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Brownsford Castle, Brownsford, Dysartmoon par, Co.Kilkenny (between Thomastown and New Ross).
From 1887 to 1913 map.
See modern map and street view of gate.

Thomas Garvey,
of Brownsford Castle, Co.Kilkenny,
mar Maria Anna Walsh,
had issue:

  1. William Henry Garvey,
    born 1817,
    mar 1840 to Eliza Blennerhassett [born pre-1802, a lot older than her husband],
    she died 18 Feb 1868,
    he died 28 Mar 1872,
    listed at death as of Middle Gardiner St, Dublin,
    (todo) see death of William Henry Garvey, [GROI], Dublin North, 1872, age 55 (born 1817), vol 7 p 377,
    see death notice, Belfast News-Letter, 30 March 1872,
    see death notice, Freeman's Journal, 2 April 1872,
    had issue:

    1. Thomas Blennerhassett Garvey, born 1844,
      educ TCD, MB,
      think he is the person who researched the Garvey family tree published in [MGH, 1883],
      listed in medical directory in [Thom's, 1894] as "care of" Charles Robert Thorp, solicitor, 39 Kildare St, Dublin,
      listed at death as Medical Doctor, bachelor, of 13 Harcourt St, Dublin,
      died of "typhoid fever", 29 Mar 1894, private hospital, Charlemont St, Dublin, age 50 yrs,
      see death in [GROI],
      see entry in Index To Death Duty Registers 1796-1903, Court of Probate, [NA.UK] IR27/528, refers to a will, proved at Dublin.

    2. Charles Henry Garvey,
      died unmarried, 28 Jan 1868.

Thomas Blennerhassett Garvey in [Thom's, 1894].

Executor's sale of property of the late Thomas B. Garvey (maybe him, but not certain).
Freeman's Journal, 1 October 1894.
Property on Mountjoy St and St.Mary's Ave, Dublin.
Refers to deed of 1875.

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