Fisher

Family Tree of Edward Fisher

of Merginstown, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Parish Church of St. Nicholas (Church of Ireland), Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow
Parish Church of St. Nicholas (Church of Ireland), Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow

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Notes

1. All references to baptisms, marriages and burials in Ireland are according to the rites of the Church of Ireland unless otherwise specified.

2. Essington. Henry Essington, gent. Demised 420 acres in Clonee, Dunboyne, Co. Meath by Charles Lord Shelburne in 1693 (RD 40/321/26068); Died before 1721 (RD 31/164/18529), the lands of Clonee having been formerly in his possession (18th and 19th July 1723, RD 40/12/23860).
He married 1stly by licence (from the Bishop of Dublin) in 1670 Jane Whittle. He married 2ndly in Saint John's, Dublin, July 6th 1676 Letitia Yates. Issue: Richard (see below); Henry, 2nd son (RD 31/164/18529), of Dunlavin, gent. (Prerog. will 1743); William (RD 8/376/2959), sub-Sheriff of Co. Dublin 1726 (RD 50/198/32604); Mary, married at Saint Nicholas Without, Dublin, October 20th 1708 Joseph Liffsley (of Dublin, merchant, whose will was proved at the Prerogative court in 1722); Elizabeth, married at Saint Nicholas Without March 30th 1712 John Edkins.
Richard Essington, of Tubber, gent. Married by licence (from the Bishop of Dublin) at Saint Nicholas Without April 13th 1705/06 Elizabeth Ward, of New Market. Issue: Ann, married Joseph Wills, of the City of Dublin, gent.; Letitia, buried at Saint Nicholas Without March 3rd 1706/07; Richard, buried at Saint Nicholas Without February 15th 1707/08; William, buried at Saint Nicholas Without February 19th 1708/09; Jane, buried at Saint Nicholas Without February 27th 1708/09; Rebecca, married John Fisher; Mary, married John Ward, of Gilltown, Co. Kildare, gent., with issue a son, Richard Ward (aged about 12, 21st and 22nd March 1750, RD 144/430/98192); Elizabeth, spinster (10th and 11th July 1740, RD 98/523/69331); William, eldest son and heir apparent (11th and 12th July 1740, RD 100/50/69496), of Clonee, Esq..

3. See ‘Turpin of Greystones’, Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland, pages 713-714.

4. See‘Herbert-Stepney (formerly Rawson) of Durrow Abbey and Abingdon Park’, Burke's Landed Gentry.

5. See ‘Fitzgerald, formerly of Coolanowle’.

6. See Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland, 1912 edition.

7. See ‘Dix Hamilton (formerly Dix) formerly of Wickmere Hall’, Burke's Landed Gentry, pages 279-283.

8. See ‘Hamilton and Brandon, D.’, Burke's Peerage.

9. See ‘Carew, B.’, Burke's Peerage.

10. Hosford. John Hosford, farmer. Issue: Samuel Hosford (see below).
Samuel Hosford. Married at the Scot's Church (Presbyterian), Bandon Bridge, January 30th 1851 Ellen McCarthy (died at Dublin 1897) of Bandon, daughter of Daniel McCarthy. Issue, all baptised at the Scot's Church, Bandon:
Susanna, married Thomas Fisher; John, born 1853 and baptised July 27th of the same year; Elizabeth, born August 30th 1855, baptised September 16th of the same year and died in Dublin May 20th 1880; Catherine Anne, born at Bandon August 24th 1857, baptised September 13th of the same year and died in Dublin in 1943; Ellen Anne, a nurse, born December 20th 1860, baptised January 22nd 1861 (?) and died in Dublin June 23rd 1892; Samuel Terrence, born September 18th 1862, baptised September 28th of the same year and died at Corkagh, Co. Dublin, November 15th 1872; Joseph (see below).
Joseph Hosford. Accountant. Born Bandon Dispensary December 28th 1864 and baptised January 15th 1865. Married Georgina -. A member of the Irish Volunteer Defence Corps (a British Army unit). Killed by rebels on Easter Monday, 1916, at the junctions of Northumberland and Haddington roads, Dublin.

11. 25th in descent from King Henry II of England.

12. Death notices in The Times, Daily Telegraph and ABC, March 9th 1996.


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