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witli pro-
bably a dau. Anne (m. Sir Samuel Forbes, of Foveran, co.
Aberdeen, Bart.), four sons,

I. Alexander, his heir.

jii. Robert, of Auchterellon, m. Elizabeth, only dan. of Col.

John FuUarton, of Dudwick, co. Aberdeen, and d. Jan.

i708, having had three sons,

1 Alexander, d. s. p. 1712.

2 John, of Dudwick, m. Mary, dau. of Sir David Falconer,
of Newton, Lord President of the Court of Session, sister
of David, 5th Lord Falconer, of Halkerton, and left two
daus. (Mrs Lidderdale and Mrs. Moir, of New Grange)
and two sons, 1 John Fullarton, of Dudwick, " out '• in
1745, and specially exempted from the general pardon, m.
Mary, dau. of Sir John Guthrie, of King Edward, Bart.,
but d. i. p. 1 April, 1768; and 2 Robert Fullarton, of
Dudwick, Lieut.-Gen. in the ser\ice of the Empress of
Eussia, Knt. of St. Catherine, d. unm. 7 March, 1786,
aged 76.

M James, Advocate in Aberdeen, m. Jean Walker, and d.
1761, having had issue,
Alexander, b. 1720 ; d. young.
KoBEKT, of Udny, of whom presently.
John, b. 1727, British Consul at Venice and Leghorn ;
VI. Aug. 17 77, Selina Shore, dau. of John Cleveland,
Esq., M.P. for Saltash, and Secretary to the Admiralty,
by Sarah his wife, sister of Sir Charles ShuckBurgh,
Bart., andrf. 18C0, leaving (with adau. Julia, ?u. 3 Sept.
1804, William Richard Hamilton, of Lord Belhaven's
family, Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
and Minister at Naples) a sou, Robert, afterwards of

■George, 6. 1729, d. t. p. Alexander, 6. 1730, d. t. p.
Ernest, 6. 1732 ; d. at Grenada, leaving Robert George,
a Member of the Supreme Council at Calcutta, m.
Temperance Fleming, and d. 1830, having had four
sons, Ernest Augustus, b. ISOl, <l. young ; George, b.
1802; Robert, b. 1804; Charles Grant, d. Ib44, leaving

Helen, b. 1718 ; m. Walter Cochrane.
Elizabeth, b. 1719; d. young.
Jean, 6. 1725; d. unm.
Elizabeth, 6. 1726; d. unm.
Margaret, b. 1734 ; m. — Ross, and had issue.
lili. Jjhn, of CultercuUen and Newtyle. It was probably
iliis John who sat in Parliament 1681-86 tor the burgh of
Kin tore.

IV. Arthur, a Graduate of the University of Aberdeen 16B2,
Merchant Burgess of Edinburgh, m. Isabella, dau. of John
Douglas, Merchant Burgess of Aberdeen.
The eldest son,

Alexander Udnt, of that ilk, was served heir of his father

20 Aug. 1669 ; m. Anna Renton, probably of the Reutons of
Billy, CO. Berwick, and had issue,

1. John, his heir. ii. Alexander, living 1606.

I. Magdalene, m. Robert Grahame, of Craigie.

II. Elizabeth, living 1696.

III. Anne, m. Jtih i Sandilands, of Countess Wells, and had
a son, John, who took the name of Udny.

IV. Christina, living 1696.

The eldest son,

John Udnt, of that ilk, represented the co. in Parliament
i70:j-1706. He m. March, 1701, Lady Martha Gordon, dau. of

George, 1st Earl of Aberdeen, Chancellor of Scotland, and had

I. Alexander, his heir.

I. Anne, to. Charles Eraser, of Inveralochy, co. Aberdeen ;
d. 24 Aug. 1753, aged 49, leaving issue,
1 William, afterwards of Udny.

1 JIartha Eraser, of Inveralochy, m. Colin Mackenzie, of
Kilcoy, CO. Ross.

2 Eliza Eraser, of Castle Eraser, d. unm.
The son and heir,

Alexandeh Udnt, of that ilk. Advocate 1728, Commissioner
of Excise for Scotland 1742, m. 25 Dec. 1758, Margaret, only
child of William Duff, of Braco, widow of Patiick Duff, of
Culter and Premnay, all in co. Aberdeen. This lady, who
possessed the estate of Eden, and was known as Mrs. Udny-
Daff claimed the great estates of her father on the plea that the
entail in favour of heirs-male was invalid ; the suit was com-
promised in 1724, she receiving £10,000 in addition to £3000
given her by William Duff, of Braco, in 1718. Mrs. Udny-Duff
left all her property to her cousin James, Earl of Fife, grand-
son of her adversary, when fresh lawsuits followed between
him and her late liusband's heirs. Eden passed to the heir
of entail and belongs to his grandson, Mr. Grant-Duff, M.P.
Alexander Udny d. without issue 1789, and was s. by his

William FBiSEn-UDNT, of Udny and Inveralochy, who was
served heir of entail and provision-general of his uncle 2 Dec.
1789, and heir-general 15 Jan. 1790. He d. 13 Dec. 1792,
when the male representation of the family devolved on his

Robert Fcllarton-Udnt, b. 1722, F.R.S. and F.S.A., a
West India Merchant in London, s. to Dudwick on the death
of his cousin-german. Gen. Fullarton, in 1786, became heir-
male of the UJny family in 1789, although he did not inherit
the estate till after the death of William Fraser-Udny three
years afterwards. Mr. FuUai ton-Udny m. 1st, Miss Hougham,
whose sister was wife of Spencer, 8th Earl of Northampton ;
and 2ndly, Martha Jourdan. He d. 3 Jan. 1802, leaving an
only child, Mary, m. 1785, Sir William Augustus Cunyngham,
of Livingstone and Milncraig, Bart. Mrs. Udny was, in 1805,
appointed sub-governess of the Princess Charlotte. Mr. Ful-
larton-Udny's nephew and successor,

John Robert Follaetos-Udnt, of that ilk and Dudwick,
b. at Leghorn 14 Nov. 1779. He was educated in Scotland,
entered the army, served in the Guards, and attained the
rank of Col. He m. lat, 1812, Emily, dau. of Thomas Fitzhugh,
of Plas Power, co. Denbigh, and by her (who d. 18 J6) had one

John AucrsTcs, Col. in the army, b. 17 July, 1S17, d. unm,
6 May, 1859.

He )ii. 2ndly, Anne {d. 1870), dau. of J. AUatt, and had by her
a son,

John Henet Fdllakton-Udnt, now of Udny and Dudwick.
Col. Udny d. 29 Nov. 18G1.

Arms — Gu., a stag's head -nithten tines caboshedor, between
two greyhounds counter-salient arg., collared of the field, in
chief and base three fieurs-de-lis, two and one, of the second.
Crest — A fleur-de-lis gu. Siq>porters— Two savages, wreathed
head and middle with oak, and holding in their exterior hands
gigantic batons resting on tlieir shoulders ppr. Motto — All my
hope is in God. (In the 16th century, the latnily seem to have
borne, Gu., two greyhounds chasing a hart ppr.)

Seat — Udny Castle, CO. Aberdeen.

C'iui— White's.


Uniacke, Norman Compton FitzG-eealj}, Esq.
of Mount Uniacke, co. Cork, retired Lieut. E.N.,
b. 14 Dec. 1.'548, s. his father 12 Sept. 1877; m. 21
Nov. 1882, Louisa, dau. of William Garde, Esq. of
Eilberrj, co. Cork.

Liineagre. — This ancient family, formerly called Unak or
Uniek, was settled near Youghal, in the South of Ireland,
about the close of the 13th century. Tradition relates that
they were originally a sept or clun of the Geraldiues of
Desmond, and that the firs: of the name was a certain Fitz-
Gerald, who, having undertaken and successfully performed
a deed of great daiing, upon which no one else had been
willing to venture, was afterwards surnamed " Unicus " (the
only one) ; which honourable patronymic his descendants
retained, adopting as their motto the words, " Unicus est. "
The following notices of five descents in the 13th and 14tli
centuries were extracted from the records in Bcrmingham
Tower in the Castle of Dublin, by Sir William Betham,





"Ulster"; and are set forth in ihe pedi<:rce of the Uniacke
family, drawn up by him in 16-G. Bernard Unak, of Cork,
livins there in 1305, as appears hy an entry on the Plea Roll
of that year. His son, Bernard Unak, of Yonghal, co. Cork,
living 1311, is mentioned in the Pica Uoll and tlie Great Roll
of the I'ipc. He held lands in the Manor of Inchecoyn, near
Youghal, ju 13-1, as appears by an Inq. p.m., 14 Edward II.
His son, Philip Unak, of Youghal, was living there 1335. His
son, Thomas Unak, or Uuack, is mentioned in an Inq. p.m.,
22 Kdwakd ill., as holding lands in Grenegoygh, m the Manor
of Ineheeoyn. He wjis one of the Justices of As&ize at Cork in
1357. His son and heir, Thomas Unack, one of the Justices
of Assize in 13S5, held four knight's fees from Sir William de
Wyndesore, in the Manor of Ineheeoyn, by homage and service,
as appears by an entry on the Close Rolls, 9 Richard II.
Their deseend;int,

Tiio.MAs Unack. or Uniack, of Ballyhobbert, near Youghal,
living in the year 1500, was an Alderman, and twice Mayor
of Youghal, in 1556 and 1560. By Margaret his wife he had
three sous, i. James, his heir ; ii. Thomas, of Youghal
(menlioncd Ulou) ; iii. Edmund, liyiug in 1678. The eldest

James Ukiack, of Ballyhobbert. a Burgess of Youghal, m.
Margaret, dau. of Edmond KitzGeralil, of Ballymartyr, and
sister to the famous John FitzEdmond, the Earl of Desmond's
last Seneschal of Imokilly; by whom, who survived him, he
left issue an only son John, and two daus. Ellen and Christian.
His will is dated 27 Feb. 1677, and dying 1678 (Inq. p.m.), he was
t. by his son and heir,

John Uniacke, of Ballyhobbert, a Burgess of Youghal, a
mmor at his father's death, granted in ward to Henry
Sheffelde, gent., 23 April, 1586; and had livery of his lands of
Ballyhobbert, Mokerishe, Ballyvergyn, BatULigeehy, and
Vanchym ore, with oiher property in Youghal, 4 Dec. 1602.
He m. (settlement dated 22 Jan. 161*1) Johanna, dau. of Thomas
Coppinger, of Y'oughal, an Alderman, and four limes Mayor of
Y'oughal ; but by her (whose will is dated 10 Feb. 1635) he
had no issue, and dying before 1623 (Inq. p.m.). he was «.

Thomas Uniacke, of Youghal, his cousin and heir male, son
of Edmond Uniacke and grandson of Thomas Uniacke of
Youghal aforesaid, brother of James Uniack of Ballyhubbert.
He is mentioned as kinsman in the curious will of Sir John
FitzGerald of Ballymaloe, 1 Sept. 1640, who bequeathed to
him considerable property near Y'oughal. By Margaret his
wife, a dau. of one of the FitzGeraldsof Glenane, co. Cork, he
had issue,

I. Mahbice, his heir.

II. Edmond, living 1649; one of the Overseers of his brother's

I. Christian, living 1649.

II. A dau., m. Nicholas Miagh, of Youghal, gent.

He was s. by his eldest son,

Maurice Uniacke, Esq., of Ballyvergyn, near Youghal, an
Alderman, and Mayor of Y'oughal 1639, and Mayor of the
Staple 1640. His will is dated 10 April, 1646, with a codicil 9
F'eb. 1648. He m. Margrett, dau. and sole heir of Richard
Kearney, of Youghal, Burgess ; by whom, who survived him,
be had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. James, of Dublin, of whom presently.

hi. Edmond, of Youghal, gent., living in 1682 ; m. and had
issue (with a dau., Ansraee, m. — Colpnys), an only son,
James, of Cappagh, co. Tipperary, Counscllor-at-Law, who
m. 1st, his cousin Ann, dau. of James Uniacke, of Dublin,
gent., and 2ndiy, Barbara, dau. of John Power, of Clash-
more, CO. Waterlord ; and d. 1732, leaving issue, an only
dau. and heir, Katharine, m. her cousin, Maurice Uniacke,
Esq. of Woodhouse, co. Waterlord.

IV. Richard, entered at Gray's Inn, London, 6 July, 1669.

V. John, of Curreheen, co. Cork, an Alderman of Youghal ;
m. Phillis, dau. of Alderman Fierce Miagh, of Youghal, by
■whom, who d. 1684, and is bur. at Youghal, he had issue,
two children, who both d. young. His will is dated 13
March, 1729.

I. Anstace, m. Theobald F'itzGerald, of Clonea, co. Waterford,

II. Joane, living 1G49.

Mr. Maurice Uniacke d. 1649, and was s. by his son and

Thomas Uniacke, Esq., of Ballyvergyn, andBarnageehy, co.
Cork ; his estates were confiscated by Cromwell, in 1658, for
his adherence to the Royal cause, but were restored to him in
1663, by a Decree of Innocence under the Acts of Settlement.
He was an Alderman and M.P. for Youghal in Kin:; James' I rish
Parliament of 1689; m. Helena, dau. of Garret FitzGerald,
Esq., of Lisquinlan, co. Cork,. (and co-heir of her brother the

Right lion. Robert F"itzGerald,who d. s. it. 1718), by whom he
had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. James, of Corneveagh, co. Cork; ni. (settlement dated 2
Aug. 17o3) Anstace, dau. of Philip FitzJamesUonayne, Fisq.
of Ronayne's Court, co. Cork ; his wid is dated 7 May, 1712,
and dying the same year, he left issue,

1 Maurice, 6. 1705.

2 James, settled at Port Morant, .Jamaica; ;«. and had

3 Philip, of Youghal, living 1737.
1 Helen, 7)i. — Prendergast, E.sq.

I. Margaret, h. 1G72.

II. Elinor, rf. 1680, bur. in the South Abbey, Youghal.

Mr. Thomas Uniacke d. 1708, and was «. by his son and

Thomas Uniacke, Esq., of Ballyvergyn andBarnageehy, co.
Cork, and of Woodhouse, co. Waterford, which latter
estate he purchased from Major Richard FitzGerald, in
1726. He was an Alderman and Mayor of Youghal, 1723 ;
m. (license dated 3 M.arch, 1707) Helena, dau. and co-heir of
Christian Bor, of Bor Mount, co. Wexford, a General in
King William's army (by Ellen his wife, an heiress of the
family of Hore, of co. Wexford) ; by whom he had issue,

I. Bor, his heir.

II. Robert, of Lisquinlan and Corkbeg, co. Cork, which
estates he inherited under the will of his maternal great-
uncle, the Right Hon. Robert FitzGerald, of Lisquinlan,
assuming, in compliance, with testator's wishes, the name
and arms of F'itzGerald. He in,. 1750, FYances, dau. of
John Judkin, Esq. of Ballymore, co. Tipperary, and had

1 Robert Uniacke-FitzGerald, Esq., M.P. for co. Cort
from whom descend the Uniacke Penrose F'itzGeealds
of Corkbeg (see that family) .

2 Thomas Judkin-FitzGerald, Esq., of Lisheen, co. Tip-
perary, created a Baronet, 5 Aug, 1801, from whom
descend the Judkin FitzGebalds, of Lisheen (see that

III. Maurice, of Woodhouse, co Waterford, in which estate
he had a life interest under his father's will; m. Katheriiie,
dau. and sole heir of CounsellorJamesUniacke, of Cappagh,
and d. 2 F'eb. 1743, leaving issue, an only dau. and heir,
Barbara, m. Walter Atkins, Esq. of Leadington, co. Cork.

I. Clotilda, m. 16 Oct. 1738, William Wallis, Esq. of BaOy-
crenane, co. Cork.
Mr. Thomas Uniacke, of Woodhouse (whose will is dated 21
June, 1733), d. 1734, and was s. by his son and heir.

Bob Uniacke, Esq., of Ballyvergyn, and the Red House,
Y'oughal, and of Woodhouse, co. Waterford ; 6. 1710, Bayliff
of Youghal, 1736; m. (licence dated 3 April, 1742) Anne, dau.
of Frederick Trench, Esq. of Moate, co. Galway ; and d. 2i>
April, 1777, having had issue,

I. Robert, of Woodhouse, M.P. for Youghal, Col. Waterford
Militia, and Surveyor-General of the Ordnance ; m. 1790,
Annette Constantsa, dau. of the Right Hon. John Beresford,
brother to George, Marquis of Waterford ; and d. 1»02,
leaving issue (with a son, James, who d. unm., and six
daus.), a son and heir,

Robert John, of Woodhouse, J.P., D.L., .an Officer 7th
Hussars, served in the Peninsular and at Waterloo ; m.
1821, the Lady Mildred Bourke, sister to Robert, 5th Earl
of Mayo, and d. 1S51, leaving issue (with four daus.), an
only surviving son. Col. Robert Bor Uniacke, who d.
unm. in 1863, when the male line of the Woodhouse
Uniackes became extinct, the property devolving upon
Col. George Beresford, R.A., in right of hi.i wife, Frances
Constantia, eldest dau. of Col. Robert John Uniacke, above

II. Frederick, d. young.

I. Helena, 6. 1744 ; to. Richard Uni.acke, Esq. of Ahadda,
CO. Cork.

II. Mary, b. 1749; d. young.

III. F^lizabeth, 6. 1754 ; »n. Crofton Uniacke, Esq. of Ballyre,
CO. Cork.

We now return to,

James Uniacke, of the city of Dublin, gent. ; 2nd son of
Maurice Uniacke, Esq., of Ballyvergyn; entered at Trinity
College, Dublin, 28 Jan. 1661, and adopted the law as his pro-
fession; m. 31 M.ay, 1665, Mary Luther, a kinswoman of John
Luther, of Youghal, gent., a cadet of the ancient family of
Luther, of co. Essex, ; by whom he had issue,

I. John, b. 1669 ; d. young. ii. James, his heir.

HI. Norman, of Curreheen, co. Cork, M.D., b. 1678, entered
at Trinity College, Dublin, 8 Aug. 1695 ; m. (settlement
dated 6 Jan. 1713) Elizabeth, dau. of William Supple, Esq.
of Aghadoe, co. Cork, and d. 5 Dec. 1727, leaving issue,

1 James, of Yough.aI, an Alderman, and Mayor of Youghal
1755 and 1767 ; m. 23 April, 1747, J.ane, dau. of Alderman
John Lucas, of Youghal, and had issue.





Norman William. Arthur Hyde.

James Tonson. Eichard.

Jasper, of Araglyn, co. Cork, to. Maria, dau. of Joshua
Andrews, Esq. of Kilworth, co. Cork, by whom he bad.
with other issue, a son. James, Major R.M., killed at
the storming of Chin-Keang-foo, in China, 21 July,
1842, leavinfc issue by Emma, his wife, dau. of Edinond
Eoehe, Esq., an only dau., Jane. Mr. Jasper Uniacke
was murdered in his own house, together with Col.
Mansergh St. George, in the Irish Rebellion of 179t!.

2 William, of Cork, m. Elizabeth Morris ; killed in a duel
at Cork, 1760.

3 John, of Cottage, co. Cork, J. P. ; m. Frances, dau. and
co-luir of Eoger Mainwaring, Esq. of Kermincham, co.
Cheshire, and by her, who d. Dec. 1796, he left issue at
his decease, 9 Sept. 1793,

John Mainwaring. of Cottage and Kermincham, Lieut.

66th Eegt. ; to. Mary, dau. of the Very Eev. Dixie

Blundell, D.D., Dean of Clontarf, by whom he had

(with a dau., Mary, m. Henry C. MacVeagh, Esq. of

DrewBtown, co. Meath), an only son,

I. John, of Kermincham, and of Boughton House, co.

Cheshire, Mayor of Chester 1837 and 1838; m. 3

June, 1823, Anne, dau. of Vice- Admiral Pierrepont,

and had issue,

1 William Pierrepont, bur. in Chester Cathedral.

2 Henry Turner, of Lay well House, co. Devon,
Capt. 19th Foot, present at the battle of Alma,
siege of Sebastopol, and storming of the Redan ;
to. Isabel, dau. of George Fortescue, Esq., and had
issue, Henry Percy, Lieut. Gordon Highlanders;
John Mainwaring : Frederick Fitzgerald, d. young ;
Evelyn Pierrop-mt, Lieut. 11th P'oot; Charles
Forte-scue: Karhleen, m. St. .John Blackett, Esq. ;
Isabel Alice ; Julianna Fortescue ; Geraldine, d.

1 Mary Frances, to. the Rev. R. N. Wool, M.A.

2 Maria, m. 1st, Col. Morman MacLeod; 2ndly,
Fredeiijk Wright, Esq.

Catherine, m. John R. Parker, Esq. of Green Park,
Youghal, and Urper Harley Street, London.

Frances, in. Henry Turner, Esq. of Bath.

Margaret, ??;. 12 Nov. 1770, William Power, Esq. of
Drumraghill, co. Waterford.

1 Mary, living 1754.

2 Mabella, living 1754.

3 Elizabeth, m. Edmond Browning, of the city of Dublin,

IV. Kearney, b. 1681 ; d. young.

I. Margaret, b. IB68; living in 1727.

II. Mary, 6. 1673 ; living 1730, d. uhto.

III. Ann, b. 1674; to. her 1st cousin. Counsellor James
Uniacke, of Cappagh ; she d. 1711, and is bur. at Youghal.

IT. Grace, b. 1679 ; d. young.
Mr. James Unlacke's will is dated 29 June, 1GS2, and dying
10 Aug. following, at Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, he was s. by
his son and heir,

James Uniacke, Esq., of Coolegorragh, co. Cork, J.P. ; b. 12
Oct. 1671, an Officer in Col. Conyngham's Eegt. of Dragoons,
(commission dated 16 March, 1692) ; purchased the estate of
Coolegorragh from his kinsman, James FitzGerald, Esq., of
Glenane, co. Cork( son of Sir William FitzGerald, Knt., and
built there the house called Mount Uniacke. He m. (settle-
ment dated 31 Jan. 1705), Mary, dau. of William Mathews,
Esq.. of Templelyon, co. Wicklow ; by whom who d. 1762, he
left issue,

I. RicHABD, his heir.

II. John, of Carriggower, co. Cork, M.D., entered at Trinity
College, Dublin, 17 Jan. 1726 ; to. Judith, dau. of Redmond
Barry, Esq. of Ballyclough, co. Cork, and had issue,

1 Redmond, of Old Court, co. Cork, to. 1782, Elizabeth,
dau. of Lionel Fleming, Esq. of Thornfield, co. Cork, and
d. 1802, leaving issue,

John, Capt. 95th Regt. ; killed at storming of Ciudad
Eodrigo, 1812, umii.

Lionel to. Elizabeth, dau. of George Crotty, Esq., and
had issue.

Thomas Fane, of Linbury Lodge, co. Westmeath, an
Officer in the Rifle Brigade ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Gustavus Rochfort, Esq., M.P., and had issue, Redmond
Eochfort, Ensign 71st Highland Light Infantry,
accidentally shot by a brother Officer, 1842 ; Gustavus,
d. young ; John Rochfort, Ensign 71st Regt. ; Frances,
TO. Capt. Lionel Smith, 54th Regt. ; Elizabeth.

Martha, m. Thomas Townsend, Esq. of Clyda, co. Cork.

Elizabeth m. Capt. Arthur Molloy, 32nd Regt,

Judith, m. General Richard Uniacke.

Isabella, to. Philip Somerville, Esq. of the Prairie,

Henrietta, to. Capt. Edward Coxon, Rifle Brigade.
1 Mary, to. Major Henry FfoUiott, of Hollisbrook, co.
m. Norman, of Castletown {see that family).

I. Mary, to. James Lombard, Esq. of Craig, co. Cork.

II. Elizabeth, m. 1740, the Ven. Parkyns Crofton, .Vrch-
deacon of Aghadoe, Vicar General of Cork and Ross.

Capt. James Uniacke's will is dated 1 May, 1730, and dying
June, 1733, he was s. by his son anl heir,

Richard Uniacke, Esq. of Mount Uniacke, co. Cork ; m.
(settlement dated 4 Nov. 1735) Ann, dau. of John Longtield,
Esq., of Castle IMary, co. Cork, J.P. ; by whom, whoi^ July,
1787, he had issue,

I. James, his heir.

II. John, Cornet 14th Dragoons, 4 March. 1760 : d. unm.

III. Eichard, of Dublin, and of Ahadda, co. Cork, Mayor of
Youghal 1777 and 1781 ; m. Helena, dau. of Bor Uniacke,
Esq. of Woodhouse, by whom, who d. 16 Sept. 1779, he had

Richard, d. young.

Mary Elizabeth Helena, only dau. and heir, m. John
Bayley, Esq. of Debsborough, co. Tipporary.

IV. Robert, Col. 58th Regt., served at, the siege of Gibraltar,
and in the Irish Rebellion of 1798 ; m. 1777, Mary, dau. of
Arthur Baynes, M.D., Surgeon-General at Gibraltar; and
d. 1832, leaving issue,

1 Eichard, of Castleview, co. Cork, General Royal Irish
Artillery ; m. Judith, dau. of Redmond Uniacke, Esq. of
Old Court, by whom he had issue,

Redmond, Deputy Commissary-General.

Richard, m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of Lieut. Thomson,
R.M., and had issue, two sons, Richard, and Artliur .;
and 2ndly, Fanny, dau. of John Whitworth, Esq., by
whom he has a son, Victor, and a dau., Nathalie.

Lambert, of Monkstown, co. Cork.

Elizabeth. Mary. Judith.

Anne. Jane. Caroline.

2 Robert, Capt. 18th Royal Irish, and Paymaster lOlb

1 Ann?. 2 Caroline. 3 Harriet.

4 Mary. 5 Catherine. 6 Amy.

7 Jane.

I. Elizabeth, m. John Swayne, Esq. of Youghal.

II. Harriet, m. Capt. Mathew Nash, Royal Irish Artillery.

III. Ann, d. unm. iv. Mary, d. unm.

Mr. Richard Uniacke's will is dated 19March, 1761, and dying
the same year, he was s. by his son and heir,

James Uniacke, Esq., of Mount Uniacke ; entered al;
Trinity College, Dublin, 20 Feb. 1753; M.P. for Youghal,
1776-96; m. 1st, 17 Sept. 1760, Caroline, dau. of Charles Coote,
Esq., of Coote Hill, co. Cavan, and sister to Charles, last Eail
of Bellamont, by whom, who d. 1792, he had an only dau.
Prudence, 6. 1764, d. an infant. He m. 2ndly, Mary Higgins,
by whom, who survived him, he left at his decease, 1803,

I. George Richard, d. young. ii. Norman, his heir.

I. Ann, m. Patrick Lawler, Attorney-at-Law.
It. Elizabeth.

His son and heir.

Norm an Uniacke, Esq., of Jlount Uniacke, commonly calleci
"the Minor"; b. 1796; m. 7 Oct. 1818, Eleanor, dau. of
George Lax, Esq., of Wells, co. Somerset ; by whom, who d.
1876, he left at his decease, 19 April, 1861,

I. Norman James Biggs, his heir.

II. George Lax, d. nam. 1875.

iti. Robert FitzGerald, d. 13 Dec. 1862, in Australia.

IV. Crofton Bernard, m. 1880, Josephine, widow of — Mere-
dith, Esq. of Bristol ; d.s.p. 1891.

I. Eleanor, d. unm.

It. Florence Elizabeth, m. E. U. FitzGerald Uniacke, Esq. o£

III. Marianne, d. unm. iv. Caroline, d. unni.

V. Susan Helena, m. the late George Morris, Esq.
The eldest son,

Norman James Biggs Uniacke, Esq., of Mount Uniacke, ai»
Officer in tie Denbighshire Cavalry; to. 10 Sept. 1844, Mary
Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Diinkwater Bethune, of Balfour, co.
Fife, by whom, who d. 10 Nov. 1863, he left issue at his
decease, 12 Sept. 1877,

I. Norman Compton FitzGerald, now of Mount Uniacke.
I. Eleanor Georgina. ii. Geraldine Cecilia.

Ayms—Arg., a wolf passant ppr. a chief gu.
Crest — A dexter cubit armed arm erect, gauntlcttcd ppr.,
holding a hawk's lure, or.
Mottoes — " Unicus est," and " Faithful and Brave."
Seat — Mount Uniacke, Killeagh, co. Cork.


Uniacke, Eobekt Uniackb FitzGeralp, Esq.
of Castletown, co. Cork ;. s. his gxandfatlierlSSo ;





m. ISo-i, Florence Elizabetli, dau. of Norman
Uniacke, Esq. of jMount Uoiacke, and lias issue,

EoBERT Uniacke Fitziiekald.

Liincagre.— For an account of tlie early history of this
faniiiy, see Uniacke oj Mount Uniacke.

MoRMAN Uniacke, Esq. of Castletown, 3rd son of Capt.
James Uniacke, of Mount Uniacke, m. Alicia, dau. and co-heir
of Bartholomew runton, Fsq. of Garrane James, co. Cork, the
-nd son of Capt. Thomas I'urdon, of Drinagli, co. Cork, and
i;^andsonofSir^■icho!;l5^ul•dou, Kut.of Ballyelough, by whom
he had issue,

I. James, his heir.

II. Bar

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