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Charleville, Earl of (I, 1806 - 1875)

 

Creation: let.pat. 16 Feb 1806

 

Extinct: 26 Jun 1875

 

Family name: Bury

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Vert a Cross Crosslet Or (Bury);  2nd and 3rd, Azure on a Chief indented Or three Mullets Gules pierced of the second, a Crescent for difference (Moore)

Crests:

1st:  A Boar's Head couped at the shoulder Or and pierced with a Spear guttée de sang issuing from the wound through the neck from behind (Bury);  2nd:  Out of a Ducal Coronet Or a Moor's Head couped at the shoulders proper wreathed round the temples Or and Azure (Moore)

Supporters:

On either side a Moorish Chief habited proper the head encircled with a Wreath Or and Azure and holding in the exterior hand a Dart also proper

Motto:

 Virtus sub cruce crescit

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Charles William [Bury], 1st Baron Tullamore later 1st Viscount Charleville later 1st Earl of Charleville

only son and heir of John Bury, of Charleville Forest, King's County (by his wife Catherine Sadleir, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Francis Sadleir, of Sopwell Hall, co. Tipperary), son and heir of William Bury, of Shannon Grove, co. Limerick, by his wife Hon Jane Moore, sister of Charles [Moore], 1st Earl of Charleville, and only dau. of John [Moore], 1st Baron Moore of Tullamore, by his first wife Mary Lunn, dau. of Elnathan Lunn, of Dublin, banker

born

30 Jun 1764

mar.

4 Jun 1798 Catherine Maria Tisdall (b. c. 1761; widow of James Tisdall, of Bawn, co. Louth; d. 24 Feb 1851), dau. and hrss. of Thomas Townley Dawson, of Kinsaley, co. Dublin, by his wife Joanna Saunders, dau. of Anderson Saunders, of Newtown Saunders, co. Wicklow

only child

1. Hon Charles William Bury, later 2nd Earl of Charleville

died

31 Oct 1835

created

26 Nov 1797 Baron Tullamore, of Charleville Forest in King's County

29 Dec 1800 Viscount Charleville, of Charleville Forest in King's County

16 Feb 1806 Earl of Charleville

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Kilmallock 1789-90 and 1791-97; took an active part in suppressing the Irish Rebellion of 1798; a Representative Peer for Ireland 1801-35; Fellow of the Royal Society 1803; President, Royal Irish Academy 1812-22; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries 1814

 

Charles William [Bury], 2nd Earl of Charleville

born

29 Apr 1801

mar.

26 Feb 1821 Harriet Charlotte Beaujolois Campbell (d. 1 Feb 1848), 3rd dau. of Col John Campbell MP, 4th of Islay, by his wife and fourth cousin Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell, 2nd dau. of John [Campbell], 5th Duke of Argyll

children

1. Hon Charles William George Bury, later 3rd Earl of Charleville

2. Capt Hon John James Bury RN (b. 22 Oct 1827; dspm. 20 Jan 1864), mar. 24 Jun 1852 Charlotte Theresa Austin, only dau. of Thomas Austin, and had issue:

1a. Beaujolois Arabella Charlotte Bury (d. 1 Nov 1865)

2a. Georgiana Florence Bury, mar. 24 Jun 1879 Edward Guy Selby Smyth

3a. Louisa Emily Austin Bury (d. 1881)

4a. Ada Tighe Bury

3. Hon Alfred Bury, later 5th Earl of Charleville

1. Lady Katherine Eleanora Beaujolois Bury (d. 9 Jul 1903), mar. 30 Jun 1853 Capt Hastings Dent (b. 1812; d. 7 Jun 1864), 4th son of John Dent MP, of Evesham, co. Worcester, Cockran, co. Lancaster, and Barton Court, co. Hampshire, partner in Child's Bank 1795-1826, by his wife Anne Jane Wilkinson, and had issue

died

14 Jul 1851

suc. by

son

note

Sheriff of King's County 1825 ; Member of Parliament (Tory) for Carlow 1826-32 and for Penryn and Falmouth 1832-35; a Lord of the Bedchamber 1834-35 ; a Representative Peer for Ireland 1838-51

 

Charles William George [Bury], 3rd Earl of Charleville

born

8 Mar 1822

mar.

7 Mar 1850 Arabella Louisa Case (d. 8 Jul 1857), yst. dau. of Henry Case, of Shenstone Moss, co. Stafford, by his second wife Elizabeth Ford, dau. and cohrss. of Randle Ford, of Wrexham, co. Denbigh

children

1. Hon Charles William Francis Bury, later 4th Earl of Charleville

1. Lady Katherine Arabella Beaujolois Bury (d. 3 Feb 1901), mar. 5 Jun 1873 Lt Col Edmund Bacon Hutton, of Blidworth Dale, co. Nottingham, ADC to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (d. 17 Mar 1904), 3rd son of William Hutton DL, of Gate Burton, co. Lincoln, by his wife Jane Bacon, 1st dau. of Sir Edmund Bacon, 8th and 9th Bt., and had issue

2. Lady Harriet Hugh Adelaide Bury (d. 3 Apr 1861)

3. Lady Emily Alfreda Julia Bury, suc. to the Charleville estates (d. 28 Feb 1931), mar. 20 Sep 1881 Capt Kenneth Howard later Howard-Bury DL, High Sheriff King's County 1884 (b. 27 Nov 1845; d. 24 Aug 1885), 1st son and heir of Hon James Kenneth Howard, Commissioner of Woods and Forests (by his wife Lady Louisa Petty-FitzMaurice, only dau. of Henry [Petty later Petty-FitzMaurice], 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne), 4th son of Thomas [Howard], 16th Earl of Suffolk, and had issue

died

19 Jan 1859

suc. by

son

note

 

Charles William Francis [Bury], 4th Earl of Charleville

born

16 May 1852

died

3 Nov 1874

suc. by

uncle

note

 

Alfred [Bury], 5th Earl of Charleville

born

19 Feb 1829

mar.

20 Jun 1854 Emily Frances Wood (d. 19 Apr 1911), 3rd dau. of Gen Sir William Wood KCB, Col, 14th Regiment of Foot, by his wife Charlotte Dix, dau. of Capt Edward Dix RN

died

s.p. 26 Jun 1875

note

Capt, 10th Regiment of Foot 1858; Sheriff of King's County 1861

 

On the death of the 5th Earl of Charleville the Earldom of Charleville became extinct.

 

 First written 20 Apr 2006

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