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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.
He petitioned the Bishop of Killaloe (Egidius Vandeleur), for a burial-place
at Sixmilebridge, 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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