Brabazon family genealogy

Arms: Gu. on a bend or (another, ar.) three mullets az. (or sa.).[1]

Anthony Brabazon m. Ursula, dau. of Sir Nicholas Malby, of Roscommon, Knt., and had:

2. Malby, of Ballinasloe, co. Roscommon, Esq., who d. 20th May, 1637, and was bur. in Roscommon. He m. Sarah, daughter of Thomas Burke, of Tulahery, co. Galway, and had one son and three daughters: 1. Anthony, who married; 2. Ursula, who m. Bernard Talbot, of Rathdown, co. Wicklow, gent.; 3. Sarah; 4. Dorothy.

3. Anthony Brabazon: son of Malby: married.


[1] Brabazon: Sir William Brabazon was during some eighteen years Vice-Treasurer and Receiver-General in Ireland. In 1543 he acted as Commissioner for receiving surrender of the Abbeys closed by Henry VIII., and as receiver of the official seals when Henry altered his title from “Lord” to “King” of Ireland. In 1549 he compelled the surrender of Charles MacArt Kavenagh, and caused him to renounce the name of “MacMurrough.” He died on the 9th July, 1552, at Carrickfergus, and was buried in St. Catherine’s Church, Dublin. The Earls of Meath are descended from him.