STACPOOLE FAMILY HISTORY

 

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The family has been in Ireland since the Twelfth Century but derives its name from the lordship of Stacpoole or Stackpole in Pembrokeshire. The Irish records from the Twelfth to the Sixteenth Centuries contain many references to Stacpooles in Cos. Cork, Dublin and Limerick. The Black Book of Limerick records that Gerald and Anastasia Stakepol were seated at Rossagh in Kenry, Co. Limerick in 1290 and were succeeded by Richard and Lucy Stakepol in 1299. Richard Stakepoll was chosen as Bishop of Limerick in 1486 but died in Rome before his consecration. The following Stacpooles were Provosts of Limerick: Maurice in 1492, Philip in 1500, Robert in 1513 and John in 1555. In addition Thomas was Bailiff of Limerick in 1559. See STACPOOLE – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition and Stacpoole – The Owners of a Name by John Stacpoole published in 1991. The relationships of the early branches of the family are far from clear and, though there is no proof, it seems possible that there were two brothers who may have been sons of the John or Thomas Stacpoole mentioned above:

 

1.       LEONARD, of whom presently.

2.       Bartholomew, Bailiff of Limerick in 1596, who had issue:

a.      James, Sheriff of Limerick in 1626 (when he was reported as going publicly to mass), m. Christian, dau of Nicholas Comyn and had issue:

1.       Bartholomew, of Stackpole Court (Enagh), near Kilkishen, Co. Clare, Recorder of Limerick at the time of Ireton’s siege, signed capitulation of the City in 1651, transplanted from Co. Limerick to Co. Clare but was named as an ‘innocent papist’ in Act of Sett and granted a capital seat of £2,000 per year, admitted to the Middle Temple on 12 May 1638, b. 1619, m. 1stly Mary, dau of Dr. Thomas Arthur and had issue:

a.       James, admitted to the Middle Temple on 25 Oct 1662, b. 1643, d.s.p. 1692.

b.      Arthur, who d.s.p.

a.       Christian, b. 1645, m. Edmund Walsh of Corrubane and Carrigtogher, Co. Tipperary.

b.      Dymphna, b. 1647, m. Colonel Edmond Sexton Pery, who subsequently inherited Stackpole Court and d. 1721 having had issue. See EARL of LIMERICK – Burke’s Peerage.

He m. 2ndly Lucy, dau of Sharp Worth of Ballison, Co. Clare and had further issue:

c.       Lucy.

2.       John, of Clonbrick and Killeen, b. 1625.

3.       Thomas, who was transplanted to Co. Clare with his two brothers.

b.      John.

c.      Nicholas, merchant, of Limerick and ancestor of the Stacpooles of Mountcashel (see below), m. Phillis Fox and d. 1622 (Prerogative Court of Ireland will proved 5 Jan 1622/23) having had issue:

1.       Nicholas.

2.       John.

3.     James, of Ballymulcashel (otherwise Mountcashel), Co. Clare, which was left to him by Bartholomew Stacpoole of Stackpole Court in 1678, b. 1622, m. Christian, dau of Denis MacMahon of Clenagh and had issue:

a.          Philip, Alderman and Sheriff of Limerick in 1688, b. circa 1646, m. Jane dau of Colonel John Creagh of Ballyvolane, Co. Clare. See BRASIER-CREAGH – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition and monumental inscription in St. Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick. He d. 4 Dec 1715 (Prerogative Court of Ireland will dated 2 Dec 1715 and proved 14 Apr 1716), aged 69, and she d. 3 May 1717, aged 59, having had issue:

                                   1.       James, of Ballymulcashel, m. Barbara, third dau of George Stacpoole, merchant, of Ennis (see below) and his wife Bridge (née Woulfe). He d. 1736 having had issue:

a.        Philip, m. Mary, dau of Charles D’Arcy of Rockvale and d.s.p. 15 Apr 1798.

b.        George, merchant, of Antigua, m. 14 Sep 1745 at St. John’s, Antigua, Hester Moore and d. Nov 1775 in Dublin (Prerogative Court of Ireland will dated 21 Nov 1775 and proved 26 Dec 1775) having had issue:

1.          George.

2.          Philip.

1.          Elizabeth.

2.          Hester.

c.        Francis.

d.        John, of Carrulagare, Co. Clare, d. unmarried 1810.

e.       James FitzJames, m. Catherine, dau of John Creagh of Killowen, Co. Cork and his wife Eleanor, dau of Colonel John Barret and d.s.p.

a.        Barbara, m. John Stacpoole of Cloghanatiny and had issue (see below).

b.        Harriet, m. Joseph Sexton, merchant, of Limerick.

c.         Lucy, m. John Stritch.

1.       Anne, m. John Roche, who d. 18 Jan 1760, aged 71, having had issue.

1.       Anne.

 

LEONARD STACPOOLE, Bailiff of Limerick in 1589, living in 1641, who probably had issue:

 

ROBERT STACPOOLE, living in Co. Limerick in 1647 according to Arthur MSS, who had issue:

 

CLEMENT STACPOOLE, who was transplanted from Co. Limerick to Co. Clare in 1653, b. 1627, m. 1652, ELIZABETH, dau of MAHON MacMAHON of Dune, Co. Kerry and had issue:

 

1.       George, merchant, of Mill Street, Ennis, Co. Clare, m. Bridget Woulfe, d. circa 1725 and was buried in Ennis Abbey having had issue:

a.      John, J.P., of Cragbrien Castle, Co. Clare, b. circa 1674, admitted to the Middle Temple on 16 Apr 1703, m. Barbara, fourth dau of Simon Purdon, M.P., of Tinerana, Co. Clare. See PURDON – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. She d.s.p. 1763 and he d. 18 Apr 1771, aged 97, and was succeeded by his nephew George Stacpoole (see below).

b.      Francis, merchant, of Cork, m. 1725, Catherine, dau of Joseph Ronayne of Cork (see below) and his wife Katherine, younger dau of Thomas Coppinger of France, where he had retired after being outlawed from Ballyvolane, Co. Cork. See COPPINGER – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. He d. 1741 having had issue:

                     1.       Francis, b. 1733, d. circa 1742.

2.       George, Count Stacpoole, of Violet Hill, Co. Dublin, Cragbrien Castle, Co. Clare, Grosvenor Place, London and later of Château Montigny Lencoup and the Hôtel Stacpoole, Paris, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1763, ennobled with the title of Count on establishment of a majorat by King Louis XVIII Letters Patent dated 21 Jul 1818, b. 26 Aug 1736, educ Christ Church, Oxford, admitted to the Middle Temple on 20 Dec 1754, had natural issue by Catherine, dau of Captain Gingell, R.N.: Richard Fitzgeorge, 1st Duc de Stacpoole, a Papal title. She d. 28 Oct 1809, aged 37, at Sidmouth and he d. 25 Mar 1824. See DE STACPOOLE – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition and monumental inscription in Sidmouth Parish Church.

1.       Frances, d. unmarried 20 May 1790.

c.      Bartholomew, killed in a duel in Co. Kerry, unmarried.

a.      Elizabeth, m. William Hogan and had issue.

b.      Catherine, m. 1stly Dominick Dillon, brewer, of Dublin and had issue. She m. 2ndly Standish Lee of Dublin.

c.      Barbara, m. James Stacpoole of Ballymulcashel (see above), who d. 1736 having had issue:

d.      Christian, m. William Nash and had issue:

1.       Mary, m. John Arthur of Ennis.

e.      Mary, d. unmarried.

2.       WILLIAM, of whom presently.

3.       John, d. unmarried at sea.

 

WILLIAM STACPOOLE of Annagh, Co. Clare, m. ELINOR, dau of Major JAMES FOSTER of Rathorpe, Hollywood and Clooneen, Co. Galway and his wife ELINOR, dau of Colonel GERALD BURKE of Tyaquin Castle. James Foster’s mother was Mary, dau of Sir James O’Donnellan, Lord Chief Justice of Connaught in 1637. He d. 1744 and she d. 1748 and was buried at Ennis having had issue:

 

1.       William, possibly an attorney-at-law in the Court of the Exchequer in 1734, d. unmarried.

2.       GEORGE JOHN BAPTISTA, of whom presently.

3.       James, of Rockhill, Co. Cork, m. Elinor, dau of Joseph Ronayne of Cork (see above) and had issue:

a.      Joseph, barrister-at-law, of London, admitted to the Middle Temple on 15 May 1767, m. Miss Evans and d.s.p.

b.      George, of Jamaica, m. Julia Hinde and d.s.p.

a.      Mary, m. Jul 1771, as his second wife, John McMahon, Patentee Comptroller of the Port of Limerick. He d. 22 Dec 1789 and she d. 22 May 1791 having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus. See McMAHON,   Baronet – Burke’s Peerage. The two sons were Sir William McMahon, Bt, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, and General Sir Thomas McMahon, Bt.

4.       John, of Cloghanatiny, Co. Clare, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1741, m. Barbara, dau of James Stacpoole of Ballymulcashel (see above) and d. 1773 having had issue:

a.      John, b. circa 1763, d. unmarried 1783.

b.      George, d. circa 1783.

c.      William, of Cloghernatiny, party to law suits involving the estate of his mother’s uncle, John Stacpoole of Cragbrien, d.s.p. 17 Jan 1844 at Kingstown.

1.       Jane, m. 1stly William Bourke of Galway. She m. 2ndly Mortagh MacMahon.

2.      Mary, m. 1728, John Brady of Raheen, a descendant of Rt Rev Hugh Brady (or O’Grady), the first Protestant Bishop of Meath, and had issue.

 

GEORGE JOHN BAPTISTA STACPOOLE of Annagh, Co. Clare, admitted to the Middle Temple on 21 Jun 1726, conformed to the established Church in 1731, m. May 1739, MARY, eldest dau of Colonel HUGH MASSY of Duntrileague, Co. Limerick and his wife ELIZABETH, dau of Rt. Hon. GEORGE EVANS of Bulgaden Hall and grand-dau of Rt. Hon. JOHN EYRE of Eyrecourt. See MASSY – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 1766 and she d. Apr 1785 having had issue:

 

1.       WILLIAM, of whom presently.

2.       John, J.P., of Lifford (Newtown Stacpoole), Fairy Hill and Berry Lodge, Co. Clare, received the freedom of Ennis with his three brothers in 1765, b. 8 Nov 1744, m. 1stly Catherine Connolly, who d. 8 Oct 1802 at Berry Lodge having had issue:

a.      John, of Tullamore, King’s Co., Captain, Royal Meath Militia, m. 1stly 30 Nov 1800, Dorothea, second dau of Richard Griffin of Ennis. She d. 3 Apr 1802 having had issue:

         1.       Lillian.

He m. 2ndly 1810, Elizabeth, dau of Nicholas Crawford of King’s Co. and d. 1832.

b.      Massy, of Mountfergus, m. 7 Feb 1805 at Killaloe, Co. Munster, his first cousin, Elizabeth Amelia, youngest dau of John Ross-Lewin of Fortfergus, Co. Clare. See ROSS-LEWIN – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. She d. 28 Jun 1819, aged 29, at Newton Stacpoole having had issue:

1.       John Massy, of Mountfergus and Berry Lodge, b. 1809, m. 1840 in Dublin, Cecilia Matilda, sister of Michael O’Ferrall, barrister-at-law, of Dublin. He d.s.p. 1873 at Sydney, Australia and she d. 23 Nov 1886.

2.       William, m. 25 Jun 1831 at Drumcliffe, Jane, dau of John O’Donnell of Ennistymon and d. Sep 1840 having had issue:

a.       Elizabeth, m. John Irwin, Chief Constable of Police.

3.       George William, of Mountfergus, d. unmarried 1837.

4.       Richard, bapt Feb 1813 at Drumcliffe, d. young.

5.       Hugh Dillon, of Gortnaclassa, bapt Jun 1814 at Drumcliffe, d. unmarried 1852.

He m. 2ndly and had further issue:

6.       Henry, ultimately of Matakana, North Auckland, New Zealand, served with the Royal Artillery in the Crimean War, b. 1826, m. 11 Jan 1847, Elizabeth, dau of John Newell of Limerick. He d. 8 May 1896 and she d. 19 Nov 1903 having had issue:

a.       John Massy, b. 14 Mar 1852 at Valletta, Malta, m. 12 Jul 1881, Emily, eldest dau of John Chadwick of Beach House, Pahi. He d. 1898 at Woodville, Hawke’s Bay and she d. 4 Mar 1959 having had issue:

1.       Percy, Lieutenant, New Zealand Militia, chartered accountant in Auckland, b. 12 May 1886, educ Napier, m. 19 Jan 1917, Olive, dau of Isaac Lansdell of Littlemount, Bracknell, Tasmania and d. 1 Aug 1955 having had issue: 1 son and 1 dau.

2.       Sydney Harold, b. 1893, educ Napier, d. unmarried 5 Apr 1972.

1.       Eve, b. 30 Sep 1884, d. unmarried 1971.

2.       May, b. 4 May 1890, d. unmarried 17 Oct 1982.

3.       Kathleen, b. 7 Jul 1892, m. 12 Sep 1933, Herbert, only son of Robert Thompson of Snaith, Yorkshire and Christchurch, New Zealand. He d.s.p. 1973 and she d. Oct 1978.

4.       Ida, of Morere, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, b. 1895, m. 1919, Leonard Wood, J.P., second son of Samuel Wood of Napier and d. 4 Jul 1953 having had issue:

       a.       Russell, Pilot Officer, R.N.Z.A.F., 44th Squadron, R.A.F., killed in action on 22 Jun 1944 and was buried in Nederweert War Cemetery, Netherlands.

b.      Samuel William, b. 1854, educ Auckland, m. 26 Aug 1881, Maria, dau of John Moore of Tara, Rylestone, New South Wales and d. 20 Aug 1934 at Sydney having had issue (with 3 daus):

1.       William Samuel, b. 1882.

2.       John Massy, b. 1883, unmarried.

3.       Henry Leo, b. 1887.

4.       Albert, b. 1889, who had issue.

5.       Hector Allen, b. 1891, who had issue (with one dau):

a.       Allan Clyde, of Sydney, Australia, m. Nathalie Smith and has issue: 2 sons.

a.       Elizabeth, b. 1848, m. Joseph Braithwaite of Westbank, Matakana and had issue.

b.      Agnes, d. young.

c.       Mary Jane, b. 27 Oct 1857, m. Francis Joseph Morath of Auckland, son of Conrad Morath of Nörkoping, Sweden and had issue.

c.      Charles, Captain, Royal Meath Militia, of Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin and Cappahard, Co. Clare, m. 1810, Susanna, dau of John Church and d. Nov 1821 having had issue:

1.       John, of Lower Mount Street, Dublin, heir to his uncle John Stacpoole, b. 1814, d. unmarried Jan 1839 and was buried at St. Paul’s, San Fernando, Trinidad.

2.       Very Rev William Church, D.D., Dean of Kingstown, bapt 12 May 1812 at St. Helen’s,   Ipswich, m. 10 Jul 1845 at Tallaght, Dublin, Charlotte Augusta, dau of Major Charles Mountjoy of Dublin. He d. 24 Dec 1870 at Kingstown School and she d. 16 Nov 1900, aged 81, at 14 Westbourne Terrace, the residence of her son-in-law, having had issue:

a.       William Henry, LL.D., author of Victorian England, b. circa 1848, educ Trinity College, Dublin, d. unmarried, aged 66, and was buried at St. Mary the Virgin, Stebbing on 14 Apr 1914.

b.      Massy, Lieutenant, 78th Highlanders, educ Trinity College, Dublin, admitted to the Middle Temple on 20 Oct 1879, d. unmarried 1923.

c.       Charles, LL.D., b. circa 1853, educ Trinity College, Dublin, d. unmarried 1902, aged 49.

d.      Harry de Vere, F.R.G.S., M.D., J.P. (obituary), of Cliff Dene, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, author of over 60 works of which the best known is The Blue Lagoon, b. 9 Apr 1863 at Kingstown, educ Malvern, St. George’s Hospital, St. Thomas’s Hospital, m. 1stly Margaret Robson, author of Practical Hints for V.A.D. Nurses, elder dau of William Robson of Tynemouth. See Who’s Who and the Dictionary of National Biography. She d.s.p. 8 Jan 1934 and he m. 2ndly 21 Mar 1938 at Newport, Isle of Wight, Florence Robson, his first wife’s younger sister. He d.s.p. 12 Apr 1951 and she d. 4 Jul 1961.

a.       Florence, a well-known author, of The Old Hall, Gosport, Hampshire, b. 1850, d. unmarried 2 Dec 1942. See Who’s Who.

b.      Charlotte Isabel, m. 1887, John Berry Haycraft, D.Sc., F.R.S.E., Emeritus Professor of Physiology, University College, South Wales. See Who’s Who. He d. 30 Dec 1922 having had issue.

c.       Mina, of The Old Hall, Gosport, b. 1860, m. 1890, Henry Bremridge Briggs and d. 28 Oct 1942 having had issue.

d.      Lily, b. 1862.

3.       Charles, bapt 9 Jan 1821 at Drumcliffe, d. young.

1.       Maria, d. unmarried.

2.       Susanna, m. 1852, John Shaw of Vavasour Square, Dublin.

3.       Margaret Georgiana (twin), bapt 7 Aug 1819 at Drumcliffe, m. 6 May 1846 at Monkstown, Co. Dublin, James Maxwell.

4.       Elizabeth (twin), bapt 7 Aug 1819 at Drumcliffe, m. 22 Dec 1844 at St. Andrew’s, Dublin, Edward Alexander McEntee.

d.      Francis, Lieutenant, 69th Foot, d. unmarried May 1796 of yellow fever in Jamaica.

e.      Edmond, Captain, 18th Foot (Royal Irish Regiment), of Prospect Lodge, Kilrush, Co. Clare and later of Gosport, Hampshire, Ensign on 6 Apr 1806, promoted Captain on 6 Jan 1808, on half pay from 2 Mar 1820, ‘most anxious to serve again’ (1829 Statement of Services for Retired Officers), m. 9 Sep 1813 at Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, Emma, dau of Captain Edward Willis Ward, R.N., and had issue:

1.       William John, b. 2 Apr 1820.

2.       Robert Ward, solicitor, of Pinner’s Hall, Old Broad Street, London and Clare Lodge, Woodford, Essex, b. 21 Sep 1823, m. 1stly 29 Dec 1852 at St. Thomas, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Henrietta Meynell, dau of Captain Reuben Paine, R.N. She was buried in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington, aged 31, on 4 Aug 1860 having had issue:

a.       Robert Ward, d. an infant.

b.      Joseph Edmond, solicitor, of Woodford, Essex and later of 31 West Hill, St. Leonard’s-on-Sea, b. 1855 in Islington, m. Nora Annie Johnston. He d. 21 Apr 1923 and she d. 20 Jun 1941 at Balmoral Villa, Tunbridge Wells.

c.       William, solicitor, of London, b. 1857, living in 1901.

a.       Henrietta, b. 1858, d. 23 May 1877 at Clare Lodge and was buried in Abney Park Cemetery on 29 May 1877.

b.      Mary Emma Sainthill, b. 1860, m. 10 Jun 1890 at St. Paul’s, Woodford Bridge, Francis George Lane.

He m. 2ndly Helen Elizabeth, dau of J.M. Pinwill, solicitor, of Tottenham. He d. 19 Nov 1885, aged 62, at Clare Lodge and she d. 2 Oct 1897, aged 66, at Broomhills, Woodford Green and they were both buried in Abney Park Cemetery.

3.       Valens Richard Comyn, Captain, Merchant Navy, of 1 Claremont Road, Forest Gate, Essex, b. circa 1828, m. 15 Dec 1862 at Westbourne, Sussex, Mary, dau of Captain Samuel Grandy, R.N. He d.s.p. 24 May 1880 when the Shannon was lost at sea and she d. 18 Oct 1880 in Paris.

4.       Edmond, Captain, Merchant Navy, of Elm Grove, Southsea and Clare Lodge, 103 Albert Road, Dalston, Middlesex, b. 1831, m. 1stly 1861, Elizabeth, dau of Robert Beech Hudson. She d. 8 Jun 1870, aged 38, at Montague Villas, Cricketfield Road, Lower Clapton having had issue:

a.       Edmond Burton Ward, bank manager, of Dalston, Middlesex and later of 36 Torquay Drive, Leigh-on-Sea, b. 4 Sep 1866 at Clare Lodge, m. 1899, Gertrude Ann, dau of William Painter of Camborne, Cornwall. He d. 27 Feb 1924 and she d. 24 Feb 1958 having had issue:

1.       Edmond Painter, C.B.E. (obituary), Press Association correspondent, House of Commons 1944-69, of 7 Audley, All Saints’ Road, Sidmouth, Devon, b. 3 Mar 1902, m. Enid Elizabeth Hanson. He d.s.p. 23 Aug 1980 at Sidmouth and she d. 28 Aug 1994.

2.       Arthur Ward, journalist and civil servant, of Leigh-on-Sea, m. 1950, Kathleen Marie, dau of Henry Smith and d. 6 Feb 1990 having had issue: 1 son and 1 dau.

1.       Doris Gertrude, b. 1904, d. an infant.

a.       Lelia Mary, b. 8 Jun 1870 at Montague Villas, Cricketfield Road, Lower Clapton, m. 1889, Lewis George Poole, plumber, of Great Staughton, Hertfordshire.

He m. 2ndly 1872, Mary Sarah, dau of Henry Nelson Bache. He d. 14 Apr 1878 at Camberwell House, Camberwell and she was buried in Abney Park Cemetery on 5 Aug 1914 having had further issue:

b.      Robert William Valens, b. 1873, buried in Abney Park Cemetery on 4 Apr 1874.

b.      Mary Elizabeth, b. 1875, m. 1897, Henry Thomas Reading.

c.       Elizabeth Emma, b. 1876, m. Alan Vokes.

1.       Emma, b. 16 Jun 1814, d. unmarried 23 Feb 1869 at Southsea, Hampshire.

2.       Mary Ann Sainthill, b. 21 Apr 1826, d. unmarried 1854.

f.       Richard, Lieutenant, 54th Foot, of Cahercalla House and Millview House, Ennis, Co. Clare, m. 13 Apr 1817 at Drumcliffe, Co. Clare, Agnes, dau of Anthony FitzPatrick of Galway. He volunteered from an Irish Militia Regiment, was appointed Ensign on 21 May 1812, Lieutenant on 15 Dec 1813, was in Captain Toppenden’s Company in the reserve at Hal during the Waterloo campaign (medal), retired on half pay on 24 Mar 1817, ‘was and am desirous to serve in His Majesty’s Army, as always wishing to make the Army my profession and now most particularly for my children’s sake as wishing to place them under His Majesty’s protection’ (1829 Statement of Services for Retired Officers), d. Jun 1847, aged 63, and was buried at Drumcliffe and she d. Feb 1848 having had issue (with 4 daus):

1.       John, b. 15 Feb 1818, d. 26 Jan 1842.

2.       Francis John, b. 21 Aug 1819.

3.       Richard John, 21st Foot (Royal Scots Fusiliers), b. 3 May 1823, serving in Barbados in 1844.

1.       Agnes, b. 28 May 1821.

2.       Marian Patricia Josephina, b. 19 Mar 1825.

3.       Catharine, b. 13 May 1827.

g.      Philip, 49th Foot, of Cassino Lodge, Annagh, appointed Ensign on 22 Jul 1813, on half-pay from 13 Jun 1816, m. Mar 1816, Ellen, dau of Francis Johnstone, J.P., of Cooldaniel, Macroom, d. before 1828 and was buried at Kildeema having had issue: 2 daus.

h.      William.

i.       Michael.

He m. 2ndly Feb 1806 at Annagh, Maria, dau of William McDonough of Galway. He d. Mar 1822 and she d. 1 March 1829 in Market Street, Limerick.

3.       GEORGE HOGAN, barrister-at-law, of Cragbrien, admitted to the Middle Temple on 27 Aug 1766, b. 12 Jan 1745/46, m. 1767, JANE, dau of ANDREW LYSAGHT of Kilcorney, Co. Clare and his wife MARY FINUCANE, sister of The Hon. Matthias Finucane, one of the Judges of the Common Pleas in Ireland. He d. 1812 in Cheltenham and she d. Nov 1819 in George Street, Dublin and was buried in the crypt of St. Mary’s Cathedral having had issue:

a.      George, Captain, 55th Foot, b. 1773, promoted Lieutenant on 31 Oct 1792, m. 1802, Clare, dau of Hyacinth Skerrett of Finavara, Co. Galway. See SKERRETT – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. He d.s.p. Jan 1816 in Mount Street, Dublin.

b.      ANDREW, of Ballyalla, Ennis, Co. Clare, b. 7 Nov 1776, educ Ennis College, m. 1stly 1803, BRIDGET, dau of LAWRENCE COMYN of Ennis and Cahercalla, Co. Clare and his wife JANE, dau of WILLIAM FITZGERALD of Lahardin, Co. Clare and Moyvane, Co. Kerry and had issue:

1.       Thomas, Lieutenant, 40th Madras Native Infantry, b. 19 Jan 1804 at Kilmanaheen, Co. Clare, served at Coorg 1834, d. unmarried 11 Jul 1834 at Ootacamund.

2.       George, b. 1805, d. 1812.

1.       JANE, m. 13 May 1825, RICHARD JOHN DELAZOUCHE STACPOOLE, D.L., J.P., of Edenvale, Co. Clare (see below). He d. 9 Oct 1866 and she d. 12 Oct 1886.

He m. 2ndly 1824, Georgina Maria, only dau of William Stacpoole of Edenvale (see below). She d. 1826 and he m. 3rdly 30 Jan 1827 at Drumcliffe, Co. Clare, Diana, second dau of Daniel Finucane of Stamer Park, Co. Clare and his wife Catherine, dau of William Daxon. He d. 4 Apr 1844 at Drumcliffe and she d. 1849 having had issue:

3.       William, J.P., M.P. for Ennis 1860-79, Captain, Clare Militia 1855-65, of Ballyalla (obituary), b. 9 Oct 1830 at Stamer Park, Ennis, educ Trinity College, Dublin, m. Mary Anne Catherine Winifred, eldest dau of Charles Hennessy of Leamington, Warwickshire. See Modern English Biography by Frederic Boase. He d. 10 July 1879 at Cupola House, 26 Carlyle Square, London and she d. 7 Jan 1898 having had issue:

a.       Guildford William Jack, of Ardavilling, Cloyne, Co. Cork, b. 1868, m. Henrietta Jane, widow of Ralph Hugh Westropp, F.R.S.A.I., of Springfort, Co. Limerick and dau of Henry Vereker, nephew of 2nd Viscount Gort. See VISCOUNT GORT – Burke’s Peerage. She d. 11 Feb 1941 and he d. 3 Mar 1945.

4.       Andrew, Captain, 73rd Foot, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1859, d. unmarried 29 Jun 1862, aged 30, at Ennis.

2.       Kate, m. Colonel Augustine Butler of Ballyline, Co. Clare and d. 1861 having had issue: 2 daus.

3.       Diana, m. Charles M. Parkinson of Westbourne, Co. Clare and d. 1862 having had issue.

c.      Matthias, of Moymore, b. 20 May 1780, m. 1stly Sep 1815 at Kilfenora, Ellen, dau of Thomas Pilkington of Cragleigh, Co. Clare. He m. 2ndly Louisa, dau of Captain John Macnamara, R.M. He d. 1835 (and she m. 2ndly 10 Feb 1841 at her house in Jail Street, Limerick, John Macnamara of Moher) and she d. Nov 1882 having had issue (with 4 sons, who all d. young):

1.       Sarah Jane.

2.       Mary Louise, m. 1stly Dr. James Richard Dunne. She m. 2ndly 2 Jul 1866, William Ryding and had issue.

d.      Hugh, Lieutenant Colonel, 45th Foot, b. 1783, promoted Major on 18 Jul 1811, m. 26 Mar 1829 at Cheltenham, Jane, dau of John Wasey of Prior’s Court, Chieveley, Berkshire. He d.s.p. 18 Jan 1840, aged 56, at Clanville Lodge, Penton Grafton, Hampshire (P.C.C. will dated 8 Jan 1838 and proved 7 Feb 1840) and she d. 25 Oct 1859 at Prior’s Court.

e.      Very Rev William Henry, D.D., Dean of Kilfenora, of Cragbrien, Co. Clare, b. 17 Jan 1787, m. 1813, Jane, dau of Robert Marshall of Sandbrook, Co. Carlow. He d. 29 Jan 1847 and she d. 8 Jun 1865 at Biarritz having had issue:

1.      George Marshall, b. 1814, educ Trinity College, Dublin, admitted to Gray’s Inn on 21 Jan    1834, d. unmarried 29 Dec 1837 after a fall from a horse while hunting at Hurstbourne Tarrant, near Andover, Hampshire.

2.       Robert, b. 1817, d. 1818.

1.       Frances, d. unmarried 1837.

2.       Jane, m. 1844, Charles Mahon of Corbally, Co. Clare, eldest son of Thomas Mahon of Ennis, Co. Clare. See MAHON – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. She d. 3 Jan 1879 having had issue.

3.       Wilhelmina, of Cragbrien, d. unmarried 5 Feb 1894 at Nice, France.

4.       Charlotte, of Cragbrien, d. unmarried 3 Jul 1881 at Eastbourne, Sussex.

f.       Michael, Captain, R.N., b. 22 May 1792, appointed Lieutenant on 23 Jan 1812, m. 29 Oct 1829, Charlotte, youngest dau of Major William Casaubon Purdon, 7th Dragoon Guards, of Tinerana, Co. Clare and great niece of Henry Prettie, 1st Baron Dunalley. See PURDON – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. He d.s.p. 1846 and she m. 2ndly George Harrison of The Ark, Co. Wicklow.

a.      Mary, b. 25 Feb 1769, m. 20 Aug 1791, Michael Furnell, J.P., of Ballyclough and Caherelly, Co. Limerick. See FURNELL – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. He d. 14 Jan 1816 having had issue.

b.      Eliza, b. 16 Jan 1771, m. Rev Thomas Westropp, Vicar of Kiltanlea 1822-43, who d. 23 Dec 1843 at Doonas Glebe, Co. Clare having had issue. See WESTROPP – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition.

c.      Lucinda, b. 19 Mar 1785, m. 1stly Walter, son of James Lysaght of Kilcorney. She m. 2ndly William Adams Brew of Lifford.

d.      Jane, b. 6 Apr 1791, m. Rev George William Gabb of Llanwenarth, Monmouth, son of Baker Gabb and his wife Elizabeth (née Johnson) and had issue.

4.       Massy, Lieutenant, Royal Horse Guards (Blues), b. Jan 1746/47, m. Aug 1769, Mary, only dau of Hassard Powell of Kilkenny. She d. 1780 and he d. 3 Jun 1814 at Somers Town, London having had issue:

a.      George, Captain, R.A., b. 1770, bapt 1773 at St. Thomas, Dublin, d. unmarried 1796 on a prison ship in the West Indies.

b.      William, barrister-at-law, of Instow House, Devon and Countess Wear Lodge, near Exeter, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 7 Apr 1790, promoted Captain, 99th Foot on 14 Feb 1794, m. 1793 in Scotland, Louisa, youngest dau and co-heiress of Sir Thomas Blacket-Wentworth, 3rd and last Baronet of Bretton Hall, Yorkshire. See BLACKET-WENTWORTH – Burke’s Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies. He d. 15 Apr 1817 at Countess Wear Lodge (and she m. 2ndly 19 Mar 1822 at St. George’s, Hanover Square, John Clifford of Leamington) having had issue:

1.       George Bosville Wentworth, 9th Light Dragoons, of Laugharne, Carmarthenshire and later of the parish of St. Sidwell, Exeter, b. 1794, appointed Cornet on 3 Jun 1814, m. 1stly 16 Apr 1818 at East Teignmouth, Devon, Emma Maria, dau of Joshua Williams of Perridge House, Devon. She d. 6 Sep 1825, aged 27, at Portsmouth having had issue:

a.       George Charles, M.D., of Hastings, Sussex and Waimate South, Canterbury, New  Zealand, b. 1819, educ Edinburgh University, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, m. in St. Vincent, West Indies, Ellen Warner Carmichael, dau of Captain Carmichael, Duke of York’s Regiment, and d. 4 Jun 1894 in Christchurch having had issue (with 2 younger daus):

1.       Richard Carmichael, b. 21 Dec 1848, educ Winchester, founder Winchester College Boat Club, joined the Cape Mounted Police and d. 21 May 1877 at San Antonio, Texas.

2.       Arthur Pemberton, an Admiralty clerk, b. 1850, educ Epsom College, m. 27 Aug 1872 at St. Luke’s, Chelsea, Leila Avison Catharine, dau of Henry Reginald Courtenay and d. 8 Jun 1877 in Philadelphia, USA.

3.       Charles Aickin, M.D., Superintendent, Cromwell and Hokitika Hospitals, New Zealand, b. circa 1853, educ Edinburgh University, m. 1stly 1 Sep 1880 at Cromwell, Otago, New Zealand, Joanna McBean and had issue:

a.       Arthur George, b. and d. 1883.

a.       Edith, d. unmarried in London.

He m. 2ndly Mary, dau of Charles Mountney of Tapanui and had further issue:

b.      Richard Wentworth, of 11 Caroline Courts, Stafford Street, Timaru, New Zealand, b. 1887, m. Mary Hawson and d.s.p. 1963.

4.       Henry Bold, b. circa 1857, d. unmarried in Nov 1898 when he shot himself at Mildura, Victoria, Australia.

5.       Michael, b. circa 1857, d. 1884, aged 27, in Wales.

1.       Edith Ellen, of 15 Redcliffe Square, London, d. unmarried 11 Apr 1922.

2.       Mary Constance, of 15 Redcliffe Square, London, b. 7 Aug 1856 at 92 Ebury Street, London, exhibited at the Royal Academy 1890-94, d. unmarried 17 Mar 1924.

3.       Alice Dora, of 11 Warwick Mansions, Cromwell Crescent, Earl’s Court, d. unmarried 4 Jun 1950.

b.      Francis Alexander, of Billericay, Essex and Hillfoot House, Harrow-on-the-Hill, b. 1824, educ Worcester College, Oxford, m. 1stly 23 Oct 1850 at Heanton Punchardon, Devon, Cecilia, eldest dau of John Davis of Heanton Punchardon. She d. 4 Feb 1855, aged 28, having had issue:

1.       George Williams, d. 10 Oct 1863, aged 11, at St. John’s Cottage, Exeter.

1.       Mary Louise, b. 12 Aug 1854.

He m. 2ndly 5 May 1876 at Hendon Register Office, Mary Jane, dau of James Burnett, bootmaker, of Exeter and emigrated to Canada in 1883. He was postmaster of Cypress River, Manitoba from 1 Aug 1883 to 19 Jun 1885. She d. 25 Nov 1898, he d. 2 Jan 1901 at 56 Adelaide Street, Winnipeg and they were both buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Winnipeg having had further issue:

2.       Charles Burnett, B.A., solicitor, of Aston House, Richmond Park, Bournemouth, b. 1859 at Exeter, educ Harrow, London University, m. 1896, Kate Mary White of Axminster, Devon. He d. 27 Dec 1933 at Shaftesbury and she d. 22 May 1948 having had issue:

a.       George Wentworth, solicitor, of Battle, Sussex, b. 16 Jun 1901 at Aston House, m. 1stly 1925, Mina Gascoigne, dau of Charles Gascoigne Furrell of Hastings and Sydney, Australia and had issue: 2 sons. He m. 2ndly Mary Elaine, dau of Cecil Petrides of Staplecross, Sussex. He d. 31 Jul 1983 at St. Leonard’s-on-Sea and she d. 3 Apr 1988 having had further issue: 1 son.

b.      Frank Douglas, of Old Farthing, St. James’s Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset, b. 3 Dec 1903 at Aston House, m. Esme, dau of Rev Beaumont Johnson of Durham and d. 30 Nov 1980 having had issue: 1 son and 2 daus.

c.       Richard Henry, Lieutenant Colonel, Palestine Police, b. 1906, m. Matilda Lehar of Palestine and d. 1972 at Durban, South Africa having had issue: 1 son and 2 daus.

3.       Frank James, K.C. (1911), Registrar-General of Titles in the Victoria Land Registry from 1924, of Dawson City, Yukon, Alaska and Victoria, British Columbia, b. 31 Mar 1860 at Heavitree, Exeter, educ Harrow, m. Charlotte, dau of George Simpson, farmer, of Lee Wick Farm, St. Osyth, Essex and his wife Anne Catherine Rose, dau of Thomas John Manning and his wife (née Nassau) and had issue: 2 sons and 3 daus.

4.       Richard Alexander, appointed to the Bench of the County Court, Eastern Judicial District of Manitoba in 1924, b. 17 Jan 1868, educ Merchant Taylors’, m. 11 Jul 1910, Phyllis Gwendolyn Forder. She d. 29 Dec 1918, aged 28, of influenza and he d. 1948 in Winnipeg having had issue: 1 son and 1 dau.

5.       Harry Blackett, M.D., b. 21 Dec 1871 at Brentwood, Essex, d. 1942 in Alberta.

2.       Mary Ellen, b. 1862, m. 21 Nov 1881 in Harrow, William Henry, fourth son of Edward J. Southwell of Kidbrooke Park, Blackheath and d. 12 Jan 1882 at Hill Fort House.

3.       Lucy Jane, b. 1865, m. William Rowe Lewis.

4.      Emma Maria, b. 1866, m. 1886, David Wynyard Bellhouse, architect, of Winnipeg, son of Richard Taylor Bellhouse and his wife Ida (née Wynyard) and d. 1936 having had issue: 2 sons.

5.       Frances Everilda, b. 12 Apr 1869, m. Lennox Barker, d. 15 Nov 1898 and was buried in St. James’s Cemetery, Winnipeg.

6.       Elizabeth Grace, b. 1870, m. 23 Jan 1889 at Cypress River, John Rawson Lumby, b. 17 Jan 1865 in Cambridge, son of Joseph Rawson Lumby and his wife Susanna Mary (née Parsons). She d. 4 Jul 1937, he d. 6 Jul 1941 and they were both buried at Mountain View Cemetery, Fort William, Ontario having had issue: 3 sons and 1 dau.

7.       Cecilia Rose, b. 18 Apr 1873, m. 13 Apr 1895 at Grand Forks, United States, Edward Henry Astley of The Poplars, Cypress River, son of Edward Astley, 9th Lancers, of Ealing and d. 1961 at Vancouver.

a.       Emma, m. William Barroll of Bedford and had issue.

He m. 2ndly Mary, widow of William Skyrme. She d. 3 Mar 1856 at Laugharne and he d. 1 Oct 1863 in Exeter.

2.       William Wentworth, Second Mate of the merchant brig City of Sheraz, b. circa 1799, matriculated Worcester College, Oxford, aged 18, on 17 Jul 1817, educ Blundell’s, m. 15 Feb 1821 at Cheltenham, Lucy Harris, youngest dau of James Lloyd of The Moor, Herefordshire. She d.s.p. 21 Jun 1827, aged 26, at her mother’s house at Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire and was buried at St. John the Baptist, Chipping Sodbury on 27 Jun 1827 and he d. Jul 1843 in Liverpool.

1.       Louisa Wentworth, m. 25 Mar 1831 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, Captain James David Agassiz, R.N., son of Captain James John Charles Agassiz, R.N.

c.      Hassard, Captain, R.N., commanded the frigate Statira and, in a famous incident, challenged Captain Stephen Decatur, U.S. Navy, to come out of port and fight, bapt 20 Jul 1769 at Duntrileague, Limerick, joined the Royal Navy in H.M.S. Termagent on 14 May 1783, m. Isabella Anne, dau of John Leeke of Grosvenor Place and was killed in a duel with Lieutenant Cecil of H.M.S. Argo at Port Royal, Jamaica on 28 Apr 1814 (and she m. 2ndly 1826 in Paris, Henry Edward Clarke O’Connor) having had issue:

1.       Hassard Leeke, d. 22 Apr 1836, aged 28.

1.       Isabella Anne, bapt 12 Apr 1805 at Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, m. 30 Sep 1826 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, Henry Edward Clarke O’Connor.

2.       Jemima Isabella, m. 26 Sep 1833 at St. Pancras Old Church, Hugh Macklewraith Drummond and d. 1851.

d.      Joseph, bapt 2 Jun 1779 at St. Thomas, Dublin.

e.      John Massy, Lieutenant Colonel, 45th Foot and Inniskilling Dragoons, of Bewdley, Worcestershire, promoted Major on 4 Jun 1811, m. 1stly 1803 at Doncaster, Catherine Carver and had issue:

1.       Rev Andrew Douglas, M.A., J.P. (1852) of Latchmoor, Gerrards Cross, Vicar of Writtle, Essex 1851-84, Fellow of New College, Oxford, b. circa 1807, educ Winchester, New College, Oxford, m. 6 Sep 1856 at Wiggenhall St. Mary, Norfolk, Julia Honora, widow of Thomas Mashiter Rowlatt and dau of William Dryden of Hull. He d. 15 Mar 1884 at Latchmoor, Buckinghamshire and she d. 12 Oct 1889, aged 79, at Gold Hill Cottage, Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire and they were both buried at Writtle having had issue: 1 dau, who d. young.

He also had natural issue by Hannah Love:

       1.       Emma Massy, b. 14 Jun 1809, bapt 13 Jun 1813 at St. Mary, Lambeth.

He m. 2ndly 1822, Amelia, second dau of John Reilly, M.P., of Scarvagh House, Scarvagh, Co. Down. See REILLY – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. He d. Jun 1826 and was buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Madras and she d. Apr 1865 at Brooklands House, Newtownards having had further issue:

2.       John Amelius Massy Edmond, Lieutenant, Royal North Down Rifles in 1855, d. unmarried.

1.       Elizabeth, m. 1766, her cousin, Sir Hugh Dillon Massy, 1st Bt, M.P., of Doonass. She d. 24 Dec 1769 and he d. 29 Apr 1807 having had issue: 2 sons.

2.     Elinor, m. John Ross-Lewin of Fortfergus, Co. Clare, eldest son of Harrison Ross-Lewin of Fortfergus. See ROSS-LEWIN – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. He d. 1792 having had issue.

3.       Mary, m. Charles MacMahon of Leadmore, Co. Clare and had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.

4.       Jane, d. unmarried 1826.

5.       Lucinda, d. unmarried 1799 (Prerogative Court of Ireland will dated 27 Dec 1797 and proved 2 Mar 1799) at the Hot Wells, Bristol.

 

WILLIAM STACPOOLE, B.A., of Annagh and Edenvale, Co. Clare, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1784, b. 2 Aug 1743 at Annagh, educ Trinity College, Dublin, admitted to the Middle Temple on 27 Aug 1766, m. 1stly 6 May 1773, Dorothea Alice, dau and co-heiress of Major Thomas Burton, 5th Dragoon Guards, of Buncraggy, Co. Clare and his wife Dorothy, dau of Rt. Hon. John Foster, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland. See MAINWARING-BURTON – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. She d. 29 Sep 1775 and was buried in Bath Abbey having had issue:

 

1.       George William, LL.D., admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 10 May 1792, b. 12 Mar 1774, educ Ennis College, Eton, Trinity College, Dublin, d. unmarried 1822.

1.       Dorothea Mary, b. 27 Apr 1775 in Bath, d. 1778.

 

He m. 2ndly 1788, HONORA, widow of Temple French and dau of WILLIAM STAMER of Carnelly, Co. Clare. See STAMER, Baronet – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 30 Aug 1796 and she d. 1820 having had further issue:

 

2.       RICHARD JOHN DELAZOUCHE, of whom presently.

2.       Georgina Maria, b. 19 Jan 1791, m. Andrew Stacpoole of Ballyalla (see above) and d.s.p. 1825.

 

He also had natural children by Bridget Lynch, who d. 3 Oct 1791, aged 40, and was buried at Killone Abbey:

 

3.       Joseph, b. 2 May 1769.

4.       James, of Tullaher, Co. Clare, b. 15 Mar 1773, m. 1795, Catherine Massy and had issue (with 5 daus):

a.      Joseph, b. 1799, an alternative executor with his father to the will of George William Stacpoole of Edenvale.

b.      Henry, b. 1802, d. unmarried.

c.      Stephen, of Rockfort House, Shinrone, King’s Co., b. 9 May 1808, m. 1850 at Kilkee, Lucy Emily, dau of Charles Henry Minchin of Rutland, Birr. See MINCHIN – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. They had issue (with 3 other daus):

1.       William Minchin, b. 1851, d. young.

2.       Charles Humphrey, of Rockfort and later of Mayfield, Mount Eden Road, Donnybrook, Co. Dublin, b. circa 1854, m. Emilie, dau of Hugh Vaughan of Dublin. He d. 10 May 1929, aged 75, at Mayfield and she d. 11 Apr 1955 having had issue:

a.       Humphrey Herbert, Lieutenant Colonel, West Yorkshire Regiment, of The Grange, Leigh, Sherborne, Dorset, b. 24 Apr 1900, m. Catherine, dau of Judge McGonigal, K.C., of Co. Tyrone and d. 5 Nov 1971 having had issue: 2 sons and 1 dau.

b.      Walter Westropp, bank manager, of Broadlawn, Love Lane, Tramore, b. 1901, m. Mary Eileen, dau of Dr. Matthew Coghlan of Waterford and d.s.p.

3.       George William, b. 1856, d. young.

4.       Stephen Westropp, C.E., Vice-Consul at Orizaba, Mexico, b. 1859, d. unmarried 9 Apr 1929 at Gibraltar.

5.       Henry Francis, mining engineer in South Africa, China and the Malay States and settled in Melbourne, b. 1861, m. Lily Annette Lucas and had issue:

a.       Phrynette, b. 1916.

6.       Adam Richard, mining engineer in South Africa, later owned a hotel in London after the First World War, bapt 3 Aug 1866 at Shinrone, King’s Co., d. unmarried 26 Feb 1954.

7.       Frederick William, of Mexico, b. 1869, who had issue:

a.          Herbert, M.D., of Tlacopac, San Angel, b. 1900, who had issue: 3 sons and 2 daus.

                     1.       Elizabeth Matilda (Bessie), m. 15 Jan 1900 at St. Matthew’s, Bayswater, Rev John Gilbert Surman, M.A., Rector of Healing, Lincolnshire.

d.      Edward, excise officer, b. 13 Aug 1810, m. 1845 at West Bromwich, Sarah Goode. She d. on the Cromwell during the voyage to Australia in May 1849 and he drowned in 1855 at Jennings Flat, near Heathcote having had issue:

1.       John Goode, manager of the Morning Star Mine, Woods Point, b. 1846, m. 1882, Annie Hine and d. 1919 at Geelong having had issue (with 5 daus who survived infancy):

a.       John Hine, b. 1884, m. Margaret Yeomans Hall and d. 1965 having had issue:

1.       John Maxwell, b. 1923, who has issue.

b.      George William, b. 1886, d.s.p. 1963.

c.       Arthur Valance, b. 1887, m. Grace Hall and d. 1967 having had issue (with 3 daus):

1.       Gerald, b. 1913, d. 1967.

2.       Francis, b. 1920, who has issue.

d.      Edward Arnold, b. 1889, d. unmarried 1943.

e.       Francis Adam, b. 1891, m. Maude Kyle and d. 1973 having had issue: 3 sons and 1 dau.

f.       Stanley Philip, b. 1892, m. Eleanor Rebecca Eliza Arbon and d. 1952 having had issue: 2 daus.

g.      Henry James, b. 1899, m. Edith Hambrook and d. 1974 having had issue: 1 son and 3 daus.

h.      Ernest Roberts, b. 1900, m. Olga Caplen and d. 1958 having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.

e.      George, b. 1814, d. unmarried.

f.       Adam, excise officer, initially of Wales but later emigrated to Australia and invested successfully in goldmining, b. 31 Oct 1820, m. 1stly in Australia, Mary Magdalene Gordon MacDonald and had issue (with 3 daus):

1.       Adam Richard, M.D., committed suicide in a Melbourne Club on 10 Feb 1910.

2.       Thomas John.

3.       George William.

He m. 2ndly Ellen Corry and d. 1901 at Borak House, Camberwell, Melbourne having had further issue (with 7 daus):

4.       Valens Matthew Ward.

5.       Stephen, Lieutenant, R.N., b. 24 Dec 1780.

6.       Edmond, served with his cousin Captain Hassard Stacpoole, R.N., in H.M.S. Iphigenia in 1800, Flag Lieutenant to Rear Admiral John Erskine Douglas, Commander-in-Chief, in H.M.S. Salisbury, b. 20 Mar 1782, bapt 27 Apr 1783 at Ennistymon, joined the Royal Navy on 1 Mar 1798 in H.M.S. Amelia, appointed Lieutenant on 22 Jan 1806, d. of disease in Jamaica early in 1816 (his widow Susanna Eliza m. 2ndly Captain John Heap Jefferies, R.N.) having had issue:

a.      Edmond Osmond, bapt 13 Nov 1812 at St. Andrew, Holborn.

b.      Frederick, A.R.A. (obituary), a distinguished engraver, of 88 Clarendon Road, Putney, 19 Eldon Road, Kensington and Vale Place, Hammersmith, b. 1813, educ Ghent, m. 1844, Susannah Atkinson. See Who’s Who and the Dictionary of National Biography. She d. 20 Jan 1859, aged 38, at 19 Eldon Road and he d. 19 Dec 1907 having had issue:

1.          Richard Cecil, b. 8 Nov 1857, d. 1876.

1.          Mary Constance Eliza, of Gestingthorpe, Maxwell Road, Richmond Park, Bournemouth, b. 24 Oct 1853 at Upton Park, Slough, m. 25 Apr 1874 at St. Mary’s, West Kensington, Philip William Gowlett Nunn, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Medical Officer of Health, Bournemouth 1874-1911, son of Philip Gowlett Nunn and his wife Mary Alice (née Rolfe). She d. 5 Nov 1898 and he d. 10 Jan 1921 having had issue: 3 sons and 7 daus.

2.          Fredericka Dora, b. 27 Dec 1854 at Upton Park, m. 5 Jun 1877 at St. Mary Abbots, Arthur Francis, younger son of Alfred Crompton Bentley.

3.          Ethel Dryden, of Clovelly, 21 Madeira Avenue, Worthing, b. 7 Aug 1856 at Upton Park, d. unmarried 6 Dec 1941.

4.          Susannah, of Clovelly, 21 Madeira Avenue, Worthing, b. 1859, d. unmarried 6 Feb 1940.

7.       Francis, Captain, Merchant Navy, a prisoner at Dieppe during the Napoleonic Wars, b. 1 Sep 1785, m. 1829, Adeleine, dau of John Bennett of New York. She d. 5 Mar 1870 and he d. 16 Sep 1874 at New York having had issue:

a.      John, b. 25 Jul 1830, d. 8 Feb 1836.

b.      George William, b. 15 Oct 1832, d. 23 Jan 1862.

c.      Richard, b. 27 Mar 1835, m. 7 Oct 1861, Laura Bishop of Center Meriches, Long Island, New York, who d. 14 Nov 1895 having had issue:

1.       Frank Bishop, b. 22 Dec 1863, d. 20 Nov 1877.

2.       Richard Augustine, barrister-at-law, b. 26 Oct 1866.

3.       Henry Josiah, b. 19 Jun 1871.

4.       Ellison St. John, b. 6 May 1878.

1.       Lizzie Ellison, b. 16 Sep 1862, m. 29 Apr 1890, William Henry Peck of New York and had issue: 1 son.

2.       Mary Lilian, b. 6 Feb 1877.

d.      Christopher, b. 7 Apr 1842, d. 6 Sep 1866.

a.      Ellen, b. 29 Mar 1837, d. 11 Apr 1847.

b.      Eliza, b. 27 Sep 1839, m. Robert H. Kimber and had issue.

c.      Annie, b. 24 Oct 1844, m. William Colman, who d.s.p. 10 Oct 1869.

d.      Frances, b. 23 Feb 1847, m. Isaac J. Rouse and d. 10 Apr 1888 having had issue.

e.      Adeleine, b. 18 Mar 1850, d. May 1852.

8.       Christopher, b. 17 May 1788, m. Hannah Bennett of New York and d.s.p. 11 Sep 1851.

1.       Mary, b. 22 Sep 1771.

2.       Catherine, b. 27 May 1779.

 

RICHARD JOHN DELAZOUCHE STACPOOLE, D.L., J.P., commissioned on 8 Nov 1814, Ensign, 3rd Battalion, 14th Foot, fought in Captain C. Wilson’s Company at the battle of Waterloo on 18 Jun 1815 (medal), on half-pay from 24 Feb 1818, ‘not desirous of further service’ (1829 Statement of Service for Retired Officers), Major, 62nd Foot, sold his commission in 1836, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1827, of Edenvale, Co. Clare, b. 21 May 1793 at Edenvale, educ Eton, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 11 May 1812, m. 13 May 1825 at Tulla, JANE, eldest dau of ANDREW STACPOOLE of Ballyalla (see above). He d. 9 Oct 1866 and she d. 12 Oct 1886 having had issue:

 

1.       William, 16th Foot, b. 10 Apr 1827, m. 1stly Mary Anne Davis, who d. Apr 1858. He m. 2ndly 1858, Catherine O’Connor. She d. May 1865 and he d. 1867 in Dublin having had issue:

a.      Richard George (twin), of Roonard, Alexandra Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, b. 8 May 1860, m. 15 Aug 1888 at St. Stephen’s, East Twickenham, Edith Maud, second dau of Sir Edward Dean Paul, 4th Bt, of Rodborough Manor, Gloucestershire and Cambridge House, Twickenham. See PAUL, Baronet – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 11 Aug 1941 and she d. 14 Dec 1957 having had issue:

1.       George Eric Guy, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment, of 102A Lexham Gardens, London, b. 10 Jan 1892 at 18 Ullet Road, Prince’s Park, Liverpool, educ Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, killed in action in Belgium on 27 Jan 1915 and is commemorated in Dickebusch Old Military Cemetery, Ypres.

2.       William Aubrey Clement, b. 7 Apr 1896 at Roonard, Alexandra Drive, d. 13 Jun 1922 having had issue: 1 dau.

3.       Michael Desmond, trainer and breeder of racehorses and amateur jockey, of Pipps Ford Farm, Needham Market, Suffolk, b. 1 May 1910, educ H.M.S. Worcester, m. 1stly (marriage dissolved) Juanita Duggan and had issue: 1 son. He m. 2ndly 1947, Margery Langley, who d. 11 May 1958 having had further issue: 1 son. He m. 3rdly 20 Sep 1960, Barbara (who m. 2ndly 13 Jul 1974, Peter, only son of H.E.T. Scowsill of Conway, North Wales) and d. 19 Jul 1973 having had further issue: 1 son.

1.       Gladys Edith, b. 15 Jun 1889 at 18 Ullet Road, Prince’s Park, Liverpool.

2.       Vera, b. 28 Sep 1890 at 18 Ullet Road, Prince’s Park, Liverpool.

a.      Elizabeth Jane (twin), b. 8 May 1860, m. 13 Apr 1885, Hugh Massy Westropp of Park House, Clonlara. See WESTROPP – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. She d. 15 Sep 1901 and he d. 12 Jul 1909 having had issue.

2.       RICHARD, of whom presently.

3.       George William, Lieutenant Colonel, 18th Foot (Royal Irish Regiment), of 16 Walton Place, Chelsea, b. 18 Nov 1832, served during the Second Burmese War 1852-53 and took part in the siege of Sebastopol during the Crimean War from 30 Dec 1854 to 11 Apr 1855, m. 18 Jun 1863 at St. James’s, Piccadilly, Josephine Julia Helen (obituary), widow of 3rd Baron Rossmore and dau of Henry Lloyd of Farrinrory, Co. Tipperary. He d.s.p. 19 Nov 1894 at The Grove, Harefield, Middlesex and was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery and she d. 12 Sep 1912.

1.       Georgina Maria, b. 25 Apr 1826, m. 29 Mar 1856, Charles Heaton-Armstrong of Larch Hill, Co. Clare, youngest son of William Henry Heaton-Armstrong, M.P., of Mount Heaton, Co. Tipperary. See HEATON-ARMSTRONG – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. She d. 4 Feb 1905 and he d. 18 Feb 1905 having had issue.

2.       Honora, b. 1 Nov 1829, d. unmarried 24 Jun 1843.

3.       Jane, b. 28 Jun 1834, m. 8 Nov 1858, Henry, only son of Major The Hon. John Vereker, younger brother of 2nd Viscount Gort. See VISCOUNT GORT – Burke’s Peerage. She d. 25 Nov 1859 and he d. 10 Jul 1871 having had issue.

4.       Elizabeth, b. 20 Sep 1837, d. unmarried 1 May 1857.

 

RICHARD STACPOOLE (alternative photograph), D.L., J.P., of Edenvale, Co. Clare, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1864, a solicitor who practised in Dublin, Master, Clare Harriers, b. 19 Aug 1828, educ Worcester and Clifton and then in Paris, m. 19 Aug 1868 at St. Anne’s, Dublin, ALICE JULIA, youngest dau of JOHN WESTROPP, J.P., of Attyflin, Co. Limerick. See WESTROPP – Burke’s Irish Family Records 1976 Edition. He d. 16 Jun 1891, she d. 14 Jul 1907 and they were both buried at Edenvale having had issue:

 

1.       RICHARD JOHN, of whom presently.

2.      George William Robert, D.S.O., O.B.E., Colonel, South Staffordshire Regiment, of Abbeyville, Croom, Co. Limerick, b. 27 May 1872 at Edenvale, educ St. Columba’s College, Cheltenham, served in the Boer War 1899-1901 as Adjutant, 10th Mounted Infantry and Second-in-Command, Montmorency’s Scouts (D.S.O., mentioned in despatches, wounded during the disaster at Reddersberg on 4 Apr 1900), Adjutant, 5th Munster Fusiliers (Co. Limerick Regiment) 1901-06, Deputy Provost-Marshall during the First World War (O.B.E., four times mentioned in despatches, Belgian Croix de Guerre, Chevalier de l’Ordre de Léopold), won the Gold Cup and the Grand Military Cup at Sandown in 1905 and d. unmarried 10 Sep 1939. See Who’s Who.

1.       Mary Eve Louisa, b. 9 Jun 1869, m. 1stly 1890 in Paris, Edward Stewart. She m. 2ndly 28 Mar 1896, Charles Randal Armstrong MacDonnell, D.L., J.P., of New Hall, Ennis. See MacDONNELL – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1912 Edition. She d. 22 Nov 1921 and he d. 18 Oct 1923.

2.       Alice Jane, of Abbeyville, Croom, Co. Limerick, b. 22 May 1871, d. unmarried 29 Mar 1912 at 89 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.

3.       Gwendoline Clare Surprise, who had the gold medal of the Dublin Society, of 50 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, b. 8 Jun 1884, d. unmarried 27 Oct 1966.

 

RICHARD JOHN STACPOOLE, D.L., J.P., of Edenvale, Co. Clare and later of Godfrey House, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham, High Sheriff of Co. Clare in 1894, Lieutenant, Clare Artillery, b. 7 May 1870, educ St. Columba’s College, Cheltenham College, m. 19 Jul 1894, GERALDINE NORAH ISABELLA (alternative photograph), only dau of ROBERT HUME CROWE, J.P., of Toonagh, Co. Clare. See CROWE formerly of DROMORE HOUSE – Burke’s Landed Gentry of Ireland 1958 Edition. She d. 13 Mar 1955 at Cheltenham and he d. 21 Feb 1959 at Park House, Park Road, Winchester and was buried in Cheltenham Cemetery on 26 Feb 1959 having had issue:

 

1.       Richard Hassard, M.C., Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery, of The Grange, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, b. 8 Mar 1896, educ Cheltenham College, served in the First and Second World Wars (M.C. 1917), commanded 3rd Medium Regiment at Dunkirk, m. 2 Jul 1929 at St. Mary’s, Warwick, Helen Muriel Clare, dau of Richard Lionel Morphy of Blennerville, Tralee, Co. Kerry. He d. 10 Mar 1973 and she d. 15 Jan 1978 at Milford House, Limerick having had issue: 2 sons.

1.       Norah Dorothy, b. 25 Apr 1895, m. 25 Sep 1929 at Christ Church, Cheltenham, Brigadier Eric Whitlock Goodman, D.S.O., M.C., Royal Artillery, only son of Charles John Goodman and his wife Amy Harriet (née Couchman). See GOODMAN – Burke’s Family Records 1897. He went to France on 15 Feb 1915 with 121st Heavy Battery, R.G.A. (mentioned in despatches 30 Nov 1915), was Adjutant, 9th Brigade, R.G.A. 1916-17, commanded 119th Heavy Battery, R.G.A. from 30 Jan 1917 to the end of the war (M.C. 1 Jan 1918), served in Iraq 1919-20 (medal with clasp), commanded 5th Bombay Mountain Battery, R.A., Waziristan 1936-37 (D.S.O., mentioned in despatches 16 Nov 1937), commanded 21st Mountain Regiment 1939-40, served in the Ahmedzai Salient (mentioned in despatches 20 Jun 1941), was C.R.A. 9th Indian Division, Malaya 1941 and C.R.A., Malaya Command 1941-42, (mentioned in despatches 1 Aug 1946) and was a prisoner-of-war in Singapore, Formosa and Manchuria 1942-45. He d. 8 Dec 1981 and she d. 7 Mar 1986 having had issue: 1 son.