'DZmisc02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Dring of Cork, Dring of Rockgrove, Dolphin of Goulbully, Dolphin of Loughrea, Dolphin of Turoe, Delaune of Sharsted, Dart (alias Wallis) in Devon

Simon Dring, Sheriff then Mayor of Cork (d before 27.10.1721)
m. (1684) Temperance Morris (dau of William Morris of Castle Selem, widow of _ Fennell)
1. Robert Dring, Sheriff of Cork (a 1773?)
  m. (1718) Jane Lapp (dau of John Lapp of Bandon)
A. Simon Dring of Rockgrove (formerly Ballyhenig), co Cork
  m. (07.1746) Mary Lombard (dau of James Lombard of Lomabrdstown by Mary Uniacke)
  i. Robert Dring (Rev.)
  m. (c1750) Eleanor Uniacke or Fitzgerald (dau of Robert Uniacke-Fitzgerald of Corkbeg)
  a. Robert Dring (dsp)
  b. Frances Dorothea Dring
  m. (1803) Adam Newman of Dromore (d 06.08.1859)
c. Mary Dring
  m. (1807) Joseph Jervois (d 1856, rector of Ardagh)
  d. Clotilda Elizabeth Dring (d 09.08.1832)
  m. (02.09.1806) Savage French of Cuskinny (d 28.11.1834)
  e. Eleanor or Helen Dring
m. Thomas O'Grady (brother of 1st Viscount Guillamore)
  ii. Simon Dring of Rockgrove (d 23.04.1811)
  m. (06.07.1786) Mary Uniacke (d 02.11.1820, dau of Norman Uniacke of Castletown)
  a. Simon Dring of Rockgrove, Sheriff of co Cork (d 13.12.1833) had issue
  m1. Anne Courtenay (dsp, dau of Robert Courtenay of Ballyedmond)
  m2. (27.11.1813) Clementina Harding (dau of Robert Harding of Cork)
  b. Catherine Dring (d 21.06.1827)
  m. (1814) Francis Savage of Ballymadun
  c. Alicia Elizabeth Dring
  m. James Uniacke of Glen (Major)
  iii. Elizabeth Dring
  m. James Uniacke of Castletowm (d 1835)
  iv. Mary Anne Dring (dsp)
  m. Norman Uniacke (son of Norman of Castletown)



BLG1886 reports that "This is one of the original Anglo-Norman families in Ireland; and it appears that the Dolphins have continued to reside in the immediate vicinity of their present seat, Turoe, for nearly six hundred years."
Hubert Dolphin of Goulbully (a 1691)
m1. Sarah M. Burke of Derryhale
1. John Dolphin of Goulbully & Turoe, co Galway
  m. Mary Geohegan
  A. Hubert Dolphin
m. Helen (dau of Martin of Raheen "of the Tullyra family")
  i. John Dolphin of Turoe
  m. Eleanor Burke (dau of John Burke of St. Clerans)
  a. Margaret Dolphin
  m. (1790) John Browne of Moyne
  (1) Michael J. Browne of Moyne
  (2) Anne Browne
(3) Maria Browne
  m. (1809) Charles Austin ffrench, 3rd Lord
  b. Celia Dolphin
  m. John McDonnell of Carnacon
  (1) Joseph McDonnell
  (2) (Eleanor) McDonnell
  m. (1822) (John) Chevers of Killyan
  (3) (Cecilia) McDonnell
  m. (1824) (Roderic) O'Conor of Miltown
  c. Eleanor Dolphin
  m. Thomas Reddington of Ryehill
  (1) daughter
  m. _ Roche of Ryehill
  (2) daughter
  m. _ Bodkin of Annagh
  (3) daughter (nun)
  (4) daughter
  m. _ Balfe of South Park
  d. Sally Dolphin
  m. Michael Balfe of South Park
  (1) daughter
m. J.J. Murphy (Master in Chancery)
  e. Elizabeth Dolphin
  m. Edmund Balfe of Marlborough Street
  f.+ other issue - Jane (nun), Anne (nun)
  ii. Oliver Dolphin of Loughrea (d 1805)
  m. (1770) Margaret Helen Collin (dau of Lewis Collin of Dublin)
  a. Hubert Thomas Dolphin of Turoe (d 1829) had issue
  m. (1804) Mary Grehan (dau of Peter Grehan of Dublin by Mary, dau of Stephen Roche of Limerick & Granagh Castle)
  b. Anthony Dolphin (d unm)
  c. Paul Dolphin of Loughrea
  m. _ Burke of Spring Gardens
  d. Henry Dolphin of Loughrea had issue
  m1. _ Blake (dau of Pierce Blake of Holly Park)
  m2. (sp?) _ Skerrett ("of the Ballinduff family")
  iii. Henry Dolphin (d unm)
  iv. Thomas Dolphin ("in the Spanish service")
  m. "a Mexican lady"
  v. Margaret Dolphin
  m. Dominick Burke of Killymor
  B.+ other issue
2.+ other issue
m2. _ Deane
3.+ other issue



The following family was 'descended from Huguenot refugees'.
William de Laune (Dr)
m. Katherine Loges or Desloges
1. Gideon Delaune of London
  m. Judith Chamberlain (dau of Henry Chamberlain of London)
  A. Abraham Delaune of London then Sharsted, Kent (a 1612)
m. Anne Sonds (dau of Sir Richard Sonds of Throwley)
  i. Sir William Delaune of Sharsted (b c1629, d 1667)
  m1. Anne Haward (dau/heir of Thomas Haward or Heyward of Gillingham)
  a. Anne Delaine
  m2. Dorcas Barkham (d 1720, dau of Sir Robert Barkham of Totternham High Cross, m2. Sir Edward Dering)
  b. Sir William Delaune of Sharsted (b by 1667, dsp 1739, MP)
  m. (08.12.1721) Anne Harding (widow of Arthur Swift)
  c. Mary Delaune (d 1744)
  m. Edward Thornicroft of Westminster (Colonel)
  Sharsted passed to one of their sons then a son-in-law then to that son-in-law's great-nephew, a member of the Faunce family who assumed the name Fauce-Delaune.
  ii. Anne Delaune probably the Anne who married ...
  m. Henry Peck
  iii+. other issue - George, Judeth
  B. Anne Delaune
  m. Richard Springnell of Highgate
2. Paul Delaine of London (d before 06.06.1657)
  m. Sarah Argent of London
  A. Benjamin Delaune of Lodon (a 1665)
  m. Margaret Cony (dau of George Cony of London)
  i.+ issue - William (b 14.04.1659, d 23.05.1728, professor), Benjamin
  B. Elizabeth Delaune
  m. Thomas Lambe
  C. Anne Delaune
  m. Thomas Barret
3.+ other issue - Isaac, Peter



John Wallis alias Darte of Barstable, Devon
m. Joane Courtney (dau of Robert Courtney of Molland)
1. Lewes Wallis alias Darte of Mevagissy, Devon (bur 12.04.1632)
  m. Elizabeth Roscarrock (dau of Thomas Roscarrock of Roscarrock)
  A. Charles Dart (bpt 19.05.1590, of the Inner Temple, 2nd son)
  i. Anne Dart (dsp)
  B. Jane Dart or Wallis (bpt 18.12.1591)
  m. (22.11.1618) John Tremayne of Tregonowe
  C.+ other issue (a 1620) - John (b c1588), Philip (a 1651), Lewes (bpt 10.12.1597, a 1651)
2. Grace Wallis or Darte (bur 04.08.1575)
  m1. _ Popham
  m2. (06.02.1563-4) Paul Worthe of Barstable

Main source(s):
(1) For Dring (uploaded 04.03.13) : BIFR1976 (Dring)
(2) For Dolphin (uploaded 03.04.13) : BLG1886 (Dolphin of Turoe), BLGI1912 (Dolphin of Turoe)
(3) For Delaune (uploaded 09.11.13, reviewed & expanded 17.04.20) : BHO ('The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent', vol 6, 'Parishes: Doddington'), 'Pedigrees of the Knights' (George Marshall (1873), 'Sir William Delaune'), Visitation (London, 1633-5, 'Delawne'), Visitation (London, 1664, 'De Laune')
(4) For Dart (uploaded 11.01.14) : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1887), Cornwall, 1530+1573+1620+additions, 'Dart of Petuan', p136)
[Information on Danvers of Dauntsey/Dantsey was moved to Danvers1 on 05.08.04 when that page was expanded. Information on the Lords Damaury was moved on 30.12.08 to Damer1. The section on Dawes of Putney has been absorbed into Dawes1. The section on Davison of Blakeston & Davison-Bland of Kippax Park was moved on 04.03.13 to Davison1.]
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