8 3 rd 
Kegt. ; m. 16 Jan. 1856, Laura Lysaght Mary, dau. of George 
Hewson, of Castle Hewson, co. Limerick, and has, with 
other issue, 

John Southwell, Major 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, 6. 22 
April, 1859. 

(6) Sidney Reynett, 6. 22 July, 1831 ; m. ist, April, 1858, 
Mary, dau. of William Cox, of Ballynoe, co. Limerick, and bv 
her (who d. April, 1861) has issue, 

1. Alice Vesey, b. 1859. 

He m. 2 ndly, March, 1868, Charlotte Gower, dau. of Charles 
R. Blandy of Maderia, andd. Jan. 1903, leaving further issue, 
x. Charles Sidney Vesey, b. 1867. His wife, Mary Eliza- 
beth, d. 13 May, 1902. 

2. Florence Vesey, b. 1869. 

3. Charlotte Mary Vesey, b. 1876. 

4. Rose Sidney Vesey, b. 1880. 

5. Helen Margaret Vesey, b. 1885. 

(i) Mary Gordon. ( 2 ) Augusta Margaret. 

2. Nathaniel Gordon, b. 22 April, 1795 ; d. 1796. 

3. Henry, b. ig April, 1797. 

4. Vincent, b. 23 June, 1809 ; m. Mary Darlev dau of 

Coghlan. 

i. Laura, m. 1825, George Hewson, of Castle Hewson, co. 
Limerick. 



2. Meliora, m. 1826, Alexander Elliott, of Tanavaller. 

3. Mary Anne, m. 1825, Major Charles Carthew. 

4. Elizabeth Catherine. 5. Catherine, d. unm. 1822. 

1. Anne, m. Robert Peppard, of Cappagh, co. Limerick. 

2. Phoebe, m. ist, John Finch, a younger son of William Finch, 
of Kilcolman, co. Tipperary ; and 2ndly, George Hewson. 

3. Frances, m. Michael Cantillon Heffernan, of co. Limerick. 
The eldest son and heir, 

HENRY BROWN, of Danesfort, and of Clonboy, co. Clare, and at 
one period of Rich Hill, b. 26 Aug. 1754 ' m * T .7 8 2, Sarah, dau. and 
heiress of Richard Pierce, of Lisnagry, co. Limerick, (of a family 
originally from Wilts and Berkshire), by Mary his wife, dau. of Col. 
William Harrison, of Ballycarrane, co. Waterford, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, of Clonboy. 

2. Henry, m. the dau. of Col. Jones, of co. Galway, and had issue. 

3. Edward, m. Miss Whelan, of co. Carlow, and had issue. 

4. Pierce, m. Miss Bouchier, and had issue. 

5. William, m. Miss Fitzgerald, of Limerick, and had issue. 

6. Francis, of Mount Southwell, m. Anne, dau. of James Hill, of 
Graig, and had issue, 

Henry Southwell, d. unm. 

Mary, m. 6 Oct. 1837, James Hill, of Graig, co. Cork. 

1. Meliora, m. Thomas Alexander Odell, of Odellvilie, co. Limerick, 
and had issue. 

2. Sarah, m. Sharman. 

3. Anna, m. ist, James Griffin ; and 2ndly, Cassan. 

4. Catherine, m. W. J. Lawrenson, and had issue. 
Mr. Brown d. 1836. His eldest son, 

JOHN BROWN, of Bridgetown (Clonboy), Capt. Limerick Militia, 
m. 1801, Constance (who d. 1860), 2nd dau. of Col. William Odell, of 
The Grove, co. Limerick (M.P. for co. Limerick for thirty years, and 
a Lord of the Treasury), by Aphra his wife, dau. of John Crone, of 
Byblow, co. Cork. Mr. Brown d.v.p. Jan. 1833, having had issue, 

1. JOHN, late of Clonboy. 

2. William, m. Mildred, dau. of Thomas Odell, and d. leaving 
one dau., 

Mildred, m. 1856, Charles Sandes, of Carrigafoyle, co. Kerry. 

3. Henry, m. Sarah, dau. of Major Thomas Odell, and d. leaving 
issue. 

4. Thomas Anthony Southwell, m. 1836, Isma Cowley, 4th dau. 
of Thomas Lidwill, of Clonmore, and Cormackstown, co. Tipperary, 
by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of Robert Atkins, of Firville, and d. 
having had issue, 

1. John, M.D., m. 3 Jan. 1866, Nanny, dau. of John Peppard, 
of Cappagh. 

2. Thomas, m. Matilda, dau. of Robert Lidwill, and d. Jan. 

3. Robert Lidwill, b. 29 May, 1842 ; m. 10 Sept. 1866, Louisa 
Catherine, eldest dau. of the' late James Stanley, of the Grange, 
Armagh, and has issue, 

(1) Thomas Anthony Stanley, b. 15 June, 1867. 

(2) Stanley, b. 3 Sept. 1868. 

(3) Robert William, b. 15 Jan. 1871. 

(1) Ismenia, b. 5 Jan. 1873. 

(2) Mildred, b. 8 Oct. 1874. 

(3) Maud Lidwill, b. 26 Nov. 1876. 

5. Richard Pierce, dec. 

1. Aphra, m. ist, James Fisher ; and 2ndly, William Scanlan, 
Barrister-at-Law, and is dec. 

2. Sarah, m. i March, 1834, Hugh Scanlan. 

3. Frances, m. Rev. Richard Maunsell, of Milford, co. Limerick, 

4. Phoebe, m. William Odell, Surgeon-Major, Army Medical 
Department, dec. 

5. Emily, m. Matthew Scanlan, both dec. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BROWN, of Clonboy, co. Clare, J.P., s. his grandfather 
1836. He was b. 23 Jan. 1802 ; m. 25 Aug. 1826, Mary Charlotte, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Lidwell, of Clonmore and Cormackstown, co. 
Tipperary, by Mary his wife, dau. of Robert Atkins, of Firville, co. 
Coik, and d. 6 Dec. 1870, having by her (who d. 26 Dec, 1878) had 
issue, 

1. John, b. 19 Sept. 1827 ; m. 1855, Harriet Vereker, dau. of John 
Westropp. 

2. ROBERT LIDWILL, late of Clonboy. 

3. William Thomas, b. 13 Oct. 1839, dec. 

4. George Arthur, b. 25 March, 1841. 

1. Mary Atkins, m. 1860, Thomas Stannard McAdam. 

2. Isma Helen, d. i July, 1911 ; m. 1855, Capt. Richard 
Cradock, i7th Regt. 

3. Constance Margaret, m. 1860, Thomas George Mawe, ist West 
Indian Regt. 

The second son, 

ROBERT LIDWILL BROWN, of Clonboy, co. Clare, and of Lisnagry, 
co. Limerick, J.P. cos. Clare and Limerick, b. 8 Aug. 1837 ; m. Jan. 
1862, Margaret, dau. of Col. Sheldon Cradock, M.P., of Hartforth 
Hall, Richmond, Yorkshire, and d. 20 Oct. 1907, having had issue, 

1. ERNEST GEORGE, now of Clonboy. 

2. Richard Cradock, b. 3 Nov. 1868 ; d. 21 Nov. 1907. 

3. Harry Lidwill, b. 16 Dec. 1873 ! d.s.p. 23 Sept. 1895. 

1. Isma Frances Lidwill, m. Keith Ogilvie Baird Young, of 
Ascreavie, co. Forfar. 

2. Constance Meta. 

3. Esther Lisba Marion, m. Ronald Vickers, son of Col. T. E. 
Vickers, of Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W., and d. 5 Feb. 1909. 

4. Jackaleen Maude, m. Aug. 1899, Henry Hay McKerrell-Brown, 
of 10, North Park Terrace, Edinburgh, and has issue. 

5. Helen Cowly. 

6. Mona Isobel, m. April, I9 io, Capt. T. S. Skinner, P.O.W.P., 
son of Col. Skinner, R.E. 

Seat Clonboy, O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare. 



75 



IRELAND. 



Browne. 




BROWNE OF NEW GROVE. 

THOMAS HENRY BRADY 
BROWNE, of New Grove, 
co. Clare, J.P. co. Clare, 
High Sheriff 1907, Capt. 
R.F.A. (Special Reserve), 
formerly Lieut. 5th 
Lancers, b. 1882; m. 1907, 
Mabel Frances, dau. of 
Nathaniel Mayne, M.D., 
of Longford, and has 
issue, 

1. THOMAS HENRY BRADY, b. 

29 June, 1911. 

1. Deborah Violet Brady. 

Lineage EDMOND BROWNE, 
of Ballyslattery, or New Grove, 
co. Clare, son of Edmond Browne, 
m. Bridget, dau. and co-heir of 
Thomas Blaney, of Furgonan, 
Montgomery, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Edmund. 

3. Nevil. 

1. Mary, d. unm. 

2. Jane, m, John Miller, of 
Ballycasey co. Clare. 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BROWNE, of New Grove, b. 1661 ; d. 17 Sept. 1717 ; m. 
1694, Elizabeth, dau. of William Smith, of Dunagrogne, co. Clare, 
and had issue, 

1. EDMUND, his heir. 

2. Thomas, whose will dated 23 July, 1779, was proved 27 Aug. 
1780, d.s.p. 

3. George, d.s.p. 1768. 

1. A dau. m. Richard Hart, of Ballyhenor, co. Clare. 

2. Anne, m. William Miller, of Ballycasey. 
The eldest son, 

EDMUND BROWNE, of New Grove, d. 1768, High Sheriff co. Clare 
1733 and 1745 ; m. Jan. 1726, Jane, dau. of Mountiford Westropp, 
of Attyflin, co. Limerick (see that family), and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 2. Mountiford. 

3. William. 

1. Jane, m. Thomas Westropp, of Ballysteen, co. Limerick (see 
WESTROPP of Attyflin). 

2. Anne, m. 29 May, 1760, Vere Hunt, of Currah, co. Limerick 
(see HUNT of Cummer More). 

3. Gertrude, m. Robert Hunt, of Inchirourke, co. Limerick (see 
HUNT of Cummer More). 

4. Letitia, m. Poole Hickman, of Kilmore, co. Clare. 

5. Bridget, m. 12 Jan. 1764, William Henn, of Paradise, co. Clare 
(see that family). 

The eldest son, 

THOMAS BROWNE, of New Grove, 6. 1726 ; d. 1779, High Sheriff 
co. Clare 1773, m. 1765, Mary, dau. of William Westby, of High 
Park, co. Wicklow (see WESTBY of Roebuck Castle), who had issue, 

1. EDMUND, his heir. 2. William. 

3. THOMAS, who s. his nephew. 

1. Mary, m. Henry Brady, of Raheens, co. Clare, and had issue, 
LUKE BRADY, of Brookville, co. Clare, d. 25 Jan. 1864 ; m. 
Anne, dau. of Rev. Windham Magrath-FitzGerald, of Limerick, 
and had, 

(1) HENRY BRADY, d.v.p., s.p. 

(2) WINDHAM BRADY, who s. and assumed the name and arms 
of BROWNE, of whom hereafter. 

(3) THOMAS BROWNE BRADY, who s. his brother. 

2. Jane, m. Francis Greene, of Kilranalagh, co. Wicklow. 

3. Anne, m. Jeremiah Hayes, of Killaragh, co. Tipperary. 

4. Matilda, m. ist, John Harrison, of Garruragh, co. Clare; 2ndly, 
Nicholas Coyne, of Moyne, co. Clare. 

The eldest son, 

EDMUND BROWNE, of New Grove, d. Dec. 1801 ; m. 1798, Anne, 
dau. of Poole Hickman, of Kilmore, Collene, and left issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

1. Mary, m. 20 Dec. 1824, Francis Gore, of Tyredagh Castle, co. 
Clare (see HICKMAN of Tyredagh Castle). 

2. Letitia. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS BROWNE, of New Grove, d.s.p. March, 1813, and was s. 
by his uncle, 

THOMAS BROWNE, of New Grove, b. March, 1774 ; d. 9 Feb. 1847, 
J.P., D.L., co. Clare, High Sheriff 1808, m. 7 Nov. 1814, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Laurence Comyn, of Moyne, co. Clare, s.p. On her death, 
9 Sept. 1864, the estates passed to her husband's eldest surviving 
grand-nephew, 

WINDHAM BROWNE, of New Grove, Ensign i7th Foot, b. April, 
1844, who, by Royal Licence 3 Jan. 1866, assumed the name and 
arms of BROWNE in lieu of Brady. He d.s.p. and was s. by his 
brother, 

THOMAS BROWNE BROWNE, of New Grove, b. 1847 ; d. 1901, 
assumed the name and arms of BROWNE in lieu of Brady by Royal 
Licence, 3 March, 1877. He m. 1875, Emily Ellen Josephine, dau. of 
John Perry, of Castle View, co. Clare, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS HENRY BRADY, now of New Grove. 

2. Windham Alexander, b. 1887. 

3. Alfred Lucius, b. 1888. 




Arms Arg. on a bend engrailed between two plain double 
cottises sa., three eagles displayed with two heads of the first 
in the sinister chief point a pellet. Crest An eagle displayed 
with two heads per pale ar. and sa., the dexter wing charged with 
a pellet, the sinister with a plate. Motto Nee times nee sperno. 

Seats New Grove, Tulla, co. Clare, and Cartron, Burrin 
co. Clare. 



KNOX-BROWNE OF AUGHENTAINE 

CASTLE. 
JOHN HERVEY 
KNOX -BROWNE, of 
Aughentaine Castle, 
co. Tyrone, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 
1887, late Capt. i2th 
Lancers, and A.D.C. 
to his Grace the Duke 
of Abercorn, Lord- 
Lieut, of Ireland in 
1866, and Lieut.-Col. 
9th Brigade North 
Irish Division Royal 
Artillery, assumed the 
additional name and 
arms of Knox, by 
Royal sign - manual, 
dated 16 March, 1874; 
6.1841; w.i9Dec. 1867, 
Louisa Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Francis Arthur Knox- 
Gore, Bart, of Beleek Manor, co. Mayo, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of Col. Charles Nesbitt Knox, of Castle 
Lacken, co. Mayo, and by her (who d. 22 May, 1903) 
has issue, 

1. THOMAS ARTHUR HERVEY, late Capt. Mid Ulster Artillery, b t 
29 May, 1870. 

2. Mervyn William Charles Nesbitt, b. 21 April, 1880 ; m. 
i Aug. 1911, May, only dau. of late Barry George. 

1. Sarah Hannah Madeline. 2. Augusta Caroline. 

3. Eileen Hester Louisa, m. 22 March, 1911, Lieut. George 
Richard Colin Campbell, R.N., son of Rev. E. F. Campbell, 
M.A., Rector of Killyman, co. Tyrone. 

Lineagre. JOHN HAMILTON BROWNE, of Comber House, co. 
Londonderry, and Aughentaine, co. Tyrone, son of THOMAS 
BROWNE, of co. Londonderry, by Elizabeth Hamilton his wife, niece 
of James Hamilton, Provost of Strabane about 1720, and grandson 
of GEORGE BROWNE, also of Londonderry, by his wife, Mary, dau. of 
Col. Hogg ; m. 1795, Jane Matilda, dau. of William Lecky, of 
Castle Fin, co. Donegal, M.P. for Londonderry in the Irish House 
of Commons, by Hannah his wife, dau. of Conolly McCausiand, 
D.L. of Drenagh, co. Derry, and d. 1848, having by her (whorf. 
1855} had issue. 

1. Conolly William Lecky, of Comber House, d. unm. 1862. 

2. THOMAS RICHARDSON, $. to Aughentaine. 

3. GEORGE, of Comber House, J.P., D.L. co. Londonderry, 
formerly Major 44th Regt., b. 1816 ; m. 1844, Susan Mary, dau . 
of Thomas Hilton, of Ardwick, near Manchester, and d. 1887 
having had issue, 

1. John Walter L'Estrange Hamilton, of the gth Lancers, b. 
1846 ; d.s.p. 1880. 

2. William Lecky Hamilton, Capt. R.N., of Comber House, 
s. his father 1887 ; b. 1848 ; d. unm. 12 Dec. 1900. 

Cecil Hamilton BROWNE-LECKY, now of Comber House, 
?., High Sheriff of co. Londonderry 1906, Lieut.-Col. 5th 
I. Fus., assumed the name of LECKY by Deed Poll 1898. 

4. John Hamilton, d. unm. 

1. Hannah Sidney. 

2. Elizabeth, m. John Cole (see BURKE 's Peerage, ENNISKILLEN, 
E.). 

The 2nd but eldest surviving son, 

THOMAS RICHARDSON BROWNE, of Aughentaine, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff of Tyrone in 1832 ; b. 1810 ; m. 1839, Sarah, 4th dau. 
of Hervey Pratt de Montmorency, of Castle Morres, co. Kilkenny, 
D.L., and by her (who d. i March, 1889) had issue, 

1. JOHN HERVEY, his heir. 

2. Raymond Saville, who assumed the additional name of LECKY 
after that of Browne, under royal sign-manual, dated 4 March, 
1871, in compliance with the will of his great uncle, Conolly, 
William M'Causland Lecky, of Londonderry, and d. unm. 20 Aug. 
1837. 

3. Conolly William Lecky Browne-Lecky, of Derry, High Sheriff 
city and co. Londonderry 1888, who assumed the additional name 
of LECKY under royal sign-manual, dated 12 May, 1874, in com- 
pliance with the will of his great-uncle, Conolly William M'Caus- 
land Lecky, of Londonderry ; s. his brother 1873 ; 28 Nov 
1878, Annie Henrietta, eldest dau. of Charles Eccles, D.L., of 
Ecclesville, and has, with other issue, 

Raymond S. C. De Montmorency, b. 1881. 



Browne. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 




1. Rose Sarah, m. Major J. D. Ellis, late 22nd Regt. 

2. Caroline Frances, m. 23 May, 1871, John Stewart Eccles, 
of Ecclesville, D.L. co. Tyrone, and had issue (see MCCLINTOCK 
of Seskinore). 

3. Matilda Theodosia, m. n Dec. 1883, Capt. Charles Eccles, son 
of Charles Eccles, of Ecclesville (see MCCLINTOCK of Seskinore). 

Mr. Browne d. 29 May, 1882. 

Arms Quarterly, ist and 4th erm., a chev. az. betw. two fleui&- 
de-lis in chief and a cinquefoil in base sa. for BROWNE, 2nd and 3rd 
gu. within a border engr. a falcon wings expanded or, charged on 
the breast with a pheon sa. on a canton of the second a fess chequy 
arg. and az. for KNOX. Crests ist, BROWNE. An eagle displayed 
with two heads vert, charged on each wing with a fleur-de-lis or ; 
2nd KNOX, a falcon on a perch close ppr. charged on the breast with 
a pheon sa. Mottoes (Over) Moveo et proficio ; Suivez raison. 

Seat Aughentaine Castle, Five-Mile-Town, co. Tyrone. Club 
Kildare Street. ^ 

BROWNE OF BROWNESTOWN. 

GEORGE EAKINS 
BROWNE, of Brownes- 
town, co. Mayo, J.P. 
and D.L., M.P. 1870- 
80, b. 1837 ; m - Ist > 
1858, Julia, 4th dau. 
of the late Maurice 
Blake, of Ballinafad. 
She d. 1876, leaving 
issue, 

1. George Maurice, d. unm. 
1879- 

2. LLEWELLYN MONTAGUE 
Major 5th Royal Dublin 
Fus. 

1. Anna, m. James Wilson. 

2. Mary, a nun. 

3. Gabriel, d. inf. 

4. Stella, m. ist, Edward 
W. Keegan ; 2ndly, George 
Power-Lalor (see that 
family). 

He m. 2ndly, 1879, 
Julia Mary, dau. of 
James Lynch, and had issue, 

5. Kathleen, m. Bartholomew Hackett, M.D. 

He m. 3rdly, 1883, Honoria Eleanor, dau. of Francis 
Murphy of Kilcairne, co. Meath. 

Lineage. ANDREW BROWNE, 4th son of Josias Browne, of 
the Neale (see BURKE'S Peerage, KILMAINE, B.), by Joan his wife, 
dau. of Edward Bermingham, of Carrick, co. Kildare. He m. 
Catherine, dau. of Ulick Burke, of Castlehackett, and had issue, 

1. VALENTINE, his heir, 

2. Augustine, m. Anastasia, dau. of John Cormack, and had 
issue, i. Andrew, 2. John, and i. Margaret. 

1. Alice, m. Edmund Kelly. 

2. Joan, m. Arthur Lynch. 3. Margaret, m. Panl Daly. 
4. Bridget, m. Edward Brown. 

The elder son, 

VALENTINE BROWNE, of Liskellan, co. Mayo, m. Maud, dau. of 
Thomas Lovelock. His will, dated 20 May, 1701, was proved at 
Tuam, 5 Jan. 1704. He had issue, 

1. GEORGE, his heir. 

2. Andrew. 3. John. 

1. Maud. 2. Bridget. 

The eldest son, 

GEORGE BROWNE, of Liskellan, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Browne, of the Neale, and had, with an elder son,, who d. young, a 
son and a dau. 

JOHN, his heir. 

Julia, whose will, dated 3 May, 1742, was proved 10 Oct. that 

year. 
The only surviving son, 

JOHN BROWNE, of Brownestown, co. Mayo, m. Catherine (d. May, 
1778), dau. of Denis Daly, and d. May, 1762, leaving issue, 

1. GEORGE, his heir. 

2. Denis, m. Alice, dau. of James Mahon, of Oughterdowney, co. 
Galway. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Dec. 1760, Hugh O'Donell, Jr., of Newport, 
co. Mayo. 

2. Margaret, m. Henry Lynch, of Ballycurran, co. Mayo. 
The elder son, 

GEORGE BROWNE, of Brownestown, m. 12 Sept. 1762, Catherine, 
dau. of Maurice Blake, of Ballinafad. His will, dated 8 March, 
1798, was proved 12 Dec. 1801. He left issue, 

1. GEORGE, his heir. 

2. John, d. unm. Nov. 1810. Will dated 3 Sept. 1810, proved 

22 NOV. l82O. 

3. Maurice. 4. Denis. 5. Andrew. 

1. Maria, d. unm. 1829. 

2. Elizabeth, m. George Martyn, of Gregan's Castle, co. Clare. 

3. Frances, m. 1807, Hyacinth George Burke, of Slatefield, co. 
Galway. 

The eldest son, 




GEORGE BROWNE, of Brownestown, whose will, dated 14 Feb. 
1823, was proved 10 Nov. 1829. By Catherine, dau. of Stuart, 
his first wife, he had a son, 

JOHN JOSEPH, s. his grandfather. 
The son, 

JOHN JOSEPH BROWNE, of Brownestown, m. Maria, dau. of 
Walter Eakins, and d. 1844 (will dated 17 Nov. 1843, proved 
3 June, 1845), having had two sons, of whom, 

1. GEORGE EAKINS, s. to Brownestown. 

2. Walter J., d. unm., will proved Oct. 1908. 

Arms Sa. three lions passant in bend between two double 
cotises arg. Crest An eagle displayed vert. Motto Suivez 
raison. 

Seat Brownestown, co. Mayo. Residence 14, Shanganagh 
Terrace, Killeney, co. Dublin. Club Reform. 



WOGAN-BROWNE OF CASTLE BROWNE. 

COL. FRANCIS WIL- 
LIAM NICHOLAS WOGAN- 
BROWNE, of Castle 
Browne and Keredern, 
co. Kildare, late com- 
manding 3rd King's 
Own Hussars, b. 17 Feb. 
1854; m. ii Aug. 1879, 
Beda, 3rd dau. of James 
Costello, of Fox Hall, 
co. Dublin. He assumed 
by deed poll, 30 Jan< 
1880, the additional 
name of Woo AN, which 
had been borne as a 
Christian name by the 
family for several gene- 
rations. He has had 
issue. 

1. Francis Thomas, 2nd 

Lieut. Scottish Rifles, b. 29 June, 1882 ; d. 4 Oct. 1902, drowned 
at Greystones, co. Wicklow. 

2. Henry Edward, b. 21 Aug. 1883 ; d. 27 Oct. 1886. 

3. JOHN HUBERT, b. 23 July, 1896. 

1. Mary Charlotte Anna, b. 12 Sept. 1880; m. 12 July, 1905, 
Major Alfred Maitland Addison, son of the late Capt. C. Maitland 
Addison, 59 th Foot. 

2. Beatrice Judith, b. 9 April, 1886 ; d. 22 Oct. 1886. 

3. Judith Helen, b. 18 Oct. 1887. 

4. Dorothea, b. 15 Aug. 1890 ; d. unm. 31 Aug. 1910. 

5. Claire Renee, b. 9 Aug. 1893. 

Lineage. JOHN BROWN, of Giggotstown, co. Kildare, whose 
will, dated 3 May, 1629, was proved 6 May following, m. Ellis Stoak, 
and by her had issue, 

1. Christopher. 2. THOMAS, of whom we treat. 

The younger son, 

THOMAS BROWNE, of Dublin and Castle Browne, co. Kildare, 
admitted to the King's Inns as Attorney 27 May, 1639 ; m. 

22 June, 1646, Begnet^ dau. and heiress of Nicholas Stephens, of 
Dublin, and d. 2 April, 1693 (will dated 19 Oct. 1687, and proved 
28 June, 1694), having by her (who d. 22 Dec. 1665) had issue 
(with three daus. : 1. Honora, m. i May, 1665, Col. James 
Dempsey ; 2. Mary, m. Patrick Alen, of St. Wolstan's, co. Kildare ; 
and 3. Ciceley) a son, 

JOHN BROWNE, of Dublin and Castle Browne, co. Kildare, m. 
May, 1685, Hon. Mary, dau. of William, 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam 
(see BURKE'S Extinct 'Peerage), and d. 27 Jan. 1693, aged 42 (will 
dated 25 and proved 30 Jan. same year), having by her (who d. 
19 May, 1693) had issue, 

1. STEPHEN FITZWILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. Christopher, of Castle Browne, co. Kildare, d. unm. 23 Dec. 
1736 (will dated 18 Dec. 1736, proved 3 Feb. 1736-7). 

3. Bruno, administration granted 14 Nov. 1741, to his widow 
Elizabeth. 

1. Alice, m. John Taylor. 

2. Anne, d. 21 Dec. 1736 (will dated 21 Nov. 1736, proved 28 
July, 1737). 

3. Elizabeth. 
The 2nd son, 

STEPHEN FITZWILLIAM BROWNE, of Castle Browne, m. (ist), 
his cousin, dau. of Thomas, 4th Viscount FitzWilliam. She d. 

23 July, 1722, and (2ndly), Judith, 2nd dau. of John Wogan, of 
Rathcoffey, co. Kildare, by Judith Moore, his wife, and d. 3 July, 
1767, leaving issue, 

1. John, d.s.p. 1777. 2. Thomas. 

3. Nicholas. 4. MICHAEL, of whom presently. 

5. Christopher. 

6. Anthony, Col. in the Saxon Service, m. M. Sacgrea, and 
had issue, 

Anthony, m. Mary, dau. of Gen. Cuppage, and had issue, 

Anthony, Major in the Army, m. M. Gildea, and has issue. 



1. Rose, d. unm. 
The 4th son, 



2. Elizabeth, d. unm. 



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MICHAEL BROWNE, of Castle Browne (sometimes called Clon- 
goweswood), Col. in the French Service, m. his cousin Catherine, 
dau. of Col. Nicholas Wogan,* of Rathcoffey, and d. c. 1778, leaving 
issue, 

1. Thomas, m. Sarah Pearson, a lady of considerable property in 
Westmorland, and d.s.p. 

2. MICHAEL WOGAN, of whom presently. 
1. Judith. 2. Eliza. 

The youngest son, 

MICHAEL WOGAN BROWNE, of Castle Browne, Gen. in the Saxon 
Service, and A.D.C. to the King of Saxony, by whom he was created 
a baron, was commander of the Guards and Governor of Dresden, he 
tn. Augusta Frances, dau. of Col. Thomas Prescott, of the Guards, 
and grand-dau. of ist Viscount Falmouth, by Charlotte his wife, 
niece of the great Duke of Marlborough, and had issue, 

1. Thomas, Major in the Army, d.s.p. 1877. 

2. Arthur, Capt. in the Austrian Service, d. unm. 

3. FRANCIS, of whom we treat. 

Lieut.-Gen. Michael Wogan Browne d. 1824. His youngest son, 

FRANCIS BROWNE, of Castle Browne, and Tours, France, Major 
7th Hungarian Hussars, Austrian Service, b. 1809 ; m. 1849, Char- 
lotte Rose, dau. of Gen. Baron de Keredern de Trobriaud, Chief of 
the Staff of Marechal Davoust, Due D'Auerstadt, and by her (who 
d. 17 Dec. 1902) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS WILLIAM NICHOLAS, now of Castle Browne. 

2. Charles Michael Edward, of L'Hermitage, St. Cyre, Indre et 
Loire, Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Regt., b. 3 Oct. 1861 ; m. 8 
July, 1896, Vera Marguerite Mansel, youngest dau. of the late 
Col. Hunt Boyse, J.P., of Bannow, co. Wexford (see that family). 

1. Charlotte, 6. 1851 ; m. Jan. 1878, Capt. Desire Dupin des 
Vastines, 70 Chasseurs a cheval, and d.s.p. May, 1878. 

2. Anne Regina, a nun. b. 1853. 
Major F. Browne d. March, 1876. 

Arms Quarterly, ist and 4th, sa. a chevron between three 
cranes arg. (for BROWNE), 2nd per pale ermine and gu., a saltire 
counterchanged (for STEPHENS), 3rd, or on a chief sa., three martlets 
of the field (for WOGAN). Crest A tiger az. maned, tufted and 
armed or. Motto Qui non ciconia tigris. 

Residence Keredern, Naas, co. Kildare. 



BROWNE OF BREAGHWY. 

DOMINICK SIDNEY 

BROWNE, of Breaghwy, 

co. Mayo, J.P., D.L., 

High Sheriff 1896, Capt. 

and Hon. Major late 

3rd Batt. Royal Scots 

Fusiliers, &. 31 March, 

1866 ; m. 20 June, 

1895, Elizabeth Naomi, 

eldest dau. of Hon. 

R. R. Dobell, of Beau. 

voir Manor, Quebec, 

Canada, M.P. and P.C. 

Canadian Parliament, 

and has issue, 

1. DOMINICK ANDREW SID- 
NEY, b. 29 Feb. 1904. 

1. Naomi Frances Muriel, b. 
5 Jan. 1897. 

2. Noel Sidney, b. 23 Dec. 
1899. 

3. Moyra Rose, b. i Jan. 
1903. 

Lineage. DOMINICK 
BROWNE, of Breaghwy, co. 
Mayo, Capt. in the Army 
(younger son of Sir John 
Browne, ist bart., of the 
Neale, ancestor of the Lord 
Kilmaine), m. Barbara, dau. of Sir Henry Talbot, and niece of the 
Duke of Tyrconnell, and was father of 

ANDREW BROWNE, of Breaghwy, m. Allinor, dau. of Alexander 
Kirwan, of Dalgin, and had a son, 

DOMINICK BROWNE, of Breaghwy, b. 1701 ; m. rst, Mabel, dau. of 
Sir John Browne, Bt. of the Neale, who d.s.p. ; 2ndly, Anne (d. Dec. 




* Col. Nicholas Wogan of Rathcoffey, co. Kildare, was the son of 
John Wogan of Rathcoffey, and Judith Moore his wife, and a 
direct descendant of Sir John Wogan, Chief Governor of Ireland in 
1295 and 1310. Col. Wogan's sister Judith, m. as in the text, 
Stephen Fitzwilliam Browne, of Castle Browne. Col. Wogan m. 
Rose, dau. and heir of Sir Neill O'Neill, Bart. His will, dated 
5 Feb. 1757, was proved 19 Dec. 1770. He left issue, 

1. John, of Rathcoffey, m. Hon. Hellen Browne (sister of Lord 

Kenmare), who d. 1784. 

1. Frances, m. John Talbot, of Malahide, and was grandmother 
of Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot de Malahide. 

2. Catherine, m. as in the text, her cousin, CoJ. Michael Browne, 
of Castle Browne. 



1771), dau. of Martin D'Arcy, of Houndswood, co. Mayo, and d. 1776, 
leaving issue, 

1. ANDREW NICHOLAS, his heir. 

2. John Edmond (Sir), created a Bart, of Ireland in 1797. 
The elder son, 

ANDREW NICHOLAS BROWNE, of Breaghwy, a Deputy Governor 
for Mayo, m. Mary, dau. of E. Gilker, and d. 1796, having by her 
(who d. 1836) had issue. 

1. DOMINICK, Major 88th Regt., d. unm. 1803. 

2. Edmond, Lieut.-Col. 36th Regt., d. unm. 18 April, 1838. 

3. JOHN, of whom we treat. 

1. Ann. m. Charles Tyler, d.s.p. 

2. Catherine, m. Capt. G. Cox, and d.s.p. 

3. Dorothea, m. Capt. J. Hoey, and had issue. 

4. Rose, m. J. Mullins. 

5. Maria, m. James Howell, d.s.p. 

6. Eliza, d. unm. 
The 3rd son, 

LIEUT.-COL. JOHN BROWNE, of Breaghwy, who served with dis- 
tinction at Waterloo, and in several engagements in the Peninsular 
War, b. 1790; m. 2 Oct. 1823, Frances Jane, dau. of John Haw- 
thorn, of Jamaica, and by her (who d. 14 Jan. 1891) had issue, 

-1. DOMINICK ANDREW, late of Breaghwy. 

2. Montague, Col. late 24th Regt., m. ist, Margaret Elizabeth 
only dau. of Charles Maurice Stack, and had two sons, who d. unm., 
2ndly, Emily, dau. of Charles Hall Stack, of Mulloghmore, co. 
Tyrone. She d. 1897, and he m. 3rdly, Kate, dau. of Rev. J. 
Dixon, D.D. 

3. Henry John, m. Constance Harding, and d. 1877, having had 
one son, who d. unm. 

4. Frederick Augustus, d. unm. 

5. Arthur Wellesley Wyndham, d. unm. 

6. Edmond Charles, Col. commanding Royal Scots Fusiliers 
Regntl. District, b. 8 April, 1843 ; d. 7 Jan. 1910, having m. 
1894, Catharine, only dau. of Patrick Ness, of Braco Castle, N.B. 

7. Augustus Hawthorn. 

1. Rose Mary Anne, m. John Mitchell, of Hawthorn Lodge, Ayr 
N.B. He d. May, 1883. She d. Oct. 1899. 

2. Sarah Jane, m. Henry Finch, of Ashurstwood, Sussex. 

3. Mary Louisa, d. unm. 5 Nov. 1908. 

Col. Browne d. 20 Nov. 1849, and was s. by his eldest son, 

DOMINICK ANDREW BROWNE, of Breaghwy, co. Mayo, J.P., D.L., 
High Sheriff 1881, b. 30 June, 1824 ; educated at the R. M. College, 
Sandhurst ; m. 26 July, 1864, Emily Louisa (Breaghwy, Castlebar, 
and 32, Portland Court, W.}, only dau. of John Sidney Hawkins, of 
Brompton, eldest son of Sir John Hawkins, Knt., Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions for Middlesex, and d. 9 Sept. 1902, leaving issue, 

1. DOMINICK SIDNEY, now of Breaghwy. 

2. Francis John Sidney, b. 23 Aug. 1867 ; d. 30 June, 1875. 
Arms Sa. three lions passant in bend between two double 

cotises arg. Crest An eagle displayed vert. Motto Suivez 
raison. 

Seat Breaghwy, Castlebar. Clubs United University and 
Orleans, S.W., and Kildare Street, Dublin. 



BROWNE OF RATHAIN. 

DODWELL FRANCIS BROWNE, of Rathain, co. 
Mayo, M.A. and LL.B. Trinity College, Dublin, J.P, 
co. Mayo, Barrister-at-Law of the Irish Bar and 
Advocate of the Supreme Court of Ceylon, was 
appointed 15 Jan. 1893, District Judge of Colombo, 
and retired on pension April, 1903, b. 23 May, 1841 ; 
m. 9 Aug. 1871, Annabella, dau. of Samuel Glenny, 
of Liverpool (son of Isaac George Glenny, Seneschal 
of Newry, who was grandson of Isaac Glenny, of 
Glenville, co. Down), and has issue, 

1. DODWELL, M.B. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 6. 4 May, 1872, Medical 
Officer and Resident Magistrate, Port Hedland, West Australia ; 
m. 1903, Harriett Lilian Heppingstone, and has issue, 

i. Annabel Mary Dodwell. 2. Margaret Lilian Dodwell. 

2. Keppel Glenny Dodwell, Barrister-at-Law Irel. and Adv. 
Ceylon, 6. 15 Aug. 1873 ; d. i Oct. 1908. 

3. "O'Donel Henry Dodwell, M.D. Trin. Coll. Dub., Naas, b. 
20 Sept. 1878 ; m. 1902, Grace Louisa Glover, and has issue, 

O'Donel Thornley Dodwell, b. 1903. 

1. Norah Lucy Frances Dodwell. 

"Lineage. DODWELL BROWNE, of Rathain or Rabins, co. Mayo, 
*rd son of Sir John Browne, 5th bart. of the Neale, ancestor of the 
BARONS KILMAINE (see BURKE'S Peerage) by Margaret, his ist 
wife, dau. and co-heir of Henry Dodwell, of Athlone, m. April, 1762, 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. and co-heir of James Cuff, Lord Tyrawley, 
and d. about 1796, leaving a son, 

DODWELL BROWNE, of Rathain, Lieut. R.N., m. 1797, Maria, 
dau. of Sir Neal O'Donol, Bart., of Newport, and is supposed to have 
d. in Canada about 1819, having by her (who d. 1809) had issue, 

1. HUGH JOHN HENRY, of whom presently. 

2. NEAL O'DONEL, late of Rathain. 

1. Mary Anne Moore, m. Peter Digges La Touche (see that family). 

2. Margaret Elizabeth, m. 30 Aug. 1819, Hon. Henry Caul- 
field, of Hockley, co. Armagh, 2nd son of James, 4th Viscount 
Charlemont, and d. 20 Oct. 1878, leaving issue by him, who d. 
4 March, 1862 (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

3. Matilda Dorcas, m. Alexander Richey. 

4. Louisa Julia, m. Dr. Benjamin Guinness Darley. 

5. Maria, m. Dr. Long. 



Browne. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 




The elder son, 

HUGH JOHN HENRY BROWNF, of Rathain, co. Mayo, b. 6 Feb. 
1800 ; d. unm. i Oct. 1868, and was s. by his brother, 

NEAL O'DONEL BROWNE, of Rathain, co. Mayo, Resident Magis- 
trate, King's Co., 1839-48, co. Cork, 1848-67, b. 29 Dec. 1804 ; 
m. Sarah, dau. of Abel Labertouche, and by her (who d. 24 Aug. 
1843) had issue, an only son, 

DODWELL FRANCIS, now of Rathain. 
Mr. N. O'D. Browne d. 15 March, 1874. 

Arms Sa. three lions passant in bend between two double co- 
tises argent. Crest An eagle displayed vert. Motto Suivez 
raison. 

Residence Rathain, Castlebar, co. Mayo. 



BROWNE OF BIVEBSTOWN. 

CHARLTON BASIL 
JEMMETT BROWNE, of 
Rivers town, co. Cork, 
b. 2 July, 1866 ; m. 22 
Dec. 1898, Rosa Cicely, 
dau. of Edward Salter, 
and has issue, 

WARHAM, b. 14 May, 

1904. 

Mary Cicely, b. 7 July, 

1902. 

Liineagre. THOMAS 
BROWNE used on his seal on 
deeds of the i7th century the 
arms of BROWNE, of Abbot's 
Roding, and South Weald 
Hall, Essex, with augmenta- 
tion granted to Sir Wiston 
Browne, Gentleman of the 
Chamber to HENRY VIII, 
1511. These arms were : Gu. 
a chevron between three lions' 
gambs erect and erased arg. within a bordure of the second on a 
chief of the last an eagle displayed sa. He settled in the city of 
Cork about the time of the Restoration, and m. ist, 1663, Anne, 
dau. of Robert Vowell, who d. without issue ; he m. 2ndly, in 1666, 
Helena, dau. of William Hovell, of Kinsale, co. Cork, and by her 
left issue, 

1. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

1. Helena, m. James Kingsmill. 

2. Mary, m. Hugh Millerd. 
The son, 

EDWARD BROWNE, Mayor of Cork 1714, purchased Riverstown, 
co. Cork, b. 1676 ; m. 1699, Judith, dau. and heiress of Warham 
J emmett, and had issue, 

1. JEMMETT (Rev.), of whom presently. 

2. Thomas, m. Judith, only child of Ambrose Jackson, and left 
issue* 

3. Edward, d. unm. at Lisbon, 1769. 

4. St. John (Rev.), D.D., m. Amelia, dau. of Edward St. George, 
and left issue. His younger son was Sir George Sackville Browne, 
K.C.B. 

5. William Hovell. 6. John, d. 1782. 

1. Mary, d. 1789. 

2. Judith, m. Rev. John Kenney, son of William Kenney, by 
Catherine, dau. of Sir Peter Courthope, and left issue (see KENNEY- 
HERBERT). 

The eldest son, 

THE MOST REV. JEMMETT BROWNE, of Riverstown, was suc- 
cessively Dean of Ross 1733, Bishop of Killaloe 1743, of Cork 1745, 
and of Elphin 1772, and Archbishop of Tuam 1775. He m. 1723, 
Alice, dau. of Thomas Waterhouse, and d. 1782, having had issue, 

1. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

2. Thomas (Rev.), m. ist, Feb. 1751, Anne, dau. of Rev. David 
Waterhouse, of Inchowleran, co. Kilkenny. He m. andly, 29 
April, 1758, Waldron, and left issue by his ist wife, 

1. Alice, m. 25 Sept. 1775, Lieut.-Col. Roger Parke, of Dunalley, 
co. Sligo (see that family). 

2. Lydia, m. Caleb Falkner, eldest son of Sir Riggs Falkner, 
ist bart. of Anne Mount, co. Cork, and d.s.p.m. 

3. Warham, bapt. 15 Nov. 1733, Ensign 35th Regt. 1758. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Ven. Chambre Corker, Archdeacon of Ardagh. 
His eldest son, 

THE VEN. EDWARD BROWNE, Archdeacon of Ross, b. 1726 ; m. 
ist, 1752, Anne, dau. of Christopher Barbery, of Shandangan, co. 
Cork, by whom he had issue, 

1. JEMMETT (Rev.), of whom presently. 

2. CHRISTOPHER (Rev.), d. unm. 1802. 

1. Hannah, d. unm. 

He m. 2ndly, Mary Gertrude, dau. of Richard Jenkins, of Bicton 
Hall, co. Salop (see JENKINS ofCuckton), and d. 1777, leaving issue, 

3. Charlton (Rev.), d. unm. 4. Edward, R.N. 

2. Mary Anne, d. unm. 3. Isabella, d. unm. 

4. Emma, d. unm. 

5. Harriott Gertrude, m. 20 April, Capt. Anthony Kynnersley, of 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, and left 'issue (see that family).' 

The eldest son, 

REV. JEMMETT BROWNE, of Riverstown, prebendary of Killas- 
pugmullane, co. Cork, m. 1784, Frances, dau. and heiress of John, 
Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy (see that family), and d. 3 March, 
1797, having had issue, 



1. JEMMETT, his successor. 

2. JOHN, successor to his brother. 

1. Frances, m. 1813, Rev. Francis Fox, of Fox Hall, co. Long- 
ford, and left issue (see Fox of Fox Hall). 

2. Jane, d.unm. 

3. Armabella, d. unm. 
His elder son, 

JEMMETT BROWNE, of Riverstown, High Sheriff co. Cork 1816, d. 
unm. 1850, and was s. by his brother, 

REV. JOHN BROWNE, of Riverstown, LL.B., b. 1795 ; m. 1832, 
i Maria Judith, dau. of Rev. James Hamilton (see HAMILTON of Corna- 
; cassa), and d. 25 July, 1857, having had issue, 

1. JEMMETT, his heir. 

2. John Christopher, scholar of Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford, d 
1857. 

3. Edward Francis, Lieut.-Col. (retired) 35th Regt., b. 3 Dec. 
1835 ; m. 9 Aug. 1877, Elizabeth Mary, eldest dau. of Augustin 
Robinson, of West Lavant House, Sussex, and has issue, 

1. Wiston John, b. 23 Sept. 1878. 

2. Anthony Edward, Capt. ist Batt. Royal Sussex Regt., 
b. 26 Jan. 1882. 

i. Dorothy Margaret. 

1. Margaret, d. unm. 8 July, 1906. 

2. Frances, d. in infancy. 

3. Annabel, d. unm. 1866. 4. Grace, d. unm. 1863. 
5. Caroline Maria. 6. Emma Isabella. 

7. Selina. 8. Alice, d. young. 

! The eldest son, 

JEMMETT BROWNE, of Riverstown, co. Cork, b. 6 Dec, 1832 ; 
m. ist, 10 Aug. 1864, Frances Mary, dau. of Henry Miles Custance. 
She d. 15 Marrh, 1875, having had issue, 

1. CHARLTON BASIL JEMMETT, now of Riverstown. 

2. Arthur Blennerhassett Jemmett, 6. 29 May, 1869. 

1. Ethel Gnorgiana Jemmett. 

j He m. 2ndly, 19 June, 1877, his cousin Frances Caroline Cecil, 
; eldest dau. of Major William Walter Stephenson, Rifle Brigade, 
and Grace Mary his wife, dau. of Rev. Francis Fox. of Fox Hall. 
j He a. 5 May, 1897. leaving issue by her, 

3. William Kellerman Jemmett, b. 24 April, 1878. 

2. Grace Muriel Jemmett. 

Arms Gu. a chevron between three lion's gambs erased and 
j erect or, on a chief crenellee arg. an eagle displayed sa. Crest 
On an eastern crown or an eagle displayed with two heads sa. 
Motto Hoc age. 

Seat Riverstown, co. Cork. Residence 3, Wells Road, 
North Gate, Regent's Park, London, N.W. 



BROWNE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, KENMABE, E., 
KILMAINE, B., and SLIGO, M. 



BBOWNE-CLAYTON. See CLAYTON. 



BBOWNLOW. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, LTJBGAN, B. 



BRUCE OF BENBUBB. 

JAMES 
BRUCE, of 
I Benburb, co. 
Tyrone, J.P. 
and D.L., 
High Sheriff 
1886, 6. 13 
April, 1835 .' 
w.4jan.i877, 
Mary Hogg, 
dau. of Wil- 
liam Thomp- 
son, M.D., of 
Lisburn, and 
relict of 
George Mit- 
chell. She 
d.s.p. 4 May, 

1893; -.1 

Lineage. 
THOMAS DE 
BRUYS, of Clack- 
mannan, m. Mar- 
jorie Chatteris 
(who, as his relict, 
had, 1359-60, a 
tierce of the lands 
of Clackmannan), 
and d. before 1348, having had issue, a son, 

ROBERT DE BRUYS, who had a charter of Clackmannan from 
King DAVID II as " dilecto consanguineo." He m. Isabel, dau. 




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Bruce. 



of Sir Robert Stewart, of Durrisdeer and Innermeath, and d. before 
1389, leaving issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir. 

2. James, Bishop of Dunkeld and Glasgow, and Lord Chancellor 
of Scotland. 

The elder son, 

SIR ROBERT DE BRUS, s. his father in Clackmannan, m. the dau. 
of Sir John Scrimgoeur, of Dudhope, Constable of Dundee, and had 
issue, 

1. DAVID (Sir), his heir. 

2. ALEXANDER, of Stanehouse and Airth, of whom we treat. 
Sir Robert had also a natural son, Thomas, of Kennet. The 2nd 
son, 

ALEXANDER DE BRUS, was first of the House of Airth. He is 
proved to have been a son of Sir Robert de Brus, of Clackmannan, 
by an original birth brief in the possession of the Comte de Bruce 
in France, in which he is mentioned as " Alexander Brussius Comar- 
chus de Airth, qui quidem Alexander Brussius fuit films legitimi 
domini Roberti Brussii Comarchi de Clakmanan Equitis Aurati." 
He had numerous charters from the Abbots of Holywood, and from 
Kings JAMES I and II., and died ante 1487, having m. ist, Janet, 
dau. of the istLord Livingston, by whom he had no issue. He m. 
andly, Margaret, dau. of Sir Malcolm Forrester, of Torwoodhead, 
and by her had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Alexander (Sir), of Brigham and Earlshall, male line believed 
to be extinct. 

3. Edward, of Kinnaird, male line extinct. 

4. Lucas, of Cultmalundie, male line extinct. 

5. Robert, of Auchenbowie, ancestor of that family. 

6. David. 
The eldest son, 

SIR JOHN DE BRUS, m. 1471, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William 
Mentieth, of Karse, and was killed by the Menteiths, of Karse, 1483, 
vit. pat., having had issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir. 

2. Thomas, of Lethbertsheilles, ancestor of that branch and of the 
Comtes de Bruce in France. 

3. James, of Mungowallis. 

1. Helen, m. Mentieth, of Karse. 

2. Janet, m. William Livingstone, of Kilsyth. 

3. Elizabeth, m. Muir, of Skaithmure. 
The eldest son, 

SIR ROBERT BRUS, s. his grandfather in Airth ; t. Euphame, 
dau. of Alexander, 2nd Lord Montgomerie, and sister to Hugh, 
ist Earl of Eglingtoun ; he was killed at Flodden 1513, having had 
issue. 

1. ROBERT, his heir. 2. John. 

1. Isabel, m. Andreas de Methven de eodem. 
The elder son, 

SIR ROBERT BRUS, s. his father in Airth 1513 ; m. ist, Elizabeth 
Mentieth, relict of Erskine, by whom he had no issue ; m. andly, 
Janet, dau. of Sir Walter Forrester, of Carden, by whom he had 
issue, 

1. ALEXANDER, his heir. 2. John. 

3. Capt. James, male line extinct. 

4. William. 

1. A dau., m. Drummpnd, of Medhope. 

Sir Robert m. srdly, Marian, dau. of Sir David Bruce, 7th Baron of 
Clackmannon, and by her had issue, 

5. Andrew, of Dysart and Nethermongal. 

6. Robert, of Baldrig. 
The eldest son, 

SIR ALEXANDER BRUCE, s. his father in Airth, in which estate 
he was infefted 8 March, 1552 ; m. Janet, dau. of Alexander, 5th 
Lord Livingston, d, 16 March, 1600, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Robert, of Kinnaird, male line extinct. 

3. Sir John, of Kincavel, male line extinct. 

4. Sir Alexander, of Bangour, male line extinct. 

5. Robert, of Garvel. 

1. Marion, m. William Mentieth, of Karse 

2. A dau., d s.p. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BRUCE, m. Jean, dau. of John, 5th Lord Fleming, and 
sister to John, ist Earl of Wigton ; d. Feb. 1596, vit. pat., having 
had issue, 

1. JOHN (Sir), his heir, male line extinct. 

2. William (Sir), of Stenhouse, created Bart of Nova Scotia, 
June, 1629 J ancestor of that branch. 

3. Alexander,") 

4. Robert, Ull d.s.p. 

5. Alexander,] 

6. PATRICK, of Newtoune, of whom we treat. 
The youngest and 3rd surviving son, 

PATRICK BRUCE, had the estate of Newtoune of Bothkenner, m. 
1627, Janet, dau. of John Jacksoun, merchant in Edinburgh ; they 
had a charter of the lands of Newtoune 5 July, 1627, and had issue, 

1. Patrick, d.s.p. vit. pat. 

2. William, his heir, and ancestor of the Bruces, of Newtoune and 
Cowden, male line extinct. 

3. MICHAEL, of whom we treat. 
The youngest son, 

MICHAEL BRUCE, was Minister of Killinchie, co. Down, m. Jean, 
dau. of Robert Bruce, of Kinnaird (and sister of Col. Robert Bruce, 
of Kinnaird, and of the Life Guards of CHARLES I, who d. of wounds 
received at Worcester) ; he suffered much persecution on religious 
grounds ; d. at Anworth, Wigtonshire, 1693, having had issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 



2. Robert, "1 

3. Michael, >all d. young. 
1. Anna, J 

The eldest son, 

JAMES BRUCE, was Minister of Killyleagh, co. Down ; m. 25 
Sept. 1685, Margaret, dau. of Lieut.-CoL James Trail!, of Tolychin, 
co. Down. She d. 1706. His will is dated Feb. 1725. He left 
issue, ten children, of whom we have record of four sons and three 
dam.. 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 

2. Patrick, Minister of Killyleagh, ancestor of Sir Henry Hervey 
Bruce, Bart., of Downhill co. Londonderry. 

3. William, of Dublin and Ardagon, co. Down, d. unm. 1755. 

4. Hans, d. unm. 

1. Mary, m. Rev. James Fleming. 

2. Eleanor, \ , 

3. Magdalen, f* unm ' 
The eldest son, 

MICHAEL BRUCE, b. 27 July, 1686, was Minister of Hollywood, 
co. Down ; m. Mary Ker ; d. Dec. 1735, having had issue, 

1. JAMES, m. and left an only dau., 
Anne. 

2. SAMUEL, of whom we treat. 

3. William, d.s.p. 1764. 
1. Eleanor, d.s.p. 

The 2nd, but eldest surviving son, 

SAMUEL BRUCE, b. 17 March, 1722, was Minister of the Presby- 
terian Church, Wood Street, Dublin ; m. March, 1751, Rose, dau. 
of Robert Rainey, of Magherafelt ; d. 12 Feb. 1767 (will proved 19 
Feb. 1767), having left issue, 

1. Michael, drowned at Carrickfergus, s.p. 1779. 

2. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

3. Robert, of Frenchay, near Bristol, m. Mary, dau. of Joseph 
Edye, and had issue, 

1. Robert, of Frenchay, m. Isabella, dau. of Arthur Palmer, 
and by her had issue, 

(1) Robert, of Clifton, m. Rosa Boulton, by whom he had 
issue, 

Robert Arthur, m. Alice Lucy, dau. of Edward Vaughan. 

(2) Arthur William, d.s.p. 
(i) Mary Anne Isabella. 

2. William, Barrister-at-Law, m. Eliza Dovey, d.s.p. 31 Dec. 
1877. 

1. Anne, m. her cousin Haliday Bruce. 

4. Samuel, of Dame Street and Dundrum, Dublin, d.s.p. 

1. Elizabeth,-) 

2. Mary, ^-all d. unm. 

3. Eleanor, J 

The eldest surviving son, 

WILLIAM BRUCE, b. 30 July, 1757, was Minister of the ist Presby- 
terian Church, Belfast : m. Susannah, dau. of Robert Hutton ; 
d. 27 Feb. 1841, having had issue, 

1. SAMUEL, of whom presently. 

2. William, b. 16 Nov. 1790, was Minister of the ist Presbyterian 
Church, Belfast ; m. Jane Elizabeth, dau. of William Smith, of 
Barbadoes ; d. 25 Oct. 1868, having left issue, 

x. William, S 

2. Samuel, }>who all d. unm. 

3. Henry, J 

1. Margaret, m. Lucius O. Hutton. 

2. Susannah. 3. Jane Elizabeth. 

4. Eliza. 

5. Maria, m. Herbert D. Derbishire. 

6. Charlotte. 

3. Haliday, of Glennageragh House, co. Dublin, m. Anne, dau. 
of Robert Bruce, of Frenchay ; d. 1856, having left issue, 

i. Robert, d. young. 

1. Eliza, d. young. 

2. Eliza, m. Professor John Couch Adams, the distinguished 
astronomer. 

3 Emily Rose, d. young. 

4. Henry, of Demerara, afterwards of London : m. Mary, dau. of 
John Swanwick, and d. 31 Aug. 1864, having left issue, 

i. Henry Michael. 2. Alexander, d.s.p. 

3. William Wallace, V.D., Lieut.-Col. 2oth Middlesex (Artists) 
Volunteers, d. 20 Oct. 1907 ; m. Agnes Mabel (9, Airlie Gardens, 
Campden Hill, London, W.\, dau. of Thomas Fielding Johnson, 
J.P., of Leicester, and has issue, 

(i) Marjorie. (2) Geraldine. 

(3) Rosalind. (4) Eileen. 
(5) Beatrix. '(6) Elfreda. 

i. Anna Maria, d.s.p. 2. Emily. 

3. Mary Louisa. 4. Clara, m. Russell Swanwick. 

5. Katherine. 

1. Eliza, m. William Curry, M.P., Armagh, Master in Chancery, 
Ireland, and d.s.p. 

2. Emily, m. John Strong Armstrong. 

3. Maria, m. Edward Hutton, M.D. 

4. Susannah, d.s.p. 
The eldest son, 

SAMUEL BRUCE, of Thorndale, co. Antrim, b. 1789 ; m. Annette, 
dau. of James Ferguson, of White Park, co. Antrim, and d. 4 May, 
845, having had issue, 

1. William Robert, of Rockford, co. Dublin, Master of the Queen's 
Bench, Ireland, 6. i Oct. 1833 ; m. 11 Aug. 1870, Florence Helen, 
dau. of Alexander Osborne, and d. 25 June, 1902, leaving issue, 

1. Nigel William, d. young. 

2. Thomas Robert, heir male of the Bruces of Newtoune, b. i 
July, 1885. 

3. Reginald James, 6. 7 April, 1887. 



Bruce. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



80 



i. Enid, m. 9 July, 1891, Thomas Stoker, C.S.I., B.A., son of 
Abraham Stoker and brother of Sir William Thornley Stoker, 
ist Bart, (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

z. Lilian Florence, m. Capt. Eugene Le Mesurier, who d. 
29 May, 1906. 

3. Louie Mary, m. 30 Aug. 1905, Major W. Hessey, Northum- 
berland Fus., and has issue. 

4. Mabel. 

2. JAMES, of Benburb. 

3. Samuel, of Norton Hall, Campden, co. Gloster (see BRUCE of 
Norton Hall). 

Arms Or, a saltire and a chief gu. in the dexter chief a mullet 
arg. and in base a cinquefoil of the second. Crest A horse's head 
couped arg. bridled gu. and charged on the neck with a cinquefoil 
as in the arms. Motto Do well, doubt not. 

Seat The Manor House, Benhurb, co. Tyrone. Clubs 
Carlton and Boodle's. 

BRUCE OF MILTOWN CASTLE. 

GEORGE EVANS BRUCE, of Miltown Castle, co. 
Cork, Major Norfolk Regt., 6, 15 Nov. 1867. 

Lineage. This is a branch of the great Scottish house of 
BRUCE. ALEXANDER BRUCE, 2nd son of Sir Andrew Bruce, of 
Earlshall, co. Fife (who was lineally descended from Sir Robert 
Bruce, ist Baron of Clackmannan), by Helen his wife, dau. of 
Patrick, 7th Lord Gray, took an active part as a Royalist in the 
cause of King CHARLES I. In 1651 he was made a prisoner at the 
battle of Worcester, and suffered two years' imprisonment. " As 
soon as this Alexander obtained his liberty " (we are quoting from 
Sir Robert Douglas's Baronage of Scotland), " he m. Mary, only 
dau. of Capt. Brooks, Commander of the Swallow, sloop of war, 
and niece of Jonathan Saul, an Irish gentleman, then residing in 
London, who had been very kind to him, both during his confine- 
ment and afterwards. In 1654, he retired to Ireland with his lady, 
and settled at Bandon in that kingdom, where he died some years 
thereafter, leaving issue, a son." This son, 

SAUL BRUCE, was twice Provost of Bandon, and lived in great 
friendship and intimacy with Sir Richard Cox, Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland, Judge Bernard, &c. He m. Mary, dau. of Mr^ Ryce, 
Burgess of Bandon, and had issue, 

1. Saul, who d. unm. 

2. JONATHAN, of whom presently. 

3. Charles. 4. David. 
The 2nd son, 

THE VERY REV. JONATHAN BRUCE, Dean of Kilfenora, m. Mary, 
dau. of Rev. Lewis Prytherick, and had issue, 

1. Lewis, D.D., Vicar of Rainham, in Essex, and Preacher of 
H.M.'s Chapel in Somerset House, 

2. Saul, d.s.p. 

3. Charles David, d.s.p. 4. GEORGE. 

1. Mary, m. Capt. Samuel Hobson. 

2. Catherine, Mrs. Delahide. 3. Sarah, Mrs. Roberts. 
The youngest son, 

GEORGE BRUCE, Barrister-at-Law, m. 1753, Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Evans, of Miltown Castle, co. Cork, M.P. (brother of George, ist 
Lord Carbery), by Mary his wife, dau. of John Waller, of Castle- 
town, co. Limerick, and by her (who d. Feb. 1799) left with other 
issue, a son, 

THE REV. JONATHAN BRUCE, of Miltown, who m. 17 April, 1781, 
his cousin , Mary, dau. of Eyre Evans, of Miltown Castle, and by her 
<who d. 9 Feb. 1837) had issue, 

1. GEORGE EVANS, of Miltown Castle. 

2. Eyre Evans, Major-Gen. .H.E.I.C.S., m. twice, and had issue, 
George Robert, and three daus. 

3. Jonathan, m. Anne, dau. of Major Maxwell, and has, with five 
other sons and two daus., Richard Isaac, C.I.E., late Commr. 
in Punjab (Quetta, Fairfax Road, Teddington), b. 1840 ; m. 1871, 
Lilla, dau. of Rev. J. Beavor Webb, Rector of Dunderrow, 
Kinsale, co. Cork, and has with other issue, 

1. Jonathan Maxwell, Capt. 37th Punjabis, b. 22 June, 1873, 
m. 14 Sept. 1905, Mabel Walrond, 3rd dau. of Henry Tren- 
grouse, J.P., of Hampton Wick. 

2. Charles Edward, Capt. Indian Army, b. 23 March, 1876, m. 
i Oct.i9o8, Doris, youngest dau.of late John Wilding, of Preston. 

1. Elizabeth Evans, m. Charles Conyers, of Castletown ; she 
d.s.p. 1868. 

2. Mary, m. Eyre Massy, of Glenville. 
The eldest son, 

GEORGE EVANS BRUCE, of Miltown Castle, J.P.,6 17 Jan. 1782 ; m. 
4 Aug. 1818, Frances, 2nd dau. of Major Greene, H.E.I.C.S., of Lota, 
co. Cork, by the Hon. Jane Massy, his wife, dau. of Hugh, 2nd Lord 
Massy, and had issue, 

1. JONATHAN, of Miltown Castle. 

1. Jane Greene. 2. Mary. 

3. Frances Catherine, m. her cousin Jonathan Massy, of Glenville. 

4. Georgina, m. Robert Gibbings, of Woodville. 
Mr. Bruce d. 27 Feb. 1868, and was s. by his only son, 

JONATHAN BRUCE, of Miltown Castle, J.P. cos. Cork, Limerick, 
and Tipperary, b. 18 June, 1819 ; m. 27 July, 1865, Annie Sophia, 
dau. of Thomas Hussey de Burgh, late Capt. 6ist Regt., and 
great-grand-d;iu. of the Chief Baron Hussey Burgh, and d. 9 
Dec. 1884, leaving issue by his wife, who d. 21 May, 1906, 

1. GEORGE EVANS, now of Miltown Castle. 

1. Kate de Burgh. 

2. Frances Eveleen, m. 9 April, 1901, Malcolm Cotter Cariston 
Seton, only son of Bertram William Seton (see SETON of Treskerby). 
Seat Miltown Castle, Charleville, co. Cork. Club Army and 

Navy. 



BRUCE OF BALLYSCULLION. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BRUCE, Bart. 



BRUCE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BRUCE, Bart. 



BRUCE-KINGSMILL. See KINGSMILL. 



BRUEN OF OAK PARK AND COOLBAWN. 

HENRY BRUEN, of Oak Park, co. Carlow, and 
Coolbawn, co. Wexford, late Lieut. R.A., High 
Sheriff co. Carlow 1886 and co. Wexford, 1909, 
6. 26 July, 1856; m. 17 Nov. 1886, Agnes Mary, 
youngest dau. of Right Hon. Arthur MacMurrough 
Kavanagh, P.C., of Borris, co. Carlow, and had 
issue, 

HENRY ARTHUR, Lieut. i5th Hussars, b. Sept. 1887. 

Lineage. JAMES BRUEN (said to have been of Tarvin, co. 
Chester), went to Ireland in Cromwell's Army and settled at Abbey- 
boyle, co. Roscommon. He was administrator to his brother, 
Henry Bruen, of Dublin, 20 Nov. 1700. 

MOSES BRUEN, of Boyle, co. Roscommon, who d. 1757 (will dated 
8 July, 1750, proved 24 Sept. following), left issue, 

1. Moses. 

2. HENRY, of Oak Park. 

1. Bridget, m. John Stafford, of Gillstown, co. Roscommon. 

2. Mary, m. John Knott. 

3. Elinor Catherine, d. unm. 1798. 

4. Margaret, m. Fleming. 5. Elizabeth. 
The 2nd son, 

COL. HENRY BRUEN, M.P., of Oak Park, co. Carlow removed, 
about the year 1775, to estates which he purchased in co. Carlow. 
He m. 16 Oct. 1787, Harriette Dorothea, dau. of Francis Knox, of 
Rappa Castle, cp. Mayo, and d. 1795, leaving issue, 

1. HENRY, his heir. 

2. John, of Coolbawn, co. Wexford, d.s.p. 1828. 

3. Francis, of Coolbawn, co. Wexford. J.P. and D.L., M.P. for 
Carlow, b. 1800 ; m. 1823, Lady Catherine Anne Nugent, 2nd 
dau. of George Frederick, 7th Earl of Westmeath, and d.s.p. 15 
Dec. 1867. 

1. Maria, m. R. Longfield. 

2. Margaret, m. Rev. Francis Ruttledge, of Bloomfield, co. 
Mayo. 

3. Harriett, m. Rev. George Edward Vernon, andd. 5 Feb. 1866. 
He d. 16 March, 1870, leaving issue (see VERNON of Clontarf Castle). 

The son and heir, 

COL. HENRY BRUEN, of Oak Park, M.P. co. Carlow, m. 1822, 
Anne Wandesforde, dau. of Thomas Kavanagh, M.P., of Borris 
House, co. Carlow, by the Lady Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John, 
i7th Earl of Ormonde, and d. 1852, leaving issue, 

1. HENRY, of Oak Park. 

1. Elizabeth, d. 1848. 

2. Harriet, m. 1857, Lorenzo William Alexander, who d. 1867. 

3. Anne, m. 27 April, 1854, Rev. Benjamin Burton, and d. Feb. 
1871, leaving issue. 

The son and heir, 

THE RIGHT HON. HENRY BRUEN, of Oak Park, co. Carlow, and 
Coolbawn, co. Wexford, M.P. co. Carlow 1857 to 1880, J.P. and 
D.L. of that co., and High Sheriff 1853, J.P. co. Wexford, High 
Sheriff 1883 ; sworn a Privy Councillor' for Ireland 1880 ; b. 16 
June, 1828 ; d. 8 March, 1912 ; m. 6 June, 1854, Mary Margaret, 3rd 
dau. of Col. Edward M. Conolly, of Castletown, co. Kildare, M.P., 
and by her (who d. 13 May 1894) had issue, 

1. HENRY, now of Oak Park. 

2. Edward Francis, Capt. R.N. 

3. John Richard, d. 30 Nov. 1874. 

4. Arthur Thomas, m. 14 July, 1908, Lily, youngest dau. of 
F. Ruttledge, J.P., of Enniscorthy. 

5. Charles, d. unm. 23 Feb. 1905. 

1. Katherine Anne, m. 26 Feb. 1874, Thomas, 2nd Lord Rathdon- 
nell (see BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage, RATHDONNELL, B.). 

2. Mary Susan. 

3. Elizabeth, m. 16 Oct. 1894, Edward Ussher Roberts, of Gaultier- 
Woodstown, Waterford, only son of the late Arthur Ussher 
Roberts. 

4. Eleanor. 

5. Helen, m. n Aug. 1896, Major Charles W. Bishop, son of 
James Bishop, of Hamstead Park, Newbury. 

6. Grace, m. 4 Aug. 1910, Sir Hunt Henry Allen Johnson- Walsh, 
5th Bart, (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

Seats Oak Park, Carlow ; Coolbawn, Enniscorthy. Club 
Naval and Military. 



BRYAN OF JENKINSTOWN. 
See BURKE'S PBERAGE.BEL.IiEW. 



IRELAND. 



Buchanan. 




BRYAN OF UPTON AND BORRMOTJNT. 

CAPT. LOFTUS 

ANTHONY BRYAN, 
of Upton, and Borr- 
mount Manor, co. 
Wexford, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 
1892, Capt. the 
Waterford Artillery, 
Southern Division, 
R.A. ; b. 14 Feb. 
1867 ; m. 1886, Annie, 
youngest dau. of the 
lateM. R. Ryan, J.P., 
of Temple Mungret, 
co. Limerick, and has 
issue, 

1. LOFTUS ANTHONY, b. 
2 Oct. 1886. 

2. William Jacob, b. 5 Oct. 
1889. 

3. John Donough Owen, 
b. 26 Oct. 1904. 

1. Bertha Charlotte Georgina. 2. Annie Caitlin Elizabeth. 

Lineage. ABRAHAM BRYAN, of Dublin, Merchant, temp. 
Queen ANNE, had two sons, 

1. JACOB, of whom hereafter. 

2. Philip, of Norwich, Norfolk. 
The elder son, 

REV. JACOB BRYAN, Rector of Kilrush, in the diocese of Meath, b. 
in Dublin, 1708, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 17 July, 1728, aged 
20 years, and was M.A. 1730. He m. 28 April, 1739, Mary, dau. of 
Isaac Dickinson, of Dublin, and of Streetgate, Cumberland and 
had issue, 

1. ISAAC, his successor. 

2. Daniel, M.D., b. 20 June, 1757 ; d. unm. 

1. Elinor, b. 24. Feb. 1748 ; m. Thomas Racket. 

2. Martha, m. 1813, Richard Swift, of Lynn, co. Westmeath, 
and had issue. 

He d. 6 Oct. 1794. His elder son, 

THE REV. ISAAC BRYAN, Rector of Horetown, co. Wexford, 
b. 13 May, 1746 ; m. 25 June, 1785, Mary, dau. of Maurice Howlin 
D'Arcy, of Coolure, co. Wexford, by Eleanor his wife, eldest dau. 
of Charles Tottenham, M.P., of Tottenham Green, co. Wexford, 
sister of Sir John Tottenham, ist bart. of Tottenham Green, and 
aunt of Sir Charles Tottenham Loftus, 2nd bart., created EARL 
and MARQUESS OF ELY. By her (who d. 1803), Rev. Isaac Bryan 
left at his decease, 1796, two daus., who both m., the youngest 
m. Mr. Jackson, President, U.S.A., and three sons, 

A. Jacob Edward, d.s.p. 

2. Meade Dennis, b. 23 Jan. 1790, d.s.p. 

3. LOFTUS ANTHONY, of Upton. 
The 3rd son, 

LOFTUS ANTHONY BRYAN, of Upton, co. Wexford, High Sheriff 
of the city of Dublin 1836-7 (the Freedom of the City of Dublin was 
conferred on Mr. Loftus Bryan), b. 24 Aug. 1793 ; m. 13 Oct. 1832, 
Marian, dau. of William Izon, of The Lodge, West Bromwich, co. 
Stafford, and had issue, 

1. ISAAC WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Loftus Anthony, of Highfield, co. Dublin, B.A. Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, b. 15 April, 1837 ; m. 14 Nov. 1865, Georgina Percival, 
youngest dau. of Thomas M'Craith, son of Thomas M'Craith, of 
Loughloher, co. Tipperary, and d. 1871, leaving by her (who m. 
2ndly, 1886, Major-Gen. John Roe, formerly of Rockwell co 
Tipperary, and d. 3 Oct. 1808) an only surviving son, 

LOFTUS ANTHONY, now of Upton and Borrmount Manor. 

3. Jacob, b. 1840 ; d. unm. 31 March, 1866. 

4. WILLIAM IZON, late of Upton and Borrmount Manor. 

1. Charlotte, d. 19 April, 1910, having m. the late Very Rev. 
Francis Swift, of Lynn Lodge, co. Westmeath, Dean of Clonmac- 
noise, and Rector of Mullingar, co. Westmeath. 

2. Marian m. 30 June, 1868, George Gledstanes Richards eldest 
son of John Richards, of Macmine Castle, co. Wexford, who d. 
24 Feb. 1876, leaving issue (see that family}. 

Mr. Bryan d. 1865, and was s. by his eldest son, 
ISAAC WILLIAM BRYAN, of Upton, J.P., co. Wexford, Barrister- 

at-Law, M.A., Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 29 Nov. 1833 ', d- unm. 7 Dec. 

1866, and devised Upton to his younger brother, 

,,7 W r LLIAM IzON BRYAN > of Upton and Borrmount Manor, co. 

Wexford, J.P.. Barrister-at-Law, M.A., and LL.B. Trin. Coll. 

Dublin, b. 29 Aug. 1841 ; d. unm. 21 Jan. 1873, when he was s. 

by his nephew, the present proprietor. 
Arms Erm., a lion rampant gu. crowned or, between two 

cmquefoils in chief and a fleur-de-lis in base az., a canton of the 

second charged with three bars dancette arg. Crest On a mural 

crown ppr. a lion rampant gu. collared gemelle or and charged on 

the shoulder with a cinquefoil arg. Motto Ferro mea recupero. 
Seats Upton, Kilmuckridge, Gorey, co. Wexford ; Bo.rmount 

Manor, Enniscorthy ; Kilgibbon House, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford ' 



I.L.G. 



BUCHANAN OF EDENFEL. 

LIEUT.-COL. JOHN BLACKER BUCHANAN, of 
Edenfel, co. Tyrone, R.A.M.C., (retired) served in 
S. African War, b. 26 April, 1863 ; m. Oct. 1894, 
Mary, eldest dau. of Rev. A. Harland, of Harefield, 
Middlesex, and has issue, 

1. Helena Margaret I 

2. Evaleen Mary } twms > b > '3 J^v, 1898. 

3. Mary Elizabeth, b. July, 1905. 

Lineage. THOMAS BUCHANAN, of Carbeth, was son of Thomas 
Buchanan (by Isabel, dau. of Murdoch Stuart, Duke of Albany). 
3rd son of Sir Walter de Buchanan, i 3 th Laird of Buchanan (see 
BUCHANAN-HAMILTON). He m. 2ndly, his cousin, dau. of Buchanan 
of that ilk, and had issue, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, of Gartincaber, parish of Buchanan, co. Stir- 
ling, b. 1545 ; m. and had issue, 

GEORGE BUCHANAN, of Gartincaher, b. 1578 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Walter Leckie, of Dishcour, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. George (descendants in America). 

3. Thomas, of Gartincaber. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, for whom his father purchased the lands of 
Blairluisk, co. Dumbarton, b. 1615 ; m. his cousin Jean, and had 
issue, 

GEORGE BUCHANAN, of Blairluisk, b. 1648 ; sold Blairluisk 1674. 
to his brother William, and settled near Omagh, co. Tyrone ; m. 
Elizabeth Mayne, and had issue, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, b. 1676; m. 1703, Catherine Black, and had 
ssue four sons, of whom, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Thomas, ancestor of James Buchanan, isth President of the 
United States. 

The son and heir, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, b. 1704; m. ist, 1735, Jane Nixon, and had 
issue, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, of Omagh, b. 1736; m. ist, Maria, dau. of 
Capt. Long, which lady d.s.p.; 2ndly, 1771, Sarah, dau. of Oliver 
Sproule, and d. 1820, leaving issue with several daus., 

1. James, b. 1772, was H.B.M. Consul General in America (1817 
to 1844), where his descendants still remain. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 3. George, b. 1782 ; d.s.p. 1860, 

4. William, b. 1784 ; d. 1835. 

5. Alexander, b. 1786 ; d.s.p. 1840. 
The 2nd son, 

JOHN BUCHANAN, of Omagh, b. 1779 ; purchased Lisnamallard 
from Sir Hugh Stewart, Bart, in 1828 ; m. 6 April, 1820, Mary Jane, 
dau. of the late James Blacker, a Divisional Magistrate of Dublin, 
High Sheriff 1805 (see BLACKER of Woodbrook). She d. Feb. 1857. 
He d. Jan. 1842, leaving issue, 

1. John Blacker, b. Jan. 1821 ; d.s.p. Dec. 1860. 

2. James Blacker, b. Dec. 1824 ; d-s.p. April, 1852. 

3. George, of Keston Towers, Kent, b. May, 1827; m. 1860, 
Gertrude, dau. of George Armitage, D.L., of Nunthorpe, co. York 
(see that family), and d.s.p. June, 1897. 

4. William Blacker, b. Jan. 1831 ; d.s.p. Feb. 1857. 

5. Mansergh George, b. Oct. 1832 ; d.s.p. Oct. 1876. 

6. Alexander Carlile, of The Oaks, Morden, Manitoba, 6. Feb. 1834; 
m. 19 Nov. 1863, Anna Sophia, dau. of James Wilson, and d. Dec. 
1897, leaving issue, settled in Canada. 

7. LEWIS MANSERGH, late of Edenfel and Lisnamallard. 

1. Jane Elizabeth, of Lisnamallard, co. Tyrone, d. unm. 3 Dec. 
1910. 

2. Sarah Caroline, d. unm. March, 1893. 

3. Elizabeth Eleanor, of Lisnamallard, co. Tyrone, d. unm. 
April, 1906. 

The 7th son, 

COL. LEWIS MANSERGH BUCHANAN, C.B., F.R.G.S., of Edenfel 
and Lisnamallard, co. Tyrone, b. 31 Dec. 1836 ; Hon. Col. and late 
Lieut.-Col. commanding 4th Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 
formerly an Officer of the 88th Connaught Rangers, in which regt. 
he served through the Indian Mutiny. He d. 23 April, 1908, having 
m. ist, 1862, Eleanor Margaret (d. 1877), dau. of the late William 
Whitla, of Lisburn (see WHITLA of Ben Eaden) ; and 2ndly, 1878, 
Wilhelmina (d. i April, 1908), dau. of George A. Molony, R.M. ; 
and by his first wife had issue, 

1. JOHN BLACKER, now of Edenfel. 

2. Lewis Ernest, Capt. and Hon. Maj. 4th Batt. Royal Innis. 
Fus., served in S. African War, b. 4 Sept. 1868 ; m. 3 Dec. 1903, 
Constance Kate, dau. of Frederick S. Goulding, of Brockley, Kent, 
and has issue, 

1. Joyce Elinor, b. 22 Aug. 1905. 

2. Audrey Elizabeth, b. 26 March, 1907. 

3. Constance Phyllis, b. 9 Oct. 1909. 

3. Mansergh George Reginald, b. 7 Sept. 1872 ; m. 1896, Amy, 
dau. of John Hughes, of Blackburn. 

4. Calvert James Stronge, served in S. African War, 6. 10 July, 
1874- 

1. Ethel Elizabeth, d. i Nov. 1910, having m. Jan. 1889, William 
P. Grubb, of Bessbrook. 

2. Mary Jane Eleanor, m. Sept. 1888, Effingham MacDowel 
F.R.C.S.I. 

8. Alice Lilian, m. 30 Nov. 1898, Charles Stuart Hope, of Kyle- 
more, Bickley, son of the late Rev. James Hope, Rector of Whalley 
Range, Manchester. 

4. Eleanora Agnes, m. 3 Sept. 1902, Col. Mackenzie Churchill, of 
The Granleys, Cheltenham. 
Seat Edenfel, Omagh, co. Tyrone. 



Budgen. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



BUDGEN OF BAL.LINDONEY. 

STEPHEN THEODORE JANSSEN EDMUND BUDGEN, 
of Ballindoney, co. Wexford, J.P., &. 16 Dec. 1875 ; 
m. 30 March, 1910, Elizabeth Siddons, elder dau. 
of the late Major-Gen. John Anstruther Angus, 
B.N.I. 

Lineage. JOHN BUDGEN, of Penshurst, Kent, son of WILLIAM 
BUDGEN, of Penshurst, Kent, who d. temp. HENRY VIII, left issue, 

1. OLIVER, of whom presently. 

2. William (Rev.), of Emanuel Coll. Camb. 

1. Susan, m. John Fry, of Mitchells, Spredhurst. 
The eldest son, 

OLIVER BUDGEN, of Haesden, Leigh, near Tonbridge, Kent, 0. 
1555, d. 1625, leaving a son, 

JOHN BUDGEN, of West Newdegate, Surrey, which he purchased 
1636, was educated at Clare Coll. Camb., m. ist, the dau. of Bennett, 
of Hastings, and by her had, 

1. John, d. 1652. 

He m. andly, Elizabeth, dau. of John Steere, of Ockley, and by her 
had issue, 

2. John, M.A., M.D., and Fell, of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; d. unm. 1696. 

3. William, Fell, of Trin. Coll. Camb., d. 1661. 

4. Thomas, d. 1671. 5. Edward, d. 1716. 
6. JAMES, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Bridger, and had issue. 
The youngest son, 

JAMES BUDGEN, of West Newdegate, Surrey ; m. the widow of 
Morton and dau. of Rev. Mr. Lee, of Bucks, and had issue, 

1. John, M.A., M.D. Trin. Coll. Oxford, 6. 1676 ; m. Mary, dau. 
of J ames Ede, of Cudworth. Shed. 1768. He d.s.p. June, 1740. 

2. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

3. James, b. 1680, d. unm. 1707. 
The second son, 

EDWARD BUDGEN, of West Newdegate, and Shrub Hill, Dorking, 
Sheriff of Surrey 1698, b. 1677 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of James Ede, 
of Cudworth, and d. Aug. 1719, leaving issue, 

1. Edward, m. Mary, dau. and heir of Peter Hussey, of Shire, 

and d.s.p. 12 Aug. 1728. 



DTJNBAR-BULLER OF WOBURN. 

CHARLES WILLIAM 

DUNBAR-BULLER, of 

Woburn, co. Down, 
and Tofts Monks, 
Norfolk, J.P. and 
D.L., co. Down, High 
Sheriff 1 894, D.L. 
Norfolk, formerly 
Fellow and Sub- 
warden of All Souls' 
Coll. Oxford, 6. 2 Oct. 
1847 ; m. 22 July, 
1890, GeorgianaAnne 
Elizabeth, only sur- 
viving child of the 
late George Dunbar, 
D.L., sometime M.P. 
for Belfast, He 
assumed the addi- 
tional name and arms of DUNBAR by Royal Licence 
1891.- 

Lineage (of DUNBAR) JAMES DUNBAR, a cadet of the family 
of Dunbar, of Hempriggs, in Scotland, had a son, 

GEORGE DUNBAR, of Belfast and afterwards of Dungannon, 
co. Tyrone. His will, dated 7 Jan. 1779, was proved 18 Nov. that 
year. He left issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. A dau. m. Henry Joy. 

2. Eleanor. 
The only son, 

JOHN DUNBAR, of Dungannon, co. Tyrone, m. Wilfrida, dau. of 
John Gilmore, of Boghead, co. Antrim, and had issue, 




2. John, d. young. 3. William, rf. young. 1. John Gilmore, ot Woburn, co. Down, m. Mary, dau. of John 

4. James, B.A., Trin. Coll. Oxford, 1702; m. Mary, dau. of \ Cunningham, of Belfast, and d.s.p. 



J. Ede, of Cudworth, and d. 8 March, 1731. She m. andly, 

Richard Morton and d. 1778. 

5. THOMAS, of whom presently. 
The youngest son, 

THOMAS BUDGEN, of West Newdegate, and Shrub Hill, Dorking, 
M.P. for Surrey in the last two Parliaments of GEORGE II. and the 
first of GEORGE III. who refused a baronetcy in both those reigns, 
m. Penelope, dau. of Daniel Smith, Governor of Nevis, and d. 
3 March, 1772, leaving issue, 

JOHN SMITH, hi he<r. 

Penelope, m. William Hewson, and had issue. 
The only son, 

JOHN SMITH BUDGEN, of West Newdegate, and Dorking, M.A. 



2. George, d.s.p. 

' , \. Ale 
had issue, 



1. Sarah, m. Alexander Orr, of Landmore, co. Londonderry, and 



1. James Alexander ORR, m. Anne, dau. of William Johnston, of 
Belfast, and had a son, James. 

2. GEORGE DUNBAR, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Rev. John Paul, ot Aghadowy, co. London- 
derry. 

2. Anna Alexandra, m. Rev. Michael Dillon Pilkington, of 
Riverville, co. Galway. 

2. Eleanor, m. Rev. John Hough ton, of Middleton, Lancashire. 
The grandson, 

. GEORGE DUNBAR DUNBAR (formerly Orr), of Woburn, co. 

.. Coll. Oxford, b. 28 June, 1741 ; m. Lucretia, dau. of Matthew Down, Barrister-at-Law, D.L. co. Down, M.P. for Belfast 1835-7 
Mills, of St. Christopher's. She d. 8 Nov. 1798. He d. 25 May, and 1838-41, assumed by Royal Licence 18 March, 1833, the name 

and arms of DUNBAR in lieu of his patronymic ORR, b. 1800 ; m. 
13 April, 1844, Harriet Susan Isabella, only dau. of Lord George 
Thomas Beresford (see BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD, M.). She 
d. 18 April, 1859. He d. 12 Aug. 1875, having had issue, 

John George Henry William, of Woburn, co. Down, Capt. ist 
Life Guards, b. 13 June, 1848 ; d. 1884. 

GEORGIAN A ANNE ELIZABETH, m* as above, 22 July, 1890. 
CHARLES WILLIAM BULLER, now DUNBAR-BULLER. 
Lineage (of BULLER) JOHN BULLER, of East Looe, and 



Trto 



1805, leaving with three daus., Lucretia, Cornelia, and Mar 
only son, 

MAJOR THOMAS BUDGEN, of Holmesdale, Nutfield, Surrey, J.P. 
and D.L., Major Surrey Militia, who sold Newdegate Manor in 1807 ; 
m. 1 8 May, 1789, Lydia Sarah Genevera, dau. of Edward Nourse, 
of Stanstead, Essex, and d. May, 1852, having by her (who d. 8 Aug. 
1818) had issue, 

1. JOHN ROBERT, of Ballindoney. 

2. Thomas, retired Major-Gen., late Col. Royal Engineers, b. I 



,. iuumi=>, icni^ luajui-ucu., late v^j. ., 01 iiugmcci.;*, f. i Liineafire (of CULLER) JOHN UULLER, 01 iiast L,ooe, aim 
July, 1795 5 m. Fanny, dau. of Col. Maule, and left three sons Bak Cornwall, M.P. for East Looe 1747-86 and a Lord of the 

i ralty , b . 24 j an . 1721, 3 rd son of John Francis Buller, of 
J gj, BuL 4 LE J R of Downel), and Rebecca his wife, dau. and 
Georgiana, and dau. of Gen Jervois, R.A., and d. 28 July, 1894, co . heir Q v f sir j onath an Trelawney, Bart., Bishop of Winchester 



and four daus. The eldest son, John, late of g$tii Regt. ; and the 

2nd, William Thomas, Col. Royal Artillery, D.S.O., m. Olivia 

Georgiana, and dau. of Gen. Jervois, R 

leaving Temple, William, and Florence. 

1. Lucretia Mary, d. unm. 1808. 2. Lydia Martha. 

The elder son, 

JOHN ROBERT BUDGEN, of Richmond House, Twickenham, and 
of Ballindoney, co. Wexford, late Capt. Rifle Brigade, J.P. and j 
D.L. for Surrey, and J.P. for co. Wexford, b. i Dec. 1791 ; m. 13 I 
Tan. 1823, Williamza Caroline Mary, 3rd dau. of Col. Lorenzo j 
Moore, of the Battleaxe Guards, by Henrietta, his wife, only dau. of 
Sir Stephen Theodore Janssen, Bart., Lord Mayor of London 1754, 
and by her (who d. 18 Nov. 1870) had issue, 

1. THOMAS JOHN, late of Ballindoney. 

1. Anne Williamza, b. 4 Oct. 1826. 

2. Maria Cornelia, d. unm. n April, 1879. 

Capt. Budgen had the Waterloo medal and eight Peninsular clasps. 
He d. at Beaulieu, Jersey, 4 Dec. 1866. His only son, 

THOMAS JOHN BUDGEN, of Ballindoney, co. Wexford, J.P., 
b. 16 Jan. 1824 ; d. 29 April, 1911 ; m. 18 July, 1872, Julia, dau. 
of Rev. Edmund Dewdney, Incumbent of St. John's, Porstea, 
and grand-dau. of Thomas Lindsey, of Hollymount, co. Mayo, 
and by her (who d. 5 Nov. 1888) had issue, 

STEPHEN THEODORE JANSSEN EDMUND, now of Ballindoney. 

Seat Ballindoney, Ballywilliam, New Ross, co. Wexford. 
Residence Richmond House, Twickenham. Cltibs Junior Con- 
servative, and Conservative (Edinburgh). 



Hew. ist, 3 March, 1760, Mary, dau. of Sir John St. Aubyn, Bart., 
M.P. She d. 14 Aug. 1767, leaving issue, two sons, 

1. John, M.P. for East Looe, m. Augusta, dau. of R. Nixon, 
and d.s.p. 1807. 

2. Edward (Sir), Bart, of Trenant Park, Vice-Adm. of the Red, 
created a baronet 3 Oct. 1808, b. 24 Dec. 1764 ; m. 15 March, 1789, 
Gertrude, dau. of Col. Philip van Cortlands, and d. 15 April, 
1824, when the title became extinct. He had issue, 

John St. Aubyn, d. young. 

Anna Maria, m. 25 Feb. 1824, Lieut.-Col. James Drummand 
Elphinstone, who assumed the name of BULLER. He d. & 
March, 1857. She d. 26 Feb. 1845, leaving issue (see BURKE s 
Peerage, ELPHINSTONE, B.). 

Mr. John Buller m. 2ndly, 4 Nov. 1768, Elizabeth Caroline, 
dau. of John Hunter. She d. 17 Jan. 1798- He d. 26 July, 1786, 
having by her had issue, one son and a dau., 

3. FREDERICK WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

1. Caroline, m. 18 May, 1791, her cousin, William Buller, of 

Whimple, Devon. He d. 22 April, 1817. She d. i June, 1860, 

leaving issue (see BULLER of Downes). 
The only son by the second marriage, 

LIEUT.-GEN. FREDERICK WILLIAM BULLER, of Pelynt, and Lan- 
reath, co. Cornwall, M.P. for East Looe, 1798-1802, m. 6 April, 
1795, Charlotte, dau. of George Tomkyns, and d. 5 Nov. 1855. 
having had issue, 

1. Frederick Thomas, of Pelynt, and Lanreath, Maj.-Gen. in the 
Army, 6. 6 A .797 ; m. 16 Aug. 1821, Lady Agnes Percy, dau. 
c' .ugh, .uuke of Northumberland, K.G. She d. 4 June, 1856. 
He d.s.p. 5 June, 1860. 

2. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 



IRELAND. 



Bunbury. 



3. George (Sir), G.C.B., Gen. in the Army, late Rifle Brigade, b. 
30 May, 1800 ; m. 22 Oct. 1855, Henrietta, dau. of Gen. Sir John 
Macdonald, G.C.B. She d.s.p. 18 April, 1881. He d. Feb. 1884. 

4. John, R.N., b. 28 Dec. 1802 ; d. unm. 

1. Charlotte, d. unm. 

2. Caroline, m. 16 March, 1836, George Warwick, ist Lord Polti- 
more. He d. 19 Dec. 1858. She d. 29 May, 1863, leaving issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage), 

3. Agnes, d. unm. 

4. Georgiana Amelia, m. 3 March, 1836, Charles Hulse, of Stoke 
Park, Guildford. He d. 25 May, 1883. She d. 18 Dec. 1897, 
leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, HULSE, Bart.). 

The second son, 

THE REV. WILLIAM BULLER, of Pelynt and Lanreath, Cornwall, 
Rector of Hemington, Somerset, M.A., Worcester Coll. Oxford, 
b. i June, 1799 ; s. his brother 1860 ; m. ist, 15 Sept. 1835, Leonora 
Sophia, dau. of John Bond, of Grange, Dorset. She d.s.p. 6 Jan. 
1836. He m. 2ndly, 13 Aug. 1845, Eleanor, dau. of Rev. William 
Coney, of Cookham, Berks, and d. 31 May, 1862, having by her 
had issue, 

1. CHARLES WILLIAM, now of Woburn. 

2. Frederick George (Rev.), Rector of Birch, Manchester, b. 1855, 
m. 8 Sept. 1886, Margaret Mildred, dau. of Sir John W. H. 
Anson, 2nd Bart., and has issue, 

1. Hugh Algernon, b. 20 Aug. 1887. 

2. John Frederick, b. 27 March, 1889. 

3. Frederick Edwin, b. 14 July, 1892. 
i. Winifred Margaret, b. 9 July, 1897. 

3. Warwick Augustus, b. 1857 ; m. Frances, dau. of Maj. H. A. 
Cubitt, of Earlham Lodge, Norwich (seeCuBiTt of Honing), and 
has issue, 

i. Francis Warwick, 6. 16 Jan. 1903. 

i. Nora Dorothy. 2. Phillis Emily. 

3. Alice Irene. 4. Eleanor Violet. 

1. Ellen Georgina, d. Aug. 1909. 

2. Alice Lucy, m. 13 Dec. 1877, Capt. Samuel Francis Dashwood, 
who d.s.p. 2 May, 1897. 

3. Caroline, m. 19 July, 1884, Rev. John Barrington Pelham, 
Vicar of Thundridge, Ware, 2nd son of the Hon. and Right Rev. 
J. T. Pelham, D.D. Bishop of Norwich (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
CHICHESTER, E.). 

4. Sophia Leonora, d. unm. 1883. 

Arms Quarterly ist and 4th sa. on a cross quarterpierced 
arg. four eagles displayed of the field (BULLER) 2nd and 3rd per 
pale or and arg. three cushions, two and one within a double tressure 
flory counterflory gu. all within a bordure vair, and for distinction 
in the fess point a cross crosslet of the third (DUNBAR). Crests 

1. A Saracen's head affrontee couped at the shoulders ppr. (BULLER). 

2. A demi lion or armed and holding in the dexter paw a rose gu. 
leaved and barbed vert, charged for distinction on the shoulder 
with a cross crosslet gu. (DUNBAR). Motto Aquila non capit 
mtiscas. 

Seats Woburn, Donaghadee, co. Down ; Trerissome, Flush- 
ing, Cornwall. Town Residence 15, Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 
Clubs Brooks's, St. James', and United University, S.W. ; Ulster, 
Belfast ; and Devon and Exeter, Exeter. 



BTJNBTJRY OF CRANAVONANE. 

HAMILTON JOSEPH 
BUNBURY, of Crana- 
vonane, co. Carlow, 
Capt. 4th Batt. High- 
land L.I., formerly 
Capt. 2nd Vol. Batt. 
Royal Sussex Regt., 
b. 14 Feb. 1866. 

Lineage. SIR HENRY 
BUNBURY, Knt. of Stanney, 
co. Chester, descended from 
David de Bunbury, Lord of 
Bunbury. temp. EDWARD III, 
was knighted 1603. He m. 
ist, Anne, dau. of Geoffrey 
Shakerley, of Shakerley, 
Lancashire, and by her was 
ancestor of the Bunburys, 
baronets of Stanney (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). He m. 
2ndly, Martha, dau. of 
Edward Norris, of Speke, 
Lancashire, and d. 1634, 
having by her had a son, 

THOMAS BUNBURY, m. ist, 
Eleanor, dau. of Henry 
Birkenhead, of Backford, and 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of William 
Willcox, and was bur. 9 Dec. 1668, aged 62, at Stoke, Cheshire, 
leaving issue. His third son, 

BENJAMIN BUNBURY, of Killerig, co. Carlow, bapt. at Stoke, 13 
Sept. 1642, settled in Ireland ; m. Mary, widow of Matthew Shep- 
pard, of Owles, co. Leicester. Herwill was proved 1741. Theirson, 

THOMAS BUNBURY, of Cloghna and Cranavonane, m. about 1697, 
Rose Jackson. He d. 1743. She d. Feb. 1738, leaving two sons, 




1. Thomas, of Cloghna, d.s.p. bur. at Tullow, co. Carlow. Will 
proved 1781. 

2. BENJAMIN, s. his brother. 
The younger son. 

BENJAMIN BUNBURY, of Cranavonane, m. Rose, dau. of Dean 
Mervyn, of co. Carlow, and by her (who d. 20 Oct. 1761), left (with 
a dau. m. Norris) an only son, 

THOMAS BUNBURY, of Cranavonane, High Sheriff 1761, Capt. in 
the Army, m. 1758, Mary, dau. of Jeremiah Milles, D.D., Dean of 
Exeter. His will was proved Jan. 1791. He left issue, 

1. Benjamin, of Marlston House, Newbury, Berks., Major in the 
Army, b. 1760, m. Anne, dau. and coheir of Henry Cowling, of 
Richmond, Yorks., and left issue, 

Henry Mill, of Marlston House, Berks., and of Cranavonane, 
co. Carlow, b. 1809; m. ist, 1833, his cousin Mary Diana, who 
d. 1864, only dau. of Col. Hamilton Welch Bunbury, of Cran- 
avonane, and 2ndly, 13 Feb. 1866, Ellen Elizabeth, dau. of 
Right Hon. C. Tennyson d'Eyncourt, of Bayons Manor, Lincoln 
(see that family). He d.s.p. 1886. She d. 12 Feb. 1900. 
Anne, b. 1803, m. 1829, Maj. Louis Verstunne, K.H. She d. 1881. 
Maj. Benjamin Bunbury m. 2ndly, Eliza Susannah, dau. of Ben- 
jamin Harenc, of Foot's Cray Place, Kent, and widow of Col. 
Taubman, but had no issue by her. 

2. Harrison Charles, R.N., 6. 1764, d. unm. 

3. HUGH MILL, of whom presently. 

4. Hamilton Welch, of Cranavonane, co. Carlow, Col. 3rd Buffs., 
b. 1772, m. 1810, Mary, dau. of Matthew Russell, of Brancepeth 
Castle, co. Durham, and d. 1833, leaving an onlv dau., 

Mary Diana, b. 1811, m. 1833, her cousin, Henry Mill Bunbury, 
of Marlston House (see above). She d.s.p. 1864. 

5. John Monseer, R.N., b. 1775, d.s.p. 1798. 

6. Thomas, K.H., Lieut.-Gen. in the Army and Col. 6oth Rifles, 
b. 1783, m. Jane, dau. and coheir of John Pearse, of Standon 
House, Wilts, and d. 1857, leaving issue, 

1. Thomas Charles, Lieut. 6oth Rifles, b. 1812, d.s.p. 1894. 

2. Stonehouse George, Lieut.-Col. 67th Regt., b. 1818, m. 
Miss G. D. Vidal, and d.s.p. 1880. 

3. Harry, 6oth Rifles, b. 1819, d. unm. - 
i. Catherine, b. 1815, d. unm. 1838. 

The third son, 

HUGH MILL BUNBURY, of West Hill, Wandsworth, b. n Feb. 
1766 ; m. ist, 1791, Lydia Cox, and by her had a son and a dau., 

1. Hugh Mill, settled in Canada, b. 1800, d. 1866. 

1. Lydia Jane, b. 1796, m. Count Alfred de Vigny, the Poet, Capt 
in the Red Mousquetaires of Louis XVIII, and d.s.p. 

He m. 2ndly, 1822, Alicia, dau. of Philip Lillie, of Drumdoe 
Castle, co. Roscommon. She d. 13 Oct. 1863. He d. 2 Nov. 1838, 
having by her had issue, 

2. PHILIP PETER MILL, of whom presently. 



3. Henry Hugh, b. 1831, d.s.p. 1870. 

4. Charles Tho 



2. Wilfred Joseph, b. 1882 ; m. 24 
ford, dau. of 



omas, Lieut.-Col. late ist Batt. Rifle Brigade 
(Cotswold House, Winchester), b. 3 March, 1836: m. 7 April, 
1875, Lady Harriot Emily, sister of the ist Marquess of Zetland, 
and has issue, 

i. Charles Hamilton de St. Pierre, Capt. Yorkshire Regt., 
b. 23 Sept. 1877; m. 22 Nov. 1905, Dorothy Agnes, eldest dau. 
of Herbert Hughes, C.M.G., of Ashdell Grove, Sheffield, and has 
issue, 

Sylvia Dorothy Mary, 2 Nov. 1909. 

. 24 Sept. 1908, Dorothy Beres- 
Major A. J. Preston, of Aislaby Lodge, Yorkshire, 
and has issue, a dau., b. Nov. 1909. 

3. Bertram John, b. 1887. 

4. Evelyn James, b. 1888. 

1. Mary Beatrice Theresa, b. 1879. 

2. Cecilia Mary, b. 189 IT. 

5. Francis Hamilton, b. 1839, d.s.p. 1858. 

1. Alice Mary Delphine, b. 1823, d. unm. 1899. 

2. Elizabeth Catherine, b. 1827, m. 1854, Count Constantino 
J asienski. 

3. Anne Maria, b. 1829, a Carmelite nun; d.s.p. 1906. 

4. Alicia Belinda, b. 1833, m. Count Alexander J asienski, and 
d. 1885, leaving a son. 

The eldest son by the second marriage, 

PHILIP PETER MILL BUNBURY, Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards, b. 
23 March, 1824; m. 12 Jan. 1865, Georgina, dau. of Peter 
MacEvoy, of Wimbledon, Surrey, and Great Cumberland Place. 
She d. 30 May, 1885. He d. 28 July, 1894, having had issue, 

HAMILTON JOSEPH, now of Cranavonane. 

Mary Alicia, b. 1867, a nun of the Order of the Good Shepherds. 

Arms Arg. on a bend sa. three chess rooks of the field. 
Crest Two swords saltirewise passing through the mouth of a 
leopard's face or, the blades ppr, hilts gold. Motto Firmum in 
I vita nihil. 

Estate Cranavonane, co. Carlow. Residence Denham 
| Lodge Weston Underwood, Olney. Clubs Boodle's and 
Wellington. 



M'CLINTOCK-BUNBTJRY. 
Set RATHDONNELL, B. 



BUNBTJRY-TIGHE. See TIGHE 



F 2 



Burdett. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



84 




BURDETT OF COOL.FIN AND 

BALLYMANY. 
ARTHUR HUGO DE 
BURDET BURDETT, 
of Ballymany, co. 
Kildare, and Coolfin, 
King's Co., J.P. and 
High Sheriff for the 
latter co. 1896, late 
Capt. 4th Batt. Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers, b. 
27 March, 1863, edu- 
cated at Eton; m. 23 
July, 1884, Henrietta 
Maude, youngest dau. 
of the " late Robert 
St. George, of Ivy 
Lodge, Ballinasloe, 
and grand-dau. of Sir 
Richard Bligh St. 
George, 2nd bart. of 
Woodsgift, co. Kil- 
kenny (see BURKE'S 
Peerage) and has issue, 

1. ARTHUR ST. GEORGE, b. 19 July, 1895, educated at Eton. 

1. Grace Sophia, b. 21 Dec. 1885. 

2. Maude, b. 8 Dec. 1889. 

Lineage. THE REV. GEORGE BURDETT, M.A., Dean of 
Leighlin 1668, d. 1671, administration of his goods being granted to 
his son, Thomas Burdett, of Garryhill, co. Carlow (father of Thomas 
Burdett, created a Baronet). Another and younger son, 

SAMUEL BURDETT. settled at Lismalin, co. Tipperary. He m. 
Judith, dau. of Capt. Thomas Evatt, and left at his decease, 1664, 
two sons ; the elder, George, of Lismalin, d.s.p. ; the younger, 

THE VERY REV. JOHN BURDETT, Dean of Clonfert, m. Mar- 
garet, sth dau. of Sir John Cole, Bart, of Newland, co. Dublin, 
and dying 1726, left, with other issue, a dau. Lettice, wife of Alger- 
non Warren, of Kilkenny, and a son, 

ARTHUR BURDETT, of Lismalin, who m. 1725, Grace, dau. of 
John Head, of Derry Castle, and had (with three daus., one of 
whom, Grace, m. Barry, ist Earl of Farnham) two sons, Arthur 
Burdett, of Bellaville. High Sheriff co. Kildare 1791, who d. 1796, 
t.p. ', and 

GEORGE BURDETT, of the Heath House, Queen's Co., sometime 
Cornet and Lieut, in the " Black Horse," M.P. for Thomastown and 
Callan in the last Irish Parliament. He was b. 1735 ; m. Jane, 
2nd dau. of John Frend, and d. 1817, leaving issue, 

1. ARTHUR, of whom presently. 

2. George, of Longtown House, co. Kildare, Capt. R.N., m. 
ist, Mary Jane, dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. Whitelock, and 
2nd, Catherine Dorothea, only dau. and heiress of the late Col. 
William Browne, of Glengarry, co. Dublin, by whom he had issue, 

i. George, m. Harriet, dau. of William Willan, and d.s.p. 

1. Frances Elizabeth, m. Thomas Pery Knox, who d. 1893. 
She d. 1900. 

2. Catherine Jane, m. 1836, Richard Brouncker, of Boveridge, 
Dorset (see that family), and is dec. 

3. JOHN (Rev.), of Cushcallow, King's Co., Vicar of Rynagh and 
Gallen, King's Co., and Rector of Ballygarth, co. Meath, b. 1775 ; 
m. 4 Dec. 1802, Margaret Anne, 6th dau. of Michael Head, D.L., 
of Derry Castle, co. Tipperary, by Margaret, his wife, 6th dau. of 
Henry Prittie, of Kilboy, in the same co., aunt to the ist Lord 
Dunally, and had issue, " 

1. John Head, of Hunstanton, and Cushcallow, King's Co., 
J.P., Barrister-at-Law, b. 27 Oct. 1809 ; m. 20 July, 1842, his 
ist cousin, Adelaide Louisa, youngest dau. of Arthur Burdett, 
of Ballymany, co. Kildare (see infra), and d.s.p. 4 March, 1870. 
His widow d. 20 Jan. 1905. 

2. Henry (Rev.), Rector of Ballybay co. Monaghan, b. 5 Dec. 
1812 ; m. 23 June, 1842, Sybilla, dau. of Thomas Fleetwood, of 
Banagher. She d. 1907. He d. 1875, leaving issue, 

(1) Henry Plantagenet (Rev.) (5, Colleton Crescent, Exeter). 
Rector of St. Mary's Steps, Exeter, b. 1853 ; in. 1892, Maria 
Louisa, dau. of John Curry, of Fareham, Hants. 

(2) John Head (15, Waldemar Avenue, Baling), b. 1855 ,' 
m. 1882, Ada, dau. of the late Rev. Moses Leatham, and has 
had issue, 

i. JohnHead,L.R.C.P. andM.R.C.S.E.,6. 1884, is Surgeon 
R.N. 

. Henry Leatham, b. 1887. 
. Charles Plantagenet, b. 1890. 
. Cyril Trench, b. 1896. 
. Katherine Adelaide, b. 1882 ; d. 1892. 
. Sybil Mary, b. 1885. 
(i) Louisa Jane, b. 1860. 

3. Arthur Michael, b. 1815 ; d. unm. i Feb. 1847. 

4. George Prittie, b. 1817 ; d. unm. 21 June, 1859. 

5. Francis Robert, b. 1822 ; d. unm. 28 Nov. 1843. 

1. Margaret Anne, d. 1850, unm. 

2. Jano, d. 1883 unm. 

3. Grace. m\2 Jan. 1834, John Eyre Trench, of Clonfert House, 
co. Galway (see TRENCH of Clonfert), and had issue. She d. 



24 Jan. 1889. Her 3rd dau. Grace, m. 25 March, 1862, her 
cousin Arthur Burdett, Esq., late of Coolfin (see below), and d. 
17 April, 1863, leaving issue an only son, the present ARTHUR 
HUGO BURDETT, of Coolfin. 

4. Maria, d. 1854. 

5. Louisa, m. Col. Dawes, Bengal Art., and d. in India 1857 
leaving issue. 

1. Grace, m. Col. Henry Peisley L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's 
Co., and is dec. 

2. Jane, m. Francis Brooke, Lieut.-Col. 4th King's Own Regt. 
of Foot, and brother of the late Sir Henry Brooke, of Colebrook, 
Bart., and is dec. 

The eldest son, 

ARTHUR BURDETT, of Ballymany, and Ballywalter, who purchased 
the Coolfin Estate in 1836, b. 1770 ; m. 1810, Anna, only dau, of 
William Ripley, of Liverpool, and d. 1842, having by her (who d. 
1859) had issue, 

1. GEORGE, his heir. 

2. ARTHUR, late representative. 

1. Mary Jane, b. 1812 ; m. 1848, Lieut.-Col. Robert Brookes, 
24th Regt., who was killed at the battle of Chilianwallah, 1849; 
she d. 29 July, 1895. 

2. Anna, b. 1815 ; m. 1842, Edward John Collingwood, of Lilburn 
Tower, and Churton House, co. Northumberland (see thai family), 
and d. 1879, leaving issue. He d. 1895. 

3. Adelaide Louisa, b. 1817 ; m. 1842, her cousin, John Head 
Burdett, of Hunstanton, King's Co., who d. 4 March, 1870 (see 
above). She d. 20 Jan. 1905. 

The elder son, 

GEORGE BURDETT, of Ballymany, and of Ballywalter, co. Tip- 
perary, b. 25 Sept. 1813 ; d.s.p. in 1875, and was s. by his only 
brother. 

ARTHUR BURDETT, of Ballymany, also of Ballywalter, co. Tip- 
perary, and Coolfin, King's Co., b. i Sept. 1814, J.P. for King's 
Co., High Sheriff 1877, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin ; m. ist, 25 March, 
1862, his cousin, Grace Florinda, 3rd dau. of John Eyre Trench, 
of Clonfert House, co. Galway (see that family), by whom (who 
d. 17 April, 1863) he had issue, 

ARTHUR HUGO DE BURDET, now of Ballymany and Coolfin. 
He m. zndly, 18 Dec. 1875, Emma Wyke, youngest dau. of Major 
Francis Russell Eagar, 3ist Regt. She d.s.p. 29 Sept. 1901. He 
d. 16 Jan. 1884, and was s. by his only son. 

Arms Paly of six arg. and az. on a bend gu. three martlets or. 
Crest On a tower arg. a martlet with wings displayed or. 

Seat Coolfin, near Banagher, King's Co. Clubs Kildare 
Street, Dublin, Sports, S.W., and Royal St. George Yacht, Kings- 
town. 



BURGES OF PARKANAUR. 

YNYR ALFRED 
BURGES, of Parka- 
naur, co. Tyrone, b. 
16 April, 1900 ; s. his 
grandfather 14 Aug. 
1908. 

Lineage. SAMUEL 
BURCHES, b. 1645 ; m. 1684, 
Margaret Williams, of Llan 
Elian, in N. Wales, and had 
two sons, 

1. David, b. 1685, who m. 
Elizabeth Cust, and was 
for some years Rector of 
St. Mark's Church, 
Dublin. 

2. JOSEPH, of whom pre- 
sently. 

Both brothers eventually 
moved northwards to the 
city of Armagh during the 
primacy of Archbishop 
Lindsay, with whom they 
were connected. The 
younger son, 

JOSEPH BURCHES, b. 1689, and bapt. next day (for the times 
were again troublous) at St. Michlan's Church, Dublin ; m. 1716, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Ynyr Lloyd, of East Ham, Essex (Deputy Sec- 
retary of the East India Company, and had (with two daus. 
Margaret, and Alice, wife of Francis Methold) three sons, 

1. Joseph (Rev.), d. 1746. 2. JOHN, of whom hereafter. 

3. YNYR, of East Ham, who held an influential post in the East 
India Company, and was offered the baronetcy subsequently 
conferred on his son-in-law. He was b. 1723 : m. i747 Margaret, 
dau. of Governor Browne, and d. 1792, leaving issue, a dau. and 
heir, 

Margaret, m. ist, 1771, Sir John Smith, Bart., who took the 
additional surname of BURGES, but d.s.p. 24 April, 1803 ; his 
widow m. 2ndly, 23 July, 1810, John, 4th Earl Poulett, ot 
Hinton St. George, Somerset, but d.s.p. 27 May, 1838, when 
her kinsman, JOHN YNYR BURGES, s. her in her estates. 

The 2nd son, 

JOHN BURGES, b. 1722 ; m. 20 Nov. 1763, Martha, dau. of Robert 

Ford, and d. 1790, leaving issue (with two daus. Mary, m. 1784. 

George Perry, of Seskinore, co. Tyrone ; and Martha, m. i7 8 7, 

Jaoes Johnston, of Knappagh, co. Armagh) a son, 




, 



IRELAND. 



Burke. 



JOHN HENRY BURGES, of Wood Park, co. Armagh, b. 15 July, 
1766 ; m. 1794, Marianne, eldest dau. and eventually co-heir of 
Sir Richard Johnston, Bart., of Guildford, and had issue, 

1. JOHN YNYR, of Parkanaur and East Ham. 2. Richard, dec. 

1. Margaret Ann-;, m. July, 1815, Gen. Thomas Charretie, of the 
and Life Guards, who d. Jan. 1866. She d. 1869. 

2. Matilda, d. Nov. 1805. 
The only surviving son, 

JOHN YNYR BURGES, of Parkanaur, co. Tyrone and Thorpe 
Hall, and East Ham, Essex, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, co. Tyrone 
1829, b. 31 Jan. 1798 ; m. 21 March, 1833, Lady Caroline Clements, 
youngest dau. of Nathaniel, 2nd Earl of Leitrim, K.P., and d. 20 
April, 1889, having by her (who d. 12 Oct. 1869) had issue, 

1. YNYR HENRY, late of Parkanaur. 

2. Charles Skeffington, b. 19 Aug. 1835 ; d. 1845. 

3. Clements Keppel, d. March, 1840. 

4. John Richard Alexander Wamphray, b. 25 Aug. 1843 ; d. 1850, 

1. Mary Anne Margaret. 

2. Alice Caroline m. Col. Francis Brodigan, of Piltown House, 
Drogheda. He d. 8 March, 1910. 

COL. YNYR HENRY BURGES, of Parkanaur, co. Tyrone, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 1869 ; formerly Commanding 6th Brigade N.I. 
Div. R.A. ; b. 31 Jan. 1834 ! m - Ist > 7 Sept. 1859, Hon. Edith 
Bootle-Wilbraham, 3rd dau. of the late Hon. Richard Bootle- 
Wilbraham, and sister of ist Earl of Lathom, and by her (who d. 
2 Feb. 1894) h a d issue, 

1. YNYR RICHARD PATRICK, High Sheriff co. Tyrone 1898, b. 
15 March, 1866 ; m. 23 Oct. 1895, Frederica Florence Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of the late Alfred Gillett (see GILLETT of Banbury), 
and d.v.p. 20 Dec. 1905, having had issue, 

1. YNYR ALFRED, now of Pa'rkanaur. 

2. Richard Ynyr, b. 21 Aug. 1901. 

3. Patrick Claud, b. 14 June, 1905. 

1. Winifred Edith, b. 22 Oct. 1896 ; d. g Jan. 1897. 

2. Margaret Elizabeth, b. 18 Sept. 1903. 

2. John Ynyr Wilbraham, b. 13 Feb. 1871 ; d.s.p. 8 Jan. 1895. 

1. Edith Alice, m. 16 Oct. 1895, Arthur Howard Frere, elder son 
of the late Philip Howard Frere, of Dungate and Paston House, 
Cambridge, and has issue (see BURKE'S Family Records). 

2. Ethel Margaret, m. 7 Oct. 1885, Sir James Henry Stronge, 
Bart., and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

3. Lilian Adela, b. 1864, d. 1870. 

4. Myrtle Constance, m. 22 Sept. 1900, John Marcui Poer O'Shee, 
and has issue (see O'SHEE of Gardenmorris). 

5. Beatrice Annette, b. and d. 1873. 

6. Irene Caroline, m. 9 Feb. 1898, Ernald Edward Richardson, 
whod. 7 July, 1909, leaving issue (see RICHARDSON of Glanbrydan). 

Col. Burges m. andly, 5 May, 1896, Mary, dau. of George Pearce, 
of Bishop's Lydeard, and d. 14 Aug. 1908, being s. by his grandson. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, or, a fess chequy arg. and az., 
in chief two cross-crosslets gu. and in base a covered cup of the last, 
for BURGES ; 2nd, paly of eight or and gu., all within a bordure of 
the first pelletee, for LLOYD ; 3rd, arg., a saltire sa., on a chief gu., 
three cushions or, for JOHNSTON. Crests i. A dove rising arg., 
beaked and membered gu., in its beak a palm branch ppr., for 
BURGES; 2. a lion rampant gu., langued az., in the dexter paw 
an annulet, enclosing a fleur-de-lis arg., for LLOYD. Motto Tace 
aut face. 

Seat Parkanaur, Castle Caulfeild, co. Tyrone. 



BURKE OF BALXYDTJGAN. 

MICHAEL HENRY BURKE, of Ballydugan, co. 
Galway, J.P., b. 6 July, 1853 ; m. 1901, Ethel Maud, 
dau. of Robert Henry, of Toghermore (see HENRY of 
Lodge), and has issue, 

WILLIAM ST. GEORGE, b. 1902. 

juineag-e. MICHAEL BURKE, of Ballintober, co. Roscornmon, 
who purchased Ballydugan, 1726, from the Lynch family, was son 
of William Burke,* of the Clogheroge branch of the family, by his 
wife a dau. o. aly, of Cloncha. He m. ist, Miss Flynn ; 2ndly, 
Miss Dillon, of Clonbrook ; and srdly, Mary, dau. of Burke, of 
Meelick. By the first two he had no issue, but by the 3rd, he was 
father of 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

1. Honora, m. Andrew Blake, of Furbough. 

2. Marcella, m. Malachy Daly, of Benmore. 

Mr. Burke's will bears date 12 Jan. 1735. His son and heir, 

WILLIAM BURKE, of Ballintober, co. Roscommon and Bally- 
dugan, co. Galway, m. Mabel, dau. of Malachy Donelan, of Bally 
Donelan, co. Galway, by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Power 
Daly, eldest son of the Right Hon. Denis Daly, of Carrownekelly, 
2nd J ustice of the Common Pleas, temp. JAMES II, and was father of 

MICHAEL BURKE, of Ballydugan, M.P. for Athenry, a Director 
of Inland Navigation and one of the Surveyors-General for Ireland, 
who served as High Sheriff of the co. of Galway 1786, and for the 
town of Galway 1796. He m. Sarah, only child of John Morgan, 
of Monksfield, co. Galway, by Sarah his wife, 3rd dau. of Francis 
Ormsby, of Willowbrook, co. Sligo, and by her (who d. n Oct. 
1813) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM MALACHY, of Ballydugan. 

2. John (Rev.), Vicar of Kilcolgan, co. Galway, Provost of Kilmac- 



duagh, and Prebendary of Kilconnell, m. Mary Anne, sister of 
Arthur Guinness, of Beaumont, near Dublin, and dying 1842, left, 

i. MICHAEL JOHN, of Canterbury, N.Z., Barrister-at-Law, d. 

1869, leaving issue. 2. Arthur, d. in Australia. 

3. William, Barrister-at-Law, m. 6 April, 1858, Anne, eldest 
dau. of the late Stephen W. Creaghe, and d. 12 July, 1908 
having had issue. 

4. Edward Frederick, of Gortmore, Dundrum, co. Dublin, m. 
Miss Nutting, of Clifton, and d. 2 Nov. 1887 (his widow m. 2ndly, 
10 April, 1889, Henry Wyatt, Commander P. and O. Service). 



5. John, m. Miss Watson, and has issue. 
i. Elizabeth. 



* A brother of this William Burke, entered the Neapolitan service 
and attained high military rank at Naples. 



2. Mabel Maria, wife of Thomas Trouton, 
3. Louisa. 

3. Michael, Collector of Excise, and formerly a Magistrate for 
co. Galway, d. itnm. 1846. 

4. Thomas, of Belvedere Place, Dublin, m. Louisa, relict of 
Thomas Burke, of Spring Garden, co. Galway, and dau. of Domi- 
nick Daly, by Johanna Karriet hs wife, sister of the ist Lord 
Wallscourt, and d.s.p. 

5. Henry (Rev.), m. Francis Juile, only dau. of Val. Blake, of 
Lehinch, co. Mayo, by Anna Maria his wife, dau. of the Hon. 
and Rev. Richard Henry Roper, son of Lord Teynham, and had 
Michael, George, and other issue. 

6. Denis, of Portlands, co. Galway, m. Maria, dau. of the late 
Major Graham, and left issue, 

Michael Charles Christopher, of Ballinahone House, co. Armagh, 
who d. 13 Dec. 1901, having m. Amy Mary (d. 24 July, 1898), 
dau. of Rev. Robert Jcrvois, by whom he left issue, 

(1) Denis Charles, Capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. Irish Fus., b. 13 June, 
1876 ; m. Merill, dau. of Peter Griffin, of Alta Villa, co. 
Limerick. 

(2) Robert Jervois, b. 28 Sept. 1879. 

(3) Charles James, Lieut. i8th Roy. Irish Regt., b. g March, 
1882 ; m. 28 April, 1909, Beatrice Osborn, 3rd dau. of 
W. Shakspeare, of 42 Prince's Gardens, S.W., and of Yateley, 
Glos. 

(1) Amy Mary, b. i May, 1877 ; m. Charles Arthur Maunsell, 
of Finnetterstown. 

(2) Charlotte Helen, 6. 19 July, 1878 ; m. Lieut. Alexander R. 
Palmer, R.N. 

(3) Olive Edith, b. 1883 ; d. unm. 10 May, 1886. 
Frances, m. Dominick Burke of Cahernagarry, co. Galway. 

1. Sarah, d. unm. 1852. 

2. Mabel, m. 1832, Rev. James Temple Nansel, M.A.,and has issue. 
Mr. Burke, who sold, under an Act of Parliament, the fee simple 
estate of Ballintober, d. 1838, and was s. by his eldest son, 

WILLIAM MALACHY BURKE, of Ballydugan, Barrister-at-Law, 
High Sheriff of co. Galway 1822, 6. 1784 ; m. Anna Maria, only 
dau. of John Blake, of Windfield, and by her (who d. 1847) left 
at his decease, Jan. 1853, 

1. MICHAEL, of Ballydugan. 

2. John William (Rev.), Chaplain to the Earl of Tankeryille, 
B.A. Cambridge ; b. 1817 ; m. 1881, Croa=della, younger dau. of 
Croasdaile Bowen-Miller, of Milford, co. Mayo, J.P. He d. 16 

3 /William Malachy, M.D., of St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, 
F.R.C.P.I., Registrar-General for Ireland, Physician to Stephen's 
Hospital ; m. 1852, Harriet Isabella, only dau. of the Rev. Hugh 
Hamilton, of Churchill, co. Fermanagh, by Elizabeth his wife, 
sister of the late Sir Thomas Staples, Bart., and d. leaving issue, 
three sons, 

1. William Henry Marsh, Capt. King's Own L.I. South York- 
shire Regt., b. g April, 1859 ; d. at Belfast. 

2. John Albert, b. 18 Feb. 1862. 

3. Edmund, b. 5 March, 1865. 

i . Grace Elizabeth Anna Maria, m. 1877, Andrew Jameson, B.A. 
Cambridge, 2nd son of the late Andrew Jameson, of Alloa, N.B 

4. Thomas James (Rev.), Rector of Babcary, Somerset, m. 1856, 
Miss Fraser, and d. 24 May. 1897, leaving issue, 

i. William Henry, B.A., M.B., B.Ch., D.P.H. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
Lieut.-Col. Indian Medical Service (ret.), b. 5 Nov. 1858 ; m. 
17 April, 1890, Edith Louisa, dau. of the late Thomas Trouton, 
of Clonskeagh, co. Dublin, and has issue, 

(1) Reginald Valentine, 2nd Lieut. Connaught Rangers, 
b. 14 Feb. 1891. 

(2) Rudolph Edmund Maurice. 

1. Mabel Mary. 

2. Henrietta Louisa, m. 15 Sept. 1880, Brabazon Newcomen 
Casement, 2nd son of John Casement, of Magherintemple, co. 
Antrim, J.P., and d. Nov. 1881. 

3. Emily Florence. 

5. Edmund, Barrister-at-Law, A.B., ex-Scholar and Classical 
Moderator, Trin. Coll. Dublin, and Professor of History in the 
Elphinstone Coll. Bombay, d. on his way home, 1864. 

1. Mary, d. unm. 1891. 2. Sarah, d. unm. 1878. 

3. Caroline Frances, d. 1817. 
The eldest son, 

REV. MICHAEL BURKE, A.M., of Ballydugan, co. Galway, formerly 
Incumbent of Castle Archdall, co. Fermanagh, m. 1848, Isabella, 
dau. of James Clarke, Capt. I2th Lancers, and niece of Mrs. Archdall, 
of Castle Archdall, and d. 29 Jan. 1886, leaving issue, 

1. William Malachy James, b. 14 March, 1851 ; d. 1864. 

2. MICHAEL HENRY, now of Ballydugan. 

3. John Hawley, Capt. West Yorkshire Regt., b. 28 June, 1854 ; 
m. 17 Feb. 1885, Mary Alice, eldest dau. of Col Henry Vansittart 
Riddell Divisional Judge, Lahore, and d. in India, 24 Oct. 1007, 
having had by her (whom. 2ndly, John Burke), with other issue, 

Noel Michael, b. n Dec. 1885. 

4. Thomas Edmund, Capt. King's Own Royal Lancashire Regt.. 
b. 24 Aug. 1856. 

5. George Selwyn, b. g July, 1858. 



Burke. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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1. Eliza Martha. 

2. Isabella Mary, m. to Edward Cripps Villiers, J.P., of Beech 
Hill, co. Galway. 

Seat Ballydugan, near Lughrea. 



TJRKE OF OWER (now TEELING). 
MARGARET MARY, MRS. LUKE TEELING, of Ower, 
co. Galway, only child of the late WILLIAM JOSEPH 
BURKE, of Ower, s. her father 1895; m - 8 Sept. 
1898, LUKE ALEXANDER TEELING, Accountant- 
General of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Ireland, 
J.P., cos. Galway and Mayo, and has issue, 

LUKE WILLIAM BURKE, b. 5 Feb. 1903. 
Mr. Teeling is the son of Charles George Teeling 
and the grandson of Charles Hamilton Teeling. who 
was the son of Luke Teeling, who took a prominent 
part in the political movements in Ireland in the 
1 8th century. 

Lineage. SIR REDMOND DE BURGH, 2nd son of ULICK DE 
BURGH, and younger brother of RICKARD OGE, MacWilliam Oughler, 
Chief of all the Burkes, ancestor of the Marquess of Clanricarde 
(see BURKE' s Peerage), had issue, a son, 

JOHN BUY (The Yellow), of Castle Hacket, co. Galway, founded the 
powerful sept of John Buy McRedmond. His son, 

MILES DE BURGH (or BURKE), of Castle Hacket, living there about 
1480, left a son, 

REDMOND DE BURGH, of Castle Hacket, who left issue, a son, 

ULICK BURKE, of Castle Hacket, and Cahirmorris, and a great 
estate adjoining, d. 1571, as appears from an inquisition taken in 
Galway, 1586. His eldest son, 

JOHN BURKE, of Castle Hacket, m. Margaret, dau. of Thady Kelly, 
of Mullaghmore, a descendant of the ancient Princes of Hymaine, and 
by her left a son, 

ULICK BURKE, of Castle Hacket, m. Honora Bourkp, dau. of 
Viscount Mayo, and grand-dau. of the celebrated Grana Uaile 
(Queen of the Owles), and had issue, JOHN, his heir; Catherine, 
m, Andrew Browne, of Brownestown ; Isabella, m. The O Conor Don. 
Ulick Burke, after the massacre of Shruel, in which many Protes- 
tants were slain, harboured the Protestant Bishop of Killala and 
others, as appears by a letter from the Bishop to the Marquess of 
Clanricarde, dated from Castle Hacket. Ulick and his son are men- 
tioned in Lord Clanricarde's memoirs as persons whose adhesion was 
important for the pacification of the county. The property of 
Castle Hacket was created by JAMES I. in 1619, the manor of Castle 
Hacket in favour of Ulick. The son and heir, 

JOHN BURKE, of Castle Hacket, forfeited, during the confiscations, 
the greater portion of his estates, retaining, however, Ower, part of 
the ancient property. He m. Mary Bermingham, dau. of the i7th 
Lord Athenry, Premier Baron of Ireland, by whom he left at his 
death, 1684 or 1685, 

1. ULICK, of whom presently. 

2. Francis, m. Margaret, dau. of Darby Daly, of Killimore. 

3. Thomas, m. Mary, dau. of Edward Hearne, of Hearnesbrook. 
The son and successor, 

ULICK BURKE, of Ower, m. Catherine, dau. of Stephen Lynch, 
of Doughiskea (descended from James Lynch FitzStephen, the 
Mayor of Galway 1493), by Ellinor, dau. of Sir John Browne, Bart., 
of The Neale, ancestor of Lord Kilmaine. By her he left at his death 
in 1716, 

1. John, d.s.p., a Capt. in Gen. Dillon's Regt. in France. 

2. MYLES, of whom presently. 

8. Dominick, whose son, Myles, m. Catherine, dau. of Sir Walter 
Blake, Bart., of Menlo, and left issue, 

1. Myles, m. Catherine, grand-dau. of Dominick Blake, of 
Castle Grove, by his wife, dau. of Sir Joseph Hoare, Bart., and 
left issue (i) Myles ; (2) Walter ; (3) William; and (i) Eliza, 
m. Charles, son of Charles Peshall. 

2. Stephen, m. Julia, sister of the foregoing Catherine, and had 
issue, (i) Myles; (2) J oseph ; (3) Walter ; (4) Stephen ; (i) Eliza ; 
(2) Catherine; (3) Elly. 

i. Maria, m. Martin Kirwan, of Hillsbrook, co. Galway. 
The 2nd son, * 

MYLES BURKE, of Ower, who s. his father, m. Mary, dau. of 
Stephen Lynch Fitz-Thomas, of Tubberoe, and niece of Sir Dominick 
Browne, and by her left issue, 

1. John, a Franciscan friar. 

2. Stephen, of Ower, m. Marcella, dau. of James Martin, of Ross 
and left issue, 

Barbara, m. 1785, Mark Lynch, by whom she had, Patrick 
Marcus Lynch, of Duras, and Renmore, co. Galway (see that 
family). 

3. Domimck, d.s.p. 4. Francis, d.s.p. 
5. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

1. Jane, m. Henry Jordan, of Rosslevin. 

2. Barbara, m. 10 April, 1751, Sir Walter Blake, roth Bart., of 
Menlo Castle, and had issue (see BURKE' s Peerage) 

The 5 th son, 

WILLIAM BURKE, of Ower, s. his brother, and m. 1775, Teresa 
Kirwan, of Hillsbrook, co. Galway, by whom (who d. 1791) he left 
a* his death in 1801, 

1. John, of Ower J.P. co. Galway, an officer of the 7gth and 38th 
Regts., served in the Peninsular War ; m. Maria, eldest dau of 
Oliver Martyn, M.D., of Galway, and d.s.p. 3 Oct. 1849. 

2. JOSEPH, of whom presently. 



3. Francis, the mathematician, m. Catherine, dau. of Ulick 
Jenings, of Ironpool (see thai family), and left issue by her, 

1. William (Rev.), in the Church of Rome. 

2. Ulick. 3. John, 
i. Bessy. 2. Teresa. 

5. wSiS } both rf. without issue. 

1. Mary, m. James Garvey, of Tully, co. Mayo. She m. 2ndly, 
Major Allen, and left issue. 

2. Julia, m. Francis Leigh, Surgeon in the 60 th Rifles, and left 
issue. 

3. Barbara, m. Bartholomew St. Leger, of Ballyheragh, co. Mayo, 
and had issue. 

4. Bridget, a nun. 
The 2nd son, 

JOSEPH BURKE, of Ower, J.P., b. 8 July, 1781 ; m. 9 April, 1823, 
Margaret, 3rd dau. of Oliver Martyn, M.D., of Galway, of the 
family of the MARTYNS of Tillyra, and by her (who d. 1872) had 
issue, 

1. WILLIAM JOSEPH, late of Ower. 

2. Oliver, Barrister-at-Law, Knight of the Order of St. Gregory 
the Great, author of many works ; d. 1889. 

3. John, M.D., of Manila ; b. 30 Nov. 1832 ; m. 6 Feb. 1869, 
Victoria, only dau. and heir of Benjamin Butler, of Manila, and 
d. 20 Sept. 1886, leaving issue, 

1. Joseph Butler, b. 8 Dec. 1869 ; d. 10 Sept. 1911. 

2. John Benjamin Butler, M.A., Fellow cf Owens Coll. Man- 
chester, author of various scientific papers, educated at Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, and Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 4 Nov. 1871. 

3. William Joseph Butler, of Manila, M.D. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
b. 17 Feb. 1873. 

i. Mary, m. Fernand O. Desbarats, of Bordeaux, and has 
issue, Victoria Charlotte. 

4. Richard, M.D., Knight of the Order of Isabella the Catholic, 
d.s.p. 28 Sept. 1883. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Thomas O'Conor Donelan, J.P., of Sylan, and 
by him (who d. 1874) has issue (see that family). 

2. Teresa, d. unm. 

3. Maria, d. unm. 18 Sept. 1896. 

Mr. Burke s. his brother, 3 Oct. 1849 ; and d. 14 May, 1861, and was 
s. by his eldest son, 

WILLIAM JOSEPH BURKE, of Ower, co. Galway, J.P., Barrister- 
at-Law, b. i May, 1825 >' m - J June, 1858, Barbara Ellen, dau. of 
Thomas Blake Turner, of St. John's Abbey, co. Galway. She d. 26 
Feb. 1891. He d. 2 Sept. 1895, having had issue, a dau., 

MARGARET MARY, now of Ower. 

Arms (of BURKE) Or, a cross gu. in the dexter canton a lion 
rampant sa. Crest A chained cat sejant guardant ppr. Motto 
Ung roy, ung foy, ung loy. Arms (of TEELING) Or, two pallets 
dancettee gu. Crest A fleur-de-lys per pale dancettee or and 
gu. Motto Sola virtus invicta. 

Seat Ower, near Headford. co. Galway. Residence Bartra, 
Eglinton Road, Dublin. 



BURKE (now MAXWELL) OF ISSERCLERAN. 

ANNE CELESTINE BURKE, of Issercleran, co. 
Galway, m. ist, 4 Nov. 1856, Major Frances Horatio 
de Vere, R.E. (who d. 22 Aug. 1865), youngest 
son of Sir Aubrey de Vere, 2nd bart. of Curragh 
Chase, co. Limerick, and had three daus., 

1. Mary, m. ist, 1879, Major William Utting Cole, 3rd Dragoon 
Guards, eldest son of W. H. Cole, of We?twoodhay House, co. 
Berks. He d. 1892. She m. andly, 19 April, 1894, Major Herbert 
William Studd, D.S.O., Coldstream Guards, and has issue. 

2. Eleanor Hester, m. 9 July, 1885, Sir Frederick William Shaw, 
Bart, D.S.O., of Bushey Park, and has issue (see BURKE'S 
Peerage and Baronetage). 

3. Margaret, m. ist, 1886, Francis F. Joyce, who d. May, 1899, 
leaving issue. She m. 2ndly, Oct. 1909, Major Cyril Prescott 
Decie, R.A. 

Mrs. de Vere m. 2ndly, 20 Feb. 1873, Rev. Charleton 
Maxwell (who d. July, 1895), J.P., formerly Rector 
of Leckpatrick, co. Tyrone. 

Lineage. JOHN BURKE, of Issercleran co. Galway, m. Jane, 
dau. of Michael Burke, of Cloughanover, a descendant of 
the Burkes of Castle Hacket, and had,witb a dau., Ellen, wife of John 
Dolphin, of Turoe, a son and successor, 

JAMES BURKE, of Issercleran, m. Penelope, dau. of Robert Hardi- 
man, of Loughrea, and had, with a dau., who m. Browne, of 
Gloves, co. Galway, a son, 

JOHN HARDIMAN BURKE, of Issercleran, m. 1783 or 1784, Elizabeth, 
cau. of Andrew Armstrong, of Clara House, King's Co., by whom he 
lud issue, 

1. JAMES HARDIMAN, his heir. 

2. Robert, dec. 3. John. 

1. Penelope, m. John Kirwan, of Castle Hacket, co. Galway. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Christopher John Blake, of W infield, co. Galway. 
Mr. Burke took the name of HARDIMAN in addition to that of 
BURKE, pursuant to the will of his maternal uncle, Robert Hardiman, 
whose estates and property he inherited upon that gentleman's 
death, 1800. He d. Dec. 1808, and was s. by his son, 

JAMES HARDIMAN BURKE, of Issercleran, sometime an officer 7th 
Fus., b. 1788 ; m. Oct. 1817, Anne, dau. of Robert O'Hara, of Raheen, 
co. Galway, and by her (who d. 1844) had issue. 



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Burrowes. 



1. JOHN, late of Issercleran. 

2. Robert O'Hara, b. 1821 ; an Officer in the Austrian Service, and 
distinguished for his command of the expedition across Australia, 
in the course of which he perished, 1861. 

3. James Thomas, b. 1828 ; an Officer R.E., fell gallantly in 
Turkey, 1854. 

1. Fanny Maria, m. John Blakeny, of Abbert, co. Galway. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 1846, Lieut-Col. W. C. Menzies, R.E. 

3. HESTER ALBINIA, of Issercleran, d. 1866. 

4. ANNE CELESTINE, now of Issercleran. 

Mr. Burke, who served the Office of Sheriff, d. g Jan. 1854, and was 
. by his eldest son, 

JOHN HARDIMAN BURKE, of St. Clerans, Lieut.-Col. 3rd Buffs, 
and previously Capt. 88th Connaught Rangers and A.D.C. to Sir 
John Burgoyne, during the Crimean War ; he d. 7 Aug. 1863, and 
was s. by his sister, HESTER ALBINIA, who d. 1866, and was s. by her 
sister, ANNE CELESTINE, now of St. Clerans. 

Seat Issercleran, Craughwell. 



BURKE OF SPRINGFIELD. 

IVAN SHTJLDHAM BURKE, of Springfield, Dalkey, 

co. Dublin, 6. 5. his grandfather 23 March, 1908 ; 

m. 12 Jan. 1909, Aimee Muriel, dau. of Rev. Canon 

MacLulich. 

Lineage. MARTIN BURKE, of Springfield, co. Tipperary (who 

d. 1863), left issue by Anne, his wife, dau. of late Edmond Burke, of 

Roscrea, an eldest son, 

JAMES MILO BURKE, of Springfield, Dalkey, co. Dublin, J.P., 

D.L., B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1814; m. ist, 

1844, Eliza, dau. of C. Eiffe. She d. 1865, leaving issue, 
Martin John, Q.C., B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 1848 ; m. 1883, 
Elizabeth, only dau. of Capt. William Barron Stanton, gist Regt., 
and d.v.p. 1893, leaving issue by her (who m. andly, Joseph 
Wallace Boyce, M.D., and d. 1903), with one dau., a son, 
IVAN SHULDHAM, now of Springfield. 

He m. 2ndly, Kate (d. 1894), dau. of James Ferguson, and^ 23 March, 

1908, being s. by his grandson. 
Residence Springfield, Dalkey, co. Dublin. 



BURKE. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BURKE, Bart. 



BURROWES OF STRADONE HOUSE. 

THOMAS JAMES 
BURROWES, of Stra- 
done House, co. Cavan, 
J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1902,6. 13 May, 
1880 ; s. his father, 
1893. 

Lineage. This family 
was established in Ireland 
by ROBERT BOROWES, who 
settled at Dumlane, co. 
Cavan, on the settlement of 
Ulster by King JAMES I. His 
eldest son and heir, THOMAS 
BOROWES, became possessed 
of Stradone, of which estate 
he also received a patent of 
confirmation from King 
CHARLES I, 1638. 

THOMAS BURROWES, of 
Stradone House, High Sheriff 
co. Cavan 1743, m. Jane, 
dau. of Thomas Nesbitt, of 
Lismore House, co. Cavan, 
and had issue, 

1. ROBERT, of Stradone. 

2. Thomas, of Dangan Castle, co. Meath, Col. H.E.I.C.S., m. 
ist, Miss Greenland, and had a son, 

1. Arnold Robinson, Major Scots Fusilier Guards, who served 
through the Peninsular War as A.D.C. to Field-Marshal Viscount 
Beresford, m. Harriet, dau. of Richard Beresford, of Fenny 
Bentley, co. Derby, and had issue, several sons and daus. 

Col. Thomas Burrowes m. andly, Hon. Frances Beresford, 4th dau. 
of William, ist Lord Decies, Archbishop of Tuam, and had issue, 

2. William Nesbitt, Lieut.-Col. i7th Lancers, m. Susanna 
Henrietta Bermingham, dau. of Thomas Bermingham Daly 
Henry Sewell, and had issue, 

(i) Augustus, dec. (2) W. Arnold, dec. 

(3) Henry Adrian, of Dangan Castle, co. Meath, b. 12 Feb. 
1837 ; d. 27 Jan. 1886, having in. ist, 1870, Rose, dau. of 
Aylmer Porter, by whom he had issue, 




la. Henry Adrian. 
2a. Robert Ayhner. 

la. Edith Aylmer, m. 7 July, 1904, Stuart Palmer. 
2. Grace Mary, who m. 25 March, 1903, Capt. Edward 
Charles Massy, R.A. 

He m. 2ndly, 6 April, 1880, Rose (16, Boulevards Douville, 
St. Servan, I lie et Vilaine, France), dau. of Major F. P. 
Drury, by whom he had further issue, 
3. Patrick William, b. 16 Jan. 1881, Lieut. 25th Cavalry 
Frontier Force. 

\a. Arnold Francis, Lieut. R.N., b. 27 Aug. 1882. 
i. Elizabeth, m. the Baron de Cetto, Bavarian Minister to the 
Court of St. James. 
3. Arnold (Rev.), d. unnt. 4. Cosby, d. unm. in India. 

1. Margery, d. unm. 

2. Anne, m. the Rev. William Wade, Rector of Dromore, co. 
Tyrone. 

3. Martha, d. unm. 

4. Jane, m. James Purefoy, of Woodfield, co. Galway. 
The eldest son, 

ROBERT BURROWES, of Stradone House, High Sheriff co. Cavan 
1773, m. Sophia, dau. of the Ven. Joseph Story, Archdeacon of Kil- 
more, and by her had (with four daus., Jane. m. Samuel Moore, 
of Moyne Hall, co. Cavan ; and Sophia, m'. Brabazon Noble ; Anne, 
m. Hon. and Very Rev. George Gore, Dean of Kilala ; Frances, 
d. unm. ), a son and heir, 

THOMAS BURROWES, of Stradone House, Higu Sheriff co. Cavan 
1803, Major in the Army, m. 1807, Susan, dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Seward, of Badsey, co. Worcester, and had issue, 

1. ROBERT, of Stradone. 

2. James Edward, b. Nov. 1820 ; m. 1854, Mary Anne, and dau. 
of John Nesbitt, of Lismore, co. Cavan, and d. leaving a son, 

THOMAS COSBY, of Lismore, co. Cavan (see BURROWES of 
Lismore). 

3. Henry, d. young. 

1. Honora Seward, m. 1835, the Hon. Thomas Leslie. 
Mr. Burrowes d. April, 1836, and was s. by his eldest son, 

ROBERT BURROWES, of Stradone House, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1838, and M.P. for Cavan 1855 to 1857, b. 19 March, 1810 ; 
m. 16 Oct. 1838, Anne Frances, only dau. of John Garden, of Barnane, 
co. Tipperary, and by her (who d. 1902) had issue. 

1. Thomas, b. 17 July, 1839 ; d. an infant. 

2. ROBERT JAMES, his heir. 

3. Arnold Henry, b. 22 Oct. 1846 ; d. 1848. 

1. Frances Susan, m. 2 Dec. 1869, Sir John Olpherts, C V.O., 
D.L., of Ballyconnell, and has issue. 

2. Honora, d. Feb. 1856. 

3. Mary Anne Cecilia, d. Sept. 1854. 

Mr. Burrowes -d. 30 Nov. 1881. His only surviving son, 

ROBERT JAMES BURROWES, of Stradone House, co. Cavan, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1883, b. 9 Sept. 1844, formerly Capt. ist 
Dragoon Guards ; m. i June, 1876, Ella (44, Thurloe Square, S.W.), 
dau. of Commodore Magruder, U.S. Navy, and niece of Major- 
Gen. J. B. Magruder, and d. 18 Dec. 1893, leaving issue, 

1. THOMAS JAMES, now of Stradone. 

2. Robert Philip, Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. 10 March, 188.1. 

1. Helena Mary, b. 6 June, 1877 ; d. 2 Oct. 1878. 

2. Kathleen Fanny, b. 8 Oct. 1880 ; m. 12 Feb. 1907, Thomas 
George Wills-Sandford, of Willsgrove, co. Roscommon, and has 
issue (see that family). 

Arms Or on a cross gu. five mullets arg. in each chief quarter 
a lion passant sa., ducally crowned and langued of the second. 
Crest A lion sejant guardant sa., ducally crowned or, langued gu. 
Motto Non vi sed virtute. 

Seat Stradone House, Cavan. Residence 22. Lowndes Street, 
S.W. Club Bachelors'. 



BURROWES OF LISMORE. 

THOMAS COSBY BURROWES, of Lismore, co. Cavan, 
J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1888, b. 1856 ; 5. his uncle 
Alexander Nesbitt, of Lismore, 1886; m. is April, 
1885, the Hon. Anna Frances Maxwell, younger 
dau. of Hon. Richard Thomas Maxwell, of Portland, 
co. Cavan, and sister of Somerset, loth Lord Farn- 
ham (see BURKE'S Peerage), and has issue, 

1. Eleanor Mary Cosby. 2. Rosamund Charlotte Cosby. 

Lineage. ANDREW NESBITT, of Brenter (presumed to be son 
of Thomas Nesbitt, of Newbottle, and grandson of George Nesbitt, 
who d. 1590), assignee from the Earl of Annandale, of the estates of 
Brenter and Malmusock, co. Donegal, was father of 

ANDREW NESBITT, who served in the army of CHARLES I. m 
Ireland, m. Anne Lindsay, and d. 1692, leaving four sons, 

1. THOMAS, of whom hereafter. 

2 Albert, an eminent merchant in London, sat in Parliament for 

the boroughs of Huntingdon and St. Michael ; m. 24 Nov. 

1729, Elizabeth, dau. of John Gould, and d. 1753, leaving a dau., 
Rachael, who m. Richard Bard Harcourt, of Pendley, Herts, 
and carried into the Harcourt family the estates ot Brentner and 
Melmusock, which estates Thomas Nesbitt, after his settlement 
in Cavan, sold to his said brother Albert. 

3. Robert, m. Margaret, younger dau. of Arnold Cosby. 

4. Alexander, m. the dau. of John Gould, and d. 1743. 

THOMAS NESBITT, of Grangemore, co. Westmeath, High Sheriff 



Burtchaell. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



1720, and M.P. for borough of Cavan '1715-50, m. ist, 1701, Susan 
Lyons, by whom he had one son, 

1. Charles Robert, who d. unm. 

Hem. 2ndly, 1713, Jane, dan. and heir of Arnold Cosby, of Lismore, 
co. Cavan (son of William Cosby, grandson of Arnold Cosby, great- 
grandson of Alexander Cosby and Dorcas Sidney, his wife). By 
this marriage, Thomas Nesbitt came into possession of Lismore 
and other estates in Cavan. He d. 1750, having by her had issue 
(with seven dau.) three sons, 

2. COSBY, of whom presently. 

3. William, m. Mary Blackwood. 

4. Arnold, a merchant in London, m. Miss Thrale, sister of Henry 
Thrale "of Streatham. He represented Cricklade, and afterwards 
Winchelsea, in Parliament, and d.s.p. 1765. 

The 2nd son, 

COSBY NESBITT, of Lismore, M.P. for Cavan 1750-67, High Sheriff 
1764, b. 1718 ; s. to the Cavan estates on the death of his father ; m. 
(setts, dated 17 Sept. 1743) Anne. dau. of John Enery, of Bawnboy, 
by Frances, sister of George Nixon, of Nixon Hal', co. Fermanagh 
(see BURKE'S Family Records). His will, dated 28 Nov. 1777, was 
proved 27 July, 1791. He had issue, 

1. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

2. John, merchant in London, M.P. for Winchelsea, d. unm. 

3. Cosby. 

4. Albert (Rev.), D.D.. Chaplain to the Prince Regent, Vicar of 
Denn, J.P., co. Cavan, d. unm. 30 Jan. 1822. 

1. Mary. 

2. Frances, w. William Moore, of Tullyvin, co. Cavan, and d. 
27 March, 1833. 

3. lane, m. James Young, of Lahard, co. Cavan. 
MjVTVesbitt was s. by his eldest son, 

' THOMAS NESBITT, of Lismore, Col. in the Army, M.P. for Cavan, 
1768-99, High Sheriff 1769, m. Feb. 1768, Louisa, youngest dau. and 
co-heir of John Daniel De Gennes, of Portarlington, Col. in the 
Biitish Service, and left issue, 

1. COSBY, his heir. 2. JOHN,S. his brother. 

3. Thomas, who left by Anne his wife, two sons and a dau., 

1. John Albert, of Fort Hill, co. Cavan, J.P., b. 1811 ; d. 31 
Dec. 1886. 

2. Thomas. 

i. Louisa, m. Major Moore, of The Rocks, Crossdoney. 
Eol. Nesbitt d. 1820, and was s. by his eldest son, 

COSBY NESBITT, of Lismore, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1798, 
Major Cavan Militia, b. 20 Nov. 1769 ; m. Elizabeth Hancox, but 
d 'i.p. 19 July, 1837, when the estates devolved upon his brother, 

JOHN NESBITT, of Lismore House, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1840, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Tatam, of Moulton, co. Lincoln, 
and d. i Jan. 1853, leaving issue, 

1. COSBY THOMAS, of Lismore House, J.P., D.L., M.A. Oxon., 
d. unm. 30 April, 1856. 

2. ALEXANDER, of Lismore. 

1. Frances. 2. MARY ANNE, s. her brother. 

The 2nd son, 

ALEXANDER NESBITT, of Lismore House, co. Cavan, and Old 
Lands, co. Sussex, D.L., High Sheriff co. Cavan 1862, b. 1817. 
s. his brother 1855 ; m. 1855, Cecilia, dau. of Frederick Franks, 
Capt. R,N. She d. 6 Nov. 1900. He d.s.p. 21 June, 1886, when he 
was s. by his sister, 

MARY ANNE, m. 4 July, 1854, James Edward Burrowes, 2nd son of 
Thomas Burrowes, of Stradone (see that family), and d. 12 March, 
1887, leaving issue, 

THOMAS COSBY BURROWES, now of Lismore. 

Arms See BURROWES of Stradone. 

Seat Lismore House, Crossdoney, co. Cavan. 



BURTCHAELL OF 

SARAH CAROLINE 
MARGARET BURT- 
CHAELL, of Brandon- 
dale, co. Kilkenny, 
youngest dau. of 
William Russ'ell 
Farmar, of Bloomfield, 
co. Wexfcrd, by his 
2nd wife Henrietta, 
2nd dau. of Harry 
Alcock, of Wilton 
Castle, co. Wexford 
(see those families) ; 
m. 23 April, 1878, 
Richard Rothe Burt- 
chaell, of Brandondale, 
J.P. cos. Kilkenny and 
Carlow, who d.s.p. 23 
Dec. 1903. 

Lineage. MICHAEL BURTCHAELL 
Wicklow, b. circa. 1648 ; d. 4 Oct. 1732 
his ist wife he had. 



BRANDONDALE. 




of Burgagemore, co. 
He m. three times. By 



1. Peter, of Kilteel, co. Kildare, d. March, 1744 ; m. ist 1714, 
Faithful, dau. and co-heiress of Griffith Allen, of Kilteel ; m. andly, 
Sarah, dau. of John Wilson, of Crookstown, co. Meath, and left 
issue . 

He m. andly, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Keyes, and by her, who d. 
May, 1699, had two sons and a dau., 

2. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

3. John, bapt. 27 March, 1696. 

1. Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Mary's, Blcssinton, 14 July, 1698. 

He m. 3rdly 17 Sept. 1699, Patience, dau. of Morgan, and had 
with other issue, 

4. George, of Burgage, bapt. 4 July, 1702 ; m. (lie 5 May), 1731, 
Mary, dau. of Burtonwood, and left issue. 

5. David, of Brownstown, co. Kildare, b. 1707 ; d. 18 Sept., 1783 ; 
m. Jane, dau. of William Senior, of Drumnagh, co. Dublin, and 
had a son and two daus., 

David, of Brownstown, Lieut. Naas Independent Light 
Dragoons, b. 1749 ; d. 2 Dec. 1834 > m - July. I77*. Mary, dau. 
of Richard Senior, of Aughasan, Queen's Co., and had issue. 
Mary m. John Leedom. 

Sarah, m. Dec. 1756, David Bomford, of Callow, 'co. Meath (see 
that family) . 

2. Sinai, bapt. 10 Nov. 1701 ; m. John Harper. 
The 2nd son, 

THOMAS BURTCHAELL, of Moneen, and Lacken, co. Kilkenny, 
\ b. 1690 ; d. 21 Dec. 1769 : m. ist 1718, Anne, 2nd dau. of William 
! Mainwaring, of Moneen, co. Kilkenny (which he purchased from 
I the Trustees of Forfeited Estates i8th June, 1703), and sister 
i and co-heir of Gayton Mainwaring, of Moneen, and had, with a 
I dau. Elizabeth, three sons, 

1. William, of Kilcaran, co. Kilkenny, d. Feb. 1786, having had 
a son Thomas, who d.v.p. leaving a dau. Anne. 

2. Michael, d.s.p. 3. John, d.s.p. 

He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Kehoe, and had two sons, 

4. Thomas, d.s.p. 5. Edward, Purser R.N. 

He m. 3rd!y, 1743, Anne (b. 1711 ; d. 22 Sept. 1785), dau. of Francis 
Lee, of Wells, co. Carlow, and had two sons and two daus. 

6. PETER, of whom presently. 

7. David, of Lacken, b. 1745 ; d. 25 Sept. 1833 ; m. ist. Feb. 1781, 
Anne, dau. of Robert Johnston, of Curraghboy, co. Kilkenny, 
and 2ndly (lie. 18 Jan.), 1798, Catherine (d. 13 Aug. 1849), dau. of 
White, and left issue by both. 

1. Catherine, m. Edward Bassett. 

2. A.nne ; m. William Johnston. 
The 6th son, 

PETER BURTCHAELL, of Coolroe, co. Kilkenny, b. 1744 ; d. 19 April, 
1815, Sovereign of Thomastown and Portreeve of Go vran ; m. ist 
(lie. 14 Feb.) 1784, Catherine, dau. of John Rothe, of Kilcullen, co. 
Kilkenny (see ROTHE late of Mount Rothe). She, who was b. 1758, 
d. 5 Apr 1, 1789, leaving issue, 

1. Thomas, b. 25 Dec., 1784 ; d. unm. 28 April, 1813. 

2. DAVID, his heir. 

1. Mary, b. 9 June, 1786 ; d. 1813 ; m. Nov. 1807, Richard 
Divine of Ullard, co. Kilkenny. 

He m. 2ndly, 28 Aug. 1791, Dorcas, dau. of Patrick Divine, of 
Graignamanagh, and had issue, with others that d. young, 

3. Patrick, b. 4 Aug. 1,793 ; d. 18 Sept. 1845 ; m. 12 May, 1816, 
Augusta (d. 18 June, 1867), dau. of James Byrn, of Park, co. 
Carlow, by Catherine his wife, eldest dau. of Nicholas Mont- 
gomery Archdall, M.P. of Castle Archdall, co. Ferman gh, and left 
issue. 

4. Richard, b. 13 Marc^, 1796 ; d. 22 April, 1882 ; m. ist, 27 July, 
1824, Anne, dau. of Christopher Daly, of Derry, co. Galway, and 
left issue by her, who d. 7 Feb. 1869. He m. 2ndly, i Feb. 1872, 
Lucy, dau. of Henry ilkington, of Park Lane House, Yorkshire 
(see BURKE'S Landed > entry, 3rd edition), s.p. 

5. George, b. 22 Dec. . 798 ; d. Dec. 1857, Mid. R.N., Chief Officer 
of Coast Guards ; m. 1831, Anne, dau. of Dowling Wall, of 
Leighlinbridge, co. Carlow, and left issue by her, who d. 20 Jan. 
1885. 

6. Edward, b. 25 Oct. 1802 ; d. in America ; m. 6 Oct. 1825, 
Sarah, dau. of Thomas Tunsted, of Old Leighlin, and left issue. 

7. William, b. 14 Nov. 1803 ; d. 15 July, 1876 ; m. 3 Nov. 1824, 
Catherine, dau. of Christopher Daly, of Derry, co. Galway, and 
had with other issue, 

William Daly, b. 24 May, 1834, of Norcross, Georgia ; m. 
17 Feb. 1859, Maria Mackay, dau. of John Lee Williams, and 
by her, who d. 24 Feb. 1897, had two sons and three daus., 

(1) George Sarsfield, b. 19 April, 1861 ; m. 1886, George 
Virginia Blount, and has issue, 

1. John Blount, b. 2 June, 1892. 

2. Georpe Daly, b. Oct. 1894. 

3. Joseph Grey, b. 26 Sept. 1898. 

4. William Daves, b. Sept. 1908. 

1. Louise, m. Oct. 1906, Charles Wilson. 

2. Nina Floy. 

(2) William Lee, b. 22 April, 1863 ; m. 1894, Dora Ambrose, 
(i) Mary Daly. (2) Martha Agnes. 

(3) Louisa Brandon, m. Jan. 1891, Reps Hardaway Jones. 

8. Samuel, b. i April, 1812 ; d. unm. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 30 June, 1792 ; d. Jan. 1862 ; m. 9 Aug. 1812, 
Nicholas Byrn, of Carlow. 

3. Rebecca, b. 2 Nov. 1794 ; d. 3 Jan. 1880 ; m. 29 Oct. 1822, 
Abraham Prim Cronyn. 

4. Dorcas, b. 9 Jan. 1807 ; m. 12 Dec. 1825, Francis Flood. 

5. Frances, b. 9 Dec. 1810 : d. 2 March, 1873, unm. 
The 2nd son, 

DAVID BURTCHAELL, of Brandondale, co. Kilkenny, b. n Jan. 
1788 ; d. 7 July, 1865 ; J.P. cos. Kilkenny and Carlow, Sovereign 
of Thomastown and Portreeve of Gowran. On the death of his 
uncle, Richard Rothe, of Kilcullen, co. Kilkenny ,s.p., he became 




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Burton. 



the representative of that family. He m. 12 Dec. 1815, Jane, dau. 
of Gilmore Dames, of Dublin, and by her, who was b. 20 Jan. 1790, 
and d. 14 Jan. 1862, had issue, with a son who d. an infant, 

1. Henry, of Coolroe, b. 5 Dec. 1816 ; d. 29 March, 1890 ; m. ist, 
25 Feb. '1842, Hannah, dau. of Rev. Edward Hunt, of Jerpoint, 
co. Kilkenny, and had no issue by her who d. 10 March, 1843. 
He m. 2ndly, 17 Sept. 1857, Emily, dau. of Joseph O'Brien, and 
had with other issue, 

David, of Coolroe, b. 7 Sept. 1858 ; d. 19 Jan. 1907 ; m. 8 Sept. 
1888, Jennie, dau. of John Jackson, of Talavera House, Temple- 
more, co. Tipperary, and left issue, 

David Henry Rothe, b. 10 Aug. 1890. 

Dorothy Eleanor. Kathleen Muriel Brandon. 

2. Peter b. 31 Oct. 1820 ; d. 21 June, 1894, C.E., Co. Surveyor of 
Carlow 1851-60, and of Kilkenny 1860-94 ; m. 3 Aug. 1852, 
Maria Isabella, eldest dau. of Lundy Edward Foot, 14, Upper 
Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin (see FOOT, late of the Rower), and had 
by her, who d. 12 March, 1898, three sons and three daus., 

1. George Dames, b. 12 June, 1853, M.A., LL.B. (Dub.), 
Barrister, King's Inns 1879, Athlone Pursuivant and Registrar 
of the Office of Arms, Ireland, 1908, Deputy Ulster King of 
Arms Nov. 1910 to Feb. 1911. 

2. David Edward, b. 9 Feb. 1859 ; d. 27 July, 1910, B.A.I. 
(Dub.) ; m. 23 Dec. 1904, Caroline Harriet Crosby, dau. of 
Thomas Boyd, of Chilcomb Lodge, co. Kilkenny, Clerk of the 
Crown and Peace, co. Tipperary ; s.p. 

3. Charles Henry, b. 30 Aug. 1866, M.B., &c. (Dub.), Lieut.-Col. 
R.A. Medical Corps, Assistant Director General R.A. Medical 
Service, 1910 ; m. 6 June, 1903, Bertha Marcella, dau. of John 
George Auret, of Johannesburg, and has issue, 

(i) Bertha Vivien. (2) Mary Frances, 

i. Lelias Jane, d. 4 Sept. 1901, unm. 2. Mary Isabella. 

3. Elizabeth Emily. 

3. George Dames, b. July, 1822 ; lost in the wreck of the 
" Solway," 7 April, 1843, Lieut. R. Engineers. 

4. Gilmore, b. 17 Jan. 1829 ; d. 15 May, 1852 ; Lieut. R. Artillery. 

5. Somerset Brafeild (Rev.), b. 30 Sept. 1832 ; d. 6 June, 1878, 
M.A. (Dub.) ; m. 20 Nov. 1866, Katherine Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of 
William Russell Farmar, of Bloomfield, co. Wexford (see that 
family), and left issue, 

1. Mary Elizabeth Constance, m. 21 May, 1898, William Knox 
Johnson, M.A. (Oxon), Professor of Literature R. College, 
Benares. He d. 19 June, 1906, s.p. 

2. Kathleen Jane, m. 21 Nov. 1910, James Laurence Mercer 
Tod-Mercer (see TOD-MERCER of Scolsbank). 

6. RICHARD ROTHE, late of Brandondale. 

1. Sarah, d. 5 June, 1887, unm. 

2. Catherine Maunsell, d. 9 Oct. 1836, unm. 

3. Mary, d. 24 Aug., 1894, unm. 

4. Jane d. 15 Sept. 1840, unm. 
The 6th son, 

RICHARD ROTHE BURTCHAELL, of Brandondale, b. 28 July, 1834, 
J.K cos. Kilkenny and Carlow ; m. 23 April, 1878, Sarah Caroline 
Margaret (now of Brandondale), youngest dau. of William Russell 
Farmar, of Bloomfield, co. Wexford (see that family). He d.s.p. 
23 Dec. 1903. 

Arms ist and 4th : Per pale az. and gu. on a chevron 
between three cross-crosslets or, as many cinquefoils of the first 
(Burtchaell). 2nd and 3rd : Or, on a mount in base vert, a stag 
trippant arg., under an oak tree ppr. (Rothe). Crest On a 
mount vert, a lion rampant sa. supporting on the sinister side an 
oak tree ppr. Motto Q 10 Fata Vocant. 

Seat Brandondale, Graignamanagh, co. Kilkenny. 




BURTON OF CARRIOAHOLT CASTLE. 

WILLIAM CONYNGHAM VANDELEUR BURTON, of 
Cairigaholt Castle, co. Clare, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1886, late an Officer 68th Regt., 6. 19 Sept. 
1846; m. 16 Jan. 1896, Lilias, dau. of Thomas 
Gieen, of Wilby and Athellington, Suffolk. Mr. 
Burton is the only surviving son of HENRY 
STUART BURTON, of Carrigaholt Castle, who d. 10 
Feb, 1867, and grandson of the HON. SIR FRANCIS 
NATHANIEL BURTON, G.C.H., twin brother of Henry, 
ist Marquess CONYNGHAM (see BURKE'S Peerage). 
He 5. his brother 1883. 

Lineage. (See BURKE'S Peerage, CONYNGHAM, M.) 
Seat Carrigaholt Castle, Carrigaholt, co. Clare. Club Kildare 
Street, Dublin. 



BURTON OF BURTON HALL. 

WILLIAM FITZ- 

WILLIAM BURTON, of 
Burton Hall, co. 
Carlow, and of Goltho 
Hall, Wragby, co. 
Lincoln, b. 30 April, 
1849 ; s. his father 
29 April, 1909 ; m. 
12 April, 1877, 
Georgiana Spencer, 
4th dau. of Capt. the 
Hon. William Henry 
George Wellesley, 
R.N., and grand-dau. 
of Henry, ist Lord 
Cowley (see BURKE'S 
Peerage), and has issue, 

1. WILLIAM MAINWARING, 

6. ii July, 1881. 
2. Benjamin Wellesley, b. 

20 Sept. 1883. 

3. Arthur Fitzwilliam, b. 
27 Feb. 1889 ; d. 14 June, 
1905. 

4. Augustus Frederick, b. 
9 Apr3, 1891 ; d. 15 Nov. 
that year. 

5. Alfred Henry Wellesley, b. 20 Aug. 1892. 

6. Gerald John Lloyd, b. 9 Sept. 1893. 

7. Edward Thomas Derrick, b. 8 Aug. 1895. 

1. Georgiana Coralie, b. 29 Sept. 1879. 

2. Lettice Amelia, b. 18 Aug. 1882. 

3. Frances Mary Alicia, b. 7 March, 1885. 

4. Charlotte Louisa Kathleen, b. 24 March, 1887. 

Lineage. SIR EDWARD BURTON, Knt. of Longner, representa- 
tive of the family, " was with King EDWARD IV., successful in 
fourteen set battles between the Houses of York and Lancaster ; 
and for his great loyalty and services, he was made knight- 
banneret, under the royal standard in the field," A.D. 1460. He 
was s. by his son, 

SIR ROBERT BURTON, Knt. of Longner, knighted by EDWARD 
IV., 1478 ; got a grant of arms from Wryth, Norroy, dated 22 May, 
1478, and was father of 

SIR EDWARD BURTON, Knt. of Longner, Master of the Robes to 
HENRY VII., m. Jocosa, dau. of Thomas Cressett, of Upton Cres- 
sett, co. Salop, and d. 23 April, 1524, leaving, with a younger son, 
Thomas, an elder son, his successor, 

JOHN BURTON, of Longner, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Poyner, 
of Boston, co. Salop, and had issue, 

1. EDWARD, his successor. 

1. Jane, m. Thomas Corbet, of Longner. 

2. Eleanor, m. Randolph Bannister, of Lacon. 

3. Ankekoka, a nun. 

4. Ann, m. Bostock, of Moreton Say, co. Salop. 

5. Ankred, m. Wright, of London. 

6. Mary, m. Barker, of Bridgnorth, co. Salop. 
Sir Edward d. 22 Oct. 1543, and was s. by his only son, 

EDWARD BURTON, of Longner, m. Ann, dau. and heii of Nicholas 
Madocks, of Wem and Cotton, co. Salop, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir, ancestor of BURTON of Longner (see that 
family). 

2. EDWARD, of whom next. 

3. Humphrey. 4. Timothy. 

1. Mary, m. Sir Richard Lloyd, Knt. of Ripton. 

2. Dorothy, m. John Milton, of Weston, co. Stafford. 

3. Katherine, m. George Corbet, of Hope, co. Salop. 

Mr. Burton d. 1558, and was s. by his eldest son. The 2nd son, 

EDWARD BURTON had issue, two sons, who both settled in Ireland 
in 1610, 

1. Francis, d.s.p. 

2. THOMAS, of whom next. 
The younger son, 

THOMAS BURTON, of Buncraggy, co. Clare, whose will was proved 
15 Feb. 1666, m. Ann, dau. of Shepherd, of Baycote, co. 
Hereford, and had issue (with two daus., Martha, m. Rev. John 
Andrew, D.D., and Jane, m. Alan Swanwicke) an only son, 

SAMUEL BURTON, of Brmcraggy, co. Clare, m. Margery Harris, 
and d. 1712 (will proved i Dec. 1712), leaving issue, 

1. Francis, of Buncraggy, M.P., m. Alice, dau. of Thomas Tilson, 
and had issue, 

Francis (Right Hon.), of Buncraggy, M.P., m. Mary, only dau. 
of Henry Conyngham, M.P., by whom he was ancestor of the 
MARQUESSES OF CONYNGHAM (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Charles, m. Mary, dau. of William Hickman, and d.s.p. 

3. BENJAMIN, of whom next. 

1. Dorothea, m. Samuel Bindon, of co. Clare. 

BE 3 NjAMiN' BURTON, becoming an eminent banker in Dublin, was 
Lord Mayor of that city in 1706, and represented it m Parliament 
from 1703-23 : he m. 22 May, 1686, Grace, elder dau. of Robert 
Stratford, of Belan, co. Kildare, and by her (who d. in London, 
July, 1721) had six sons, with as many daus., 

1. SAMUEL, of whom below. 



Bury. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



90 



2. Robert, of Hackettstown, co. Carlow, High Sheriff 1730, i 
Capt. Battle-Axe Guards, d.s.p., having . Katherine, dau. of 1 
Thomas Ryves, of Rathangan, co. Wicklow. 

3. Benjamin. 6. Edward. 

5. Charles (Sir), M.P. for Dublin 1749-60, Lord Mayor 1752-53 
He was knighted by the Viceroy 9 Jan. 1749-50, and was created 
a BARONET OF IRELAND, 2 Oct. 1758. He d. 6 June, 1775, i 
having m. Sept. 1731, Margaret, eldest dau. of Richard Meredyth, j 
of Shrowland, co. Kildare, by whom he had issue, with five 
daus., an only son, 

Charles (Sir), 2nd Bart, of Pollerton, who d. 1812, having 
m. ii Aug. 1778, Catherine, 3rd dau. of John (Cuffe), 2nd 
Lord Desart, by whom (who d. 1827) he had, 

(1) Charles (Sir), 3rd Bart., High Sheriff co. Carlow 1820, 
who m. in 1807, Susannah, dau. of Joshua-Paul Meredyth, 
and d. 6 Jan. 1830, leaving a dau., Sophia, who d. in 1843, 
and a son, Sir CHARLES, 4th Bart., who d. unm. 21 May, 
1842, and was s. by his cousin. 

(2) John, a Capt. in the i7th Light Dragoons, d. in 1813. 

(3) Benjamin, Lieut, in the igth Lancers, High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1816, m. Grace Ann, only child of William 
Roberts, of 91, Gloster Place, Portman Square, and d. in 
1834, leaving issue, 

1. CHARLES WILLIAM CUFFE (Sir), sth Bart., High Sheriff i 
co. Carlow 1851, b. 13 Jan. 1823, late Lieut, ist Dragoons ; 
m. 16 Dec. 1861, Georgiana Mary, only dau. of David I 
Haliburton Dallas, and d.s.p. 2 Oct. 1902, when the 
baronetcy became extinct. 

2. Robert, d. in 1843. 

3. Adolphus William Desart, C.B., Col. late 7th Dragoon 
Guards, b. 1827; m. n June, 1863, Sophia Louis, dau. 
of Gen. Sir John Slade, Bart., G.C.H., and d. 11 Feb. 
1882, leaving Grace Ellen, m. 16 Sept. 1890, Sir Francis 
Charles Edward Denys-Burton, 3rd Bart., and has had issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage), and Gertrude Mary. 

4. Augustus, d. an infant. 

1. Catherine Anne Galloway. 

2. Adelaide. 

(4) William, m. in 1814, Mary, eldest dau. and co-heiress 
of Samuel Skey, of Spring Grove, near Bewdly, Worcester- 
shire, and d. in 1826, leaving issue, 

1. William, a Lieut, in the Guards, and Aide-de-camp 
to the King of Bavaria, b. Aug. 1815 ; d. 17 July, 1859, 
unm. 

2. Samuel Skey, b. 1821 ; m. 30 Sept. 1861, Susan 
Bristowe Berridge, widow of Thomas Miller, of Leicester, 
and d. 1868, leaving a dau., Mary Katherine (m. 1880, 
George F. Stevenson, LL.B., and has issue). 

3. Charles James, b. 1824 ; d. unm. 1875. 

1. Mary Louisa, d. 1856. 

2. Catherine Sarah, d. 24 Sept. 1892. 

3. Lucy Caroline, m. to Alfred Carrington Dick, and d. 
21 Jan. 1892. 

(5) Richard, d. 22 Aug. 1871. 

(6) George. 

(7) Edward, m. to Miss Eustace, and d.s.p. 

(1) Grace Anna, m. to Henry Faulkner, of Castleton, Carlow. 

(2) Catherine, d. unm. (3) Sophia, d. unm. 

6. Francis, m. in 1738, Rachael, eldest dau. of Dr. Edward 
Smyth, Bishop of Down, and had (with a son, who d. unm.) 
s. dau., Maria, m. to Richard Cox, of Castletown. 

1. Mary, m. 10 Aug. 170^, Philip Doyne, of Wells, co. Wexford 
(see that family). She d. 10 July, 1705. 

2. Grace, m. to Edward Hoare, of Dunkettle. 

3. Elizabeth, m. to Richard Hoare. 

4. Lettice, m. 29 March, 1711, Henry Brooke, M.P. of Colebrook, 
co. Fermanagh. 

5. Abigail, m. ist, to John Walsh, of Ballykilcaven, Queen's 
Co., and 2ndly, to Allen Johnson, of Kilternan. 

6. Jane. 

The eldest son of Benjamin Burton, of Dublin, 

SAMUEL BURTON, of Burton Hall, M.P. for Sligo 1713, and for 
Dublin 1727, High Sheriff co. Carlow 1724 ; m. ist, 17 June, 1708. 
Anne, dau. of Charles Campbell, of Dublin, and by her (who was killed 
by the fall of a scaffold at the coronation of GEORGE I, 20 Oct. 
1714) had issue, 

1. BENJAMIN, his heir. 2. Hughes, b. 20 Jan. 1710. 

3. Samuel. 

1. Katherine, m. 28 Feb. 1731, Nicholas, 5th Viscount Netterville. 
Mr. Burton m. 2ndly, Mary Hinde, by whom he had another dau., 

2. Mary. 

He was s. by his eldest son, 

THE RIGHT HON. BENJAMIN BURTON, P.C. (Ireland), of Burton 
Hall, M.P. for Knocktopher 1741, and for Carlow 1761, High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1736, Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, 6. 19 Jan. 
1709 ; d. intestate, administration of his goods being granted 
to his 2nd but eldest surviving son 17 Nov. 1763. He m. 9 Dec. 
1734, Lady Anne Ponsonby, dau. of Brabazon, ist Earl of Bess- 
borough, and had issue, four sons and two daus., 

1. Benjamin, High Sheriff, co. Carlow, 1760, M.P. for co. Sligo 
1757, and for Boyle 1761, d. unm. 1763. 

2. WILLIAM, s. to the estates. 

3. Campbell, d. young. 4. Ponsonby, d. young. 

1. Sarah, m. 1763, John Hyde, of Castle Hyde, co. Cork. 

2. Anna, d. unm. March, 1764. 
His 2nd but eldest surviving son, 

WILLIAM HENRY BURTON, of Burton Hall, b. 16 July, 1739 ; 
m. 12 Dec. 1765, Mary, only child of Henry Aston, of East Aston, 
co. Wicklow, and had issue, 

1. BENJAMIN, of whom next. 



2. William Henry, b. 15 Nov. 1767 ; d. unm. 31 Dec. 1799. 

1. Martha, d. unm. 6 Sept. 1797. 

Mr. Burton d. ? Jan. 1818, and was s. by his grandson. His eldest 
son, 

BENJAMIN BURTON, of Walcot House, Stamford, Lines., b. 
12 Sept. 1766 ; m. 15 Dec. 1794, Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Mainwaring, of Goltho, co. Lincoln, and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM, who s. his grandfather. 

2. Benjamin, b. 10 July, 1799 > ^- unm. 6 Nov. 1853. 

1. Mary Elizabeth, m. 19 Dec. 1819, Sir Richard Sutton, Bart., of 
Norwood Park, co. Notts ; d. i July, 1842. 

2. Sophia Catherine, m. 5 Aug. 1824, Robert Thoroton, Col. 
Grenadier Guards. 

Mr. Burton d.v.p. 26 April, 1808. His son, 

WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM BURTON, of Burton Hall, b. 22 Sept. 
1796; J.P., High Sheriff of Carlow 1822. He s. his grandfather 
7 Jan. 1818 ; m. ist, 18 July, 1825, Mary, dau. of Sir John Power, 
ist bart., of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny, and by her (who d. 25 Jan. 1839), 
had issue, 

1. WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM, late of Burton Hall. 

2. Benjamin (Rev.), b. 17 Sept. 1829 ; m. 27 April, 1854, Anne, 
dau. of Col. Henry Bruen, M.P., of Oak Park, co. Carlow. He d. 
15 Feb. 1856. She d. Feb. 1871, leaving issue, 

Benjamin, C.B., Major-Gen. R.A., served in S. African War 
1899-1901 (despatches, C.B., medals, with five clasps), 6. 10 
March, 1855. 

Mary Elizabeth, m. 16 June, 1880, Col. the Hon. Edward 
Lawless, brother of 4th Baron Cloncurry. 

3. John Power, b. 3 Sept. 1833 ', d. 10 April, 1869 ; m. 31 Dec. 
1861, Adelaide Harriet, 4th dau. of Henry S. Close, of Newtown 
Park, co. Dublin, and had issue, four sons, 

1. John Henry, b. 7 Oct. 1862. 

2. Arthur Power, b. 15 March, 1865. 

3. Algernon, b. 25 Nov. 1866 : m. 19 May, 1907, Edith Con- 
stance, dau. of Horace F. Tahourdin, and has issue, with 
one dau., a son, 

Edward, b. 23 April, 1909. 

4. Percy Charles, b. 19 May, 1868. 

4. Charles, Capt. ggth Regt., b. 24 Oct. 1836 ; m. 25 April, 1871, 
Mary Edith, dau. of Rev. John Charles Davenport, Rector of 
bkeffington, co. Leicester. He d. 27 Feb. 1900, leaving issue, 
with a son, Charles Conyngham, &.i88i, and since dec., three daus., 

i. Florence Helen, dec. 2. Mary Bertha. 3. Norah. 

1. Harriet Anne, m. 29 July, 1851, Sir Richard Sutton, 4th bart. 
of Norwood. He d. 2 Oct. 1878. She d. 22 March, 1901, leaving 
issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Mary Frances, m. 18 Nov. 1862, Rev. Thomas George Onslow 
Rector of Catmore, co. Berks. She d. 25 May, 1905. He d. 21 
Aug. 1911, leaving issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, ONSLOW, E. of). 

3. Sophia Charlotte, m. 22 Jan. 1856, John Henry Edward 
Fock, Baron de Robeck, and d. 15 July, 1903, leaving issue (see 
that family). 

4. Helen Mary, d. unm. 22 April, 1903. 

Mr. Burton m. 2ndly, 5 Oct. 1840, Eleanor Mary, dau. ol William 
Browne, of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, which lady d.s.p. 5 Dec. 1870. 
He d. 15 Nov. 1844. The eldest son, 

WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM BURTON, of Burton Hall, co. Carlow, J.P., 
High Sheriff 1849, formerly of the 4th Light Dragoons, b. 14 May, 
1826 ; m. ist, 17 June, 1848, Coralie Augusta Frederica, 3rd dau. of 
the late Henry Lloyd, of Farrinrory, co. Tipperary, by Harriet 
Amelia his wife, dau. of Sir John Craven Carden, ist bart. (see 
BURKE'S Peerage), and by her (who d. n Jan. 1892) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM, now of Burton Hall. 

2. Alfred Henry, b. 29 March, 1853. 

He m. 2ndly, 6 Jan, 1894, Clara Louisa, dau. of John Cayley, of 
Bickley, Kent (see BURKE'S Peerage, CAYLEY, Bart.), and d. 29 April, 

Arms Per pale az. and purpure, a cross engrailed or, between 
four roses arg. Crest On a ducal coronet a dexter gauntlet, the 
palm inwards ppr. Motto Deus providebit. 

Seat Burton Hall, Carlow. 



BURY OF CHARLEVILLE FOREST. 

LADY EMILY AL- 
FRED A JULIA HOWARD 
BURY, of Charleville 
Forest, King's Co., 
youngest dau. and 
eventually co-heir of 
Charles William, 3rd 
Earl of Charleville, 6. 
16 Oct. 1856 ; m. 20 
Sept. 1 88 1, Capt. Ken- 
neth Howard, eldest 
son of Hon. James 
Kenneth Howard, 4th 
son of Thomas, i6th 
Earl of Suffolk. (See 
BURKE'S Peerage.) 
Capt. Howard assumed by Royal Licence 14 Dec. 
1 88 1, the additional surname and arms of Bury, 




IRELAND. 



Bushe. 



was High Sheriff of King's Co. 1884, and d. 24 Aug. 
1885, leaving issue, 

CHARLES KENNETH, b. 15 Aug. 1883. 

Marjory Alfreda Beaujolois, b. 16 July, 1885 ; d. unm. 8 Dec. 1907. 

.Lineage. PHINEAS BURY had a grant of lands in co. Limerick, 
14 Nov 1666, and in the barony of Barrymore, co. Cork, 10 June, 
1668. He was High Sheriff of the latter co. 1673. His and son, 

JOHN BURY, of Shannon Grove, co. Limerick, took out adminis- 
tration to his elder brother Richard, n Jan. 1691. Hew. Jane, 
only dau. of Rev. William Palliser, D.D.,' Archbishop of Cashel, and 
d, 1722, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. John, who assumed the name of PALLISER, and was ancestor of 
Palliser, of Derryluskan, co. Tipperary (see that family). 

3. Richard, of Mount Pleasant, co. Clare, m. Anne, dau. of 
Mountiford Westropp, of Attyflin, co. Limerick. His will, dated 
12 Dec. 1733, was proved 17 May, 1735. His widow m. zndly, 
William Spaight. 

4. Thomas, of Curraghbridge, co. Limerick, d.s.p. Will dated 
ii Sept. 1767, proved 19 April, 1774. 

5. PHINEAS, ancestor of Bury, of Little Island (see that family), 
and BURY-BARRY, of Ballyclough (see that family). 

1. Elizabeth, m. Mouutiford Westropp, of Attyflin, co. Limerick. 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM BURY, of Shannon Grove, High Sheriff co. Limerick 
1726, m. 27 Jan. 1723, Jane, only dau. of Right Hon. John Moore, 
of Croghan, King's Co., ist Lord Tullamore, and sister and heir of 
Charles, ist Earl of Charleville, and had issue, 

1. JOHN. 2. Charles. 

3. William. 4. Richard. 5. Thomas. 

1. Jane. 

2. Georgiana, w. Richard, 4th Viscount Boyne. 

3. Mary. 4. Elizabeth. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BURY, of Shannon Grove and Charleville Forest, b. 1725 ; 
s. his uncle Charles, Earl of Charleville, in the Moore estates, 17 
Feb. 1764. He m. 1761, Catharine, 2nd dau. and co-heir of 
Francis Sadleir, of Sopwell Hall, co. Tipperary, and by that lady (who 
m. 2ndly, June, 1766, Henry Prittie, afterwards Lord Dunalley see 
BURKE'S Peerage), left at his decease, 4 Aug. 1764, an only son, 

CHARLES WILLIAM BURY, of Charleville Forest, in the King's 
Co., b. 30 June, 1764 ; who was raised to the peerage of Ireland as 
Baron Tullamore, 26 Nov. 1797 ; created Viscount Charleville, 
29 Dec. 1800, and EARL OF CHARLEVILLE, 16 Feb. 1806. He m. 
4 June, 1798, Catherine Maria, widow of J ames Tisdall, of Bawn, 
co. Louth, and dau. and sole heir of Thomas Townley Dawson, 
by whom he left at his decease, 31 Oct. 1835, an only son, 

CHARLES WILLIAM, 2nd Earl of Charleville, 6. 29 April, 1801, 
m. 26 Feb. 1821, Harriet Charlotte Beaujolois, 3rd dau. of Col. 
John Campbell, of Shawfield, and Lady Charlotte Susan Maria 
Campbell his wife, dau. of John, 5th Duke of Argyll, and by her 
(who. d. i Feb. 1848) had issue, 

1. CHARLES WILLIAM GEORGE, 3rd Earl. 

2. JOHN JAMES, Capt. R.E., b. 22 Oct. 1827 ; m. 24 June, 1852, 
Charlotte Theresa (34, Beaufort Road, Kingston-on-Thames), only 
dau. of Thomas Austin, and d. 18 Jan. 1864, having by her (who 
m. 2ndly, 1868, Herbert O'Meara) had issue, 

1. Beaujolois Arabella Charlotte, d. i Nov. 1865. 

2. Georgina Florence, m. 24 June, 1879, Lieut. -Col. Edward 
Guy Selby Smyth, late Royal Irish Rifles, son of Geu. Sir 
Edward Selby Smyth, K.C.M.G., and has issue. 

3. Louisa Emily Austin, d. unm. j88i. 

4. Ada Pierce Tighe", m. 20 April, 1885, Col. Raymond Oliver 
de Montmorency, late Royal Irish Rifles, who d.s.p. 1894. 

3. ALFRED, 5th Earl, b. 19 Feb. 1829 ; m. 20 June, 1854, Emily 
Frances, 3 rd dau. of Gen. Sir William Wood, K.C.B., K.H., Col. 
of the i4th Foot. He s. his nephew 1874, and d.s.p. 28 June, 



1875, when the earldom became extinct. 

1. Beaujolois Eleanora Catherine, m. 30 June, 1853, Hastin 

Dent (who d. 7 June, 1864), son of John Dent, M.P., and h 



issue (see BURKE'S Landed Gentry). 
His lordship d. 14 July, 1851, and was s. by his eldest son, 

CHARLES WILLIAM GEORGE, 3rd Earl of Charleville, b. 8 March, 
1822, Lieut. 43rd Foot; m. 7 March. 1850, Arabella Louisa, 
youngest dau. of the late Henry Case, of Shenston Moss, co. 
Stafford (who d. 8 July, 1857). He d. 19 Jan. 1850, leaving issue, 

1. CHARLES WILLIA'M FRANCIS, 4th Earl, b. 16 May, 1852 ; d.unm. 



3 Nov. 1874, when he was s. by his uncle. 

n William, b. 31 
1. Katherine Arabella Beaujolois, m. 3 June, 1873, Col. Edmund 



2. Joh 



im, 6. 31 Aug. 1854 '< d. 20 Aug. 1872. 



Bacon Hutton, Royal Dragoons, and had issue. She d. 3 Feb. 
1901. 

2. Harriet Hugh Adelaide, accidentally killed by a fall, 3 April, 
1861. 

3. EMILY ALFREDA JULIA, now of Charleville. 

Arms Quarterly, ist and 4th vert, a cross crosslet or 
(BURY) ; 2nd and 3rd gu., on a bend between six cross 
crosslets fitch^e arg., an escutcheon or charged with a demi 
lion rampant pierced through the mouth by an arrow within a double 
tressure flory counterflory of the first, a crescent sa. for difference 
{HOWARD). Crests i. A boar's head couped at the neck or, tusked 
arg., langued gu., transfixed through the neck by a spear ppr., 
charged for difference with a cross crosslet vert (BURY). 2. On a 
chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion statant guardant tail extended 
or ducally gorged arg. charged on the body with a crescent of the 
first for difference (HOWARD). Mottoes (under the arms), Virtus 
sub cruce crescit ; and (over the second crest), Nous maintiendrons . 

Seat Charleville Forest, King's Co. 




BURY OF LITTLE ISLAND AND 
CURRAGHBRIDGE. 

WILLIAM PENNE- 
FATHER ARTHUR 

FORBES PHINEAS 

BURY, of Curragh- 
bridge, co. Limerick, 
and Carrigrenane, co. 
Cork, 6. 26 Sept. 1868 ; 
s. his uncle, 1895 ' m - 
1899, Catherine, dau. 
of Maurice Collins, of 
Shauntrade, co. Lim- 
erick, and has issue, 

PHINEAS, b. 1902. 

Iris Euphemia. 

Lineage. P H i N K A s 
BURY, of Little Island, co. 
Cork, sth son of JOHN BURY, 
of Shannon Grove, co. Lim- 
erick (see BURY of Charle- 
tille) ; m. by licence dated 

25 Feb. 1734, Hester, dau. of Thomas Moland, and had, with a 
dau. Hester (wife of Edward Candler-Brown, of Prior Park. 
Somerset) a son and successor, 

PHINEAS BURY, of Little Island, m. Jane, dau. of Boyle Aldworth, 
of Newmarket, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1. PHINEAS, his heir. 

2. Robert (Rev.), of Carrigrenane, co. Cork, Prebendary of Coole, 
co. Cork, m. Letitia, dau. of Gen. Henry Green Barry, of Bally- 
clough, co, Cork, and d. 1853, leaving issue (see BURY-BARRY of 
Ballyclough). 3. Richard. 4. Thomas, Commander, R.N. 
1. Jane. 2. Hester. 

The eldest son, 

PHINEAS BURY, J.P., of Little Island, Capt. 57th Regt, and 
afterwards 7th Dragoon Guards, m. ist, Miss Eliza Stuart, who 
d.s.p. ; and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of William Pennefather, son of 
Kingsmill Pennefather, M.P., and by her had issue, 

1. PHINEAS, his heir, late of Little Island. 

2. William Phineas, of Carrigrenane, co. Cork, b. 27 Nov. 1842 ; 
m. Harriet (d. 26 Dec. 1911), dau. of Arthur Forbes, of New- 
stone, co. Meath, and had issue, 

WILLIAM PENNEFATHER ARTHUR FORBES PHINEAS, now of 
Curraghbridge. 

1. Frances Jane, m. C. T. Tuckey, Major 4ist Regt., dec. 
Mr. Bury d. 1853, and was s. by his eldest son, 

PHINEAS BURY, of Little Island, co. Cork, and Curraghbridge, 
Adare, co. Limerick, J.P. for Cork, High Sheriff 1865, b. 7 March, 
1841 ; formerly Capt. isth (King's) Hussars, and late Capt. and 
Hon. Major East Kent Militia, and d.s.p. 9 May, 1895. 

Arms Vert, a cross-crosslet or, on a canton arg. an ermine 
spot. Crest A boar's head or, couped at the shoulder, pierced 
through the neck with a spear imbrued ppr. Motto Virtus 
sub cruce crescit. 

Seats Carrigrenane, Little Island, co. Cork ; and Curragh- 
bridge, Adare, co. Limerick. Club Junior Constitutional. 



BURY-BARRY. See BARRY. 



BUSHE OF GLENCAIRN ABBEY. 

FRANCES MARIA and 

AGNES CHARLOTTE 

BUSHE, of Glencairn 

Abbey, co. Waterford, 

daus. and co- heirs of 

the late Gervase 

Parker Bushe, of Glen- 
cairn Abbey, who d. 

1879. 

The elder dau., 
j FRANCES MARIA, m. 
I 22 Nov. 1884, Ambrose 
William Bushe Power, 
I of Barrettstown, co. 

Tipperary, and Clon- 

moyle, cb. Waterford, 
>, J. P., High Sheriff 1899, 

late Indian Civil 

Service, eldest son of 
: the Ven. Ambrose 

Power, Archdeacon of Lismore, who d. 8 Nov. 1869, 
! and Susan his ist wife (who d. 7 Aug. 1854), dau* 




Bushe. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



92 



of John Thacker, of Bally melish, Queen's Co., and 
grandson of Sir John Power, ist bart. of Kilfane (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). Mr. Ambrose W. B. Power d. 
10 March, 1907, having had issue, 

1. AMBROSE GRATTAN, b. 22 April, 1887 ; m. 21 July, 1908, Ada 
Mary, youngest dau. of Richard A. Cooper-Chadwick, of Bal- 
linard, co. Tipperary (see that family). 

1. Sylvia, m. 23 Nov. 1909, Walter Seton Cassels, I.C.S. 

2. Irene Noel. 

Lineage. JOHN BUSHE had a grant of land in Kilfane, co. 
Kilkenny, 10 Dec. 1670. By Mary his wife, dau. and heir of 
John Grey, he left, with four daus., Elizabeth, m. Samuel Hobson, 
of Waterford ; Ann, m. J oseph Harries ; another, Mrs. Woodroff e ; 
and another, Mrs. Berkeley ; two sons, 

1. AMYAS, his heir. 

2. Arthur, of Dangen, co. Kilkenny, Secretary to the Commis- 
sioners of Revenue, m. ist, Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas Worsop, 
Knt. of Dunshaughlin, co. Meath, and had issue, 

i. Worsop, of Dangen, b. 1692 ; entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 20 [ 
May, 1711, aged 19; d. unm. His will, dated 3 Aug. 1738, 
was proved in 1760. 

Arthur Bushe m. 2ndly, 17 Oct. 1695, Mary, dau. of John Forth, 
by whom (who d. April, 1717) he had further issue, 

2. -William, of Dublin, b. 1696; entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
20 May, 1711, aged 15 ; whose will, dated 4 June, 1793, was 
proved 7 Feb. 1796 ; he m. Hannah, sister of Edmund Donelan, 
of Streamstown, co. Westmeath, and had a son, Worsop, who 
d.s.p. ; and a dau. Anne, m. Rev. Henry Tilson, of Dublin. 
3. John, b. 1705 ; entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 20 March, 1722, 
aged 17. 4. Thomas, 

i. Mary. 2. Letitia, d. unm. 1757. 

Mr. Bushe was s. by his eldest son, 

AMYAS BUSHE, of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff co. Kil- 
kenny 1706 ; m. Eleanor, dau. of Sir Christopher Wandesford, ist 
bart. of Kirklington, and had issue by her (who d. 1706). 

1. Christopher, who d.v.p., leaving by Margaret his wife, an only 
son, 

AMYAS (or AMIAS), who s. his grandfather. 

2. Arthur, of Kilmurry, High Sheriff co. Kilkenny, 1736, b. 
1691 : entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 28 June, 1711, aged 20 ; his 
will, dated 4 Jan. 1761, was proved 25th of the next month. He 
m. Mary Martin, and left issue, three sons, 

1. Amias, b. 1716, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 20 April, 1734, 
aged 1 8 ; d. young. 

2. Thomas (Rev.), D.D., of Kilmurry, Rector of Gowran, co. 
Kilkenny, and Prebendary of Inniscarra, co. Cork, Chaplain of ! 
Kingston College, co. Cork, b. 1727 ; entered Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, 28 June, 1743, aged 16 ; B.A. 1747 ; m. Katherine, 
dau. of Charles Doyle, of Bramblestown, co. Kilkenny, and 
sister of Gen. Sir John Doyle, and d. Sept. 1795, having had issue, 

(i) CHARLES KENDAL (Right Hon.), b. 1767, one of the most 
distinguished Advocates and Orators of his time, appointed 
LORD CHIEF JUSTICE of Ireland in 1822, m. Dec. 1793, 
Anne, dau. of John Crampton, of Merrion Square, Dublin, 
and sister of Sir Philip Crampton, Bart., M.D. She d. 17 
May, 1857. He d. 10 July, 1843, having had issue, 

1. John, m. 1817, Lady Louisa Hare, dau. ot the ist Earl 
of Listowel. She d. 18 April, 1855. He d.s.p. 1870. 

2. Charles (Rev.), Rector of Castlehaven, co. Cork, b. 30 
March, 1800 ; m. ist, Fanny Elizabeth, dau. of James 
Bury, of St. Leonards, Nazing, Essex (see that family). 
She d. 24 May, 1837, leaving issue, 

a. Charles Percy, Capt. R.N., J.P. Cinque Ports (Lee- 
lands, Walmer, Kent, and United Service Club), b. 16 I 
Oct. 1835 ; m. ist, 5 Oct. 1871, Louisa Eleanor, widow 
of Hugh Dale Mathie, of Arran Cottage, co. Wexford. 
She d. 18 March, 1883. He m. 2ndly, 18 July, 1887, ; 
Adelaide Charlotte Devereux, dau. of Fev. John Harris, 
Rector of Shercock, co. Cavan, and has issue, 

Sylvia Louisa Kendal, b. 30 June, 1890. 

b. Horace Kendal, Maj.-Gen. Bombay Army, b. 18 Jan. 
1837 ; m. 3 April, 1872, Mary, dau. of Col. John Caul- 
feild, of Bloomneld, co. Westmeath (see BURKE'S Peer- 
age, CHARLEMONT, V.), and d.s.p. 24 Nov. 1898. 

He m. 2ndly, 27 Aug. 1839, Emmeline Katherine Egerton, i 
dau. of Vice- Admiral Sir Josiah Coghill, 3rd Bart. She d. 
26 Aug. 1879. He d. 25 Aug. i8(56, having by her had issue, 

c. Cecil Josiah Lambton, M.B. Surg.-Maj. A.M.S., , 
b. 25 March, 1850 ; m. 6 April, 1880, Ailleen Mary j 
Beatrice, dau. of Rev. Arthur Hasmer, and d. 1898, J 
leaving issue, three sons and two daus. 

d. Seymour Coghill Hort, K.C., J.P. co. Cork, Senior j 
Crown Prosecutor for Dublin (University Club, Dublin), 
ft. 5 April, 1853 ; m. 17 July, 1886, Lady Kathleen Maude, 
dau. of the Earl de Montalt. 

a. Gertrude Egerton, m. 14 Dec. 1865, David John 
Copeland Jones. 

b. Constance Theodosia Antoinette. 

c. Sophia Caroline, m. 16 June, 1870, Vice- Admiral i 
Arthur Cecil Henry Paget, late R.N., and has issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage, ANGLESEY, M.). 

d. Josephine Percy, m. i July, 1873, Capt. William 
McNeil Cairns, late 43 rd L.I. 

3. Thomas, Secretary to the late Ecclesiastical Commis- 
sioners, m. Miss Phillips, and d. 1862, leaving issue, 

a. Charles Kendal KENDAL-BUSHE (which name he 
adopted 28 Oct. 1908), late Col. sgth Regt., of Bramhope, \ 
Old Charlton, m. 29 Sept. 1863, Henrietta Victoria ' 



Alexandria, 3rd dau. of Arthur French, of Clonsilla, 
co. Dublin (see LESLIE of Ballibay). He d. 29 Sept. 
1911, having had issue, 

(a) Charles Kendal, Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards, b. 1865. 

(b) Amyas Robert Leslie, Lieut. R.N., b. 1866 ; d. unm. 
24 Feb. 1895. (c) Charles Albert, d. 1895. 

(a) Olivia Florence. 

b. John Phillips (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, late 
Rector of Castlehaven, d. 6 April, 1907, having m. 
Louisa Cameron. 

a. Florence, m. Charles Mitford. 

b. Maria Dorothea, m. 30 April, 1851, James Thomas 
Barlow. c. Pauline. d. Rosina. 

e. Sylvia, m. Bolton Falkner. 

4. Arthur, Master of the Court of Queen's Bench, m. ist, 
Miss Christian, and 2ndly, Miss Martin, and d. 1876, 
leaving issue by his ist wife, 

a. Percy, m. Miss Atkinson. 

b. Hastings, d. 1863. c. Arthur, m. Miss Keogh. 

d. George Douglas, m. Harriet Mary Augusta, dau. 
of Rev. John Dunne (see DUNNE of Brittas), and d. 
16 Aug. 1901, leaving issue, 

a. Mary, m. Henry Townshend, son of Judge Townshend. 

b. Madeline, m. James Jackson, son of James Edward 
Jackson, Dean of Armagh. 

c. Rosalie. d. KendaJ. e. Zara. 

1. Anna Maria, m. 27 Jan. 1819, Adm. Sir Josiah Coghill, 
Bart., and d. 10 March, 1848. He d. 20 June, 1850, leaving 
issue. 

2. Katherine, m. Michael Charles Fox, son of Judge Fox. 

3. Charlotte, m. 5 April, 1824, John, 3rd Lord Plunket, 
who d. April, 1870. 4. Elizabeth, d. unm. 

5. Maria Belissa, m. Rev. John Harris, Rector of Shercock, 
co. Cavan, and d. his widow 8 Feb. 1908. 

6. Henrietta, m. 1833, Robert F. Franks, of Jerpoint. 
(2) Thomas (Rev.), d. unm. 

(1) Elizabeth, m. Rev. William Gorman. 

(2) Mary Martin, m. William Warren. 

(3) Katherine. (4) Harriett, m. John Domville. 
3. Paul, Major in the Army. d. unm. 

3. Amias, b. 1706; entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 14 June, 1721, 
aged 15 ; d. unm. 

1. Elinor, m. Christopher Hewetson, of Thomastown. co. Kilkenny. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Edward Deane, of Terenure, co. Dublin, M.P. 
for Inistioge. 

Mr. Bushe m. 2ndly, Mrs. Drysdale, widow. His will, dated 29 
Aug. 1724, was proved 2 March, 1730. He was s. by his grandson, 

AMYAS (or AMIAS) BUSHE, of Kilfane, High Sheriff co. Kilkenny, 
1733 ; *n- 2 May, 1737, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Gervase Parker, 
General of Horse, Governor of Cork and Kinsale, and Commander- 
in-Chief in Ireland ; and d. 1773, leaving an only son and heir, 

GERVASE PARKER BUSHE, of Kilfane, M.P., High Sheriff co. 
Kilkenny 1768 ; whose will, dated 30 June, 1792, was proved 
30 Aug. 1793. He m. Feb. 1768, Mary, dau. of James Grattan, 
Recorder of Dublin, and sister of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan, 
M.P., and had issue, 

1. HENRY AMYAS, his heir. 

2. William (Rev.), of Templeport, co. Cavan, Rector of St. 
George's, Dublin ; m. Letitia, dau. of Frederick Geale, and by her 
(who d. 1819) had issue, 

1. William, Lieut.-Col. 7th Hussars, m. but d.s.p. 

2. Gervase Henry, m. Isabella, eldest dau. of Arthur Ussh^i, of 
Ballysaggartmore, LLsmore, arid left one son, 

William Daxon, d. 14 June, 1906. 

1. Letitia, m, John Percy, of Garadice, co. Leitrim. 

2. Isabella, m. Henry Monck Mason, Barrister-at-Law and d. 
26 Dec. 1873, aged 57. 

3. Gervase Parker, of Kilfane. Barrister-at-Law, m. May, 1806, 
Eliza, dau. of John Latham, of Meldrum, co. Tipperary, and 
widow of Thomas Hacket, and had issue, 

1. Anna, m. 19 May, 1835, Hedworth Lambton, M.P., brother 
of ist Earl of Durham (see BURKE'S Peerage), and d. 1843. He 
d. 16 Sept. 1876. 

2. Georgiana, m. Capt. the Hon. Francis Maude, R.N., 6th 
son of ist Viscount Hawarden, and d. 2 July, 1882, leaving 
issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, DE MONTALT, E.). 

4. Richard. 

5. Robert, of Trinidad, whose son, 

John Scott, C.M.G., Colonial Sec. at St. Anne's, Trinidad, b. 
1825, m. ist, 1848, Martha, dau. of Ven. George Cummins, 
Archdeacon of Trinidad. She d. 1880, and he m. 2ndly, 1882, 
Louisa, dau. of Rev. E. P. Smith, and d. 24 Jan. 1887. 

1. Charlotte, m. Rev. Dean Scott. 

2. Frances, m. 1794, Right Rev. George de la Poer Beresford, 
Bishop of Kilmore, and had issue (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
WATERFORD, M.). 

3. Harriett, m. Sir John Power, ist bart. of Kilfane, and had issue 
(see BURKE'S Peerage). 

4. Maria. 

Mr. Bushe, whose will, dated 30 Jan. 1792, was proved 30 Aug. 
1793, was s. by his eldest son, 

HENRY AMYAS BUSHE, of Glencairn Abbey, High Sheriff co. 
Waterford 1826 ; m. Lavinia, eldest dau. of Richard Gumbleton, of 
Castle Richard (now called Glencairn Abbey), co. Waterford, and 
s. by the bequest of his brother-in-law. Richard Edward Gumbleton, 
who d. 1819, to Glencairn Abbey, and was s. at his decease by his son, 

GERVASE BUSHE. of Glencairn Abbey, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 
1837, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, formerly in the isth and 7th Hussars, 
b. 2 April, 1806 ; m. 27 May, 1857, Georgina Agnes, dau. of Lieut. 
William Smart, R.N., and d. 1879, leaving issue, two daus., 

1. FRANCES MARIA. 2. AGNES CHARLOTTE. 



IRELAND. 



Butler. 



Vrms Quarterly : ist and 4th, az., a wolf rampant arg., collared 
ai 1 chained or ; in chief three crosses pattee fitchee of the second 
<1 JSHE) ; 2nd and 3rd, barry of six, arg. and az., a bend compony 
01 and gu. (GREY). Crest A goat's head couped arg., armed 
Si, Motto Moderata durant. 

Seat^Glencairn Abbey, Lismore, co. Waterford. 



BUTLER OF KILMURRY. 

LIEUT. -Coi.. SOMERSET JAMES BUTLER, of Kil- 
n urry, co. Kilkenny, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
i $93, late Royal Berkshire Regt., b. 2 Feb. 1849. Col. 
I utler is the eldest surviving son of Capt.' Henry 
I'Utler, of Kilmurry (who d. 13 April, 1881), and 
Clara his wife (who d. 28 Dec. 1901), dau. of John 
Taylor, of Newark, co. Leicester, and grandson 
of Col. the Hon. Peirce Butler, M.P., of Kilmurry, 
4th son of Edmund, nth Viscount Mountgarret. 
Lineage, Arms, &c. See BURKE'S Peerage, MOUNT- 

CVRRET, V. 

Seat Kilmurry, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. Clubs 
J on. United Service and Kildare Street. 



BUTLER OF BALLYCARRON. 

THOMAS BUTLER, of Ballycarron, co. Tipperary, 
J.P. and D.L., High Speriff 1880, b. 1826, 4th son of 
the late Thomas Butler, of Ballycarron, and Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of Standish' Barry, of Lemlara 
(see that family). 

Seat Ballycarron, Golden, co. Tipperary. 



BUTLER OF PRIESTOWN. 

JAMES TOTTENHAM 
BUTLER, of Priestown, 
co. Meath, of Alta- 
meenagh, Laghey, co. 
Donegal, J.P. cos. 
Donegal and Meath, 
6. 4 June, 1868, Capt. 
5th Batt. Leinster 
Regt. ; m. 1906, Geral- 
dine B. M., younger 
dau. of the late Henry 
St. George Osborne 
late Royal Dragoons, 
of Dardistown Castle, 
co. Meath. _ 

Lineag-e. THE REV. feTIMOR-DOMlNl FONS- VIT/E 
PIERCE BUTLER, Preben- 
dary of Killanully, co. Cork, 1672, and Rector of Clanbehy, Kilmore, 
Dromodecaher, and Kilmane-prior, co. Kerry, 6 April, 1686, 
youngest son of Theobald Butler, of Killoskehan and Eleanor 
O'Meagher his wife and grandson of J ames, 2nd Baron of Dunboyne 
(see BURKE'S Peerage), m. Margaret, dau. of Walter Blake, of co. 
Galway, and was bur. at Glanbeagh, co. Kerry, 1714, having had 
issue, 

1. James, d.s.p. 2. THEOBALD, of whom we treat. 

The younger son, 

THEOBALD BUTLER, of Priestown, co. Meath, m. ist, Maria 
O'Hara, who d.s.p., and 2ndly, at Finglas, co. Dublin, 14 Aug. 1722, 
Mary. dau. of Sir Nathaniel Whitwell, Alderman of Dublin and by 
her had issue, 

1. JAMES, of whom presently. 

2. Whitwell, ancestor of BUTLER of Waterville (see that family). 
1. Ellen, m. Robert Beatty. 

The elder son, 

JAMES BUTLER, of Priestown, m. Dorothea, dau. of Sir Richard 
Steele, bart., by whom he left issue, 

1. RICHARD, of whom hereafter. 

2. James, Lieut.-Gen. and Governor of Sandhurst College, who 
m. ist, Elizabeth Pitcairne, by whom he left issue, James 
Arthur, General in the Army ; 'Alexander, Capt. in the Army ; 
Jeannette ; Elizabeth ; Katherine ; and Rosa. He m. 2ndly, 




md srdly, Miss Bateman. 



Frances Glover, who d.s.p. in 1828 
He d. Aug. 1836. 

3. Theobald, m. Lucy, dau. of Richards. 

4. Whitwell, d.s.p. 5. Pierce, d.s.p. 

6. Nathaniel Edward, m. Anne, dau. of the Rev. Mr. Stone, 
d.s.p. 1842. 
1. Rose, d. unm. 
The eldest son, 



THE REV. RICHARD BUTLER, D.D., Vicar of Burnchurch, co. 
Kilkenny, m. 1792, Martha, 2nd dau. of Richard Rothwell, of 
Rockfield and Berford, co. Meath (see that family), and had, 

1. JAMES (Rev.), late of Priestown. 

2. Richard (Very Rev.), Dean of Clonmacnoise and Vicar of 
Trim, b. 14 Oct. 1794 ; m. 14 Aug. 1826, Harriet, dau. of R. L. 
Edgeworth, of Edgeworthstown (see that family), and d.s.p. 
17 July, 1862. 

3. Thomas Lewin, Capt. 7gth Highlanders, d.s.p. 1848. 

4. Whitwell, of Staffordstown, co. Meath, J.P., b. 1799, m. 1833, 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Paine Garnett, of Arch Hall, co. 
Meath (see that family). She d. May, 1865. He d. 12 July, 1877, 
leaving issue, 

1. Whitwell, of Staffordstown, d. 16 Nov. 1881. 

2. Richard John, of Staffordstown, b. 1840 ; d. 14 Oct. 1908 ; 
m. 1870, Georgina Eleanor, dau. of Charles Rothwell, of Kells. 
She d. 1888, leaving, with other issue, a son, 

(i) Richard John. b. 1879 J m. i Sept. 1909, Grace, dau. of 
George Ernest Engelhart. 

(1) Synolda, m. 5 Aug. 1903, Rev. Arthur Cowan Digby 
French, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Digby French. Vicar 
of Market Weighton, Yorks. 

(2) Ethel Georgina, m. 23 Oct. 1911, Edward Apsley Parker 
White, M.R.C.V.S. 

i. Mary. 2 . Elizabeth. 

5. Edward (Rev.), m. ist, 1830, Henrietta, dau. of Henry Skryne, 
of Warleigh, Somersetshire, by whom (who d. in 1832) he had a son, 

1. Bagot, d. an infant. 

He m. 2ndly, in 1853, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of William Wood- 
ville, by whom (who d. in 1845) he had a son, 

2. William Theobald, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, 6. 1838, m. 1872, 
Anne Robina, dau. of Maj. Brickenden, and d. 1845. 

The Rev. E. Butler m. srdly, 1846, Blanche, dau. of Philip 
Perring, of Devon, by whom (who d. 1867) he had a son, 

3. Edward. 

He m. 4thly, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Rothwell, of Rock- 
field, co. Meath, by whom he had issue, a dau., 

i. Dorothea. 
He d. Feb. 1877. 

6. John, of Maiden Hall. m. n Oct. 1854, Mary, dau. of Robert 
Barton, of Greenhill, co. Kilkenny, and d. 1890, having had issue, 

1. Richard, b. 1858 ; d. Aug. 1877. 

2. George, of Maiden Hall, co. Kilkenny, J.P., High Sheriff 
1901 ; m. 25 Jan. 1898, Harriet Neville, dau. of Marshall 
Neville Clarke, of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary, and has 
issue with a dau., a son, 

Hubert Michael, b. 1900. 

i. Florence Elizabeth. 2. Harriet. 

1. Mary, d. 1865, unm. 
Dr. Butler d. in 1841, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THE REV. JAMES BUTLER, of Priestown, b. 1793 ; m. 1818, 
Isabella, eldest dau. of Thomas Rothwell, of Rockfield, co. 
Meath, and by her (who d. 1876) had issue, 

1. Richard, d. 1851. 

2. THOMAS, his heir. 

3. James, of Brownstown Park, co. Meath, b. 1823 ; m. 7 June, 
1864, Mary Elizabeth, only dau. of Tottenham Alley, of Hill of 
Ward, Athboy, co. Meath, and d. 1899, having had issue, 

i. JAMES TOTTENHAM, now of Priestown. 

1. Frances Isabel, m. 1896, Ernest Pitman, 2nd son of the 
late Sir Isaac Pitman. 

2. Augusta Madalene. 

1. Helena. 2. Matilda. 

3. Isabella. 4. Augusta, d. young. 

5. Emma, m. 3 Dec. 1889, Vincent Gernon, of Hammondstown, 

co. Louth, and d.s.p. 11 Nov. 1899. 
[ Rev. James Butler d. 1872, and was s. by his son, 

THOMAS BUTLER, of Priestown, co. Meath, b. 1822, d. unm., and 
I was s. by his nephew. 

Arms Or a chief indented az. three escallops in bend 
counterchanged, Motto Timor Domini fons vitae. 

Seats Priestown, co. Meath, and Altameenagh, co. Donegal. 
Club Sackville Street Dublin. 



BUTLER OF WATERVILLE, 

JAMES WHITWELL BUTLER, of Waterville House, 
co. Kerry, b. 19 Oct. 1897 ; s. his father 20 Nov. 
1905. 

Lineag-e. WHITWELL BUTLER, of Waterville, co. Kerry, 
youngest son of Theobald Butler, of Priestown, co. 'Meath (see 
that family), m. Belinda Yielding, and had issue, 
1. JAMES, his heir. 2. Whitwell. 

1. Ellen: 
The elder son, 

JAMES BUTLER, of Wateiville, co. Kerry, J.P. and D.L., m. 1817, 
Agnes, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Day, M.A , Rector of Kiltallagh, 
! co. Kerry (by Arabella, his wife, dau. of Sir William Godfrey, 
I Bart., of Bushfield (Kilcoleman), co. Kerry), grandson of Rev. 
j John Day, M.A., Chancellor of Ardfert, by Lucy his wife, 6th dau. 
] of Maurice FitzGerald, Knight of Kerry. She d. May, 1829. He 
j d. June, 1863, leaving issue, 

1. JAMES, his heir. 

2. John, d. unm. July, 1854. 

1. Arabella Agnes. 2. Belinda, d. unm. 

The elder son, 

JAMES BUTLER, of Waterville, J.P., b. 28 May, 1820; m. 28 Oct. 
1847, Anne Margaret, only dau. of Roger Gre^n Davis, of Killeagh, 



Butler. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



co. Cork, son of William Davis, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Roger 
Green, ol Ypughal. She d. 30 March, 1903. He d. 26 Oct. 1887, 
having had issue, 

1. JAMES EDWARD, late of Waterville. 



. 

2. Theobald, b. 8 Aug. 1857 ; m. ig Oct. 1880, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Richard Bayley, of Green Park, Kilmallock, and has had issue, 

James Bayley, d. young. 

Theobald FitzWalter, b. 1894. 



i. James B 
2. 

1. Elizabeth Susan Aileen. 

2. Arabella Agnes Muriel. 

3. Gwenda Mary. 



4. Synolda. 



3. John Edward, b. 15 Nov. 1858 ; d. 2 Nov. 1880. 

1. Elizabeth Agnes. 

2. Belinda Beatty, m. 22 June, 1875, her cousin, Rev. William 
Spotswood Green, C.B. (1907) M.A., H.M.'s Inspector of Fisheries, 
Ireland, only son of Charles Green, of Youghal, co. Cork, J.P., 
and has issue. 3. Mary Pratt. 

4. Agnes Arabella, d. unm. 30 Jan. 1909. 

5. Margaret Mackenzie John. 
The eldest sou, 

JAMES EDWARD BUTLER, of Waterville House, co. Kerry, J.P., 
High Sheriff 1892, b. 23 Jan. 1856 : m. 24 Feb. 1897, Mary Goyne 
(Waterville House, co. Kerry), eldest dau. of William Goyne Stevens, 
and d. 20 Nov. 1905, leaving issue, 

1. JAMES WHITWELL, now of Waterville. 

2. John Hubert, b. 27 July, 1900. 

3. Edward Vincent, b. 25 Jan. 1902. 

1. Arabella Agnes. 

2. Mary Rosellen, 1 . 

8. Belinda Yielding, /twins. 

Arms See BUTLER of Priestown. 

Seat Waterville House, Waterville, co. Kerry. 



BUTLER. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, BUTLER, Bart., 
LANESBOROUGH, E., MOUNTGARRET, V., 
and ORMONDE, M. 

BUTLER-CREAGH. See CREAGH. 

BUTLER-KEARNEY. See KEARNEY. 

BUTLER-STONEY. See STONEY. 

BUTLER. See WOOLSEY-BUTLER. 

CARY-CADDELL OF HARBOURSTOWN. 

AGNES MARY, MRS. 
CARY-CADDELL, of 
Harboursto wn. co. 
Meath, only surviving 
dau. and co-heir of 
Admiral Arthur William 
Jerningham, and Sophia 
Mary Margaret his wife, 
of Harbourstown, sister 
and heir of Robert 
Caddell, of Harbours- 
town, b. 6 Jan. 1838 ; 
s. her mother, 18 Oct. 
1899 ; m. 3 Oct, 1865, 
Stanley Edward George 
Gary, of Follaton, 
Devon, J.P. (see that 
family), and by him 
(who d. to July, 1902) has had issue, 

1. GEORGE STANLEY, Lieut. Royal Irish Rifles, b. iq Sept. 1867, 
m. 16 Dec. 1895, Lisette, 3rd dau. of Lord Fitzwarren Chichester, 
brother of the Marquess of Donegall (see BURKE'S Peerage), and 
d.s.p. 4 April, 1896. 

2. Francis Joseph, b. i July, 1878. 

1. Cecilia Mary, m. 24 April, 1893, Thomas Boylan, of Hilltown, 
co. Meath, and has issue. 

2. Bertha Mary Winifred. 

Mrs. Gary assumed by Royal Licence, 5 May, 
1900, the additional name and arms of CADDELL. 




Lineage. JOHN CADDELL, of the Naule, made his will 29 Sept. 
1581, proved 31 Jan. 1581-2, in which he mentions, " Richard 
Caddell, late of Harbourstown." 



THOMAS CADDELL, of Harbourstown, co. Meath, mentions in his 
will, proved 25 Jan. 1588, his cousin Richard Caddell, of the Naule, 
his uncle Richard Caddell, and his late brother Edward Caddell 



and Mary Cusack, his widow. He m. Ann, sister of Walter Brett, 
and had issue, 

1. Robert, his heir, living 1588 and 1596 ; and dead before 1607. 

2. John, living 1588 and 1596 ; and dead before 1607. 
1. Margery, m. John Field. Both living 1588. 
PATRICK CADDELL, of Harbourstown. His son, 

RICHARD CADDELL, of Harbourstown, was a Capt. under Lord 1 
Gormanstown in 1641. He made a settlement of his Harbourstown. 
estates, 14 CHARLES I (1639) on his grandsons Richard and his 
brother. He was still living 1663. He had a son, 

Robert, who d.v.p. before 1639, leaving two sons, 

r. Richard, on whom his grandfather settled his estates in 
1639. He was dead in 1663. 
2. J AMES, of whom presently. 
His grandson, 

JAMES CADDELL, of Timoolo, co. Meath, who was aged 7 at the 
Rebellion in 1641, the son of Robert Caddell, claimed the Harbours- 
town estates in the Court of Innocents, 6 Nov. 1663 (14 CHARLES II> 
but apparently did not get possession. He m. Aminetta, sister of 
James Barnewall, of Bremore. He d. 1678. His will dated 9 Sept. 
1678, was proved 12 Nov. following. He had issue, 

1. RICHARD, of whom presently. 

2. John. 3. Robert. 
4. Mathew. 5. Thomas. 

The eldest son, 

RICHARD CADDELL, of Harbourstown, co. Meath, m. Oct. 1693. 
Margery, dau. of Thomas Plunkett, of Tulchanoge, co. Meath. 
He d. 1742, leaving issue, 

1. THOMAS, of whom presently. 

2. Richard, m. Elinor, dau. of Killikelly, but d.s p. 

3. Robert, d. unm. 

1. Mary, d. unm. 

2. Frances, m. 3 June, 1744, Luke Plunkett, of Portmarnock. 

3. Bridget, m. 26 April, 1735, William Plunkett. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS CADDELL, of Harbourstown, m. about 1726, Celia, 
dau. of Iriel Farrell, of Cambo and Cluniquin, co. Roscommon, and! 
Sarah his wife, dau. and heir of Ulick Burke, of Clare, co. Galway. 
She d. 19 April, 1748. He d. March 1765, leaving issue, 

1. Richard, b. 1728, s. by devise to the estates in Sligo, Ros- 
common, and Galway of his uncle James Farrell, of Killmore, CO- 
Roscommon, and assumed in consequence the name of FARRELL.. 
He d. unm. 1811. 

2. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

1. Mary Ann, m. 1754, John Nugent, Count Nugent, Col. in. 

the Austrian service, brother of Gen. Count James Nugent, 

Chamberlain to the Empress Maria Teresa. She d.s.p. 1794. 
The younger son, 

ROBERT CADDELL FARRELL, of Harbourstown, co. Meath, s. his- 
brother 1811, and also assumed the name of FARRELL, b. Sept. 
1729 ; m. 13 July, 1765, Ann, dau. of Walter Blake, of Oranmore,. 
co. Galway, and Bridget, his wife, dau. of Denis Daly, of Raford, 
co. Galway. She d. 1791. He d. 23 Feb. 1818, leaving issue, 

1. RICHARD O'FERRALL, of whom presently. 

1. Celia, m. 22 Mar. 1794, Charles Picault, of San Domingo, and 
d.s.p. 

2. Bridget, m. 22 May, 1795, William Dardis, of Giggenstown,. 
Westmeath, and had issue, two sons and three daus., all of whom, 
d. unm. 

3. Rose, m. 1798, William Macdonald, and had issue, a dau. 
The only son, 

RICHARD O'FERRALL CADDELL, of Harbourstown, co. Meath,. 
b. 6 June, 1780 ; m. Sept. 1806, Hon. Paulina Sr thwell, dau. of 
Thomas Arthur, Viscount Southwell. She d. 5 Ma. 1856. He d_ 
3 J an. same year, leaving issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir. 

1. SOPHIA MARY MARGARFT, late of Harbourstown. 

2. Cecilia, b. 1812 ; d. un<n. 1877. 

3. Paulina, a nun, b. 1817. 
The only son, 

ROBERT CADDELL, of Harbourstown, co. Meath, High Sheriff 1873,. 
b. 1810 ; d. unm. 1887, and was s. by his sister, 

SOPHIA MARY MARGARET MRS. JERNINGHAM, of Harbourstown. 
co. Meath, dau. of Richard O'Ferrall Caddell, of Harbourstown,. 
and sister and heir of Robert Caddell, of Harbourstown, last male 
heir of his family. She was b. 23 May, 1809 ; m. 19 April, 1836, 
Admiral Arthur William Jerningham, son of William Charles. 
Jerningham and nephew of George William, Baron Stafford 
(see BURKE'S Peerage). Admiral Jerningham d. 24 Nov. 1889.. 
She d. 18 Oct. 1899, having had issue, 

1. Paulina, a nun, at Newhall, b. 1837 ; d. 4 Feb. 1868. 

2. AGNES MARY, now of Harbourstown. 

3. Cecilia Mary, b. 1842 ; m. 30 April, 1862, Capt. Iltyd Thomas- 
Mansel Nicholl, R.N., 2nd son of the Right Hon. John Nicholl,. . 
P.C., M.P. of Merthyr Mawr, co. Glamorgan. Capt. Nicholl d.. 
17 Dec. 1885. She d. 15 Feb. 1879, leaving issue (see that family). 
Arms Arg. on a bend sa. three roses of the field (CARY) ; on 

an escutcheon of pretence quarterly ist and 4th arg. fretty gu. on 
a chief vert a lion rampant or (CADDELL) ; 2nd and 3rd arg. three- 
lozenge-shaped arming-buckles tongues fesswise gu. (JERNINGHAM). 
Seat Harbourstown, Balbriggan, co. Meath. Residence 10,. 
Manson Place, Queen's Gate, S.W. 



ROPER-CALDBECK OF MOYLE PARK. 

WILLIAM CALDBECK ROPER CALDBECK, of Moyle- 
Park, co, Dublin, J.P., Major (retired) 5th Batt* 
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, B.A, Trinity Coll. Dublin,, 



IRELAND. 



Canning. 



c lied to the bar of the Inner Temple 1896, served 
L S. African War, b. 28 Jan. 1855 ; m. i Dec. 1898, 
/ ice Mary, youngest dau. of Jasper Young, of 
C irroch, New Galloway, N.B., and 74, Gloucester | 
I Dad, S.W., and has issue, 

1. WILLIAM NOEL, 6. 19 Dec. 1902. 

2. George Reginald, b. 3 May, 1904. 

3. Arthur Terence, b. 16 June, 1906. 

4. Harry Bertram, &. 15 May, 1911. 

1. Julia Christian Dora, b. 21 Sept. 1900. 

Lineage (of ROPER). WILLIAM ROPER, oi Blitterlees, m. 23 
N >v. 1727, Elizabeth Sealby. and had issue, 

1. Thomas, bapt. 13 April, 1729 ; d. at Blitterlets, 14 Jan. 1799, 
aged 70. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

3. Joseph, bapt. 1737. 

1. Mary, bapt. 3 Feb. 1733. 

The 2nd son, 

JOHN ROPER, of Kingsidehill, bapt. 9 May, 1730, was bur. 10 

O :t. 1788, aged 58, and left, by Frances his wife (who d. 24 Jan. 

1815), with two sons, Thomas and John, who d. in infancy, a son, 
WILLIAM ROPER, of Kingsidehill, bapt. at Blitterlees, n June, 
'77, and was bur. there 26 April, 1833, aged 56, and left by 
.therine Penny his wife (who d. 24 Jan. 1845) a son, 
THOMAS ROPER, of Moyle Park, Clondalkin, co. Dublin, J.P., 
29 Aug. 1819 ; m. 29 Aug. 1850, Dora, dau. of Francis Cope 
aldbeck, and d. 27 Aug. 1887, having by her (who d. 12 June, 
18s) had issue, 

WILLIAM CALDBECK, now of Moyle. 

Annie Frances, m. 28 Jan. 1875, Major Cecil Murphy, R.A., and | 
has issue, i. Lionel ; 2. Lewis ; 3. Cecil ; and i. Dora. 

Lineage (of CALDBECK). WILLIAM CALDBECK, of Clondalkin, 
nd Larch Hill, Whitechurch, co. Dublin, King's Counsel, Col. of 
ic Lawyers' Artillery Volunteers, at the time of the Rebellion, and 
'reasurer of King's Inns, m. Anne Keatinge, and d. 6 Sept. 1803, 
ged 70, and was bur. at Clondalkin, having^by her (who d. 21 June, | 
$21, aged 76) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. 

2. Frederick, m. Eliza Pearson, niece or grand-niece of Bishop ' 
Pearson, and had issue, 

1. William, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, of Moyle Park, d. unm. 
leaving the property to his cousin WILLIAM CALDBECK ROPER- 
CALDBECK, now of Moyle Park. 

2. Richard, d.s.p. 
i. Fanny, d. unm. 

3. Harry, went abroad and was not h*ard of again, 
lie eldest son, 

WILLIAM CALDBECK, m. Doira, dau. of Francis Graham, of New 
arns, West Mailing, Kent, and sister of Anne, wife of Joseph 
ulton (see below) and had issue, 

1. William Eaton, of Lisburn, co. Antrim, b. 1787 ; m. 4 March, 
1808, his first cousin, Amelia (or Emelia) Boyd, dau. of the late 
Joseph Fulton, of Lisburn. She d. 31 Jan. 1870, aged 82. He d. 
25 Sept. 1858, leaving issue, 

i. William Eaton, High Sheriff co. Dublin 1844, bapt. 18 

Aug. 1815 ; d. 21 Sept. 1855. 

2i Joseph Fulton, bapt. 4 June, 1819 ; d. i Aug. 1840. 

3. Thomas Fulton, of Eaton Brae, co. Dublin, J.P., High Sheriff 
1871, b. 1821 ; m. 1851, Charlotte, dau. of William Stewart, 
M.D., of Lisburn. She d. 2 Feb. 1897. He d. 1891, having 
had issue, 

William Eaton, m. 1890, Sara, dau. of J. Watkins, and d. 
1896, leaving issue, 

1. Thomas Fulton, b. 9 Aug. 1894 I d. 8 April, 1910. 

2. William Eaton, b. 24 May, 1896. 

1. Charlotte Hannah, b. 14 Sept. 1891. 

2. Sarah Frances, b. 2 Sept. 1892. 

1. Anne Fulton, bapt. 29 July, 1811 ; m. William Grieg, of 
Derryvolgie, Lisburn, who d.s.p. 21 March, 1839. 

2. Dorothea, d. young, 21 April, 1837. 

3. Emily, bapt. 18 Jan. 1823 ; d. 1909 ; m. 26 Feb. 1851, 
Lieut.-Col. Charles William Thompson, s8th Regt., of Ballyherin, 
co. Donegal, who d. 30 Dec. 1881, leaving issue, 

(1) Charles, d. May, 1861. 

(2) Evelyn, d. 18 March, 1868. 

(i) Amy, m. 4 Aug. 1874, Hon. Walter C. Pepys, son of the 
Earl of Cottenham, and d. 7 July, 1908, having had issue (see 
BURKE'S Peerage). 

4. Elizabeth, d. 7 April, 1835. 

2. FRANCIS COPE, of whom we treat. 
The younger son, 

FRANCIS COPE CALDBECK, was given the freedom of the City of 
Dublin in 1817, m. Anne Curran, niece of the Right Hon. Sir John 
'hilpot Curran, Master of the Rolls, and by her (who d. 27 Jan. 
867) had issue, a son and a dau., 
William Francis Cope, m. Annabelle, dau. of S.Hugo, and had issue, 

1. William Cope, Lieut. 87th Regt., b. 15 Dec. 1867 ; d. 1895. 

2. Francis Curran. 

i. Florence, m. 1894, Surg.-Major Walter Stafford. 
DORA, m. 29 Aug. 1850, THOMAS ROPER, of Moyle Park (see 
above), and had issue, WILLIAM CALDBECK ROPER CALDBECK. 
now of Moyle Park. 

Seat Moyle Park, Clondalkin, co. Dublin. Residence Lenwade 
Lodge, Great Witchingham, Norfolk. Clubs Junior United 
service, S.W. j University, Dublin ; and Norfolk (Norwich). 




CALDWELL OF NEW GRANGE. 

CHARLES HENRY BUL- 
WER CALDWELL, of New 
Grange, co. Meath, High 
Sheriff 1902, b. 3 June, 
1863 s. his uncle 1896. 

.Liineage. The family is of 
Scottish origin. ANDREW CALD- 
WELL, b. 1683 ; m. 1706, Catherine, 
sister of the Right Hon. Charles 
Campbell, M.P., of New Grange, 
co. Meath, and d. 1731, leaving 
a son, 

CHARLES CALDWELL, of Dub- 
Jin, Solicitor to the Customs, b. 
14 June, 1707 ; m. 1732, Elizabeth, -, 
dau. of Benjamin Heywood, of 
Liverpool, by Anne his wife, sister 
of General Arthur Graham, ot 
Armagh, and by her (who d. 19 
Nov. 1792) had, with other issue, 

1. Andrew, of Cavendish Row, Rutland Square, Dublin, Barris- 
ter-at-Law, b. 19 Dec. 1733 ; d.s.p. 2 July, 1808. 

2. Charles, of Liverpool, b. 1737 ; d. 10 Jan. 1814, leaving issue, 

1. George (Rev.), Fellow of Jesus Coll. Cambridge ; m. 4 Dec. 
1817, Harriot, youngest dau. and, in her issue, co-heiress of Sir 
William Abdy, 4th bart. of Felix Hall, Capt. R.N., and had 
issue. 

2. William, of Kingston, Jamaica, Member of the House oi 
Assembly, d. 29 Jan. 1819. 

1. Anne, m. George Dunbar, 2nd son of Sir George Dunbar,Bart. 

2. Harriot. 

3. BENJAMIN (Sir), of whom presently. 

4. Ponsonby, b. 26 Nov. 1746 ; d. 7 Nov. 1819. 

1. Amelia, m. 22 Jan. 1761, George Cockburn. 

2. Catherine, m. Phineas Riall, of Heywood, co. Tipperary. 

3. Mary Elizabeth, m. 26 Jan. 1768, Jacob Sankey, of Coolmore, 
co. Tipperary. 

Mr. Caldwell d. 1776. The 3rd son, 

ADMIRAL SIR BENJAMIN CALDWELL, G.C.B., b. 31 Jan. 1738-9 ; 
m. 7 June, 1784, Charlotte, dau. of Admiral Henry Osborn, Vice- 
Admiral of England (a younger son of Sir John Osborn, ist bart. 
of Chicksands Priory, co. Bedford), and d. 1820, having by her 
(who d. 22 Sept. 1819) had a son, 

CHARLES ANDREW CALDWELL, of New Grange, co. Meath, b. 
25 March, 1785, who m. r Dec. 1808, Charlotte Ann, 2nd dau. and, 
in her issue, co-heiress of Sir William Abdy, 4th bart. of Felix 
Hall, Capt. R.N., and d. n Feb. 1859, having by her (who d. 29 
March, 1858) had issue, 

1. CHARLES BENJAMIN, late of New Grange. 

2. James Thomas, Commander R.N., b. 28 Dec. 1810 ; d. at 
Paris, Aug. 1849. 

8. William Charles, late Capt. 4 7th Regt., b. i May, 1812 ; d. 
29 Oct. 1877. 

4. Henry, Commodore R.N., C.B., A.D.C. to the Queen, m. 
16 June, 1858, Mary Eleanor, youngest dau. of William Earle 
Lytton Bulwer, of Heydon Hall, Norfolk, and d. 7 April, 1868, 
leaving issue, 

i. CHARLES HENRY BULWER, now of New Grange. 

1. Mary Elizabeth Abdy, m. Capt. H. A. F. Merewether, and 
has a dau., Irene. 

2. Emily Charlotte Ernestine, m. Col. H. Cooper, and has one 
son, Derek, and a dau., Barbara. 

3. Henrica Eleanor, m. 28 June, 1899, Col. Edward Augustine 
Earle Bulwer, youngest son of Gen. Lytton Bulwer, C.B. (see 
that family). 

1. Mary Catherine. 2. Charlotte Louisa. 

The eldest son, 

CHARLES BENJAMIN CALDWELL, of New Grange, co. Meath, late 
Capt. gist Regt., b. 9 Oct. 1809 ; m. 13 Dec. 1868, Sophia Frances 
eldest dau. of Hon. Wm. Cust, Commissioner of Customs (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, BROWNLOW, E.). She d. 28 Jan. 1908. He d.s.p. 
16 Jan. 1896. 

Arms (H. Coll.) Or, three piles sa. the centre one charged with 
a wreath of oak of the field, the others each with a fountain and in 
base four barrulets wavy alternately gu. and vert. Crest Issuant 
from a naval crown or, a demi lion, the dexter paw grasping a 
scymitar ppr. pommel and hilt gold, the sinister resting on an anchor 
erect, also ppr. Motto Ense libertatem petit inimico tyrannis. 

Seat New Grange, Slane, co. Meath ; New Grange Lodge, 
Bray, co. Wicklow. Residence The Cedars, Windlesham, Surrey. 



CANNING OF ROSSTREVOR. 

THE HON. ALBERT STRATFORD GEORGE CANNING, 
j of The Lodge, Rosstrevor, co. Down, J.P. and D.L.- 
i Londonderry, J.P. co. Down, author of various 
j prose works, b. 24 Aug. 1832. Mr. Canning is the 
i younger son of George, ist Baron Garvagh (who d. 20 
\ Aug. 1840), and Rosabelle Charlotte Isabella his 
i wife (who d. 23 Dec. 1891), dau. of Henry 
Bonham, M.P. 

Lineage, Arms, &c. See BURKE'S Peerage, GARVAGH, B. 

Residence The Lodge, Rosstrevor, co. Down. Club Carlton. 



Canning. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 




CANNING. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, GARVAGH, B. 



DE BURGH-CANNING. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, 
CLANRICARDE, M. 



GARDEN OF BARNANE. 

ANDREW MURRAY 
GARDEN, of Barnane, 
co. Tipperary, J.P., 
High Sheriff 1888, late 
Capt. Royal Horse 
Artillery, b. 4 Aug. 

1853- 

Lineage. JOHN GAR- 
DEN, of Templemore, co. 
Tipperary, settled there about 
1650, m. Priscilla, dau. of 
John Kent, of Poleran, co. 
Kilkenny, Collector of Water- 
ford. She d. 1735 (will 
proved 9 Dec. 1735). He d. 
1728, aged 105 (will proved 
3 Sept. 1728), having had, 
with several daus., 

1. JONATHAN, of Barnane. 

2. John, of Templemore, 
ancestor of the GARDENS, 
Baronets of Templemore, 
and the GARDENS of Fish- 
moyne (see that family). 

3. William, ot Lismore, Queen's Co., m. Gertrude, dau. of Richard 
Warburton, of Garryhinch, and d. 1760, leaving issue. 

The eldest son, 

JOHNATHAN GARDEN, of Barnane, co. Tipperary, which he acquired 
by indenture 17 June, 1701, from Stephen Moore, of Kilworth, co. 
Cork. He is mentioned as eldest son in an unproved will of John 
Carden, his father, dated 12 Feb. 1717. He d.v.p. 1703 (will proved 
12 April, 1703) and left by Bridget his wife (who m. 2ndly, John 
Barry) a son, 

JOHN GARDEN, of Barnane, J.P., who came of age n May, 1720, 
mentioned in the will 1717 of his grandfather. He m. (setts, dated 

15 Jan. 1725) Anna Sophia, youngest dau. of Andrew Roe, of Roes- 
green, co. Tipperary, and d. intestate, 6 June, 1771 (admon. 2 Aug. 
1771) having had issue, 

1. JOHN, of whom presently. 

2. Frederick, d. before 1768. 

3. Jonathan, d. before 1768. 

4. Nicholas, living 1790, left issue. 

5. Leonidas, living 1765. 

1. Sophia, m. (setts, dated 30 Dec. 1783) William Chadwick, of 
Ballinard, and d. Sept. 1825, aged 82 (see that, family). 
The eldest son, 

JOHN GARDEN, of Barnane, sometime Lieut. R.A., b. 1731 ; m. 

16 April, 1765, Elizabeth, dau. of Moore Disney and d. 31 Aug. 
1789, having had issue, 

1. Andrew, b. 1768 ; d.v.p. 10 Oct. 1786, s.p. 

2. JOHN, of whom presently. 

3. Jonathan, d. unm. 

4. Washington, Capt. 3oth Regt., ^.31 Dec. 1844, leaving issue. 
1. Elizabeth, m. William Jones. 

The elder surviving son, 

JOHN GARDEN, of Barnane, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1796 ; m. 
21 Nov. 1809, Ann, only dau. and heiress of Henry Rutter, of Lin- 
coln, and d. 22 March, 1822, having had issue, 

1. JOHN RUTTER, his heir. 

2. Henry, b. 16 July, 1814 ; d. an infant. 

3. ANDREW, of whom presently. 

4. Lionel (Rev.), b. 22 April, 1817 ; m. 2 Sept. 1845, Lucy Law- 
rence, youngest dau. of William Young Ottley, F.R.S. She d. 
22 May, 1907. He d. 20 Sept. 1851, leaving issue, 

i. Lionel Edward Gresley, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 

Plenipo^en ia^y in H.M.'s Diplomatic Service, b. 15 Sept. 1851 ; 

m. 15 Feb. 1881, Anne Eliza, dau. of John Lefferts, of Flatbush, 

Long Island, U.S.A. 

i. Edith, d. young. 2. Lucy Anne. 

3. Alice Maria Fraser. 

5. Charles Wilson, Capt. 36th Herefordshire Regt., b. 9 Sept. 1818, 
m. Jane, dau. of Edward Bolton King, D.L., of Chadshunt, co. 
Warwick. She d. 5 Sept. 1903. He d. 24 Nov. 1894, having had 
issue, 

1. Charles Edward, b. 3 Aug. 1856 ; m. Eliza Wyrill, and has issue. 

2. Alfred, Lieut. 2nd W.I. Regt., b. n June, 1859, drowned at 
sea, 10 March, 1883. 

3. Eustace, b. 29 Dec. 1863 ; m. Lilias Markham, and was 
drowned at sea, 9 June, 1897, leaving issue 

4. John, C.M.G., Col. and Commandant Northern Rhodesian 
Police, b. 13 May, 1870; m. 25 Oct. 1909, Susan Ellen, dau. of 
late Drury Wake, of Pitsford House, Northampton (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, WAKE, Bart.), and has issue, 

Andrew, b. 4 Aug. 1910. 



9 6 

2. Georgiana Anne, d. young. 



i. Eveleen. 

3. Bertha. 

4. Maud, m. 13 July, 1897, William Thurnall, of Kettering, and 
has issue. 

5. Catherine Octavia, m. ist, 17 Oct. 1888, Capt. Charles 
Gustavus Whittaker Edward_-s, 58th Regt., of Sealyham, Pem- 
brokeshire, who d.s.p. 7 May, 1902. She m. andly, 4 Oct. 1905, 
Victor James Higgon, J.P., 2nd son of Capt. Higgon, R.A., of 
Scotton. and has issue. 

6. James (Rev.), M.A. Oxford, b. 6 Oct. 1819 ; d. unm. 18 Feb. 

1883. 

1. Anna Frances, m. 13 Oct. 1838, Robert Burrowes, of Stradone, 

co. Cavan, and d. 1902, leaving issue (see that family). He d. 30 

Nov. 1881. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN RUTTER GARDEN, of Barnane, J.P., D.L., b. 5 Feb. 1811 ; 
d. unm. 1866, when he was s. by his brother, 

ANDREW GARDEN, of Barnane, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1873, 
Capt. 6oth Rifles, b. 28 Sept. 1815 ; m. 4 Aug. 1847, Anne, eldest 
dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sackville Hamilton Berkeley, and had issue, 

1. William Berkeley, R.E., b. 25 Feb. 1852 ; d. unm. 16 March, 
1873. 

2. ANDREW MURRAY, now of Barnane. 

3. Sackville Hamilton, Rear-Adml. R.N., b. 3 May, 1857 ; m. ist, 
1878, Maria Louisa, dau. of Loftus J. Nunn, late Capt. ggth Foot. 
He m. 2ndly, 8 May, 1909, Henrietta, eldest dau. of W. English 
Harrison. 

4. Arnold Philip, County Inspector R.I.C., b. g Feb. 1859 ; m. 
Eva, dau. of Robert Hamilton, and has issue. 

5. Louis Peile, Lieut.-Col. R.A., b. 10 Sept. 1860 ; m. Mary 
Elizabeth, dau. of James MacCarthy Monogh, of Innishbeg, co. 
Cork, and has issue, a dau., Eileen Annie, b. 21 June, 1899. 

6. Lionel Berkeley, b. 17 May, 1863 ; m., and has issue, 
settled in U.S.A. 

7. John Rutter, Major isth Ludhiana Sikhs, b. 7 July, 1867. 

1. Mary Rutter, m. April, 1875, Capt. James Ogilvie Dalgleish, 
2gth Regt., and has issue. 

2. Florence Annie, m. 4 Oct. 1887, Rev. John Newman Lombard, 
M.A., Rector of Balrothey, co. Dublin. 

3. Florence Maud, d. an infant. 4. Rosa, d. an infant. 
Capt. Carden m. 2ndly, 21 June, 1876, Clara Maria (who d.s.p, 
1902), dau. of Hon. Edward de Moleyns, and widow of R. J. 
Berkeley, Q.C., and d. 27 Nov. 1876, when he was s. by his son. 

Arms Arg., a lozenge gu., between three pheons sa. Crest A 
pheon sa. Motto Fide et amore. 

Seat Barnane, near Templemore, co. Tipperary. Clubs 
Naval and Military and Kildare Street. 



CARDEN OF FISHMOYNE. 

RICHARD GEORGE GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, co. 
Tipperary, J.P. and D.L., b. 8 June, 1866; m. 24 
Nov. 1897, Isabel Frances, only surviving child of 
the late John Toler, of 22, Lower Fitzwilliam Street, 
Dublin, and has issue, 

RICHARD HENRY LOWRY, b. 14. Dec. 1900. 

Isabel Hester Louise, b. 5 May, 1899. 

Lineage. JOHN CARDEN, of Templemore, 2nd son of John 
Carden and Priscil'a Kent (see CARDEN of Barnane), who m. 
Rebecca, dau. of Paul Minchin, of Ballynakill, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, ancestor of CARDEN, Bart., of Templemore Abbey (see 
BURKE'S Peerage and Baronetage). 

2. MINCHIN, of whom hereafter. 

3. Paul. 
The 2nd son, 

MINCHIN GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, m. 23 Feb. 1749, Lucy, dau. 
of Richard Lockwood, of Cashel, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 2. RICHARD, s. his brother. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Hamilton Lowe, of Brookbill, co. Tipperary, 
The elder son, 

JOHN GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, m. ist, 1785, Sydney, dau. of 
Arthur Graham ; and andly, 1789, Eliza, dau. of Theophilus Bolton, 
but had no issue. He d. 19 July, 1794, and was s. by his brother, 

RICHARD GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, an officer in the i2th Regt. of 
Dragoons, m. 6 May, 1785, Jane, dau. of Very Rev. Dixie Blundell, 
Dean of Kildare, and had a son, 

RICHARD MINCHIN, his heir. 
Mr. Carden d. Feb. 1812, and was s. by his son, 

RICHARD MINCHIN GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, J.P. and D.L., b. 
i July, 1799 ; m. 2 Aug. 1821, Emily Henrietta, only dau. of Major 
Battier, 5th Fusiliers, and had issue, 

1. Richard William Thomas, b. 1822 ; d.v.p. 1838. 

2. John Batier, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1824 ; d.v.p. 1858. 

3. HENRY ROBERT, late of Fishmoyne. 

4. Edward Arthur, b. 18-27 ', d. 1845. 

5. Sydney, Lieut. Royal Artillery, &. 1828 ; d. 1851. 

6. Minchia, b. 1829 ; d. 1847. 

7. William Joseph, Chief Paymaster and Hon. Col. Army Pay 
Department, b. 17 March, 1833 ; m. ist, 1859, Florence Marsh, 
who d. 1862, leaving a dau., 

i. Florence. 

He m. 2ndly, 1864, Anne, widow of Bulwer Headly, and by her 
(who d. 8 Jan. 1896) had issue, 



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1. Sydney Arthur, b. g June, 1865. 

2. John Minchin (Mildura, P.O., Murray River, Victoria, 
Australia), b. Dec. 1866 ; m. 13 Dec. 1892, Alexandra Louisa, 
dau. of the Hon. R. J. Handcock, son of 3rd Baron Castlemaine, 
and has issue, 

Brian Craven, b. Aug. 1899. 
2. Kathleen Lloyd. 

He m. srdly, 3 April, 1897, Mabel Ellen, only dau. of Col. George 
W. Rippon, late Chief Paymaster Army Pay Department, and d . 
18 May, 1904. 

J. Harriette Emily, m. 10 March, 1863, Arthur William Knox- 
Gore, Lieut.-Col. North Mayo Militia (d. 31 Jan. 1885), 2nd son of 
Sir Arthur Knox-Gore, ist bart. of Belleek Manor, co. Mayo. 
2. J ane Rosetta, d. unm. 

Mr. Carden d. n May, 1873, and was s. by his eldest surviving 
son, 

HENRY ROBERT GARDEN, of Fishmoyne, J.P. and D.L., Lieut.- 
Col. in the Army, formerly /7th Regt., b. 28 June, 1826 ; m. 10 
Aug. 1865, Louisa Harriet, 2nd dau. of Hans Hamilton Woods, of 
Milverton Hall and Whitestown House, co. Dublin, J.P. and D.L., 
and has issue, 

1. RICHARD GEORGE, now of Fishmoyne. 

2. Henry Hamilton Woods, b. 17 Aug. 1870. 

3. John St. Leger Taylour, b. 31 March, 1872 : d. 24 July, 1891. 

1. Louisa Emily May". 

2. Evelyn Frances, m. 17 Sept. 1904, Loftus Otway Clarke (see 
CLARKE of Graiguenoe Park). 

Lieut.-Col. Carden served throughout the entire Crimean campaign. 
He received the Crimean medal and three clasps, was a Chevalier of 
the Order of the Legion of Honour, the Order of the Mejidie, and 
Turkish medals. He d. 15 Dec. 1880, and was s. by his eldest son. 
Seat Fishmoyne, Borrisoleigh, co. Tipperary. Clubs Kildare 
Street, Dublin, and Piccadilly, London. 



GARDEN. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, GARDEN, Bart. 



CAREW OF BALLINAMONA PARK. 

ROBERT THOMAS CAREW, of Ballinamona Park, 
co. Waterford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1891, 
Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Waterford Art. S. Div^ 
R.A., late-Capt. 6th Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 22 May, 
1860; m. ist, 4 Aug. 1887, Constance Charlotte 
Mary, dau. of Major-Gen. William Creagh, Bombay 
Staff Corps, and grand-dau. of Gen. Sir Michael 
Creagh, K.H., and by her (who d. 15 Oct. 1900) has 
issue, 

ROBERT JOHN HENRY, 6. 7 June, 1888, Lieut, ist Batt. Royal 
Dublin Fus. 

He m. 2ndly, 30 Oct. 1905, Mary, dau. of late Major 
Purcell O'Gorman, 9Oth Light Infantry, and some- 
time M.P. for Waterford. 

Liineag-e. THOMAS CAREW, of Ballinamona, co. Waterford, 
2nd surviving son of Robert Carew, of Castleborough, co. Wexford, 
and brother of Robert Carew, M.P. for Waterford 1740, who d.s.p., 
and of Shapland Carew, of Castleboro. grandfather of Robert Snap- 
land, rst Lord Carew. He was M.P. for Dungarvan and High 
Sheriff of Waterford 1742, b. n Aug. 1708 ; m. 12 Nov. 1715, Eliza 
Rickarda, dau. of James May, of Mayfield, by Letitia his wife, 
dau. of William, ist Viscount Duncannon, and had issue, 

1. ROBERT THOMAS, his heir. 

2. John Mutlow, m. Miss Jones, of Mullinabro. 

3. Ponsonby, m. Miss Giles. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Richard Chartres. 

2. Letitia, m. Rev. John Kennedy, of Fethard Castle, co. Wexford. 
The eldest son, 

ROBERT THOMAS CAREW, of Ballinamona, M.P. Dungarvan, 
High Sheriff Waterford 1779, b. 22 May, 1747 ; m. 4 July, 1771, 
Frances, dau. of Thomas Boyse, of Bishop's Hall, co. Kilkenny, 
and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Robert Shapland, b. 25 Aug. 1777 ; Capt. in the i8th Hussars, 
killed at Vittoria, June, 1813. 

1. Margaret, m. Robert Hunt, of Sidbury House, Devon. 
Mr. Carew d. 11 April, 1834, and was s. by his son, 

THOMAS CAREW, of Ballinamona, J.P., D.L., b. 23 Aug. 1775 ; 
m. 8 April, 1807, Jane, eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir John Alcock, 
Knt., of Waterford, and by her (who d. 1857) had issue, 

1. ROBERT THOMAS, his heir. 

2. John Henry Alcock, Capt. 95th Regt., b. 2 Feb. 1819 ; d. 1869. 
1. Jane. 2. Frances, d. 1883. 3. Marianne. 

4. Henrietta, m. 22 Aug. 1842, Thomas Edward Ivens. 

5. Margaret, m. 22 April, 1842, James .Anderson, of Grace Dieu, 
Waterford, who d. 1867, and had issue (see that family). 

Mr. Carew d. 4 Oct. 1853, and was s. by his eldest son, 

ROBERT THOMAS CAREW, of Ballinamona, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1866; m. 28 July, 1859, Henrietta, eldest dau. of Richard 
Clayton Browne-Clayton, J.P., D.L., of Adlington Hall, co. Lan- 



caster, and Carrigbyrne, co. Wexford, and d. 20 Jan. 1886, having 
by her (who d. 8 June, 1884, aged 53) had, 

1. ROBERT THOMAS, now of Ballinamona Park. 

2. Richard Clayton, of Ballindud, Waterford, J.P. (United 
Service Club), Lieut. R.N. (retired list), Capt. late Reserve of 
Officers, b. 20 Aug. 1861 ; m. 14 April, 1891, Catherine, dau. 
of Capt. Edward Croker, I7th Leicestershire Regt., of Chelten- 
ham, and has issue, 

Reginald Lionel Otho, b. 10 Jan. 1892. 
Catherine Henrietta Rosalie, b. 31 Dec. 1894. 

3. Ponsonby May Lynn, b, 13 April, 1865 ; Major, late 2oth 
Hussars and Royal Warwickshire Regt. (Cavalry Club) ; m. 
ist, 9 June, 1894, Jane, dau. of Rev. Cyril Stacey, and by her 
(who d. IT Aug. 1896) had issue, 

Mary Gladys, b. n Nov. 1895. 

He m. 2ndly, 6 Jan. 1010, Vida Hope Carmichael, dau. of Lieut.- 
Col. Robert Story, of Bingfield, co. Cavan. 

4. Bampfylde Leonard, b. 21 April, 1868 ; Major, late 4th Dragoon 
Guards, m. 18 Aug. 1909, Jeanne Ethel, dau. of Col Frank Walker, 
of Turf Moor, New Brighton, Cheshire. 

1. Catherine Jane, m. 1890, Charles Orby Shipley, and has issue 
(see SHIPLEY of Twyford Moors). 
Seat Ballinamona Park, Waterford. 



CAREW. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, CAREW, B. 



CARLETON OF CLARE. 

COLONEL HENRY 
AUGUSTUS CARLE- 
TON, of Clare, co. 
Tipperary, and Green- 
fields, co. Cork, Major 
1 2th Bengal Cavalry, 
b. 6 May, 1858 ; m. 
29 Jan. 1895, Mar- 
guerite Sophia, dau. 
of the late Gabriel 
Eynard, of Les Genets, 
Canton de Vaud, Swit- 
zerland, and has issue, 

HENRY, b. 1896. 

Lineage. FRANCIS 
CARLETON, of Cork, b. 1713 ; 
3rd son of John Carleton, 
of Darling Hill, High Sheriff 
for Tipperary 1717 ; whose 
pedigree is registered in 
Ulster's Office-. Dublin Castle ; m. 1737, Rebecca, dau. of Hugh 
Lawton, of Castle Jane, co. Cork, and by her (who d. Feb. 1797) 
he left issue at his decease, 1791, 

1. HUGH, b. ii Sept. 1739, who became Lord Chief Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas, and was created BARON CARLETON of 
Anner, 1789, and VISCOUNT CARLETON of Clare, 1797. He m. 
ist, 2 Aug. 1766, Elizabeth, only dau. of Richard Mercer, of 
Dublin ; she d.s.p. 27 May, 1794. He m. 2ndly, Mary Buckley, 
and dau. of Abednego Matthew, M.P. ; she d.s.p. 13 March, 1810. 
Lord Carleton d. 1826. 

2. Francis, of Green Park, co. Down, m. Dorcas, dau. of Roger 
Hall, of Narrow Water, and d.s.p. 1829. 

3. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. Mary, d. 1769. 2. Isabella, d. 1771. 

3. Rebecca, m. 18 Sept. 1770, Hugh Millerd ; d.s.p. July, 1804. 

4. Sarah, d. 1766. 5. Grace, m. Sampson Jervois, and d.s.p. 
The 3rd son, 

JOHN CARLETON, of Dublin, m. Aug. 1776, Elizabeth, dau. and 
heir of Thomas Hodgson, of Dublin, and d. intestate 1781, leaving 
issue, 

1. FRANCIS, of Clare. 1. Rebecca, d. unm. 

2. Dorothea, m. Edward Reeves, of Ballyglissane, co. Cork. She 
d. 1855, and left issue. 

The only son, 

FRANCIS CARLETON, who s. to the estates of his uncle, Viscount 
Carleton, of Clare, was b. 6 Aug. 1780, and was formerly of the loth 
Hussars ; he m. 9 Sept. 1809, Charlotte Molyneux (who d. Dec. 
1874), eldest dau. of George Molyneux Montgomerie, of Garboldis- 
ham Hall, co. Norfolk, descended from Hugh, ist Earl of Eglinton, 
and d. 26 Jan. 1870, having had issue, 

1. HUGH FRANCIS, late of Clare. 

2. HENRY ALEXANDER, late of Clare. 

3. Frederick, b. 23 July, 1821 ; d. unm. 15 May, 1867. 

4. Percival Augustus, b. 7 April, 1825 ; Capt. ist Surrey Militia, 
served in the Anglo-Turkish Contingent ; m. 21 April, 1865 , 
Susan Georgiana, dau. of Charles Hare, of Wormley, Herts . 
and d. 13 Dec. 1869, leaving a dau., 

Frances Laura, m. 23 Feb. 1897, Major Arthur M. Connolly, 

Royal Marines. 

1. Mary, m. 1838, Auguste de Mont Richer, of the Chateau de 
Lully, Morges, Switzerland, who d. 1864, leaving issue. " 
2 July, 1898. 2. Sophia. 

G 




She d. 



Carleton. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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The eldest son, 

HUGH FRANCIS CARLETON, of Clare, co. Tipperary, and Green- 
fields, co. Cork, b. 1810 ; m. 30 Nov. 1859, Lydia (who d. 1892), 
dau. of Ven. Henry Williams, Archdeacon of Waimate, New Zea- 
land. He d.s.p. 14 July, 1890, and was s. by his brother, 

GEN. HENRY ALEXANDER CARLETON, C.B., of Clare, co. Tipperary, 
and Greenfields, co. Cork, Gen. and Col. Commandant of the Royal 
Artillery, b. 28 Feb. 1814 ; s. to the family estates of his great-uncle 
Hugh, Viscount Carleton, of Clare, co. Tipperary, and Greenfields, co. 
Cork, by deed of conveyance from his father in 1867 ; m. 22 Dec. 
1855, Elizabeth, dau. of Armor Boyle, of Dundrum, Ireland, and by 
her (who d. i Aug. 1878) had issue, 

1. HENRY AUGUSTUS, now of Clare. 

2. Montgomery Launcelot, b. 4 June, 1861, Col. Royal Artillery; 
m. 16 Dec. 1908, Marguerite Helen, 3rd dau. of Sir Lionel 
Edward Darell, 5th Bart, (see BURKE'S Peerage), and has issue, 

Guy, b. 1909. 

3. Hugh Dudley, D.S.O., b. 24 Dec. 1865, Maj. 2nd W. India 
Regt, m. ii Aug. 1904, Lady Jane Edith Seymour (Raglcy Hall, 
Alcester, Warwickshire], youngest dau. of Hugh de Grey, 6th, 
Marquess of Hertford (see BURKE'S Peerage). He d. 9 Aug. 1906, 
leaving issue, a son, 

Henry Hugh Seymour, b. 26 May, 1906. 

4. Frederic Montgomerio, D.S.O., late Maj. King's Own (4th 
Res;t.), (15, Tite Street, Chelsea. Club United Service), b. 21 July, 
1867, m. 20 Nov. 1899, Emma Gwendolen Priscilla, eldest dau. 
of Sampson S. Lloyd (see LLOYD of Dolobran), and has issue, 

1. Guy, b. 18 April, 1902. 

2. John Dudley, b. 29 Aug. 1908. 
i. Claire Emilia, b. 5 Dec. 1901. 

1. Mary, m. 3 Nov. 1885, Capt. John Brinkley, N. Stafford 
Regt., Chief Constable of Warwickshire, and has issue (see BRINK- 
LEY of Portland). 

2. Edith Charlotte. 

8. Alice, m. 21 Oct. 1890, John Stratford Dugdale, K.C., and has 

issue. 

Gen. Carleton served under Sir Colin Campbell (afterwards created 
Lord Clyde, against the frontier tribes at Peshawur in 1851, and 
afterwards in 1858, commanded the Bengal Artillery Division of 
the siege train at the siege and capture of Luoknow. He also 
commanded the Artillery at the action of Nawabgunge Barabunkee, 
in June, 1858. He d. 22 Feb. 1900, and was s. by his eldest son. 

Arms Arg., on a bend sa. three mascles of the field. Crest 
Out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's head arg. the horn twisted, of 
the first and second. Motto Nunquam non paratus. 

Residence Steeple Aston, Oxon. Club Cavalry. 



CABLETON-L'ESTBANGE. See L'ESTBANGE. 



CABMICHAEL-FEBBALL. See FEBBALL. 



CABB, FOBMEBLY OF ABNESTOWN. 

EDWARD THOMAS WHITMORE CARR, of Camlin, 
co. Wexford, 6. 1888. 

Lineage. WILLIAM CARR, of Stonehouse, co. Waterford, 
which he acquired by deeds dated 13 and 14 Oct. 1727, left a son, 

GEORGE CARR, of Stonehouse, whose will was proved 25 April, 
1748 ; m. Elizabeth, only dau. of Thomas Bowers, of Rath- 
curb y. by Aphra, dau. of Boyle Maunsell, of Gallskill, co. Kil- 
kenny, and had two sons, 

1. William, disinherited by his father. 

2. THOMAS, his heir. 

THOMAS CARR, of Stonehouse, whose will was proved 8 Nov. 
1776, m. ist, a dau. of _Gen. Edward Whitmore, Governor of Long 
Island, and had a son, " 

1. EDWARD, hh heir. 

He m. 2ndly, Frances, dau. of Nathaniel Boyse, of Bannow, co. 
Wex r ord (see that family), and by he^, who d. April, 1781, had a 
son and two daus., 

2. George, of Bannow, d s.p. 9 Jan. 1824. 

1. Frances Anne, d. unm. Jan. 1840. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Oct. 1789, Simon Osbo ne, of Annefield, co. 
Kilkenny. 

REV. EDWARD CARR, B.A. (Dub.) 1770, Rector of Kilmaco-.v, 
co. Kilkenny, d. 2 Jan. 1815 ; m. Jan. 1773, Sarah, dau. of George 
Forster, of Thomastown, co. Kilkenny, and by her, who d. Oct. 
1837, aged 85, had three sons and three daus., 

1. George Whitmo e (Rev.), of Ardross, co. Wexford, d. 27 Jan. 

1849; m. Charlotte, dau. of William Shaw, of Sandpitts, co. 

Kilkenny (see SHAW, Bart., 1821), and by her, who d. 6 July, 

1848, a eel 63, had three sons and six daus., 

1. George, C.B. 1861, Col. Madras Army, b. 1806; d. 1902 ; 
m. Cecilia Elizabe'h, widow of Rev. Charles Few trill Wylde. 

2. William Pa'rick, b. 1814, d. 1861 ; m. 1848, Elizabeth, 
dau. of John French, and had three sons and four daus., 

(1) George Whitmore, b. 1849 ; m. Emily Smithers, and has 
a son, George. 

(2) Edward Charles, 6. 1856. 



(3) Henry Gre: ory Dunlop, b. 1858. 

(1) Anna Hawthorne. 

(2) Emilv Cha lotte, m. Frederick Pollen, I.C.S. 

(3) Lizzie Hawthorne\ . 

(4) Mary Meredith } twlns ' 

3. Edward Charles, b. 1817, d. unm. 6 Oct. 1837. 

1. Charlotte, d. 28 April, 1891 ; m. 16 Auir. 1830, Gen. 
Michael William Smith, C.B. (see CUSACK-SMITH, Bart.). 

2. Sarah Drake, d. 15 March, 1895; m. 1833, Edward Carr, of 
Camlin (see below). 

3. Emily Leslie, d. 13 Jan. 1886; m. Richard Lett, of Bal- 
loughton, co. Wexford. 

4. Elizabeth Frances, d. 1863 ; m. Col. John Wilson. 

5. J ane Cath erine, d. 1862; m. Anthony Walsh, Lieut. i7th 
Regiment. 

6. Eleanor Tottenham, d. 1854; m. 1848, Edward Kough, of 
New Ross. 

2. EDWARD, of Arnestown, of whom presently. 

3. Thomas, m. 24 June, 1805, Eleanor Colclo igh, and had one 
son and three daus., 

i. Edward (Rev.), LL.D. (Dub.), Rector of St. Helens, b. 
1809, d. 1886; m. ist, Anne, dau. of Rev. J. Cooper, Rector 
o c Kilaman, and had issue. He m. 2ndly, 8 Nov. 1876, Hon. 
Mary Louisa, sister of Samuel, 8th Viscount Moles worth, s.p. 
The issue of the ist marriage was a son and a dau., 
George. Sarah, m. Dr. Long. 

1. Maria, d. 4 Nov. 1884; m. ist, John Hibbits; 2ndly, 27 
April, 1848, Edward Warner, of Highams, Essex, M.P. for 
Norwich (see WARNER, Bart.). 

2. Anne, m. Rev. J. Gallagher. 

3. Frances, m. Rev. George Herriot, Vicar of St. Anne's, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

1. Anne, m. James Braddell. 

2. Frances, d. 9 May, 1871; m. i April, 1801, Bernard Shaw(see 
SHAW, Bart., cr. 1821). 

3. Sarah, m. John Carroll, M.D. 

EDWARD CARR, of Arnestown, co. Wexford, d. 14 May, 1857- m. 
20 Oct. 1808, Maria, dau. of Samuel KongH, of New Ross, and by 
her, who d. 22 April, 1874, had nine sons and two daus., 

1. EDWARD, his heir. 

2. Thomas Kough, b. 1811 ; d. 23 Feb. 1869; m. 1837, Jane, 
dau. of George Kough, and had two sons and a dau, 

1. Edward, b. 1838. 

2. George Thomas, b. 1840. 

i. Hanna Cornelia, m. Alphonse Perrin, of San Antonio. 

3. George, b. 1814; d. 1886; m. 1848, Mary, dau. of Samuel 
Kough, and had with other issue d. young, 

1. Howard, Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C., b. 1863; m. 8 Jan. 1903, 
Harriet Constance, dau. of Thomas Kough, oi Newtown Villa, 
Kilkenny, and has issue. 

2. Hampden. 

i. Alice, m. 1884, William Crooke, I.C.S. 

4. William Wallis, b. 1861, d. 31 March, 1895 ; m. 1848, 
Arabella Susanna, dau. of William Clarke, and left issue. 

5. Elliott Elmes (Rev.), M.A. (Dub.), b. 1818, d. 26 Jan. 1908, 
Rector of Rathsaran ; m. 1850, Sydney Anne Watson, and le't 
issue, 

1. Edward, b. 1855. 

2. John Desrard, b. 1865. 

3. Percy, b. 1867. 

1. Sophia Matilda. 

2. Sydney Alice, m. 1898, C. Lett, of Enniscorthy. 

3. Isabel Veiling. 

4. Ella. 

6. Jonas King, b. 1820, d. 1907, Surgeon-Major R.A., m. ist, 
24 Oct. 1850, Jeanette, dau. of John King, 32nd Light Infantry, 
and had issue, 

1. Edward Elliott, C.B. (1900), Col. Comm. Royal Scots 
Fusiliers (The Spital, Paxton, Berwick-on-Tweed), b. 31 May, 
1854 ; . 18 Dec. 1883, Rosa Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. A. Hall, 
and has a son, 

Percy Wykeham King, 6. 18 Oct. 1884, Lieut. Seaforth 
Highlanders. 

2. William Henry, 6. 27 Jan. 1856 ; d. n April, 1856. 

3. Arthur Nisbet, b. 23 pril, 1859, Lieut.-Col. 3rd Bombay 
Cavalry. 

4. Charles Ernest, b. i May, 1861, late Lieut. Yorkshire L.I. 
. Frederick Gifford, b. 26 Aug. 1862. 

6. George Perceval, b. 10 March, 1864. 

1. Maria Augusta, m. Capt. Edwin Harris. 

2. Caroline Amelia. 

3. Jeanette. 

4. Mary Alice. 

He m. 2ndly, Fanny Rebecca, dau. of Major Ben% 3rd Nonhum- 
berland Fusiliers, and had a son, 

6. Francis Oxenham, b. 17 April, 1872, late Lieut. R.A. 
Hew. srdly, Charlotte, dau. of J. Brown Leman Tarrant, 
widow of Lieut. Samuel Hamilton, R.N., and had two son?, 

7. Harry Gardiner, b. 12 Feb. 1877, Capt. R.A. 

8. Stanhope Mason, b. 3 Dec. 1878. 

7. Nicholas Gifford, b. 1821, d.s.p. 26 April, 1903 ; m. ist, 1867, 
Sophy Sarah (d. 1880), dau. of Col. Packe, 2ndly, 1885, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Christopher Vero. 

8. Whitmore (Rev.), M.A. (Dub.), b. 1823, d. 1903; m. Emma 
Lofft, dau. of H. G. C. Blake, of Chichester, and had a son, 
Whitmore, and a dau. 

9. Henry, b. 1825, d. 1867; m. Chariot. e Shaw, dau. of Richard 
Lett, of "Balloughton, co. Wexford. She d. 18 Oct. 1907. 

1. Eliza, d. 1876 ; m. 1839, Rev. T. Uniacke Townsend, Rector 
of Inistioge (see TOWNSHEND of Myross Wood). 



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2. Sarah, d. 1855; m. n Nov. 1840, Capt. William George 
Beagin, 2nd Madras Native Infantry, and by him, who d. 24 
Dec. 1852, had issue, with two daus. 

1. Edward George Daves Beagin, 6. 10 Sept. 1841, Major 
Madras S.C. ; m. 1875, Kate, dau. of J. B. Ward, d.s.p. i Jan. 
1890. 

2. William Whitmore Beagin, b. 10 Oct. 1845, Lieut, sgth 
Re.-iment, settled in New Zealand. 

3. Arthur Hay Beagin, b. 24 Jan. 1850; m. Anna, dau. of 
John Roe, of Norwich. 

4. Alfred Henry Beagin, b. 16 May, 1851 ; m. 31 May, 1906, 
Edith Mary, dau. of Charles Seiby. 

EDWARD CARR, of Camlin, co. Wexford, b. 1809, d. i Nov. 
1892 ; m. 1833, Sarah Drake, dau. of Rev. George Whitmore Carr, 
of Ardross, and had three sons and a dau., 

1. Edward Michael, b. 19 Aug. 1843, d. g June, 1858. 

2. GEORGE WHITMORE, his heir. 

3. Elliott William Wilton, b. 1846, d. 3 April, 1899; m. 1878 
Eleanor Isabell, dau. of Thomas Goff, of Wexford, and by her, 
who d. 4 March, 1890, had issue, 

Edward, b. 1879. Eunice Cecilia Hawkshaw. 

1. Charlotte Catherine, m. 1881, Arthur B. Cherry, of New 

Ross. 

GEORGE WHITMORE CARR, o' Carnlin, b. 1846, d. 26 July, 1908, 
B.A. (Dub.), Barris.er, King's Inn?, Michaelmas, 1880; m. 1880, 
Susan, dau. of Thonas MacDowell, of Armagh, and had issue, 

1. EDWARD THOMAS WHITMORE, present representative. 

1. Helen MacDowell, d. 14 Feb. 1883. 

2. Dorothy Sarah. 

Arms (confi-med to Col. Edward Elliott Carr, C.B., and his 
descendants only) Per chevron gules and azure on a chevron 
berween three pheons argent as many estoiles sable. Crest A. 
stag's head erased ppr. attire:] or, and gorged with ihree rings of 
the last. Motto- Est nulla fallacia. 

Residence Camlin, New Ross. 



CARROL OF LISSEN HALL, AND 
TULLA HOUSE. 

ALICE ISABEL CARROL, of Lissen Hall and 
Tulla House, co. Tipperary, jointly with her sisters, 
MAUDE ROSE (Mrs. G. M. Angas), and FLORENCE 
KATE (Mrs. P. C. Scott), 5. their brother, 1897. 

Lineage. RICHARD CARROL left issue a son, 

JAMES CARROL, of Tulla, co. Tipperary, m. Elizabeth, dan. of 
William Carrol, of Balliecrenode, and with her acquired the lands of 
Listen or Kilkeary. His elder son, 

JAMES CARROL, of Tulla, to whom the lands of Lishenaclouta. 
Garrynamony, and others in the barony of Upper Ormonde, co. 
Tipperary, were granted 4 July, 1712, by his cousin Anthony Carrol, 
of Emell Castle. His commission as Captain in the army is dated 
1689. He d. intestate 1728 unm., and was s. by his brother, 

WILLIAM CARROL, of Tulla, Lieut, in Viscount Mountjoy's Regi- 
ment 1697, and d. 1749, leaving a son, 

WIU.IAM CARROL, of Tulla, an officer in the Army, m. Ellen, dau. 
of Dalton, and d. 1802, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, 01 whom presently. 

1. Margaret, m. Nugent, and had issue a son, Pierce, whose 
will is dated 19 July, 1739. 

2. Dorothy, m. about 1773, W. Griffin. 3. Catherine, d. unm. 
The only son, 

WILLIAM CARROL, of Lissen Hall and of Tulla, co. Tipperary, m. 
5 May, 1772, Susanna Parker, and d. 28 Feb. 1816, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM PARKER (Sir), of whom presently. 

2. John, will dated 6 Dec. 1842. 3. Morgan. 

4. Richard, Lieut.-Col. in the Portuguese service, served in the 

Peninsular War. His wife's name was Mary. 
The eldest son, 

LIEUT.-GEN. SIR WILLIAM PARKER CARROL, K.C.H., C.B., of 
Lissen Hall and Tulla House, co. Tipperary, sometime of the 
88th Connaught Rangers, Maj.-Gen. and Col. of the regiment of 
Hibernia in the Spanish service, Knight of the Order of Charles III 
of Spain, and many other orders, served with great distinction 
throughout the Peninsular War, and received the freedom of the city 
of Dublin, b. 27 Jan. 1776; m. 17 March, 1817, Emma Sophia, dau. of 
M. E. Sherwell, of Kew, Surrey. She d. July, 1819. He d. 2 July, 
1842, having had issue, 

1. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, his heir. 

2. John Egerton, b. 25 Jan. 1819 ; d. 30 May, 1852. 
The elder son, 

CAPT. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON CARROL, of Lissen Hall and Tulla i 
House, co. Tipperary, J.P., Capt. 35 th Regt. and Inniskilling 
Dragoons, b. 22 Dec. 1817 ; m. 10 Dec. 1862, Elizabeth Leslie, i 
dau. of the late Capt. Charles W. G. Griffin, R.N. She d. 23 June, I 
1887. He d. 6 Sept. 1895, having had issue, 

1. Hutchinson, b. 2 Aug. 1869 ; d. unm. ig Dec. 1887, v.p. 

2. EGERTON GRIFFIN, late of Lissen Hall. 

1. ALICE ISABEL, s. to Lissen Hall, jointly with her sisters 1897. 

2. MAUDE ROSE, m. 14 June, 1902, George Maxwell Angas, of the 
Manor, Wissendene, Rutland, and has issue, 

Rosaleen Maude, b. 15 March, 1903. 

3. FLORENCE KATE, m. n Nov. 1896, Philip Clement Scott, 
and has issue, 

Anthony Gerald O'Carrol, b. 22 June, 1899. 
The only surviving son, 




EGERTON GRIFJ-IN CARROL, of Lissen Hall and Tulla House, co. 
Tipperary b. 6 July, 1871 ; m. i Oct. 1896, Alice Caroline Mary, 
.-ird dau. of Capt. William Gibson, D.L., of Rockforest, co. Tipperary 
(see that family), and d.s.p. 22 Feb. 1897, when he was s. by his 
sisters. His widow m. 17 Sept. 1898, Capt. Henry Godfrey 
Howorth, R.A , eldest son of Sir Henry Hoyle Howorth, K.C.I.E., 
F.R.S. 

Seats Lissen Hall, Nenagh, and Tulla House, both co. Tip- 
perary. 



CARROLL OF ASHFORD. 

ALEXANDER ERNEST 
CARROLL, of Munduff, 
Ashford, co. Wick- 
low, b. 1870 ; m. 1897, 
Margaret, 3rd dau. of 
Thomas Henderson, 
by whom he had 
issue, 

Ellen Beatrice Mary, b. 

1898. 

Lineage. ALEXANDER 
CARROLL, of Dublin, whoss 
will, dated 9 May, 1768, was 
proved 28 June following, 
left by Anne his wife, sister 
of William Fairbrother, 
three sons, 1. GEORGE ; 2. 
Coote ; and 3. Alexander ; 
and four daus., 1. Mary ; 2. 
Anne, m. Philip Perceval ; 
3. Prudence ; and 4. Sarah. 
The eldest son, 

GEORGE CARROLL, of Great 
Denmark Street, Dublin, 
J.P. and High Sheriff co. 
Wicklow 1772 ; m. 1769, Jane Irvine, and by her (who d. 1801} 
he had three sons, 

1. ALEXANDER, of Mountjoy Square, Dublin, J.P., High Sheriff 
co. Wicklow 1821 ; d.s.p. 1856. 

2. GEORGE, of Thorp Arch, co. York, and Munduff, co Wicklow 
b. 1774 ; m. 1806, Frances, only child of Richard Hodsden, of 
Woldmgham, Surrey, and his wife, Dorothy Lister, of Woodhouse 
near Halifax, who was directly descended, in the female line, 
from the ancient family of STERNE of Elvington and Woodhouse 
of which were Richard Sterne, D.D., Archbishop of York in the 
time of CHARLES II, and the Rev. Laurence Sterne, M.A., author 
of The Sentimental Journey. She d. 1849. He d. 1848, leaving issue 

1. COOTE ALEXANDER, of Ashford, Wicklow, b. Nov. 1812 
educated at Eton ; High Sheriff 1862, J.P. Wicklow and W.R' 
York ; m. Nov. 1843, Elizabeth, dau. of William Tayler, of 
Torr, Devon, who d. June, 1863. He d.s.p. 1886. 

2. Richard Sterne, of Tolston Lodge, Tadcaster, Major and West 
York Militia, J.P. for W.R. York, b. 1814 ; m. Dec. 1863, 
Louisa, youngest dau. of Sir Henry Boynton, gth bart of 
Barmston, co. York ; and d.s.p. May, 1879. 

3. George Frederick, of Ashford, Wicklow, b. 1817 ; d.s.p. 1889. 

4. Francis Rawdon, b. 1821 ; d. Jan. 1868. 

3. STANFORD, of whom presently. 
He d. 1816. The youngest son, 

STANFORD CARROL, of Bellpark, co. Wicklow, and Vane Street. 
Bath, an officer ist Dragoon Guards, m. ist, Louisa, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Heathcote, of co. Stafford, by whom he had two sons, who 
d.s.p. He m. 2ndly, 1822, Catherine Maria, dau. of John Benett, 
LL.D , Rector of Donhead, St. Andrew, Wilts, and of Ower Moigne, 
co. Dorset, son of Thomas Benett, of Norton Bavant, and Pythouse' 
Wilts, and d. 1846, having by her (who d. 1869) had issue, 

1. FREDERICK (Rev.), late of Ashford. 

2. Alexander, d.s.p. 1855. 

1. Catherine Maria, b. 1823 ; d. unm. 1893. 
The elder son, 

REV. FREDERICK CARROLL, of Ashford and Munduff, co Wicklow, 
and of Woodhouse, Halifax, co. York ; M.A. (Cantab.), Vicar of 
Tallington, Linclon, 1861-94, b. 23 Dec. 1827 ; m. 1851, Ellen 
Charlotte, 4th dau. of Henry Sankey, R.N., cf Preston House, Kent, 
and Green Park, Bath, and d. 15 May, 1899, having by her (who d. 
1885) had issue, 

1. Stanford Henry, b. 1854 ; d. 1856. 

2. FREDERICK HARRY, of Munduff, Ashford, Wicklow, late Capt. 
Connaught Rangers, b. 1855 ; d. 2 June, 1908. 

3. Henry Arthur Edward, b. 1861 ; d. 1862. 

4. Raymond John Hereward Wake, b. 1867. 

5. ALEXANDER ERNEST, now of Munduff, Ashford, Wicklow. 

1. Ellen Frances Katharine, b. 1852 ; m. 1887, Hugh Hamilton, 
3rd son of Col. Digby St. Vincent Hamilton, of Green Park, Bath. 

2. Ethel Lina Maude Mary, b. 1863 ; m. 27 Oct. 1891, Rev. J. D. 
Jones, Vicar of Saxilby, near Lincoln. 

Arms Per pale arg. and gu. two lions combatant counter- 
changed, supporting a sword erect in pale ppr. Crest On a 
stump of a tree sprouting ppr., a falcon rising per pale arg. and gu. 
belled and jessed or. Motto Flecti non frangi. 

Residence 7, Appian Way, Leeson Park, Dublin. 

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CARSON OF SHANROE. 

THOMAS CARSON, of Shanroe, co. Monaghan, late 
Capt. Royal Irish Rifles, J.P. co. Longford, 
B.A. Trin". Coll., Camb., b. 10 Jan. 1866; m. 
15 March, 1900, Annette Maude, youngest dau. of 
Col. W. H. King Harman, of Newcastle (sec that 
family], and has issue, 

1. THOMAS WENTWORTH, b. 8 Sept. 1906. 

1. Lilian Eleanor, b. 19 April, 1901. 

2. Marjorie Maude, b. 13 Sept. 1903. 

Lineage. The family of Carson has been settled in the co. 
Monaghan since the middle of the i7th century. On 2 July, 1667, 

JOHN CARSON, of Shanroe, in that co., purchased from Thomas 
Coote, of Cootehill, co. Cavan, the estate of Shanroe, which has 
passed in unbroken male descent to the present representative (vide 
SHIRLEY'S Monaghan, London ; 1877, Part II., p. 221). Mr. 
Carson's only son, ** 

THOMAS CARSON, of Feymore, co. Tyrone, who was the granting 
party in a settlement of 14 Nov. 1715, was then owner of Shanroe, 
amongst other lands thereby settled. On 25 June, 1706, he pur- 
chased from Richard Robinson, of Tullegoney, the lands of Silloo, 
co. Monaghan which still form part of the family estate. He 
endured the famous siege of Derry, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Joseph (Rev.), b. at Keilrunan, co. Tyrone, 1695 ; educated at 
Armagh under Mr. Martin, entered Trinity Coll. Dublin, it 
May, 1714, and was elected a scholar of the House in 1716. He 
was living in the co. Fermanagh in 1753, and 30 June, 1763, was 
collated to the Vicarage of Errigal Trough, Diocese of Clogher, 
where he d. 

The eldest son, 

REV. THOMAS CARSON, of Tyrone, was Curate of Errigal Trough, 
1713, subsequently appointed Rector of Finner, co. Donegal. In 
1724, he was granted premises in Ballyshannon by the Right Hon. 
William Conolly, which are still in the possession of his representa- 
tive. He m. (marriage articles dated 13 Nov. 1715) Catherine 
Robinson, and had issue, 

1. THOMAS (Rev.), his heir. 

2. Joseph, party to a deed of 6 Feb. 1746 ; d. 7 Oct. 1786. 
1. Elizabeth, living 2 April, 1734 ; d. 23 July, 1795. 

The eldest son, 

REV. THOMAS CARSON, of Ward House, co. Donegal, m. 7 Sept. 
1762, Mary, only dau. of James Dawson, of Kilmore, co. Monaghan, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. of George Scott, of Roagh, co. Monaghan, 
High Sheriff 1704, by Jane his wife, dau. of Ralph Barlow. By her 
(who m. 2ndly, 21 March 1770, Matthew Burnside, of Corcreevy 
House, co. Tyrone) he had issue, 

1. THOMAS (Rev.), his heir, 

2. Joseph, of the City ot Dublin, 6. 1765 ; m. 1797, Anne, dau. of 
J. Caldbeck, of Kilmashogue and Clondalkin, co. Dublin ; d. n 
April, 1802, leaving an only child, 

Dorothea, m. 1823, Edward Moore, of The Bawn, co. Tyrone 
(who d. Jan. 1859), and had issue. She d. 18 Nov. 1878. 
The eldest son, 

REV. THOMAS CARSON, Rector of Kilmahon, Diocese of Cloyne, 
and Domestic Chaplain to Murrough, 5th Earl of Inchiquin (his 
opinion seems to have been highly valued by Bishop Bennet, of 
Cloyne, one of whose letters to him is printed in BRADY'S Clerical 
and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Dublin : 1863, 
Vol. II., p. 279), b. Nov. 1763 ; m. 16 Sept. 1802, Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of Christopher Waggett, of Kitsborough, co. Cork, by Johanna 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Barkley, of Limerick, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Francis Fosberry, of Kilcooley, co. Limerick, co-heir 
with her sister Jane, wife of Parker Dunscombe, of her brother, 
William Waggett, Q.C., Recorder of Cork, by whom (who d. 14 
Nov. 1824) he had issue, 

1. THOMAS (Right Rev.), his heir. 

2. Joseph (Rev.), D.D., Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, 
b. 5 May, 1815 ; m. 21 July, 1841, Harriett, only dau. of William 
Pitt Blunden, of Wellington, co. Kilkenny, by Harriett his wife, 
only dau. of Thomas Pope, of Popefield, Queen's Co., and sister to 
Sir John Blunden, 2nd bart. of Castle Blunden, co. Kilkenny, and 
d. i Feb. 1898, having by her (who d. 28 June, 1884) had issue, 

i. Thomas Henry, Scholar, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, K.C. 
(6, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.), b. 24 Nov. 1844 : . 
ist, 15 Aug. 1876, Mary Sophia, dau. of Rev. Comyns Tucker, 
of Beech Hill, Morchard-Bishop, Devon. She d. 9 May, 
1879- He m. 2ndly, 12 April, 1887, Marie Louise Emma[ 
dau. of the late Albert Bernouilli Barlow, formerly of Le 
Havre, and has issue, Joseph Baldwin. 

1. Harriett, m. 26 Oct. 1865, John Henville Hulbert (d. 8 May, 
1908), of Aylwards, Middlesex, and had issue. She d. 14 Dec. 
1884. 

2. Elizabeth Sophia, m. 4 Sept. 1873, Ven. Robert Walsh, 
M.A., Rector of Donnybrook and Archdeacon of Dublin 
eldest son of Right Hon. John Edward Walsh, formerly 
Master of the Rolls in Ireland, and d. 28 Feb. 1893, leaving 
issue. 

3. Frances Anna, 

4. Maria Jane. 

5. Josephine Eleanor. 6. Alice Olivia. 

1. Maria, d. unm. Aug. 1830. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 25 Nov. 1841, James Colthurst (d. 1898), only 
surviving son of James Colthurst, Capt. 3rd Buffs, by Hester his 
wife, dau. of Sir Augustus Warren, and bart. of Warrenscourt 
(see BURKE'S Peerage], and d. 4 March, 1873, leaving issue. 

8. Anna, tit. 3 Feb. 1644 Rev. William Allen Fisher (d. 7 Aug. 



1880), Rector of Kilmoe, co. Cork, 2nd son of Joseph Devonshire 

Fisher, of Wbodmount, co. Waterford, and d. n Jan. 1900, 

leaving issue. 
Mr: Carson d. 30 Aug. 1816, and was s. by his eldest son, 

RIGHT REV. THOMAS CARSON, LL.D., Bishop of Kilmore, 
Elphin, and Ardagh, b. 27 Aug. 1805, Vicar of Urney and Anna- 
geliffe 1838, Rector of Cloon and Vicar-General of Kilmore 1854, 
Daan of Kilmore 1860 ; consecrated at Armagh 2 Oct. 1870 ; in. 
29 Sept. 1833, Eleanor Anne, eldest dau. of Robert Burton, of 
Dublin, by Elinor his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of William Williams, 
of Dublin, by Deborah T "" 
1859) he had issue, 

1. THOMAS WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. JOSEPH JOHN HENRY, of whom presently. 

3. Robert Burton (Rev.), Vicar of Haynes, co. Bedford, ex-Scholar, 
M.A. Trinity Coll. Dublin, b. 18 Sept. 1845 ; m. ist, 3 Nov. 1870, 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Rev. W. A. Fisher, and by her (who d. 
12 Oct. 1882) had issue, 

1. Thomas Allen, b. 29 Sept. 1871 ; m. 31 July, 1900, Emily 
Florence, dau. of the Rev. W. E. Hallam, Rector of Barnadiston, 
Haverhill, Suffolk. 

2. William Robert (Rev.), 6. 2 Aug. 1874 > d- unm. 21 Nov. 



youngest dau 
his wife, by 



whom (who d. 3 Jan, 



1903. 
3. Ro 
Assistant Curate of St. John the Evangelist, Clevedon, Somerset! 



lobert Burton Coleridge (Rev.), M.A. Oxon., b. 5 Oct. 



Mr. Carson m. 2ndTy, 14 June, 1887, Mary Catherine Eleanor, 
dau. of the late Rev. Brook Edward Bridges, by Louisa Ann his 
wife, dau. of Sir J. Osborn, of Chicksands Priory, Bart. He d. 19 
June, 1899. 

4. Henry Watters (Rev.), Rector of Santry, co. Dublin, ex- 
Scholar, B.D. Trinity Coll. Dublin, b. 13 July, 1847; m. 26 



_uiy, 

June, 1872, Isabel Ja'ne, dau. of Hon. Henry Martley, judge of 
the Landed Estates Court, Dublin, grandson of John Martley, of 
Ballyfallon, co. Meath, and d.$.p. i Sept. 1895. 

1. Eleanor Isabella. 

2. Elizabeth, d. unm. 27 May. 1865. 

3. Isabella Deborah, m. 25 Oct. 1871, Herbert Baldwin Colthurst, 
M.A., Barrister-at-Law (d. 21 Dec. 1906), and.has issue. 

4. Harriet Anna Mary, d. unm. 4 Oct. 1874. 

The Bishop d. 7 July, 1874, at Portrush, and was bur. within the 
walls of the ancient church of Ballywillan, near that place, and a 
stained glass window has been placed in the Bedell Memorial 
Cathedral, Kiimore, as a memorial of his episcopate. The eldest son, 

REV. THOMAS WILLIAM CARSON, of Shanroe, ex-Scholar and 
M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 20 Dec. 1834 ; became the represen- 
tative of this family on the death of his father, Right Rev. Thomas 
Carson, Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh, 1874. He d.s.p. 
23 Nov. 1895, and was s. by his brother, 

JOSEPH JOHN HENRY CARSON, J.P., co. Antrim, ex-Scholar 
M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Governor of the Bank of Ireland, 6.24 July, 
1837 ; m i July, 1862, Maria Alice, youngest dau. of Henry George 
Johnston, of Fort Johnston, co. Monaghan, J.P. and High Sheriff 
1859, by Maria his wife, dau. of Walter Young, of Monaghan, and d. 
3 Dec. 1907, leaving issue, 

1. THOMAS, his successor. 

2. Henry Johnston, b. 26 Nov. 1867 ; m. 14 April, 1909, Mona 
Beatrix Hulton, eldest dau. of the Rev. G. F. Sams, Rector of 
Emberton, and Rural Dean, and has issue, 

Beatrix Mary Johnston, b. 7 May, 1910. 

3. William Burton, b. 5 May, 1872 ; m. 10 Sept. 1897, Alice, dau. 
of Thomas Plunkett Cairnes, of Staineen, co. Drogheda, and has 
issue, 

1. Thomas Alan Cairnes, b. 7 Feb. 1906. 

2. Charles Gaussen Joseph, b. 13 Dec. 1908. 

1. Maria Elizabeth. 

2. Eleanor Louisa, d. unm. 26 Dec. 1882. 
Residence Cloncallow, co. Longford. 



CARTER OF SHAEN MANOR. 

GEORGE TILSON SHAEN 
CARTER, of Shaen Manor, 
co. Mayo, J.P.. b. 6 March, 
1848, educated at St. John's 
Coll. Oxford ; m. 1 5 April, 
1878, Eva Augusta, dau. of 
William French, of Ardsal- 
lagh, co, Meath, and by her 
(who d. 15 July, 1891) has 
issue, 

1. VICTOR TILSON ARTHUR SHAEN, 
(Shaen Lodge, Belmullet, co. Mayo), 
b. 3 June, 1879 ', m. 4 Sept. 1909, 
Wilfreda Christine, 2nd dau. of 
late Richard Davis, of Hove, 
Sussex, and has issue, 

Barbara Grace, b. 10 Aug. 1910. 

2. Ernest de Freyne Tilson Shaen, b. 5 Sept. 1883 ; d. Nov. 1883. 
1. Muriel Una Shaen, b. 7 Aug. 1881 ; m. 25 April, 1906, Cecil 
C. H. Moriarty, D.I., R.I.C. 

He m. 2ndly, 3 Oct. 1894, Grace, eldest dau, of 
Rev. D, Hughes, of Trinity House, Sudbury, 
Suffolk, late Vicar of Little Waldingfield. She 
d.s.p. ii June, 1908. 




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Lineage. THOMAS CARTER, of Robertstown, co. Meath, | 
Sergeant-at-Arms, a gentleman whose services at the Revolution j 
were very considerable, for he not only served King WILLIAM at 
the battle of the Boyne, but secured divers useful books and writings 
belonging to King JAMES and his secretaries; m. twice; by his j 
ist wife, Margaret Houghton, he was father of 

THE RIGHT HON. THOMAS CARTER. 

Mr. Carter m. andly, 2 Aug. 1702, Isabella, dau. of Matthew, 2nd 
son of Sir Matthew Boynton, Bart., of Barmeston, co. York, and 
widow of Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon (the Poet), but by 
her he had no issue. His son, 

THE RIGHT HON. THOMAS CARTER, Master of the Rolls, Sec- 
retary of State and Privy Councillor, 1732, of Robertstown and 
Rathnally, co. Meath, d. 1763 ; m. 1719, Mary, dau. and co-heiress 
(with her sister Frances, m. ist, the Earl of Rosse ; 2ndly, Viscount 
jocelyn, but who d.s.p.), of Thomas Claxton, of Dublin, and had 
issue, 

1. THOMAS, M.P. for Old Leighlin, m. Anna Maria, sister of Sir 
George Armytage, Bart, of Kirkless, co. York, and by her (who 
m. 2ndly, 18 Sept. 1766, John Nicholson, of Balrath, co. Meath, 
and had issue, one dau., MARY, m. Skeffington Thompson, of co. 
Meath, and had issue (see THOMPSON of Rathnally). 

2. HENRY BOYLE, of whom presently. 

1. Francis, m. ist, 27 Feb. 1749, the Right Rev. Philip Twysden, 
D.D., Bishop of Raphoe, by whom she had issue, on only dau., 
Frances, m. 4 March, 1770, George Bussey, 4th Earl of Jersey. 
Mrs. Twysden m. 2ndly, Gen. James Johnstone, Col. of the Scots i 
Greys. 

2. Susan, m. 21 April, 1743, Thomas Trotter, of Duleek, co. 
Louth, grandfather of Elizabeth, Marchioness of Thomond. 

3. Mary, d. unm. 
The 2nd son, 

HENRY BOYLE CARTER, of Castle Martin, Capt. in Col. Irwiu's 
Regt., m. 23 Feb. 1750, Susanna, dau. and co-heiress (with her 
sister, Frances, who m. i June, 1738, John Bingham, of Newbrook, | 

andfather of John Bingham, ist Lord Clanmorris) of Sir Arthur 
en, Bart., of Kilmore, co. Roscommon, and widow without 
issue of James Wynne, of Hazlewood, co. Sligo, and by her had issue, . 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Arthur, Col. i4th Dragoons, d. unm. 

3. Henry, Capt. Scots Greys, d.s.p. 

1. Mary, m. John Kirwan, of Castle Hackett, co. Galway. 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS CARTER, of Caatle Martin, b. 20 May, 1753 ; m. J an. 
1783, Catherine, dau. of Hon. John Butler, brother of Humphrey, 
ist Earl of Lanesborough, and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM HENRY, his heir. 

2. John, Admiral R.N., b. 1785, m. 1833, Julia Adery, dau. of 
William Payne Georges. Shed. 1868. He/7. 1863, having had issue, 

i. John Henry Stockmar, b. 30 March, 1834, killed in the 
trenches before Sebastopol, 2 May, 1855. 
v. William Henry, Capt. i6th Foot, b. 17 May, 1836 ; m. 1867, 
Louisa, dau. of H. Le Mesurier, of Quebec, and has issue, 

(1) Arthur Butler, b. 22 April, d. 18 July, 1872. 

(2) George Herbert, b. 21 Oct. 1873. 

(3) William le Mesurier. (4) Basil Brooke. 

(1) Julia Louisa Adery, m. Rev. Gustavus Nicholls, and has 
issue. 

(2) Lucy Florence. (3) Edith. 

(4) Ethel Maude, d. young. (5) Lilian May. 

3. Thomas Tupper CARTER-CAMPBELL, Col. R.E., assumed 
the additional name of Campbell 1893, b. 8 Feb. 1838 ; m. 15 
Sept. 1864, Emily Georgiana, of Possil, co. Lanark, and Ard- 
rishaig, co. Argyll, dau. of Gen. George Campbell, C.B., and d. 
14 Jan. 1900, leaving issue (see CARTER-CAMPBELL of Possil). 

4. Arthur Shaen, late Capt. sist King's Own Yorkshire L.I., 
b. 2 July, 1840. 

5. Albert Michael, late India Office, b. 16 April, 1842. 

6. Georges Crofton Collingwood, Commander R.N., b. 26 May, 
1845 ; d. 20 Oct. 1895. 

7. Butler Julius Septimus Octavius, Lieut, (retired) R.N., 
b. 5 Oct. 1846 ; m. Katherine, dau. of Rev. F. Blaydes. 

8. Augustus Cecil, b. 22 Aug. 1848 ; m. Mary, dau. of H. Jordan, 
and d. 17 July, 1894, leaving issue, 

(i) Georges. (2) Charles. (3) William. 

9. Charles Carre, Maj. R.E., b. 28 Oct. 1850; m. 1880, Ethel, 
dau. of J. Salter, and d. 18 Aug. 1888, leaving issue, 

John Fillis Carre, Lieut. 35th Sikhs, Indian Army, b. n 

Jan. 1882. 

i. Catherine Julia, m. William Mulcaster Freer, of Montreal, 
and has issue. 

3. Thomas, Capt. R.A., d.s.p. 

1. Margaret, m. James Hamilton, of Ballymacoll, co. Meath, 

leaving issue (see that family). 
The eldest son, 

WILLIAM HENRY CARTER, of Castle Martin, co. Kildare, J.P. 
and D.L., and High Sheriff 1817, b. 18 Dec. 1783, m. ist, 23 June, 
1809, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Francis Brooke, and sister of Sir Henry 
Brooke, Bart., of Colebrooke, co. Fermanagh, and by her (who d. 
2i March, 1820) had issue, 

THOMAS SHAEN, late of Watlington Park. 

Susanna, m. 26 Oct. 1846, Hon. Francis Sadleir Prittie, brother 

of Henry, 3rd Lord Dunalley, and left issue. 

Mr. Carter m. 2ndly, 10 June, 1846, Frances, sister of Robert, sth 
Earl of Mayo, but by her, who predeceased him, had no issue. Mr. 
Carter d. 6 July, 1859. His only son, 

THOMAS SHAEN CARTER, of Watlington Park, J.P., b. 10 Sept. 
1813 ; m. 21 July, 1842, Maria Susan, only surviving child and 
heiress of Col. John Henry Tilson, of Watlington Park, descended 
from Henry Tilson, Bishop of Elphin, temp. CHARLES I, and by 
her (who d. 23 Aug. 1868) had issue, 



1. HENRY TILSON SHAEN, of Watlington Park. 

2. GEORGE TILSON SHAEN, now of Shaen Manor. 

3. Thomas Tilson Shaen, b. 16 June, 1849 ; m. and d. in 
America 3 Nov. 1891. 

4. Arthur Tilson Shaen, Lieut. R.N., b. 14 Sept. 1851 ; m. 6 June, 
1885, Viola Alexandra, dau. of Denis Bingham, of Bingham 
Castle, and d. at Malta, n June, 1894, leaving issue, 

Claude. 

5. Francis Tilson Shaen, b. 24 Sept. 1852, Lieut. R.A., killed 
near Fermoy when hunting. 

6. Ernest Tilson Shaen, Lieut. Army Service Corps, killed by the 
Boers, b. 7 March, 1855. 

7. Basil Tilson Shaen (Rev.), Vicar of Watlington, b. 2 Feb. 1858 ; 
d. 1895. 

8. Gerald Tilson Shaen, b. 27 March, 1861. 

9. Lionel Tilson Shaen, b. 6 Jan. 1864 ; d. 13 Oct. 1867. 

1. Augusta Susanna Shaen, m. n Jan. 1866, George Milward, 
junr., J.P., of Lechlade Manor, co. Gloucester, and has issue. 

2. Elizabeth Sophia Shaen, m. Hugh Hamersly, and has issue. 
He d. 24 Oct. 1875, and was s. by his eldest son, 

HENRY TILSON SHAEN CARTER, of Watlington Park, i?th Lancers, 
b. 21 June, 1846; s. 1875; m. 9 July, 1867, Adelaide Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of Denis Bingham, of Bingham Castle, co. Mayo, J.P. 
He d.s.p. 9 March, 1882, and was s. by his brother. 

Arms Quarterly : ist and 4th, arg., two lions combatant sa. ; 
(CARTER) ; 2nd, vert a lion rampant or (SHAEN) ; 3rd, or on a bend 
plain cotised between two garbs az. a mitre of the field (TILSON). 
Crest A talbot passant arg, on a mural crown or, charged with 
three buckles az. Motto Victrix patientia duri. 

Seat Shaen Manor, Belmullet, co. Mayo. Residence 44, 
Tisbury Road, Hove, Sussex. 



CARY-CADDELL. See CADDELL,. 



CASEMENT OF MAGHERINTEMPLE. 

ROGER CASEMENT, of 
Magherin temple, co. An- 
trim, b. 30 Nov. 1850; 
m. 8 Feb. 1877, Susanna, 
dau. of James Beatty, 
C.K., and has issue, 

1. JOHN, Lieut. R.N., b. iq 

March, 1880. 



2. Francis, Capt. R.A.M.C. 

3. Ro 
India. 



3. Roger Hug 



p. .. 
h, P.W. 



Dept., 




4. Robert James. 

5. Edgar Reginald,' P.W. 
Dept., India. 
Lineage. This family 

migrated to Ireland from Ram- 
sey, Isle of Man, early in the 
i8th century, having originally 
been of French extraction. 

HUGH CASEMENT, m. 1740, 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Hig- 
ginson,of Masheragall. She d. 8 
July, 1801, aged 80. He d. 10 
July, 1797, aged 77, having had issue, 

1. George, Surgeon R.N., m. ist, Elizabeth Montgomery, and 
had two sons, 

1. JOHN MONTGOMERY, m. Mary, dau. of John McGildowny, 
and d. 1839, leaving by her (who d. in 1843), 

(1) EDMUND MCGILDOWNY CASEMENT, of Invermore, co. 
Antrim, J.P., b. 1812 ; d. unm. 1876. 

(2) George, Lieut. R.E. 

(1) Elizabeth, m. Capt. Gillespie, isth Hussars. 

(2) Mary, m. Henry Mills, and is dec. 

(3) Matilda, m. John W. Fulton, Barrister-at-Law, and is dec. 

(4) Jane, d. unm. (5) Grace, d. unm. 
(6) Anne, m. General M'CIeverty. 

2. William (Sir), K.C.B. 

Surg. George Casement m. 2ndly, Matilda Montgomery, and by 
her had two sons, 

3. George, Major in the Army. 4. Hugh, Lieut, in the Army. 

2. ROGER, of whom presently. 
The 2nd son, 

ROGER CASEMENT, of Harryville, co. Aatrim, m. ist, 17 , Cath- 
erine, dau. of Julius Cosnahan, of Peel, Isle of Man, and by her 
(who d. 1803) had, with other issue, 

1. THOMAS, his successor. 

2. Robert (Rev.), of Harryville, Ballymena, m. and d. leaving 
one dau., 

Fanny Waring. 

Mr. Casement m. 2ndly, 1819, Margaret, dau. of Andrew M'Quilty, 
and had by her (who d. Nov. 1877) further issue, 

?. George, of Fenagh, co. Antrim, Barrister-at-Law,^. unm. 1882. 

4. JOHN, late of Magherin tern pie. 

5. Julius, of Cronroe, co. Wicklow, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
J.P. cos. Antrim, Londonderry and Wicklow, High Sheriff 1877, 
b. 18.30 ; m. 1863, Maria Clarke, dau. of Rev. J. Lacy-Barnard, 
Rector of Powerscourt, and has issue, 

i. Roger, Major R.F.A., High Sheriff 1907, b. 24 Feb. 1864. 
m. 30 Aug. 1898, Catherine Isabella, dau. of Col. Charles George 
Tottenham, of Ballycurry, co. Wicklow (see that family). 



Cassan. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



102 



2. Joshua Bernard, Lieut. 2nd Durham Light Infantry, b. 16 | 
Sept. 1868; d. 29 July, 1894. 

3. Julius, Lieut. R.A., d.s.p. 3 Sept. 1896, aged 20. 

4. John Moore, Commander R.N., b. 13 Sept. 1877 ; rn. 6 Feb. ; 
1905, Annie M., dau. of F. T. Gervers, of Collingham Road, j 
S.W., and has issue, (i) a son, b. 30 July, 1907, and (2) a son, 
b. 16 Feb. 1910. 

1. Margaret, m. 25 April, 1900, Capt. Robert Mervyn 
Bermingham Otway-Ruthven (see that family). 

2. May. 3. Minie, d. unm. n March, 1901. 

1. Elizabeth, m. 1854, Moore Smith. 

2. Annie, m. ist, Thomas Luscombe, of Dublin ; 2ndly, Frederick 
H. Ross, County Inspector R.I.C., of Crowpark, Trim. 

Mr. Casement d. 19 May, 1832. His eldest surviving son, 

THOMAS CASEMENT, of Bailee House, co. Antrim, J.P., High 
Sheriff 1874, b. 19 March, 1799 ; m. 22 Sept. 1848, Dorinda Deborah, 
dau. of Thomas Abbot, J.P., of Mount Bellew, co. Galway, and d. 
ii June, 1874, leaving an only dau. and heiress, 

CATHERINE COSNAHAN, of Bailee House, m. 4 March, 1869, Col. 

Eldred Thomas Pottinger, R.A. 
His half brother, 

JOHN CASEMENT, of Magherintemple, co. Antrim, J.P., High 
Sheriff 1881, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 29 Nov. 1825 ; m. ist, 6 
Aug. 1849, Charlotte, dau. of Brabazon Newcomen, of Camla House, 
co. Roscommon, and by her (who d. May, 1857) had issue, 

1. ROGER, now of Magherintemple. 

2. Brabazon Newcomen, M.D., b. 19 Aug. 1852 ; d. Feb. 1910; 
m. 15 Sept. 1880, Henrietta Louisa, dau. of Rev. Thomas James 
Burke, Rector of Babcary, co. Somerset, and by her (who d. 1881) 
has a dau., 

i. Charlotte Mary. 

He m. 2ndly, 1884, Islet, dau. of Scott, of Kempsey, New 
South Wales, and has issue, 

1. Raymond. 

2, Margery. 

3. John, Rear-Admiral R.N., b. 22 July, 1854 '< m - Maria, dau. of 
the Right Hon. John Young. He d. 8 June, 1910, leaving issue, 
a dau., 

Charlotte. 

Mr. Casement m. 2ndly, 1859, Charlotte, dau. of Alexander Miller, 
of Ballycastle. He d. 13 Oct. 1902. 

Arms Erm., a lion rampant guardant ppr. charged with a 
mullet gu., and holding in the paws a sword erect also ppr. pomel ! 
and hilt gold, encircled round the point with a wreath vert, on a j 
chief embattled gu. a tower arg. between two elephants' heads 
erased or. Crest A mural crown gu. issuing therefrom a demi- i 
tiger rampant guardant ppr., charged with a mullet of the first ! 
and crowned with an Eastern crown or holding in the paws a sword \ 
erect ppr. pommel and hilt gold, the point encircled with a wreath j 
vert. Motto Dum spiro spero. 

Seat Magherintemple, Ballycastle, co. Antrim. 




relict of Benjamin Hunt, and dau. of William Mercer, of Fair Hill, 
co. Louth. Mr. Cassan d. 26 April, 1773, aged 48. Mrs. Cassan d. 
6 Feb. 1789. They had two sons and a dau., 

1. MATTHEW, his heir. 

2. Stephen, Barrister-at-Law, b. 2 Jan. 1757 ; m. 4 March, 1786, 
Sarah, only dau. and eventual heir of Charles Mears, Capt. of the 
" Egmont " ; and d. 26 Jan. 1794, leaving an only son, 

STEPHEN HYDE, M.A., F.S.A., Vicar of Bruton and of Wyke, 
Somerset ; m. 27 Dec. 1820, Frances, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 
William Ireland, M.A., Vicar of Fronie, and had at his decease, 
19 July, 1841, one son and three daus., 
(i) Algernon William, b. 18 July, 1822. 
(i) Gertrude Anne Caley. (2) Frances Alicia. 

(3) Floitnce Georgina. 

1. Alicia, m Rev. George Howse, M.A., Rector of Inch. 
Mr. Cassan was s. at his decease by his elder son, 

MATTHEW CASSAN, of Sheffield, b. 1754, High Sheriff 1783 ; 
Major in the Queen's Co. Militia ; m. ist, 18 May, 1776, Sarah (who 
d. 1815), 3rd dau. of Col. Forde, of Seaforde, co. Down ; and 2ndly, 
15 Sept. 1819, Catherine, dau. of John Head, of Ashley Park, co. 
Tipperary, but left at his decease, i Nov. 1838. issue only by the 
ist wife, one son, 

STEPHEN SHEFFIELD CASSAN, of Sheffield, J.P., Barrister-at- 
Law, b. 18 Oct. 1777 ; m. Aug. 1809, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of 
Edward Laurenson, of Capponellan, co. Kilkenny, and by her (who 
d. 1858) had issue, 

1. MATTHEW SHEFFIELD, late of Sheffield. 

2. Stephen Sheffield, dec. 3. Edward, dec. 

4. Arthur Moore 84th Regt., d. in India, 1847. 

1. Sarah Elizabeth, dec. 2. Mary Ann, dec. 

3. Alicia, dec. 4. Anne, dec. 

5. Margaret, dec. 

Mr. Cassan d. 1848. The eldest son, 

MATTHEW SHEFFIELD CASSAN, of Sheffield House, Queen's Co., 
J.P., High Sheriff 1843, b. 23 Dec. 1815 ; m. i May, 1843, Phoebe 
Louisa Dawson-Damer (dau. of John, Earl of Portarlington), and d. 
14 Feb. 1905, having by her (who d. 1886) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS SEYMOUR STUART, b. 12 July, 1849. 

2. Henry Erskine, b. 14 Sept. 1849 ; d. 12 July, 1907. 

3. Stephen Sheffield, b. 29 Aug. 1851 ; dec. 

4. Matthew Sheffield, b. 14 Sept. 1852 ; d. 20 April, 1910. 

5. Edward Lawrenson, dec. 6. Reginald Sheffield, d. unm. 

1. Emily Anne, m. 13 Feb. 1875, Lieut.-Col. J. Cecil Grove- 
Price, R.A., of Croydon, Sur.ey. 

2. FLORA ADELAIDE, now of Sheffield. 

3. Anne Elizabeth, d. 24 Nov. 1905, having m. William Alexander 
Robertson, who d. 1887. 

Arms Arg., three oaks, eradicated ppr. Crest Issuant from 
an earl's coronet, a boar's head and neck or, langued gu. Motto 
Arva parentum juvant. 

Seat Sheffield, near Maryborough. 



CASSAN OF SHEFFIELD. 

FLORA ADELAIDE 
CASSAN, of Sheffield 
House, Queen's Co., 
5. her father 14 Feb. 
1905- 

"Lineage. STEPHEN 
CASSAN, a native of Mont- 
pelier, b. 1659, sought refuge 
in Holland at the Revocation 
of the Edict of Nantes ; and 
in 1689, being then an Officer 
in the Foreign Brigade, was 
engaged under the command 
of Schomberg, in Ireland, in 
which kingdom he eventually 
settled. He m. 1692, Eliza- 
beth, dau. and sole heir of 
Gen. Joseph Sheffield, of 
Navestock, Essex, and Cap- 
poly, Queen's Co., A.D.C. to 
the Duke of Buckingham, son 
of Sir Sampson Sheffield, of 
Seton, Rutland, and had an 
only son, 

MATTHEW CASSAN, of Cap- 
poly or Sheffield, b. 1693, 
who built the present mansion 
at Sheffield. Mr. Cassan m. 
ist, Ann, dau. of Jonathan Baldwin, of Summer Hill, Queen's Co., 
and had (besides two daus., Eliza, m. the Rev. George Cook ; and 
Margaret, m. Aaron Crossley Seymour), two sons, STEPHEN, his 
heir; Richard Sheffield, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1729, m. Isabella, 
dau. of Alexander Hamilton, of Knock, co. Dublin, M.P., and left 
at his decease four daus., his co-heirs. Mr. Cassan m. 2ndly, 
Christian, dau. of John Walsh, of Jamaica, and had by her, Joseph 
(Rev.), of Stradbally, 6. 1742, d. 1830, aged 88, leaving issue, John, 
a Capt. in the Army d. 1805, leaving issue ; Christiana, b. 12 
March, 1743, m. James Price, of Westfield, Queen's Co. The 
eldest son and heir, 

STEPHEN CASSAN, of Sheffield, Barrister-at-Law, b. 22 May, 
1724-5 ; High Sheriff Queen's Co. 1763 ; m. g Dec. 1750, Alicia, 



CASSIDI OF GKLENBROOK. 

FRANCIS RICHARD CASSIDI, of Glenbrook. near 
Magherafelt, co. Derry, b. 8 Feb. 1858, M.A., M.D. 
Trin. Coll. Dublin ; Associate of the Order of St, 
John of Jerusalem ; m. 20 July, 1887, Marion 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Duncanson, M.D., of Alloa, 
N.B., and has issue, 

1. FRANCIS LAIRD, b. 20 Dec. 1889. 

2. Robert Alexander, b. 18 Nov. 1894. 

1. Marjorie May, b. n May, 1888 ; d. 12 Oct. 1890. 

Lineage. HENRY O'CASSIDY, M.D., who had followed his 
; ancestral pursuits in medicine, was of Greatwood, Mullaghbawn, 
and Drumkirk, co Louth, and of various estates in the co. 
Monaghan. He was b. circa 1650 ; m. and had issue, with others, 

1. FERGUS, his heir. 

2. Edmond, Scholar of Trinity Coll. Dublin in 1710. 

1. Margaret, m. Eugene O' Docherty, of Newtown, co. Leitrim. 
i The elder son, 

FERGUS O'CASSIDY, of Greatwood, co. Louth, and of " Derry," 
I co. Monaghan, had two sons. The elder, 

PATRICK CASSIDY, was of Derry, in the parish of Magheracloony 
near Carrickmacross. He m. Catherine Flood, and had issue. Mr. 
Cassidy's last will was dated 6 July, 1753, was proved 5 March, 
1757. Among other directions he desired " to be buried in my 
tombe at Carrick McCross." His youngest son, 

FRANCIS CASSIDY, b. circa 1747, was of Cashel, co. Tipperary. 
He m. Sarah Magee, a first cousin of William Magee, Archbishop 
of Dublin, and had issue, 

t. MARK, his heir. 

2. Francis Duff, Capt. 6oth Rifles, Private Secretary to Lord 
Castlereagh, the Statesman. By Mary Anne his wife (who d. at 
Dudley, 24 Feb. 1877, aged 91) he had, 

i. Mark. 

1. Frances, m. Samuel Lazarus, son of the late Joshua George 
Lazarus, missionary to the Jews in Liverpool, and has issue, 

(i) Julius Samuel. 

(i) Mary Frances. (2) Elizabeth Henrietta. 

2. Maria, Mrs. Henry Roper, of Dudley. 

3. Francis, d. young. 

He d. 1802. His eldest son was 



io 3 



IRELAND. 



Chadwick. 



THE REV. MARK CASSIDY, A.M., b. i Aug. 1777, Scholar of Trinity 
Coll. Dublin 1797. He m. 1808, Henrietta, dau. (by his wife, 
Marguerite Vateau, the only child and heiress of Paul Peter Isaac 
V'ateau, the descendant of a Hugenot refugee, who had settled 
in Dublin) and co-heiress with her sister Esther, wife of Rev. 
Prebendary Cleland, of Samuel Jackson, of Stormount, near 
Belfast, a West Indian Planter (see CLELAND of Stormont Castle] ; 
and by her (who d. 14 Dec. 1858) he had issue, 

1. Samuel, of Glenbrook, co. Derry, m. Esther Scott, but d.s.p. 
27 Nov. 1843. 

2. FRANCIS PETER, his heir. 

A. Charles, d. unm. at Slingsby, Yorkshire, 2 March, 1857. 

4. Frederick (Rev.), Vicar of Grindon, co. Durham, d. unm. 27 

Aug. 1882. 

6. Robert, LL.D., of Hackamore House, Belfast, m. Anne, dau. 
of Dr. Ardagh, and d. n Nov. 1873, leaving issue, 

Robert, K.C., m. 14 March, 1907, Adelaide, dau. of late Herman 
von Eber, of Winnipeg. 

7. Loftus Tottenham, Lieut.-Col. i8th Hussars, m. Jane, dau. of 
Col. Barlow, and d. i March, 1887, leaving issue. 

8. Alfred, m. Sarah Louisa, dau. of W. N. Brycit, of Birkdab, 
Southport, and d. 7 Oct. 1893, leaving issue. 

1. Sarah, d. unm. 13 Oct. 1873. 

2. Henrietta, m. Richard Wilson, J.P., of Carnlough, co. Antrim, 
and d. 22 June, 1880, leaving by him (who d. 19 May, 1879) a son, 

3. Fanny, m. Col. Audain, late of i6th Infantry, and d. 13 Oct, 
1888, leaving issue. 

4. Emily, m. Rev. Samuel Hayman (see HAYMAN of Myrtle 
Grove and South Abbey), and d. 24 July, 1894, leaving issue. 

The Rev. M. Cassidy was Chancellor of Kilfenora, and Incumbent 
of Newtownards, and d. 10 Dec. 1839, being s. by his 2nd son, 

FRANCIS PETER CASSIDI, of Glenbrook, co. Derry, J.P., of the 
34th Regt., retired Col. of the Army, m. 2 June, 1853, Maria Lucy 
Anne, 4th dau. of Matthew Hayman, of South Abbey, Youghal, 
and had issue, 

1. FRANCIS RICHARD, now of Glenbrook. 

1. Helen Hayman Henrietta. 2. Mary Mortimer. 

Col. Cassidi served with his regiment during the Indian Mutiny, 
and was severely wounded at the battle of Cawnpore, 26 Nov. 1857. 
He d. 24 Sept. 1879. 

Seat Glenbrook, Magherafelt, co. Derry. 



CATJLFEILD OF DONAMON. 

ALGERNON THOMAS 
ST. GEORGE CAULF- 
EILD, of Donamon 
Castle, co. Roscom- 
mon, J.P. cos. Ros- 
common and Galway, 
High Sheriff for the 
former co. 1899, b. 31 
July, 1869 ; s. his 
grandfather, 1896. Mr. 
Caulfeild is the only 
son of St. George 
Francis Robert Caul- 
feild, Capt. ist Life 
Guards (who d.v.p. 9 
March, 1875), by 
Louisa Ann (now Lady 
Rumbold)his wife, only 
dau. of Thomas Russell 
Crampton, C.E., and 
grandson of Francis 
St. George Caulfeild, 
late of Donamon Castle, son of St. George Caul- 
feild, of Donamon, son of Col. John Caulfeild, 
4th son of the Hon. and Rev. Charles Caulfeild, 
2nd son of William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont. 
The above-mentioned Col. John Caulfeild s. 1778 
to the estates of his kinsman Chief Justice St. 
George Caulfeild, of Donamon, grandson of the 
Hon. Thomas Caulfeild, of Donamon, youngest son 
of William, 2nd Baron Charlemont. 

Lineage. See BURKE'S Peerage, CHARLEMONT, V. 

Arms Barry of ten arg. and gu. on a canton of the second a 
lion passant guardant or. Crest A dragon's head erased gu. 
gorged with a bar gemelle arg. Motto Deo duce ferro comitante. 

Seats Donamon Castle, co. Roscommon, and Vicar's Hill, 
Lymington, Hants. Clubs Carlton, Travellers', and R.Y.S. 




CAULFEILD. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, CHARLEMONT V. 



CAVENDISH. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, DEVONSHIRE, D. 



CHADWICK OF BALLINARD. 

The late WILLIAM COOPER-CHADWICK, of Balli- 
nard. co. Tipperary, Hon. Col. Tipperary Artillery, 
b. 14 Nov. 1855 ; m. Feb. 1886, ANNA MARIA 
ROBERTINA HEPHZIBAH, who d, 7 Nov. 1911, dau. of 
the late John Langley, J.P., of Knockanure, co. 
Tipperary, and d. 24 Nov. 1895, leaving two daus., 

1. FRANCES VIOLET, now of Ballinard, b. 8 April, 1887; m. 
7 July, 1910, Allen Baker, of Lismacue, Bansha, co. Tipperary 
(whom see). 

2. Kathleen Lilian, b. 15 Aug. 1893. 

Lineage. WILLIAM CHADWICK, of Ballinard, m. circa 1675, 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Gabbett, of Caherline, co. Limerick, and 
! had (with a dau. Grace, m. Clement Sadleir) a son, 

WILLIAM CHADWICK, of Ballinard and Gurthakilleen, temp. 
Queen ANNE, m. Jane Greene, and d. 1748, having by her (who d. 
Sept. 1779) had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 2. William, living 1720, left issue. 

3. Rodolph, living 1720. 

4. Michael, living 1720, left issue. 

1. Katherine, m. 1743, Vere Hunt, of Curragh, co. Limeri;k. 
The eldest son, 

RICHARD CHADWICK, of Ballinard, d. 14 Feb. 1771, possessed 
landed property of considerable extent, which he divided among his 
sons. He m. ist, 1738, Rebecca, dau. of James Ellard, and by her 
had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of Ballinard. 

2. Richard (Rev.), Rector of Doone, co. Tipperary, b. 1751, m. 
1770, Margaret, dau. of Nicholas Sadleir, of Golden Garden, co. 
Tipperary, and d. May, 1817, having had issue, 

1. Richard, b. 1774 ; d. July, 1836, commanded a company of 
Volunteers in 1798, he had issue several sons and daus., of 
whom, 

(1) Richard, was murdered at Holy Cross, June, 1829. 

(2) John, an attorney in Dublin, left issue. 

(3) William, of Arravale, Tipperary, had issue, 

1. Edward, Lieut.-Col. (Holly Grove, Fittteworth, Sussex), 
formerly of 7th Dragoon Guards and (Major) i6th Lancers, 
served in S. Africa, Boer War, with Imperial Yeomanry. 

2. Charles. 

(4) James, of Cashel, High Constable of Tipperary, d. 1875. 

2. James, Major 591)1 East Lancashire Regt., b. 15 May, 1789 ; 
m. ist, Josephine Chapuis, and had issue, one son, who d. young ; 
and 2ndly, Anne Isabella, dau. of the Rev. George Markham, 
Dean of York, and grand-dau. of the Right Rev. William 
Markham, Archbishop of York 1777, and had issue, 

(1) Edward Frederick, b. 3 March 1829, Col. late 33rd (Duke of 
Wellington's) Regt., late of Chetnole, now of Westneld, 
Dorchester, Dorsetshire, m. in 1882, Amy, dau. of Rev. 
Charles Torkington (son of James Torkington), and Ellen 
Cookson, his wife, and has issue, 

1. Frederick James, b. 1883, Lieut. io^th Wellesley Rifles, 
Bombay. 

2. Edward William, b. 1884, Lieut. loist Company R.G.A. 

3. Richard Markham, b. 1894. 

i. Josephine. 2. Ellen. 

3. Amy Margaret. 4. Norah Alicia. 

(2) Richard, m. Rarhel , and had issue, 

1. James, Capt. Munster Fus., d. unm. 

2. Redmond Arthur, living U.S.A. 

i. Annie Isabella, m. Rev. Arthur Babington Cartwright, 
Archdeacon of Malta. 

(3) Isabella, d. unm. 

(4) Josephine Adelaide, unm. 

(5) Alicia, m. Rev. William Moyle Rogers, and has issue. 

(6) Margaret Emma, m. Philip Sheppard (dec.), and has had 
issue. 

(7) Ellen, m. Rev. George Hayton, d. leaving issue. 

3. Thomas, i8th Light Dragoons, b. 1752 ; m. i June, 1779, Sarah 
Lockwood, of Cashel, and d. July, 1812, leaving issue. 

4. J ames, who also left issue. 

5. Frederick, of Littleton, m. Sarah Minchin, and had issue. 
1. A dau., m. William Minchin, of Greenhills, and had issue. 

He m. 2ndly, 1768, Jane, dau. of Nicholas Sadleir, of Golden Garden 
(who m. 2ndly, 1772, Rev. Anthony Armstrong), and by her had 
issue, 

6. Nicholas, b. 1771 ; d. Jan. 1854, leaving issue. 

7. Michael, of Jersey, who also left issue. 
The eldest son, 



Chad wick. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



104 



WIL'LIAM CHADWICK, of Ballinard, 6. 1741 ; m. ist, 1768, Chris- 
tiana, dau. of John Carden, of Templemore Abbey, and sister 
of Sir John Craven Carden, ist bart. of Templemore Abbey, and 
by her (who d. Feb. 1782) he had, with six daus., two sons, 

1. Richard,* b. between 1769 and 1777, and probably d. before 
1839, m. Barclay, and had issue, besides a dau., one son, 

William Barclay, b. about 1790 ; d. in London 1861, was Capt. 
in 2nd Royal Surrey Militia ; m. Abba Thule, dau. of Dr. Sharpe, 
and had issue, a dau., Fanny, who d. young, and one son, 
Richard Weller, b. 1812 ; d. in London Nov. 1864, who 
was for some time an Officer in the Army, and afterwards 
served in the Spanish Army in the Carlist Rebellion, was 
Manager of the Eastern Counties Railway, and afterwards 
of the Eastern Bengal Railway in India; m. in 1851, 
Georgiana Ann, dau. of the Rev. Charles Spencer Bourchier, 
Rector of Great Hallingbury, co. Essex, and Vicar of Sand- 
ridge, co. Hertford, and had issue (besides a dau., Georgiana 
Ludee Frere, m. to Robert Balderston Mackay, son of J ames 
Mackay, of Blair Castle, but d.s.p. 12 April, 1891) one son, 
John Barclay Bourchier (Hollywood, California), b. 5 Aug. 
1853, late of the Civil Service and local Military Service in 
Jamaica, and is a Capt. in the Reserve of Officers of that 
island ; m. 2 Sept. 1898, at Trinity Church, New York, 
Helen Sophia, dau. of James Porter, of Sarnia, Canada. 

2. JOHN CRAVEN, of whom presently. 

William Chadwick m. 2ndly, Sophia, dau. of John Golden Garden 
Carden, of Barnane (see that family). She d.s.p. Sept. 1825, aped 82. 
He d. March, 1825, and was s. by his son, 

JOHN CRAVEN CHADWICK, of Ballinard, b. 1778 ; m. 1799, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Samuel Cooper, of Killenure Castle, co. Tipperary. 
She d. 3 April, 1831. By her he had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, of whom presently. 

2. Samuel Cooper, of Dunmore, co. Waterford, b. Jan. 1801 ; 
m. Letitia, dau. of Thomas Hall, and d.s.p. 15 June, 1890. She 
d. 1886. 

3. Austin Cooper, of Damerville, co. Tipperary, m. Anne, dau. 
of Dr. Millet, of Cove, co. Cork, and had several sons and daus., 
who settled in Australia. 

4. John Craven, b. 6 April, 1811, settled in Canada in 1836, at ! 
Cravendale, near Ancaster, co. Wentworth, and was subsequently J 
of Guelph, co. Wellington. He m. ist, 3 Jan. 1836, Louisa, dau. I 
of Jonathan Bell, merchant in London, by Maria, dau. of Edward 
Vaux ; and 2ndly, 15 Dec. 1847, Caroline, dau. of Joseph Bade, of I 
Newington, Middlesex, and Hitchin, co. Hertford (by Eliza, dau. 
of Edward Vaux). She d.s.p. 5 Sept. 1874. He m. 3 rdly, 4 May, 
1876, Elizabeth, dau. of James Beatty, of Toronto. He d. 10 
Nov. 1889, having by his ist wife (who d. 1844) had issue, 

1. John Craven, b. 12 Feb. 1837 ; m. ist, 21 June, 1860, Eleanor 
Toonie, dau. of Leslie Battersby, Lieut. R.N., and grand-dau. 
of Rev. Leslie Battersby, of Skreene, co. Sligo, and by her 
(who d. 9 Jan. 1868) had surviving issue, 

(1) Craven Bell, b. 2 April, 1863 ; m. Flora Jennie, dau. of j 
Ralph Hinds, and widow of Alexander Carroll, and has ! 
had issue, 

1. Alexander Joseph, b. 12 Nov. 1886 ; d. 30 Dec. 1887. 

2. William Francis, b. Jan. 1889. 

(2) Francis Henry, b. n Aug. 1866, of Lakeport, California, 
. Rose Catherine, dau. of William Dwight Fiske and has : 
issue. 

John Craven m. 2ndly, April, 1870, Sybella Annie, dau. of 
William Mockler, of Fermoy, co. Cork, and d. 8 April, 1890, ! 
having by her (who d. 22 Feb. 1891) had issue, 

(3) William Herbert Austin, b. 27 Jan. 1871 ; d. unm. 

(4) Richard Frederick, b. 18 April, 1874. 

(5) Ethelred James Mockler, b. 15 Oct. 1875. 

(6) Reginald Beattv Atkinson, b. 10 Dec. 1883. 

(1) Sybella Bade Nicola. 

(2) Norah Annie, m. Justus Roedding, of Ayton, Ontario. 

2. Frederick Jasper, of Guelph, b. ig Nov. 1838, Capt. in the 
Reserve Militia; m. 3 Sept. 1861, Elisabeth, dau. of Rev. 
Edward Michael Stewart, of Clooney, co. Derry, and of Killy- 
moon, co. Donegal, grandson maternally of Edward Michael, 
2nd Lord Longford, and d. 20 June, 1891, having by her (who d 
3 Aug. 1894) had issue, 

(1) Jasper William, b. 10 Nov. 1866; m. Alexandrina Agatha 
dau. of Samuel John Cowley, and has issue, 

William Gustavus. 

(2) Frederick Austin Pakenham (Rev.), b. 9 June 1873 
in Holy Orders, Rector of St. Paul's, Vancouver, British 
Columbia ; m. Alberta Louise, dau. of Samuel Dice of 
Milton, Ontario (she d. 16 Jan. 1902), and has issue two 
sons, 

1. John Pakenham Dice, b. 14 May, 1899. 

2. Frederick Stewart, b. 31 Aug. 1900. 

(3) John Craven Bade, b. 22 June, 1875. 

(1) Louisa Caroline Stewart, d. unm 

(2) Charlotte Rose. 

(3) Kathleen Christiana Maria, tn. William Henry Pepler 
M.D., and has i*sue. 

3. Edward Marion, of Toronto, Barrister-at-Law, K C Lay 
Canon and Treasurer of St. Alban's Cathedral, Toronto a 
Major in the Active Militia, retired from 2nd Regt. the Queen's 
Own Rifles of Canada, b. 22 Sept. 1840 ; m. ist, 28 June, 1864 
Ellen Byrne, dau. of James Beatty, of Toronto, who dsp 
10 Feb. 1865 ; and 2ndly, 20 Feb. 1868, Maria Martha dau of 
Alexander Fisher, of Toronto, by whom he has issue ' 



* In a former edition of BURKE'S Landed Gentry erroneously 
stated to have died unmarried. 



(1) William Craven Vaux, b. 6 Dec. 1868, Lieut.-Col. Com- 
manding gth Mississauga Horse (Active Militia of Canada) ; 
m. 29 Dec. 1898, Jessie Dorothea, dau. of Robert Murray of 
New York, and had issue, 

Patricia Katharine, who d. an in'ant. 

(2) Edward Alister Bade, b. 13 Feb. 1871 ; m. 4 June, 1898, 
Florence Edith, dau. of Thomas Campbell Kemp, and has 
issue, 

1. Edward Norman Loud, b. 7 April, 1899. 

2. Austin Ralph, b. 10 July, 1901. 
i. Edith Marion, b. 16 Feb. 1906. 

(3) George Darcy Austin, b. 22 Feb. 1880 ; m. 3 July, 1907 
Bessie Carlisle, dau. of John Edward MacCorquodale. 

(4) Richard Ellard Carden, b.\i6 Feb. 1885. 

(5) Bryan Darner Seymour, b. 24 June, 1888. 

(1) Fanny Marion, m. 30 June, 18^8, to James Grayson 
Smith, Barrister-at-Law, and d. 13 Jan. 1905, leaving issue 

(2) Louisa Mary Caroline. 

4. Austin Cooper, of Guelph, Barrister-at-Law, Senior Judge 
for co. Wellington, b. 18 Nov. 1842 ; m. 19 Dec. 1867, Caroline 
Christie, dau. of Ralph Charles Nicholson, of Toronto, Canada, 
and of Lewes, Sussex, and has issue, 

Henry Austin, b. 15 April, 1883, of Perth, Ontario, Barrister- 
at-Law; m. 30 Sept. 1908, Mary Helena, dau. of George 
William Sandilands, and has issue. 
Caroline Gladys May. 

5. Richard, bapt. 8 April, 1813 ; d. unm. 

6. Frederick, bapt. 16 Feb. 1815 ; m. and had issue. 

7. Edward Butler, bapt. 24 Oct. 1817 ; d. unm. 13 April, 1859. 

1. Frances, m. Rev. John Seymour, of Clonloughlan, near Clough- 
jordan, son of Rev. John Seymour, Rector of Shronell, co. Tip- 
perary, and d. 1879, leaving issue. 

2. Christiana Rosetta, m. 30 June, 1832, Richard M. Forsayeth, 
M.D.. of Templemore, and d. 1871, leaving issue. 

3. Elizabeth, m. 3 July, 1827, Rev. William Bryan, of Gurteen, 
near Clonmel, and had issue. 

4. Caroline Damer, m. Rev. Joseph Cooke Armstrong, of Bally- 
poreen, co. Tipperary, afterwards of Clonmel, and d.s.p. 1856. 

John Craven Chadwick d. March, 1851, and was s. by his eldest son, 
WILLIAM CHADWICK, of Ballinard, b. 1800 ; m, ist, Wilhelmina, 
dau. of Rev. John Seymour, Rector of Shronell, co. Tipperary, and 
by her (who d. Dec. 1836) had issue, 

1. KATHERINE, m. 6 Feb. 1855, Richard Austin Cooper, 2nd son 
of Samuel Cooper, of Killenure (see below). 

2. Elizabeth, d. April, 1839, aged 5 years. 

3. Fanny, d. unm. 

Mr. Chadwick m. 2ndly, Charlotte (who d. 17 Jan. 1874), dau. of 
John Bourchier, of Bagotstown, co. Limerick; and d. 1876, when 
he was s. by his son-in-law, 

RICHARD AUSTIN COOPER-CHADWICK, of Ballinard, co. Tipperary, 
m. ist (as above), 6 Feb. 1855, Katherine, elder dau. and co-heir of 
William Chadwick, of Ballinard, having previously assumed by 
Royal sign-manual, dated 15 Jan. 1855, the additional name and 
arms of CHADWICK for himself and the issue of his marriage with 
the said Katherine Chadwick, and by her (who d. 12 Dec. 1855) 
had issue a son, 

1. WILLIAM, late of Ballinard. 

Mr. Cooper-Chadwick m. andly, 1863, Charlotte Sophia, only dau. 
of John Bourchier (the younger), of Bagotstown, co. Limerick, and 
d. 19 Jan. 1893, leaving further issue, 

2. John, of Fanningstown House, Piltown, co. Kilkenny, b. 
13 May, 1864 ; m. 17 Oct. 1896, Wilhelmina, 2nd dau. of Samuel 
Heuston, J.P., of Barrowstown, co. Tipperary, and has issue, 

1. John Lionel, b. 16 Feb. 1899. 

2. Samuel Victor, b. i Nov. 1903. 

3. Richard Austin. 

4. Austin Samuel, m. 30 March, 1910, Florence Banks, dau. of 
Joseph Harris, of Richmond, Surrey. 

1. Katherine Louisa. 2. Elizabeth Sarah. 

3. Charlotte Sophia. 

4. Frances Anna, m. 12 April, 1898, Sutherland Matterson, eldest 
son of Joseph Matterson, of Castle Troy, co. Limerick. 

5. Ada Mary, tn. 21 July, 1908, Ambrose Grattan Power, only son 
of late Ambrose William Bushe Power, D.L. (see BUSHE of Glen- 
cairn Abbey, and see BURKE'S Peerage, POWER, Bart.). 

Arms of COOPER-CHADWICK Quarterly ist and 4th, or, an 
inescutcheon gu. charged with a lily slipped and leaved ppr. within 
an orle of martlets sa., for CHADWICK ; 2nd and 3rd, per pale 
indented arg. and sa. three bulls passant counterchanged a canton 
az., for COOPER. Crests ist : A martlet, sa., charged on the 
breast with a crescent arg. holding in the bill a lily stemmed and 
slipped ppr., for CHADWICK. 2nd : On a mount vert a bull 
passant, per pale arg. and sa. gorged with a collar dancette, az., 
for COOPER. Mottoes Stans cum rege ; and over the crest, In 
candore decus. Arms of CHADWICK (borne by some other 
members of the family) Party per pale gu. and sa. within an 
orle of eight martlets an inescutcheon arg., charged with a cross 
of the ist and in the ist quarter a crescent of the 2nd. Crest 
A martlet arg., holding in his bill a white lily slipped and leaved 
ppr., borne fesseways, the flower to the sinister. Mottoes Over 
crest, In candore decus ; under arms, Toujours pret. 

Seat Ballinard, Tipperary. 



IRELAND. 



Chambers. 



CHAINE OF BALLYCRAIGY. 

WILLIAM CHAINE, of Carnfunnockand Ballycraigy, 
co. Antrim, D.L., High Sheriff 1902, B.A. Trin. Coll. 
Camb., b. 1865. Mr. Chaine is son of the late James 
Chaine, D.L., of Ballycraigy, M.P. co. Antrim, 
1874-85, High Sheriff 1873 (who d. 1885, aged 44), 
and Henrietta his wife, dau* of Charles A. Creery, 
and grandson of James Chaine, of Ballycraigy, 
by Maria his wife, dau. of Francis Whittle, of 
Muckomore, co. Antrim. 

Seats Carnfunnock, Larne, and Ballycraigy, Muckomore, both 
co. Antrim. Club Carlton. 



CHALONER OF KING'S FORT. 

CLAUD CHALONER, of King's Fort, co. Meath, 
J.P. cos. Cavan and Meath, b. 20 Nov. 1838 ; m. 
2 June, 1875, Henrietta Ann, eldest dau. of Alex- 
ander Montgomery, of Kilmer, co. ; Meath (see that 
family), and has issue, 

1. Richard Alexander, Lieut. Royal Innis. Fus., b. 2 June, 1879 ; 
d. unm. 22 April, 1902, from wounds received at RooivaJ, Western 
Transvaal. 

2. CLAUD WILLOUGHBY, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Innis. Fus., 
b. Jan. i? 82. 

3. Shirley, b. 1886 ; d. 30 May, 1902. 

4. John, b. 27 May, 1889. 

1. Sophia Elizabeth, b. 22 Feb. 1877. 

2. Emily, b. 21 May, 1878. 

3. Henrietta Frances, b. Jan. 1881. 

4. Nicola, b. 25 Nov. 1884 ; d. Jan. 1885. 

Mr. Chaloner assumed the name of CHALONER in 
lieu of COLE HAMILTON on succeeding to King's Fort. 

Lineage. REV. JOHN CHALONER, of Shropshire, Chaplain of 
the " Royal Sovereign," had issue, 

REV. JOHN CHALONER, of Rathanree, co. Meath, b. 1658, entered 
Trin. Coll. Dublin 7 July, 1675, Scholar 1676, B.A. 1679, M.A. 
1682 ; m. a dau. of Rev. Laurence Clutterbuck, M.A. (Cantab.), of 
Derryloskan, co. Tipperary. His will, dated 23 Feb. 1733, was 
proved 30 April following. He left issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Laurence, M.A. (Dublin), b. 1705, who left issue, John and 
Mary. 

3. Richard (Rev.), M.A. (Dublin), b. 1707, Archdeacon of Cashel ; 
d. 28 Dec. 1746, his daii. Mary, m. Wray Palliser, of Derryluskan 
(see PALLISER of Annestown). 

1. Mary, m. John Kellet. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN CHALONER, of Kingsfort, co. Meath, m. by licence 6 May, 
1732, Charity, dau. of Robert Graham, of Drogheda. His will, 
dated 21 Sept. 1778, proved 14 Jan. 1779. He left issue, 
L 1. RICHARD, his heir. 2. Laurence. 3. John. 

4. Charles, m. 24 Jan. 1777, Barrington (she d. May, 1778), and 
left issue. 

1. A dau., m. 28 Aug. 1756, Rev. John Betty. 

2. Letitia. 
The eldest son, 

RICHARD CHALONER, of Kingsfort, co. Meath, High Sheriff 1784 ; 
m. Nov. 1784, Frances Maria, dau. of Edward Herbert, M.P., by 
Nichola Sophia his wife, eldest dau. of John, Lord Desert, and 
left issue, five daus., 

1. NICHOLA SOPHIA, of whom presently. 

2. Catherine, tw. 1811, John Knox, of Mount Falcon (see that 
family). 

3. Jane Thomasiue, m. James Wemyss Pope, of Wellington 
(Cahirleske), co. Kilkenny.* 

4. Frances Maria, m. William Lindsay, of Wilford, cp. Galway. 

5. Charity, m. Abraham Whyte Baker, of Bally tobin, co. Kil- 
kenny. 

The eldest dau. and co-heir, 

NICHCLA SOPHIA CHALONER, of Kingsfort, m. ist, 10 Oct. 1805, 
Claud William Cole - Hamilton, of Beltrim (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
ENNISKILLEN, E.), and by him (who d. 25 April, 1822) had issue, 

1. Arthur Willoughby, of Beltrim, co. Tyrone, D.L., b. 23 Nov. 
1806 ; m. 1 6 Dec. 1831, Emilia Katherine, dau. of Rev. Charles 
Cobbe Beresford (see BURKE'S Peerage, WATERFORD, M.). She d. 
19 Nov. 1869. He d. 16 Dec. 1891, having had, with an eldest 
son, William Claud, ancestor of COLE-HAMILTON, of Beltrim (see 
that family), and several younger sons, a second son, 

CLAUD, now of King's Fort. 

2. RICHARD, of whom presently. 

She m. 2ndly, 1826, Col. Joseph Pratt, of Cabra Castle (see 
that family). He d. 27 Aug. 1863. She was s. by her second son, 

RICHARD CHALONER, of King's Fort, co. Meath, J.P., High 
Sheriff 1855, sometime Lieut. i2th Lancers, who assumed the 
name of CHALONER 1832, b. 25 April, 1810 ; m. Feb. 1835, Harriet, 
dau. of Charles Arthur Tisdall, of Charlesfort, co. Meath, andd.s.p. 
29 Nov. 1879, and was s. by his nephew, CLAUD COLE- HAMILTON, 
now CHALONER of King's Fort. 

Seat King's Fort, Moynalty, co. Meath. 




CHAMBERS OF FOSTERSTOWN. 

RICHARD EDWARD 
ELLIOT CHAMBERS, 
of Fosters town, 

Trim, co. Meath, and 
of Pill House, Barn- 
staple, Devonshire, 
&. 7 April, 1863 ; m. 
ii Sept. 1894, Edith 
Frances, youngest 
surviving dau. of 
Henry Chandos- 
Pole-Gell, of Hopton 
Hall, Derbyshire, 
J. P. (see that family], 
and has issue, 

1. EDWARD CHANDOS 

ELLIOT, b. 4 April, 1896. 

1. Auriol Hermione 
Dorothy. 

2. Gwendoline Margaret 
Elliot. 

Lineage. JOSEPH 
CHAMBERS, of Taylorstown, 
co. Wexford, b. about 

1655-60, held property in the baronies of Shelburne, Bargy and 
Bantry, including land outside the Bewley Gate, within and 
without the Liberties of New Ross, where a townland is still called 
" Chambersland," and also held property in Shelmaliere barony and 
in the town of Wexford. He was living at Taylorstown Castle, in 
Shelburne barony in 7 QUEEN ANNE (1708-09) till his death. In 
his will (dated 31 May, 1726, proved 29 November, 1726) he desired 
to be buried in Clongeen Churchyard. He left a widow, Sarah, 
four sons (another son, Francis, having d. before 1724) and four 
daus. The three elder children were, 

1. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

2. Joseph, who had some property in and near Wexford. 

1. Mary, eld. dau., m. 18 April, 1722, Arthur Meadows, of 

Wexford and had issue (see that family). 
The eldest son, 

ROBERT CHAMBERS, of Arklow, in Shelburne barony, and of 
New Ross, co. Wexford, b. about 1694, was made a Freeman of 
New Ross, 28 Nov. 1715, and admitted to that Freedom 30 Aug. 
1721. He m. about 1715-20, Mary, sister and co-heir of Alan Cox,. 
of New Ross, and of Ballyvadden, co. Wexford, High Sheriff of 
co. Wexford 1747. She was 2nd dau. of the Rev Jasper Cox 
(b. 1653 ; d. 1712), M.A. (Dublin), Prebendary of Coolstuffe and 
Kilrush (Ferns). She predeceased her husband 1756-57. Their 

5 JOSEPH CHAMBERS, of Trim, co. Meath, b. about 1716-20. He- 
rn. ist, about 1740, Mary, b. 1715, eldest dau. of the Rev. Stafford 
Lightbume, of Trim, Rector of Churchtown, co. Westmeath, i733~47 
and Vicar of Rathgraffe or Castlepollard, co. Westmeath 1 74 7-51 
(by Hannah, eldest dau. of Willoughby Swift, of Hereford, see 
SWIFTE of Swiftsheath). Of this marriage there was issue, 
1. William, of Trim, co. Meath, d.v.p. unm. 1767- 

1. Dorothea, m. George Carter, of Annaghkeene, co. Galway,. 
and had issue. 

2. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1766-7. 

He m. 2ndly, Sept. 1764, Dorothea, dau. of John Carshore, of Trim. 
He d. 4 Oct. 1773, having had issue by his 2nd wife (who d. 5 May,. 

2. EDWARD ELLIOT, of whom presently. 

3. Elizabeth Maria, d. young. 

4. Anne, m. Stewart Osborne, of Trim, and had issue. 

5. Mary d. unm. May, 1844. 
The eldest son, 

EDWARD ELLIOT CHAMBERS, of Crow Park, Trim, co. Meath, 
and of 8, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin, and later of Southmead, West- 
fa urv-on-Trym , b. 4 Aug. 1772; m. ist, 1801, Elizabeth, only- 
surviving dau. and heir of William Carshore, of Fosterstown and 
Trim, Lieut. Trim Yeomanry Corps 1800 (d. 1823). She d. June, 
1836. He became Capt. Commandant of the Trim Yeomanry- 
Corps succeeding in the active command its first Captain, his 
maternal uncle, Adam Carshore, of Kilcooley, co. Meath, jointly 
with whom, in 1796, he had raised that corps which took part in the 
suppression of the Rebellion of 1798 and was disbanded in 1814. 
He m 2ndly, 17 Dec. 1840, Louisa, 4 th dau. of Nevill Barry, 2nd son 
of Charles Barry (d. i Feb. 1826), of Kilcarne, co. Meatn. He 
d. 25 Jan. 1857. By his 2nd wife, who long survived him, he had no- 
issue By his ist wife he had six sons and three daus., 

1. Adam Carshore, b. 5 Sept. 1804, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin 
5 Nov. 1821 ; d. while an undergraduate about 1824. 

2. William Joseph, b. 1806 ; d. May, 1806. 

3. EDWARD ELLIOT, his successor, of whom presently. 

4. WiUiam, b. 1816, B.A. (Dublin) 1838, L.R.C.S.I. 1840, M.A. 
1842 ; d. unm. 13 Nov. 1843. 

5. Joseph (Rev.), B.A. (Dublin), 6. 10 Aug. 18x94* 20 Jan. 
IQOS Vicar of Cury-with-Gunwalloe, Cornwall ; m. 26 May, 1845, 
Harriet youngest dau. of Nevill Barry, by whom (who predeceased 



(Dublin), Vicarof I West Lyttdton 

and Chaplain to seamen in the Port of Lyttdton, New 
Zealand from 1 



seamen , 

, acting Chaplain R.N., Australian Squadron, 



Chambr. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



106 



from 1892, Co!. Chaplain, Royal Artillery of New Zealand 
and V.D. 1905-06, b. 6 Jan. 1850 ; m. 16 June, 1877, 
Annie (d. 16 May, 1908), 4th dau. of John Hewitt, of St. Andrew 
Gate, York. 

2. Joseph William, 6. 24 Oct. 1858, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin 
1886. 

3. Richard Wellesey Benjamin, Capt. Q.M. gth New Zealand 
Contingent 1902, S. African War and afterwards Staff Capt. in 
Defence Office, New Zealand; b. n May, 1861. Killed by 
accident at Allumbah, Queensland, Australia, 15 Sept., 1908; m. 
ist, i Dec. 1881, Jane Grant (d. 20 Dec. 1896), dau. of Andrew 
Munro, and widow of Philip Ross, by whom he left a dau., 
Violet Forth Barry. He m. 2ndly, 16 May, 1899, Imelda, dau. 
of Maj-Gen. T. E. Britten, Bo.S.C., and left issue, a dau., 
Kathleen Ladysmith. 

1. Anna Harriet, b. 18 Jan. 1862 ; d. 14 Dec. 1889. 

2. Louisa Sophia. 

8. Richard Wellesley, Maj.-Gen. Bengal Staff Corps, b. 10 Feb. 
1823, served with nth Native Infantry, Bengal, in the Bundel- 
kund campaign 1842-43, in the force under Brig.-Gen. F. Young, 
and was present in the action of Bhagaura 7 Dec. 1842. Served 
with the regt. in the Army of the Sutlej in the campaign of 
1845-46 (medal), and was present at the surrender of " Kot- 
Kangra " 1846. As adjutant of his regt. was present at Meerut 
on the outbreak of the Mutiny, and proceeded with the force 
under Brig.-Gen. A. Wilson on 27 May, as Orderly Officer to 
Lieut .-Col. Custance, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers) to Delhi. 
He was present at the two actions on the Hindun, near 
Ghaziuddin-nagar on 30 and 31 May, 1857 ; in the action of 
Badli-ki-Serai, 8 June, 1857 ; " at the siege of Delhi, 15 June, 
to 12 Sept. (mentioned in despatches) ; present at siege and 
capture of Lucknow, March, 1858 ; mutiny clasps for " Delhi" 
and " Lucknow " ; m. 12 Aug? 1854, Charlotte, dau. of Thos. 
Britten, and sister of Maj.-Gen. Thos. Ernest Britten, Bo.S.C. 
She was killed at Meerut, 10 May, 1857, on the outbreak of 
the Indian Mutiny, having had a son, d. an infant. He m. 
2ndly, 25 March, 1869, Elizabeth Louisa Mary Jane, dau. of 
the Rev. William Marston, Vicar of Llangarren, Ross, Hereford- 
shire, by whom he had a son, b. 1872, d. young, and a dau., 
Irene Constance Gwendoline, b. 1873. Maj.-Gen. Chambers 
d. 25 Oct. 1905. 

1. Jane, b. 1802-03 ; d. July, 1810. 

2. Elizabeth Mary, b. 1807 ; m. about 1826, Thomas Browning 
Haslam, M.D., twice Mayor of Carnarvon 1841-43. He d. 
18 Nov. 1848, aged 45. She d. 2 Jan. 1844, leaving four daus. 

3. Am% b. 10 May, 1811, d unm. i Aug. 1827. 
The eldest surviving son and heir, 

EDWARD ELLIOT CHAMBERS, of Southmead, Westbury-on-Trym, 
Gloucestershire, and who s. to the estate in Ireland ; b. 16 Oct. 1812, 
M.A. Oxford, Barrister-at-Law. He d. 23 Nov. 1865, having m., 
29 May, 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of James Narroway, and by her (who 
d. 5 June, 1889) he had issue, 

1. RICHARD EDWARD ELLIOT, his successor, now of Fosterstown. 

1. Frances Emma Annie, m. 23 Oct. 1888, George Brodie Mac- 
Farlan Port, grandson of the last John Port, of Ham Hall, 
Staffs., and has issue. 

2. Charlotte Penelope, b. g. May, 1859 ', d. 4 Feb. 1888. 

3. Euphemia Dorothea Sophia, m. 17 May, 1890, Cecil Charles 
Ridley Sumner (d. 13 Aug. 1900), 3rd surviving son of Charles 
Sumner, of Harescombe Grange, Stroud, Gloucestershire, J.P., 
M.A. BalliolColl. Oxford, and Judge of County Courts, Gloucester- 
shire, and has issue. 

4. Edith Elliot, m. Oct. 1900, James Wright Grant, M.B., C.M. 
Arms Sa., a cross couped, engrailed and quarter-pierced erm, 

between four martlets rising or. Crest Out of a ducal crest- 
coronet or, charged with a cross humettee gu., a demi-eagle dis- 
played of the last, winged and collared of the first. Motto Non 
proeda sed victoria. 

Seat Fosterstown, Trim. Residence Pill House, Barnstaple, 
Devonshire. 

CHAMBRE OF DUNGANNON. 

HUNT WALSH CHAMBRE, 
of Dungannon House, co. 
Tyrone, J.P., 6. 22 Sept. 
1831 ; m. 9 Aug. 1860, 
Mary Anne Brunette, d. 
8 Feb. 1912, elder dau. of 
John Brett Johnston, of 
Ballykilbeg, co. Down (see 
that faiwlr), and has issue, 

1. HUNT WALSH ALAN, b. 
29 June, 1861 ; m. 7 Oct. 1893, 
Charlotte Harriett, 4th dau. of 
William Tiptod Woods, of 
Quebec. 

2. John Brett Johnstone Mere- 
dith, b. 8 Sept. 1864 ; m. 
29 Nov. 1894, Adeline Sophia, 
3rd dau. of George McQuestion, 
of Ashbrook, Leeson Park, 
Dublin, and has issue, 

i. Hunt Walsh Albert, b. 14 
June, 1901 ; d. 28 Oct. 1904. 

1. Olive Mainie Brunette. 

2. Kathleen Obre. 



3. William Thomas Meredith, b. 24 March ; d. Dec. 1867. 

4. Charles Barclay Macpherson, b. 3 Aug. 1870 ; m. 4 Sept. 1904, 
Nina Lisa Francis Ochiltree, 4th dau. of Rev. Alexander George 
Stuart, of Bogay House, co. Donegal, and has issue, 

Alan Stuart Hunt, b. 7 Jan. 1908. 



5. John, b. 19 April, 1879 ', m - 3 July, 1 9 09^ Florence Kathleen, 

" lu. of Rev. Thomas R. Cc 
Clones, and has issue, 



eldest dai 



Rev. Thomas R. Conway, of Drummully Rectory, 




William Richard Hunt Walsh. 

6. William Henry Calcott, b. 15 Dec. 1880 ; m. 25 Feb. 1904, 
Frances Jane, eldest dau. of R. Davies, of Dublin, and has issue, 

Hunt John Francis William, b. 18 Oct. 1904. 

Mainie Frances b. 26 Dec. 1906. 

1. Thomasina Elizabeth Crochley. 

2. Rebecca Mary Brunette. 

3. Olivia Isabella Kathleen, d. young, 5 March, 1873. 

4. Jane Henry Wray Young Mabel. 

5. Kathleen Georgiana Evelyn. 

Lineage. This family descends from JOHN DE LA CHAMBR&, 
who settled in Denbighshire, under Henry Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, in 
| 1275 (see CHAMBRES of Pentre). He is stated (in a very ancient 
i pedigree in Norman French, now in the possession of Edward 
Chambre Vaughan, of Burlton Hall, Salop) to have been descended 
' from " Johan de la Chambre, a nobelle Normanne, who entered 
Englande in ye traine of King William ye Conqueraure." He m. 
Mawith, dau. of Blethyn Vaughan, and had a son, 

HENRY CHAMBRE, of Llewenni, living 1236; m. Katherine, dau. 
of Edmond Chariton, and had a son, 

JOSHUA CHAMBRE, of Llewenni; m. Margaret, dau. of Ludowick 
de la More, and had a son, 

MORGAN CHAMBRE, of Llewenni ; m. Anne, dau. of Peter le Cnive, 
and had a son, 

SAMUEL CHAMBRE, of Llewenni; m. Mary, dau. of William 
Lloyd (or Roseudale), and had a son, 

JOHN CHAMBRE, of Llewenni; m. Jane, dau. of John Conway, 
and had a son, 

HUGH CHAMBRE, of Llewenni ; m. Martha, dau. of William 
Ravenscroft, of Denbigh, and had three sons. The third son, 

WILLIAM CHAMBRE, of Llewenni; m. Katherine, dau. and co- 
heir of Jenkin Pigott, of Denbigh, and had issue. The eldest son, 
HENRY, was ancestor of the family of CHAMBRES of Pentre (see 
that family), while the second son, 

ROBERT CHAMBRE, m. Elizabeth Peake, and had, with a dau., a 
son, 

JENKIN CHAMBRE, m. the dau. of Kynaston, and had a son, 

RICHARD CHAMBRE, Lord of the Manor of Petton, Salop, m. 
Mary, dau. of John Hill, of Court of Hill, Ludlow, Shropshire, 
and d. 1563, leaving a 2nd son, 

GEORGE CHAMBRE, of Petton, Salop, m. Judith, dau. and co-heir 
of Walter Calcott, of Willingscot, co. Oxford, and had issue, with a 
dau. and three sons, all named Calcott, 

1. Calcott, d.s.p. 

2. Calcott, of Carnowe and Shelala, m. ist, Lucy, dau. of Goburt, 
of Coventry, but by her had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Mary (b. 
1584), dau. of Edward Villiers. of Howthorpe. His will is 
dated 8 Oct. 1628, and proved 30 Dec. 1635. He d. 29 Oct. 
1635, having had issue, 

i. Calcott, of Carnowe, Lord of the Manor of Shelala, gave by 
deed dated Jan. 1636, from his woods at Shelala, two hundred 
tons of oak squared towards the building of portion of Trinity 
College, Dublin, m. Mary, dau. of Ralph Leicester, of Toft, 
Cheshire, and d. 17 Sept. 1638, having had issue, 
(i) Calcott, d. young. 

(1) Mary, m. Alexander Temple, of Ballinderry, co. Cork, 
son of Col. John Temple, and had an only child, Mary, m. 
ist, Nov. 1676, Abraham Yarner, and by him had three daus. 
She m. 2ndly, Hugh Eccles, of Dublin, but by him had no 
issue. In her will, dated 8 June, 1706, she enjoined her 
descendants to take the name of CHAMBRE. 

(2) Jane, d.s.p. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Francis Sandford, of Sandford, Cheshire. 

2. Mary, m. 1632, Edward Brabazon, 2nd Earl of Meath, who 
was drowned 25 March, 1675. She was bur. in Dublin 14 
Sept. 1685, leaving issue. 

3. CALCOTT, of whom we treat. 
1. Hester, m. Richard Willis. 

The youngest son, 

CALCOTT CHAMBRE, of Moynmore, co. Wicklow, of which he 
obtained a grant, but conveyed it in 1638 to his nephew, Calcott, of 
Carnowe. He m. Edith, dau. of John Ward (see BLAKE WAY. M.S. 
Bodleian Library), and by her had issue, 

1. George, of Ballymurrough, co. Wexford, d. intestate. (Admon. 
to his brother 26 March, 1722.) 

2. CALCOTT, of whom presently. 

i 1. A dau., m. Robert Sunderland. 
The younger son, 

CALCOTT CHAMBRE, of Coolatrundle, co. Wexford, b. 1602, who 
left issue, two sons, 

1. Calcott, m. before 1722, Elizabeth Sunderland, niece of Robert 
Sunderland above mentioned. 

2. CALCOTT, of Carnowe. 
The younger son, 

CAPT. CALCOTT CHAMBRE, of Carnowe, co. Wicklow, m. Mary, 
dau. of Oliver Walsh, of Dollardstown, co. Kildare, and Ballykil- 
caven, Queen's Co., by Edith his wife, sister of Raphael Hunt. 
She administered to his will 2 March, 1723, and d. 17 Aug. i753i 
having had a son, 

HUNT CALCOTT CHAMBRE, of Carnowe Castle, co. Wicklow, m. 
4 June, 1735, Anna Maria, eldest dau. and co-heir of William 
Meredith, and d. 1782, having had (with other children, who 



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Chamney. 



d. unm.), three daus., Elinor, m. George Daker, of Athy, co. 
Kildare ; Anne, m. Lieut.-Col. William Conolly, i8th Foot ; and 
Henrietta, m. William Madden) a son and successor, 

MEREDITH CALCOTT CHAMBRE, of Hawthorn Hill (otherwise 
Killeavy), co. Armagh, an officer in the army, b. 1742 ; m. 30 July, 
1785, M'argaret, dau. and co-heir of George Faulkner, of Dublin, ana 
by her (who d. 31 March, 1837) had issue, 

1. HUNT WALSH, heir to his father. 

2. William, Major-Gen, in the Army, late nth Foot, d. unm. 24 
Oct. 1876. 

1. Maria, m. Rev. Robert Henry, Rector of Jonesborough, co. 

Armagh. 
Mr. Chambre d. 8 Feb. 1812, and was s. by his eldest son, 

HUNT WALSH CHAMBRE, of Hawthorn Hill, co. Armagh, Capt. 
Mullaglass Yeomanry, J.P. and High Sheriff 1829, b. 9 Dec. 1787; 
m. 15 May, 1813, Rebecca, only dau. of William Upton, of Bally- 
nabearney, co. Limerick. She d. n Aug. 1871. He d. 3 March, 
1848, leaving issue, 

1. MEREDITH, of Hawthorn Hill, J. P., b. 15 May, 1814; m 
4 April, 1843, Mabella, only dau. of Kenrick Morres Hamilton 
Jones, of Moneyglass House, co. Antrim, and d. 10 Dec. 1879, 
having had issue by her (who d. 14 March, 1911), 

1. Hunt Walsh, b. 16 Feb. 1844 ; d. unm. i March, 1871. 

2. Kenrick Hamilton, b. 10 April, 1845 ; d. unm. 7 July, 
1866. 

3. Thomas Morris Hamilton Jones, b. 30 April, 1847. 

1. Rebecca, b. 6 July, 1849 ; d. unm. 17 Dec. 1881. 

2. Mabella, b. 12 June, 1850 ; d. unm. 

2. William, b. i May, 1825 ; m. ist, Mary, dau. of Searight, 
and 2ndly, 25 July, 1857, Fanny Diana, dau. of Joseph Booth, of 
Darver Castle, co. Louth, and d. 19 July, 1865, having had two 
sons and five daus. 

3. HUNT WALSH, now of Dungannon House. 

4. JOHN, of Hawthorn Hill (see next article). 

1. Catherine, b. i Jan. 1816 ; m. 28 Jan. 1846, George William 
Leech, of the Abbey, Rathkeale. 

2. Anna Maria, b. 23 Dec. 1817 ; m. 19 Aug. 1840, Charles Leech, 
K.C., and d. 26 Sept. 1899, leaving issue (see LEECH of Cloonconra). 

3. Rebecca, b. 16 Oct. 1819. 

4. Margaret Elizabeth, b. 13 Sept. 1821 ; m. 6 Oct. 1848, Townley 
William Hardman, of Dalkey, and d. 4 May, 1897. 

5. Olivia Henrietta Agnes, b. 26 June, 1823 ; m. Robert Crok- 
shank, of Coleraine, and d. 10 May, 1891. 

6. Mary Frances, b. 18 May, 1827. 

7. Jane Hunt, b. 15 June, 1829 ; m. Rev. Henry Wray Young, 
Rector of Donaghendry, co. Tyrone, and d. 31 Ja'n. 1882. 

Arms Quarterly of eight, istaz., a dexter armed arm embowed 
or the hand grasping the stalk of a red rose slipped and leaved ppr. 
(CHAMBRE) ; 2nd, arg. a fesse counter cornpony or and az., 
between three lion's heads erased sa. a burdure gu. charged with 
eight escallops of the first (CHAMBRE) : 3rd, erm. three lozenges 
conjoined in fess sa. a bordure engrailed of the last (PIGOTT) ; 
4th, per pale or and gu. on a chief arg. three ducks close sa. 
beaked and membered of the second (CALCOTT); 5th, az. a lion 
ramp, or (MEREDITH) ; 6th, per fess. arg. and sa. a lioa rump, 
counter-changed (POWELL); 7th, az. a fess engrailed between three' 
lions rampant or (SYMONDS) ; and 8th, gu. three talbot's heads 
erased or, on a chief argent gutty de sang a lion passant sa (WHIT- 
CHURCH). Crest A greyhound's head erased arg. collared az. there- 
from a cord knotted and terminated by a ring or. Motto Tutamen 
pulchris. 

Seat Dungannon House, co. Tyrone. 



CHAMBRE, OF HAWTHORN HILL. 

JOHN CHAMBRK, of Hawthorn Hill, co. Armagh, 
and Mespil House, Dublin, b. 30 Jan. 1834, 4th 
son of Hunt Walsh Chambre, J.P., of Hawthorn 
Hill (who d. 3 March, 1848), and Rebecca his wife 
(who d. ii Aug. 1871), only dau. of William Upton 
of Ballynabearney, co. Limerick. 

Lineage, Arms, &c. See preceding article. 

Seats Hawthorn Hill, Newry, co. Armagh, and Mespil 
House, Dublin. 



CHAPMAN. See BURKE'S PEERAGE, CHAPMAN, Bart. 




CHAMNEY OF SCHOMBERGK 

WILLIAM CHAMNEY, 
of Schonberg, co. Wick- 
low, b. Oct. 1855, J.P. 
co. Wicklow. 

Lineage. JOHN CHAM- 
NEY, of Shillelagh Forge, and 
Bullard, co. Wicklow, and 
Ballynellot, co. Wexford, b. 
1650; d. ii April, 1733; m. 
3 April, 1686, Jane, dau. of 
Thomas Bacon. Her will 
dated 2 Dec. 1744, was proved 
24 Oct. 1746. Issue, 

1. THOMAS, his heir. 

2. Edward, of Knocklow, 
co. Wicklow, High Sheriff 
1743, d. 22 Aug. 1747 ; m. 
Oct. i727,Catherine White, 
and had, 

1. Thomas, of Knock- 
low, d.s.p. Aug. 1798. 

2. John, d.s.p. 

1. Catherine, m. 1748, John Ferrall, M.D., and had an only dau., 
Catherine, m. Maj.-Gen. Hugh Lyle Carmichael (see CAR- 
MICHAEL-FERRALL of Augher Castle). 

2. Jane, m. Thomas Walters. 

3. John, of Ballyforge, co. Wexford, d. 1761 ; m. 12 Jan. 1744-5, 
Anne, dau. of Henry Cope, State Physician, and had, 

1. John, of Castletown, co. Wexford, d. 1767 ; m. 31 Dec. 1761, 
Jane, dau. of William Johnson, of Arklow, and by her (who 
m. 2ndly, Dec. 1773, Benjamin Garstin (see GARSTIN of Bragans- 
town) and d. 1823) had an only dau., 

Dorothea, m. April, 1792, Rev. John Barker, and d.s.p. 1836. 

2. Joseph, of Ballyrahine, co. Wicklow, b. 1747, Capt. Coollattin 
Yeomanry, killed 2 July, 1798. 

3. Henry, b. 1748 ; d. unm. 1786. 

4. Thomas, of Ballyrahine, co. Wicklow, b. 1754 ', d. 1808 ; 
m. 7 Nov. 1774, Mary Geoghegan, and left issue, 

Henry, of Ballyrahine, b. 1786; d. 1828; m. 29 Nov. 1811, 
Elizabeth, dau. of James Symes, of Coolboy, and left issue, 

1. Elizabeth, m. Baggs. 

2. Catherine, m. Scriven. 

4. Joseph, of Forge, Shillelagh, High Sheriff co. Wicklow 1738 ; 
d. unm. 27 Sept. 1741. 

1. Elizabeth, d. 6 Feb. 1721 ; m. Percival Hunt (see HUNT of 
Danes fort). 

2. Susanna, m. 1712, Thomas Cole. 

3. Anne, d. Nov. 1743 ; m. John Archer, of Mount John, co. Wicklow. 

4. Catherine, d. 1712 ; m. 26 Nov. 1706, John Swan, of Baldwins- 
town, co. Wexford. 

The eldest son, 



THOMAS CHAMNEY, of Flatten, co. Meath, and Ballyshanog 
Jan. 1715, Margaret, d; 
ogheda, and by " 
1. John, d. young. 



Wexford, d. n July, 1735 ; m. 24 

Francis Graves, of Drogheda, and by her (who d. Oct. 1734) had, 



ue, co> 
au. of 



2. Graves, of Flatten, b. 3 June, 1723 ; d. unm. 16 Oct. 1794. 

3. JOHN, of whom presently. 

1. Elizabeth, b. 4 March, 1717 ; d. Dec. 1777 ; m. 1746, Edward 
Archer, of Mount John. 

2. Jane, b. 3 June, 1718 ; m. 1738, Will am Aickin. 

3. Esther, b. 14 July, 1719 ; d. 8 Sept. 1787 ; m. 13 June, 1748, 
Henry Cusack, of Moyaugher and Girley, co. Meath (see CUSACK 
of Gerardstown) . 

4. Frances, b. 13 Dec. 1720 ; m. 1744, Thomas Jones. 

5. Catherine, b. 29 Nov. 1726 ; d. 1809 ; m. 1754, Joseph Swan, 
of Tombrean, co. Wicklow. 

6. Susanna, b. 23 July, 1727 ; m. 1748, John Blacker. 
The 3rd son, 

JOHN CHAMNEY, of Drogheda, b. 29 July, 1724 ; d. Nov. 1792 ; 
m. 3 June, 1749, Sarah, dau. of Bartholomew Partinton-Van 
Homrigh, of Drogheda, and had, 

1. Thomas, m. Katherine Frances, dau. of Samuel Forster, of 
Kilmurry, co. Meath, and d.s.p. She m. 2ndly, Athanasius 
Cusack, of Laragh, co. Kildare (see CUSACK of Gerardstown). 

2. WILLIAM GRAVES, of whom presently. 

3. John Van Homrigh, b. 1758 ; d. 1796, Capt. 25th Foot. 

4. Bartholomew, of Rathmullen, co. Meath, d. i July, 1804. 

1. Elizabeth, b. 1717 ; m. Rev. Joseph Irwin. 

2. Margaret, m. John Coulter. 

3. Sarah, m. Patrick Ewing. 

4. Ethelinda, m. John Warren. 

5. Frances, m. ii April, 1795, John Johnston Fullerton. 

6. Juliet, m. 4 June, 1796, Richard Plunkett, of Ardkeru, co. 
Roscommon 

7. Susan, m. Blacker. 

8. Mary Anne, m. Edward Ball, of Dunover, co. Meath. 
The 2nd son, 

WILLIAM GRAVES CHAMNEY, m. Hester Mascall, and had issue, 

1. Graves, b. 1784 ; m. Eliza Massey, and had issue, all d.s.p. 

2. Robert Mascall, b. 23 April, 1787 ; d. 26 Feb. 1865 ; m. 9 May, 
1816, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of John Richard Mascall, of Ashford, 
Kent, Capt. R.N., and by her (who d. 31 Dec. 1872) had, 

i. Robert Mascall (Rev.), M.A. (Cantab), b. 7 Oct. 1821; d. 

5 Dec. 1894 I m - ist 2 5 Au 8- l8 5> Sophia Catherine, dau. of 

Rev. William H. Cole, and by her (who d. 6 March, 1852) had, 

Paul Martin (Rev.), b. 4 March, 1852, M.A. (Oxon), Vicar 

of St. Luke's, Richmond, Surrey : m. 15 July, 1884, Leonora 



Charley. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



1 08 



Marian Ellen, eldest dau. of Henry Charles Greenwood, 
of The Towers, Market Drayton, and has issue surviving, 
Ronald Martin, b. 25 July,' 1887. 
Norman Paul, b. 15 March, 1891. 

The Rev. Robert Mascall Chamney m. 2ndly, 27 Dec. 1854 

Sarah Bennett, only dau. of William Bateman, of Folkestone. 

She d.s.p. 28 June, 1885. He m. 3rdly, 15 July, 1886, Isabella 

Louisa, eldest dau. of Thomas Reynolds Reynolds, of Burford, 

Oxfordshire. She d.s.p. 30 March, 1892. 

1. Mary Greenhill, d. 27 Dec. 1831. 

2. Caroline, d. 15 Dec. 1904. 

3. Elizabeth, d. 5 Feb. 1897 ; m. 24 Aug. 1859, George Frederick 
Hodgson, M.R.C.S. 

3. John, b. 8 May, 1794 ; d. 14 April, 1867 : m. 25 May, 1819, 
Melinda, dau. of John Edward Fogarty, of Cashel, and had with 
others who d. young, 

1. John Edward, b. 23 May, 1820; <2. 31 Dec. 1857; m. ip Feb. 1853, 
Mary, dau. of George Taylor, of Lessonfield, co. Dublin, and had, 

(i) George Taylor, b. 18 Oct. 1855. 

(1) Mary. 

(2) Sophia, d. 9 Jan. 1900 ; m. 29 April, 1897, Albert Grum- 
pelt, of Barkley West, S.A. 

2. WILLIAM GRAVES, of whom presently. 

3. Robert Mascall, b. 29 Nov. ifi22 ; d. 13 July, 1877 ', m. 1852, 
Ellen, dau. of Edward Beere, of Bushfield Avenue, Dublin, 
and had with other issue, 

(1) Albert Edward, b. 6 July, 1853 ', d. 18 Feb. 1885 : m. 
19 Aug. 1880, Margaret Maria, dau. of Miles Stirling, of 
Thomastown, co. Kilkenny, and had, 

Robert Mascall, b. n July, 1881. 
Margaret Stirling. 

(2) John Edward, b. 23 Dec. 1863 ; m. g Jan. 1892, Kathleen, 
dau. of Michael Howard, and has, 

1. Robert Mascall, b. 5 Aug. 1893. 

2. William Joseph, b. 5 Feb. 1895. 

3. John Edward, b. 29 May, 1898. 

(i) Melinda, m. 6 Sept. 1887, Walter Joseph Corcoran, of 
Ballybane, co. Wexford. 

4. Arthur Taylor, b. 3 March, 1841 ; m. 24 Oct. 1870, Emily, 
dau. of Loftus Bateman, of Dublin, and has, 

Arthur Loftus, b. 8 Oct. 1874. 
Melinda. 

1. Melinda Louisa, d. 25 June, 1874 m - 2 9 J u ty> 1846, George 
Heron, of Liverpool, who d. 25 March, 1863. 

2. Mary Anne, d. 14 May, 1884 ; m. i May, 1848, William H. 
Tyrrell, of Dublin, who d. 30 Dec. 1861. 

3. Elizabeth, d. 12 March, 1886 ; m. 4 Aug. 1859, William 
Lawrence Stroud, of Liverpool, who d. 12 April, 1902. 

1. Sarah, m. Adam Ledwich. 

2. Frances, m. Charles Hughes. 

WILLIAM GRAVES CHAMNEY, b. 29 May, 1821 ; d. 8 Dec. 1869, j 
called to the Bar at the King's Inns, Easter 1848 ; m. 29 Aug. 1851, 
Harriett Bulkeley, dau. and sole heir of Joseph Bulkeley- Johnson, of 
Mortlake House, Conjrleton, Cheshire, by Sophia, dau. and heir of 
Holland Watson, and by her (who d. 28 Feb. 1866) had issue, 

1. Bulkeley, b. 24 June, 1852 ; d. 30 Jan. 1853. 

2. WILLIAM, now of Schonberg. 

1. Harriett Louisa Mary, d. 15 Feb. 1856. 

2. Sophia Watson, d. 10 Aug. 1908. 

3. Harriett Frances, d. 4 Dec. 1896, 

Anns. Quarterly ist and 4th, gu. a chevron engrailed arg. 
between in chief two esquire's helmets, and in base a garb, all ppr. 
on a canton of the 2nd an oak tree eradicated and fructed of the 3 d 
(CHAMNEY) ; 2nd quarterly ist and 4th, per pale sa. and az. on a 
saltire arg., between three towers of the last in flames ppr., one 
in chief and two in fess, and in base two tilting spears in saltire ' 
of the last five game cocks gu. (JOHNSON) ; and and 3rd, sa. a 
chevron between three bulls' heads cabossed arg. (BULKELEY) ; 
3rd, arg., on a chevron engrailed az. between three martlets sa., 
as many crescents or (WATSON). Crest A garb or, banded gu., 
enclosing two hatchets in saltire ppr. Motto Ceres juncta marte. 
Residences Schonberg, Bray, co. Wicklow ; 15, Elgin Road, Dublin. 

CHARLEY OF S*EYMOTJR HILL. 

EDWARD JOHNSON 
CHARLEY, of Seymour 
Hill, co. Antrim", J.P., 
6. 10 Dec. 1859. 

Lineag-e. The family of 
Charley, or Chorley, passing 
over from the north of Eng- 
land, settled in Ulster in the 
I7th century, at first at Bel- 
fast, where they were owners 
of house property for two 
hundred years, and after- 
wards at Finaghy, co. Antrim, 
where RALPH CHARLEY, of 
Finaghy House, b. 1664 ; d. 
1746, aged 82. His son, 

JOHN CHARLEY, of Finaghy, 
6. 1712 ; d. 1793, aged 81, 
leaving a son and successor, 

JOHN CHARLEY, of Finaghy 
House, b. 1744 ; m. 1783, 
Anne Jane, dau. of Richard 
Wolfenden, of Harmony Hill, 
co. Down, andd. 26 Jan. 1812, 
aged 68, having by her (who 
d. 3 Feb. 1818) had issue, 




1. JOHN, of Finaghy House, b. 1784; d. unm. 1844. 

2. MATTHEW, of Finaghy House, b. 1788 ; m. 1819, Mary Anne, 
dau. of Walter Roberts, of Colin House ; and d. 1846, leaving 
issue, 

1. JOHN STOUPPE, of Finaghy House, co. Antrim, and Island 
of Arranmore, co. Donegal, J.P. cos. Donegal, Antrim, and 
Borough of Belfast, High Sheriff co. Donegal 1875-6, b. 1825 ; 
m. 1851, Mary Stewart, dau. of Francis Forster, J.P., of Roshine 
Lodge, co. Donegal,. and d. 14 April, 1878, having had issue, 

(1) JOHN FRANCIS WILLIAM, Major (2nd in command) 
ist Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Commandant of 
Messourie, North West Provinces of India ; b. 14 May, 
1857 ; fell mortally wounded while leading his regt. at the 
battle of Colenso, 12 Dec. 1899. 

(2) WALTER ROBERTS MATTHEW, J.P., heir male of the 
family, b. 1859 ; is m. and settled at Pine Lake, Alberta, 
Canada. 

(i) Mary Grace Leader. (2) Constance Stewart. 

(3) Charlotte Elizabeth. 

2. Matthew, 6. 1827, m. 1856, Isabel Irvine, and d. 1870, 
having had issue, 

(1) Edith, m. Rev. W. H. Winn, Rector of Dunsfold, 
Godalming, Surrey, and has issue two sons. 

(2) Isabel. 

3. William Thomas (Sir), K.C., D.C.L. Oxford, Common 
Serjeant of London 1878-92, Member of Court of Lieu- 
tenancy of London, M.P. for Salford 1868 to 1880, Past 
Master of the Lorimers* Co., and Hon. Col. 3rd Vol. Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers (V.D.), b. 5 March. 1833 ; m. n Feb. 1890, Clara 
dau. of the late F. G. Harbord, of Kirby Park, Cheshire, and 
d. 1904, having had issue, 

(1) Clara Noel. 

(2) Estelle Dumergue. 

1. Annie, d. 1871. 

2. Susan, m. the Rev. H. N. Dupont, and d. i May, 1897. 

3. Letitia, m. 1851, Maj. William Mackay Mackenzie, and has 
issue, one son and four daus. 

3. WILLIAM, of Seymour Hill. 
The 3rd son, 

WILLIAM CHARLEY, of Seymour Hill, Dunmurry, m. 1817, Isabella, 
eldest dau. of William Hunter, J.P., of Dunmurry, and d. 20 Feb. 
1838, aged 37, having had issue, 

1. JOHN, of Seymour Hall. 

2. WILLIAM, s. his brother. 

8. Edward, of Conway House, Lisburn, m. ist, Mary, dau. of A. 

Caldecott, of Woodford Hall, Essex, and had a dau., m. to Capt. 

Toe, R.N. ; and 2ndly, Catherine Jane, dau. of J. Richardson, 

J.P., of Lambeg House, Lisburn, and d. Nov. 1868, leaving 

issue, 

i. Edward (Rev.), Rector of Rossett, Denbighshire, b. 20 March, 
1860; m. Eva, dau. of Alfred Thomas, J.P., of Frodsham, 
Cheshire. 

1. Edith Margaret, b. 5 June, 1857; m. Rev. W. Paige Cox, 
Rector of Alderley Edge, Cheshire, and has two daus. 

2. Kathleen Isabel Airth, b. 3 March, 1864. 

1. Mary, d. 1887. 

2. Anne Jane, d. 2 Nov. 1904, having m. William Stevenson, jun., 
of Belfast. 

3. Eliza, m. Andrew Caldecott, J.P., of Pishobury Park, Saw- 
bridgeworth, co. Hertford, and has issue. 

4. Isabella, m. the Rev. R. Leslie Scott, Rector of Little Parndon, 
Essex. 

5. Emily. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN CHARLEY, of Seymour Hill, co. Antrim, d. unm. 17 Dec. 
1843, aged 25, and was s. by his brother, 

WILLIAM CHARLEY, of Seymour Hill, co. Antrim, J.P., D.L., b. 
ii April, 1826 ; m. i Oct. 1856, Ellen Anna Matilda, dau. of Edward 
Johnson, J.P., of Ballymacash, near Lisburn, and grand-dau. 
of Rev. Philip Johnson, J.P. and D.L., and d. 30 Sept. 1890, having 
by her (who d. Feb. 1890) had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, b. 24 Nov. 1857 ; d. unm. 30 June, 1904. 

2. EDWARD JOHNSON, now of Seymour Hill. 

3. John George Stewart, b. 19 Dec. 1863 ; d. 22 May, 1886. 

4. Thomas Henry FitzWilliam, b. 27 Jan. 1866 ; d. 28 March, 1885. 

5. Arthur Frederick, of Mossvale, co. Down, b. 25 Sept. 1870. 

6. Harold Richard, Capt. ist Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, b. 4 April, 
i875- 

1. Ellen Frances Isabella, m. 6 April, 1893, Charles Howard 
Duffin, of Roselands, near Belfast, and has issue. 

2. Elizabeth Mary Florence. 

3. Emily Constance Jane, m. 29 April, 1903, James Stewart 
Reade, eldest son of James T. Reade, of Ardara, Belfast. 

4. Wilhelmina Maud Isabel. 

Arms Arg., on a chevron gu. between three corn bluebottles 
slipped ppr. a mullet or. Crest On a chapeau gu. turned up erm, 
a falcon's head erased arg. charged with a cinquefoil of the first, in 
the beak a corn bluebottle as in the arms. Motto Justus esto et 
non metue. 

Seats Seymour Hill, Dunmurry, co. Antrim ; and Mossvale, 
co. Down. Club Ulster, Belfast 



CHARTERIS OF CAHIR. 

RICHARD BUTLER CHARTERIS, of Cahir Lodge, 
co. Tipperary, Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. Warwick- 
shire Yeomanry, Staff Officer Inspector General of 
Cavalry, served in S. Africa 1900-1, b. 12 Oct. 



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Chetwode. 



1866; m. 8 Aug. 1890, Pamela, dau. of Robert 
Dyer, of Layham, Ipswich. 

Lineag-e. RICHARD BUTLER, 2nd Earl of Glengall, a repre- 
sentative peer, b. in May, 1794 ; m. 20 Feb. 1834, Margaret Lauretta, 
younger dau. and co-heir of William Mellish, of Woodford, Essex, 
and by her (who d. 1863) had issue, 

1. MARGARET, who s. to the estates. 

2. MATILDA, b. 20 Aug. 1836 ; d. unm. 18 March, i8f-r. 

Lord Glengall d. 22 June, 1858, when the Earldom of Glengall and 
Viscounty of Cahir became EXTINCT. He was s. in h's estates bv 
his eldest dau., 

LADY MARGARET BUTLER, of Cahir Lodge, co. Tipperary, b. 
27 Nov. 1834 ; m. 2 Aug. 1858, Lieut.-Col. Hon. RICHARD CHARTERIS, 
and son of Francis, 8th Earl of Wemyss and March, by whom (who 
d. 1 6 March, 1874) she has issue, 

1. RICHARD, now of Cahir Lodge. 

2. Edmund Butler, late Lieut. Royal Horse Guards, b. 28 Sept. 
1870. 

1. Elinor Margaret, b. i Sept. 1859; m. 12 July, 1888, Col. Inigo 
Richmond Jones, of Kelston Park, co. Somerset, and has issue 
(see that family), 

2. Maud Emily, b. 27 Aug. 1860 ; m. 29 Oct. 1889, Lieut.-Col. 
Charles Arthur Wynne-Finch, of Voelas, co. Denbigh, and has 
issue (see that family). 

Seat Cahir Lodge, Tipperary. Town Residence 27, Curzon 
S tree t.JMayf air. Clubs Turf , White's, and Royal Yacht Squadron. 

CHEARNLEY OF SALTERBRIDGE. 

HENRY PHILIP CHEARNLEY, of Salterbridge, co, 
Waterford, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1882, Major 
Waterford Artillery Militia, b, 2 Jan. 1852 ; m. 16 
Sept. 1879, Anne Elizabeth, dau, of John Palmer, 
of Tralee, and has had issue, 

1. Anthony Richard, b. July, 1880; d. 12 May ,1881. 

2. HENRY JOHN, Capt. Supplementary List R.F.A., b. 4 Sept. 
1882 ; m. 1910, Dora, 2nd dau. of late Henry Lamont, of Gribton 
Dumfriesshire. 

8. Charles Leopold, b. 12 Oct. 1883. 

4. Cecil Philip, b. 29 March, 1885. 

1. Aileen, b. 22 June, 1886. 

Lineage. SAMUEL CHEARNLEY (son of Anthony Chearnley 
of Kilgrogy), m. Mary, dau. of Phill Moore (who d. 28 Jan. 1724-5), 
and d. 31 Aug. 1741, having by her (who was b. at Bandon Bridge, 
co. Cork, 25 Oct. 1681, and d. 21 June, 1756) had issue, 

1. ANTHONY, of whom presently. 

2. Samuel, d. at Birr, 12 March, 1746, aged 29. 
The son and heir, 

ANTHONY CHEARNLEY, of Spring Park, Affane, co. Waterford 
whose will (dated 10 July, 1785) was proved 26 March, 1877, m. ist, 
Anna Gervais, who d. 28 March, 1755, and by her had a son, Thomas. 
He m. andly, Janet, dau. and co-heir of Richard Musgrave of 
Salterbridge, co. Waterford, by whom he had issue, 

1. Samuel, b. 27 Sept. 1756. 

2. RICHARD, of whom hereafter. 

3. ANTHONY, s. his brother Richard. 

4. Christopher, b. i Feb. 1763 ; d. an infant. 

5. Joseph, b. 16 April, 1764 ; d. 14 Dec. 1827. 

6. John, b. 4 March, 1772. 

7. Christopher Musgrave, b. 17 Feb. 1769 ; d. March, 1816. 

1. Jannet, b. 24 July, 1759 ; m. 22 Sept. 1785, Capt. W. Hale, of 
Rockneld. 

2. Mary, b. 8 Sept. 1765 ; m. 27 Jan. 1791, John Grove White, of 
Kilbume, co. Cork, and d. 1836. leaving issue (see WHITE of 
Kilbyrne). 

3. Elizabeth Musgrave, b. 25 Feb. 1767 ; m. Charles Elliott, of 
Woodville, co. Wexford. 

The eldest son of the 2nd wife, 

RICHARD CHEARNLEY, of Salterbridge, 5. to his mother's property. 
23 Nov. 1760, and d.s.p. i Sept. 1791, when he was s. by his brothei, 

ANTHONY CHEARNLEY, of Salterbridge, High Sheriff of co 
Waterford 1809, b. i Dec. 1761 ; m. ist, in Aug. 1796, Julia Browne, 
of Gallstown, co. Meath ; and 2ndly, Isabella, dau. of William 
Newcome, D.D., Archbishop of Armagh, by whom he had issue, 

1. Anthony, b. 19 Nov. 1806 ; d. unm. 

2. RICHARD, of whom presently. 

3. William. Capt. 8th King's Regt., formerly Col. Commandant 
Volunteers at Halifax, Nova Scotia, b. 18 Jan. 1809 ; d. 9 July 

1871, leaving by Mary his wife, a dau., 

Edith Musgrave, m. 15 June, 1898, W. Lambe, B.C.S*., ard 
son of the late W. Lambe, M.A. Dublin. 

4. Edward, b. 6 Jan. 1810 ; d. same year. 

5. Philip Armitage, b. 6 Jan. 1811 ; d. same year. 

6. Philip, b. 15 Sept. 1814 ; d. unm. 21 Oct. 1867. 

7. John, b. 15 May, 1817 ; d. unm. 28 March, 1867. 
The 2nd son, 

RICHARD CHEARNLEY, of Salterbridge, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Waterford 1842, b. 13 Dec. 1807 ; m. Mary, dau. of Ven. 
Henry Cotton, LL.D., Archdeacon of Cashel, and by her (who d. 
28 April, 1877) had issue, 

1. RICHARD ANTHONY, his successor. 

2. HENRY PHILIP, successor to his brother. 

3. William John, b. 31 Dec. 1854 ; d. unm. i June, 1888. 

4. Walter Cecil, b. n May, 1859. 

1. Isabella Mary, m. 20 Oct. 1874, William John Perceval-Maxwell, 
of Moore Hill, co. Waterford, and had issue (see PERCEVAL- 
MAXWELL of Finnebrogue). 




2. Frances Jane, d. unm. 24 April, ion. 

3. Mary. 

Mr. Chearnley d. 4 Jan. 1863, and was s. by his eldest son 

RICHARD ANTHONY CHEARNLEY, of 'Salterbridge, b 10 Mav 
1850, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Waterford 1850] d.s.p 27 Dec 
1879, when he was s. by his brother. 

Seat Salterbridge, Cappoquin, co. Waterford. Clubs Con- 
stitutional, Kildare Street, and County Cork. 



CHEROIS. See DE LA CHEROIS. 



WILMOT-CHETWODE OF WOODBROOK. 

ALICE MARGARET 
AGNES WILMOT CHET- 
WODE, of Woodbrook, 
Queen's Co. 

Lineage. SIR NICHOLAS 
WILMOT, of Osmaston (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, EARDLEY- 
WILMOT of Berkswell), d. 28 
Dec., 1682, leaving issue by his 
wife, Dorothy, dau. of Sir 
Henry Harper, of Calke, an 
eldest son, 

ROBERT WILMOT, M.P. for 

j Derby, d. 1722, who by his 

I wife, Elizabeth, dau. and sole 

heir of Edward Eardley, of 

Eardley, Staffs, other issue (see 

BURKE'S Peerage), a 2nd son, 

JOHN WILMOT, m. Frances, 
dau. of Francis Barker, and 
had issue, 

1. ROBERT, his heir. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Alice, m. John Ryder, 
D.D., Archbishop of Tuam. 

ROBERT WILMOT, m. Mary, dau. of Joseph Hall, of Nettleton, 
Notts, and has issue, 

1. Robert, m. and left issue. 

2. EDWARD, of whom presently. 

1. Alice, m. Thomas Copley, of Nether Hall, Doncaster. 
The 2nd son. 

EDWARD WILMOT, of Drogheda and Cork, d. 1815 ; m. Martha, 
dau. and co-heir of Rev. Charles Moore, Rector of Innishannon (see 
MOORE of Cremorgan), and had issue, 

1. ROBERT ROGERS, his heir. 

2. Edward Eardley, Lieut.-Col. R.A., m. Mary Anne, dau. of 
Daniel Conner, of Ballybricken (see that family), and had issue. 

3. Charles, R.N., d. aged 10. 

1. Catherine. 

2. Martha, m. Rev. William Bradford, Rector of Storrington, 
Sussex. 

3. Alicia. 

4. Harriett, m. James Gamier, of Barbadoes. 

5. Dorothea, m. Roger Eaton, of Parglas, Wales. 

6. Anna Maria, m. Rev. John Hardy- 

ROBERT ROGERS WILMOT, Deputy Recorder of Cork, m, Eliza, 
dau. of Rev. John Chetwood, Rector of Rathcooney (see CHETWOOD- 
AIKEN). They had issue, 

EDWARD, of whom next. 

Emily Margaret, m. 26 Aug. 1819, Right Hon. William Brooke, of 

Dromovana, co. Cavan, Master-in-Chancery, and had issue (see 

that family). 

EDWARD WILMOT-CHETWODE, of Woodbrook, s. to the estates 
of Jonathan Chetwood, of Woodbrook (see CHETWOOD-AIKEN), 
and assumed by Royal licence, dated 18 Sept. 1839, the additional 
surname and arms of CHETWODE. He was b. 4 Feb. 1801, and 
d. 9 May, 1874. He m. Lady Jean Janet Erskine, dau. of John 
Thomas, Earl of Mar. She d. 16 May, 1861, having had issue, 

1. Knightley Jonathan, of Woodbfook, b. 31 May, 1831 ; d. 
12 Jan. 1887 ; m, 20 Nov. 1872, Henriette, widow of Count 
Railing, of Swerting, Sweden, and dau. of late Marechal de la 
Cour Charles Uggla, of Stora Djiilo, Sweden. 

2. Edward Robert Erskine, b. 24 Sept. 1852 ; d. 1886 ; m. 
i Sept. 1875, Gertrude, dau. of Rev. Alfred Hamilton, of Taney, 
co. Dublin, and had issue, 

1. Edward Erskine, 6. n June, 1878 ; d. 1900. 
x. Gertrude Florence Evelyn. 

2. Kathleen Rita, b. 9 Nov. 1879. 

1. ALICE MARGARET AGNES, now of Woodbrook. 

2. Fanny Elizabeth Isabella, d. 1895. 

3. Janet Philadelphia, d. 1880, having m, T. O'Donoghue. 
Arms Quarterly, ist, quarterly arg. and gu., four crosses 

form6e counterchanged, an annulet az. for difference (CHETWODE) ; 
2nd, or, three crescents gu. (DE WAHULL) ; 3rd, sa. on a fess or 
between three eagles' heads erased arg., as many escallops gu., 
a mullet lor difference (WILMOT) ; 4th, vert, a lion rampant and 
in chief three estoiles or (O'MoRE). 
Seat Woodbrook, Portarlington. 



Chevers. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 




CHEVERS OF KILLYAN. 

JOHN J OSEPH 

CHEVERS, of Killyan 
House, co. Galway, 
J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff of Galway Town 
1895-4, &.28 Nov. 1866, 
late Capt. 4th Batt. 
Connaught Rangers ; 
m. 23 Jan. 1894, 
Frederica Sophia Eliza- 
beth Mary, younger 
dau. of Henry Owen 
Lewis, D.L., of Tnnis- 
keen, co. Monaghan (see 
that family), and has 
issue, 

1. NORMAN MICHAEL 
JOSEPH HENRY, b. 16 July, 
1898. 

2. Michael John Joseph, 
b. 27 Aug. 1902. 

3. John Aloysius Joseph, 
b. 19 May, 1909. 

4. Hyacinth Edward Joseph, b. i June, 1910. 

1. Frederica Annie. 

2. Annie Mary Frances. 

3. Ellis. *. Frances. 

Lineage WALTER CHEVERS, of Ballyhaly, co. Wexford, chief 
of his name according to a funeral entry in Ulster's Office, was 
Commissoner, co. Meath, 3 EDWARD IV, 1483. He m. Ellen, dau. 
of Sir William Wells, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and by her had, j 
with a dau. Margaret, m. Bartholomew Aylmer, of Lyons, a son 
and heir. 

NICHOLAS CHEVERS, of Ballyhaly, m. Alice, dau. of Robert Fitz- ! 
simons, and sister of Walter Fitzsimons, Archbishop of Dublin, and by 
her (who m. 2ndly, Nicholas, Lord Howth, and srdly, Plunket, 
of Loughcrew) had, with a dau. Joan, m. William Hore, of Harpers- 
town, co. Wexford, a son and heir, 

SIR WALTER CHEVERS, of Ballyhaly, m. Elena, dau. of Nicholas, j 
Lord Howth, and by her had, with two younger sons, John and | 
Thomas, a son and heir, 

SIR CHRISTOPHER CHEVERS, of Ballyhaly and Ballycullen, co. 
Wexford, m. ist, Maude, dau. of Walter Kelly, Alderman of Dublin, 
and by her had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. Nicholas, of Donnacarny, co. Meath, whose dau. Katherine, 
m. William Locke, of Colmanstown, co. Dublin. 

3. Patrick, d. unm. 1585. 6. Walter. 5. Thomas. 

1. A dan., m. Golding. 

2. Margaret, m. Robert Kent. 

3. Katherine, m. Patrick Talbot, of Malahide. 

He m. 2ndly, Anne Plunkett, an heiress, by whom he acquired 
Macetown, co. Meath, Rathmore, co. Wicklow and large estates 
in cos. Kildare and Carlow. Her will is dated 1583. Sir Christopher 
d. 20 March, 1581 (will dated 18 March, 1550, proved 1581), having 
by her had issue, 

4. Elenor. 5. Ellis. 

6. Janet. 7. Margaret. 
His eldest son, 

JOHN CHEVERS, of Macetown, co. Meath, b. 1549 ; m. ist.Katherine, 
dau. and co-heir of Henry Travers, of Monkstown, co. Dublin, and 
by her had issue; 

1. CHRISTOPHER, his heir. 

2. Henry, of Monkstown, m. Katherine, dau. of Richard 
Fitzwilliam, of Merrion, co. Dublin, and sister of Thomas Fitz- 
william, ist Viscount Fitzwilliam, and had issue. 

3. Richard. 

1. Jennett. 2. Frances. 

3. Elinor, m. Thomas Luttrell, of Luttre 11s town, co. Dublin. 

He m. 2ndly, Elinor Segrave, and d. 30 April, 1599 (will dated 
20 April, 1595). His eldest son, 

CHRISTOPHER CHIVERS, of Macetown, to whom the dignity of a 
baronet was given by JAMES I, but no patent appears to have 
followed. He m. ist, Eleanor, dau. of Christopher, 141x1 Lord 
Delvin, and sister of Richard, ist Earl of Westmeath, and by her 
had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 2. Christopher. 

8. Garrett, m. Katherine Anne, dau. of Hamon Chevers, of 

Killiane, co. Wexford. 

4. Anthony. 5. Richard. 6. Peter. 

1. Mary, m. Edward Dalton. 

2. Bridget. 3. Anne. 

He m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of Jerome Bath, of Edickstown, co. Meath, 
and d. 7 Nov. 1640, having by her had issue, 

7. William. 

8. Jerome, of Drogheda, merchant, Sheriff of that town 1671, 
who left issue by Katherine his wife. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN CHEVERS, of Macetown, was transplanted to Connaught 
by Cromwell, and obtained a grant of Killyan, co. Galway, 1667, 
from CHARLES II, m. ist, Mary, dau. of Sir Henry Bealing, of 
Killisk, co. Kildare, an4. 2ndly, Joan, dau. of Edward Sutton, 
and left three sons, 



1. Edward, VISCOUNT MOUNT LEINSTER, and Baron Bannow, 
so created by JAMES II, 23 Aug. 1689. He was present at the 
battle of the Boyne with the King, was included in the articles 
of Limerick, but relinquished the benefits of the capitulation 
and accompanied his dethroned sovereign into exile and was 
attainted. He m. Ann, dau. of Patrick Sarsfield, of Lucan, 
and sister of 'Patrick, Earl of Lucan. He d. abroad 1709, and his 
male issue became extinct. 

2. Andrew, of Cregan, co. Galway, who had an only son, Hyacinth 
of Cregan, who d.s.p. Will dated 29 July, 1757, proved 14 Nov. 
1758. 

3. JOHN, of whom presently. 
The third son, 

JOHN CHEVERS, of Killyan, co. Galway, m. Ellis, dau. of Edward 
Geoghegan, of Castletown, co. Westmeath, and had issue. 

1. MICHAEL, his heir. 

2. Edward, of Leckafin, m. Bridget Telberton, and had issue. 

3. Christopher, m. Barbara, dau. of John Smyth, and eventual 
co-heir of her brother Valentine Smyth, of Dama, co. Kilkenny, 
and had a dau., Barbara, m. 24 Sept. 1771, Lawrence Coyne 
Nugent, of Finnae. 

4. Mathias, Knt. of St. Jago, Governor of Fuentarabia, d.s.p. 
Oct. 1771. 

5. Augustin (Most Rev.), Bishop of Meath, d. 18 Aug. 1778. 

6. Hyacinth, who left an only dau., m. 10 Feb. 1759, John Fallen, 
of Cloonagh, co. Roscommon. 

1. Margaret, m. Richard Burke, of Glinsk. 

2. A dau., m. Hugh O'Connor. 
The eldest son, 

MICHAEL CHEVERS, of Killyan, co. Galway, m. Margaret, dau. 
of O'Flyn, of Turlough, co. Galway, by whom (whose will, dated 
31 March, 1780, was proved 21 July following) he had, with a dau., 
m. Michael Blake, of Kiltulla Castle, co. Galway, and another son, 
John, who d.s.p., two sons, 

1. Christopher, m. Nov. 1769, Hon. Frances Nugent, dau. of 
William Nugent, of Pallas, Lord Riverston, and d.s.p. 

2. HYACINTH, who carried on the line. 

Mr. Chevers made his will 2 July, 1776, which was proved 16 Oct. 
1779, and his elder son dying s.p., the family estate and representa- 
tion eventually devolved on the 2nd son, 

HYACINTH CHEVERS, of Killyan, m. about 1782, Mary, dau. of 
Patrick Lynch, of Cottage, co. Galway, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 2. Christopher. 

3. Patrick, m. Eleanor, dau. of Cashell, and had issue, 

1. Hyacinth. 

2. Ge'orge, m. Louisa, widow of Richard D'Arcy, of New Forest. 
i. Grace. 

1. Mary, m. Michael R. Plunkett, an Officer in the Army. 

2. Eliza, m. James D'Arcy, of New Forest, co. Galway, and 
Rockvale, co. Clare. 

The eldest son, 

JOHN CHEVERS, of Killyan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1836-7. 
b. 16 May, 1790; m. 20 Dec. 1822, Eleanor, eldest dau. of John 
MacDonnell, of Caranacon, co. Mayo, and d. 7 April, 1857, having 
had issue, 

1. MICHAEL JOSEPH, of Killyan. 

2. Christopher, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, who adopted 
the additional surname of MACDONNELL, and is dec. 

3. Joseph, who adopted the additional surname of MACDONNELL, 
pursuant to his maternal uncle's will, and is dec. 

4. Patrick Edward, d. unm. 
1. Maria. 

The eldest son, 

MICHAEL JOSEPH CHEVERS, of Killyan, J.P. and D.L., b. Oct. 
1827, High Sheriff 1860-61 ; m. 10 July, 1865, Annie, 2nd dau. of 
Hon. Martin ffrench, of Ballinamore Park, co. Gaiway (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, FFRENCH. B.). She d. 3 Oct. 1898, leaving issue. 

1. JOHN JOSEPH, now of Killyan. 

2. Martin Joseph, b. 30 Nov. 1867. 

3. Michael Joseph. " 4. Rufus Joseph. 

5. Henry Joseph. 

1. Margaret, m. 19 April, 1899, John Felix O'Neill, M.A., son of 
Hugh O'Neill, of Dalkey. 

2. Nina. 

3. Evelyn. 

4. Josephine, m. 8 June, 1904, James Hayes. 
Mr. Chevers d. 10 April. 1889. 

Arms Gu., three goats salient arg. Crest A demi-goat arg. 
as in the arms collared gu., horned and unguled or. Motto En 
Dieu es ma foi. 

Seat Killyan House, Ballinasloe, co. Galway. 



CHICHESTER OF MOYOLA PARK. 

LIEUT. -COL. ROBERT PEEL DAWSON SPENCER 
CHICHESTER, of Moyola Park, co. Londonderry, 
and Dooish, co. Donegal, J.P. and D.L. co. London- 
derry, and J.P. cos. Antrim and Donegal, High 
Sheriff co. Londonderry 1907, High Sheriff co. 
Antrim 1911, Lieut. -Col. commanding 6th Batt. 
D.C.O. Middlesex Regt., late Capt. ist Batt. 
Irish Guards, served in British Central Africa 
1897-1900 (medal and clasp), and in S. African 
War (medal and clasp), 6. '13 Aug. 1873 ; m. 
ii Dec. 1901, Dehra, only child of the late James 



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IRELAND. 



Chute. 



Kerr-Fisher, of the Manor House, Kilrea, co. 
Antrim, and Castlerock, co. Londonderry, and has 
issue, 

ROBERT JAMES SPENCER, b. 30 Sept. 1902. 

Marion Caroline Dehra, b. 16 May, 1904. 

Col. Chichester is the eldest son of the late Lord 
Adolphus John Spencer Churchill Chichester, D.L., 
of Moyola (who d. 5 March, 1901), and Mary his wife, 
only child of Col. Robert Peel Dawson, M.P., of 
Moyola Park, and grandson of Edward, 4th Marquess 
of Donegall (who d. 20 Jan. 1889). 

Liineagre, Arms, &c. See BURKE'S Peerage, DONEGALL, M. 

Seats Moyola Park, Castledawson, co. Londonderry, and 
Dooish, co. Donegal. Residence 76, The Drive, Hove, Sussex ; 
Eden Lodge, Dungiven, co. Londonderry. Clubs Guards, White's, 
Junior United Service, Ulster (Belfast), and Union (Brighton). 



CHICHESTER. 

See BURKE'S PEERAGE, TEMPLEMORE, B. 



CHUTE OF CHUTE HALL. 

CAPT. RICHARD AREMBERG BLENNERHASSETT 
CHUTE, of Chute Hall, co. Kerry, Capt. Manchester 
Regt., late E. Surrey Regt., b. 24 June, 1870. 

Liineagre. GEORGE CHUTE, a military Officer, went into 
Ireland during the rebellion of Desmond and obtained grants of 
land near Dingle, which were soon, however, alienated. He m. 
Miss Evans, of co. Cork, and had a son, 

DANIEL CHUTE, who acquired in marriage with a dau. of McElli- 
gott, the lands of Tulligaron (subsequently called Chute Hall), 
which were afterwards, with others since disposed of, confirmed 
by patent 1630, under which they are now held. He left (with a 
dau., m. to Crosbie) a son and successor, 

RICHARD CHUTE, of Tulligaron, co. Kerry, afterwards of Chute 
Hall, High Sheriff co. Kerry 1664, elected M.P. for co. Kerry 
1661 but unseated ; m. Agnes, sister of Sir Thomas Crosbie, of 
Ardfert (see that family], and dau. of Col. David Crosbie, M.P. 
for Ardfert 1639, and was s. by his son, 

EUSEBIUS CHUTE, of Tulligaron, High Sheriff co. Kerry 1697, 
m. Mary, sister of Mr. Justice Bernard, of the Court of Common 
Pleas in" Ireland, ancestor of the Earls of Bandon, and had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 

2. Francis, Collector of Tralee, J. P. co. Kerryini736 ; m. Rebecca, 
aunt of Sir John Allen Johnson, Bart., and sister of Very Rev. 
Ralph Walsh, Dean of Dromore. He d.s.p. His will was proved 
ii May, 1753, and his widow's 9 Aug. 1800. 

8. Pierce, ancestor of the CHUTES of Tralee. 

4. Arthur (Rev), b. at Tullygarron, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin 
16 June, 1717, aged 18, B.A. 1721, M.A. 1724, Faculty to hold 
parishes of Mollahiffe (Aghado?), Kilboriane, &c., 1741 ; d. unm. 

5. Thomas. 
The eldest son, 

RICHARD CHUTE, of Tulligaron, m. Charity, dau. of Arthur Herbert, 
of Currens, co. Kerry (see that family), and had issue, 

1. FRANCIS, his heir. 

2. Richard, of Roxborough, co. Kerry. 

1. Margaret, m. George Rowan, of Rathanny, and had issue. 

2. Agnes, m. John Sealy, of Maglass, and had issue. 

3. Catherine, m. Cornelius MGillicuddy (M' Gillicuddy of The 
Reeks) and had issue. 

Mr. Chute was s. by his eldest son, 

FRANCIS CHUTE, of Tulligaron, or Chute Hall, Kerry, High 
Sheriff 1757, m. 8 Aug. 1761, Ruth, dau. of Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bart., 
of Anne Mount, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1. RICHARD, his heir. 

2. Falkiner, Capt. 22nd Light Dragoons, m. Anne, dau. of Capt. 
Goddard, of Queen's Co., and left at his decease, an only dau., 

Catherine, m. William Cooke, of Retreat, near Athlone, and had 
issue. 

3. Caleb, Capt. 6gth Foot, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Theophilus 
Yielding, of Cahir Anne, co. Kerry, and d. Nov. 1851. She d. 
14 March, 1851. 

4. Francis Bernard, m. Jane, dau. of John Rowan, of Castle 
Gregory, and has issue, 

Francis Bernard, m. Rae, and had issue. 
Elizabeth, m. Thomas Sandes, of Sallowglen. 

5. Arthur, m. Frances, dau. of John Lindsay, of Lindville, Cork, 
and d. 8 March, 1863, having had issue, 

1. Francis (Rev.), d. 12 Sept. 1839. 

2. John Lindsay (Rev.), Rector of Dingle, co Kerry, b. 1800 ; 
m. ist, 1832, Jane Lucinda, dau. of William Dobbs Burleigh, 
of Burleigh Hill, Carrickfergus, and by her (who d. 1855) had 
issue, 

(i) Arthur, b 1836; m. 12 Jan. 1864, Helena, 3rd dau. of 
Henry Ridge way, of Riverview House, Waterford. She d. 
1875. He d. 31 Dec. 1899, leaving issue, 

1. John Henry Challoner, b. 1868. 

2. Arthur Francis, b. 1873 ; d. 1902. 

i. Jane Lucy Burleigh, b. 1866; m. 1897, Henry 
D'Esterre Strevens, of Castle Coote, co. Roscommon. 



(2) William Burleigh, b. 1837. 

(3) Francis John, b. 1839; m. ist, 1860, Juliana Elizabeth 1 
Haase Bird, and 2ndly. 1900, Edith Allen, but has no issue. 

(4) John (Rev.), M.A. T.C.D., Vicar of St. Jude's, HunsletJ 
Leeds, b. 1841 ; m. 1883, Emily Marian, dau. of Rev. Thomasj 
Henry Flynn, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Lowmoor, and has( 
issue, 

1. Reginald Arthur John (Rev.), B.A. Oxon b. 1884. 

2. Cecil Burleigh (Rev.), B.A. Oxon, b. 1887. 

1. Muriel Constance, b. 1885 ; d. Oct. 1904. 

2. Irene Mabel, 6. 1891. 

(5) Henry George, b. 1843 ; m. 1875, the dau. of Major Lock- 
hart, of Melbourne, Australia, and has issue. 

(1) Annie, b. 1833. 

(2) Frances Wills, b. 1834 ; m. 1862, William McLoughlin, 
of Castle Coote, co. Roscommon. 

(3) Ruth, b. 1845. 

He m. 2ndly, Josephine, dau. of Charles Haines. He d. 6 Jaa. 
1871. She d. 31 March. 1895, leaving issue, 

(3) Charles George Falkiner, M.A., Barrister-at-Law ; m. 

4 Sept. 1895, his cousin Katherine Agnes, eldest dau.^of 

Robert V. Haines, and has issue. 

1. Frances, d. unm. Sept. 1874. 

2. Ruth, d. unm. Sept. 1875. 

3. Anne, m. 28 Oct. 1841, Rev. Samuel Bell Leonard, Rector of 
Drumtarriff, co. Cork, and had issue, an only dau., Margaret 
Frances, m. 22 Feb. 1872, Rev. Henry Swanzy, M.A., Rector of 
Castle Magner, co. Cork, only son of Canon Swanzy, of New- 
berry, co. Cork (see BURKE'S Family Records). 

1. Margaret, m. Thomas William Sandes, of Sallowglon, co. 
Kerry, and had issue. 

2. Ruth, m. Thomas Elliot, of Garrynthenavally, Kerry, and 
had issue, a son, d. Sept. 1875. 

Mr. Chute d. 1782, and was s. by his eldest son, 

RICHARD CHUTE, of Chute Hall, b. 1763 ; High Sheriff 1786 ; 
m. ist, 1785, Agnes, dau. of Rowland Bateman, of Oak Park, M.P 
for co. Kerry, and had by her, 

1. FRANCIS, his heir. 

2. Rowland, of Lee Brook, near Tralee, Capt. s8th Regt., m. 
Frances, dau. of Col. J ames Crosbie, of Ballyheigue Castle, M.P. 
for co. Kerry, and had. with another son. who d, unm., 

i. Richard Rowland, of Lee Brook, J.P., Capt. late Cameron- 
ians, b. 26 July, 1829 ; ~m. 1861, Margaret, only dau. of the late 
James Eidingtoun, D.L., of Gargunnock, and Elizabeth his 
wife, eld. dau. of Maurice FitzMauiice, J.P., of Duagh, Kerry, 
and has issue, 

(1) Rowland Eidington, 6. 1863 ; m. 16 July, 1891, Mar- 
garet Urquhart, dau. of the Rev. Charles Tyner, Rector of 
Kilcoleman, co. Kerry. 

(2) Fitzjames, m. 4 Jan. 1899, Edith Gertrude, dau. of the 
late W. Lyle Thomson, and has issue, 

Rowland FitzMaurice Eidington. 

(3) Richard Crosbie. 

(i) Eliza Bateman. (2) Frances Ethel. 

(3) Rosamond Margaret. 

1. Elizabeth Crosbie. 

2. Agnes Bateman, m. Rev. William D. Wade, Treasurer of 
Ardfert, and d. 3 July, 1897, aged 70, leaving issue. 

1. Laetitia, m. William Raymond, of Dromin, co. Kerry, and had 

2. Ruth, m. William Cooke, of Retreat, near Athlone, d. 20 Nov. 
1862. 

3. Agnes, m. Richard Mason, of Cappanhame, co. Limerick, 
and had issue. 

Mr. Chute m. 2ndly, 1798, Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. William 

Maunsell, D.D., of Limerick, and had issue, 

8. William Maunsell, m. Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Edward Nash, 
of Ballycarthy, near Tralee, and d. 17 March, 1850, leaving a 
son, Richard, Lieut. R.A., d. i May, 1862, and a dau., Clementina 
Fergusson, m. 1867, Sir Raymond West, K.C.I.E., and d. 10 May, 
1896, leaving issue. 

4. Richard, M.D., of Tralee, m. Elizabeth, dau. of George Rowan, 
of Rathanny, and d. 14 Sept. 1856, leaving, 

i. Richard, late an Ensign, 8th Foot. 

i Rowena, m. ist, Arthur Crisp, which marriage was dissolved ; 
and 2ndly, 1873, Right Hon. Lord Atkinson, P.C., and has 
issue (see ATKINSON of Glenwilliam). 
4 Elizabeth, m. Rev. Robert Wade, of Tralee; d. 10 Nov. 1862. 

5. Dorothea, m. 29 Dec. 1824, William Neligan, of Tralee, and 
had issue. 

6. Margaret, d. Sept. 1883. 
The eldest son, 

FRANCIS CHUTE, of Chute Hall, m. ist, 13 Feb. 1810, Mary Anne, 
dau. of Trevor Bomford, of Dublin, and by her (who d. 1815) had 
issue, 

1. RICHARD, of Chute Hall. 

2. Trevor (Sir), K.C.B., Gen. in the Army, m. 1868, Ellen, eldest 
dau of Samuel Browning, of Auckland, New Zealand, and d. 12 
March, 1886. She m. 2ndly, 1890, Lieut.-Col. George Tennant 
Carre, late R.A. 

3. Rowland, d. Aug. 1851. 

1. Mary, m. William Harriett, and has issue. 

Mr. Chute m. 2ndly, Arabella, dau. of the Rev. Maynard Denny, of 
Churchill, brother of Sir Barry Denny, Bart., of Tralee, M.P. for 
co. Kerry, and by that lady had, 

4. Francis, Lieut. 7oth "Regt., d. 1853. 

5. Arthur, Lieut. 94th Regt., d. Feb. 1890. 

2. Arabella. 3. Penelope, d. 28 Nov. 1863. 

| Mr. Chute m. srdly, Penelope Antonia, 4th dau. of Richard Town- 



Clark. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



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send Herbert, of Cahirnane, M.P. for Kerry. She d. 7 May, 1870. 
He d. 12 Aug. 1849, and was s. by his eldest son, 

RICHARD CHUTE, of Chute Hall, J.P. and D.L., b. 22 May, 1811 ; 
m. ist, 18 Oct. 1836, Theodora, dau. and heir of Arthur Blenner- 
hassett, of Blennerville, by Helen Jane his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Lord Ventry, and grand-dau. of Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bart, 
of Blennerville, and by her (who d. 25 July, 1845) had issue, 

1. FRANCIS BLENNERHASSETT, late of Chute Hall. 

2. Arthur Rowland, goth Regt, b. 20 Dec. 1838 ; d. 23 Feb. 1858, 
at Calcutta. 

3. Trevor Bomford, d. July, 1846. 

1. Melicent Agnes, m. 30 April, 1867, Robert Leslie, J.P. and 
D.L., of Tarbet House, co. Kerry, and has issue. 

2. Helena Jane, m. 30 Nov. 1875, Capt. Francis Ogilvie Fuller, 
of the loist Regt. He d.s.p. 19 Sept. 1876. 

Mr. Chute m. 2ndly, 3 March, 1847, Hon. Rose de Moleyns, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas Townsend Aremberg, 3rd Lord Ventry, and by her 
(who d. 21 April, 1898) had issue, 

4. Thomas Aremberg, b. 14 Oct. 1853. 

5. Richard Trevor, b. 17 July, 1856; Lieut. 66th Regt., killed 
in the battle of Miawand, Afghan War, 20 July, 1880. 

3. Mary Anne, m. Nov. 1879, Milhem Shakoor Bey, of Ainzahalta, 
the Lebanon and Ministry of War, Egypt, and has issue, Trevor 
Monsoor, b. 1880 ; Luceya Rose. 

4. Theodora Eliza. 

5. Rosa, m. 28 Sept. 1889, Henry Dudgeon, of the Priory, Stillor- 
gan, co. Dublin, and has issue, Cyril Henry, b. 1890 ; Dorothy, 
Rose (twin), Florence (twin), and Lilian Mary, 

6. Frances Ruth, d. 10 Aug. 1871. 
1. Arabella Emily. 

He d. 13 Sept. 1862, and was s. by his eldest son, 

FRANCIS BLENNERHASSETT CHUTE, of Chute Hall, co. Kerry, J,P., 
High Sheriff 1865, late Lieut. Kerry Militia, b. 18 Sept. 1837 ; s. 
his father 1862 ; m. 6 Feb. 1869, Cherubina Herbert D'Esterre, 
eldest dau. of the late Norcott D'Esterre Roberts (see ROBERTS of 
Ardmore), and d. 1902, leaving issue, 

1. RICHARD AREMBERG BLENNERHASSETT, now of Chute Hall. 

2. Arthur Torrens, b. 5 Oct. 1871. 

3. Challoner Francis Trevor, b. 2 April, 1885 ; m. 
1911, Maud E. St. Clair, dau. of late Edward O'Brien 
of Myler's Park, Wexford. 

1. Theodora Evelyn. 2. Cherry Herbert Ada. 

Seats Chute Hall, Tralee ; Blennerville, co. Kerry. 



CLARK OF LARGANTOGHER. 

JAMES JACKSON 
CLARK, of Largan- 
togher, co. London- 
derry, J.P., D.L., High 
Sheriff 1875, Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. Qth Bri- 
gade North Irish Div. 
R.Ai, b. 6 April, 1845; 
m. 1 6 Nov. 1 883, Mary, 
eldest dau. of Col. 
Sir William Lenox 
Conyngham, K.C.B.. 
Springhill, Money- 
more, and has issue, 

1. JAMES JACKSON LENOX 
CONYNGHAM, R.N., b. 1884. 

2. Francis Hartley Hall 
(Rev.). 

3. Roland Arbuthnot, 
Lieut. R.N. 

1. Elleanor Laura. 

Lineage. This family, originally from Salford, settled in 
co. Londonderry, 1690. 

JOHN CLARK, of Maghera, co. Londonderry, m. about 1695, 
Jane White, of Belfast. He d. 1707, leaving issue by her, 

1. JACKSON, of whom presently. 

2. John, b. 1697 ; d. unm. 1721. 
The elder son, 

JACKSON CLARK, of Maghera, 6. about 1698 ; m. 1720 (will bears 
date 20 Nov. 1754), and left issue, 

1. John, who was adopted by his uncle, John, and s. to his estate, 
left issue, one son and six daus. 

2. ALEXANDER, of whom presently. 

3. Arthur, settled in America. 

4. William, also in America. 

1. Sarah, m. Dr. James Ferguson, of Belfast. 

2. A dau., m. Gilbert Ledlie. 

3. Jane. 4. Margaret. 
The 2nd son, 

ALEXANDER CLARKE, b. 1723 ; m. 1757, Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Stevenson, of Knockan. She d. 7 July, 1813. He d. 1806, having 
had issue, 

1. ALEXANDER, his heir. 

2. Jackson, m. 1785, Jane, dau. of Gen. Patterson, of Maghera, 
and had issue. 

3. William, d. unm. 1827. 

1. Margaret, m. 1794, William Stevenson, of Ashpaik. 




The eldest son, 

ALEXANDER CLARK, of Maghera, 6. 1767 ; m. 6 May, 1805, Mar- 
garet, dau. of James Johnston, of Sommerhill, co. Donegal (she 
d. 31 Oct. 1838). Mr. Clark d. i March, 1842, having had issue, 

1. Alexander Jackson, b. 12 June, 1807, J.P. co. Londonderry ; d. 
unm. 7 July, 1834. 

2. JAMES JOHNSTON, of Largantogher House. 

1. Rebecca Lucinda, m. 9 April, 1834, John Stevenson, Fort 
William, J.P. and D.L. ; issue two daus., both dec. 

2. Elizabeth, d. unm. 22 Dec. 1835. 
The 2nd son, 

JAMES JOHNSTON CLARK, of Largantogher House, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1849, b. g Jan. 1809 ; m. 28 April, 1837, Frances, 4th 
dau. of Robert Hall, of Merton Hall, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

1. Alexander Jackson, an Officer in the Army, b. 8 Jan. 1840 ; d. 
unm. 10 Feb. 1863. 

2. JAMES JACKSON, now of Largantogher House. 

3. John, who on the death of his uncle assumed the name of 
HALL, b. 17 Dec. 1816 : appointed Registrar General of Shipping 
and Seamen ; m. 1878, Dorothea, dau. of Col. Keown. of Knock- 
bracen, co. Down, and has issue. He d. 13 April, 1902. 

4. William Owens (Sir), late Chief Justice of Chief Court, Punjab, 
b. 14 Jan. 1849; called to the English Bar 1881 ; knighted 
1903 ; m. 1885, Florence, dau. of R. Lawrie, and tais issue. His 
only dau., Lillian Florence, m. 20 Sept. 1909, Evelyn R. Abbott, 
son of the late Samuel Abbott, of Argentina.' 

1. Elizabeth Hall, m. 21 Feb. 1867, Thomas Spotswood Ash, of 
Knockcloughram, J.P. co. Londonderry. 

2. Margaret Johnston, m. 23 July, 1862, John Kells Ingram, 
LL.D., F.T.C.D., Vice Provost of Trinity College. 

3. Fanny Florence Emily. 

4. Rebecca Edith Lucinda. 

Mr. Clark was elected Member of Parliament for co. Londonderry, 
on the resignation of Sir Thomas Bateson, and again at the General 
Election in 1857. He rf. 1891. 

Arms Gu., three swords, erect in pale, ppr. hilts and pommels, 
or, a canton arg. charged with a trefoil, vert. Crest Out of a 
mural crown an arm, embowed in armour, holding a dagger all 

r., the arm charged with a trefoil, vert. Motto Virtute et 



labore. 



Seat Largantogher, Maghera, co. Londonderry. Club Kil- 
dare Street, Dublin. 



CLARKE OF GRAIGUENOE PARK. 

CHARLES NEVILLE CLARKE, of Graiguenoe Park, 
co. Tipperary, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1891, 
B.A. Pembroke Coll. Camb. 1887, b. 19 Jan. 1866; 
m. 5 Feb. 1896, Bertha, dau. of the late John 
Kynaston Cross, of Fernclough, Bolton, Lancashire, 
M.P. for Bolton and sometime Under Sec. of State 
for India, and has issue, 

1. MARSHAL NEVILLE, b. 10 Jan. 1897. 

2. Edward Neville, b. 14 Jan. 1900. 

3. John Vernon Carlton, b. 13 June, 1907. 

Lineage. REV. MARSHAL CLARKE, Rector and Vicar of 
Shronell, Diocese of Emly, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Patrick 
Hare, and d. 1833, having had seven sons, 

1. Patrick, b. 1786; d. 1847, having m. ist, Catherine, dau. of 
Wray Palliser Hickman ; 2ndly, the widow of Walsh, and srdly, 
the widow of Trench. He had issue, 

i. Wray, d.s.p. 

1. Catherine, m. John Vincent, son of Rev. George Vincent. 

2. Eliza, m. William Roe, of Rockwell, co. Tipperary. 

3. Mary. 

2. John (Sir), K.C.B., Col. 5th Dragoons, served in the Peninsular 
War, for some tune General in Spanish Army, b. 1787 ; d. unm. 

3. Marshal, Major H.E.I.C.S., Madras Army, 6. 1789 ; d. unm. 
1833. 

4. Samuel, Capt. 87th Regt., served in Peninsular War, d. in 
Spain 1813 unm. 

5. CHARLES, of Graiguenoe Park, of whom presently. 
6. Robert, of Bansha, co. Tipperary, J.P., b. 1804; m. ist, 
Sarah Jane, dau. of Rev. Holford Banner, Rector of Didcot, 
Berks. She d. 1833, having had issue. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. 
of Capt. Richard Butler, of Castle Comer, 27th Regt., and d. 1868, 
having had issue, 

1. Robert Vaughan, of Three Castles, co. Kilkenny, m. 1873, 
Mary Anne, dau. of John Vincent. 

2. Marshal 3. Benjamin. 

4. Charles Eldon, of Newtown House, Holy Cross, co. Tipperary, 
m. Elia, dau. of James Butler, of Drom, co. Tipperary, and has 
issue, 

(1) Charles Lionel. 

(2) Cecil Cholmondeley (The Hermitage, Holy cross. 
Tipperary ; 66, Cheyne Court, Chelsea,; S.W.), m. 22 April, 
1911, Fanny Ethel, elder dau. of Major Edward Augustus 
Carter (see Peerage, HEMPHILL, Baron). 

(i) Blanche Elia Catherine, m. 1905, Arthur Gordon Wyatt 
Cooke (Newtown House. Thurles, co. Tipperary}, 2nd son of 
Sir William Cooke, Bart., of Wheatley Hall, Doncaster (set 
BURKE'S Peerage), and has issue. 

i. Mary Jane, m. Feb. 1863, Godwin Meade Pratt Swifte, of 

Swiftesheath, co. Kilkenny (see that family). 



, 



IRELAND. 



Cl eland. 



2. Elizabeth, in. 1867, Capt. Jerome O'Brien, late 28th Regt., : 
and has issue (see O'BRIEN of Ballynalacken Castle). 

3. Anne, m. 8 Aug. 1867, Lord O'Brien, Lord Chief Justice of 
Ireland, and has issue (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

4. Katherine, m. Thomas Maunsell, of Deer Park, co. Clare. 

5. Georgina Hannah, m. 5 June, 1873, Col. Charles James 
Butler- Kearney, of Drom, co. Tipperary, and has issue (see that 
family). 

7. Mark (Rev.), Rector and Vicar of Shronell, m. 6 April, 1837, 
Maria, dau. of William Hill, of Donnybrook, Doneraile, co. Cork, 
and d. 6 Sept. 1848, leaving issue, 

1. Marshal James (Sir), K.C.M.G., late R.A., Resident Com- 
missioner in Southern Rhodesia, b. 24 Oct. 1841 ; m. 1880, 
Annie Stacy (The Lodge, Enniskerry, co. Wicklow), dau. of 
Major-Gen. Bannastre Lloyd, B.C.S. (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
MOSTYN, B.), and d. April, 1909, leaving issue, 

(1) Marshal Llewellyn, Lieut. R.N. 

(2) Brian Lloyd, Lieut. Indian Army, 
(i) Elizabeth. 

2. William, d. unm. 1900. 

1. Eliza, m. 5 March, 1861, Edward Falconer Litton, Judge of 
the Supreme Court in Ireland (who d. 27 Nov. 1890). She d. 
Jan. 1871, leaving issue (see LITTON of ArdavUling). 

2. Maria,,w. Rev. Robert Going. 

3. Jane. 4. Anne. 
The sth son, 

CHARLES CLARKE, of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 1862, b. 1803 ; m. Sarah Otway, dau. of Capt. 
Loftus Otway Bland, R.N., and d. Aug. 1879, leaving issue, 

1. MARSHAL NEVILLE, his heir. 

1. Sarah Elizabeth, d. unm. 20 April, 1905. 

2. Elizabeth, m. 3 Dec. 1860, Robert Cole Bowen, of Bowen's 
Court, co. Cork (see that family). 

The only son, 

MARSHAL NEVILLE CLARKE, of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary, 
J.P., M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1828 ; m. 1864, 
Mary, dau. of Col. Charles Pearson, 6ist Regt., of Cheltenham, and 
d. 10 May, 1884, leaving issue, 

1. CHARLES NEVILLE, now of Graiguenoe Park. 

2. Loftus Otway, Deputy Commissioner Indian Civil Service, 
B.A. Christ Church, Oxford, 6. 1871 ; m. 17 Feb. 1904, Evelyn 
Frances, youngest dau. of late Lieut.-Col. Richard Garden, of 
Fishmoyne, co. Tipperary (see that family), and has issue, 

George Henry Vernon, b. 1908. 

3. George Vernon, Capt. R.F.A., b. 2 Sept. 1873 \ d. unm., killed 
in South African War," 8 April, 1902. 

4. Marshal Falconer, Capt. Cheshire Regt., b. 3 Feb. 1876 ; m. 
12 April, 1910, Olive Sydney, dau. of Rev. Canon Lionel Garnett, 
B.A., Rector of Christleton, Cheshire (see GARNETT of Wyreside). 

1. Harriet Neville, m. 25 Jan. 1898, George Butler, of Maiden 
Hall, co. Kilkenny, and has issue (see BUTLER of Priestown). 

2. Marion Sarah Neville, m. 18 Sept. 1907, Capt. Johnson A. 
Bacfield, Cheshire Regt. 

Seat Graiguenoe Park, Holy Cross, Thurles, co. Tipperary. 
Clubs Oxford and Cambridge, Wellington, and Kildare Street. 



BROWNE- CLAYTON OF BROWNE'S HILL. 

ROBERT CLAYTON BROWNE-CLAYTON, of Browne's 
Hill, co. Carlow, late Major 5th Lancers, b. 24 Feb. 
1870 ; s. his father 13 Jan. 1907 ; m. 16 Nov. 1905, 
Mary Magdalene, 3rd dau. of Edward Wienholt, of 
Jondaryan, Queensland, and has issue, 

WILLIAM PATRICK, 6. 27 Sept. 1906. 

Annette Mary, b. 28 April, 1908. 

Lineage. ROBERT BROWNE, of Carlow, whose will (dated 10 
Feb. 1677) was proved 27 May, 1678, left by Jane his wife, three 
sons, 

1. JOHN. 2. William. 

3. Robert. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN BROWNE, of Carlow, m. about 1680, Mary, dau. of Robert 
Jennings, of Kilkea Castle, co. Kildare, of the family of JENNINGS 
of Selden, co. York. Their son and successor, 

WILLIAM BROWNE, of Browne's Hill, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Clayton, Dean of Kildare, and sister to the learned Robert Clayton, 
Bishop of Clogher. By this lady, who descended from the family 
of that name, of Adlington Hall, co. Lancaster, he had, 

1. JOHN, d. unm. 23 April, 1765. 

2. ROBERT, successor to his father. 

1. Anne, m. 20 July, 1758, Right Rev. Thomas Bernard, D.D., 
Bishop of Limerick. 

2. Catherine, m. Rev. Abraham Symes, D.D. 

3. Mary, m. Peter Gals, of Ashfield, Queen's Co. 

4. Juliana, m. Thomas Cooper, of Newton, co. Carlow. 
Mr. Browne d. 1772, aged 88, and was s. by his eldest son, 

ROBERT BROWNE, of Browne's Hill, m. 27 March, 1762, Eleanor, 
dau. of Redmond Morres, M.P. for Dublin, and had issue, 

1. WILLIAM, his heir. 

2. Robert, Lieut.-Gen. in the Army, d. 10 March, 1845 ; m. 
i Dec. 1803, Henrietta, only dau. and heir of Sir Richard 
Clayton, Bart., of Adlington, co. Lancaster, and assumed the 
name and arms of CLAYTON by Royal licence 6 April, 1829, 
and had issue by her (who d. 8 Sept. 1858) a son and a dau., 

I.L.G. 



Richard-Clayton, b. 12 Nov. 1807 ; d. 1886 ; of Adlingtoa 
Hall, Lanes., and Carrigbyrne, co. Wexford ; m. 5 Jan. 1830, 
Catherine Jane, only dau. of Rev. J. Dobson, and had one 
son and four daus. by her (who d. 1889), 

(i) Robert John, d.s.p. of wounds received at Sebastopol, 

18 June, 1854, aged 20. 

(1) Henrietta, m. 28 July, 1859, Robert Thomas Carew, 
of Ballinamona, co. Waterford (see that family). 

(2) Katherine Annette, m. 16 April, 1857, Col. Philip 
Savage Alcock (see ALCOCK of Wilton). 

(3) Emma. 

(4) Mary Edith, m. 15 Jan. 1885, Major Thomas Edwards 
Harman, of Palace, co. Wexford (see that family). +.' 

3. Redmond, Col. in the Army, d. unm. 

4. John (Rev.). 

1. Elizabeth, d. unm, 2. Anne, d. unm. 

Mr. Browne d. Jan. 1816, aged 87, and was s. by his eldest son, 

WILLIAM BROWNE, of Browne's Hill, J.P. and Custos Rotulorum, 
co. Carlow, M.P. for Portarlington, b. Jan. 1763 ; m. ist, 1793, 
Lady Charlotte Bourke, dau. of Joseph Deane, 3rd Earl of Mayo, 
Archbishop of Tuam (see BURKE'S Peerage), and by her (who d. 1806) 
had issue, 

1. ROBERT CLAYTON, his heir. 

2. Joseph Deane, Capt. Carabineers, wt. Miss Thursby, and d. 
i Jan. 1878. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Sir Jonah Denny Wheeler-Cuffe, ist bart. of 
Lyrath, co. Kilkenny, and d. 15 Jan. 1871 (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

2. Eleanor Mary, m. William FitzWilliam Burton, of Burton 
Hall, co. Carlow, who. d. 1844 (see that family). 

3. Charlotte, m. William Brownlow, of Knapton, Queen's Co. 

4. Annette, m. 1826, Hon. and Ven. Henry Scott Stopford, 
Archdeacon of Leighlin, and d. March, 1842 (see BURKE'S Peerage, 
COURTOWN). 

He m. 2ndly, 1815, the Lady Letitia Toler, dau. of John, ist Earl 
of Norbury (see BURKE'S Peerage), Lord Chief Justice of the Common 
Pleas in Ireland, by his wife Grace Graham, Baroness Norwood, and 
by this lady had issue, 

3. John Toler. 

4. William Raymond, late Capt. 7th Fusiliers, d. i Oct. 1907, 
having m. and had issue. His eldest dau., Letitia Grace, m. 
23 Nov. 1887, Sir William Henry Hornby, Bart., M.P. of Whinfield, 
Blackburn (see BURKE'S Peerage). 

5. Hector Graham, m. 1878, Gertrude Sophia, eldest dau. of 
John Horrocks Ainsworth, of Moss Bank (see AINSWORTH of 
Smithell's Hall). 

5. Grace Isabella, m. 26 June, 1852, Richard Godfrey Bosanquet, 
of Benham Park, Berks, and had issue (see BOSANQUET of Cleddon). 

Mr. Browne, High Sheriff co. Carlow 1794, d. i April, 1840, and 

was s. by his eldest son, 

ROBERT CLAYTON BROWNE, M.A. of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, 

J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1831, b. 28 Jan. 1799 ', m - 28 Oct. 

1834, Harriette Augusta, 3rd dau. of Hans Hamilton, many years 

M.P. for co. Dublin, and had i^suc, 

1. WILLIAM CLAYTON, late of Browne's Hill. 

2. Charles Henry, b. 13 Nov. 1836 ; Col. in the Army, d. unm. 
1889. 

3. Robert Clayton, 6. 3 May, 1839 >' d.'unm. 14 Dec. 1906. 

1. Annette Caroline, m. 12 Feb. 1863, Denis William Pack- 

Beresford, of Fenagh Lodge, M.P. for co. Carlow. She d. 1892. 

He d. 1881, leaving issue (see that family). 
Mr. Browne d. 22 July, 1888. The eldest son, 

WILLIAM CLAYTON BROWNE-CLAYTON, of Browne's Hill, co. 
Carlow, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1859, b. 20 Nov. 1835 ; m. 
10 Jan. 1867, Caroline, 5th dau. of John Watson Barton, of Stapleton 
Park, near Pontefract, co. York (see that family), and had issue, 

1. ROBERT CLAYTON, now of Browne's Hill. 

2. William Clayton, 2nd Lieut. Royal West Kent Regt., b. 29 
July, 1873, killed in action at Agrah Malakan, 30 Sept. 1897. 

3. Lionel Denis, b. 1874. 

1. Mary Caroline, m. 6 Oct. 1898, Thomas Henry Bruen Rutt- 
ledge, of Bloomfield, co. Mayo (see that family). 

2. Annette Constance. 3. Margaret Frances. 

4. Florence Hope, m. 28 April, 1904, Lieut.-Col. Horace James 
Johnston, D.S.O., younger son of Francis Johnston, of Dunsdale, 
co. Kent, and has issue 

5. Kathleen Louisa Octavia. 6. Madeline Emma. 

7. Lucy Victoria, m. 12 Dec. 1901, Ciaud Edward Pease, 3rd son 
of the late Arthur Pease, M.P., of Marske-by-the-Sea, Yorks (see 
BURKE'S Peerage, PEASE, Bart.). 

8. Julia Harriet Vere. 

9. Caroline Zoe, m. 14 Dec. 1905, Capt. Hubert Chase Hall, late 
5th Fusiliers, only son of Major Hall, of Denbie, Lockerbie, N.B. 

Mr. Browne-Clayton assumed the additional name of CLAYTON, 
by Royal Licence, 1889, and d. 13 Jan. 1907. 

S ea t_Browne's Hall, co. Carlow. Clubs Cavalry and Kildar 6 
Street. 



CLELAND OF RATH-OAEL. 

The late RICHARD ROSE-CLELAND, of Rath-Gael 
House, co. Down, 6. i May, 1836 ; s. his brother 10 
May, 1856; m. 30 Sept, 1861, Elizabeth Wilhel- 
mina, eldest dau. of Robert Kennedy, of Lisburn, 
co. Antrim, and d. 15 Feb. 1892, having by her (who 
d. 15 Sept. 1893) had issue, 

H 



Cleland. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



114 



1. James Dowsett, b. 13 Oct. 1862- 

2. Robert Kennedy, 6. 9 Oct. 1863. 

3. Richard, b. n Nov. 1864 ; d. 7 July, 1865. 

4. Charles Arthur, b. 18 Sept. i8?b. 

1. Elizabeth Helen Louisa. 

2. Mary Isabella Eveline. 

3. Edith Adelaide. 

4. Maude Ethel. 

5. Florence May. 

6. Alice Gertrude. 

7. Catherine Mabel. 

8. Harriet Ella. 

Rath-Gael now belongs to the youngest son and the 
seven youngest daus. 

Lineage. JOHN CLELAND, of Whithorn, co. Wigton, Scotland, 
appointed factor to James, 5th Earl of Galloway, m. 1731, Margaret 
Murdoch, only child of Murdoch, Provost of Whithorn ; and d. 
io Aug. 1747, leaving issue by her, 

JAMES, of whom hereafter. 

Agnes, b. 4 Sept. 1740 ; m. ist, 5 June, 1766, Lieut. Richard 

Rose, H.E.I.C.S., who d. at Trichinopoly, 7 June, 1768, of wounds 

received at the siege of Ahtoor, by whom she had an only 

child, 

JAMES DOWSETT ROSE-CLELAND, of whom presently. 

She m. 2ndly, 1774, William Nicholson, of Ballow House, but by 

him had no issue ; she d, n July, 1775. 
The son and successor, 

JAMES CLELAND, of Newtownards, co. Down, b. 4 May, 1736 ; 
m. 1770, Sarah, only child of Capt. Patrick Baird (brother of 
William Baird, of Newbyth, and James Baird, of London, and 
uncle to General Sir David Baird), and d. 14 May, 1777, s.p. Mr. 
Cleland was s. by his nephew, 

JAMES DOWSETT ROSE-CLELAND, of Rath-Gael, b. 24. March, 
1767 ; J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1805. He m. ist, 14 Aug. 1790, 
Sarah, only child of William Eaton Andrews, of London, and by 
that lady < who d. 2 Oct. 1830) had a son and dau., 

1. WILLIAM NICHOLSON, b. 18 June, 1794 '> d. 20 Nov. 1794. 

1. Elizabeth Hawkins, m. 3 Sept. 1829, Fortescue Gregg, of 
Knockcairn, co. Antrim. 

He m. 2ndly, io Dec. 1832, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of William Nichol- 
son Steele Nicholson, of Ballow House, by Isabella Handcock his 
wife (see that family], and by her had issue, 

2. JAMES BLACKWOOD, heir to his father. 

3. RICHARD, successor to his brother. 

4. Edward Allen, b. 21 Jan. 1840. 

5. Henry Somerville, b. 4 Nov. 1843. 

2. Agnes Elizabeth. 

3. Isabel Hamilton, m. 20 Oct. 1874, Robert Steele Nicholson, 
and has issue. 

4. Margaret Sabina, m. 19 June, 1877, Arthur Wellington Garner, 
of Garnerville, near Belfast. 

Mr. Rose-Cleland d. 25 Sept. 1852, and was s. by his son, 

JAMES BLACKWOOD ROSE-CLELAND, of Rath-Gael House, co. 

Down, b. 30 Jan. 1835 ; who d. at Constantinople, io May, 1856, 

and was s. by his brother, the late RICHARD ROSE-CLELAND, of 

Rath-Gael House. 
Seat Rath-Gael House, Bangor, co. Down. 



CLELAND OF STORMONT CASTLE. 

ARTHUR CHARLES STEWART CLELAND, of Stor- 
mont Castle, co. Down, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. P^ W 5 
Leinscer Regt., b. 25 July, 1865 ; m. 1890, Mabel 
Sophia, only dau. of Lieut.-Col. D'Aguilar, late 
Grenadier Guards. 

Lineage. THE: REV. JCHN CLELAND, Prebendary of Armagh, 
b. 1755 ; m. 7 Sept. 1805, Esther, dau. and co-heiress of Samuel 
Jackson, ot Stormont. by his wife Margaret Vateau, only child 
and heiress ot Paul Peter Isaac Vateau. the descendant of a 
French Huguenot family, and d. 25 June, 1834, having had issue, 

1. SAMUEL JACKSON, of Stormont Castle, co. Down, b. 1808 ; m. 
3 Nov. 1834, Elizabeth, dau. of James Joyce, of Thornhill ; d. 
20 May. 1842, leaving, 

1. JOHN, late of Stormont Castle. 

2. James Vance, of Ennismore, co. Armagh, J.P., b. 7 May, 
1838, late Capt. 3rd Hussars ; m. 4 Nov. 1862, Emily Catherine, 
only dau. of Sir George Molyneux, Bart., of Castle Dillon, and 
d. 1886, leaving issue, 

(i) Samuel, b. 1864. (2) George Molyneux. 

3. Robert Stewart, b. 17 June, 1840, Col. gth Lancers; d. at 
Murree, 7 Aug. 1881, from wounds received in the action before 
Cabtil, ii Dec. 1880. 

4. Samuel Frederick Stewart, late Scots Greys, b. 24 Aug. 
1842 ; d. 16 Jan. 1902. 

i. Margaret. 

2. Robert Stewart, b. 1810 ; d. under age. 

1. Sarah Frances, m. 6 July, 1831, Robert Richard Tighe, of 

Woodstock, and d.s.p. 24 March, 1832. (He m. 2ndly, Louisa 

Joan, widow of Hon. Edward Wingfield.) 
His grandson, 

JOHN CLELAND, of Stormont Castle, co. Down, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1866, b. 22 Sept. 1836 ; m. 7 May, 1859, Therese Maria, 
only dau. of Capt. Thomas Leyland, of Haggerston Castle, North- 
umberland, and Hyde Park House, London, and d. 1893, having 



by her (who m. 2ndly, George T. Taylor, of Tredenham House, 
Farnborough, Hants, and d. 8 June, 1903) had issue, 

1. ARTHUR CHARLES STEWART, now of Stormont Castle. 

2. Andrew Leyland Hillyar, b. 5 Sept. 1868. 

1. Florence Rachel Therese Laura, d. 12 Aug. 1894, bavin? m. 
9 Aug. i879; Edward Umf reville Blackett, of Wylam, Northumber- 
land, and Barnacrothy, co. Tipperary, Lieut. R^A. (see that family). 
Seat Stormont Castle, Dundonald, co. Down. 



CLEMENTS OF KILLADOON, CO. KILDARE. 

HENRY JOHN BERES- 
FORD CLEMENTS, of 
Killadoon, co. Kildare, 
and of Lough Rynn, co. 
Leitrim, High Sheriff of 

and 

and 




Cavan 1891, J.P. 
D.L. co. Leitrim, 
High Sheriff 1893, J.P. 
co. Kildare, b. 22 Oct. 
1869; m. 31 Oct. 1893, 
Eleonore, youngest dau. : 
of William Wickham, 
M.P., of Binsted Wyck 
(see that family), and 
has issue, 

1. HENRY THEOPHILUS 
WICKHAM, b. 12 Nov. 1898. 

2. Charles Marcus Lefevre, b. 
4 Nov. 1904. 

3. Robert Nathaniel b. 7 July, 
1910. 

1. Eleonore Mary Sophia, b. 
24 March, 1895. 

2. Cecily Catharine, b. 12 Jan. 
1900. 

3. Violet Gertrude, b. 2 Sept. 
1902. 

Lineage. THE RIGHT HON. HENRY THEOPHILUS CLEMENTS, 
P.C., Lieut.-Col. 6gth Regt., M.P. for co. Leitrim, 2nd son of Right 
Hon. Nathaniel Clements, M.P., and brother of Robert, ist Earl of 
Leitrim ; m. ist, 2 June, 1770, Mary, dau. and heir of Gen. Webb, 
by whom he had issue, 

1. Harriett, m. William Moore Hodder. 

2. Maria, m. Very Rev. Dean Keatinge. 

He m. 2ndly, 7 Aug. 1778, Catharine, dau. of Right Hon. John Beres- 
ford (by Anne, dau. of Gen. Count de Ligondes), and d. 26 Oct. 1795, 
having by her (who d. 7 Jan. 1836) had issue, 

1. HENRY JOHN, his heir. 

2. John Marcus, of Glenboy, M.P. co. Leitrim, Lieut.-Col. i8th 
Hussars, b. 4 May, 1789 ; m. 27 July, 1822, Catherine Frances, 
dau. of Godfrey Wentworth, of Wolley Park, co. York (see that 
family}. She d. 1838. He d. 1833, leaving issue, 

1. A son, who d. young. 

2. John Marcus, of Glenboy, High Sheriff co. Leitrim 1868, b. 
27 July, 1826 ; m. 2 Nov. 1854, Victoria Isabella, dau. of 

' James Robert White, of White Hall, co. Antrim. He d. 1896. 
She d. 26 May, 1902, having had issue, 

(1) John Marcus, late I.S.C., b. g Dec. 1856; d.s.p. 

(2) James Robert, b. 23 Nov. 1858 ; d. 23 April, 1896. 

(3) George Stewart, b. 15 July, 1860. 

(4) Charles Henry, b. 7 Sept. 1861 ; m. 1886, Julia, dau. of 
Col. Watson, and d. 1903, leaving issue, two daus. 

(5) Henry Victor, b. 16 Oct. 1866. 

(1) Catherine Frances. 

(2) Selina Mary Louisa, m. ist, 1890, Hugh White, who d. 
1902 ; and 2ndly, 1904, Frank Brown, youngest son of Charles 
Brown, of Bridge House, Croydon. 

3. Henry George John (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Sidmouth, Devon, 
b. 3 Nov. 1829 ; m. 31 Oct. 1855, his cousin Selina (d. 31 July, 
1892), dau. of Col. Henry John Clements. 

3. Anna Barbara, b. 1779 ; d. young. 

4. Selina, b. 17 Aug. 1780 ; m., 13 July, 1803, Sir William Mor- 
daunt Sturt Milner, 4th bart, and d. 28 May, 1805. He d. 25 
March, 1855, leaving issue. 

His eldest son, 

HENRY JOHN CLEMENTS, Col. in the Leitrim Militia, and M.P. 
for co. Leitrim from 1805 to 1818 and for co. Cavan from 1840 till 
his death, 1843 ; b. 16 July, 1781 ; m. n Dec. 1811, Louisa, 2nd dau. 
of James Stewart, M.P. of Killymoon (by his wife Hon. Elizabeth 
Molesworth, dau. of Richard, 3rd Viscount Molesworth), and by her 
(who d. 27 April, 1850) had issue, 

1. HENRY THEOPHILUS, late of Ashfield Lodge. 

1. Elizabeth Henrietta Catherine, d. young, 21 Jan. 1827. 

2. Selina, m. 31 Oct. 1855, Rev. Henry G. J.Clements, Vicar of 
Sidmouth, Devon, and d. 31 July, 1892. 

3. Louisa, d. unm. 17 March, 1879. 

4. Mary Isabella, d. unm. 6 Aug. 1890. 

5. Catherine, d. young, Sept. 1830. 
Col. Clements d. 12 Jan. 1843. His son, 

HF.NRY THEOPHILUS CLEMENTS, of Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan, 
late Ccl. Leitrim Rifles, J.P. and D.L. co. Cavan, and J.P. co. 



IRELAND. 



Leitrim, High Sheriff co. 



Clibborn. 



Cavan 1849, and co. Leitrim 1870 b 
HE^V JOHN BERESFORD, now of KilladoS and L 






illado and Lough 




Gertrude Mary Catharine. 21 Selina Margaret Maud 
^ 



LUCAS-CLEMENTS OF RATHKENNY. 

THEOPHILUS ED- 
WARD LUCAS- 
CLEMENTS, of Rath- 
kenny, co. Cavan, J.P., 
High" Sheriff 1905, b. 
3 Jan. 1864 ; m. 
9 July, 1907, Lalage 
Emily, 4 th dau. of 
the late Henry West, 
Q.C., of Loughlins- 
town House, co. Dub- 
lin (see WEST of White 
Park). 

Lineag-e. ROBERT 
CLEMENTS, son of DANIEL 
CLEMENTS, of Rathkenny, 
co. Cavan, was M.P. for 
Carrickfergus 1692, and pos- 
sessed large estates in Down 
and Cavan. In 1689 he was 
attainted, but on the acces- 
sion of WILLIAM III was 
restored to his estates in Cavan, and appointed Deputy Treasurer 
had s ' m ' MiSS Sandford > of the Castlerea family, and 

1. Theophilus (the Right Hon.), M.P. for Cavan, 
dau of Francis Burton, of Bancraggy, but d.s.p. 

2. ROBERT, of whom presently. 

i N f ATHANIEL > father of the ist Lord Leitrim. 

( th^t'/"" *^\ 5 ' ^ ODert Tighe, of Mitchelstown, co. Westmeath 
The 2nd son, 
soi? OBERT CLEMENTS > M ' P - for Newry 1715 ; d. 1723, leaving a 

THEOPHILUS CLEMENTS, of Rathkenny, co. Cavan, whose dau. 

ELIZABETH ANNE, m. REV. EDWARD LUCAS, of Cootehill a 
younger son of Edward Lucas, of Castle Shane, co. Monaghan, and 
had with hree daus., 1. Catherine, m. 1833, Nicholas Biddulph ; 
2. Elizabeth, m. 1823, Rev. James Leslie Montgomery Scott : and 3 
Anne, m. 1827, Thomas Scott, of Willsboro, co. Deny, a son and 

THEOPHILUS EDWARD LUCAS-CLEMENTS, of Rathkennv, who 
assumed the surname and arms of CLEMENTS, under Royal Licence 
*L/c cu 3 'it? e - ". Sept- 1829, Elizabeth Beatrice, dau. of 
the Rev. Shuckburgh Whitney Upton, and d. 1852, leaving issue 

1. THEOPHILUS, of whom presently 

2. Henry Upton, d. unm. 10 July, 1872. 

3. Charles John Fulk, d. 1873. 

1. Isabella Margaret, m. Robert Alloway, of the Derries, Queen's 
Co., and dying 1876, left issue. 

2. Olivia Beatrice, d. unm. i86r. 
The only surviving son, 

THEOPHILUS LUCAS-CLEMENTS, of Rathkenny, co. Cavan, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1857, b. 15 Oct. 1830 ; m. 5 Feb. 1861, Emily 
oiine, dau. of William Magill, of Lyttleton, co. Westmeath, and 
by her (who d. March, 1870) had issue, 

1. THEOPHILUS EDWARD, now of Rathkenny 
1. Beatrice Emily Augusta. 

' " el Harriet, m. 24 Sept. 1907, Rev. Edward Aubrey 



CLIBBORN OF MOATE 












2. Abraham, of Dublin, Merchant, m. Anne, dau. of 



3. Joshua. 4, George* 

5. Robert, of Whelan Grove, co. Kildare (whose will, dated 21 
o1on 7 s 5P V6d * 3 ^ *> ' Annie Marti > "*** 



- f wmiam c per ' f 

^^ Merchant ' m ' Elizabeth Morris, and d. 



i. Joshua. 
i. Mary. 



. ay. 2 . Lydia. 

2. Henry, to whom his father left Whelan Grove 
i. Sarah, m 23 Aug. 1754, Edward Cooper, of Cooper HilL 

K ( ^ h Se - wiU ' dated 9 Sept. i 7 8o,waf proved 
by Experience Barclay his wife he left issue 

' 



Apr 1, 




i James. ( 2) William Cooper. 

3 Jpf hu a- (4) John Barclay. 
Moate ' m ' OUSin Mary> daU> f George Clibbor . Of 

(6) Thomas. ( 7 ) Robert. 

Lydia, m. 1843, Jonathan Goodbody, of Charlestown 

family) S ' Wh *' l8&9> leavin ^ &^3^S 

(2) Sarah. 

(3) ^ n ?- ] e ' m - I 783, John Johnston Darragh. She d 

(4) Eliza. 



1. Mary (Mrs. Jackson). 
o. oaran. 



( 5 ) Sophia. 

2. Dinah (Mrs. Wilson). 
^ Tanc 
His eldest son, 



He m 2ndly, 1874, Agnes Jane, 3rd dau. of James Stirling, T P 
Y rk> C ' Ublin ' ^ d ' 7 Apfi1 ' l898 ' havlng ty *" 



had ssue 

2. Arthur Upton, b. 1876 ; d. 1877. 

3. Shuckburg Upton Lucas 

3. Alice May Gwendoline. 

4. Agnes Laura Elfrida, m. 25 Oct. 1906, Frances Lucas Clements 

F ' M- SCOtt> Vkar f P Ulton Fairford 



co 



Arms Quarterly : ist and 4 th, arg., two bendlets wavy sa. on 
a chief gu. three bezants, for CLEMENTS ; 2nd and 3 rd, arg, a fesse 
between six annulets gu., for LUCAS. Crests-ist, a haw 



Seat Rathkenny, near Cootehill, co. Cavan. 



Mr. Clibborn d. 1728. , 

Elizabeth, R JoHN , C " BBOR > f Moate Castle, b. 1695 ; m. Sarah, dau. of 
' %? P A ?^ A P Hl11 ' near Lur e an . co- Armagh, by whoin (whose 
| will, dated 2 Aug. 1770, was proved 25 Feb. 1774) he had Sue 

1. Joshua, m. Hannah, dau. of Jacob Goff, of Dublii and sister 
f ,/, aC< -,? off ' f Horetow n. co. Wexford, by whom ?who S 
2n MJry GoS m Pig0 "' f SlGV y ' Same C he had ?V*S 

2. GEORGE, of whom hereafter. 

3. Abraham, of Aghernergil, co. Westmeath, d. 1762 

4. Robert. 

1. Elizabeth (Mrs. Sutton). 2. Ruth 

3. Sarah, m. John Pirn. 4. Jane 

5. Ann (Mrs.) Pirn. 6. Abigail. 

Mr. Clibborn's will, dated 3 July, 1754, was proved 14 June, 1764 
His 2nd son, 

GEORGE CLIBBORN of Moate, m. ist, Elizabeth Strettel, of co. 
Dublin, by whom he had issue, 

1. JOHN his successor. 2. Thomas Strettel, d. unm. 
a. josnua, d.s.p. ; will dated 6 March, 1793, proved next year 

^^JSS* m - J se P h Fad e Goff, of Newtown Park, co. Dublin 
Mr. Chbborn m. 2ndly, June, 1777, Anne, dau. of George Homan of 
Shurock, co. Westmeath, by whom he had further issue 

4. William, m. Miss Bailey. 5. George. 

2. Anne, m. John White. 3. Abigail. 

* J ane - 5. Mary, m. Edward Clibborn. 

6. Ruthj 

Mr. Clibborn was s. by his eldest son. 

JOHN CLIBBORN, of Moate Castle, m. Elizabeth, widow of Richard 
Fetherstonhaugh, and had surviving issue, 

1. CUTHBERT JOHN, his successor. 

1. Mary, m. her cousin William Goff. 

2. Sarah. 3. Abigail. 
Mr. Chbborn was s. by his only surviving son, 

CUTHBERT JOHN CLIBBORN, of Moate, J.P., b. 1803 ; m. Feb. 1836 
Jane, dau. of George Arbuthnot Holmes, of Moorock, in the King's 
Co. (see HOLMES of Moycashel), and d. 1847, having had by her 
(who d. 2 March, 1876) four sons and one dau., 

1. THOMAS STRETTELL, of Moate Castle. 

2. George Holmes, b. 23 Aug. 1840 ; d. March, 1853. 

3. Cuthbert John, ol Belfast, Inspector Local Government Board 
J.P. co. Wicklow, M.B., M. Ch., b. 10 Jan. 1846; m. ist, Nov. 
1871, Mary Graves, dau. of Graves Cathrew, Barrister-at-Law 
and has issue, 

1. Graves Cathrew, b. 1875,^.18921 

2. Cuthbert John, b. 1877. 

1. Jane Holmes, b. 1872, d. 1894. 

2. Georgina, b. 1874, d. 1891. 3. Muriel, b. i87gj 

He m. 2ndly, 15 Dec. 1910, Edith Frances, 3rd dau. of William 
Fetherstonhaugh, of Grouse Lodge, widow of John J. Nugent, 
of Rcsemount* 

4. John, C.I.E., of Moorock House, Ballycumber, King's Co., B.A. 
and C.E. T.C.D., Lieut.-Col. Indian Staff Corps ; Pres. of Com- 

H 2 



Cliffe. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



116 



mittee of Industrial Education, India, 1901-2, late Principal of 
the Thomasom Coll. of Engineering, Roorkee, India (n, Nevern 
Square, S. Kensington), b. 8 Dec. 1847 ; m. 8 Nov. 1881, Anne 
Leonie Macpherson Frith, dau. of Surg.-Gen. John Butlet 
Hamilton, Army Medical Staff, and grand-dau. of Major Charles 
Pratt Hamilton, nephew of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Charles Pratt, 
K.C.B., and has issue, 

1. Cuthbert John Hamilton, Lieut. R.F.A., b. at Mussourie, 
Nov. 1883. 

2. Cecil Hamilton, b. at Aligarh, 19 Feb. 1886. 

1. Leonie Annie Holmes, b. at Naini Tal, 16 Sept. 1882 ; m, 
30 March, 1909, Claud Quarry, eldest son of W. Quarry, of 
Bedford. 

2. Violet Louise, b. at Aligarh, 29 Jan. 1885 ; m. 4 Oct. 1911, 
Capt. Richard Eyre, of Prospect, King's Co. 

1. Jane Moore, &. 8 Aug. 1838 ; d. 13 Aug. 1853* 
The eldest son, 

THOMAS STRETTELL CLIBBORN, of the Castle, Moate, co. West- 
meath, and of Holmesby, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia, late Secretary of the Australian Jockey Club, 
Sydney, b, 4 Feb. 1837 ; m. Oct. 1868, Clarinda Mary, dau. of 
Richard Magan, of Rockfield, co. Westmeath (see MAGAN of Emoe), 
and d. 31 Dec. 1910, having had issue, 

1. GEORGE HOLMES, now of Moate. 

1. Ethel Mary, b. at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 1871. 

2. Adelaide Beryl, b. at Sydney, New South Wales, Sept. 1873 ; 
d. Jan. 1874.' 

Seat The Castle, Moate, co. Westmeath. Residence Holmes- 
by, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 




CLIFFE OF BELLEVUE. 

ANTHONY LOFTUS 
CLIFFE, of Bellevue, 
co. Wexford, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 
1897, late Capt. 3rd 
Batt. Royal Irish 
Regt., b. 4 June, 1861 ; 
s. his father 1894 ; m, 
23 July, 1904, Frances 
Emma, dau. of Capt. 
Segrave, of Cabra 
(see that family], and 
widow of Sir John 
Talbot Power, 3rd 
Bart, (see BURKE'S 
Peerage}. 

Lineage. JOHN CLIFFE, 
of Westminster (son of 
Anthony Cliffe of Westmin- 
ster), went to Ireland as 
Secretary-at-War of the 
Army sent by the Parliament 
under the command of 
CROMWELL 1649, an( l acquired 
grants of land in the cos. of 
Wexford and Meath. He m. Eleanor, sth dau. of Nicholas Loftus, 
of Fethard, co. Wexford, grandfather of the ist Lord Loftus, of 
Loftus Hall, and by her (who was b. i Dec. 1641, and d. 3 Sept. 
1700) had issue. Mr. Cliffe was M.P. for Taghmon 1661, and High 
Sheriff co. Wexford 1680. His eldest son, 

JOHN CLIFFE, of Mulrancan Hall, Dungulph Castle and New 
Ross, b. 3 May, 1661 ; m. 1694, Barbara, eldest dau. and eventual 
heir of William Carr, of the city of Cork, and had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. William, of New Ross, b. 5 April, 1701 ; m. his cousin Eleanor 
dau. of Richard Vigors, of Old Leighlin, co. Carlow, and had 
issue seven sons, who all d. unm. except the 

Rev. John Cliffe, of New Ross, b. 1736, who m. Sarah, dau. 
and co-heir of Richard Wilson, and dying there 14 Feb. 1816, 
left issue, one son and two daus., 

(i) John.who was lost in his passage from Bristol to Waterford 

1817, unm. 

(1) Sarah, m. March, 1803, Henry Loftus Tottenham, of 
Macmurrough co. Wexford, and d. 12 Dec. 1839. 

(2) Anne, m. Sept. 1810, the Rev. Thomas Mercer Vigors, of 
Burbage, co. Carlow. 

3. Anthony, 6- 30 March, 1703, a Major in the Army. 

4. Edward, b. 26 Aug. 1705. 

5. George, b. 27 May, 1707. 

6. Edward, b. 30 July, 1709. 

7. Loftus, b. Dec. 1710, Major in the Army, d. 1766. He m. 
Anne, dau. of William Hore, of Harpers town, co. Wexford, and 
d. March, 1814, aged 83, having had issue, one son and three 
daus., 

i Waltcr ; Lieut. -Gen. in the Army, b. 4 Feb. 1757 ; m. Harriet, 



dau. of Gen. Sir Anthony Farrington, Bart., and d. July, 1816, 
leaving an only child, 

Loftus Anthony (Rev.), of Osborne Place, Wilton, Taunton, 
Somersetshire, b. 12 Sept. 1795 ; m. i Aug. i82r,' Salome, 
dau. of John Capon, of Taunton, and d. 12 Aug. 1877, 
having had an only dau., 

Harriet Salome, m. July, 1844, Arthur Kinglake, of 
Taunton. 

1. Dorothy, 6. 2 Jan. 1756 ; m. John Harvey, of Killiane 
Castle, co. Wexford, and d. 1813. 

2. Barbara, b, 6 Dec. 1762 ; m. 22 Oct. 1784, John Stanford, of 
Born, co. Cavan. 

3. Anne, b. 2 Feb. 1764 ; m. i May, 1783, Rev. Roger Owen, 
Rector of Camolin, co. Wexford. 

8. Henry, b. 17 March, 1711 ; supposed to have d. a child. 
ft. Henry, b. 16 Dec. 1714. 

1. Eleanor, b. 16 July, 1695 ; m. Charles Tottenham, of Totten- 
ham Green. 

2. Barbara, b. 27 Oct. 1697 ; m. Arthur Gifford, of Aherne, co. 
Cork, and had issue, an only child, Catherine, m. 10 May, 1764, 
the Hon. William Brabazon, 2nd son of Edward, 7th Earl of 
Meath, and had issue. 

3. Anne, b. n Jan. 1698. 4. Elizabeth, b. 27 Feb. 1699. 

5. Mary, b. May, 1704 ; m. John Leigh, of Rosegarland, coi 
Wexfcrd, and had a son and dau. (see that family). 
Mr. Cliffe was one of the Commissioners for raising money by loan 
for WILLIAM III, in the co. Wexford 1695 and 1698, and "was M.P 
for Bannow from 1692 to 1715. He was s. by his eldest son, 

JOHN CLIFFE, of New Ross, 6. Aug. 1696 ; m. 9 Jan. 1727-8, 
Jane, eldest dau. of his cousin, Henry Cliffe, of Sutton, Surrey, and 
had issue, 

1. JOHN, his heir. 

2. ANTHONY, who s. his brother John. 

3. Edward Lard, d.s.p. 

1. Barbara, b. 13 Jan. 1728-9 ; d. unm. 

2. Jane, b. 19 Oct. 1730 ; m. ist, the Rev. Joshua Tench, of 
Bryanstown, and had issue. She m, 2ndly, Charles Tottenham, 
of New Ross, but had no issue by him. She d. n Jan. 1797. 

3- Mary, b. 2 Feb. 1740 ; d. unm. 1834, at Bath. 

4. Henrietta, b. July, 1748 ; d. unm. 1821, at Bath. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN CLIFFE, of New Ross, of which he was Recorder, b. 31 
Aug. 1733 ; d. unm. 1795, and was s. by his brother, 

ANTHONY CLIFFE, of Abbeybraney, New Ross, b. n Oct. 1734, 
Capt. 4th Horse, i Oct. 1766, Major 4th Dragoon Guards ; m. 1795, 
Frances, eldest dau. of Col. Joseph Deane, of Terenure, co. Dublin, 
and left at his decease, 1803 (with two daus., Jane Catherine, m. 
Robert Shapland, ist Lord Carew, of Castle Boro, co. Wexford ; 
and Cecilia Frances, m. Robert Daniel, of New Forest, co. West- 
meath), an only son, 

ANTHONY CLIFFF, of Bellevue, High Sheriff 1823, b. 10 March, 
1800 ; m. 23 June, 1821, his cousin Isabella Frances, dau. of Col. 
Charles Powell Leslie, of Glasslpugh, co. Monaghan, M.P., and 
by her (who d. 17 Oct. 1873) had issue, 

1. ANTHONY JOHN, late of Bellevue. 

2. Charles Henry, Capt. 58th Foot, b. June, 1826 ; m. 4 Nov. 
1857, Marie Josephine, 5th dau. of Charles Adams, of Mytton 
Hall, Shropshire, and d. Sept. 1866, leaving, 

Francis Henry, b. 16 Jan. 1862. 

3. Edward, late Capt. 52nd Regt., b. April, 1830. 

1. Marianne Jane Place. 

2. Frances Harriett, d. 1870. 3. Isabella Catherine. 

4. Emily Cecilia, d. unm. July, 1863. 

5. Jane Elizabeth, m. 8 Sept. 1858, Thomas Redington Roche, 
only son of Stephen Roche, J.P., of Rye Hill, co. Galway, and 
Moyvanines, and Clounties, co. Limerick. 

6. Eleanor Barbara. 

Mr. Cliffe d. 27 Aug. 1878. His eldest son, 

ANTHONY JOHN CLIFFE, of Bellevue, co. Wexford, J.P., D.L., 
b. Oct. 1822 ; m. 8 Sept. 1858, Amy, 2nd dau. of Sir John Howley, 
ist Serjeant-at-Law in Ireland, and d. 25 Jan. 1894, having by her 
(who d. 7 Nov. 1906) had issue, 

1. ANTHONY LOFTUS, now of Bellevue. 

2. John Edward, b. 10 Oct. 1862. 

3. Henry Cecil, b. 28 Feb. 1864, late Capt. 3rd King's Own Hussars, 
d.s.p. 23 Nov. 1892. 

1. Isabelle Sarah Mary, d. in infancy. 

2. Amy Mary Paulina, m. 3 June, 1891, nth Earl of Galloway (see 
BURKE'S Peerage)' 

Arms Erm., on a fess between three wolves' heads, erased sa. 
a trefoil between two mullets or. Crest A wolf's head erased 
quarterly per pale indented or and sa. Motto In cruce glorior. 

Seat Bellevue, Wexford. Clubs White's, Wellington, and 
Sackville Street, Dublin. 



OLIVE OF BALLYCROY. See OLIVE OF 
PERRYSTONE. 



IRELAND. 



Coates. 




CLOSE OF DRUMBANAGHER. 

MAJ. MAXWELL ARCHI- 
BALD CLOSE, of Drum- 
banagher, co. Armagh, 
High Sheriff 1908, Major 
late nth and 1 3th Hussars, 
&. 5 Oct. 1853 ; m. 2 June, 
1891, Lady Muriel Albany, 
eldest dau. of the 5th Earl 
of Castlestuart, and has 
issue, 

1. MAXWELL STUART, b. i Feb. 
1892. 

2. Archibald, Maxwell, b. i Oct. 
1903. 

1, Lilias Augusta Muriel. 

2. Agatha Katharine Rose. 
.Lineage. RICHARD CLOSE, the 

first of the family who settled in 

Ireland, was the younger son of a Yorkshire family then residing 
atEasby, near Richmond, Yorks, and held a commission in the 
army sent from England in the reign of CHARLES I, 1640. He 
acquired property in co. Monaghan, but after the Restoration 
fixed himself at Lisnegarvey (now Lisburn) co. Antrim. There 
he lived and died, leaving a son and heir, 

RICHARD CLOSE, who inherited the Monaghan estates. He m. 
Mary, sister of Samuel Waring, of Waringstown, co. Down, M.P. 
for Hillsborough, and left at his decease, five sons and three daus. 
The eldest son, Richard Close, m. 1708, Rose, dau. of Roger Hall, 
of Mount Hall, Narrow Water, co. Down, and had issue, now extinct. 
The 2nd son, 

THE REV. SAMUEL CLOSE, Rector of Donaghenry, Stewards- 
town, co. Tyrone, b. 1683, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 26 April, 
1700 ; m. Catherine, dau. of Capt. James Butler, of Bramblestown, 
co. Kilkenny, by Darne Margaret Maxwell, of Mullatinny (Elm 
Park), co. Armagh, relict of Sir Robert Maxwell, Bart, of Bally- 
castle, co. Derry, and dau. and heiress of Henry Maxwell, of 
Mullatinny, and had (with four daus., 1. Margaret, m. Capt. Charles 
Woolly, and had issue ; 2. Mary, d. unm. ; 3. Catherine, d. unm. ; 
and 4. Elizabeth, m. 24 March, 1763, to Peter Gervais) a son and 
successor, 

MAXWELL CLOSE, who s. his grandmother, Lady Maxwell (who 
d. 1758) in the possession of Elm Park, and the lands settled upon 
him. He was High Sheriff co. Armagh 1780. He m. 6 July, 1748, 
Marv, eldest dau. of Capt. Robert Maxwell, of Fellows Hall, co. 
Armagh, brother of John, ist Lord Farnham (see BURKE'S Peerage), 
and had issue, 

1. SAMUEL, his heir. 

2. Robert, d. unm. 

3. Barry (Sir), b. Dec. 1756, a Major-Gen. H.E.I.C.S., who was 
created a Baronet 1812. This highly distinguished officer d.s.p. 
April, 1813, when the title expired. 

4. Farnham, d. in the Island of Guadaloupe, 1794, Lieut.-Col. 
6sth Regt., unm. 

1. Grace, b. Jan. 1750; m. the Rev. Dr. St. John Blacker. 

2. Catherine, b. Nov. 1753 ; m. Arthur Noble. 

3. Margaret. 4. Mary. 5. Elizabeth. 
Mr. Close d. 1793, and was s. by his eldest son, 

THE REV. SAMUEL CLOSE, of Elm Park, Rector of Keady, cp. 
Armagh, and of Drakestown, Meath, b. Sept. 1749 ; m. 25 April, 
1782, Deborah, dau. of the Very Rev. Arthur dc Robillard Cham- 
pagne, Dean of Clonmacnoise, son of Major Josias de Robillard 
Champagne, by the Ladv Jane Forbes his wife, dau. of Arthur, 
and Earl of Granard (see BURKE'S Peerage), and by her (who d. 1815) 
had four sons and three daus., 

1. MAXWELL, his heir. 

2. Robert, Col. H.E.I.S., m. 21 July, 1827, Caroline Sophia, 
sister of the late Sir Thomas Palmer, Bart, of Northamptonshire, 
and has had issue, 

i. Barry Maxwell, d. 1873. 2. Vere Henry, d. 1911. 

1. Sophia, m. 23 Dec. 1856, Henry Orlando Bridgeman, who 
d.s.p. 14 June, 1879 (see BURKE'S Peerage, BRADFORD, E.). 

2. Emily, d. 1870. 

3. Henry Samuel, of Newtown Park, co. Dublin, m. 1821, Jane, 
dau. of the Very Rev. Holt Waring, of Waringstown, co Down, 
Dean of Dromore, and had issue, 

1. Maxwell Henry (Rev.), M.A., M.R.I.A., b. 1822 ; d. 12 Sept. 
1903. 

2. Robert Barry, b. 1825 ; d. 24 April, 1908, m. Augusta, dau. 
of Rev. J. Vaughan, of Gotham, Notts. She d. 26 Nov. 1902. 

3. Samuel Holt, d. July, 1897, aged 71. 

4. Henry Walter, m. 1879, Mary Acton, dau. of Rev. Botry 
Pigott, and d. Oct. 1890. 

5. George Champagne, Major 45th Regt., d. Feb. 1879. 

6. Arthur Richard, Capt. 43rd Light Infantry, killed in New 
Zealand War, 1865. 

7. William John, m. Lucy, dau. of Rev. Botry Pigott. 

8. Farnham Chidley, m. 16 Sept. 1890, Mary Amelia, eldest 
dau. of the late Hon. William H. G. Wellesley (see BURKE'S 
Peerage, COWLEY, E.). He d. 13 Jan. 1901. 

1. Catherine Deborah Agnes, m. 23 Nov. 1852, her cousin 
M. C. Close, D.L., of Drumbanagher, who d. 25 Jan. 1903, 
leaving issue (see below). 

2. Emily Jane, m. J. C. Scriven, and d. 1860. 

3. Adelaide Harriet, m. John Burton, of Burton Hall, Carlow 



4. John Forbes (Rev.), Rector of Mourne, co. Down ; d, 1883 ; 
m. ist, 1822, Mary Sophia, youngest dau. of Charles Brownlow 
of Lurgan, and sister of Charles, ist Lord Lurean and had 
issue, 

i. Caroline, m. Gen. Sir Arthur Borton, G.C.B., and had 

issue. She d. 24 April, 1908. 

He m. 2ndly, 4 June, 1852, Marie Esther, widow of Col. Steinbelt, 
and dau. of Rev. J. Fullagar ; and srdly, Adelaide, dau. o 
Edmund Gilling Hallewell, and had issue, 

1. John Forbes, m. Emily Mary, dau. of Rev. Duncan Mac- 
farlane, and d. 22 Feb. 1894, leaving issue, 

Duncan Forbes, b. 15 Sept. 1889. 
Janet Marjorie, b. 19 Jan. 1893. 

2. Charles Barry, Major gth Norfolk Regt., b. 16 Feb. 1862 ; 
m. 2 Oct. 1897. Hazel Mary, dau. of Col. Henry Wood, C.B., 
late Rifle Brigade. He d. 17 March, 1908, leaving issue, 

Violet, b. 4 July, 1905. 

2. Ellen Augusta, m. 1890, Rev. Samuel Smartt, M.A., Vicar 
of Newry, and has issue, two daus. 

3. Adelaide Victoria. 

1. Mary, m. May, 1812, Sir Justinian Isham, 8th bart. of Lam- 
port, co. Northampton, and d. 1878. 

2. Jane, m. 8 May, 1827, Col. Chidley Coote, brother of Sir Charles 
Henry Coote, Bart, of Ballyfin, and had issue. 

3. Harriet, m. 1825, the Rev. Ralph Coote, Lynally, King's Co., 
youngest brother of Sir C. H. Coote, Bart. 

Mr. Close d. 1817, and was s. by his son, 

MAXWELL CLOSE, of Drumbanagher, J.P. and D.L , High Sheriff 
1818, Col. in the Army, b. 14 March, 1783 ; m. 14 March, 1820, 
Anna Elizabeth, sister of Charles, ist Lord Lurgan, and by her 
(who d. 2 Jan. 1863) ha4 issue, 

1. MAXWELL CHARLES, late of Drumbanagher. 

2. Barry b. 22 June, 1833. 

Mr. Close d. 16 Dec. 1867. His elder son, 

MAXWELL CHARLES CLOSE, of Drumbanagher, co. Armagh, M.A., 
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1854, M.P. co. Armagh 1857 to 1864, 
and 1874 to 1885, 6. 25 June, 1827 ', . 23 Nov. 1852, Catherine 
Deborah Agnes, dau. of Henry Samuel Close, of Newtown Park, co. 
Dublin, and d. 25 Jan. 1903, having had issue, 

1. MAXWELL ARCHIBALD, now of Drumbanagher. 

2. Henry Samuel, b. 12 Nov. 1863 ; m. 4 Sept. 1890, Edith 
Dorothy Blanche, 3rd dau. of Capt. Henry Segrave, I2th Foot, of 
Kiltymon, co. Wicklow, and has issue, 

Barry Samuel, b. 27 Sept. 1897. 
1. Edith, d. Aug. 1869. 2. Emily Beatrice. 

3. Mary Geraldino. 4. Flora Lucy. 

5. Kate Violet, rf. 30 Dec. 1880, 6. Grace Wilmina. 

7. Alice Evelyn, m. 7 June, 1899, Rev. John Thomas Waller. 

Rector of St. Laurence, Limerick (see WALLER of Castletown). 

Arms Quarterly, ist and 4th : Az., on a chevron arg. between 
three mullets, or, a fetterlock sa. between two bugle horns ppr., 
garnished of the 3rd stringed gu. 2nd quarterly, ist and 4th : 
Or, a chief indented az., 2nd and 3rd gu. three covered cups or, 
over all a cross moline sa., and all within a bordure arg. (for 
BUTLER). 3rd Arg., a saltire sa., a chief paly of six of the ist 
and 2nd (for MAXWELL). On an escutcheon of pretence, quarterly, 
ist and 4th,: Or, a fess per saltire gu. and erm., between in chief 
a bull's head couped, and in base a galley sa. (for RICHARDSON). 
2nd and 3rd, quarterly, ist : Or, a lion rampant, with a double 
tressure flory counter flory gu. 2nd : Or, a fess chequy arg. and 
az., in chief a label of three points gu. : 3rd Arg., a saltire engrailed 
between four roses gu. 4th : Az., a lion rampant arg., the whole 
within a bordure compony arg. and az. (for STUART). Crest 
Out of an eastern crown a demi-lion vert holding a battleaxe ppr. 
Motto Fortis et fidelis. 

Seats Drumbanagher, near Newry ; Drum Manor, Cookstown 
co. Tyrone ; 



COATES OF RATHMORE. 

The late VICTOR COAXES, of Rathmore, co. Antrim, 
and of Glentoran, co. Down, J.P. and D.L. co. 
Antnm, High Sheriff 1893, 6. 1826; m. 26 May, 
1803, Margaret Airth (now of Rathmore), dau. of 
Jonathan Richardson, of Lambeg, and had with 
other issue, 

1. WILLIAM, b. 1864. 

4. Victor H. (Wood End, Crowhursf, Sussex), b. 1866 ; m. 1896, 
Kathleen Jane Marshall, dau. of Clement Cotterill Redfern, 
of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, and has issue, 
Victor, b. 1897. 
Margaret Helen, b. 1899. 

Mr. Coates, who d. 27 July, 1910, was son of the 
late William Coates, J.P., of Glentoran, High 
Sheriff 1869 (who d. 1878), by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Maurice Lindsay, of Ashfield. 
Seat Rathmore, co. Antrim. 



Cobbe. 



THE LANDED GENTRY. 



118 




COBBE OF NEWBRIDGE HOUSE. 

THOMAS MABERLY 

COBBE, of Newbridge 
House, co. Dublin, b. 1884 ; 
m. 6 April, 1905, Eleanor 
Colville, 2nd dau. of Col. 
Colville Franldand. 

Lineage. WILLIAM COBBE, of 
Steventon, co. Southampton, b. circa 
1450, was father of JOHN COBBE, of 
Swaraton (The Grange), who m. 
Army Barnes, and had a son, 
THOMAS COBBE, of Swaraton, b. circa 
1510, living at the time of the Visi- 
tation of Hampshire 1575, when he 
received from Robert Cooke (Claren- 
ceux) a ratification of the " armes 
and chriests of his ancestors." By 

his and wife, Agnes, dau. of John Hunt, Thomas Cobbe was father 
of Richard, B.D., Fellow and Vice-fresident of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxon, and one of its earliest benefactors ; also of two 
other sons, joint possessors of the estate of Northington, adjoining 
Swaraton. By his ist wife, Margaret, dau. of Edward Beronshaw, 
Thomas Cobbe had, with other issue, 

MICHAEL COBBE, of Swaraton, b. 1547 ; d. 40 ELIZABETH. He 
m. Joan, eldest dau. and heiress of George Welborne, of Allington, 
Dorset, and had issue. The eldest son, 

THOMAS COBBE, of Swaraton, 1575, Capt. of a foot company 
1634 ; m. Catherine, dau. of the Ven. Owen Owen, Archdeacon of 
Anglesey, and Rector of Burton- La tymer, sister of John Owen, 
Bishop of St. Asaph. By her he had, Michael, who m. Anne, dau. 
Of Bishop Broomfield, of Titchfield, M.P., and had issue, Arthur ; 
Lucy ; and 

RICHARD COBBE, 6. 1607 ; returned Knight of the Shire for Hants, 
1656 ; m. Honor, dau. of Sir Richard Norton, of Rotherfield, 2nd 
bart., and had issue, 

THOMAS COBBE, Governor of the Isle of Man, m. Veriana, dau. 
of James Chaloner, M.P. during the Long Parliament, by his wife 
Ursula, dau. of Sir Philip Fairfax, of Steeton, and had issue, 

1. Richard Chaloner, Col. of Militia, m. Mary dau. of F. Godol- 
phin, Governor of Scilly, and was father of Richard, D.D., Rector 
of Finglas, father of Richard Chaloner Cobbe, D.D., Rector of 
Little Marlow, Bucks, father (with other children) of Frances, 
m. to Hans Francis, nth Earl of Huntingdon. 

2. William, Capt., d.s.p. 1749. 3. CHARLES. 
The youngest son, 

CHARLES COBBE, D.D., b. 1686 ; successively Bishop of Killala, 
Dromore, and Kildare, and Archbishop of Dublin ; m. Dorothea, 
dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Richard Levinge, Bart., Speaker of the 
House of Commons, and Chief Justice of Common Pleas in Ireland, 
widow of Sir John Rawdon, Bart, of Moira. The Archbishop 
built Newbridge House about 1737, and d. 14 April, 1765, leaving 
one surviving son, 

THOMAS COBBE, of Newbridge, M.P., Col. of Militia, b. 1733, 
m. 1751, Lady Eliza Beresford, dau. of Marcus, ist Earl of Tyrone, 
and sister of George, Marquess of Waterford. By her he had issue 
two daus., Catherine, m. Hon. Henry Pelham (and had issue, Cath- 
erine, and Frances, m. Capt. Murray) ; and Elizabeth Dorothea, m. 
Sir Henry Tuite. Bart., but d.s.p. 1850 ; and one son, 

CHARLES COBBE, of Newbridge, M.P., b. 1756 ; m. Anne Power 
Trench, sister of William, ist Earl of Clancarty, and by her (who 
d. 1835) left at his decease v.p. 1798, five sons, 

1. CHARLES, his heir, of Newbridge. 

2. George, General R.A., b. 1782 ; m. Amelia, dau. of the Rev. 
Royston Barton, and dying 9 March, 1865, left issue, 

1. Charles Henry, Major H.E.I.C.S. (dec.), m. and had issue. 

2. Thomas Monck, m. 16 Aug. 1839, Sophia, dau. of Burton 
Tandy, of Mornington House, co. Meath. 

1. Frances, in. Dawson Littledale, and by him (who d. 1884) 
had issue. 

2. Anna. 

3. Linda, m. Thomas Thompson, D.L., of Hollywood Rath, 
co. Dublin, and has issue. 

3. Henry, Vicar of Templeton, d.s.p. 1823. 

4. Thomas Alexander, Col. H.E.I.C.S., b. 1788 ; d. 1836 ; m. 
Nuzzeer Begum, dau. of Azeeze Khan, of Cashmere, and had 
issue, 

1. Henry Clermont, Col. C.B., Commanding 4th Regt., killed 
at Sebastopol 1855, s.p. 

2. Charles Augustus, Lieut. -Col., of Springfield, Great Romans 
Road, Southsea, D.L. for W.R. Yorks, b. 1817 ; m. and d. 18 
March, 1901, leaving issue. His widow, Sarah Anne, d. 
15 March, 1908. 

3. William, d.s.p. 

4. Francis Hastings, Lieut.-Col. R. A. 

5. Alexander Hugh (Sir), K.C.B., Lieut.-Gen., late Col. 
Commanding i7th Regt., b. 1825 ; m. 1863, Emily Barbara, dau. 
of Capt. G. Stanhope Jones, sgth Regt., and d. 13 Sept. 1899 
having by her (who d. 1886) had, with other issue, 

(1) Henry Hercules, D.S.O., b. 26 Feb. 1869 ; m. 15 April, 
1907, Jeanne, dau. of Col. H. W. B. Boyd, I.M.S., Bombay. 

(2) Alexander Stanhope, V.C., D.S.O., Major and Bt.-Col. 
Indian Army, b. 5 Jan. 1870 ; m. i Oct. 1910, Winifred, dau. 
of A. E. Bowen, of Colworth, Beds. 

1. Azelie. 

2. Florence (dec.), m. ist, John Ensor, of Rolesby, and had 
issue ; 2ndly, Chardin Wroughton. 



3. Laura, m. John Locke, M.P., and has issue. 

4. Sophia. 5. Eliza. 

5. William Power, Capt. R.N., b. 1790 ; m. Elizabeth Bridget 
dau. of Richard Fortescue Starkey, M.P., and dying 8 April 
1831, left issue, 

1. Charles Power, Capt. i3th Light Infantry, d.s.p. 

2. William Power (Rev.), M.A., m. Jane Selina (16, Codwyne 
Road, Dover), dau. of Col. George John Beresford, R.A., of 
Woodhouse, co. Waterford, and d. 18 April, 1889, having had 
issue, 

Charles William Beresford (Rev.) (16, Codwyne Road, Dover), 
b. 20 July, 1875. 

1. Jane Power, d. unm. 18 Nov. 1887. 

2. Flora Power, d. unm. 15 March, 1875. 

3. Elizabeth Dorothea Power, d. unm. 3 Dec. 1902. 
The eldest son, 

CHARLES COBBE, of Newbridge, co. Dublin, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1821, b. 1781 ; m. 1809, Frances, only dau. of Capt. Thomas 
Conway, of Morden Park, Surrey, and by her (who d. 1847) had, 

1. CHARLES, late of Newbridge. 

2. Thomas, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1813 ; m. Janet Finlay, dau. of 
Thomas Grahame, and d. 13 May, 1882, leaving by her (who d. 
32 Aug. 1884) issue, 

1. LEURIC CHARLES, late of Newbridge. 

2. Hervic Nugent Grahame. 

i. Helen Louise. 2. Frances Conway. 

3. William, b. 1816 ; m. Clara, dau. of J. Nottidge, of Rose Hill, 
Suffolk. 

4. Henry (Rev.). M.A., Rector of Maulden. Beds., 6. 1817 ; m. 
and has issue, 

i. Mabel. 2. Winifred. 

3. Amy Beresford. 

1. Frances Power, d. unm. 5 April, 1904. 
Mr. Cobbe d. n Nov. 1857, and was s. by his eldest son, 

CHARLES COBBE, of Newbridge House, M.A., J.P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Dublin 1841, and co. Louth 1867, b. 17 Aug. 1811 ; m. 
ist, May, 1839, Louisa Caroline, dau. of George Frederick Brooke, 
of Summerton, co. Dublin (she d. 2 June, 1882) ; 2ndly, June, 1883, 
Charlotte, dau. of Rev. Henry Moore, of Julianstown Rectory, co. 
Meath, and d. 5 July, 1886. She d. 26 Oct. 1901. He was s. by his 
nephew, 

LEURIC CHARLES COBBE, of Newbridge House, b. 
m. , and had with other issue, 

THOMAS MABERLY, now of Newbridge. 

Arms Gu. a fess arg., in chief two swans of the last. Crest- 
Out of a ducal coronet gu. a pelican's head and neck vulning itself 
ppr. Mottoes Moriens cano ; over the crest : In sanguine vita. 

Seat Newbridge House, Donabate, co. Dublin. 



COCHRANE OF RED CASTLE. 

RICHARD FRANCIS ERNEST COCHRANE, of Red 
Castle, co. Donegal, Capt. and Hon. Major 5th Batt. 
Innis. Fus., High Sheriff 1908, J.P. co. Donegal, b. 
1 8 Sept. 1873. 

Lineage. (see BURKE'S Peerage). THOMAS, loth Earl of 
Dundonald, G.C.B., the great Admiral (who d. 31 Oct. 1860), 
and Katherine Frances Corbet, his wife (who d. 25 Jan. 1865), 
dau. of Thomas Barnes, of Romford, Essex, had a youngest son, 

CAPT. THE HON. ERNEST GREY LAMBTON COCHRANE, of Red 
Castle, co. Donegal, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1879, Capt. R.N. 
(retired), b. 4 June, 1834 I m - Ist > I 5 Sept. 1864, Adelaide, only 
dau. of Col. Samuel W. Blackall, Governor of Sierra Leone, and 
afterwards of Queensland. She d. 3 Oct. following. He in. sndly, 
1 6 Oct. 1866, Elizabeth Frances Maria, only child of Richard 
Doherty, of Red Castle, co. Donegal. He d. 26 Feb. 1911, having 
had issue, 

1. Thomas Alfred Dundonald O'Dogherty, b. 23 Sept. 1868 ; 
d. unm. 

2. RICHARD FRANCIS ERNEST, now of Red Castle. 

3. Ernest Algernon, b. n May, 1877. 

4. Horace Cochrane Egerton, b. 1883. 

1. Elizabeth Rosetta Stewart, b. 19 Oct. 1867. 

2. Adelaide Maria, b. 19 Oct. 1874. 

3. Frances Katherine, b. 8 Nov. 1875. 

4. Blanch Edith, b. 4 Oct. 1879. 

5. Mabel Alice Marie, b. 6 March, iSS 4 . 

Arms, &c. See BURKE'S Peerage, DUNDONALD, E. 
Seats Red Castle, near Londonderry, Mintiaghs Lodge, 
Buncrana, co, Donegal. Club United Service. 




H9 IRELAND. 

CODDINGTON OF OLDBB.IDGE. 

JOHN NICHOLAS COD- 
DINGTON, of Oldbridge, 
co. Meath, J.P. and D.L., 
formerly Major and Hon. 
Lieut. -Col. Royal Meath 
Regt. of Militia, &. 24 
June, 1828 ; m. ist, 1870, 
Lelia Jane, elder dau, of 
the late James Lennox 
William Naper, of Lough- 
crew, co. Meath, and by 
her (who d. i Feb. 1879) 
has issue, 

1. ARTHUR FRANCIS, b. 1873 j 
m. 9 Oct. 1908, Dorothie Rhoda, 
dau. of Francis C. Osborne, of 
Smithstown, Drogheda, and 
had issue, 

DIXIE HENRY, b. 9 Nov. 1909. 

2. Hubert John, b. 1877. 

He m. 2ndly, 1883, Maria Louisa, widow of John 
Osborn G. Pollock, of Mountainstown, and dau. of 
Henry Darley, of Fitz- William Place, Dublin. She 
d. 25 March, 1886. He m. 3rdly, n March, 1891, 
Constance Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late Lieut. - 
Col, Stephen Henry Smith, of Annesbrook, co. 
Meath, and by her (who d. n Aug. 1894) had 
issue, 

Audrey Muriel Raymond, d. in infancy, 21 Aug. 1895. 

Lineage. WILLIAM CODDINGTON, of Holm Patrick, co. Dublin, 
High Sheriff co. Wicklow 1656 ; m. Thomasine Calton, and by her 
had three sons and seven daus. He d. 1657, aged 50. His son 
and heir, 

CAPT. NICHOLAS CODDINGTON, of Holm Patrick, d. July, 1685, 
leaving by his 2nd wife, Anne, who survived him, three sons and 
one dau. (his ist wife Elizabeth, dau. of William Aston, d.s.p. 1657). 
The eldest son, 

CAPT. DIXIE CODDINGTON, of Holm Patrick, b. 1665, High Sheriff 
co. Dublin 1695, served on WILLIAM Ill's staff at the battle of the 
Boyne. He m. 1686, his cousin Anne, dau. and heiress of his uncle, 
John Coddington, of Clonerry, King's Co., by whom (who d. 1736) 
he left at his death, 22 July, 1728, six sons and three daus., 

1= JOHN, his heir. 

2. Nicholas, of Drogheda, m. 14 July, 1722, Mary, dau. of Henry 
Tennison, of Dillonstown, co. Louth, and d. Nov. 1737, leaving 
by her (who d. 1785) a son, 

DIXIE, heir to his uncle in 1740. 

3. Dixie, of Athlumney Castle, co. Meath, principal Serjeant-at- 
Arms from 1768 to his death in August, 1777. He m. 27 June 
1753, Hannah, dau. of Thomas Knox. 

4. Henry, of Tankardstown, co. Meath, Barrister, d.s.p. 

5. William, Vicar of Carrickmacross, co. Monaghan. 

6. Robert. 

1. Anne. 2. Elizabeth, m. John Lyster, of Rocksavage. 

3. Jane, b. 1700 ; m. 15 July, 1723, Ralph Blundel, of Dublin ; 

and d. 2 Aug. 1742. 
The eldest son, 

JOHN CODDINGTON, of Oldbridge, co. Meath, m. 1710, Frances, 
dau. and co-heir of Capt. John Osborn, of Balgeen, by whom (who 
d. 1747) he had one son, 

John, drowned in the Boyne the day he came of age, 1736. 
Mr. Coddington d. 1740, and was s. by his nephew, 

DIXIE CODDINGTON, of Oldbridge. He m. 1754, Catherine, dau. 
of Thomas Burgh, of Bert, and had seven sons, who all d. young. 
He d. in Dublin 1794, and was s. by his brother, 

HENRY CODDINGTON, of Oldbridge, 6. 1728. After the death of 
his cousin, Dixie Coddington, 1791, he became Deputy Serjeant-at 
Arms, and was so at the Union, 1800, at which time he was also i 
patron of one of the seats for the borough of Dunleer. He m. 1762, I 
Elizabeth, dau. of Latham Blacker, of Rathescar, co. Louth, and 
had issue, 

1. NICHOLAS, his heir. 

2. Henry, m. Eleanor Hamilton, of Browne Hall, co. Donegal, \ 
and d. leaving three daus., one of whom m. the Rev. Thomas 
Lindesay, Rector of Upper Cumber, co. Londonderry. 

3. Latham (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Timolin, co. Kildare, m. \ 
Anne, dau. of Col. Bellingham, of Ardagh, co. Louth, and had 
with other issue, Henry (Rev.), and John George, of Ravensdale, , 
co. Louth. 

4. Thomas, d. unm. 

1. Martha, m. Philip Pendleton, of Moortown, co. Meath, and 
left issue. 

2. Elizabeth, m. Winder, and has issue. 

3. Anne, m. Edward Augustus Waller (see WALLER of Rockvale), 
and d. leaving issue. 

4. Mary Jane, m. George Lendrum, of Jamestown, co. Fer- I 
managh, and d. leaving issue. 

Mr. Coddington d. 21 Dec. 1816, and was s. by his son, 

NICHOLAS CODDINGTON, of Oldbridge, m. Tuly, 1793, Letitia, 

dau. of Gaynor Barry, of Beau, co. Dublin, and had issue, 
1. HENRY BARRY, of Oldbridge. 



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2. Joshua William, Capt. R.E., m. 1840, Agnes, dau. of Gen. 
Emmett, R.E., and d. 1853, leaving issue, 

i. Charles Edward. 2. Edward Fitzherbert 

3. Fitzherbert Nicholas, Major in the Army, m. 1841 Jane 
dau. of Col. Trelawny, R.A., Governor of St. Helena, and d. 
1853, leaving issue, 

i. Fitzherbert Henry. 2 . Charles Hamlyn. 

i. Blanche Martha. 

1. Anna Elizabeth, m. 1826, John Fitzherbert Ruxton, of Ardee 
House, co. Louth, and d. leaving issue (see that family). 

2. Letitia Mary, d. 15 Oct. 1879. 

Upon the decease