He mar 4 Sept 1838
[Tralee, Church of Ireland par records]
Newspaper says they married on morning of Tue 4 Sept 1838, at Sarah's mother's house, Godfrey Place, Tralee (think just off Prince's St, W side of Tralee). They were mar by the Rev. Mr. Wade, Protestant curate of Tralee.
See Kerry Evening Post, Wed 5 Sept 1838, [KCL] RR microfilm.
Robert Blennerhassett of Mount Rivers is party to [Deed, Jan 1841] and [Deed, Apr 1844].
Sarah died 2 Feb 1856 at Mount Rivers.
(todo) See Cork Examiner, 29 Feb 1856.
Robert is described at death as of "Annagarry" (Mount Rivers).
He died 7 July 1862 at Mount Rivers.
(todo) See Cork Examiner, 11 July 1862.
Will proved 5 Aug 1862. See admin from here. And copy. Will would be burnt in 1922.
Co-executors of his will were his son-in-law Henry Parker and his nephew Robert Rowland Conyers.
Robert and Sarah are meant to have had no children.
[Hickson, 1874, p.221] says he died s.p. (without issue).
He left Mount Rivers to his nephew Robert Rowland Conyers.
However he did have a dau Mary. Is it possible she was a natural dau?
Robert had issue:
The marriage of Mary Blennerhassett in 1858 at Killorglin CoI church.
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