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6. 1754 ; m. 1782,
the Hon. Emilia Ward, youngest dau. of Bernard, 1st Viscount
Bangor (by his wife, Lady Anne Bligh, dau. of John, Earl of
Darnley), and has issue,

I. William, his successor.

II. Hugh Bernard, Capt. in the Guards, was severely wounded
at Waterloo, of which he never recovered ; d. 2 May, 1817.

III. Edward (Rev.), Rector of Portaferry, and Chancellor of
tlie Uioecse of Down, d.unm. 1825.

IV. Arthur Hill, of Tyrella, co.Down, D.L.and J.P.ofthat
CO., TO May, 1825, Lady Matilda Anne Parker, 3rd dau. of
Thomas, 5th Earl of Macclesfield, and had issue,

1 Hugh Parker, of Tyrella, co. Down, Major-Gen. in th&
army, late Liiut.-Col.60th Rifles, 6. Sept. 1SJ9.

2 Arthur Hill Sandys, Lieut.-Col. late liifio Brigade, now
commanding the provisional Bait., 6.27 Oct. 1841; to.
1873, Constance Anne Katharine, eldest dau of Robert
Bryce Hay, Esq., and has issue, a son, 6. 1876.

1 Amelia JIaria Eliza. 2 Frances Arabell^i Lonisa.

V. John Charles, Barrister-at-Law, d. 19 Dec. 1845.

VI. Francis Octavius, Major 45th Regt., and Col. Comm.
Royal Down Rifles, to. 6 Oct. 1842, Arabella Catherine, dau.
and co-heir of Kean Osborne, Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards, by
his wife, the Hon. Theodosia Ward, grand-dau. of Bernard
1st Viscount Bangor, and d. 19 April, 1885.



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vir. George Augustus Frederick Sandys, Lieut. R.N., d.
18 March, 1827.

I. Anne Catherine, d. unin. 1802, aged 17.

H. Emilia Georgiana Susanna, m. 4 l"eb. 1817, James Myles
Eeilly, Esq., Barrister-at-La\v, youngest son of John Rcilly,
Esq. of Scaivagh, co. Down (ic/iich see), and had issue.

Mr. Montgomery d. at Grey Abbey, 30 Marcli, 181.5, aud was s.
Ipy his eldest son,

William Montgomert, Esq. of Grey Abbey, High Sheriff
CO. Down 1824, ra. March, 1817, Lady Amelia Elizabeth
Parker (who d. 5 Feb. 1881), 2nd dau. of Thomas, 5th Earl of
Macclesfield ; d. 3 May, 1831, and was s. by his only child, the
present Hugh Montgomery, Esq. of Grey Abbey.

Amis — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, az., three fleurs-de-lis or,'for
MoNTGO.MEKT ; 2nd and 3rd, gu., three annulets or, gemmed
az., for Eglinton : all within a bordure or, charged with a
doulile tressure fli.iry counterflory gu. ; on a surcoat a sword
and sceptre saltirewise ppr. Crest — Out of a cap of maintenance
an arm in armour erect, grasping a sword.

Scat — Grey Abbey, Kewtownards, co. Down.



MONTGOMERY OF KILLEE.

MoNTGOMEET, Geoege, Esq. of Killee and
CareysTille, co. Cork, J.P., B.A. Ti-in. Coll. Dublin,
h. 1843 ; m. 1866, Elizabeth. Jane, dau. and heir
of Edward Keily Carey, Esq. of Careysville, co.
Cork, and has issue,

I. William. 6. 1868. ii. Edward Hugh, 6. 18G1.

III. George Howard, b. 1873.

IV. Thomas Alexander, 6. 1876.

I. Margaret, 6. 1867; m. 21 July, 1892, Captain Herbert
Sturges Barlow, 1st Batt. Seaforlh Highlanders (Ross-shire
Buffs) and has issue, a son, Robert George, b. Aug. 1893.

II. Grace, b. 26 April, 1885.

Lineage.— Rev. James Montgomery, Chaplain of Grey
Abbey, co. Down, stated to be a scion of the Hessilhead
branch of the house of Montgomery, was among the followers
of his kinsman, Hugh Montgomery, Laird of Braidstane
(created 3 May, 1622, Viscoimt Montgomery, of Ardes), when
he removed to Ireland at the plantation of Ulster. His son,

Hugh Montgomery, of Ballynagown, co. Down, m. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Lindsay, of Dromrod, and had issue. His 2nd
son,

Hugh Montgomery, was at first put to sea by liis father,
and made two voyages to America. He afterwards entered
the army, and served under William III. in Ireland, and in
1702 was in the Duke of Ormonde's Troop of Horse, and served
in Flanders and in England. He m. Elizabeth Howard, widow
of Col. Francis de la Rue, (a Frenchman, who served under
AViLLiAM III., and had a grant by patent, dated 28 Sept. 1699,
of Killee and other lands in co. Cork and elsewhere, and who
d. 1701, leaving an only son, Wriothesley De la Rue, d. s. 'j}.
1734), and by her had an only son,

George Montgomery, Esq. of Killee, co. Cork, to whom his
half-brother, Wriothe.=ley De la Rue, devised all his estates,
in. Frances, dau. of Morgan Magan, Esq. of Togherstown, co.
Westmeath, and had issue, i. Thomas, d. s. p.; ii. John
d. s. p. ; \u. George, of whom hereafter; iv. Hugh, «i. and
had issue, who settled at the Cape of Good Hope; i. Elizabeth,
m. Arthur Duhig, Esq., Barrister; ii. Katherine, d. s. ^j. The
3rd son,

George Montgomery, Esq. of Killee, in. 1787, Mary Quin,
of Loloher, Cahir, co. Tipperary, and had issue, i. Thomas, m.
Katherine Franks, and cZ. s. ^. ,• ii. John, killed at the battle
of Talavera; in. George, d. s. p. ; iv. William Qcin, of whom
hereafter; v. Arthur, d. s. p. 1847; i. Maria, d. s. p. 1830.
The 4th son.

Rev. William Qdin Montgomery, of Killee, m. 1840, Alice,
dau. of Rev. P. Sleeman, of Whitechu.rch, co. Devon, and d.
1869, having had issue,

I. George, his heir.

II. Thomas Bedford, m. 20 Oct. 1874, Dorothea Maria, dau.
of Samuel Riall, Esq. of Annerville, co. Tipperary, and has
issue, Arthur Samuel ; and Amy Maria.

III. William Hugh (Uev.), Hector of Sutcombe, Holsworthy,
CO. Devon, m, Adela Auber, of Bovey Tracey, same co. aud
had issue.

I. Katherine, d. s. p. n. Grace, d.s.p.

m. Amy, d. s. p. rv. Mary, d. s. p.

Seats — Killee, Mitchelstown, and Careysville, Fermoy, both
in CO. Cork.



MONTGOMERY OF BEAULIETJ.

MONTGOJIEEY, ElCHAED JOHNSTON, Esq. of

Beaulieu, co. Louth, J. P., b. 1855; m. 25 JVlarch,
1890, Maud Helena Collingwood, only dau. of Sir
John Stephen Eobinson, Bart, of Bokeby.

Iiineagre. — Alexander Montgomery, of the House of
Hazlehead, in Ayrshire, who first settled in Ireland, came at
the invitation of his cousin. Viscount Montgomery, and was
Prebendary of Doe, co. Donegal, but turned soldier, and got a
command. By his wife, Margaret, dau. of Very Rev. Alex-
ander Conyngham, Dean ofRaphoe(who d. 18 June, 1675), he
had two sons, John and William. The eldest son,

John Montgomery, Major in the army, d. 1679, leaving
by Dorcas his wife (who m. 2ndly, Rev. Andrew Leslie), a
dau. Margaret, who m. Rev. George Leslie, D.D., and had a
son, George Leslie Montgomery, M.P. co. Cavan,who s. toth&
Cavan estates, and a son and heir,

John Montgomery, Major in the army, ra. 1st, Catherine,,
dau. of Rev. James Auchinleck, and by her had,

John.

Alexander, Col., of Convoy, co. Donegal, and Ballyconnell,,
CO. Cavan, m. a dau. of Henry Percy, Esq. of Seeskin, co.
Wicklow, but d. s. p. 1729, having devised the Donegal
estates to his cousin, Alexander Montgomery, of Convoy.

Major John Montgomery m. 2ndly, Katherine, Lady Moore,
relict of Sir William Moore, 2nd Bart, of Ross Corbery, and
dau. of Sir John Perceval, 3rd Bart, of Burton. The eldest
son,

John Montgomery, Esq. of Cragan, Major in the army,,
had three sons,

I. John, Major in Col. Echlin's Rcgt. of Dragoons, whoso
male descendants became exrinct.

II. Alexander, of whom we treat.

III. Robert, of Anared, ancestor of Montgomery, of Bess-
riwunt, CO. Monaghan.

The 2nd son,

Alexander Montgomery, m. 1669, Elizabeth, dau. and
heir of Thomas Cole, Esq. of Ballyleck, a member of the
Mount Florence family, and s. to the Ballyleck estate through
her. He d. 1722, leaving issue,

I. Thomas, M.P. for Lifford (whom he disinherited for
marrying without consent), m. Mary Franklin, and had
issue,

1 Alexaijder John, Capt. in the army, M.P. co. Donegal
for thirty-two years, d. Sept. 1800; inherited the Con-
voy estate from his cousin, Alexander Montgomery, of
Convoy.

2 John, of Lisbon.

3 Richard, a Capt. in the army, emigrated to America,
and there m. a dau. of Judge Livingston, joined the
Americans in the war of Independence, and became a
Gen. of great distinction, killed at Quebec, 31 Dec 1775.
His remains were removed to New York, and amonnraent
erected in St. Pauls Church there at the expense of Con-
gi-ess. He left no issue.

1 Sarah, lii. Charles, 4th Viscount Ranelagh.
n. John, M.P., of Ballyleck, co. Monaghan.

III. Matthew, killed by a fall from his horse.

IV. Robert, of Erandrum, co. Monaghan, ra. Sarah Maxwell,
of Falkland, co. Monaghan. (For issue, see Montgomery
of Convoy House).

I. Dorcas, m. Christopher Irvine, Esq. of Castle Irvine.

II. Sarah, m. Godfrey Wills, Esq. of Willsgrove.

in. Elizabeth, ra. John Moutray, Esq. of Favour Royal.

The 2nd son,
John Montgomery, Esq., M.P. co. Monaghan, hj. Mary Cox,

Maid of Honour to George II. 's Queen, and d. 1732. By Mary

his wife, (afterwards ra. Dr. Clements, Vice-Provost of Trin.

Coll. Dublin, and M.P. for the University) he had issue,
Alexander Montgomery, of Ballyleck, M.P. co. Monaghan
for forty years, ra. 1746, Cathenne, dau. and co-heir of Col.
Hugh Montgomery Willoughby, of Carrow, co. Fermanagh,
and last heir in entail, to the elder honours of the Earls of
Jlount Alexander (Viscount Montgomei-y, of the Great
Ardes). Col. Willoughby assumed the name and arms of
Willoughby for an estate. He d. before the last Earl of
Mount Alexander, and the honours of that family became
extinct. Alexander Montgomery, ra. 2ndly, Eleonora, dau.
and co-heir of Acheson Moore, Esq. of Garvey, co. Tyrone.
Her tomb is in Worcester Cathedral. (For issue of 2ncl
marriage, see Montgomery-Moore of Garvey). Alexander's,
issue by Ids 1st man-iage were,

I. John Montgomery, of Ballyleck, Col. Monaghan Militia,
and M.P. co. Monaghan, ra. Salisbury, dau. and co-heir
of Thomas Tipping, Esq. of Beaulieu; d. s. j). 1797.

II. Hugh Montgomery, Col. Madras .\rmy, d. 1795, leaving-
a dau., who ra. William James, Esq.

in. Robert Montgomery (Rev.), of Beaulieu, Rector of
Monaghan for 30 years, m. Sophia Mabella, dau. of



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Thomas Tipp'ng, Fsq. of BeauUcu and Bcllurcan, co.
Louth, dnd co-luir through her mother of Henry Tich-
bome, Lord Ferrard, and d. at Bcauliou, 1S25, leaving
issue,

1 Alexaxder (Rev.), of Eeaulieu, w. L^t, Margaret,
dan. and heir of Andrew Johnston, Esq. of Littleniount,
CO. Fermanagh, and had issue,

EicHARD Thomas, of Beaiilieu, J.P., High Sheriff 1855,
late Lieut. 3rd Light Dragoons, b. lsl.3; m. 184.=i,
Frances liarbara, dau. of St. George Smith, Esq. of
Greenhills, co. Louth, and had issue,

I. EicHARD Johnston, now of Beaulieu.

II. Willoughby. III. Tichborne.

I. Sidney, rn. James AVatt. Esq. of Claragh.

II. Emily Hannah, r,i. 30 May, 1872, llev. Lucius H.
O'Brien, M..\., Incimibent of Adare, nephew of
Lucius, 13th Lord Inchiquin.

ui. Kosa, d. v.nm. 188?. iv. Violet.

Mr. Montgomery d. 1890.
Thomas lichborne, m. Laura, dau. of — Armsti'ong,

Esq., and had issue.
Alexander John, m. Alice, dau. of Gustavus Jones,

Esq. of Belleville, co. Weslmeath, and has issue.
Eosa, m. William Pentland, Fsq.
Sophia Mabella, i?i. George Henry Pentland, Esq. of
BlackhaU.
Maria, in. — Burroughs, Esq.
Sidney Salisbury, m. Henry Smith, Esq.
Eev. Alexander Montgomery, vi. 2ndly, 1828, Char-
lotte, dau. of John Forster, Esq. He d. 18 iti.

2 Thomas Montgomery, Capt. B.N., m. 181S, Judith
Susanna, dau. of Kobert Montgomery, Esq. of Convoy,
and has issue,

Eobert John, Barrister, m. Anne, dau. of Samuel
Lindsey Bitcknall, Esq. of Turin Castle, co. Mayo,
and has issue.
Thomas Alexander, m. Elizabeth Beaumont, dau. of

William James, Esq.
Alexander Genrge, Surgeon 4Gth Eegt., m. Mary, dau.

of Col. Denniss, C.B., Bengal H.A., and left issue.
George Samuel, C.S.I., Lieut. -Gen. Bombay Army, 7n.
' Letitia, dau. of Eev. Charies Gayer, and has issue.

His dau. Evelyn, m. 7 Sept. 1881, Major Arthur
Bouverie Stopford, E.A.
John Willoughby.
Frances Mary.

Sophia Louisa, m. Samuel Gordon, M.D.
^i-ms— Quarterly : 1st and 4ih az., three fleurs-de-lis or, for
MoNTGOMERT ; 2nd and 3rd gu., three gem rings or, stoned az.,
for Eglinton ; all within a border of the second, charged with
a double tressure of the third. Crest— An arm embowed in
armour, the hand grasping a broken spear, bead drooping, all
ppr. Motto— Vatrix infelici fidelis.
Seat — Beaulieu, near Drogheda.



MONTGOMERY-MOOBE OF GAEVEY.

MOXTGOMEET-MOORE, LiEUT.-GeX. ALEXANDER

'GrEOEGE, of Gai'vey House, co. Tyrone, J.F. and
D.L., Lieut.-Gen. in the amiy. Col. of the 18th Hus-
sars, commanding Troops in Canada 1893, b. 1833;
m. 30 Sept. 1857, the Hon. Jane Colborne, young-
est, dau. of rield-Marshal John, 1st Lord Seaton,
G.C.B. Lieut.-Gen. Montgomery-Moore com-
manded the 4th Hussars, was Assistant-Adjutant-
General of the Dublin District, and commanded the
Belfast and S. E. Districts.

Liineag'e — The Moores, or Mures, of Garvcy, now repre-
sented by Lieut.-Gen. Montgomery-Moore, are descended from
the very ancient Scottish family of Mcre of GUindei-stuwn.

John Mure, of Caldwell, co. Ayr (lineally descended from
Gilchrist More, of Cowdams, living 1340) «. to his inheritance
in 1539), and m. 1st Lady Isabel Montgomery, dau. of Hugh,
1st Earl of Eglinton, and 2ndly, Christian, dau. of Xinian,
Lord Ro,=s, of Hawkhead. From him sprang the subsequent
line of ilcBE of C'aldj:ell, i.nd also that of Mure o/ Glanders-
tovn.

William Moore, Esq. ot Glanderstown, co. Eenfrew. m.
about 1620, Jean, dau. of Rev. Hans Hamilton, and sister of
James, Earl of Clanbra.ssil, and had, with other issue,

William Moore, of Garvey, to whom, in 16G7, a patent of
Clonkeen, and subsequently Fassaroc Castle, Wicklow, and
Gar\-ey, co. Tyrone, was granted as a reward for his loyalty to
Charles I. He served as High Sheriff co. Tyrone, 16G4. He
■III. a dau. of Sir Thomas Bidgeway, Bart. His son,

James MuBE, or Moore, Esq. of Garvey or Fassaroe, High
Sheriff 1697, was attuiated and his estates confiscated by
James 11. in 1688; and fought at the siege of Derry, and was
wounded when defending the Xorth Gate. His son,



James Moore, of Garvey and Fas.saroe, High Sheriff 1701
who III. Mary, dau. of Sir Aclieson, Bart., and dying intestate
1710, was s. by his son,

AcHESON Moore, of Garvey, Eevella, co. Tyrone, and
Fassaroe, co. Wicklow, High Sheriff 1712, M.P. for Bangor,
CO. Down, who iii. 17 April, 1723, Sidney, dau. of Edward
Wingfleld, Esq. of Powerscourt, and sister of Richard, 1st Vis-
count Powei'scourt, and by her (who d. 10 Dec. 1727) left issue,

I. James, of Gai-vcy, bapt. 6 Aug. 1726; d. unm. 1759.

II. Eleanor, of whom hereafter.

II. Mary, m. 1st, 26 June, 1753, Eoger Palmer, Esq. of
Palmerstown, co. Mayo, and 2ndl}', Richard Malone, Esq.,
2nd son of Lord Sunderlin, d. s. p.

III. Sidney, b. 10 Dec. 1827; to. 25 April, 1751, Ilodson
Gage, Esq. of Ballyreena, co. DeiTy, and had one dau., who
d. young.

The eldest dau.,

Eleanor Moore, to. Alexander Montgomery, Esq. of
Ballyleck, Gen. of Volunteers, M.P. for Donegal (sv*" Mont-
gomery 0/ Beaulieu), and had two daus., Sidney and Maria,
who both d. unm., and a son,

Nathaniel Montgomery, Esq. of Garvey, Eevella, and
Fassaroe, High Sheriff 17S6, .M.P. for Strabane and afterwards
CO. Tyrone and Col. Tyrone Militia, which he commanded in
the Rebellion of '98. He assumed, in right of his mother, the
surname and arms of Moore. He m. 1785, Mary Anne, dau. of
Alexander Boyd, Esq. of Ballycastle. co. Antiin, by Anna
Maria his wife, dau. of Sir Archibald Acheson, Bart., Viscount
Gosford, and by her (who d. 24 Dec. 1S13) had issue,

I. Alexander James, his heir.

II. Acheson, Major Tyrone Militia, b. 17 Oct. 1788; m. 1813,
Eliza dau. of Richard Pennefather, Esq. of New Park, co.
Tipperary, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Sir John Judkin Fitz-
gerald, Bart.) ho left one dau. Anne, m. William Lloyd,
Esq. of Rockville, co. Roscommon.

III. Nathaniel, h. 3 Not. 1789 ; m. Agnes Cox, of Exeter,
and d. s. p. 1823.

IV. Robert, J.P. and D.L. co. Tyrone, and High Sheriff 1834,
in. 1840, Annie Maiia Wilhelmina, dau. of Baron de Wol-
maar, and </. 1873, having had issue,

1 P'rederick Acheson, m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Thomas
Prosser, Esq., by whom he had issue, Alexander Acheson
and Mabel. He in. 2ndly, Lilly, dau. of Edward Byam
Martin, Esq., U.S. America.

2 Alexander Willoughby. 3 Eobert Tichborne.

1 Annie Emmeline Acheson.

2 Amy Rose Blanche WiUoughby.

V. James, d. young.

I. Anna Maria, rf. unm. 1813.

II. Sydney, m. Thomas Smallcombe, Esq. of Bath, and d.
1838.

III. Ellen, TO. Col. De Naucaze, of the French Service, only
son of the Marquis de Naucaze, of Auvergne.

Nathaniel Montgomery-Moore, who sat in the last Irisli Par-
liament for CO. Tyrone, and voted for the Union, d. 4 Dec.
1834, and was.', by his son,

Alexander James Montgomeby-Moore, Esq. of Garvey and
Fassaroe, h. 15 Feb. 1786; to. 24 April, 1832, Susanna, youngest
dau. of George Matcham, Esq. of Ashfold Lodge, Sussex, by
Catherine his wife, sister of Horatio, 1st Viscount Nelson, and
had issue,

Alexander George, now of Garvey.

Acheson, d. young.
Mr. Montgomery-Moore d. 1836.

Seat — Garvey House, Aughnscloy, co. Tyrone.



MONTGOMERY OF CONVOY HOUSE.

MONTGOMEET, COL. EoBERT GeOEGE, of ConTOy

House, CO. Donegal, J.P. and D.L., H^gh Sheriff
1840, and Hon. Col. of Donegal Militia Artillery,
h. 1814 ; 5. 1846.

Liineag'e. — (See Montgomery of .BerrttH^n.)— Rorebt
Montgomery, Esq., only son of Robert Montgomery, Esq. of
Brandrum, co.Monaghan, by Sarah Maxwell his wife, ?i!. about
1779, Frances, dau. of George Eraser, Esq. of Cuba House, and
Judith Desgennes his wife, and had issue,

Egbert, his heir.

George, m. Maria, dau. of John Rutherford, Esq., and had

i>sue, four sons and two daus.
Alexander Richard, Capt. in the army.
Judith Susanna, m. Thomas Montgomery, Esq., Capt. E.N.

The eldest son.

Eobert MoNTGOMEBT,Esq. of Convoy House, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1819, b. March, 1780; to. 10 June, 1811, Maria



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France?, onlj- sui-viving ilau. of Alexander Stewart, Esq., of
Ardcs Iloufe, by Laily JIar}- Moore his wife, 3rd dau. oi
Charles, 1st Marquess of Diogheda, and had issue,
EoBEBT George, J.P. and D.L., now of Convoy House.
Mary Elizabeth, m. Eev. Charles Boyton, D.D., F.T.C.D.,
Kector of Tullyagnish, and Vicar-Gen. of Eaphoe.
Frances Judith, m. 1843, James Grove Wood, Esq. of Castle
Grove, co. Donegal, J.P. and D.L., and has issue.
Mr. Montgomery d. 18-16.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, az., three fleurs-de-lis or, for
Montgomery : 2nd and 3rd gu., three gem rings or, gemmed
az., for Eglinton. Crest — An arm embowed in armour, the
hand grasping a broken spear, head drooping, all ppr. Motto —
PatrisE; infelici fidelis.

Seat — Convoy House, Baphoc, co. Donegal.



MONTGOMERY OF BLESSINGBOURNE.

MOKTGOMEET, HuGH DE Fellexbeeg, Esq. of
Blessingbourne, co. Tyrone, M.A. Oxon, J.P. and
D.L. for CO. Tyrone, J.P.co. Fermanagh, High Siieriff
for CO. Fermanagh 1871, and for co. Tyrone 1888,
late Capt. Fermynagh Mihtiu, b. 14 Aug. 1844; m.
24 March, 1870, Mary Sophia Juliana, youngest
dau. of Hon. and Eev. John Charles Maude, Eector
of Enniskillen, and has had issue,

I. HcGH Maude de Fellenbekg, 6. 1S70.

II. Archibald Aimar, 6. 1871

III. Geoffrey Cornwallis, i. 1874.

IV. Francis Trevilian, 6. 1875, d. 4 March, 1S37.

V. Charles Hubert, b. 1876.

VI. Maurice William de Fellenberg, 5. and d. 1S73.
III. Walter Ashley, b. 1882.

vjii. Ealph Noel Vernon, 6. 1SS4.

Liineag'e.— Hugh Montgomeky, a cadet of the Br.Tidstane
branch of the Scotch family of Montgomery, (see Eueke's
Peerage, Eglinton, E.; was settled at Derrybrosk or Derrybrusk,
CO. Fermanagh by liis kinsman, George Montgomery, D.D.,
Bishop of Clogher and Meath about 1618, He had a son,

Nicholas Montgomeet, Lieut, in Sir James Montgomery's
Regiment, and aftenvards Eector of Carrickmacross, of
Derrybrosk, or Derrybrusk, co. Fermanagh, who had with two
younger sons, Eobert, of Dcrrybiusk, Capt. in the army, and
Andrew, who s. his father as Eector of Cariickmaeross, an
elder son,

Hugh MoNTGoivrEKT, Esq., of Derrygonnelly, Capt. of Horse
under William HI., who m. Katherine, dau. and heir of
Eichard Dunbar, Esq. of Derrygonnelly. and granddau. of Sir
John Dunbar, Knt. of the same place, and had issue,

I. Nicholas, 7H. Angel, dau. and heir of William Archdt.ll,
Esq. of Castle Archd«ll, CO. Fermanagh, and assumed the
surname of Abchdall (see Akciidall of Castle Arclidall).

II. Hugh, of whom hereafter.

in. Eichard, of Monea, co. Fermanagh.

1. Sarah, m. Brockhdl Green, Esq. ii. Anne.

III. Margaret, m. Hugh ODonnell, of Larkfield, the repre-
sentative of the Earls of TjTconnell of the 1st creation (see
O'Donovan's Annals of The Four ilaUers.).

IV. Sidney.

Mr. Montgomery's will, dated 10th Feb. 1720, was proved 14
June, 1723. His 2nd son,

Hugh Montgomery, Esq. of Derrygonnelly, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Yen. William Armar, Archdeacon of Connor (by
Martha his wife, dau. of Capt. William Leslie, of Prospect),
and sister of Margetson Armar, Esq. of Castle Coole, co.
Fermanagh, and was father of

Hugh M(intg()Meky, Esq. of Castle Hume, whose will, dated
29 July, 1791, was proved 1797. By Mary his wife, dau. of
Sir Archibald Achcson, 1st Viscount Gosford, he had two sons,
and a dau., i. Hugh, his successor; ii. Archibald Armar; i.
Mary Milicent. The eldest son,

Hugh Montgomery, Esq. of Blessingbounie, m. Maria
Dolores Phnk, of Malaga, Spain, and d. 1838, leaviug an only
son,

Hugh Ealph Sevebin Montgomery, Esq. of Blessingbourne,
who in. 1843, Maria Philipina, dau. of Philip Emmanuel de
Fellenberg, of Hofwy), sometime Landamman ol the Eepublic
of Bern, and by her (who d. 1846) left at his decease, 1844, a
son and heir, the present

Hugh de Fellenberg Montgomery, Esq. of Blessingbourne.

Arinx — Quarterly : 1st and 4th az., three fleurs-de-lis or ; 2nd
and 3rd gu., three gem lings or. Crest — On a cap of main-
tenance an ai'm in armour erect, gi-asjing a sword, all ppr.
Motto — Honneur sans repos.

Seat — Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown , co. Tyrone.



MONTGOMERY OE BENVARDEN.

MoNTGOiiEKT, John Alexander, Esq. of Benrar-
den and Potters Walls, co. Antrim, b. 3 Dec. 18G6,
.?. his father in 1893.

Iiineagre. — This family claims to be a branch of the great
Scottish House of Jlontgomery.

Egbert Montgomery, Esq. of Glenarm, 6. 13 Oct. 1711 ; m.
8 July, 1742, Lsabella Stewart, and by her had issue,

Hugh SIontgomery, Esq. of Glenarm, 6. 12 Apiil, 1743; m.
2 April, 1785, Margaret, dau. of John Allen, Esq. of Kilmandle,
and had issue by her (who cZ. 17 Nov. 1835),

John, his heir.

Hugh, of Ballydrain, co. Antrim, m. Emily, dau. ef John

Ferguson, Esq of Belfast, and d. having bad issue, six sons

and one dau. The 5th and only surviving son. Thomas, no\v

of Ballydrain, J. P., b. 1837, was High SherlEf co. Aiitrin

1885.
Alexander, of Potters Walls, co. Antrim.
Thomas, of Birch Hill, co. Antrim, J. P., formerly in the ICtU

and 9th Lancers.
Barbara, m. 1st, Eichard Staples, Esq., son of the Eight Hon.

John Staples of Lissan, and 2ndly, 1826, the Eight lion.

Sir Alexander Macdonnell.
Isabella, d. 1854. Marian. Victoria.

Mr. Montgomery d. 13 Oct. 1822, and was s. by his eldest son,
John Montgomery, Esq. of Benvarden, J.P. and D.L., b.
24 Dee. 1790 ; m. 5 March, 1819, Jane, dau. of Sir Andrew
Ferguson, Bait., and had surviving issue,

I. Egbert James, his heir.

I. Barbara Anne, in. 27 Dec. 1876. Very Eev. Andrew Fergu-
son Smyly, I'ean of Derry.

II. Isabella Dorothea.

Mr. Montgomery d. 7 Dec. 1876, and was i. by his only son,

Egbert James Montgomery, Esq. of Benvardeu and Potters
Walls, CO. Antrim, J.P. co. Londonderry, High Sheriff 1867,
and J.P. and D.L. co. Antrim, High Sheriff 1870, formerly
Capt. 5ih Dragoon Guards, served in the Crimea, 6. 1829; m.'2
Jan. 1864, Elizabeth, dau. of Eobert James White, Esq. of
White Hall, co. Antrim, and by her (who d. 30 Aug. 1893) had
issue,

I. John Alexander, now of Benvarden.

II. Francis James, b. 14 Oct. 1869.

I. Janet Maude. ii. Elizabeth Barbara Isabel.

Mr. E. J. Montgomery d. 13 May, 1893, and was s. by his
eldest son.

,4 r?(is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th az., three fleurs-de-lis or;
2nd and Srd gu., three gem rings or, gemmed az. Crest — A
female figure ppr., antiquely attired az., holding in the dexter
hand an anchor or, and in the sini>ter the head of a savage
couped, also ppr. Motto — Gardez bien.

Seat— Benvarden, Dervock, and Potters Walls, Antrim.



MONTGOMERY OF BELHAVSL.

Lyons Montgomery, IIeney WiLLOUGnBY
Stewart, Esq. of Belhavel, co. Leitrim, J.P., late
Lieut. Leitrim Militia, b. 16 Sept. 1850 ; in. 6 April,
1876, Jane Slinger, only child of Capt. Travers
Crofton, of Lakefield.

Liineage.— Capt. John Lyons, of Drogheda, 2nd son of
John Lyons, Esq. of Ledestown, co. We.stmeath, by Elizabeth
his wife, dau. of Henry Williams, Deputy-Governor



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