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Pakenham Genealogy


Issue Date: 15/10/2015.

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INDEX of PRINCIPAL INDIVIDUALS

 

Pakenham Genealogy 1

INDEX of PRINCIPAL INDIVIDUALS 1

Introduction 5

Sources: 5

Rt Hon EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM - 1743 5

CATHERINE ROWLEY 5

Sir Edward Pakenham (1778 - 1815) 8

The 93rd Highlanders. 9

******************** Generation 9 ******************* 14

THOMAS PAKENHAM - 1713 14

ELIZABETH CUFFE 14

******************* Generation 10 ******************* 17

EDWARD PAKENHAM 17

MICHAEL CUFF - 1694 17

FRANCES SANDFORD 17

****************** Generation 11 ******************* 17

SIR THOMAS PAKENHAM 17

MARY NELMES 18

FRANCIS CUFF 18

HONORA O'BRIAN 18

HENRY SANDFORD 19

ELIZABETH FITZGERALD 19

******************* Generation 12 ******************* 19

HENRY PAKENHAM 19

MARY LILL 19

SIR JAMES CUFF 20

ALICE AUNGIER 20

MICHAEL BOYLE 21

MARY O'BRIAN 21

ROBERT FITZGERALD 21

MARY CLOTWORTHY 21

Pakenham 2 Genealogy 25

ROBERT PAKENHAM 25

THOMAS CUFF 25

AMBROSE AUNGIER 26

GRISELD BULCKELEY 26

GEORGE FITZGERALD 26

EDMOND PAKENHAM 26

ROBERT CUFF 27

SIR FRANCIS AUNGIER 27

DOUGLASS FITZGERALD 27

THOMAS FITZGERALD 27

ROBERT PAKENHAM 27

ELIZABETH BERKELEY 28

JOHN CUFF 28

RICHARD AUNGIER 28

EDWARD FITZGERALD 28

NICHOLAS PAKENHAM 29

SIR MAURICE BERKELEY 29

JOHN CUFF 29

JOHN AUNGIER 29

ELEANOR BACON 29

GERALD FITZGERALD – 9th Earl Kildare 29

ELIZABETH DE GREY 30

SIR HUGH PAKENHAM 31

THOMAS BERKELEY 31

MARGARET de la LAUNDE 32

RICHARD AUNGIER 32

JOHN BACON 32

GERALD FITZGERALD 32

SIR THOMAS de GREY 32

CECILIE BONVILLE 32

HUGH PAKENHAM 32

SIR MAURICE BERKELEY 33

SIR THOMAS de la LAUNDE 33

KATHERINE WELLES 33

JOHN AUNGIER 33

THOMAS FITZGERALD 33

SIR JOHN GREY 33

ELIZABETH WYDVILLE 33

THEOBALD PAKENHAM 34

SIR THOMAS BERKELEY 34

LIONEL, LORD WELLES 34

MARGARET BEAUCHAMP 34

SIR EDWARD de GREY 34

ELIZABETH de FERRARS 35

THOMAS PAKENHAM 35

SIR LAWRENCE BERKELEY 35

EUDO de WELLES 35

SIR JOHN BEAUCHAMP 35

SIR HENRY FERRARS 35

ELIZABETH MOWBRAY 35

SIR WILLIAM PAKENHAM 35

JOHN BERKELEY 36

JOHN BARON de WELLES 36

SIR ROGER BEAUCHAMP 36

WILLIAM, BARON FERRARS 36

SIR EDMUND PAKENHAM 36

ROHESIA DE VALOINES 36

SIR THOMAS BERKELEY 36

SIR JOHN de WELLES, BARON WELLES 36

ROGER BEAUCHAMP 37

HENRY, LORD FERRARS 37

WILLIAM de PAKENHAM 37

ROBERT DE VALOINES 37

THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY 37

SIR ADAM de WELLES, LORD WELLES 37

ROGER BEAUCHAMP 37

SIBILL PATSHULL 38

WILLIAM LORD FERRARS 38

ROBERT DE VALOINES 38

MAURICE, LORD BERKELEY 38

LORA 38

SIR ADAM de WELLES 38

JOANE D'ENGAIN 38

MR BEAUCHAMP 38

SIR WILLIAM PATSHULL 39

HENRY, LORD FERRARS 39

ISABEL DE VERDUN 39

JOHN DE VALOINES 39

ISABELLA CREKE 39

THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY 39

RICHARD PLANTEGENET 39

SIR ROBERT de WELLES 39

JOHN D'ENGAINE 40

WALTER BEAUCHAMP 40

SIMON DE PATSHULL 40

THEOBALD DE VERDUN 40

ELIZABETH de CLARE 40

ROGER DE VALOINES 40

ROBERT de CREKE 40

THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY 41

WILLIAM de WELLES 41

WILLIAM, BARON BEAUCHAMP 41

ISABEL MAUDUIT 41

THEOBALD DE VERDUN 41

GILBERT de CLARE 41

PETER DE VALOINES 42

MAURICE de BERKELEY 42

Sir ROBERT de WELLE 42

WALTER BEAUCHAMP 42

WILLIAM MAUDUIT 42

ALICE de NEWBURGH 43

RICHARD de CLARE 43

KING EDWARD 1st 43

ROBERT FITZHARDING 43

Sir WILLIAM de WELLE 43

WALTER BEAUCHAMP 44

ROBERT MAUDUIT 44

WATERAN de NEWBURGH 44

GILBERT  de CLARE 44

HARDING 44

GODIVA 44

WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP 45

WILLIAM MAUDUIT 45

ROGER de NEWBURGH 45

GUNDRED WARREN 45

WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP 45

WILLIAM MAUDUIT 45

HENRY de NEWBURGH 45

WILLIAM, EARL of WARREN & SURREY 45

WALTER BEAUCHAMP 46

ROGER de BELLMONT 46

WILLIAM, EARL of WARREN & SURREY 46

WATERAN, EARL of MELLENT 46

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR 46

ROBERT II, DUKE of NORMANDY 47

PAKENHAM-UPTON-ORMSBY FAMILY 48

8      th Generation - PAKENHAM-UPTON-ORMSBY FAMILY.. 48

Rt Hon EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM, 48

CATHERINE ROWLEY 48

9      th Generation. 48

HERCULES LANGFORD ROWLEY 49

ELIZABETH ORMSBY UPTON 49

10        th Generation. 51

HERCULES ROWLEY 51

FRANCES UPTON 51

CLOTWORTHY UPTON 51

JANE ORMSBY 52

11        th Generation. 52

Sir JOHN ROWLEY 52

MARY LANGFORD 52

ARTHUR UPTON 52

JOHN ORMSBY 52

ELIZABETH KINGSTON 52

12        th Generation. 53

Sir HERCULES LANGFORD 53

MARY UPTON 53

ARTHUR ORMSBY 53

RICHARD KINGSTON 54

13        th Generation. 54

Capt ARTHUR LANGFORD 54

HENRY UPTON 55

MARY CLOTWORTHY 55

ARTHUR ORMSBY 55

ELIZABETH BRIDGES 55

14        th Generation. 56

ARTHUR UPTON 56

GERTRUDE FORTESCUE 56

Sir HUGH CLOTWORTHY 56

MARY LANGFORD 56

EDWARD ORMSBY (Esquire) 57

SARAH BRIDGES 57

JOHN BRIDGES 57

15        th Generation. 57

HUGH FORTESCUE 58

THOMAS CLOTWORTHY 58

DOROTHY PARKER 58

EDMOND Ormesby Or ORMSBY 58

SUSANNA KELKE 58

16        th Generation. 59

THOMAS CLOTWORTHY 59

ABBOT RASHLEY 59

JOHN PARKER 60

ELIZABETH ELLICOTT 60

THOMAS Ormesby Or ORMSBY 60

Miss MALBY 60

Colonel KELKE 61

17        th Generation. 61

JOHN CLOTWORTHY 61

MARGARET CLEMENT 61

THOMAS PARKER 61

ELIZABETH FRYE 61

PHILLIP (Ormesby) ORMSBY 61

HENRY MALBY 62

18        th Generation. 62

WILLIAM (Ormesby) ORMSBY 62

KATHERINE ASFORDBY 62

19        th Generation. 62

JOHN (Ormesby) ORMSBY 62

MISS HERON 62

JOHN ASFORDBY 62

20        th Generation. 63

WILLIAM (Ormesby) ORMSBY 63

21        st Generation. 63

ROBERT (Ormesby) ORMSBY 63

22        nd Generation. 63

RICHARD (Ormesby) ORMSBY 63

23        rd Generation. 63

ROGER ORMESBY 63

24        th Generation. 64

JOHN ORMESBY – abt 1268 64

ANNE LAMWORTH 64

25        th Generation. 64

WILLIAM ORMESBY 64

ANNE MEERES 64

Sir NICHOLAS LAMWORTH 64

26        th Generation. 64

ANSKETILL De ORMESBY 65

AGNES LANGTON 65

27        th Generation. 65

RICHARD De ORMESBY 65

28        th Generation. 65

OSWALD De ORMESBY 65

ANASTATIA Mrs De Ormesby 65

29        th Generation. 65

OSWALD De ORMESBY 65

30        th Generation. 66

WILLIAM De ORMESBY 66

EMMA SMART 66

31        st Generation. 66

RICHARD De ORMESBY 66

Hercules Rowley Esq’re Plaintiff John Moore and Thomas Jackson Defendants 66

An Historical Account of the Macdonnells of Antrim 72

Change: 74

 

Introduction


    Betty Chadwick, Alice Maitland’s mother, grandmother, Elizabeth Stewart, descended from the Pakenham family of Northern Ireland: her grandmother was Elizabeth Pakenham, sister of Kitty, 1st Duchess of Wellington.

    Betty Chadwick in later years used to talk of her relations the Pakenhams: in reality only her Great-great grandmother was a Pakenham.

    This volume is a compilation of what were originally 3 separate files, 2 of the Pakenham descent, and one of Catherine Rowley’s ancestry. Much of the details herein comes from standard sources, especially the earlier generations, and lacks any detail.

    The 18th Century and later individuals contain much more detail found by myself, much of it in the PRONI over infrequent visits starting in the mid 1990’s.


Sources:


Dublin National Library, 5/2/1998
From Pakenham Papers, PRONI (5/11/96) ref D971/1/...
                            (19/11/97)
Langford Lodge ownership extracts show family tree.
Family tree of Pakenham from Irish Nat Library (PT).
Ancestral File some Pakenham and most Upton & Ormsby.

References:
DNB: Dictionary of National Biography
PT: Pakenham Tree in the PRONI;
    also Burkes landed gentry.
References in brackets are to LDS Ancestral File.
GPS: Gerald Pakenham Stewart History
Wendy Reid  provided Helen Pakenham & Hamilton info 1/2003.

The Hamilton-Strong family by David B Strong, 2000. The connection with Helen, daughter of Edward Michael Pakenham. This paper contains some general Pakenham stories.


Rt Hon EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM - 1743

2nd Baron Longford,
AC08/43  (PPDV-3H)

From Complete Peerage, by GEC & Pakenham Tree:
Born: 1/4/1743 Pakenham Hall, Westmeath. (1/1/1743, Dublin re AF)
Parents: Thomas Pakenham & Elizabeth Cuff.
RN Lt. 12/8/1761, Master & Commander, 29/5/1765,
Post Capt 31/5/1766. Knight of the Shire for Longford 11/1765
Privy Councillor 1/1777.
Died: 3/6/1792 @ Pakenham Hall  (other sources: 3/7/92)

Married 25/6/1768 (PT) (or 15/5 - PRONI) @ St Mary, Dublin:

CATHERINE ROWLEY

(18KN-1CJ)  AC08/44


Born: Abt 1750 Dublin, Ireland (ref AF) or 1748, of Summerhill, (PT).
Parents: Hercules Rowley & Elizabeth Upton (PRONI)
See Pakenham 3 for their ancestry.
Died: 12/3/1816

PRONI, D3319/9/14 13/1/99:
Copy will of Countess of Longford, held by her daughter, Elizabeth:

Pakenham Hall 1/1/1813

Being now thanks God in perfect Health of Mind and Body, I wish to dispose of £5000 left by L Kennedy(?) in my Power - leaving Dear Son E.M. Pakenham or any of my sons possessing L. Lodge Estate at my Death, residuary Legatee.  To my Dear Daughter Mrs H Stewart, To Mrs Henry Hamilton and to my Dear Grand-Daughter Kitty Hamilton of Brown Hall, to each I leave one thousand Pounds - to my Dear Daughter Wellington & my Dear Sons H.R. Pakenham and Harry I leave two hundred pounds each as a token of gratitude -  My Diamonds I imagine belong of Right to my Dearest Longford. Lest this may be a mistake with a truly grateful I leave them to him. To my excellent friend Mrs Gullif??? I leave two hundred pounds as mark of perfect esteem and affectionate regard - to Gilliand and to Kelly my own maid I leave each £50 - to John Kent if he is my servant at the time of my Death leave 30 gns - to Peggy Joy who has always lived with me L leave £20 .....

Also to my niece Bess Nugent I leave £200.

C Longford. Lady.

PRONI D3319/9/30:

Copy letter from EM Stewart describing the death of his grandmother, dated March 20 1816:

It has pleased God to grant my dear Grandmother an early release out of this life. She expired without pain on the night of Monday the 12th. She had been quite sensible of her approaching death and even anxious for a release for some days before. On Saturday she had prayers read to her by my uncle Henry in presence of my uncle Longford, uncle Hamilton, my mother and aunt Caroline, little Kitty and John Hamilton and Mrs Gullifer. Uncle Hercules was then at Langford Lodge and I was with my father a short distance from town. After prayers she spoke separately to almost all those I have mentioned. She told John Hamilton to do his duty and he would have peace at the last, for it required no cleverness to please God Almighty. My mother and aunt Caroline scarcely ever left her. She was put to bed and she expressed he hope that she should never rise from it. She was teased with a troublesome cough at the time. On Monday morning uncle Hercules arrived. When she had seen him she blessed all her children and said "may He make you happy in this life and above all hereafter." Her whole soul seemed occupied in devotion. I think that ever since the death of my uncle Edward she has been weaning herself from this world more particularly - She had uncle Henry to read to her in the Bible, When he came to the words "Thy word if truth" in the 17th of St John, she repeated the words after him and added "beautiful". She asked him to speak
Missing page??

My grandmother had said to me "go instantly she said, write it down while it is fresh in your memory".

And so I did. During all these things while every one around her was in tears quite unable to repress their emotion, she was calm and composed. Her serenity seemed almost to amount to a feeling of pleasure. When she saw W.S. on a handkerchief which my mother put into her hand Tell my dear William, she said, that this handkerchief of his was of use to me, it will gratify him to know it. I write down this little incident to show what attention to the feelings of others she professed to the very last, which she always had while living. She has both lived and died an example to us all. When her physician came on Monday, she said to him, I thought I should have been released before this, but I suppose I am not worthy of it. She became extremely weak and unable to speak for some time before she died. She ceased coughing entirely. It seemed as if God had determined that nothing should interrupt the peace of mind in her last moments. She sighed two or three times then looked up and smiled. That heavenly mile remained on her countenance even after death. I saw that countenance some hours after her Spirit had fled and indeed it was Heavenly. If ever I should doubt of the Holt Religion I profess, may I think of this - remember that this is the death of the righteous and believe.

Issue:
1/1: Elizabeth Pakenham (PRONI)                       AC07/22

The ancestor of our Chadwick family
Born 18/7/1769 (PT)
Died 10/8/1851, Dublin, Bur Mt Jerome (GPS).
IGI:
Elizabeth Pakenham M: Jan 1793 Rel: William Simpson
Tyrcollen, Donegal, Ireland (no parents listed)
Married: Henry Stewart, - see Stewart File
2/1. Rev. Edward Michael Stewart - See Stewart file.

Married: Jane Renwick,
Issue:
3/1. Elizabeth Stewart - See Stewart File.
   Married: Frederick Jasper Chadwick.

1/2. Mary Pakenham, born 17/1/1771, died 1789 (PT)
1/3: Catherine Sarah Dorothea Pakenham (PPDV-5T) (re PRONI & AF),

Born: Abt 1772, Dublin (re AF & IGI).
Born: 14/1/1773 (PT).
Married:
Sir Arthur Wellesley, (PPDV-00) (later Duke of Wellington)
Born: 29 Apr 1769 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Marriage settlement 8/7/1806, ref D971/1/D/4) (IGI marriage date: 10/4/06, Dublin). Sir AW son of Rev Hon Gerard Wellesley of London.

Catherine & Arthur Wellesley's marriage settlement gives details of a sum of £4000 in which EMP was involved as a Lt Col.

Issue of Arthur & Catherine Wellesley:
2/1. Arthur Wellesley (PPDV-2B) (AF)

Born:  3 Feb 1807 Harley Street, Marylebone, Middlesex, England
Married: Elizabeth, Duchess Of Wellington Hay (18KN-1DQ)
Born: Abt 1810 Harley Street, Marylebone, Middlesex, England

 

2/2. Charles Wellesley (Maj-Gen) (18KN-1G5) (AF)

Born: 16 Jan 1808 Chief Secretary's Lodge, Dublin, Ireland
Married: Augusta Sophia Anne Pierrepont (18KN-1JK)
Born: Abt 1810 Chief Secretary's Lodge, Dublin, Ireland

1/4. Frances Pakenham, born 1/1773, died 1/10/1774 (PT).
1/5. Thomas, 3rd Baron & 2nd Earl Longford, (PRONI)

Born: 14/5/1774., died 24/5/1838.
Succeeded to Barony on death of father 1792, & Earldom, 27/1/1794 on death of his grandmother (Elizabeth Cuffe). (PT)
Captain Tom Surveyor General of Ordinance 1795 (ref R Holmes on Wellington.)
Dublin Dir 1820: 10 Rutland Square E, and Park House.
Married, 23/1/1817: Lady Georgina Emma Charlotte Lygon (d 1835), 5th dau of William, 1st Earl Beauchamp.
Issue (7 sons & 3 dau) (ref Burkes):
2/1. Edward Michael Pakenham, 3rd Earl, major 2nd Life Guards,

born 30/10/1817, died unm 27/3/1860.

2/2. William Lygon Pakenham, 4th Earl. Born 1819,

married 1862, Selina, 3rd dau of George 3rd Lord Dynevol. Created Lord Silchester (1821). Ed Winchester. Abbreviated descent follows:
3/1. Thomas Pakenham, 5th Earl.(1864-1915),

married Julia Child-Villiers
4/1. Edward Arthur Henry Pakenham, 6th Earl (29/12/1902-abt 1971)

M. Christine Pattis Trew 1925

4/2. Francis Aungier Pakenham, 7th Earl (1905-2001)

Married Elizabeth Harman, novelist (died 2002).
5/1. Thomas Frank Dermot Pakenham, B 14/8/1933.

6/1. Eliza Pakenham b 3/11/1966,

married Alexander James Chislholm 1983,
7/1. Aiden Carus, 29/7/1996.

3/2. Edward Michael Pakenham, 1866-1937

1881 Census: age 15, scholar at Winchester College, b Dublin.

1/6. Helen Pakenham, 8/1775-1807 (PT).

Married James Hamilton, son of James Hamilton & Isabella (Stewart, dau of William & Eleanor (King) Stewart) (21/10/1771-1805).
Ref GPS, 1798.
IGI:
Helen Pakenham B: Abt 1781 Father: Pakenham of Brown Hall, Ballintra, Donegal, Ireland
Helen Pakenham M: 1799 Spouse: James Hamilton, Brown Hall, Donegal,
Hamilton-Strong papers written by David B Strong in 2000 expand on this part of the Pakenham family. This paper contains some more general Pakenham stories:-
The Pakenham family was closely related to the Hamilton Family:

"John Hamilton, son of James and Helen Hamilton, was born in Dublin on 25th August, 1800. His father died in 1805, his mother in 1807, and three orphan children-- John aged seven; Edward five; and Catherine three years,-- were placed under the guardianship of their uncles, Sir Edward Michael Pakenham and Rev. Abraham Hamilton.--Ed. (Rev. H.C. White) Sir Edward Pakenham was subsequently killed in the Battle of New Orleans in 1815, at the very end of the War of 1812. He was succeeded in the guardianship by another Pakenham, Sir Hercules Pakenham. [per Rev. H.C. White, "Sixty Years as an Irish Landlord", pps.1,10-19.] While it is not clear at this point, it would appear from the name similarity that the Edward Michael Pakenham discussed by Pat Conaghan in "Bygones" was probably a son of Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, and thus a cousin of John Hamilton.
2/1. John Hamilton (1800-83), M Mary Rose.

3/1. James Hamilton, b 3/6/1821?, d 1915.

Married: Dorothea Elizabeth Stewart, dau of William Stewart, MD, 2nd son of William Stewart of Horn Head, she died 1916.
4/1. William Stewart Hamilton, b. 8/1864,

Capt Royal Inniskillin Fusileers, Married 7/10/1911, Winifred Mary Percy, dau of Percy Weston, of East Sheen.
5/1. James Montgomery, b 1913.

3/1. Mary Hamilton (1825-77), M. Frederick Augustus Courbarron.

FAC from Jersey.
4/1. James Hamilton Augustus Courbarron (1863-1904)

M Mary Morrisey (lived Sydney).
5/1. Mildred Gertude Courbarron (1889-1963).

M. Patrick Hopkins
6/1. Allan Hamilton Augustus Hopkins

M. Dorothy Flyght
7/1. June M. Hopkins, M George Reynolds Reid

   8/1. Wendy Reid
      She provided Hamilton info 1/2003.

Mary Hamilton's family are also described on a web site:
http://www.arnoldstewart.com/Arnold - Hamilton.htm  (Jan 2004).
Contains some photos.

1/7. Harriet, born 9/1776, died 31/7/1777 (PT).
1/8. Sir Edward Michael Pakenham (Major-General) (PRONI)

Born: 19/3/1778. Died: 8/1/1815 @ Battle of New Orleans
Major by purchase aged 17 (ref Richard Holmes Book)
Army Lists from 1810 for E.M. Pakenham:
Lt Col 17/10/1799 of 64th Regt of Foot (PTree).
Lt Col of 7th regiment of Foot (Royal Fuzileers) from 5/5/1804.
Listed there til 1813.
Col 25/10/1809
Maj Gen 1/1/1812, listed as Local Rank, Spain & Portugal
1814: Col of 6th West Indian Regt of Foot 21/5/1813
also K.B. and medal with clasp
1815: ditto but knighted G.C.B. & cross.
1816: shown killed New Orleans with 6th Regt of Foot.
Mentioned as Adjutant General to Wellington 1811 in "Sharpe" novel.
Inherited Langford Lodge.
Refer to HP0012.txt P3, for relationship with Capt. John Armstrong
AF has a daughter:
2/1. Susannah Pakenham, b abt 1801 Perth, Ont.

M. Dan Ramsay
3/1. Elizabeth Ramsay, b 1822 Quebec, d. 1894 Cushing, Quebec.

Sir Edward Pakenham (1778 - 1815)

 

DNB:
    Entered Army 1794; commanded the 64th (1803) at the capture of St Lucia, where he was wounded; brevet colonel, 1805; joined Wellington in the Peninsula after Talavera; led the decisive movement of the third division at Salamanca, 1812, his conduct earning him a remarkable eulogy from Wellington; commanded the north division at Sauroren, 1813; killed while directing an assault on New Orleans.
   The Battle of New Orleans Dec 1814/Jan 1815, was a disastrous attempt by the British to take New Orleans with a sea-born force led by General Pakenham. He was killed in the last assault on 8 January 1815. The British suffers almost 2000 casualties, the Americans 13.

Ref Richard Holmes on Wellington:
Led 3rd Division at Battle of Salamanca in first charge. Wounded at Battle of Badajoz.

    Pakenham's sister, Catherine, had married the Duke of Wellington and 'Ned' was one of the young men with ability that Wellington had picked for his staff. He was a very able commander having commanded a battalion of Fusiliers at the tender age of 19.
Took over the fighting Third division from Picton who was too ill for Salamanca in 1812 and it was his division that broke the French centre. He commanded the third division until the capture of Madrid. In 1813 he was given command of the 6th Division at the Battle of the Pyrenees.
He commanded the ill-fated American Expedition in 1814 and died at the battle of New Orleans.
Ned Pakenham should not be confused with his brother, Sir Hercules Robert Pakenham who was AG to Picton at Badajoz.

The 93rd Highlanders.

    The 93rd, set sail for New Orleans, September 18, 1814, their total strength was 964. They embarked on three ships H.M.S. Alceste, Bedford and Belle Poule from Plymouth, to take part in the British government's latest folly: an attempt to capture New Orleans. They landed in Barbados on November 4, remaining there until the 12th, sailing then to Jamaica. Many of the soldier's wives and children traveled with them who acted as laundresses.
    The entire British Force came together at Jamaica and the combined fleet of 50 ships sailed from there on November 26. They arrived off Ship Island on December 8. Ship Island is a narrow sand island 12 miles off the coast of the State of Mississippi.
    The troops embarked from Ship Island on December 22, in small boats. The men were in the boats from 140 hours to 190 hours before reaching land. The distance from Ship Island to the spot where they landed is about 75 miles. A winter front passed while they were crossing the water, they encountered rain, sleet, frost and a strong north wind. It would have been very choppy and extremely cold. In fact some of the troops who came directly from the West Indies, did not have warm uniforms and many died of exposure.
    The aerial photograph shows the swampy area off the nose of the plane, where the 93rd landed. They moved along the canal on the Villere plantation. The plantations used the canals to drain the swampy fields. The canals ran from the Mississippi River levee across the flat ground. The planters mostly raised sugar cane and the cane would have been cut in November, so the furrowed fields had a stubble of cane stalks and would have been very muddy.
    The British came through a maze of swampy water ways to get below New Orleans without being detected. From the air  it doesn't look like much but it was quite a feat to navigate in long boats and barges across the open water from Ship Island where the British fleet anchored; then to push through the bayous and canals until they came to somewhat solid land. The elevation here is about 3 meters above sea level to 5 meters below sea level. With the freezing temperatures, rain, fog, mud and more mud the British Army had there hands full just fighting mother nature.
    For this expedition and the only time in their history, the 93rd were deprived of their kilts and feathered bonnets and sent into action in tartan trews  and a particularly unbecoming form of cocked Kilmarnock bonnet. But they were well led, and their morale was by now indestructible.
    The 93rd landed on the evening of the 23rd December, having spent, like the rest of the brigade, six days and nights packed in open boats, with inadequate rations. The boats returning to Ship Island for supplies, cannons etc. It was necessary to deepen and widen the canal so the boats could move further inland  with the heavy cannons they brought off the ships. 
    The distance from the swamp to the river is about 1 mile. 
    They moved up through the swamp to be involved piecemeal in a chaotic dog fight which lasted all night. The advance guard had been surprised by a night attack by 1,200 hastily assembled militiamen; by dawn superior discipline and training prevailed, and the Americans withdrew, leaving behind 74 prisoners; and there the brigade stayed, nine miles from New Orleans, while the whole army of 6,600 men, came up into position on the north bank of the Mississippi, where it was continuously galled by gunfire from two armed schooners out in the river. The Commander-in-Chief Edward Pakenham came up on Christmas Day and took decisive action, destroying one schooner with red-hot shot and chasing the other up mid stream.
   General Andrew Jackson made his stand behind a canal some five miles forward of New Orleans. His right flank rested on the river; his left on a swamp. Across his mile long front he built out of cotton bales and sugar casks filled with earth, a parapet twenty feet deep with a short glacis sloping down to the canal bank; and on it he mounted four well protected heavy guns. Along the parapet, invisible and almost invulnerable, he had about 3,500 men. Pakenham's general advance on 28 December was brought to a halt some 750 yards in front of this position; and there, under bombardment, rain and sleet lay the troops.
   Another futile advance on 1 January, after a three day bombardment of the American cotton bales, ended the same way, and cost the 93rd 1 Officer and 9 men killed, and 10 men wounded. Undeterred, Pakenham ordered a third, and this time disastrous, assault on 8 January. So there they stood, rock-like, in close order, being slowly destroyed by the concentrated fire of the whole American line, until Lambert, the surviving General, after a careful survey, at last withdrew them. They came back with parade-ground precision, leaving three-quarters of their total strength killed or wounded, and having laid the foundations of an immortal legend: a reputation for disciplined and indomitable courage which was to last as long as the regiment. The British had nearly 2,000 casualties that day, of whom 557 were from the 93rd. The Americans behind their parapet had 6 killed and 7 wounded.
   "Alexander Morrison died in battle 8 January 1815."  
   The pay/muster records from September 25 to December 26, 1814 show that Alexander was paid or due £3, 7s. 8d. There is an entry indicating he was paid for having 14+ years service, but no enlistment date.  The records then show Alexander from December 26 until January 8, 1815.
    (Many thanks to Lawrence Packard of Louisiana for his assistance with the information and photograph's included in this page.)

D3319/7/-- Stewart Letters.
/9
Tunbridge Wells,
Dec 26th
My Dear Harry, I am truly obliged to you for your kind letter, and Edward’s enclosure shall be forwarded on Tuesday
The 31st Regt having been in Sir Rowland Hill’s Corps, I never happened to meet Capt Knox, His slow progress has doubtless been caused by the 1st Battalion of his Regt stationed in Sicily not being exposed to casualty or fatigue their promotion must necessarily be proportionate; had I not gone from the Rifles to a Black Regt for my majority, at the two years more standing I should still remain a Captain.
The unexpected length of my confinement has taught me not to count my chickens too soon, but from all appearances, I may reasonably indulge the hope of seeing Bes and ?? and my other friends in Ireland in the Spring, my present weakness is occasioned by a large splinter of my hip bone which has not been hitherto quite thrown off, once it is detached, its situation is such that there can be no great difficulty in removing it.
Kitty is extremely well a convincing proof of her thought is the firmness with which she bears against the anxiety of the present moment, we heard five days ago of the late battles, and have been ever since in momentary expectation of the particulars, however Bonepart not having alluded to that quarter in his speech, almost satisfies that circumstances are most favourable. I trust quiet times are returning, how strange we shall all feel without the stimulus of these dreadful games to interest us. Remember me to your boys, Yours truly, Edw Pakenham

/8:
Burlington Street
May 24th
My dear Harry,
Before I left Ireland I executed my will, the conversation we ahd at Pakenham hall fully showing me the importance of so doing. From the late recurrence? F John Hamilton’s attack, I think it would be decidedly imprudent to remive him to England, during summer when such relapse is ?? to be apprehended than at these times, but this I do not think should be deemed sufficient reason to keep Edwd if it suited Mrs Hamilton’s conscience....

/6:
Head Quarters, St Jean de Luz, Jan 9
My dear Harry,
I have this day received your letter of the 18th expressing a desire that I should Inquire after Captain Edward Knox of the 31st regt, and giving good reasons for feeling interested for his ?? I ?? into your sentiments towards Capt Knox. I found he was present in the last ? return fo the 25th Decr and I shall find no difficulty in gathering all the information ??

I can understand my friend that my inclinations in immediately assisting one to whom you bear an attachment is much cramped by the duties of my public imployment, to which I am ?? to do justice both for the sake of the service and the man who selected me to do justice to his command, but in entering into this short explanation for our mutual understanding, I told you that I quite receive ?? mention of Knox, with that qualification of reason which I know you would wish to accompany any of your inclinations.
The Army has been in movement in these same days and the operation clased with our Turning The Enemy over the Aram River, in tolerable quick style, ? the fellows have ?? placed themselves to obstruct our communications with the interior, from whence we had begun to draw supplies, from the increased confidence of the people. I give up the idea of the french people resisting the arbitrary ?? of Napoleon, they have no passion??, they must have had liberty even under their republican government, and they seem to dread change more than in?? I should hope however that if we negotiate with arms in our hands and now and then refer to them ?? of supporting our just pretensions to favourable terms, in Peace may be brought about which may afford us leisure to attend to our ??
Remainder too difficult to read



The Ancestral File has the following, but this line appears nowhere else:

1/1. Edward Michael Pakenham [Sir] (23R9-029)   

Born: 19 Mar 1778 , Westmeath, Ire
2/1. Susannah Pakenham (23R8-65S) Born: <1801> Perth, Ontario,

sp-Dan Ramsey (23R8-64L) Born: 1800, Canada
3/1. Elizabeth Ramsey (23R8-3M6) Born: 1823 , Quebec, Canada

sp-John Josiah Cass (23R8-3L0) Born: 1823 Chatham, Quebec,
4/1. Almira Cass (23R8-3ND)    Born: 13 Apr 1846 , Quebec,
4/2. Daniel Ramsey Cass (23R8-254) B: 27 Feb 1848 Chatham,

sp-Miriam Fuller (23R8-26B)
Born:  1 Feb 1857 Chatham, Lachute, Que, Can
5/1. Abigail Florence Cass (23R8-114)

Born: 10 Sep 1872 Lachute, Argentuel, Quebec, Can
sp-George William Sweet (23R8-10W)
Born: 26 Nov 1871 Harford, Cortland, Newyork

5/2. Electa Elizabeth Cass (23R8-27J)

Born:  8 Mar 1877 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Frank Louis Behl (23R8-V6G)
Born: 12 Jan 1876 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
6/1. Vernon Behl
6/2. Glenn Behl
6/3. William Auburn Behl

7/1. Gretchen E. Behl (who contributed 6/1 - 6/3.)

5/3. John Albert Cass (23R8-28Q)

Born:  7 Sep 1878 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD

5/4. Johiel Josiah Cass (23R8-29X)

Born: 13 Feb 1880 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Erma J. Fusselman (23R8-Z8D)
Born: 17 Feb 1879 Leigh, Colfax, Nebraska

5/5. Loren Ramsey Cass (23R8-2B5)

Born: 17 Dec 1881 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Zella Myrtle Wood (23R8-Z9L)    Born: <1892> , Sd

5/6. Theresa Jane Cass (23R8-2CC)

Born:  3 Dec 1883 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Henry Brown (23R8-ZBS)
Born:  6 Jul 1875 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD

5/7. Dewitt Clinton Cass (23R8-2DK)

Born: 14 Jun 1885 Scotland, Bonhomme, So. Dakota
sp-Mary Elizabeth Homan (23R8-ZD7)
Born: 26 Nov 1891 Aaronsburg, PA

5/8. Lilly Mae Cass (23R8-2FR)

Born:  1 May 1886 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-William Arthur (Bud) Brown (23R8-ZC1)
Born:  4 Jul 1882 Sioux Falls, IA

5/9. Gordon Fuller Cass (23R8-2G0)

Born: 11 Mar 1890 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Jennie (Jane) Johnson (23R8-ZFF)
Born: 1899 So. Dakota

5/10. Daniel (June) Cass (23R8-2H6)

Born: 25 Jun 1894 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD

5/11. Mary Ella Cass (23R8-2JD)

Born:  5 Dec 1898 Scotland, Bonhomme, SD
sp-Frank Porteus (23R9-0N1)
Born: 1894 Scotland, Bonhomme, Sd.

4/3. Mary Ellen Cass (23R8-3PL) Born:  7 Sep 1851 , Quebec,
4/4. Amelia (Minnie) Cass (23R8-3QS)   

Born: 17 Jan 1854, Canada

4/5. Johiel Cass (23R8-3R1) Born: 22 Feb 1857, Quebec.
4/6. John Albert Cass (23R8-3S7) Born: 1860, Quebec, Canada
4/7. Johiel (2) Cass (23R8-3TF)  Born: 1865, Quebec, Canada
4/8. Susan Cass (23R8-3VM)  Born: 1865/1870, Quebec, Canada

1/9: Sir Hercules Rowley (or Pakenham (re PRONI)

(Hercules Robert on PTree & DNB)
Born: 29/9/1781
Died: 7/3/1850 (IGI 1849)
DNB:
Lieutenant General, entered army 1803; served throughout the Peninsular War, and was described as "one of the best officers or riflemen I have seen"; major general 1837, KCB 1838; lieutenant general 1846.
Ref Richard Holmes, slightly wounded @ Brilos, nr Obidas in Peninsular War, 15/8/1808. Served with Wellington in 95th Rifles. 
PT & Gartree Church monuments:

Married: 25/12/1817 Hon Emily Stapleton, 4th dau of Thomas, 22nd Lord Le Despencer (mem born 9/12/1798, died 26/1/1875).

Memorial:
Lt Gen Sir Hercules Rowley Pakenham KCB, Col of 43 Light Infantry,
Deputy Lt of Co Antrim and for 8 years Lt Gov of Portsmouth, commanding the SW district of England. He was 3rd son of 2nd Lord Longford and grandson of the Countess of Longford who survived her son.  Born 1781, he entered the Army 1803, in which he served with highest distinction, having been engaged at the siege & capture of Copenhagen 1807, also in the peninsular campaigns of 1809, 10, 11 & 12, including the Battles of Elkadeir, Roleia Viniera, Ponchal, Foz d'Aronca, Salincal, Busaco, & Fuentes d'Onor and siege & storm of Cuidad Rodrico, 2 sieges & storm of Badajoz, at the asault of which he was severely wounded. He received the Gold Medal for Busaco, Foz d'Aronca, Cuidad Rodrico & Badajoz and Silver Medal for Roleira Viniera and 2 clasps.  (names may not be correctly spelt by A3M!)
He married Hon Emily Stapleton, dau of Lord Le Despencer, by whom he left 6 sons and 3 daughters.
Inherited Langford Lodge from brother Edward.

He died suddenly at Langford Lodge 8 March 1850.

Refer to HP0012.txt P8, for relationship with Capt. John Armstrong

Issue of Sir HRP & Emily Stapleton (PRONI):
2/1. Edward William Pakenham, eldest son,

Born 9/1819, died at Inkerman, Crimea, 5/11/1854.

2/2. Rev. Arthur Hercules Pakenham,

29 Jul 2006 "Alex Watson"
Rev. Arthur H Pakenham was my families landlord in the Griffith's valuation for the Parish of Templepatrick in the townlands of Kilgreel and Ballynabarnish.

2/3. Thomas Henry Pakenham, esq, CB, Lt.Gen.,

Col East Lancashire Regt, formerly MP for Antrim, JP, DL.
Born 26/6/1826, died 20/2/1913.  (monument & gravestone)
Married, 1862: Emily (Elizabeth - Burkes) Staples (born 7/3/1836, died:6/2/1919). Eldest dau of William Clarke of New York.
Issue:
3/1. Hercules Arthur Pakenham, Esq, CMG, b. 1863,

ref Burkes:-
Senator N Ireland Parliament, Col Commandant 16th Middlesex Vol  Rifle Corps (London Irish), Capt (ret) Gren. Gds. Sometime ADC to the Gov. Gen. of India, and Major 4th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, served Sudan 1885, and Great War (despatches, CMG), JP, DL and High Sherriff co Antrim 1907.
Seat: Langford Lodge, Clubs: Carlton & Army & Navy.
Married, 15/11/1895 (PRONI): Lilian Blanche Georgiana Ashley (dau of Rt Hon Evelyn Ashley. P.C.)
Issue:
4/1. Col Hercules Dermot Wilfred Pakenham.

Lt. Gren. Gds.
Memorial: born 29/7/1901, died, Dunkirk, 2/6/1940.
Married, 1927: Helen Margaret Hebeler (dau of Capt RS Hebeler, Queens Royal Regt.) (Burkes)
Issue:
5/1. Michael Pakenham.

4/2. Joan Esther Sybella Pakenham, (Burkes)

Married 1926 Angus Campbell, late 9th Lancers.

4/3. Beatrix Helen Constance Pakenham.     (Burkes).

2/4. Edward (Edmund on mem) Powerscourt Pakenham 6th son,

Born 24/12/1832, died India 25/9/1861.

2/5. Robert Maxwell Pakenham, 4th son,

born 4/1834, died Lucknow, 26/2/1857.

2/6. Charles Wellesley Pakenham

Memorial: Lt Col, Grenadier Guards, youngest son,
Born 21/6/1840, died 15/10/1873 in "Hydaspis", Red Sea.

2/7. Emily Pakenham

Married: Sir Edward Samuel Hayes settlement 7/1837

2/8. Elizabeth Catherine Pakenham,

married Thomas Thistlethwaite, 2nd dau, died 22/1/1885. (re memorial).

1/10. William Pakenham.  (PT)

Born: 20/9/1782
Died: Drowned in Saldanha Frigate, of which he was Captain lost in Loch Swilly Bay in 1812.
Married: Annie Coleman,
(this marriage is doubtful according to family sources)
Issue:
2/1. Anne Pakenham, married Major Thomas Channon,

Marriage certificate from Gibraltar but the name for Anne Packenham is actually Anne Peake
Many descend, inter alia:
3/1. James Robert Channon, m Mary Woolcote

Built a house in Hornsby north of Sydney naming it Packenham.
4/1. James Channon, m. Sarah Newbery (b abt 1847)

5/1. Alice Emmaline Channon, m. Henry S. Rishworth.

      3/1. Thomas Channon, M. Frances Hamilton Baker

         4/1. Ellen Elizabeth Channon, M. Mr Dhu

            5/1. Affield Elizabeth Hamilton Dhu, M. Mr Coleman.

               6/1. William Coleman (author of this branch)

1/11: Henry Pakenham (PRONI - assumed from M/settlement)

Born: 8/1787 (PT) Became "the Very Reverend"
Marriage settlement of The Hon & Rev Henry P & Eliza Catherine Sandford, dau of the late Rev Wm Sandford of Castlerea, Roscommon & Jane Sandford. 14/1/1822 (D971/1/D/2/27).
(also found m/settlement of William Robert Wills and Mary Grey Sandford 10/10/1816, probably the sister of Eliza Catherine - D971/1/D/2/16)
http://www.landedestates.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/estate-show.jsp?id=1434 (7/2009)
The Honourable and Reverend Henry Pakenham was the fifth son of Edward Michael Pakenham 2nd Baron Longford. He married in 1822 Eliza Catherine Sandford, sister and co heiress of Henry Sandford 2nd Lord Mountsandford. At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Pakenham estate in county Roscommon was in the parishes of Dysart and Fuerty, barony of Athlone, Kilbride and Roscommon, barony of Ballintober South and Ballintober, Baslick and Kilcorkey, barony of Castlereagh. It amounted to over 3,000 acres.

Houses
2/1. William Sandford Pakenham, (1826-1886),

m. 1857 Henrietta Constantia Frances Verner (d 1923). (Debretts)

IGI:
Robert Sandford Pakenham B: 1 May 1866
Father: William Sandford Pakenham, Grand Canal Street-0764, Dublin
Mother: Constance Verner
Eliza's sister, Mary Gray Sandford, produced the line of Wills-Sandford, her GGG Grandson, Thomas George Wills-Sandford, produced descendancy tree.

2/2. Henry Sandford Pakenham,

m. Grace Catherine Mahon, 11/3/1847.
Dean of St Patrick's Dublin, 1845-64. More from Janet Adams
Connects via Grace Mahon's grandfather's sister, Theodosia's descendants with the Ogilby & McCausland families, who were known to Antony Maitland in 2003 (Marcus McCausland & Francesca Farzer Darling).

1/12: Caroline Penelope Pakenham

(PRONI - assumed from M/settlement)
Born: abt 1788, of Longford re IGI
Married: Henry Hamilton, settlement 17/6/1809, ref PRONI D971/1/D/2/7)

 

Also found in PRONI:
Married: William Verner and Miss Mary Frances Hester Pakenham, dau of Edward William Pakenham

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THOMAS PAKENHAM - 1713

AC09/85


From Complete Peerage & PT:
Born: 5/1713, Pakenham Hall,
Created Baron Longford of Longford 27/4/1756
Died: 30/4/1766, other sources say 1776, bur at Killuccan.
Parents: Edward & Margaret Pakenham
Married 3/1740:

ELIZABETH CUFFE

AC09/86

 

Parents: Michael Cuff & Frances Sandford, heir of father.
Irish wills 705: Michael Cuff(e) Dublin 23/8/1741 narrate 7/8/1744. mentions his wife, dau Elizabeth Pakenham, husband Thomas Pakenham esq, cousin James Cuff of Elm Hall Mayo, his heir? Land in Longford & Dublin (Aungier St & York St).
Died: 27/1/1794 (PT).
Created Countess Longford 1785, after husband's death, with remainder to male issue.

Issue:
1/1. Edward Michael Pakenham                     AC08/43

All the following from Pakenham Tree:

1/2. Elizabeth Pakenham Born 1/1742 (PT)

- referred to as Kitty Pakenham's maiden aunt.

1/3. Frances Pakenham, born 1744, died 27/7/1772

Married 6/1766, John Ormsby Vandeleur of Madanstown, Kildare, died 20/6/1777. 2 sons.

1/4. Helen Pakenham, born 1745, died 10/5/1777.

Married 24/6/1768, William Sherlock of Sherlockstown, Kildare, died 28/3/1788. 4 sons, 1 daughter.

IGI:  Hellena Packenham C: 7 Feb 1745
Saint Peter And Saint Kevin, Dublin,
Father: Thos. Packenham Mother: Eliz.
Helena Pakenham B: Abt 1747 of Longford, Ireland
Father: Thomas Pakenham, Mother: Elisabeth Cuff.

1/5. Robert Pakenham, born 11/1748, died Gibralter 7/7/1775.

Elected Knight of the shire for the county of Longford 7/1768. Capt in the 33rd Regt 1774.

1/6. Mary Pakenham, born 1749, died 19/5/1775.

Married 1770, Thomas Fortescue of Adamstown, co Meath. 2 daughters.

1/7. William Pakenham, born 1756, died 1769.
1/8. Thomas Pakenham, born 29/9/1757. Became Admiral in Navy.

DNB:
1757-1836; entered Navy 1771; honourably acquitted by court martial for the loss of his ship, 1781; his conduct in the battle of 1 June 1794 spoken of as particularly brilliant; admiral 1810, GCB 1820.
PT:
Married Louise, dau of John Staples of Lissane.
Issue:
2/1. Edward Michael Pakenham, born 23/8/1786.
2/2. Thomas Pakenham, born 12/10/1787.
2/3. William Pakenham, born 1789.
2/4. ANO on PT, 2 alternatives:
1. Louisa Pakenham, listed in PT as "ANO" born 18/10/1790.
Probable name from Mike Newman (15/9/2001), who says she married Colonel Morris, and had son Joseph whose daughter, Elizabeth Jane, was his paternal great-grandmother.
2. John Pakenham, b. 18/10/1790, from Ian Anderson

24/8/2003. From Ian Anderson:
   I am not related to the Pakenhams, however I am a medal collector and I have a Naval General Service medal 1793 clasp St Sebastian to John Pakenham, Lieutenant.  O'Byrne's Naval Biography, page 851, deals with this man.  It was compiled between 1845 and 1850 on a Who's Who system of the British Navy and while there are some strange things in it from time to time, it is reasonably accurate.  If you can't get a copy of this, I can probably arrange to send you the information.  However, it states amongst other things that John Pakenham was born 18 October 1790, is the fourth son of the last Admiral Hon. Sir Thomas Pakenham, GCB (second son of the first Lord Longford), by Louisa, daughter of the Right Hon. John Staples and brother (with Lieut. Henry Pakenham, Royal Navy (1827) who died in April 1839) of the present Edward Michael Conolly, Esq, DCL, Captain R.A. and M.P. Donegal.
    Captain Pakenham is first cousin of Major General Hon. Sir Edward Michael Pakenham, GCB who fell at New Orleans 8 January 1815;  of Lieut. Gen. Hon. Sir Hercules Robert Pakenham, KCB, a distinguished Peninsula officer;  of Captain Hon. William Pakenham, RN who was lost in the Saldanha frigate in 1811;  and of the last Duchess of Wellington.  This officer entered the Navy 22 April 1801.  He accepted retirement 1 October 1846.  He married 3 November 1817 Caroline Emily, third daughter of the late Rear Admiral Sir Home Riggs Popham, KCB, by whom he had issue a son and three daughters. There is also another Pakenham, called Thomas Alexander, born 3 March 1820, he is the third son of the late Earl of Longford, by Georgiana Emma Charlotte, daughter of William, first Earl of Beauchamp.  His eldest brother, the present Earl of Longford, is an officer in the Second Life Guards and three other brothers are also in the Army.
    What I am trying to establish is the date of his death.  Like all medal researchers, I tend to play around with these things from time to time and no doubt by spending a lot of money I can get the information quickly, but I have 23 NGS MGS medals, Waterloo etc. and they all interest me from a research point of view and I plod away at getting the information.  I have, from the Public Record Office, a photocopy of John Pakenham's Memorandum of Services to 1815, written in his own hand and signed.
    If any of this information is of interest to you, please feel free to use it.  If you have or come across any information in regard to him, I would be pleased if you would pass it on to me.

2/5. Sir Richard Pakenham, 1797-1868.

ref DNB (after date of PT!).
of Trinity College, Dublin; minister plenipotentiary to Mexico  (1835-43); the United States (1843-7), and at Lisbon (1851-5).

"John O' Grady" 22/1/2004:

No.  70178
                                    Book No. 101      Page No. 126
Biggs Pigott
to
Packenham

A MEML
of Indented Deeds of Lease and Release bearg date the Twenty Sixth & Twenty Seventh days of Octr One Thousd seven hundd & Forty & made Between John Biggs Pigot of Brockley in the Co of Somerset & Kingdom of Great Britain Esqr of the one pt & Thos Packenham of Packenham Hall in the Co of Westmeath & Kingdom of Ireland Esqr of the other pt Whereby the sd John Biggs Pigot for & in Considn of the sum of one Thousd seven hundd & Twenty Eight pds Ster Irish Currency & Lawfull Money of Great Britain to him in hand pd at & before the Ensealing & Delivery thereof by the sd Thos Packenham the receipt whereof the sd John Biggs Pigot Doth thereby acknowledge & thereof & of every pt thereof doth Acquit release & Discharge the sd Thos Packenham his heirs Exrs Admrs & Assigns for Ever by these Prests Did for him & his Heirs Grant Bargain sell alien remise Release & for Ever Quit Claim & Confirm unto the sd Thos Packenham his heirs & asss All yt & those the Lands & Town of Killure contg one Hundd & Sixty six acres Two Roods & three perches Plantn measure be the same more or less the Upper Lispole Contg Fifty Two acres of Like Measure be the same more or less & the Lower Lispole Contg Fifty acres of Like Measure be the same more or less Scituate lying and being in the Bary of Demyfore & Co of WMeath aforesd wth all & singr their & every of the Rights Members & appres thereunto belongg or in any wise appertg Togr wth all & singlr the Messuages Houses Tofts Mills Buildgs Lands Tenemts Meadows Pastures Heaths Turbarys Moores Marshes Boggs Waters Watercourses Fishings Quarrys Woods Underwds appendces & appres whatsoever to the sd recited Lands & Premes & every & any part of ym belongg or in any wise appertg & ye revn & revns remr & remrs Yearly & other Rents Issues & Profits of all & singr the Premes & all ye Estate Rt Title Int possion property Profit Claim Challenge & Demd wtsoever both in Law & Equity of him the sd John Biggs Pagott & his Heirs of in & to the same & every pt & pcell thereof To have & to hold all & singr the sd Lands & Premes to him the sd Thos Packenham & his Heirs to the use of him the sd Thos Packenham his heirs & ass for Ever & to & for ye sevl uses Intents & Purposes in the sd Deeds of Lease & Release mentd & Contd Which sd Deeds are Witnessed by George Edwd Packenham of the City of London Mercht & John Smith of the City of Dublin Gent And this Meml is witnessed by the sd Geoe Edwd Packenham & the sd John Smith
The signature and seal of          John Biggs Pigott
Signed Sealed and Delivd in Presce of
Geo Edwd Pakenham
John Smith Sworn by John Smith
Sworn before me on the 26th day of Novr 1740 at or near the hour of Twelve a Clock in the Forenoon    
Will Parry Dep Regr

Note.
This Deed seems to relate to the lands of Colure and Lispole, also noted in Deed No. 5343

2/6. Robert Pakenham, Rev DD (4 sons). (line from Debretts).

3/1. Robert Edward Pakenham (1831-69).

Married 1856 Mary Elizabeth Goodall (dau of Isaac). Navy Captain.
Issue, inter alia:
4/1. Gertrude Louisa Pakenham, b 1869, M Daniel Gunn 1888

They had several children in the Gippsland area of Australia. 5/1. Archibald Gunn

Was a WWI Anzac veteran and settled on King Island as a diary Farmer.
6/1. Daniel Gunn

7/1. Mark Gunn, a deep water seaman, info via Ancestry.

3/2. Charles Pakenham, Major, 1844-1918,

M. Emily Blanche Harrison. D. 1899
4/1. George de la Poer Beresford Pakenham, b 1875.

M. Emilie Elsie Fowler.

4/2. Hewitt John Havelock Pakenham, b. 1880.
4/1. Robert Edward Michael Pakenham, Capt, 1874-1915

M. 1900 Anna Fowler, dau of William Fowler. Her sister, Emilie M. George de la Poer Beresford Pakenham.
5/1. Ivo Robert Raymond Lygon Pakenham, b. 1903
5/2. Emilie Estelle Rosemary Pakenham, b. 1907

M. 1932, Kenneth Evelyn Parker, Sqdr Ldr, corrections from Alix Ramage-Hayes, ancestry.com.

2/7. George Dent Pakenham, Capt

3/1. Gustavus Conolly Pakenham, 1856-1924

4/1. Compton Thomas Pakenham - 1893


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EDWARD PAKENHAM

AC10/169


IGI:
Edward Pakenham B: Abt 1703 Father: Thomas Pakenham, Westmeath, Ireland
Died: 1720, bur Killucan. (PT)
      1721 (ref Complete Peerage)

Parents: Sir Thomas Prime Serjeant at Law & Mary (Nelmes) Pakenham.

Married: Margaret, dau & heir of John Bradstane (PT)
Issue:
1/1. Thomas Pakenham                             AC09/85
1/2. George Pakenham, born abt 1714, died 1768, aged 54.

Married: Elizabeth Voyeur?
Issue:
2/1. George Edward Pakenham
2/2. Thomas Richard Pakenham
2/3. John Henry Pakenham, born 1757.

1/3. Mary Pakenham, born abt 1710, died 1785, aged 75.

Married: Mr Chambers of co Mayo.


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MICHAEL CUFF - 1694

KO10/171


PT shows:
Born 1694
Parents: Francis Cuff & Honora, Countess of Ardglas.
Died 24/7/1744.
MP for Longford.
In Dublin National Library, Analecta Hibernica Vol 15 1944 p372:
Marriage settlement exists in "Baker Papers".
Married 1/8/1718, Frances Sandford:

FRANCES SANDFORD

KO10/172

Parents: Henry Sandford of Castlereagh & Elizabeth, dau of Robert Fitzgerald of Kildare.
Died: 1756 or 7.

Issue of Michael & Frances (Sandford) Cuff:
1/1. Elizabeth Cuff                               KO09/86

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SIR THOMAS PAKENHAM

KO11/337


Prime Serjeant at Law of Ireland.
of Pakenham Hall,
Parents: Henry & Mary (Lill) Pakenham.
Died 1706.
Married, 1673, Mary Nelmes.

MARY NELMES

KO11/338


Parent: Richard Nelmes, Alderman of London.
Died: 1690.
Issue of Thomas & Mary Pakenham:
1/1. Edward Pakenham                              AC10/169.
1/2. Thomas Pakenham, died 1722.

Married: Anne, dau of John Smith, of Kiltomb.
Issue:
2/1. Eleanor Pakenham, married Abm.

Fuller of Violet Hill, Dublin, 2 sons.
IGI:
Elinor Pakenham C: 4 Nov 1720 Parents: Thomas & Anne Pakenham Killucan, Westmeath, Ireland

2/2. IGI: Martha Pakenham C: 5 Aug 1723

Parents: Thomas & Anne Pakenham Killucan, Westmeath,

   2/3. IGI: Mary Pakenham C: 2 Nov 1721

Parents: Thomas & Anne Pakenham Killucan, Westmeath.

IGI: Thos Pakenham C: 2 Oct 1675
Father: Thomas Pakenham Saint Nicholas Within, Dublin,

1/3. Philip Pakenham
1/4. Henry Pakenham, Chaplain to the English Factory at Oporto?

died 1725.
IGI: Henry Pakenham B: Abt 1703
Father: Thomas Pakenham, Westmeath, Ireland

1/5. Robert Pakenham, died 1728.

IGI: Robert Pakenham C: 16 Nov 1676
Father: Thomas Pakenham Saint Nicholas Within, Dublin,

1/6. Frances Pakenham, died 1756.

Married: George Nugent, of Castlerickard?, co Meath
Issue:
2/1. George Nugent, died 1764.

Issue:
3/1. George Nugent.

2/2. Jane Nugent

Married John Whiting
Issue:
3/1. George Whiting.


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FRANCIS CUFF

KO11/341


PT: of Ballinrobe.
Parents: Sir James & Alice (Aungier) Cuff.
Died: 26/12/1694.
Married: Honora,

HONORA O'BRIAN

KO11/342

Parents: Primate Boyle
Married 1st: Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Ardglass & became Countess of Ardglas.

Issue of Francis & Honora Cuff:
1/1. Francis Cuff, Knt of the Shire for the co. Mayo.

   Died unmarried 12/11/1717.

1/2. Michael Cuff                              KO10/171
1/3. Mary Cuff, died 3/10/1750

Married: Mr Whitfield.



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HENRY SANDFORD

KO11/343

of Castlereagh
Married: Elizabeth Fitzgerald:

ELIZABETH FITZGERALD

KO11/344

 

Parents: Robert Fitzgerald of Kildare & Mary Clotworthy.

Issue of Henry & Mary Sandford:

1/1. Frances Sandford                             KO10/172



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HENRY PAKENHAM

KO12/673

 

of Tullenally (now Pakenham Hall - ref 1800) in co Westmeath.
Born: 1611 (net)
Parents: Robert & Eleanor (Horsey) Pakenham
         Burkes shows father Henry, g/father Robert.
Buried: 1691 at Mayne.
Married 1st: Mary Lill.
Married 2nd 1670: Anne Pigott, sister of Sir Thomas Pigott, and widow of Capt James Pierce, dau of John & Martha (Colclough) Pigott, g/dau of Sir Robert Pigott & Anne St Leger. (ref Chris Pigot of NSW Australia, who descends from Ann's brother Robert)
Email 19/1/2004.
A Pakenham tree has her married to Mr Bridgwater, but CP thinks that this refers to the sister of her grand father, Sir Robert. The Pierce name comes from Burke's.
 

MARY LILL

KO12/674

Died 12/6/1665 (net)
Parent: Robert Lill of Trim.

Issue of Henry & Mary (Lill) Pakenham:
1/1. Sir Thomas Pakenham                          KO11/337
1/2. Theophilus Pakenham, s.p.
1/3. Philip Pakenham
1/4. William Pakenham, die 1740 of Carma, co Wicklow.

Married Martha Ogle,
Issue:
2/1. William Pakenham, sp.
2/2. Robert Pakenham, sp.
2/3. Thomas Pakenham, sp.
2/4. Martha Pakenham, married  Mr Trobe?
2/5. ANO, married Mr Eaton.

1/5. Eleanor Pakenham, married J. Smith
1/6. Mary Pakenham, married Mr Robinson.
1/7. Martha Pakenham, married Mr Ryder.

Issue of Henry & Anne (Pigot) Pakenham:
1/8. Robert Pakenham, Clerk, died 1745.

IGI:
Robert Pakenham B: Abt 1634
Father: Thomas Pakenham Dublin, Ireland
PT:
Married Miss Best of co Carlow.
Issue:
2/1. Edward Pakenham, died 1765.

Married Elizabeth, dau of Admiral John Wells.
Issue:
3/1. John Wells, Capt RN.
3/2. Edward Wells, Capt RN
3/3. Helen Wells.
3/4. Elizabeth Wells.

2/2. Robert Pakenham, sp.
2/3. Best Pakenham, sp.
2/4. Charles Pakenham, sp.

1/9. Anne Pakenham, married Robert Beatty of co Longford.

Issue:
2/1. Robert Beatty.


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SIR JAMES CUFF

KO12/681


Of Ballinobe, Master of the Ordnance
Parents: Thomas & Jane Cuff
Died: 1678.
Married: 4/1/1655, Alice Augnier

ALICE AUNGIER

KO12/682

Parents: Ambrose & Griseld (Bulkeley) Aungier
Died: 1702.
Issue of Sir James & Alice Cuff:
1/1. Francis Cuff.                          KO11/341
1/2. James Cuff
1/3. Thomas Cuff
1/4. Ambrose Cuff
1/5. Charles Cuff
1/6. Gerald Cuff of Elmhall, co Mayo.

Married Dorothy Wynne of co Sligo, dau of Lieut Gen Wynne.
Issue:
2/1. James Cuff, died 1766

Married: Elizabeth Gore, sister to Arthur, Earl of Arran.
Issue:
3/1. James Cuff, Rt Hon, created Baron Tyrawley, 7/11/1797.
3/2. Michael Cuff.

1/7. Daughter Cuff, married to Mr Lamb, West India Merchant.
1/8. Jane Cuff

Married 4/9/1677 to Sir Henry Bingham of Castlebarr.

1/9. Griseld Cuff.

Married: Rev Ralph Rule.

1/10. Alice Cuff, died 1725.

Married: James Macartney, Justice of the Common Pleas,
He died 16/12/1727.
Issue:
2/1. James Macartney, died 1768.

Married: Catherine Coote.
3/1. Frances Macartney.

(additions by Margaret (Greville) Giles of Sth Australia, Apr 2003.)
Married: Fulke Greville of Wilbury, co Southampton
4/1. Algernon Greville, b abt 1750.
4/2. William Fulke Greville, Capt RN (1751-1837).
4/3. James Greville (17/6/1753).
4/4. Henry Francis Greville (c1760-1816).
4/5. Frances Ann Greville.
4/4. Charles Greville (2/11/1762-26/8/1832).

The Fulke forename was in the Grevilles, an old English family, since 1554 when Fulke Greville MP and poet to Queen ELizabeth.
He later became Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court and Warwick Castle.

2/2. Lyttleton Macartney, created Baron Westcote.

1/11. Lettice Cuff, died 1701

Married: Francis ??shall of Ballyshannon, died 1701.

1/12. Mary Cuff.
1/13. Douglas Cuff.

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MICHAEL BOYLE

KO12/683


"Primate"
Born: abt 1610
Died: 1702 aged 92.
DNB:
the younger (1609?-1702), archbishop of Armagh, nephew of Michael Boyle (1580?-1635); MA Trinity College, Dublin; incorporated MA Oxford, 1637; DD, 1637; chaplain-general to English Army in Munster; privy councillor in Ireland and bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, 1660; bishop of Dublin, 1663; chancellor of Ireland, 1665; archbishop of Armagh, 1675.
Father possibly Richard Boyle (d.1645), divine; brother of Michael Boyle the elder.
Married: 1641, Mary O'Brian

MARY O'BRIAN


Parent: Dermot, 5th Baron of Inchiquin
Issue of Michael & Mary Boyle:
1/1. Murrough Boyle

Created Viscount Blessington 1673, died 1718.
Married 1st: Mary dau of John Parker of Dublin, died 1648
Married 2nd: Anne Coote dau of Charles, Earl of Mountrath, died 1725.
Issue of Murrough & Mary Boyle:
2/1. Mary Boyle, M. Sir John Dillon of Lismullen, co Meath.

Issue:
3/1. Mary Dillon, married 1708 Capt David Dunbar.

Issue:
4/1. Charles Dunbar, died 1778,

married Penelope, dau of Mark Morgan.

Issue of Murough & Anne Boyle:
2/1. Charles Boyle, 2nd Viscount Blessington, died 1732.
2/2. Anne Boyle, died 1742,

Married William Steward, 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, died 1727.
Issue:
3/1. William Steward, 3rd Viscount Mountjoy,

created Earl Blessington 1745, died 1768.
Married Eleanor Fitzgerald.

1/2. Elizabeth Boyle,

married Denny Muschamps? from whom Lord de Vesci? descends.

1/3. Eleanor Boyle,

married to William Hill, from whom Lord Hillsborough descends.

1/4. Honora Boyle                                 11/342


ROBERT FITZGERALD

KO12/687

of Kildare
Parents: George & Joane Fitzgerald
Died: 1698.
Married: Mary Clotworthy.

MARY CLOTWORTHY

 
1/1. Robert Fitzgerald, 19th Earl of Kildare.
1/2. Elizabeth Fitzgerald                     KO11/344


Continued on Pakenham 2

From Wendy Reid Jan 2003:

My Hamilton descent is from the the 1st Duke of Hamilton.  The Hamilton seat of Brownhall in Co. Donegal was founded by John Hamilton, a grandson of the 1st Duke.
He came from the Scottish family whose seat at the time was Broomhill, Lanarkshire.
Land in north western Ireland was granted to him and he took possession of lands at Murvagh - just out of Donegal town and near to the coast.
The original Brownhall house was built there around 1550 and in 1690 his descendant, James Hamilton, moved the family seat to nearby Ballintra where the present Brownhall house still stands today - and still occupied by the present John Hamilton.
The family maintained the old tradition of naming the eldest son after the grandfather, so since then the line has gone John - James - John - James etc, down to John today.
His eldest son is James.

Fortunately, the family has maintained an unbroken line of ownership of the estate down through the centuries. The estate is not as extensive as it had been back in the 1800's due to debts left by my 4th Great Grandfather, John H, but it stands as one of the few estates still remaining in the original family's hands.
The debts were not down to bad management. That particular John H inherited Brownhall just before the Famine and spent a good deal of the family finances on his tenants. He built several churches, instigated Sunday schools, built a workhouse and mills to create employment at the time.
As a result his tenants did not suffer the same fate suffered by so many others.
A book was recently published about this man and I've sent you a link on it.
His daughter, Mary, married Frederick Courbarron, a farmer from Jersey in the Channel Islands. Her son, Augustus James, eventually settled in Australia in 1888 and I descend from him - my GG Grandfather.

This Hamilton family married with several Stewart families, namely the Killymoon Stewarts. Isabella Stewart, daughter of Col. William Stewart (b.1710) of Killymoon, married John Hamilton and their eldest son, James, married Helen Pakenham.
The John Hamilton of the book is the eldest child of the Hamilton/Pakenham marriage.
You have covered this Stewart line quite well in your site.

I had a look at the line of Eleanor King - wife of William Stewart - of Rockingham.
Her father, Sir Henry King, was one of those not very well liked by the Irish.
They lived in the town of Boyle, Roscommon, and last year I paid a visit to the house still there. It was destroyed by fire some time ago but has been completely restored and is now a museum to the history of the family and the Earls of Kingston.
I would like to get back there again and tour the place properly as back then I was 8 months and 2 weeks pregnant and found the two hour tour quite a haul !. Very informative though - I just remember constantly looking for somewhere to sit down:)).
At the moment one of my missions is to trace back further on the line of the Killymoon Stewarts, one thing I know is that they are connected to the Athenree Stewarts.
In 1999 there was an exhibition at the Ulster Museum featuring William Stewarts son, James and his "Grand Tour" of Europe.
Another family that married with the Brownhall Hamiltons is the Crightons (Creightons) who were the Earls of Erne.
The James Hamilton, who built the present Brownhall house at Ballintra in 1690, married Jane Crighton, daughter of Col. Abraham Crighton. This family were the owners of Crom Castle in Co. Fermanagh and his grandson was the 1st Earl of Erne.
If you like, I can send you the section of my family tree relating to the Hamiltons ?.
I have the entire tree on disc - its huge going back to the 1200's - but haven't run it on the computer since I arrived here from Australia in Feb last year.
I hope it has travelled well, I've over 1100 individuals entered and have only had to do the entire thing once when my pc crashed and I lost the data. Ive learned to do back ups since then.

More on Henry Sandford Pakenham and Stewarts/Hamiltons from Janet Adams:
"Janet Adam"
Fri, 21 Feb 2003 16:58:36 +1100

I think I have identified James Henderson's 2nd wife.  I have attached a skeleton chart to show how she fits in with my mysterious gggma Letitia Greenfield Knox and other Knox.  LGK remains a difficult one.  She is either the first child of Letitia Greenfield and George Knox (as shown) and was brought up in Ireland by relatives OR she may be the child of one of the daughters of Rev Andrew Greenfield's first marriage and another Knox.  There was no shortage of Knoxes around Dromore, George is said to be the 2nd child of 26. He was in Jamaica from about 1798 until 1804.
I have accidentally found you another interesting Pakenham.  He is the Rev Henry Sandford Pakenham. I looked and you don't appear to have him in your files although you have his brother.  He was the Dean of St Patrick's Dublin immediately after Jonathon Swift and was the child of the Very Rev. Henry Pakenham and his wife Elizabeth Sandford.  He is thus another nephew of Kitty Pakenham. He comes complete with blood curdling story.  He is tangentially connected to the Knox family in Roscommon.  (there is a brief chart in the attachment.)  Jane Mahon, the sister of Lord Hartland married George Knox.  George was a local Crown Agent for the area which included his brother in law's estates.  These were 30,000 acres of formerly O'Connor land and included Ballykilcline which experienced an infamous clearance of rent defaulters. George Knox supplied lists of tenants for this purpose.  From 1834 there were lengthy legal proceedings. By 1847 the townland was occupied by 60 police, 25 cavalry and 30 infantry.  When the tenants were defeated they were evicted and their homes "tumbled".
The 2nd Lord Hartland laid out the street in front of his Strokestown Park House, Roscommon to be wider than the Ringstrasse in Vienna. The 2nd and 3rd Lords Hartland died childless and their nephew Maj. Denis Mahon succeeded to the estates but not the title.  This was 1845 in the midst of the Famine. He sent, at his own expense, 3 shiploads of his tenants to Canada on "coffin ships" and 158 of them died. Opinion was divided on whether he was benevolent in saving them from dying in the fields or deliberately getting rid of them to make way for cattle.  His remaining tenants did not give him the benefit of the doubt and shot him dead.  His only child Grace Catherine had married Rev Henry S. Pakenham 8 months previously.  The only ray of sunshine in this tale is that the Dean and his wife became richer but probably not by the 10,000 pounds per annum of former years.  The estate remained intact until the 20thC
This comes from sources such as IGI, a site devoted to Ballykilcline, the Cork Examiner November 1847, other articles and chance findings.

Descendants of William Robert Wills DL JP
16 Sep 2001, Tom Wills Sandford

1. William Robert Wills DL JP-161 (b.1779;d.14 Aug 1859)

sp: Olivia St. George-558 (b.1784/1785;m.1803;d.17 Jun 1815)
sp: Mary Grey Sandford-162
(b.8 Oct 1789;m.11 Oct 1816;d.14 Feb 1851)
2/1. Thomas George Wills-Sandford DL JP-125

(b.15 Aug 1817;d.13 Apr 1887)
sp: Theodosia Eleanor Blagden Hale-126
(b.9 Apr 1818;m.29 Sep 1841;d.23 Aug 1857)
3/1. William Robert Wills-Sandford-13

(b.12 Apr 1844;d.3 Apr 1889)
sp: Adelaide Elizabeth Jephson-14
(b.24 Jan 1850;m.26 Mar 1874;d.29 Jun 1880)
4/1. Charlotte Georgina Wills-Sandford-679

(b.25 Jul 1875;d.20 May 1940)  
sp: Charles Wood-698
5/1. Patrick Wood-818
5/2. Edward Wood-819

6/1. Catherine Wood-820
6/2. Joan Wood-703
6/3. Mary Wood-704

5/3. Catherine Wood-699

4/2. Mary Adelaide Wills-Sandford-680

(b.29 Sep 1877;d.23 Jan 1956)

4/3. Thomas George Wills-Sandford-5

(b.9 Nov 1879;d.10 May 1948)
sp: Kathleen Fanny Burrowes-4
(b.8 Oct 1880; m.12 Feb 1907 d.25 Jul 1963)
5/1. William Robert Wills-Sandford-6

(b.3 Feb 1909;d.31 Oct 1986)
sp: Charlotte Frances Louise Murphy-7
(b.16 May 1906 USA; m.1 Apr 1939;d.29 Oct 1989)
6/1. Thomas George Wills-Sandford-1

(b.30 Apr 1940)
sp: Heather Evelyn Macara-2

(b.18 May 1937; m.21 Oct1967)
7/1. Katherine Heather Wills-Sandford-3 (b.14 Nov 1972)

5/2. Kathleen Mary Wills-Sandford-8

(b.19 Apr 1911;d.3 Jan 1991)

3/2. Theodosia Eleanor Wills-Sandford-671

(b.14 Apr 1846;d.24 Apr 1907)

3/3. Alice Mary Wills-Sandford-672

(b.29 Nov 1847;d.9 Feb 1931)

3/4. George Hale Wills-Sandford-662

(b.26 Jul 1849;d.16 Sep 1882)

3/5. Edward Wills-Sandford-Wills-663

(b.20 Feb 1851;d.14 Feb 1923)
sp: Amy Henrietta Guinness-664

(b.3 Jun 1865;m.28 May 1889;d.3 Nov 1955)
4/1. Lucy Eleanor Wills-Sandford-Wills-666

(b.1889/1890; d.18 Nov 1971)

4/2. Mary Grace Wills-Sandford-Wills-667

(b.1 Jul 1891; d.1987)
sp: Sydenham Harvey Brancker Blandy-668
(m.2 Feb 1924; d.18 May 1925)
5/1. Mary Elizabeth Blandy-669 (b.16 Dec 1924)

sp: Christopher Bramwell-681 (b.1903;d.1982)

3/6. Godfrey Robert Sandford-Wills-670

(b.5 Oct 1852;d.Jan 1929)

3/7. Evelyn Louisa Wills-Sandford-673

(b.Abt 1854;d.28 Oct 1941)
sp: William Frederick Hammersley Smith-674

(b.16 May 1843; m.20 Jul 1881; d.8 Mar 1923)
4/1. Evelyn Eleanor Smith-675

(b.28 Apr 1882;d.Aft Apr 1956)
sp: George Hugh Mercer DI RIC-676 (m.16 Feb 1904)
5/1. Violet Mercer-677
5/2. Olive Mercer-678

2/2. Jane Catherine Wills-Sandford-524 (b.8 Dec 1818)
2/3. Elizabeth Udney Wills-Sandford-525 (b.15 Aug 1820;d.1871)

sp: Godfrey Wills-522 (m.18 Jul 1844; d.1866)
3/1. Ormonde Wills-809
3/2. Kingsley Wills-821
3/3. Alice Mary Wills-810    sp: Charles Wynne Eyton-811

4/1. Dorothy Eyton-812
4/2. Joan Eyton-813
4/3. Robert Eyton-814
4/4. Margaret Eyton-815
4/5. Sandford Eyton-816

2/4. William Sandford Wills-Sandford-526

(b.26 Mar 1822;d.8 Feb 1882)
sp: Julia Foster-530 (m.30 May 1849)
3/1. Harry Wills-Sandford-683 (b.13 May 1850;d.20 Jan 1872)

3/2. Florence Mary Wills-Sandford-686

sp: John Graham Carrick Moore-689 (m.8 Feb 1872)

3/3. Arthur Pakenham Sandford-Wills-684

(b.7 Jan 1856;d.27 Jul 1950)

3/4. Geraldine Wills-Sandford-687 (b.Jan 1859)

sp: Arthur Dendy-694 (m.19 Oct 1899)
sp: Loftus Moller Le Champion-695 (m.28 Nov 1908)

3/5. Maude Wills-Sandford-688 (b.May 1860)

sp: Hunter-Blair-697
4/1. Colin Hunter-Blair-817

3/6. Reginald Wills-Sandford-685 (b.5 May 1862;d.Bef 1948)

sp: Mary Phillips-691 (m.1892)
4/1. Georgina Phillips-692

2/5. Henry Sandford Wills-528 (b.10 Apr 1826; d.1840)
2/6. Ellen Maria Sarah Wills-Sandford-527

(b.25 Nov 1827; d.19 Jul 1901)

2/7. Caroline Julia Wills-Sandford-529

(b.1833/1834; d.18 Nov 1915)
sp: Roberts-629 (Not Married)

2/8. Maria Roberts-630




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References:
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GERALD FITZGERALD, 9th Earl of Kildare



ROBERT PAKENHAM

KO13/1345


of North Witham
Parents: Edmond & Frances (Seckford) Pakenham
Burkes shows a different line back from here.
Died: 1651.
Married: Eleanor Horsey, of Elliston, Dorsetshire.

Issue of Robert & Eleanor Pakenham
1/1. Edward Pakenham, died 1670, sp.
1/2. Henry Pakenham                               KO12/673
1/3. Philip Pakenham, died 1683, sp, bur at Blessington, co Wicklow.
1/4. Robert Pakenham, of Bracklyn?, died 1703, bur Killucan.

Married Anne Coddington, sp.



THOMAS CUFF

KO13/1361


Parents: Robert & Catherine Cuff
Married: Jane
Issue:
1/1. Sir James Cuff                               KO12/681
1/2. Thomas Cuff, married Mary Caulfield,

dau of Thomas & Anne (Moore) Caulfield of Donamon. Anne dau of Sir Charles Moore.

Mark Holmes of Adelaide, Australia descends from Thomas and Mary, via James, Ann who m Thomas Wade.




AMBROSE AUNGIER

KO13/1363

Parents: Sir Francis & Douglass (Fitzgerald) Aungier D.D.
Died: 1654.
Married: Griseld Buckley

 

GRISELD BULCKELEY

KO13/1364


Granddaughter of Doctor Lancelot Bulkeley
DNB:
Launcelot Bulkeley (1568?-1650), archbishop of Dublin; MA, Oxford, 1593; beneficed in Wales, 1593-1620; archdeacon of Dublin, 1619; claimed the primacy unsuccessfully; imprisoned, 1647; his see sequestered by the Commonwealth, 1649.

Issue of Ambrose & Griseld Aungier:
1/1. Alice Aungier                                KO12/682
1/2. Francis Aungier, died 1700

Succeeded his uncle as Lord Aungier in 1655; was made Gus. Rot. (?)of the co of Longford 11th March 1661 was created Earl of Longford 18th Dec 1677. He was Governor of Carrickfergus master of the Ordnance a Commissioner of the Revenue and a Privy Counsellor.
Married: Anne Chichester, dau of the 1st Earl of Donegal, widow of John Butler, Earl of Gouran.

1/3. Gerald Aungier, Governor of Fort St George in the East Indies

Died 1690.

1/4. Ambrose Aungier,

succeeded his brother, Francis, in 1700 as Earl of Longford, died 1706, when title became extinct. Was a Commissioner in the Revenue.

1/5. Douglass Aungier, died 9/9/1713,

Married in 1659 Lieut Gen Edward Ludlow.




GEORGE FITZGERALD

KO13/1373


16th Earl of Kildare
Parents: Thomas & Frances (Randolph) Fitzgerald.
Married: Joane Boyle, daughter of Lord Cork (prob 1st, 1566-1643).
DNB:
16th earl of Kildare (1611-1660), rebuilt ancestral castle at Maynooth; befriended Shirley, the dramatist, when in Dublin; governor of Co. Kildare, 1641; governor of Dublin for the Parliament, 1647.

Issue of George & Joane Fitzgerald:
1/1. Wentworth Fitzgerald, 17th Earl of Kildare, died 1664.

Married: Lady ELizabeth Holles
Issue:
2/1. John Fitzgerald, 18th Earl of Kildare. Died 1707, no issue.

1/2. Robert Fitzgerald                            KO12/687.

 

---------------------------- Next Generation -----------------------

 

EDMOND PAKENHAM

KO14/2689

 

Parents: Robert & Elizabeth (Berkeley) Pakenham
Married: Frances dau of Humphrey Seckford of Ispwich, Suffolk.
Issue of Edmond & Frances Pakenham:
1/1. Sir Philip Pakenham, knighted 1616, died 1636, sp.
1/2. Henry Pakenham, sp.
1/3. Edmond Pakenham, sp.
1/4. Thomas Pakenham, sp.
1/5. Robert Pakenham                              KO13/1345
1/6. Mary Pakenham.


ROBERT CUFF

KO14/2721


Parents: John & Joane (Denny) Cuff
Died: 1573.
Married: Catherine Cutter.
Issue of Robert & Catherine Cuff:
1/1. Robert Cuff of Crych, died 1623

Married: Elizabeth dau of James Clerk of Norton Fitzwarren.
Issue:
2/1. Robert Cuff of Crych, 1623
2/2. James Cuff
2/3. Hugh Cuff
2/4. John Cuff.

1/2. Thomas Cuff                                  KO13/1361
1/3. William Cuff.



SIR FRANCIS AUNGIER

KO14/2725


Born: abt 1562.
Parents: Richard & Rosa (Steward) Aungier
Created Lord Aungier of Longford, 29/6/1621, Master of the Rolls.
Died: 8/10/1632, aged 70
Married: Douglass Fitzgerald

DOUGLASS FITZGERALD

KO14/2726


Parents: Edward & Mabel (Leigh) Fitzgerald.

Issue of Sir Francis & Douglass Aungier:
1/1. Gerald, Lord Aungier, died 1655.
1/2. Ambrose Aungier.                             KO13/1363


THOMAS FITZGERALD

KO14/2745


Parents: Edward & Mabel (Leigh) Fitzgerald
Married: Frances Randolph
Issue of Thomas & Frances Fitzgerald:
1/1. George Fitzgerald                            KO13/1373

---------------------------- Next Generation -----------------------


ROBERT PAKENHAM

KO15/5377

of Tooting, Surrey, Clerk of the Green Cloth
Parents: Nicholas Pakenham
       Later handwritten note on the tree "wrong"
       Perhaps a son of one of the other sons of Sir Hugh Pakenham.
Died 1552.
Married Elizabeth Berkeley:

ELIZABETH BERKELEY

KO15/5378

Parents: Sir Maurice & Margaret (Horrington) Berkeley.
Married, 2nd: Robert Livesey, Issue by him: Edward, & Gabriel.
Issue of Robert & Elizabeth Pakenham:
1/1. Robert Pakenham of Tooting, Surrey & North Witham, Licolnshire.

Ward to Sir Henry Sydney (son of father's aunt Anne), died 1598.
Married, Ursula, dau of Clement Chickeley, of Cambridgeshire
Issue:
2/1. Sir Henry Pakenham, of North Witham,

Died 1620, sp. Buried at North Witham.

2/2. Clement Pakenham, heir to his brother,

died sp 1651, buried Noth Witham
Married Jane... died 1667, buried with her husband.

1/2. Edmond Pakenham                              KO14/2689
1/3. John Pakenham, of Wimbledon, Surrey, died 1601, sp.
1/4. Anthony Pakenham, sp.



JOHN CUFF

KO15/5441

of Crych.
Parent: John Cuff
Married: Joane Denny, dau of Sir William Denny.
Issue:
1/1. Robert Cuff                                  KO14/2721
1/2. William Cuff
1/3. John Cuff
1/4. Dorothy Cuff
1/5. Ursula Cuff



RICHARD AUNGIER

KO15/5449

 

Parents: John & Eleanor (Bacon) Aungier
Died: 1581.
Married: Rosa, dau of William Steward of Cambridge.
Issue of Richard & Rosa Aungier:
1/1. Sir Francis Aungier                          KO14/2675
1/2. John Aungier
1/3. Richard Aungier
1/4. Edward Aungier
1/5. Thomas Aungier
1/6. Henry Aungier
1/7. Jane Aungier
1/8. Elizabeth Aungier
1/9. Mary Aungier
1/10. Catherine Aungier.


EDWARD FITZGERALD

KO15/5489

Parents: Gerald & Elizabeth (de Grey) Fitzgerald
Married: Mabel Leigh, dau of Sir John Leigh of Stockwell.
Issue of Edward & Mabel Fitzgerald:
1/1. Gerald Fitzgerald, 14th Earl of Kildare, died 1611.

Married: Elizabeth, dau of Lord Delvin.
Issue:
2/2. Gerald Fitzgerald, 15th Earl of Kildare, died 1620, no issue.

1/2. Thomas Fitzgerald                            KO14/2745
1/3. Douglass Fitzgerald                          KO14/2726


---------------------------- Next Generation -----------------------

NICHOLAS PAKENHAM

KO16/10753

       Later handwritten note on the tree "wrong"
Parents: Sir Hugh Pakenham & Miss Sackford.
Married: Miss Coleman.
Issue of Nicholas Pakenham:
1/1. Robert Pakenham                              KO15/5377


SIR MAURICE BERKELEY

KO16/10755

Sheriff of Rutland, 12 Eliz.
Parents: 2nd son of Thomas & Margaret (de la Launde) Berkeley
Married: Margaret dau of Sir John Horrington
Issue of Sir Maurice & Margaret Berkeley:
1/1. Elizabeth Berkeley                           KO15/5378


JOHN CUFF

KO16/10881

of Ilchester, co Limerick.
Died: 1544
Issue:
1/1. John Cuff                                    KO15/5441
1/2. Robert Cuff

Issue:
2/1. Thomas Cuff of Denyst.
2/2. Philip Cuff.
2/3. Hugh Cuff, Secretary to the Earl of Essex, died 1600.





JOHN AUNGIER

KO16/10897

Parent: Richard Aungier
Married:

ELEANOR BACON

KO16/10898

Parent: John Bacon
Issue of John & Eleanor Bacon:
1/1. Richard Aungier                              KO15/5449
1/2. Anne Aungier
1/3. Margaret Aungier


GERALD FITZGERALD – 9th Earl Kildare

KO16/10977

PT: 9th Earl of Kildare
DNB:
9th earl of Kildare, (1487-1534); educated in England; appointed lord high treasurer of on his return to Ireland, 1504; lord justice & lord deputy, 1513; gained great successes against the Irish; charged with maladministration at instance of Ormonde, and removed 1520; reappointed 1524; again removed, being charged with treason by Ossory (Ormonde) and imprisioned in the Tower, 1526; returned to Ireland with Skeffington, whom he dispalced as deputy, 1532; wounded at siege of Birr Castle, 1533; again summoned to England and died prisoner in the Tower.

Parents: DNB, Gerald Gitzgerald, 8th earl
PT:
Died: 1534.
Married, 1st: unknown.
Issue by 1st wife:
1/1. Thomas Fitzgerald, 10th Earl of Kildare.

DNB:
Baron Offaly & 10th earl of Kildare (1513-1537), son of Gerald, 9th earl; appointed deputy governor of Ireland, 1534, but renounced his allegiance and slew Archbishop Allen; submitted to Lord Leonard Grey, 1535; executed at Tyburn with his five uncles.
Married, 2nd: Elizabeth de Grey

 

ELIZABETH DE GREY

KO16/10978

Parents: Sir Thomas & Cecilie de Grey
Issue of Gerald & Elizabeth Fitzgerald.
1/2. Gerald Fitzgerald, 11th Earl of Kildare, died 16/11/1585.

Married: Mabel, sister of Sir Anthony Browne, Viscount Montecute.
DNB:
11th earl (1525-1585), son of Gerald, 9th earl; educated in France and at Rome; served with the knights of Rhodes against the Moors and with Cosimo de'Medici; restored to his estates by Edward IV, and to earldom by Mary; warred against the Irish and Spanish invaders; committed to the tower on suspicion of treason, 1582; allowed to return to Ireland, 1584; died in London.
Issue:
2/1. Henry Fitzgerald, 12th Earl of Kildare, died 1593.

Married: Lady Frances Howerd, 2nd dau of Charles, Earl of Nottingham.

2/2. William Fitzgerald, 13th Earl of Kildare.

1/3. Edward Fitzgerald                            KO15/5489
1/4. Elizabeth Fitzgerald (DNB only), 1528?-89.

Married Sir Anthony Browne & Edward Fiennes de Clinton, earl of Lincoln.


Sat, 14 Feb 2004 From: "Doreen Thomas"

l.  Gerald Fitzgerald 9 EoK married Elizabeth de Grey
2.  Gerald Fitzgerald (think he was the 11th EofK) born 1525  Died Nov. 16, 1585, married Ellinor o'Kelly
3.  Gerald Fitzgerald Born 1546 Married about 1585 Died Abt. Aug. 1600, Married Margaret Bowen
4.  Gerald Fitzgerald Died 1667  married Anne O'Dempsey.
5.  Thomas Fitzgerald Married Sibilla Pigott
6.  Stephen Fitzgerald Born 1662 Died June 3, 1716  Married Martha Gilbert, Died Dec. 26, 1713
(All of the above information  came from a lady in Canada, she sent no sources.)
7.  Castilina Fitzgerald Married Nathaniel Julian
8.  Christopher Julian Born 1724 Mountrath, Ireland, Died July 18, 1808 Mountrath, Ireland. Married Anne ?
9.  Christopher Julian Born March 31, 1789 at Mountrath Ireland Married Nove. 3, 1811 died Nov 16, 1847 Kingston Ont. Canada Married Lucy White Born 1789 PA, Queens Co Ireland died Aug 14 1834 at Grosse Isle, Quebec, Canada

   (All of this information came from the Journal, explained below)

17.  Jane Julian married George Mason
18  Gilbert Christopher Mason married Mary Herren
19   Christianna Mason married Otto Rhoades
20   Frances Rhoades married Hollis Jack
21   and myself (Doreen)
     (This is from my family history)

I rec. the Julian Journal which the no 9 Grandfather Christopher Julian kept on board the ship coming over, so I know that is all true.  The information of Castiliana Fitzgerald of Morett Castle, was information he put in this journal.  The rest of the information came from a lady in Canada who went to Ireland and did some research, her husband is descended from the Julian Line, like I am.  I do not have documents to back this up other than the fact of history that I have gleamed from the information of the history of Ireland, and also that Castiliana married into the Fitzgerald, which would make her one of my grandmothers and I trust the lady from Canada..  I would love to see  the book you speak of, however that  belongs to Ireland I know, because I doubt if I will ever get to go to Ireland, but would love to.  I also have names of the Colclough's and others that are married into this line.
I am having a time trying to find the daughter of Major John Pigott who was married to Martha Colclough, the daughter's name was, Sibilla Pigott, who married Thomas Fitzgerald, I cannot find her on the net, but the pedigree that the lady from Canada send showed that she married Thomas Fitzgerald.  I have found him and quite a lot , well not a lot, but some info. for him. I did find your Pakenham Genealogy Pt.l on the net, by accident, I typed in Major John Pigott of Ireland and sites came up and I found the name of Pigott, when I typed into it, I found out it was one of the Grandfather's I was looking for and you even had his dad and mom and a brother Sir Thomas Pigott.  I thought o.k. maybe my Sibilla will be in here, but she wasn't.
Then I looked closer and saw that you had entered this information..  You are really good at this.
Thanks for taking the time for this.
Sincerely
Doreen

Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 19:27:39 -0400
From: "Susan Gilbert"

Hi......enjoyed seeing your website.....researching the Sir William Gilbert clan of Kilminchy, Queens County, Ireland and noticed Martha Gilbert on your tree, who married Stephen Fitzgerald.

Martha was the daughter of Henry Gilbert and Gertrude St. Leger (Henry also married a Pigott), grandparents were Sir William Gilbert (I think he came to Ireland from Spondon, Derbyshire) and his wife Catherine Castillion, plus Sir William St. Leger and his wife Gertrude Heywood. All those family names have extensive trees, my database goes back further than that and is a work in progress. The Saint Legers go all the way back to Sancto Leodegardio, born 1010 and died 1087. The Castillions revert back to Castiglione, one of them was at court and teaching Latin and Italian to the future English queen. He was imprisoned in the Tower of London three times, leaving an inscription that still shows today next to the fireplace in the Broad Arrow Tower.

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SIR HUGH PAKENHAM

KO17/21505

of Lordington.
Parent: Hugh Pakenham.
Issue of Sir Hugh Pakenham & Miss Sackford.
1/1. Sir John Pakenham, of Lordington.

Issue, dau & sole heir:
2/1. Constance Pakenham

Married: Sir Geffery de la Pole, 2nd son, of Lordington, jure uxoris. His parents were Sir Richard de la Pole, kight of the Garter, died 5 H 8, & Margaret Plantagenet, countess of Salisbury, beheaded 1541, 33 H 8.

1/2. Nicholas Pakenham                            KO16/10753
1/3. Anne Pakenham.

Married, 1st, Sir Henry Fitzwilliam, slaim at Flodden Field (1513). Married, 2nd, Sir William Sidney, father of Sir Henry, grandfather by Anne to Sir Philip Sidney.
ref DNB:
Sir William Sidney (1482-1554), soldier, fought at Flodden, tutor & steward to Prince Edward, 1538 etc.
Sir Henry Sidney (1529-1586) thrice lord deputy of Ireland, president of Wales, etc.
Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586) soldier, poet etc.



THOMAS BERKELEY

KO17/21509

Parents: Sir Maurice & Margaret (Bynon) Berkeley
         Son & heir.
Married: Margaret de la Launde.

MARGARET de la LAUNDE

KO17/21510

Parents: Sir Thomas & Katherine (Welles) de la Launde.
Issue of Thomas & Margaret Berkeley
1/1. Sir Maurice Berkeley                         KO16/10755


RICHARD AUNGIER

KO17/21793

Parent: John Aungier
Issue:
1/1. John Aungier                                 KO16/10897



JOHN BACON

KO17/21795

of Co. Cambridge
Issue:
1/1. Eleanor Bacon                                KO16/10898
1/2. Margaret Bacon, Married Sir William Butt of Norfolk



GERALD FITZGERALD

KO17/21953

DNB:
8th earl (The Great) (d.1513), son of Thomas Fitzgerald, 7th earl; nominated deputy-governor in Ireland by the council in Dublin, 1477, and held office in opposition to a nominee of Edward IV; afterwards deputy for Richard, duke of York, and his son, Prince Edward; pardoned by Henry VII, and continued in office; attainted and imprisoned in the Tower as a partisan of Wrabeck, 1494; reappointed deputy of Ireland, 1496; died of a wound received in battle with a Leinster sept.
Issue:
1/1. Gerald Fitzgerald                            KO16/10977


SIR THOMAS de GREY

KO17/21955

DNB:
1st Marquis of Dorset (1451-1501), succeeded his father, John, 8th baron, as 9th baron Groby, 1461; created earl of Huntingdon, 1471, having fought for Edward IV at Tewkesbury; KB and marquis of Dorset, 1475; privy councelor, 1476; took arms against Richard III and joined Richmond (see Henry VII) in Brittany, but did not accompany him to England; his titles confirmed, 1486; imprisoned on suspicion, 1487; served with the expedition to aid the emperor Maximillian, 1492, and against to Cornish rebels. 1497; early patron of Wolsey.
PT:
Lord Groby, created Marquis of Dorset by Edward 4th, K.G. & Privy Counselor.
Parents: Sir John & Elizabeth (Wydville) de Grey.

Married:

CECILIE BONVILLE

KO17/21956

Parents: William, Lord Bonville & Harrington.

Issue of Sir Thomas & Cecilie de Grey:
1/1. Elizabeth de Grey                            KO16/10978

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HUGH PAKENHAM

KO18/43009

of Lordington, Sussex, Sheriff of Wiltshire.
Parents: Theobald Pakenham
Died: 37H6.

Issue:
1/1. Sir Hugh Pakenham                            KO17/21505


SIR MAURICE BERKELEY

KO18/43017

of Berkeley.
Parents: Sir Thomas & Petronella (Brookby) Berkeley.
Died: 14H8, 1522
Married: Margaret dau of Sir John Bynon of Clayton.
1/1. Thomas Berkeley                              KO17/21509


SIR THOMAS de la LAUNDE

KO18/43019

of North Witham, Linclonshire
Died: beheaded 1469.
Married: Katherine Welles:

KATHERINE WELLES

KO18/43020

Parents: Lionel & Margaret (Beauchamp) Welles.
         4th dau & coheir to her heir & naphew.
Issue of Sir Thomas & Katherine de la Launde:
1/1. Margaret de la Launde                        KO17/21510



JOHN AUNGIER

KO18/43585

Of Co. Cambridge
Died: 1500.
Issue:
1/1. Richard Aungier                              KO17/21793


THOMAS FITZGERALD

KO18/43905

DNB:
7th earl of Kildare (d.1477), lord deputy of Ireland, 1455-9, for Richard, duke of  ork, and 1461-2 for Clarence; lord chancellor of Ireland, 1463; attainted 1467, but respited and restored; again deputy for Clarence, 1468-75.
Issue:
1/1. Gerald Fitzgerald                            KO17/21953



SIR JOHN GREY

KO18/43909

Lord Groby
DNB:
8th Baron Ferrers of Groby (1432-1461), Lancastrian; not summoned to parliament, and usually styled Sir John; first husband of Elizabeth Woodville (queen of Edward IV); killed at second Battle of St Albans.
PT:
Parents: Sir Edward & Elizabeth (de Ferrars) Grey
Died: Battle of St Albans, 39th Henry 6th.

Married:

ELIZABETH WYDVILLE

KO18/43910

DNB: spelt Woodville.
Parents: Richard Wydville, Earl of Rivers.
Married, 2nd: King Edward 4th.
Issue of Sir Thomas & ELizabeth de Grey:
1/1. Thomas de Grey                               KO17/21955


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THEOBALD PAKENHAM

KO19/86017

Parents: Thomas Pakenham.
Issue:
1/1. Hugh Pakenham                                KO18/43009
1/2. John Pakenham, Prebendary of Langtoft 1445,

promoted to the Prebend of ???hall 1449, Treasurer of the Cathedral 1459.
Died 1477, buried in the Middle Isle of the Cathedral.



SIR THOMAS BERKELEY

KO19/86033

of Wymondham, eldest son of:
Parents: Sir Lawrence Berkeley.
Died: 3H7, 1488.

Married: Petronella, dau of William Brookby.
Issue of Sir Thomas & Petronella Berkeley:
1/1. Sir Maurice Berkeley                         KO18/43017


LIONEL, LORD WELLES

KO19/86039

DNB:
6th Baron Welles (1405?-1461), soldier; a Lancastrian; succeeded his grandfather in estates 1421; knighted 1426; accompanied Henry VI to France 1430; summoned to parliament 1432-1460; served at Calais, 1436, 1451-6; lord-lieutentant of Ireland, 1438-40; fought at St Albans 1461; slain at Towton and attained.
PT:
sum 10 to 38 H 6. (to abt 1467)
Parents: Eudo & Maud (Graystock) de Welles.
Married, 1st: Jane, dau of Sir Robert Walerton.

Married, 2nd:

MARGARET BEAUCHAMP

KO19/86040

Parents: Sir John & Edith (Stanton?) Beauchamp.
Married, 2nd: John Beafort, Duke of Somerset.
Issue of Lionel & Margaret Welles, inter alia:
1/1. (DNB) Richard Welles, 7th Baron,

summoned to parliament 1455-66 as Baron Willoughby de Eresby in right of his wife; fought on the Lancastrian side at St Albans, 1461; submitted to Edward IV 1461; attainder reversed 1468; beheaded because of rebellion of his son Robert; attained 1475.

1/2. (DNB) John Welles, first Viscount Welles (d. 1499),

son of Lionel; a Lancastrian; fled to Brittany 1483; fought at Bosworth; created Viscount Welles, 1487.

1/3.  Katherine Welles                            KO18/43020


Issue of John & Margaret (Beauchamp) Beaufort:
1/1. Margaret Beaufort, married: Edmund Beafort, Earl of Richmond,

Issue:
2/1. King Henry 7th, Married Elizabeth, dau of King Edward 4th.



SIR EDWARD de GREY

KO19/87817

Parents: 2nd son of Edward, Lord Grey of Ruthin.
Died: 36th Henry 6th
Married: Elizabeth de Ferrars:

ELIZABETH de FERRARS

KO19/87818

Parents: Sir Henry & Elizabeth Ferrars.
Issue of Sir Edward & Elizabeth de Grey:
1/1. Sir Thomas de Grey                           KO18/43909


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THOMAS PAKENHAM

KO20/172033

of Pakenham.
Parents: Sir William Pakenham.
Issue:
1/1. Theobald Pakenham                            KO19/86017
1/2. Hugh Pakenham, Prebendary of Langtoft in the Cathedral Church of York.


SIR LAWRENCE BERKELEY

KO20/172065

of Wymondham.
Parents: John Berkeley
Died: 37H6
1/1. Sir Thomas Berkeley                          KO19/86033


EUDO de WELLES

KO20/172077

Parents: John Baron Welles & Eleanor Mowbray
Died: before father.
Married: Maud, dau of Ralph Graystoke.
1/1. Lionel, Lord Welles                          KO19/86039



SIR JOHN BEAUCHAMP

KO20/172079

of Bletsho (Bedfordshire).
Parents: Sir Roger & Joane (Clostal) Beauchamp
Married: Edith, dau of Sir John Stanton?
1/1. Margaret Beauchamp                           KO19/86040



SIR HENRY FERRARS

KO20/175637

Parents: William & Phillippa Ferrars.
Died: before father, William, ie bef 1445.
Married:

ELIZABETH MOWBRAY

KO20/175638

Parents: Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, probably 1st duke (1366-99).
Issue of Sir Henry & Elizabeth Ferrars:
1/1. Elizabeth de Ferrars                         KO19/87818

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SIR WILLIAM PAKENHAM

KO21/344065

Parents: Sir Edmund & Rohesia (de Valoines) Pakenham.
Issue:
1/1. Thomas Pakenham                              KO20/172033


JOHN BERKELEY

KO21/344129

of Wymondham.
Parents: Sir Thomas & Isabel (Hamlyn) Berkeley
Died: 27Edw3.
1/1. Sir Lawrence Berkeley                        KO20/172065


JOHN BARON de WELLES

KO21/344153

of Grimsby.
Parents: Sir John & Maud (Ross) de Welles
Died: 49 Edw 3.
Married: Eleanor, dau of John, Lord Mowbray of Axholme.
1/1. Eudo de Welles                               KO20/172077


SIR ROGER BEAUCHAMP

KO21/344157

Parent: Roger Beauchamp
Died: 14H4.
Married: Joane, dau of William Closter.
1/1. Sir John Beauchamp                           KO20/172079


WILLIAM, BARON FERRARS

KO21/351275

of Groby.
Parents: Henry & Joane Ferrars.
Died: 1445.
Married: Phillippa, dau of Robert, Lord Clifford.
Issue of William & Phillippa Ferrars:
1/1. Sir Henry Ferrars                            KO20/175637


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SIR EDMUND PAKENHAM

KO22/688129

Parents: William de Pakenham.
Married: Rohesia de Valoines.

ROHESIA DE VALOINES

KO22/688130

Parents: Robert & Erin de Valoines
Issue of Sir Edmund & Rohesia Pakenham.
1/1. Sir Edmund Pakenham

Married: Mary, dau of John Comyn of Scotland.

1/2. Sir William Pakenham                         KO21/344065


SIR THOMAS BERKELEY

KO22/688237

Parents: Thomas Lord Berkeley & Joane Ferrars.
Married: Isabel, dau & heir of John Hamlyn of Wymondham, Leicester(?).
1/1. John Berkeley                                KO21/344129


SIR JOHN de WELLES, BARON WELLES

KO22/688305

Parents: Sir Adam & Eleanor (Bardolph) de Welles.
Died: 35 Edw 3.
Married: Maud dau of William Lord Ross of Hamlake, died 12 Ric 2.
1/1. John Baron de Welles                         KO21/344153


ROGER BEAUCHAMP

KO22/688313

Parents: Roger & Sibill (Patshull) Beauchamp
Died: before father.
1/1. Sir Roger Beauchamp                          KO21/344157


HENRY, LORD FERRARS

KO22/702549

of Groby.
Parents: William & Margaret Ferrars
Died: 11 Richard 2nd.
Married: Joane, dau of Sir Thomas de Paynings, died 17 Richard 2nd.
Issue of Henry & Joane Ferrars:
1/1. William Ferrars                              KO21/351275

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WILLIAM de PAKENHAM

KO23/1376257

of Pakenham, Suffolk, a Judge Temp Edw 1.
Issue:
1/1. Sir Edmund Pakenham                          KO22/688129


ROBERT DE VALOINES

KO23/1376259

Lord of Campress & Orford.
Parents: Robert & Rose (Blount) de Valoines.
Died: 10Edw1. (abt 1284)
Married: Erin de ??lot.
Issue:
1/1. Cecily de Valoines, coheir.

Married: Sir Robert de Clifford, Comptroller of the Household to King Edw 2, father to Robert, Earl of Suffolk.

1/2. Rohesia de Valoines                          KO22/688130


THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY

KO23/1376473

Parents: Maurice, Lord Berkeley & Lora Plantagenet.
Summoned to Parliament 23 June 1295.
Married: Joane, dau of William, Lord earl Ferrars & Derby.
Issue:
1/1. Son Berkeley.
1/2. Sir Thomas Berkeley                          KO22/688237


SIR ADAM de WELLES, LORD WELLES

KO23/1376609

Summoned to Parliament 6 Edw 3. 1333
Parents: Sir Adam & Joane (D'Engain) de Welles.
Married: Eleanor, dau of John, Lord Bardolph.
Issue:
1/1. Sir John de Welles.                          KO22/688305



ROGER BEAUCHAMP

KO23/1376625

of Lidiard Sragoze? & Bletsho.
Lord Chamberlain of the Houshold,
Parents: Mr Beauchamp.
Died: 50Edw3.
Married:

SIBILL PATSHULL

KO23/1376626

eldest sister & coheir of of Sir William Patshull
Parents: Dau of Sir William & Mabel Patshull.
Issue:
1/1. Roger Beauchamp                              KO22/688313



WILLIAM LORD FERRARS

KO23/1405097

of Groby.
Parents: Henry & Isabel Ferrars
Died: 1371.
Married: Margaret, sister of Robert de Clifford, Earl of Suffolk,
         Died: 49 Edward 3rd.
Issue of William & Margaret Ferrars:
1/1. Henry Ferrars                                KO22/702549

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ROBERT DE VALOINES

KO24/2752517

Heir to his brother, Alan.
Parents: Robert & Isabella (Creke) de Valoines.
Married: Rose, dau & coheir of William Lord Blount of Ikesworth.
Issue of Robert & Rose de Valoines:
1/1. Robert de Valoines                           KO23/1376259


MAURICE, LORD BERKELEY

KO24/2752945

Parents: Thomas & Joane (de Someri) Berkeley
Died 4 April 1298
Married:

LORA

KO24/2752946

Parents: dau & coheir of Richard, natural son of King John.
1/1. Thomas, Lord Berkeley                        KO23/1376473


SIR ADAM de WELLES

KO24/2753217


DNB:
Baron, d 1311, held estates in Lincolnshire; accompanied Hugh le Despenser to Gascony, 1294; knighted c. 1296; fought against the Scots 1298, 1300, 1303-4, 1309-10; constable of Rockingham Castle, 1299; summoned to parliament 1299-1311.
PT:
Constable of Rockingham Castle, summoned to Parliament as Lord Welles, 6 Feb 1298
Parents: Sir Robert & Isabelle (de Peritou) de Wells
Married:

JOANE D'ENGAIN

KO24/2753218

Parent: dau & sole heir of John D'Engain
Issue:
1/1.  Sir Adam de Welles, Lord Welles              KO23/1376609


MR BEAUCHAMP

KO24/2753249

Parents: 3rd Son of Walter & Alice Beauchamp.
1/1. Roger Beauchamp                              KO23/1376625


SIR WILLIAM PATSHULL

KO24/2753251

of Bletsho.
Parents: Simon & Isabel de Patshull
Married: Isabel, dau & coheir of William, Lord Grandison.
Issue:
1/1. Sir William Patshull, coheir with sister.
1/2. Sibill Patshull                              KO23/1376626



HENRY, LORD FERRARS

KO24/2810193

of Groby.
Died: 17th Edward 3rd.
Married:

ISABEL DE VERDUN

KO24/2810194

Parents: Theobald & Elizabeth de Verdun
Issue of Henry & Isabel Ferrars:
1/1. William Ferrars                              KO23/1405097

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JOHN DE VALOINES

KO25/5505033

Parents: Roger & Agnes de Valoines.
Married:

ISABELLA CREKE

KO25/5505034

Parents: Robert de Creke
Aunt & coheir to Sarah de Creke.
Issue of Robert & Rose de Valoines:
1/1. Alan de Valoines, died 6R1,sp.  abt 1197
1/2. Robert de Valoines                           KO24/2752517



THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY

KO25/5505889

Parents: Thomas, Lord Berkeley & Joane de Gower
Married: Joane dau to Ralph de Someri, Lord of Campden, Glocester.
1/1. Maurice, Lord Berkeley                       KO24/2752945


RICHARD PLANTEGENET

KO25/5505891

Parents: natural son of John, King of England
DNB possibility:
earl of Cornwall (1209-72), second son of King John.
Married: Rose de Dozver.
1/1. Lora                                         KO24/2752946



SIR ROBERT de WELLES

KO25/5506433

of Alford Cumbersworth & Grimsby, Lincolnshire.
Parents: William de Welle
Married: Isabelle, dau of Adam de Peritou.
1/1. Sir Adam de Welles                           KO24/2753217



JOHN D'ENGAINE

KO25/5506435

Parent: Nicholas D'Engain, Baron of Grimsby, Lincs.
Died: before father.
1/1. John D'Engain                                KO24/2753218
Parent: dau & sole heir of John D'Engain



WALTER BEAUCHAMP

KO25/5506497

of Powick (Worcs) & Alcester
Parents: 2nd son of William & Isabel (Mauduit) Beauchamp.
Died: 56Hen3 (1272)
Married: Alice ...
1/1. Mr Beauchamp, 3rd son.                       KO24/2753249



SIMON DE PATSHULL

KO25/5506501

of Bletsho.
Married: Isabel, dau & heir of John de Steingeur.
Issue:
1/1. Sir William Patshull                         KO24/2753251



THEOBALD DE VERDUN

KO25/5620387

DNB: spelt Verdon.
The younger, (d 1316), baron; son & heir of Theobald de Verdun the elder; substitute for his father in the Scottish Campaign, 1298; knighted 1298; summoned to Parliament 1299; succeeded to the estates 1309; lieutenant of Ireland 1313.
Died: 1315 (PT).
Married:

ELIZABETH de CLARE

KO25/5620388

Parents:  Gilbert & Jean de Clare
Heir to her brother.
Died: 1360
DNB:
(1291?-1360), 3rd daughter of Gilbert de Clare, 9th earl; born at Acre; married, (1) John de Burgh (d 1313), son of Richard, 2nd earl of Ulster;(2) Theobald, Baron Verdon (d. 1316); (3) Robert (or Roger), Baron Damory (d.1321); became (1314), on the death of her brother, Gilbert de Clare, 10th earl, Lady of Clare; endowed 1336, University Hall,(afterwards called Clare Hall or College), and gave it a body of statutes, 1359.
 Issue of Theobald & Elizabeth de Verdun:
1/1. Isabel de Verdun                             KO24/2810194

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ROGER DE VALOINES

KO26/11010065

Baron of Orford,
temp Maud the Empress.
Parents: Peter & Albreda de Valoines.
Married: Agnes.
Issue:
1/1. Son.
1/2. John de Valoines                             KO25/5505033


ROBERT de CREKE

KO26/11010067

Lord of the Manors of Combe & North Creke & Hillingdon in Suffolk.
Issue:
1/1. Isabella Creke                               KO25/5505034
1/2. Bartholomew de Creke

Married: Margaret dau of Geffery Haines
Issue:
2/1. Sarah de Creke, died sp.

Married: Roger FitzPeter FitzRobert.

1/3. Dionysea de Creke.



THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY

KO26/11011777

Parents: Maurice & Alice de Berkeley
Married: Joane, dau & heir to Sir Ralph de Gower, Lord of Wotton.
1/1. Thomas, Lord Berkeley                        KO25/5505889


WILLIAM de WELLES

KO26/11012865

Lord of Wells, 1279.
Parents: Sir Robert & Margery de Welle.
1/1. Sir Robert de Welles                         KO25/5506433


WILLIAM, BARON BEAUCHAMP

KO26/11012993

of Elmsley & Hanslap (Hanslope, Beds).
Parents: Walter & Joane Beauchamp.
Married:

ISABEL MAUDUIT

KO26/11012994

Sister & heir to William Mauduit, Earl of Warwick
Parents: William & Alice (de Newburgh) Mauduit
Issue:
1/1. Walter Beauchamp                             KO25/5506497


THEOBALD DE VERDUN

KO26/1124773

DNB: spelt Verdon.
The elder, (1248?-1309), baron; son & heir of John de Verdon; visited Ireland, 1275, 1285, 1295-9; personally attended the parliament at Lincoln, 1301.
1/1. Theobald de Verdun                           KO25/5620387


GILBERT de CLARE

KO26/11240775

PT:
   Earl of Gloucester
Died: 1295.
Married: Jean of Acres, died 1307.
Parents: King Edward 1st & Queen Eleanor.
DNB:
9th earl of Clare, 7th of Hertford, & 8th of Gloucester (1243-1295), called the Red; son of Richard de Clare, 8th earl; married Alice, niece of Henry III, 1253; succeeded to the earldom, July 1262; refused the oath of allegiance to Prince Edward, 1263; acted with Simon de Montfort, 1263; was reconciled to Henry III Oct 1263; massacred the Jews of Canterbury, 1264; commanded the Centre at Lewes, 1264; quarrelled with Montfort, Nov 1264; protected the banished marcher lords, 1265; fled to the Welsh Marches, 1265; joined Prince Edaward, and prevented Montfort from crossing the Severn, commanded the division at Evesham, Aug 1265; joined Prince Edward in reducing the Cinque Ports, 1266; pleaded for the disinherited barons, 1266; refused to attend parliament, Jan 1267, took London, 1267, but was reconciled to Henry III two months afterwards; took the cross 1268; obtained restoration of their lands to the disinherited barons, 1271; proclaimed Edward 1st, Nov 1272; divorced his first wife, 1271 (or 1285); fought against the Welsh 1276-83; married Joan, daughter of Edward I, 1290; took the cross, 1290; imprisioned for making private war, 1291; driven out of Wales by a native rising, 1294. Joan of Acre, countess of Gloucester & Hertford (1272-1307), 3rd daughter of Edward I and Eleanor of Castile; after 5 years on Spain was betrothed to Hartmwnn, son of Rudolf of Habsburg, 1279; married at Westminster Abbey, 1290, Gilbert de Clare; after his death privately married Ralph de Monthermer, 1297.
Issue of Gilbert & Jean de Clare:
1/1. Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester

Slain at Bannockburn, 1 Edward 3rd.
DNB:
10th earl of Clare, 8th of Hertford, 9th of Gloucester, (1291-1314), son of Gilbert, 9th earl; ward of Ralph de Monthermer, 1296; companion of Edward II; served in Scotland, 1306; summoned to parliament, 1308; commanded the English forces in Scotland, 1309; adhered to Edward II in his dispute with Lancaster, 1310; mediated between Edward II and Lancaster, 1313; killed at Bannockburn, 1314.

1/2. Elizabeth de Clare  (3rd dau)                KO25/5620388


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PETER DE VALOINES

KO27/22020129

In the time of the Conqueror had 12 lordships in Essex 1 in Kent 1 in Linclonshire 17 in Hereford 20 in Norfolk & 6 in Suffolk, founded Priory of Burnham in Norfolk. Baron of Orford in Suffolk.
Married: Albreda, sister to Eudo Dapiser? to King Hen 1.
Issue:
1/1. Roger de Valoines                            KO26/11010065



MAURICE de BERKELEY

KO27/22023553

Parents: Robert FitzHarding & Eva.
Died 16/6/1189.
Married: Alice, dau of Roger de Berkeley, Lord of Dursley.
1/1. Thomas, Lord Berkeley                        KO26/11011777


Sir ROBERT de WELLE

KO27/22025729

Parents: son & heir of Sir William & Emma de Welle.
Died: 1242.
Married: Margery ....
1/1. William de Welles                            KO26/11012865



WALTER BEAUCHAMP

KO27/22025985

Parents: Walter & Bertha Beauchamp
Married: Joane, dau of Roger, Lord Mortimer
Issue:
1/1. William, Baron Beauchamp                     KO26/11012993



WILLIAM MAUDUIT

KO27/22025987

Earl of Warwick & Baron of Hanslap.
Parents: Robert & Isabella Mauduit
Married:

ALICE de NEWBURGH

KO27/22025988

Heir to her brother, earl of Warwick.
Parents: Wateran & Mary (de Bohun) de Newburgh
Issue:
1/1. William, Earl of Warwick.

DNB:
earl of Warwick (1220-1268), became earl of Warwick, in right of his mother, 1263; sided with the barons, but afterwards joined Henry III; surprised and taken prisoner at Warwick Castle, 1264.

1/2. Isabel Mauduit                               KO26/11012994



RICHARD de CLARE

KO27/22481549

DNB:
8th earl of Clare, 6th earl of Hertford & 7th earl of Gloucester (1222- 1262), son of Glibert, 7th earl ; succeeded, while still a minor, 1230; obtained possession of his Glamorgan estates, 1240; defeated by the Welsh, 1244; went of pilgrimage, 1249; visited the pope at Lyons, 1250; refused to join Henry III's expedition to Gascony 1253; envoy to Scotland, 1255, and to Germany, 1256; defeated by the Welsh, 1257; joined Simon de Montfort against the king 1258;, quarrelled with Montfort, 1259; in friendly attendance on the king, 1259-6; quarrelled with Prince Edward, 1261.
Issue of Richard de Clare:
1/1. Gilbert de Clare                             KO26/11240775


KING EDWARD 1st

KO27/22481549

Married: Eleanor
Issue:
1/1. King Edward 2nd
1/2. Jean of Acres.                               KO26/11240776


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ROBERT FITZHARDING

KO28/44047105

Had a grant of the honour and castle of Berkeley, took the name of Berkeley.
DNB:
D. 1170, founder of the second house of Berkeley; probably grandson of Eadnoth, the staller; as reeve of Bristol supported the cause of the Empress Matilda, and bought much property in the west from Robert, Earl of Gloucester; granted by Henry II the Lordship of Berkeley Hernesse; built priory of St Augustine's; now Bristol Cathedral. Eadnoth (d.1067) staller of master of horse  under Edward the Confessor and William I. Slain in battle with sons of Harold, 1067.

Parents: Harding & Livida.
Married: Eva, dau of Godiva, sister of William the Conqueror.
1/1. Maurice de Berkeley                          KO27/22023553


Sir WILLIAM de WELLE

KO28/44051457

Parent: Walter de Welle.
Married: Emma, dau & heir of William, Lord Gremsby.
1/1. Sir Robert de Welle                          KO27/22025729



WALTER BEAUCHAMP

KO28/44051969

Witness to Magna Charta
Parents: William & Joane (Walorick) Beauchamp
Married: Bertha, dau of Lord Bins?
1/1. Walter Beauchamp                             KO27/22025985


ROBERT MAUDUIT

KO28/44051973

Lord Hanslap.
Parent: William Mauduit
Died: 6H3, 1322.
Married: Isabella, dau & coheir of Thurston Basset
Issue:
1/1. William Mauduit                              KO27/22025987


WATERAN de NEWBURGH

KO28/44051975

Earl of Warwick
Parents: Roger & Gundred de Newburgh
Died: 6John
Married: Mary, dau of Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford
Issue:
1/1. Henry de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick

Married: Margery, dau of Henry D'Oyley the elder.
Issue:
2/1. Margery de Newburgh, sp.

Married, 1st: John Marshall, brother to William, Earl of Pembroke
Married, 2nd: John de Plessetis.

2/2. Sir Thomas Newburgh, Earl of Warwick, sp.

Married: Ela, dau of William Longspec, Earl of Salisbury & natural son to King Henry II.

1/2. Alice de Newburgh                            KO27/22025988

Heir to her brother.



GILBERT  de CLARE

KO28/44963097

1/1. Richard de Clare                             KO27/22481549
DNB:
7th earl of Clare, 5th of Hertford & 6th of Gloucester (d.1230), among the 25 barons appointed to carry out Magna Charta, 1215; excommunicated by Innocent III, 1216; succeeded his father in the earldon of Hertford; inherited, through his mother, the earldom of Gloucester, 1217; fought against the Welsh, 1228; attended Henry III to Brittany, 1230.

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HARDING

KO29/82448609

a younger son of the King of Denmark, went to England with William the Conqueror. Married Livida.
1/1. Robert FitzHarding                           KO28/41224305

GODIVA

KO28/82448612

Sister of William the Conqueror.
1/1. Eva                                          KO28/41224306


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WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP

KO29/88103937

Baron Beauchamp.
Parents: William & Maud (Braose) Beauchamp
Died: 3R1, 1192.
Married: Joane, dau of Sir Thomas Walorick
1/1. Walter Beauchamp                             KO28/44051969


WILLIAM MAUDUIT

KO29/88103945

Parents: William & Martha Mauduit
1/1. Robert Mauduit                               KO28/44051973



ROGER de NEWBURGH

KO29/88103949

Parents: Henry & Margaret de Newburgh
Married:

GUNDRED WARREN

KO29/88103950

Parents: William, Earl of Warren & Surrey.
Married, 2nd: William Lambarte, by whom Henry de Lambarte, Standard bearer to King Henry II.
Issue:
1/1. Wateran de Newburgh                          KO28/44051975


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WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP

KO30/176207873

Baron of Elmley
Parents: Walter & Emely (D'Abetot) Beauchamp
Married: Maud, dau of William, Lord Braose of Gower.
1/1. William Beauchamp                            KO29/88103937


WILLIAM MAUDUIT

KO30/176207889

Parents: son & heir of William & Hawise Mauduit, a Norman came in with the Conqueror.
Married: Maud, dau of Nicholas, Lord Hanslap in co. Bucks.
1/1. William Mauduit                              KO29/88103945


HENRY de NEWBURGH

KO30/176207897

Invested Earl of Warick by William the Conqueror
Parents: Roger & Edelina de Bellmont.
Married: Margeret, dau of Jacguinus, Earl of Warwick
1/1. Roger de Newburgh                            KO29/88103949


WILLIAM, EARL of WARREN & SURREY

KO30/176207899

DNB:
second earl of Surrey (d.1138), frequently desribed as earl of Warrene; elder son of William de Warrenne (d.1088); took part in the defence of Courcy against Duke Robert, 1091; unsuccessful suitor, c.1094, for Matilada. afterwards consort of Henry I; joined Duke Robert when he invaded England, 1101; withdrew to Normandy; pardoned by Henry II, 1103; fought in Normandy. 1106, 1119, 1135; attended Stephen's Court 1136.
PT:
Parents: William Earl of Warren & Gundred
1/1. William de Warrenne (DNB), 3rd earl Surry, d.1148.

2/1. Isabel de Warrenne. d. 1199. Heiress of father.

1/1. Gundred                                      KO29/88103950

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WALTER BEAUCHAMP

KO31/352415745

Steward to Henry I.
Parents: 2nd son of Sir Hugh Beauchamp, who came in with the Conqueror
Married: Emily, dau & heir of Urso D'Abetot, Baron of Elmley in co. Wigorn?
1/1. Walter Beauchamp                             KO30/176207873



ROGER de BELLMONT

KO31/352415793

A Norman, Lord of Pontanlomac
Married: Adelina, heir to her brother, dau of Wateron, Earl of Mellent
1/1. Henry de Newburgh                            KO30/176207897
1/2. Hugh, Earl of Mellent, died sp.


WILLIAM, EARL of WARREN & SURREY

KO31/352415797

DNB:
1st Earl of Surrey (d.1088), fought as knight at the Battle of Mortemer, 1054; married Gundrada of Flanders; granted Mortemer Castle by Duke William; fought at Hastings, 1066; recieved great grants of lands and built castles at Lewes in Sussex, Reigate in Surrey, and Castle Acre in Norfolk; granted Conosborough, Yorks, 1069; fought against the refugees in Ely, 1071; joint chief justiciar, 1075; helped to suppress the rebellion of the earls of Hereford and Norfolk; founded the Cluniac priories of St Pancras, Lewes, 1077, and of Castle Acre; fought in Main, 1085; remained faithful to Rufus, 1088; granted the earldom of Surrey, c.1088; fatally wounded at siege of Pevensey Castle.
PT:
Married: Gundred, dau of William the Conqueror
DNB:
Gundrada de Warren (d.1085), wife of William de Warrenne, first Earl of Surrey, and co-founder with him of Lewes Priory, 1077; her tombstone placed in St John's Church, Southover, Lewes, at end of 18th C.

1/1. William Warren.                              KO30/176207899

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WATERAN, EARL of MELLENT

KO32/704831587

Issue:
1/1. Hugh, Earl of Mellent, died sp.
1/2. Adelina                                      KO31/352415794


WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR

KO32/704831593

Duke of Normandy.
1027-1087.
Parents: Natural son of Robert II, duke of Normandy
Married: Matilda only dau to Baldwyn V, Earl of Flanders, also known as "The Godly".


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ROBERT II, DUKE of NORMANDY


Issue:
1/1.  WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR                       KO32/704831593
1/2. GODIVA                                       KO28/82448612




PAKENHAM-UPTON-ORMSBY FAMILY



Issue Date: 28/4/2010

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Sources:

Dublin National Library, 5/2/1998
From Pakenham Papers, PRONI (5/11/96) ref D971/1/...
                            (19/11/97)
Langford Lodge ownership extracts show family tree.
Family tree of Pakenham from Irish Nat Library (PT).
Ancestral File some Pakenham and most Upton & Ormsby.

This file contains brief details of Edward Michael Pakenham and complete ancestry of Catherine Rowley: for Pakenham family see File Pakenham 1.

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Sources:

Dublin National Library, 5/2/1998
From Pakenham Papers, PRONI (5/11/96) ref D971/1/...
                            (19/11/97)
Langford Lodge ownership extracts show family tree.
Family tree of Pakenham from Irish Nat Library (PT).
Ancestral File some Pakenham and most Upton & Ormsby.

This section contains brief details of Edward Michael Pakenham and complete ancestry of Catherine Rowley


Rt Hon EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM,

2nd Baron Longford,
AC08/43  (PPDV-3H)

From Complete Peerage, by GEC & Pakenham Tree:
Born: 1/4/1743 Pakenham Hall, Westmeath. (1/1/1743, Dublin re AF)
Parents: Thomas Pakenham & Elizabeth Cuff.
Died: 3/6/1792 @ Pakenham Hall  (other sources: 3/7/92)
Married 25/6/1768 (PT) (or 15/5 - PRONI) @ St Mary, Dublin:


CATHERINE ROWLEY

(18KN-1CJ)  AC08/44


Born: Abt 1750 <Dublin, Dublin, Ireland> (ref AF)
      1748, of Summerhill, (PT).
Parents: Hercules Rowley & Elizabeth Upton (PRONI)
Died: 12/3/1816
Issue:
1/1: Elizabeth Pakenham (PRONI)                            AC07/22
   See Pakenham1 for remainder of issue


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HERCULES LANGFORD ROWLEY

AC09/87 (FBC7-WV)


Born: of Summerhill, abt 1714
Died: 25/3/1794 aged 80 at Dublin
Parents: Hercules Rowley & Frances Upton
MP for Co Londonderry 1743-60, & Meath 1761 - death.
He left a "clear landed estate" of £18000 pa.
Sir John Blaquiere writes "of very great property - courts popularity & has almost constantly been adverse to government"
Rev John R. Scott:
"His language unadorned by any curious solutions or accurate polish is palin strong and clear ... his manner is warm and spirited and even vehement ... His matter the product of extensive information long thought an old experience, is entitled to and recieves reverent regard.

Married 1732 (PRONI):

ELIZABETH ORMSBY UPTON

AC09/88  (FBC7-X2)

Born: 1713
Parents:
From GEC, Complete Peerage, history of Langfords of Langford Lodge:
Dau & heir of Clotworthy Upton (deceased 1732) of Castle Upton by Jane dau (whose issue became heirs) of John Ormsby of Ballyvenoge Limerick,
Died: 18/12/1791, Summerhill.
Married: 31/8/1732 (m/settlement dated 29/8/1732) Hercules Langford Rowley of Summerhill s & h of Hercules Langford Rowley by Frances dau of Arthur Upton of Castle Upton which Hercules was son & heir of Sir John Rowley & Mary 1st dau & coheir of Sir Hercules Langford of Kilmackedrett.  She was created 19/2/1766 Baroness Summerhill & Viscountess Langford of Langford Lodge, Antrim, with rem to the heirs male of her body by said husband.

7/2009:

http://www.landedestates.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/estate-show.jsp?id=484
The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of Clotworthy Rowley to Letitia, daughter and co-heiress of Samuel Campbell of Mount Campbell. The Rowley family made careers for themselves in the Royal Navy and were mostly absentee landlords. McParlan records that in 1802 William Rowley was a non-resident proprietor in county Leitrim. In 1835 Mount Campbell was let to the inspector of police, Major Warburton. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states, however, that Sir Josias Rowley died at his residence, Mount Campbell, in 1842, when the title became extinct. In the 1870s the Rowley estate amounted to over 2300 acres in county Leitrim. In 1906 William Rowley held over 200 acres of untenanted land and the mansion house at Mount Campbell. Members of the family were High Sheriffs of Leitrim in 1851 and again in 1899.

Issue:
1/1. Hercules Rowley (PRONI)

Ref GEC: Viscount Langford of Langford Lodge & Baron Summerhill,
Born 29/10/1737, MP for Antrim 1783-01
Died: 24/3/1796 unmarried peerage extinct.

1/2. Clotworthy Rowley, 1st Baron Langford of Summerhill (PRONI)

Married: Elizabeth, dau of William Francis Crosbie.
http://www.landedestates.ie:
The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of Clotworthy Rowley to Letitia, daughter and co-heiress of Samuel Campbell of Mount Campbell. The Rowley family made careers for themselves in the Royal Navy and were mostly absentee landlords. McParlan records that in 1802 William Rowley was a non-resident proprietor in county Leitrim. In 1835 Mount Campbell was let to the inspector of police, Major Warburton. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states, however, that Sir Josias Rowley died at his residence, Mount Campbell, in 1842, when the title became extinct. In the 1870s the Rowley estate amounted to over 2300 acres in county Leitrim. In 1906 William Rowley held over 200 acres of untenanted land and the mansion house at Mount Campbell. Members of the family were High Sheriffs of Leitrim in 1851 and again in 1899.
Issue:
2/1. Frances Rowley. See below.

Married 1794:
Clotworthy Rowley, formerly Taylor, 1st Earl of Bective,

1/3. Catherine Rowley (PRONI)

Married: Edward Michael Pakenham, Baron Longford,

1/4. Jane Rowley (83R7-PF) (ref Ancestral File).

Born: Abt 1730 <Of Bective, Meath, Ireland>
Married: Sir Thomas Taylor, Bart. (83R7-N8)
Born: 20 Oct 1724 Of Bective, Meath, Ireland
2/1. Thomas Taylor (83R8-D1)

Born: 18 Nov 1757 Of Bective, Meath, Ire
Married: Mary Quin (FBC8-DF)
Born: <1761 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/2. Hercules Langford Taylor (83R8-F6)

Born:  9 Sep 1759 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/3. Robert Taylor (83R8-GC)

Born: 26 Nov 1760 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/4. Lady Sarah Taylor (83R8-M7)

Born: 10 May 1762 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/5. Clotworthy Taylor (83R8-HJ)

Born: 31 Oct 1763 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>
From GEC, Complete Peerage, history of Langfords of Summerhill:
Clotworthy Rowley, formerly Taylor, 1st Earl of Bective, by Jane, 1st dau of Rt Hon Hercules Langford Rowley & Elizabeth Ormsby sub jure Viscountess Langford.
Married: 1794, Frances only dau & heir of Hon Clotworthy Rowley (2nd son of sub jure Viscountess Langford of Summerhill) & Elizabeth dau of William Francis Crosbie. He assumed name of Rowley 26/4/1796.
Created Baron Langford of Summerhill 31/7/1800
Died 13/9/1825 age 61 in Surrey
Wife died 30/4/1860, aged 85.
Issue:
3/1. Hercules Langford Rowley, 2nd Baron,

Born: 1795
Died: 7/6/1839
Married 1818, Louisa Augusta, dau of William Rhodes.
She married 2nd, George Edward Gustard & died 27/2/1874, aged 80.
4/1. Clotworthy Wellington William Robert Rowley

Born: 24/7/1824
Died: 19/7/1854
Married: 28/7/1846, Louisa Augusta Conolly (g/dau of Admiral Sir Thomas Pakenham) Born 12/6/1822, died swimming in loch, 4/11/1853.
Issue:
5/1. Hercules Edward Rowley, born 1/6/1848.

2/6. Henry Taylor (83R8-JP)

Born: <1765 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/7. Lady Henrietta Taylor (83R8-ND)

Born: 15 Apr 1765 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/8.  Edward Taylor (83R8-KV)

Born: 13 Nov 1768 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/9. Lady Elizabeth Taylor (83R8-L2)

Born: <1770 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

2/10. Lady Catharine Taylor (83R8-PK)

Born: 11 Aug 1773 <Of Bective, Meath, Ire>

 

Name: Count Caragata
Email: countcaragata yahoo.com
10 Dec 2005.

CHARITY MOORE is my Gt-Gt-Gt-Gt-Grandmother. She was born in 1760 at Barne Park, Clonmel, Tipperary, the 5th surviving daughter of Richard Moore (d 1771), of Barne, Clonmel, Tipperary, by his wife Henrietta Taylor (d 1783), daughter of Sir Thomas Taylor, 2nd Baronet, of Headfort, Kells, Meath, Ireland, by his wife, Sarah Graham of Platten Hall, Drogheda, Meath. On March 8th, 1790, at the Dublin residence of her uncle, Sir Thomas Taylor, the 1st Earl of Bective, Charity Moore married COLONEL RICHARD HUTCHINSON LONG [younger son of Edward Long, of Lacken & Cahir Abbey, Tipperary, by his wife, Elizabeth Mauzee] (b 1740, Lacken, Ardfinnan, Tipperary; d July 4, 1814, at Longfield House), of Longfield House, Ardmayle, Cashel, Tipperary; & they had issue: Richard Long II, b ca 1791-95, d 1860, m. Ellen Maher; 2. Edward Thomas Long, b 1799, d 1875, m. 1822, Mary Crozier Clarke (daur of Rev Marshal Clarke of Abbey, Tipperary); 3. Harriet Long, b 1792, d 1889, m. 1821, Capt James Deni!
s O'Kelly (son of Count John James O'Kelly of Montauban, Tarn et Garonne, France; 4. Charity Maria Long, b 1796, d 1874, m. 1821, William Jacob Pennefather of Lakefield, Fethard, Tipperary; 5. Caroline Anna Long, b 1797, d 1875, m. 1823, Samuel Phillips of Gaile, Holycross, Tipperary; & 6. Louisa Salisbury Long, b 1800, d 1892, m. 1829, Samuel Cooper of Killenure Castle, Tipperary. I am descended from the 2nd son, Edward Thomas Long.
Cheers!
Count Caragata

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HERCULES ROWLEY

AC10/173


Parents: Sir John Rowley & Mary (Langford)

Heir to Henry Langford son of Sir Hercules Langford & Mary Upton.
A long judgement on lands in Antrim is copied in the Chadwick Appendix file relating to the ownership of Lands granted to Capt Arthur Langford:

Married 1705 (PRONI):

FRANCES UPTON

AC10/174

Parents:
Ref GEC: Arthur Upton of Castle Upton - this seems best bet from ages &
Ref A/F: Clotworthy Upton (MH6J-5C) & Jane Ormsby (MH6J-6J) (their dau may be Elizabeth Ormsby Upton.  They m. 1712.  Jane son of John Ormsby of Alaka, Limerick).

Issue:
1/1. Hercules Langford Rowley                    AC09/87
Married: Elizabeth Ormsby Upton



CLOTWORTHY UPTON

AC10/175  (MH6J-5C)

Born: <1684, <Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland>
Died: 1732 (GEC)

Married, 2nd, 1706, Margaret Stewart, (dau of William & Margaret (Shaw) Stewart) (GPS756), she died 1707.

Dublin Nat Library has a rent roll for "Mr Upton's estates and debts theron chargeable at the intermarriage with the daughter of Wm Stewart of Killymoon".

   Rent payable: £205-3-4      Freehold:     £377-11-11
   Interest:     £348-0-0      Ld Dungannon: £463-1-0
                 £553-3-4      Other lands:  £364-0-0
                                            £1204-12-11
                               Less          £553-3-4
                               Net:          £651-9-7

Married, 3rd, 1712:

JANE ORMSBY

AC10\176  (MH6J-6J)


Born: Aft 1688, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Parents: John Ormsby (MH6H-TN) & Elizabeth Kingston (MH6J-2T)

Issue:
1/1. Elizabeth Ormsby Upton                                AC09/88

Married: Hercules Langford Rowley.

From GEC, Complete Peerage, history of Langfords of Langford Lodge:
Dau & heir of Clotworthy Upton (deceased 1732) of Castle Upton by Jane dau (whose issue became heirs) of John Ormsby of Ballyevnoge Limerick, Born: 1713


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Sir JOHN ROWLEY

AC11/345


Married 1671 (PRONI):

 

MARY LANGFORD

AC11/346

 

Parents: Sir Hercules Langford & Mary Upton
Dau & coheir of Hercules Rowley of Kilmackedrett.  (PT).
Issue:
1/1. Hercules Rowley                             AC10/173

Married: Frances Upton 1705



ARTHUR UPTON

AC11/347

Issue:
1/1. Frances Upton                                         AC10/174



JOHN ORMSBY

AC11/351   (MH6H-TN)


Born:  7 Aug 1656, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married.: 25 Apr 1685, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Parents: Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-X2) & Mrs-Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-Z7)
Will (ref 60, Irish wills):
John of Alacca, Limerick, dated 13/10/1705, narrate 5/1712.
Son of Arthur the elder of Ballyvenoge, Limerick, wf Elizabeth Ormsby
son John, eldest daughter Jane & younger dau Katherine both under 18.
Mentions: "the great debts the said John Ormsby, the Testator was necessitated to contract to in England for the support of him and his family during the late rebellion in this kingdom." Robert Ormsby the younger son & heir of Robert Ormsby of Dublin. Left lands in Limerick.

Married:

ELIZABETH KINGSTON

AC11/352  (MH6J-2T)


Born: Abt 1664, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Parents: Richard Kingston (MH6J-0H) & Unknown

Issue:
1/1. John Ormsby (MH6J-7P)

Born: Abt 1686, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Died: Bef 1727
Will dated 18/11/1717, codicil 27/6/1724, narrate 21/6/1727. (ref 364): called John Ormsby of Athlacca, Limerick
Married: Mary Cummin (MH6J-FQ) 9 Jun 1716, Dublin, Ireland Dau of Dr Duncan Comyng and Mary his wife.

1/2. Jane Ormsby (MH6J-6J)                                   AC10/176

Married: Clotworthy Upton (MH6J-5C)

1/3. Mary Ormsby (MH6J-46)

Born: Abt 1690, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married: Mr Fitzgerald (MH6J-31)


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Sir HERCULES LANGFORD

AC12/691  (1MRQ-KK6)


Born: <1625, <Of Castle Upton, Antrim, Ireland>
    Also in AF as (18HH-ML6)    Born: <1637 Of, Sommer Hill, Meath,
Parents: Capt Arthur Langford
Married:

MARY UPTON

AC12/692  (1MRQ-KLD)


Born: Abt 1629, of Upton Castle, Antrim
Parents: Henry Upton (1MRQ-KQ7) & Mary Clotworthy (1MRQ-L28)
Issue:
1/1. Sir Arthur Langford,

Will found in Dublin (Irish wills -1745, ref 103):
Sir Arthur Langford of Summerhill, dated 1/12/1715, narrate 9/5/1716:
to be buried in my chapel at Summerhill, Names brother Henry Langford, nephew Hercules Rowley, sister Susanna, niece Laetitia, Lady Viscountess of Ely, Cousin Susanna Clements, her children, Cousin Francis Neale & children, "my cousin William Jenny & his sister Mary Usher" children of my cousin Hercules Burleigh, cousin Theophilus Burleigh, cousin Arthur Burleigh, cousin Hercules Courtney snr & son Francis and Hercules, cousins Hercules Thomas Upton cousin Susanna Cory & 4 sisters.  Thomas Upton, Dublin and others trustees.
Manors in Antrim (incl in Massareen) and Meath and Dublin city & suburbs.

1/2. Henry Langford.

Died without issue 1725.
Ref Rex Arthur Langford Brown (5/2001): left property to "godson" Thomas Brown(maybe illigitimate son by houskeeper); the Langford-Brown family moved to Kingkerswill, Devon. They still own property there.

1/3. Susan Langford.
1/4. Theophilus Langford.
1/5. Mary Langford                               AC11/346
1/6. Ann Langford


ARTHUR ORMSBY

AC12/701 (MH6G-X2)


Born: Abt 1630, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Died: Bef 16 Jul 1692
http://www.landedestates.ie:
The Ballinamore estate, in the parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, was granted to the Ormsbys by patents dated 6 Apr and 6 July 1677. The family had been located in the area for a number of years before that date and purchased land from transplanted persons. Anthony Ormsby of Ballinamore owned 4,492 acres in 1876. Most of the estate was vested in the Congested Districts' Board in 1917 and the house and demesne were sold in 1938. Three younger sons of Thomas Ormsby of Ballinamore acted as agents to various landlords in the locality and lived at Knockmore, Lakelands and Castlelucas.

Married.: Abt 1651, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Parents: Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-LB) & Elizabeth Bridges (MH6G-SC)
Married: Mrs-Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-Z7)
Born: Abt 1634, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland

Issue:
1/1. Margaret Ormsby (MH6H-FL)

Born: Abt 1652, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married: Mr Ormsby (MH6H-DF)

1/2. Elizabeth Ormsby (MH6H-LG)

Born: Abt 1654, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married: Vincent Gooken (MH6H-K9)

1/3. John Ormsby (MH6H-TN)                                 AC11/351
1/4. Arthur Ormsby (MH6H-GR)

Born: Abt 1658, Of, Kilmunchy, Queen, Ireland, Died: Bef 1 Aug 1700
Married: Elizabeth Baltenny (MH6H-HX) Abt 1688 Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick,

1/4. Sarah Ormsby (MH6H-NS)

Born: Abt 1660, Of, Tobervaddy, Limerick, Ireland, Died: Bef 1695
Married: Zachary Ormsby (Vicar Gen of Limrck) (MH6H-MM) Abt 1685, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick,

1/5. Edward Ormsby (MH6H-9W)

Born: Abt 1664, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland, Died: Bef 1695
Married: Mrs-Edward Ormsby (MH6H-B3) Bef 1690, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick,

1/6. Catherine Ormsby (MH6H-8Q)

Born: Abt 1666, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married: Henry Dodwell (MH6H-7K) 13 Jan 1698




RICHARD KINGSTON

AC12/703  (MH6J-0H)


Born: <1638, <Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland>

Issue:
1/1. Elizabeth Kingston (MH6J-2T)                          AC12/352


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Capt ARTHUR LANGFORD

Earl of Antrim
AC13/1381  (18HH-MHK)


Title Earl of Antrim not born out by DNB.
Born: 1609 <Of, Kilmahevil, Antrim, Ireland>

Granted Land in Antrim:
....Towns and Lands of Ballymcnaury Gortvegallen Gortrevad Ballygarlerow Ballinlangie Ballindranagh Ramcahis Aghaunellogh Burlticomell and Ballyclane in the Territory of Killmakerut and County of Antrim and by Letters Patent bearing date the forit of July in the sixth year of the Reign (of Charles I).

Issue:
1/1. Sir Hercules Langford                       AC12/691

Married: Mary Upton (Upton Castle)

1/2. Susanna Longford (18HH-MK0)

Born: Abt 1635 Of, Kilmahevil, Antrim, Ireland
Married: Capt. Francis Courtenay (18HH-MBJ)
Born: Abt 1631 Of, Aughagallen, Antrim, Ireland
Issue:
2/1. Hercules Courtenay (18HH-MMD)

Born: Abt 1657 Of, Kilnish, West Meath, Ireland
Married: Mary Gilbert (18HH-MSF)
Born: <1661 Of, Renistown, West Meath, Ireland
3/2. Hercules Courtenay (18HH-MTM)

Born: Abt 1683 Of, Kilnish, West Meath, Ireland
Married: Dorothy Van Der Sheldon (18HH-MZG) Born: <1687 Dordetast, Holland>




HENRY UPTON

AC13/1383  (1MRQ-KQ7)


Born: Abt 1592, Castle Upton, Antrim, Ireland
Chr.:  6 Sep 1592, Of Castle Upton, Antrim, Ireland
Parents: Arthur Upton (1MRQ-KML) & Gertrude Fortescue (1MRQ-L5V)
Married.: Abt 1622


MARY CLOTWORTHY

AC13/1384  (1MRQ-L28)


Born: Abt 1601, Of Antrim, Antrim, Ireland
Parents: Sir Hugh Clotworthy (1MRQ-LLK) & Mary Langford (1MRQ-L0T)

Issue:
1/1. Arthur Upton (1MRQ-JZH)

Born:  3 May 1623, Of Castle Upton, Antrim, Ireland
Married: Dorothy Beresford (1MRQ-KXG) Abt 1653
DNB:
(1623-1706), Irish Presbyterian; a Royalist; refused the "Engagement" sat in the Irish parliament successively for Carrickfergus and Co. Antrim, 1661-1701; raised a foot regiment for William III; attained by James II's Irish parliament, 1689.

1/2. John Upton (1MRQ-K0N)

Born: Abt 1625, Of Castle Upton, Antrim, Ireland

1/3. Henry Upton (1MRQ-K1V)

Born: Abt 1627, Of Castle Upton, Antrim,

1/4. Mary Upton (1MRQ-KLD)                                 AC12/692

Married: Sir Hercules Langford (1MRQ-KK6)




ARTHUR ORMSBY

AC13/1405  (MH6G-LB)


Born: Abt 1609, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married.: Abt 1629 , Of, Alcester, Warwickshire, England
Parents: Edward Ormsby [Esquire] (MH68-VV) & Sarah BRIDGES (MH68-W2)
Married:

ELIZABETH BRIDGES

AC13/1406  (MH6G-SC)

 

Born: Abt 1609, Of, Alcester, Warwickshire, England
Parents: John Bridges (MH6G-Q1) & Unknown

Issue:
1/1. Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-X2)                               AC12/703

Born: Abt 1630, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Died: Bef 16 Jul 1692,
Married: Mrs Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-Z7) Abt 1651, Ballyvenogue,

1/2. John Ormsby (MH6G-TJ)

Born: Abt 1632, Of, Ballyvenogue, Limerick, Ireland
Married: Mrs-John Ormsby (MH6G-VP) Abt 1662, Of, Ballyvenogue,

 

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ARTHUR UPTON

AC14/2765  (1MRQ-KML)


Born: Abt 1564, Of Lupton, Devon, England
Bur.: 11 Mar. 1617
Married.: Abt 1589

GERTRUDE FORTESCUE

AC14/2766  (1MRQ-L5V)


Born: Abt 1568, Of Filleigh, Devon, England
Bur.: 14 Feb 1597,
Parents: Hugh Fortescue (1MRQ-L3G) & Unknown

Issue:
1/1. John Upton (1MRQ-KSM)

Born:  7 Apr 1590, Upton, Devon, England   Bur.: 12 Sep 1641
Married: Dorothy Rous (1MRQ-KTT) 23 Feb 1621

1/2. William Upton (1MRQ-KRF)

Chr.: 15 Jul 1591, Brixton, Devon, England

1/3. Henry Upton (1MRQ-KQ7)                                AC13/1383

Married: Mary Clotworthy (1MRQ-L28) Abt 1622




Sir HUGH CLOTWORTHY

AC14/2767  (1MRQ-LLK)


Born: Abt 1569, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Died: 12 Feb 1630, Antrim, Antrim, Ireland
Parents: Thomas Clotworthy (1LMR-NMR) & Dorothy Parker (1LMR-NN0)
Married Abt 1694:

MARY LANGFORD

AC14/2768   (1MRQ-L0T)


Born: Abt 1573, Weadown, Devon, England

Issue:
1/1. Sir John Clotworthy (1MRQ-L63)   AF:

Born: Abt 1595, Of Messereene, Antrim, Ireland
Died: 23 Feb 1665
Married: Margaret Jones (1MRQ-L79)
DNB:
first Viscount Massereene (d.1665), an Antrim landowner; opponent of Strafford's Irish administration; M.P., Maldon, 1640; a manager of proceedings against Strafford; joined on the proscution of Laud; annoyed Laud on the scaffold, 1645; accused by the army's leaders of embezzlement, 1647; expelled from the Commons, Jan 1648; replaced June 1648; imprisioned 1653-4; agent in England for the Irish adventurers and landholding soldiers, 1660; created Viscount Massereene, 1660.

1/2. Mary Clotworthy (1MRQ-L28)                            AC13/1384

Married: Henry Upton (1MRQ-KQ7)




EDWARD ORMSBY (Esquire)

AC14/2809  (MH68-VV)

Born: Abt 1590, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Died: Aft 13 Jul 1664
Married.: Abt 1608, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Parents: Edmond Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-J5) & Susanna Kelke (MH68-FM)

Married:

SARAH BRIDGES

AC14/2810  (MH68-W2)

 

Born: Abt 1588, Of, Altheleague, Roscommon, Ireland
Issue:

1/1. Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-LB)                               AC13/1405
1/2. Mary Ormsby (MH6G-GM)

Born: Abt 1610, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: Ralph Fenwick (MH6G-FG)

1/3. Anne Ormsby (MH6G-D9)

Born: Abt 1614, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: John Mathews (MH6G-C4)

1/4. Robert Or Nagliggerna Ormsby (MH6Z-K7)

Born: Abt 1615, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Died: 12 Apr 1664, Ulster, Northern Ireland Bur.: 21 Apr 1664
Married (1): Miss Gilbert (MH6J-J8) Abt 1641, Of, Kilminchy, Queens.
Married (2): Mrs Robert Ormsby (MH6Z-LD)

1/5. Margaret Ormsby (MH6F-XW)

Born: Abt 1616, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: John Kelly (MH6F-WQ)

1/6. Sarah Ormsby (MH69-32)

Born: Abt 1618, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon,

1/7. George Ormsby (Esquire) (MH6F-R2)

Born: Abt 1623, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Died: Aft 29 Jun 1679
Married: Mary Cooper (MH6G-K5) Abt 1644, Of, Markree, Sligo, Ireland

1/8. Miss Ormsby (MH6F-QV)

Born: Abt 1624, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: Charles Holcroft (MH6F-PP)

1/9. Miss Ormsby (MH6F-NJ)

Born: Abt 1626, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: John Bingham (MH6F-MC)

1/10. Susannah Ormsby (MH6F-K1)

Born: Abt 1627, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland Died: 29 Sep 1659
Married: Robert Blakeney (MH6F-JT)




JOHN BRIDGES

AC14/2811  (MH6G-Q1)

Born: <1583, <Of, Alcester, Warwickshire, England>

Issue:
1/1. Elizabeth Bridges (MH6G-SC)                           AC13/1406

Married: Arthur Ormsby (MH6G-LB)


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HUGH FORTESCUE

AC15/5531  (1MRQ-L3G)


Born: <1542, of Filleigh, Devon?<Of Filleigh, Devon, England>
Issue:
1/1. Gertrude Fortescue (1MRQ-L5V)                         AC14/2766

Married: Arthur Upton (1MRQ-KML)




THOMAS CLOTWORTHY

AC15/5534  (1LMR-NMR)


Born: 1536, Rashleigh, Devon, England
Parents: Thomas Clotworthy (1MRQ-MXS) & Abbot RASHLEY (1MRQ-MT6)
Also Married: Elizabeth Downman (1MRQ-M8N) Abt 1561 & Emmot Radley (1MRQ-M4T) Abt 1562
Married Abt 1566:

DOROTHY PARKER

AC15/5535  (1LMR-NN0)


Born: Abt 1545, North Molton, Devon, England
Died: 30 Aug 1630
Parents: John Parker (HNB4-P3) & Elizabeth Ellicott (HNB4-Q8)

Issue:
1/1. Simon Clotworthy (1MRQ-LSS)

Born: Abt 1567, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Married: Mary Rashley (1MRQ-LT1)

1/2. Sir Hugh Clotworthy (1MRQ-LLK)                        AC14/2767

Married: Mary Langford (1MRQ-L0T)

1/3. Lewis Clotworthy (1MRQ-LV7)

Born: Abt 1571, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Married: Dorcas Traver (1MRQ-LWF)

1/4. Grace Clotworthy (1MRQ-LZT)

Born: Abt 1575, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Married: Robert Collynes (1MRQ-LXM)

1/5. Sarah Clotworthy (1MRQ-M17)

Born: Abt 1577, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Married: Jasper Horasey (1MRQ-M01)

1/6. Joan Clotworthy (1MRQ-M3M)

Born: Abt 1579, Clotworthy, Devon, England
Married: George Luxton (1MRQ-M2F)



EDMOND Ormesby Or ORMSBY

AC15/5617  (MH68-J5)


Born: Abt 1558, Of, Cloumonieghan, Sligo/Connacht, Ireland
Parents: Thomas Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-0D) & Miss Malby (MH68-58)
Married (2): Elizabeth Newman (MH68-KB)
Abt 1593, Of, Cloumonieghan, Sligo, Connacht, Ireland

purchased lands of Cloumonieghan, in County Sligo in the reign of James I (1566-1625).

Married (1): Abt 1582, Of, Cloumonieghan,

SUSANNA KELKE

AC15/5618  (MH68-FM)


Born: Abt 1562, Of, Cloumonieghan, Sligo/Connacht,
Parents: Kelke (Colonel) (MH68-C9) & Unknown

Issue:
1/1. Anthony Ormsby [Esquire] (MH69-XC)

Born: Abt 1584, Of Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Connacht, Ireland
Died:  3 Jun 1630
Married: Honora Bermingham (MH69-W6)
Married (1): Abt 1610, Of, Tobervaddy, Roscommon, Ireland
Married: Margaret Crompton (MH6B-21) Abt 1629, Of, Aughrim, Roscommon,

1/2. Edward Ormsby (Esquire) (MH68-VV)                     AC14/2809

Married: Sarah Bridges (MH68-W2)

1/3. Malby Ormsby (Esquire) (MH69-8W)

Born: Abt 1592, Of, Cloghan Mayo, Connacht, Ireland
Married: Rose O'Naghten (MH69-93) Abt 1615, Of, Cloghan, Mayo,
2/1. John Ormsby of Cloghan, Co. Mayo, Esq. married Winifred Jordan.

3/1. Robert Ormsby of Cloghan, Co. Mayo, Esq.

His will is dated 6 Dec. 1700.
He married Mary, daughter of Robert Blakeney.
4/1. Oliver Ormsby, m.Deborah, daughter of Col. Barry.

5/1. John Ormsby of Pittsburgh, Pa.,

of this book, The Ormsby Family of Pittsburgh, Penn. by Oliver Ormsby Page (1892) re. email Char Ormsby, Florida 1/2005

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THOMAS CLOTWORTHY

AC16/11065  (1MRQ-MXS)


Born: Abt 1510 Clotworthy, Devon, England
Parents: John Clotworthy (1MRQ-MVD) & Margaret Clement (1MRQ-MWL)

Died:  4 Feb 1576
Married.: Abt 1535
Married:

ABBOT RASHLEY

AC16/11066  (1MRQ-MT6)


Born: Abt 1514, Rashleigh, Devon, England
Parents: Thomas Rashley (1MRQ-MRR) & Unknown
Issue:

1/1. Thomas Clotworthy (1LMR-NMR)                          AC15/5533

Married: Dorothy Parker (1LMR-NN0)

1/2. Abbot Clotworthy (1MRQ-N06)

Born: Abt 1538, Rashleigh, Devon, England
Married: John Evans (1MRQ-MZ1)

1/3. Ellinor Clotworthy (1MRQ-N2L)

Born: Abt 1540, Rashleigh, Devon, England
Married: John Densham (1MRQ-N1D)

1/4. Anthony Clotworthy (1MRQ-N3S)

Born: Abt 1542, Rashleigh, Devon, England   Died: 1583
Married: Alice (1MRQ-N41)

1/5. John Clotworthy (1MRQ-MH4)

Born: Abt 1543, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/6. Humphrey Clotworthy (1MRQ-MJB)

Born: Abt 1545, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/7. Mary Clotworthy (1MRQ-MKJ)

Born: Abt 1547, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/8. William Clotworthy (1MRQ-MLQ)

Born: Abt 1549, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/9. Tibott Clotworthy (1MRQ-MMX)

Born: Abt 1550, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/10. Edward Clotworthy (1MRQ-MN5)

Born: Abt 1552, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/11. Robert Clotworthy (1MRQ-MPC)

Born: Abt 1553, Rashleigh, Devon, England

1/12. Philip Clotworthy (1MRQ-MQK)

Born: Abt 1555, Rashleigh, Devon, England




JOHN PARKER

AC16/11067  (HNB4-P3)


Born: 1520, N. Molton, Devonshire, England
Parents: Thomas Parker (FBKX-84) & Elizabeth Frye (FBKX-99)
Married.: Abt 1540:

ELIZABETH ELLICOTT

AC16/11068  (HNB4-Q8)

Born: 1520, Of N. Molton, Devonshire, England

Parents: Thomas Ellicott (1LMR-NXM) & Mrs Thomas Ellicott (1LMR-NZT)

 

Issue:

1/1. Agneta (Anne) Parker (B1NS-F1)

Born: Abt 1541, North Molton, Devonshire, England
Married: Sir William Periam (8N43-B6)

1/2. Dorothy Parker (1LMR-NN0)                             AC15/5534

Married: Thomas Clotworthy (1LMR-NMR)

1/3. Edmund Parker [Esquire] (18HN-9GB)

Born: Abt 1546, North Molton, Devon, England Bur.: 29 Aug 1635
Married: Dorothy Smith (18HN-9HJ)

1/4. Mary Parker (1LMR-NRL)

Born: Abt 1548, North Molton, Devon, England
Married: Anthony Copleston (1LMR-NQD)

1/5. Elizabeth Parker (1LMR-MBQ)

Born: Abt 1550, North Molton, , Devon, England

1/6. Phillippa Parker (1LMR-MCX)

Born: Abt 1554, North Molton, , Devon, England

1/7. Alice Parker (1LMR-NT1)

Born: Abt 1557, North Molton, , Devon, England
Married: Thomas Courtnay (1LMR-NSS)

1/8. Agnes Parker (1LMR-MFC)

Born: Abt 1559, North Molton, , Devon, England



THOMAS Ormesby Or ORMSBY

AC16/11233  (MH68-0D)


Born: Abt 1526, Of, Portney, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: Mr & Mrs Phillip (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ3-9H) & (MLJ3-BN)

a younger son, who came over to Ireland early in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. He was living in the year 1569. He married a daughter of Henry Malby, son of Sir Nicholas Malby, chief commander of the English forces in Connaught in the time of Queen Elizabeth. Ref.: "The English in Ireland in the 18th Century"  by James Anthony Froude. Note: This appears to be the beginning of the Family in Ireland, coming from a splinter of the Lincolnshire, England family. The author continues with the Irish branch as given by Fuller.


Married.: Abt 1556 , Of, Cloumonieghan, Sligo, Ireland

Miss MALBY

AC16/11234  (MH68-58)


Born: Abt 1530, Of, Connacht, Ireland
Parents: Henry Malby (MH68-3W)

Issue:
1/1. Edmond Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-J5)                    AC15/5617

Married: Susanna Kelke (MH68-FM)



Colonel KELKE

AC16/11235  (MH68-C9)


Born: <1536, <Of, Cloumonieghan, Sligo/Connacht, Ireland>

Issue:
1/1. Susanna Kelke (MH68-FM)                               AC15/5618

Married: Edmond Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-J5)



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JOHN CLOTWORTHY

AC17/22129  (1MRQ-MVD)


Born: <1484, <Clotworthy, Devon, England>
Married:

MARGARET CLEMENT

AC17/22130  (1MRQ-MWL)


Born: <1488, <Clotworthy, Devon, England>

Issue:
1/1. Thomas Clotworthy (1MRQ-MXS)                          AC16/11065

Married: Abbot Rashley (1MRQ-MT6)



THOMAS PARKER

AC17/22133  (FBKX-84)


Born: <1496, N Molton, Devon<Of, Fryhall, Devonshire, England>
Married:

ELIZABETH FRYE

AC17/22134  (FBKX-99)

Born: 1500, Of, Fryhall, Devonshire, England

 

Issue:

1/1. Anne (Agnes) Parker (18J4-SDD)

Born: Abt 1517, Of, North Molton, Devonshire,
Married: Edmond Mathew (18J4-RXJ) Abt 1533, North Molton, Devonshire,

1/2. John Parker (HNB4-P3)                                 AC16/11067

Married: Elizabeth Ellicott (HNB4-Q8)

1/3. Mary Parker (847C-N7)
Born: Abt 1522, Of South Moulton, Dvnshr, Engl
Married: George Hext (847C-M2) 1 Jun 1545
Also married: John Newcourt (FBKX-BG)

 

 

 

PHILLIP (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC17/22465  (MLJ3-9H)


Born: Abt 1494, Of, Portney, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: William Ormsby (MLJ3-3G) & Katherine Asfordby (MLJ3-8B)

Issue:
1/1. Thomas Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-0D)                    AC16/11233

Married: Miss Malby (MH68-58)



HENRY MALBY

AC17/22467  (MH68-3W)

 

Born: <1504, <Of, Connacht, Ireland>

Issue:
1/1. Miss Malby (MH68-58)                                  AC16/11234
   Married: Thomas Ormesby Or Ormsby (MH68-0D)


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WILLIAM (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC18/44929  (MLJ3-3G)

 

Born: Abt 1462, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: John (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-V9) & Miss Heron (MLJ2-WG)
Married.: Abt 1492, Of, Portney, Lincolnshire,

 

KATHERINE ASFORDBY

AC18/44930  (MLJ3-8B)


Born: Abt 1466, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: John Asfordby (MLJ3-60)

Issue:
1/1. Phillip (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ3-9H)                    AC17/22465

 


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19     th Generation

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JOHN (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC19/89857  (MLJ2-V9)


Born: Abt 1428, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: William (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-RR)

Married.: Abt 1452, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire,

MISS HERON

AC19/89858  (MLJ2-WG)


Born: Abt 1432, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England

Issue:
1/1. Thomas (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ3-0X)

Born: Abt 1454, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England
Married: Joan Tyvoce (MLJ3-14) Abt 1474, Of, Partney, Lincolnshire,

1/2.  William (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ3-3G)                    AC18/44929

Married: Katherine Asfordby (MLJ3-8B)




JOHN ASFORDBY

AC19/89859  (MLJ3-60)

Born: <1440, <Of, Partney, Lincolnshire, England>

Issue:
1/1. Katherine Asfordby (MLJ3-8B)                          AC18/44930

Married: William (Ormesby) Ormsby (AFN:MLJ3-3G)


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20     th Generation

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WILLIAM (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC20/179713  (MLJ2-RR)


Born: Abt 1396, Of, Portown, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Robert (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-N8)
Issue:
1/1. John (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-V9)                       AC19/89857

Married: Miss Heron (MLJ2-WG)


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21     st Generation

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ROBERT (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC21/359425  (MLJ2-N8)


Born: Abt 1364, Of, Portown, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: Richard (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-KQ)


Issue:
1/1. William (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-RR)                    AC20/179713

Married: Mrs-William (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-SX)


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22     nd Generation

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RICHARD (Ormesby) ORMSBY

AC22/718849  (MLJ2-KQ)

 

Born: Abt 1332, Of, Portown, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Roger Ormesby (MLJ1-JF)

Issue:
1/1. Robert (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-N8)                     AC21/359425

Married: Mrs-Robert (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-PF)
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23     rd Generation

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ROGER ORMESBY

AC23/1437697  (MLJ1-JF)


Born: Abt 1300, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: John Ormesby (MLJ1-WB) & Anne Lamworth (MLJ1-MX)


Issue:
1/1. Richard (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-KQ)                    AC22/718849

Married: Mrs-Richard (Ormesby) Ormsby (MLJ2-LW)

 

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24     th Generation

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JOHN ORMESBY – abt 1268

AC24/2875393  (MLJ1-WB)

 

Born: Abt 1268, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: William Ormesby (AFN:MLJ2-0S) & Anne Meeres (MLJ1-V5)
Married.: Abt 1295, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England

ANNE LAMWORTH

AC24/2875394  (MLJ1-MX)


Born: Abt 1272, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: Sir Nicholas Lamworth (MLJ1-KL) & Unknown

Issue:
1/1. Thomas Ormesby (MLJ1-N4)

Born: Abt 1296, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Married: Margaret Mrs Ormesby (MLJ1-P9)

1/2. John Ormesby (MLJ1-QG)

Born: Abt 1298, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Married: Lucy Copledike (MLJ4-D5) Abt 1342, Of, Herrington, Durham,

1/3. Roger Ormesby (MLJ1-JF)                     AC24/1437697

Married: Mrs-Roger Ormesby (MLJ1-BD)


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25     th Generation

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WILLIAM ORMESBY

AC25/5750785  (MLJ2-0S)


Born: Abt 1236, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Ansketill De Ormesby (MLJ2-3B) & Agnes Langton (MLJ1-ZN)
Married.: Abt 1266, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire,

ANNE MEERES

AC25/5750786  (MLJ1-V5)


Born: Abt 1240, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England

Issue:
1/1. John Ormesby (MLJ1-WB)                      AC24/2875393

Married: Anne Lamworth (MLJ1-MX)



Sir NICHOLAS LAMWORTH

AC25/5750787  (MLJ1-KL)


Born: <1246, <Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England>
Issue:
1/1. Anne Lamworth (MLJ1-MX)

Married: John Ormesby (MLJ1-WB)

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26     th Generation

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ANSKETILL De ORMESBY

AC26/11501569  (MLJ2-3B)


Born: Abt 1182, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Richard De Ormesby (MLJ2-6T)
Married.: Abt 1235, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire,

AGNES LANGTON

AC26/11501570  (MLJ1-ZN)


Born: Abt 1203, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Issue:
1/1. William Ormesby (MLJ2-0S)                   AC25/5750785

Married: Anne Meeres (MLJ1-V5)

 

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27     th Generation

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RICHARD De ORMESBY

AC27/23003137  (MLJ2-6T)


Born: Abt 1150, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Oswald De Ormesby (MLJ2-9C) & Anastatia

Issue:
1/1. Ansketill De Ormesby (MLJ2-3B)              AC26/11501569

Married: Agnes Langton (MLJ1-ZN)

 

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28     th Generation

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OSWALD De ORMESBY

AC28/46006273  (MLJ2-9C)

Born: Abt 1117, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England England
Parents: Oswald De Ormesby (MLJ2-DV)
Married.: Abt 1148, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire,


ANASTATIA Mrs De Ormesby

(MLJ2-5N)

Born: Abt 1121, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Issue:
1/1. Richard De Ormesby (MLJ2-6T)                AC27/23003137


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29     th Generation

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OSWALD De ORMESBY

AC29/92012546  (MLJ2-DV)

Born: Abt 1085, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: William De Ormesby (MLJ2-JK) & Emma SMART (MLJ2-CP) who was the founder of the priory of Ormesby in the time of Henry II,
Married.: Abt 1115, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire,
Issue:
1/1. Oswald De Ormesby (MLJ2-9C)                 AC28/46006273


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30     th Generation

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WILLIAM De ORMESBY

AC30/182023091  (MLJ2-JK)

Born: Abt 1052, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: Richard De Ormesby (MLJ2-G7)

Married.: Abt 1083, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire,
Married:

EMMA SMART

(MLJ2-CP)

Born: Abt 1056, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England
Issue:
1/1. Oswald De Ormesby (MLJ2-DV)                 AC29/92012546
1/2.  Simon De Ormesby (MLJ2-F2)

Born: Abt 1087, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England



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31     st Generation

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RICHARD De ORMESBY

AC31/364046181  (MLJ2-G7)


Born: Abt 1020, Of, Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England

who held lands of Ormesby in the county of Loncolnshire, England. The King gave him, after the Conquest, all the lands he possessed before.
Issue:
1/1. William De Ormesby (MLJ2-JK)                AC30/182023091



Hercules Rowley Esq’re Plaintiff John Moore and Thomas Jackson Defendants


Tuesday the 16th July 1734
Lord Chancellor
Between Hercules Rowley Esq’re,Plaintiff
John Moore and Thomas Jackson, Defendants


The Plaintiff having eachibilled his Bill in this Honble Court thereby setting forth that his Majesty King Charles the first being among other lands seized of and entitled to the Towns and Lands of Ballymcnaury Gortvegallen Gortrevad Ballygarlerow Ballinlangie Ballindranagh Ramcahis Aghaunellogh Burlticomell and Ballyclane in the Territory of Killmakerut and County of Antrim
 and by Letters Patent bearing date the forit of July in the sixth year of the Reign for the Consideration therein ment’d Grant said Lands to  Arthur Langford his Heirs and Assigns who by virtue of such Grant became Seized thereof
That said  Arthur Langford by virtue of said Grant entered into actual possession of all the said Lands which were  not in use and Received the rents of such of said lands as were then in the Lease
That said Lands of  Ballindreinagh were then in Lease for some long term of years at the yearly Rent of twenty Shillings which Rent was paid to said Arthur Langford during his life
That the interest of and in said Lease came to Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen who enjoyed said Lands of Ballindreinagh and Claimed no other  Interest therein but for a term of Years and paid the Rent of twenty Shillings reserved thereout to the said Arthur Langford and those deriving under them.
That said Arthur Langford died some time in the year and said Lands and the Reversion of Ballindreinagh and said other Lands descended or otherwise came to Sir Arthur Langford Eldest son and heir of said In Arthur and said Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen or those under whom he derived paid said rent of twenty schillings issuing out of said Lands of Ballindreinagh to Sir Hercules Langford
That said In Hercules died some time in the year and said other Lands ment’d in said Patent and the reversion of said Lands of Ballindreinagh descended or otherwise came to Sir Arthur Langford eldest Son and Heir of said Sir Hercules and the Tenants of said

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Lands of Ballindreinagh offered to pay said Rent of twenty Shillings to said Sir Arthur who refused to accept the same alleging said term was espired and that he was entitled to the possession of the said Lands
That Clothworthy late Lord Visc't Massareen or some persons impowered by them or one of them being in Possession of said Lands as Tenants and Claiming only a Lease thereof did sell and Convey all their Right title and Interest in said Lands of Ballindreinagh to Wm Moore father of the Defendant John and Defendant Jackson by virtue of which Conveyance said Moore and Jackson Came into possession of the said Lands of Ballindreinagh That in the Conveyance so made to the said Moore and Jackson it is mentioned that the Interest Conveyed to them is only a Leasehold Interest
That said Moore and Jackson but accordingly but a small value for the same there being but a small term of Years to Come of said Lease appeared by said Conveyance and that the Counterpart of said Lease was then delivered over to the said Moore and Jackson
That if the Inheritance of the said Lease had been to be sold the price which was paid by said Moore and Jackson would have been Equal to the Inheritance of said Lands said Lands being worth four hundred pounds per Annum
That said Sir Arthur Langford died some time in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixteen without Issue and by his Will duly executed devised all his Estate Lying in the County of Antrim to Henry Langford who was his brother and heir afterwards Sir Henry for and during his natural life remainder to the first and every other son of the said Henry in Tail male and for want of such Issue to youn orator who was his Nephew and Heir to the said Henry That on the death of the said Sir Arthur the said Sir Henry his Brother Received the Rents of the said Lands so lying in said County of Antrim and so Granted by said Patent and particularly received said Rent of Twenty Shillings so received out of said lands of Ballindreinagh from said Moore and Jackson who purchased said lease
That said Sir Henry Langford died in the Year one thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty five without issue by whom death Plt who is also heir to said Sir Henry became entitled to said lands.
That Plt

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Soon after he became so intitled applied by Hercules Ryton Esq’re who managed for Plt in said County Antrim for payment of said Rent of said Lands of Ballindreinagh to Plt. Moore who is the Son of Executor or Admir of said Wm Moore and said John applied to said Moore and Jackson to know when said Lease of said Land espired and to see the Counterpart thereof and the Conveyance under which they derive and if it was to let Plt into Possession of said Lands and to account for such time as they held over upon which application said Defendants funding Plt had not the Counterpart of said Lease as by the Def(    ) then they pretended to and set up for the Inheritance of said Lands and Insisted on their long Possession and pretended said Lands are Called Ballindreinagh by which name it is Called in the Letters Patents tho they well know that plt is in the possession of all the other Lands mentioned in said Patent and that Lands which they now Call Ballindreinagh bye near said other Lands in the Territory mentioned in the said Letters Patent and that there are not two Denominates one called Ballingdrentagh and the other Ballindrinagh but well knew and Believed that the Lands which they now Call Ballindrintagh are the same Lands Called in such Letters Patend by the name of Ballindrinagh and they bought only a Leasehold Interest and paid a Proportionable Purchase or the same and paid Rent and offered to pay Plt yet they fraudulently set up  for the Inheritance Therefore that Plt might have a discovery and might have an account of the Rent reserved if said term is yet unexpired That he might by the Injon of this Honble Court be put into the possession thereof and have an account of the profits thereof from the expiration and be further relieved according to the nature and Equity of his Case with prayer of Lima and Injon was the Scope of the Bill and the Defendant John Moore and Thomas Jackson having put in their answers to said Bill sayed they did not know any Town or Land Called Ballindreinagh or that King Charles the first was

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At any time seized or intitled to any such Town or Lands and as to the other Lands mentioned in the Bill know not whether King Charles the first was seized thereof or entitled thereto or We’r he made such Grant thereof to Arthur Langford in Bill but referred to said Letters Patent when produced and heard and believed that Hugh Merga O’Neill was in the Year one thousand six hundred and nineteen and for some time before and after seized in fee Simple of and in the Town and Lands of Ballindrintagh alias Crosley in the Barony of Massareen and County of Antrim and being so seized did the Eleventh day of June by Indenture between him and Bryan Modder O’Neil demise said Town and Lands to said O’Neill for the sum of one hundred and seventy nine years to Commence from the date of said Indenture at the Yearly Rent of twenty shillings as by said Indenture had Defendants the same to produce might appear Heard and was Believed that said Leasehold Interest by the forfeiture of Bryan Modder O’Neill becomes Vested in his Majesty King Charles the second and that he by Indenture under the Great Seal of Ireland Bearing date the fifteenth day of February one thousand six hundred and ninety nine Granted and Demised said Town and Lands of Ballindrintagh alias Crosby to the Right Honble John Lord Visc’t Massareen for the remainder of said term of one hundred and seventy nine years under a Certain quit Rent payable to his Majesty his heirs and Successors and that by means thereof said John Lord Massareen became intitled to and possessed of said Town and Lands of Ballindrintagh and said John Lord Massareen being the Surviving Executor of his said father dyed possessed of Towns and Lands having first made his Will and thereof appointed his Son Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen his Sccor who by means thereof became Intitled to and possr of said Lands of Ballindrintagh alias Crosley Heard and Believed said Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen did some time in the year one thousand seven hundred and five convey and assign over into said Town and Lands of Ballindrintagh alias Crosley to James McCartney John O’Neill and others in the answer ment’d for Certain purposed in said Deed mentioned That some time before the twenty fifth
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Fifth of March one thousand Seven hundred and Eight William Moore father to Defendant John and George Jackson father to Defendant Thomas came to an Agreement with said Clothworty late Lord Visc’t Massareen and his said Trustees for the purchase of said Leasehold Interest of said Lands of Ballindreinagh and it being agreed that Jackson accordingly paid the same on the twenty fifth of March one thousand seven hundred and Eight and by one Indenture bearing date the same day said Land Trustees by the Consent and approbation of the said Lord Massareen and of his Eldest Son Clothworthy now Lord Visc’t Massareen certified by their being parties thereto granted Conveyed and Assigned over to the said Wm Moore and George Jackson said Town and Lands of Ballindreinagh alias Crosley for and during the Remainder of said Term of one hundred and twenty nine years demised by Hugh Merga O’Neill to said Bryan Madder O’Neill subject to the Reservations in the said Indenture of Lease and said Demise or Grant from his said late Majesty and by one other Indenture bearing date the Ninth of March one thousand seven hundred and eighty reciting said Lord Massareen Title said Lord Massareen in Consideration of said one thousand five hundred pounds paid to him by said Moore and Jackson Granted assigned and made over to said Wm Moore said Town and Lands of Ballindreinagh alias Crosley for the remainder of the said term Granted by Hugh Merga O’Neill but Subject to the reservations in the said first Indenture of Lease in said Demise or Grant from his said late Majesty (  ) said Indentures Layed said Wm Moore and said George Jackson some time afterwards came to a Partition of said Lands between them by which the share or proportion of each of them was settled and the same has been ever since Ruptly so enjoyed by the said Wm Moore and George Jackson Defent’t Moore sayed which the other Defendant believed to be true said Wm Moores proportion of said Ballindreinagh was upon Def’s marriage with his wife settled by said more upon Defendant and his wife after the death of his said father and Wm and sayed

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Sayed said Wm died the twenty second of November one thousand Seven hundred and twenty nine Intestate upon whose death Defendant became intitled to and possessed of his proportion of said Lands of Ballindreinagh alias Crosley according to the said Marriage Settlement Defendant Jackson sayed which the other Defendant believed that said Gorge Jackson died in September one thousand Seven hundred and twelve having fist made his well and appointed Def’t and Roger Bristow and others Executors by means whereof  the Defend’t became intitled to  and possessed of said George Jackson proportion of said Town and Lands of Ballindreinagh alias Crosley sayed their title as aforesaid is under a lease made as aforesaid and don’t know neither have they heard nor did they Believe that the Estate and title of the said Hugh Merga O’Neill was ever vested in the Crown or in the said Arthur Langford and did not know or believe that King Charles the first was at any time seized of or intitled to said Town and Lands of Ballindreinagh alias Crosley but Believed King Charles the first made such Grant to Arthur Langford but Referred to said Letters Patent and that he entered into the actual possession of them and Received the Rents of the other of them that were in Lease knew not nor believed that there were any Lands Called Ballyndrienagh and heard and believed that the Interest of and in said Lease made by said Merga Hugh O’Neill Came to Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen and that he enjoyed said lands of Ballyndreinagh and Claimed no other Estate therein other than a term of Years but did not know or believe that said Lord Massareen paid any Rent whatsoever for the same to said Arthur Langford or those deriving under him for the same Heard and believed the said Arthur Langford died as per Bill and that the Lands mentioned in the Bill except Ballynadreinagh which Defent’t knew nothing of Descended or otherwise Came to Sir Hercules Langford as per Bill but Defendant knew not nor Believed said Clothworthy late Lord Visc’t Massareen or those under whom he derived paid any Rent whatsoever to said Sir Hercules Langford on account of said Lands of Ballynadreinagh Admitted said Sir Hercules Langford died as per Bill and that the Lands in Bill except Ballynadreinagh which Defendant knew nothing of Came to Sir Arthur Langford as per Bill but Defend’t knew or believed that the tenants

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 Tenants of said Lands of Ballindreinagh ever offered to pay any Rent to said Sir Arthur Langford such conveyances were much as aforesaid to their said fathers of the said Lands of Ballinadreinagh and by such means their said Fathers came unto possession of s’d Lands Defendants Admitted that in said Convey’ce it was mentioned that the Interest so Conveyed to their said fathers was only a Leasehold Interest but denied that their said father paid only a small sum for the same or that there was then only a small number of Years expired of said Lease Defendants Admitted that the number of Years to Come of said Lease appeared by said Conveyance knew not nor Believed that the Counterpart of said Lease was delivered over to said Moore and Jackson and Admitted that the price paid by the said Moore and Jackson would not have been equal to the value of said Inheritance of said Lands but Denyed the same are Worth four hundred pounds per Annum heard and believed that at the time of the said Purchase said Lands were set at one hundred and forty pounds per Annum or thereabouts believed they were well worth two hundred pounds per Annum and not more Admitted that said Sir Arthur Langford dyed as per Bill and made such Will as per Bill and that said Sir Arthurs Estate Came as per Bill to Sir Henry Langford as per Bill knew not nor believed that any Rent whatsoever was paid to Sir Henry Langford by said Moore and Jackson out of said Lands of Ballindreinagh admitted said Sir Henry Langford died without Issue as per Bill and that Plt became intitled as per Bill to his Estate Defendant Moore Admitted which the other Defendant believed to be (  ) that the Defendant Moore wrote the two Letters recited in Bill to said Hercules Upton but Def’t Moore sayed and Defend’t believed that said two Letters were wrote by Defendant Moore soon after his fathers death. And that said Moore had not at that time administered to his said father neither had Defendant at that time looked into the Papers or Deeds relating to said Lands of Ballindreinagh and sayed that he at that time had believed Plt lead aright to Rent out of said Lands because said Upton demanded it and for no other reason that therefore he Wrote said two Letters and not that he was in any other manner well Convinced of Plt having a title as per Bill Denyed that Plt applied to know when their Lease espired or to see the Counterpart

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Counterpart of said Lease or the Conveyance under which Defend’t derived or that Defend’t Pretends to set up for the Inheritance of said Lands of Ballynadrinagh but sayed said Lands which were in possession of by virtue of said Conveyances to Moore and Jackson were known and Called by the name of Ballinadrinagh or Ballydrintagh knew not of any denomination of Lands Called Ballynadrintagh but did not therefore apprehend that if such Denomination be used in said Patents that such Denomination must mean Ballinadrintagh Wherefore as Defen’t believed said Hugh Merga O’Neill or those driving under him in possession at the time of said Patent granted by Kind Charles the first Admitted that said Lands of Ballindrintagh lye near said other lands in the Territory Sayed per Bill to be ment’d in said Letters Patent Admitted there were not two Denominat6ions one Called Ballindreinagh and the other called Ballindrintagh but Sayed the Lands they were possessed of were called Ballinadrintagh but sayed the Lands they were possessed of were Called Ballinadrintagh and that they or either of them (  ) know or belief of the other had not any Deed Lease Counterpart or Conveyance Whatsoever in which the Lands there are now possessed of as aforesaid were called Ballinadreinagh Did not know or believe that the Lands of which they are now possessed of as aforesaid are the same Lands Sayed by the Bill to have been Called in the Letters Patents by the name of Ballindrinagh neither did they apprehend that if said Letters Patents had espressly named the Lands of Ballindrintagh that much Letters Patent would be a Sufficient title for Plt to Demand said Lands at this time Denyed that they or either of them paid Rent for the same to Plt or offered to pay any more than as before ment’d in Defend’t Moores Letters which Def’t Moore sayed and the other Defend’t believed they were Wrote by Defendant Moore before he had mane andy Enquiry into the title thereof  Sayed that their said Title is not yet expired but did not apprehend that Plt was not intitled to any account against them on Account of any Rent reserved and payable to Hugh Merga O’Neill and his heirs Sayed that there were upwards of Ninety Years of said Lease unexpired at the time of said Purchase made by their said fathers but did not know how many Years Purchase was given for the same Did not know or believe that it was know at the time of said purchase that Rent was paid out of said Lands of Ballinadrintagh to the family of the Langfords nor that the

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The family of the Langfords were reputed owners or Inheritors of said Lands nor did Def’s believe said Moore and Jackson the first purchasers paid any Rent to the said Sir Henry Langford for said Lands of Ballinadrintagh Sayed they did not know or believed that King Charles the first was at any time seized or possessed or intitled to said Lands of Ballinadrintagh Whereof Defend’t are now possessed neither did they know or believe that the said Sir Arthur Langford or said Sir Hercules Langford or said Sir Henry Langford or Plt was at any time seized or intitled to the Lands of Ballinadrintagh neither knew or had they or either of them to the knowledge of the other any Deed Paper Writing Conveyance or Evidence Whatsoever by which it appeared that said King Charles the first and Sir Arthur Langford or Sir Hercules Langford or said Sir Arthur Langford or said Sir Henry Langford or plt or any of them have or ever had any kind of Right or Title to said Lands of Ballinadrintagh nor in any of which there is the least mention made of any kind of Right or title in them or any of them to said Lands Believed that and those under whom they derive have been in possession of the said Lands of Ballinadrintagh from the time when said Lease by the said Hugh Merga O’Neill which Def’s believed who upwards of one hundred and thirteen Years Sayed they did not Claim any right to said Lands under said King Charles the first said Sir Arthur Langford said Sir Hercules Langford Plt or any of them neither did Defend’t know have hard or did believe said Kind Charles the first said Arthur Langford said Hercules Langford said Henry Langford Plt or any of them had or claimed or ought to have any right or Title to said Lands of Ballinadrintagh under said Hugh Merga O’Neill or any person whatsoever deriving under him Def’s were therefore advised and conceived that Plt had not any right to oblige them to discover all or any of the Conveyances by which Def’s held said Lands of Ballindrintagh or to discover what was become of said Lease or Whether they ever saw the same or heard what was become of it or Where’r the same was suppressed and by whom and to bring in and (  ) with the officer of this Honble Court all Deeds Writing Papers or Evidences relating to the title of Defend’ts said Towns and Lands of Ballindrintagh and Def’s Insisted on the same and Gaves the same benefit thereof as if they had Pleaded the same and Concluded Generally Unto which said ans’rs the Plt replied the Def’s Rejoined and issue being so Joined Witnesses were Escamined Publication Passed and a day for hearing being appointed accordingly to this Cause Came on the second Instant and this day to

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To be heard in presence of Co’ on both sides Whereupon and upon opening the pleadings reading several proofs and evidences in the Cause and on full debate of the matter It is this day that is to say Tuesday the sixteenth July one thousand seven hundred and thirty four ordered adjudged and Decrees by the Right Honble the Lord Chancellor of Ireland that the Plt is intitled to the reversion of the Lands of Ballindrinagh alias Ballyndrintagh in the County of Antrim in the pleadings mentioned after the Expiration of the Lease in the pleadings also in this Cause mentioned and it is further ordered adjudged and Decreed that the Def’ts do and shall account with the Plt for the Rent of the said Lands from the Death of Sir Arthur Langford in the pleadings ment’d and in order to ascertain the same that it be and is hereby Referred to Dr Vesey one of the Masters of this Court to take an account of the Rent of the said Lands from the death of the said Sir Arthur Langford on which said Account both parties are to have all Just allowances and it is further ordered that both parties Plt and Def’t be and are hereby at liberty to Examine each other upon Personal  (   ) relating to the said Account as also to produce upon Oath all Deeds Papers Evidences and Books of Accounts which they or any of them have in their Power or Custody Relating to the matters in question if the said Master shall think fit and the better to enable the said Master to proceed on the in Reference he is to be armed with a Common to Examine such Witnesses as shall be produced before by either Parties and on return of the said Report such further order will be made as will be fit and accordingly the Plt may make up and Enroll a Decree without Costs for Performance whereof the usual Process of the Court is from time to time to Issue as usual in such Cases Ea Llannard

Signed the 5th April 1735

Thos Prendergast D.R.




An Historical Account of the Macdonnells of Antrim

By George Hill

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(60) Antrim – Sir James MacDonnell was partly correct in this statement respecting Antrim, although it is a fact that, in the absence of Sir John Clotworthy, his brother, Colonel James Clotworthy, and others, were able to secure the town and castle “against any sudden attack of the rebels.” Sir James McDonnell, however, underrated the strength of those put upon their defence for other points, for Castle-Upton was secured, and so was Ballygellie castle, and the town of Larne. The officer in Sir John Clotworthy’s regiment, who wrote a sketch of the Warr in Ireland, 1640-1652, informs us that when news came that the Irish army approached Antrim over the Six Mile Water, orders were sent to Major Foulk Ellis, who held Antrim, “to secure the castle and to march away (or retreat) with Bag and Baggage. On which some townspeople went away, the Alarm of the Irish Army’s approach being so terrible to them.” The officers, however, took counsel together, and resolved to defend the place. These officers, besides major Ellis, were Captain James Clotworthy, Robert Houston, Arthur Langford, and William ___, and James Colville. The Irish Army, 4000 strong, soon appeared under the command of Turlough Oge O’Neill, brother of Sir Felim, who had no skill as a leader. His feeble attack on the town utterly failed. “Of the Irish killed at the town-head there were two captains, one Captain Hagan and one Captain Hara, whose heads some of the soldiers, without directions, brought into town, both the heads knotted together with the hair, and hung them on the Batterie’s Crook a day or two .  .  . After the Irish fell off, they marched over the river at Muckamor, and quartered all Night at Old Stone. The next Morning Captain Clotworthy, only with his man, went to Carrickfergus for Relief; before it came, 300 Horses and Dragoons,  the Irish burnt all the Haggards of Corn, and marched away to Larne, where they acted as meanly. “

 

Major George Rawdon to Lane Written
from: Lisburne Date: 13 June 1664
Shelfmark: MS. Carte 215, fol(s). 40 Document
type: Holograph
Asks, on behalf of Lord Conway, that means be taken to prevent the procuring from the King, through the Secretary of State in England, any Letter, or Mandate, in relation to certain lands in Ireland. Sought by Captain Hercules Langford, son of Sir Arthur Langford. Captain Langford, he adds, is believed to be now in England, upon that business.

Conway to Ormond
Written from: Lisburn
Date: 10 June 1664
Shelfmark: MS. Carte 33, fol(s). 413 Document type: Holograph

States the case of the writer, as representative of his uncle, Sir Fulke Conway, and so entitled to certain lands, in the county of Antrim; of which the possession has long been withheld from the lawful owners, by one Arthur Langford, who is now sued at law for the recovery thereof.

 

Encloses

Particulars of the Claim of Lord Conway and Killulta, plaintiff, to the townships and lands of Ballyportgorragh, and Ballyveolan, and of other lands adjacent thereto, in the county of Antrim, against Arthur Langford, defendant

Shelfmark: MS. Carte 33, fol(s). 415 Document type: Original

 

Baronet:

 

LANGFORD of Kilmackedrett,Antrim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19 Aug 1667

 

1

Hercules Langford                  

c 1625

18 Jun 1683

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18 Jun 1683

 

2

Arthur Langford             

c 1652

29 Mar 1716

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29 Mar 1716

 

3

Henry Langford                  

 

c 1725

 

to   

 

 

Extinct on his death                           

 

 

 

c 1725

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deed Poll, Assignment of Mortgage

 

LANGFORD

Henry

 

 

 

aP1

 

 

 

 

18 June 1711

Stating that C, by deed dated 17 June 1706, for £200 owing to A, made over to D, in trust for A, part of the property let to him by E, 11 Oct 1699 for 99 years at £18 pa. A is selling the mortgage to B for £160 (the amount still outstanding) paid to F

 

 


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