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Francis Blennerhassett Chute


Francis Blennerhassett Chute at Chute Hall.
Courtesy of Alice Chute.


Francis Blennerhassett Chute,
of Chute Hall,
born 1837.
His father died 1862.
He inherited Blennerville.
High Sheriff of Co.Kerry 1865-1866.
Listed as of Chute Hall at mar.

He mar 6 Feb 1869 to Cherry Roberts [Cherubina Herbert D'Esterre Roberts, born 1843].
She was dau of Norcott D'Esterre Roberts, of Dublin, by his wife Cherry Herbert Torrens (or Charity Herbert Torrens). See 1841 mar at Tralee CoI church.
See Roberts of Ardmore, Co.Cork in [Burkes Irish, 1912].
See Marriage settlement dated 5 Feb 1869.
Francis and Cherry mar at St.Stephen's CoI church, Dublin. See entry.

As at 1890, Francis was living in England.
He died 1902.
Francis and Cherry had issue:

  1. Major Richard Chute,
    Richard Aremberg Blennerhassett Chute,
    born 24 June 1870, 74 Lr Leeson St, Dublin.
    See birth cert from here.
    He inherited Chute Hall and Blennerville House.

  2. Arthur Chute,
    Arthur Torrens Chute, born 1871,
    mar Edythe Mary Geiger,
    had issue:

    1. Arthur Chute,
      Arthur Sydney Torrens Chute, born 1916.
      He mar Jean Barnett.
      They had issue:

      1. Sydney Chute.
      2. Edythe Amelia Chute.
      3. Adrienne Chute.
      4. Ann Chute.

  3. Chaloner Chute,
    Chaloner Francis Trevor Chute, born 1885.
    The name "Chaloner" came into this branch of the family with him.
    He would be named after a notable early Chute, Chaloner Chute of The Vyne, Hampshire, Speaker of the House of Commons, died 1659.
    The name is sometimes spelt "Challoner" but it seems the correct spelling is "Chaloner".


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