De Burgh

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St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin - History
... In 1316 Robert de Nottingham, then Mayor of Dublin, attacked the abbey where the Earl of Ulster, Richard Óg de Burgh, was visiting ... De Burgh was suspected of having brought Edward Bruce, who was then marching on Dublin, to Ireland ... Several of de Burgh's men were killed before he was captured, and as the monks were suspected of supporting Bruce, the abbey was laid waste ...
List Of People Named Burke - De Burgh
... Chris de Burgh (born 1948), musician and songwriter Edmond Albanach de Burgh (d. 1375), Lord of Connaught Elizabeth de Burgh (circa 1289-1327), Scottish royal consort Elizabeth de Burgh, 4th Countess of Ulster (1332-1363), Earl in the Peerage of Ireland Ernest Macartney de Burgh (1863-1929 ...
Isabel De Verdun, Lady Ferrers Of Groby - Family and Lineage
... the only child of the marriage of Theobald de Verdun, 2nd Lord Verdun, Justiciar of Ireland (born 8 September 1278) and Lady Elizabeth de Clare ... Isabel had three half-sisters from her father's prior marriage, Joan de Verdun, Elizabeth de Verdun, and Margery de Verdun ... Isabel, along with her three de Verdon half-sisters, was a co-heiress of her father ...
List Of Peerages Inherited By Women - 14th Century
... title by 21 October 19 ... October 1356 2nd Baroness Geneville Joan de Geneville (Mortimer) Countess of March Geoffrey de Geneville, grandfather Roger Mortimer, son 6 June 10 ... December 1363 4th Countess of Ulster ...