'George02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: George of Clophook, George in Nova Scotia

Debrett's identifies the arms of the following family as "Argent, on a fesse engrailed, gules, between three falcons rising, azure, beaked, legged, and belled, or, three besants, each charged with a lion's head erased, sable; on a canton vert, a harp, or, stringed, argent".
Joshua George of Clophook, Queen's Co. (d 1730)
m. _ Delaney (dau of Luke Delaney of Queen's Co, sister of the Dean of Down)
1. Dennis George of Clophook (b 1718, youngest son)
m. Sarah Young (d 1783)
  A. Delaney George (b 1743, d 1770, Captain)
  m. _ Dawson
  i. George George (d unm, Captain)
  B. Luke (Lucius) George (b 1745, d 05.06.1806, Rector of Killaney, Essexford & Ballyadams)
  m. (1783) Dorothea Maxwell (dau of (John) Maxwell of Falkland, archdeacon of Clogher)
i.+ issue - Edward (d infant), Lucius (a 1809), Catherine, 4 daughters
  C. Sir Rupert George in Nova Scotia, 1st Bart (b 16.06.1749, d 25.01.1823)
  m. (30.06.1782) Margaret Cochren (b 1761-2, d 22.03.1835, dau of Thomas Cochren of Halifax, Nove Scotia)
  i. Sir Rupert Dennis George in Nova Scotia, 2nd Bart (b 09.10.1796, d unm 03.1856, 2nd son)
  ii. Louisa George (b 23.07.1786, d 28.06.1819)
  m. (09.10.1807) T. Warre
  iii. Charlotte George
  m. (28.02.1820) Richard Verity
  iv. Jane Harriett George
  m. (01.1826) J(ohn) B(eauchamp) Brady
  v.+ other issue - Samuel Hood (b 08.1788, d 10.06.1813), Thomas Cochren (b 07.10.1802, d 27.05.1810), Frances Wentworth, Susan
  D. Edward George (d 1774)
  E. Dennis George (Recorder of Dublin then Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland)
  m. (c1785) Dorah Moore (dau of Rev. Edward Moore of Moore's Fort)
  i.+ issue - Edward (a 1809), Rupert (d young), William (d young), Dennis (a 1809), Ellen, Sarah, Dorah (d 29.05.1814)
  F. Sarah George (d 1795)
  m. John Collins of Dublin
2.+ other issue

Main source(s): 'Baronetage of England' (Debrett's, GW Collen (1840), 'George, of Park Place, co. Middlesex', and St. Stephen's Green, Dublin')
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