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My purpose in compiling this selection of notes on GOREs was to better understand the family connections between GOREs, SALEs (aka SALLs) and JACKSONs – specifically Rev. William JACKSON (abt 1737-1795) of Dublin.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 13, 2018

Bethams Abstracts GORE

 

Bentham’s Genealogical Abstracts. Sir William Betham (1779-1853) was appointed deputy Ulster King of Arms in 1807 and Ulster King of Arms in 1820.  Betham spent a lifetime collating indexes and abstracts of the manuscripts held in the Record Tower of Dublin Castle.  Although Betham was a polymath, it is his work in the Records Tower for which Irish genealogists and family historians are most grateful.

 

My purpose in compiling this selection of notes on GOREs was to better understand the family connections between GOREs, SALEs (aka SALLs) and JACKSONs – specifically Rev. William JACKSON (abt 1737-1795) of Dublin. His mother was an unnamed GORE with relations in Co. Sligo. Rev. William JACKSON was the (in)famous member of the United Irishmen who died in the Court while awaiting sentencing. He had deliberately taken poison in order to die before sentence was passed, and thereby save the rights to his estate for the benefit of his pregnant wife. NOTE: There are close to 500 records of GOREs noted by Bentham. In this particular search, I focused on the names of the women.

 

This shading indicates references that I want to follow up on.

 

Other sources:

 

NOTE: In 1627, there was an apprenticeship for 7 years of a Francis JACKSON to William GORE, Company of Drapers. The father of Francis was William JACKSON, mercer, deceased, of Kirby-Lonsdale, Westmorland. A bond value was posted by Richard JACKSON and Mary JACKSON of 300 pounds. Unless there are two William JACKSON son mercers in Kirby Lonsdale, he is the same. (Richard was likely his older brother, and Mary was likely his mother.)

NOTE: I do not know whether the draper William GORE was the William GORE Esq. of Woodford, Co. Leitrim who married Catherine Newcomen. That GORE family of Ireland also had a business base in London.

 

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Sir William GORE in England son Arthur who died in England he left a son called Arthur who said he was legitimate [That Arthur GORE b abt 1610 Newtowngore, co. Mayo d. 1697]

Daughter-in-law Anne widow of Paul his eldest son

Percy Gethim of Down Anne GORE his wife

Daughter Kath wife of Capt Francis GORE of Cloonrone near [Inis?] Co. Clare Esq. & their children my

Grand daughter Elinor GORE

Grandson Arthur GORE

Daughter Anne wife of John French of Dungan in Roscommon

Sister Rebecca GORE

Nephew Capt William Wray

Nephew Sir William GORE Bart

Son-in-law William Caulfield of Dunamon Co. Galway Esq.

Nephew Edward Wingfield Esq.

Grandson Ralph eldest son of Sir William GORE

Nephew Matthew Ormsby of Rathlee Co. Sligo Esq.

Nephew Sir William GORE

Anne PARKE the widow of Sir Frances GORE (d 1713) married 2ndly Percy GETHIM (b btw 1750-1759 - d. 1837)

Gethim aka Gethin.

Cloonrone aka Clanrone Co. Clare. SEE: ·  Clonroad Beg (Cluain Ráda Beag) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 289 A, 3 R, 6 P

·  Clonroad More (Cluain Ráda Mór) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 657 A, 3 R, 38 P

There was a Gethin Estate in Co. Sligo.

Landed Estate Records: Under the Restoration settlement Richard Gethin, created a baronet in 1665, was granted a large estate in county Cork (over 5,500 acres) and premises in Waterford and Wexford. He established the manor of Gethinsgrott, barony of Fermoy, in county Cork. The Gethin family later acquired extensive lands in the south eastern part of County Sligo as well as property in Sligo town. They also leased property from other estates notably the Gore Booths. In 1853 parts of Sir Richard Gethin's estate was offered for sale in the Encumbered Estates Court. By 1906 Percy Gethin still held over 200 acres of untenanted land at Kingsborough, barony of Tirerrill.

SEE: The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, Volume 162: Sir Percy Gethin, Bart. Oct. 10. In Dublin, Sir Percy Gethin, of Percy Mount, co. Sligo, the sixth Baronet (of Gethinsgrott, co. Cork, 1665). He was the only son of Sir Richard the fifth Baronet, by the Hon. Mary St. Lawrence, eldest daughter of William twenty-sixth Lord Howth, and great aunt to the present Earl of Howth. He succeeded his father in the title. He married in June 1786, Anne, daughter of Thomas Nagle, esq. of Mount Nagle, co. Cork, aunt to the present Sir Richard Nagle, Bart, by whom he had issue the late Capt Richard Gethin, and other children. Capt. Gethin died on the 4th Jan. 1835, leaving issue by Jane, third daughter of Lt. Col. South, of Heavitree, near Exeter, the present Sir Richard Gethin, who has succeeded his grandfather in the title, and three other children.

1628

A deed whereby Roger Jones of Sligo Knight granted to Sir Paul GORE of Magherebeg in Co. Donegal Knight & Bart & [?] to the maner Castle land and lands of Newton 1500a the lands of Glanerg [?] Lean & 400a in Co. Leitrim Bally Aghotrellig Co. Sligo

 

1629

Sir Paule GORE of Maharebeg Co. Donegal Bart 16 Sep 1629 pr 2 Nov 1629

Isable his wife

Eldest sin Ralph

Eldest daughter Lettice

Sons Anthony, Henry, Francis, Robert, Charles

Daughters Elizabeth, Isabell, Anne, Sidney, Rebecca.

Aka Paul GORE

1640

266 Ralph GORE of Magharrybeg Co. Donegal Bart & Anne Caulfield of Charlemount spinster dated 23 April 1640

Sir Ralph GORE (1608-1642)

1651

Henry GORE Lieut. Col 29 Oct 1651 died 1655

Mary his wife

Sister Elizabeth Wray

Do Galbrath

Brother Arthur

Do Francis

Do Charles.

NOTE I have a death date of 2 Nov 1651.

Wife Mary BLAYNEY

1651

Henry GORE Lieut. Col. 29 Oct 1651 died 1655

Mary his wife

Sister[in-law] Elizabeth Wray

Sister[in-law] Galbrath

Brother Arthur

Brother Francis

Brother Charles

Of Magherabegg,, Co. Donegal

Elizabeth WRAY wife of Henry WRAY.

1661

Sir Arthur GORE made Baronet 10 Apr 1661

 

1662

Hugh Clotworthy Gent 7 Aug 1661 26 Nov 1662

Sister Bridget Morgan wife of Capt. Robert Morgan

[?] Mary GORE

 

1663

Mary Caulfield Baroness Dowager of Charlemount 16 July 1663

Daughter Mary [Bsil?] als Caulfield

Son John Caulfield Esq.

Late husband William Caulfield

Son William [Low?] Caulfield daughter Margaret Caulfield als Acheson

Grandson Sir William GORE

Her daughter Anne Caulfield was the wife of Sir Ralph GORE (abt 1608-1642) and mother of Sir William GORE (1640-abt 1705) of Co. Donegal.

1665

Sir Ralph GORE Castlegrove Co. Donegal Bart & William GORE of same Bart admon granted Aug 1665

Could he be a son of Sir Raloh GORE and Anne CAULFIELD?

1671

Robert Parke of Sligo 7 Oct 1671 wife Anne Power[?] son in law Sir Francis GORE

Daughter [?] Anne Lady Gore

Charles son of my sister

Roger Parke … [?]

Sir Francis GORE M. P. Sligo d 1713 of Ardtarmon, Co. Sligo.

1675

James Erskin Aughor Co. Tyrone Esq. to William GORE Bart Principle Creditor Admon 19 Jan 1675

 

1677

John Dowdale of Clonlyon Co. Meath Gent to Edward GORE the son [in-law?] Admon granted 2 March 1677

 

1678

Adm ffreerier H. de Manor Hamilton def int Dād Hanna GORE & Dād Sydnea Humes… 2 May 1678

 

1678

Adm Jacob H de Manor Hamilton Co. Leitrim Ar def int Dād Anna Gore Uxor Willmi GORE Bart  Dād Sydnea Humes Uxor Johannis Humes Bart filiabus [?] def & Gulielmo Hamilton do. 1678

 

1681

Paul GORE parish St. Michans Esq. & Dorcas White same spinster Jul 11 1681

Aka Dorcas WHYTE

1686

289 Ralph GORE of City of Dublin Gent and Sibell Spring of the same spinster dated 24 Nov 1686

Lord Mayor of Dublin Ralph GORE d 1715. She died a week later.

1690

Hugh GORE Bishop of Waterford & Lisanon [?] 13 Oct 1690

Charitable bequest of £1,200 to create an almshouse for 10 [?] ministers widows.

I do not have him in the family tree. June 27, 2018.

1693

Philip Ormsby of Sligo Esq. 18 Jan 1693-4 6 May 1694 wife Mary

Daughter Anne

Son William Ormsby & his wife Mary daughter of Francis GORE

Son Henry Ormsby

Daughter Hannah

Daughter Mary

Philip ORMSBY married Mary CROFTON of Moate, Roscommon. NOTE: One of her nephews Sir Oliver CROFTON married Abigail JACKSON of Kirkby Lonsdale (her 2nd husband).

1694

227 John GORE of Clanrone Co. Clare Esq. to Jane GORE the widow & relict 28 Apr 1694

The wife of this John GORE was Jane TAYLOR. NOTE: The townland is spelled various ways. Earlier records spell it as Clanrone or Clonrone. It is one of:

·  Clonroad Beg (Cluain Ráda Beag) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 289 A, 3 R, 6 P

·  Clonroad More (Cluain Ráda Mór) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 657 A, 3 R, 38 P

Killaloe, Co. Clare -  a village on the River Shannon – was the residence of Very Rev. Hon. George GORE b. 1774, d. 27 Aug 1. I suspect it is the same as: Killilagh (Cill Aidhleach) , Killilagh Civil Parish, Barony of Corcomroe, Co. Clare

1695

67 Thomas Cusak of Dublin Esq. to Alicia Nugent als Newcomen of Sutton, Co. Dublin widow the sister; Elinor Arthur als Cusak (wife of Robert Arthur) a sister; also Lady Frances GORE als Newcomen; Lady Margaret Eustace als Newcomen & Maria White sisters of Thomas Newcomen a farmer[?] Admon 31 Jan 1695

 

1697

Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown co. Mayo Bart Oct 1697 pr 4 Jun 1698

Daughters Mary, Sarah

Wife Elinore GORE als St. George

Sons William, George

Eldest son Paul GORE deceased

And his [?] Kath & son John his youngest [?] Arthur his eldest son

 

1700

John GORE Clonmore, Co. Clare Esq. to Francis GORE the son.

Jane GORE the widow and relict

Admon granted 6 Aug 1700

NOTE: The townland is spelled various ways. Earlier records spell it as Clanrone or Clonrone. It is one of:

·  Clonroad Beg (Cluain Ráda Beag) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 289 A, 3 R, 6 P

·  Clonroad More (Cluain Ráda Mór) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 657 A, 3 R, 38 P

Killaloe, Co. Clare -  a village on the River Shannon – was the residence of Very Rev. Hon. George GORE b. 1774, d. 27 Aug 1. I suspect it is the same as: Killilagh (Cill Aidhleach) , Killilagh Civil Parish, Barony of Corcomroe, Co. Clare.

Another possibility: Clonmoher (Cluain Mothair) , Kilnoe Civil Parish, Barony of Tulla Upper, Co. Clare

SEE ALSO: 11 Nov 1719 ROD: 24-502 (no Mem #) cited by Bentham made by John Stackpoole to Francis GORE of Clonroad, Co. Clare.

1701

Hon Francis GORE to Elizabeth GORE the wife and relict

Henry, Catherine & Anne Minor children

Admon granted 28 Feb 1701

 

1703

Sir William GORE Bart 1 Mar 1703-4 gr 12 May 1705

Wife Hannah

Eldest son Ralph GORE

2nd son William GORE

3rd son Frederick GORE

Daughters Sophia, Anne, Mary GORE

Daughter Kathleen Smith

Daughter Hannah GORE

 

1705

Sir Ralph GORE of Parish Dromhome, Co. Donegal Baronet & Elizabeth Colville of Parish of Enniskillen Co. [?] sinster 10 Dec 1705

Drumhome (Droim Thuama) , Drumhome Civil Parish, Barony of Tirhugh, Co. Donegal

1707

551 Bridget Newcomen 20 de 1707 1 Dec 1710

Husband Robert Newcomen

Brother Sir John Rogerson Knight & Alderman Dublin. John eldest son of same.

Cousin Francis Spring and Daniel Blundell – Mary Blundell wife of Daniel Blundell Cousin ….

Cousin Sibilla GORE, Martha Leahtly, John Spring & Bridget Ownes.…

 

1708

Deborah Gethin of Sligo 9 Sep 1708

Brother Percy Gethin

Nephew William Cosbinen[?]

Grand [daughter?] Deborah GORE

____ Anne GORE

Nephew Richard GORE

Niece Gertrude GORE

Anne PARKE the widow of Sir Francis GORE (d 1713) married 2ndly Percy GETHIM (b btw 1750-1759 - d. 1837)

There was a Gethin Estate in Co. Sligo.

 

1708

Deborah Gothrin of Sligo

9 Sep 1708

Brother Percy G.

Nephew Wm Cosbinen

Grand niece Deborah GORE

-------------- Anne GORE

Nephew Richard GORE

Niece Gertrude GORE

Aka Gethrin aka Gethin. There was a Gethin Estate in Co. Sligo.

1710

Lady Elizabeth GORE or Colville. Mr. Charles Co. Donegal to Radulph GORE the husband Admon 8 Feb 1710

Sir Ralph GORE = Elizabeth COLVILLE

He then married Elizabeth ASHE

1711

Nathaniel GORE Bart of Parish St. Marys Dublin and Letitia Booth St. Mary’s Parish spinster dated 24 Jul 1711

 

1712

Admon of Robert Echlin Dean of Tuam dated 9 Dec 1712 granted to John Echlin of City of Dublin Clk. Son and heir of Robert & Arthur GORE Esq husband of Maria Echlin his daughter.

Prin Off

Rev. James Echlin of Portaferry Co. Down = Hanna Champneys of Dublin 6 Jan 1683 Mar Lice page 191

Henry Echlin = Anne Houghton 1705 page 205

Revd Henry Echlin = Jane Moore 1705  page 228

Henry Echlin of Dunmoon [?] Clerk = Anne Smith 15 Dec 1709 page 5

Robert Echlin Dean of Tuam 1712 page 11

John Echlin of Drogheda = Eliza Bomford 28 June 1723 page 180

Charles Echlin N.P. [?] 1723 page 5

Arthur Echlin = Anna Maria Moore 1787 page 122

Jane Echline als Moore Int 1740 p 137

[two more pages of Echlin]

See also Pue’s Occurrences Nov 14, 1741:

John ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff
Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...

NOTE: There may be a connection between JACKSONs and RUTLEDGE. SEE: ROD:486-223-307400.

Henry JACKSON of Newparks, County Wicklow Esq. to Eugenia JACKSON of Birr and Kings County widow. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

1712

Ellinor GORE widow 13 Mar 1712 pr 8 Aug 1713

Daughters Mary GORE, Lettice Caulfield, Sarah GORE

Sarah,

Son William GORE

Lettice GORE married William CAULFIELD.

Ellinor St. GEORGE was wife of Sir Arthur GORE.

1714

395 Whitlow, Rev’d William of Parish of Cloon, Co. Leitrim Clerk

And Alice GORE of Parish St. Audens Dublin, Spinster 28 Feb 1714

I have yet to locate her. June 19, 2018

1714

Ralph GORE of Dublin, Alderman 14 May 1714 pr 13 Jan 1715

Wife [Sibella]

Son of Sir Francis GORE and Anne PARKE

Sibella Aka Isabella?

1715

1750

Frances GORE als Ingoldsby 28 Jun 1715 pr 17 Dec 1750

Husband Charles Ingoldsby

Daughter Angel Ingloldsby

Daughter of  Sir Robert GORE & Frances NEWCOMEN

1715

Lady Anna GORE als Wynne als Bingham to Lady Hannah GORE widow her niece. Admon granted 14 Mar 1715

 

1717

Francis Assallas GORE to Frances GORE the wife Admon granted 1717.

Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Taken ..., Volume 2 edited by William Maziere Brady

 

1717. Feb. 25.  Francis Gore, A.m.,  P. Kilmaclenin. [D.R.] He took the chapter oaths on May 21, 1719. [C.B.J And on 16th Oct., 1746, was fined 20s. for absence. [C.B.]

 F. Gore was the second son of  Brigadier-general Francis Gore ,  of Clonmel, county Clare, who by his wife Catherine, dau. of Sir  Arthur Gore,  of Newtown Gore, baronet, had six children, of whom the eldest was Arthur, who by his wife, Mabella Cusack, had issue three sons, of whom Francis (the only one who married) had issue by Anne, dan. of Rev. -- Lewis, a son, Francis, the father of Francis Gore, of Tyrcdagh Castle, and Clonroad, county Clare.

Francis Gore, the second son of the Brigadier-General, was born in the county Clare, and when eighteen years old, entered T.C.D., on 14th September, 1702, and afterwards graduated  A.m. 

He was ordained Priest, at Cloyne, on 29th Sept., 1708, and on 30th Sept., 1708, was licensed to the curacy of Kilshanoig. He was, from 1708 to 1714, V. Carrigamlcary and Arskeagh; from 1714 to 1748, V. Ballyclogh and Castlemagner. He was also, from 1708 to 1714, P. Killenemer; from 1713 to 1714, R. V. Mogeely; and from 1719 to 1748, V. Clonmeen, Roskeen, Kilcorney, and Tullilease. He was P. Kilmaclenin from 1717 to 1748.

He married, firstly, Catherine, youngest dau. of Edward Croker, esq., of Ballinagarde, county Limerick, relict of Nicholas Ryves, esq., of Ballyskidane, county Limerick, and had issue one son, who died young.

He married, secondly, Ellinor, fourth dau. of Kingsmill Pennefather, esq., of Newpark, county Tip.,  M.p.  for Cashel, and afterwards for county Tip. By her he had two sons and one daughter. His eldest son, George, by his wife, Catherine,

1717

John Rutledge of Grove, Co. Kilkenny 2 Aug 1717

Late wife Phebe Rutledge orse GORE Son Burrell Rutledge and daughters Margaret and Susanna – three children by first wife Mary Rutledge alias Burrell

Daughters Elizabeth, Phebe & Frances 3 daughters by sd wife Phebe

Sister Anne Rutledge

NOTE: She is not yet entered in the family tree June 18, 2018.

1718

John Breton of Cork Gent 13 Nov 1718 – 14 Mar 1718

Sons Bartholomew, John, James & Nicholas

Daughter Alicia

Daughter Jane GORE

Wife Frances

NOTE: I do not yet know who this is. June 27, 2018

1719

210 John Cusack of Kilkishinie[?] Co. Clare, Esq. 1719

Wife Elizabeth

[?] son John Cole of [Cray?]

Daughter Mabel GORE

2nd Thomas Cusak

[?] Peter Cusack

[?] James Cusack [?] John

See: Francis GORE of Clonroe Co. Clare Esq. 3 Jan 1723

Mabel GORE was his daughter-in-law (Her husband was not mentioned in the will)

1720

Ralph GORE of Barrowmount Co. Kilkenny Esq. [deceased?] 24 Jan 1720

Wife Hannah

Son William

Sister Catherine

Niece Ann Gladsteans[?]

Brother-in-law Thomas Gladsteane[?]

Brother Charles GORE

Brother-in-law Sir Ralph GORE

Ralph GORE likely married firstly Elizabeth GORGES. His 2nd wife was likely Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON, sister of Sir Ralph GORE (1675-1733). I suspect this was a 2nd marriage for Hannah GORE. This is a hunch.

Thomas GLADSTAINES married Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON. SOURCE: The London Magazine & Monthly Quarterly 1746 p 555

1721

Sir Francis Palmer of Farrow, Co. Mayo  23 June 1721 19 July foll

Wife Charity Armsloe

Sir Arthur GORE [?] & his sons William GORE & ___

Edmond Palmer of Moy[?] & Sarah Knox spinster

Sarah Annesley

Thomas Palmer of Carrowmore

Anne Palmer natural daughter

Forced to marry Dorothy Miller or was threatened to be kilt

Roger Palmer senior

Roger Palmer Juniur

Patent granted to my father

Roger Palmer deceased

Thomas Palmer son of Roger exempted from descent

Thomas Palmer of Carrowonore my brother of the whole blood

Edward palmer also exempted

Francis Knox & Arthur [?] to succeed on failure of [?] of Roger Palmer they taking the name of Palmer forever

GORE Ld LUDLEY & ors Book Index 1758-1768

ROD: 224-595-145247

 

Btw Roger PALMER of City of Dublin Esq. & George JACKSON Prospect Co Mayo… town and lands of Killindlagh the half quarter of Cloghbrack etc Co Mayo.

1722

William Gore of Parish St. Marys Dublin Esq. and Dorothea Manley of parish St. Andrews Dublin spinster 20 Mar 1722

This is the William GORE M.P. for Kilkenny of Barrow Mount.

1723

Francis GORE of Clonroe Co. Clare Esq. 3 Jan 1723

2nd son Francis his wife Catherine

Youngest son George

Daughter Elin Bellaryse [?]

Grandson Richard Bellaryse

Grandson Thomas Bellaryse

Cousin John GORE

Daughter-in-law Mabel GORE

Wife Catherine

Son Arthur

Grandson Francis GORE Fitzarthur

Brother [?] Justice Caulfield [or Caulfield]

Son-in-law William Causabon

This seems to be Brig Gen Francis GORE. NOTE: It would appear that Elin BELLARYSE aka BELLASIS would be Elinor GORE the daughter of Brig Gen Francis GORE, but in other records she appears to be the wife of his son George GORE. I have Edward WINGFEILD as the husband of Elinor GORE – but this may be incorrect. June 27, 2018.

NOTE: The townland is spelled various ways. Earlier records spell it as Clanrone or Clonrone. It is one of:

·  Clonroad Beg (Cluain Ráda Beag) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 289 A, 3 R, 6 P

·  Clonroad More (Cluain Ráda Mór) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 657 A, 3 R, 38 P

1724

John Winckworth of Maudlins Co. Wexford Esq 17 Nov 1724 pd 24 July 1729

….

Sister Hannah Winckworth alias GORE

… nieces Dorcas & Anne GORE

 

1724

John Winckworth of Maudlins Co. Wexford Esq. 7 Nov 1724 proved 24 July 1729

Sister [in-law] Hannah W. alias GORE

SEE:  John WINKWORTH of Maudlins in the Liberties of New Ross, County Wexford, Esq, and George WARBURTON, Esq. one of the Masters in His Majesty's High Court of Chancery, concerning the house and outhouses and lands of Tannhouse as formerly held by William MARTINGALE except that part thereof now held by Mr Henry ALLEN, and also a Tuck Mill next adjoining the said lands of Tannhouse then in the possession of the said Harfinch PIGGOT and formerly held by Hugh BRENNAN and his undertenants, all of which said lands and premises are situate near Maudlins aforesaid... To have and hold the said premises with all their Rights from the 25th day of March preceding, during the term of natural... lives of Thomas PIGGOT, William PIGGOT and Hester PIGGOT, sons and daughter of the said Harfinch PIGGOT, and the life of the longest liver of them, at and under the yearly rent of £30 above all taxes, quit rent excepted, the said rent to be paid half yearly on 29 September and 25 March during the said term, with clauses of Distress and Reply, as also a clause of renewal for ever upon payment of one pottleg of good French wine for every life to be so renewed... duly perfected in the presence of William WELMAN of New Ross, County Wexford, Esq, and Harvey WELMAN of the same, Gent..." [ROD 61-204-41112]

1725

Henry GORE of Sligo Esq. date 13 Feb 1725 pr 1729.

Brother Richard.

 

1726

62 Richard St. George of Dunmore Co. Waterford Esq. 7 Oct 1725 pr 2 Nov 1726

….

Niece Lady Elizabeth GORE the only daughter of the late Lord Bishop of Derry. Jane eldest daughter of said Lady GORE. Elizabeth 2nd daughter of said Lady GORE- Sir Ralph GORE father of Jane & Elizabeth GORE.

NOTE: George ASHE was the Bishop of Derry. His daughter Elizabeth ASHE married Sir Ralph GORE (1675-1733)

1726

Arthur GORE of Clonron Co. Clare Esq.

10 Mar 1726 proved 27 Jan 1730

Wife Maybella

Son Francis

Daughter Jane

Son of Capt Francis GORE & Kathleen GORE

NOTE: The townland is spelled various ways. Earlier records spell it as Clanrone or Clonrone. It is one of:

·  Clonroad Beg (Cluain Ráda Beag) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 289 A, 3 R, 6 P

·  Clonroad More (Cluain Ráda Mór) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Islands, Co. Clare 657 A, 3 R, 38 P

1726

John Boothe of Sligo Gent 9 May 1726

William Knox of Dublin Gent

Brother Col. Humphry Boothe & his wife Ellinor

Nephew John GORE has taken the name Booth

The nephew Sir Booth GORE (1712-1773) was the son of Sir Nathaniel GORE and Letitia BOOTH.

1726

Sir Ralph GORE of Bellisle 5 Jan 1726 – 29 Mar 1733

Twice married

Brother Dean William GORE

Brother-in-law Thomas Gladstean[?]

Had issue

Thomas GLADSTAINES married Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON. SOURCE: The London Magazine & Monthly Quarterly 1746 p 555

1726

Vol 34 Sir Ralph GORE of Beliole Co. Fermanagh Bart 5 Jan 1726 pr 1733

1st wife –

2 Wife- Elizabeth

Brother Dean William GORE

Cousin Honorable Harry Hamilton

Brother-in-law Thomas Gladstones

2 sons not named

2 daughters not named.

The 1st wife was Elizabeth COLVILLE & the 2nd wiffe was Elizabeth ASHE.

Thomas GLADSTAINES married Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON. SOURCE: The London Magazine & Monthly Quarterly 1746 p 555

1727

John Donellan [John Donnellan] of City of Dublin & Hannah GORE of Parish of St. Mary spinster June 28 1727

She was a daughter of Sir Ralph GORE & Elizabeth COLVILLE.

Aka John DONELON Esq.

1727

Robert GORE of Atarmon, Co. Sligo 3 Jan 1727 – 28 Jun 1727

Sister Anne GORE

Do ---- Millon and her sons

Nephew Paul Millon

Brother Francis GORE

Father Paul GORE

Uncle Richard GORE of Sligo

He was a son of Sir Paul GORE of Sligo & Isabella WICKLIFFE.

His uncle Richard GORE was an M.P, in London.

1729

251 Nathaniel Clements of Parish of St. Marys Dublin Esq and Hanna GORE of same parish spinster dated 30 June 1729

She was a daughter of Very Rev William GORE Bishop of Down & Honora PRITTIE

1729

Browne J[?] of Co. Mayo & Anne GORE of Parish of St. Mary Dublin spinster Dec 5 1729

Daughter of Sir Arthur GORE & Elizabeth ANNESLEY

1730

261 James Cuffe of Parish Drum in Co. Mayo Esq. and Elizabeth GORE of Parish of Gurtilogher Co. Mayo spinster 11 Mar 1730

 

1730

8 Charles GORE Gent to Hannah GORE of New Ross the widow and relict Admon 6 Nov 1730

 

1730

Arthur GORE Esq. & Jane Worth parish St. Mary Dublin Widow March 15 1730

Jane SAUNDERs married 1stly William WORTH & then Sir Arthur GORE (1703-1773).

1730

Mary GORE 27 Apr 1730

Brother George GORE

Niece Bellasis

Nephew John youngest son of my brother Paul GORE

Nephew John French of French Park

Sister Sarah GORE

Nephew Thomas Caulfield

Do St. George Caulfield

Brother William GORE

Nephews Robert, John & William French

Niece Mrs. Sarah wife of Arthur Newcomen

Niece Ellinor Caulfield

Mary GORE was a daughter of Sir Arthur GORE & Eleanor St. GEORGE.

NOTE: It would appear that Elin BELLARYSE aka BELLASIS would be Elinor GORE the daughter of Brig Gen Francis GORE, but in other records she appears to be the wife of his son George GORE. I have Edward WINGFEILD as the husband of Elinor GORE – but this may be incorrect. June 27, 2018.

1731

16 GORE William Revd Deacon of Down to Honor GORE Dublin the widow & relict of William Henry Hamilton – Frederick & Francis, Hanna Clements als GORE, Elizabeth & Catherine GORE Children. Admons granted 10 Mar 1731

Honor PRITTIE

1731

16 William GORE Rev. Deacon of Down to Honor GORE City of Dublin widow & relict – William – Henry – Hamilton – Frederick – Francis – Hannah Clements als GORE – Elizabeth & Catherine grandchildren admon granted 10 Mar 1731

 

1732

341 Elizabeth SALE widow dated 25 Oct 1732 pd 4 Dec 1744 Son Francis GORE – daughter Catherine SALE.

Elizabeth married 2ndly Edward SALE. See GORE-SALE deeds – especially the Sandymount references.

1732

66 William Heatly bookseller & Jane GORE parish St. Andrew Dublin widow Dec 21 1732

 

1732

Edward Croker of Rowlington Co. Limerick 16 Nov 1732

Daughter Elizabeth wife of  William Piers

Son John

Grandson Edward Piers

Gran-daughter Hannah Piers

Daughter ___ wife of Rev ___ Gore

Grandson Andrew C

Nephew Andrew Ruddock

Wife of Rev. Francis GORE

1733

Anne widow of Sir George Ashe Lord Bishop of Derry 10 Apr 1733 pr 13 Aug 1743

Daughter Elizabeth widow of Sir Ralph Gore Bart / [?] /

Grandson Sir St. George GORE Bart

 --- Richard GORE

Grand-daughter Elizabeth GORE

 ---- Catherine GORE

Sister Catherine Carew{?}

Grand-daughter Jane GORE

Cousin Sarah Wentworth

Note: Her forename is also given in Ashe Family records as “Jane St. George”.

1733

Anthony Malone parish St. Michins Dublin and Rose GORE spinster parish St Marys Dublin 27 July 1733

 

1733

William GORE Esq & Sarah Bligh parish St. Peter Dublin spinster March 31 1733

 

1734

Sarah GORE of Dublin spinster 15 Jul 1734 – 28 Feb 1735

Sister Caulfield

Sister French

brother George GORE

Sister French

Cousin Causabon

 

1734

Sir Robert Newcomen of Rosstown Co. Longford 17 Jan 1734 pd 5 June 1736 son-in-law Charles Coote Esq. husband of dau Catherine son Arthur married to Sarah GORE grandson Charles Newcomen

 

1735

James KING Esq. & Catherine GORE Parish St. Michan Dublin spinster June 4 1735

 

1736

386 Sir James Wood of Marlborough St., St. James Westminster but now in Dublin Bart 31 July 1736 proved 8 May 1738

Wife Frances wife of Edward GORE Esq. Present wife Lady Margaret Wood orse Fox.

 

1737

51 Rev. William GORE of Tipperary Clerk and Mary Moore of Parish of Abbey Co. Tipperary widow 28 Jul 1737

Note another Benthams record gives the bride’s name as “Marion MOORE”

1738

Robert Harrison Fort Fergus Co. Clare Esq. date 24 Jan 1737 pr 2 Mar 1738

[mention of several relations incl Kinsman George Ross]

Niece Jane GORE wife of William Heatly

 

1738

Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown Bart 13 Oct 1738 pr 24 Apr 1742

Eldest son Arthur GORE who married Jane Saunders

2nd son Annesley GORE of Cottlestown

3rd son Rev. William GORE

Daughter WRAY

Sister Sarah Annesley

Natural son Charles GORE

Natural daughter Molly Gore

 

1738

Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown Co. Mayo  13 Oct 1738 pr 24 Apr 1742

Eldest son Arthur GORE wife Jane GORE ows Saunders

2nd son Annesley GORE

3rd son Rev. William GORE

Sister Sarah Annesley

Bastard Charles GORE

Bastard Molly Gore

 

1739

Grizell Heaton dated 31 Mar 1739 pd 29 Jan 1739 [mentions of many nieces]

Niece Grizell Gore

 

1741

Arthur GORE of Ballygarret [(aka Sandbrook, Parish of Ballon] in Co. Carlow Esq. 22 Dec 1741 pr 2 Jan 1744

Wife Mary GORE als Echlin

Nephew Richard GORE eldest son of my brother Richard GORE of Sligo

Brother Paul GORE deceased

Nephew Francis ORMSBY

Brother in law Dr. John Echlin

Nephew Francis GORE

See also Pue’s Occurrences Nov 14, 1741:

John ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff
Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...

1743

108 Bryan McDermot of Lyssany Co. Sligo, Gent 27 Dec 1743 pr 1 Dec 1744

Only son John – wife Anne McD [?] GORE. Brother Charles McDermot

 

1743

323 Anne McDermott otherwise Mathews otherwise GORE

Bryan McDermott the husband

Ad dd 8 Nov 1743

 

1743

Mary Smith Dublin Widow

Mary GORE or Williams wife Francis GORE of Dublin Goldsmith

The daughter 16 May 1743

SEE: WILLIAMSON

ROD: 265-295-169411

1744

348 Ann Dermott orwise Mathews orwise GORE

Johnell of Lissoney Gent the son

Ad dd 1 Dec 1744

 

1744

Donnelly otherwise GORE to Henry Donnelly the husband Admon 10 May 1744

 

1744

Mary GORE Ballgarret Co. Cork [sic] 11 Nov 1744 pd 27 Aug 1750

Brother Rev. John Echlin

Nephew Joh Echlin

Niece Mary Echlin, Alice Echlin & Elizabeth Echlin

The will of her husband records Ballygarret in Co. Carlow. It is also known as  Sandbrook, Ballon Civil Parish, Barony of Forth, Co. Carlow. Her husband requested to be buried in the neighbouring Parish Church of Aghade.  There is a Ballygarrett, Mallow Civil Parish, Barony of Fermoy, Co. Cork

SEE: Pue’s Occurances Nov 14, 1741: John ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff
Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...

1744

Mary Gore widow of Ballygarret in Co. Carlow 11 Nov 1744 pr 27 Aug 1750

Brother Rev. John Echlin

Ballygarret [(aka Sandbrook, Parish of Ballon] in Co. Carlow

1744

Patrick McCarthy Dublin Gent

Nathaniel Clements Esq. Principal Creditor

Release all the Widow – Elizabeth & Margaret [?] the daughters

Admon 5 Nov 1744

 

1746

Sir GORE St. George Bart to Ralph GORE St. George Bart the brother Admon granted 21 Feb 1746

Son of Sir Ralph GORE & Elizabeth ASHE.

1747

William GORE of Barrowmount Co. Kilkenny Esq. 12 Jan 1747 pr 11 Dec 1750

Wife Dorothy GORE

Son John GORE

Daughter Jane GORE

Eldest daughter Anne GORE wife of Richard GORE Esq.

Six younger children: John, Charles, Manly, William, Jane & Arthur

Eldest son Ralph

William GORE married Dorothy MANLY

1748

134 Samuel Cox of City of Dublin Peruke Maker and Elizabeth GORE Parish of St. Bridget Dublin, spinster 20 Jan 1748

 

1748

Mary GORE or Williamson to Arthur Weldon of Dublin jeweler principal creditor Admon 2 Jun 1748

SEE: WILLIAMS

1748

Mary Smith Dublin

Arthur Weldon Admin of Mary GORE the daughter 21 Nov 1748

 

1749

159 Francis GORE [?] Co. Cork to Ellinor GORE the widow & relict Admin granted 1 Dec 1749

 

1749

162 Frances GORE Dublin widow to [Reice?] Keefe of Sutton having an interest admon 28 Feb 1749

 

1750

168 Mary GORE Ballygarrett Co. Carlow Testate Admon granted 1750

 

1750

Jane GORGES Dublin [?] to Elizabeth GORE ors GORGES (wife of Ralph GORE) the sister Admon 1 Mar 1750

 

1752

Richard GORE of Sligo Esq.

12 Feb 1752 – 19 Nov 1753

Daughters Anne GORE, Gertrude [?]

Brother Arthur GORE of Ballygarret [(aka Sandbrook, Parish of Ballon] in Co. Carlow Esq. Deceased

Eldest son Richard

Son Francis

Daughter Deborah Baily

Nephews Henry GORE

Brother Col. Francis [GORE]

Son of Sir Francis GORE (d 1713) and Lardy Anne PARKE

1753

Anne Ormsby orw GORE Artamore, Co. Sligo to Robert Ormsby son Ad dat 9 Jul 1753

Daughter of Sir Robert GORE & Frances Newcomen of Newtown Co. Leitrim.

1754

Sir Ralph GORE Baronet & Catherine Connolly of Parish St. Mary’s Dublin spinster dated 22 Feb 1754

 

1755

300 Minchin Humphrey of City of Dublin Esq & Grizel GORE of Parish of Donnabrooke, widow 31 Dec 1755

 

1755

Frederick GORE od Dublin Esq.

25 Mar 1755 8 Apr 1762

Eldest daughter Frances GORE

Daughter Hannah

Nephew Albert [Gledstone]

 

1755

Gertrude GORE Sligo spinster 21 Jul 1755 proved 5 July 1757

Father Richard GORE

Sister Anne GORE (wife of Philip Cox)

Sister Deborah Bailey

Brother-in-law Capt Francis Bailey

Niece Gertrude Bailey als Moore

Grand-niece Deborah Moore daughter of above

Brother Francis GORE

She was the grand-daughter of Sir Francis GORE & Anne PARKE.

1756

Simon Digby of Landingstown Lodge Co. Kildare Esq. and Jane GORE of Parish St. Annes Dublin spinster date 23 Feb 1756

 

1758

198 George ROTH of City Dublin Esq. and Elizabeth GORE of Parish of Newcastle Spinster 19 May 1758

 

1758

373 John Powell of Temple Grove near Palmerston Co. Dublin Gent 23 May 1758- 17 Jun 1763

….

Sister Margaret GORE

 

1760

Catherine Riddle alias Gledstones widow 6 Aug 1749 pr 29 Oct 1760

….

Niece Hannah Scott alia Gledstones & Anne GORE alias Gledstones

See also GLADSTONES and GLADSTEANES. Thomas GLADSTAINES married Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON. SOURCE: The London Magazine & Monthly Quarterly 1746 p 555

1762

102 Chidley Coote of Mount Coote Co. Limerick Esq 1762-1764

Wife Jane GORE

Son Charles

Daughter Elizabeth

Relation Charles son of Dr. Chidley Coote Dean of Kilfenera

Col Eyre Coote brother to Dean Coote

Deans of Kilfenora: 1761–?1796 Charles Coote (died 1796)

Jane GORE was a daughter of Sir Ralph GORE & Elizabeth ASHE.

1763

10 Powerscourt Right Hon. Edward L. Viscount dated 11 May 1763 pd 13 May 1765 Brother Hon Richard Wingfield sister Hon Isabella Wingfield and Hon Mrs. Frances GORE.

Son of Richard WINGFIELD and Dorothy Beresford ROWLEY. His sister Frances WINGFIELD married John GORE (1718-1784)

1763

216 George Parker of the City Dublin Esq and Catherine GORE of Parish St. Anne Dublin Spinster 13 May 1763

 

1763

220 Norris, Anne of Dublin widow163 LEWIS Revd Archdeacon William

Dated 15 Nov 1763 proved 27 Nov 1767

Only son William wife Elizabeth daughter Anne GORE – grand-daughter Anne daughter of same Francis son of said Anne GORE daughter Elizabeth MAUNSELL daughter [___] Crump

Anne NORRIS seems to have married a Francis GORE.

1763

Francis GORE St. Patricks Close Co. Dublin 13 July pd 1 Mar 1763

Wife Margaret GORE ors Powell

Mother Elizabeth Sale ors GORE widow of John Sale

Son-in-law Samuel Cox

Daughter Elizabeth Cox wife of Do

Sone Tiffin GORE [?iffin GORE]

Daughter Catherine Marks

Could John SALE be also known as John SALL?  There was an aunt of Rev William JACKSON (1737-1794) who was a widow of Dr. SALL. She was named in a contemporaneous news article as a sister of the unnamed GORE who was a mother of Rev. William JACKSON.

NOTE: This is a puzzle. Some sources have Tyffin GORE as a son of a Francis GORE and an unnamed TYFFIN. This Francis GORE was a son of Sir Francis GORE M.P. & Lady Anne PARKE of Sligo. Other sources have Elizabeth SALE as the wife of Collo Francis GORE aka Brig Gen Francis GORE of Clonmel, Co. Clare.

Also: Finn’s Leinster Journal 1770. Births Marriages Deaths. H.F. Morris. “Kilkenny, 5 Dec.

Died. Saturday last at Cashel, Mrs. Sale, wife of Mr. John Sale, of that city, merchant; a most

affectionate and tender mother.

1763

Frederick GORE of Dublin Esq.

6 Jan 1763 pr 23 May 1764

Mar art 10 Oct 1762

Wife Mary

 

1763

Lettice Brooke of Dublin widow 26 Nov 1761 – 18 Nov 1763

Son Arthur Brooke

Daughter Grace Brooke

Grand-daughter Florence Cole

Daughter Lettice GORE

Grand daughters Helen Letitia

Son Capt. Francis Brooke

Daughter Anne [Porsse?]

Lettice BROOKE was wife to Robert GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim.

1763

Richard GORE of Sandymount Co. Wicklow Esq.

18 Jun 1763 6 May 1765

Cousin John GORE In Majesty Solicitor General

Brother-in-law Rev. Thanley GORE

Wife Anne GORE

Have his children shown

[?]

 

1764

Arthur GORE Earl of Arran 20 Jun 1764 – 25 May 1773

Son Richard GORE executor

Daughter Joanna wife of Philip  Doyne Esq.

Daughter Elizabeth

Son  Arthur Saunders GORE Lord Ludley

Son Paul GORE

Mother-in-law ___ Saunders.

 

1764

Elizabeth Brereton alias GORE widow 20 Jan 1764    1765

Brother Hamilton GORE

Daughter of Very Rev William GORE Bishop of Down & Honora PRITTIE

1764

Mary GORE 26 May 1764

Husband – The Rt. Rev. William GORE Ld Bishop of Elphin

2nd son Guy Moore

Daughter Mary Obins orw Moore

Elizabeth Webb orw Moore

Gran-daughter Mary Webb daughter of the Honorable Col. Dan Webb.

This would be the first wife of Rev. William GORE – Mary COOTE

1765

161 John Freke of City of Dublin Esq. and Lady Elizabeth GORE of Parish St Annes Dublin spinster 9 Jun 1765

 

1765

210 Brabazone Newcomen of Calliaghtown C. Louth Esq, 27 July 1765 proved 16 June 1766

Daughters Frances and Arabella

Natural son Thomas Newcomen whom when a child was called Thomas Harris

Daughter Jane Fitzgerald orse Newcomen widow

Grandson Booth Gore eldest son & heir of Sir Booth Gore Bart. Daughter Emelia GORE

Possibly Callystown (Baile na gCailleach) , Clogher Civil Parish, Barony of Ferrard, Co. Louth

1766

James Little of City of Dublin Yeoman and Margaret GORE of Parish of St. Mark spinster 25 Feb 1766

 

1767

220 Norris, Anne of Dublin widow dated 13 Dec 1766 proved 9 July 1767 / Niece Mrs. Catherine Wardlow

Nephew Rt Hon Lord GORE

Niece Mrs Rose Malone and Miss Anne GORE

Nephew Mr. Albert Gladstone [Gladstean?]

Nieces Mrs ___ Scott and Mrs. Hannah Warburton. Nieces Frances and Hannah GORE daughter of brother Frederick GORE Esq.

Thomas GLADSTAINES married Hanna GORE daughter of Sir William GORE & Hanna HAMILTON. SOURCE: The London Magazine & Monthly Quarterly 1746 p 555

1767

235 Philip GORE of Sligo Esq

8 May 1767 – 21 May 1767

Wife Anne GORE

Nephew Charles Jones=

[children]

William Jones  &  wife [Jones] of John Ormsby

Brother William GORE

George GORE of Sligo

 

1767

97 William Wray Castlewray Co. Donegal 28 Aug 1767 pr 18 Mar 1769

Eldest son Henry Wray – Catherine daughter of John Mountray of Favour Royal Co. Tyrone Esq wife of same.

Late wife Ellinor Wray orse GORE

Eldest daughter Elizabeth wife of John Hatton of New Bay Co. Wexford Esq.

Daughter Jane wife of Lestre Mountray of Favour Royal Esq.

Brother Jackson Wray

Son Gore Wray

Son Henry Wray

Daughter Wilhelmina Wray

Brother in law Gustavious Brook

 

1767

Robert GORE of Dublin Esq. 5 Sept 1767

9 Mar 1768

William GORE Esq. only son & heir

M.Ad at 26 Nov 1765

Jane Kavanagh mother of my two

Natural sons Richard & Charles GORE

Brother William GORE

Son of William GORE & Katherine NEWCOMEN

1769

William GORE of Woodford Co. Leitrim Esq 29 May 1769 pr 10 Nov 1769

Natural son John GORE Esq

Wife Sarah GORE als BLIGH

Brother Robert GORE deceased and his two natural sons Charles & Richard

Friends & relations Cousin Henry   GORE of Tirlicken in Co. Longford [?]

John French of French Bank in C. Roscommon

Charles Newcomen of Dromin Co. Rosscommon John Lord Ormsby

Son of William GORE & Catherine NEWCOMEN

1771

John Mitchell of City of Dublin Esq. & Mary GORE of [Frenchfort?] Co. Kilkenny 19 Sep 1771

 

1772

Jane Fitzgerald of Cottage in Co. Dublin widow 8 May 1772 pr 26 Nov 1785

Margaret Countess Dowager of Barrymore

Niece Arabella GORE

To be buried at Drogheda with her grandmother Lady Jane Newcomen

 

1773

Arthur Webb of Webbsborough Co. Kilkenny Esq. and Dorothy GORE of parish of Newcastle Co. Wicklow spinster 12 Jan 1773

 

1774

197 Rt. Hon Anthony Malone one of His Majesty’s Most Hon Privy Council 12 Jul 1774 – pd 19 Jul 1776

Wife’s sisters Mrs. Catherine Daly and Mrs Mary GORE wife’s grand-nieces Hannah & Rose Donnellan daughter of wife’s nephew Lieut Ralph Donnellon

[many other relations …]

 

1774

Charles GORE of Goresgrove als Garrehiggan Co. Kilkenny Esq.

31 Dec 1774- 15 Mar 1777

Daughter Rose GORE deceased

[gr] Dorothea

[gr Anne GORE als Tyndal

& Mary wife of ___ Mitchel

Wife Anne

Brother Frank GORE [Francis GORE]

Half-brother Wallis Hewetson

Son Charles GORE

Half brother Christopher Hewetson

Half-brother Dutton Hewetson

 

1775

393 Dame Alice GORE (alias Burton) to the Hon Earl of Ross the Brother Admon granted 22 Feb 1775

 

1776

229 Sir Haydocke Evans Morres of Kilkreen Liberties of the City of Kilkenny Bart 24 Dec 1776 pr 31 Jan 1777

Wife Frances Jane Gorges GORE father Sir William Evans Mores; Brother-in-law Clayton Bayley; sister Isabella Morres and Mary Bayly

 

1779

Charles GORE of Goresgrove in Co. Kilkenny 2 Oct 1779 pr 6 July 1781

Brother-in-law John MITCHEL of Dublin Esq & his eldest son Charles Gore Mitchel by [?] sister Mary. He to take the name of GORE.

Uncle Francis GORE

Mother Anne GORE

 

1780

Annesley GORE of Belleek in Co. Mayo Esq.

8 Aug 1780 pr 22 Feb 1782

Eldest daughter Elizabeth GORE

[daughter?] Anne wife of Hen [Carrey?}

[daughter?] Eleanor wife of Rt. Hon Henry King

[daughter?} Mary wife of Francis King Esq & her sons Annesley, Francis, James Henry.

Son of Sir Arthur GORE & Elizabeth ANNESLEY?

1780

GORE Annesley Beleek Co. Mayo Esq.

8 Aug 1780 pr 22 Sep 1882

2nd daughter Elizabeth GORE

Daughter Anne Cary wife of Henry Carey

Daughter Eleanor King wife of Hon Henry King

Daughter Mary Knox wife of Francis Knox

Grandson Francis Knox 2nd son of above

James son 3rd son of Francis

Henry Knox 4th son of Francis Knox

Annesley Knox eldest son of Francis Knox

Henry Carey 2nd son of Henry Carey

Grandson Annesley Carey eldest son of Henry Carey

 

1780

Richard Wood, Dublin Doctor of Physic 6 Sep 1776 pr 12 Jan 1780

[long list of relations]

Late uncle Philip Cox Esq. Mrs. Anne Cox alias GORE widow of same

 

1781

330 George Roth of Dublin Esq. 25 Aug 1781 pr 7 Feb 1786

Wife Elizabeth Roth als GORE

Brother Richard Roth of Mountrath, Co. Kilkenny Esq. deceased

….

 

1781

84 John Sinclair of Kilkenny Farmer and Dorothea GORE of Parish of St. Michan spinster 29 Jun 1781

 

1781

Manly GORE Clk

Henry Clements Guardian of William GORE, John GORE & Nathaniel Clements GORE minors the children

Admon granted 20 Nov 1781

 

1782

Humphrey GORE City Dublin 12 Sep 1782 pr 17 Apr 1787

Son- Thomas GORE

Wife: Mary GORE ows McCarthy

Father Paul GORE so of Sir Francis GORE & Lady Anne GORE

Mother – Dorcas Whyte otherwise GORE dau of Col Thomas Whyte

Brother Lieut Thomas GORE

Stepson Wm Walsh

Former wife Elizabeth GORE ows Sodin

Son Francis GORE by the above

A Thomas GORE had holdings in Pimlico He died bef Aug 4 1779

SEE: ROD:325-327-220706

1783

Francis GORE of Sligo

4 Jan 1763 12 Dec 1763

Uncle Henry GORE

 

1783

Henry Hatton of Clonard Co. Wexford Esq. and Lady Anne Jane GORE Gardiners Row, City of Dublin 18 Oct 1783.

 

1783

Sir William Moore Bart of Cork Capt in 61st Regiment

Date 15 Aug 1783 pr 28 Jan 1784

Sister Catherine Moore

Mentions Anne GORE daughter of the late Sir Emanuel Moore who married John GORE Esq. Lieut. Gen Col of 6th Regiment of foot & [?] John & William GORE

 

1783

William French Dean of Ardagh 20 Jun 1783 – pd 26 Jun 1785

Brother Robert French

Wife Frances Isabella French

Son Robert his wife Ann Wolf

Daughters Anne Waring; Frances Newburgh; Mary GORE; Elizabeth Countess Milltown

Daughter-in-law Ann French

Son Jeremy

 

1784

72 Anne Strong of Green park Co. Down widow 25 Dec 1784

Relation Jane GORE

 

1784

Moore of Abbey in Co. Tipperary

Widow of [___] Moore

Mary GORE wife of the Rev Will GORE D.D. Bishop of Elphin

26 Apr 1784 -18 July 1768

 

1784

William GORE Lord Bishop of Limerick 2 Mar 1782 pd 18 Mar 1784

Brother-in-law Robert French

Wife Mary GORE – dau Frances, Honora, Hannah – daughters Anne & Elizabeth – son William GORE.

I am guessing the the 1st 3 daughter are the children of Mary COOTE, and the latter children of Mary FRENCH.

1785

107 George Williams of City Dublin and Catherine GORE of Parish St. Mark spinster 8th June 1784

 

1785

220 William Molyneaux of City Dublin Esq and Catherine GORE of Parish St. Thomas spinster 10 Mar 1785

 

1785

89 Lewis, Elizabeth widow 14 Apr 1785 pd 27 Jan 1789

Brother Rev. Wm. Buckner – Bryanna Buckner wife of same- grandson Francis Gore daughter Anne GORE – grandson William Lewis daughter Dorothea Crump daughter Elizabeth Maunsell. Richard son of same.

See #220

1787

Elinor Roberts ors GORE ors Penefather Dublin Widow to

George GORE or Laureldawn Queens Co. Esq. Son

Ad dd 2 Oct 1787

 

1787

Mary GORE 8 Sept 1787 pd C.L.

Brother James, George, William GORE

Niece Bellacis

Nephew John GORE

Sister Catherine GORE; Bridget GORE

Nephew John French

Sister Sarah GORE

Nephew Thomas Caulfield

Brother ____ Caulfield

Nephew St. George Caulfield

This line is complicated. Catherin GORE daughter of Sir Arthur GORE & Eleanor St. GEORGE married Brig Gen Francis GORE.

NOTE: It would appear that Elin BELLARYSE aka BELLASIS would be Elinor GORE the daughter of Brig Gen Francis GORE, but in other records she appears to be the wife of his son George GORE. I have Edward WINGFEILD as the husband of Elinor GORE – but this may be incorrect. June 27, 2018.

1787

Webb, Arthur Webbsborough Co. [?] Esq.

Gertrude & Anne GORE spinsters the sisters

Anthony, Richard, William, George & Elizabeth minors the children

Dorothea the widow 16 Jun 1787

I assume that his wife was Dorothea GORE

1792

244 Hugh Wentworth of City of Dublin Esq and Elizabeth GORE of Parish of St. Mary widow 10 Aug 1792

 

1792

378 John Lyman of City of Dublin Esq and Anne GORE of parish of St. Mary’s Dublin spinster 9 Jun 1792

 

1793

Dudley Loftus of Killyon, Co. Meath Esq. and Lady Jane GORE parish St. Thomas, Dublin spinster 5 Jul 1793

 

1793

The Rt. Hon Edward Cary of City of Dublin Esq and Mary GORE of Parish St. Thomas Widow. 13 July 1793

 

1794

69 Thomas Brownrigg of Co. Wicklow Clke & Gertrude GORE of parish of St. Thomas Dublin spinster Directed to said Parish 12 Apr 1794

 

1794

Rev Thomas Brownrigg of Mt. Kennedy Co. Wicklow = Gertrude GORE of Dublin 12 Apr 1794

 

1796

1391 Anthony Mills of City of Dublin Esq. and Catherine GORE of Parish of St. Anne spinster 23 July 1796

 

1796

GORE Anne City Dublin spinster dated 11 Feb 1796 proved 18 Mar 1799 Sister Gertrude GORE

 

1797

379 George Paul Marquay of City of Dublin and Anne GORE of the Parish St. Mary’s spinster 29 Dec 1797

 

1797

Ann GORE City Dublin widow dated 18 Sept 1795 proved 13 Apr 1796

Daughter Jane GORE.

 

1797

Verney Robert Lovett of Kilmore Co. Dublin Esq, & Jane GORE of Parish St. Thomas Dublin spinster 10 Feb 1797

 

1798

Francis GORE of Goddarval Co. Clare Esq. 31 July 1798 pr 3 Mar 1801

Son Francis Arthur GORE of Kilkenny Esq. 29 Apr 1805 pr 3 Jul 1805

Wife Anne

Mother Sarah

Eldest son [Henry?]

Youngest son William

Daughters Ellen & Frances GORE

Ralph GORE of [Gore] Lodge

 

1798

Richard Harding of Dublin Castle Esq and Mary GORE Dublin Parish St. Mary’s spinster 5 May 1798

 

1799

Ralph Gore Earl of Ross 9 May 1799 16 Sep 1802

Daughter Mary wife of Richard Hardinge

 

1801

291 Hon Frederick Cavendish of Merrion St., Dublin and the Hon. Lady Elinore GORE of Parish of St. Anne Spinster 22 May 1801

 

1801

Henry GORE paymaster 24th Light Dragoons to Margaret the widow 10 Apr 1801

 

1805

370 Rev. William [Every] of Ballinrobe Co. Mayo and Elizabeth GORE Parish of St. Ann Dublin spinster 12 Feb 1805

 

1805

Arthur GORE of Kilkenny Esq

29 Apr 1805 pr 3 July 1805

Wife Anne

Mother Sarah

Eldest son [Henry?]

Youngest son William

Daughters Ellen & Frances

 

1807

Deed 30 Jan 1807 btw Anne GORE of Spanish Place Manchester Square widow ….

SEE: GORE, JOHN, Dukes Street, Manchester Square, Co. Middlesex, Esq. 31 July 1787. Precis % p. 23 July 1791.

 

To his honoured and beloved mother Ann Gore, widow, sole exor., his interest in property, in counties Tipperary and Cork, and in Crutched ffryers, London. Witnesses: Walter Sweetman, city of Dublin, Esq., Henry Barker, Gray's Inn, London, Esq., and Wm. Giffard, clerk to said Henry Barker. Memorial witnessed by: said Walter Sweetman and Henry Barker. 433, 389,283703 Ann Gore (seal)

1808

99 Benjamin Blakeney of Rookstown Co. Meath Esq & Hon Anne GORE of parish of Clontarf spinster […?] 19 Nov 1808

 

1814

119 Joseph Daly of Gt. Ship St. Vintner and Elizabeth GORE of Parish of St. Bridget spinster 8 March 1814

 

 

 

 

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