Notes on the Sheriffs of County Clare, 1570-1700
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By Thomas Johnson Westropp, M.A., Member

1683 Giles Vandeleur

1683. Giles Vandeleur, of Ralahine, son of Giles, 1665. He first projected the Limerick Infirmary.[64] He petitioned the Bishop of Killaloe (Egidius Vandeleur), for a burial-place at Sixmilebridge,[65] and there he was buried a directed by his will, April 25, 1701, proved in Dublin, January 24, 1702, by his son and heir Boyle, who got a fee farm grant from George King, of Kilpeacon, as already stated. Arms (as on his seal) arg. around a chevron, three trefoils, slipped sable. (As on Boyle’s seal), three mullets.

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