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Sir Gabriel Stokes,
born 1849,
mar 1stly, 1885, to Rebecca Horsfall,
she died 1886,
mar 2ndly, 1889, to May Fuller [born 17 July 1861],
she died 1897,
he died 1920,
had issue by 2nd wife:

  1. Adrian Stokes, born 1892,
    mar 1917 to Doris England,
    lived Glashnacree House, SE of Sneem, Co.Kerry,
    sold it before 1969,
    went to live in Howth, Co.Dublin,
    they had issue.

  2. Herbert Stokes, born 1894,
    mar 1920 to Enid White King,
    see her formerly at John Nunn's Genealogy Pages,
    they had issue:

    1. Adrian Stokes.
      DNA match to (Fuller line) Peter Helps.
      DNA match to (Mullins line) Anna Foster.
      He had issue:

      1. Teresa Stokes.
        DNA match to Peter Helps.

Stokes ancestry down to Henry Stokes, father of Sir Gabriel Stokes.
From [Burkes Irish, 1976, p.1054].

Glashnacree House for sale in 2000.


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