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28 October, 1837, to Robert Bayly, Esq., of Bally- duff. The earl <!. 4 July, 1в1в,
and was .«. by his son, GEOXOE, 2nd Earl of Mountnorris, F.U.S., F.S.A., /,. 1769 ;
in. 1790, Anne, 8th dau. of William, 2nd Viscount Courtenay, and by her (who <-' .
In 1373 he had a command in the army oi John of Gaunt, and fell into the hands
of the French and Bur- eaidiuis in a rencounter at Ouchy le Château, near
Soissons, on 20 October in that year, being surprised when foraging with &r
Edward, mentioned in Com»'» Bamutagt as alive 1714; d. young. in. JAMES, 5th
Lord Aston. iv. Charles, b. 19 March, 1719, d. 12 April, 1730. I. Mary, b. 27
October, 1703, d. 10 December, 1704. II. Anne, 6. 4 April, 1706, d. 24 July
SIK FRANCIS ATNOIEB, Knt., descended from the Aungien, of Cambridge,
having adopted the legal profession, was appointed master of the rolls Б October,
1609, and created BABÓN ACNGIEB, of Longford, in the peerage of Ireland, 29
His lordship had been summoned to parliament from 26 October, 1309, to 5
August, 1320. His unhappy fate occurred in 1322,; but notwithstanding that, his
son, GILE* DE BADLESMERE, 2nd baron, found such favour from the king, that
he had ...
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