2 edition of Genealogical memoirs of the members of Parliament for the county and city of Kilkenny. found in the catalog.
Genealogical memoirs of the members of Parliament for the county and city of Kilkenny.
George Dames Burtchaell
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Ormonde had a surviving brother and the head of the Butler family was now Charles Butler, Earl of Arran, who managed to buy back part of the family estate after his brother's attainder. Died around per inscription? A good example is the village of Garryduff in Owning district, where there was a well of St. When the Daltons settled in the County of Kilkenny is unclear. The 4th earl of Bessborough, John William, was the exception, in that he lived more or less full time at Kildalton.
Funds were raised in the late s to build the chapel, only the belfry of which remains, in the old graveyard across from the present one. Printing and binding followed soon after. This led to a wide variety of MPs being returned. The name Dalfton was widely used throughout the nearby Cumbria and Westmoreland up to the founding of the market town of Dalton in the 19th century. Brabazon died on the 4th July and is interred in Fiddown church.
Buried at Jerpoint Abbey in County Kilkenny. Kieran's Seminary, to Ordained on the 31st July The present Catholic church at Piltown which celebrates its centenary this year is not the parish church, though it is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin under the title of the Assumption, as are Templeorum and Owning. Walter Dalton acquired extensive properties in Westmeath under Hugh de Lacy after He died on the 27th July and is buried in the new cemetery in Piltown where there is a headstone to his name.
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The name Dalfton was widely used throughout the nearby Cumbria and Westmoreland up to the founding of the market town of Dalton in the 19th century. Wheat was charged at 12s an acre, barley at 10s an acre and meadow at 8s an acre, the amount like the rent was paid twice yearly in November and May. Raths were lived in by a farmer and his family up to and beyond the time of the Anglo-Norman invasion.
Ordained on the 31st July In the s this church was converted into a parish hall. Funds were raised in the late s to build the chapel, only the belfry of which remains, in the old graveyard across from the present one.
The dukedom and the marquessate were extinguished with the line of the 1st Duke but the earldom was older and, as a descendant of the 11th Earl, John Butler successfully claimed it and took his seat in the Irish House of Lords in as 17th Earl of Ormonde.
In design it was similar to the old church in Hugginstown village and typical of the Catholic churches built at that timeincluding that of Owning. The Glebe House at Fiddown built in the early s, was the Church of Ireland rector's residence, a family named Hopkins and later Bowers lived there.
Moon-vourahawn is a subdivision of the townland of Curloughlan. Hostile petitions reached the Commons, 4 Mar. He was indisputably the greatest nobleman and landowner in Ireland. Thomas Brennan 3rd August to 2nd February He was Genealogical memoirs of the members of Parliament for the county and city of Kilkenny.
book on 31st Augusthe married Lady Maria Fane, daughter of 10th earl of Westmoreland, on 16th November The family of Callan and Inchiolaghan, from the Christian name Fowke, or Foulke, appears to be closely connected with a branch long settled in the city of Waterford.
Previous to the setting up by James O'Keefe of his supermarket inthere was a grocery shop of Kerrs there. Rothe was a lawyer much trusted by the 10th Earl of Ormond and may be referring to Ormonde documents.
Be flexible in your research when looking for these names. Many of the Gaelic and or Anglo-Norman former large estate holders became middle landlords or mini-landlords, meaning they rented a townland or more from the main landlord, paid a rent, and sub-let the land in parcels of say 20 to a acres to tenant farmers.
Traditionally it bore the name "The Model Village" as the earl of Bessborough meant it to be the model for all landlord estate villages, Piltown being the largest of his estate villages and adjoining his demesne. Building of the present Catholic church began init took ten years to complete, being opened for use on the first Sunday of October He was born in Tullaroan and educated at Maynooth.
The family in county Kilkenny divided into several branches, the principal being those of Ballybur and Danganmore. Appointed parish priest of Templeorum on 7th March He knew through his brother Fr. The Oblates purchased a further 40 acres of an adjoining farm. John William died on the 16th May during the blackest year of the Famine.
A cluster of farmsteads often at either side of a road "street" is Anglo-Norman in origincommonly known as a hamlet with no parish church or necessarily a holy well as a focus. In one case he infers that Thomas Mownister, alias English was the Sovereign because his name is first on the list of council members pardoned by Henry VI in and in a document of that type it would be usual to give the sovereigns name first.
She was the daughter of John Briscoe of Crofton in Cumberland. In Piltown village has people, in, in, in, in, and in Charles Cavanagh served in the parish from the 18th February to 29th September while Canon Purcell was ill.
On the eve of St. A Guide And Popular History.
He was Lord Lieutenant from to and again from to One of the county MPs was the popular W. B. Ponsonby, and 'Mr Walter Butler, eldest son of the head of the Butler family and representative of the honoured house of Ormonde is the other member for the county unanimously elected on Lord Clifden's succession to his father's title the name of Butler was long the irradiating luminary in this county.
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