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''Red'' Owen O'Neill (1590 - 1649)

"Eoghan Ruadh Ó Néill"

Eoghan Ruadh Ó Néill (ca. 1590–1649) Born at Armagh in Ulster, Owen Roe ("Red Owen") was the son of Art MacBaron O'Neill and the nephew of Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone (1540-16...

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6/7/2012 6/7/2012

Donal Cam O'Sullivan Beare, Prince of Beare, 1st Count of Berehaven MP (1561 - 1618)

"Domhnall Cam Ó Súilleabháin Bhéara (Irish)"

Donal Cam O'Sullivan Beare, Prince of Beare, 1st Count of Berehaven (Irish: Domhnall Cam Ó Súilleabháin Bhéara) (1561–1618) was the last independent ruler of the O'Su...

5/1/2012 6/6/2012

Sir Edward Blayney, also Blainey or Blaney (1570-1629?) was a Welsh soldier in Ireland. He became Baron Blayney of Monaghan in the Peerage of Ireland. After Lord Mountjoy occupied Moyry Pass in 1...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

Sir John Perrot, MP MP (1528 - 1592)

Family and Education b. 1528/9, reputed illegit. s. of Henry VIII by Mary, da. of James Berkeley of Thornbury, Glos., w. of Thomas Perrot of Islington, Mdx. and Haroldston; half-bro. of Sir Henry and...

6/5/2007 6/6/2012

2/22/2008 6/6/2012

Sir Griffin Markham (b. - c.1645)

Sir Griffin Markham (d. aft. 1644) was an English soldier, the son of Thomas Markham and Mary Griffin. On 29 May 1592, he married Anne Roos. He was knighted in 1594 after serving under the Earl o...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

Sir John Harington MP (c.1561 - 1612)

"Sir John Harrington", "Sir John "The Writer" Harington"

John Harington (also spelled Harrington) (4 August 1561 – 20 November 1612), of Kelston, was a courtier, author and master of art. He became a prominent member of Queen Elizabeth I's court, and ...

3/6/2007 6/6/2012

Niall Garve O'Donnell (1569 - 1626)

"Niall Garve O'Donnell"

Niall Garbh Ó Domhnaill (anglicised as Niall Garve O'Donnell) 1569 - 1626. He is best known for siding with the English against his kinsman Hugh Roe O'Donnell during the Nine Years' War in the...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

Sir Conyers Clifford (b. - 1599)

Conyers Clifford (died 1599) was an English military commander. Life He was the eldest son of George Clifford, esq., of Bobbing Court in Kent, by his wife Ursula, daughter of Roger Finch. He ...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

) GEORGE CAREW, 1555-1629 EARL OF TOTNES. Various circumstances have combined to obscure the fame of this great and good man, and to exclude his character from that station amidst British worthie...

10/3/2010 6/6/2012

Henry Danvers, 1st Earl of Danby, KG (Dauntsey, 28 June 1573 – was an English soldier. Outlawed after a killing, he regained favour and became a Knight of the Garter. Henry Danvers, Earl of ...

12/30/2010 6/6/2012

Thomas Butler, 2nd Baron Cahir (c.1568 - 1627)

"2nd Baron (2nd creation)"

Thomas Butler, 2nd Baron Caher1 M, #190113, b. circa 1568, d. 31 January 1626/27 Last Edited=2 Jul 2006 Thomas Butler, 2nd Baron Caher was born circa 1568.1 He was the son of Sir Theobald But...

8/28/2008 6/6/2012

Hugh Maguire (b. - 1600)

Aodh Mag Uidhir, anglicised as Hugh Maguire (died 1600) was the Lord of Fermanagh in Ireland during the reign of Elizabeth I and leader of the ancient Maguire clan; he died fighting crown authority d...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

General Sir John Norreys, MP MP (c.1547 - 1597)

"Black Jack", "the general"

Family and Education b. c.1547, 2nd s. of Sir Henry Norris I and bro. of Edward, Sir Henry II and William. unm. Kntd. 1586. Offices Held MP [I] 1585. Volunteer under Coligny 1571; capt. in Ulster...

8/20/2007 6/6/2012

Hugh McShane O'Neill (1575 - 1621)

Hugh "McSeáin" O'Neill genealogies list Hugh as the son of Con MacShane O'Neill, 3rd son of Shane O'Neill and as the 10th son of Shane O'Neill. In both cases he was a grandson of Conn O'Neill,...

6/6/2012 6/6/2012

Randal Macsorley MacDonnell, 1st Earl of Antrim (died December 10, 1636), (called "Arranach" in Irish/Scottish Gaelic) (meaning "of Arran") having been fostered in the Gaelic manner on the Scottish i...

12/15/2008 6/6/2012

Sir John Chichester (1549 - 1585)

1st son heir of his father John Chichester, Jr., who was Governor of Carrickfergus and fought in the Battle of Carrickfergus , was his younger brother. links FamilySearch AFNs: 9GWF-0T, 1VM...

3/20/2009 6/6/2012

Arthur Chichester, 1st Baron Chichester (May 1563 – 19 February 1625), known between 1596 and 1613 as Sir Arthur Chichester, was an English administrator and soldier, best known as the Lord De...

12/7/2008 6/6/2012

Sorley Boy MacDonnell MP (1505 - c.1589)

"Sorley Boy /MacDonnell/Mac Domhnaill", "Somhairle Buidhe Mac Domhnaill"

Somhairle Buidhe Mac Domhnaill English: Somhairle of the yellow hair, son of Donnell, anglicised Sorley Boy MacDonnell, or MacDonald in Scotland) (c. 1505 - 1590), Scoto-Irish prince or flaith and ch...

7/31/2008 6/6/2012

LANE, Ralph (c.1532-1603), of London. Family and Education b. c.1528, 2nd s. of Sir Ralph Lane (d.1541) of Orlingbury, Northants. by Maud, da. and coh. of William Parr†, 1st Baron Parr of Hort...

4/1/2008 6/6/2012

Sir Henry Bagnall, MP (1556 - 1598)

Sir Henry Bagenal (c. 1556 – 14 August 1598) was marshal of the army in Ireland during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Life He was the eldest son of Nicholas Bagenal and Eleanor Griffi...

1/18/2012 6/6/2012

BERE ALSTON1593Family and Education b. 1563, 2nd s. of James, 6th Lord Mountjoy, by Catherine, da. of Thomas Lee of St. Oswalds, Yorks. educ.Winchester scholar 1573; Oxf.; Clifford’s Inn; M. Tem...

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Red Hugh O'Donnell MP (c.1572 - 1602)

"Aodh Ruadh Ó Domhnaill"

Aodh Ruadh Ó Domhnaill Anglicised as either Hugh Roe O'Donnell or Red Hugh O'Donnell (1572 – 10 September 1602), was An Ó Domhnaill (The O'Donnell) and Rí (king) of Du...

5/5/2012 6/6/2012

Red Hugh O'Neill , 2nd Earl of Tyrone MP (1550 - 1616)

"Red Hugh O'Neill"

Hugh O’Neill 2nd earl of Tyrone, byname The Great Earl (born c. 1540—died July 20, 1616, Rome, Papal States [Italy]), Irish rebel who, from 1595 to 1603, led an unsuccessful Roman Catho...

5/1/2012 6/6/2012

'Sir Richard Leveson (c.1570 – 2 August 1605)[1] was an important Elizabethan seaman, a member of the English parliament and a major landowner in Shropshire and Staffordshire. 'Leveson's fathe...

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