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d. 1812, and Mary
Clarke, of Ardress, his wife, in. 1752, d. 1814), m. 1802, oarah
O'Neill, and by her (who d. 1837) had issue,

I. Francis, d. unm. ii. Edward, d. unm.

HI. Kalph Smith, of Clantilew.

I. Emily, m. Col. Hill, and has issue.

II. Cecilia, j)i. Wm. Pignell Newton, Esq., and has issue.

III. Theresa, m. Lewis Young Nash, Esq., and has issue.

IV. Mary, d. unm. v. Sarah, d. unvi.
Mr. Obre d. 1818. His 3rd son,

Ralph Smith Obbe, Esq. of Clantilew, co. Armagh, J. P.,
High Sheriff 1870, b. 1814; m. 1844, Jane Carohne, 2nd dau.
of the late Henry Coote Bond, Esq. of Bondville, Tynan, and
had issue,

I. Edward Stanley, now of Clantilew.

I. Eliza Matilda, m. 1870, Kev. G. Eoach Hyatt, B.A., Rector
of Stratton-on-the-Fosse, co. Somerset.

II. Theresa Charlotte, m. 23 April, 1878, John Garland, 2nd
son of John Alexander Mainley Cope, Esq. of Drummilly,
CO. Armagh, and d. 15 Dec. 1880.

3Ir. Obre d. 1887.

Scat — Clantilew, Loughgall.

Jiesidence — Erinagh, Morehampton Road, Dublin.


O'Beiex, Edwaed William, Esq. of Caliir-
movle, CO. Limerick, J.P. and D.L., Higli Sheriff
1869, b. 24. Jan. 1837, »». 1st, 8 Sept. 1863, Mary
Spring, 2nd dau. of the Hon. Stephen Edmund
Spring-Rice of Mount Trenchard, co. Limerick, and
sister of Thomas, Lord Monteagle, and by her, who
d. 25 April, 1868, has issue,

I. William Debmod, b. 10 June, I8C5.

I. Ellen Lucy.

II. Lucy Mary.

Mr. O'Brien, m. 2ndly, 31 Jan. 1880, Julia Mary,
dau. of the late James Garth Marsliall, Esq. of
Leeds and Coniston, Lancashire, by Mary Alicia
Pery his wife, dau. of 1st Lord Monteagle, and by
her has issue,

II. Edward Conor Marshall, b. 3 Nov. 1880.
HI. Aubrey Ulick Marshall, b. 7 June, 1882.

III. Katharine Jenny.

IV. Margaret Ernestine.

Lineage. — William O'Brien, Esq. of Cahirmoyle (com-
monly called William Smith O'Brien) M.P. for Limerick, was
the second son of Sir Edward O'Brien, Bart, (see Bcrke's
Peerage, Inchiquin, B.) by Charlotte his wife, eld. dau. and
co-heiress of William Smith, Esq. of Cahirmoyle, co. Limerick,
and brother of Lucius, I3th Baron of Inchiquin. He had issue
by her, who d. 13 June, 1861,

T. Edward William, now of Cahirmoyle.

II. William Joseph, b. 21 Feb. 1839, and d. unm. 8 April,

HI. Lucius Henry (Rev.), Rector of Adare, co. Limerick, b.

13 Aug. 1842; m. 30 May, 1872, Emily Mary Hannah, dau.

of Richard Montgomery, Esq. of Beaulieu, co. Louth, and

has issue,

1 Donough Richard, b. 6 Jan. 1876.

2 Charles Murrough, b. 1877.

3 William Lucius Robert, b. 1889.

1 Lucy Mabel. 2 Eibhlin.

3 Honor Alice. 4 Charlotte Grace.

IV. Robert Donough, 6. 25 Sept. 1844,

v. Charles Murrough, b. 24 Jan. 1849; m. 27 July, 1871,
Mary, dau. of James Watt, Esq. of Claragh, co. Donegal,
and d. 13 Jan. 1877, leaving issue,
I Brian, b. 12 July, 1872.
I Ailne Mary. 2 Lucy Grace.

I. Lucy Josephine, vi. 26 June, 1862, Very Rev. John
Gwynn, D.D., formerly Warden of St. Columba's College,
and Dean of Derry, and now Regius Professor of Divinity
in the University of Dublin, and has issue, 1 Stephen
Lucius; 2 Edward John; 3 Charles; 4 Lucius; 5 Arthur
Perceval ; 6 Robert ; 7 John Tudor ; 8 Brian ; I Lucy
Penelope ; 2 Mary Katharine.

II. Ctiarlotte Grace.

Mr. WUliam O'Brien d. IS June, 1864, and was s. by his eldest

^?-Hi.s— Quarterly, 1st and 4th gu., three lions passant
guardant in pale, per pale or and arg. for O'Brien; 2nd arg.
three piles meeting in point issuing from the chief gu. ; Srd





or, a pheon az. ft-cs^— Issuing from a cloud an arm embowed,
trandisliiiiK a sword arg. pomel and hilt or. Mottoes— Over
the crest " Lamh laidiranuachtar," and " Vigueur dedessus."

geat — Cahirmoyle, Ardagh, co. Limerick. Toicn Residence —
24, Roland Gardens, S.W.

Club — Athenasum.


O'Brien, Jajies, Esq. of Ballynalacken Castle,
CO. Clare, J.P. and D.L., High Sherife 1858, b. 9 Jan.
1832 ; m. Georgina, widow of Francis Macnamara
€alcutt, Esq., J. P., M.P., of St. Catherine's, co.

Liineag'e. — Torlogh, or Terence O'Brien, Esq. of Leitrim,
•descended from a branch of the great Celtic family of O'Brien,
in. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry O'Brien, Esq. of Bealagh Corick,
hy Catherine his wife, sister of Col. Maurice O'Connell, and
liad issue,

I. Turlough, of whom presently.

II. John, who m. Miss Foster and had a son, Terence, who
d. s. p.

I. Catherine, a nun.

'The elder son,

TuRLOGH, or Terence O'Eeien, Esq. of Cross (subsequently
■called Elm Vale;, j)i. Eleanor, dau. of Murtogh O'Hogan, Esq.
of Cross, by Eleanor Butler his wife, niece of Sir Toby Butler,
Knt., M. P., Chief Commissioner of the Irish at the capitulation
•of Limerick, and had issue,

I. John, of Elm Vale, co. Clare, m. Margaret Macnamara,
and ((. s. p. 1792. His will, date Feb. in that year, was
proved 20 Dec. following.

II. James, of whom presently.

The 2nd son,

James O'Brien, Esq. of Limerick, m. Feb. 1791, Margaret,
dau. of Peter Long, Esq. by Anne his wife, elder dau. of
Stephen Eoche, Esq. of Limerick, and by her (who m. 2ndly,
Cornelius O'Brien, Esq., M.P. for Clare, and d. 6 April, 1839)
left issue,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Peter, of Limerick, b. Sept. 1799; ra. Emily, dau. of
Edward Shiel, Esq., and sister of the Eight Hon. Eichabd
LalobShiel, and d. s. p. Sept. 1855.

III. Terence, b. Dec. 1802 ; d. unm. March, 1820.

IV. James, oneof the Judges of the Queen's Bench in Ireland,
and M.P. for Limerick lS.o4 to 1868, 6. 27 Feb. 1806 ; rn.
9 July, 1836, Margaret, dau. of Thomas Segrave, Esq., and
d. 1882, leaving

1 John Henry, b. 25 Feb. 1855.

1 Anne, a nun. 2 Margaret, a nun.

3 Mary, vi. Henry J. Monahan, Esq., 2ud son of Lord
Chief Justice Monahan.

4 Clara, a nun. 5 Emily.

Mr. O'Brien d. 21 Feb. 1806, and was s. by his eldest son,

John O'Brien, Esq. of Elm Vale, and afterwards of Bally-
nalacken, M.P. for Limerick 1841 to 1852, High Sheriff co.
Clare 1836, b. 6 Dec. 1794; m. 12 June, 1827, Ellen dau. of
Jeremiah Murphy, Esq of Hyde Park, co. Cork, and by her
<who d. 19 Dec. 1860) had issue,
James, now of Ballynalacken Castle.

Jerome, late 28th Regt. , m. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Clarke,
Esq. of Bansha, J.P. co. Tipperary, and has issue, Torlogh,
Jane, and Natalie.
•John, a Cistercian monk, d. s. p. 1889.
■William, Indian E.H.A., d. unm.
Peter (Sir) Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, created a baronet

28 Sept. 1891 {see Bdbke's Peerage'/.

Margaret, m. James Martin, Esq. of 99 Fitzwilliam Square,

EUen, m. Robert Daniell, Esq., J.P., of New Forest, co.
Catto, a nun. Anna, a nun.

Wr. O'Brien d. 6 Feb. 1855.

Amis — Gu., three lions passant guardant in pale, per pale or
•and arg. Ci-est—An arm embowed ppr., brandishing a sword
arg., pommelled and hilted or. il/oHo— Vigueur de dessus.

(Sea i— Ballynalacken Castle, and Lisdoonvarna, co. Clare.


O'Byene, John, Esq. of Allardstown, co. Louth,
andCorville, co. Tipperary, J.P., a Count of Eome,
b. 1835 ; m. 17 April, 1864, Eleanor, dau. of the
late Count von Hiibner, late Austrian ambassador
to France and Koine, and has, with other issue,

Edward Alexander, m. 1 Sept. 1892, Rose Emily, 4th dau.

and co-heiress of Joshua James Netterville, Esq., J.P.

{see MacEvot of Tobcrtynan and Mount Hazel), and has

issue, Eleanor, 6. 11 June, 1893.
Mary, m. 12 Oct. 1886, John Appleyard O'Kelly, Esq. of

Gurtray, co. Galway, and has issue.

Lineage. — From John Btrne, of Ballinacor, co. Wicklow,

who was deputed, 1588, by his brother, the Chieftain O'Byrne,
to command the auxiliary army in aid of O'Neill, Earl of
Tyrone, sprung, according to family tradition,

Edmund Byrne, who settled at Killany, co. Louth. lie )ii.
Margaret Taaflfe, and by her had three sons,

Gerald, of Killany, of whom presently.

John, of New House, Termonfecken, co. Louth.

Thomas, of Corcreagh, co. Louth.
The eldest son,

Gerald Byrne, of Killany, co. Louth, m. Catherine Plun-
kett, and d. 1695, leaving issue,

I. Owen, of Walterstown and Eossmakea, co. Louth,
ancestor of Patrick James Byrne, of Lisnawilly, Clerk of
the Crown for Louth and Drogheda.

II. Arthur, of Allardstown, d. s. x>.

III. Henry, of whom hereafter.

IV. Francis, m. Ismay Dowdall, but left no issue.
The 3rd son,

Henry Byrne, of Allardstown, b. 1G71 ; m. 1st, Elizabeth
Taaffe, by whom he had issue,

I. William, of Dundalk, Merchant, d. s. p. 13 Sept. 17G8.

II. Patrick, of Castletown, d. unia. Feb. 1796.

III. George, of Seatown, Dundalk, Merchant, m. Mary Taaffe,
of the family of Taaffe of Smannore, and d. 16 Jan. 1769,
aged 61, leaving issue, two daus., Margaret, ra. Thomas
Russell, Esq. of Dundalk, and Catherine, m. Richard
Barnewall, Esq. of Bloomsbury, co. Meath, and one son,
Henry Byrne, of Seatown, Dundalk, the principal merchant
and a very wealthy one in that town, m. in France a French
lady, Marie Begg, and by her (who resided in her widow-
hood at Worcester, and d. there July, 1822, being bur. at
St. Oswald's, in that city) left at his decease, July, 1785,

1 Patrick, d. unm. about the year 1812.

2 John, b. 1776, an Officer in the 15th Hussars, and Aide-
de-Camp to the Duke of Cumberland, m. Nov. 1815,
Caroline, dau. of Major Byrn, H.E.I.C.S., and had issue,
one son, Henry, Ensign 26th Cameronians, b. July, 1818,
d. at Berhampore, East Indies, aged 22, and four
daus., Anna Maria, m. William Kirwan, Esq. of Kings-
town (of the family of Kirwan of Ci-egg, co. Galway) ;
Rose, rf. young ; Antoinette, d. young; and Eliza, in a
convent abroad. John Byrne d. and was buried at Bath
1834, aged 58.

3 Henry, b. 1783, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law,
Chief Justice of Ceylon, and afterwards Master in Equity
of the Supreme Court of Madras, d. 9 Oct. 1830 ; he m.
April, 1823, Isabella Selina, dau. of Capt. Thomas
Goodinge, of the East Middlesex Militia, and had issue,

Henry Barnes. Dean of Queen's College, Oxford.

George Grey, Barrister-at-Law.

John Rice (Rev.), of Haverstock Hill, Hampstead Heath,

b. 6 Aug. 1827; m. 31 May, 1859, Gertrude, youngest

dau. of Richard Webb, Esq. of Donnington Hall, co.

Thomas Edmond, Capt. E.A., &. 31 March, 1829; m.

Nov. 1854, Eliza Petronella, 3rd dau. of Don Pablo

Larics, of Old Castile, in Spain.
Charles Andrew, settled in Australia, b. 4 Sept. 1831.

Henry Byrne '/«. 2ndly, Elizabeth Gernon (his 1st wife's cousin),
and by her had issue,

Garrett, d. unm.

Henry, of whom presently.

Anna, m. 8 Sept. 1750, Francis Kindellan, of Dublin,

Mary, j)i. 4 Feb. 1756, Lawrence DowdaD, of Dublin, Mer-
chant, and d. 9 May, 1761.
Henry Byrne d. 18 Dec. 1761, in his 90th year. The 2nd son
of his 2nd marriage,

Henry Byrne, Esq. of AUardstown or Mount Byrne, in
Mary Anne Coleman, of Dundalk, and had a dau. Elizabeth,
of whom presently. He d. 22 March, 1796, and was s. by hij

Elizabeth Byrne, m. John Byrne, Esq. of Mullinahack,
Dublin, one of the two brothers, seven in number, who were
partners in the great and extensive firm of "John Byrne and
Co. of Mullinahack." The issue of the marriage consisted of
one son and two daus.,

Edward Henry, s. to Allardstown and Corville.

Elizabeth Mary.

Pauline, m. Capt. Edward Hunter.

The only son,

Edward Henry O'Byrne, Esq. of Allardstown and Corville,
also of St. Gery, near Toulouse, France, b. 18Dec. 18C0; ut.

5 D 2





24 Nov. 1828, Gcrtrade de Rcy, dau. of John de Rey. Marquis
lie St. Gery, by liis wife, Mary Chrisliuc MacCarthy, and d.
leaving issue,

I. John, now Count O'Eyrne. n. Edward.

Ill Henry.

1. Mary, m. 9 Fet. 1S60, the Comte de Maistre.

Seat — CorvillB; Eoserea, co. Tij'perary.


©"Oallaghan, Johx, Esq. of Maryfort, co.

Clare, J.P., late Col. Commandant Clare Artillery,

and late Capfc. 62nd Foot, b. 3 May, 1830, m.

24 March, 1859, Mary Johnson, eldest dau. of

John Westropp, Esq. of Attyflin, co. Limerick, and

has issue,

George, of Coolreagh, co. Clare, Capt. Clare Artillery, late

Capt. 1st Batt. Itoyal Irish Rifles, 6. 18 Feb. 1804, assumed

by royal licence, dated 8 June, 1885, the surname of

Westropp, in addition to and after that of O'Callaghan,

and the arms of Westropp, in compliance with the will uf

his maternal uncle, Capt. Ralph Westropp.

Liineag'e. — The O'Callaghans derive thtir descent and
name from Ceallachan Caisil, the famous King of Munster
in the 10th century. The Tipperary branch of this family is
represented by O'Callaghan, Viscount LUmore, and the co.
Clare branch by Charles George O'Callaghan, Esq., D.L.,
of Ballynahinch, and John O'Callaghan, Esq. of Maryfoit
and Fortanne. The O'Callaghans of Cadogan are a branch of
O'Callaghan of Clonmeen and. Drumaneen, co. Cork.

Donough O'Callaghan, of Diiliallow, co. Cork, claimed
descent from Ceallachan Caisil, King of Cashel, who defeated
the Danes of Lim by his
eldest son,

WiLLiASi CoppixGEB, aged 30 years at the time of his father's
death. He m. but d. s. p. 1 Dec. 1G06, and was s. by his next

Thomas Coppinger, aged 28 years at the time of his brother's
death. His Funeral Entry, "Vol. 6, p. 347 (dated 23 June,
1636) in the office of the Ulster King at Arms, describes him as
" Thomas Coppinger, alioi Copinger, Chiefe of the name in
the Kingdom of Ireland and sometime Mayor of Cork." He m.
Catherine, eldest dau. of Alderman John Coppinger, the eldest
son {vide Funeral Entry, Vol. VII., p. 466, dated 5 Feb. 1638),
of the John Coppinger, who was ancestor of the Coppingers or
Copingevsof Crosshaven, of Glenville, of Carhue, of Cloghane,
and of Coolnapishy or Peafield, all in the co. Cork, by his
first wife Johan, dau. of Justice John Meagh, Judge of the
Munster Presidency Court. Said Thomas Coppinger had two
sons and two daus. namely,

I. Stephen, his successor.

II. John, unm. in 1636.

I. Catherine, m. Francis Roche, High Sheriff of Cork,
1641, ancestor of Lord Fermoy.

II. Joan.

Thomas Coppinger d. 24 Dec. 1635, and was interred at Christ
Church, Cork. He was s. by his eldest son,

Stephen Coppinger, described as "Cliief of the name," not
only upon his tomb at Shandon, Cork, but also in the will
(10 March, 1671, P. R. Office, Ir.) of the famous Sir Robert
Coppinger, the last Roman Catholic Mayor of Cork prior to
the present century, who was a member of a different but
allied branch of the Coppinger family. He was b. 1610; ra.
EUis, dau. of Henry Gould, Esq. of Cork, Alderman. She d.
1688. A curious story* is told (with variations) of an early
friendship formed between Mr. Coppinger and the Lord Pro-
tector in the low countries, where Coppinger had got him out
of somescrape— of their subsequent recognition of one another
in Ireland, and of the personal intervention of Cromwell for
the preservation of his estates : moreover, the undeniable fact
remains on r'^cord that he was dispossessed of his possessions
by "the usurping power," but obtained a decree of the
Cromwellian Court of Claims, dated 15 May, 1658, re-instating
him in a large portion of them ; which decree was recited and
reaffirmed (with additions) in a further decree made by the
Court of Claims that wa.s established on the Restoration,
dated 22 July, 15 Charles II., as an "innocent Papist." Mr.
Coppinger had four sons,

I. Thomas, his successor.

II. William, High Sheriff of Cork, tempore Jac. 11., outlawed
for High Treason. He was the last Roman Catholic Sheiilf
of Cork, prior to the Roman Catholic Kelief Act of 1829,
and was the ancestor of the Coppingers of Bordeaux. A
don d'auhaine, dated Sept. 1696, was made to his widow and
children by King Louis XIV. of France.

in. Henry. Also outlawed for his loyalty ; was a Capt. in
the service of King James II. (CaiToU Dragoons); he was
ancestor of the Coppingers of Ballynoe, co. Cork, and Rock
Abbey, co. Tipperary— of the Spanish family of Coppinger—

* The version of this story as told by the late Mr. Coppinger,
of Barrj-scourt, on 19 Aug. 1841, to the late Mr. Crofton
Croker, of the Admiralty, and taken down by him in wriring,
will be found given verbatim in Vol. II., p. 86, of the History
of Ireland, by Thomas Wright, F.S.A.

and through females, of the Coppingers of Monkstown
Castle, CO. Dublin, and of the Copingers of Coolnapishy
otherwise Peafield, co. Cork, a junior branch of the
Copingers, or Coppingers, of Cloghane. His grandson
Cornelius, 2nd son of Henry Coppinger and Hellen O'Biien'
of Kilcor, CO. Cork, was the fatlier of the famous Spanisli
General, Jose Coppinger.
IV. Matthew, outlawed as a Jacobite.
Mr. Coppinger d. 28 July, 1681, and was s. by his eldest

Thomas Coppinger, of Ballyvolane, was attainted and out-
lawed for his loyalty to King James II. (sec inquisition enroUed
in Chancery, taken at the Guildhall, Cork, upon his attainder,
and dated 30 March, 1693) and retired to France. From m
letter of his son, Stephen, dated 7 July, 1729, he appears to.
have been then still living ; m. Jan. 1669, Hellen, dau. of
Edward Gal way, Esq. of Luotabeg, co. Cork, who d. 1684.
They had issue, four sons and two daus. viz.,

I. Stephen, his successor.

II. Edward, predeceased his father. He is said to have beem
a Capt. in the service of King James II., and to have been
mortally wounded in the celebrated engagement at Bottle-
hill, near Mallow, co. Cork, 1 April, 1691. In the petition
of his brother John to the Court of Claims, Chichester
House, he is stated to have d. nnni. in 1696.

III. John, of Granacloyne, in the Barony of Barrymore,.
CO. Cork, ancestor of Coppingers of Midleton {see Coppin-

IV. Edmond, obtained a decree of the Court of Claims,
Chichester House, establishing his right of succession to-
Ballyvolane and the other settled lands of his father upon
failure of issue of his brothers, Stephen and John. Kothing-
further is now known of him.

I. Joan, m. Nov. 1706, Conor O'Brien, Esq. of Kilcor, co.

II. Katherine, ni. Nov. 1706, Joseph Ronayne, Esq. of
Cork. [Sir William McMahon, Master of the Rolls, who d.
1837, and Count George Stackpoole, who d. 1824, were-
among their descendants.]

By reason of Mr. Coppinger's attainder, such of his estates as-
were not in settlement, as well as his life interest in the settled,
lands, were forfeited and sold by the Chichester House Com-
missioners, but the latter (including Ballyvolane, Granacloyne-
(fcc.) came back to his family. He was s. by his eldest son,

.Stephen Coppingee, Esq. of Ballyvolane, described in the-
minute of his marriage contract (registered at Rochelle, in
France, 18 Oct. 1700) as "Seigneur de Villetoreau " ; ra,
Johanna, dau. of Stephen Gould, Esq. of Cork (her sister sub-
sequently m. his brother John). He obtained a decree of the-
Court of Claims, 1702, declaring him entitled to the settled
estates of his father, Thomas the Jacobite, after the death of
his father. He had issue, three sons and three daus., viz.,

I. John, his heir.

II. William, eventual inheritor.

III. Joseph, TO. 1743, Mary Arthur, and had issue, six sons
and three daus.

I. Mary, ra. Feb. 1732, Patrick Rochfort, Esq. ; d. 17 Aug.

II. Hellen, m. July, 1731, David Nihell, Esq.

III. Teresa, ?u. Patrick Sarsfield, Esq. of Jolinstown, co. Cork.
Mr. Coppinger was succeeded by his eldest son, viz.,

John Coppingee, of Ballyvolane, m. 1st, 1729, Mary, eldest
dau. and co-heiress of Nicholas Blundell, Esq. of Crosby, hj
Frances, dau. of Marmaduke, Lord Langdale, and by her (who.
d. 6 Aug. 1734) had issue, one son, viz., Stephen Coppmger,.
who d. young. He to. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heires»
of Michael Moore, Esq. of Drogheda, and by her (who survived
him and d. 1770) had issue, one dau. viz.,

Marianne, who ?)i. 27 July, 1767, Charles Howard, the llthi
Duke of Norfolk, and d. 22 May, 1769, in giving birth to a
still-born son.
Mr. Coppinger, of Ballyvolane, d. about 1747, and was s. by
his next brother, viz.,

William Coppingee, of Ballyvolane and Barry's Court, in~
1737, his cousin Elizabeth, dau. of John Galwey, Esq. of Luota,.
CO. Cork, and grand-dau. of Colonel John Butler, of West-
court, CO. Kilkenny, 2nd son of the Hon. Richard Butler, of
Kilcash, General of the Confederate Catholics, and brother of
the first Duke of Ormond. He had issue (besides four daus.,
viz., 1 Mary, who ra. Feb. 1770, Cornelius O'Brien, Esq. of
Kilcor, CO. Cork, and had issue ; 2 Catherine, who m. Oct. 1779,.
John Callanan, Esq. M.D. of Cork; 3 Elizabeth, a nun; andl
4 Teresa, who m. Nov. 1789, Pierce Power, Esq. of Clonmult^
CO. Cork, and had issue) seven sons, viz.,

I. Stephen, who predeceased his father, dying in boyhood,
in the co. Kilkenny.

II. William, his successor,

III. John, d. unm.

IV. Thomas, of Eossmore, co. Cork, m. his cousin Dorinil3,





dau. of Edmond Barry, Esq. of Dundullerick and Eock-
lodge, CO. Cork, by Johanna Coppiiiger, of Granacloyne,
aiid had issue (besides four daus., viz., 1 Johanna, who m.
her cousin, Stephen William Coppinger, of Midleton, and
had issue ; 2 Dorinda, who m. her cousin Luke Shea, Esq,
of the Kennies, co. Cork ; 3 Mary, who m. Michael Cronin,
Esq. of Cork ; and 4 Teresa, who m. James Fitzgerald, Esq.
of Carrigacrump, co. Cork, and was mother of the present
Mrs. Coppinger, of Kossmore) lour sons, viz.,

1 Edmond Coppinger. of Rossmore, bis successor.

2 William, iii. 1st, Mary, dau. and co-heiress of John
Power, Esq. of Brooklodge, co. Waterford, and m. 2ndly,
Ehzabeth, dau. of John Hickson, Esq. of the co. Kerry.
By his first marriage he had issue, one son and one dau.,
viz., Thomas Power Coppinger, an officer in the service of
Isabella II. of Spain, who m. 1845, Marian, dau. of Captain
W. Crotty, E.N., and had issue, and Mary, whom. Pierce
Power, Esq. of Clonmult, eldest son of Teresa Coppinger,
of Barry's Court.

3 John, d. unm. 1850.

4 Joseph, (I. unm. 1854.

Mr. Coppinger, of Kossmore, was succeeded by his eldest
eon, viz.,
Edmond Coppinger, of Kossmore, m. Alice Shea, dau. of
Catherine Coppinger, ot Granacloyne, and had issue
(besides a dau., Catherine, who m. her cousin Cornelius
O'Brien, Esq., J. P. of KUcor) one son, viz.,
Thomas Coppinger, of Rossmore, b. 1808, m. 1st, his
cousin MarcellaGalwey, sister of tlie late Major-General
Sir Michael Galwey : she d. 1847, and had issue (besides
a dau., Marcella, who m. John Hartnett, Esq., J. P. of
Carrigeen, co. Cork) two sons, viz.,

1 Edmond, who predeceased his father, h. 1843 ; d.

2 Thomas, heir to his father.

Mr. Coppinger, of Kossmore, m. 2ndly, his first cousin,
Elizabeth Fitzgerald, dau. of Teresa Coppinger, and by
her had issue, four sons and three daus., viz., V\ illiara,
<?. young: John, iZ. young: James, b. 1863; Edward,
h. 18t)5; Teresa, Alicia, and Dora. Yied. 1881, and was
succeeded by his eldest, surviving son, viz.,
Thomas Copbingeb, of Rossmore, h. 1844, who is the
present senior representative of the name.
V. Richard, an officer in the Austrian service, d. unm.
\i. Joseph, of Ballydanie), co. Cork, m. his cousin Alicia,
dau. of John Coppinger, of Granacloyne, and had issue, one
son, viz.,
William Joseph, ra. his cousin Margaret, sister of Corne-
lius O'Brien, of Kilcor, co. Cork, a lineal descendant of
King Brian Boromb, and had issue (besides three daus.,
viz., Alice, unm.; Mary, a nun ; and Margaret, unm.)
two sons,

1 John Joseph, of Texas, Colonel U.S. Army, is next
in remainder to Ballyvolane and other Coppinger
estates in co. Cork, upon failure of the issue of the
present proprietor, under the will of the late William
Coppinger of Ballyvolane and Barryscourt. Colonel
Coppinger m. 6 Eeb. 1883, Alice Stanwood, dau. of
Senator Blaine (Republican candidate for the Presi-
dency of the IJnited States of America), and has
issue one son, viz., Blaine Coppinger, h. 6 ^ov. 1883.

2 Henry, tinm.

vii. James, m. his cousin Alicia, sister of his cousin Stephen
William Coppinger, of Jlidleton, and had issue (besides four
daus., viz., 1 Eliza, d. unm. 1868 ; 2 Jane, d. unm,. 1847 ;
3 Mary, an Ursuline nun, d. 1876 ; and 4 Alicia, a Presen-
tation nun, d. 1878) six sons, viz.,

1 John, d. s. p. about 1818.

2 William, m. 1st, Ellen, dau. of Richard Moylan, Esq..
and by her had issue one son, James, R. C, priest (who d.
1849). He III. 2ndly, Harriet, dau. of the Rev. James
Sanders, and by her had issue a son and dau., viz. Wil-
liam, professor in the LyciSe National, Paris, and Harriet,

Z James, d. unm. 1847.

4 Stephen, d. 1831

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