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ella, b. 25 Au^. 1849; i». 21 Pec. 1878, Edward

Norman Feter Moor, Esq., and ha*; issue.
Anne Mary, 6. 27 April, 1851 : d. 17 Sept. ISCO.
Asrnes Katharine, b. 5 June, 1858.
Edith Venables, b. 4 Aug. 1870.

5 Sarah Sophia, 6. 3 Sept. 1813; m. 19 May, 1810. licr.
George Kred. Goddard, Eector of Southflecr, eldest son of
the Ven. Archdeacon Goddard, of Ibstock, Leieobtcr.

6 Louisa, 6. 26 Oct. 1810 ; d. 5 June, 1837.

7 Agnes, b. 27 March, 1820; m. 22 Aug. 1838, her cousin,
Kathanael Powell, Esq., now of Buckhurst Hill, and
has issue.

8 Anne Loetitia. b. 10 Nov. 1821 ; to. 16 May, 1843, Eev.
George Kidd Morell (d. 18S1,\ Vicar of Moulsford, Berks,
and d. 19 March, 1885.

fii. Baden, of Langton and Speldhnrst, Tunbridge Wells,

High Sheriff of Kent. ISSl ; b. 21 Nov. 1767; d. 24 July,

1S44 ; Hi. 21 Nov. 1795, Hester, dau. of James Powell, Esq.

of Clapton, and by her (6. 31 Oct. 1776 ; d. 7 June, 1848)

had issue,

1 Baden (Eev.), Vicar of Plumstead, Kent, M.A. (0.\on),

V.P.K.S., K.E.Ast.S., F.E.G.S., 6. 22 Aug. 1796; m. 1st,

i7 July, 1821, Eliza, dau. of Vincent Francis Eivaz, of

Hackney, which lady d. s. j). 13 March, 1836 ; 2ndly, 27

Sept. 1837, Charlotte, dau. of William Pope, Esq. of

Hillindene, Middlesex, and by her (who d. 14 Oct. 1844)

had issue,

Baden Henry, C. I.E., Judge of Chief Court, Lahore,
retired 1889, Conservator of Forests, Punjab, b. 23 Aug.
1841; author of several works on Indian Law, Land
Tenure, &c.
Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 14 Sept. 1838.
Louisa Anne, 6. 18 March, 1843 ; vi. 27 Nov. 1863, Eev.
Thomas Godfrey Pembroke Pope, English Chaplain
at Lisbon, and Canon of Gibraltar, and has issue.
Loetitia Mary, 6. 4 June, 1844 ; d. 2 Sept. 1865.
Eev. Baden Powell m. 3rdly, 10 March, 1846, Henrietta
Grace, dau. of Vice-Adniiral W. H. Smyth, K.S.F., D.C.L.,
F.Ii.S. (sister of Professor Piazzi Smyth, Astronomer
Eoyal for Scotland, and great-niece of the 1st Lord
Nelson), and d. 11 June, 1860, having by her had further
issue,

Henry Warington Smyth, F.E.G.S., Barrister, Inner
Temple (1876), Admiralty Barrister, b. 3 Feb. 1847;
a Master Mariner and Lieut. Eoyal Naval Ee.serve.

George Smyth, M.A. (Oxon), M.P. for Liverpool fKirk-
dale Div.) 1885; Companion of Order of St. Michael
and St. George (1884), Knight Commander (1888);
F'.E.G.S., F.K.C.I., an author on Political, Financial,
and Colonial subjects ; 6. 24 Dec. 1847.

Augustus Smyth, 6. 2 May, 1849 ; d. 3 April, 1863.

Francis Smyth, M.A. (Oxon), h. 29 July, 1850; Barrister
of Inner Temple ; painter and sculptor.

John Penrose Smyth, b. 21 Dec. 185^ ; d. 14 Dee. 1855.

Kobert Stephenson Smyth, ^. 22 Feb. 1857: Capt. 13th
Hussars, Intelligence Officer, Zulu operations 1887 :
Assist. Mil. Sec. South Africa 1888: Secretary to
Special Mission to Swaziland 1889; Mil. Sec. and A.D.C.
Malta, 1890.

Baden Fletcher Smyth, b. 22 May, 1860; Lieut. Scots
Guards : Nile Expedition, 1884-85, Guards Camel Corps
(medal, clasp, and Khedive's Star), A.D.C. to Sir
Anthony Musgrave, 1888 ; A.D.C. and Private Secre-
tary to Sir Henry Norman (1889), in Queensland.

Henrietta Smyth, b. 28 Oct. 1861 ; d. 9 .March, 1854.

Jessie Smyth, b. 25 Nov. 1855; d. 24 July, 1856.

Agnes Smyth, 6. 16 Dec. 1858.

2 Charles, of Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells, J.P. Kent. b.
30 July, 1807 ; to. 28 Oct. 1851, Emily Ann, dau.' (if
James Eyre Watson, Esq. of Fillongley Grange, co. War-
wick, and (/. 17 March, 1885, leaving by her (who d. 21
May, 1890) a son,

Charles Watson, of Speldhurst, Kent, J.P., b. 26 Nov.
1852; B.A. (Oxon) 1878: m. 22 Aug. 1888, Elizabeth
Constance, 2nd dau. of Col. lleber Drury, and ha-s
issue, Charles Baden Drury, 6. 15 Sept. 1889.

3 Henry, b. 6 March, 1809.

1 Susanna, 6. 17 Jan. 1798; d.unm.2r> March, 1885.

2 Eleanor, b 4 Oct. 1803 ; d. unm. 30 Oct. 1885.

IV. Edward, 6. 1770; rf. 1771.

V. Harry (llev.). Hector of East Horndon, LL.B. (Trin.
Hall, Camb., 1793), b. 20 June, 1771 ; in. 6 July, 1812, Anne
id. 5 Nov. Is69), dau. of — Birch, Esq., and i.s.p. 1 Feb.
1831.

\i. James, 6. and d. 1772.

VII. .James, of whom afterwards.

I. Loetitiu, 6.1762; £^.1764.

i\. Susanna, i.24 Nov. 1765; d. 20 Jan. 1846; having m.

Kev. Thomas Silies, Vicar of Guilsborough, Northants, who

cZ. «.jj. 14 Dec. 1834.
III. Loetitia. 6. 19 Oct. 1766; rf.unTO. 13 July, 1859.



IV. Henrietta Catherine, h. 1769 ; d. 1772.

v. Henrietta Catliarine, 6.17 Sept. 1773; to. 19 June, 1805.

Eev. Henry Handley Norris (<Z.4 Dec. 1850), Eector of South

Hackney, and d. 26 June, 1854.

VI. Caroline, b. 2 Nov. 1775; m. 12 Jan. 1803, Ven. John
James Watson (d. June, 1839), Eector of Hackney, and
Archdeacon of St. Albans, and d. 31 March, 18u5.

VII. Maria, 6. 16 Jan. 1777; d. Mn))t.21 Jan. 1861.
The 7th son,

James Powell, Esq. of Clapton House, Middlesex, 6. 14
Oct. 1774; lii. 28 Jan. 1807, Catharine (6. 25 April, 1784; d.
24 Dc'c. 1S40), dau. of Eev. Nathaniel Cotton, Eector of
Thornby, Northants, and by her had issue,

I. James Cotton (Eev.), Incumbent of St. James', Clapton,
B.A. (Oxon). 1831 ; 6. 24 Feb. 1809; to. 3 March, 1S40, Louisa
Lloyd, who d. 12 July, 1869. He d. s. p. 29 March, 1851.

II. Arthur, of Milton Heath, Dorking, Surrey J. P., 6.4 Feb.
1812: Governorof St. Bartholomew's, and Christ's Hospitals,
and trea-^urer of St. Luke's Hospital, London, jji. 10 May,
1842, l-anny Charlotte, dau. of Eev. Peter G. Crofts, of
Blalling House, Sussex, and has issue,

1 Arthur Crofts, of Townfield, Dorking, 6.22 Oct. 1844;
educated at Brasenose Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1870 ;
5!i. 1st, 4 Aug. 1868, Caroline, 2nd dau. of Kev. Thomas
Stevens, Eector of Biadfield, Berks, Founder and 1st
Warden of St. Andrew's College, Bradfield, and by her
(who d. 8 July, 1877) has had issue,

Arthur Marriott, 6.31 May, 1869; New Coll., Oxon.

Eobert Markhain, 6. 13 Aug. 1870.

Tliomas Vaughan, 6. 5 June, 1874 ; d. 12 Sept. 1881.

Eeginald Crofts, 6.30 March, 1876.

Lucy Caroline, 6. 5 Sept. 1871.

Beatrice Amy, 6. 22 March, 1873.
He ?ii.2ndly, 25 July, 18s5, Margaret, dau. of the Hon. J.
Hart, C.M.G., of Adelaide, S.Australia, and has further
issue,

Margaret Joyce, 6. 17 May, 1888.

2 Edward Cotton, 6. 19 April, 1846; lu. 22May, 1890, Anne
Caroline, younger dau. of Eev. Henry M.Ingram, Eector
of Aldrington, Sussex.

3 James Crofts (13, Chester Street, Grosvcnor Place, S.W.),

6. 3 Aug. 1847 ; m. 11 Nov. 1884, Edith Purefoy Ellis, 3rd
dau. of F. J. E. Jervoise, Esq. of Herriard Park, Hants,
and has issue, James Jervoise, 6. 2 June, 1888 ; Ethel
Mary Purefoy, 6. 15 Oct. 1885.

4 Francis, Capt. E.N. , in Ashantee War 1873-74 (medal);
b. 15 Sept. 1849 ; to. 26 Oct. 1875, at Cape Town, Eebecca
Wilson, dau. of J. W.Glynn, Esq. of Cape Town, and has
issue, Frank, 6.10 Aug. 1876 ; John Glynn, 6.27 Sept.
1884 ; Mary, b. 2 Dec. 1879 ; Phyllis, 6. 14 Nov. 1880 ;
Ethel, b. 26 March, 1882.

5 Eeginald Henry, of Lewes, Sussex, 6.1 Feb. 1851 ; to. 8
June, 1875, Alice Mai"y, dau. of Eev. John Turner, of
Tiffield, Northants, and has issue, Marjorie Helen, 6. 13
April, 1877.

6 Leonard George, 6. 17 Nov. 1852; d.9 Jan. 1854.

7 Clement (Eev.), Eector of Newick, Sussex, B.A. (Oxon)
1879, 6.23 Nov. 1855; m. 12 June, 1883, Anna Carew,
widow of Capt. H. J. L.TiirnbuIl, K.A., and only dau.of
the late S.S. Davenpurt, Esq. of 15ognor, Sussex, and has
issue, Geoffry Davenport, 6.6 May, 1884; Itichard Crofts,
6.11 July, 1880.

8 Hubert John, of Lewes, Sussex, 6.13 May, 1858; to. 8
June, 1886, Mabel, 'Znd dau. of C. Francis Trower, Esq. of

7, Kensington Gate, W., and has issue, Harold Osborne,
6.20 Aug. 1888; Mabel Primrose, 6. 19 April, 1887.

9 Owen Markham, Capt. 19th Middlesex Volunteers, 6. 31
March, 1861.

1 Fanny Catherine, 6. 14 June, 1843; to. 19 April, 1866,
Arthur Markham Nesfield, Esq. (who d. IG June, 1874),
and had issue.

2 Amy Gabriclle, 6. 22 Feb. 1857 ; to. 3 Jan. 1882, Eev.
Henry Walter Brock, M.A , Vicar of Ottcrbourne, Win-
chester, son of Very Kev. Carey Brock, Dean of Guernsey,
and has issue.

III. Nathanael, now of Buckhurst Hill.

IV. John Cotton, of Selsfield, East Grinstcad, 6. 22 March,
1817 ; m. 14 May, 1850, dau. of the late Hon. and Eev. P.
A. liby, Eector of Cottesbrook, Northants.

I. Catharine, 6. 27 Jan. 1808 ; d. 27 Jan. 1871.

II. Anna, 6. 21 July, 1810; m. 14 June, 1842, Eev. Charles
Torkington, and d. 8 Nov. 1847.

III. Mary Elizabeth, 6. 27 June, 1815: vi. 27 June, 1843,
Alfred Caswall, Esq., who d. 23 May, 1855. She d. 22 Jan.
1881.

IV. Mary Anne, 6.13 April, 1819; to. 4 July, 1847, Francis
Halhed, Esq., who d. 27 June, 1880.

Mr. Powell d. at Clapton House, 5 Aug. 1840.

Arma — Per fcsse or and arg., a lion rampant guardant gu.
between two tilting spears erect ppr. Crt&l - A linn passant or,
in the paw a broken tilting spear in bend ppr., pendent there-
from by a riband gu. an escocheon resting on the wreath sa.,
charged with a pheon or.

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POWELL OF YNYSMEUDWY HOUSE.

Powell, John, Esq. of Ynysmeudwy House, co.
Glamorgan, J.P. and Alderman for that county, b.
3 Aug. 1835, m. June, 1876, Annie, dau. of the late
Edward Hughes, Esq. of Cvvmcarnedd, and Coed-
ddol, CO. Montgomery, and has 'issue,

John Nathaniel Hughes, h. 2 May, 1877.
Mary Elizabeth Ann, b. 26 May, 1881.

Lineagre. — John Powell, Esq. of Cynhonly and Plas
Bach, CO. Glamorgan, ni. 1714, and by his wife, Mary, had a
son,

Morgan Powell, Esq. of Plas Bach and Cefnforest, co.
Glamorgan, m. 17C6, and by Anne, his wife, had issue, a son,

John Powell, Esq. of Cefnforest, co. Glamorgan, m. 171)0,
Mary Harry or Harries, and was father of,

John Powell, Esq. of Cefnforest, Plds Bach, andRhosfawr,
CO. Glamorgan, m. 1834, Mary, dau. of John Itees, Esq. of
Brynwith, co. Carmarthen, and by licr (who d. 25 Oct. 1878)
had issue,

I. John, of Ynysmeudwy House.

II. Thomas, of Carreg Cennen Castle, co. Carmarthen, of
llhosfawr and -Plas Bach, co. Glamorgan, b. 1837; la. 1801,
Mary, dau. of the late Edward Hopkins, of Gelly Gynrhos
and Lhvynyryn, co. Carmarthen, and d. 189f, leaving with
two other sons and one dau., Lewis Nathaniel, h. 1865.

Mr. J. Powell d. 12 Oct. 1868.
Seat — Ynysmeudwy House, Swansea.



POWER, now DE LA POER, OF
GURTEEN LE POER.

Dk La Poee, Edmond James de Poheb, Esq. of
Gurteen Le Poer, co. Waterford, Knight of Justice
of St. John of Jerusalem (Malta), formerly Cham-
bei'lain to H.H. Pope Pius IX., and Count of the
Koman States, so created 19 Aug. 1864, J.P. and
D.L. CO. Waterford, and M.P. for that co. 1866-73,
High Sheriff 1879, b. 6 March, 1841 ; m. 1 June,
1881, Hon Mary Olivia Augusta Monsell, only dau.
of William, 1st Lord Emly, and has issue,

I. John William Rivallon de Poher, b. 10 March, 1882.

II. Edmond Alain Tremeur de Poher, 6. 30 April, 1883.

III. William Stephen Arnold Tremeur de Poher, 6. 8 Nov.
1885.

I. Elinor Mary Trefine de Poher.

II. Ermyngarde Berthe Frances de Poher.

III. Mary Frances VTseult de Poher.

Mr, De La Poer claims the Barony of Power, and
Ourrawhmore, conferred on Sir Richard le Poer, by
patent of 13 Sept. 1535, with remainder to the
heirs male of his body.

Lineage. — This family was founded by Sir Robert de
Poher, Knt,, Marshal and Lord of Waterford in 1177. In
1179 he was joined in commission with the Lord Hugh deLacy
in the Government of Ireland, and from him have descended
the Barons of Donoyle, and the Lord Power and Curraghmore.

Sir Richard Poer, Knt. of Curraghmore, co. Waterford,
Sheriff of the co. 1635, whose ancestors had been summoned to
;ittend Parliament as Feudal Barons, was created by patent,
dated 13 Sept. 27 Henry VIII., a.d. 1535, Lord Power, Baron
of Curraghmore, with remainder to the heirs male of his body,
lie ill. Lady Katheiine Butler, dau. of Pierce, 8th Earl of
Ormonde, by whom (who d. 1552) he had issue,

I. Piers, his successor. ii. John, 3rd Lord.

Lord Power d. 10 Nov. 1539, and was s. by his eldest son.

Piers, 2nd Lord Power, 6. 1522, a minor at his father's death,
and granted in ward to James, 9th Earl of Ormonde, 1 March,
1540. He d. unm. 13 Oct. 1545, and was s. by his brother,

John, 3rd Lord Power, b. 1527, who was then a minor. He
m. Lady Elinor Fitzgerald, dau. of James, 15th Earl of Des
niond, and had, with three younger sons,

I. Richard, his successor, 4th Lord.

II. Piers, of Rathaormycke, who m. Margaret, dau. of Pieis
Butler, and d., according to an inq. post mvit. taken 10 Oct.
4 James I., 26 May, 1597, leaving a son and heir.

Richard Power, Esq. of Rathgormycke, and Clondonnel,
who had livery of his father's lands 3 Feb. 1018, and m.
Elinor, dau. of William Butler, Esq., Lord of the Manor
of Ballybue, and had (with three younger sons, James, a
Capt. in the Spanish Army, Edmond and William, and '



four daus., one of whom, Honora, m. Edmond Power,
of Curraghkealy, fitzNicholas) two elder sons,

1 John, his successor.

2 Piers, ancestor of the Gurtoen line, of whom here-
after.

Richard Power, of Rathgormycke, d. 28 Feb. 1635, was
buried at MotheU, co. Waterford, and was s. by his eldest
son,

John Power, Esq. of Rathgormycke, who had livery
of his father's lands 12 March, 1035. He m. (settle-
ments dated 14 June, 16'29) Elian, dau. of Donald
McGrath, of Mountain Castle, co. Waterford, and had
issue,

1 Piers, of Knocklafala, proprietor of Rathgormycke in
1041, and according to the survey of the co. Waterford,
1654, held Knocldafala, Clondonnel, and other lands.
Transplanted to co. Galway, 1G54, and d. there at Creg-
mulgreny, s. ?).

2 Richard, Capt. in the Royal Army, was transplanted to
Connaught by Oliver Cromwell. He m. Hellen, dau.
of Capt. David Power, of Kilbolan, co. Cork (who was
transplanted to Ballynagran, co. Galway by Oliver
Cromwell), and d. at Ballindrimny, 5 April, 1705,
leaving issue, three daus., 1 Bridget, ju. 14 . -apt. 1702,
Francis John MacNamara, Esq. of Cratloe, co. Clare ; "Z
Mar}-, Mi. as hereafter, John Power, Esq. of Gurteen, who
was next relative in blood of the male line to her
father; 3 Mercy, d. unm. 1703.

Piers (2nd son of Richard Power, of Rathgormycke),
71!. Margaret, 2nd dau. of Nicholas Lee, Esq., and widow
of Henry Power, of Adamstown, co. Waterford. and by
her (who m. 3rdly, Richard Strange, Esq. of co. Water-
lord, whose will is dated 26 March, 1681, and was proved
•24 Nov. 1682) had issue, three sons and a dau.,

1 Richard, who left issue, a son Piers, d. s. p., and a
dau. Margaret.

2 John Lieut.-Col. in the French service, living 1637,
and d. unm.

3 Edmond, who carried on the line, first of Gurteen,
1678.

1 Katheiine, m. Garratt Gough, Esq. of Ballyvanin,
CO. Clare, grandson of Sir Thomas Gough, Knt. of
Kilmanahan, co. Waterford, and d. s. p.
The 3rd son,

Edmond Po^vER, Esq. of Curraghkealy, obtained from
the Duke of Ormonde a leasehold of Gurteen, co. Water-
ford, m. Eleanor, dau. of Pierce Power, of Monalargie,
and sister of John, 9th Lord Power, and d. intestate 16U8,
leaving issue,

1 Pierce, d. s. p.

2 John, of whom hereafter, as representative of the
family on the death of Henry, 10th Lord Power, 1742.

3 WiLLLAM FitzICdmond, successor to his brother.

4 Richard FitzKdmond, m. Martha, dau. of John
FitzGerald, of Ballymalloe, and d. s. p. 1717.

5 James FitzEdmond, ra. Mary, dau. of William
Hi.ggins, Esq. of Gortardagh, co. Waterford, and had
issue,

Edmond, successor to his uncle, of whom hereafter.

Richard.

Ellen. Magdalen.

Lord Power d. 8 Nov. 1592, and was s. by his eldest son,

Richard, 4th Lord Power, b. 1500; m. Hon. Katherine
Barry, dau. of James, Viscount Buttevant, and had issue,

I. John, to. Hon. Helen Barry, dau. of David, Viscount
Buttevant, and was killed by Edmond FitzGibbon (the
"White Knight") v. p., leaving by her (who m. 2ndly,
Thomas, 10th Earl of Ormonde and Ossory) with a dau.,
Ellen, in. David, Viscount Fermoy, an only son,

John, successor to his grandfather, as 5th lord.

II. Pierce, of Monalargie, who was mentioned by his grand-
father in deed of settlement of the Curraghmore estates 14
Feb. 28 Queen Elizabeth. He was living in 1633, and
w. Lady Katherine Butler, dau. of Walter, lltb Earl of
Ormonde and Ossory, and had a son.

Pierce, of Monalargie, who was attainted on account of
the part he took in the rebellion of 1641. He liad a dau.
Eleanor, m. Edmond Power, of Gurteen, and an only
son,

John (attainted for his adhesion to James II.), of whom
hereafter, as 9th Lord Power, but for the attainder.

III. Thomas, who was also mentioned in his grandfather's
deed of settlement 28 Queen Elizabeth.

IV. Edmond, mentioned in the same deed.

Lord Power d. 8 Aug. 1007, and was s. by his grandson,

John, 5th Lord Power, b. 1596, who had livery of his grand-
father's lands, 30 March, 1039 ; m. Ruth, dau. of Robert
Phypoe, Esq. of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, and had issue,

I. Richard, his successor, 6th Lord.

II. Pierce, of Killowen, m. Hon. Honora Burke, dau. of
John, 2nd Lord Brittas ; made his will 1 March, 1008,
which was proved 10 May, 1669, and left issue, an only
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Knth Judith, m. Thomas Duckett, ancestor of Ddckett of
Diicketl'a (rrove, co. Garlow.
III. John, d. unm. 22 Sept. lGn6, buried in Dublin.
JV. David, d. unm. 17 Aug. 16G1, buried at St. Slichan's.

I. Eleanor, m. Thomas Walsh, Esq. of i'illtown, co. Kil-
kenny.

II. Katherine, m. 1658, John Fitzgerald, Esq. of Dromana,
Lord of the Deeies, and d. 1660.

Lord Power was excused from transplantation at the hands of
UuTEE Cbomwell, as he was bereft of reason, and had been
so for twenty years, 18 Jan. IGfl-l. He was s. by his eldest son,
Richard, 6th Lord Power, who was created by patent dated
9 Oct. 1673, Viscount Decies and Earl of Tyrone. He m. 1664,
Lady Dorothy Annesley, dau. of Arthur, 1st Earl of Anglesey,
by whom, who was buried in the cathedral of Waterford, he
bad issue,

I. Arthur, d. unm. v. p.

II. John, his successor, 7th Lord and 2nd Earl.

III. James, 8th Lord and 3rd Earl.

Lord Power, 1st Earl of Tyrone, was imprisoned in the Tower
of London as a Jacobite, where he d. 14 Oct. 1690, and was
buried at Earnborough, Hants, when he was s. by his eldest
son,

John, 7th Lord Power, 2nd Earl of Tyrone, b. 1645, who
</. unm. in Dublin 14 Oct. 1693, and was buried at Carrick-on-
Suir, when he was s. by his brother,

James, 8th Lord Power, 3rd Earl of Tyrone, b. 1666 ; m.
Anne, dau. of Andrew Rickards, Esq. of Dansjan Spidoge, co.
Kilkenny, by whom he had an only dau.,

Lady Katherine Power, m. 1717, Sir Marcus Bercsford, 4th
Bart, of Coleraine, and brought her husband the CuiTagh-
more estates. She \d. 1769. Sir Marcus was created, 18
July, 1746. Earl of Tyrone, and was ancestor of the Mar-
quess of Waterford.
Lord Power, 3rd Earl of Tyrone, d. without male issue, 19
Aug. 1703, when his Earldom and Viscounty became extinct,
but his Barony of Power of Curraghmore reverted to his heir
male,

John, 9th Lord Power, dejure (see the descendants of Pierce
Power, of Monalargie), who being a Col. in the army of
James II., and attainted and outlawed in 1688, could not lake
his seat, but he was allowed a pension of £300 per annum by
the Crown. He d. in Paiis 20 Aug. 1725 (will dated 10 July,
1717), and left, with two daus., Charlotte and Clare, an only
son,

Henkt, 10th Lord Power, but for the attainders of his father
and grandfather. He took out administration to his father
11 Sept. 1725, and petitioned the Duke of Bolton, Lord-Lieu-
tenant of Ireland, for the Curraghmore estate, as heir male,
upon which petition the Lords Stanhope and Karrington made
a favourable report to his Grace, but the petition never came
to a hearing. He d. intestate and unm. May, 1742, and was
buried at St. Matthew's Church, Irishtawn, Dublin. Adminis-
tration was granted to his sisters, 5 Dec. 1743. Upon his death
the whole male descendants of Richard, 4th Lord Power,
became extinct, and the representation of the 1st Lord Power
devolved on the heir male of Pierce Power, of Rathgormuck,
the brother of the 4th Lord,

John Powek, Esq. of Gurteen, co. Waterford, and of
Grange, co. Galway {see descendants of Pierce Power, of Rath-
gormuck). He served in France under his maternal uncle,
Col. John Power, 9th Lord Power, and on his return to
Ireland he m. 6 Oct. 1703, Mary, dau. and co-heir of Richard
Power, Esq. of Ballydrimney, co. Galway, at the request of
his kinsman, he being the next relation in blood of the male
line. By this lady (who d. 1726) he had five daus.,

I. Helen, m. Hyacinth, Lord Mount Leinster, and d. s. p.

II. Mary, d. unm.
ill. Bridget, d. s. p.

IV. Katherine, m. 1733, John Power, Esq. of Clashmore, co.
Waterford, and had issue.

V. Elizabeth, rn. ZSApiil, 1739, her cousin, Edmond Power
Eitz-James, Esq. of (iurteen.

Mr. Power d. at Grange, co. Galway, 1743, and was s. by his
brother,

William Power (FitzEdmond), Esq. of Gurteen, who d. s. p.
at Gurteen, 6 Aug. 1755, and was buried at Kilsheelan. His
will, dated 22 July, 1755, was proved 18 Sept. following, and
he was s. by his nephew,

Edmo.vd Power, Esq. of Gurteen, m. 1st, 13 April, 1739, his
cousin, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John Power (Fiiz
Edmond), Esq. of Gurteen, and had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, m. 1774, Joanna, dau. of Thaddeus O'Meagher,
Esq. of IkeiTin, co. lipperary, and by her (who d. 1801) he
had issue,

1 Edmo.vd who s. bis uacle.



2 James, of Ballydine, J. P., Capt. Tipperary Mi'itia, nt-
Katherine, dau. of James Butler, Esq. of Wilford, co.
Tipperary, and d. 11 June, 1854, having had an only sod,
Edmond, d. unm. at Madeira, 5 Dec. 1838.

3 William, of Glyn, d. unm. 1839.

1 Honora, m. 1st, Major Quinn, and 2ndly, William.
Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, co. Wexford.

2 Elizabeth. 3 Eleanor.
in. James.

IV. Richard.

I. Elizabeth, m. Francis Mandeville, Esq.

II. Katherine, hi. William Howley, Esq.

Mr. Power 711. 2ndly, 1753, Mary O'Brien, widow of Capt.
Walter de la Mar, of Porterstown, co. Dublin, by whom he
had another dau.,

in. Eleanor, m. Peter Lynch, Esq.
Mr. Power was s. by his eldest son,

William Power, Esq. of Gurteen, m. 10 Sept. 1765, Mary,
dau. and heir of Capt. Walter de la Mar, of Port-erstown, co.
Dublin, by Mary O'Brien, his wife, and d. s. p. 1813, when he-
was s. by his nephew,

Edmond Power, Esq. of Gurteen, b. 1775, served in the 8th
Light Dragoons (now 8th Hussars), under the Duke of York,
during the Flanders Campaign. He wt. 29 May, 1815, Anas-
tatia, dau. and co-heir (with her sister Mary, who m. 1827,
Richard Montesquieu Bellcw, M.P., brother of Patrick, 1st
Lord Bellew, and d. s. p.) of John Lalor, Esq. of Long
Orchard, co. Tipperary, and had issue by her (who in. 2ndly,
the Right Hon. Richard Lalor Sheil, M.P., and d. at Florence,
3 Aug, 1852) three sons and two daus.,

I. John William, his heir.

II. Edmond James {see Power-Lalor of Long Orchard).

III. Richard Francis, in. 3 March, 1849, Sara, dau. of Charle.*
Gordon, Esq. of Virginia, U.S.A., and d. 1880, leaving two
daus., Anaslatiaand i\lary.

I. Mary, m. 1846, Henry Petre, Esq. of DunkcnhaJgh, D.L.
CO. Lancaster, and d. s. p. 1880.

II. Ellenor, m. 1843, Patrick William Power, Esq. of Pern-
brokestown, co. Waterford, and d. 1888, leaving issue.

Mr. Power d. 29 May, 1830, and was s. by his eldest son,

John William Power, Esq. of Gurteen, M.P. , J. P. and D.L.
ci. Waterford, 6 . 1816; m. 30 April, 1840, Frances, dau. of Sir
John Power, 1st Bart, of Kilfane, by Harriet his wife, dau. of
Gervais Parker ISushe, Esq. of Kilfane, and d. 12 May, 1851,
having by her, who d. 28 Jan. 1893, had issue, five sons and
four daus.,

Edmond James de Pohee de la Poer, now of Gurteen le

Peer.
John, 6. 1842; d. 1851.
William, 6. 2 June, 1843, late Capt. 65th Regt., ni. 2 Sept.

1879, Mary Anastatia, eldest dau. of his uncle, Edmoml

Po«er Lalor, of Long Orchard.
Raymond, of Kilcronagh, co. Kilkenny, b. 6 March, 1846, lat<,-

16th Regt., m. 6 April, 1873, Emily Frances Lloyd, 3rd dau.

and co-heir of Charles Thomas Warde, Esq. of Cloptou

House, CO. Warwick, by Marianne his wife, dau. of John

Bennet Lawes, Esq. of Uothamsted, Herts.
Arnold, b. 17 Oct. 1849, late 20th Regt., d. unm. 17 Oct.

1883.
lliirriette Anastatia, m. 17 June, 1869, Gen. Sir Charles

Stanley Gougn, K.C.B., VC, Col. 5ih Bengal Cavalry,

2nd son of George Gough, Esq., late Commissiuner of

Patna, and has issue.
Mary, vi. 25 June, 1867, Samuel Perry, Esq. of Woodroffe,^

CO. Tipperary, and has issue.
Anasta:ia, 111. 15 July, 1875, Sir John Nugent Humble,

Bart., and has issue.
Frances Vincent, m. 5 Sept. 188



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