GUESTBOOK
The Warrens are on list of CROMWELLIAN ADVENTURERS and also on LIST OF ENGLISH
PROTESTANT SETTLERS 1590s.

The founder of the family was ROBERT WARREN of KINNEIGH, BARONY of EAST CARBERRY,
CORK.

He was an officer in Cromwell's army in 1649. Born 1624 died 1660, and married Margery……?

He bequeathed his lands to his son William, a minor. He had 5 other children….Susan, Sarah,
Robert, Wallis, and Elizabeth.

WALLIS born 1655 married ELIZABETH KNOLLES, daughter of JOHN KNOLLES, DYSERT, CORK.
By her he had ROBERT of KILBARRY, ESQ. born 1680. Thomas of Curra, East Carberry, gent.
And 3 daughters.

Anne married to Richard Gumbleton, ELIZABETH, who married THOMAS CROOKE in 1714(my
5xggps) and Mary.

ROBERT WARREN, Born 1685 died 1745, son and heir of Wallis, married in1710, ANNE CROOKE,
sister of William (of Muskerry) and Thomas Crooke.

They had 2 sons, SIR ROBERT WARREN of KILBARRY (WARRENSCOURT) and William Warren,
Holyhill. Kinsale and 2 daughters of whom Elizabeth married John Baldwin, Alderman of Cork
and Alice married Henry Baldwin of Curravody.

Source History of Warren family 1902 by Rev.Thomas Warren.

This part of line unites with CROOKES.


SHURLEY

Sir Samuel Crooke married JUDITH SHURLEY of ISFIELD SUSSEX about 1642.

Her father was SIR GEORGE SHURLEY, LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF IRELAND. He was married to
MARY HALFIDE.

His parents were THOMAS SHURLEY and ANNE PELHAM. Anne's parents were Sir Nicholas
Pelham and Anne Sackville.

Anne Sackville's parents were JOHN SACKVILLE and MARGARET BOLEYN.

Margaret was aunt of Anne Boleyn.

See SHURLEYS in "THE VISITATIONS OF SUSSEX" pages 128/9 also SHURLEY ASSOCIATION.

Sir SAMUEL CROOKES sister was JUDITH CROOKE, who married SIR VINCENT GOOKIN.

His lineage came from family of DENNE. See DENNE GENEALOGY.
ISFIELD

The parish of Isfield is bounded by the river Ouse on the west and by Ringmer and Horsted
Parva on the east, at the distance of about five miles north of Lewes and three south-west of
Uckfield. There are 1,910 acres of chiefly arable land, in the parish, and the soil is generally a
light mould. Thirty-six and a half acres were in 1833, planted with hops. The population, in 1831,
was 581.

The village consists of a small number of scattered houses and a corn mill standing on the
banks of a small stream, which, after passing the village, meets the river Ouse.

The remains of the old family mansion of the Shurley's, called Isfield Place, cannot be viewed
without interest. It was surrounded by a very strong and lofty wall, supported by buttresses; at
each extremity of the south wall was a kind of watch tower, the remains of which are now
standing, and in a tolerable state of preservation. It seems doubtful whether it was moated
round: but under the south wall the fosse still continues broad and deep. The present
substantial farm house, of which an engraving is annexed, is evidently a portion of the original
building.

The Shurley arms, engraven on stone, are in a compartment over the door; and on each side, at
the base of a pillar, are, respectively, the words "Abstinete" and "Sustinete". Engraven on the
capital is the following motto: -- "Non minor est Virtus quam querere parta tueri " a maxim
which the Romans never departed from. It may be Englished by one of our own proverbs,
"Catch is a good dog but Hold-fast is a better."

Buckham Hill, in this parish, is a neat modern building, commanding fine views, erected by
Major Dalbine, and afterwards sold by him to the late James Donovan, Esq.

There is a large and handsome paper mill on the bank of the river, belonging to Messrs.
Johnston and Molineux, of Lewes, at which some excellent paper is produced.

Isfield Place
Shurley Arms

SHURLEY LINEAGE

John SHURLEY Married Grace LONGFORD….. issue.

John SHURLEY of ISFIELD, cofferer to KING HENRY VIII, married ??? GORING of Sussex.. issue.

Thomas SHURLEY of ISFIELD married Anne, daughter of Nicholas PELHAM & ANNE
SACKVILLE…(Anne SACKVILLE was daughter of John Sackville and Margaret Boleyn)…… issue.

SIR GEORGE SHURLEY, KNIGHT, LORD CHIEF JUSTICE in IRELAND. Married MARY, DAUGHTER
OF EDWARD HALFIDE of TAMMS in HERTFORDSHIRE…..issue.

JUDITH SHURLEY married SIR SAMUEL CROOKE of BALTIMORE, IRELAND. BARONET.






SACKVILLE LINEAGE in relation to SHURLEY.








Sir John SACKVILLE was the Great grandfather of Sir George Shurley.

Edward SACKVILLE married Margaret WAKEHURST… issue.

Humphrey SACKVILLE married Katherine BROWNE… issue.

Richard SACKVILLE married Isabel DYGGS …. issue.

John SACKVILLE married Married Margaret BOLEYN . Their daughter ANNE SACKVILLE married
about 1519, SIR NICHOLAS PELHAM.

Their daughter, ANNE PELHAM, married SIR THOMAS SHURLEY, and was the mother of SIR
GEORGE SHURLEY.

JUDITH SHURLEY, 2x great granddaughter of Sir John Sackville married SIR SAMUEL CROOKE,
Baltimore, Ireland.

Margaret Boleyn was sister of Earl of Wiltshire, Sir Thomas Boleyn.

GENERATION 3 - courtesy of DENNE GENEALOGY.

RALPH DE DENE, Lord of Buckhurst in Sussex, possessed large estates in Sussex and Kent.
Living during the reign of William the Conquerer (1066/1087).
Married to SYBELLA DE GATTON sister of ROBERT DE GATTON.

They had the following children

ROBERT DE DENE

ELLA DE DENE who married SIR JORDAN SACKVILLE, ancestor of the Dukes of Dorset. Ella
inherited Buckhurst and other estates in Sussex.
In her widowhood she endowed BAYHAM ABBEY.************

Judith Crooke daughter of Sir Thomas Crooke of Baltimore, Ireland, married Sir Vincent Gookin.
He was descended from Sackvilles and Shurleys. This links Crookes to them, through their issue.

THESE NOTES ON WARREN/BALDWIN were transcribed and donated by KAREN BELL.
A descendent and researcher of same. All these people are connected to Radley family..


WARREN, SIR AUGUSTUS RIVERSDALE,
of Warren's Court,
Co. Cork ;. South Cork Militia ;
high sheriff 1867,D.L. ; late major
20th regt. ; served in the Crimea
and Indian mutiny ; b. 24 Aug.
1833 ; s. his father as 5th. bart.,
1863; m. '28 April, 1864, Georgina,
eldest dau. of the Rev.
John Blennerhasset, M.A., rector
of Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset, and
niece of Arthur Blennerhasset,
Esq., M.P. for the co. Kerry, and has issue,
I. AUGUSTUS-RlVERSDALE-JOHN-BLENNERHASSET, 6. 11 MarCll,
ROBERT WARREN, an officcr in the army, seated himself at
Kennagh, East Carbery, co. Cork. He d. 1 662, leaving by Margery
his wife, three sons and three daus. The youngest son,
WALLIS WARREN, Esq., purchased Kilbarry (now Warren's
Court). He MI. 1684, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Knolles, Esq.,
and had, Robert; Thomas ; Eliza, and Mary. The elder son
and heir,
ROBERT WARREN, Esq. of Kilbarry, co. Cork, m. Anne, sister
of William Crooke, Esq., and had issue,
ROBERT, his heir.
William, of Cork, who m. Dorcas, sister of William Perry, Esq. ,
and had issue.
Elizabeth, m. to Alderman John Baldwin, of Cork.
Alice, m. to Henry Baldwin, Esq. of Currovoidy.

Mr. Warren dying in 1743, was s. by his eldest son,
I. ROBEBT WARREN, Esq. of Warren's Court and Crookstown
House, co Cork, 6. 20 Aug. 1723, created a BARONET OF IRELAND,
7 July, 1784. He m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Augustus Carré, Esq.,


Descendants of Alderman John Baldwin of Cork
--------------------------------------------
1-Alderman John Baldwin of Cork
+Elizabeth Warren
2-Robert Baldwin b. 21 Aug 1741, Cork, Ireland, d. 24 Nov 1816, Cork, Ireland
+Barbara Spread
3-William Warren Baldwin b. 25 Apr 1775, Cork, Ireland, d. 8 Jan 1844,
Spadina, York Co. Ontario, Canada
+Margaret Phoebe Wilcocks
4-Robert Baldwin b. 1804, Spadina, York Co. Ontario, Canada, d. 1858,
Ontario (famous Canadian reformer)
4-Augustus William Baldwin
4-Henry Baldwin
4-William Augustus Baldwin
4-Quetton St. George Baldwin
4-Mary Warren Baldwin


Baldwin, Robert, 1804-58,

Canadian statesman, leader of the movement for representative government in Canada, b. York
(now Toronto), Ont. His father, William Warren Baldwin (1775-1844), was a leader of the Reform
party and a supporter of the principle of responsible (i.e., cabinet) government in the colonies. In
1836, as a recognized leader of reform in Upper Canada, Robert Baldwin was appointed by Sir
Francis Bond Head to the executive council, but he resigned in a few weeks when it became
apparent that the governor had no intention of acceding to the demands of the reformers. In
England, in 1836, Baldwin sent to the colonial secretary a memorandum that was the first clear
enunciation of the tenet of responsible government for Canada. Shortly after his return to Canada
in 1837, he served as mediator between Head and the rebels; as a moderate reformer, he had
opposed the faction of William Lyon Mackenzie in the rebellion of that year. Again (1841) he
hopefully accepted appointment to the executive council under Lord Sydenham, only to resign
when the governor showed no disposition to grant responsible government. As a member of the
assembly, Baldwin led the opposition group and increased his influence, particularly by effecting
an alliance with the French in Lower Canada, whom Sydenham had ignored in forming his
council. After the reunion of Upper and Lower Canada in 1841, Baldwin and Louis Hippolyte
LaFontaine were allowed to form their first coalition government (1842) under Sir Charles Bagot.
With Bagot's death and the arrival (1843) of Sir Charles Metcalfe as governor, the first
Baldwin-LaFontaine government resigned, but in the elections of Dec., 1847, the reformers won
an overwhelming vote. As a consequence, the second Baldwin-LaFontaine ministry (1847-51) was
formed; it is often called "the great ministry." Outstanding among its accomplishments were the
Municipal Corporations Act, commonly called the Baldwin Act, for the reformation of local
government in Ontario; an act to revise the judicial system; and an act to transform King's
College into the nonsectarian Univ. of Toronto (over the violent opposition of Bishop John
Strachan).

Bibliography

See biography by G. E. Wilson (1933); S. Leacock, Mackenzie, Baldwin, LaFontaine, Hincks (rev.
ed. 1926); R. W. Langstone, Responsible Government in Canada (1931).




Index of Marriage License Bonds for Cork & Ross

Alice BALDWIN & William WARREN 1804
Robert BALDWIN & Barbara Spread 1769

Elizabeth Lawton & Robert WARREN 1780
Elizabeth Lawton, m Sir Robert Warren, b 20 Aug 1723 in Warren's Court,Cork; d 1811 in
Crookstown House, co Cork., son of Robert Warren and Ann Crooke. NOTES on Sir Robert
Warren: 1st Bt, of Warrenscourt, co Cork

Richard Newman Perry & Margaret Catherine Winifred WARREN 1834
(dau. of William Warren of Holyhill, Kinsale)

Other Cork marriages - dates unknown

Mary Jane Perry & Judge Robert WARREN after 1820


Misc. notes:

National Archives

Testator Name Warren, William Status/Occupation County Parish Address Date of Death Date of
Will 1834 Date of Grant Where proved/granted Cloyne Diocese Granted To Executor Last Name
Warren Executor First Name Alice Executor Address Mirtletown Document Type -Will Document
Status-Transcript Notes NA Ref IWR/1834/F/39



NOTES FROM DOMESDAY BOOK, ENGLAND ( which was ordered by William the Conquerer),
concerning WARREN

WILLIAM DE WARRENE From VARENNE, near BELLENCOMBRE. Seine Inf. Fought with William
1st at Hastings. Lord of the Sussex reap at Lewes, with castle .there. Created Earl of Surrey 1088,
died same year from an arrow. Holdings in 13 counties all over country. Holdings would be
worth today 57 billion.











Source Domesday Book. Possibly same De Warrenne whose descendents are Warrens of
Warrenscourt. Cork

HISTORY OF SIR JOHN SACKVILLE, ancestor of Sir George Shurley.

Source Weald of Kent

Sir John Sackville, who was sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, reign Henry V111, married MARGARET
BOLEYN, the aunt of ANNE BOLEYN so that his son , Richard was first cousin to the Queen. This
Richard Sackville was a man of outstanding ability. He grew very rich by his dealings in land in
many counties, often the former possessions of suppressed chantry and attainted noblemen, his
name appears more closely in the Close rolls of that period… It was jestingly said of him that his
name should be Fill Sack, not Sackville.

He acquired the lands of the Chantry of St.Marie 1550 those of of the Fraternity of Saint
Katherine, probably at about the same time.. Tablehurst in 1559, Imberhorne in 1560 and
Alchorne in 1564.The manor of Broome, which included the greater part of the village of
Hartfield,was purchased some time after 1584. Coninghurst was also I n his possession at time of
his death, April 21, 1564. His only son Thomas, born 1536 was one of the most prominent men of
his time.

Another child of Sir John Sackville and Margaret Boleyn was ANNE SACKVILLE who married SIR
NICHOLAS PELHAM. Ann's daughter Anne Pelham was mother of SIR GEORGE SHURLEY, LORD
CHIEF JUSTICE OF IRELAND.


NOTES ON SACKVILLE…………
DORSET, DUKE OF, (SACKVILLE GERMAIN) PEER OF GREAT BRITAIN
Source Genealogy of Existing British Peerage with Sketches of family by Edmund Lodge

HERBRUND de SACKVILLE, who came into England with William the Conquerer, and settled at
BUCKHURST, in SUSSEX, was ancestor in 14th generation of JOHN SACKVILLE, of
CHIDDINGLEIGH, Co. SUSSEX who died in 1557, possessing extensive estates in various counties.
He married MARGARET, 2nd daughter of SIR WILLIAM BOLEYN,KNIGHT and sister of THOMAS,
EARL OF WILTSHIRE AND ORMOND, whose daughter ANNE, was mother of QUEEN ELIZABETH.
He was father by her of SIR RICHARD SACKVILLE, who having lived in great honour, held
several important offices under KING EDWARD VI,. QUEEN MARY and in early part of her reign,
QUEEN ELIZABETH, and greatly increased his possessions, died 1556 and was succeeded by his
son.

THOMAS, afterwards LORD BUCKHURST and EARL OF DORSET.K.G He stood in favour of QUEEN
ELIZABETH, his kinswoman, was created by her BARON OF BUCKHURST, Co.SUSSEX, in 1567
and continued throughout his life faithfully and with ability to serve her majesty and King James
her successor, as all his descendents, Earls and Dukes of Dorset, have done by their respective
sovereigns, holding the highest office of trust and dignity under the government, and supporting
the Crown and Constitution under all difficulties, which what has been termed the hereditary
talent of the house of SACKVILLE, till the close of the last century, the death of the 3rd duke left
his honours and estates to an infant.

THOMAS, 1st EARL, LORD TREASURER, was created by QUEEN ELIZABETH, BARON BUCKHURST
in 1567 and by JAMES 1 in 1603, EARL OF DORSET. He died 1608 and was succeeded by his son
ROBERT, 2nd EARL father of RICHARD and EDWARD, successively 3rd and 4th EARLS. The 3rd
EARL died without surviving issue male 1624 and the 4th EARL K.G. his brother, was succeeded
in 1632 by his son RICHARD, 5th EARL. He died in 1677 having married FRANCES, daughter of
LIONEL CRANFIELD, ist EARL of MIDDELESEX. And at length heir of LIONEL, 3rd EARL her
brother, whose titles became extinct on his death in 1674, by her he was father of CHARLES, his
successor, 6th EARL K.G who during his father's lifetime had been created in 1675, BARON
CRANFIELD of CRANFIELD and EARL OF MIDDLESEX. He died in 1706 and was succeeded by his
son LIONEL 7th EARL K.G created DUKE OF DORSET in 1720.

Note: His Grandfather was SIR JOHN SACKVILLE married to MARGARET BOLEYN who was great
grandfather to SIR GEORGE SHURLEY.



NOTES FROM ANTIQUITIES OF THE ANCIENT TOWN OF RYE IN SUSSEX

HORSFELD says QUEEN ELIZABETH I reached RYE on AUGUST 12, 1573 where she conferred the
honour of KNIGHTHOOD on THOMAS SHURLEY, THOMAS GUILFORD, THOMAS WALSHINGHAM
and ALEXANDER CULPEPPER ESQUIRES.

SOURCE COLLECTANEA TOPOGRAPHICS ET GENEALOGICA
JOHN SACKVILLE was married firstly to MARGARET BOLEYN, the aunt of ANNE BOLEYN, and
was the mother of his children.

Ann Torrell was his second wife.
THESE WORDS WERE ASCRIBED TO THE EARL OF SURREY, JOHN DE WARRENNE.

WARRENNE reacted angrily when called before the King's justices, to defend his rights. When
asked by what warrant (quo warranto) he held his lands, the earl produced an ancient and rusty
sword, and said….……..


LOOK AT THIS, MY LORDS. THIS IS MY WARRANT!
FOR MY ANCESTORS CAME WITH WILLIAM THE BASTARD and
CONQUERED THEIR LANDS WITH THE SWORD, AND BY THE SWORD
I WILL DEFEND THEM FROM ANYONE INTENDING TO SEIZE THEM..

THE KING DID NOT CONQUER AND SUBJECT THE LAND BY
HIMSELF, BUT OUR FOREBEARS WERE SHARERS AND PARTNERS
WITH HIM


SOURCE THE MIRROR OF JUSTICES

WARREN/SHURLEY NOTES….

The Gentleman's magazine 1844 by Sylvannus Urban Pages 473/474/475


There seems to be some connection with William De Warrenne and Shurleys of Isfield.
Under one of the Shurley monuments in 1775, was found a stone of black marble. It was the
tombstone of GUNDRED youngest daughter of WILLIAM the CONQUERER and wife of WILLIAM DE
WARRENE, EARL OF WARREN. Gundred died 1085.


Further information….
GUNDREDA was really a daughter of WILLIAM the CONQUERER, and also acknowledged by the
Conquerer himself, as his daughter in the charter he gave to monks of ST.Pancras, the manor of
Walton in Norfolk., the original of which, is preserved in the Cott.MS.Vesp.F 111. fol.1 … She
died in child bed at Castle Acre in Norfolk, May 27th 1085. and was interred in chapter house of
Lewes Priory. Her tomb was found in 1775 in ISFIELD church at SUSSEX, forming the upper slab
of the monument of EDWARD(?) SHURLEY. Cofferer to HENRY VIII.

SOURCE HISTORY OF ENGLAND UNDER NORMAN KINGS pages 216/217

MORE SACKVILLE GENEALOGY.



JOHN SACKVILLE and MARGARET BOLEYN were the gt grandparents (various x) of both
RICHARD SACKVILLE, 3rd Earl of Dorset and Sir George Shurley, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.
The two men were cousins.



RICHARD married ANNE CLIFFORD, daughter of GEORGE CLIFFORD 3rd EARL OF CUMBERLAND
and his wife Margaret Russell. Richard and Anne had 5 children. 3 boys died. 2 girls survived and
married into Earls of Thanet., and Comptons, Earls of Northhampton. Anne Clifford’s descendents
included SACKVILLE-WESTs. Six years after Richard’s death, in 1624, she married the Earl of
Pembroke Phillip Herbert, described as a vile and cowardly person. Her diary, of Elizabethan
events, written 1700s()a copy of original )is now in DORSET family home KNOLE.

Beaumont Robert of, Also called Count Meulan, which he became through his mother.
Brother of Henry, son of Roger. Earl of Leicester from 1107, died 1118 Robert became
close adviser of Henry 1st. His twin children, Robert who inherited title, and Walerun,
Count Meulan and later Earl of Worchester, were a great influence on King Stephen.
Gilbert De Clare was a brother in law. Their half brother WILLIAM DE WARRENE
became 2nd Earl of Surrey. Holdings in Leics. Northants. and Warwick.
Anne Clifford
SOURCE HOUSE OF LORDS JOURNAL. VOL.9 1648 with input from Elizabeth Shirley Bennett,
descendent of Shirleys of Wiston.



“ Order for 100 pounds to Lady Shirley.



Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in parliament. That the sum of 100 pounds be
charged upon the moeity of the receipts of Goldsmith Hall, in Course, not given for Security, and
advanced and bestowed upon Sir George Shurley, and paid unto Lady Shurley, wife of said Sir
George Shurley, lately deceased, and that the lamentable and distressed Case and Condition of
the family of Sir George Shurley be especially recommended unto the Committee of Goldsmiths
Hall and the Committee and Treasurers there are earnestly desired to advance and presently
pay, unto the Lady Shurley, the said sum of One Hundred Pounds to be employed for the
interring of the said Sir George Shurley, and relief of the said family.”

"See FREKE GENEALOGY for a connection to SHURLEY"

KNOLLES FAMILY OF OATLAND AND KINSALE CORK. Originally Knowles and is considered as of
family of KNOLLYS, in England. In Commonwealth period, Thomas Knowles married Dorothy
Busteed eldest daughter of Giles Busteed of Mt Long. Burkes Landed Gentry is the source.

THOMAS KNOLLES married Dorothy Busteed

1. THOMAS KNOLLES of whom presently

1. ELIZABETH KNOLLES in 1684 married WALLIS WARREN*************

DOROTHY 1691 md George DAUNT, Knockratowr Cork

RACHAEL md William DAUNT , KILCASKER

2. THOMAS KNOLLES, KILLEIGHY, son of THOMAS , married MARGARET HUNGERFORD of
ICHIDONY, Cork

THOMAS of KILLEIGHY eldest son of THOMAS b.1698 d. 1756 married 1715 Catherine, daughter of
Colonel RICHARD HUNGERFORD.

ELIZABETH KNOLLES and WALLIS WARREN had a son ROBERT WARREN, who married **********
ANNE CROOKE, sister of my 4xgreat grandfather **************WILLIAM CROOKE.
Knolles/Warrens/Hungerfords/Crookes/Radleys are all related. Thomas Crooke also married
Elizabeth Warren, sister of Sir Robert Warren. See also PHANE BEECHER page for further
Hungerford information.

CROOKE LINEAGE as related to Warrens of Warrenscourt. Source CLDS.****denotes relationship
(gt gfr)



THOMAS CROOKE of INCHIRAHELL and other properties in Cork m.bond 28/12/1687 ALICE dau. Of
WILLIAM FIELD of St Finbarrs Cork***************



1, WILLIAM CROOKE of INCHIRAHELL m. (Mar.bond 28 May, 1713) SUSANNA daughter of
…..WALLIS of St. Finbars Cork. and died 14th May 1775 aged 90 leaving issue Thomas of
Inchirahell dsp. (admon. Of will granted 21 Aug 1786)(Great Uncle)

2. THOMAS of whom presently.



1.. ANNE marr. bond 27th April 1716) ROBERT WARREN of KILBARRY or WARRENSCOURT.
KILBROGAN He died 1743.



2. ELINOR m. (mar.bond 20/2/1720) William Bayley of Nohoval.



Youngest.son THOMAS CROOKE of Inchirhell Co. Cork Freeman of Cork City 1/2/1713 M. (marr
bond 23 Nov. 1714) ELIZABETH , dau …. WARREN of Warrenscourt,Kilbrogan. Thomas died 1768 .
*************** ( 5times great grandparents)



WILLIAM CROOKE of Dereen, Magourney, Cork married 5/3/1753 ELIZABETH, E.d.o PHILIP HAWES
CROSS of Cronodymore , Aglish , Cork by his wife Elizabeth dau of HENRY BALDWIN of Mt
Pleasant Cork********** W.Crooke 4xtimes gt gp. Henry Baldwin 6xgt gfr and Philip Hawes Cross
5xgt gfr.



The issue of WILLIAM CROOKE and Elizabeth Cross are Wiliam of Ahavrin Cork md 1728 MARY
dau. of

REV RICHARD BROWNE of Coolcower( Rev Browne is related to Lindsays, Gardes)



ELIZABETH CROOKE md 1757 Capt. Robert Travers RN of Abbeyville Magourney Cork

ALICE CROOKE mar.1786 HENRY LINDSAY of MONALLIG, CANNAWAY CORK *******************He
mar Eliz Davies 2ndly but there was NO ISSUE. from her. Descent is from ALICE CROOKE.

CATHERINE CROOKE mar. WEB GILLMAN 1786

ANNE CROOKE mar PATRICK RONAYNE 1788.




Miscellaneous RADLEY/CROOKE/CROSS/KNOLLES/DAUNT/BUSTEED/CREAGH

INFORMATION. Burkes L.G.



William Thomas DAUNT married Margaret RADLEY 1829. Douglas Church, Cork. She was only
daughter of RICHARD FRANCES RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR.(my 2xgt gfr’s brother) Witnesses
Geo.Arbuckle and Philip Raymond Vestry Clerk.



WILLIAM DAUNT married Elizabeth HAWKES 1749. Daughter of JOHN HAWKES, Monteen CASTLE



GEORGE DAUNT married Martha TURNER daughter of Henry Turner and Dorothy Boyle 1650



HENRY DAUNT married Anne KNOLLES 1706 Daughter THOMAS KNOLLES and Margaret
HUNGERFORD.



GEORGE DAUNT, KNOCKATOUR married DOROTHY KNOLLES 1692, daughter of THOMAS
KNOLLES and DOROTHY BUSTEED



IN 1862 DORCAS BOUSFIELD CREAGH, dtr of BENJAMIN CREAGH esq of LAURENTINUM, CORK
married HENRY RADLEY esq of JANEVILLE, SUNDAY WELLS



BARRACHIA WALLIS of BALLYERENAN married 1688 ELLEN CROSS



ELLEN WALLIS married SYLVESTER CROSS…. year??



KNOLLES/BUSTEED/WARREN of WARRENCOURT are my Gt Grand parents (x times)




THE DESCENDENTS OF ROBERT WARREN of WARRENSCOURT ( son of WALLIS WARREN and
ELIZABETH KNOLLES( of OATLANDS) who married ANNE CROOKE, sister of WILLIAM CROOKE of
INCHERELL

Sir ROBERT WARREN, son of Robert Warren and Anne Crooke was created a Baron in 1784. His
first marriage was to Mary Carre, 6 sons and 5 dtrs.2nd marriage to ELIZABETH LAWNTON, 2 sons 2
dtrs. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir AUGUSTUS CARRE WARREN in 1811. SIR AUGUSTUS
married Mary, 3rd dtr of JAMES BERNARD of CASTLE BERNARD, sister of Earl of Bandon ,FRANCIS
BERNARD.

WARREN BARONS....
1. SIR ROBERT WARREN 1st Bar. 1723/1811
2. SIR AUGUSTUS CARRE WARREN 1754/1821
3. SIR AUGUSTUS WARREN 1791/1863
4. SIR JOHN BORLASE WARREN 1800/1863
5. SIR AUGUSTUS RIVERDALE WARREN 1833/1914
6. SIR AUGUSTUS RIVERSDALE JOHN BLENNERHASSETT 1865/1914
7. SIR AGUSTUS GEORGE DIGBY WARREN 1895/1958
8. SIR THOMAS RICHARD PENNEFEATHER WARREN 1885/1961
9. SIR BRIAN CHARLES PENNEFEATHER WARREN 1923/2006

CROOKES/RADLEYS share Great Ganndparents ....WARREN and Great Aunt...ANNE CROOKE with
the above people. THOMAS CROOKE(brother of Anne) married sister of Sir Robert Warren
........Elizabeth.






WILLIAM CAREY MARRIED MARY BOLEYN. ( She was sister of Anne Boleyn ) KATHERINE CAREY.

Their daughter, married SIR FRANCIS KNOLLYS K.G. Their son Francis KNOLLYS married Alice
BEECHER.

ALICE BEECHER was my 11 times great grandfather's daughter. KNOLLES of Oatlands, Cork, were
also my great grandparents.
KNOLLES/KNOWLES/KNOLLYS of Cork.

Sources GENEAL. HERALDIC DICTIONARY OF PEERAGE OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND ..... BURKE.
GENEALOGICAL AND HERALDIC HISTORY OF EXTINCT AND DORMANT BARONETCIES .... BURKE
The Knolles of Oatlands, Cork, claim descent from LORD KNOLLYS of England. THOMAS KNOLLES
was one of "49" officers who was granted land, after 1658, at Killeighy. Cork.This was under ACT
OF SETTLEMENT for Commonwealth soldiers. His daughter Elizabeth Knolles married WALLIS
WARREN. Both of these people are my GREAT GRANDPARENTS, through different lines.
The KNOLLYS lineage goes back to SIR FRANCIS KNOLLYS K.G who married CATHERINE CAREY,
the daughter of MARY BOLEYN CAREY. Mary was the sister of ANNE BOLEYN.
RICHARD KNOLLYs was the son of Sir Francis and Catherine. His son FRANCIS KNOLLYS married
1. Daughter of Sir Charles Wiseman and 2. ALICE BEECHER, daughter of Sir William Beecher,
brother of PHANE BEECHER,

SEE PHANE BEECHER PAGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. Alice Beecher Knollys had a daughter
DOROTHY KNOLLYS, who married WILLIAM BYAM GOVERNOR ANTIGUA

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DAUNT TO BULLEN

Indenture Tripartite dated 8 March 1727 between Wm. Daunt of Tracton Abby, Co Corke, Gent and
Achilles Daunt, eldest son and Heir of said Wm. Daunt of 1st part, Edward Bullen of Oldhead near
Kinsale, Co. Corke, Gent and Elizabeth Bullen youngest daur of sd Edward of 2nd part and Joseph
Bullen and William Bullen sons of sd Edward Bullen and Edward Porter of Tulligg and Thomas
Knolles of Killeagh in sd co, Gents.

Reciting Rt. Honble Richard, Lord Visct. Shannon by ind. of lease dated 30 Nov. 1699 demised to
Achilles Daunt deceased, father of Wm. Daunt, manors, towns, lands of Tracton Abby in Barony of
Kinalea, Co. Corke for 999 years at rent of £190. This lawfully came to Wm. Daunt.

Marriage intended between Achilles Daunt and Elizabeth Bullen.
Marriage portion £800.
Trustees of land: Joseph Bullen, Wm. Bullen,Edward Porter and Thomas Knolles
Annuity of £100 from rents to Wm. Daunt.
If no male heirs from sd marriage, land goes to younger sons of Wm. Daunt.
Wm. Daunt 2nd son
Baily Daunt 3rd son
George Daunt 4th son
James Daunt 5th son
Swithin Daunt 6th son
Jointure for Mary Daunt, present wife of Wm. Daunt senr. £40
Wits. Wm. Bullen Esq. Sovereign of Kinsale
Emanuel Hungerford, Clerk, vicar of parish of St. Multose, Kinsale.
Dennis Leary of Kinsale, Notary Publick.

Reg. 19 Nov. 1728

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BULLEN TO HODDER

Indenture of Lease and Release dated 10 and 11 Sept. 1716 between Edward Bullen of Oldhead,
Co. Corke, Gent of 1st part and Francis Hodder of St. Finbarrs. city of Corke, Esq.and John Bullen of
Corrohane(?) in sd Co. Gent of other part.
By release, Edward Bullen in consideration of a marriage agreed between Joseph Bullen Gent, his
eldest son and Heir apparent and Jane Hodder eldest daur of Francis Hodder and £600 marriage
portion paid by Francis Hodder to Edw. and Jos. Bullen, he (Edw) granted to Francis Hodder and
John Bullen , the castles, towns, villages, hamlets and lands of Ballinedowne, Ballyrea and Old
Court situate in Barony of Courcies, Co. Corke.
Wits . Edward Bridges of City of Corke, Merchant
George Hodder of same, Gent
Thomas Crone of same, Merchant
Robt Wallis, Notary Publick, City of Corke 8 Oct 1728
Reg. 15 Nov. 1728