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George Cashell


   
Shallee House, Co.Tipperary, in 1887 to 1913 map.
See also 1829 to 1842 map.
See modern satellite view and street view of entrance.



George Cashell [descendant of Edward III],
born est c.1733,
of Rathanny, Ballymacelligott par (a little bit E of Tralee), Co.Kerry [possibly came from Rowan family],
and of Shallee, Co.Tipperary [kept old estate],
mar Ellen Alton,
he must be "George Cashel" who witnessed the marriage settlement of Agnes Blennerhassett (2nd cousin of his mother Sarah Rowan) 1761,
he may be George Cashell, of Castle Cashell (unidentified), listed in J.P.'s of Co.Kerry, 1785, on p.266 of [Hickson, 1872],
listed as "of Tralee" in 1802,
he died think 1802, age est c.69 yrs,
will pr 1802 [NAI], [King],
will burnt in Four Courts 1922,
Ellen living Molesworth St, Dublin, 1806 [King's Inns],
had issue:


  1. Robert Cashel,
    subaltern officer of 6th Garrison Battalion.

    Must be the same as:

    Capt. Robert Cashell,
    of Co.Kerry.
    He mar 1812, at Ardfert, Co.Kerry, to Jane Joice Gun [descendant of Edward III].
    See Limerick Gazette, 4 Dec 1812.
    At mar he is described as Lieutenant "R. Cashell" of the 31st Regiment.
    Note that James Cashell was of the 31st Foot in 1807-11.
    Note that the 2nd Battalion of the 31st Foot was in Ireland 1807-08.
    Robert is not listed in 6th Garrison Battalion or 31st Foot in [Army List, Nov 1812].
    He became Captain post-1812.
    He died pre-1840.
    Jane remarried. See DENNY in [Foster's Royal Descents, 1887].
    Capt. Robert and Jane had issue:

    1. Jane Cashell,
      or Janet, or Cashel, only dau,
      mar 1840 to Albert William Browne, M.D. [son of the late (as at 1840) William Browne],
      (todo) see Limerick Chronicle, 3rd Oct 1840,
      marriage licence 1840, Diocese of Dublin,
      (todo) see 13th Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records, Appendix, p.109.

    2. George Gunn Cashell,
      bapt 27 December 1818 [St.Mary's C of I, Dublin].


  2. George Cashel,
    involved in the political intrigue of 1815-16, i.e. attempts to secure Rowan's acquittal after the duel of 7 Aug 1815,
    registered a batch of freeholders,
    think it is Fuller who refers to "Registry", 20th Aug and 11th Oct 1815,
    think this was burnt in Four Courts 1922, no register of Co.Kerry voters from this time seems to survive,
    there were similar exertions by other relatives of Rowan.

    He is probably:

    George Cashel, JP, born 1780,
    he must be "George Cashell" who is listed in House of Commons Parliamentary papers, Volume 35, 1832, as one of the Magistrates in the Commission of the Peace in Co.Kerry,
    lived Shallee House, Co.Tipperary.
    died June-July 1855 "at his residence, Shallee House, Co.Tipperary", age 75 yrs [Kerry Evening Post, Sat 7th July 1855, [BL.NL] M 21866],
    (todo) see Cork Examiner, 20th July,
    will pr 1855 [NAI],
    think will burnt in Four Courts 1922.


  3. Rowan Patrick Cashel,
    Rowan Cashel, or Cashell,
    3rd surviving son, born est c.1789,
    name Rowan comes from grandmother's family,
    name Patrick may come from great-grandfather Patrick Cashell,
    Jacobie O'Leary Cashel thought he might be Catholic, but this seems unlikely,
    killed a friend in a duel 1815,
    acquitted of murder 1816 amid great controversy.


  4. At least one other son, Cashel.





A "George Cashel" appears in [Vestry Minutes Books, Tralee church] in Apr 1806.
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"George Cashel" in [Vestry Minutes Books, Tralee church] in Mar 1807.
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"George Cashel" in [Vestry Minutes Books, Tralee church] in Apr 1810.
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"George Cashel" in [Vestry Minutes Books, Tralee church] in Apr 1811.
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Notice by the Cashel family in Limerick General Advertiser, 3 October 1816, in response to the [O'Connor pamphlet about the duel, 1816].
Looks like there might be 5 brothers - George, Henry, Rowan, Robert, Arthur.




Cashel of Shallee

Some Cashels of Shallee, Co.Tipperary, went to New Zealand (see below).
But other Cashels stayed in Shallee.

  

Cashel of Shallee and New Zealand

George Cashel of Shallee, Co.Tipperary, went to New Zealand.
These seem to be related to Cashel of Bedford House, Co.Kerry.



  

Cashel of Rathanny, Co.Kerry




Cashel of Tralee, Co.Kerry




Other Cashel of Munster



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