Hugh De Lacy

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Hugh De Lacy (politician)
... Emerson Hugh De Lacy, known as Hugh De Lacy, (May 9, 1910 – August 19, 1986), an American politician, served as a member of the United States House ... De Lacy was elected to the Seattle City Council in 1937 ... According to historian of American Communism Harvey Klehr, De Lacy was a secret member of the Communist Party USA at the time of his 1937 election ...
Fingal - History - After The Anglo-Norman Invasion - Early Anglo-Norman Grants
... in 1169, the territory of the old Gaelic kingdom of Meath was granted in around 1172 to Hugh de Lacy by Henry II, King of England ... assigned some fees within the royal demesne of Dublin, as in the case of Hugh de Lacy’s custodianship of Dublin, in payment of his services ... Therefore both Strongbow and Hugh de Lacy exercised lordships within the royal demesne of Dublin ...
John De Courcy - Later Career in Ireland
... In 1199, because of his separatist tendencies, King John authorized Hugh de Lacy, younger son of Hugh de Lacy Lord of Meath, to wage war on John de Courcy ... Hugh captured John de Courcy in 1203 ... helps explain why John had a reputation as a strong, God-fearing warrior Sir Hugh de Lacy was commanded to do what he might to apprehend and take Sir ...
Hugh De Lacy, 1st Earl Of Ulster
... Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster (~1176 – after December 26, 1242) was the younger son of Hugh de Lacy, and founded the Earldom of Ulster ... that this primary timber castle was built in the early 1180s by Hugh de Lacy for John de Clahull ... In 1199, King John authorized de Lacy to wage war on John de Courcy ...
Donnchadh, Earl Of Carrick - Ireland
... The Anglo-Norman John de Courcy, whose early life was probably spent just across the Irish Sea in Cumbria, invaded the Ulaidh (eastern Ulster) in 1177 with the aim of conquest ... the region's king Ruaidhrí Mac Duinn Shléibhe, de Courcy was able to take control of a large amount of territory, though not without encountering further resistance among the native Irish ... too from the lands of the Gall-Gaidhil, and around 1180 John de Courcy married Donnchadh's cousin Affraic inghen Gofraidh, whose father Guðrøðr (Gofraidh), King of the ...

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    Thou shalt not kill; but need’st not strive
    Officiously to keep alive.
    —Arthur Hugh Clough (1819–1861)