mar 1stly, 1429, to Sir Walter Hussey ["Lord Galtrim"],
on their wedding day, he was called out to some local skirmish and he was killed,
the story is immortalised
in the ballad The Bride of Malahide
by Gerald Griffin,
mar 2ndly to
Sir Richard Talbot, Lord of Malahide,
died in 1482,
bur in huge tomb with effigy in ruins of Malahide Abbey,
beside Malahide Castle, N Co.Dublin.
Sir Christopher Plunkett
is also probably father (or grandfather) of:
(dau of Plunkett of Killeen, Co.Meath),
mar Jenico Dartas
and had issue.
Drone flight over Malahide Abbey and Malahide Castle.
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