Heraldic Illustrations; Comprising the Armorial Bearings of the Principal Families of the Empire with Pedigrees and Annotations Volume 3

Heraldic Illustrations; Comprising the Armorial Bearings of the Principal Families of the Empire with Pedigrees and Annotations Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...not only from the Ruyal blood of England but from the following noble and knightly Norman families of extreme celebrity and renown, viz.: De Mules, It Camvilc, IK' Vitrei, De Vcre, Dc Vernon, De Vallelort. See Sir William Pole., I 1-John= Drew, Esq. of Lis-try and Rock-field, CO. Kerry, and of Frogmore, near Yougbal, co. Cork, a gentleman distinguished for his wit, genius, and amiability, m. in 1786, rf. 14 Dec. 1813. FRANCI8 = Drew, Esq, late of Meanus, co. Kerry, and of Frogmore, near Youghal, co.Cork, d. in Dec. 1839. Jane, dau. of Thos. Garde, Esq. of field, Ballin-co. dinis, Kerry, eo. Cork. ing Drew, in Holy Orders. dau. of Richard Townsend Herbert, Esq. of Cahernane, co. Kerry, s.p..ev.-Pierce WilLiam Drew, of the Strand House, Youghal. Eliza-beth, only dau. and heir of Thos. Oliver, Esq. of Wel-lington Place, Cork. Arabella, Eliza m. Wal-beth, terAtkin, d.unm. Esq. of Cathe Atkin ville, co Cork. rine, d. an infant. 4. Catherine, deceased. 5. Mona Brougham. A dau.=Barry Drew, Esq. of Ballyduff, co. Waters of Sir ford, and of Drewscourt, co. Limerick, 2nd Francis son of Francis Drew, Esq. of Kilwinny, co. Foulkcs Cork, and of Meanus, co. Kerry, by his wife Knt. of Susanna Knowel, (see pedigree No I.) was Cam-Receiver to the estates of the Earl of Cork phire, and Burlington, in the reign of James II. co. Wa-and together with Sir Francis Foulkes, Knt. terford, of Camphire, and Mr. Richard "Musgrave, 1st wife, was a Commissioner for the restoration of these estates which were forfeited before the Revolution. Ruth, dau-of William Nettles, Esq. of Tourine, co. Waterford, by Mary, sister of Valentine Greatrakes, Esq. of Affane Castle, co. Waterford, who is stated to have possessed the extraordinary power of curing dis-eases by stroking his...show more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236505875
  • 9781236505873