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  • ID: I62763
  • Name: William Barry 1
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1 AB 1371
  • Residence: Ibawne
  • Note: 2

    Sir William Fitz David Barry is the son of David Fitz David Barry, 3rd Lord Barry and Maud de Boulltron.
    He married Margaret de Courcy, daughter of Miles de Courcy and Joan (?), before 1332.
    Sir William Fitz David Barry lived at Ibawne, Ireland. He founded Timoleague Priory.
    Sir William Fitz David Barry also went by the nick-name of William moyle (or in English, the bald).
    He gained the title of Lord of Ibawne [feudal baron].
    In 1317 he received a pardon.
    He held the office of Guardian of the Peace for County Cork on 8 December 1355.
    He was living in 1372.
  • _UID: E5D4AF2BFCFB4124A611C16D75B7B70BC2A4
  • Change Date: 17 AUG 2008



    Father: David FitzDavid de Barry
    Mother: Maud or Joan de Boultron b: in Wales

    Marriage 1 Margaret Courcy
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Lawrence Barry

    Sources:
    1. Type: Web Site
      Title: Stirnet Genealogy
      Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
      URL: www.stirnet.com
    2. Type: Web Site
      Title: thePeerage.com, A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe
      Author: Darryl Lundy
      URL: www.thepeerage.com
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