Northern Irish & Northern English Roots: JACKSONs & ODDIES & BROWNES & others

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  • ID: I10343
  • Name: Peter BROWNE
  • Given Name: Peter
  • Surname: Browne 1 2 3
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1670 4
  • Death: 1724
  • Burial: Burrishoole, Co. Mayo
  • _UID: 610F1D4CEA514B209AE79EF0410AA2BC378B
  • Change Date: 21 Jun 2015 at 14:32
  • Note: I



    Father: John BROWNE b: 1638
    Mother: Maude BOURKE

    Marriage 1 Mary DALY
    • Married:
    • Change Date: 22 Mar 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children John BROWNE b: 1709
    2. Has No Children Unnamed BROWNE
    3. Has No Children Unnamed BROWNE

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Westport House and the Brownes
      Title: Westport House and the Brownes
      Page: 17
      Quality: 3
      Text: Eldest son - was 21 when "his world collapsed at the Sieg e of Limerick. For most of his life, at first helping his f ather, and subsequently alone, he was paying off debts incu rred in the disastrous Jacobite War."
      p. 17 His only son was raised as a Protestand and his daugh ters as Catholics.
      p18 Burrishoole - one of Co. Mayo's great Catholic cemeteri es.
    2. Abbrev: IRL-MAYO ARCHIVES 11Jun 2001
      Title: IRL-MAYO ARCHIVES 11Jun 2001
      Quality: 3
      Text: "Peter Browne of Westport (1670-1724 ; who married Mary Dal y, daughter of Right Hon. Denis Daly of Carrownakelly), so n of : Colonel John Browne of Westport (1638-1711]."
    3. Abbrev: The Westport Chalice: Made by Peter Brown of Westport, for the Austin Convent of Murrisk, in 1724
      Title: The Westport Chalice: Made by Peter Brown of Westport, fo r the Austin Convent of Murrisk, in 1724
      Author: Martin J. Blake
      Publication: Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society , Vol. 14, No. 3/4 (1929),
      Quality: 3
      Text: Lord Sligo informs me that the chalice was bought about 5 5 years ago?i.e., about 1874?by George 3rd Marquess of Slig o, from a Dublin dealer, who told the Marquess that the Pet er Brown on the inscription was an ancestor of his. Now Pet er Brown of Westport, who was a Catholic, was an ancestor o f the Marquess
      : he died in January 1724. At that time March was reckone d the first month of the year, and January the eleventh mon th, so that Peter Brown of Westport could well have cause d the chalice to be made in 1724. On the other hand the term
      "Dominus"* used in this inscription is the description usua lly applied only either to a priest or some person of title , such as a peer, and Peter Brown of Westport
      was neither priest nor peer; this would indicate that the P eter Brown who caused the. Chalice to be made was a pries t of that name, and not Peter Brown of Westport. However, i n my opinion, the Peter Brown of the chalice was Peter Brow n of Westport, Lord Sligo's ancestor, for the reason state d above.
    4. Abbrev: Westport House and the Brownes, The Marquess of SLigo, Moorland Publishing, 1981
      Title: Westport House and the Brownes, The Marquess of SLigo, Moor land Publishing, 1981
      Page: 17
      Quality: 3
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