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Catherine Talbot[1]

Female 1640 - 1710  (70 years)


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  • Name Catherine Talbot 
    Born 1640  Westmeath, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 20 Apr 1710 
    Person ID I47538  My Genealogy

    Father John Talbot,   b. Abt 1622, Malahide, Dublin, Ire. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Mother Catherine Plunkett,   b. Abt 1626, Fingall, Dublin, Ire Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 29 Mar 1637 
    Family ID F20445  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Simon Hadley,   b. 1640, King's County, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2013 
    Family ID F20446  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Information from Jeanne Hull (E Mail: jeahul@infinitytx.net)
      14th August 2000
      I have found a Catherine Plunkett, d/o Lucas Plunkett and SusannahBrabazon (sic) ?? b. ca 1590 in Dublin, Dublin, Ire. Wife of John Talbot,b. 1622, Malahide, Dublin, Ire. Married 29 Mar 1637. She is mother of myCatherine Talbot, wife of Simon Hadley I.
      I have found children of Lucas Plunkett and Susannah:
      Christopher Plunkett, b. c 1612, Fingall, Dublin Ire
      George Plunkett, b c. 1614
      James Plunkett, b. c 1616
      Edward Plunkett, b. c 1618
      Jane (Joan) Plunkett, b. c. 1620
      Elizabeth Plunkett, b. c. 1622
      Susanna Plunkett, b. c. 1624
      Catherine Plunkett, b. c. 1626--this is my line.

      From Jeanne Hull (E Mail: jeahul@infinitytx.net)
      16th August 2000
      I have an ancestor Catherine Talbot, b. 1640, in Westmeath, Ire., m.Simon Hadley, b. 1640, in King's County, Ireland.
      I hired a genealogist to find her parents for me and she found in LDS(The Ancient and Medieval Council of the Family History Dept. of the LDS)
      "Irish Records" that Catherine's Talbot's parents were Lucas Plunkett s/oChristopher Plunkett and Jenet Dillon, m. Susannah Brabazon d/o EdwardBrabazon and Mary Smith.

      From Jeanne Hull (E Mail: jeahul@infinitytx.net)
      31 August 2000
      The Plunkett information came from a genealogist that I hired to find theparents of Catherine Talbot, wife of Simon Hadley.
      She found Catherine Plunkett (b. ca. 1626, Fingall, Dublin, Ire) m. toJohn Talbot (b. ca 1622 at Malahide, Dublin, Ire;
      Lucas Plunkett, b ca 1580, Fingall, Dublin, Ire;
      Christopher, b 1564, Killeen, Meath, Ire;
      James, b ca 1539 Fyanstown, Meath, Ire;
      John, Lord of Killeen;
      Edmund, Lord of Killeen;
      Christopher (Sir), Lord of Killeen;
      John, b ca 1400, Killeen, Meath, Ire;
      Christopher (Sir), b ca 1370, of Rathregan, Meath, Ire;
      Richard, b ca 1339, of Rathregan, Meath, Ire;
      Richard, b ca 1308, of Rathregan, Meath, Ire;
      and lastly, John, b ca 1270, of Bewley, Louth, Ire.
      The Irish Talbots split from the English family with Richard, b. ca 1120.His son Richard goes to Malahide, Dublin, Ire. and they live there forthe next 15 or so generations including John who m. Catherine Plunkett.
      The genealogist found these records on the "Irish Records" and "EnglishRecords" at LDS (The Ancient and Medieval Council of the Family HistoryDept. of the LDS)


      Also from Jeanne Hull (E Mail: jeahul@infinitytx.net)
      31st August 2000
      Irish Pedigrees by John O'Hart, v. 1 lists several Plunkett lines. v.2lists both Talbots and Plunketts holding office, p. 611. The Plunkettdescent from Wm. the Conq. is listed on p. 27. P. 834 states that HenryII gave the Kingdom of Meath to De Lacy and his Barons and lists Talbotand Plunkett among them. P. 835 lists that both Talbots and Plunkettswere in Meath, Dublin with the Talbots in Malahide and the Plunkets inLouth. Both families received titles over several generations. A censusof Ireland, 1659 lists both Plunketts and Talbots."

  • Sources 
    1. [S883] Hamish Maclaren.