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  Earl of Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Richard Boyle, the 1st Earl of Cork, (1566-1643) was known as the "Great Earl", was born in Canterbury and educated at Cambridge.
His son Richard Boyle, 2nd Earl of Cork died in 1665 in the Battle of Solebay, and another son, Charles Boyle, married Jane Seymour, a descendant of Henry VII.The 3rd Earl was the grandson of the 2nd Earl.
William Henry Dudley Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery (1874-1967)
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 William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Boyle was the second of four sons in a family of nine, born to Colonel Gerald Edmund Boyle, a grandson of the 8th Earl of Cork, and to Lady Elizabeth Theresa Pepys, daughter of the Ist Earl of Cottenham.
Boyle was a participant in the conference held aboard HMS Dufferin that set the time of the start of the Arab Revolt.
Cork was strongly supported by Sir Reginald Tyrwhitt and Sir Roger Keyes for the position of First Sea Lord, in 1937, to succeed Sir Ernle Chatfield, 1st Baron Chatfield, but the appointment went elsewhere.
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 William Keppel, 7th Earl of Albemarle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Coutts Keppel, 7th Earl of Albemarle (April 15, 1832 - August 28, 1894), was a British soldier and politician.
From 1851 till 1891 he was styled Viscount Bury, then succeeded his father to become 7th Earl of Albemarle.
One daughter, Florence, married William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork in 1902.
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 Lewis: Co. Cork
II., in 1638, conferred the title of Earl of Clancarthy on the head of this family, the last of whom was dispossessed after the siege of Limerick; and the estate, comprising all Muskerry, was forfeited to the crown for the earl's adherence to the cause of Jas.
The Cork Royal Institution was founded in 1803 by subscription among private gentlemen of the city and county, for diffusing the knowledge and facilitating the introduction of all improvements in the arts and manufactures, and for teaching by lectures the application of science to the common purposes of life.
The trade of Cork, previously to the late war with France, consisted chiefly in the exportation of butter and beef for the supply of the British navy, ot the West Indies, and to the ports of France, Spain, and the Mediterranean; and of hides and tallow chiefly to England.
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 Earl of Cork: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One of his sons was Robert Boyle (Robert Boyle: Irish chemist who established that air has weight and whose definitions of chemical elements and chemical reactions helped to dissociate chemistry from alchemy (1627-1691)), a physicist (physicist: A scientist trained in physics) and chemist (chemist: A scientist who specializes in chemistry).
Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington and 4th Earl of Cork (Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington and 4th Earl of Cork: richard boyle, 3rd earl of burlington and 4th earl of cork (april 25, 1694 -...
William Henry Dudley Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and 12th Earl of Orrery (William Henry Dudley Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and 12th Earl of Orrery: admiral of the fleet william henry dudley boyle, 12th earl of cork and 12th earl of orrery...
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 William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
His life is of interest as he was a member of (a somewhat impoverished branch of) the British aristocracy and had an active career spanning some 54 years in the Royal Navy throughout the last of the era when his country was a superpower.
In November of 1917, Boyle returned home to command the battlecruiser, HMS Repulse, leading her in an action against German cruisers in the Heligoland Bight later that month.
Lord Cork was a short man with red hair and a short temper.
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 Earl of Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Richard Boyle 1st Earl of Cork (1566-1643) was known as the "Great was born in Canterbury and educated at Cambridge.
William Henry Dudley Boyle 12th Earl of and Orrery (1874 - 1967)
Belov'd by Ev'ry Muse: Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington and 4th Earl of Cork, 1694-1753: Essays to Celebrate the Tercentenary of the Bir
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 County Cork 1837
CORK, a maritime county of the province of Munster in Ireland, bounded on the north by the counties of Limerick and Tipperary, on the east by the county of Waterford, on the south by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by the county of Kerry.
Cork county lies within the dioceses of Cork, Cloyne, Ross, and, to a small extent, in Ardfert and Aghadoe, and contained, in 1792, 269 parishes and 105 churches.
During the war of the Revolution, Cork was again the theatre of a desultory but sanguinary series of conflicts between the native Irish of the rural districts and the militia of British descent.
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 Sir William Coutts van Keppel 1832
Sir William Coutts (van) Keppel, Baronet, KCMG, PC, MP, 7th Viscount Bury, 7th Baron Ashford, 7th Earl of Albemarle, ADC To HM Queen Victoria, Treasurer of HM's Household and Hon.
His Lordship was born on 15 April 1832, the son of George Thomas Keppel, 6th Earl of Albemarle and Susan Trotter, in London, and was educated at Eton.
Admiral William Henry Dudley Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork
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 William Boyd Dawkins - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation William Boyd Dawkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
William Boyd Dawkins - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation William Boyd Dawkins.
William Boyd Dawkins (26 December, 1837 - 15 January, 1929) was a British geologist and archaeologist.
He became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1867, and acted as president of the anthropological section of the British Association in 1882 and of the geological section in 1888.
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 Tour of East Cork
Because Cork Harbour is one of the world's finest natural deep water harbours, (often compared with Sydney Harbour & San Francisco Bay), Cobh was once the country's premier port of call for transatlantic liners.
Cork Harbour is one of the world's natural deep water harbours, often compared with Sydney Harbour or San Francisco Bay.
Midleton, 15 miles E of Cork is a thriving business town situated on the main Cork - Waterford Road, in the middle of a rich fertile plane on a tidal section of the Owenacurra River.
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 Art in Cork (1800-1825)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In the absence of consistent records for this Society, (styled by the correspondent of the Cork Constitution the 'resident Professors and Amateurs of art'), it is difficult to be certain of the dates of all their exhibitions.
Sainthill senior was Agent for Transports Afloat for Cork, and was thus responsible for the transportation of convicts from Ireland to New South Wales.
Cork was to follow a broadly similiar pattern, the Society for Promoting the Fine Arts being subsumed by the Royal Cork Institution and emerging finally as the Cork School of Design.
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William Arthur Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill
William Carr Beresford, Viscount, Baron Beresford of Albuera and Dungarvan, Duke de Elvas Beresford
William Cavendish, 1st Duke Of, Marquess of Hartington, Earl of Devonshire, Baron Cavendish of Hardwick Devonshire
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 AllRefer.com - Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, 1st earl of (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Regularly elected to Parliament from 1614 on, he became one of the critics of George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham, and of the war with Spain.
With William Laud, Wentworth evolved the policy known as "Thorough" to achieve an absolutist but just and efficient regime.
Created earl of Strafford in 1640, he obtained money from the Irish Parliament to raise Irish troops to fight the Scots, but he was unable to get a similar grant of supplies from the Short Parliament (summoned on his advice) in England.
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 Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple.
He afterwards married Lady Bridget Bertie, the Earl of Lindsey's daughter, and the marriage is mentioned in due course, with Dorothy's comments.
Lord Lisle was the son of Robert Sydney, Earl of Leicester and brother of the famous Algernon.
It is curious that in after years Sir William Temple speaks of Almanzor in his essay on "Heroic Virtue" as an illustrious and renowned hero of the Arabian branch of the Saracen Empire, and he devotes the best part of a page to his career.
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 12th Regiment of Foot at Eureka Rebellion 1854 : Ballarat & District Genealogical Society
I have enclosed a list of those 12th Regiment soldiers, from the Payroll AJCP 3714, who were stationed at Ballarat during Eureka and ask that the list be included in your site as you have done with the 40th Regt.
Boyle was aged thirty-two at time of death on the 10th January 1855.
Sergeant William Earl married Mary Ann Dongan in Sydney in 1859.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 1725
     Admiral William Henry Dudley Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork was born on 30 November 1873.
Arnold Joost William Keppel, son of Lt.-Col. Arnold Allen Cecil Keppel, 8th Earl of Albemarle and Lady Gertrude Lucia Egerton, on 14 February 1921.
Arnold Joost William Keppel, son of Lt.-Col. Arnold Allen Cecil Keppel, 8th Earl of Albemarle and Lady Gertrude Lucia Egerton, on 30 April 1938.
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 EAST CORK HERITAGE TRAIL
BARRYSCOURT CASTLE: www.heritageireland.ie/ Barryscourt Castle was the seat of the Barry family from the 12th to the 17th centuries.
Cloyne was the birthplace to poet and balladeer, William Kennealy.
The Charter was granted by Charles II (The Mace of the Royal Borough of Castlemartyr is in the Cork Public Museum).
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 Sports Fresh : Article 'Earl of Dartrey'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The title of Earl of Dartrey was created in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1866.
It became extinct upon the death of the 3rd Earl in 1933.
Earls of Dartrey (1866) Richard Dawson, 1st Earl of Dartrey (1817-1897) Vesey Dawson, 2nd Earl of Dartrey (1842-1920) Anthony Lucius Dawson, 3rd Earl of Dartrey (1855-1933)
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 Adm Sir William Henry Dudley Boyle GCB, GCVO, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Adm Sir William Henry Dudley Boyle GCB, GCVO, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery
12th Earl of Cork and Orrery, Viscount Dungarvan, Viscount Boyle, of Kinalmeaky, Baron Boyle, of Youghal, Baron of Bandon Bridge and Baron Boyle of Broghill, in Ireland; and 9th Baron Boyle of Marston in the county of Somerset
Succeeded his kinsman Robert John Lascelles Boyle as Earl of Cork and Orrery upon his death on 13 Oct 1934
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 Cork - Kerry - South West Ireland Self Drive - Self Drive Tours Ireland Itinerary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The counties of Cork and Kerry lay claim to some of the most varied and spectacular scenery in the country.
The south western coastline, sculpted by the ice-age and influenced by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, is steeped in ancient history and folklore.
It is said that in recognition of the service rendered by the goat, the people decided to institute a special festival in his honour and this festival has been held ever since.
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 Munster Volunteer Registry, 1782 ©Jane Lyons
Did Iaddress myself to a less illustrious body, I might, perhaps, call in the assistance of panegyric; to the Volunteers of Ireland, panegyric must yield to the feelings of gratitude.
In this he is mistaken, as it is the silver medal of the Cork True Blues.
One sergeant-major, one sergeant, four bombardiers, two corporals, sixty rank and file, beside a band of ten.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of Ireland Under Coercion (v2) by William Henry Hurlbert
General Sir William Butler, whose name came so prominently before the public in connection with [pg 12] his failure to appear and give evidence in a recent cause célèbre, and whose brother is a Resident Magistrate in Kerry, was one of the subscribers.
Speaking of this contest, by the way, with a loyalist of Cork to-night, I observed that it was almost as odd to find such a question hotly disputed between two Nationalist cities as to see the champions of Irish independence marching under the banner of the harp, which was invented for Ireland by Henry VIII.
Lismore Cathedral was almost entirely rebuilt by the second Earl of Cork three or four years after the Restoration, and has a handsome marble spire, but there is little in it to recall the Catholic times in which Lismore was a city of churches and a centre of Irish devotion.
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 Descendants of William Douglas, Duke of Hamilton, 1st Earl of Selkirk (1634-1694) gen 1-5 of 10 gen-
Descendants of William Douglas, Duke of Hamilton, 1st Earl of Selkirk (1634-1694) gen 1-5 of 10 gen-
William O'Brien, 4th Earl of Inchiquin, son of William
John Boyle, 5th Earl of Cork and Orrery, son of Charles
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 Shop Fresh : Article 'Sobibór extermination camp'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Barbarossa, or "Red Beard" was the nickname for Emperor Frederick I, who attempted to unify Germanic states in the 12th century.
Bernhard -- operational code name for German scheme to counterfeit British bank notes and put them into circulation; began in 1942.
Shirer, William; The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.
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 Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, 1st earl of
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 Florence (Keppel), Countess of Cork and Orrery (1871-1963), Wife of William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery
Florence (Keppel), Countess of Cork and Orrery (1871-1963), Wife of William Boyle, 12th Earl of Cork and Orrery
The online database contains information on 87,077 works, 48,964 of which are illustrated; the National Portrait Gallery's collection includes over 330,000 works.
National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place, London WC2H OHE.
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 Foreign Bibliography
Tennenhaus, R. and M., The Immortal Image: European Engraved Brasses of the 12th to the
Harris, A.L., 'The Funerary Monuments of Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork', Church Mons.
Harris, A.L., 'The Tynte Monument, Kilcredan, Co. Cork', J. of the Cork Hist.
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