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Jervois

JOSEPH JERVOIS I (circa 1653 - 1737)




JERVOIS CONNECTIONS …… My great grandmother, Elizabeth Jane Armstrong/Radley, was
descended from Elizabeth Jervois, daughter of Samuel Jervois of Brade House, Leap.

Elizabeth Jervois married John Murphy esq.about 1784. Her daughter Catherine Murphy
married Rev.Julius Armstrong, who was Elizabeth.Jane's father.

A picture of BRADE HOUSE is depicted here.















Brade, parish of Myross, Co. Cork.
A rather austere house that reserves its beauty for inside.
Photograph taken in 1962.

Picture courtesy R.ffolliott's IRISH ANCESTORS.



An interesting item is the following, collected from the Journal of IRISH GENEALOGIST 1967.

A message from 40 years ago…………Under queries……………

JERVOIS
Information wanted on parents of JOSEPH JERVOIS of Maryborough, County.Cork. Buried 23rd
February 1752 at BALLYMODAN, BANDON.

Grandson of JOSEPH JERVOIS of BRADE (will proved 1737) and wife ELIZABETH, daughter of
Captain John FREKE of BANDON, husband of FRANCES, daughter of REV.BARTHOLEMEW
THOMAS, RECTOR OF FERNS, and widow of ZACHARY CORNOCK OF CROMWELLSFORT his
cousin german (?) (J.Jervois, The Malt House, Nayland, Suffolk)



Joseph was born in the former sea-port of Barnstaple, about the year 1653, and was the second
surviving child of Captain Samuel Jervois by his first wife, Lattis Wescombe.

His formative years were spent with his mother's family in Barnstaple. This was because his
mother died when he was about two years old and his father was unable to provide a proper
home for his children, due to his employment as a military administrator in the unpacified
regions of County Cork.

After his mother's death in 1655, he and his elder brother Samuel were placed in the care of
their aunt, Miss Hannah Wescombe, and stayed with her until about the year 1662. At that time
the boys were taken into the home of their uncle, Captain William Wescombe. Some years
later, evidence in a law suit over ownership of the family silver (which concerned only his
brother Samuel) recounted his upbringing during those years. Samuel is described as having
been provided with "meat, drinke, washinge, lodginge and attendance suitable and fittinge to
his degree.........clothes and apparell and all other necessaries in linen and wool...shoes and
stockings, etc." to the value of some ten pounds per annum.

Samuel suffered from kidney stones and his uncle William was obliged to call on the services
of an apothecary and a physician, as well as providing the dozen or 13 bottles of white wine
necessary for the cure. The boys stayed with their uncle for about six and a half years, during
which time he saw to their education. They probably had only occasional visits from their
father as, having suffered some loss of property at the Restoration in 1660, he now needed to
work hard to consolidate his position at Glandore.

William Wescombe was a merchant in Barnstaple, as was his brother Jacob, so it is probable
that the boys were given a good grounding in the principles of commerce; both were
successful in business in later life. Samuel was baptised in the Barnstaple parish church in
1664, when he was about 12 years old. This would be a very late start if he were of the
established Church of England, but perhaps not so unusual if his father was an Anabaptist, as
some circumstantial evidence suggests. The Wescombes were all baptised as infants.

Early in 1669, Captain Samuel Jervois was married to Martha Salmon of Glandore. As a result,
he was able to provide a home for his family at Drom, near the village of Leap, a mile or two
from Glandore. The boys were escorted there by their uncle Jacob Wescombe. Joseph would
have been about seventeen and ready to enter adult life. The brothers probably continued to
live with their father for the next decade or so, until they were ready for marriage. Apart from
their father's guidance, they would have had some contact with their stepmother's relations,
especially her sister Mary, who was married to Colonel Thomas Sadlier of Sopwell Hall in
Tipperary. He was also a former Parliamentary soldier and administrator, and was known to
have been sympathetic to the Anabaptist movement, as his first wife had been "dipped" by that
sect.

In October, 1676, Joseph and his brother were sworn in as Freemen of the Borough of
Clonakilty, which was their market town and some eleven miles away by bridle-path. Their
election may have been a natural consequence of their father being a Burgess of that town
although, in later years, both were prominent in the management of the Borough.

Business affairs may have required Joseph to visit Bandon, the nearest fortified town in the
area and only another nine miles beyond Clonakilty. On such a visit, he may have met Captain
John Freke and his family as, in 1680, he was married to Captain Freke's daughter Elizabeth.
This marriage was highly advantageous, as it allied Joseph to several of the leading families
of the county. The fact that Joseph's brother Samuel followed his lead and married Elizabeth's
sister suggests that the brothers were close friends.

John Freke was a former Royalist officer and had married Mary, the daughter of Francis
Bernard (a Parliamentarian officer) of Castle Bernard, and widow of Thomas Poole (a Royalist
officer) of Knockanameele. It was here that the Frekes were living at the time of Joseph's
marriage, though John Freke was originally of Garretstown, near Kinsale. These marriages
between former Royalist and Parliamentarian families suggest that their differences were
submerged in the need for unity amongst the English settlers. It may have been through this
marriage that the family subsequently lived at Curravarahane, which adjoined both the Poole
and the Bernard properties.

Brade was built during this period and the newly-wed couple were soon settled there. Joseph
set about establishing the plantations of woodland that Charles Smith noticed favourably in his
history of Cork, which was published some seventy years later.

Joseph and Elizabeth had at least five children, of whom:

1. Samuel was the eldest boy and subsequently inherited Brade. He extended the family
business by building boulting mills for the grinding of corn and wheat. He married twice and
had children, but the legitimate male line of his family eventually became extinct. However,
most of the present Jervois descendants are of this line.

2. Joseph II, the second son, who was my ancestor and shall be the subject of a separate
essay.

3. William, who is said to have attained the rank of Captain in the army and to have built
Maryborough House, near Timoleague. He remained a bachelor, died relatively young and left
Maryborough to his brother Joseph.

4. Mary, who was married on 23 September, 1708 to Isaac Cornock of the City of Cork. A
memorial of their marriage settlement, dated 21 August, 1706 is in the Registry of Deeds,
Dublin. She was given a marriage portion of five hundred pounds and a jointure of eighty
pounds. He died in 1732, leaving an only son Zachery. She died in Bandon (probably at
Curravarahane) in 1761.

5. Elizabeth, who was married firstly, in 1717, to Captain Percy Smyth of Headborough. They
had a son and three daughters, of whom Esther married Francis Bernard and was the mother
of the first Earl of Bandon, and Anne who married Hibernicus Scott of Ballinagarragh and had
children. Elizabeth was married secondly, in 1727, to Francis Beamish of Kilmaloda and died
in the following year.

In 1696, Joseph was appointed a Justice of the Peace for County Cork and in 1698, together
with his brother Samuel, he leased the lands of Towmacdermod and Malagow from Daniel
O'Donovan of Banelaghan. This document is also in the Registry of Deeds, Dublin, and bears
both his signature and his seal of six ostrich feathers. The lands concerned are both in the
neighbouring parish of Drinagh and total about 524 acres.

Joseph continued to prosper and on 26 July, 1703, he was elected a burgess of Clonakilty and
for the next 24 years he continued to take an influential part in civic affairs. He acquired an
interest in various pieces of land in the district and also in Cork city, some of which remained
in the family until comparatively recent times. These include the lands of Cullane and
Rossmore. There is record of several leases and mortgages concerning Joseph during this
period and one of the more interesting describes Mary (Mrs Cornock) as his eldest daughter,
thus suggesting that he had at least two other daughters.

In 1713, on 19 October, he was elected to be the Sovereign of Clonakilty, an office which his
father had held and to which his elder son, Samuel, would be elected in 1729. On the same
day, his sons Samuel and Joseph were admitted Freemen of the Borough. His year of office
was so successful that, in an irregular election, his fellow burgesses voted that he should
continue in office for a further term. This was a contravention of the rights of the Lord of the
Borough and a week later the Recorder declared the election to be void. However, Joseph
continued in office and, on 24 November, 1714, a compromise was reached. The illegal
election was set aside by the Borough and the Lord of the Borough then confirmed the
appointment of Joseph as Sovereign, and so he served for a further year!

In 1727, he decided to retire from public life, and records show that he was disfranchised from
the corporation at that time and at his own request. It may have been then that he and his wife
left Brade and went to live with his younger son Joseph and his family at Curravarahane. It is
reasonable to suppose that his widowed daughter Mary Cornock also lived with them. Joseph
lived in retirement for another ten years and died at Curravarahane in 1737. His will was dated
19 June and was proved on 8 September of that year. In it, he mentioned his widow Elizabeth,
his surviving children Samuel, Joseph and Mary, and his Smyth grandchildren.

So ended a long and very full life. It is difficult to think of him as a Devon man, but it is unlikely
that he ever onsidered himself as anything else. The records suggest that he was a man of
considerable business ability and social skills.

William Jervois,
3rd Edition
24 June 2006


Reference William Jervois, Resident Genealogist, Albany Musuem, Grahamstown South Africa

ORIGIN of the name JERVOIS………. Usually derived from given name GERVAISE an English
form of GERVASIUS, comprised of Germanic elements "GERI" meaning spear, or vase, of
unknown meaning or One who came from JERVAULX (pronounced JARVIS) in N.Yorkshire,
site of a Cistercian Monastery and named for River URE and VAULX meaning Valley JERVIS
and Jervois is a variation of lst meaning and Gervis, Gervaise and Jarvis and are variations
of 2nd origin.
JOSEPH JERVOIS II (circa 1682 - 1752)

Joseph was born at Brade House in the parish of Myross, County Cork, about
the year 1682. He was the second son of Joseph Jervois of Brade by his
wife Elizabeth, daughter of Captain John Freke of Garretstown.

Nothing is known of his childhood, though having been born to Protestant
land-owning parents, he must have been aware of the hazards of survival in
the Catholic-dominated society which flourished in Ireland under the rule
of King James the second. This would have changed dramatically when he
was about 8 years old, as the victory of King William the third at the
battle of the Boyne meant that the family were assured of the Protestant
ascendancy which followed.

When he was about 30, he was admitted as a Freeman of the Borough of
Clonakilty, on the occasion of his father being installed as Sovereign of
that town on the 19th of October, 1713. It is possible that he was
already married to his wife Mary, whose maiden name is not recorded.

He is said to have inherited Maryborough, near Timoleague, from his younger
brother, Captain William Jervois. The house is mentioned in Smith's
History of Cork, which gives his brother as having built it. There is
no evidence to show that he ever lived there.

Both he and William were beneficiaries in their uncle Samuel's will, which
was written in 1717, but William was not mentioned in their father's will
1737, which suggests that he died before that date. David Jervois, the
merchant of Cork, must have been either a brother or a first cousin.
Davy, as he was known, married Catherine Barrington in 1724 and died in
or before 1740.

It seems likely that Joseph spent most of his adult life in the vicinity
of Bandon, and may have farmed Curravarahane (in the parish of Ballymodan),
which had been the property of his maternal grandfather. He must have
been a man of substance, for in a deed dated 20 October, 1721, his father
gave him the right to redeem a property in Roche's buildings in Cork city,
provided that he paid a sum of 300 pounds to the trustees of his sister's
dowry.

It is not known when his son Joseph III was born, but it is likely that
he was the eldest child. His son Isaac died in 1719 and was buried in
the neighbouring parish of Kilbrogan. It is probable that he had other
children. Thomas Jervois, who was buried at Ballymodan in 1753, was almost
certainly a son of Joseph and Mary. It is curious that none of these
children were mentioned in family wills.

Joseph must have had his father living with him in his retirement as that
gentleman's will, which was proved in 1737, describes him as being of
Curravarahane. A few years later, in 1745, Mary died and was buried at
Ballymodan churchyard on the 2nd of April.

Joseph lived on for another seven years. His death occurred in 1752, the
same year as that for his eldest son, Joseph III.

As mentioned before, Thomas Jervois was buried on 19th November, 1753.
The register describes him as the son of Mrs Mary Jervois. This
description could serve to differentiate his mother from Mrs Frances
Jervois, the wife of Joseph Jervois III. There is no evidence of Thomas
having married or of having left a will.

It has been suggested that he held a commission in the Life Guards, though
no record of this has been found. Joseph II was not a conspicuous
member of the family, in that there is no evidence of the successes that
were enjoyed by his father and elder brother Samuel. In that which is
said to be his portrait, one may detect the whimsical gaze of a gentleman
of leisure.

W. Jervois
Albany Museum
Grahamstown 6139
South Africa

Joseph II
I think that Elizabeth FREKE would be my 5th Great grandmother

FREKE

JOHN FREKE born 11 June 1615, son of William Freke and Ann SWAINE, married MARY BERNARD
POOLE, daughter of FRANCIS BERNARD of Castle BERNARD.

Children of JOHN & FRANCES (BERNARD) are Anne FREKE married Francis BEAMISH.
........................ELIZABETH FREKE married JOSEPH JERVOIS. (my 4xgreat grandparents).

Alice FREKE married Samuel JERVOIS... Mary, Margaret and Catherine.

Information courtesy of STEPHEN FRAKES - The STORY of FAMILY FRAKES.


FREKE NOTATIONS….. The following are the names of members, and dates, of those who
represented, in Parliament, BALTIMORE, CORK. A number of FREKE names are there.

1613 April 20th, SIR THOMAS CROOKE, Knight, Baltimore; Henry Pierce, Esq Dublin

1634 June 1st-Lott Peere Esq, Edward Skipwith Esq. December (same year) James Travers Esq.
vice Peere, absent in England on special business.

1639 February 24th Bryan Jones Esq; Henry Knyveton Esq. April10th Sir Nicholas Purdon Knt.
Ballyclough; Richard Townsend Esq. Castle Townsend.

1661 Richard Townsend Esq; Castle Townsend

1692 September 19th COLONEL THOMAS BEECHER Sr. of SHERKEY, Edward Richardson
gent.Moorestown

1695 July 13th COLONEL THOMAS BEECHER Sr. Edward RICHARDSON Gent.

1703 August 19th PERCY FREKE Esq. RATHBARRY. THOMAS BEECHER ESQ SHERKEY.

1707 Edward Riggs Esq. Riggsdale, vice BEECHER, deceased.

1709 May 10th Francis Langston, Esq. Rathbarry, vice BEECHER decd.

1713 October 26th Hon.Richard Barry. MICHAEL BEECHER ESQ

1715 November 1st Hon.William Southwell; MICHAEL BEECHER ESQ.

1721 Sept 26th SIR PERCY FREKE, Bar. CASTLE FREKE, Richard Tonson Esq Dunkettle

1728 April27th SIR JOHN FREKE.. BART. Vice FREKE decd ,

1761 November 30th William Clement Esq. Dublin, vice FREKE returned for City of Cork.

1768 July 2nd SIR JOHN FREKE . BART. Richard Tonson Esq. Baltimore

1775 J.Deane Esq

1778 William Evans Esq.

1781 James Chatterton Esq.

1783 Lord Sudley. Richard Longfield Esq.

1790 Richard Grace Esq

1797 George Evans Esq.

Source HISTORY OF BANDON


FREKE GENEALOGY courtesy of STEPHEN FRAKES whose URL is on links page.



A connection to SHURLEYS OF ISFIELD See also Crookes..



SIR THOMAS FREKE married Elizabeth Taylor . He was son of Robert Freke and Alice Swaine,
born 1563.



His son John married Jane SHURLEY. John born 1589. Jane was daughter of Sir John Shurley of
Isfield, Sussex



Their child ELIZABETH FREKE (LADY) married SIR RICHARD BROWNLOW. Born 1623.



WILLIAM FREKE, son of ROBERT AND ALICE SWAINE Born 1577 married ANNE SWAIN daughter of
ARTHUR SWAINE ESQ.



Their granddaughter who was ELIZABETH FREKE married to JOSEPH JERVOIS 1680



Issue SAMUEL JERVOIS whose daughter was ELIZABETH JERVOIS married to JOHN MURPHY my
3xgt gps.



I would assume these two members of the FREKE family ( WILLIAM and SIR THOMAS) were
brothers and married into branches of SWAINE family (either sisters or cousins)

FURTHER INFORMATION ON FREKE/SWAIN/SWAYNE/JERVOIS LINES.



STEPHEN FRAKES kindly allowed me to take some information from his website (URL is on Links
page)



ROBERT FREKE married ALICE SWAYNE. He was Teller and Auditor to Exchequer for King Henry
VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.Their issue was…..



Sir THOMAS FREKE, born 1563 married ELIZABETH TAYLOR SMITH.(This is Stephen Frakes Line)
Sir Thomas Freke and William Freke(married to Ann Swaine) were brothers. William Freke and
Anne Swaine were my 7 x gt grandparents. Anne Swaine/Swayne must have been a cousin. Her
father was Arthur Swain/Swayne.Their son John Freke married Frances Bernard and their
daughter, Elizabeth Freke married Joseph Jervois(another gt. grparent) which connects Stephen
(FREKE line)/SHURLEY /JERVOIS/RADLEY/CROOKE /ARMSTRONG .



An interesting note - ROBERT FREKE Teller and Auditor to the Exchequer for King Henry VIII
Edward VI and Mary and Elizabeth., purchased the manor and estate (SHROTON IN DORSET
originally known as Iwern Courtney) from William 1st Earl of Pembroke William Herbert, 2nd
Gentleman of Privy Chamber to Henry VIII. My 5 gt grandmother was Elizabeth Baldwin of
Mossgrove daughter of Henry Baldwin and Joanne Field. It would seem that all these Anglo/Irish
families were closely related..

JERVOIS INFORMATION RESEARCHED BY……..WILLIAM JERVOIS, RESIDENT GENEALOGIST,
ALBANY MUSEUM, SOUTH AFRICA.



Alicia smith m. 23RD November 1826 the Rev.John Murphy, B.A. Treasurer of Cork, son of JOHN
MURPHY of Newtown, Co.Cork, by ELIZABETH , dau of SAMUEL JERVOIS of BRADE.(my 3xgreat
gps) Issue:-



i. Jane Murphy m the Rev.Thomas Hare Brady . Rector. Kanturk.



ii. Alicia Murphy m 6th October 1855 Henry Walter GARDE, M.D son of Rev.John Garde, Vicar of
Ballynafagh, dio. Kildare, by Elizabeth Frances, dau of Robert Boles, and by him, who d.24 March
1890. had:-



1. John Robert Garde, Naval Merchant Serv. B 17th August 1857. m. 31st Oct 1889 Josephine
Margaret only dau. Of Alexander Walter Lapsly C.E of Lima Peru and has:



Henry Walter Garde b.June 1893



2. Henry Frederick Charles Garde b 1858 d.1867



3. Godfrey Ernest Garde M.D b 1860 m 18th October 1888 Phyliss Edith Gowan, y.d.o of George
Frazer, of the Pines Creswick and has



1. Henry Walter Garde

2. Godfrey Garde

1. Alice Frances Garde



4. Arthur Drury Garde b 1861 d.young

5.William JERVOIS Garde d. young.

6.Robert Boles Garde Engineer R.N m 12th Sept 1899 Caroline Amy Ethel ydo T.B.M Richards of
Ellesmere Mutley

7. Henry Walter Ormonde Garde M.D… R.N m 2nd Nov.1898 Ethel d/o Surgeon Major Burrows of
Trewbridge House, Crediton, Devon.



1 Alice Frances Garde m 21st July 1889 the Rev William Edward Flewett, B.D Rector of Midleton
Co.Cork and has



1.. Henry Walter Flewett b 30th Oct.1892



2. William Edward Flewett b 19th Aug.1894

3. Robert King Flewett b 26 May 1897

4 John Godfrey Flewett b 10th Dec.1900



1. Alice Janet Millicent Flewett

2. Elizabeth Henrietta Garde m 5/6/1901 Capt. Charles Edward Phipps R.A son of Matthew Wise
Phipps of Eastcote Houise Northampshire.

iv. Matilda Murphy m. Dr Clarke



JOHN MURPHY and ELIZABETH JERVOIS are my 3x great grandparents. See RADLEY/LEADER
page for descendents of John & Elizabeth (Murphy/Armstrong/Radley.) Many thanks to
William(JERVOIS)






GARDE INFORMATION…….



Rev.CHRISTOPHER LEONARD GARDE son of WILLIAM GARDE, Cove, Shipmaster, by Catherine
Bible, Queenstown Cork; Bap.10/2/1849 Trinity College Dublin B.A 1875 M.A 1883 .



PHINEAS GARDE Silversmith, Cork



RICHARD GARDE esq. buried Aug 1816. Ballymody Parish Recs. 1805/1873



IMOKILLY HORSE 1778 Militia William Garde Secretary.

THE CORK EXAMINER, 8/1/1847 NEWSPAPER EXTRACT



MARRIAGE On the 4th instant at Ahern Church, by Rev.George Nason, Vicar of Ahern, JOHN
GARDE BROWNE ESQ. Barrister at Law, Herbert Place Dublin, second son of the late JOHN
BROWNE(,who was married to JANE GARDE,) Coolcower House, in the county. ESQ to MARY
FRANCES, e.d.o Major Crocker, Lisfinny Castle Waterford…. John Garde Browne was son of JOHN
BROWNE and JANE GARDE.


FREEMANS JOURNAL 1856 29/10 NP Marriage MURPHY Alicia October 21 at Bantry, HENRY
WALTER GARDE ESQ MD of TIMOLEAGUE CORK to ALICIA, 2nd dtr of the REV.JOHN MURPHY,
Vicar Bantry.

See LINDSEY SECTION also, for connection to GARDE BROWNE.

GARDE/BROWNE, INFORMATION



1876 Return of Owners of Land……. BROWNE JOHN GARDE Passage, Cork 1474 ac l.rood.

GARDE WILLIAM COOLCOWER HOUSE MACROOM 1699 ac.l0 perches

Edward Garde , 5 ac 3 roods 10 perches.

Dr.Henry Garde, Timelogue ,218 ac 20 p.

Henry Garde, Dublin ,359 ac 1rood 20 perches

John Davis Garde , Dublin, 98 ac.3rood 5 perches

Miss Garde , 62 acres 3 roods 25 perches

Thomas Garde , Ballincurra House, Midleton

Garde & Co. Thomas H. Queenstown , 341 acres 3 roods 20 perches

William Garde Bilbery Midleton 132 ac.



WILLS CORK AND ROSS 1568/1800.



Garde Ann, Widow, Castlemartyr, 1791

Benjamin, Ballbutler, 1785

Henry Mt Bell 1790

John, Kilbarry 1775

Richard ,Garrymore 1796

Thomas, Kilmackahill 1684

William, Ballybane 1714

William , Rathcanon 1729

Roger, St Mary Shannon 1627



Browne Anthony Midleton 1749

Francis, Youghall 1776

Henry, Ballyhooly 1785

Mary. Youghall 1797

Rev.Richard Coolcower 1736

Rev.Robert Castlelyons, 1677

Susana Browne, widow, Carrahine.



A little inhouse fighting…..Pue’s Occurrences and Nick Reddans News.extracts….



SAMPSON JERVOIS son & heir of SAMUEL JERVOIS decd...Plaintiff;…. Richard Browne, a minor,
by his guardian MARY BROWNE and said Mary BROWNE and FARR BROWNE administrators of
Richard Brown …., decree to sell the lands of DUNDARICK, Barony of MUSKERRY. CORK. 4th July,
1739.



Gardes/Brownes/Jervois are all my great grandparents.

FROM FAMINE RELIEF COMMISSION PAPERS 1845/47



NA ref No.RLFC3/2/6/ Source.



REV.THOMAS WILLIAM GARDE, curate of Ightermurragh, requesting application forms for the
British Relief Association, enquiring why there has been no action taken following his return of a
list of queries and noting the spread of distress and disease in his parish. 25/01-503/1847 Imokilly
Cork

IRISH DEATH NOTICE INDEX…..Courtesy DENNIS AHERN ….. IRELAND OLD NEWS



GARDE Widow of John Cork City Cork IR. Constitution or C.M.P 1822/9/16

GARDE Bridget, Ballyverigan, Youghal , Cork Cork Examiner 1901 12/27

GARDE Charles Broderick , 19, Youghal Cork Examiner 1861 3/20

GARDE Henrietta Andrews Miss ,16 , Youghal Cork Cork Examiner 1856/4/1

GARDE Kate Susan , 8. Rose Hill Cork 1856/6/23

GARDE Martha Tramore Wat Irl. Cork Examiner 1862/9/30

GARDE Mary (Crofts) Cork Cork Examiner 1864/9/14

GARDE Richard Davis , 69 , Dublin C.E. 1853/7/20

GARDE Thomas, 66 , Castlematyr C.E 1864/4/2

GARDE William . Billberry House Cork 1846 1/2

GARDE INFORMATION



HENRY PRENDERGAST GARDE, BALNACURRA Freeman of Corporation of Felhard, Tipperary 1774

EDWARD GARDE, Middleton owner of 5 acres

Dr. HENRY GARDE, Timeleague, 218 acres

JOHN DAVIS GARDE Dublin 6 acres

MISS GARDE Cork 16 acres

MISS GARDE 62 Acres



THOMAS GARDE, BALNACURRA HOUSE .

MIDDLETON 136 acres

WILLIAM GARDE BILBERRY 132 acres



ENNIS CHRONICLE OBIT. death 25/10/1808 ANNE GARDE wife of Richard Creagh Odell,
Newcastle, 3 eldest children were Sarah 23/9/1792 Richard 23/3/1794 and Elizabeth Eleanor 29th
Oct. 1795 Land at Ballyhahill 78 acres.



GARDE versus GARDE Re settlement of 3/7/1801 certain freehold lands were settled by THOMAS
GARDE on eldest son JOHN GARDE and his issue with ultimate remainder to Henry Garde (2nd
son) in fee. THOMAS died 1806.He had 2 sons John and Henry Prendergast. John died 1832.
Widow Anne, daughter of Christopher Frederick Musgrave. No issue. Everything left to THOMAS
the eldest son of Henry Prendergast Garde. Henry Prendergast Garde had 3 sons. Thomas
Edward and Henry.

PREROGATIVE WILL OF SAMUEL POMERAY 1701 Proved 20th January 1703



To be buried at Castlemanger

Daughters Martha wife of William Holmes Susanna wife of Thomas Campion ANNA, now wife of
SAMUEL JERVOIS. **** Sarah wife of Daniel Webb Rebecca wife of Francis Drew.

Grandchildren Mary, Isabella, Martha, Thomas Coakley

Overseers 3 sons in law.

Wit. Philip Allen. ROBERT RADLEY,***** Abraham Allen

GRANDSONS thomas and Samuel Holmes

Proved 1703 byThomas Holmes Pomeray alias Thomas Holmes Grandson.

Some information on BOLES related to MURPHY/JERVOIS/GARDE/FLEWETT



RETURN LANDOWNERS 1876……..

Robert Boles rep. of SPOTISWOOD BOLES, Springfield, 540 acres.Value 447 pounds Sterling.

George Bowles Ahern House, Tallow 1192 acres Val 1193 pounds Sterling.



JOHN BOLES of INCH 1696 leased to Samuel Terry, a house bounded by Millstreet From Terrys of
Cork. 1600/2000

There are 50 BOLES in Griffith Valuation. 21 in Cork. and others in various counties.
and 90 BOWLES, 30 of whom are in Cork. Source Griffith Val.1848/64



WILLIAM EDWARD FLEWETT. Bishop of Cloyne and Ross 1861/1938 is buried Holy Trinity Church.
Frankfield, Douglas. He married ALICE GARDE 1899 daughter of HENRY WALTER GARDE and
ALICE MURPHY.

John Garde Vicar of Ballinafach married Elizabeth daughter of ROBERT BOLES esq

Ann Garde married 1784 John BOLES esq of Sprinffield

Thomas Garde of Dunsfort md 1742 Elizabeth, dtr of Samuel BOLES of Dunsfort.

My 5x gt grandmother was JANE GARDE married to JOHN BROWNE of Coolcower Hse Cork. Their
daughter Mary Browne married THOMAS LINDSAY of Peak. 4xgt gps.




REGISTRY OF DEEDS, Dublin. V.3 JERVOIS SAMUEL Cork Esq.


26 Oct.1786

Trustees Thos.Sarsfield. Doughcloyne, South Liberties of Cork and Wm.Colburn of Cork Gent. His
wife MARY JERVOIS, B/I/L RICHARD MOORE, Cork esq. Councillor at law.

Seized of town and lands of Baneshill, Lissalagrigg, Rossmore, Caherconway, Drovine, Killberry
otherwise Killbree, otherwise Castlelukee, Bealnagree, Kindicassane otherwise Rindicassane(?
Deendacussane) and Coolmane in Co.Cork and the town and lands of Ballysheehane otherwise
Cullenagh, otherwise Coolnatullagh and Curryganore Co.Tipperary as described in the settlement
made on his intermarriage of 16 Jan.1760. For use of his wife and then to his b/i/l subject to
payment of 200 pounds for the purposes mentioned in his will.

Wit Joseph Capel Cloghrue esq. Robert McCarthy, Carrignavare Esq and JOHN HAWKES jr.
SURMOUNT ESQ all of Cork. Mem.wit by John Hearst and Jonas Dunn both of Dublin attorney at
law.

RICHARD MOORE (SEAL)


Castle Freke now
Castle Freke then
SOURCE ALLEN FAMILY Page 18 BURKES FAMILY RECORDS 1976.

ROBERT RADLEY married MARY ALLEN daughter of ABRAHAM ALLEN AND REBECCA CLEMENTS.
ROBERT lived at KNOCKRAUR.

ABRAHAM ALLEN was son of PHILIP ALLEN and MARY GILLMAN. PHILIP ALLEN was son of
ABRAHAM ALLEN and MARY HAWKES. MARY was daughter of HENRY GILLMAN. On the will of
SAMUEL POMEROY he mentions Robert Radley and Abraham Allen. As Overseers.

This might tie in with THOMAS RADLEY married to MARGARET PURDON. One of their daughters
married an ALLEN……. HAWKES married into CROOKEs and GILLMAN. There appears to be a
connection to the above POMEROY will also.

BETHAM WILLS J 1767-1799 LDS FILM 0595943 VOL.38 No.193

JERVOIS SAMUEL City Cork Esq dated 28th Oct. 1786 Pd 28 Aug 1787

Wife MARY JERVOIS

BROTHER IN LAW RICHARD MOORE Barrister at Law**** Crooke page for “Moore” info.

DAUGHTER MARGARET MOORE

BROTHER JOHN JERVOIS

SISTER CATHERINE wife of JOHN MURPHY

SISTER IN LAW MARTHER SADLER, WIFE OF HENRY SADLER

NIECE ANNE SADLER

KINSMAN WILLIAM GIFFORD GSON CAPT GIFFORD

Information on JOHN MURPHY of BANTRY. Researched by WILLIAM JERVOIS, Genealogist.

JOHN MURPHY married to ELIZABETH JERVOIS.( My 3x gt grandparents.), abt 1784(?) daughter of
SAMUEL JERVOIS, BRADE HOUSE, LEAP

JOHN MURPHY was of the family of MURPHY of NEWTOWN, an estate of 330 acres near BANTRY.
His father was probably the M.MURPHY of NEWTOWN who is listed in Vol 2 of the 1837 edition of
“TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF IRELAND” JOHN is mentioned in WILLIAM MAZIERE BRADY’s
“PAROCHIAL RECORDS OF DIOCESES OF CORK.CLOYNE AND ROSS” His son was REV.JOHN
MURPHY, Treasurer of Diocese and who was married to ALICE SMITH. (See Family of Green of
Youghal Co.Cork, by T.B.Swanzy and H.B.Green page 56. The Green book lists their descendents.


Note….REV. JULIUS ARMSTRONG 2xgt gfr married CATHERINE MURPHY c.1824. His sister JANE
ARMSTRONG married MICHAEL MURPHY. See Armstrong /Besnard page



BETHAM WILL ABSTRACTS LDS film O595943 transcribed by JOAN PLATT

JERVOIS SAMUEL, BRADE, Cork dated 26 May 1790 Pd 3/10/1795

Wife ELLEN JERVOIS

Son JOSEPH

DAU. SUSANNA JERVOIS, sister of same

DAU. MARTHA JERVOIS

DAU.MARIA JERVOIS

DAUGHTER ELLEN JERVOIS

DAUGHTER ELIZABETH MURPHY wife of JOHN******* MY 3x GT GPS(webpage owner)

SAMUEL brother Joseph

SAMSON and WILLIAM brothers of same

JERVOIS JOSEPH dated Pd 19 Oct 1796

Mother ELLEN JERVOIS

Sisters Sussana Martha Mary and Ellen Jervois



JERVOIS SAMUEL of Droome Cork Esq. dated 15 Aug.1717 Pd 10 Dec 1725

Eldest son Samson

Nephew Samuel e.s of brother Joseph

Nephew Joseph 2nd son brother Joseph

Nephew William 3rd son brother Joseph

Dau. Ann Jervois

William Scott and Maryanne Jervois(b1799/1869)
Cousin of Catherine Jervois Murphy, my 2nd great grandmother.
Benjamin Bousfield Scott cousin of Jervois
Elizabeth MaryJane Poole, wife of Benjamin Bousfield Scott