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Chute

Pronounced "Choot".
  
  

Richard Chute,
mar Charity Herbert,
had issue:


Francis Chute,
of Chute Hall, near Tralee, Co.Kerry,
mar 1761 to Ruth Falkiner [dau of Sir Riggs Falkiner, 1st Baronet, of Anne Mount, Co.Cork],
died 1782,
had issue:


  1. Richard Chute, born 1763,
    mar 1stly, 1785, to Agnes Bateman,
    had issue by 1st wife:

    1. Francis Chute,
      mar 1stly, 1810, to Mary Anne Bomford [dau of Trevor Bomford of Dublin],
      died 1849,
      had issue by 1st wife:

      1. Richard Chute,
        born 22 May 1811,
        of Chute Hall, near Tralee, Co.Kerry.


  2. Capt. Falkiner Chute,
    mar 1793 to Anne Goddard,
    had issue:

    1. Catherine Chute,
      born post-1793, only child,
      mar 1815 [Cook genealogy] to William Cooke [of Retreat, near Athlone] and had issue.


  3. Capt. Caleb Chute, born 1766 or 1767,
    mar Elizabeth Yielding [born 1784].
    He served as Provost of Tralee multiple times.
    They lived Princes Quay, Tralee. Living there in 1844-51.
    She died 10 Mar 1851. Burial record says she was age 67, of Tralee.
    She was bur 13 Mar 1851, Ballymacelligott CoI church near Tralee.
    He died Fri 7 Nov 1851, at his house, Princes Quay, Tralee.
    Burial record says he was age 85. Death notice says age 84.
    He was bur 9 Nov 1851, Ballymacelligott CoI church near Tralee.
    See item in Cork Examiner, Mon 10 Nov 1851.
  



Burials of Caleb Chute and Elizabeth Yielding in 1851 at Ballymacelligott CoI church near Tralee.


  

Chute Hall

Tullygarran, E side of Tralee, Co.Kerry. See map.
Demolished 1957.





Chute Hall.
See larger and full size.
Courtesy of Alice Chute.



Chute Hall on 1887 to 1913 map.
See modern satellite view of site.



S entrance to Chute Hall.
2009 screenshot from street view.






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