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C. Meares, entered Trinity College, Dublin, 4 Nov., 1783, aged
16, B.A. 1789, letters of orders as deacon 6 Feb., 1790, and
priest 19 Feb., 1792, Curate of Drumlane, Vicar of Denn 10
Oct., 1812, Rector of Knockbride, Co. Cavan, 23 April, 1813,
m. 1799, Marianne, dau. of Henry Swanzy, of Avelreagh, Co.
Monaghan, by Anne, dau. of the Rev. Andrew Nixon, Vicar
of Ahamplish, and d. 1 Feb., 1819, having had issue, for whom



* Among the Cromwellian Depositions, preserved in the Library, Trinity
College, Dublin, is one of Elizabeth Parr, of Aghreylowes (?), Co. Cavan, widow,
sworn 22 [illegible) 1641 [-2 ?]. She states " That about the 24th of October last
this deponents husband, William Parr, and shee the deponent at Aghreylowes
aforesaid had their house broken open and seased upon by the Rebells, and were
by them the said Rebells spoiled, robbed or were despoiled of their goods and
chattells to the value following. In beaste cattell, hoarse and sheep howsehold
goods, etc., etc. . . . , and saith that the stripping of her husband and 4 children
did much forward their deathes." Endorsed on a lease of the lands of Killyfanna
Co. Cavan, 24 Dec, 1719, Whyte to Cottingham, is a memorandum by Francis
Whyte, dated II Sept., 1749, to the effect that the life of Bernard Parr, son of
John Parr, of Purgreen, Co. Cavan, be inserted instead of Henry Green, of Dres-
ternan, dec. (deed in possession of Mrs. Swanzy, Ivy Lodge, Newry).

There is a Kilmore and Ardagh marriage licence, 2 Feb., 1718-9, between
Robert Smyth, of Longford, and Alice Parr of Cavan. Miss Marian Erskine,
Chelsea, has a commission, dated 22 March, 1756, in the 29th year of His Majesty's
Reign, appointing Josiah Parr to be Ensign in the Independent Company of
Militia Foot in the County of Cavan. It is on a printed form, and the first two
figures of the date of the year are printed " 16," but " the 29th year of His
Majesty's Reign " fixes the time as George II. 'e reign. Josiah Parr drew up a
list of the marriages and births in his family, which is still preserved. He m. 1st
29 Nov., " St. Andrew's Eve," 1738, Margaret Parr, who " was Boarn 28th
September at 10 of the clock in the morning, Being Monday, 1719." By her,
who d. 22 July, 1762, he had three sons and four daus. (1.) Bernard Parr, b. 18
Jan., 1741, (2) Thomas Parr, b. 5 Nov., 1748. (3) Josiah Parr, 6. 12 March, 1752.

(1) Elizabeth Parr, b. 5 Nov., 1739, w. 18 May, 1765, Robert Erskine, see above.

(2) Jane Parr, 6. 31 May, 1744. (3) Leah Parr, b. 16 Aug., 1746, buried at Cavan,
20 Feb., 1815. (4) Anne Parr, b. 8 Jan., 1759, m. Ralph Foster, and had an only
child, Margaret Foster, d. unm., Sept., 1859. Josiah Parr m. 2nd 17 Nov., 1765,
Elizabeth Weaver, of Tully, Co. Cavan, " with a fortune of 1500/." (Pile's
Occurrences, 23 Nov.). His will, dated 20 March, 1766, was proved same j'ear,
witnesses Thomas Parr, Henry Parr, John Parr. He was apparently survived
by only three of his children, Elizabeth, Leah and Anne, who were his heirs.



195

see pp. 119-123. His portrait is in the possession of Mrs.
Swanzy, Ivy Lodge, Newry, and his wife's miniature is at
The Yews, Newry.

II. Moutray Erskine, of Cavan, 6. 22 Dec, 1769, m. Elizabeth Jane,
sister of Henry Bevan Wilson-Slator, of Whitchill, Co. Long-
ford, and Belleville, Co. Meath, J.P., High Sheriff Co. Longford,
1851, and youngest dau. of Thomas Wilson, M.U., of Corric-
kane, Co. Cavan, by Mary, dau. of AlexaJider Slator, of White-
hill. Mr. Erskine d. 1820, having had by her (who m. 2nd
1827, the Rev. Robert Thomas Bell) six children • —

1. Robert St. John Erskine, b. 1810, d. unm.

2. Moutray Erskine, of Cavan, SoHcitor, h. 1812, m. 2 Nov.,

1847, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Robert Baker, of Anna,
Co. Cavan, by his wife, dau. of Robert Bell Booth, of
Drumcarbin, Co. Cavan. Mr. Erskine d.s.f. 13 Oct., 1851,
and his widow ni. 2nd, 4 Aug., 1853, her cousin George
Carmichael. eldest son of John Carmichael, by Jane
Amelia, 2nd dau. of Robert Bell Booth. He d. 25 Jan.,
1866.

3. Thomas W. Erskine, h. 1816, d. unm.

1. Margaret Mary Erskine, m. 16 A.pril, 1825, William Bell,
of The Rocks, Crossdoney, Co. Cavan, brother of Lieut.-
General Sir George Bell, K.C.B., and son of George Bell,
of Bell View, Co. Cavan, by Catherine, dau. of Dominick
Nugent, M.P. She d. 11 Sept., 1894, aged about 88, and
her husband cZ. 18 May, 1883, leaving one son and two
daus.: —
(1.) WilHam Bell, d. 19 May, 1884.

(1.) Catherine Georgina Bell, m. 26 Sept., 1850, William
Bacon, of Lunces Hall, Wivelsfield, Sussex, and d.
16 April, 1889, leaving issue : —

i. William Bacon, of Horsham, h. 29 June, 1855,
m. 13 Oct., 1886, Mary Helena Frederica, dau.
of Richard Newbery Coles, of Priors Court,
near Newbury, Berks., and has : —

1. William Bell Bacon, h. 29 Sept., 1887.

1. Muriel Iris Bacon.

i. Beatrice Margaret Ann Bacon, m. 19 Sept., 1882,
John Saxby, eldest son of John Saxby, of Cold
Harbour Park, Wivelsfield, and by him, who
d. Nov., 1905, has :—

1. Guy Harold Bacon Saxby, h. 2 Nov., 1888.

1. Irene Catherine Hannah Saxby.

ii. Catherine Georgina Bacon.

(2.) Elizabeth Jane Bell, m. 1859, the Hon. Levi Ruggles
Church, Q.C., Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench
in Canada, formerly Attorney- General for Canada,
and by him, who d. 30 Aug., 1892, had, with another
son, who d. unm., issue : —
i. Athol B. R. Church, d.

i. Maude Church, m. Oscar Campbell, New York.

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196

ii. Mildred Church, m. James George, Solicitor,
Toronto.

iii. Bernice Church, Mrs. Gardiner.

2. Mary Erskine, m. 1st, Henry Wilton, of Omard, Co. Cavan,

and had an only child : —

(1.) Thomas Henry Wilton, of Omard, Lieut. Cavan
Militia, d. utun.
She m. 2nd, William LesHe, of Cootehill, J.P., High Sheriff
Co. Cavan 1875, and d. 7 June, 1877, leaving by him,
who d. 1880, further issue : —

(2.) William Henry Moutray Leslie, J.P., High Sherifi
Co. Cavan, 1882, Major Cavan Mihtia, h. 1846, d. unm.
19 Nov., 1899.

(1.) Araminta Erskine Leslie, m. 27 Aug., 1879, Thomas
Cunningham, J.P., of Belfast, who d. I Aug., 1895,
and had an only child : —

Edith Mary Leslie Cunningham, m. 30 Jan.,
1906, Thomas Hamilton Moore, of Billown,
Isle of Man, and d. 4 June, 1906, leaving a
son : —

Thomas George Henry Maurice Moore, 6.
18 May, 1906.

3. Elizabeth Jane Erskine, m. 1st, 23 Dec, 1842, William

Alexander Dougall, M.D., and 2nd Sheehan.

III. Robert Erskine, Major 4th Regt., 25 April, 1826, served in the
Peninsular war, and was present at Badajoz and Salamanca ;
also served in America, severely wounded in the action near
New Orleans, 8 Jan., 1815. He d. at Gibraltar, 1828, lea^^ng
by his will dated 22 Dec, 1818, his property to his sister
Araminta, and his niece Anne Erskine, afterwards Mrs.
Swanzy, see p. 121. His miniature is in the possession of Miss
Marian Erskine, London.

IV. William Erskine, of Cavan, 2nd Lieut. Cavan Militia, 22 Oct.,
1796, Treasurer of Co. Cavan for nearly thirty years, and
Bishop's Registrar for Kilmore, d. unm. 21 March, 1841. A
miniature of him is at Ivy Lodge, Newry.

I Margaret Erslrine, b. 27 Feb., 1766, d. unm. at Mallow, Co.

Cork.
II. Araminta Erskine, d. unm. at Cavan, Nov., 1852, aged 84,

miniature at Ivy Lodge, Newry.



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APPENDIX XL

Conway Benning, 1737-1823, see p. 154.
By his descendant, Conway Dighton.

Conway Benning's birthplace and parentage are both unknown. On
the supposition that he may have belonged to the Bennings of Willes-
den, mentioned in the Visitation of Middlesex (16G3), search has been
made for his baptism at Ealing and Willesden in vain ; and, finding
from the Gentleman's Magazine that a Rev, William Benning died
Vicar of Abington, near Cambridge, in 1753, I made inquiries there,
also to no purpose.

He entered Trinity College, Dublin, as a Pensioner, Sept. 3, 1755,
there being no mention in the Matriculation Book (p. 225) of his age]
parentage, or place of birth. He had been educated by Mr. Arthur'
and his College tutor was Francis Andrews, afterwards Provost.

He graduated B.A. 1760, LL.B. and LL.D., 1776, and is said, I know
not on what authority, to have been tutor to Lord Moira. He was
admitted Deacon at Belfast by William, Bishop of Down, June 7
1760, and ordained Priest at the same place, 1761. On June 8, 1763
he was instituted to the Vicarage of Glenavy, Camolin, and Tuliyrush
diocese of Connor, Patron the Marquis of Hertford, where he stayed
till 1770, in which year, on May 5, he was collated to the Rectory of
Donaghcloney, the Rectory of Magherally, and the Archdeaconry of
Dromore. In these preferments he remained 7 years. He resigned
the Archdeaconry in 1777 (Cotton's Fasti, III., 297), and in that year
was travelling on the Continent. In Nash's Historical and Genealogical
Records, quoted in a Memoir of the great Duke of Wellington's Birth
and School Days in the Illustrated London News of Dec. 11, 1852, it is
stated by the Rev. R. Butler " that when the future Duke was a boy
at Anjers Military College, the late Dr. Benning when travelling with
Lord Blayney " (the 10th Baron, who d. a minor, 1781) " asked the
head of that establishment if he had any English boys of promise under
his care, and he replied that he had one English boy of great promise
of the name of Wesley, the son of Lord Mornington."

On March 7, 1778, he was instituted to the Vicarage of Rathmolyon,
diocese of Meatli, which he held for the rest of his life, as stated in a
copy of his memorial tablet in Rathmolyon Church.

Dr. Benning was a member of the Amicable Annuity Company of
Newry, Co. Down, admitted 1 Aug., 1770.

It is clear that he followed the fashion of his day in being non-resident,
keeping a curate at Rathmolyon, while he himself lived chiefly at
Kilroot, a place about 2| miles from Carrickfergus, on Belfast Lough.
His name only occurs ten times in his parish register as performing
occasional duties between 1815 and 1821. He d. 30 March (Easter Day),
1823, in his 86th year, and was buried at Rathmolyon. He left directions
that he should lie beside his wife, whom he had caused to be buried



198

oa the eastern side of the churchyard as a protest against a belief of
his poorer Roman Catholic neighbours that the souls of those thus buried
remained long in Purgatory. In consequence of a subsequent restoration
and enlargement of the church towards the east the bodies of the Arch-
deacon and his wife now repose in what is the aisle of the present
edifice. A mural tablet to their memory is in the north transept. It
calls Conway Benning " a distinguished Scholar, an Eloquent preacher,
a pious Minister." He w. Anne, dau. of Henry Ellis, of Prospect,
Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, and by her, who d. 5 Sept., 1819, in her
76th year, he had two sons and three daus. : —

I. Conway Benning, entered the Royal Artillery in Ireland, as Lieut.

25 July, 1795 ; was stationed at Dundalk on Jan. 1, 1800,
as appears from a letter of his to one of his sisters. After-
wards he was transferred to the Infantry, and as Capt. 2nd
Batt. 66th Foot, he was killed at Albuera, 16 May, 1811.
H.R.H. the Duke of York wrote to his father : — " Horse
Guards, 12 Nov., 1813. Sir, The Prince Regent having been
graciously pleased to command in the name and on behalf
of His Majesty, that the officers present at the Battle of
Albuera should be permitted to bear a medal commemorative
of that Victory, I have to transmit to you the medal which
would have been conferred upon the late Captain Conway
Benning, of the 2nd battalion, 66th Regt. of foot, and which the
Prince Regent has been pleased to direct should be deposited
with his family as a token of the respect which His Royal
Highness entertains for the memory of that officer. I am,
Sir, Yrs. Frederick, Commander in Chief."

II. James Benning, m. at St. Peter's, Dublin, 13 Sept., 1801,

Charlotte, sister of Frederick Berry, of Birr, King's Co. She
d. his widow 10 Jan., 1830.

I. Eleanor Benning, m. 22 May, 1795, Noah Webb Dalway, of
Ballyhill, otherwise Bellahill, near Carrickfergus, M.P. for
Carrickfergus, 1799-1801, and 1801-2, and had issue, for whom
see Burke's Landed Gentry, 1863.

II. Millicent Mary Benning, m. 14 Nov., 1798, Samuel Allen, M.D.,
son of Samuel Allen, of Lisconnan, Co. Antrim, (see McSkimin's
History of Carrickfergus, 3rd edition, p. 305). They had ten
children : — (1) Samuel, who has left a M.S. accoimt of his
tour in Palestine in 1826. He d. in Paris. (2) Henry Ellis
Allen (father of Samuel Allen, now of Lisconnan, J.P., High
Sheriff Co. Antrim, 1886, Henry Allen, C.E., now in Canada,
Marcus Allen, Surgeon late R.A., and George Burgess Allen,
Colonel R.A. retired). (3) George Allen, of Geelong, Australia,
d. Dec, 1898. (4) Conway James Allen. (5) Thomas Allen.
(1) Anne Allen, m. Edmond Douglas, and had issue. (2) Ellen
Allen, d. iinm. (3) Amelia Allen, d. umn. (4) Jane Allen, d.
unm. (5) Frances Allen, m. 4 Dec, 1849, the Rev, Charles
Edward Dighton, B.A., Vicar of Maisemore, Glouc, and d. 28
March, 1897, leaving issue, of whom the third son is Conway
Dighton, the compiler of the above account of his great-
grandfather, Conway Benning.

III. Jane Benning, m. Sept., 1800, Thomas Higinbotham, of Dublin,
and had issue, for whom see p. 154.



INDEX OF NAMES.



Names of persons not related to some member of the family (c a Dean Swift
p. 12), are not indexed.

Where a name is mentioned incidentally, {e.g. Rev. Andrew Nixon, p. 99)
it is not indexed. '

^ JJ^® names included in the extracts from parish registers given in Appendix
VIII., are not indexed.









Page




Page


Abercorn,


. 139


Bates,


161


Abraham,






. 125


Battersb}',


152


Acheson,






. 67, 91


Battye, .


180


Adair






132


B&ttye, see Trevc


3r-Battyc.


Adams, .






. 78, 80, 103


Baxter,


102


Adamson,






126


Baylis, .


85


Addington,






30


Bean


59


Adlam, .






32


Beare,


71


Ainsworth






102


Beatty, .


96


Akie,






. 151


Beaumont,


9, 41, 80


Alcock. .






. 70, 72, 74


Becher, .


180


Aldborough,






78, 191


Beckett,


147


Allen, .






198


Bedell, .


26


AUin, .






111


Bedingfeld,


75


Allison, .






62


Begg,


121


Altamont,






145


Beit,


88


Amos,






158


Belany, .


33


Anderson,






2, 33, 106


BeU,


195


Andrews,






190


Belvedere,


41, 179


Antonio,






63


Benham,


60


Arbuthnot,






. 77, 78, 90


Bennet,


58


Archdall,






.94, 95


Benning,


154, 197, 198


Areskin,






. 188


Benton, .


23


Argyll, .






187


Beresford,


40, 86, 146


Ariskin, .






188


Bernard,


25


Armstrong,


45,


71, ]


07, 142, 159


Bernard-Morland


24


Arskin, .






188


Beming,


79


Amot, .






. 125


Berry,


126, 166, 174. 198


Ashburner,






. 182


Bessborough, .


30


Askin,






188


Biddall, .


103


Ashtown,






. 142


Biggs. .


91


Aston, .






101


Billing, .


23


Athlumney,






. 36, 37


Bingham,


. 157


Atkinson,






. 124


Bird,


20


Atrutel, .






78


Bimey, .


86


Auchinleck,






165


Blacker,


57, 134


Austen, .






92


Blake, .


. 24, 69. 76, 1.35


Aylmer,






72


Blencowe,


. 179


Ayres,






. 117


Blennerhasset,


19, 40






Bloomfield,


179






Blimt, .


131, 132


Babington,


. 189


Bohn, .


136


Bacon, .




195


Boland, .


92


Baggallav,




180


Bolton, .


109, 185


Baillie '.




88


Bond, .


. 39, 41, 55


Baker, .




40, 195


Booth, .


195


BaU,




. 116


Booth, see Gore-]


Booth,


Balmain,




57


Borough,


66, 167


Bannerman, .




129


Bovell, .


74


Barbut, .




57


Boyd, .


99, 102, 103


Barklie, .




154, 155, 156


Boyle, .


73


Barrett,




181


Boyne, .


94


Barry, see Smi


th-Barry.


Brabazon,


90


Barrj'more.


149


Bradshaw,


. 29, 30


Barton, .




68,1


56, 157, 170 1


Bradstreet,


147



200









Pago




Page


Brady 119, 189


Clarke, .


23, 103


Braham,




54


Clayton,


186


Bray,




. 113


Clements,


62, 149


Brennan,




86


Cliffe, .


. 30, 31


Brett,




74


Coane, .


141


Britton, .




27


Cobbe, .


86


Brooke, .




46, 151, 156


Cochrane,


132, 151


Brooker,




109


Coddington,


88


Browne, 2, 81,


120, ]


45, 179, 186


Coke,


. 149


Brownlow,




. 186


Colborne,


149


Brownrigg,




30


Colclough,


22, 120


Brydges,




75


Cole-Hamilton,


82


Buccleuch,




143, 148


Coleridge,


. 134


Buchanan,




24, 112


Coles,


. 195


Buckinghamshire,




57


Colhoun,


. 189


BuUen, .






86


Collett, .


. 107


BuUer, .






180


Collins, .


92, 121, 122


Bulteel, .






49


Colquhoun,


. 117


Bunting,






117


Conry, .


52


Burr owes.




48, 137


Conyngham, .


36, 87. 102


Burrows,




96


Cooke, .


92, 178


Butler, .


36, 41, 137


Cooper, .


. 59, 60


Butler, see Wandesforde-Butler.


Coote,


63, 80, 85, 86


Butt 116, 117


Cope,


87




Copeland,


. 29, 91




Corry, .


. 84, 85, 86


Caird 63


Cosby, .


. 133


Caldwell, .... 7


Cotter, .


161, 193


Callwell, . . . 155, 156


Coulton,


194


Campbell, 40, 54, 85, 101, 122, 187, 195


Coiu'town


117, 143, 179


Campbell, see Graham-Campbell.


Cox,


. 116


Cane, 176


Cramond,


. 107


Carden, .






90


Cranswick,


86


Carey, .






129


Crawford,


. 139


Carlisle, .






42


Crawford and Balcarre


8, . . 42


Carmichael,






195


Crawfurd,


87


Carr,






47, 169


Crawfurd-PoUok


87


Carrick, .






137


Crofton, .


36


Carson, .






67, 75


Crookshank, .


88


Carter, .




33, 1


25, 126


Crossle, .


. 153


Cartwright-Enery,






132


Crowther-Smith,


165


Carua- Wilson, .






166


Crozier, .


103


Gary, .




19,


75, 188


Cruise, .


, 36, 88


Castlemaine, .






176


Cuddy, .


159


Castlestuart, .






189


Cuming,


86, 161


Catania,






58


Cunningham, .


115, 196


Caulfeild,






37


Curry,


75, 76, 189


Cayley, .






126


Curtis, . . 18


23, 74, 126, 155


Chambers,






33


Cutts .


186


Chamley,






77






Chamney,






124






Chandos,






75


Dale,


113


Chandos-Pole-Gell,






180


Dalway,


198


Charlemont, .






37


Dalziel, .


179


Charleville,






41


Daniel, .


179


Chatham,






129


Darley, .


143


Chernock,






. 186


David, .


21


Chidley, .






86


Davies, .


85


Childe, .






20


Davis,


136


Cholmeley,






25


Dawson, 41, 6£


>, 105, 100, 151


Chorley,






186


Day,


. 193


Church, .






195


de Bouffon,


21


Churchill,






. 180


de Bressy,


21


Chute, .






111


de Burgh,


149


Clancarty,






. 144


de Cerjat


143


Clanmorris,






. 157


De Gennes


... 135


Clare,






. 102


de la Rive


. 136


Clark, .






. 106


de Lautour


. 193



201



Page



Delhoste,


181, 182


de Markievicz


147


Dempsey,




97


Denham,




115


Denison,




36


Dennis. .




128


Desbrisay,




178


Desminieres, .




6


de Turkheim, .




136


de Vassall,




174


de Vives




136


Devonslier,




132


de Zuylen de Nyevelt,




179


Dewhurst,




80


Dickey, .




101


Dickson,




164


Dighton,




198


Dilworth,




63


Dixon, .




130


Dobbin, .




77


Dobbs, .




91, 93


Dobel, .




130


D'Oisy, .




97


Domvilo,




191


Donaldson,




114


Dopping,




89


Dougall,




196


Douglas,




198


DouU, .




64


Downes,




70, 149


Doyne, .




24


Drake, .




. 109


Draper, .


1


59. 191


Drinkile .




. 186


Drogheda,




. 179


Drope, ...


108, 175, 185


Drought,


24, 178


Drummond-Hay,


. 180


du Cros,


125


Duncannon,


30


Dunlop .


63


Dmiraven,


. 148


Duplex, .


8


Eastwood,


30


Eccles, .


. 51, 52


Eckersall, . . 142, 143, 145


Eckersall, see Nixon-Eckersall.


Edminson, .... 188


Egerton-Warburton,


146


Eglinton,


144


Eliot,


129


Elliott, .


119


Ellis, ... 88, 89, 198


Emerson,




68



Enery, 67, 69. 128, 129, 130, 131, 132,
133, 1^9, 167, 172
English, ..... 16
Eaniskillen, .... 82
Erskine, 92, 103, 119, 120, 121, 122. 127,
187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 194, 195, 196

Eskin 188

Eustace 176

Evered 93



Falkiner,
FaUs, .
Fanning,



111

100
19, 20











Pnga


Faris,


.


134


Farnell- Watson,








C9


Farnham,








137, 142


Farthing,








158


Fergus, .








150


Ferrier, .








113


Fetherstonhaugt


,






74, 178


Fiddes, .








165


Field. .








72, 181


Fielding,








64


Finglas, .








66


FitzGerakl, .




97,


148. 149


Fitzgerald,




21


90, 177


Fleming,




134,


139, 140


Fletcher,






26


Foljambe,






146


Follis. .






71


Foote, .






56


Foreman,






153


For good.






20


Forster, .






151


Fortescuo,






. 29, 36


Foster, .




'78,


147, 194


Fownes, .






87


Franks, .






137


Fraser. .






181


Fkench, Ahce,






16


Alicia,


Mrs. Duplex,


8


Alicia,


nee Harris,


8


,, Anne,


nee Le Hunte


. 15, 27


,, Anne,








18



Catherine, . . 8

Daniel (Major), 3, 4, 6, 26
Daniel, of Dublin, 3, 5, 9
Deborah, Mrs. Pigott, 18, 22
Elinor, nee Johnston, 3, 6
EUnor, ... 9

Elinor, ... 18
EHnor, Mrs. Stanford, 28
Elinor, Mrs. Tisdall, 4, 6, 38
Ehzabeth, Mrs. Curtis, 18

Elizabeth, nee Lenthall, 7

Elizabeth, Itfrs. Sherwood, 9
Frances, Rlrs. Stanton, 18
George, . . . 16

Harriet, Mrs. Hawker, 8

Humphrey. M.P., 3. 9, 10. 11,
12, 13, 14, 15
Humphrey, (Rev.), . 16
Humphrey, . . S

Isabella, nee BedeU, . 26
Jane, ... 18

Jane, nee . 8

Joanna, Mrs. Fanning, 19, 39
Katherine, Mrs. Greene, 18

Letitia, nee . 15

Letitia, . . . 16

Marianne, Mrs. Nixon, 19, 39,
83. 168, 172



Margaret Rebecca,
Martha, .


8
18


Mary,
Mary

Mary, nee

Mary, iiee Meade,

Mary,

Mary, Sirs. Fletcher,


2

9

9

17. 174

18

26



Mary, Mrs. Warburton, 3,6,34



202



Page

Fbench, Mary, nee PeiTott, . 7

Mary, Mrs. Harford, . 16

,, Mary, Mrs. Rouse, . 8

Mathew, of Belturbet,, 1, 2,

3, 4, 5, 6

Mathew, of Dublin, 3, 6, 17,

174

Mathew (Rev.), . 17, 18

Mathew, ... 9

Mathew ... 16

Mathew, ... 19

,, Mathew, of Ballyhubback, 3,

7

,, Rebecca, ... 18

,, Rebecca, vee Beaumont, 9

„ Richard, of Belturbet, 1

,, Richard, ... 2

Richard, of Dublin, 3, 4, 5,

6. 7

Richard, . . . 4, 9

„ Richard, of Baltinglass, 7, 8,

39

,, Richard, ... 9

,, Richard, ... 15

Robert, ... 1

Robert, ... 16

,, Susanna, afterwards

Anderson, . . 2

,, Susanna, nee English,

,, Susanna, Mrs. Le Hunte



Frend,



Susanna, Mrs. Sheridan,
William, .



16
15,
27
18



143



Gale,

Gardiner,

Garvey, .

Gaussen,

Ga3rford,

Geale,

Gebbie, .

Gell, see Chandos-Pole-Gell.

George, .

Gillman,

Gillmor, .

Glenawly,

Glenny,

Glyde

Goddard,

Godley, .

Goodaker

Goold, . 143, 144,

Goold-Verschoyle,

Gore,

Gore-Booth,

Gorges, .

Gorges-Mcredyth,

Gosford,

Gosling, .

Graham-Campbell,

Grant,



G rattan.
Green,
Greene, ,
Gregory,
Gregson,



100,



145, 146,

37, 98,
146,



29, 89, 90, 91, 93
50,



161,



31
196
143
114
159

36
125

196

123

139

40

101, 102

107

40, 175

129

. 174

148, 150

145

130, 188

147, 148

40

36

91

155

134

57

94, 121

111, 116

18, 120

138

163, 164



Griffin, .
Griffith, .
Griffiths,
Grimthorpe,
Grogan, .
Grosvenor,
Grove, .
Guise,



Page

71
160

31
147

67
150

19

80



Haig 159

Hailes, ..... 60

Haire 96

Hales, 126

Haliday, . . . .123

Haiton, -105

Hamill-Stewart ... 90

Hamilton, 22, 29, 35, 39, 40, 49, 69, 87.

94, 97. 108, 131, 139, 140, 151, 180.

181
Hamilton, see Morris-Jones-Hamilton.



Hammick,

Hammond,

Hampton,

Hancox,

Handcock,

Hands, .

Hanna, .

Harcourt.

Hardcastle.

Harden, .

Hare,

Harford,

Harkness,

Harley. .

Harpur, .

Harris, .

Hart, .

Harte,

Hartigan,

Hartland,



95

101

150

135

176

177

77, 97

147

165

179

96

16, 164

67, 170

113. 114

73

8, 109

192

192

141

113



Hassard, 44, 48, 50, 61. 67, 68. 75, 89.


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