Chamberlayne (No. 1.) family genealogy

Of Kilrisk and Kilmacree, County Dublin

Arms: Gu. a chev. engr. or, betw. three escallops ar.

We can trace this family back to Richard Chamberlen (modernized Chamberlayne and Chamberlain), living in 1366, and who married Agnes, daughter of Adam de Lottestock, one of the High Bailiffs of Dublin: a title in use before sheriffs were appointed.

In existing deeds in the hands of his representative, Mr. O’Gorman, we afterwards meet with—

William, living in A.D. 1418

John, living in A.D. 1447

In this Deed is an early mention of St. Stephen’s-green.

William, living in A.D. 1480

Several Deeds belonging to this William, exist belonging to Kilrisk (A.D. 1306) and Kilmacry (1352); in one of which we meet as a witness the celebrated John le Decir, and in another, William de Wellysley.

Walter married to Mesdna Tynbegh, and living in A.D. 1519

Marcus, mar. to Margaret Dease; died in A.D. 1603

Probate signed by Adam Loftus, Archbishop of Dublin.

Richard, m. to Rose —, and living in A.D. 1637

Robert, m. to Margaret Russell, and living in A.D. 1664

Thomas, living in 1688, was m. to — Carberry of Ballyleas, county Dublin.

Commencing with this Thomas, the following is the descent:

1. Thomas, living in 1688, was m. to — Carbery; had three children: 1. George; 2. Paul, who d. in London, s.p. male; 3. Mary.

This George, who died s.p. about 1736, was eldest lieutenant in King James’s Royal Regiment of Guards (commission still extant); and the only Officer in it who did not declare for France.

2. Mary: dau. of Thomas; m. her first cousin Nicholas Carbery of Ballyleas, county Dublin.

3. James Carbery, who m. —, and had two sons and three daughters. The sons sold the old family place of Ballyleas and emigrated to America.

4. Alice Carbery: eldest dau. of James; married Thomas Gorman, of Queen-street, Dublin. He is mentioned in Whitelaw’s History of Dublin, as the Architect of St. Michan’s Roman Catholic Church North Anne-street, Dublin; died in 1836.

5. Thomas Gorman, of Bolton-street, Dublin, in 1816: their son; m. Catherine Aungier, niece of the celebrated John Keogh, of Mount Jerome, Harold’s Cross, co. Dublin.

6. Thomas O’Gorman, of Rathgorman, Sandymount, Dublin; and a retired Officer of the Civil Service, living in 1887: son of Thomas; m. Annabella Hanley, of the old Slieve Bawn of Roscommon family.

7. Chamberlayne O’Gorman: their son; living in 1887; married Dora, dau. of the late Capt. MacKintosh, 47th Regiment, and has issue.