'Hurly1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hurly (Hurley) of Knocklong, Hurly of Tralee

Cross-references to the following family often spell the family name with an e (Hurley). We keep to 'Hurly' as that is the spelling used by our Main Sources.
Maurice Hurly of Knocklong, co Limerick (d 03.06.1637)
m(1). Grania O'Hogan (dau of Ogan O'Hogan of Ardcrony)
1. Sir Thomas Hurly of Knocklong, Sheriff of co Limerick, 1st Bart (d before 1653)
  (m1. (??) Joanna Brown (dau of John Browne of Camus)
m(2). (before 06.1637) Lettice Shee (b c1597, a 1653, dau of Lucas Shee of Kilkenny by Ellen, dau of Edmund Butler, 2nd Viscount Mountgarret)
  A. Sir Maurice Hurly of Knocklong then Kilduff (co Limerick) then Doone (co Galway), 2nd Bart (d 1683-4)
  m. Margaret O'Dwyer
  i. Sir William Hurly. 3rd Bart (d 1691)
  William was attainted and his estate & Baronetcy were forfeited for his support of the Jacobites.
  m. Mary Blount (dau of Col. _ Blount (by dau of Walter Bourke of Devil's Bit), m2. Brian O'Bryan)
a. John Hurly, '4th bart' (a 1714)
  (1) John Hurly, '5th bart'
  B. Catharine Hurly probably of this generation
  m. Pierce Butler, 5th Lord of Dunboyne (d 03.05.1690)
2. John Hurly of co. Limerick probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  A. Grace Hurly or Hurley
  m. John Purdon of Tullagh
3. Onora Hurly (dsp) probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m. Maurice FitzGibbon of Ballynahinch
4. Katherine Hurly probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m1. David Barry of Rathanisky & Robertstown Castle (b 1583, d 04.12.1627)
  m2. Mortagh O'Brien of Annagh
BLGI1912 identifies the undermentioned Dennis as "a descendant of the brother of Sir Thomas Hurly .. baronet, or of Maurice Hurly, his father".
2. ?? Hurly
  A. ?? Hurly
  Uncertain on the number of intervening generations
  i. ?? Hurly
  a. Dennis Hurly of Knocklong 'of Tralee'
m. (1701) Anne Blennerhassett (dau of Robert Blennerhassett (son of John of Ballyseedy) by Avice, dau/coheir of Edmund Conway of Castle Conway)
  (1) Thomas Hurly 'of Knocklong'
  m. Alice Blennerhassett (dau of Thomas Blennerhassett (by Jane Darby), cousin)
  (A) Anne Hurly (d unm)
  (B) Alice Hurly
  m. Arthur Browne of Ventry, co Kerry
  (i) Letitia Browne
  m. Thomas Hurly @@ below
  (ii) Alicia Browne (d 04.10.1826) probably of this generation
  m. (22.04.1785) Henry Sandes of Glenfield
  (C) Jane Hurly
  m. John Mason of Ballydowney
  (2) Charles Hurly
m1/2. Alice Fitzgerald (dau/heir of Edmond Fitzgerald of Murriregan)
  (A) Thomas Hurly
  m. Letitia Browne (dau of Arthur Browne by Alice Hurly) @@ above
  (i) Charles Hurly (d young)
  (B) John Hurly 'of Tralee' of Kerry (d 26.11.1829)
  m. (18.05.1784) Mary Conway (d 15.07.1825, dau/heir of Edmond Conway by Christian Rice)
  (i) Robert Conway Hurly (d unm, rector of Killiney, Vicar General for Ardfert & Aghadoe)
  (ii) John Hurly of Bridge House & Glenduffe House, Tralee, co Kerry (d 19.06.1854) had issue
  m. (19.05.1814) Anna Maria Theresa Hill (dau of Col. Hugh Hill of Mount Hill by Elizabeth, dau of Richard Kirwan of Cregg Castle)
  (iii) Letitia Hurly
  m. Rowland Blennerhassett (son of Sir Rowland, Bart)
  (iv) Alice Hurly
m. Alexander Elliott
  (v) Christian Hurly
  m. James Magill
  (vi) Mary Hurly
  m. Barry Collins
  (vii)+ other issue - Lucy (d unm), Arabella (d young)
  (C) daughter
  m. Thomas Langley
  It appears that Charles also married ...
  m2/1. Belinda Blennerhassett (dau of Robert Blennerhassett)
  (3)+ other issue - John (d young), William (d young), Alice, Avis, Sara

Main source(s): TCB (vol 2, Hurly of Knocklong), BLGI1912 (Hurly of Glenduffe)
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