(not his father)
is apparently the
who had the grant of Killorglin and Innisfallen confirmed
by patent, 10 Oct 1613.
He built a new castle at Killorglin and re-named it Castle Conway.
He mar Avice Dalton [or Avis, of Knockmore, Co.Waterford].
Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork wrote to him in 1632. See 1632 diary entry.
He was bur in the chapel at Castle Conway.
See his now-vanished tomb at Castle Conway.
Jenkin and Avice had issue:
Inscription on the Conway-Blennerhassett tomb at Castle Conway.
This recalls Jenkin and Edward Conway, grandfather and father of Avice Conway: "Jenkin et Edwardus Conway".
From p.148 of [Smith, 1756].
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