Must be the same as the following. Edward de la Poer must be a Catholic who married a Protestant:
Thomas De La Poer,
thus written at son's mar,
mar 27 Mar 1880 (her age 36), St.Ann's
(Church of Ireland), Dawson Street, Dublin
to Frances Mary Croker [born 1844, possibly born 12 Mar 1845, descendant of Edward I].
Edward is listed as "private gentleman", living Lakeside House, Loughrea, Co.Galway, at children's births 1881-82.
He is listed as "gentleman", living 63A Haddington Rd, Dublin, at son's death 1888.
Can't find family at Haddington Rd or in Dublin alphabetic list in [Thom's] 1886 to 1891.
Can't find family in [Census, 1901].
Frances died 20 Feb 1902, Clifton, Dalkey, age 58 yrs [GROI]. Listed as "Married" and "Lady". Her sister is Alice Croker.
Can't find family in [Census, 1911].
He must be Edmund John De La Poer, widower, corn and wool merchant, of 24 Wentworth Place, Dublin (now Hogan Place, see map), who died 1 Jan 1914, St.Patrick's Hospital, Dublin, age 64 yrs (born 1850) [GROI].
Though can't find him at Wentworth Place or in Dublin alphabetic list in [Thom's] 1911 to 1915.
Edward and Frances had issue:
Charles MacCarthy, 1st Viscount Muskerry, born 1564.
She mar John Power.
They are ancestors of Power of Coorheen, Co.Galway, ancestors of:
William Power Keating Trench, 1st Earl of Clancarty,
of Garbally, Co.Galway, born 1741.
He mar Anne Gardiner [dau of Charles Gardiner (died 1769) and grand-dau of Luke Gardiner (died 1755)].
Charles Gardiner (died 1769) is descendant of Edward I. See descent and descent by Leo van de Pas.
1st Earl and his wife had issue:
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