The Peerage of Ireland

The Peerage of Ireland

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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. 1789 edition. Excerpt: ...then heir apparent to. Sir Lucas Dillon, of Lough-Glyn, ancestor to the present Viscount, secondly to Major-General O'Farrell, and died in 1681); and EHice, first to Captain Anthony Brabazon, of Ballynasloe, in county of Rpifcomon, and secondly to Theobald Dillon, of Clonowart in same county, son of tjhe said Sir Lucas.--Edmund, the eldest son, married a daughter of Sir Richard Blake, of Ardfry, in county of Galway, Knt Privy Counsellor to K. Charles I. and one of the Supreme Council of Kilkenny, by whom having only one daughter, who became the wife of Edmund Malone, of Ballynahown, Esq. his brother Gerald succeeded; he married first Mary, daughterof Thomas Dillon, Esq. of the family of Clonbrock, and secondly Ellice, daughter of John Aylmer, of Ballykenan, in Westmeath, Esq. by her who died 28 September 1684, he had no issue, but by. his first wife had Peter, his heir; and two daughters, ' Ingoldfby, of Clondiralagh in the county of Clare, Esq. (who died first September 1704) younger son to Sir Hertry'Ingoldfby' of Beggstown in the county of Meath, Bart, and brother to Sir William, and dying without issue 9 January 1721, was buried, at St. Bride's, being succeeded by his brother 1 James, the eighth and last Earl of Roscomon, born in, 1702, j, met, who 29 August 1723, sat first in Parliament1, and hada pension of t 1 300I. a year, but dying unmarried 20 August 1746, at Harold's Ewl- Cross, Dublin j he was interred at St. Bride's Church, Dublin. On the decease of this Nobleman, the titles continued to lie dormant, and in the year 1776, the only person who could have claimed, died in reduced circumstances at Knockrany, in county of Roscomon, consequently the titles being extinct, have been expunged from the list of the House of Peers. Lords.show more

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123655356X
  • 9781236553560