Ruth Cecilia Affleck

(1901? - 1975)
     Ruth Cecilia Affleck was born in 1901?. She was the daughter of Rutherford Albert Affleck & Constance de little.
Ruth Cecilia Affleck married Harold Thornton Grimwade, son of Maj Gen Harold William Grimwade and Winifred Thornton, in 1926 in Victoria.
     Ruth died in 1975 in 'Urara', Lismore, Victoria.

Children of Ruth Cecilia Affleck and Harold Thornton Grimwade

Henry Welbore Agar Ellis Viscount Clifden, Baron Mendip

(22 January 1761 - 13 July 1836)
     Henry Welbore Agar Ellis Viscount Clifden, Baron Mendip was born on 22 January 1761. He was the son of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin.
     Henry died on 13 July 1836 aged 75. Viscount Clifden and Baron Mendip. He married 19 March 1792 to Caroline Spencer, eldest daughter of George, 3rd Duke fo Marlborough and had issue. See Moran and Burkes etc. for details.

Mary Agar or Lincoln

(say 1720 - before 11 January 1746/47)
     Mary Agar or Lincoln was born say 1720.
Mary Agar or Lincoln married John Cocksedge before 1746 in Suffolk. John Cocksedge, widower of Bardwell married Mary Agar in 1744 at Stanton, Mary Linclon in 1747 at Barnham and Ann Jagwood in 1752 at Honnington, both of Bardwell.
     Mary died before 11 January 1746/47 in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was buried on 11 January 1746/47 in Bardwell. Mary, wife of John Cocksedge.

Children of Mary Agar or Lincoln and John Cocksedge

Charles Agar

(say 1650 - )
     Charles Agar married Ellis Blanchville. Charles Agar was born say 1650.

Children of Charles Agar and Ellis Blanchville

Rev Charles Agar

     Rev Charles Agar was the son of James Agar (of Ringwood) and Rebecca Castledurrow.

Charles Bagenal Agar

(13 August 1769 - 16 June 1811)
     Charles Bagenal Agar was born on 13 August 1769 in Gowran, Kilkenny, Ireland. He was the son of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin.
     Charles died on 16 June 1811 aged 41. He was a barrister by profession, being a member of Lincoln's Inn.

Charles Agar Earl of Normanton

(22 December 1736 - 14 July 1809)
     Charles Agar Earl of Normanton was born on 22 December 1736 in Ireland. He was the third son according to his father Henry Agar MP's will on 1748, and younger brother of James, 1st Viscount Clifden. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis. Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Ann Ellis, James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Welbore Ellis Agar were beneficiaries in Henry Agar's will proved 29 November 1746 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
     Charles matriculated at Oxford University on 31 May 1755. He was educated at Westminster School. Charles was a Doctor of Divinity. He was made Dean of Kilmore, then Bishop of Cloyne between 1768 and 1779.
Charles Agar Earl of Normanton married Jane Benson on 22 November 1776. Married by special licence on Friday 22nd ult, the Rt Rev the Lord Bishop of Cloyne to Miss Benson. Charles was Archbishop of Cashel after 19 August 1779. His papers are held at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. Charles was created Baron Somerton 1795, and Viscount Somerton and Earl of Normanton 1806 (Peerage of Ireland). He was elected one of the original 28 Representative Peers in 1800. Charles was Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland after 7 December 1801.
     Charles died on 14 July 1809 aged 72. He was buried on 21 July 1809 in the North Cross, Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England. The Most Reverend Charles Agar, Archbishop of Dublin, Primate of Ireland, Earl of Normanton, Viscount and Baron Somerton; died the 14th, aged 72.

Child of Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Jane Benson

Charles Herbert Agar

(1872 - )
     Charles Herbert Agar was born in 1872. He was the son of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar.

Constance Diana Agar (Sutton)

(1874 - )
     Constance Diana Agar (Sutton) was born in 1874. She was the daughter of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar.

Diana Agar

(say 1738? - )
     Diana Agar was born say 1738? In Ireland. She was the daughter of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis.

Edward John Sidney Christian Welbore Ellis Agar

(29 March 1910 - )
     Edward was Viscount Somerton. He was born on 29 March 1910 in Hampshire, England. He was the son of Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton.

Hon Francis William Arthur Agar

(1873 - )
     Hon Francis William Arthur Agar was born in 1873 in England. He was the son of James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton.
     He served as a Lieutenant in the Army.

George Agar (Lord Callan)

(1754 - 29 October 1815)
     George Agar (Lord Callan) was born in 1754. He was the son of James Agar (of Ringwood) and Rebecca Castledurrow.
     George was educated from between 1767 and 1769 at Eton College, Buckinghamshire?.
     George died on 29 October 1815. He left 16 illegitimate children.

Henry Agar

(say 1700 - 18 November 1746)
     Henry Agar was born say 1700 in Ireland. He was the son of James Agar and Mary Wemyss.      
Henry Agar was MP from 1727 to 1746 for Gowran, Kilkenny, Ireland. He was also Sovereign of Thomastown in 1743. Malcomson's book states: The Agars of Gowran owned c.20,000 statute acres in Co. Kilkenny, and in controlling the two Kilkenny corporate boroughs of Gowran and Thomastown, were a political dynasty of note. They controlled a minimum of four seats in the Irish House of Commons, plus a fifth when an Agar was elected member for the county of Kilkenny.
Henry Agar married Ann Ellis on 29 May 1733 in Ireland.
     Henry Agar made a will dated 26 September 1743 in Gowran, Kilkenny. Abstract of will dated 26 Sep 1743: Henry Agar, of Gowran, co. Kilkenny, his wife Anne Agar exec. guardian to his sons. His eldest son James Agar (married), his second son Welbore Ellis Agar, 3rd son Charles Agar. Lands held from the Rector 7 Vicar of Gowran. Leasehold lands adjoinig testator's deerpart, adn leased held from John Bayley of Gowran, Esq. His este of Gowran. Lands of Lowgrange, Barony of Gowran, c. Kilkenny. Lands of Drakeland within the liberties of city of Kilkenntym, part of lands and houses in possession of the testator's sister Ellice Lady mayo. Nisnewhinshion, co. Kilkenny. Ballynebouly, Barony Gowran, co. Kilkenny. Witness: Frances Allen & Ann Bushe widows, Joyce Forster of Dublin, spinster. Memorial witnessed by Ann Bushe, Charles doyle, Clonconey, c. Carlow, Esq.
     Henry died on 18 November 1746 in Ireland.
     His will was proved on 29 November 1746 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis

Henry Agar

(circa 1736? - before 1743)
      See A P W Malcomson's book: Archbrishop Charle Agar: churchmanship and poliitics in Ireland a1760-1810 (Four Courts Press, 2002). Henry Agar was born circa 1736? In Ireland. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis.
     Henry died before 1743. He was not mentioned in his father's will of 1743, but he is mentioned as Rev Henry Agar (but not included in the limitation of the patent) having left a son Henry Agar-Ellis, married in Bombay with issue.

Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar

(1823 - 1901)
     Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar was born in 1823. He was the son of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton. Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar bore arms: azure a lion rampant or, with due difference. Hon. Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar (f. Welbore, 2nd Earl of Normanton), of Stanton House, Wilts.
     Herbert died in 1901.

Children of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar

James Agar

(circa 1671 - 1733)
     James Agar was born circa 1671 in Ireland. He was aged 14 on the register of Kilkenny College in 1684-5. He was the son of Charles Agar and Ellis Blanchville.
James Agar married Mary Wemyss.
He was High Sheriff for Co. Kilkenny in 1702 & 1703. He entered parliament in 1703 as MP for Old Leighlin, which he represented until 1713....
     His will was proved in 1733 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
     James died in 1733 in Ireland.

Children of James Agar and Mary Wemyss

James Agar (of Ringwood)

(circa 1702? - 1769)
     James Agar (of Ringwood) married Rebecca Castledurrow. James Agar (of Ringwood) was born circa 1702?. He was the son of James Agar and Mary Wemyss.
     James died in 1769.

Children of James Agar (of Ringwood) and Rebecca Castledurrow

James Agar (Viscount Clifden)

(1734 - 13 January 1789)
     James Agar (Viscount Clifden) was born in 1734 in Ireland. He was the eldest son and married by his father's will in 1743!. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis. James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Ann Ellis, Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Welbore Ellis Agar were beneficiaries in Henry Agar's will proved 29 November 1746 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.      
James Agar (Viscount Clifden) was MP for Gowran 1753-60 and again in 1776. In 1761 he was elected MP for co. Kilkenny.. He was an executor of Wesley Harman's estate on 20 April 1758.
Lucy Martin married secondly James Agar (Viscount Clifden) in 1760 in Ireland. She was the widow of Hon. Henry Boyle-Walsingham. James He became Viscount Clifden after being created Baron Clifden, of Gowran in the County of Kilkenny, in 1776, also in the Peerage of Ireland on 12 January 1781.
C.17 February 1783: Lord Clifden to Agar, Cashel, about the forthcoming general election. ... Wandesford is not to be come at, I believe [as a supporter of Lord Clifden's eldest son, Henry Welbore Agar, in Co. Kilkenny]. I heartily thank you for your reception of P[onsonb]y [or, alternatively, R - y?]. ... As to the persons I mean to bring into p[arliament], I have decided as follows, [?premising] that it is not easy to find people so circumstanced as to fortune and situation as to be willing to reside in Dublin and attend p[arliament] for other people's views or pursuits, G[eorge]Dunbar[his step-father], G. Roth[e] and P. Walsh; one seat is to be kept open for Harry [Agar, his eldest son], and in case of his success, of which there is no more doubt than what attends all popular elections, then you and I can consider who will be best to bring in. I very much like the idea of Curren [sic], but more of this when we meet. The above three I am sure will do as we choose, without murmuring. Shepherd should be spoke to to request his father to be attentive about Waterford, as G[odfrey] G[reene]'s great attack is to be there. He is decidedly against us and declares his opposition is to my son alone, on account of his brother's disappointment through you. ...

A thousand thanks to my sister [Mrs Agar] for the trouble she has taken in writing to Lady C.R. I am sure it will do. We shall prove very kind to our antagonist with respect to votes here, for of about 80, he will not have the expense or trouble of bringing a coachfull in case the poll goes on.
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     James died on 13 January 1789.

Children of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin

James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton

(1818 - 1896)
     James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton was born in 1818. He was the son of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton.      
James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton was MP for Ireland.
     James died in 1896.

Children of James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton

John Ellis Agar

     John Ellis Agar was the son of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin.

Laura Mary O'Neill Agar

(1875 - )
     Laura Mary O'Neill Agar was born in 1875. She was the daughter of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar.

Peter Agar

(circa 1682 - )
     Peter Agar was born circa 1682 in Ireland. He was aged 12 on the Kilkenny College register in 1694. He was the son of Charles Agar and Ellis Blanchville.

seven daughters Agar

     Seven daughters Agar was born in Hampshire, England. See Debrett for full details. She was the daughter of Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton.

Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton

(9 April 1865 - )
     Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton was born on 9 April 1865 in England. He was the son of James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton.

Children of Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton

Welbore Ellis Agar

(1735 - October 1805)
     Welbore Ellis Agar was born in 1735 in Ireland. Second son according to his father's will 1743.. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis. Welbore Ellis Agar and Ann Ellis, James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Charles Agar Earl of Normanton were beneficiaries in Henry Agar's will proved 29 November 1746 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. [CR:]Welbore Ellis Agar was listed as a Freeman of the city of Fethard, Tipperary, in 1800.
     Welbore died in October 1805.

Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton

(1778 - 1868)
     Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton was born in 1778 in Ireland. He was the son of Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Jane Benson.
     Welbore died in 1868 in Ireland.

Children of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton

Mary Agas

(before 1715 - )
     Mary Agas was born before 1715 in Suffolk, England.
Mary Agas married John Cocksedge in 1744 in Stanton St John, Suffolk. He is stated to be of Cockfield, by the IGI submitter.

James Ager

     James Ager married Charlotte Cocksedge, daughter of Joseph Cocksedge and Susanna Unknown, on 16 September 1821 in Lt Livermere, Suffolk.

Alexander Agnew

( - 1680)
     Alexander Agnew married Sarah Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of Sir John Dunbar and Elizabeth Kennedy.
     Alexander died in 1680.