The Peerage of Ireland; Or, a Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of That Kingdom. with Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms Collected from Public Records, Authentic Manuscripts, Approved Historians, Volume 2

The Peerage of Ireland; Or, a Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of That Kingdom. with Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms Collected from Public Records, Authentic Manuscripts, Approved Historians, Volume 2

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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: ... had the fame erected (on his petition to K. William) 4 June 1694, into the manor of Athboy, with power to hold 500 acres in demesne; to impale 800 acres for deer, to hold courts, and many other privileges. 1 Information, the late Thomas Le Hunte, Esq. December 1740, succeeded Colonel Alexander Rose in his regiment of foot; was made a Brigadier General of his majesty's armies in July 1745; and in April 1746 succeeded general Whitfhed in the command of his dragoons; made 15 September 1747 a Major General, 22 February following Colonel of A regiment of horse, and in March 1754, a Lieutenant General. He married, 19 August 1737, Elizabeth, sister to William Bury, of Shannon-Grove in the county of Limerick, Esq. by her, who died 23 March 1759, had a son Thomas, born 5 January, 1739 deceased; he married secondly in October 1760, Frances, sister to Theophilus Jones, and aunt to the present Right Honourable Theophilus Jones, and is deceased. (3) Reverend Robert Bligh, was presented 10 September 1746 to the rectory of Killmaloda, in the Diocess of Ross j 16 October following to the Prebend and Vicarage of Timoleague, the Vicarage of Liflee, and rectory of Killsillagh, in the fame diocess, and died Dean of Elphin. In July 1742 he married first Catharine, daughter of-Elliot, widow of Charles Boyle, of Arraghlin-Bridge in the county of Cork, Esq. and slie dying 15 January 1757 at Barry's-Hall in county of Cork; he married secondly 18 March 1759 the daughter of Winthorp of London, and left issue Thomas, Robert, Frances-Theodosia married 5 February 1788 to obert Viscount. Joscelyn, son of Robert Earl of Roden; and Catharine'. (4) Anthony, was Lieutenant of dragoons, and died unmarried, at the barracks of Gort in the county of Galway, 13 January 1737. '...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236531299
  • 9781236531292