Maud Susanna Dowse

(16 January 1889 - )
     Maud Susanna Dowse was born on 16 January 1889 in 62 Lombard St West, Dublin. She was the daughter of Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse and Frances Elizabeth Robins. Maud Susanna Dowse was christened on 10 March 1889 in Molyneaux Chapel, Dublin.

Richard Henry Dowse

(1839 - between 1892 and 1897)
     Richard Henry Dowse was born in 1839. He was the son of Benjamin Thomas Dowse (1802-1885) & Ann M....
Richard Henry Dowse married Mary Halahan, daughter of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Anne Hannan, on 28 January 1864 in St Peter's, Dublin.
Richard Henry Dowse was listed in a directory dated 1877 as Mr Richard Hen. Downs at 1 Gulistan Terrace, Ranelagh, Rathmiines, Dublin.
     Richard resided at Killeen, Laois.
     Richard died between 1892 and 1897.

Children of Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan

Richard Henry Dowse

(12 October 1868 - 2 February 1918)
     Richard Henry Dowse was born on 12 October 1868 in Camolin RD, Wexford. He was the son of Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan.
RATHMINES AND RATHGAR TOWNSHIP/URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL LIST 10:
Introduction: The following documents relate to property in the present Mount Pleasant Avenue and
Gulistan Avenue, Rathmines, which was held by widow Mary Halahan under a lease issued by the Earl of Meath for one hundred years in 1832. In this lease the property is described as “No. 8, part of Cullenswood”; after 1846, it is called “Gulistan” which may have been inspired by the epic work of that title written by the 13th century Persian poet, Sadi. The Gulistan was first translated in 1787 and proved to be very popular, with extracts being quoted frequently as proverbs (1).
Mary Halahan died in 1846 and bequeathed her interest in Gulistan to her unmarried daughters, Jane, Dorothea and Lucy Halahan (see UDC/1/10/2, below). The Halahan sisters issued building leases to their sister-in-law Mrs. Sophy Halahan, which resulted in six houses being erected at Gulistan Avenue (see UDC/1/10/3, below); and to their sister Mrs. Augusta Fitzsimons, who built two fine villas which are still standing, Aubrey Cottage and Mosaphir Cottage (see UDC/1/10/4 and 6, below). The Meath lease was later bequeathed by the Halahan sisters jointly to their nephew Christopher, son of their brother Hickman Rose Halahan; and to their niece Mary, daughter of their brother Samuel Handy Halahan and wife of Richard H. Dowse. After 1880, the Dowses took out several mortgages on Mary’s interest in the property, to which she had to affirm her voluntary consent, an acknowledgement of the improved status of married women. In 1891, the Commissioners of Rathmines and Rathgar purchased the Halahan
family’s interest in Gulistan, with a view to the erection of artisan dwellings on the site (see UDC/1/Mins. 1/6, pp 293, 338). The documents which are contained in list 10 came into the possession of the Commissioners together with the property at that time.
This descriptive list was prepared in 1982 and portions of it were drawn up by Rose Doyle and Norma Foley, as part of work-experience while studying for the Diploma in Archival Studies at University College Dublin.
UDC/1/10/1A Copy LEASE: John Chambre, Earl of Meath to Mary Halahan, widow, York Street, Dublin.
Property: No. 8, part of Cullenswood, barony of Rathdown, Co. Dublin. Area: 3 acres, 2 roods, 30 perches, Irish plantation measure. Rent: £41 - 7s - 2d sterling p.a. Term: 100 yrs. Witnesses: William Tighe Hamilton, Charles Chuton and William Keogh. Seals: On original lease, seals were affixed by Earl of
Meath and Mary Halahan. Original lease dated 25 March 1832, copy 1894.
UDC/1/10/1B With attachment: MAP dated Jan 1832, based on a survey dated 1807.
Title: “Part of the lands of Cullinswood, Estate of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Meath”. Surveyor: J. Cooke, 12 Pitt Street, Dublin. Dimensions: 220 x 140 mm. Boundaries: Mary Halahan’s holding bounded: by
Half Miles Rd/Milltown Rd (N); by William Bernard’s holding from Robert Shaw (S); by William Bernard’s
holding from Lord Meath (W); by Gallagher’s holding from Robert Shaw (E). One flashpoint; one building in plan. 1807 - 1832 2 docs
Gulistan: Halahan and Dowse Lease Doc. No Description UDC/1/10/2A LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION issued by Richard, Archbishop of Dublin in Consistorial and Metropolitical Court to Jane Armstrong Halahan, spinster, Mount Pleasant Avenue: re estate of Mary Halahan. Witnesses: John Samuels and Joseph Radcliff, VicarGeneral. Seal (pendant): of Consistorial Court. Parchment; printed form; 1 membrane February 1846 1 doc
UDC/1/10/2B With attachment: copy WILL of Mary Halahan, York St, Dublin prepared by solicitor William S. Kildahl: original dated 1832. Bequest: include. property at Cullenswood to her daughters Jane Armstrong, Dorothea Dopping and Lucy Halahan if still unmarried; with some furniture from
house at York Street.
Codicil: Silver vase to son Samuel Halahan.
Witnesses: John Handy, Samuel Litton and Thomas
Halahan.
Parchment; 1 membrane
Mortgage: R.H. Dowse, Gulistan, Ranelagh and wife Mary Dowse (nee Halahan) to National Discount Co. of Ireland, 25 St. Andrew Street, Dublin. Property: half-share of interest in Gulistan, including
ground-rents Gulistan Terrace, as security for loan of £127 repayable 27, UDC/1/10/13].
UDC/1/10/14 RE-CONVEYANCE of Mortgage: National Discount Company of Ireland to R.H. Dowse, Gulistan, Ranelagh and wife Mary Dowse (see No. 13, above). 19 Aug 1881 ...
UDC/1/10/19 MORTGAGE R.H. Dowse, Gulistan and wife Mary Dowse, to George Sykes, 15 Garville Avenue, Rathgar, “gentleman”. Interest in Gulistan and in ground rents of Gulistan Avenue as security for loan of £100. 15 Nov 1888.
1891 UDC/1/10/23     Abstracts of TITLE: (1) Rev. Christopher Halahan re half-share interest in Gulistan and in ground rents of Gulistan Terrace (prepared by J. Alexander, solicitor, Enniskillen); (2) R.H. Dowse and wife Mary to undivided moiety of: house and lands, Gulistan; rents payable out of 1 - 8 Gulistan Terrace and 47 Mount Pleasant Avenue; and abstract of title to incumbrances affecting above property (prepared by Wills C. Bennett, solicitor, 36 Molesworth Street, Dublin). 1891
UDC/1/10/24 In the sale of property, Dowse to Rathmines Commissioners: REQUISITION of purchaser’s
solicitors on title with replay of vendors’ solicitors; Registry of Deeds negative search for acts affecting 1 - 8 gulistan Terrace and 47 Upper Mount Pleasant Avenue; and Registry of Deeds negative search on index of names for acts of Christopher Halahan and Noble Hilliard affecting premises at Gulistan. c. Feb 1891
Gulistan: Halahan and Dowse Lease Doc. No. UDC/1/10/25 DECLARATION by Mary Dowse to Rathmines Commissioners that she is the lawful heir, along with Rev. Christopher Halahan, to property bequeathed by Mary Halahan and subsequently bequeathed by Jane A. Halahan and Dorothea Dopping Halahan. With enclosure burial certificate Parish of St. Paul, Dublin: Lucy Halahan (8 May 1865) and Jane A. Halahan (Nov 1867) issued Dec. 1890.
14 March 1891 3 items .
UDC/1/10/26: CERTIFICATE issued by Inland Revenue re payment of succession duty by Rev. Hickman Rose Halahan in 1878 upon death of Dorothea Dopping Halahan. 2 Apr 1891
UDC/1/10/27 Dowse to Rathmines Commissioners: DECLARATION from R.H. and Mary Dowse and from solicitor Wills C. Bennett, regarding authenticity of copy LEASE dated 23 Sept 1846 (see no. 3 above).
1 May 1891
UDC/1/10/28 LETTER from R.H. Beauchamp, Solicitor, Foster Place, to Messrs. D and J Fitzgerald, solicitors. re Halahan to Rathmines Commissioners. With enclosure, succession accounts, Mary Dowse and Christopher Halahan. 1 June 1891 .
UDC/1/10/30: CORRESPONDENCE Rathmines Commissioners (from 1898 Urban District Council) with Messrs. D and T Fitzgerald, Solicitors, 20 St. Andrew Street, Dublin. With reference to rental of Gulistan, 1891; rent due from Rev. Christopher Halahan, 1897; and queries re original lease of 1832 (see no. 1 above). Includes: schedule of documents relating to Gulistan Terrace. 1891 - 1913
.
     Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan were recorded on the 1911 census in Scholarstown, Rathfarnham. Mary Dowse, head, widow, 70, born Dublin City; son Richard Henry Dowse, 42, First Class Engineer, Merchant Service, born co. Wexford, single; grandson Richard Henry Dowse 23, single, Bank of Ireland official, born Dublin City; Anne Fleming 38, daughter, born Queens Co, Samuel H G Fleming 50, son in law, born Galway, John R W Fleming, grandson aged 3, born Dublin City; with a governess & servant.
     Richard was killed in action with enemy submarine on 2 February 1918 aged 49. He was a chief engineer with the Mercantile Marine. He has a memorial at Tower Hill, London.

Richard Henry Dowse

(2 January 1888 - )
     Richard Henry Dowse was born on 2 January 1888 in 'Gulistan', Ranelagh, Rathmines, Dublin. He was the son of Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse and Frances Elizabeth Robins. Richard Henry Dowse was christened on 14 September 1888 in Harolds Cross, Dublin. He was listed as Mary Halahan's grandson in the 1911 census in Scholarstown, Rathfarnham.

Rev Richard Henry Dowse

(1900 - 13 September 1983)
     Rev Richard Henry Dowse was born in 1900 in Kiltegan, Wicklow. He was the son of Rev Charles Dowse and Edith Helen Moore. Katherine and Richard were listed as Rev Charles Dowse's children in the 1901 census in Kilktegan, Baltinglass PLU, Humewood DED, Wicklow. W and Katherine Mary Dowse were listed as Rev Charles Dowse's children in the 1911 census in York Rd, Kingstown.
Rev Richard Henry Dowse married Constance Christie in 1933? In Dublin.
     Richard died on 13 September 1983.

Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse

(4 December 1866 - )
     Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse was born on 4 December 1866 in Gorey Rd. He was the son of Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan.
Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse married Frances Elizabeth Robins in 1887?. A Samuel H Halahan Dowse married Frances Elizabeth Robins in the June qtr of 1887 in the Dublin South district.

Children of Samuel Handy Halahan Dowse and Frances Elizabeth Robins

William Henry Dowse

(19 April 1875 - )
     William Henry Dowse was born on 19 April 1875 in Laois. He was the son of Richard Henry Dowse and Mary Halahan.
William Henry Dowse married Frances Henrietta Givens.

Child of William Henry Dowse and Frances Henrietta Givens

Jack Dowsett

(1915 or 1918 - 1986 or 1998)
     Jack Dowsett was born in 1915 or 1918.
The marriage of Jack Dowsett and Norah Edna Bullett, daughter of James Robert Russell Bullett and Emily Jakeman, was registered in Surrey in the December 1940 quarter.
     Jack died in 1986 or 1998. He could be either the one who died March 1988 (born 11 Aug 1915) or April 1986 (born 1 Sep 1918) or even July 2002 (born 13 Nov 1922).

Anna Doyle

(1785 - 7 May 1848)
     Anna Doyle was also known as Anne in records.
Anna Wheeler (1785-1848) was the daughter of Nicholas Milley Doyle, prebendery of Fennor parish, Tipperary, and Anna Dunbar; her godfather being the Irish politician Henry Grattan. Her two brothers were Charles and John and her one sister Bessie. In 1800 he married Francis Massy Wheeler, a landowner who spent his days hunting and his nights drinking. Only 2 of their children survived infancy: Henrietta & Rosina. Wheeler left her drunken husband in 1812, taking her sister and daughters with her, and went to Guernsey, where they lived with her uncle, General Sir John Doyle, governor of the island mingling with emigres of the French Revolution. She rejected a proposal of marriage from the Duc de Bouillon, cousin to the French kings. Wheeler moved to Caen in France in 1816 where she became part of a circle of radical thinkers and gained a reputation as
Goddess of Reason'. On the death of her estranged husband in 1820, Wheeler went to London, meeting the utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham and the cooperative thinker Robert Owen. In 1822 Bentham introduced he to the Irish landowner and socialist William Thompson. Together they produced Appeal of one half of the human race, Women, against the Other Half, Men (1825), published under Thompson's name. While in Parish 1823, Wheeler met Charles Fourier who greatly admired her and probably coined the term 'feminism' with her in mind. In her role as transnational mediator, Wheeler disseminated his ideas with Owenite circles as well as co-operating with Owen's follower Marc-Antoine Jullien through a mutual support for Greek independence .... a staunch activist for women's rights, writing speeches and articles published under the pseudonym 'Vlasta' in the cooperative press. She died at the height of the European revolutions of that year in a flat in Camden High Street, London, surrounded by women comrades and her brother John.

See also Wikipedia for more information. She was born in 1785 in Clonbeg or Fennor, Tipperary, Ireland. She was the daughter Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle and Anna Dunbar. She was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle.
Anna Doyle married Francis Massey Wheeler circa 1799. He was heir to an estate at Ballywire, Limerick.
     Anna died on 7 May 1848 in High Street, Camden, London, England. She was buried on 12 May 1848 in Westminster, St Marylebone, Middlesex, England. Anna Doyle Wheeler, of HIgh St, Camden Town, aged 65.

Children of Anna Doyle and Francis Massey Wheeler

Bessie Doyle

     Bessie Doyle was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle.

Bridget Doyle

     Bridget Doyle married Alfred F Rich in 1845 in New South Wales. This marriage is assumed.

Child of Bridget Doyle and Alfred F Rich

Catherine Doyle

(say 1725 - )
     Catherine Doyle was born say 1725 in Kilkenny or Kildare, Ireland. She was the daughter of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
Catherine Doyle married Rev Thomas Bushe. Her husband's name looks like Robt Burke on the original ms pedigree.

Charles Doyle

(before 1745 - )
     Charles Doyle was born before 1745 in Kilkenny or Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
     Charles and Dunbar Doyle were educated from from 15 June 1751 at the Quaker School, Ballitore, Kildare.
     Charles served in the Royal Navy.

Charles Doyle

(circa 1700 - 1769)
     Charles Doyle was born circa 1700.
Charles Doyle married Elizabeth Milley, daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar.
     Charles died in 1769 in Bramblestown, Dungarvan, Kilkenny, Ireland.
     His will was proved in 1770 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
The National LIbrary of Ireland holds a copy of grant of arms to Col. Francis Hastings Doyle, eldest son of Welbore Ellis Doyle, Lt. Governor of Ceylon, one of the sons of Charles Doyle, late of Brambleston, Co. Kilkenny and all descendants of his said grandfather, c.1827.

Children of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley

Rev Charles Milley Doyle

(circa 1756 - circa 1851)
     Rev Charles Milley Doyle was born circa 1756 in Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle.
     Charles matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, from 1792 to 1795.
     Charles died circa 1851.
     His will was proved in 1851 at Kilkenny, Ireland.

Child of Rev Charles Milley Doyle

Dunbar Doyle

(circa 1745 - )
     Dunbar Doyle was born circa 1745 in Ireland. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
     Dunbar and Charles Doyle were educated from from 15 June 1751 at the Quaker School, Ballitore, Kildare.
     Dunbar and Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle were educated from from 12 Jan 1757 at Kilkenny College. They were aged 12 & 8 on their entry on 12 Jan 1757.
     Dunbar matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, from 17 Dec 1759.

Elizabeth Maria Doyle

(9 July 1831 - 28 June 1920)
     Elizabeth Maria Doyle was born on 9 July 1831 in Ulinbawn, Sackville Reach, co. Cumberland, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Cyrus M Doyle of Mid Lorn. Her grandfather was Andrew Doyle who was bapt at St Catherine's, Meath St, Dublin 29 Nov 1774. He was convicted for having in his possession paper with the watermark of the Bank of Ireland, 3 Dec 1801 and transported to Australia per "Rolla" 12 May 1803. His wife Sophia Isabella Norris and children Cyrus Matthew (born 27 Nov 1793 at Palmerstown, Ireland), Lousia (b.1795/6) & Edmund (b.1799) came free with him. He was an engraver & calico printer in Dublin and was employed by Gov King drawing shrubs & natural curiosities for Sir Joseph Banks in the colonies. [Peter Doyle] Her father Cyrus firstly Frances Biggers 18 Oct 1814 (who died 13 July 1827) and had 5 children, then married secondly on Jan 1 1828 at St John's Parramatta, having issue - Alfred John b. 20 Nov 1829, Elizabeth Maria & Louis Patrick born 24 March 1834. Cyrus died 16 Mar 1855. She was christened on 15 August 1831 in Sackville Reach.
Elizabeth Maria Doyle married Alfred William Phillips, son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard, on 4 April 1850 in St Mary's, West Maitland, New South Wales.
     Elizabeth died on 28 June 1920 in Dulwich Hill, co. Cumberland, New South Wales, aged 88. She was buried on 29 June 1920 in Waverley cemetery, Bronte.

Children of Elizabeth Maria Doyle and Alfred William Phillips

Francis Doyle

( - 2 December 1882)
     Francis Doyle was the son of Francis Hastings Charles Doyle.
Captain Francis Doyle, of the 2nd Dragoon Guards, served in the Zulu War of 1879-80.
     Francis died on 2 December 1882. Captain Doyle died of wounds from the Egyptian War of 1882.

Sir Francis Hastings Doyle

(1783 - 1839)
     Sir Francis Hastings Doyle was born in 1783 in Ireland. He married in 1804 and had 5 known children - See Burke's Peerage. He was the son of Welbore Ellis Doyle.
The National LIbrary of Ireland holds a copy of grant of arms to Col. Francis Hastings Doyle, eldest son of Welbore Ellis Doyle, Lt. Governor of Ceylon, one of the sons of Charles Doyle, late of Brambleston, Co. Kilkenny and all descendants of his said grandfather, c.1827. Francis was created a Baronet in 1828.
     Francis died in 1839.

Child of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle

Francis Hastings Charles Doyle

(21 August 1810 - )
     Francis Hastings Charles Doyle was born on 21 August 1810 in Yorkshire, England. He was born near Tadcaster, Yorkshire, to a military family which produced several distinguished officers, including his father, Major-General Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, 1st Baronet, who was created a baronet in 1828. He succeeded to the baronetcy on the death of his father in 1839. He was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford. Studying law, he was called to the Bar in 1837, and afterwards held various high fiscal appointments, becoming in 1869, Commissioner of Customs. He was the son of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle.
He was a well-known Barrister-at-Law, and served as Commissioner of the Customs from 1869 to 1883. He was elected in 1867 Professor of Poetry at Oxford.
In 1844, he married Sydney, daughter of the MP Charles Watkin Williams-Wynn. His eldest son Francis Granville Doyle (1846–1882) died of typhoid fever.
Doyle's daughter Mary married Charles Carmichael Lacaita, MP and botanist.]
The baronetcy passed to a younger son Sir Everard Hastings Doyle, 3rd Baronet upon his death, and then later to his other son, Sir Arthur Havelock James Doyle, 4th Baronet.

Child of Francis Hastings Charles Doyle

John Doyle

(circa 1806 - )
     John Doyle was born circa 1806 in Kilkenny. He was the son of Rev Charles Milley Doyle.

General John Doyle

(say 1750 - 8 August 1834)
     General John Doyle was born say 1750 in Kilkenny or Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
General Sir John Doyle Bt GCB KCH, raised the 87th Regiment (The Royal Irish Fusiliers) and served at one time as Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales (who was later to be crowned as George IV of England). General Doyle’s war service included the Revolutionary War in America, Flanders, and Egypt. On 17 May 1801, while commanding the 12th Light Dragoons, he captured the French Dromedary Corps in the Libyan Desert. King George III wrote of him to the Earl Marshall as follows, "that his (Doyle’s) zeal and exertions in our service may be known to posterity". General Doyle served as Governor of Guernsey from 1802 to 1813. John was created a Baronet in 1805.
     More information about General John Doyle may be found at http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw64720/Sir-John-Doyle-Bt?LinkID=mp16706&role=sit&rNo=3.
     John died on 8 August 1834.
     John may have died on 8 August 1837 in Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.

Sir John Milley Doyle

(1781 - 9 August 1856)
     Sir John Milley Doyle was born in 1781. He was the second son of Rev. Nicholas Milley Doyle, rector of Newcastle, co. Tipperary and Anne, da. of M Bowers. m. 1 Oct. 1817, Mary, daughter of Maj. Bryan of co. Kilkenny, s.p. kntd. 28 July 1814; KCB 2 Jan. 1815. He was the son of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle and Anne Bowers.
Sir John Milley Doyle served in the military between 1794 and 1815. He was a commander of British and Portuguese forces in the Peninsular War and the War of the Two Brothers. Ensign 107th Foot 1794, Lieutenant 108th Foot 1794, Captain 81st Foot 1803, Captain 87th Foot 1804, Major EOPS 1809, Lieutenant-Colonel EOPS 1811, Half-pay 1820, Brevet Colonel 1825, Retired from the army 1825 with stationary rank. Served in Portuguese Service 1809-1814. Promoted Lieutenant Colonel 16th Infantry Regiment 1809, Lieutenant Colonel 19th Infantry Regiment 1809, Colonel 19th Infantry Regiment 1812.
Early Service: Ireland 1798, Aide De Camp Gibraltar 1799, Egypt 1801-1802, Aide De Camp and Inspector-General of Militia Guernsey 1805-1809.
Peninsular War: Commanded brigades of the Portuguese Army 1811-1814.
Other Service: Inspecting Field Officer of Militia Guernsey 1814-1815
The National Library of Ireland holds a Copy of Royal Licence to Lt. Col. John Milley Doyle to accept and wear the Insignia of Hon. Knight Commander of the Portuguese Order of the Tower and Sword, March 20, 1813, with note that the said Lt. Col. Doyle received the honor of British Knighthood, July 28, 1814.
Sir John Milley Doyle married Mary Bryan on 1 October 1817 in St George, Dublin. The marriage was dissolved in 1822.
     John resided at Knockbrack, Carlow, Ireland, 1831. On 12 May 1831 he thanked the independent electors for electing him as Member of Parliament for county Carlow.
The Mayo Constitution 3 December 1832 reported: Lieutenant Colonel Sir John Milley Doyle, C. B. and K.T.S. , MP for the county of Carlow, who lately went to Oporto, to render his assistance of the cause of the young Queen, is the son of the late Rev Nichols Milley Doyle, of Clonmel, and nephew to Lt General Sir John Doyle, Bart. Sir John Milley Doyle married the daughte ro Major George Bryan (the claimant of the Barony of Slane) of Jenkinstown, Castle, county Kilkenny, from who was divorced a few years since. There are at present rive titles in the Doyle family - viz. - Lt General Sir John Doyle, Bart; Colonel Sir Franics Hastings Doyle, Bart, Depity Chairman of the Board of Excise; Lt Colonerl Sir John Milley Dioyle, C B; Major General Sir Charles Doyle; and Sir Bentinck Cavendish Doyle, Capt., R.N..
He was appointed Serjeant-at-arms to Queen Victoria in 1853.
     John died on 9 August 1856. Major General in service of Dom Pedro of Portugal 1832-1834. Sergeant-at-Arms House of Parliament 1853-1856. MP 1831-1832. Knighted 1814. KCB 1815.
He died intestate in the lower ward, Windsor Castle, in August 1856 and was buried on the green, on the south side of St George’s Chapel
.
     More information about Sir John Milley Doyle may be found at http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1820-1832/member/doyle-sir-john-1781-1856.

Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle

(1749 - before 1792)
     Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle was born in 1749 in Bramblestown, Kilkenny, Ireland. He was the 5th son of Charles Doyle, esq of Bramblestown, Gowran, Kilkenny; nephew of Gen Sir John Doyle, Governor of Guernsey. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
     Nicholas was educated from from 11 Aug 1755 at the Quaker School, Ballitore, Kildare.
     Nicholas and Dunbar Doyle were educated from from 12 Jan 1757 at Kilkenny College. They were aged 12 & 8 on their entry on 12 Jan 1757. Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1770 in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He entered 1 Nov 1765 as a pensioner prepared by Dr Hewetson. Nicholas was a clergyman. He was Chaplain of Clonmel Independents in 1779, Prebend of Newchepel (Cashel) 1780-85, Prebendary of Fennor, Tipperary (Cashel) and Recgodr of Clonbeg (Emly) 1785-86 in 1779. He had two sons. Charles, and John-Milley (Sir), lieutenant col. in the army, late MP for the county of Carlow.
Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle married Anne Bowers. Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle was buried in 1786 in Newchapel, Tipperary?.
     Nicholas died before 1792 in Newcastle, Tipperary, Ireland.

Children of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle

Child of Rev Nicholas Milley Doyle and Anne Bowers

Welbore Ellis Doyle

(say 1730 - 1797)
     Welbore Ellis Doyle was born say 1730 in Kilkenny or Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley.
     He served as a Major-General in the Army.. Major General Welbore Doyle, Colonel of the 53rd Regiment in the British Army (The King’s Shropshire Light Infantry) served throughout the American War; in Flanders he led the 14th Regiment (The Prince of Wales’ Own West Yorkshire) at Famars; he also led the Stormers at Valenciennes; and he commanded the Expedition to the Isle d’Yeo. He also served as Commander-in-Chief and Acting-Governor of Ceylon.
     Welbore died in 1797 in Ceylon/Sri Lanka.

Child of Welbore Ellis Doyle

William Doyle

(say 1730 - )
     William Doyle was born say 1730 in Kilkenny or Kildare, Ireland. He was the son of Charles Doyle and Elizabeth Milley. William was a barrister & King's Counsel, and master in chancery, in Ireland He married twice, and had issue, Ireland.
William Doyle married Frances Vandeleur in June 1766 in Dubllin. Marriage - William Doyle, Esq. Barrister at law, eldest son to Charles Doyle, Esq. of Bramblestown, co. Kilkenny, to Miss Frances Vandeleur of this city was reported in Faulkner's Dublin journal, Tuesday 17 June 1766.

Very Rev Charles Doyne

(3 February 1711/12 - June 1777)
     Very Rev Charles Doyne was born on 3 February 1711/12. He was the son of Philip Doyne abd Frances South. He married, firstly, Anna Maria Bury on 2 July 1743. Charles was Rector of St Mary's. Carlow 1738-1777 Rev. Charles Doyne, D.D, Dean of Leighlin. His son Bury died at the Middle Temple, London in 1773 between 1738 and 1777.
Very Rev Charles Doyne married secondly Mary Milley on 7 March 1763. He had 3 children by his first marriage.
From the diary of Thomas Bunbury of Kill (1754 - 1774) at http://www.turtlebunbury.com/family/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh_thomaskilldiary.html
The Very Rev Charles Doyne (1711 1777), alter Dean of Leighlin, was the third son of Philip Doyne of Wells. He had three sons by his first wife, Anna Maria Bury, who died in 1762. On 7th March 1763, he married Wesley Harman’s widow, Mary, daughter of Rev. Nicholas Milley, DD.
July 24th 1764 – Returned home from Dublin where I purchased most of the Harman Estate in the County Carlow viz Moyle Demesne, 109 acres; Little Moyle, Jno Pain tenant, 100 acres; Part of Moyle, Wm Dillon tenant, 42 acres; Part of Moyle, Widow McEvoy tenant, 35 acres; Part of Do [Ditto?] Anth. Murray tenant 20 acres; Rathedon Court [sic] Stewart tenant; Labenesy [sic] Harry Brewster tenant; & Gormenagh [sic] James Dillon, which amounted to £11,200 the 4th part of which I deposited being £2800 & at said time purchased two leases [for] Estates in County Longford, Glasgloone [sic] & Trillickatemple £33.7.6 paid, & Clumkeen [sic] & Cordevon £37.18.6 paid. The Purchase money of the County Longford amounts to £2960; the 4th of which I did not deposit. ...
[16] This sale arose following the death of Wentworth Harman II (1757) and his eldest son, Wesley Harman (1758). Wentworth’s wife Lucy Mervyn was a daughter of Audley Mervyn of Trillick, another property that subsequently passed to Thomas Bunbury of Kill. There is the possibility of a family connection here. Between 1683 and his death in 1714, Wentworth Harman I of Newcastle, County Longford, and Moyle, Co Carlow, son of Sir Thomas Harman and Anne Jones, was married secondly to Frances Sheppard, daughter of a Colonel Sheppard. Thomas Bunbury of Kill’s grandmother Mary Bunbury was born Mary Sheppard.
[17] One such advertisement appeared in The Dublin Journal and read as follows: ‘To be speedily sold, the Town and Lands of Moyle, and several other Lands in the County of Carlow, the Town and Lands of Bawn, and several other Lands in the County of Longford, and the Black Bull Inn in the County of Meath, the Estates of the late Wesley Harman, Esq; deceased. For further Particulars enquire of the Rev. Charles Doyne, in Molesworth-street, John Kelly, Attorney, in Aungier-street, Dublin, David Gorman at Moyle, near Carlow, and Robert Jenkins at Trillick near Longford, to any of whom Proposals can be made.’.
     Charles died in June 1777 aged 65.

Robert Harry Doyne

(1899 - )
     Robert Harry Doyne was born in 1899. He was the son of Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam and Mary Diana Lascelles.

Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam

     Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam married Mary Diana Lascelles, daughter of Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl of Harewood and Diana Elizabeth Matilda Smythe, in 1898.

Child of Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam and Mary Diana Lascelles

Ann Drake

     Ann Drake married Francis Bowker before 1783.

Child of Ann Drake and Francis Bowker