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John Hurly




Marriage of John Hurly, Freemans Journal, May 29, 1784.


  
John Hurly,
or Hurley,
of Tralee.
He mar 18 May 1784, Ballymacprior, Co.Kerry, to Mary Conway [dau of Edmond Conway by his wife Christian Rice].
See Mary on Wikitree.
See marriage notice in Freemans Journal, May 29, 1784.
John was Clerk of the Crown and Peace for Kerry.
Mary died 15 July 1825.
John died 26 Nov 1829.
They had issue:


  1. Letitia Hurly.
    If eldest daughter then born 1784-1788.
    She mar 14 May 1808 to Rowland Blennerhassett and had issue.


  2. Alice Hurly,
    bapt Allice, 4 August 1788 [Tralee CoI par records].
    She mar Alexander Elliott and had issue.


  3. Christian Hurly [dau],
    bapt 8 September 1789 [Tralee CoI par records].
    She mar 1810 to James Magill and had issue.
    Much later, in c.1870, her step-grandson Capt. James McGillycuddy Magill purchased Churchtown House, which was formerly the home of her brother-in-law Rowland Blennerhassett.


  4. Lucy Hurly,
    bapt 1 July 1792 [Tralee CoI par records].
    [Burkes Irish, 1958] says Lucy is a different person to Letitia.
    Note also that Letitia has two different daus Letitia and Lucy.


  5. Arabella Hurly.


  6. Mary Hurly,
    mar Barry Collins and had issue.


  1. Rev. Robert Conway Hurly,
    died unmarried, 1849.


  2. John Hurly,
    of Bridge House, Tralee,
    and of Glenduff, Co.Kerry.





Baptism of Alice Hurly, 4 August 1788 [Tralee CoI par records].



Baptism of Christian Hurly, 8 September 1789 [Tralee CoI par records].



Baptism of Lucy Hurly, 1 July 1792 [Tralee CoI par records].
Signed by the Rector Rev. John Blennerhassett.


  

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