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@---> March 2oo9 ...MAJOR Clean-UP To Do Here, and Link "these" OLD Angelfire pages, To & From my NEW Angelfire pages:
http://gene-herbkingsland.angelfire.com/index.html
. . . To Be Finished, in a Few Years..

TO GET my Real e-address, put the d, on my Last Name..
. . . herbkingslan@rocketmail.com

@---> SOME of the Links below this line, are DeDD..
. . . working on Fix'z ... March 2oo9
... HK

The Barnewall Project, page 1.1

Dublin Ireland History
+ Barnewall Family Genealogy, & connexions


[..with some information on Countys Cork, Meath, and ..?..]

SOME of the Links, To & From Text pages and Listings pages = are "broken" . . . TO Be Fix'd..


The Dublin History Books, come From HERE:

@ Chapters of Dublin History,
. . . in Words & Pictures


http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/index.htm

. . . more of This, on the Sources Page


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The Barnewall Familys
. . . of Drimnagh, Crickstown, Turvey, Trimlestown (.Trim.)
.with only-Minor information (.so far.) on a few other Branches

. . . Barons Crickstown, Lords Trimleston, Viscounts Kingsland, others..?
. . . NO Titles..? for the Drimnagh Barnewall's..?


@ Sources -- Links & Contents


@ Tribes -- Family names



@ main-Line Master List -- page 6
. . combined Information, from many web-sites
.. . . . Drimnagh, To Crickstown, To Turvey, To Trim,
@ . . . . . To Kingsland = Family name..?


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@---> The Major Players in this Gene Game
(.several connections each, to Barnewall's -- and many cross connections.) . . .

Bagenal--Bagnall - Barnewall - Bellew - Brandon - Butler - Clifford - Colclough - Cusack - Dartas--Dartasse -
de Berneval - Dillon - Eustace - Fitzgerald - Fleming - Howard - Kingsland - Luttrell - Plunkett - Preston -
Sarsfield - St Lawrence - Welles . . . more to come


@ The Minor Players of this Gene Game
(.Family name -- seen only Once, so-far.)

de Clahull - Griffith - Killeen - Molyneux - O'Donnell - Sharl . . . more to come


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BE Prepared to =Stay= for Hours, and -- Come Back, for Years.. (..depending on how fast you can read, and how fast your machine flip pages..)

...HK

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@ MY Extracts, from some of the web-pages shown.. Cuts & minor Edits done -- to make the information more easyly read-able.. Concentrating on the Barnewall's -- but trying to keep some Historical Info & Dates, for continuity..

This is the =first= of several too-many pages..
P-Lenty of mistakes, everywhere.. I will fix 'um as I see 'um.. [..only, about Ten-more pages, to Extract.. = NO time soon...]


@ Barnewall, Kingsland, ME, and general genealogy Links -- are at the bottom of This page, and on most other pages..


@ More Details, & More Links = TO Come.. Slowly..
@ Maybe..? = graphics, photos, maps -- sometime..?
@ Definitions,
and Historical Explain's of some words..?
[..Pale, Commonwealth, Rebellion, Restoration . . . ]


Herb Kingsland -- Dec 2000, Jan 2001

HKmix@webtv.net

Los Angeles, Califunya, USA

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Pages Contents List


Page 1
Locations -- Howth, Dalkey, Mulhuddart, Drimnagh, Balrothery, Grace Dieu, Lutterllstown
Familys -- @ St Lawrence. Plunkett, Lutterll, Eustace, Serjeant, Sarsfield, ...others
@ Henry Barnewall, 2nd Viscount Kingsland

Page 2
Locations -- Monkstown, Tully, Carrickmines, Tallaght, Saggart, Lucan, Kilmactalway, Clonturk, Drumcondra
Familys -- @ Barnewall, Eustace, Walsh, Sarsfield, Bathe, Preston, Finglas

Page 3
.. Drimnagh, Castle & Lands
@ Drimnagh de Berneval's (.1209.),
TO Barnewall's -- List
@ TO Crickstown Barnewall's (.pages 7 & 11.)
.. Rathfarnham -- Terenure & Kimmage
.. Crumlin, more about Drimnagh Castle

Page 4 Rathmichael, Shankill @ Walsh . . .

Page 5 -- UN-finished Ball & ..?.. pages

Page 6
@ de Berneval TO Barnewall -- Master List
@.. "Origins"
.. 1066, Normandy France -To- Hastings England
,, 1172... Beerhaven, Co Cork
.. other Locations . . . coming
@ TO Drimnagh 1209
. . . de Berneval's, then Barnewall's -- (.To page 3.2.)
@ TO Crickstown Barnewall's -- (.To page 7.)
@ TO Turvey Barnewall's
@ TO Viscount's Kingsland
@ TO Trimleston Barnewall's -- (.From page 12.)
@ TO..? Kingsland as a FAMILY Name..?
. . . (.That Page = always UN-finish'd.)

Page 6.4 -- THE Kingsland "Questions"

Page 7
@ Dave Barnwell Outline List
@ 1066 de Berneval's, To a Branch of
@ The Crickstown Barnewall's (.from Drimnagh, page 3.2.)

Page 8
.. Fingal . . .
@ and some Barnewall's Historys

Page 9
.. Fingal . . . Lusk Church . . .
@ Tomb of Sir Christopher Barnewall + Marion Sharl

Page 10
.. South Fingal . . . Castleknock
@ Serjeant, Eustace, Plunkett, Fitzgerald . . .
., Co Dublin, & Co Kildare

Page 11
.. another version of
@ The Drimnagh--Crickstown Barnewall's
@ with a new Branch, out of Page 7

Page 12
@ The Trimleston Barnwall's
. . . branching from Page 11

Page 13
.. Tanay, Roebuck Castle
@ home of The Trimleston Barnwall's
(.more to come on that page.)


@ more New pages coming
. . . Finish Page 5, and . . . unknown


@ other Family Tree main-Line List pages
. . . coming


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@---> Barnewall History & Genealogy Links -- mix'd . . . from search-Lists

@ ONLY g-Links 1 . . . has most of those web-pages Link'd FROM some Lists & Text pages.. More To Come, sometime.. 21 Jan 01 ...HK

g-Links 1 ... g-Links 2 ... g-Links 3

g-Links 4 ... g-Links 5 ... g-Links 6 ... more..? to come


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Dublin Ireland History . . .
+ History of Barnewall Familys, and their Connxions


A History of County Dublin
by Francis Erlington Ball, ____

Six Volumes, published 1902--1920



@ List of Volumes & Chapters, Parishs, Subjects
---
http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/ball1-6/balllist.htm


@ Preface to First Part -- Vols 1--__
---
http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/ball1-6/Ball1/preface.html


@ Introduction to the First Part
---
http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/ball1-6/Ball1/intro.html


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@ Preface -- Vol 5
---
http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/ball1-6/Ball5/preface5.htm


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Vol 5 Chap 5

Under Elizabeth


House of Howth -- Castle & Peninsula

[..St Lawrence, is the Family name, of the Lords Howth..]

. . . Throughout these proceedings the blind lord Howth [.ChristopherSt Lawrence.] is represented by the Book of Howth as the spokesman for his fellows. But they are admitted not to have been in every instance as amenable to his leading as could have been desired. In the contention about enforcing taxation in lieu of a hosting, "one of the greatest as he thought himself," Sir Christopher Barnewall, of Turvey, spoke.

He is said on the first day to have recanted, and to have complained that "the Lord of Howth spoke more than was desired him to speak." At "that gentleman's word " the others are said to have been grieved, and the moral is drawn that "every man should beware to speak for the commons, for some one will halt and flatter, as there it did appear by this gentleman."

The disagreement between the blind lord Howth and Sir Christopher Barnewall may have had its origin in private as well as in public concerns. A year after his succession to the title, the blind lord had entered into an agreement in 1559, with Sir Christopher Barnewall. That was, his eldest son, Nicholas St Lawrence, should marry a daughter of Sir Christopher Barnewall's called Margaret. And that Sir Christopher Barnewall's eldest son, Patrick, as soon as he reached the age of 14, should marry Lord Howth's daughter Mary St Lawrence..


[..More on the spoiled contract, on the next Ball page, below -- Jacobean.. (.my page 1.2 ... @--->.)..]


But, although apparently married to the young lady assigned to him at the appointed time, Patrick Barnewall proved recalcitrant. He finally instituted, in 1579, proceedings for a dissolution of the marriage, which was granted. For the fulfilment of the agreement Sir Christopher Barnewall had bound himself in the sum of 1,000. The blind lord Howth felt the breach of covenant, so strongly as to impose on his son [.Nicholas St Lawrence.], the obligation of recovering half the amount specified in the bond. Which as will be seen, his son did.

At the time the divorce proceedings were instituted by Patrick Barnewall, the blind lord's relations with his own wife had become so unhappy as to lead to their separation. In 1578 he was ordered to pay her eight pounds a month until the variance should be ended. In the following year charges of infidelity, and even cruelty, led to proceedings against him in the Castle Chamber; which corresponded to the Star Chamber in England.

On his first appearance in that court, in the month of May, 1579, the blind lord Howth [.Christopher St Lawrence.] . . .

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[..About Christopher St Lawrence, blind lord Howth..] . . . His early life with Elizabeth Plunkett seems to have been happy. . . .

It is also certain that on her death, the date of which is unknown, another lady, Cecily ______ , was found willing to take her place. (.She married secondly John Barnewall of Monkton in Co. Meath and thirdly John Finglas of Westpalstown in Co. Dublin..) . . .

The blind lord Howth had no less than 14 children. Of these -- only four sons; Nicholas, Thomas, Leonard, Richard; and one daughter, Margaret -- are known to have survived him. . . . [..he died, 1589..]

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http://indigo.ie/~kfinlay/ball1-6/Ball5/ball5.5.htm

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@ St Lawrence Genealogy List -- coming . . .


@ St Lawrence family = Lords Howth
---
http://www.compapp.dcu.ie/~humphrys/FamTree/StLawrence/3rd.baron.html

@ Howth Castle
---
http://www.compapp.dcu.ie/~humphrys/FamTree/StLawrence/howth.html
---
http://www.guinness-hopstore.com/

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MORE -- on page 1.2 @--->


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Herb Kingsland -- HKfun@webtv.net

@ Me & My Genes
http://community-2.webtv.net/hollywoodWOFmap/MYFamilyTreesBroken/

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