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George Rowan



George Rowan,
born est c.1675.
See wikitree.
[Hickson, 9 Jan 1897] says he was of Maghera, Co.Derry.
Other sources thought he was of of Maghera, Co.Down.
Think he is descendant of Robert II, King of Scotland and of Henry I.
He mar Mary Blennerhassett [born est c.1682, descendant of Edward III].
He settled at Tullaree, Killiney par, Co.Kerry (on the Dingle peninsula, W of Tralee).
He presumably settled in Co.Kerry through marriage to Blennerhassett of Co.Kerry.
High Sheriff of Kerry 1716.
George and Mary had issue:


  1. Mary Rowan, born est c.1699,
    mar 1716 to William Mullins [born 1691] and had issue.


  2. Sarah Rowan,
    born est c.1702,
    of Droumbegg, Co.Kerry.
    See wikitree.
    She mar 1stly, 2 Feb 1721 (might be 1722 new style) to William Shiercliffe. No issue.
    William died 1727.
    He left Castlegregory to his wife's brother John Rowan.
    Sarah mar 2ndly, c.1727-1729, to Francis Cashell [prob. born 1697] and had issue.


  3. John Rowan,
    of Maghera, Co.Derry,
    and of Castlegregory (or Castle Gregory), Tullaree, Killiney par, Co.Kerry,
    mar 30th Nov 1728 to Sarah Leslie,
    he died 1732,
    had issue:

    1. Mary Rowan, mar Rev. Edward Day and had issue.

    2. George Rowan, mar Jane Usher and had issue:
      1. John Rowan of Castlegregory, mar 18th Mar 1780 to Elisabeth Usher and had issue:
        1. Harriet (or Harriett) Rowan, mar 1802 to Rev. Edward Day.


  4. Margaree (Margaret) Rowan,
    mar Roger Crimble of Dunaghadee, Co.Down (no issue).

  5. Ruth Rowan,
    must be after grandmother Ruth Blennerhassett,
    mar Charles Chambers of Letterkenny, Co.Donegal (no issue).

  6. Katherine (or Catherine) Rowan,
    mar Pierce Chute of Brenane (O'Brenane) and had issue.

  7. Jane Rowan.
  8. Elizabeth (or Elisabeth) Rowan.


  9. George Rowan,
    mar c.1750 to Catherine (or Margaret) Chute,
    (todo) see mar settlement, D.26711 in [Rowan Papers],
    he must be George Rowan who was High Sheriff of Kerry 1760-61,
    had issue:

    1. George Rowan,
      mar Mary Gorham,
      he must be George Rowan jr. who was High Sheriff of Kerry 1769-70,
      Mary must be the widow of George Rowan, of "Ratanny", Co.Kerry, who mar 2ndly, in Tralee, Apr 1789 [Walker's Hibernian Magazine] to William Nash, of Ballyteige [unidentified],
      George Rowan and Mary Gorham had issue:

      1. George Rowan,
        of Rathanny (or Ratanny), Ballymacelligott par (a little bit E of Tralee), Co.Kerry (where George Cashell lived),
        mar Apr 1798 to Catherine Mary Blennerhassett [bapt 1777] and had issue,
        he may be George Rowan who was High Sheriff of Kerry 1807-08.


    2. William Rowan,
      of Arabella House.


  10. Thomas Rowan,
    must be after grandfather Thomas Blennerhassett.




   
Location of Rathanny (or Ratanny), E of Tralee (then seat of Rowan), 1777.
Up is West.
From [Taylor and Skinner, 1777].
See also Arabella House nearby (then seat of Blennerhassett).
See full size. From Bill Jehan.






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