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he had two daughters, his coheirs, the elder married Mr. Hunter j
and Catherine, the younger, married Captain Hamilton Gorges,
third son of Richard, of Kilbrew in the county of Meath, Esq.
he died June 21st, 17S6.

Sarah, first to Paul Erasier, Esq. ; and secondly to Edward
Gary, of Dungiven, Esq. and dying April 13th, l683, she was
buried at Coleraine.

And Anne, to Henry Hart, of Kilderry s in the county of
Donegall, Esq.

Sir Randal Beresford, the second Baronet, was member for
Coleraine in the first parliament after the restoration, and in July,
1662, '' married Catharine, younger daughter of Sir Francis An-
nesley, Lord Viscount Valentia (by his second wife Jane, sister to
Philip, the first Earl of Chesterfield). He made his will October

f April 28th, 1662, he passed patent for a Thursday market, and two
fairs, to be held May 14th and October T4th, at Ballymulley in the county of
Perry ; and had three grants of lands under the Acts of Settlement.
E Information of Rev. William Chichester.
^ Articles 8> 9> July 1662, coao/. fortune.


4th, 1(581, proved June 26th, l682, and left to his lady, all his
personal estate, for the payment of his debts, and maintenance
and education of his children ; to whose care, tuition, and guar-
dianship, he devised them ; appointed his wife executrix, and the
Earl of Anglesey, lord privy-seal, overseer, and to give his best
assistance in her aflFairs, and desired his acceptance of a ring,
value 30/. ' he deceased in October l6'Sl, and was buried at St.
Martin's in the Fields, London, having had issue by her, who
died April 3d, 1/01, and was buried at St. JMichan's, Dublin, ^
three sons and two daughters, viz.

First, Artlmr, who died young at Kensington near London,
and is there buried.

Second, Sir Tristram.

Third, Francis, who died young at Ballykelly in the county of
Derry, and lies buried there.

' Jane, married to Heut.-general Frederic Hamilton, of Wal-
worth in the county of Derry, "^ by whom she had no issue, and
dying in 1/16, was buried under a handsome monument at Wal-
worth ; where he was also buried.

Catherine, married in 1697^ to Matthew Pennefather, of
Cashel in the county of Tipperary, Esq.' and died his widow in
Dublin, March 21st, 1^55.

i Prerog. Office.

k He was member of parliament for Coleraine a pi ivy couHsellor, colonel
of the royal regiment of foot, and died March 26th, 1732 ; having by his will,
bearing date August 25th, 1731, devised his leases of the manor of Walworth
and divers other lands, which he held from the fishmongers company, Lon-
don, to hii nephew Sir Marcus Beresford, Viscount Tyrone, and his assi;?nees,
ratifying and confirming such disposition as he had made thereof in his Lord-
ship's marriage settlement, dated ]uly 16th. 1717. He leaves his estate in
the counties of Tipperary and Kildare to Frederic Cary, second son of his
niece, Anne, daughter of his brother George Hamilton, Esq- and wife to
Henry Cary, of Dungiven, Esq. and his heirs male, remainder to her younger
sons and their heirs male, they respec'dvely to take and use the surname G,f
Hamilton ; remainder to Edward her eldest son, and his issue male and
female, &c- He bequeathed 50/. towards rebuilding the old ruinous church
at Holy-Cross, in the county of Tipperary, with 3 50 A to be laid out at in-
terest, or in purchasing lands, the annual produce thereof to be paid for ever
to the clergyman, who performs the cure and service of the said church ;
and 30/. to the poor of the parish of Taunafinlagan in the county of Derry.

1 He was lieutenant-colonel to General Sabine's regiment in Queen
Anne's wars, and at the first attack of the French in the battle of Oudenarde,
behaved with great gallantry, and received many wounds; so that returning
to Ireland, he was rewarded, June 3d, 1709, with the post of muster-master-
general; and December 23d, i7i!5, appointed comptroller and accomptant=


Sir Tristram Eeresford, of Colera'mc, tlie tliird Baronet,
born in l66g, was attainted May /th, 1689, by King James's par-
liament, and commanded a regiment of foot in defence of the
protestants, against the attacks of that King on their liberties and
properties. March, 4th, 1698, he made his will, and directed
his body to be with all decency reposed in a vault, under his seat
in the church of Coleraine, which he desired should be made for
that purpose, according to the directions he laid down in his will j
and that a small monument should be erected in the wall over
his seat, in memory of him and his ancestors : he confirmed a
rent charge of 500/. a year, formerly settled upon his wife, is-
suing out of his estates of 1218/. a year, in the counties of Deny
and Cavan, as also a provision of 2000/, for daughters portions,
which with 2000/. more, (being two-parts of 3000/. which he
allowed by his deed dated July 17th, iQgs, to charge on his es-
tate) he declared was in full restitution of all portion to his
daughters, appropriating to his eldest daughter Susanna Cathe-
rine 1400/. to his second, Arabella Maria, 9GO/. to his third, Jane,
and to his fourth, Aramintha Olivia, 850/. apiece, and if any of
them died before marriage, their portion to be equally divided
between the survivors ; provided for the payment of his debts ;
constituted his wife and her sister Arabella Susanna, Lady Mao^ill,
after Lady Dungannon, and Sir John Magill, Bart, his joint ex-
ecutors, leaving the sole guardianship, tuition and education of his
children to them, as also the management of the estate during
their minorities, and as a token of his affection to them, desired
their acceptance of mourning, with twenty guineas to each for
buying of rings 5 and lastly, the expences of his funeral, the build-
ing the said vault and monument, not to exceed 300/. sterlino-,
bequeathed 10/. to the poor house-keepers, and poor of the parish
of Coleraine, and 5/. to the poor inhabitants of the parish of
Erragilkeragh, alias Ballinesaggard, •" and died June ]6th, 1701:
He married, in February 1687, Nichola Sophia, youngest daughter
and coheir to Hugh Hamilton, Baron of Glenavvly ; " and by her

general of Ireland, which he held to his death, November 27th, 1733. His
surviving issue were four daughters ; Jane, married to William Pallis'er, ot
Rathfarnham, Esq.; Levina, who died unmarried May 14, 1734, Dorothea
married to William Williams, of Mount Williams in Meath, Esq. (who left
her a widow January 0th, 1750, and she died August nth, 1755, leaving one
daughter) ; and Elizabeth, Countess of Antrim.

m Prerog. Office
» Sir Claud Hamilton, of Cochonogh in Scotland, Km. had two sons.


who re-married with lieutenant-general Richard Gorges^ of Kil-
brew in the county of Meath, had issue one son.

Sir Claud, of Castletoome in the county of A ntrim, Knight, who left no sur-
viving male issue; and Dr. Archibald Hamilton, made Archbishop of
Cashel April 20th, 1630, who being a great sufferer in the rebellion of 1641,
to the amount of 9090/ and forced to fly for the safety of his life, retired
into Sweden, and died at Stockholm in 1659, near eighty years old, having
had several sons, of whom Hugh, the second, was created Baron of Lunge in
Sweden; lived at Ballygally in the county of Tyrone, and was advanced
March zd, 1660, to the dignity of Lord Hamilton, Baron of Glenawly in the
county of Fermanagh. He married Susanna, youngest daughter of Sir Wil-
liam Balfour, of Mount- Whany and Pitculio in Fifeshire, Knight. In 1C7S
he bequeathed the interest of zol for ever to the poor of the parish of Erigil-
keroye, to be distributed by the minister and churchwardens, for the time
being,* and dying at Ballygally in April 1670, was buried in the church
there; having issue by her (who remarried with Henry Mervyn, ofTrelick
in Tyrone, Esq. died December nth, 1687, and was buried at St. Werburgh's)
two sons and three daughters; William, Lord Glenawly, who died without

issue in February 1680 ; , who died young ; Henrietta-Amelia,

buried at St Peter's, Dublin, September 16th, 1669 ; Arabella-Susanna, mar-
ried July gd, 1683, to Sir John Magill, of Gill-hall in the county of Downe,
Bart, and by him, who died in July 1701, hud no surviving issue ; and she
married, secondly, Marcus, Viscount Dungannon, pursuant to deeds dated
April igth and 30th, 1700; and the said Nichola-Sophia, Lady Beresford,
who, in April 1704, married, to her second husband, lieut. -general Richard
Gorges, whose family, which hath been long seated at Kilbrew in the county
of Meath, we shall thus delineate, and begin with Robert L.L.D. who mar-
ried Jane, daughter of Sir Arthur Loftus, Knight, and sister to Adam Vis-
count Lisbourne, and had issue by her (who died in 1728, and was buried in
her family vault in St. Patrick's cathedral, Dublin), two sons and two
daughters; Richard, his heir; Robert, who died without issue; Dorothy,
died unmarried ; and Elizabeth, married to William Jackson, of Coleraine,
and had issue. Richard Gorges, of Kilbrew, Esq. was baptized March 2id,
1662, and embracing a military life, became a lieutenant-general ; in April
1704, he married, as before observed, to his first wife Nichola Sophia, relict of
Sir Tristram Beresford, and by her, who died February 23d, I7i3,andwas
buried in the Earl of Cork's tomb, in St. Patrick's, Dublin, had issue. He
married, secondly, in December 1716, Dorothy, younger daughter of James
Stopford, of Tarah-hill in Meath, Esq, and widow of Edward fourth Earl of
Meath; she died without issue by liim at Kilbrew, April 10th, 1728, and he
deceasing on the 12th, they were interred at the same time in a chapel con-
tiguous to the house of Kilbrev/, under a magnificent tomb of white marble.
His children were, Richard, of Kilbrew; Hamilton, of Catherine's Grove,
county of Dublin, member of parliament for Swords in the same county,
April 27th, 17:4, he married Catherine, daughter of John Keating, Esq. and
dying April 8th, 17S6, left issue by her (who was born in 1705J an only son,
Richard, educated in Brazen-Nose-College, Oxford, married, March 1st,

Prcrog. Offic.


Sir Marcus, Earl of Tyrone.

And lour daughters, viz. Susanna-Catberina, born in London
July 1st, \Qsg, married to Hyacinth Richard Nugent, Lord River-
ston, who died without issue March 8th, I737, and she deceased
March 30th, l/SSj Arabella-Maria, born in Dublin November
1st, \QljO, died unmarried in 1732 ; Jane, born at Coleraine De-
cember 23d, 1691, married in April 1711,° to Gorges Lowther,
of Kilrue in the county of Meath, Esq. member of parliament for
Ratoath, and dying October 20th, 1704, was interred at Ratoath 3''
and Aramintha Olivia, who died in 1729, unmarried.

1775, to the daughter and heir of Arthur Francis Meredith, of Dollardstown
in the county of Meath, Esq. and was created a Baronet in 1787, by tlie name
of Richard Gorges Meredith; Lucy, married first to William, former Lord
Howth, and secondly, to Nicholas Weldon, of Gravelmount in the county of
Meath, Esq.; and Dorothy, to John, the first Lord Desart. Richard, of
Kilbrew, member of parliament for Augher, as he was for Enniskillen, mar-
ried Elizabeth, daughter of Fielding, of Dublin, Esq. and had four sons

and eight daughters, viz. Richard, who died lieutenant-colonel of Lord
Drogheda's regiment of light dragoons ; he, April 27th, 175^ married Ca-
therine, younger daughter of Thomas Christmas, of Whitfield in the county
of Waterford, Esq. and left one son, deceased; John, deceased; Hamilton,
of Kilbrew; Robert, D. D. vicar of Dunboyne and Kilbrew in Meath,
which he resigned in 1768, for the rectory of Termonfeckan, and in i7?9,
was dean of Kilmacduagh; the daughters were Dorothy-Sophia, married, in
1748, to John Graham, of Flatten in the county of Meath, Esq.; Jane; Eliz-
abeth, who died young; Catherine; Lucy; Susanna; Amelia, baptized Oc-
tober 3d, 1737 ; and Elizabeth, baptized December ist, 1738. Hamilton, on
the decease of his brothers, succeeded at Kilbrew ; he was baptized February
8th, 1739, was for sometime captain of foot, and April 6th, 1768, married
Catherine, younger daughter and coheir to Gorges Edmond Howard, Esq.
(who died in 17S6), and by her wlio is deceased, has issue. Lodge's Collect,
o Articles dated May 30th, 1711.
P He left her a widow June nth, 17 16, and had two sons and two
daughters, viz. Gorges, his heir; Marcus, who in September 1743, married
Catherine, sister and heir to Sir Edv/ard Crofton, of Moale in the county of
Roscommon, Bart, on whose decease he took the name of Crofton, and June
izth, 1758, was created a Baronet; daughter Copula.Beresford, born Feb.
23d, O. S. and died young; and Sophia Beresford, married first, February
9th, 1726, to Rowley Hill, of Ballykelly in the county of Deiry, Esq. chosen
in January, 1733, burgess for Ratoath, who died in 1739. leaving issue, Hugh,
born January ist, 1727-8; George, drowned at sea; Jane, born May 15th,
1733, married August 16th, 1753, to John Tew, of Culmullen in the county
of Meath, Esq. who left her a widow September 6th following; Catherine,
baptized July zd, 1734, and married in 1752 to Alexander Stewart, of Actow
in the county of Antrim, Esq.; and Mary: secondly, to Samuel Moore,
M. D. of Derry, and died in October 1746, leaving issue by him, who died
in 1763, one daughter Sophia. Gorges Lowther, Esq. who succeeded at
Kilrue, was born Novembei- 5th, 171.3; he iheriff of the county of Meath


Sir Marcus Beresford, the fourth Baronet, Jirst EarL of Ty-
rone, baptized July 27th, \6gA, was left under the guardianship
of Marcus Viscount Dangannon, and Arabella Susanna his wife,
andj before he attained his full age, was chosen to parliament for
the borough of Coleraine, which he continued to represent, until
King George I. was pleased to advance him to the peerage by
privy-seal, dated at St. James's June nth, and by patent i at
Dublin November 4th I720, with the creation fee of twenty
marcs, and September 25, 1721, he took his seat in the house of
peers. ^ To which honours King George II. added the superior

in 1739. and chosen for the borough of Ratoath in the same year, and was
many years representative for the county of Meath in parliament. On
April 3d, 1738, he married Judith, daughter of John Usher, of Carrick in the
county of Leitrim, Esq. by whom he had a son George, who married, July
aSth, 1767, Frances, eldest daughter of Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby, of
Ashgrovein the county of Kilkenny, Esq. and by her, who survived him, had
several children; and a daughter Sophia, who became the second wife of
William Irwine, of Castle Irvvine in the cour.ty of Fermanagh, Esq. and had
a numerous issue, the eldest of whom, Major Irwine, was married in 1787, to
Elizabeth Judge D' Arcy, only daughter and heir to Judge D' Arcy, of Grange-

begg, Esq who died in February 1760, 'by his wife , daughter of Ed-

v.ard Nugent, of Robinstown, county of Westmeath, Esq. whom he married
in July 1765, and she survived him,; eldest son and heir to John D'Arcy of
same place, by his wife Elizabeth Judge, Lodge.

q The Preamble. Quorum progenitorcs longa annorum serie insignia.
propter facinora ac virtutes inciaruerunt, (prout Beresfordiorum genus, ex
quo in Brittanniam cum antecessore nostro Gulielmo primo penetrarunt) hos
tneriio nostris honoribus dignari aquum existimamus. lUius prEcclarce
gentis wnus, nomine Tristram Bevesford, Jacobo primo, quo in Abavo gloria-
mur, regnum ineunte, in Hibcrniam transiit, ubi multa in rem Anglicanam
Provincia in Ultoniensi, nondum satis stabilitam, prasclare gessit. Hujus inde
filius Tristram Beresfcrd Eques, cui cohortis regimen erat conimissum, multa
cum gloria, rebelles contra Protestantes anno millessimo sexcentissimo qua-
dragesimo primo immaniter saevientes debellare congressus est, unde propter
insignem in praeliis virtutem, tltulo Baronettidecoratus est- Pronepos Marcus
Beresford Eques, majorum vestigiis insequens, atque admodum juvenis, Far-
liamento Hibernico, anno miilesimo sept"ngentesimo decimo tertio, nostiie
regali famiiias, blanditiarum nee non minarum securus, sumir.a magnanimi-
late et constantia adhaesit. Cum pauIo post horum justrium regnorum obti-
nuissemus, quasi specimen favoris nostri, inter Rarones Hibernicos collocare
statuimus, verum, illo supplicante, honoris illius dilationem, petitionem im-
petravit, ex eo tempore Comitis Tyroniensis unicam filiam in matrimonium
duxit, hasredem ex Asse Gentis atitiquisL-imEC, nempe de la-Powers, qui iu
Hiberniam cum progenitore regali nostro Henrico secundo migraverunt, ex
quo perpetuas et latas possessiones, habentes, multi fuerunt nominis ; digni-
tatem, virtutibus et prosapias tam nobili debitam, praesertim in virum tam
egregium atque de nobis tam bene inerentein, ulterius deferre baud asquum
esse existimcmus. Sciatis igitur, &c. Rot. A . 7 Geo. I. i, 3.
f Lords' Jour. vol. ii. p. 69 j.


one of an Earl, creating his Lordship Earlof Tyrone ly privy-seal,
bearing date at Kensington June 26lh, and by patent* July I8th>.
J 746/ and October Sth, 174/, he took his seal by that title."

July 16th, 1717, his Lordahip married the Lady Catherine
Poer, daughter and heir to James, Earl of Tyrone. " In February

s The Preamble. As it hath been the constant practice of our royal pre-
decessors to reward virtue and advance merit, by conferring honours and dig-
nities upon such persons, as have entitled themselves to receive those favours,
by their personal qualifications and public services; and, in particular, as our
royal father, in consideration of the ancient extraction, eminent services, and
distinguished loyalty of Sir Marcus Beresford, and of his marriage with the
daughter and heir of the Right Hon. James De-la-Poer, Earl of Tyrone, did
advance him from the degree of a Baronet, to the state and dignity of Baron
Beresford, of Beresford, and Viscount of Tyrone : so we, equally studious to
do justice to a persevering virtue, and demonstrate, by some signal testimony
of our esteem, how acceptable it is to us, and how freely we are disposed to
proportion our favours to the deserts of our subjects; haveon a full assurance,
taken into our consideration how our said faithful and beloved Sir Marcus
Beresford, Lord Viscount Tyrone, hath adorned his dignity by his conduct,
and hath rendered himself worthy of an addition of honour by his inviolate
attachment to our royal person and government; his unafiected zeal for the
established religion ; his strenuous support of the constitution and laws of
his country, even in the most critical and hazardous times; his unbounded
charity, and constant provision of work for numbers of poor; with many
other qualities and virtues equally deserving our royal notice : these reasons
readily induce us to confer the superior title and degree of an Earl on a person,
so well qualified to receive, and withal, so well enabled to support the honour
by an affluent fortune. Know ye therefore, &c.

t Rot. Cane. 2o. Geo. II. 3a. p. Do.
u Lord's Jour. vol. iii. p. 662-

X We shall here briefly deduce her ladyship's descent from Sir Roger
La-Poer, (sometimes written Power,) who accompanied Richard Strongbow,
Earlof Pembroke, in his expedition to Ireland, to reinstate Dermoid Mac-
Murrough in his kingdomof Leinster, and after the success of that enterprize,
assisted John de Courcy in his reduction of Ulster, for which services he was
rewarded with divers lands. Cambrensis thus writes of him ; " If it might
be said without offence, there was not one man, who did more valiant acts
than Roger le Poer ; who, although he were but a young man and beardless,
yet he shewed himself a lusty valiant, and courageous gentleman, and who
grew into such good credit, that he had the government of the country about
Leighlin, as also in Ossory, where he was traitorously killed; on whose
slavighter a conspiracy was formed among the Irish to destroy the English,
and many castles were destroyed." He married the niece of Sir Amory St.
Laurence, ancestor to the Earl of Howth, and was murdered in 1189, leaving
issue John Le Poer, living 1197, the father by Etheldreda who was living in
ijzj,* of Matthew, the father of Sir Eustace, who sat in parliament in 129,,

• M.SS. pedig. Trin. Coll. Dub. Class, f Tab. 4, No. 18.


1743-4, Lady Tyrone gave 50/. towards the erecting of the hos*
pital for incurables in Dublin ; put up ten beds for the use of the
said hospital, and subscribed 50 /. a year for their support.

of which parliament Cox has given a list, * and in 1197 (25 Edw. I.) the King
sent to John Wogan, Lord Justice, commanding him to give summons to the
nobles of Ireland, to prepare themselves with horse and armour to serve
against the Scots, and withal wrote to the said nobles, and among others to
/y6/j Sir Eustace. (HoUing. p. 63. See the letter in Sir George Carew's col-
lection, a manuscript in the Bodlean Library, vol. iii. p. 51, who quotes
thus, Claus3£, de anno, 23 Edw. 1. M. 14, in scedula pendente, and there is
also in the same book and page, another letter, from the same King to his
nobles, and among others, to /his Sir Eustace, Clausse de anno 30 Edw. I. M.
16, in scedula pendente.) He died in 1311 f leaving isbue Lord Arnold La-
Poer, who in 1309 slew Sir John Boneville in single combat, and was ac-
quitted of the fact in a parliament held at Kildare in 1310, it being proved to
be done in his own defence. % He was one of King Edward L commanders
in the army which opposed Edward Le Urus in 1315. § In 1325, King Ed-
ward II. made him Seneschal of the county and city of Kilkenny, but in
1327 he caused great disturbances among the nobles, by calling the Earl of
Desmond RhymeriW in 1328 he was arrested, and accused of heresy by
Richard Lederede, bisliop of Ossory, and confined in the castle of Dublin,
where he died before he could be tried ; and though the Lord Justice Raver,
(Roger) Outlaw Prior of Kilmainham, made it appear that Lord Arnold was
falsely accused, yet he remained a long time unburied, because he died a»-
assoykd; \ he left issue Lord Robert Poer, Seneschal of the county of Wex-
ford, and treasurer of Ireland, to whom a liberate of 40/. was granted, July
16th, 1335, in recompence of his charges and services, in suppressing and paci-
fying certain discords between the English and Irish in those parts, for the
good of the commonwealth** To him succeeded his son Matthew, living
23 Edward III. who by his wife Avicia, (living in 1342) had John, living in
the reign of the said King, and by Joan his wife, had Richard, who deceased
in 1371,1+ leaving a son Nicholas, who was sunwioned to parliament by
•writ, November 22d, 1375, (48 Edsv. III.) January 20th, 1378, (i Ric. II.)
September nth, 1381, {4 Ric. 11.; and April 29th, 1383, (5 Ric. 11.); these
are the most ancient writs of summoiis to parliament that remain on record, in
the rolls office of Ireland, and from the first of them the present Marquis of
Waierford, as Baron La Poor, derives. This Nicholas, lived to a great age,
and died, the year uncertain, leaving issue Richard Lord La Poi^r, of Curragh-
more, mentioned in a grant of lands from Henry VIII. to Edward Poer,
the Bastard hiothet of Peter Lord La Poer, the son of thii Richard Lord La

« Cox p. 85, 86. + Cambden and Marlboro' sub hoc Anno.

X Hoi. p. 65, Camb. sub hoc Anno- Cox, p 91.

S Camb and Marlb. sub hoc anno. Hoi p. 66, Cam|). Gox p. 94.

Campion, p. 87. Davis, p. 134. Camb. sub hoc anno. Cox, p 107,

5 Catnb- and Marlb. sub hoc anno. p. 87-

** Rot. 90. Edw. I II. f. see also 170. Edw. III. f.

+ + MS. Trin. Coll.


His Lordship deceased at Tyrone House in Dublin, April 4th,
1763, having had issue by his Lady, who survived him, seven
sons and eight daughters, viz.

Poer, * who married Catherine, daughter of Sir Richard Butler, Earl of Or-
mond, who died in 1405, and by her had issue,

Pkter Lord La Poer, mentioned in the above grant, + who married the
daughter of the Lord Decies, and by her had a son Richard, created Lord
Bartn La Poer, of Curraghmore, September 13th, 1535; he was slain in the
service against the Irish rebels in 1539 or 154.1, % and at the time of his de-
cease, was seized in fee of the manors of Curraghmore, Culefin, Gortbady
and other hereditaments in the county of Waterford. He married Catherine,^
second daughter of Pierce the eighth Earl of Orm«nd, and by her, who re-
married with James the fourteenth Earl of Desmond, and died March 17th,
1552,11 had a daughter EUice, married to Thomas Fitzgerald, eldest son of
James the fifteenth Earl of Desmond, by his first wife ; and four sons, viz.

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