Monday, 17 December 2018

Carleton-L'Estrange of Market Hill

THE CARLETON-L'ESTRANGES OWNED 2,886 ACRES OF LAND IN COUNTY FERMANAGH

LANCELOT CARLETON, of Rossfad, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, married Mary, daughter of William Irvine, of Castle Irvine, and had issue,
Lancelot, grandfather of Sir Guy Carleton, 1ST BARON DORCHESTER;
CHRISTOPHER, of whom presently.
Mr Carleton was killed in the Civil War  in the service of CHARLES I.

His second son,

CHRISTOPHER CARLETON, of Market Hill, County Fermanagh, wedded Anne, daughter and heir of the Rev George Hamilton, Rector of Devenish, and had issue,
Alexander, dsp 1745;
GEORGE, of whose line we have to treat;
Lancelot (Rev), Chaplain of a Dragoon Regiment.
The second son,

GEORGE CARLETON JP (-1747), of Market Hill, High Sheriff of County Monaghan, espoused Catherine, daughter of John Creighton, of Aughlane, County Fermanagh, and had issue,
John, dsp;
Alexander, barrister;
CHRISTOPHER, of whom hereafter;
William, of Enniskillen;
George (Rev).
The third son,

CHRISTOPHER CARLETON JP, of Market Hill, married Henrietta Maria, daughter of Colonel Creighton, and died in 1779, having had a son, George, who died young, and three daughters, Henrietta, Vincentia, and

MISS MARY CARLETON, of Market Hill, who wedded, in 1765, HENRY PEISLEY L'ESTRANGE, of Moystown, King's County, and had issue; of whom the second son,

CHRISTOPHER L'ESTRANGE (1776-1843), assumed the surname of CARLETON at the decease of his mother, 1830, and became of Market Hill.

He espoused, in 1808, Jane, daughter of Colonel George Jackson, of Enniscoe, MP for County Mayo, 1801-2, and had issue,
Henry, died unmarried, 1839;
GEORGE L'ESTRANGE CARLETON, his heir;
CHRISTOPHER CARLETON L'ESTRANGE, of Market Hill;
William Jackson L'Estrange;
Guy James L'Estrange (Rev);
Mary; Janette; Elizabeth Henrietta; Alice; Louisa; Sidney Fanny; Sarah.
Major Carleton, High Sheriff of County Fermanagh, 1811, was succeeded by his eldest surviving son,

GEORGE L'ESTRANGE CARLETON (1811-81), of Market Hill, who died unmarried, and was succeeded by his brother,

CHRISTOPHER CARLETON-L'ESTRANGE JP, of Market Hill, who married, in 1852, Charlotte Annie, daughter of Arthur Brooke Cooper, of Cooper's Hill, County Sligo, and had issue,
CHRISTOPHER ARTHUR, his heir;
ARTHUR HENRY, succeeded his brother;
Edmund;
Henry George;
Janeta Frances; Elizabeth Mary; Charlotte Louisa; Alice Margaret.
Mr Carleton-L'Estrange died in 1889, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

CHRISTOPHER ARTHUR CARLETON-L'ESTRANGE JP (1856-1900), of Woodville, County Sligo, who wedded, in 1887, Annie, daughter of Roger Dodwell Robinson, and dsp 1900.

He was succeeded by his brother,

ARTHUR HENRY L'ESTRANGE (1866-1920), of Kevinsfort, County Sligo, who espoused, in 1900, Mabel, youngest daughter of M G Newton, of Earl's Court Square, London, and widow of Ronald John Neville, of New South Wales, Australia.

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