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Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York

Clifford Lewis

Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York

Nicholas Devereux, 1791-1855

by Clifford Lewis

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Published by Lewis in [s.l.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Devereaux family.,
    • Devereux, Nicholas, 1791-1855.,
    • United States -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes & illustrations.

      StatementClifford Lewis 3rd, John Devereux Kernan.
      ContributionsKernan, John Devereux, 1911- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D4895 1974
      The Physical Object
      Pagination116 p. :
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4934409M
      LC Control Number76361387

      BOOK REVIEWS American Religion and Trade in New Netherland. New York's Irish and German Catholics, (Jay P. Dolan) Francis X. Curran, S.J. and John Devereux Kernan (Eds.). Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland, and of Utica, New York. Nicholas Devereux, Martin J. Becker. McNamara, Robert F. Catholic. Read this book. Last names cited in this book. TYSON () ALLAN () HUTCHINSON (60) PENNANT (50) GOUGH (49) NICHOLS (49) CULLUM (46) COLLEGE (45) HUSSEY (43) GODWYN.

      On select nights, groups can book the castle for immersive murder mystery experiences that will take you back to Wexford’s bloody past. If you’re willing to drive to neighbouring county Meath, the Hill of Tara is an Iron-age monument said to be the seat of the High King of Ireland.   Wexford is located in the southeast corner of Ireland. For centuries and right up to today one of the most important ports in Ireland is Rosslare in County Wexford. It is in Wexford where the.

      Read this book. Last names cited in this book. NYE (1,) TUPPER () BENJAMIN (95) SMITH (72) BELCHER (71) FISH (37) WESSON (37) FREEMAN (35) HOLWAY (27). History of Enniscorthy, County Wexford: Enniscorthy Flood National Library of Ireland Ir f 1: W.H. Grattan Flood: History of Hooke (Templetown) parish, County Wexford: Wexford the author Wexford County Library: Walter Forde: In Ibar's footsteps. St. Ibar's Church, Castlebridge, - Castlebridge Kara Publications


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Devereux Of The Leap County Wexford, Ireland And Of Utica, New York Nicholas Devereux. OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 27 cm: Contents: Machine generated contents note: Foreword --Explanation of the Numbering System --Nicholas Devereux () by Clifford Lewis 3rd --The Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford --and of Utica, New York by John --(from Irish Genealogist, Vol.

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Nicholas Devereux (June 7, – Decem ) was an Irish-American financier and banker, and one of the major early landowners in western New York state.

"Nicholas Devereux was very charitable and hospitable — Devereux of the Leap cultured, pious, progressive Irish-American. He was proud of his nationality and of his faith, and this pride was expressed in action whenever and wherever the opportunity. John C. Devereux (5 August –) was a pioneering Catholic in Utica, New York and its first mayor.

"A settler of and a very prince among his fellows was John C. Devereux whose honourable career and many deeds of charity left behind him a memory as verdant as that of.

Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York: Nicholas Devereux, New York book Clifford Lewis 3rd, John Devereux Kernan. Call Number GO BB View in Offsite Special Access Main Reading Room Collection GO Books Dublin: National Library of Ireland.

A genealogy of the family of Devereaux of the line of Jonathan Devereaux, born in Wethersfield, Connecticut, November 7, With some additions by Cyril Allyn Herrick (Book); Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York: Nicholas Devereux, by Clifford Lewis (Book).

Devereux: numerous: S Leinster etc. Anglo-Normans in Wexford since Also as Devery. County Wexford (Irish: Contae Loch Garman) is a county located in the south-east of Republic of Ireland, in the province of takes its name from the principal town, Wexford, named 'Waesfjord' by the Vikings – meaning 'inlet (fjord) of the mud-flats' in the Old Norse pre-Norman times it was part of the Kingdom of Uí Cheinnselaig, with its capital at Ferns.

The acquisition by the Bigod earls of Norfolk, at the partition of Leinster inof the manors of Old Ross and the Island in County Wexford, could explain the high level of migration from the East Anglia area.

This map is source dependent, and represents the distribution in England and Wales of families which were represented in County Wexford.

Nicholas Devereux was born in Wexford county, Ireland on June, 7 near a place called "The Leap." He was the youngest of Thomas and Catherine (Corish) Devereux's nine children.

Being the youngest he was fortunate enough to avoid the conflict that devastated his. Devereux arrives with o English troops.

Devereux was given command of 16,foot soldiers and 1, mounted and set out for Ireland in April as the new Lord Lieutenant. As he neared Dublin a ship carrying the pro-English 13th Earl of Kildare, William FitzGerald, and 18 other chiefs of Meath and Fingall came out to meet him.

Devereux Family, County Wexford 19th Century Seeking information on Matthew Devereux, born aboutwhose parents were John Devereux farmer, and Bridget (nee Walsh) Matthew emigrated to England and then sailed from Liverpool to Australia inwhere he married Bridget Helena Lyons.

The directories are naturally an invaluable resource for those tracing family history. However, there are a few points to bear in mind. This online version of Bassett’s Wexford County Guide and Directory is designed primarily as a genealogical research tool and therefore the numerous advertisements in the original book, many full page, and quite a few illustrated, have been excluded.

Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York: Nicholas Devereux, / Clifford Lewis 3rd, John Devereux Kernan. TITLE: Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York: Nicholas Devereux, / Clifford Lewis 3rd, John Devereux Kernan AUTHORS: Lewis. Norman names, the result of the Norman invasion, now common in the county include Sinnott, Esmond, Stafford, Codd, Furlong, Wadding, Hore and Devereux.

The Welsh origin name of Meyler has also been round since Norman times. View: Wexford Surname List: Search a list of surnames originating in County Wexford. View: Irish Ancestors Of County Wexford. Nicholas Devereux was born on his family estate in County Wexford, Ireland on June 7, Some years later, his family was involved in the Irish Rebellion and consequently lost most of its land holdings.

Devereux decided to move to the United States inwhere he found work in Albany, NY. DORAN Mary Michael DORAN Mary DORAN nee CLEARY Castlebridge Town Ardcolm Shelmaliere East Wexford - Mrs Mary O'Brien, Ballywilliam, New Ross, Wexford.

Family - James, John, Mary. Michael and Margret Diran or Doran marriedJames 7, John 2 diedno Mary. Devereux of the Leap, County Wexford, Ireland and of Utica, New York: Nicholas Devereux, / Clifford Lewis 3rd, John Devereux Kernan Libraries Call Number.Wexford, county in the province of Leinster, southeastern Ireland.

It is bounded on the east and south by the Irish Sea and from west to north by Counties Kilkenny, Carlow, and Wicklow. The town of Wexford, on the Irish Sea coast, is the county seat, and there is a county manager. The Blackstairs.County Wexford (Irish: Contae Loch Garman) is a county in is in the province of Leinster and is part of the South-East after the town of Wexford, it was based on the historic Gaelic territory of Hy Kinsella (Uí Ceinnsealaigh), whose capital was Ferns.

Wexford County Council is the local authority for the county. The population of the county wasat the census.