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Eustace, John Chetwode (1761–1815), travel writer and Roman Catholic priest, was born in Kildare, the son of Maurice Eustace and his wife, Katherine Keegan. His father's family was of Anglo-Norman descent and also claimed a connection with the Chetwodes, a family of Cheshire...

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Jameson [Jamieson], John Paul (1659–1700), Roman Catholic priest and antiquary, was born in Aberdeen, the son of John Jameson, trader, and his wife, Joanna Blackburn (d. 1680). The family was of some note, as in 1684 their daughter Jane married the city provost's son. Having been converted to Catholicism, ...

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Kirk, John (1760–1851), Roman Catholic priest and antiquary, was born at Acton Burnell, Shropshire, on 13 April 1760, the son of William Kirk and his wife, Mary Fielding, both of whom were Catholics. He was educated at Sedgley Park School from 1770 to 1773. On 5 June 1773 he was admitted to the ...