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Burke [de Burgh], Ulick, marquess of Clanricarde (1604–1658), landowner and politician  

Jane Ohlmeyer

Burke [de Burgh], Ulick, marquess of Clanricarde (1604–1658), landowner and politician, was the only son of Richard de Burgh, fourth earl of Clanricarde (1572–1635), and his wife, Frances (d. 1632), daughter and heir of Sir Francis Walsingham and widow of Sir Philip Sidney...

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Charlton, Sir Thomas (c. 1417–1465), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons  

Hannes Kleineke

Charlton, Sir Thomas (c. 1417–1465), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons, was the son and heir of Sir Thomas Charlton of Hillingdon (d. 1445), landowner and MP, and his wife, Elizabeth Fraunceys (d. 1451). Through his mother's aunt Maud...

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Dease, Edmund Gerald (1829–1904), landowner and politician  

Alan O'Day

Dease, Edmund Gerald (1829–1904), landowner and politician, was the second son of Gerald Dease of Turbotston, co. Westmeath, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Edmund O'Callaghan of Kilgory, co. Clare. He was born into one of the oldest and most prominent Catholic families in ...

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Hungerford, Sir Thomas (b. in or before 1328, d. 1397), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons  

Charles Kightly

Hungerford, Sir Thomas (b. in or before 1328, d. 1397), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons, was the son of Walter Hungerford and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Adam Fitzjohn of Cherhill, Wiltshire. Though best known as speaker of the ...

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Maxwell, William, of Terregles, fifth Lord Herries of Terregles (c. 1555–1603), politician and landowner  

John Stewart Rule

Maxwell, William, of Terregles, fifth Lord Herries of Terregles (c. 1555–1603), politician and landowner, was probably born at Hoddom, the eldest son of Sir John Maxwell of Terregles, later fourth Lord Herries of Terregles (c. 1512–1583), and his wife, Agnes Herries (c...

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O'Conor, Charles Owen [known as O'Conor Don] (1838–1906), landlord in Ireland and politician  

G. Le G. Norgate

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O'Conor, Charles Owen [known as O'Conor Don] (1838–1906), landlord in Ireland and politician, was born on 7 May 1838 in Dublin. He was the eldest son of Denis O'Conor of Belanagare and Clonallis, co. Roscommon, and Mary, née Blake, daughter of Major Blake...

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Redmond [née Mallick], Bridget Mary (1904–1952), landowner and politician  

S. Pašeta

Redmond [née Mallick], Bridget Mary (1904–1952), landowner and politician, was born at The Curragh, co. Kildare, on 13 October 1904, the eldest daughter of John Mallick, hotel proprietor, and his wife, Bridget Mary. John Mallick was a well-known judge of horses and his racing colours were familiar at meetings in ...

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Waweton [Walton], Sir Thomas (d. in or after 1450), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons  

Max Satchell

Waweton [Walton], Sir Thomas (d. in or after 1450), landowner and speaker of the House of Commons, was the son of John Waweton of Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire, who was ten times knight of the shire for Huntingdonshire, and whose influence probably lay behind ...