Mary Armstrong

(1700 - )
     Mary Armstrong was born in 1700. She was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason).
     Mary Armstrong married Edward Wallen, son of Patriarch Wallen, in 1718.
     Mary Armstrong was mentioned in the will of Edward Wallen dated 13 April 1770.

Children of Mary Armstrong and Edward Wallen

Mary Armstrong

     Mary Armstrong was the son of John Warneford Armstrong and Ann Turner.

Mary Armstrong

     Mary Armstrong was the daughter of Martin Armstrong and Unknown Ulick.

Mary Armstrong

     Mary Armstrong was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot.
     Mary Armstrong married Charles Robert Sherrington on 28 January 1782 in Scotland. They had issue.

Mary Armstrong

     Mary Armstrong was the daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Trench.
     She married Henry Anthony Hardman, esq., of Bellevue Lodge, Hampshire and had issue.

Mary Armstrong (Parkinson)

     Mary Armstrong (Parkinson) was born in Ireland. She married the Rev Edward Parkinson, minister of Ardee, Louth and had issue. See Burke. She was the daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.

Mary Armstrong (Robinson)

     Mary Armstrong (Robinson) was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong.

Michael Armstrong

(17 April 1678 - 27 August 1757)
     A military officer who served in Flanders and Scotland, at Blenheim and Culloden.. Michael Armstrong was born on 17 April 1678. He was the son of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard.
     Michael Armstrong married Jane Henzell, daughter of Bigoe Henzell, on 6 November 1716.
     Michael died on 27 August 1757 in Chelsea, London, England, aged 79.

Children of Michael Armstrong and Jane Henzell

Michael Armstrong

(circa 1651 - )
     He married and died at Banagher.. Michael Armstrong was born circa 1651. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Jane Unknown (Stephenson) (Armstrong).

Milo Armstrong

(19 March 1729 - 27 September 1751)
     Milo Armstrong was born on 19 March 1729 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot. Milo Armstrong was buried on 24 September 1751 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. He was midshipman of the "Scarborough."
     Milo died on 27 September 1751 in Bengal, India, aged 22. He was in the service of the East India Company.

Philip Armstrong

(circa 1642 - November 1711)
     He died in the 70th year of his age, unmarried.. Philip Armstrong was born circa 1642. He was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.
     Philip died in November 1711 in Ghent, Belgium.

Philip Armstrong

     He died unmarried.. Philip Armstrong was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong.

Philip Armstrong

     Philip Armstrong married Elizabeth Judge, daughter of Peter Judge. Philip Armstrong was the son of William Armstrong and Alice Coghlan.

Child of Philip Armstrong and Elizabeth Judge

Philip Armstrong

(13 December 1767 - 1806)
     Philip Armstrong was born on 13 December 1767. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot.
     Philip died in 1806.

Rebecca Armstrong

(1726 - )
     Rebecca Armstrong married Archibald Armstrong, son of William Armstrong and Rebecca Henzell. They had three sons and two daughters. See Burke v. 4 p. 347.. Rebecca Armstrong was born in 1726. She was the daughter of Michael Armstrong and Jane Henzell.

Rebecca Armstrong (Johnston)

     Rebecca Armstrong (Johnston) was the daughter of Andrew Armstrong.

Richard Armstrong

( - 1720)
     He married a daughter of Mr Armstrong of Forelock, in King's county and had two sons John & Thomas and several daughters.. Richard Armstrong was the son of Andrew Armstrong.
     Richard died in 1720.

Robert Armstrong

( - 23 May 1716)
     Robert Armstrong was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Elizabeth Johnston.
     Robert Armstrong married Lydia Howard in 1673.
     Robert died on 23 May 1716.

Children of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard

Samuel Armstrong

(16 September 1762 - 16 March 1832)
     He resided for some time at Clara House, and susequently at Spring Garden, and was in the commission of the peace for the King's County. Samuel Armstrong was born on 16 September 1762. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Deborah Simpson.
     Samuel Armstrong married Euphemia Frances Wright.
     Samuel died on 16 March 1832 in Erry, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland, aged 69.

Samuel Armstrong

     Samuel Armstrong was born in Ireland?. He died under age.. He was the son of Robert Armstrong and Lydia Howard.

Thomas Armstrong

(22 August 1702 - )
     He entered the Engineers, becoming eventually the first director of His Majesty's Engineers, Chief Engineer of Minorca, and Senior Engineer in the service. He purchased the estate of Murock and erected a house there. He died unmarried. Thomas Armstrong was born on 22 August 1702. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason).
     Thomas Armstrong was mentioned in the will of Warneford Armstrong dated 2 October 1766.

Thomas Armstrong

(1639 - )
     Thomas Armstrong was born in 1639 in Fermanagh, Ireland. He was the son of Andrew Armstrong and Elizabeth Johnston.
     With his brother Edmund (ancestor of the Gallen line) and many other Royalists, taken prisoner at the battle of Worcester, 3 September 1651, and conveyed to London. He subsequently returned to Ireland and settled at Banagher in the King's county, of which he was one of the Burgesses, and several times sovereign of the corporation. In his time a new stone bridge over the Shannon at Banagher was commenced and Mr Armstrong had the principal share not only in obtaining the presentment for raising the money in the county, but also in conducting the progress of the work. It was finished in the reign of James II, and Margaret, Mr Armstrong's eldest daughter was the first female that passed over it.
During the troubles that ensued after James' abdication of the throne, Mr Armstrong, suffering much from the attacks of the native Irish, deemed it prudent to retire to some place of security. Accordingly with only seven followers, chiefly his own servants, all well armed, he set out with the intention of throwing himself into Mullingar, then strongly garrisoned for King William, but was attacked near New Town, a castle belong to the family of Low, by a portion of Geoghegan's regiment, whereupon he retired with his little party into the court yard of the castle, and there resolutely defended himself until he was relieved by a troop of horse from Mullingar. In the action, however, he received a ball in his thigh, and the wound, being unskillfully dressed, brought on a fever, of which he died at Kinnegad, a few days after
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     Thomas Armstrong married Grissel Beatty.
     Thomas died in Kinnegad, Killucan, Meath/Westmeath, Ireland.

Children of Thomas Armstrong and Grissel Beatty

Thomas Armstrong

(23 October 1731 - )
     Thomas Armstrong was born on 23 October 1731 in Ballycumber, Lemanaghan, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot.
     Thomas died in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He made two voyages to China. He died unmarried. He was buried in Banagher, Killucan, Offaly.

Thomas Armstrong

(1661 - 7 January 1747/48)
     He married in 1745 and had issue. He was 86 at his death. See Burke for details. Thomas Armstrong was born in 1661 in Stonestown, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.
     Thomas died on 7 January 1747/48.

Thomas Armstrong

(circa 1671 - 1750)
     Thomas Armstrong was born circa 1671 in Ireland. He was of Ballylin. He was the son of Archibald Armstrong and Letitia Playsted.
     Thomas Armstrong married secondly Lucy Holmes. He married twice and left issue. See Burke v. 4 p. 348.
     Thomas died in 1750.

Thomas Armstrong

     He was Captain in the Longford militia. Thomas Armstrong was born in Ireland. He was the son of George Armstrong and Elizabeth Phillips.
     Thomas Armstrong married Hannah? Armstrong before 1810. He married Miss Armstrong of Ennis in co. Clare and had issue. See Burke v. 4 p. 348 for details.

Child of Thomas Armstrong and Hannah? Armstrong

Lt Col Thomas Armstrong

     He died unmarried. Lieut Colonel in the 17th Regiment of Foot. Lt Col Thomas Armstrong was the son of Thomas Armstrong and Lucy Holmes.

two daughters Armstrong

     Two daughters Armstrong was the daughter of Samuel Armstrong and Euphemia Frances Wright.

two sons Armstrong

     Two sons Armstrong was the son of Samuel Armstrong and Euphemia Frances Wright.

two sons Armstrong

     Two sons Armstrong was the son of Warneford Armstrong and Jane Jones. Two died in infancy.