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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


John FORTESCUE [Reverend]

OCCUPATION: Burke's, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, mentions that he was the Rector of Haynestowne Parish of Armagh, Ireland.


Henry BELLINGHAM

BIOGRAPHY: According to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 239 some of the titles afforded to Henry Bellingham were: Sworn of the Goldsmith Guild in 1652. Source also states that in 1666 he received the lands of Gernonstown, Louth, Ireland from a fellow soldier, the purchase being confirmed by King Charles II. These became the primary lands of his descendants and a castle was built on the site. (Castlebellingham) Another source, "Irish Pedigrees" ,volume 2, 5th edition, page 43, states that he came to Ireland during the Civil War and served in Cromwell's Army as a captain.

OCCUPATION: Cornet in the Army, according to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 239. Another account. "History of Kilsaren, Union of Parishes, County of Louth", page 46-47 states that he was High Sheriff in 1671 and was charged in 1673 with the responsibility of 'disarming Roman Catholics'. Another source, "Irish Pedigrees", volume 2, 5th edition, page 43, states that he was a Minister of Parliment representing county Louth. The Bellinghams represented county Louth continually from 1660 to 1775.


Lucy SIBTHORPE

BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", gives her father's name as William Sibthorpe of Dunany, Louth, Ireland.


Robert BELLINGHAM

HEIR: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 states that he inherited from his father the lands of "Great Strickland and Milkenthorpe" which were probably sold before he emigrated to Ireland.

BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 states that he was admitted to the Middle Temple in the year 1595. It also states that his plcce of residence in Ireland was Dublin.

OCCUPATION: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 list some of the occupations and titles of this individual were: Sheriif of Longford county, Ireland from 1611-12, Attorney to the Second Remembrancer of the Exchequer of Ireland, appointed by Lord Chichester. He was also Lord Treasurer from 1616-22.

MARRIAGE: marriage to his wife Margaret Whyte of Clonghill, Meath, Ireland is recorded in "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238.


Margaret WHITE

BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage" ,page 238 states her place of residence as Clonghill, Meath, Ireland.


John Henry RYAN

DEATH: date of death recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.

RESIDENCE: source from "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.

MARRIAGE: date of marriage to wife, Henrietta Anne Bellingham, recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.


Henrietta Anne BELLINGHAM

RESIDENCE: resident of West Ham, Essex, England during the 1881 British census.


Alfred Edward RUTHVEN

MARRIAGE: date of marriage to wife Jane Alice Bellingham, recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.