Dr Angela Garvey, Lord-Lieutenant of the County Borough of Londonderry, has been pleased to appoint:
Dr Lucinda WATT
Mrs Helen QUIGLEY
To be Deputy Lieutenants of the County Borough, her Commission bearing date the 8th day of February 2016.
Paul, ancestor of the EARLS OF ARRAN;The third son,
WILLIAM, of whom we treat;
George, ancestor of the BARONS ANNALY.
The 3rd Baron was the last Lord-Lieutenant of County Leitrim, from 1904 until 1922.
- John Ralph Ormsby-Gore, 1st Baron (1816–76);
- William Richard Ormsby-Gore, 2nd Baron (1819–1904);
- George Ralph Charles Ormsby-Gore, 3rd Baron (1855–1938);
- William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore, 4th Baron (1885–1964);
- (William) David Ormsby-Gore, 5th Baron (1918–85);
- Francis David Ormsby-Gore, 6th Baron (1954-2016).
- Jasset David Cody Ormsby-Gore (b 1986), 7th Baron.
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The family is said to have come originally from Flanders, where the name "Sigenod" meant "Victory-bold". Translations and modifications over time saw the name become "Synad". Various explanations of when and how the family travelled to Ireland have been documented, however all revolve around the Norman Invasion of Ireland.
It is believed that a Richard de Synad was one of the Flemish that crossed to Ireland with Strongbow in the invasion force. After various campaigns from Waterford to Wexford and on to Dublin, he returned to the Wexford region to settle down. He later built a castle at Ballybrennan, close to the present village of Killinick, on the main Wexford-Rosslare road.
This was the family's chief castle, which remained until dispossessed in the Cromwellian confiscations. The castle is long gone, but part of its walls is incorporated into the present large dwelling house at the site.
Mark, of Drumcondra;
WALTER (Sir), of whom presently;
Mary, m W Smyth, of Drumcree.
By the time of his death, he and his son Marcus had made considerable improvements to the estate and many of the beautiful trees, buildings and structural improvements date from this time. The demesne was noted as being very ornate. He was knighted by Lord Buckingham, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, high sheriff of Armagh, 1783.
MARCUS, his heir;
MARCUS, his heir;MARK SETON, of Ballymoyer, heir to his brother;Parker George;William Forbes;Mary Marcia; Maria Eliza; Agnes Jane;Barbara Cecilia; Juliana Hewitt.
MARK SETON, late of Ballymoyer;
MARY SUSANNA, of Ballymoyer;
Rosalie Jane; Eva Charlotte;
Charlotte Augusta; Ada Maria;
ARTHUR HENRY SETON, of whom presently;
RONALD VICTOR OKES, of whom hereafter;
Horatia Annette Blanche.
possessed land in the county of Dorset, namely Corfe, in the parish of West Milton, Pomice, Hurlands, Colmer's Estate, Camesworth, Greening's Orchard, and Furzelease House, in Netherbury.He was buried in 1746 at Netherbury, leaving by Ann, his wife, with other issue who died young, a son,
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