Of Kilballyowen, County Wicklow

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

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THOMAS KAVANAGH, of Kilballyowen, m. Mary, only dau. and heiress of Charles Dumble, an Englishman, who, under the Act of Settlement, became possessed of that property.

2. Matthew, of Kilballyowen: son of said Thomas; m. and had 1. Darby, of whom presently: 2. Winefrid.[1]

3. Darby, of Kilballyowen: son of Matthew; m. and had:

I. The Rev. James Kavanagh: D.D., and P.P., of Kildare; died 1887.

II. Mathew, who m. Anne Loghlin, and (in 1883) had two daughters—1. Mary, 2. Jane.

III. Thomas.

4. Thomas Kavanagh, of Kilballyowen; third son of Darby; married —— Byrne, and, in 1887, had a family of sons and daughters.

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[1] Winefrid: This Winefrid m. Darby Whelan, of Ballymanus, and had one son and three daughters. The son William (d. circa 1876), m. a dau. of Lawrence Byrne of Redna, county Wicklow, and had three sons and four daughters, all living in 1883, save one daughter, who died in that year; the sons were—1. William, 2. Darby, 3. Lawrence. And the three daughters of the said Darby Whelan were: 1. Margaret, who m. John Redmond, and had issue; 2. Julia (died 1886) who m. Kavanagh, and had issue; 3. Catherine (d. 1886), who m. William Byrne (d. 1881) of Ringsend, Dublin, but formerly of Redna, as above, and had: 1. Mary, who married Nicholas Warren of Ringsend, Dublin, both living in 1887, and having issue; 2. Patrick, born 1871, and living in Ringsend in 1887.