MACCARTHY

From Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation by John O'Hart

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IN Note at foot of page 126, ante, read as follows:

128. Charles: son of Charles; born 1778, d. circa 1846; married Miss Turner, of Rosanna, Tipperary; was a Lieutenant in Tipperary Militia, and a Civil Engineer; had issue: 1. Charles Ffennell; 2. Solomon (lost at sea, unm.); 1. Sarah (see below), and several other daughters.

129. Rev. Charles-Ffennell MacCarthy, his son, D.D.: Rector of St. Werburgh's, Dublin; born 1818; m. Miss Sophia Reardon, and had issue: 1. Charles; 2. William; and four daughters; he died 1877, and was buried in the crypt of Werburgh's church.

130. Charles: his son; an M.D.; resident at Hong-Kong: married and has issue.

Sarah, daughter of Charles (No. 128 supra), married in 1848 Joseph Tenison-Collins (eldest surviving son of John Collins, Esq., of Dominick-street, Dublin, by Ellen, daughter of Rev. Joseph Tenison, of Wicklow, great-grandson of Right Rev. Dr. Edward Tenison, Bishop of Ossory, who was son of William, elder brother of His Grace Dr. Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury (1636-1715), and great-grandson of Rev. Philip Tenison, Archdeacon of Norwich(1586-1660); she d. 1854, leaving issue two sons and one daughter:

I. Charles MacCarthy Collins, b. 1850; called to the Irish Bar, 1879; to the English Bar (Middle Temple) 1884; to the Queensland Bar, 1883; a Member of the Royal Irish Academy; a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers; J.P. for the Colony of Queensland; author of "History, Law, and Practice of Banking," "Celtic Irish Songs and Song Writers," and other works. He married in 1879 Elizabeth-Isabel, dau. of Wm. Crompton-Ashlin, Esq., of Cloughton, Birkenhead, and has issue: 1. Julian Tenison, b. 1885; 1. Eva-Mabel, b. 1880. Resident in Brisbane, Queensland; living in 1887.

II. Alfred Tenison Collins, born 1852; Secretary of Hibernian Bank, Dublin (1887); married and has issue:

I. Mary MacCarthy Collins, unm.

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