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This section first uploaded 05.12.06.
BP1870 starts its article on this family with "This family deduces its descent from a common progenitor with the Dillons, Earls of Roscommon, and the Dillons, Viscounts Dillon." See here. The first we have mention of is ...
Richard Dillon of Clonbrock
m. Gennet Browne (dau of Sir Dominick Browne, Mayor of Galway) her elder sister was married in 1626, presumed parents of ...
1. Robert Dillon of Clonbrock
  This was probably the Robert, MP for Dungannon, d 1746, the first mentioned (albeit without his wife) in BP1870. It appears that he married twice as follows.
  m1/2. Mary Browne (dau of Geoffrey Browne of Carrabrowne, son of Sir Dominick) presumed full cousin
  m2/1. Susannah Magan (dau of Morgan Magan of Cloney, widow of Sir Arthur Shaen, Bart)
  BIFR1976 (Magan) reports that Susannah did have issue by this marriage but it is not known which wife was mother of ...
  A. Luke Dillon of Clonbrock
  m1. Bridget Kelly (dau of John Kelly of Clonlyon or Castle Kelly by Lady Honoria Burke)
  i. Robert Dillon, 1st Lord Clonbrock of Clonbrock (b 27.02.1754, d 22.07.1795)
m. (30.01.1776) Letitia Greene (b 1757-8, d 28.05.1841, dau of John Greene of Old Abbey by Catherine Toler, sister of John, 1st Earl of Norbury, she m2. Clement Archer)
  a. Luke Dillon, 2nd Lord Clonbrock of Clonbrock (b 25.04.1780, d 1826) had issue
  m. (06.01.1803) Anastasia Blake (b 31.10.1785, d 05.06.1816, dau of Joseph Henry Blake, 1st Lord Wallscourt)
  b. Catherine Bridget Dillon (b 11.12.1776, d 13.10.1828)
  m. (10.06.1797) Richard Hare, 'Viscount Ennismore' (b 20.03.1773, dvp 24.09.1827, son of 1st Earl of Listowel)
  c. Letitia Sussannah Dillon (d 25.03.1806)
  m. Sir Robert Le Poer-Trench (b 1782, d 14.03.1823)
  ii. Luke Dillon
  m. (1785) Margaret Augusta Bourke (sister of Henry Bourke or De Burgh, Marquess of Clanricarde)
a. Henry Luke Dillon (rector of Lytchett Maltravers, Dorset)
  m. Phoebe Dawkins of Romsey
  (1)+ 3 sons and 3 daughters
  iii. John Dillon (d 1790)
  iv. Honoria Dillon (dsp) apparently of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m. (02.03.1778/9) Walter Lambert of Creg Clare (d 25.09.1832)
  BP1870 mentions only Luke's marriage to Bridget Kelly but he appears also to have married ...
  m2. (1714) Ellice Aylmer (d 27.08.1741, dau of Sir Gerald Aylmer, 2nd Bart of Balrath)
  B. Elizabeth Dillon probably of this generation, probably married twice as follows ...
  m1. William O'Kelly of Gallagh (a 1688, Captain)
  m2. (12.1700) Richard Blake of Ardfry (d 12.05.1735)
  C. Mary Dillon probably of this generation
  m. John Bellew of Lisrany and Willystown

 

 

This section first uploaded 29.12.06.
_ Harvey (a c1650)
m. Sarah Audley (d before 1655, sister of Hugh Audley of the Inner Temple)
1. Robert Harvey (d 1712)
  A. John Harvey estates in Yorkshire, Nottingham, Lincoln & Norfolk
  B. Hugh Harvey estates in Wiltshire
C. Robert Harvey estates in Warwickshire & Northampton
  m. Barbara Pilkington (dau of Edward Pilkington)
  i. Robert Harvey of Stockton (d 24.01.1725-6)
  m. (10.02.1699) Mary Thursby (dau of Thomas Thursby of London)
  a. John Harvey, later Thursby of Abington Abbey (d 1764, MP)
  m. Honor Pigott (d 24.09.1781, dau of Robert Pigott of Chetwynd)
(1) John Harvey Thursby of Abington Abbey (d 1798)
  m. Anne Hanbury (d 1778, dau of William Hanbury of Kelmarsh)
  (A) John Harvey Thursby of Abington Abbey, Sheriff of Northamptonshire (b 27.03.1768)
  m. (03.05.1792) Emma Pigott (dau of William Pigott of Doddershall Park)
  (i) John Harvey Thursby of Abington Abbey (b 24.06.1793, d 01.06.1860) had issue
  m. (11.11.1818) Emily Fortescue (dau of Matthew Fortescue of Stephenstown)
  (ii) William Thursby of Ormerod House (b 27.04.1795, d 10.10.1884, vicar in Northampton) had issue
  m. (09.09.1824) Eleanor Mary Hargreaves (d 14.12.1883, dau of Col. John Hargreaves of Ormerod House & Bank Hall)
  (iii) Frederick Spencer Thursby (b 1801, RN) had issue
  m. (1831) _ Lerigens of Aix-la-Chapelle
(iv) Charles Thursby (b 1803/4, Captain) had issue
  m. (1830) Emily Pentland (dau of _ Pentland of Blackhall, co Louth)
  (v) Lucy Thursby
  m. John Dauncey
  (vi) Anne Thursby (d 24.11.1899)
  m. B. Winthrop (rector of Wolverdington)
  (vii)+ other issue - Walter, Sophia Frances
(B) William Spencer Thursby (bpt 06.03.1769, Lt. Colonel) had issue
  m. (1812) Charlotte Isham (bpt 03.04.1778, dau of Rev. Euseby Isham, niece of Sir Justinian, Bart)
  (C) Anne Thursby (d 25.10.1840)
  m. (1790) John Armytage (b 15.12.1768, d 25.03.1861, son of Sir George, Bart)
  (D) Georgiana Tryphena Thursby
  (2) Walter Thursby of Shrewsbury (Captain)
  m. Dorothy Pigott (dau of William Pigott of Edgmont or Edgmond)
  (A) George Augustus Thursby (rector of Abington, vicar of Penn) had issue
  m. (24.05.1800) Frances Pelham (d 17.01.1836, dau of Henry Cressett-Pelham of Crowhurst)
  Their son inherited Cound and took the name Thursby-Pelham.
  (B) Honor Thursby
  m. (13.12.1787) Ralph Leeke of Longford (d 30.09.1829)
  (C)+ other issue - Walter Cotes, John
  (3) Honor Thursby (b 06.07.1740, d 10.08.1776)
  m. Sir John Burton of Wakefield and Soho Square (d 23.11.1809)
  (4) Anne Thursby
  m. Arthur Owen (Lt. Colonel, son of Sir William, 4th Bart)
  (5)+ other issue - Charles (d 1783, rector of Abington and Grandborough), James (d unm 1760), Benjamin, William Richard (d young), Frances (d unm)
  b.+ 3 daughters

Main source(s):
(1) For Dillon of Clonbrock : BP1870 (Clonbrock)
(2) For Harvey-Thursby of Abington : Commoners (vol i, Thursby of Abington), BLG1952 (Thursby of Culverlands)
[The section on MacDouall of Freugh has been moved to Macdowall04.]
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