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  Viscount
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 Dillon
Dillon Dillon is the name of several places in the United States of America: Dillon, Colorado Dillon, Georgia Dillon, Il...
Dillon, Colorado Dillon is a town located in 2000 census, the town had a total population of 802.
Dillon Beach, California Dillon Beach is a town located in 2000 census, the town had a total population of 319.
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 Ballaghaderreen and District Development Ltd | History
The barracks was built in 1798 by Lord De Freyne and Viscount Dillon after the 1798 Rebellion, and it remains much as it was.
On the square, headquarters of the W.D.C. It was the home of John Blake Dillon, founder of the Nation paper and Young Irelanders, John Dillon of the old Nationalist Party and James Dillon, Leader of Final Gael 1951 — 1963.
Luke Dillon, father of John Blake Dillon Young Irelander, was a prosperous tenant farmer.
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 Dillon Origins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Dillon of Lismullen, County Meath, (Baronets of Lismullen).
His youngest brother is shown on the Dillon pedigree as "Sir James Dillon of Proudstown, Knight." This Proudstown branch is one of the most distinguished branches of the Dillon family, having as descendants the Earls of Roscommon, the Lords of Clonbrock, and the Dillon baronets of Lismullen.
James Dillon, an eminent lawyer and M.P. for the County of Roscommon in the reign of Charles I, was killed in battle on the King's side in 1649.
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 List of Viscounts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of present Viscounts in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Viscounts of the United Kingdom and of Ireland after 1801
The Viscount Stansgate (1942, presently disclaimed by the Rt.
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 Peter Dillow also known as Peter Dillon
The fact that Mr Henry Dillon left the record of his family history to the best of his knowledge; and his descendant Wayne Dillon so generously put it on the Web will undoubtably help unlock many of the places where our ancestors moved to as this country was being formed into a great nation.
The Dillon family fought on the side of the Irish in the 1641 rebellion and suffered during the Cromwellian settlement when they were transplanted to Connaught.
Luke Dillon, the fourth Baron Clonbrock, sold his estate in 1913 to the Land Commission, to be distributed among the tenants, and only the large Georgian mansion and 50 acres etained for his family.
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 Viscount Dillon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The title of Viscount Dillon was created in the Peerage of Ireland in 1622.
Theobald Dominick Geoffrey Dillon, 15th Viscount Dillon (1811-1879)
Henry Benedict Charles Dillon, 22nd Viscount Dillon (b.
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 THE JACOBITE PEERAGE & BARONETAGE in 1996
Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount Formartine, Lord Haddo, Methlic, Tarves and Kellie (Scotland), born 1920; heir Alexander, Viscount Formartine, born 1955.
Earl of Breadalbane and Holland, Viscount of Tay and Pointland, Lord Glenorchy, Benederlach, Ormalie and Weick, Baronet, born 1919.
Earl of Corke and Orrery, Viscount Dungarvon, Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky, Baron Boyle of Youghall, Baron of Broghill and Bandon Bridge, born 1916, Heir: John, Viscount Dungaervon, born 1945.
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 Dillon
Sir Robert Dillon (d.1597), second justice of presidency of Connaught 1669, chancellor of Irish exchequer 1572, second justice of common pleas 1577, chief-justice 1581, imprisoned on accusation of corruption and cruelty, declared innocent and restored 1595.
Robert Crawford Dillon (1795-1847), Theobald Dillon (1745-1792), lieut.-col. in Dillon’s regt.
Thomas Dillon or de Leon (1613-1676), jesuit novice at Seville 1527, oedained and appt.
www.pgil-eirdata.org /html/pgil_datasets/authors/d/Dillon/life.htm   (137 words)

  
 Wild Geese Heritage Museum and Library, Portumna, Co. Galway, Ireland - The Lally Wild Geese
Both father and son were engaged together in many battles with the Dillon Regiment in Flanders, Germany etc, with the sieges of Philipsburgh and Clausen in 1735, being their last together.
Thomas Arthur Lally was created Major of the Regiment of Dillon in November 1741, and served with this Regiment at the defense of Flanders in 1742.
The whole of the Irish Brigade or the infantry Regiments of Clare, Dillon, Bulkeley, Roth, Berwick and Lally, and the cavalry Regiment of Fitz-James was present.
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 Dillon Origins
There have been many sons born to many generations of Dillons, all with estates entailed to sons or brothers, and quite a bit of intermarrying between cousins.
We are descended from the Dillons of Costello-Gallen, County Mayo, (Viscounts Dillon).
Charles, 12th Viscount Dillon, married Henrietta Phipps (one of the ladies in the picture) in Bruxelles.
www.macheke.u-net.com /catlow/Familytree/stories/Dillon%20origins.htm   (493 words)

  
 wiki/Viscount Dillon Definition / wiki/Viscount Dillon Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The title of Viscount Dillon was created in the Peerage of Ireland in 1622 Events January 1 - In the Gregorian calendar, January 1 is declared as the first day of the year, instead of March 25.
Lucas Dillon, 2nd Viscount Dillon (1610-1629 Events March 4 - Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a Royal charter.
Richard Dillon, 9th Viscount Dillon (1688 Events A high-powered conspiracy of notables, the "Immortal Seven", invite William and Mary to depose James II of England.
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 The Lees, Dillons and Trees
Viscount employed Louden to build the Ha Ha, further extend the lake and plant tree avenues, many of which survive today.
At that stage the family funds began to run short, so no alterations were made to the Mansion in the subsequent century, a period which saw much modernisation (and ruination of the character) of many great country houses.
Viscount Dillon died in 1932 and the estate was sold to Ronald Tree, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Market Harborough, a very wealthy Anglo-American (his description).
www.ditchley.co.uk /page/46/lees-dillons-and-trees.htm   (505 words)

  
 LUKE DILLON/SUSANNAH GARRETT
She was a great-grandaughter of Daniel Dillon, and descended through three generations of exclusively female lines.
Daniel Dillon was the son of Luke Dillon and Susanah Garrett.
A book suggests the Dillons are related to the Baron of Kilkenny, and a researcher stated in 1985 that he's virtually certain Luke Dillon was the son of Viscount Henry Dillon.
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 thePeerage.com - Geraldine Lee Frances Dillon and others
She married Theodore Dominic Geoffrey Dillon, 15th Viscount Dillon, son of Henry Augustus Dillon, 13th Viscount Dillon and Henrietta Browne, on 28 September 1856.
She married Arthur Edmund Denis Dillon, 16th Viscount Dillon, son of Henry Augustus Dillon, 13th Viscount Dillon and Henrietta Browne, on 22 April 1843 London, England.
Constantine Augustus Dillon, son of Henry Augustus Dillon, 13th Viscount Dillon and Henrietta Browne, on 10 February 1842.
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 Tudor 24   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Pamela Louisa Eleanor Dillon, Hon., * 1915, + 1992, Md. 1936 (div.
Hilda Ellen Dillon, Hon., * 1874, + 1957.
Constance Helen Dillon, * 1880, + 1934, Md. 1906, Everard Aloysius Weld, + 1956.
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 Descendants of Luke Dillon and Susannah Garrett - pafn368 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Peter Dillon may have had a disability as he is living with his brother Daniel at the age of 43.
I received your most welcome letter on the Dillon family and was so anxious to write to you by return mail but I've been working and this is the first chance I have had to write any letters.
Hannah Dillon, the youngest child was born in Frederick Co., Va. in 1760 and died in Ohio Oct. 17, 1855, aged 95 years, 5 months.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~lukedillon/pafn368.htm   (3785 words)

  
 Dillon Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Sir Theobald Dillon supported Queen Elizabeth, and James I conferred on him the title of Viscount Dillon of Costello Gaellen, shortly before he died in 1624 when he had the satisfaction of an assembly of upwards of 100 of his descendants in his house of Killenfaghny.
Theobald Count Dillon, son of the 11th Viscount Dillon, born in 1745, becamd a Field Marshall of France and fought with Washington in the American war of independence.
The original Colours of the Regiment of Dillon in the service of France were presented by the present Viscount Dillon to the Military History Society of Ireland and in 1949 they were passed to the Minister of Education.
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 A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis
During the president's absence on this expedition, the insurgents of Westmeath under Sir James Dillon attacked the English town in such numbers that the garrison were compelled to abandon the walls, but they defended the houses till Captain St. George, making a sally from the castle, compelled the assailants to withdraw.
By occupying the pass of Ballykeran, however, Dillon's forces cut off all communication with the metropolis, and reduced the town to a state of extreme distress for want of supplies, which an entire troop had to cut its way through his forces to Dublin to solicit.
After the victories obtained by Cromwell, the castle was taken on a second attack by Sir Charles Coote for the parliament; and during the fury of the war the town was burned; though restored, it never recovered its former strength or appearance; and in the reign of Charles II.
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 LIST OF VISCOUNTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Viscount Gough of Goojerat and of the City of Limerick
The Viscount Bridport of Cricket St Thomas and of Bronte
The Viscount Samuel of Mount Samuel and Toxteth
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 Index to royal Genealogical Data - ordered by lastname - part 31   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Dillon, Arthur Edmund Denis, Baron Dillon 16th, b.
Dillon, Charles Henry Robert, Viscount Dillon 21st, b.
Dillon, Theobald Dominick Geoffrey, Baron Dillon 15th, b.
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 Richard Parsons 1st Earl of Rosse
RICHARD (PARSONS), 1st EARL OF ROSSE, G.M, in 1725 and 1730; of Bellamont, Co. Dublin, was only surviving son of Richard, lst Viscount Rosse, born, in January, 1702-3, when yet a minor, he succeeded as second Viscount.
He was grandson of Sir William Parsons, 2nd Baronet, by Katherine, eldest daughter of Arthur, 2nd Viscount Ranelagh, by Katherine, the attached sister of Robert Boyle the Philosopher, and one of the eight daughters of the Great Earl of Cork.
We give these details as evidence of the close ties that existed between the families, and, while we cannot produce evidence for it, it is quite possible that our first G.M. was not by any means the first of his kindred to be made a Freemason in Ireland.
freemasonry.bcy.ca /biography/parsons_r/parsons.html   (482 words)

  
 Misc - Magna Carta Essays, Magna Carta Commemoration Essays ToC: The Online Library of Liberty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Viscount Bryce, O.M., Etc. For the Royal Historical Society, 1917.
Some kind of celebration of the event was so likely to be undertaken that the Royal Historical Society determined that if such took place at all it should be directed by competent persons, and early in 1914 organized a Committee for a due commemoration.
Viscount Bryce consented to act as Chairman of a Committee, which representatives of Universities, and learned Societies, and leading historical scholars from the United Kingdom, America, and some other countries, were invited to join.
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 GoIreland.com - Genealogy surname search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Dillons came to Ireland at the time of the Anglo-Norman invasion and during the well nigh eight centuries which have elapsed since that event Dillon has been an important name in Irish history and in modern politics.
The Dillons were created Counts in 1711 and their descendants still live in France.
The present Lord Dillon is nineteenth Viscount of Costello-Gallen in Co. Sligo.
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 Index entries of the British Library Manuscripts Catalogue
Please click on the manuscript reference to view the description of the manuscript.
Baron Aungier, Viscount (1675) and Earl (1677) of Longford.
Viscount Dungan of Clane, Earl of Limerick (1685).
www.bl.uk /catalogues/manuscripts/INDX0010.ASP?MSRefID=20368.htm&NameDesc=Stowe.205   (525 words)

  
 Royal Armouries: Early scholars of arms and armour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
PDF 18872 Calais and the pale / by the Honourable Harold Arthur Dillon.
PDF 20380 The horse in England in the sixteenth century / by Harold Dillon.
PDF 18098 Tournaments as they were / by Viscount Dillon.
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 thePeerage.com - nil and others
She was the daughter of Michael Eric Dillon, 20th Viscount Dillon and Irene Marie France du Plessis.
She is the daughter of Eric FitzGerald Dillon, 19th Viscount Dillon and Nora(h) Juanita Muriel Beckett.
Pamela Louisa Eleanor Dillon, daughter of Eric FitzGerald Dillon, 19th Viscount Dillon and Nora(h) Juanita Muriel Beckett, on 4 August 1936.
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 Charles Wisner Barrell - Shakespeare's Own Secret Drama - Part 3
Born July 2, 1575, under circumstances that had brought about a long estrangement between her father and mother, Lady Elizabeth Vere was hardly fifteen years of age when the negotiations for her marriage with the boy Earl of Southampton were initiated.
Authenticated portraits of Anne Vavasor which were in existence at the outbreak of the war show her to have had dark hair and eves, strikingly set off by a pale, damask-rose complexion.
One of these is owned by Viscount Dillon, the present day representative of the family that inherited the estates of the Elizabethan Sir Henry Lee.
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 Lady Errie and Hon Mrs Dillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
She was born Henrietta Maria Phipps and is our first Dillon ancestor.
The undated painting by Gainsborough is likely to have been done between 1776 (the years of her marriage) and 1782 when Henrietta died aged 26.
Henrietta was the grandmother of Charles, (14th Viscount Dillon) - who was Mum's great-grandfather.
www.macheke.u-net.com /catlow/Familytree/docs/2LadyErri.htm   (88 words)

  
 NPG D7032; Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon
NPG 3259: Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (related to)
NPG D7028: Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (related to)
NPG D7029: Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (related to)
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 Voyages In Time ~ Family, Friends & Places
The territory of Cuircne was first the inheritance of O' Tolairg but that family becoming extinct or feeble, it fell into hands of Mac Carrghamhna; this family was in turn dispossessed by the Dillons who were likewise dispossessed by Cromwell.
The barony of Kilkenny West was granted to the Dillon family in the twelfth century.
"At the outbreak of the rebellion of 1641 the townland of Bunowen was the property of Pierce Dillon and Thomas Dillon.
www.zipworld.com.au /~lnbdds/home/smythwest.htm   (1479 words)

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