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Thomas Langlois Lefroy, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland (1776 - 1869)

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Col. Paul Brunet de Rochebrune MP (1656 - 1733)

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William Larminie (1849 - 1900)

William Larminie , Poet and Folklorist William Larminie whose family was descended from the Hugenots was born in Castlebar on the 6th August 1849. After graduating from Trinity College he took up emp...

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Benjamin Bonneval La Trobe (1728 - 1786)

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Margaret Barre (1748 - 1807)

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Colonel Isaac Barré MP (1726 - 1802)

Colonel Isaac Barré Irish soldier and politician. He earned distinction serving with the British army during the Seven Years' War, and later became a prominent Member of Parliament where he be...

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Marie Madelaine Raboteau (1696 - 1755)

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Peter Barré (1696 - 1774)

Peter Barre married Miss Raboteau, also a refugee. He was an alderman of Dublin, and carried on a large business as a linendraper. His son Isaac, educated at Trinity College, Dublin, entered the army, ...

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David Hautenville (c.1650 - d.)

David Hautenville was born about 1650 and came from Rouen to London about 1680, and from there to Lisburn. It is thought that he married in Lisburn in 1680. In 1690 the army lists show Ensign Hautenvil...

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James Pettigrew (from Ireland) MP (1713 - 1784)

James Pettigrew left a will, dated December 18, 1784, in Ninety Sixth District, South Carolina. Witnesses were Handy Harris and James and William Pettigrew. He named his wife, Mary Pettigrew, and child...

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Abel William Labertouche (c.1769 - d.)

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Richard Gillett (b. - 1678)

St Mary's cemetery Youghal Cork, a massive free-stone slab to the memory of Alderman : Richard Gillett of Youghal, who died 21 Sept., 1678 Lieutenant Cork Militia

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Isaac D’Olier (1660 - d.)

Isaac was made Free Burgess of Amsterdam in 1686 and was naturalised in Dublin in 1698, under an Act for encouraging Protestant Strangers to settle in Ireland

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Charles Mestayer (c.1690 - d.)

Freemen of Dublin (from the Dublin City Library & Archive) - Chas. MESTAYER, Chandler: Easter term 1729 (by Act of Parliament)

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David Béranger (deceased)

Came from France, first settled in Rotterdam the Netherlands for a short while then moved to Dublin Ireland. Ancient Freemen of Dublin (from the Dublin City Library & Archive) - Dav'd BERANGER, Pro...

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Gabriel Béranger (1731 - 1817)

BERANGER, GABRIEL ( 2 marriages first marriage to his cousin Louise Beranger) Memoir of Gabriel Beranger Artist, was born in Rotterdam 5 May 1731 , and was descended from one of the Hugueno...

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John Latrobe (c.1660 - d.)

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James Gandon (1742 - 1823)

James Gandon Recognised as one of the leading architects to have worked in Ireland in the late 18th century and early 19th century. His better known works include The Custom House, the Four Courts,...

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Charles Robert Maturin (1782 - 1824)

Charles Robert Maturin, also known as C.R. Maturin Irish Protestant clergyman (ordained by the Church of Ireland) and a writer of gothic plays and novels. Novels The Fatal Revenge; or, the Fami...

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Reverend Jaques Hierome (c.1660 - d.)

The Rev. Jacques HIEROME Was born before 1660, French Minister in Somerset House, the Chapel of which was originally granted by Charles I, to his Queen, Henrietta Maria, and was afterwards appropriat...

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Prudence Hierome (1677 - d.)

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Guillermine Martha de la Pierre (1717 - d.)

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George La Nauze (1706 - 1800)

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John Bonass (1757 - 1807)

Address 1774: JERVIS QUAY Dublin Address 1772: BATCHELORS WALK , Dublin Church Baptism Record Name: Jone Bonus Date of Baptism/Birth: 22-Jul-1757 Address: Parish/District: ST.PAUL'S ARRAN QU...

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Peter LEMAISTRE (b. - 1758)

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James Pettigrew 2nd MP (1659 - 1753)

James Pettigrew, sometimes known as "James 2nd", one of two sons of James Pettigru, who emigrated from France to Scotland in 1648. "James Pettigrew 2nd and his brother, John Pettigrew, were two des...

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Joseph Le Fanu (c.1740 - d.)

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Henri de Massue, 2nd Marquis de Ruvigny, Earl of Galway (1648 - 1720)

Henri de Massue, Marquis de Ruvigny, afterwards Earl of Galway PC (9 April 1648 – 3 September 1720) was a French Huguenot soldier and diplomat who was influential in the English service in the...

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David Digues des Rompieres La Touche (1671 - 1745)

David Digues des Rompieres La Touche David Digues des Rompieres De La Touche was born in 1671 and educated in a strictly Protestant manner. While in Holland, he secured a commission with Colonel La C...

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