The Peerage of Ireland; With Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms

The Peerage of Ireland; With Engravings of Their Paternal Coats of Arms : Collected from Public Records, Authentic Manuscripts, Approved Historians, Well-Attested Pedigrees and Personal Information Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1789 edition. Excerpt: Essex, Esq. and his Lordship deceased 21 October, 1785, having had issue Robert, his successor; Samuel, born 16 June, 1774; Frances; Catharine; Anne; and Sarah. Ulster's Office; and Information of Lord Westcote. 1 Rot. A0. 16 Geo. III. 5. p. f. R. 13. Robert, the second and present Lord Ongley, born 3 Robert, October, 1771', is a minor. 2 Lord. Title. Robert Ongley, Lord Baron Ongley of OldWarden in Ireland. Creation. So created 30 July, 1776, 16 Geo. III. Arms. Quarterly, island 4th pearl, a fess, ruby, 2d and 3d pearl, 3 piles ruby, in bass a mount, emerald, on a canton saphire, a sun in his glory, topaz. Crest.j On a wreath, a Ph nix topaz, inflames, proper. Supporters.) Two Grissins rampant, saphire, collared, ruby, chained, proper. Motto. Mihi Cura Futura. Seat-. Old-Warden in County of Essex, -IS Lordship is descended from a family of Shouldham 28. in Germany, and his father, the Reverend Samuel Should-Samuel. ham, was beneficed in the dioceis of Ossory; he married Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Molyneux of Ballymulvey, in county of Longford, Esq. (by his wife Catharine, daughter of Thomas Pooley of Dublin, Esq.) and fister to Pooley Molyneux of Ballymulvey, who died unmarried in 1772, and bequeathed his estates of about 1600I. a year, to the eldest son of his fister by Mr. Shouldham.--The said Samuel died in 1728, leaving issue Samuel, who inherited his uncle's estate, and died without issue in 1774; and Molyneux, heir to his brother, and the present Lord Molyneux Shoulham, who entered into the royal navy at the age of Lord 7 7 10 Should..... ham. 'Ulster, Io years, and hath been constantly employed in that service; 12 May, 1746, he was appointed to a ship of war, and is now an Admiral of the Blue Squadron. In 1776 more

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