By the latter he had a son, John, who was settled at Cartrons, County Westmeath, in the neighbourhood of his father, and a daughter, Mary; and by the former he was father of a son and heir,
EDMOND, his heir;
ANTHONY, ancestor of BARON SUNDERLIN.
ANTHONY MALONE, of Baronston, married, in 1673, Mary, daughter of John Reilly, of Lismore, County Cavan, and granddaughter of the Earl of Roscommon; and was father of
RICHARD MALONE (1674-), of Baronston, the celebrated lawyer and orator, who wedded, in 1698, Marcella, daughter of Richard Molady, by Mary his wife, daughter of John Malone, of Cartrons, and had issue,
ANTHONY (Rt Hon), MP;
Edmond, MP; father of RICHARD, 1st BARON SUNDERLIN;
Anne Jane Frances; Mary; Margaret; Marcella.
EDMOND MALONE, of Ballynahown, wedded, in 1674, Anne, daughter of Henry L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's County, and had (with a daughter) three sons,
RICHARD, of Ballynahown;
Edmond, MP for Ardfert; dsp 1759;
HENRY, his heir;
EDMOND, of whom presently;
Edmond, died unmarried, 1836;
JOHN RICHARD, of whom hereafter;
JOHN RICHARD, his successor;
JOHN RICHARD MORDRED HENRY L'ESTRANGE;
Roderick O'Connor Vivian Henry Vere;
Victor Mildred Charles.
Henry Anthony Percy;
Richard Maurice Fitzgerald;
Barbara Grace Maria Patricia.
The centre block had a seven-bay front with a pedimented breakfront; a three-bay projecting porch; wings of five bays.
Having suffered a series of fires, the centre block was replaced, in 1903, by a large, gabled, Edwardian villa, with the sweeps and wings remaining on either side.
Sunderlin arms courtesy of European Heraldry. First published in January, 2012.