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Jenkin Conway, of Castle Conway


Jenkin Conway.
His father had been granted Killorglin, Co.Kerry, in 1587.
It was apparently him (not his father) who had the grant of Killorglin confirmed by patent, 11th James I (March 1613 to March 1614).
He built a new castle at Killorglin and re-named it Castle Conway.
He mar Avice Dalton [or Avis, of Knockmore, Co.Waterford].
He was bur in the chapel at Castle Conway.
See his now-vanished tomb at Castle Conway.
Jenkin and Avice had issue:


  1. Edward Conway,
    of Castle Conway,
    mar Catherine Ryeves [possibly a descendant of Edward III but not proved],
    he was bur in the chapel at Castle Conway,
    see his now-vanished tomb at Castle Conway,
    had issue:


    1. Avice Conway [or Avis],
      "Avicia" in the Latin on her tomb,
      would be after grandmother,
      mar perhaps around 1660 to Capt. Robert Blennerhassett and 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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