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This is a draft tree and likely contains several errors needing the benefit of input from many careful readers (and I will make changes when notified). It is also huge - running to close to 30 pages. It incorporates the BROWNEs of Westport, Co. Mayo as well as the BROWNEs of Janeville, Co. Down. This detailed tree would not be anywhere near as complete were it not for the contributions of many kind souls. Deirdre McEvoy, Wendy Jack and William Stranney deserve special mention. NOTE: The footnotes are worth reading for the stories they contain.
Sharon Oddie Brown. August 20, 2008

 

Descendants of John Browne

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  JOHN5 BROWNE  (ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)1,2,3,4 died 1588.  He married ANNE CARDIFFE5, daughter of NICHOLAS KARDYFF. 

     

Child of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE CARDIFFE is:

2.           i.   JOSIAS6 BROWNE, b. 1587; d. 1634.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  JOSIAS6 BROWNE (JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)6 was born 1587, and died 1634.  He married JOAN BERMINGHAM. 

More About JOSIAS BROWNE:

Burial: Kilmaine

     

Children of JOSIAS BROWNE and JOAN BERMINGHAM are:

3.           i.   JOHN7 BROWNE, b. 1605; d. 1670.

4.          ii.   VALENTINE BROWNE.

5.         iii.   ANDREW BROWNE.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  JOHN7 BROWNE (JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)7 was born 16058, and died 1670.  He married MARY BROWNE 1626, daughter of DOMINICK BROWNE. 

More About JOHN BROWNE:

Burial: Abbey of Ross in County Galway

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and MARY BROWNE are:

6.           i.   JOHN8 BROWNE, b. 1638; d. Abt. 1711.

7.          ii.   GEORGE BROWNE, d. 1698.

8.         iii.   DOMINICK BROWNE, d. of Braeffey, Co. Mayo.

 

 

4.  VALENTINE7 BROWNE (JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  He married MARY ALFORD. 

SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun 2001

     

Child of VALENTINE BROWNE and MARY ALFORD is:

9.           i.   JOSIAS8 BROWNE, d. 1726.

 

 

5.  ANDREW7 BROWNE (JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)9.  He married CATHERINE BURKE. 

     

Child of ANDREW BROWNE and CATHERINE BURKE is:

10.         i.   VALENTINE8 BROWNE, d. Abt. 1704.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

6.  JOHN8 BROWNE (JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 1638, and died Abt. 1711.  He married MAUDE BOURKE 1669, daughter of THEOBALD BOURKE. 

     

Child of JOHN BROWNE and MAUDE BOURKE is:

11.         i.   PETER9 BROWNE, b. 1670; d. 1724.

 

 

7.  GEORGE8 BROWNE (JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)10 died 1698.  He married ALICIA BINGHAM, daughter of HENRY BINGHAM. 

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and ALICIA BINGHAM is:

12.         i.   JOHN9 BROWNE, d. 1711.

 

 

8.  DOMINICK8 BROWNE (JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) died in of Braeffey, Co. Mayo.  He married BARBARA TALBOT11, daughter of SIR HENRY TALBOT. 

 

Notes for DOMINICK BROWNE:IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Captain Dominick Browne (who married Barbara Talbot, daughter of Sir William Talbot, 1st Baronet, of Carton, Co Kildare), 3rd son of : Sir John Browne, 1st Baronet (+ 1670]."

 

     

Child of DOMINICK BROWNE and BARBARA TALBOT is:

13.         i.   ANDREW9 BROWNE, d. of Braeffey, Co. Mayo.

 

 

9.  JOSIAS8 BROWNE (VALENTINE7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) died 1726.  He married ANASTASIA KIRWAN. 

 

Notes for JOSIAS BROWNE:SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun2001: "Josias Browne (+ 1726 ; who married Anastasia Kirwan ; there is a tombstone inscription in Kilmaine's church which reads : "Pray for Iozeias Browne of Ellistron and Anstas Kirwan his wife 1726"), eldest son of Valentine Browne"

 

     

Child of JOSIAS BROWNE and ANASTASIA KIRWAN is:

14.         i.   VALENTINE9 BROWNE.

 

 

10.  VALENTINE8 BROWNE (ANDREW7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)12 died Abt. 1704.  He married MAUD LOVELOCK. 

 

Child of VALENTINE BROWNE and MAUD LOVELOCK is:

15.         i.   GEORGE9 BROWNE.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

11.  PETER9 BROWNE (JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)13,14 was born 167015, and died 1724.  He married MARY DALY, daughter of DENIS DALY. 

More About PETER BROWNE:

Burial: Burrishoole, Co. Mayo

     

Children of PETER BROWNE and MARY DALY are:

16.         i.   EARL OF ALTAMONT 1ST JOHN10 BROWNE, b. 1709; d. 04 Jul 1776.

             ii.   UNNAMED BROWNE.

            iii.   UNNAMED BROWNE.

 

 

12.  JOHN9 BROWNE (GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)16 died 1711.  He married (1) ANNE HAMILTON.    He married (2) JULIA BELLEW. 

 

Children of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE HAMILTON are:

17.         i.   HENRY10 BROWNE, d. 1746.

18.        ii.   MABEL BROWNE.

19.       iii.   ELIZABETH BROWNE.

20.       iv.   SIR JOHN BROWNE, d. 1756.

 

 

13.  ANDREW9 BROWNE (DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)17 died in of Braeffey, Co. Mayo.  He married ELEANOR ALLINOR KIRWAN. 

 

Child of ANDREW BROWNE and ALLINOR KIRWAN is:

21.         i.   DOMINICK10 BROWNE, b. 1701; d. 1776.

 

 

14.  VALENTINE9 BROWNE (JOSIAS8, VALENTINE7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)

 

Notes for VALENTINE BROWNE: SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun2001 "eldest son"

     

Child of VALENTINE BROWNE is:

22.         i.   ROBERT10 BROWNE.

 

 

15.  GEORGE9 BROWNE (VALENTINE8, ANDREW7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)18.  He married ELIZABETH BROWNE, daughter of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE HAMILTON. 

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and ELIZABETH BROWNE is:

23.         i.   JOHN10 BROWNE, d. 1762.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

16.  EARL OF ALTAMONT 1ST JOHN10 BROWNE (PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)19,20,21 was born 1709, and died 04 Jul 177622.  He married ANNE GORE23 Dec 1729, daughter of ARTHUR GORE and ELIZABETH ANNESLEY.  She died 07 Mar 177124.

 

More About EARL OF ALTAMONT 1ST JOHN BROWNE:

Burial: 07 Jul 1776, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE GORE are:

24.         i.   EARL OF ALTAMONT 2ND PETER11 BROWNE, b. 1730; d. 28 Dec 1780.

25.        ii.   ARTHUR BROWNE, b. 14 Mar 1731, Westport House, Co. Mayo; d. 21 Jul 1779, Boston, New England.

            iii.   JAMES BROWNE25, b. Aft. 1730, Ireland26; d. 1790, Ireland.

26.       iv.   ANNE BROWNE, b. Bef. 1747; d. 21 Feb 1815.

27.        v.   GEORGE BROWNE, b. 1756.

            vi.   HENRY BROWNE27, b. 1738; d. 28 Jan 1811, Molesworth Street, Dublin28,29; m. UNNAMED LYNCH30.

28.      vii.   JOHN BROWNE, b. Aft. 1730.

 

 

17.  HENRY10 BROWNE (JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) died 1746.  He married MARY ROBINSON. 

 

Notes for HENRY BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Henry Browne of Knockmore & Manulla (+ 1746 ; who married Mary Robinson), 3rd son of : Captain Sir John Browne, 3rd Baronet ."

 

     

Child of HENRY BROWNE and MARY ROBINSON is:

29.         i.   JOHN11 BROWNE, b. 1736; d. 1820.

 

 

18.  MABEL10 BROWNE (JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  She married DOMINICK BROWNE31, son of ANDREW BROWNE and ALLINOR KIRWAN.  He was born 1701, and died 1776.

 

Notes for DOMINICK BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Dominick Browne (1701-1776 ; who married Mabel Browne, daughter of Sir John Browne of The Neale, 3rd Baronet, and Anne d'Arcy, daughter of Martin d'Arcy of Houndswood, Co Mayo), only son of : Andrew Browne."

NOTE: I don't know which wife to attach the children to and have chosen the first wife. Can fix later.

     

Child of MABEL BROWNE and DOMINICK BROWNE is:

30.         i.   ANDREW NICHOLAS11 BROWNE.

 

 

19.  ELIZABETH10 BROWNE (JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  She married GEORGE BROWNE32, son of VALENTINE BROWNE and MAUD LOVELOCK. 

 

Notes for GEORGE BROWNE: Child is listed above under (15) George Browne.

 

20.  SIR JOHN10 BROWNE (JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)33,34,35 died 175636.  He married (1) CATHERINE BLAKE, daughter of SIR WALTER BLAKE.    He married (2) MARGARET DODWELL 30 Jun 172236, daughter of ESQ. HENRY DODWELL. 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and MARGARET DODWELL are:

31.         i.   SIR GEORGE11 BROWNE.

32.        ii.   SIR JOHN BROWNE, b. 20 May 1726; d. 07 Jun 1794.

33.       iii.   DODWELL BROWNE, b. Abt. 1730; d. 1796.

            iv.   PALMER BROWNE37.

             v.   HENRY BROWNE37,38.

 

 

21.  DOMINICK10 BROWNE (ANDREW9, DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)39 was born 1701, and died 1776.  He married (1) ANNE D'ARCY, daughter of MARTIN D'ARCY.    He married (2) MABEL BROWNE, daughter of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE HAMILTON. 

 

Notes for DOMINICK BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Dominick Browne (1701-1776 ; who married Mabel Browne, daughter of Sir John Browne of The Neale, 3rd Baronet, and Anne d'Arcy, daughter of Martin d'Arcy of Houndswood, Co Mayo), only son of : Andrew Browne."

NOTE: I don't know which wife to attach the children to and have chosen the first wife. Can fix later.

     

Children of DOMINICK BROWNE and ANNE D'ARCY are:

34.         i.   ANDREW NICHOLAS11 BROWNE.

             ii.   JOHN EDMOND BROWNE40.

 

     

Child is listed above under (18) Mabel Browne.

 

22.  ROBERT10 BROWNE (VALENTINE9, JOSIAS8, VALENTINE7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)

 

Notes for ROBERT BROWNE:

SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun2001 "3rd son"

     

Child of ROBERT BROWNE is:

35.         i.   ARTHUR11 BROWNE, d. 1841.

 

 

23.  JOHN10 BROWNE (GEORGE9, VALENTINE8, ANDREW7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)41 died 1762.  He married CATHERINE DALY. 

     

Child of JOHN BROWNE and CATHERINE DALY is:

36.         i.   GEORGE11 BROWNE, d. Abt. 1801.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

24.  EARL OF ALTAMONT 2ND PETER11 BROWNE (JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)42 was born 173043,44, and died 28 Dec 1780.  He married ELIZABETH KELLY45 16 Apr 175246, daughter of CHIEF JUSTICE DENNIS KELLY.  She died 01 Aug 176546.

     

Children of PETER BROWNE and ELIZABETH KELLY are:

37.         i.   MARQUESS OF SLIGO JOHN DENNIS12 BROWNE, b. 11 Jun 1756; d. 02 Jun 1809, Lisbon, Portugal.

38.        ii.   DENIS BROWNE, b. 1759; d. 14 Aug 1828, Claremorris, Co. Mayo.

            iii.   ANNE BROWNE, b. Abt. 176247; d. 15 Aug 181448; m. OTTWAY CUFF, 178549; b. 25 Nov 173749; d. 09 Aug 180449.

            iv.   CHARLOTTE BROWNE50, b. Abt. 1764; d. 23 Jan 1849, Stephens Green, Dublin51; m. JOHN MAHON, 09 Jan 1794; b. 24 Nov 1764; d. 183451.

 

Notes for CHARLOTTE BROWNE:

4th daughter

 

Notes for JOHN MAHON:

SOURCE: Thanks to an email from Mitchell Adams, I have learned: "2nd Earl of Altamont Peter Browne was my 6th great grandfather, his daughter Lady Charlotte Brown married Lt. John Mahon  of Bessborough, Co.Tipperary; b 24 Nov 1764; Lt 68th (Durham) Regt and 67th (S Hants) Regt; m 9 Jan 1794 Lady Charlotte Browne (d 23 Jan 1849), 4th dau of 2nd Earl of Altamont (see SLIGO, M)

Thier daughter Elizabeth Mahon married Lt Gen Arthur Grove Annesley the 3rd son of the 2nd Earl of Annesley (5th great Grandfather) see Burkes peerage Mahon, Annesley.

Their daughter Georgiana Grove Annesley married George White West (a descendant of the De La Warr West family)

Three of their four sons immigrated to Australia late 1800's of which

one Dr Arthur Annesley West was my great great grandfather."

 

 

             v.   ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. Abt. 176552; d. 24 Feb 179552.

 

 

25.  ARTHUR11 BROWNE (JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)53 was born 14 Mar 1731 in Westport House, Co. Mayo54,55, and died 21 Jul 1779 in Boston, New England56.  He married ANNE GARDINER57 176658.  She died Jul 180758.

     

Child of ARTHUR BROWNE and ANNE GARDINER is:

39.         i.   GEORGE TOWNSHEAD12 BROWNE, b. Aft. 1766; d. Bef. 1858, of Elmhurst Villa, Hampton, England & Westport, Co. Mayo.

 

 

26.  ANNE11 BROWNE (JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born Bef. 1747, and died 21 Feb 1815.  She married SIR ROSS MAHON 12 Oct 1762, son of UNNAMED MAHON. 

     

Children of ANNE BROWNE and ROSS MAHON are:

              i.   UNNAMED12 MAHON, m. J. CATOR, Westport House, Co. Mayo; b. of Beckienham Place, Kent.

40.        ii.   ANNE MAHON.

 

 

27.  GEORGE11 BROWNE (JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)59 was born 1756.  He married DORCAS MOORE.  She was born Bef. 175560.

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and DORCAS MOORE is:

41.         i.   MARGARET12 BROWNE, b. Bef. 1771; d. 29 May 1838.

 

 

28.  JOHN11 BROWNE (JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)61 was born Aft. 1730.  He married ROSALINDA GILKER61

     

Child of JOHN BROWNE and ROSALINDA GILKER is:

42.         i.   LOUISE12 BROWNE.

 

 

29.  JOHN11 BROWNE (HENRY10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)62 was born 1736, and died 1820.  He married MARY BORLAND. 

     

Child of JOHN BROWNE and MARY BORLAND is:

43.         i.   WILLIAM12 BROWNE.

 

 

30.  ANDREW NICHOLAS11 BROWNE (DOMINICK10, ANDREW9, DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  He married MARY GILKER. 

 

Notes for ANDREW NICHOLAS BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Andrew Nicholas Browne (1744-1796 ; who married Mary Gilker), Deputy Governor of Mayo, son of : Dominick Browne (1701-1776]."

 

     

Child of ANDREW BROWNE and MARY GILKER is:

              i.   JOHN12 BROWNE.

 

Notes for JOHN BROWNE:

IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Lieutenant Colonel John Browne of Breaghwy (1790-1849), 3rd son of : Andrew Nicholas Browne (1744-1796]."

 

 

 

31.  SIR GEORGE11 BROWNE (JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)63.  He married ANASTATIA DALEY, daughter of DENIS DALEY and ANN DE BURGH. 

     

Children of GEORGE BROWNE and ANASTATIA DALEY are:

              i.   MARGARET12 BROWNE64.

             ii.   ANNE BROWNE65, m. CAPT. UNNAMED POWER65.

            iii.   LETITIA BROWNE66.

            iv.   GEORGIANA BROWNE, m. ESQ. CHARLES BLAKE; b. , of Merlin Park67.

 

 

32.  SIR JOHN11 BROWNE (JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)68,69,70,71 was born 20 May 1726, and died 07 Jun 179472.  He married (1) ALICIA CAULFIELD.    He married (2) UNNAMED HENDERSON73 in Fifeshire. 

 

Children of JOHN BROWNE and ALICIA CAULFIELD are:

44.         i.   JAMES CAULFIELD12 BROWNE, b. 16 Mar 1765; d. 23 May 1825.

             ii.   ALICIA MARGARETTA BROWNE, b. 10 Jul 176774; d. 17 Feb 182675; m. ESQ. JOHN LONGWORTH76, 09 Nov 178776; b. of Cregan Castle, Co. Westmeath.

            iii.   MARIA SARAH BROWNE, b. 01 Jun 176876; m. FRANCIS LONGWORTH, 03 Jan 179576; b. , of Cregan Castle, Co. Westmeath76.

            iv.   EMELIA JULIANA BROWNE, b. 03 Jul 176976; m. REV. JOHN CROMIE76, 03 Sep 1795; b. of the Neale Park, Co. Mayo.

45.        v.   JOHN BROWNE, b. 28 Aug 1770.

46.       vi.   GEORGE BROWNE, b. 02 Mar 1774.

           vii.   LETITIA BROWNE, b. 29 Aug 177576; d. 30 Dec 1809; m. SIR JOHN ROSS77, 30 Apr 179878.

 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and UNNAMED HENDERSON are:

47.     viii.   PETER MONTAGUE12 BROWNE, d. 1797.

            ix.   GEORGE BROWNE79, d. 19 Nov 180480.

 

 

33.  DODWELL11 BROWNE (JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)81 was born Abt. 1730, and died 1796.  He married ELIZABETH CUFFE. 

 

     

Child of DODWELL BROWNE and ELIZABETH CUFFE is:

              i.   DODWELL12 BROWNE, d. 1819; m. MARIA O'DONELL.

 

Notes for DODWELL BROWNE:

MAYO-L Archives: "Lieut. Dodwell Browne, RN (+ 1819 ; who married Maria O'Donell, daughter of Sir Neale O'Donell, Baronet, of Newport, Co Mayo.) Dodwell Browne."

 

 

 

34.  ANDREW NICHOLAS11 BROWNE (DOMINICK10, ANDREW9, DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  He married MARY GILKER. 

     

Children of ANDREW BROWNE and MARY GILKER are:

              i.   DOMINICK12 BROWNE82, d. 1803.

             ii.   EDMUND BROWNE83, d. 18 Apr 1838.

48.       iii.   JOHN BROWNE, d. 20 Nov 1849.

 

 

35.  ARTHUR11 BROWNE (ROBERT10, VALENTINE9, JOSIAS8, VALENTINE7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) died 1841.  He married MARY KIRWAN. 

 

Notes for ARTHUR BROWNE: SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun2001 "Arthur Browne (+ 1841; who married Mary Kirwan, daughter of PAtrick Kirwan of Dalgan Park, Kilmaine), only son of Robert Browne."

     

Children of ARTHUR BROWNE and MARY KIRWAN are:

              i.   ROBERT DILLON12 BROWNE.

 

Notes for ROBERT DILLON BROWNE:

SOURCE: IRL MAYO Archives 11Jun2001"Robert Dillon Browne, MP (+1850). Only son of Arthur Browne of Turin Castle & Glencorrib, and of Mary Kirwan, Robert Dillon Browne was Member of Parliament for Co Mayo (1836-1850). He married Anne Blake, daughter of Dr Henry Blake of Glenloe, near Galway, and had three sons : Arthur, Thomas and Robert. Robert Dillon Browne belongs to the "Brownes of The Neale" family."

 

 

49.        ii.   MARY BROWNE.

 

 

36.  GEORGE11 BROWNE (JOHN10, GEORGE9, VALENTINE8, ANDREW7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)84 died Abt. 1801.  He married CATHERINE BLAKE. 

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and CATHERINE BLAKE is:

              i.   GEORGE12 BROWNE, d. Abt. 1829; m. CATHERINE STUART.

 

Notes for GEORGE BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "George Browne (+ ca1829 ; who married Catherine Stuart ; his grandson, George Eakins Browne (1837-Dublin ?) JP, DL, MP (1870-1880), last surviving member of the Isaac Butt's Home Rule Party), son of : George Browne (+ ca1801]."

 

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

37.  MARQUESS OF SLIGO JOHN DENNIS12 BROWNE (PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)85,86,87,88 was born 11 Jun 1756, and died 02 Jun 1809 in Lisbon, Portugal.  He married LADY LOUISA CATHERINE HOWE89 21 May 1787 in Porter's Lodge, Shenley, Hertfordshire.  She was born 09 Dec 176790, and died 26 Aug 1817 in Amsterdam91,92.

 

Notes for MARQUESS OF SLIGO JOHN DENNIS BROWNE: NOTE: Another unremembered source had the death place as: Grafton Street, Piccadilly, London

More About MARQUESS OF SLIGO JOHN DENNIS BROWNE: Burial: Westport, Mayo

 

Notes for LADY LOUISA CATHERINE HOWE: SOURCE: "Visitation of Ireland", by Joseph Jackson Howard & Frederick Arthur Crisp. 1973 p.28

 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and LOUISA HOWE are:

50.         i.   MARQUESS OF SLIGO 2ND HOWE PETER13 BROWNE, b. 18 May 1788; d. 26 Jan 1845, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

51.        ii.   DENIS BROWNE.

 

 

38.  DENIS12 BROWNE (PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)93 was born 1759, and died 14 Aug 1828 in Claremorris, Co. Mayo94.  He married ANNE MAHON 07 Dec 179095, daughter of ROSS MAHON and ANNE BROWNE. 

     

Children of DENIS BROWNE and ANNE MAHON are:

              i.   CHARLOTTE EMILY13 BROWNE, d. 29 Apr 183895.

52.        ii.   JOHN DENIS BROWNE, b. 1791.

 

 

39.  GEORGE TOWNSEND12 BROWNE (ARTHUR11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born Aft. 1766, and died Bef. 1858 in of Elmhurst Villa, Hampton, England & Westport, Co. Mayo.  He married ROSE LLOYD FLEETWOOD 5 Sept 1806 at St. Annes, Dublin.  She died 22 Dec 184096.

     

Children of GEORGE BROWNE and ROSE LLOYD FLEETWOOD are:

              i.   ROSA CAROLINE13 BROWNE, d. 18 Mar 1858, Hampton near Bath, England97.

             ii.   ISABELLA A. BROWNE, d. 28 Oct 1879, Elms, Bathampton98.

            iii.   GEORGE AUGUSTUS BROWNE, b. 1814; d. 16 Aug 1848, At Mr. Matthew Gell's, North-quay, Douglas99.

 

 

40.  ANNE12 MAHON (ANNE11 BROWNE, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  She married DENIS BROWNE100 07 Dec 1790101, son of PETER BROWNE and ELIZABETH KELLY.  He was born 1759, and died 14 Aug 1828 in Claremorris, Co. Mayo102.

     

Children are listed above under (38) Denis Browne.

 

41.  MARGARET12 BROWNE (GEORGE11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born Bef. 1771, and died 29 May 1838.  She married DOMINICK GEOFFREY BROWNE.  He was born 1755, and died 08 May 1826.

 

Notes for MARGARET BROWNE:

SOURCE?: Dominick Geoffrey Browne (M)

b. 1755, d. 8 May 1826, #51135

Last Edited=10 May 2003

Dominick Geoffrey Browne was born in 1755. He died on 8 May 1826. 

Children of Dominick Geoffrey Browne and Margaret Browne:

Charlotte Philippa Browne+   d. 23 Dec 1882

Dominick Browne, 1st Baron Oranmore and Browne+   b. 28 May 1787, d. 30 Jan 1860

Henrietta Browne+   b. 25 Mar 1789, d. 8 Mar 1862

Reverend John Geoffrey Browne   b. 1797, d. 1877

     

Children of MARGARET BROWNE and DOMINICK BROWNE are:

              i.   CHARLOTTE PHILIPPA13 BROWNE, d. 23 Dec 1882103.

53.        ii.   DOMINICK BROWNE, b. 28 May 1787; d. 30 Jan 1860, Brighton, England.

            iii.   HENRIETTA BROWNE, b. 25 Mar 1789; d. 08 Mar 1862103.

            iv.   JOHN GEOFFREY BROWNE, b. 1797; d. 1877.

             v.   UNNAMED BROWNE104.

 

 

42.  LOUISE12 BROWNE (JOHN11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  She married GEORGE MOORE. 

     

Children of LOUISE BROWNE and GEORGE MOORE are:

              i.   GEORGE13 MOORE.

             ii.   AUGUSTUS MOORE.

 

 

43.  WILLIAM12 BROWNE (JOHN11, HENRY10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  He married CLARA COLLIS. 

 

Notes for WILLIAM BROWNE: IRL-MAYO-L Archives: William Browne (1773-1855 ; who married Clara Collis and had 3 sons of whom John Collis Browne, MD, inventor of the famous "J. Collis Browne's Mixture"), 2nd son of : John Browne (1736-1820]."

 

     

Child of WILLIAM BROWNE and CLARA COLLIS is:

              i.   JOHN COLLIS13 BROWNE.

 

 

44.  JAMES CAULFIELD12 BROWNE (JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)105 was born 16 Mar 1765106, and died 23 May 1825.  He married ANNE CAVENDISH106 25 Jul 1793, daughter of HENRY CAVENDISH and SARAH UNNAMED.  She was born 22 Mar 1774107, and died 06 Jul 1863 in Chester Street, Grovenor Place, London, Englan108.

     

Children of JAMES BROWNE and ANNE CAVENDISH are:

54.         i.   JOHN CAVENDISH13 BROWNE, b. 11 Jun 1794; d. 13 Jan 1873.

             ii.   SARA LOUISA BROWNE109, b. 07 Mar 1796; d. 22 Jun 1881; m. GEORGE DISBROWE110, 13 Apr 1825.

55.       iii.   REV. HENRY MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. 03 Oct 1799; d. 24 Nov 1884.

            iv.   GEORGE AUGUSTUS BROWNE111, b. 18 Feb 1801; d. 25 Dec 1878112; m. FRANCE MARY BRUNE, 20 Oct 1853, St. George`s Hanover-Square, London113.

             v.   AUGUSTUS CAULFIELD JAMES BROWNE114, b. 15 Nov 1805; d. 09 Aug 1831115.

            vi.   RICHARD HOWE BROWNE, b. 01 Oct 1811116; d. 01 Apr 1888116.

           vii.   FREDERICK LONGWORTH BROWNE, b. 01 Oct 1811116; d. 06 Jan 1864116; m. LUCY WEDDERBORNE, 05 Nov 1832, St. George's Hanover Square and Catholic Chapel, Warwick Street117,118; b. of May Fair.

 

 

45.  JOHN12 BROWNE (JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)119 was born 28 Aug 1770.  He married ANNE WHITE 20 Sep 1797.  She was born  in of Jamaica119.

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and ANNE WHITE are:

              i.   ANN MARGARET13 BROWNE120, b. Bet. 1798 - 1808; m. ESQ. NESTON JOSEPH FULLER120, 01 Mar 1826.

             ii.   ALICIA BROWNE120, b. Bet. 1798 - 1808; m. JOHN BLIGH BROWNLOW120, 16 Jul 1822.

            iii.   GEORGE BROWNE120, b. Bet. 1798 - 1808.

            iv.   ELIZABETH BROWNE120, b. Bet. 1798 - 1808.

             v.   WILLIAM HENRY BROWNE120, b. 23 Jun 1809.

 

 

46.  GEORGE12 BROWNE (JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)121 was born 02 Mar 1774.  He married MARY GOLSTON122, daughter of REV ALEXANDER GOLSTON.  She was born  in of Fiscaddy Hall, Co. Bedford123.

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and MARY GOLSTON is:

56.         i.   JAMES CAULFIELD13 BROWNE.

 

 

47.  PETER MONTAGUE12 BROWNE (JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)124,125 died 1797.  He married ANNA CRAUFORD126 1777127, daughter of ANDREW CRAUFORD.  She died 1816128.

     

Children of PETER BROWNE and ANNA CRAUFORD are:

              i.   ANDREW13 BROWNE129, b. 1777; d. 16 Apr 1848.

             ii.   JAMES BROWNE130, d. 1805.

            iii.   WILLIAM HENRY BROWNE, d. 1807131.

57.       iv.   PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. 05 Mar 1796; d. 22 Apr 1864, Janeville, Co. Down.

             v.   BELINDA BROWNE.

 

 

48.  JOHN12 BROWNE (ANDREW NICHOLAS11, DOMINICK10, ANDREW9, DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)132 died 20 Nov 1849.  He married FRANCES-JANE HAWTHORN, daughter of ESQ. JOHN HAWTHORN. 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and FRANCES-JANE HAWTHORN are:

              i.   ESQ. DOMINICK ANDREW13 BROWNE133, b. 08 Jun 1824; m. EMILY LOUISE HAWKINS.

58.        ii.   MONTAGUE BROWNE.

 

 

49.  MARY12 BROWNE (ARTHUR11, ROBERT10, VALENTINE9, JOSIAS8, VALENTINE7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)  She married UNNAMED BELL. 

     

Child of MARY BROWNE and UNNAMED BELL is:

              i.   ARTHUR13 GONNE-BELL, m. MARY LETITIA MARTIN.

 

Notes for ARTHUR GONNE-BELL:

IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Robert's sister, Mary, had a son, Arthur Gonne-Bell, who married Mary Laetitia Martin, only daughter of Thomas Martin ("Humanity Dick"'s son) of Ballynahinch Castle, and nicknamed "The Princess of Connemara"."

 

 

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

50.  MARQUESS OF SLIGO 2ND HOWE PETER13 BROWNE (JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)134,135,136,137 was born 18 May 1788, and died 26 Jan 1845 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent138,139.  He married HESTER CATHERINE DE BURGH 04 Mar 1816 in Finigan's Hotel, Dublin, Ireland140, daughter of JOHN DE BURGH and ELIZABETH BURKE.  She was born Jan 1800141, and died 17 Feb 1878 in 16 Mansfield Street, Marlebone, London142,143.

 

More About MARQUESS OF SLIGO 2ND HOWE PETER BROWNE: Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

     

Children of HOWE BROWNE and HESTER DE BURGH are:

              i.   LOUISA CATHERINE14 BROWNE, b. 09 Dec 1816, Westport House, Mayo; d. 14 Dec 1891, Cranmore, Ballinrobe; m. CHARLES KNOX, 18 May 1839, All Souls, Langham Place, London144.

 

More About LOUISA CATHERINE BROWNE:

Burial: Ballinrode

 

             ii.   ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. 01 Jan 1818; d. 02 May 1892, 16 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, London.

 

More About ELIZABETH BROWNE:

Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

 

59.       iii.   MARQUESS OF SLIGO 3RD GEORGE JOHN BROWNE, b. 31 May 1820, Westport House, Mayo; d. 30 Dec 1896, Mount Browne, Guildford.

            iv.   HOWE BROWNE, b. 31 Jan 1821; d. 01 Feb 1822, Florence Italy145.

 

More About HOWE BROWNE: Burial: Florence, Italy

 

             v.   CATHERINE BROWNE, b. 02 May 1822; d. 07 Jun 1844, Mansfield Street, Dublin146,147.

 

Notes for CATHERINE BROWNE: unmarried

 

More About CATHERINE BROWNE: Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

 

            vi.   LORD JAMES DE BURGH BROWNE, b. 20 Apr 1823; d. 06 Apr 1847, In the Precursor, near Suez148.

 

More About LORD JAMES DE BURGH BROWNE: Burial: Suez, Egypt

 

60.      vii.   JOHN THOMAS BROWNE, b. 10 Sep 1824; d. 30 Dec 1903, Westport House, Mayo.

          viii.   HARRIET BROWNE, b. 16 Feb 1827; d. 29 Jun 1904; m. ROBERT LYNCH-BLOSSE, 31 Mar 1853, St. Mary's Church, Dublin, Ireland149.

 

Notes for ROBERT LYNCH-BLOSSE: Of Castle Carra, Co. Mayo

 

            ix.   EMILY CHARLOTTE BROWNE, b. 14 Jul 1829, Westport House, Mayo; d. 14 Mar 1916, 34 Montague Sq., London.

61.        x.   HENRY ULICK BROWNE, b. 14 Mar 1831; d. 24 Feb 1913, 41 Eccleston Sq., London.

            xi.   RICHARD HOWE BROWNE, b. 06 Aug 1834, Spanish Town, Jamaica; d. 28 Oct 1912150; m. AGNES ELIZABETH AMESBURY, 16 Dec 1863, Cape Colony; b. 1844; d. 17 Jan 1885, Reigate.

           xii.   HESTER GEORGIANA BROWNE, b. 30 Jul 1837, 16 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, London; d. 10 Jan 1925150; m. FRANCIS CAREW SHAPLAND, 07 Aug 1858, All Souls, Langham Place, London; b. 19 Feb 1827.

          xiii.   AUGUSTA BROWNE, b. 08 Aug 1838; d. 25 Mar 1909, Mentone, France.

          xiv.   MARIAN BROWNE, b. 25 Dec 1839, Naples, Italy151; d. 30 Mar 1916152; m. HUGH WILBRAHAM, 02 Jun 1868, All Souls, Langham Place, London.

 

 

51.  DENIS13 BROWNE (JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)153.

     

Child of DENIS BROWNE is:

              i.   HENRY AUGUSTUS14 BROWNE154.

 

 

52.  JOHN DENIS13 BROWNE (DENIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)155 was born 1791.

     

Children of JOHN DENIS BROWNE are:

              i.   JAMES14 BROWNE, d. 28 Dec 1855, Boulogna156.

             ii.   CAROLYN CATHERINE BROWNE, d. 21 Dec 1934157.

 

 

53.  DOMINICK13 BROWNE (MARGARET12, GEORGE11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 28 May 1787158, and died 30 Jan 1860 in Brighton, England159,160.  He married CATHERINE ANNE ISABELLE MONCK161 1811, daughter of HENRY MONCK. 

     

Children of DOMINICK BROWNE and CATHERINE MONCK are:

              i.   GEOFFREY DOMINICK A.F.14 BROWNE, b. 1819161; m. CHRISTINA GUTHRIE162, Dec 1859163.

             ii.   UNNAMED BROWNE163, m. UNNAMED RIDLEY163.

 

 

54.  JOHN CAVENDISH13 BROWNE (JAMES CAULFIELD12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 11 Jun 1794164,165, and died 13 Jan 1873166.  He married (1) ELIZA LYON167 04 Jan 1822 in Portland Place, London168, daughter of DAVID LYON.    He married (2) MARY LAW 03 Sep 1839 in St. George's Hanover Square169, daughter of CHARLES LAW and ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE. 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and ELIZA LYON are:

              i.   JAMES LYON14 BROWNE170, b. 18 Nov 1822; d. 05 Sep 1860171,172.

62.        ii.   ISABELLA ANNE BROWNE, d. 16 Mar 1916.

            iii.   AGNES GEORGIANA BROWNE173, d. 27 Jun 1898174; m. GEORGE S. ABERCROMBIE175, 12 Jun 1849, St. George`s Hanover Square175.

            iv.   JOHN HOWE MONTAGUE BROWNE176, b. 14 Mar 1828; d. 05 Jun 1860, Paris177.

             v.   CAVENDISH BROWNE178.

            vi.   LOUISA CATHERINE BROWNE178, d. 14 Jan 1877.

 

     

Children of JOHN BROWNE and MARY LAW are:

           vii.   MARY ELEANOR FRANCES14 BROWNE, b. Abt. 1841179; d. 28 Oct 1869179; m. (1) GEORGE BAGOT; d. Bef. 1868; m. (2) THOMAS ASTELL ST. QUINTIN, 30 Apr 1868, British Embassy, Paris180.

          viii.   FRANCIS WILLIAM BROWNE181, b. 24 Mar 1843; d. 09 Nov 1907182; m. ALICE EMILY SHUTE, 06 Jun 1877, St. Peters Church Brighton183.

            ix.   EDWARD MILES DAVID BROWNE, b. 22 Oct 1844184; d. 27 Jul 1878, Rangoon, Burma184,185.

             x.   EVELYNE BROWNE, b. Abt. 1847186; d. 22 Apr 1878186.

            xi.   ARTHUR HENRY BROWNE, b. 29 Apr 1850186; d. 03 May 1908186.

           xii.   GERTRUDE BROWNE, b. Abt. 1847; d. 01 Feb 1876187.

 

 

55.  REV. HENRY MONTAGUE13 BROWNE (JAMES CAULFIELD12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)188,189 was born 03 Oct 1799, and died 24 Nov 1884190.  He married CATHERINE PENELOPE DE MONTMORENCY191.  She died 24 Jun 1858 in Mount Street Crescent, Dublin192.

     

Children of HENRY BROWNE and CATHERINE DE MONTMORENCY are:

              i.   EMELIA ANNE14 BROWNE, d. 15 Feb 1873193; m. CHARLES HUGH LINDSAY, 23 Apr 1851, Chapel Royal, Dublin194,195; b. 1816, Muncaster Castle; d. 25 Mar 1889, Lyons, France196.

             ii.   JAMES FRANKFORT MANNERS BROWNE, b. 23 Apr 1823197; d. 06 Dec 1910197.

            iii.   REV HENRY GEORGE CAVENDISH BROWNE, b. 14 Dec 1829197; d. Aug 1911197.

            iv.   AUGUSTA MARY ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. 08 Nov 1834197; d. 07 Aug 1893197; m. ARTHUR CAVENDISH BENTINCK, 10 Jun 1862, Weybridge Church198.

 

 

56.  JAMES CAULFIELD13 BROWNE (GEORGE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)199.  He married ISABELLA MELLO199

     

Child of JAMES BROWNE and ISABELLA MELLO is:

              i.   UNNAMED14 BROWNE199, b. 09 Jan 1825.

 

 

57.  PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE13 BROWNE (PETER MONTAGUE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)200,201 was born 05 Mar 1796, and died 22 Apr 1864 in Janeville, Co. Down202,203.  He married MARY JANE SMYTHE 07 Jul 1830, daughter of THOMAS TIPPING SMYTHE. 

More About PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE BROWNE: Burial: Rathmullen Parish Graveyard

     

Children of PETER BROWNE and MARY SMYTHE are:

63.         i.   ANDREW SMYTHE MONTAGUE14 BROWNE, b. 12 Jun 1836; d. 1916.

             ii.   WILLIAM HENRY SEYMOUR MONTAGUE BROWNE204, b. 07 Nov 1839.

            iii.   MARY MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. 22 Apr 1834, Co. Down205,206.

            iv.   BELINDA ANNA BROWNE, b. 02 Oct 1838, Co. Down207,208.

             v.   EMMA MATILDA BROWNE209, b. 06 Jul 1841210,211; d. 1930212; m. WALTER NEWMAN213,214.

 

 

58.  MONTAGUE13 BROWNE (JOHN12, ANDREW NICHOLAS11, DOMINICK10, ANDREW9, DOMINICK8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)215,216.  He married META ELIZABETH STACK217 21 Nov 1859 in Omagh, Ireland218, daughter of CHARLES MARICE STACK.  She died 05 Jun 1883219.

     

Child of MONTAGUE BROWNE and META STACK is:

              i.   UNNAMED14 BROWNE, d. 1883.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

59.  MARQUESS OF SLIGO 3RD GEORGE JOHN14 BROWNE (HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)220 was born 31 May 1820 in Westport House, Mayo221, and died 30 Dec 1896 in Mount Browne, Guildford222.  He married (1) LOUISA ELLEN FRANCES AUGUSTA SMYTHE 03 May 1847 in All Soul's Church, Langham Place, London223.  She was born 21 Feb 1823 in Constantinople, Turkey, and died 23 Nov 1852 in Westport House, Mayo224.  He married (2) JULIA CATHERINE ANNE NUGENT 20 Jul 1858 in Dublin, Ireland225,226, daughter of ANTHONY NUGENT and ANNE DALY.  She was born 03 Jun 1830, and died 25 Jun 1859 in Harley Street, London227.  He married (3) ISABELLE RAYMONDE DE PEYRONET 06 Jun 1878 in Christ Church, Mayfair, London228.  She was born 29 Oct 1841 in Trinidad, West Indies.

 

More About JULIA CATHERINE ANNE NUGENT: Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

 

Notes for ISABELLE RAYMONDE DE PEYRONET: of Mount Browne, Guildford, Co. Surrey, 3rd and youngest daughter of Vicomte de Peyronette

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and LOUISA SMYTHE is:

              i.   CATHERINE PHILLIPA ELLEN15 BROWNE, b. 25 Apr 1850; d. 03 Mar 1855, Westport House, Co. Mayo229.

 

More About CATHERINE PHILLIPA ELLEN BROWNE:

Burial: Westport House, Mayo

 

     

Child of GEORGE BROWNE and JULIA NUGENT is:

             ii.   JULIA ELLEN ANNE CATHERINE15 BROWNE, b. 23 Jun 1859, 35 Harley Street, London; d. 25 Apr 1864, 2 Mansfield Street, Portland Place, London.

 

More About JULIA ELLEN ANNE CATHERINE BROWNE:

Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

 

     

Children of GEORGE BROWNE and ISABELLE DE PEYRONET are:

            iii.   MARY ISABEL15 BROWNE, b. 06 Nov 1881, 16 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, London; d. 18 Dec 1948230.

            iv.   ISABEL MARY BROWNE, b. 06 Nov 1881, 16 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, London; d. 08 Jun 1947230.

 

 

60.  JOHN THOMAS14 BROWNE (HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)231 was born 10 Sep 1824, and died 30 Dec 1903 in Westport House, Mayo232.

 

More About JOHN THOMAS BROWNE: Burial: 02 Jan 1904, Westport House, Mayo

     

Child of JOHN THOMAS BROWNE is:

              i.   JULIA15 BROWNE233, d. 25 Apr 1864, 2 Mansfield Street, Portland Place, London234.

 

 

61.  HENRY ULICK14 BROWNE (HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 14 Mar 1831, and died 24 Feb 1913 in 41 Eccleston Sq., London235.  He married CATHERINE HENRIETTA DICKEN 25 Oct 1855 in Bankipore, Bengal, India236, daughter of WILLIAM DICKEN and CATHERINE LAMB.  She was born 25 Sep 1836 in Balasore, India, and died 26 Nov 1914 in 41 Eccleston Sq., London.

 

Notes for HENRY ULICK BROWNE: Acceded 1903

 

More About HENRY ULICK BROWNE: Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, London

     

Children of HENRY BROWNE and CATHERINE DICKEN are:

64.         i.   GEORGE ULICK15 BROWNE, b. 01 Sep 1856; d. 26 Feb 1935.

             ii.   CATHERINE ELIZABETH BROWNE, b. 29 Sep 1857; d. 13 Feb 1874237.

            iii.   HERBERT RICHARD BROWNE, b. 11 Oct 1858; d. 09 Sep 1890238.

            iv.   EDITH HESTER BROWNE, b. 12 Mar 1860; d. 06 Mar 1936239.

             v.   FLORENCE MARION BROWNE, b. 13 Jan 1863; d. 22 Nov 1946239.

            vi.   ARTHUR HOWE BROWNE, b. 08 May 1867; d. 28 May 1951239; m. LILIAN WHITESIDE CHAPMAN.

           vii.   TERENCE MORRIS BROWNE, b. 28 Sep 1873; d. 28 Jul 1952240,241.

          viii.   NORAH BROWNE, b. 28 Sep 1873; d. 28 Dec 1948241.

            ix.   ALICE EVELYN BROWNE, b. 31 Mar 1877; m. JOHN FITZGERALD MAHON242, 19 Oct 1898, St. Peters, Eaton Square S.W.242.

65.        x.   ALFRED EDEN BROWNE, b. 30 Nov 1878; d. 27 Aug 1918, France.

 

 

62.  ISABELLA ANNE14 BROWNE (JOHN CAVENDISH13, JAMES CAULFIELD12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)243 died 16 Mar 1916244.  She married HENRY STAPLETON245 1844.  He was born 1805, and died 17 Aug 1854246,247.

     

Child of ISABELLA BROWNE and HENRY STAPLETON is:

              i.   HENRY15 STAPLETON248, b. 1848, Carlton Towers, near Selby; d. 23 Jan 1892, London, England249.

 

 

63.  ANDREW SMYTHE MONTAGUE14 BROWNE (PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE13, PETER MONTAGUE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)250,251,252 was born 12 Jun 1836, and died 1916253,254.  He married ALICE JANE FERGUSON255 29 Aug 1872 in St. Peters Church, Musselburgh, Scotland255,256,257.  She died 30 Nov 1920 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England258.

     

Children of ANDREW BROWNE and ALICE FERGUSON are:

              i.   MARGARET VIOLET MARY15 BROWNE258, b. 1873.

             ii.   FRANCES BELINDA BROWNE258, b. 1875; d. 02 Mar 1958, Foxboro` Cottage, Mapledrakes Road, Ewhurst, Surrey, England.

            iii.   ALEXANDER FERGUSON M. BROWNE, b. 09 Jun 1876, Brighton259.

66.       iv.   ANDREW DUNCAN MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. 1878; d. 1969.

             v.   ALICE CHARLOTTE HELEN MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. 17 Sep 1878, Caher, Tipperary260; m. REV WILLIAM MALCOM GRAHAM261, 1910261.

67.       vi.   EILEEN MONTAGUE BROWNE, b. Abt. 1882, Co. Cork.

           vii.   EVELYN DOUGLAS BROWNE262, b. 1883, Edinburgh263; d. 1964, Tiphams in Ockley264; m. BERTRAM LOTHIAN NICHOLSON265, 07 Oct 1915, St. Peters, Musselburgh266,267,268; b. 1880, St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands269; d. 22 Oct 1958, Tiphams in Ockley near Dorking, Surrey, England270,271.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

64.  GEORGE ULICK15 BROWNE (HENRY ULICK14, HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 01 Sep 1856, and died 26 Feb 1935272,273.  He married AGATHA STEWART HODGSON 12 Oct 1887. 

     

Children of GEORGE BROWNE and AGATHA HODGSON are:

              i.   EILEEN AGATHA16 BROWNE, b. 03 Sep 1889273; d. 18 Sep 1940273.

             ii.   MOYA MELISENDE BROWNE, b. 22 Sep 1892.

            iii.   DOREEN GERALDINE BROWNE, b. 29 May 1896273; d. 27 Aug 1979273.

            iv.   ULICK JOHN BROWNE, b. 30 Mar 1898274,275; d. 07 Jan 1941275.

 

 

65.  ALFRED EDEN15 BROWNE (HENRY ULICK14, HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 30 Nov 1878, and died 27 Aug 1918 in France276,277.  He married CICILY WORMAID. 

     

Child of ALFRED BROWNE and CICILY WORMAID is:

68.         i.   DENIS16 BROWNE, b. 1908.

 

 

66.  ANDREW DUNCAN MONTAGUE15 BROWNE (ANDREW SMYTHE MONTAGUE14, PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE13, PETER MONTAGUE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1)278 was born 1878, and died 1969278.  He married VIOLET EVELYN DOWNES278.  She died 1969278.

     

Child of ANDREW BROWNE and VIOLET DOWNES is:

69.         i.   ANTHONY ARTHUR DUNCAN MONTAGUE16 BROWNE, b. 08 May 1923.

 

 

67.  EILEEN MONTAGUE15 BROWNE (ANDREW SMYTHE MONTAGUE14, PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE13, PETER MONTAGUE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1882 in Co. Cork279.  She married OCTAVIUS HENRY LOTHIAN NICHOLSON280,281,282,283 03 Jan 1911 in St. Mary Abbot`s, Kensington284,285,286,287, son of LOTHIAN NICHOLSON and MARY ROMILLY.  He was born 23 Jul 1877, and died 1938288.

     

Children of EILEEN BROWNE and OCTAVIUS NICHOLSON are:

              i.   MARY EILEEN LOTHIAN16 NICHOLSON, b. 1911289.

             ii.   DAVID LOTHIAN NICHOLSON, b. 1916289.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

68.  DENIS16 BROWNE (ALFRED EDEN15, HENRY ULICK14, HOWE PETER13, JOHN DENNIS12, PETER11, JOHN10, PETER9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 1908.  He married JOSE GAUCHE. 

     

Child of DENIS BROWNE and JOSE GAUCHE is:

              i.   JEREMY ULLICK17 BROWNE, b. 04 Jun 1939290; m. JENNIFER COOPER290, 1961.

 

 

69.  ANTHONY ARTHUR DUNCAN MONTAGUE16 BROWNE (ANDREW DUNCAN MONTAGUE15, ANDREW SMYTHE MONTAGUE14, PETER RUTLEDGE MONTAGUE13, PETER MONTAGUE12, JOHN11, JOHN10, JOHN9, GEORGE8, JOHN7, JOSIAS6, JOHN5, ANTHONY4, ANTHONY3, THOMAS2, ROBERT1) was born 08 May 1923.  He married NOEL EVELYN ARNOLD-WALLINGER291 1950. 

     

Children of ANTHONY BROWNE and NOEL ARNOLD-WALLINGER are:

              i.   JANE EVELYN17 BROWNE292, b. 1953; m. PIERS HOARE TEMPLE293.

             ii.   N BROWNE294, m. MICHAEL PELLOE295.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Westport House and the Brownes, 1583 became First Sherrif of Co. Mayo  This John BROWNE is described as the son of Sir Anthony Browne of Cowdray Castle by the Denis Browne [the tenth Marquess of Sligo] in his book, "Westport House and the Brownes", I am unsure at this time of the evidence of this.   Jane Pascau has John BROWNE as a son of William BROWNE and Joan Baring. The trouble with that version is that the dates are not a believable fit. All this needs more work.

2.  IRL-MAYO-L ARCHIVES 11Jun2001, "John Browne of The Neale (+ 1589 ; who settled at The Neale, Co Mayo, and married Anne Kardyff, daughter of Nicholas Kardyff of Dunsink, Co Dublin), 1st sheriff of Co Mayo."

3.  http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BROWNE1.htm#Thomas%20BROWNE2, This is the only child of Anthony & Alice who is not mentioned in the descendants on this site. If there is a link between the Westport BROWNEs and the BROWNEs of Cowdray, this is the most likely of the options that I have seen. Still, its placement is suspect.

4.  John Burke, Esq., A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronatage of the British Empire. Vol II, London, 1832, This source shows the father of Josias BROWNE to be Richard`Browne Esq., `captain of an independent company temp. Elizabeth and first high-sheriff of the County of Mayo. This gentleman being killed while quelling an insurection in his official capacity, was s. by his son.`  There is note to this entry: Àrchdall in his edition of Lodge`s Peerage of Ireland, calls this Richard Browne, son of Anthony, Viscount Montague, of England; which is evidently incorrect, otherwise the viscounty of Montague would not have expired in default of an inheritor, while this and the Sligo family had a male heir. It is more than probably however, that the hoiuses of Sligo and Kilmaine descend from a common ancestor with the first English Viscount Montague, of the name of Browne.

5.  IRL-MAYO ARCHIVES 11Jun 2001, of Co. Dublin  "Anne Kardyff"  .

6.  IRL-MAYO-L ARCHIVES 11Jun2001, He had six children - it would be of great interest to know more of them.  SOURCE: IRL-MAYO-L ARCHIVES 11Jun2001: "Josias Browne of The Neale (ca1587 - 1634 ; who married Joan Bermingham, daughter of Edward Bermingham of Carrick Castle, co Kildare), sheriff Co Mayo, only son of John BROWNE."

7.  Notes, Six children - of whom I would like to know more.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives: "Sir John Browne, 1st Baronet (+ 1670 ; who married Mary Browne, daughter of Sir Dominick Browne of Castle MacGarrett, MP, Mayor of Galway, ancestor of the Lords Oranmore and Browne), son of : Josias Browne of The Neale."

8.  email Robin Askew to Mitchell Adams July 27, 2004.

9.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Andrew Browne (who married Catherine Burke), 3rd son of : Josias Browne of The Neale (ca1587 - 1634]." .

10.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Sir George Browne, 2nd Baronet (+ 1698 ; who married Alicia Bingham, daughter of Sir Henry Bingham, 1st Baronet, MP, sheriff Co Galway & Mayo), sheriff Co Mayo, son of : Sir John Browne, 1st Baronet."

11.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Niece of the Earl of Tyrconnell.

12.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Valentine Browne of Liskellan (+ ca1704 ; who married Maud Lovelock], son of Andrew Browne." .

13.  Westport House and the Brownes, 17,  Eldest son - was 21 when "his world collapsed at the Siege of Limerick. For most of his life, at first helping his father, and subsequently alone, he was paying off debts incurred in the disastrous Jacobite War."  p. 17 His only son was raised as a Protestand and his daughters as Catholics.  p18 Burrishoole - one of Co. Mayo's great Catholic cemeteries.

14.  IRL-MAYO ARCHIVES 11Jun 2001, "Peter Browne of Westport (1670-1724 ; who married Mary Daly, daughter of Right Hon. Denis Daly of Carrownakelly), son of : Colonel John Browne of Westport (1638-1711]."

15.  Westport House and the Brownes, The Marquess of SLigo, Moorland Publishing, 1981, 17.

16.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Captain Sir John Browne, 3rd Baronet (+ 1711 ; who married (1) Anne Hamilton, daughter of Lord Hamilton, 4th Lord of Strabane, and (2) Julia Bellew, daughter of Sir Patrick Bellew, 1st Baronet, of Bellew Mount, Co Louth), eldest son of : Sir George Browne, 2nd Baronet." NOTE: I don't know who the mother of his son would be so am arbitrarily ascribing him to the first wife.

17.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Andrew Browne (who married Allinor Kirwan, daughter of Alexander Kirwan of Dalgan Park, Kilmaine), only son of Captain Dominick Browne ."

18.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "George Browne (who married Elizabeth Browne, daughter of Sir John Browne of The Neale, 3rd Baronet), son of : Valentine Browne of Liskellan (+ ca1704]."

19.  Notes, MP, Baron of Mount Eagle, Viscount Westport.

20.  Westport House and the Brownes, Childhood spent at Mount Browne, "his father was impoverished, and Westport House unlived in after his grandfather's death in 1711."  In his teens went to Christchurch, Oxford (likely to have read Jonathon Swifts Irish pamphlets and the Drapier letters)  income of 700 pounds per year - left from the Jacobite war. Chose architect for second Westport House - Richard Cassels  Matriculated Oxford University (Christ's CHurch) Oxford 17 July 1725.  Held office of Sherriff of Co. Mayo in 1731  MP for Castebar 1744-1760   Governor of Mayo  10 September 1760 became 1st Baron Mount Eagle, of Westport, Co. Mayo  24 August 1768 1st Viscount Westport, of Westport, Co. Mayo  4 December, 1771 The first Earl of Altamount.

21.  www.thepeerage.com, 1st Baron Monteagle.

22.  www.thepeerage.com.

23.  Westport House and the Brownes, Sister of the First Earl of Arran, enterprising and masterful.

24.  www.thepeerage.com.

25.  Notes, Died unmarried. He held the office of Prime Serjeant [Ireland]. .

26.  Westport House and the Brownes, His brother Peter was the eldest.

27.  www.thepeerage.com,  The famous picture of the death of General Wolf after the battle of Quebec show this Henry Browne supporting the dying general.

28.  Caledonian Mercury, March 14, 1811   In Molesworth Street, Dublin, on the 28th January last, of a nervous fever, in the 73rd year, the Honourable Henry Brown, this son of John Earl of Altamount, and uncle to the late Marquis of Sligo.  This gentleman early embraced a military life, and commanded the Louisburg Grenadier Company at the Battle of Québec, by whose side General Wolfe received his mortal wound, and was carried by him out of the field of battle.

29.  www.thepeerage.com, This record has his death date as March 1812.

30.  Westport House and the Brownes.

31.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Motto: Suivez Raison."

32.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "George Browne (who married Elizabeth Browne, daughter of Sir John Browne of The Neale, 3rd Baronet), son of : Valentine Browne of Liskellan (+ ca1704]."

33.  Notes, SOURCE: P. 139 ? I seem to have lost the source for many of the entries in this family tree. It echos the entries found in Burkes "The Landed Gentry".  Other entries that were not from this primary source will be noted.  "This family claims to be a branch of the ancient and noble line of Browne, Lords Montague."   "A landed propriator in both England and Ireland."

34.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "Sir John Browne, 5th Baronet (+ 1762 ; who married (1) Margaret Dodwell, daughter of Henry Dodwell of Athlone and (2) Catherine Blake, daughter of Captain Sir Walter Blake, 6th Baronet, MP), sheriff Co Mayo, 2nd son of : Captain Sir John Browne, 3rd Baronet."

35.  Notes, NOTE: The Janeville BROWNE tree also has a John BROWNE marrying an unnamed BLAKE in a similar time frame. This may be where these trees connect, although errors are likely in both of them (in my amateur opinion).

36.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

37.  http://genealogy.links.org/links-cgi/readged?/home/ben/camilla-genealogy/current+c-browne2352+2-2-0-1.

38.  Caledonian Mercury.

39.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Motto: Suivez Raison."

40.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Created a baronet in 1797.

41.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "John Browne (+ 1762 ; who married Catherine Daly, daughter of Denis Daly), 2nd son of : George Browne ."

42.  Notes, 2nd Earl Altamount  Will dated 19 August 1780 was probated in 1781.  Matriculated Oxford UNiversity (Christ's Church) Oxford on 26 Oct 1748. Was also known as Peter Browne-Kelly (16 April 1752]. Was MP for Co. Mayo between 1761-1768.

43.  The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-, 114.

44.  Westport House and the Brownes.

45.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family, Heiress to one of the largest Jamaican sugar plantations.

46.  www.thepeerage.com.

47.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family, She was 25 years younger than her husband.

48.  www.thepeerage.com.

49.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family.

50.  email Mitchell Adams 29 July 2004 to Robin Askew.

51.  The Examiner (London, England), Jan 27, 1849.

52.  www.thepeerage.com.

53.  www.thepeerage.com, He married Anne Gardiner, daughter of Silvester Gardiner, in 1766. He lived at Newtown, County Roscommon, Ireland and at Leixlip Castle, County Roscommon, Ireland. .

54.  Westport House and the Brownes.

55.  The Belfast Newsletter, March 22, 1831  On the 14th inst. At Westport House, the Lady of the Most Noble the Marquis of Sligo of a son. [NOTE I am guessing this is him].

56.  Westport House and the Brownes, 22.

57.  Westport House and the Brownes.

58.  www.thepeerage.com.

59.  Notes, Child of George Browne and Dorcas Moore (born before 1755):   Margaret Browne b 1771, d. 29 May 1838 .

60.  http://www.thepeerage.com/p5114.htm#i51136.

61.  Westport House and the Brownes, 23.

62.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "John Browne (1736-1820 ; who married Mary Borland), only son of : Henry Browne of Knockmore & Manulla ."

63.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, Sir George, 6th baronet, m. Anastatia, eldest daughter of Denis Daley, esq., by Ann de Burgh, eldest daughter of Michael, 10th Earl of Clanricarde, and aunt of Henry, marquess of Clanricarde, by who he had issue 4 daughters, viz. Margaret, d.; Anne m. To captain Power; Letitia, d. Young; Georgiana, m. Aug 3, 1790, Charles Blake of Merlin Park, esq. Sir George d. Without issue male and was succeeded by his brother.

64.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, died seemingly unmarried.

65.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

66.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, died young.

67.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

68.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, NOTE: I believe this is where this fits.   "John Browne, 1st Lord Kilmaine of The Neale (+ Dublin, 1794 ; who married (1764) The Hon. Alicia Caulfeild, daughter of 3rd Viscount Charlemont, MP, and sister of 1st Earl of Charlemont, KP), MP (1776-1789), sheriff Co Mayo, was the 2nd son of : Sir John Browne, 5th Baronet."

69.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, 161, Esq. Barrister-at-law. He held some important official position in the colonies.

70.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, Sir John, 1st Lord Kilmain and 7th baronet, created baron Kilmain Nov 16, 1789, m., April 23, 1764, Alice Caulfield, 2nd daughter of James 3rd viscount Charlemount, (by Elizabeth, only daughter of Francis Bernard, of Castle Bernard, esq., ancestor of the earls of Bandon,) and sister of James, 1st and celebrated earl of Charlemount, and had issue,  1.     James Caulfield, present Lord;  2.      John b. Aug 28, 1770, m. Miss Anne White, of Jamaica, and has issue;  3.   George, b. March 2, 1774 m. Miss Colson of Fiscaddy Hall, Co. Bedford, and d. Nov 26, 1804;  4.          Alicia-Margaretta, b. July 10, 1767, m. Nov 9, 1787, John Longworth of Cregan Castle, co. Westmeath, esq.  5.   Maria Sarah b. June 1, 1768, m. Jan 3, 1795 m. Francis Longworth of Cregan Castle, co. Westmeath, esq.  6.           Emelia-Juliana, b. July 3, 1769, m. Sept 3, 1795, the rev. John Cromie, of the Neale Park, Co. Mayo  7.           Letitia, b. Aug 29, 1775, m. John Ross, esq. Major 18th regiment of foot, and d. Dec 30, 1809. His lordship d. June 17, 1794, and was succeeded by his eldest son,  .

71.  Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 6-9 May 1749, Sir John Browne  , 2nd son Following a duel... "On Wednesday 27th January, at the Coroner's inquest a verdict of wilful murder was returned and on Thursday 28th Miller was buried under the Communion Table in the Protestant Church of Kilmaine. Miller, when he was dying, ordered that his favourite horse, Hobnob, should be shot and buried with him. This appears to have been done with regard to the horse's head, as in the mid-1850s when alterations were been made to the church in Kilmaine, Miller's grave had to be opened and the remains removed and parts of a horse's skull were also found. The jawbone of the horse exists to this day. John Browne disappeared after the duel and a process of outlawry was issued against him. In January 1749 however, he surrendered himself to stand trial in the Court of King's Bench, Dublin. The trial took place in April 1749 and there are two traditions as to the result. First that when indicted Browne tell on his knees and pleaded the king’s pardon and secondly, that James Ferris of Clogher, one of the seventy jurors, stood on the jury saying he would never find one of the name of Browne guilty. A Dublin newspaper of the day shows that Browne was found guilty of manslaughter - "Yesterday came on the Trial of John Browne, Esq., for killing Robert Miller, Esq., in a Duel, which Trial began at eight o'clock in the morning and continued till near five, when the Jury, after a short stay, brought in their Verdict: Guilty Of Manslaughter." (Faulkner's Dublin Journal 18-22 April 1749)" "John Browne was punished for the manslaughter of Robert Miller as follows - "Last Saturday (May 6th) John Brown Esq. was burnt in the Hand, at the Bar of the King's Bench and ordered into confinement for six months for killing Robert miller Esq." (Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 6-9 May 1749)."

72.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, His son succeeded him at this time.

73.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, "Miss Henderson, a lady of ancient descent in Fifeshire."

74.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

75.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

76.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

77.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, Major 18th regiment of foot, .

78.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

79.  The Derby Mercury, December 6, 1804: On Monday fortnight, at his lodgings in Bath, The HOn. George Browne, Captain in the Bedford Militia, and third son of the late Lord Kilmaine of Ireland.  NOTE: My placement of him here is based on the fact that his father was the first Lord Kilmaine and was deceased.

80.  Notes, The date of `19th`is based on interpretation of fortnight in the death announcment.

81.  MAYO-L Archives,  "Dodwell Browne (ca1730-1796 ; who married Elizabeth Cuffe, daughter of James Cuffe of Elm Hall), 1st Lord Kilmaine's brother and 3rd son of : Sir John Browne, 5th Baronet." .

82.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, 161, Major in the army.

83.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Lieut-Colonel.

84.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "George Browne (+ ca1801 ; who married Catherine Blake), son of : John Browne (+ 1762 ]."

85.  The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-, Acceded 29 Dec 1800 .

86.  Joseph Jackson , Visitation of Ireland, Howard & Frederick Arthur Crisp. 1973 , 28, "Sir John Denis Browne, Marquess of Sligo, Earl of Altamount, Viscount Westport of Westport, Co. Mayo, Baron Mount Eagle in the Peerage of Ireland and Baron Monteagle of Westport in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, K.P. (eldest son of Peter, and Earl of Altamount by Elizabeth, his wife, only daughter and heir of Chief Justice Dennis Kelly of the Island of Jamaica), born 11 June 1756; educated at Eton; High Sherriff for Co. mayo 1779; M.P. for Mayo 28 December 1780 to 22 November 1781; P.C. (Ireland) 1787 1787, K.P. 5 August 1800; succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 28 December 1780, and was created Marquess of Sligo in the Peerage of Ireland 29 December1800 and Baron Mounteagle of Westport, Co. Mayo, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom 20 February 1806; died at Lisbon, Portugal 2 June 1809, bur. in the family vault at Westport. Will dated 31 March 1808, proved (P.C.C. 409 Loveday) 19 May 1809, by Howe Peter, Marquess of Sligo, son, Denis Browne, brother, Ross Mahon, and the Very Rev. Peter Browne, Dean of Ferns, the Exors.

87.  Notes, An unremembered source had the death place as: Grafton Street, Piccadilly, London.

88.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family, John Browne, 3rd Earl of Altamont, succeeded to the title on the death of their father in 1780. Only 24 years old at the time, he was already regarded as one of the wealthiest men in the land.

89.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family, in May 1787, the Earl of Altamont married Louisa Howe, youngest daughter of the celebrated Admiral Howe, later created 1st Earl of Howe, following his famous victory over the French fleet on 1 June 1794.

90.  http://www.peterwestern.f9.co.uk/maximilia/pafg1208.htm#20690.

91.  Westport House and the Brownes, 35.

92.  Caledonian Mercury, Sept 11, 1817  On the 26th ult. at Amsterdam, the dowager Marchioness of Sligo, where she was expecting Sir William Scott from Switzerland, in order to return with him to England.  Her ladyship was born on the 9th of December 1767, and was the youngest daughter and co-heiress of the late gallant Earl Howe.  In 1787 she was married to late Marquis of Sligo, by whom she had a son, the present Marquis.  To her second husband, Sir Walter Scott, she was married about five-year since. Her ladyship was in the remainder to the English barony off Howe, now possessed by her elder sister, who married the Honourable Pen Ashton Curzon.  Her ladyship is a woman of much literary accomplishment.

93.  Westport House and the Brownes, 32 & 40.

94.  The Hull Packet and Humber Mercury (Hull, England), Aug 26 1828.

95.  www.thepeerage.com.

96.  The Bristol Mercury, Saturday, December 26, 1840;  December 22, at Bathampton, Rose Lloyd, wife of George Townsend Brown, Esq. Of Westport, County Mayo.

97.  The Morning Chronicle, March 25 1858. Died unmarried.  On the 18th instance, at Hampton, near Bath, after a short illness, Rosa Caroline, daughter of the late George Townsend Brown, Esq. Of Elmhurst Villa, Hampton, and Westport Ireland; and granddaughter of the late right Honourable Colonel Arthur Brown, MP for the County of Mayo, Ireland, and youngest son of the first Earl of Altamont.

98.  The Pall Mall Gazette, Nov 7 1879. Died unmarried.

99.  Liverpool Mercury etc. (Liverpool, England), August 22, 1848.

100.  Westport House and the Brownes, 32 & 40.

101.  www.thepeerage.com.

102.  The Hull Packet and Humber Mercury (Hull, England), Aug 26 1828.

103.  www.thepeerage.com.

104.  The Morning Chronicle, Feb 4, 1860. A third son of Dominick Geoffrey is mentioned.

105.  IRL-MAYO-L Archives, "James Caulfeild Browne, 2nd Lord Kilmaine of The Neale, 8th Baronet (Raheens, 1765 - Bath, 1825 ; who married (1793) Anne Cavendish, daughter of Sir Henry Cavendish, 2nd Baronet, PC, MP, of Doveridge Hall), MP (1790-1794), eldest son of:  John Browne, 1st Lord Kilmaine of The Neale."

106.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

107.  The Era (London, England), Sunday, July 12, 1863.

108.  The Examiner (London, England).

109.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

110.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

111.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

112.  www.thepeerage.com.

113.  Trewman`s Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser, Nov 3, 1853  .

114.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

115.  The Peerage of the British Empire, accidentally drowned.

116.  www.thepeerage.com.

117.  The Examiner (London, England), Nov 11, 1832.

118.  The Morning Chronicle, NOTE: marriage at two places - one protestant, one Catholic.

119.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

120.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

121.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

122.  The Peerage of the British Empire, Youngest daughter.

123.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820, Her name in this source was "Unnamed Colson". I am going with the name "Mary Golston."

124.  Notes, MD. of Westport, Co Mayo "an eminent physician .... capt of dragoons in Marlborough's army, wounded at the battle of Blenheim .

125.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, 161, Esq. Of Westport, Co. Mayo.

126.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, 161.

127.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition.

128.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, 161.

129.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Inspector General of the army medical department. Had no issue.

130.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, an officer in the army.

131.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, officer in the army.

132.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Lieut-Col. Of Braffey. Motto: Suivez Raison.

133.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, of Braeffey, Co. Mayo.

134.  Notes, Acceded 1809.  NOTE: Papes at Catalogue of the papers of the Bruce Family, 18th-20th century  University of Oxford, Bodleian Library:  BROWNE (Howe Peter) 2nd Marquess of Sligo, 1788-1845          Letters mainly to P.C. Bruce and family, 1810-18              MS. Eng. c. 5747, fols. 43-4, 53-4           Letters to and from him and his wife, and M. Bruce, 1811-14, n.d.              MS. Eng. c. 5755, fols. 11-18  MS. Eng. d. 2835, fols. (67-70), 136-8, 147-52, 155-6.

135.  Turtle Bunbury, The Cuff Family, Peter Browne was a man just 12 weeks Otway's junior and would go on to become one of the most enigmatic cads of the early 19th century. He was born on 18th May 1788, eldest son of the then Earl of Altamont and his wife, Louisa Howe. At Harrow he became acquainted with Lord Byron, Thomas De Quincy (author of "Confessions of an Opium Eater") and Robert Peel. In June 1809, his father, the Marquess of Sligo, passed away in Lisbon leaving him with one of the greatest fortunes in Ireland. Two weeks after his fathers' funeral, the new Marquesses's stallion, Waxy, won the English Derby against all odds. This early success is attributed to the Marquess's lifelong passion for gambling. His success was such that he is estimated to have won the considerable sum of £22,000 in stakes alone. In 1812, for instance, he won a wager of 1000 guineas by driving his coach from London to Holyhead in just 35 hours; the whips used to encourage his horses along the 270 mile trek still hang at Westport House.   In March 1816, the 2nd Marquess of Sligo married Lady Hester de Burgh, eldest daughter of the Earl of Clanricarde. A son George was born in 1820, and the Prince Regent (later King George IV) stood as godfather. The following year the Marquess paid a visit to Lord Byron in Greece. Here the Marquess encountered the Oracle at Delphi, an occasion that impressed him so much he renamed the great valley near Killary fjord in County Mayo in its honour. It was also during this trip that he came into serious disgrace. One afternoon, he visited the Temple of Atreus at Mycenae wherein, if local lore is to be believed, lies the great Tomb of Agamemnon. The Marquess looked left and looked right and then, as was the current fashion, decided that the columns that led into the Temple would go rather splendidly as the new entrance to Westport House. He duly bribed a passing British merchant ship to bring them back to Mayo. Fashionable as it was in aristocratic circles, robbing ancient Greek temples was nonetheless illegal. His widowed mother, the fiery daughter of Admiral Howe, did her best for him but the Judge, Sir William Scott, could see no way out and so the 2nd Marquess of Sligo was sent to Newgate Prison. He was released three months later to attend the wedding of his mother to no less a man than Judge William Scott. As for the columns, they seem to have been rather forgotten in the commotion, gathering dust in the basement of Westport House until shortly before the Great War when the 6th Marquess spotted them and decided to hand them over to the British Museum. He sagely had some reproductions made before hand and these may now be seen on the South Wing of Westport House.  In 1833, the British Parliament abolished slavery. The following year, the Marquess of Sligo was dispatched to serve as Governor of Jamaica. The Browne family had acquired several sugar plantations on the West Indian island following the marriage of the 2nd Marquess's grandfather to the heiress Elizabeth Kelly. The Marquess's controversial brief was to bring an end to slavery in the colony, a process he began by liberating all the slaves on his own estates. Although he met with much resistance from his fellow landowners, he pressed on with much vigour and by the time he had finished his tenure as governor two years later, the Jamaican people had bestowed upon him the title, "The Emancipator of Slavery". He returned to Westport, job done, with a healthy appetite for spicy food and an appreciation of Caribbean music. He died on 26th January 1845 and was succeeded by his son, George.

136.  Notes, Howe Peter Browne, the Marquess of Sligo, was governor of Jamaica at the time of emancipation from slavery in 1834. It is in his honour that Sligoville, the first freed slave village, is named.

137.  Notes, In an interesting convergency, Sir WIlliam Beechey did a portrait of Howe Peter BROWNE and also did one of The Oddie Children - a family on my mother's side of the family (Betty Birtwistle ODDIE).

138.  Liverpool Mercury etc. (Liverpool, England).

139.  John Bull (London England), Feb 1, 1845.

140.  The Derby Mercury, Thursday, March 14, 1816  On the fourth instance at Finnegans Hotel, Dublin, the Marquis of Sligo, the Lady Hester Catherine de Burgh.  After the ceremony, the newly married couple set off for Mr. Boswes– Daly’s Lodge at the the Curragh, on their way to Westport.

141.  Genealogical Memoir of the Marchioness of Sligo, The Court Magazine and Belle Assemble (London, England) Oct 1, 1832 pp 161.

142.  http://www.thepeerage.com.

143.  John Bull (London England), February 23, 1878; Issue 2,984.

144.  The Leeds Mercury, May 25, 1839.

145.  Jackson's Oxford Journal.

146.  Notes, 16 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, London - was this a residence of hers? I neglected to source this.

147.  Belfast News-letter, June 18, 1844.

148.  John Bull (London England), Saturday, March 27, 1847; Issue 1,372   Death of Lord James Brown death of Lord James Brown.  This gallant young nobleman expired on board the precursor shortly before her last arrival at Suez.  He left India on his return to England, having for some months back suffered from dysentery  and other debilitating complaints.  The deceased was born in 1823 and was the second surviving son of the late Marquess of Sligo, by Lady Hester Caroline de Burgh, sister to the Marquess of Clanricarde, now  Marchioness  Dowager of Sligo.  He was consequently, brother and heir presumptive to the present holder of the title.  He entered the Army as Coronet in the 9th Lancers, which were particularly engaged in the war of the Punjab, July 7, 1843.  In May 1846, he succeeded to a Lieutenancy, and exchanged into the 10th Hussars.  Lord Gough, General and Commander-in-Chief in India, subsequently expressed his approval of the gallant young nobleman’s conduct, by appointing him as one of his Aides-de-Camp.  His remains, we understand, were interred at Suez, in the presence of the British authorities at that station.

149.  The Belfast Newsletter, April 8, 1853.

150.  www.thepeerage.com.

151.  John Bull (London England), Issue 996, Jan 12, 1840.

152.  www.thepeerage.com.

153.  Hunch, Mentioned as son of John Denis BROWNE in will.

154.  John Bull (London England), Feb 2, 1846. Details relating to a h=bigamy charge lead me to believe that he fits here.

155.  www.thepeerage.com.

156.  Freeman`s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, Jan 1 1855.

157.  www.thepeerage.com.

158.  The Morning Chronicle, Feb 4, 1860.

159.  The Examiner (London, England), Saturday, February 4, 1860;  Lord ORANMORE and BROWNE died at Brighton on the  30th ult. in his 71st year. He was the eldest son of Mr. Dominique Geoffrey Browne, of Castle Macgarret, County Mayo, by the daughter and heir of the Honorable G. Browne, uncle of the first Marquis of Sligo.  He married in 1811 the eldest daughter and co-heir of the late H. Monck, and represented the County of Mayo in seven parliaments between 1813 in 1836.  The family came to England with the Conqueror, and went to Ireland with Prince John in 1181; it is a branch of the House of Le Brun, Counts de la Marche, one of whom (the half-brother of Henry III) was Baron de Valence and Earl of Pembroke.  Lord Oranmore is succeeded in his title by his son, the Hon. Geoffrey Dominique Augustus Frederick, born 1819.

160.  The Morning Chronicle, Saturday, February 4, 1860  We have to record this day the decease of the venerable Lord Oranmore, which happened on Monday, the 30th ult, at Brighton, in the 73rd year of his age.  His Lordship was Dominick, eldest of the three sons of the late Mr. Dominick Geoffrey Browne, of Castle Macgarrett, governor of the County of Mayo,  and for some time its liberal and patriotic representative in the Irish and Imperial Parliaments, who died in 1826.  His mother was Margaret, daughter and heir of the Honourable George Browne, son of the Earl of Altamont, and uncle of the first marquee of Sligo.  He was born on the 28th of May, 1787, and was educated at Eton, at University of Edinburgh, and at St. John’s College, Cambridge.  He entered Parliament in 1813 as MP for his native county of Mayo, which he continued to represent in every successive parliament (with the exception of that of 1826 – 30), down to the year 1836, when he was elevated to the peerage of Ireland as Baron Oranmore of Cara Browne Castle, County Galway, and Baron Browne of Castle Macgarrett, County Mayo.  The deceased peer was for many years vice-lieutenant of his native county, in which his large fortune and extensive landed property, joined to a high character and abilities far above the average, gave him a considerable and even pre-pondering influence.  In December 1834, on seeking re-election for the last time at the hands of his constituents, he avowed himself “the firm opponent of the present Tory administration, and a strenuous advocate for the abolition of tithes in Ireland”, although he was a member of the Protestant church.  He however declined to support O’Connell in his crusade for the repeal of the Union, and he also voted against the bill for shortening the Parliaments.  Lord Oranmore was sworn a privy counsellor for Ireland on his elevation to the peerage in 1836.  He was also a deputy lieutenant and an active magistrate for the County Mayo.  He married, in 1811, Catherine Anne Isabella, eldest daughter and co-heir of the late Henry Monck, Esq. and granddaughter maternally of the second Earl of Arran, by whom he had a family of two sons and three daughters.  One daughter survives, the Honourable Mrs. Ridley, wife of Colonel Ridley, of the Grenadier guards, and also one son, the Honourable Geoffrey Dominick A. F. Brown, born in 1819, who has now succeeded as second Lord Oranmore.  His Lordship, who is a magistrate and deputy lieutenant for the County Mayo, was married last December to Christina, only surviving child of the late Mr. Alexander Guthrie, of the Mount Ayrshire.  The Browns of Castle Macgarrett, represented by the late nobleman, aren’t offshoot of the family of the Marquis of Sligo and Lord Kilmaine, and are a branch of the noble house of Le Brun, Counts of Marcho, in France, a member of which house came over with William the Conqueror, and one of whom, the half brother of King Henry II, was Baron de Vallence and Earl of Pembroke.    .

161.  The Morning Chronicle, Feb 4, 1860.

162.  The Morning Chronicle, Feb 4, 1860 (NOTE: If I have read this correctly, this is where she belongs).

163.  The Morning Chronicle, Feb 4, 1860.

164.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

165.  The Peerage of the British Empire, 274-5, Baron Kilmaine of the Neale, Co. Mayo, in the Peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia;.

166.  http://genealogy.links.org/links-cgi/readged?/home/ben/camilla-genealogy/current+c-browne2352+2-2-0-1.

167.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

168.  Caledonian Mercury, Monday, July 10, 1826.

169.  Trewman`s Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser, Sept 12, 1839.

170.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

171.  The Aberdeen Journal, AT Harrowgate, on the 5th instant, in his 38th year, the Hon. JAMES LYON BROWNE, eldest son of Lord Kilmaine, late Lietenant-Colonel H.M.`s 21st Fusiliers.

172.  The Examiner (London, England),  Saturday, September 15, 1860  The Honorable James Lyon Brown, a late Lieut- Colonel of the 21st Regiment died on the fifth at Harrowgate age 38.  He was the eldest son of Lord Kilmaine and commenced his military career in 1842.  On the war breaking out with Russia he accompanied his regiment to the Crimea and was present at the whole of the engagements in which it took part including the siege of Sebastopol, for which he received the war medal and claps, and was decorated by the Sultan of Turkey with the order of the Medjidie (fifth class).

173.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

174.  www.thepeerage.com.

175.  Freeman`s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, June 16, 1849.

176.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

177.  The Times, On the 5th inst. at Paris, aged 33, the Hon John Howe Montague Browne, Captain (illegible)th regiment, second son of Lord Kilmaine.

178.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

179.  www.thepeerage.com.

180.  Jackson's Oxford Journal, May 9 1968.

181.  www.thepeerage.com, 4th Baron Kilmaine.

182.  www.thepeerage.com.

183.  Jackson's Oxford Journal, June 16 1877.

184.  www.thepeerage.com.

185.  Freeman`s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser, Friday, August 16, 1878  Browne.  July 27, at Rangoon, Burma (while in command of the IGS Irrawaddy) of cholera after a few hours illness, the Honourable Captain E. M. D. Browne in his 34th year, son of the late and brother of the present Lord Kilmaine.

186.  www.thepeerage.com.

187.  The Pall Mall Gazette, Feb 2 1876  [NOTE: This is a guess placing her here.].

188.  John Drebbett, The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland in two Volumes. The Thirteenth Edition. Vol II. Scotland and Ireland., London, 1820.

189.  www.thepeerage.com, Dean of Lismore.

190.  www.thepeerage.com.

191.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

192.  Jackson's Oxford Journal, July 3, 1858  "at her son's residence."

193.  www.thepeerage.com.

194.  Jackson's Oxford Journal, May 3, 1851.

195.  Caledonian Mercury, May 8, 1851.

196.  The Times, Friday, Mar 29, 1889; pg. 10; Issue 32659; col B  The honourable Charles Hugh Lindsay, CB, her Majesty’s Groom-in-Waiting, whose death is announced as having taken place on Monday morning at Lyons after a few days illness, was the third son of the 24th Earl of Crawford by his marriage with the Honourable Maria only daughter of the first Lord Muncaster, and was born at Muncaster Castle in 1816. Entering the Army in 1835, he served with the 43rd light infantry in Canada during insurrection of 1837 – 38 and exchanged in 1844 into the Grenadier guards, of which he  was appointed captain and lieutenant colonel in 1854.  He served with that regiment in the Crimean campaign, and received the medal with three clasps for his services.  He retired from the Army in 1855.  Colonel Lindsey was appointed an extra aide-de-campe the Earl de Grey, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1844, Master of the Horse to Lord Heytesbury in 1845, and Chamberlain in February, 1858.  He was Groom-in-Waiting to the Queen from August 1866, December 1868, and was reappointed to that post in February, 1876.  He married in 1851 Emelia,the eldest daughter of the Honourable and very Reverend Henry Montague Brown, Dean of Lismore, but was left a widower in 1873.  He was honorary colonel of the sixth Middlesex rifle volunteers, and he represented Abingdon as a Liberal-Conservative in the House of Commons from July, 1865 to February 1874.  He was private secretary to the Earl of Eglinton in Ireland, and for several years first aide-de-camp to Edward Blakeney, when commanding the forces in Ireland.  Colonel Lindsey had only lately recovered from an illness.

197.  www.thepeerage.com.

198.  Glasgow Herald, JUne 13, 1862.

199.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

200.  Notes, sq of Janeville, Co. Down, J.P. and D.L.; Capt half pay 9th foot  Captain Browne served in Spain, France, Canada and on the staff of the West Indies.  Armds: three lions passant in bond, between two double cotises, arg. a crescent for difference  Crest: and eagle displayed vert  Motto: Suivez la Raison  Seat: Janesville, near Killough, Downshire.  SOURCE: Ros Davies web site:  sublet St. Johns Point;  Magistrate  Corn mill owner in 1836  Helped rescue a floundering ship 11 Sept 1837  of South Down Militia  death notice 1864 aged 69  buried Rathmullan Parish graveyard  photo of plaque in church available  Her sources include Volume 17, East Downe & Lecale Ordinance Survey Memoirs of 1836, p 35, 36, 49, 88; Downpatrick Recorder; Lecale Miscellany Magazine 2002, p 32, 33, 34.  SOURCE: Newsclipping from Dorothy 1954 has much on the history of Janeville  SOURCE: Ros Davies re: JANEVILLE:  2km SW of Killough; residence of Capt. P.R. Browne in 1837; ; dinner to Major Browne in Denvir's Hotel , Downpatrick, prior to his departure to the Continent 28 Feb 1857 Lecale Miscellany Magazine 2002 p 32; old b/w map M17; Downpatrick Recorder   There are other references which may also tie in such as:  General BROWNE of Janesville; regular attendant at Killough Lifeboat Committee c. 1903; his ancestors had provided a lifeboat service along the coast for 100 years.Killough Church on the Lough p 90,91  Major BROWNE of Janeville; dinner in Denvir's Hotel, downpatrick prior to departure to the continent 28 Feb 1857; witness in assault case 25 June 1853 DR* [Downpatrick Recorder]  Capt BROWNE Tullynakill - wrote a long letter to Lord Burley about his ownership of Mahee Castle c. 1400. O'L VI p 368  Mr. E.W. BROWNE of Janeville, on Killough Lifeboat Committee in 1898  SOURCE: Register of Royal School Armagh  Charles Hawthorne BROWNE, son of Col Montague BROWNE, 24th Foot. Was at school in 1879 & died while skating at Scotts Pond, Castledillon Road, Armagh. p 97.  SOURCE: an email from Kevin Ranaghan April 12, 2003 [filed under BROWNE] Captain BROWNE was the agent for Lord Bangor (from whom he leased Janeville). In the 1830s, he was said to have put some Catholic tenant farmers off their land at Kilbride.  Lecale Miscellany vol II (1993)  "St. John's Lighthouse, Capt. Browne, formerly of Mayo, served with the 9th East Norfolk Regiment.

201.  1862 Directory, Mentioned at Janeville, CO. Down.

202.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, "Major Montague Browne served in Spain, France, Canada and on the staff in the West Indies. He. d. 22 April 1864. NOTE: This date seems to be in error based on the Belfast Newsletter announcment.

203.  The Belfast Newsletter, Issue 32919 October 27, 1864  Browne- October 22 at 10, King Street, St. James, Peter Routledge Montague Browne of Janeville, St. John`s Point, D.L., J.P. County Down, Major Royal South Downshire Light INfantry, late Captain 9th Regiment, aged 69 years. His remains will leave Downpatrick, on Monday next, the 31st., between the hours of twelve and one o`clock, for interment at Rathmullan.

204.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Late Capt 78th Highlanders; served with his regiment during the Indian mutiny.

205.  1901 Census, She was aged 67 at the time of the census and unmarried.

206.  The Belfast Newsletter.

207.  1901 Census, Age 66 at the time of the census and unmarried.

208.  The Belfast Newsletter.

209.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition.

210.  http://www.newman-family-tree.net/Emma-MB.html.

211.  The Belfast Newsletter.

212.  http://www.newman-family-tree.net/Emma-MB.html.

213.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition.

214.  http://www.newman-family-tree.net/Emma-MB.html.

215.  The Times, Dec 8, 1859 Wedding announcement. (NOTE: His placement here is based on the fact of his deceased father being John Browne of Breoffey.) .

216.  Notes, Two sons are born: one in 1861 and one in 1865. At the time of his wife`s death in 1883, only one was still living. I do not know which one.

217.  The Times.

218.  Dec 8, 1859  On the 21st Nov. at Omagh, Ireland, by the Rev Charles Maurice Stack, brother of the bride, Montague Browne, Esq. Captain 21st regiment, second son of the late Lieut-Colonel John Browne of Breoffey, county of Mayo, Ireland to Meta Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Charles Maurice Stack, Esq. of Merrion Street, Dublin.

219.  The Preston Guardian, On the 5th inst. at Mellaghmore, Omagh, within a few days of the death of her only son, Meta Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Lieutenant COlonel, Montague Browne, Staff Officer, Pensioners, Dublin, and late of Preston, and daughter of the late Charles M. Stack, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin.

220.  Notes, Acceded 1845.

221.  Liverpool Mercury etc. (Liverpool, England), Feb 7, 1845.

222.  Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper(London, England), Sunday, January 3, 1897  The Marquis of Sligo died, on Wednesday at his residence, Mount Brown near Guildford.  George John Brown, third Marquis of Sligo, Earl of Altamount, Viscount Westport of Westport, Baron Monteagle of Westport, in the United Kingdom, was born at Westport, County Mayo, on June 31, 1820, and was therefore in his 77th year.  He was the eldest son of the second marquis, and succeeded to his father’s title and estate in 1845.  Two years later he married a daughter of Viscount Strangford.  Secondly, his Lordship married, in 1858, Julia Catherine, daughter of Anthony Nugent, afterwards Earl of Westmeath.  The Marquis’s third marriage took place in 1878, when he led to the alter Isabella Raymond, daughter of Vicomte de Peyronnet, by whom he leaves twin daughters, born in 1881.  The family from which the third Marquis of Sligo sprung is a one of the oldest and most distinguished in the peerage of Ireland.  He is succeeded by his brother,  Lord John Brown.

223.  Liverpool Mercury etc. (Liverpool, England), May 7, 1847.

224.  John Bull (London England), Monday, November 29, 1852; pg. 765; Issue 1,668.  We regret to announce the death of the Marchioness of Sligo at Westport House on the morning of Tuesday last.  Her ladyship was in the 28th year of her age.  She was the youngest daughter of Viscount Strangford, and born at Constantinople in 1824, during her noble father’s embassy there.  She was married in 1847 to George John, third Marquess of Sligo by whom she has left an only daughter now in the third year of her age.

225.  Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle etc. (Portsmouth, England), July 24, 1858.

226.  John Bull (London England), 37, Issue 1,988, Jan 15 1859  The marriage of the Marquess and Marchioness of Sligo according to the rights of the Roman Catholic Church, has been celebrated at Rome, Monsignor Talbot having declined to follow the example of Archbishop Cullen, who had refused to celebrate the marriage of the ground of the bridegroom being a Protestant.

227.  John Bull (London England), July 02, 1859; pg. 429; Issue 2,012  We regret to record the demise of the Marchioness of Sligo, who expired on Sunday morning at the family residence in Harley Street,.  The late Marchioness was confined on the previous Thursday, and the following day most unfavourable symptoms manifested themselves, under which the lamented lady sunk.  She was the Marquess’s second wife, was daughter of Mr. Anthony Nugent, of Pallace, County Galway, and was only married to the Marquess in the summer of last year.  It will be recollected at the time of their marriage that some impediments were occasioned through his Lordship being a Protestant and the lamented deceased being of the Romish faith, which were afterwards reconciled by dispensation from the Pope.

228.  John Bull (London England), June 08, 1878; Issue 3,000.

229.  Freeman`s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser,  March 7, 1855.

230.  www.thepeerage.com.

231.  Notes, Acceded 1896. Died unmarried. And yet, there is an obit for his daughter, Julia. I base their relationship on the Wikipedia entry that gives dates that match his and the reference in her obituary that would be when he was the Marquis of Sligo.

232.  www.thepeerage.com.

233.  The Caledonian Mercury, April 28, 1864  Only child, died unmarried.

234.  The Caledonian Mercury, April 28, 1864.

235.  www.thepeerage.com.

236.  Trewman`s Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser, Dec 20, 1855.

237.  www.thepeerage.com.

238.  http://www.thepeerage.com, He died on 9 September 1890 at age 31, treacherously killed by Lushias, unmarried.

239.  www.thepeerage.com.

240.  Westport House and the Brownes.

241.  www.thepeerage.com.

242.  Marriage and Giving in Marriage, Hearth & Home: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Gentlewomen (London, England).

243.  The Peerage of the British Empire.

244.  www.thepeerage.com.

245.  The Examiner (London, England), Agust 19, 1952.

246.  The Examiner (London, England).

247.  Leeds Mercury, Jan 30 1892.

248.  The Examiner (London, England).

249.  The Leeds Mercury, Jan 30, 1892  Died of pneumonia.

250.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition,  Capt. Royal Scots Greys. Served with his regiment in Crimea and Turkey.

251.  Burke, Sir Bernard, History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I 1875 Fifth Edition, Motto "Suivez Raison."

252.  http://www.newman-family-tree.net/HEMN-Childhood-and-Schooling.html, We were not without visitors: most were Montague Brownes (relations of my father's mother). I well remember my Grandma's brother, General Andrew (one time of the Scots Greys) and his wife Alice (nee Ferguson) the possessor of a clear soprano voice. Their son Andrew, my father's first cousin and an officer of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, came quite often after his return from South Africa (he frequented Tattersals on the look-out for hunters), and continued his visits into our Northwood days until, in the middle of WW1 he married a divorcee, whereupon my mother's severe moral protests drove him from setting foot in our house again. This did not stop my meeting them henceforward to the end of their respective lives, at most of their several residences in the U.K. Also as visitors came two rather colourless and devout spinsters, Tan and Vi; Eily a gay lady, who later married Octavius (Occy) Lothian Nicholson, eventually a general, and Evie the youngest, who was my favourite, and who later married Occy s brother, Bertram, a navel officer who retired as captain. Amongst her skills was a lucrative one - the modelling of all manner of birds, and animals in coloured sealing wax; brooches, hatpins, and so on. They were unique and much sought after. She sent me several lovely letters from their home, St John's Point, County Down, illustrated with small watercolour vignettes scattered about the pages to illustrate the text. I do not remember how when she and Bertram died, but it was well before their due time.

253.  1901 Census, He is still resident at Janeville.

254.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

255.  2008 Aug 8 email from Wendy Jack.

256.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

257.  The Belfast Newsletter, Alice Jane only child of the late Liet-Colonel J.A.D. Fergusson, Bengal Army.

258.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

259.  The Belfast Newsletter.

260.  International Genealogical Index - v5 - British isles.

261.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

262.  2008 Aug 8 email from Wendy Jack.

263.  1901 Census, She was 17 at the time of the census.

264.  http://www.oldcambrians.com/Nicholson.html, The site says she died four years after her husband which would have meant 1962, but this does not acord with both her age at death and her date of burial. .

265.  Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, http://www.umds.ac.uk/lhcma/locreg/NICHOLSON2.shtml.

266.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

267.  http://www.geocities.com/layedwyer/smith.htm, EVELYN DOUGLAS,   youngest dau of Maj. General A.S. Montague Browne, J.D., D.L.of County Down m Oct 1915 (was postponed from April)  [ ????] .

268.  The Times, Oct 9, 1915.

269.  http://www.geocities.com/layedwyer/smith.htm,  LT. Bertram  W. L. NICHOLSON R.N.,   b 1880 St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands 6th son  Was best man to Octavius' wedding in 1911 .

270.  http://www.oldcambrians.com/Nicholson.html.

271.  http://www.unithistories.com/officers/RN_officersN.html, Military record here.

272.  Wikiipedia.

273.  www.thepeerage.com.

274.  Wikiipedia.

275.  www.thepeerage.com.

276.  Westport House and the Brownes.

277.  www.thepeerage.com.

278.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

279.  1901 Census, She was 19 years of age at the time of the Census.

280.  http://www.newman-family-tree.net/, Photo gives her husbands's name.

281.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm, His first two names come from this site.

282.  http://www.angloboerwar.com/DSO/n/nicholson_ohl.htm, NICHOLSON, OCTAVIUS HENRY LOTHIAN, Lieutenant, was born 23 July 1877, sixth son of General Sir Lothian Nicholson, KCB.  He was educated at St Paul's School, and Sandhurst; passed into the Army 8 September 1897, as Second Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment, and was promoted Lieutenant 15 February 1899.  He served during the South African War, 1899-1902, taking part in the operations in Natal, 1899; was present at the Relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso; during operations of 17 to 24 January 1900, and action at Spion Kop; operations of 5 to 7 February 1900, and action at Vaal Kranz; during operations on Tugela Heights 14 to 27 February 1900, and action at Pieter's Hill; operations in Natal, March to April 1900.  He served as Adjutant, 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment, from 1 August 1901 to 31 May 1902; operations in the Transvaal, February 1901 to 31 May 1902.  He was mentioned in Despatches [London Gazette, 26 January 1900, 8 February and 10 September 1901]; received the Queen's Medal with three clasps, the King's Medal with two clasps, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 27 September 1901]: "Octavius Henry Lothian Nicholson, Lieutenant, West Yorkshire Regiment. In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa".  The Insignia were presented by the King 13 December 1902.  He was promoted Captain 17 August 1904; was ADC to GO, Commanding-in-Chief, Bermuda, from 31 October 1908 to 15 December 1911.  He served during the European War as DAQMG 5 August 1914; was Brigade Major, 3rd Infantry Brigade, BEF, 26 November 1914 to 17 March 1915; Brigade Major, 51st Infantry Brigade, New Armies, 10 June 1915.  He was given the Brevet of Major 18 February 1915, and became Major 1 September 1915.  He was General Staff Officer, 2nd Grade, 8th Division, BEF, October 1915 to 11 January 1916; GSO2, 1st Army, 1916-17; General Staff Officer, 1st Grade, 5th Division, BEF, British Armies in France, 1917-1919; General Staff Officer, 1st Grade, War Office (Temporary), 27 March 1919.  He received the Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel 3 June 1917.  He was mentioned eight times in Despatches, and created a CMG in 1918; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and was awarded the Croix de Guerre avec Palme.  Lieutenant Colonel Nicholson married, in 1911, Eileen May Montague, daughter of Major General Montague Browne, of St John's Point, Kellough, County Down, and they had one son and one daughter.

283.  http://www.geocities.com/layedwyer/smith.htm,  MAJ. GENERAL Octavius  HENRY LOTHIAN NICHOLSON, C.B. C.M.G., D.S.O.    b 23 Jul 1877 Eng 5th Son, Prince of Wales Own (West Yorkshire Reg) d 1938  Fifth son .

284.  Photo, I have two photos, one a miniature of the larger one. The larger one is signed "Eilie 1908" and it appears to be a wedding photo. She was in my grandmother's (Jeannie or June BROWNE) photo album. At first I thought it might have been for her wedding. Now, I wonder if it was an event connected with my grandmopthers wedding.

285.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm, Date of marriage given.

286.  http://www.geocities.com/layedwyer/smith.htm, LT. Bertram  W. L. NICHOLSON R.N.,   b 1880 St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands 6th son  Was best man to Octavius' wedding in 1911 .

287.  The Times.

288.  http://www.geocities.com/layedwyer/smith.htm.

289.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

290.  Wikiipedia.

291.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm, Divorced 1970.

292.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

293.  The Times, April 20 1978.

294.  http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/Part_h3.htm.

295.  The Times, Oct 6 1972.

 

 

 

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