Humphrys genealogy

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Alexander Eagar

Alexander Eagar,
mar Triphena Browne,
had issue:

  1. John Eagar,
    bapt 9 Jan 1745,
    of Ardrinane, Co.Kerry,
    mar 1776 to Sarah Blennerhassett [sister of Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 1st Baronet, descendant of Edward III],
    he died 1814,
    had issue:

    1. Frances Eagar,
      [Foster's Royal Descents] says born July 1781. But that would make her age 14 at marriage.
      She mar 21 Feb 1796 to Richard Massy Yeilding [bapt 21 June 1773] and had issue.

    2. Dr. Alexander Eagar, M.D.,
      mar 1811 or 1812 to Annabella Yielding [born 1781],
      he died 1817,
      she fl 1838,
      had issue:

      1. Sarah Eagar, mar 1838 to Robert Blennerhassett.

      2. Catherine Eagar, mar Townsend Blennerhassett and had issue.

    3. Rowland Blennerhassett Eagar, born 1786,
      of Ardrinane, Co. Kerry,
      mar 1813 to Marianne Mason [or Mary Anne, dau of Oliver Mason, of Ahamore, Co. Kerry] and had issue,
      mar settlement 1st Mar 1813, (todo) see D.26714 in [Rowan Papers].

  2. Tallis Eagar,
    born 1752, twin,
    of Reen Cahir.
    See Wikitree.
    He mar 1stly to Mary Hurly [granddau of Robert Blennerhassett].
    He died 1828, Caherciveen.
    Tallis and Mary had issue:

    1. Belinda Eagar, mar James Hurley.
    2. Triphena Eagar, mar James Mahoney.
    3. Dorothea Eagar, mar Charles Jemison.
    4. Mary Eagar.
    5. Alice Eagar, mar Charles O'Connell.

  3. Frederick Eagar,
    born 1752, twin,
    mar Alice Mason and had issue:

    1. John Frederick Eagar,
      born 1789 or 1791,
      mar 1stly, 1811, to Sarah Benner [dau of Henry Benner],
      mar 2ndly in 1830,
      had issue by 1st wife:

      1. Frederick John Eagar, born 1812.
        Family tree researcher.
        He mar 1843 to Anne Gentleman [dau of Robert Gentleman and Margaret Goodman].
        They had issue:

        1. Sarah Anne Eagar,
          mar David Peter Thompson Fitzgerald and had issue.

      2. John Eagar, born 1821.
        Emigrated to America.
        Lived Batavia, New York.

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