1 edition of testamentary records of the Butler families in Ireland found in the catalog.
testamentary records of the Butler families in Ireland
|Statement||edited by the Rev. Wallace Clare.|
|Contributions||Clare, Wallace, Rev., ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
Butler Family History | Find Genealogy Records & Family Crest Butler Genealogy & History. Butler has, more or less, four origins, though two are closely related. In England, a butler was a servant who handled the wine cellar, from the Norman butuiller. Boutilier, a cognate, was a French surname, anglicized to Butler. The destruction of records is a reference to the fire in the Public Records Office. The Public Record Office was the repository for the archives pertaining to the administration of the state, which included wills and testamentary records, the registers of the established Church, the Church of Ireland and the household returns for the census of Ireland.
Census Records 5, Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland under the Cromwellian Settlement, 17th Century Records 4, Poll Book for County Cavan Election of May an index to the freeholders voting at this election: Election Records 1, Early Origins of the Butler family. The surname Butler was first found in the ancient territory of Ormond (now parts of County Kilkenny, Wexford and north Tipperary). The first on record was Theobald FitzWalter, a distinguished Norman noble who accompanied Strongbow and was created the Chief Butler of Ireland in
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The testamentary records of the Butler families in Ireland (genealogical abstracts) Edited by the Rev. Wallace Clare by Clare, Wallace.
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[Wallace Clare]. One hundred and five copies only of "The Testamentary records of the Butler families in Ireland " have been printed. This copy is no. The Butler family was perhaps the most important and politically-influential family in Ireland during the early-modern period.
An Anglo-Norman family that held the title of Earl of Ormond since and the title of Earl of Ossory sinceduring the mid-seventeenth century James Butler () became the most pivotal political and.
Why are testamentary records held in the National Archives. The National Archives is responsible for the permanent preservation of records of state, including court records. Wills and other testamentary material, such as schedules of assets and grants of probate, are records created by the Probate Office.
The Probate Office forms part of the High Court, [ ]. Vol. 1: October Page: Editorial: 1: The Officers of Arms of Ireland: T. Blake Butler: 2: Some Notes on the High Sheriffs of Co. Longford. The Butler Family History. Theobold Fitzwalter arrived in Ireland with Prince John in and was granted overacres of land in Tipperary.
As Chief Butler to Prince John he was entitled to 10% of all wine cargoes and it is from this important role that his family took the name Butler. The family was established in Ireland by Theobald Walter (Gaultier), an Anglo-Norman of high rank, who received extensive grants of land from Henry II., together with the hereditary office of "Pincerna," Boteler, or Butler, in Ireland, to the Kings of England.
In this capacity he and his successors were to attend these monarchs at their. chiefs of the house of Butler bore the title “the Butler of Ireland” simpliciter (cf.
the Earls Marischal in Scotland) until Edmond, the 6th Butler, was given the name and honour of Earl of Carrick in His s. James was cr. Earl of Ormonde in 2. The Butler Society is a one-name society. The name Butler is an occupational name, but it used to have a slightly different meaning.
In large medieval households the Butler was the person in charge of the wine. Since many powerful nobles lived in fear of being poisoned, this was a position of considerable trust.
There are a number of different families called Butler, some of which can be. History of the Butlers, Earls of Ormond and Chief Butlers of Ireland- Ch:1 According to Art Kavanagh in his book “ Landed Gentry and Aristocracy of Kilkenny” [i], “The story of Kilkenny is inextricably linked to the history of the Butlers, a family that stamped its mark not alone on Kilkenny but on the entire south east of Ireland.
Over the years, many family histories have been published in The Irish of many of these articles are available in pdf format at a cost of GB£ (or equivalent) per individual article. The Butler Coat of Arms shown in the front of this volume is thc Arms of.
the Butlers, Earls and Dukes of Ormonde (created, ) and hereditary Chief. Butlers of Ireland, the i1lustrious and ancient family from whom nearly all. other Butlers are descended. Coats of Arms very similar to it are used by.
several branches of the Butler family. BUTLER FAMILY HISTORY The Butler Family,(de Butler in Gaelic and French), whose name comes from the French word "bouteleur" or "butler" is a noble family of Anglo-Norman origin, famous in the history of Ireland, where she was established in It is the only one comparable to the Geraldine, who was its neighbor and her worst Size: 70KB.
From this position, they were able to control the surrounding Gaelic kingdoms of Ormond, Éile, Ikerrin and part of Osraige. The last Butler quit the castle and Ireland permanently in Titles.
The family held the titles of Chief Butler of Ireland and Baron Butler. Prior to the creation of the Earldom of Ormond, the 1st earl's father had been created the first Earl of Carrick. Discover more about these records.
The Index of Irish Wills includes records held by the National Archives of Ireland (NAI) in Dublin. It also only includes records where there is a surviving document, like an original will, administration or grant of probate, a.
Ireland Probate Records. Probate records are court records relating to the distribution of a deceased person's estate. Generally they record the deceased's date of death; names, relationships, residences of heirs and guardians; and names of witnesses.
Introduction This is a general introduction to sources of information that are available in the National Archives for those who are beginning research into local and family history.
It aims to provide a description of these archives, but also information on possible sources of relevance in other repositories. As a general introduction, this list is [ ].
Laurence Butler- Ch. Genealogy- Possible Irish ancestors and descendants in Co. Wexford Laurence Butler's ancestral roots and Irish descendants The only information we have to determine Laurence Butler's ancestral roots is what has been found in his record of trial in County Wexford, Ireland, and convict records in Sydney.Origin.
The family descended from Theobald Walter (d), eldest son of Hervey Walter and Maud de Valoignes. During the reign of Henry II of England Theobald held the position of pincerna (Latin) or boteillier (Norman French), the ceremonial cup-bearer or butler to Prince John, Lord of also held the office of Chief Butler of England and was the High Sheriff of Lancashire during Country: Lordship of Ireland.I am a Butler and have been researching my family for a number of years due to the lack of records in Ireland it has been a very difficult process.
My Great Grandfather James Butler born states in the census he was born in Queens County having looked through every record over the last 30 years I cannot find his birth anywhere.