"Whitwell Butler, of Bellville"
in a list of Kerry jurors
Tralee Mercury, July 27, 1831.
"Whitwell Butler, Bellville" is in a list of Kerry jurors in Kerry Evening Post, July 23, 1845.
He retired from Navy with rank of Commander, 27 Oct 1845.
See service record in [NA.UK].
He is listed among the Magistrates of Co.Kerry in [Thom's, 1847, p.478]. Living "Bellville". From here.
Died unmarried, 1849:
His will dated 28 Mar 1849. His will mentions no wife or children.
He died Mar-Apr 1849.
His will is discussed in Waterford Evening News, April 13, 1849.
See will and probate in [NA.UK]. Proved 21 Nov 1850. He is described as Whitwell Butler of Belleville, near Cahersiveen, Commander in the Royal Navy. It says he is a "bachelor without lawful issue". It says his brother James is the "only next of kin".
Front of a book, William Blennerhassett, "tenants in account with Whitwell Butler" (the younger, agent for Blennerhassett), commencing 25 Mar 1839.
Book lists tenants in Belville/Portmagee area.
William Blennerhassett is unidentified. This could be Whitwell's 1st cousin William Blennerhassett of Blennerville.
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