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O'Byrne" family.

131. Raymond : second son of
iacha; living in 1625. Had three

sons — 1. Phelim, of Killevany (see
Borlace, p. 86) ; 2. Feagh, of Kil-

* .Nugent : This Michael was the father of Robert^Nngent, Ecq., of Gossfield, in
Issex, who, on the 20th December, 1776, was, in the" Peerage of Ireland, created
Baron Nugent and Viscount Clare," and in the same Peerage he subsequently
Jcame "Earl Nugent," This Robert had an only dau. and heir, the Lady Mary
lizabeth Nugent (d. 16th March, 1813), who on the 16th April, 1775, married George
renville (born 17th June, 1753), the second Earl Temple, who, by Royal permission,
ssumed, on the 2Dd December, ]779, the sirnames of Nugent and Temple before that
\ Grenville." This George Nugent-Temple-Grenville (d. 1813), was on the 4th Dec.
11^84, created *• Marquis of Buclungham ;" and was in 1782 and 1787 Lord Lieutenant
I Ireland.

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cloran, proclaimed a "Rebel," Sth
Feb., 1641 ; 3. John, of Kiltiomon,
obtained a grant of lands from King
Charles I., dated 24th May, 1628.

132. John, of Kiltiomon : third son
of Raymond. Had three sons — 1.
Raymond, who had Hugh of Balli-
nacar, living in 1710; 2. Charles,
of whom presently ; 3. Patrick, for
•whom, tradition says, the Pope's
Legate in 1641 stood in baptism;
and is considered to be identical
with Patrick Byrne of Ballygannon,
who was buried at Kilcoole, 1707.

133. Charles: second son of John.
Forfeited Kiltiomon (or Kiltimon)
to Sir John Borlace ; according to
book in Landed Estates Record
Office, in which he is mentioned as
" Charles Byrne, J.P. (Irish

134. Hugh: his son. M.P. in
1689. Had two sons — 1. Garrett;
2. Hagh, living in 1713.

135. Garrett Byrne, of Bally-
manus : son of Hugh. Obtained
from Sir Lawrence Esmond of
Clonegal, Catherlough (Carlow), a
grant dated 13th Jan., 1700, of the
lands of Baliymanus, Mycredin,
Clogheenagh, etc. Will dated 1713-
14, is in ProlDate Office. Buried at
Rosehane. Had two sons — 1. Gar-
rett ; 2. Thomas, who is mentioned
in his father's Will.

136. Garrett (2), of Baliymanus:
son of Garrett; m. to Miss Col-
clough of Tintern. Will dated 1767.
Had three sons — 1. Garrett; 2.
John of Wicklow, who m. Miss
Byrne of Wicklow, and from whom
Colclough Byrne of Ballysepple

claims descent ; 3. Colclough
Drumquin, who m. Miss Gal way (
Cork, great grand-niece of Jame
first Duke of Ormond, and who die
in London. This Colclough ha
two sons — 1. Garrett* of Drumquii
2. William-Michael.

137, Garret Byrne (3) of Ball;
manus : son of Garrett ; marrie
Miss Hynes. He lived at Ball;
manus until his son Garrett's ma:
riage, when he removed to Arklov
where, in 1793, he made his Wil
and died in 1794. He was burie
at Rosehane. He had five sons an
two daughters : the sons were-
Garrett, who m. Miss Sparling (
Hacketstown (died in Dublin i
1834), commanded the " Rebels" i
the Battle of Hacketstown, co. Ca;
low, in 1798 ; 2. John, d. unuL ; l
Colclough, d. unm. at Harold
Cross, in 1807 ; 4. Edward, who c
in 1824, married twice: first to
Miss O'Byrne; secondly, in 180:
to Mary Kavanagh, who d. in 1847
5. William (or Billy), who fough
as a "Rebel" at the Battle (
Hacketstown, and was hanged a
Wicklow in 1799. The two daugl
ters were Nelly and Fanny, both (
whom died in Dublin, in 1831.

138. Edward: fourth son of Ga»
rett (3); died in 1824. Had fiv
sons and two daughters. The sou
were— 1. John-Edward, marrie
Miss Byrne of Mullinahack, aii
died s.p. in Dublin in 1830; S
William died s.p. in India ;
Colclough, who d. young, and wt
buried at Rosehane ; 4. Edward, c
whom presently ; 5. Francis, wh

* Garrett : This Garrett Byrue of Drumquin, m. Miss Lyons of Kilkenny ; d. J
Inch Cottage, comity Carlow, in 1838, and was buried at Dunleckney. His wife d. i
Gardiner-street, Dublin, in 1850. Their daughter d. unmarried at Newcomen- terra©
North Strand, Dublin, in 1849.

Garrett's brother, William-Michael, m. Miss Hoey of Dublin ; in 1798, at Grtttf
street, Dublin, he was executed as a "Eebel." His daughter, Mary, who m. a M
Moore, solicitor, had several children, and d. in 1867.

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migrated to America. The daugh-
jrs were — 1. Fanny;* and 2.
Ihristina, who died unmarried.
139. Edward : fourth son of Ed-
ward; married Joanna Kennedy;
. July, 1864. Had two sons and
)ur daughters. The sons were — 1.
oseph Edward, born 1843, died
845 j 2. Edward-Colclough, of

whom presently ; 3. Mary, who m.
T. Delany,and had Edward Delany >
4. Fanny, born Nov., 1848, died
1874; 5. M. Angela, d. 1867; 6.
Joanna, died atEathmines, 1867.

140. Edward-Colclough Byrne (or
O'Byrne), of Hollyville, Rathmines,
Dublin, who died June, 1870.

O'BYRNE. (No. 4.)
Of Bally capjple.
Arms : Same as those of " O'Byrne" (No. 1)

137. John O'Byrne: second son
F Garrett, who is No. 136 on the
!^o. 3) " O'Byrne" of Ballymanus
enealogy; settled in Bunganstown,
id m. Miss Byrne of Wicklow.
[e had two sons :

I. William, who m. Miss Bury
and had two sons :

I. William.

II. James, who m. Miss New-
some, and had one daughter,
who is (in 1887) wife of
Robert Caldwell, of Wick-

II. Garrett-Michael, of whom pre-

138. Garrett-Michael: second son
I John, succeeded to part of his
ither's lands in Ballycapple. His
ife was descended from the
'Byrnes of Kiltimon. He had
ae son, William Colclough, and
•ur daughters :

I. William-Colclough, of whom

I. Margaret, who m. John Red-

II. Mary-Anne, wh© m. Joseph
Byrne, who was descended

• from another chief branch of
the " O'Byrne" race. She had
eight sons and four daughters
— 1. James, 2. John, 3. Garrett
Michael, 4. Patrick, 5. Joseph,
6. William-Colclough, 7. John-
Kennedy, 8. William- Andrew.
The four daughters are — 1.
Sarah, 2. Anne, 3. Bride-Anna,
4. Julia-Mary-Ellen. Of these
children :

I. James, of Carlow, Contrac-
IT. John, who died young.
III. Garrett-Michael, the third
son of said Mary- Anne, was
M.P. for the co. of Wexford

* Fanny : This Fanny Byrne m. James Power of Dublin, and had — 1. John Power,
ring in Dublin in 1867 ; 2. William Power, Lieutenant of Inniskilling Dragoons ; 3.
imes Power, d. in Australia ; 4. Mary Power, who m. F. R. Cruise (living in 1887),
.D., of Merrion-square, Dublin, and had Francis Cruise, James Cruise (deceased),
lien Cruise, John (jruise, Robert Cruise, Mary Cruise, William Cruise, Joseph Cruise,
iward Cruise, Thomas Cruise, Augusta Ciuise— aU these children, except James,
ring in 1881.

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more than three years. He
resigned in 1883, and at
present (in 1887) has the
honour of representing West
Wicklow — " the cradle of his
race," in Parliament.

IV. Patrick, of Wicklow, who
died in 1867.

V. Joseph, who died young.

VI. William-Colclough, who d.

VII. John-Kennedy 0' Byrne,
the seventh son, who wrote
"The O'Byrnes, Chieftains
of Wicklow," and contributed
many sketches and articles
to the press ; m. Monica-
Cecilia, dau. of P. Kennedy,
author of several works of
Irish Literature. This John
assumed his wife's name be-
fore his own, and resumed
the prefix 0\ as the rigid
right of his family.

VIII. William- Andrew, of Mas-
sachusetts, America.

IX. Sarah (in Eeligion " Mo-
ther Mary - Chrysostom"),
Rectress of the Sisters of
Charity Convent, Kilkenny.

X. Anne, who m. Josepl
Anderson, of Dublin.

XL Bride- Anna.

XII. Julia- Mary-Ellen, marrie(
to James J. Fowler,

III. Catherine : third daughtei
of Garrett-Michael O'Byrne,
Ballycapple, married Jame
Kinsella ; their daughter " Mo
ther Mary - Stanislaus," waj
Abbess of St. Clare's Convent
Harold's Cross, Dublin.

IV. Julia, m. Abraham Manifold

139. William-Colclough O'Byrne
son of Garrett-Michael ; had foui
sons and two daughters, of whon
three sons and one daughter are (ii
1887) living ;

I. Garrett-Michael, of whom pre

II. John-Joseph, of Dublin.

III. William-Colclough, who stil
retains Ballycapple.

I. Anna-Frances, m. to J. J
Byrne, of The Hathmore family

140. Garrett- Michael O'Byrne
Merchant, of Wicklow : son o;
William-Colclough O'Byrne ; living
in 1887.

O'CAHAN. (No. 1.)
Princes of Limavadij^ County Londonderry,

Arms : Az. on a fess per pale gu. and ar. betw. in chief out of the horns of -•
crescent, a dexter hand couped at the wrist and apaumee, surmounted by an estoile
betw. on the dexter a horse counter-saliant, and on the sinister a lion ramp, each als*
surmounted by an estoile, and in base a salmon naiant all ar. on the dexter side thre<
lizards pass, bend sinisterways gu. and on the dexter an oak tree eradicated vert, ove
all an escutcheon ar. charged with a cross calvary on three grieces ppr. Crest : I
cat-a-mouutain ramp. ppr. Motto : Fella demulcta mitis.

CONCHOBHAR [connor], Prince of Leim-an-Madaidh [" Limavady"], and f
younger brother of Niall Frasach, the 162nd Monarch of Ireland, who ii


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3. 96 on the (No. 1) " O'Neill (of Tyrone) pedigree, was the ancestor of
Cathain; anglicised O'Cahaine^ O'Cahane, CCahan, O'Cane, 0' Katie
Keane, O'Caen, O'Chane, Cahan, Caine, Cane, Gahan, Gethan, Kane, Kean
^ane. Keen, and Kyan.

96. Connor : second son of Fargal,
B 156th Monarch of Ireland; a
O'Connor, of Moy Ith, county
megal ; had a brother named

97. Gruagan (" gruag :" Irish, the
Ir), meaning " the hairy man :"
; son ; a quo O'Gh'uagain, angli-
ed Grogan and G^-egan ; had a
)ther named Dermod, who was
3estor of O'Connor, of Moy Ith.

98. Dungan : son of Gruagan.

39. Cathan (" cath :" Irish, a

tie, and "an," one icho ; Heb.

hath," terror) : his son ; a quo


30. Cathusach : his son.

)1. Dermod : his son ; had a bro-

ir named Flaitheartach.

)2. Conn Cionntach* O'Cahan :

. of Dermod ; first assumed this

lame ; had a brother named

nselan, who was the ancestor of

^ocainain ("bocain:" Irish, /ai-

/ "an," one who), anglicised

zhanan. This Annselan was the

b of the family who settled in


103. Giollachriosd : his son.

104. lomhar: his son.

105. Eanall : his son.

106. Eachmarcach : his son.

107. Donall : his son.

108. Eory : his son.

109. Manus Catha an Duin : his
son ; Prince of Limavady ; killed
by the English in the "battle of
Down," A.D. 1260;: hence the epithet
Catha an Duin,

110. Cumagh-na-nGallf (or " Cum-
agh of the English") : his son.

111. Dermod (2) : his son.

112. Cumagh (2) : his son : livins:,
A.D. 1350.

113. Dermod (3) : his son.

114. Aibhneach : his son; had a
brother named Henry, a quo the
" Clan Henry," or Henry.

115. John (or Shane) : son of
Aibhneach; d. 1498.

116. Donoch-an-Einigh (or "Don-
och the Affable") : his son ; a quo
Macaneinigh, anglicised ilfc«c^7ig?z?// J
d. 1523. Had a brother named
Donall or Daniel,§ who was ances-

* Cionntach: From this name ("cionntach
mtaigh, anglicised Maginty and Ginty.

Irish, guilty') some derive Mac-

t Cumagh-na-nGall : On the tomb of this Cumagh O'Cahan, in the church of
igiven, the Arms of this Prince of Limavady display the salmon, as do the Arms of
O'Neill, from whom the " O'Cahan" family are an offshoot.

X MacAneny : This name in Irish is more properly written Mac-an-Eimaigh, and
lerived from the Irish " eineach," affability. Some genealogists confound this
.ly with Mac-an-Eanaigh. (See the Note " MacNeny," under the families of Ulster
ended from CoUa-da-Chrioch, who is No. 85 on the *' O'Hart" pedigree, infra.)

% Donall: From this Donall (or Daniel), the fourth son of John O'Cahan, No. 115
his Genealogy, also descended General Sir Richard O'Cahan, of the 18th Foot, who

) Governor of Minorca, etc. This Sir Eichard was b. on 20th December, 1666, and
»th December, 1736. According to the subjoined epitaph, he first entered on his

j:ary career at the Siege of Derry. The descent was as follows : —

1 116. Daniel, of Coolbryan, son of John, had

117. Richard, of Coolbryan and Dimgiven, wh) had

118. Thomas, m. to Catherine O'Skulleu, and had

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tor of Keane, of Cappoquiu, and
Keane, of the county Clare, etc.

117. Manus: son of Donoch an
Einigh ; slain 1548.

118. Rory Ruadh [roe] : his son ;
d. 1698.

119. Donall Ballach:* his soi
lord of the Route, and of Limavad
in the county Deny. This Dona
in 1602, surrendered to the Engli
the Castle of Oinough (or Eanagl
and all the lands between the riv

119. Thomas O'Cahan, of Carrickfergua (d. 1665), who m. Margaret, dau. of Jan
Dobbin of Duneane, county Antrim, and had

120. General Sir Richard O'Cahan, of the 18th Foot, Governor of Minorca, et<
assumed the name Kane. Excuses himself for having been obliged, on account of ]
profession of arms in the British Service, etc., to abandon the Irish patronyn
♦* O'Cahan."

The following is a copy of the Latin epitaph on the handsome Cenotaph, ered
in Westminster Abbey to his memory ; which Cenotaph was, in 1880, restored
Captain Maurice-Hugh Cane, of 60 Dawson-street, Dublin, the fourth son of Richa
who is No. 126 on this pedigree : —

M. S.


Ad arcem Balearicse Insulse Minoris. A. S. Philipps dictam, depositi Qui, an
MDCLXVI Decemb. 20 Dumanii in agro Antrimensi natus in memorabili Der:
obsidione tyrocinium miles fecit. Unde, sub Gulielmo Tertis felicis memoriae, Do
ad subjugatam, usque totam Hibernicam foris in Belgio cum magno vitse discrim
Namurre prsesertim gravissime vulneratus perpetuo militarit.


Recrudescente sub Annse auspiciis bello ad Canadanam usque cui intersint Expc
tionem in Belgio iterum castra posuit.


Sub inclyto Argathelise et Grenovici duce mox sub Barone Carpenter Balearic
MinoremLegatus Administravit. Ubi ad omne negotium tam civile quam milit
instructus et copii's maritimis atque terrestribus profectus. Qui quid Insulae in p
et bello, terra marine conservandas necessarium utile quit commodium foret dignc
constituit stabilirit.


A Georgio I. evocatus e Balearica in Calpen trajecit, Hispanisque arcem ex impro^
occupandam meditantibus irrita reddidit consilia.


Per octodecem menses in cadem sudarit arena hostesque peninsulam gravi obsidi'
premeutes omni spe potiumdss exuit.

Post tot autem tantasque res legati nomini strenue gestas, anno MDCCXXX."
Georgio Secundo jubente ad istum ut ad alios uberios honores nee ipse ambrens need
sciens evectus Balearicse summo cum imperio prsefuit. At, At, humana omnia incei
qui quatuor sub Regibus, summa cum prudentia fortitudine et dignitate militavei
qui nullis erga Deum officiis defuerat nee Christiani minas quam militis boni pai
sustinuerat tide pura moribus antiquis, amicis car us, sociis jocundus, civilibus mitif
comis omnibus beneficus et munificus et per omnia utilitati publicse magis quanu
confidens triste sui desiderium insulanis, tam Hispanis quam Brittannis reliquit, i
tumque supra septuagesimum annum agens Decemb. 19 anno MDCCXXXVI. d
obiit supremum.

* Ballach : In the First and Second Editions of this Work, No. 119 on 1
family genealogy is incorrectly given as *' Donoch Ballach" {ballach : Irish, freckle
but, thanks to Mr. W. F. de Vismes Kane (No. 127 on the "Kane" of Drumrea
Pedigree) and to the Four Masters, we find that " Donoch Ballach" should have b
written "Donall Ballach," and that Nos. 119 and 120 in those Editions were only
person — Sir Donall Ballach O'Cahan, the son of Rory Euadh.



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'oghan and Lough Foyle, as far as
he Bann ; and obtained a grant of
scheated lands in the co. Water-
ord; was Knighted at Drogheda,
a 1607, by Sir Arthur Chichester,
Did deputy of Ireland. Sir Donall
)'Cahan had four younger brothers
— 1. Hugh, who was the ancestor of
Cane, of Drumreaske, co. Mona-
han ; 2. Manus ; 3. Rory ; 4. Shane
or John) Carrach* (" carrach :"
rish, scabbed, bald ; Heb. "karrach,"
fow?/, rocky).

120. Koryf : a younger son of Sir
)onall Ballach ; had an elder
-rother, Donall Gobhlach.

121. Eanagh: son of Rory. This
!anagh O'Cahan m. Jana (or Jane)

122. Richard : the second son of
anagh. Had five brothers — 1.
ohn (who was the eldest), 2.
Loger, 3. Henry, 4. Eanagh, 5.
atrick ; and five sisters — 1. Eliza-
eth (who was married to a Roger
•'Cahan of the Route), 2. Maria
n. to Lysah Ferall, of Newton, co.
ongford), 3. Jana, 4. Margaret,

, Norah.

123. Richard O'Cahan, of Laragh
ryan, near Maynooth, co. Kildare :
)n of Richard ; had a younger

brother, Thomas O'Cahan, who,
after the Battle of the Boyne,
settled in the county Leitrim, and
was the ancestor of Caine^ of Man-
chester, England. Richard, after
the same memorable Battle, settled
in the county Kildare, assumed the
name Keane, more lately Kean, and
lastly Cane. In 1695 he occupied
(according to Leases in the Duke of
Leinster's Rent OflBice) a farm at
Donaghstown, near Maynooth; and,
in 1698, became seized of a large
farm at Laragh Bryan. Since that
period the Church-yard of Laragh
Bryan has been the burial-place of
his branch of this family. This Rich-
ard had three sons — 1. William, of
Dowdstown (or Dowstown), near
Maynooth, who is No. 124, infra,
on this Genealogy. 2. Joseph, who
d. 1756. 3. Richard, of Laragh
Bryan (Will dated 28th December,
1754), who m. Anne Cane,§ and by
her had three sons and two daus. :
the sons were — 1. Richard, 2. Wil-
liam-Lyons, 3. John ; the daughters
were — 1. Jane, 2. Alice.

124. William Cane, of Dowds-
town (d. at Dowdstown, 1st Sept.,
1739) : eldest son of Richard (No.
123), of Laragh Bryan ; m. 7th Oct.,

* Carrach: The epithet applied by others to this John is the Irish "carach,"
hich mearns friendly, ov faithful ; as well as deceitful SinA tricky. According to Shaw,
e Irish word " carach" also means terrible and meandering.

t Rory : In page 292 of the MS. Vol. F. 3. 23, in the Library of Trinity College,
iiblin, this Rory is styled lord "of the Rout in county Derry." But, in his time,
at "Lordship" must have been only titular; for, to make room for the "Ulster
antation," Eory's family patrimony was then confiscated. — See the " Flight of the
iris," in the Appendix.

t Ware : According to the Vol. F. 3. 23, in the MSS. Library of Trinity College,
ablin, this Jane Ware (whose brother James, and sister Martha, d. s.p.) was a
iughter of John, son of James Ware, Gen. Mil., by his wife Elizabeth Piers (who
w secondly m. to William, son of Edmond Fitzgerald, of Gorteen, in Ophaly or
fiJey, and by whom also she had issue). And this Elizabeth Piers was the fourth
•ughter of Henry Piers, Arm., of Tristernah, county Westmeath (who d. 16th Dec,
23), by his wife Jana Jones, a daughter of Thomas Jones, who, at his death, on the
th April, 1619, was Protestant Archbishop of Dublin. And this Thomas Jones was
e third son of Henry Jones, whose parentage we cannot trace.

§ Cane : For the pedigree of a " Cane" family, of English origin in Ireland, quite
Jtinctfrora the Caues of 8t. Wolstan's, Celbridge, see p. S3 of the MS. Vol. F. 4. 18,
the Library of Trinity College, Dublin. ;j

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1712, Alice Stowell, by whom he had
eight sons and five daughters :

I. Kichard, b. 1713 ; d. young.

II. Eev. John, b. 1714, m. Grace
Proby, of Hannington, co. of
Wilts, and living at Leixlip, co.
Kildare, in 1739. Their only
child, Grace- Alice, m. Thomas
Atkinson, Esq., of the Royal
Horse Artillery.

III. James, b. 1715, lived at
Inchicore, Dublin, and left two
sons — 1. \Yilliam, 2. James, of
Ratoath, and two daughters ;
living in 1739. The son
William was a Lawyer, born in
Dublin, 8th July, 1742; m. a
Miss Johnston ; retired to
France before 1786 ; died at
Tours, on 30th April, 1818,
leaving issue one son : William,
Lieut. 17th Foot, b. in London,
4th March, 1772 ; d. at Mar-
tinique, 10th July, 1794, leav-
ing issue two sons : 1. William,
born at Tours, 1st September,
1795, d. at Tours, 5th Feb.,
1815. 2. James, of 39 Rue
Royale, Tours ; b. at Tours, 7th
Dec, 1798 ; died unm. April,
1868. 2. James, of Ratoath,
CO. Meath, second son of James,
of Inchicore; Captain 12th Dra-
goons ; m. Jane, third dau. of
William Roe,* Esq., of Roe's-
Green, co. Tipperary, and had
issue one son, William. 1. Jane,
the eldest dau. of James Cane,
of Inchicore, married Andrew

Walsh, of Oatlands, co. Mea
and had three sons and a dai
The sons were: 1. William
Jeremy Walsh, who left m
issue. 2. James Walsh, m. an(
had three sons and three daus
The sons were : 1. William
Henry Walsh, living unm. ii
1879. 2. John Walsh, livin)
unm. in 1879. 3. Henry Walsh

Uving in

1879; had one soi

and three daus. The son is
1. James Walsh, of Cliftor
England, living in 1879. i
Henry - Thomas Walsh, th
third son of Jane and Andrew
Walsh, of Oatlands, co. Meat!
left no issue. 2. Mary th
second dau. of James Cane, c
IV. Hugh Cane, of Dowdstowi
CO. Kildare, Lt.-Col. 5th Dn
goons, the fourth son of Williai
and AHce Cane; b. 1716, die
19th January, 1793 ; was M.I
for TaUaght, co. Dublin. Thi
Hugh was twice married : fin
to Louisa,! dau. of Edwar
Riggs, Esq., county Cork ; an
secondly, to Annabella, Lad
Blakiston, relict of Sir Mathe
Blakiston, who was Lord Mayc
of London when King Georg
III. was crowned. Of thi
second marriage there was n
issue. The issue of the fin
marriage were two daughters-
1. Anne, J m. to Sir Edwai
Leslie, Bart., of Tarbert, c<

* William Hoe : This William Pvoe m. Jane, fifth and youngest daughter and c
heir of Major Samuel Green of Killaghy, county Tipperary, M.P. for Cashel, by Jan
his wife, daughter of Oliver Latham, Esq., of Ballyshehane, county Tipperary. Tl
other daughters of this William Roe -were— 1. Frances, m. to William Despard,
Killaghy Castle ; ?. Anne-G., m. to Sir Charles Le^nnge, Bart. ; 3. G. m. to Stepht
Moore, Esq., of Killworth ; 4. Dorothea-G., m. to the Hon. Richard Allen, M.P.

i Louisa : The Settlement between this Louisa and her husband Lt.-CoL Huj
Cane, was executed on the 13th July, 1741. And, as he had no issue by his secoi
marriage, this Hugh Cane's property went to his two daughters by the first marriag
namely — Anne and Louisa.

t Anne : The Settlement between this Anne and her husband, Sir Edwa


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Kerry, by whom she had a
dau. Louisa, who m. Lord
Douglas Hallyburton, son of
Charles, fourth Earl of Aboyne;
2. Louisa, m. to Col. Austey.

V. Charles, the fifth son of
William and Alice, d. young.

VI. Maurice, Lt.-Col. 5 th Foot,
m. and had one son and two
daughters: 1. Eev. William
Augustus, Chaplain to the Duke
of Northumberland, m. a Miss
Ogle, but left no issue. He d.
at 39 Hans-place, London, in
1839. 1. A daughter, married
a Col. Scott ; 2. Another dau.,
m. a Mr. Reynolds.

VII. William, the seventh son of
William and Alice, b. in Fish-
amble - street, on 1st Sept.,
1730, and, according to the
Baptismal Register of St.
John's Episcopalian Church,
Dublin, was baptised on 22nd
Sept., 1730: "Sept. 22, 1730.
William, son of William and
Alice Cane, gent. ;" d. young.

VIII. Edward, Major 43rd Foot,
the eighth son of William and
Alice Cane, b. at Inchicore ; of
whom see No. 125, infra.

The five daughters of William
id Alice were :
I. Mary, b. 1718, d. young.

II. Elizabeth, b. 1719, d. young.

III. Emilia, b. 1721, d. young.

IV. Alice, m., 13th May, 1752,
Stephen Wybrants, of Rutland-
square, Dublin (senior descen-
dant of Joseph Wybrantz, of
Antwerp, whose son and heir,
Peter, settled in Ireland, temp.
Car. I.), and left issue (with
two daughters who died unm.)
Peter and Robert, whose lines
are extinct, and Gusta^^ls
(Rev.), whose only son Stephen,
d. unm., and whose eldest
daughter, Mary- Anne, m. Col.
Wm. Middleton, and left issue ;
the eldest of which, Isabella-
Henrietta-Letitia, is a co-
heiress, by devise, to her cousin
Robert Wybrants, of Rutland-
square, who d. s.p. 28th Aug.,
1875, and wife of Wm. Geale-
Wybrants, J.P., who, together
with Captain Phipson, who m.
her sister Georgina, assumed the
name and arms of Wybrants
by Royal License, dated 16 th
of March, 1877. The twelve
children of Stephen and Alice
Wybrants were seriatim : 1.
Peter Wybrants, a Barrister, b.
1754 ; was Chairman of the co.
Westmeath; m. and had two
daus., d. 12th June, 1802. 2.

Jslie, Bart., was executed on the 29th July, 1773, after the death of her grand-father

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