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GENEALOGICAL MEMOIR OF THE COUNTESS OF CHARLEVILLE.

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LADY CHARLEVILLE is the daughter of bishop of Dublin, and Lord Chancellor of the late Colonel John Campbell, and wife Ireland, and, dying 26th April, 1633, was of Charles William, present Earl of Char- succeeded by his eldest son, leville.

THOMAS MOORE, Esq., of Croghan, M.P. The Earl of Charleville derives mater- for Phillipstown. This gentleman married nally from the extinct house of Moore, Margaret, daughter of Sir Ambrose Forth, Barons Tullamore and Earls Charleville, of Catrach, near Dublin, Judge of the Prewhich sprung from a common ancestor with rogative Court in Ireland, and was sucthe Moores, Earls and Marquesses of Drog- ceeded at his decease by his eldest son, heda. Thomas MOORE, Esq., of Benenden, JOHN MOORE, Esq., of Croghan, who had an eldest son John MOORE, Esq., who married a daughter of Sir William Sammarried Margaret, daughter and heir of bach, Attorney-General for Ireland, but by John Brent, Esq., and widow of John that lady had no surviving issue. He marDering, Esq., of Lurrenden, by whom he ried, secondly, in 1669, Ellen, second had, with other issue, Sir Edward Moore, daughter of Dudley Colley, Esq., of Castle who, settling in Ireland, was founder of the Carberry, in the county Kildare, and was house of Drogheda; and

succeeded by his elder son, Sir THOMAS MOORE, who also took up The Right Honourable John Moore, of his abode in Ireland, in the reign of Eliza- Croghan, M.P. for King's County, who was beth, and obtained by grant from the crown, elevated to the peerage of Ireland, 22nd 5th December, 1577, the castle of Castle- October 1715, as Baron Moore ofTullamore, town, with seven hundred and fifty-eight and obtained a reversionary grant of the acres of land thereunto adjoining, in the office of Master General of Ireland. His King's County, being styled in the said grant Lordship married first, in 1697, Mary, “Thomas Moore of Croghan.” He was daughter of Elorathan Lunn, Esq., and had subsequently knighted, but was eventually issueslain in his castle by the insurgent Irish, CHARLES, his successor. against whom he had served with much Jane, who was married, in 1724, to vigour. He was succeeded by his son,

Wm. Bury, Esq., of Shannon Grove, Sir John MOORE of Croghan Castle, who in the county of Limerick, and had with other extensive possessions had a grant with other issue JOHN BURY, of whom from the crown, 23rd April, 1622, of the presently. town and lands of Tullamore, in the King's Lord Tullamore married, secondly, ElizaCounty, to the extent of eleven hundred and beth, daughter and coheiress of John Sankey, forty-seven acres. He married Dorothy, Esq., of Tenelick, in the county Longford, fifth daughter of Dr. Adam Loftus, Arch- widow of Sir John King, Bart. His Lord

NO. II.-VOL. X.- FEBRUARY, 1837.

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