O'DONELL (No.5)

Of Spain

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

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JOSEPH, the second son of Charles, of Oldcastle, in the county Mayo, who is No. 127 on the ("O'Donel") pedigree (No. 2), was the ancestor of O'Donell, of Spain.

127. Charles, of Oldcastle, near Swineford, county Mayo.

128. Joseph: his second son; a Lieutenant-General in the Spanish Service; b. in 1722. This Joseph had four sons—1. José, who was a General in the Spanish Service, a Captain-General of Castile, a K.G.C. St. Ferdinand, and died in 1836, s.p.m.; 2. Carlos, who was a Lieutenant-General, a K.G.C. St. Ferdinand, and died in 1830; 3. Alejandro, who was a Colonel in the Spanish Service, and died in 1837; 4. Henrique, Conde de Abisbal, a Lieutenant-General in the Spanish Service; Regent in 1812; died in 1833. This Henrique's only son Leopoldo, was a Captain in the Spanish Royal Guards, and was shot in 1833, s. p.; and the Alejandro here mentioned, who died in 1837, left a son named José, who was born in 1806, and died in 1882. This José had two sons—1. José (born in 1846), a Captain of Infantry; 2. Leopoldo (born in 1853), also a Captain of Infantry— both sons living in 1887.

129. Carlos: second son of Joseph; died in 1820; had two sons—1. Carlos, and 2. Leopoldo, who was Duke of Tetuan, and a field-marshal in the Spanish Service. This Leopoldo died in 1867, s.p.

130. Carlos (2): eldest son of Carlos; was a General of Cavalry; killed in 1835, aged 33 years.

131. Carlos (3): his son; second Duke of Tetuan; late Spanish Minister at Vienna; born in 1834, and living in 1887. This Carlos had then three sons—1. Carlos; 2. Juan, b. 1864; 3. Leopoldo, b. in 1874—all three living in 1887.

132. Carlos O'Donell, of Spain: son of Carlos, Duke of Tetuan, born 1863, and living in 1837.

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