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Parliamentary memoirs of Fermanagh and Tyrone from 1613 to 1885

Belmore, Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry earl of

Parliamentary memoirs of Fermanagh and Tyrone from 1613 to 1885

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Published by Thom in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the Earl of Belmore.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 368p. ;
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17467594M


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The continuity of their parliamentary representation, nonetheless, compares unfavourably with such families as the Archdales, who successfully contested the county without disruption from toand the Coles and the Crichtons who controlled the boroughs of Enniskillen [Co.

Fermanagh] and of Lifford [Co. Donegal] respectively, and who. to - Governor of County Fermanagh. - Colonel Fermanagh Militia Dragoons - gazetted Captain, Sir Ralph Gore's Regiment of Foot Colonel Archdall became Member for the County of Fermanagh inand sat continually till the last Irish Parliament ofin which he refused the bribe of a Peerage to vote for the Union.

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Note - While there is evidence for the existence of all the individuals mentioned in this document some of the relationships are speculative rather than definite.

In the case of s. VERNEY, Sir RALPH (–), first baronet and politician, was the eldest son of Sir Edmund Verney (–) [q.

v.] and Sir Edmund Verney (–) [q. v.] was his younger brother. A methodical and studious youth, Ralph was educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, and married, while still an undergraduate, Mary, daughter and heiress of.

His elder brother, John, died on 3 Juneleaving only a daughter. Ralph was admitted fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 20 Aprilgraduated M.A.

inand succeeded his father in the British parliament as member for Wendover in. MAGRATH, MEILER (?–), archbishop of Cashel, was probably born in co.

Fermanagh. He had an hereditary connection with the church, or at least with church-lands, for his father, Donough Gillegrowmoe, was in possession of Termon Magrath and Termonamongan in cos.

Tyrone, Donegal, and Fermanagh (letter to Walsingham, 7 JulyState Papers).