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Ancestors of William Edward Hulse Morton

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Generation 5
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96. James5 MORTON (child of Francis, #192);[466],[467] born circa 1758;[468],[469] died 1833;[470] he may have been buried 7 Oct 1833 at Kilcommon Parish, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.[471]

James was described as "the son of Francis, ... and the father of Francis Morton, of Woodmount, who was the father of Dr. George Morton, of Toronto, and Dr. Edward Morton, of Barrie."[240] He lived between 1791 and 1824 at Lugduff, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.[472],[238],[473] James was Captain of the Tinahely Infantry, a unit of the Wicklow Yeomanry 1796-1798.[474],[475] (There was a Captain James Moreton, member of Rathdrum Infantry in 1798).[476]

Children of James5 Morton and an unknown spouse were:



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101. Widow (--?--)5 ELLIOTT lived in 1823 at Anaghilly, Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland; The church census of Jun 1823 shows Widow Elliott lived at 'Aghnahilly' with a son and daughter (who were of age to receive the sacrament). As it is known that Michael Elliot is from Anaghilly, could this entry represent his mother?[477]

Children of Widow (--?--)5 Elliott and an unknown spouse were:



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102. James5 FITZGERALD (child of Robert, #204);[478],[479] born circa 1771;[480] married Dorothy (--?--) circa 1800;[481] married Elizabeth Young (see #103) after 1802;[482] died 7 Apr 1833 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland;[483] buried at St. Tighernach's, Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[484]

Clonavilla was assessed as tithe-free c. 1833, though it is unclear if Clonavilla was in James' possession, or his heir's. The tithes may have been assessed by Michael Elliott, who married James' daughter Anne in Apr 1833. Clonavilla was in the estate of Sir T. B. Lennard.[485]

Children of James5 Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Young (see #103) were as follows:

  • i. Richard Young4 Fitzgerald; baptized 14 Oct 1804 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[486]

  • 51. ii. Anne Fitzgerald.

  • iii. William Fitzgerald; baptized 4 May 1807 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland;[487] died 11 Feb 1860 at age 52;[488] buried at St. Tighernach's, Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, at his father James Fitzgerald's plot.[489]

  • iv. Henry Fitzgerald; baptized 5 Jun 1808 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[487]

  • v. Robert Fitzgerald;[490],[490] christened 12 Jul 1809 at St. Tighernach's, Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[491]

  • vi. Matilda Jane Fitzgerald; baptized 4 Oct 1810 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland;[487] married Young Sloan 26 Aug 1842 at Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[492]

  • vii. James Fitzgerald Jr; baptized 2 May 1812 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.[487]

103. Elizabeth5 YOUNG; married James Fitzgerald (see #102), son of Robert Fitzgerald and (--?--) Jackson, after 1802;[482] died 9 Mar 1817 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland;[488] buried at St. Tighernach's, Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, at James Fitzgerald's plot.[489]



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    106. David5 SANFORD; born circa 1806 at United States of America;[493] married Maria (--?--) (see #107); died of Dropsy; David was a farmer, widow was Sarah, and no children recorded. Relgion, Disciple 2 Apr 1875 at Erin Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada.[494],[495]

    He appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 11, Con. 10, Erin Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where David (62, but 52 is likelier) was a farmer, Baptist, wife Abigal (61), David (22) and his wife Eliza (21) and two others, Abigal Stinaf (14, neighbour) and Margret McLeod (15, possible granddaughter) were present. The farm was 100 acres total: 39 devoted to crops, 31 to pasture, 30 wild or wooded. The farm produced wheat, peas, oats, potatoes, hay, wood, maple sugar, cloth, flannel, butter, cheese, pork and had cows, horses, sheep and pigs.[496] He lived in 1867 at Lot 11, Con. 10, Erin Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; as a freeholder.[497] He appeared on the census of 1871 at Erin Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; where David (65) was US born, C of E, and a farmer, wife Sarah (30) of Ireland was present.[498]

    Children of David5 Sanford and Maria (--?--) (see #107) both born at Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada), were as follows:

    • 53. i. Elizabeth4 Sanford.

    • ii. David Sanford; born circa 1839;[499] married Eliza Haskins 1859 at Erin Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Eliza was daughter of Russell Haskins, and David was son of David Sanford.[500]

    107. Maria5 (--?--); married David Sanford (see #106).



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      108. Thomas5 HULSE (child of Samuel, #216);[501],[502] born circa 1798 at Co. Nottingham, England;[503],[504] baptized 18 Oct 1801 at St. Nicholas, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[505],[506] he may have married Mary Smith (see #109) 26 Feb 1824 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[507] died aged 59 years 24 Apr 1857.[508]

      Thomas' portrait was painted around the 1820's or 30's -- a photograph of this portrait exists today.[509] Between 1824 and 1828, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith lived at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England, for the births of Joseph, John and Mathew.[510] In 1833, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith may have lived at Crofts Street, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas.[511] Between 1836 and 1842, Thomas Hulse and Mary Smith lived at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas (1836) and birth of Henry (1839).[512] He was a lace manufacturer in 1839 at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England.[513] He and Mary Smith appeared on the census of 1841 at New Basford, Co. Nottingham, England; where Thomas (40) was a lace maker. Mary (35), Joseph (15) and John (14) both journeymen lace makers, Mathew (12), Mary (9) and Henry (2) were present, and all of the family was born in Co. Nottingham.[514] He and Mary Smith emigrated in 1842 to British North America (Canada).[515] He was a school teacher in King Twp. and a hotel keeper in Pottageville in 1845.[424] He and Mary Smith appeared on the census of 1851 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas (54) was a yeoman and innkeeper; Mary (49), and children John (25) a cooper, Mathew (23), Mary Ann (21), Henry (12) and William (9) were present. The family lived in a 2-story frame house and inn with 3 staff.[516]

      Children of Thomas5 Hulse and Mary Smith (see #109) were as follows:

      • i. Joseph Taylor4 Hulse; christened 12 Sep 1824 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[517] married Mary (--?--);[518] died of cancer 23 Aug 1900 at 344 Shaw, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 75.[519]

        He may have lived in 1857 at Nottawa, Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where he was a cooper.[520] He appeared on the census of 1881 at London, Ontario, Canada; where Joseph (55), born England, was a cutler [knife maker/dealer], and Mary (54), Sarah (17) and Mary (10) were present.[521]

      • ii. John Smith Hulse; baptized 28 May 1826 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[522],[523] married Letitia Moore;[524] died aged 42 years, buried at sea 28 Jul 1868 at age 42.[525]

        John was the enumerator for the 1861 census for District #10 in King Township, in March of that year.[526] He and Letitia Moore appeared on the census of 9 Mar 1861 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); and John (34) was an English-born tavern keeper, Lyticia (29) from Ireland, and children Adelia J. (5), Joseph Henry (2) were present, and two other boarders.[527]

      • iii. Mathew Hulse; born 1 Jun 1828;[528] christened 29 Jun 1828 at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England;[529],[530] married Mary Margaret Ramsey 1853; Mary was a sea captain's daughter from Cornwall, England, then living in

        Schomberg.[531]

        Mathew was a lifetime farmer in the area of Schomberg, Ontario.[532] He and Mary Margaret Ramsey appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mathew (52) of England was a farmer, Margaret (50), Thomas (24) an agent, Mary E. (22), Robert (19) and George B. (17) were present.[533]

      • iv. Mary Ann Hulse; born circa 1831 at Co. Nottingham, England;[534],[535] died aged 21 years 22 Jan 1853.[508]

      • v. Thomas Hulse;[536],[536] baptized 18 Jun 1833 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[537] he may have died before 1836 at England.[538]

      • vi. Thomas Hulse;[539],[539] baptized 7 Jul 1836 at St. Leodegarius, Basford, Co. Nottingham, England;[540] died before 1842 at England.[541]

      • 54. vii. Henry Hulse Sr..

      • viii. William George Hulse; born circa 1842 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[542] married Mary Cassady 31 Mar 1866 at York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where William (22) was of Schomberg, and Mary (19) was of Lloydtown.[543],[544]

        He appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (37) was a blacksmith, and Mary (33), William T. (14), Etha M. (12), Ida M. (10), Edna A. (6) and Ambrose (2) were present.[545]

      109. Mary5 SMITH; born circa 1802 at Co. Nottingham, England;[546],[547] she may have married Thomas Hulse (see #108), son of Samuel Hulse and Sarah (--?--), 26 Feb 1824 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England;[507] died aged 95 years 30 Mar 1894.[508],[548]

      She was also known as Mary Smith Barnett.[549],[550] Between 1824 and 1828, Mary Smith and Thomas Hulse lived at Lenton, Co. Nottingham, England, for the births of Joseph, John and Mathew.[510] In 1833, Mary Smith and Thomas Hulse lived at Crofts Street, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas.[511] Between 1836 and 1842, Mary Smith and Thomas Hulse lived at Basford, Co. Nottingham, England, for baptism of Thomas (1836) and birth of Henry (1839).[512] She and Thomas Hulse appeared on the census of 1841 at New Basford, Co. Nottingham, England; where Thomas (40) was a lace maker. Mary (35), Joseph (15) and John (14) both journeymen lace makers, Mathew (12), Mary (9) and Henry (2) were present, and all of the family was born in Co. Nottingham.[514] She and Thomas Hulse emigrated in 1842 to British North America (Canada).[515] She and Thomas Hulse appeared on the census of 1851 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas (54) was a yeoman and innkeeper; Mary (49), and children John (25) a cooper, Mathew (23), Mary Ann (21), Henry (12) and William (9) were present. The family lived in a 2-story frame house and inn with 3 staff.[516] She and Henry Hulse Sr. lived in 1858 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where the family moved after Thomas' death in 1857.[420] She and Henry Hulse Sr. appeared on the census of 1861 at King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Henry was 22, mother Mary (59) and William George (19) were also present. They lived in a single-story frame house in or near Lloydtown.[422] She appeared on the census of 1871 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (69) was widowed, and living 'in town' on an 8th-acre in consession 9, lot 31.[551] Mary's photo was taken late in her life. A copy still exists.[509] She appeared on the census of 1881 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (78) was widowed, born in England.[552] She appeared on the census of 1891 at Wilson House, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (88) was with her son, hotel proprietor.[553]



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        110. James5 DOYLE; born circa 1801 at Ireland;[554] married Jane (--?--) (see #111) circa 1826;[555] died before 1871.[556]

        He served in the military in 1828 possibly as an ensign for East York (from east of Yonge and Scarborough Twp.), or with the 3rd West York (Toronto Gore and Twp.), Company 5, when aged 24 years.[557] A James Doyle Sr. received by an order-in council, some clergy reserve property north of Schomberg (lot 34, con 11, King Twp.) on 1 Apr 1830, while residing in Tecumseth Twp. The land was sold in two halves; first in 1852, then 1860[The connection with our James Doyle is uncertain].[558] He and Jane (--?--) appeared on the census of 1851 at lot 30, con 10, King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where James (50) was a labourer and Jane (47), Patrick (24), William (17), Jane (13) and Alice (12) were present; the family was Catholic, and lived in a shanty on Benjamin Jennings's land.[559]

        Children of James5 Doyle and Jane (--?--) (see #111) were as follows:

        • i. Patrick4 Doyle; born circa 1827 at Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[560]

        • ii. William Doyle; born between 1834 and 1838 at Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[561],[562]

          He appeared on the census of 1861 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); as an innkeeper with sisters Jane and Alice.[464]

        • iii. Jane Doyle; born circa 1839 at Tecumseth Township, Simcoe Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[563],[564] married Hugh Mulloy 15 Apr 1872 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Hugh (40) of Albion Twp. was a blacksmith, and Jane (28) of Toronto, was born Tecumseth Twp. to James Doyle and Jane.[565],[566],[567]

          She was a tailoress according to the census in 1861 at Lloydtown, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[464]

        • 55. iv. Alice Theresa Doyle.

        111. Jane5 (--?--); born circa 1805 at Ireland;[568],[554],[569] married James Doyle (see #110) circa 1826.[555]

        She and James Doyle appeared on the census of 1851 at lot 30, con 10, King Twp., York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where James (50) was a labourer and Jane (47), Patrick (24), William (17), Jane (13) and Alice (12) were present; the family was Catholic, and lived in a shanty on Benjamin Jennings's land.[559] She appeared on the census of 1871 at King Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Jane was 65 and a widow, living 'in town' with John (46) shoemaker, son Patrick (44) labourer and daughter Jane (31) dress maker, on an 8th of an acre, concession 9, lot 32.[570]



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          192. Francis6 MORTON (child of George, #384);[571] born between 1710 and 1725; somewhere in that range;[572] married (--?--) Hatton (see #193), daughter of Henry Hatton.[573]

          Described as, "Francis Morton, of Tinnahely, the son of George Morton, of Queens County", who "married [a] daughter of Rev. Henry Hatton."[574] (It is unlikely that Francis' Hatton bride was a daughter of the rector of Gorey).[575],[576] He was living in 1743 at Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland; where he appears on a deed receiving lands from George Morton in Tinahely, Rossabawn, and Lugduff. Witnesses were Jack Hatton and John Briggs, 2 May 1743.[577]

          Children of Francis6 Morton and (--?--) Hatton (see #193) were as follows:

          • i. Henry Hatton5 Morton;[578],[578] born circa 1744;[579] died 7 Jun 1822 at Forttown, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.[580]

            Henry recorded as justice for corn trading certificates around 1788-1791.[581] Henry was the magistrate in Tinahely during the Rebellion of 1798.[582] "involved in engagements during the 1798 rebellion... a local Magistrate."[583],[584] During the Battle of Ballyraheen 2 Jul 1798, while loyalists hole up in Joseph Chamney's mansion, the rebels with whom they were engaged lit fire to Henry Morton's house next door.[585]

          • ii. William Morton[586],[586] possibly was born circa 1749;[587] he possibly died 1829.[587]

            "William Moreton brother of James Moreton Captain etc. This William is the one referred to in the State of the County Papers" with regard to the Rebellion in 1798.[588] William was Captain of the Tinahely True Blues, a supplementary unit of the Wicklow Yeomanry 1796-1798.[475]

          • 96. iii. James Morton.

          193. (--?--)6 HATTON (child of Henry, #386);[589] born between 1713 and 1729; most likely;[590] married Francis Morton (see #192), son of George Morton.[573]

          She was also considered to be Ann Hatton.



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            204. Robert6 FITZGERALD (child of James, #408);[479],[591],[479] born 1743;[592] married (--?--) Jackson (see #205).[593]

            Children of Robert6 Fitzgerald and (--?--) Jackson (see #205) were as follows:

            • i. Edward5 Fitzgerald.[479],[479]

            • 102. ii. James Fitzgerald.

            • iii. John Fitzgerald;[594],[479] born 1779;[595] married Elizabeth Peters;[593] died 5 Sep 1841 at Monaghan Twp., Peterborough Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[595],[596]

              "John and Elizabeth emigrated with their children from Clones on April 24, 1824, leaving Dublin on an unknown ship and arriving in Quebec City, Lower Canada, on May 25th. ...They arrived overland in the village of Cavan, Upper Canada, near the town of Millbrook, 13 miles north of Port Hope, on August 18."[these are the ancestors of James W. Fitzgerald, writer in Toronto].[597]

            205. (--?--)6 JACKSON; married Robert Fitzgerald (see #204), son of James Fitzgerald and (--?--) Jolly.[593]



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              216. Samuel6 HULSE; married Sarah (--?--) (see #217).

              Children of Samuel6 Hulse and Sarah (--?--) (see #217) were as follows:

              • 108. i. Thomas5 Hulse.

              • ii. Nancy Hulse; name at christening spelled Nancey;[598],[598] christened 11 Nov 1803 at St. Mary's, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England.[599]

              • iii. James Hulse;[600],[600] christened 18 Oct 1805 at St. Peter, Nottingham, Co. Nottingham, England.[601]

              217. Sarah6 (--?--); married Samuel Hulse (see #216).



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                384. George7 MORTON may have died circa 1743 at Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.[602]

                Described by Sir James Gowan as being of Queens County (now Co. Laois), Ireland.[240]

                Children of George7 Morton and an unknown spouse were:



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                386. Henry7 HATTON; It has been said that the father of the "Hatton daughters" was the Reverend Henry Hatton, rector of Gorey (1615-1669), but that is surely false considering the daughters were born around 1710-1729.[603] It has also been said that the father of one of the Hatton daughters, was Henry Hatton (d.1742) , innkeeper of Gorey.[604] It remains unresolved who this Henry Hatton really was.

                Children of Henry7 Hatton and an unknown spouse were as follows:



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                408. James7 FITZGERALD (child of John, #816);[479],[608] born 1715;[609] married (--?--) Jolly (see #409);[593] died 1789.[609]

                "was probably the builder of Clonavilla House, Clones, County Monaghan, a gentrified, three-storey stone home which was occupied by FitzGeralds for nearly 250 years until the 1970s, when it fell into general decay. Marrying Miss Jolly who owned property in County Cavan, James FitzGerald was a friend of Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin and author of Gulliver's Travels, who visited James at his wife's property in County Cavan."[610]

                Children of James7 Fitzgerald and (--?--) Jolly (see #409) were as follows:

                • i. Elinor6 Fitzgerald.[611],[611]

                • ii. William Fitzgerald;[611],[611] married (--?--) Coulson; where the bride was daughter of Captain Coulson.[612]

                • iii. John Fitzgerald;[479],[479] born circa 1734 at Clonavilla, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland;[613] died 2 Dec 1818 at Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland.[614]

                • iv. James Fitzgerald;[615] born circa 1741;[616] died 1819.[616]

                • 204. v. Robert Fitzgerald.

                409. (--?--)7 JOLLY; married James Fitzgerald (see #408), son of John Fitzgerald.[593]



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                  816. John8 FITZGERALD (child of Patrick, #1632);[479],[617] born 1670;[609] died 1745.[609]

                  "a son of Patrick FitzGerald, held a commission in the Irish Catholic army of King James II, on whose defeat by William of Orange at the Battle of the Boyne on July 12, 1690, he fled with a brother officer named Maguire and a man-servant of his own name from persecution in Dublin to the Maguire's County Fermanagh, making the journey in a single night. Because of the severe anti-Catholic Penal Laws, he became a Protestant and lived the latter part of his life at Drumcose, a property in Co. Fermanagh, close to Castle Hume."[610]

                  Children of John8 Fitzgerald and an unknown spouse were:



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                  1632. Patrick9 FITZGERALD (child of William, #3264);[618],[619],[618] In 1645, Patrick was admitted as a Knight of Santiago in Spain.[620]

                  Children of Patrick9 Fitzgerald and an unknown spouse were:



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                  3264. William10 FITZGERALD 11th Knight of Kerry (child of John, #6528);[618],[618] married Margaret Tobin before 1582;[621],[622] married Mary O'Connor (see #3265), daughter of Calvagh O'Connor of Derrymullen, King's County, before 1603;[621] died 6 Nov 1640.[623]

                  Children of William10 Fitzgerald 11th Knight of Kerry and Mary O'Connor (see #3265) were as follows:

                  • 1632. i. Patrick9 Fitzgerald.

                  • ii. John Fitzgerald 12th Knight of Kerry;[618],[618] married Katherine Lansdowne.[621]

                    The. "It would seem that the property of the Knight[s] of Kerry remained considerable until at least the second half of the 17th century. Thus we know that John FitzGerald, 12th Knight of Kerry, successfully petitioned the House of Commons in 1665 for the return of property which he had held near Dingle and in the baronies of Clanmaurice, Iraghticonnor, Trughanacmy and Magunihy and which had been vested in the crown under the Act of Settlement. The family seems to have lost much of its Kerry property between this time and the middle of the 18th century."[624]

                  • iii. William Fitzgerald.[618],[625]

                  • iv. Maurice Fitzgerald.[618],[618]

                  • v. Ellen Fitzgerald.[618],[618]

                  3265. Mary10 O'CONNOR (child of Calvagh, #6530);[618] married William Fitzgerald 11th Knight of Kerry (see #3264), son of John Fitzgerald 10th Knight of Kerry and Shile O'Sullivan Mor, before 1603.[621]



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                    6528. John11 FITZGERALD 10th Knight of Kerry (child of William, #13056);[618],[618] married Shile O'Sullivan Mor (see #6529), daughter of Donal O'Sullivan Mor;[621] died 7 Sep 1595.[623]

                    John was a rebel in 1579/80[during the Catholic revolt].[626]

                    Children of John11 Fitzgerald 10th Knight of Kerry and Shile O'Sullivan Mor (see #6529) were as follows:

                    6529. Shile11 O'SULLIVAN MOR (child of Donal, #13058);[618] married John Fitzgerald 10th Knight of Kerry (see #6528), son of William Fitzgerald 9th Knight of Kerry and Una Lansdowne.[621]



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                      6530. Calvagh11 O'CONNOR of Derrymullen, King's County.

                      Children of Calvagh11 O'Connor of Derrymullen, King's County and an unknown spouse were:



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                      13056. William12 FITZGERALD 9th Knight of Kerry (child of John (--?--), #26112);[618],[628] married Una Lansdowne (see #13057), daughter of Edmond Lansdowne Baron of Kerry and Lixnaw.[621]

                      It may have been William who was the Knight of Kerry said to have built Minard Castle circa 1551, on the south shore of the Dingle peninsula, Co. Kerry.[629]

                      Children of William12 Fitzgerald 9th Knight of Kerry and Una Lansdowne (see #13057) were as follows:

                      13057. Una12 LANSDOWNE (child of Edmond, #26114);[618] married William Fitzgerald 9th Knight of Kerry (see #13056), son of John (Shane) (--?--) 8th Knight of Kerry and More (--?--).[621]



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                        13058. Donal12 O'SULLIVAN MOR.

                        Children of Donal12 O'Sullivan Mor and an unknown spouse were:



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                        26112. John (Shane)13 (--?--) 8th Knight of Kerry (child of Maurice, #52224);[618],[628] John, Cannon of Ardfert, was appointed Bishop 20 Nov 1495. It is said that he consorted with More, daughter of O'Connor Kerry and wife of Shane de Moor.[630]

                        Children of John (Shane)13 (--?--) 8th Knight of Kerry and More (--?--) (see #26113) were:

                        26113. More13 (--?--) (child of (--?--) O'Connor Kerry, #52226).[628]



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                          26114. Edmond13 LANSDOWNE Baron of Kerry and Lixnaw.

                          Children of Edmond13 Lansdowne Baron of Kerry and Lixnaw and an unknown spouse were:


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