mar 1stly, 1836, to Theodora Blennerhassett [born 1812].
Through her the Chutes inherited Blennerville House and most of Blennerville.
They lived Blennerville.
Listed at Blennerville at probate of her father Arthur 1839.
[Slater's Directory, 1841] lists "Richard Chute" as the owner of Blennerville House.
They are listed at Blennerville in [Deed, Jan 1841] and [Deed, Apr 1842].
Theodora dies, 1845:
She died Blennerville, evening of Thur 24 July 1845, age 33 yrs, leaving him with young children.
See Kerry Evening Post, Sat 26 July 1845, [KCL] RR microfilm. "She inherited the extensive landed property of her father, which descends to her second son, Master Arthur Chute, who is, we understand, to take his deceased grand-father's name".
See item in Tralee Chronicle, 26 July 1845.
Papers in [Landed Estates Court box 3494] thought she died 25 July 1845.
She was bur Mon 28 July 1845 [Blennerville CoI par records] at Blennerville. She was bur with her father "in the new vault erected in Blennerville church-yard".
See death notice, 30 July 1845.
Richard had issue by 1st wife:
Richard Chute is listed among the Magistrates of Co.Kerry in [Thom's, 1847, p.478]. Living at Blennerville. From here.
He mar 2ndly, 3 Mar 1847, to Rose de Moleyns [born 1830].
High Sheriff of Co.Kerry 1856-57.
His will dated 7 Oct 1861.
He died 13 Sept 1862.
Richard had issue by 2nd wife:
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