The Irish Merediths

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Bingley MEREDITH

M, #101, b. about 1662

Parents

FatherArthur MEREDITH b. 1639, d. 4 May 1732
MotherDorothea BINGLEY d. 1729

Biography

Bingley MEREDITH was born ca. 1662 in Co. Meath, Ireland.
He entered Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland between 1680 and 1685.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S16] Alumni Dublinenses, www.findmypast.co.uk, p. 574, Pensioner (fee paying), schoolmaster Mr Crow, matric. 18 Feb 1679&|;80 aged 17, son of Arthur, b. Co. Meath. B.A. Spring 1685
Last Edited20 Oct 2010

Thomas MEREDITH1

M, #102, b. about 1665, d. 17 June 1719

Parents

FatherArthur MEREDITH b. 1639, d. 4 May 1732
MotherDorothea BINGLEY d. 1729

Biography

Lt. Gen. Thomas Meredyth
(c1665-1719)
Portrait by Garrett Morphey, 1702
Thomas MEREDITH was born ca. 1665 in Co. Louth, Ireland.2 He married Catherine PAUL in Dec 1706.3 Thomas MEREDITH died on 17 Jun 1719.1 He was buried on 19 Jun 1719 in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.G4
Thomas Meredith entered Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland on 26 Sep 1681, and Gray's Inn on 11 Nov 1685.
He was appointed as:
~ Gentleman of the Horse to the Master of the Horse in 1708;
~ MP for Navan, Ireland from 1703 to 1713;
~ MP for Midhurst, England from 1709 to 1710;
~ a member of Privy Council from 24 May 1715;
~ MP for Lismore, Ireland from 1715 to 1719;
~ Captain of Duke of Leinster's (Schomberg) Horse from 23 APR 1691;
~ Captain of Duke of Schomberg's Horse before 1694;
~ Adjutant General of the Forces in Ireland in 1701;
~ Brevet Colonel on 1 Jun 1701;
~ Colonel of 37th Regiment of Foot on 13 Feb 1701/2;
~ a Brigadier General on Jan 1703/4;
~ a Major-General on 1 Jan 1706/7;
~ Governor of Tynemouth Castle on 20 Feb 1706/7:
~ Governor of Dendermond after its capitulation in Sep 1706;
~ a Lieutenant-General on 1 Jan 1707/8;
~ Governor of Londonderry on 25 Aug 1714
~ Colonel of 20th Regiment of Foot (to be) on 14 Oct 1714.
He was wounded at Oudenarde in 1708 and in 1710 he was obliged to leave army.
He lost a fortune in stocks. He was one of the Duke of Marlborough's Irish triumvirate along with William Cadogan and Francis Palmes.
According to his will dated 12 Jun 1719, and proven on 29 March 1720, he owned an estate in Oxfordshire, England. The will makes provision for three illegitimate children: Euridice, Elizabeth and Charles Meredyth, as well as his own children Elizabeth, Mary (under 8 years old) and Arthur (under 21 years old). Arthur’s name is given twice in the will as Francis Arthur, with the word Francis struck out.5,6,1,7

Children

DaughterEuridice MEREDITH b. ca. 1705
SonCharles MEREDITH b. ca. 1705
DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. ca. 1709

Children with Catherine PAUL d. bef. 1719

DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. aft. 1706, d. Sep 1771
SonArthur Francis MEREDITH b. aft. 1706
DaughterMary MEREDITH b. aft. 1711

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800
  2. [S16] Alumni Dublinenses, www.findmypast.co.uk, p. 574
  3. [S86] David Hayton, The House of Commons 1690-1715, p. 793, described as a lucrative marriage with a "maiden lady of about D8,000 fortune"
  4. [S5] Parish Register Society of Dublin, Register of St Patrick Dublin, "Tho: Meredyth Esqr. Lt. Generall laid in a tomb in ye north isle neare ye steeple."
  5. [S16] Alumni Dublinenses, www.findmypast.co.uk, Pensioner (fee paying), schoolmaster Mr Crow (same as brother Bingley), matric. 26 Sep 1681aged 16, son of Arthur, b. Co. Louth
  6. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800, p. 247
  7. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720, given the close association with the Duke of Marlborough could this estate be associated with Blenheim Palace at Woodstock?
Last Edited14 Apr 2017

Catherine PAUL1,2

F, #103, d. before 1719

Biography

Catherine PAUL married Thomas MEREDITH, son of Arthur MEREDITH and Dorothea BINGLEY, in Dec 1706.3 Catherine PAUL died bef. 1719.4

Children with Thomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719

DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. aft. 1706, d. Sep 1771
SonArthur Francis MEREDITH b. aft. 1706
DaughterMary MEREDITH b. aft. 1711

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Thomas MEREDITH (great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800, p. 247, gives her name as Catherine
  2. [S86] David Hayton, The House of Commons 1690-1715, p. 793, gives her name as "da. of one Paul". Could this be the same Paul family that Sir Richard married into in 1702? Could Catherine be a sister of Sarah Paul?
  3. [S86] David Hayton, The House of Commons 1690-1715, p. 793, described as a lucrative marriage with a "maiden lady of about D8,000 fortune"
  4. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720, wife not mentioned in Will, so assume died bef. 1720
Last Edited2 Mar 2007

Arthur Francis MEREDITH1,2

M, #104, b. after 1706

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719
MotherCatherine PAUL d. bef. 1719

Biography

Arthur Francis MEREDITH was born aft. 1706.3 He married Mary WALLER, daughter of Robert WALLER and Anna-Maria HUGHES, in 1732.4
He lived at Dollardstown, Co. Meath, Ireland. His house there was designed for him in 1734 by Richard Castle, and was demolished in 1986, being derelict by then.

Note that there is some confusion in the sources as a result of two cousins Thomas Meredith (sons of Charles Meredith of Newtown and Arthur Meredith of Dollardstown, brothers) each marrying a Catherine and naming a son, Arthur. For example, the History of the Irish Parliament identifies the parents of Arthur Francis as Thomas and Catherine Baldwin.1

Child with Mary WALLER b. bef. 1716, d. ca. 1792

DaughterMary MEREDITH b. bef. 1759, d. 28 Apr 1809

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800
  2. [S87] Genealogical Office Manuscript no. 169 p. 322, Pedigrees, Vols I - XXVII, LDS film no. 0100124, p. 322
  3. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720, according to the Will of his father made 1719 Arthur was then under 21, so would have been b. aft. 1698. Note that each reference to Arthur in the Will is of the form Francis Arthur with Francis crossed out. Why?
  4. [S379] Conyngham Papers, National Library of Ireland, Ms 35,425 (8) (9) Copy settlement on the intermarriage of Arthur Meredyth with Mary Waller 19 Apr 1732. http://www.nli.ie/pdfs/mss%20lists/conyngh.pdf
Last Edited8 Feb 2017

Elizabeth MEREDITH

F, #105, b. after 1706, d. September 1771

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719
MotherCatherine PAUL d. bef. 1719

Biography

Elizabeth MEREDITH was born aft. 1706. She married John JERVIS-WHITE, son of John WHITE and Catherine JERVIS, in 1724.1 Elizabeth MEREDITH died in Sep 1771.2

Children with John JERVIS-WHITE b. May 1700, d. 7 Nov 1769

DaughterCatherine JERVIS-WHITE
SonThomas JERVIS-WHITE
SonEdward JERVIS-WHITE d. 1798
SonJohn JERVIS-WHITE d. 1798
SonJohn Jervis JERVIS-WHITE d. 12 Jul 1793

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S90] Helen J Lawrence, Jervis Family of Chatcull & Darlaston, Url: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/a/w/Helen-J-Lawrence/index.html
  2. [S88] Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts, Url: http://members.webone.com.au/~nickred/newspaper/index.html, death announcement in the Freeman's Journal 7-9 Sep 1771 "In Co Wexford the, the relict of John Jarvis WHITE Esq". It is assumed that this is Elizabeth Jervis White nee Meredith
Last Edited23 Mar 2007

Mary MEREDITH

F, #106, b. after 1711

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719
MotherCatherine PAUL d. bef. 1719

Biography

Mary MEREDITH was born aft. 1711.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720, from the Will of her father it seems that Mary is not yet 8 years old in 1719
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

John JERVIS-WHITE

M, #107, b. May 1700, d. 7 November 1769

Parents

FatherJohn WHITE d. Oct 1723
MotherCatherine JERVIS

Biography

John JERVIS-WHITE was born in May 1700 in Ballyellis, Ireland.G1 He married Elizabeth FLEETWOOD.2 John JERVIS-WHITE married Elizabeth MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Catherine PAUL, in 1724.1 John JERVIS-WHITE died on 7 Nov 1769, at age 69.3,4
John Jervis-White lived at Ballyellis, Co. Wexford. The family names of Jervis and White were conjoined by the marriage settlement of his parents. His will dated 14 Jan 1764 (and probated 2 Nov 1769) included the following details:
To wife Elizabeth White ors Fleetwood £300-0-0 yearly pursuant to a power reserved in settlement with first wife Elizabeth Meredyth. To niece Mrs. Grogan - large diamond ring. To godson Cornelius Grogan Esq. a silver scalloped server. To coz. Miss Elz. White Mathew and Jonas[?] White £5-0-0 each. To old hunstman Patk. Caulfield best saddle horse To son Counsellor White 1/- To son Thomas 1/- To daughter Ruckly 1/- To son Edward1/- To son John who has a large family £50-0-0 To nephew John Grogan Esq. all the rest of property in thanks for money lent when creditors were pressing.5,6,7

Children with Elizabeth MEREDITH b. aft. 1706, d. Sep 1771

DaughterCatherine JERVIS-WHITE
SonThomas JERVIS-WHITE
SonEdward JERVIS-WHITE d. 1798
SonJohn JERVIS-WHITE d. 1798
SonJohn Jervis JERVIS-WHITE d. 12 Jul 1793

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Elizabeth MEREDITH (2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S90] Helen J Lawrence, Jervis Family of Chatcull & Darlaston, Url: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/a/w/Helen-J-Lawrence/index.html
  2. [S92] Welply, Irish Wills and Pleadings
  3. [S88] Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts, Url: http://members.webone.com.au/~nickred/newspaper/index.html, death announcement in the Freeman's Journal 11-14 Nov 1769
  4. [S89] Sir Bernard Burke and Ashworth Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage and Baronetage, the Privy Council, and Knightage, Edition: 89th Edition, gives date of 7th
  5. [S87] Genealogical Office Manuscript no. 169 p. 322, Pedigrees, Vols I - XXVII, LDS film no. 0100124
  6. [S91] Lodge, Edmund, The Genealogy of the Existing British Peerage and Baronetage
  7. [S92] Welply, Irish Wills and Pleadings, Vol. 14, p. 127, "Prerogative Will of John Jervis White of Ballyellis Co. Wexford Esq the Elder."
Last Edited9 Aug 2010

Thomas Henry SMITHWICK1,2,3

M, #108

Biography

Thomas Henry SMITHWICK married Alice MEREDITH, daughter of Sir Thomas MEREDITH and Letitia FORTESCUE.

Children with Alice MEREDITH b. bef. 1675

DaughterAlice SMITHWICK
DaughterSarah SMITHWICK
DaughterCatherine SMITHWICK

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Alice MEREDITH (granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S27] Genealogical Office Manuscript no. 225, Vol III Wills Old Series, LDS film no. 0100103, the name is given as Thomas Smithwick, according to the short pedigree based on details abstracted by Betham from the Will of Sir Thomas Meredyth
  2. [S61] Genealogical Office Manuscript, Miscellaneous Pedigrees H-M, William Rice Meredith's instructions to Betham, LDS film no0100244
  3. [S93] Eustace Meredyth Martin, The Ancient Families of the Meredyths and the Eustaces, p. 27, name given as Henry Smithwick. There is no indication of primary source for this information
Last Edited15 Dec 2008

Alice SMITHWICK1

F, #109

Parents

FatherThomas Henry SMITHWICK
MotherAlice MEREDITH b. bef. 1675

Biography

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S94] Registry of Deeds, Transcripts Books 15-200-7204 Regd 16 Feb 1715 Will of Henry Meredyth
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Sarah SMITHWICK

F, #110

Parents

FatherThomas Henry SMITHWICK
MotherAlice MEREDITH b. bef. 1675

Biography

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Catherine SMITHWICK

F, #111

Parents

FatherThomas Henry SMITHWICK
MotherAlice MEREDITH b. bef. 1675

Biography

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

-?- HAMILTON1

M, #112

Biography

-?- HAMILTON married Anne MEREDITH, daughter of Sir Thomas MEREDITH and Letitia FORTESCUE.

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Anne MEREDITH (granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S27] Genealogical Office Manuscript no. 225, Vol III Wills Old Series, LDS film no. 0100103, pedigree based on Will of Sir Thomas Meredyth shows his daughter Anne as "wife of [illegible] Hamilton".
Last Edited15 Dec 2008

Frances PLUNKETT1,2,3

F, #113, d. about January 1798

Parents

Biography

Frances PLUNKETT married Henry MEREDITH, son of Thomas MEREDITH and Catherine BALDWIN, on 2 Feb 1748/49.3 Frances PLUNKETT died ca. Jan 1798. She was buried on 13 Jan 1798 in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.G4

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Henry MEREDITH (2nd great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800, states: "?Unmarried (his two nieces lived with him in his retirement". However it is clear from the other sources that he was indeed married, to Frances Plunkett, and that he pre-deceased her
  2. [S96] Kimber, Edward (1719-1769), The new peerage; or, ancient and present state of the nobility of England, Scotland, and Ireland, p. 177
  3. [S52] Genealogical Manuscript no. 557, Sadleir Marriages and Genealogical Notes, LDS microfilm no. 0100152 item 3, Extract from Exshaw's Magazine "Henry Meredyth Secretary to the Lord Primate to Frances d. of Chas. Plunket of Dillonstown Co. Louth sister to the Countess of Antrim 2 Feb 1748."
  4. [S5] Parish Register Society of Dublin, Register of St Patrick Dublin, entry states "Mrs Meredith was inter'd in the family vault N.B. she was sister to Lady Antrim". Lady Antrim was Anne MacDonnell nee Plunkett
Last Edited15 Dec 2008

Charles Patrick PLUNKETT1

M, #114

Biography

Charles Patrick PLUNKETT married Elizabeth STRATFORD.
He was the son of Matthew Plunkett, 7th Lord Louth.1

Children with Elizabeth STRATFORD

DaughterFrances PLUNKETT d. ca. Jan 1798
DaughterAnne PLUNKETT d. 15 Jan 1755

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith

Citations

  1. [S56] Darryl Lundy, A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe; www.thepeerage.com
Last Edited20 Oct 2010

Elizabeth STRATFORD

F, #115

Biography

Elizabeth STRATFORD married Charles Patrick PLUNKETT.

Children with Charles Patrick PLUNKETT

DaughterFrances PLUNKETT d. ca. Jan 1798
DaughterAnne PLUNKETT d. 15 Jan 1755

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Anne PLUNKETT

F, #116, d. 15 January 1755

Parents

Biography

Anne PLUNKETT married Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, on 2 Jan 1739/40. Anne PLUNKETT died on 15 Jan 1755.

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

James TAYLOUR1

M, #117, d. 1747

Biography

James TAYLOUR married Catherine MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Catherine BALDWIN, in 1737.2 James TAYLOUR died in 1747.3
He was a Member of the Irish Parliament.4

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Catherine MEREDITH (2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S97] Pollard, Robert (1755-1838), The peerage of Great Britain and Ireland including the extinct, with a genealogical and historical account of each noble family, p. 98, States that James Taylor was the uncle of the Earl of Bective [Thomas Taylour who owned the Headfort estate]
  2. [S129] Alexander Thom & Co, Appendix to the Twenty-Sixth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records and Keeper of the State Papers of Ireland, p. 1036, note of marriage licence, Copies saved to disk
  3. [S56] Darryl Lundy, A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe; www.thepeerage.com
  4. [S34] Johnston-Liik, E.M, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800, p. 248, entry for father-in-law, Thomas Meredyth
Last Edited20 Oct 2010

Elizabeth PENNEFATHER

F, #118, d. 18 March 1736/37

Biography

Elizabeth PENNEFATHER married Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, on 10 Apr 1735. Elizabeth PENNEFATHER died on 18 Mar 1736/37.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith

Citations

  1. [S56] Darryl Lundy, A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe; www.thepeerage.com
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim1

M, #119, d. 13 October 1775

Biography

Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, married Elizabeth PENNEFATHER on 10 Apr 1735. Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, married Anne PLUNKETT, daughter of Charles Patrick PLUNKETT and Elizabeth STRATFORD, on 2 Jan 1739/40. Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, married Catherine MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Catherine BALDWIN, on 5 Jul 1755. Alexander MACDONNELL, 5th Earl of Antrim, died on 13 Oct 1775.
Alexander Macdonnell was the 5th Earl of Antrim.

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Catherine MEREDITH (2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S56] Darryl Lundy, A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe; www.thepeerage.com
Last Edited9 Aug 2010

William CARR

M, #120, b. 1578

Biography

William CARR was born in 1578.

Child

SonSir George CARR d. 13 Feb 1663/64

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Elizabeth MEREDITH

F, #121, b. about 1709

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719

Biography

Elizabeth MEREDITH was born ca. 1709.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Euridice MEREDITH

F, #122, b. about 1705

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719

Biography

Euridice MEREDITH was born ca. 1705.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720
Last Edited13 Aug 2012

Charles MEREDITH

M, #123, b. about 1705

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1665, d. 17 Jun 1719

Biography

Charles MEREDITH was born ca. 1705.1

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S85] Public Record Office, London, England, Will of Thomas Meredyth, Lieutenant Colonel of His Majesty's Forces 29 March 1720
Last Edited5 Dec 2006

Murrough BOYLE, 1st Viscount Blessington

M, #124, d. 26 April 1718

Biography

Murrough BOYLE, 1st Viscount Blessington, married Mary PARKER.1 Murrough BOYLE, 1st Viscount Blessington, married Anne COOTE, daughter of Charles COOTE, 2nd Earl of Mountrath, and Alice MEREDITH, in Nov 1672.2 Murrough BOYLE, 1st Viscount Blessington, died on 26 Apr 1718.2
Murragh Boyle, 1st Viscount Blesington, was an Irish peer and member of the House of Lords.

Children with Anne COOTE b. ca. 1658, d. 5 Apr 1725

DaughterAnne BOYLE d. 27 Oct 1741
SonMichael BOYLE d. 1686
SonCharles BOYLE, 2nd Viscount Blessington d. 2 Jun 1732
DaughterAlicia BOYLE b. Feb 1675/76, d. 28 Oct 1700

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith
Relationship:Partner of Anne COOTE (great-granddaughter of Richard (Bishop of Leighlin) MEREDITH b. ca. 1550, d. 3 Aug 1597)
Appears on:Bishop Richard Meredith Box chart
Bishop Richard Meredith indented chart

Citations

  1. [S63] John Lodge (revised MArchdall), The peerage of Ireland, or, a genealogical history of the present nobility of that Kingdom, vol. 1, p. 149
  2. [S12] Lodge, John, The peerage of Ireland, or, a genealogical history of the present nobility of that Kingdom 1754 Edn.
Last Edited9 Aug 2010

Mary PARKER1

F, #125, d. 13 September 1668

Biography

Mary PARKER married Murrough BOYLE, 1st Viscount Blessington.2 Mary PARKER died on 13 Sep 1668.2
Mary Parker was the daughter of John Parker, Archbishop of Dublin.

Connections

Family Line:Bishop Richard Meredith

Citations

  1. [S63] John Lodge (revised MArchdall), The peerage of Ireland, or, a genealogical history of the present nobility of that Kingdom, p. 148
  2. [S63] John Lodge (revised MArchdall), The peerage of Ireland, or, a genealogical history of the present nobility of that Kingdom, vol. 1, p. 149
Last Edited10 Aug 2010