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Plunket, Baron (UK, 1827)

 

Creation: let. pat. 1 May 1827

 

Family name: Plunket

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Arms:

Sable a Bend between in sinister chief a Tower and in dexter base a Portcullis all Or

Crest:

A Horse passant Argent charged on the side with a Portcullis Sable

Supporters:

Dexter:  an Antelope Or;  Sinister:  an Horse Argent, each gorged with a Collar and pendent therefrom by a Chain a Portcullis Sable

Motto:

Festina Lente (Quick, without impestuosity)

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William Conyngham [Plunket], 1st Baron Plunket, PC

2nd son of Rev Thomas Plunket, of Glennan, co. Monaghan, by his wife Mary Conyngham, dau. of David Conyngham, of Letterkenny, co. Donegal

born

Jul 1765

mar.

1791 Catherine McCausland (d. 14 Mar 1821), dau. of John McCausland MP, of Strabane, co. Donegal, by his wife Elizabeth Span, dau. of Rev William Span, of Ballmacove

died

5 Jan 1854

created

1 May 1827 Baron Plunket, of Newton in the County of Cork

suc. by

son

note

Solicitor-General of Ireland 1803-05;  Attorney-General of Ireland 1805-07 and 1822-27;  Chief Justice of the Common Pleas of Ireland 1827-30;  Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1830-34 and 1835-41

 

Thomas Span [Plunket], Bishop of Tuam, Killala and Achonry, 2nd Baron Plunket, PC

born

1792

mar.

26 Oct 1819 Louisa Jane Foster (d. 14 Jan 1893), dau. of John William Foster MP, of Fane Valley, co. Louth, by his wife Rebecca McClure, dau. of Hamilton McClure, of Dublin

died

s.p.m. 19 Aug 1866

suc. by

brother

note

cons. 1839 Bishop of Tuam, Killala and Achonry

 

John Span [Plunket], 3rd Baron Plunket

born

1793

mar.

5 Apr 1824 Charlotte Bushe (d. 11 Sep 1886), 3rd dau. of Rt Hon Charles Kendall Bushe, Chief Justice of the King's Bench of Ireland, by his wife Anne Crampton, dau. of John Crampton, of Merrion Square, Dublin

died

16 Apr 1871

suc. by

son

 

William Conyngham [Plunket], 4th Baron Plunket later Archbishop of Dublin

born

25 Aug 1828

mar.

11 Jun 1863 Anne Lee Guinness (d. 8 Nov 1889), only dau. of Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, 1st Bt., by his wife Elizabeth Guinness, 3rd dau. of Edward Guinness, of Dublin

died

1 Apr 1897

suc. by

son

note

Rector of Kilmoylan and Cummer, co. Wexford;  Treasurer of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin 1864-69;  Precentor of St Patrick's Catherdral, Dublin 1869-77;  Bishop of Meath 1876-85;  Dean of Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 1885-87;  Archbishop of Dublin 1885-97

 

William Lee [Plunket], 5th Baron Plunket, GCMG KCVO KBE

born

19 Dec 1864

mar.

4 Jun 1894 Lady Victoria Alexandrina Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood (mar. (2) 1 Oct 1920 Col Francis Powell Braithwaite CBE DSO MC;  d. 11 Feb 1968), 3rd dau. of Frederick Temple [Blackwood later Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood], 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, by his wife Harriet Georgina Hamilton, 1st dau. of Archibald Rowan Hamilton, of Killyleagh Castle, co. Down

died

24 Jan 1920

suc. by

son

note

Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of New Zealand 1904-10

 

Terence Conyngham [Plunket], 6th Baron Plunket

born

12 Jul 1899

mar.

4 Dec 1922 Dorothe Mabel Barnato (widow of Capt Jack Barnato RAF;  d. 24 Feb 1938), dau. of Joseph Lewis, of 2 Park Lane, London

children

1. Hon Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, later 7th Baron Plunket

2. Hon Robin Rathmore Plunket, later 8th Baron Plunket

3. Hon Shaun Albert Frederick Sheridan Plunket, of 11 Ennismore Gardens, London SW7 (b. 5 Apr 1931; d. 2012), mar. (1) 14 Dec 1961 (div. 1980) Judith Ann Power, 1st dau. of Gerard Patrick Power, of Lapworth, co. Warwick, (2) 25 Sep 1980 Elizabeth de Sancha (former wife of Antonio de Sancha; d. 1986), dau. of Helge Drangel, of Stockholm, Sweden, and (3) 1989 Andrea Barbara Reynolds (former wife of Sheldon Reynolds), dau. of Andre Milos, of Budapest, Hungary, and has issue by his first wife:

1a. Tyrone Shaun Terence Plunket, later 9th Baron Plunket

1a. Hon Loelia Dorothé Alexandra Plunket, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant 28 Nov 2014 (b. 26 Apr 1963), mar. 24 Apr 1999 Dr George Santis, 2nd son of Kypros Santis, of Larnaca, Cyprus

died

24 Feb 1938

suc. by

son

 

Patrick Terence William Span [Plunket], 7th Baron Plunket, KCVO

born

8 Sep 1923

died

28 May 1975

suc. by

brother

note

Equerry to King George VI 1948-52 and to Queen Elizabeth II 1952-75;  Deputy Master of the Household 1954-75

 

Robin Rathmore [Plunket], 8th Baron Plunket

born

3 Dec 1925

mar.

8 Nov 1951 Jennifer Southwell, 2nd dau. of Bailey Southwell, of Crocodile Leap Farm, Olivenhourpoort, South Africa, by his wife Erica Barry, dau. of Durban Barry, of Umtall, Southern Rhodesia

died

16 Nov 2013

suc. by

nephew

 

Tyrone Shaun Terence [Plunket], 9th Baron Plunket

born

5 Feb 1966

married

Sep 2000 Lucy M Currie

children

1. Hon Rory Peter R Plunket (b. 11 Mar 2001)

2. Hon Patrick Shaun J Plunket (b. 11 Mar 2001)

note

Page of Honour to Queen Elizabeth II 1978-79

 

 Last updated 20 Dec 2014

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Title:

9th Baron Plunket, of Newton in the County of Cork

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 1 May 1827)

 

Address:

[not known]

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