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The Mongan-Warburton Clan
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Descendants of Dominic O'Mungan
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Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
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First Generation
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Name Index
Descendants of Dominic O'Mungan
1-Dominic O'Mungan b. 1715, d. Abt 1774, Tyrone, Ireland
2-John Mongan b. Abt 1753, Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland, d. 31 Oct 1803, Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland 2-Terence Charles Mongan Warburton b. Abt 1754, d. 9 Aug 1826, Cloyne, Cork, Ireland 3-Charles Warburton b. 1781, New York, d. 12 Dec 1855, Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick +Alicia Bunburry Isaac b. Abt 1803, Ireland, d. After 1861 4-Maria Warburton b. 8 Mar 1829, (Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland) 4-Augustus Frederick Warburton b. 11 Feb 1827, (Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland), d. 19 Nov 1885, Dover +Mary Ann Campbell Hailes b. Abt 1829, France 5-Charles Campbell Warburton b. 10 Mar 1855, Belfast, Ireland, d. 8 Jan 1938, Tetbury, Gloucestershire 6-Mary Warburton b. 14 Oct 1902, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, d. After Feb 1939, Sydney, Nsw, Australia 6-Philip Warburton b. 15 Mar 1904, Philadelphia, USA, d. 8 May 1909 6-Lawrence Warburton b. 11 Sep 1907, Philadelphia, USA, d. 30 Apr 1908 5-Alice Isabel Agnes Warburton b. 14 Aug 1856, Belfast, Ireland 5-Leila Charlotte Francis Warburton b. 16 Dec 1857, Dublin, Ireland 5-Florence Jane Mathilda Warburton b. 11 Jul 1860, Dublin, Ireland 5-Eleanor Louisa Warburton b. 30 Sep 1863, Brighton, Sussex 5-Marion Flora Campbell Warburton b. 11 Oct 1864, Brighton, Sussex 5-Harris Grant Warburton b. 1 Nov 1867, Ryde, Isle Of Wight 5-Philip Bunbury Warburton b. 15 Nov 1868, London, England 5-Caroline Warburton b. Abt 1870, Bown A/R (Sic) 5-Frances Caroline Warburton b. 15 Jan 1870 5-Violet Warburton b. 26 Feb 1875, Dover, Kent 4-Charles Warburton b. 1825, (Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick), d. 15 Aug 1859, Isle Of Wight, England +Matilda Caroline Peel b. Abt 1827, Culholm, Oxford, d. Abt Mar 1899, Windsor, England 5-Charles Peel Warburton b. 3 May 1852, Lamberhurst, Kent, d. 27 Sep 1924 6-Matilda Beatrice Isabel Warburton b. 2 Dec 1883, d. 1939 5-Garnett Hamilton Warburton b. 1855, Avening, Gloucestershire, England 5-Eliza Alice Yates Warburton b. 6 Jan 1855, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland Descendants of Dominic O'Mungan
5-Henry Lenox Warburton b. 20 Jan 1857, Bellingham, Herefordshire, d. 6 May 1929 +Winifred Hyde Pearson b. Abt 1864, Carnarvon, Wales 6-Reginald Lennox Warburton b. 9 Sep 1900, Hatherleigh Devon 4-Frances Warburton b. 26 Jun 1830, (Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland) 3-Augustus Frederick Warburton b. 27 Nov 1783, d. 20 May 1836, Cheltenham, Goucestershire 3-John Warburton b. 14 Jul 1786, Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland, d. 1873 4-Charles Warburton b. 7 Feb 1823, Dublin, Ireland, d. 1896 4-John Warburton b. 30 Jan 1824, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, d. 1921 5-John Warburton b. 17 Jan 1848, d. 20 Mar 1925 6-John Henry Augustus Warburton b. 1 Jan 1874, d. 4 Dec 1924 7-John Gustavus Ralph Warburton b. 21 May 1907 5-Annie Warburton b. 10 Mar 1849, Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland, d. 16 Dec 1938, Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland +John Prittie Bayly b. 14 Jul 1842, d. 28 Jan 1897 5-Harry Warburton b. 19 Aug 1850, Thurles, France 5-Henrietta Warburton b. 19 Aug 1850, Thurles, France 5-Augustus Warburton b. 10 Jan 1852, Galway, Ireland, d. Abt 1930 5-Rockingham Warburton b. 10 Jun 1855, Golden, Tipperary, Ireland 4-Garnett Warburton b. 21 Jan 1825, d. 10 Nov 1860, Warwickshire, England +Georgina Henrietta Hampden b. 1834, Warwickshire, England, d. 1899, Paddington, London 4-Robert Sandford Warburton b. 6 Feb 1827 4-Frank Warburton b. After 1831, d. 11 Jul 1858 3-Charlotte Ann Warburton b. 21 Jul 1789, d. 10 Dec 1842 +William Wray Maunsell b. 8 Dec 1782, d. 25 Jul 1860, Limerick, Ireland 3-Selina Warburton b. 26 Jun 1791, d. 12 Mar 1826, Cloyne, Cork, Ireland Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
First Generation
1. Dominic O'Mungan was born in 1715 and died about 1774 in Tyrone, Ireland aged about 59.
General Notes: The story of Dominic O'Mungan his life and descendants to the next 2 generations, especially includingBishop Mongan Warburton, is told by Norman Mongan in his book ‘The Menapia Quest.’ published Herodotus Press 1995,p165-169.
He was the famed blind "poor road-way" bard harpist of Tyrone County.
Dominic married Warburton (Possibly).
General Notes: The identification of an Alicia Warburton as cousin-german to Terence Charles on the latter's grant of a namechange means that either Dominic married a Warburton, or his sister-in-law did.
It is not known who this Warburton family is, but the most likely candidate is the descendants of the three brothers (Richard,George, and John) who appeared in Ireland in the 17th century and established themselves as a major Anglo-Irish Protestantfamily.
Such a connection could also explain why the sons of a blind harpist could afford such a sound education, and why two ofthem subsequently renounced the Catholic faith.
i. Mark Mongan was born about 1750 and died about 1775 aged about 25.
ii. John Mongan was born about 1753 in Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland and died on 31 Oct 1803 in
Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland aged about 50.
iii. Terence Charles Mongan Warburton was born about 1754, died on 9 Aug 1826 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland
aged about 72, and was buried on 12 Aug 1826 in Cloyne Cathedral, Cork, Ireland.
Second Generation (Children)
2. Mark Mongan (Dominic 1) was born about 1750 and died about 1775 aged about 25.
General Notes: According the ‘Menapia Quest’ by Norman Mongan page 166, Mark was educated to be a priest andachieved excellent results at the College in Louvain. But when he returned from his study "he fell into a decay and died at hisfather's house in Strabane".
3. John Mongan (Dominic 1) was born about 1753 in Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland and died on 31 Oct 1803 in Monaghan,
County Monaghan Ireland aged about 50.
General Notes: According the ‘Menapia Quest’ by Norman Mongan page 166, John was the second son of DominicO'Mungan. He practised in and about Monaghan as a medical doctor, and had a good reputation. He recanted his Catholicfaith and was killed in a carriage accident coming home from the races at Middleton.
Family belief in Australia is that he was married and had several children, including Sophie Caroline Mongan, John CharlesMongan, and John Mongan. Upon his death it is supposed the children may have been brought up in the household of hisbrother the eventual Bishop of Cloyne.
People in Australia (Mongan in Yackandandah, Victoria) believe they may be descendants of this doctor through his sonJohn Mongan. However, the desent from this doctor son of Dominic O'Mungan is problematical. It is supposed, throughfamily tradition, names and coincidence of dates, that the doctor who died in a gig accident, was father of this John Monganwho died on board the ship Hindoo en route to Australia. His wife Eleanor or Ellen McElvey and his sons eventuallysettled at Yackandandah Victoria.
There are known male descendants to 2008. DNA has been taken from a living descendant of the Mongan who died on thevoyage, (from Mark Mongan aged 88 in 2008). This DNA it is hoped would match that of a male descendant of the BishopMongan Warburton (brother to the doctor) or other male descendant of the doctor. The descendants of the Bishop seem tobe the most likely possiblity to find.
John Young now deceased, researched the line from Sophia Caroline Mongan Fairtlough into the Young and Kirchofferlines and his work was republished by Tim Sandberg. Tim has summarised John Young's remarks below.
"This Mongan used the given name John. His brother John Charles has been recorded as John Mongan, John CharlesMongan and Charles Mongan. It is probable that he used the given name Charles to distinguish himself from his brother Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
with the given name John".
The same family folklore existed in the Australian Mongan family, as in the Canadian descended Mongan/Young/Kirchhofferfamilies. The story of the Bishop matched. In fact, the Australian Mongan family understood that Dr. John Mungan andMiss Alcock had six children and some of them were brought up by Bishop Dr. Charles Mongan Warburton. It can beassumed that the clerical Alcock family also reared some of the children. The name Mark has been carried on through thegenerations in the family in Australia. This fact is significant.
Additional note by Elaine Hopper. In the year 2008 Mark Angelo Mongan, the assumed great grandson of the medicaldoctor, remains alive at 88 years, living near Yackandandah Victoria Australia. The given name Mark from the earlier granduncle, Mark, the priest, has been carried down through the family for centuries including into the children of Mark AngeloMongan of Yackandandah's 2 sisters Maura Mackay and Jane Patricia Murphy.
John married Unknown Alcock. Unknown was born before 1780.
General Notes: John is supposed to have married a Miss Alcock as per notes about the Fairtlough family in ‘Clerical andParochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’ by William Maziere Brady (1864), which refer to "Sophia Caroline dau ofJohn Mongan MD by a dau of Colonel Alcock".
4. Terence Charles Mongan Warburton (Dominic 1) was born about 1754, died on 9 Aug 1826 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland aged
about 72, and was buried on 12 Aug 1826 in Cloyne Cathedral, Cork, Ireland.
General Notes: A good reference to the life of Terence, his forebears and some of his children, is the book ‘Menapia Quest’,by Norman Mongan (The Herodotus Press, 1995). He was known by the first name Charles and anglicised his surname fromO'Mungan to Mongan and then to Warburton as detailed here. He also renounced his Catholic faith and joined the establishedchurch, which enabled his career to blossom.
His early education to be a priest was undertaken in France. His first career was as an army chaplain and details are availableon the website of the 62nd regiment to which he was for some time attached:http://www.62ndregiment.org/Charles_Mongan.htm’.
The site describes how he served in North America during the American War of Independence. During this time, in 1779 hemarried Frances Marston, a very well connected New York woman. She was probably his second wife who bore his childrenand outlived him. Details of his first wife are unknown.
There are also army details in ‘From Revolution, Religion, and National Identity: Imperial Anglicanism in British NorthAmerica 1745-1795’ by Peter M. Doll (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000). Page 243 describes how, after the war,in 1785 "Robert Lowth, now Bishop of London sent the Reverend Charles Mongan, an army chaplain who had been afavourite of Sir Guy Carleton in New York, on a one-year study of the church in Canada".
The ‘London Gazette’ Issue 13196 published on the 27 April 1790 stated: Dublin-Castle, April 16, 1790. Letters Patenthave been passed under the Great Seal of this Kingdom, granting the Deanry of His Majesty's Cathedral Church of St.
Patrick, in the Diocese of Ardagh, to the Reverend Charles Morgan, A. M. An ERRATUM in the next issue corrected hisname to Mongan.
The London Gazette’, issue 13241 published on the 28 September 1790, chronicles Charles Mongan's retirement from thechaplaincy of the 60th (or the Royal American) Regiment of Foot: William Leslie, Clerk, to be Chaplain, by Purchase, viceCharles Mongan, who retires.
In 1792, Mongan changed his name to Warburton as announced in the ’London Gazette’ of 22nd May 1792, page 334. Theentry reads : The King has been pleased to grant to the Reverend Charles Morgan, Master of Arts, Rector of Loughgilly, inthe County of Armagh, and Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Ardagh, in the Kingdom of Ireland and his issue, his RoyalLicence and Authority to assume and take the Surname of Warburton only, in pursuance of the desire of his maternal cousin-german, Miss Alicia Warburton, spinster, sister of the late William Warburton, of the City of London Esq, deceased; and alsoto order that His Majesty's concession and Declaration be entered in His College of Arms. The following issue of the LondonGazette noted an ERRATUM to the effect that the name was Mongan.
It is not yet known who the Warburton relations, William and the spinster Alicia were, but the term cousin-german, whichmeans a full cousin' would suggest that Charles' mother's surname was Warburton, since Alicia the spinster was aWarburton. The William Warburton is not believed to be the famous Bishop William Warburton.
After changing his name Charles rose in the church, eventually becoming the Bishop of Cloyne, and extremely wealthy andwell-connected. The Bishop's correspondence is preserved in ‘Additional MS no 35731/35746 and 40227/40356’ at theBritish Library, London.
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‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’ by William Maziere Brady (1864), details his children, though itnames a Maria and not the Bishop's beloved daughter Selina who died just before him, to his great grief, in 1826 and who isburied near and commemorated with him in Cloyne Cathedral. Nor does it mention a daughter, Charlotte. However the willsof his sons Augustus and Garnett both mention their sister Charlotte. Selina had died by the time the wills were made. AMaria is not mentioned in the wills. There was a Maria Warburton, daughter of the Bishop's son, also a cleric, CharlesWarburton, Archdeacon of Tuam, and this may be where the confusion arose.
The Bishop died at Cloyne on 9 August, 1826, and was buried in that Cathedral on 12th August. On his tombstone is thisinscription: To the Memory of the RIGHT REV. CHARLES WARBURTON, D.D., Lord Bishop of Cloyne, Deceased 9thAugust, A.D. 1826, Aged 72 years. This memorial of affectionate Regret is erected by his disconsolate Widow, FrancesWarburton, and Children. He was consecrated Bishop of Limerick 13th July, 1806, and translated to this See 20thSeptember, 1820. To a dignified Deportment in the strict Discharge of his Holy Office, he united most engaging Suavity ofManners and unbounded Benevolence.
Terence married Frances Marston on 18 Feb 1779 in New York, daughter of Nathaniel Marston and Anna Van Cortland.
Frances was born about 1758.
i. Garnett Warburton died after 1848.
ii. Charles Warburton was born in 1781 in New York and died on 12 Dec 1855 in Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick
iii. Augustus Frederick Warburton was born on 27 Nov 1783, died on 20 May 1836 in Cheltenham,
Goucestershire aged 52, and was buried on 22 May 1836 in Cheltenham, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire.
iv. John Warburton was born on 14 Jul 1786 in Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland and died in 1873 aged 87.
v. Charlotte Ann Warburton was born on 21 Jul 1789 and died on 10 Dec 1842 aged 53.
vi. Selina Warburton was born on 26 Jun 1791 and died on 12 Mar 1826 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland aged 34.
Third Generation (Grandchildren)
5. Garnett Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) died after 1848.
General Notes: In Bentinck Street Major Garnett Warburton, late of the Madras army, and son of the late Bishop of Cloyne.
He retired from the service in 1812. (The source of this reference is unknown).
Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Garnett Warburton, Major in the service of the honourable East IndiaCompany of Bentinck Street Manchester Square , Middlesex. Date 11 April 1851(PRO.) Will made in 1848. His executorsare named as his brothers Charles and John Warburton. He leaves money to them as well as his pictures to John and hisfurniture and silverplate to Charles. He makes gifts of money and bequests to his nephew Garnett Philip Maunsell, describedin the will as the son of his late sister Charlotte and Rev Archdeacon Maunsell, and to his nieces Charlotte and SelinaDeborah daughters of the same couple. By 1848 his other brother Augustus, and his sisters Selina and Charlotte had died.
There is an entry on freebmd Death Index for Garnett Warburton died 1q1851 Marylebone London Middlesex page 149.
6. Charles Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born in 1781 in New York and died on 12 Dec 1855 in
Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick aged 74.
General Notes: ‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’ by William Maziere Brady (1864), page 149: C.
Warburton (son of Charles Warburton, Bishop of Cloyne) was, in 1806, appointed Archdeacon of Tuam ; and in 1813Chancellor of Limerick. He held both those livings with Clonmel until his death on 14th Dec. 1855, in the 75th year of hisage. He was also, in 1807, R. Mourneabbey, for some months. He left issue, by his wife, Alicia Bunbury-Isaac, inter alia, twosons, Charles and Augustus-Frederick, and a daughter, Maria, wife of Major John Blackburne.
Monumental Inscriptions in the Church of Ireland Parish Graveyard at Rathkeale, Co. Limerick: WARBURTON.
(Underground vault). Within This Vault Are interred The Mortal Remains Of The Venerable Charles Warburton LLDArchdeacon Of Tuam And Chancellor of Limerick He died on the 12th day of December 1855 Aged 75 Having borne a longand suffering illness With exemplary Patience and resignation To the Divine Will.
Charles married Alicia Bunburry Isaac on 3 Jun 1824. Alicia was born about 1803 in Ireland and died after 1861.
Marriage Notes: The Connaught Journal, Galway, Monday, May 31: On the 3rd instant, in Dublin, by his father, the
Protestant Bishop of Cloyne, the Rev. Archdeacon Warburton, to Alicia, youngest daughter of Thomas Bunburry Isaac, Esq.
of Holywood-house, County of Down. Archdeacon of Tuam Rector of Rathkeale Chancellor of Limerick LLD son of Bishop
of Cloyne Gentleman.
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• She appeared on the census in 1861. Alicia (called Alice) Warburton (58) is head of the household. She is a widow. She has as visitors, her son, her daughter-in-law and grand children, including her 8 month old new grandchild. Alicia isdescribed as a landed proprietor and head of the household. She was born in Ireland. She has several servants in the house.
i. Maria Warburton was born on 8 Mar 1829 and was christened on 22 Mar 1829 in Rathkeale, Limerick,
ii. Augustus Frederick Warburton was born on 11 Feb 1827, was christened on 21 Feb 1827 in Rathkeale,
Limerick, Ireland, and died on 19 Nov 1885 in Dover aged 58.
iii. Charles Warburton was born in 1825, was christened on 11 Jul 1825 in Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick, and
died on 15 Aug 1859 in Isle Of Wight, England aged 34.
iv. Frances Warburton was born on 26 Jun 1830 and was christened on 15 Jul 1830 in Rathkeale, Limerick,
7. Augustus Frederick Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 27 Nov 1783, died on 20 May 1836 in
Cheltenham, Goucestershire aged 52, and was buried on 22 May 1836 in Cheltenham, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire.
General Notes: ‘London Gazette’ Issue 15436, 15 December 1801, page 1487: War Office 19 Dec 1801 LieutenantAugustus Warburton, from the 4th Foot, to be Captain, by Purchase, vice De Lanicey, who retires.
‘London Gazette’ Issue 15986, 23 December 1806: War Office 27 Dec 1806 91st Ditto, Captain Augustus Warburton, fromthe 57th Foot, to be Major, by Purchase, vice Campbell, who retires.
As Colonel in the 85th Regiment, in the War of 1812 at Tecumseh, his side was defeated partly owing to his commander'sincompetence.
In 1831 Augustus Warburton was in Malta as Lt. Colonel of His Majestys 85th or Kings light infantry and acting asLieutenant Governor to issue proclamation against clandestine marriage in the island of Malta and its dependencies.
‘Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.’ The Will of Augustus Warburton, Colonel in the Army and LieutenantColonel of the 85th Regimentof Light Infantry of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, dated 03 June 1836, left bequests to hisbrothers named as Garnett, Charles and John and his sister Charlotte Maunsell.
In the church of Holy Trinity, Cheltenham there is an inscription for Colonel Augustus WARBURTON May 22, 1836.
Holy Trinity Church is situated in Portland St., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.
‘Annual Register 1837’, Appendix to chronicle page 203: Deaths May at Cheltenham Augustus Warburton 85th regiment.
‘The Gentlemans Magazine 1836’ Obituary page 221: May 20 at Cheltenham Colonel Augustus Warburton of the 85thregiment. He was appointed Ensign 4th foot in 1799, lieutenant in 1800, captain 60th foot 1801, in 57th 1811, Lt. Col 1803,Major 91st in 1806, brevet Lt Col 85th foot 1819 and brevet Colonel 1825. In 1813 he served as Inspecting Field Officer ofMilitia in CanadaDate of birth is from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
8. John Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 14 Jul 1786 in Monaghan, County Monaghan Ireland and
died in 1873 aged 87.
General Notes: From the ‘Menapia Quest’ by Norman Mongan p 168 comes the following remark about the Bishop ofCloyne: "Two of his four sons followed their father into the Church".
‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’ by William Maziere Brady (1864), page 130: 1826. July 13.
JOHN WARBURTON, A.M. (vice G. Beresford), is admitted Vicar Choral. [D.R.] John Warburton (son of CharlesWarburton, or Mongan, Bishop of Cloyne) was, from 1811 to 1816, Precentor of Ardfert. He holds to the present time(1862), from 1825 a Vicarage Choral in Cloyne; from 1826 a Vicarage Choral in Cork; from 1818 the Precentorship ofLimerick; from 1814 the R. Kill and Lyons, Kildare; and from 1829 the R. Drumcliffe, Killaloe. Rev. John (see Vol. i., page273), who married Henrietta, youngest dau. of Sandford Palmer, Esq., .has issue six sons, (John, of the 60th Rifles, whomarried Martha, dau. of Capt. Mitall, of the 60th Rifles, Sandford, of the 3rd Buffs, who married Helen Baker, Charles,Garnett, Augustus, and Frank who was an Ensign in the 89th Regt., and who died 11 July, 1858) and four daughters(Marianne, Alice, Anna-Maria, and Eliza).
Will of Rev Jonathan Warburton: Index of Irish Wills NA Ref IAR/1829/F/136 Doc 66943 Eneclann Publisher Dublin.
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Dates of birth and death for John and his children are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
John married Henrietta Ann Sandford Palmer on 20 Mar 1822 in Middleton, Cork, Ireland.
Marriage Notes: County Carlow Births, Deaths & Marriages Newspaper Extracts MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1822 [TCMP]MARRIED - At Middleton, County Cork, on Saturday, the 20th of March, by the Lord Bishop of Cloyne, the Rev. JohnWarburton, youngest son of his Lordship, to Henrietta Ann, daughter of R. Sandford Palmer, of Ballynockan Castle, in theKing's County, Esq.
General Notes: Henrietta was the youngest daughter of Sandford Palmer, Esq., of Killetra, near Mallow and Mary-Anne, soleheiress (on the death of her brother, Simon F. Davies, Esq., of Farthingville) of Robert Davies, Esq., of Farthingville, co.
Cork, eldest son of the Rev. Simon Davies who was a grandson of the celebrated Rowland Davies, Dean of Cork.
i. Charles Warburton was born on 7 Feb 1823 in Dublin, Ireland and died in 1896 aged 73.
ii. John Warburton was born on 30 Jan 1824 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire and died in 1921 aged 97.
iii. Garnett Warburton was born on 21 Jan 1825 and died on 10 Nov 1860 in Warwickshire, England aged 35.
iv. Robert Sandford Warburton was born on 6 Feb 1827.
v. Augustus Warburton was born on 13 Jul 1831.
vi. Frank Warburton was born after 1831 and died on 11 Jul 1858.
vii. Marianne Warburton was born on 22 Sep 1833.
viii. Alice Warburton was born after 1833.
ix. Anna-Maria Warburton was born in 1842.
x. Elizabeth Warburton was born on 13 Mar 1844.
9. Charlotte Ann Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 21 Jul 1789 and died on 10 Dec 1842 aged 53.
General Notes: Charlotte is mentioned in her brothers' wills. In the case of Augustus will of 1836 she is his "sister CharlotteMaunsell"." and in the case of Garnett's will made in 1848 she is "late sister".
Dates of birth, and death are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
Charlotte married William Wray Maunsell on 29 Mar 1815 in Limerick, Ireland. William was born on 8 Dec 1782 and died on
25 Jul 1860 in Limerick, Ireland aged 77.
Marriage Notes: William Maunsell married Charlotte, dau. of Charles Warburton, Bp. of Cloyne, and by her had issue, interalia, two sons, William Wray; and Robert Augustus (now P. Harristown, Kildare, and who married Frances Erskine, d,m. ofFrancis Tipping Hall, esq.), and three daughters, Fanny (wife of Major T. P. Vandeleur, esq., of Cragbeg Clarina), LucyDiana (wife of Colonel Knox), and Selina.
General Notes: These remarks were part of a page entitled Maunsell research on rootsweb: Archdeacon of Limerick, died 25July, 1860, aged 78 years, and in the 56th year of his ministry at his residence George Street, Limerick. His remains areinterred in the family vault at St. John's Churchyard. He was the son of William Maunsell, Chancellor of Limerick, and ofLucy, daughter of Philip Oliver, born 1782 in Co. Limerick. Archdeacon Maunsell married Charlotte, daughter of The RightRev.Charles Mongan Warburton, Bishop of Limerick. Maunsell graduated A.B. T.C.D. in 1802, and A.M. in 1806. He wasordained Priest at Cloyne on 24th August, 1803, and was, from 1814 to 1860, Archdeacon of Limerick, and also, from 1822to 1860, Precentor of Cloyne. He was also for some time Vicar-General of Limerick.
According to the ‘Limerick Heritage’ web site: In 1824 Archdeacon Wray Maunsell made an interesting discovery in the bogof Rathcannon when the complete skeleton of an Irish elk was found. The skeleton can now be seen in the National Museumof Ireland.
Archdeacon Maunsell died, aged seventy-eight, on 25th July, 1860.
10. Selina Warburton (Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 26 Jun 1791 and died on 12 Mar 1826 in Cloyne, Cork,
Ireland aged 34.
General Notes: A well-loved daughter whose death preceded her father's by a very short time. She is remembered on herfather's monument at the Cloyne Cathedral Cloyne, Cork.
Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)
11. Maria Warburton (Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 8 Mar 1829 and was christened on 22 Mar
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
1829 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland.
General Notes: LDS Film Batch number C700591 1742-1785: Father Warburton Mother Alicia.
Date of birth is from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California, though it states 1828. Either this or thebaptism record is out by 1 year.
Maria married John Blackburn.
Marriage Notes: John and Maria had a daughter named Grace (1857-1946) who maried Francis Richard Wemyss-Charteris-Douglas.
12. Augustus Frederick Warburton (Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 11 Feb 1827, was christened
on 21 Feb 1827 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland, and died on 19 Nov 1885 in Dover aged 58.
General Notes: ‘London Gazette’ Issue 20479, 3 June 1845: War Office 13 June 1845 Augustus Frederick Warburton, Gent,to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Hague.
‘The Times’ Thursday, Dec 14, 1865, page 10, Issue 25368, col G: Probably he is the Mr Augustus Warburton of Kill Naaswho won first prize with a short horn aged cow in the Christmas exhibition of the Royal Dublin Society. His father Charleshad been the Rector of Kill Naas in 1861.
Dates of birth, and death, for Augustus and his children are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam ofCalifornia.
• He appeared on the census in 1861 in Cheltenham, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire. Augustus (34) is late Captain of the 15th Foot, living with his mother Alice (Alicia), and his wife Mrs Warburton (32), who is listed as d-in-law to the head ofthe household, at Stanbroke Villa, Pittville Circuit, Cheltenham borough, St Mary's district, Gloucestershire. Others therein the household that night are children Charles, Alice, Leila, and 8 month-old Florence. The children are all born inIreland. Mary is born in France, but BS [British Subject].
It appears Augustus and his wife are visiting from Ireland, perhaps to show off the new baby, 8 months old Florence.
There are 6 servants including a butler.
• He appeared on the census in 1881 in Dover, Kent. A.F. Warburton (54) Late Captain of the 15th Regiment, his wife Mary (52) born Paris (Brit subj), and 9 children (only Charles is missing) are living at 2 Wellesely Terrace. She has 3 servants inthe household.
Augustus married Mary Ann Campbell Hailes on 1 Jun 1854 in St James London. Mary was born about 1829 in France.
Marriage Notes: Gentlemans Magazine 1854 Marriages page 293: At St James Piccadilly Augustus Frederick Warburton
esq 15th Regt. to Mary-Anne Campbell youngest dau of the late Lieut-Colonel Hailes, K.H and granddaughter of Sir Robert
Campbell, Bart. (Also published in The Times Friday, Jun 02, 1854, page 1, Issue 21757, col A).
i. Charles Campbell Warburton was born on 10 Mar 1855 in Belfast, Ireland and died on 8 Jan 1938 in
ii. Alice Isabel Agnes Warburton was born on 14 Aug 1856 in Belfast, Ireland.
iii. Leila Charlotte Francis Warburton was born on 16 Dec 1857 in Dublin, Ireland.
iv. Florence Jane Mathilda Warburton was born on 11 Jul 1860 in Dublin, Ireland.
v. Augustus Gough Warburton was born on 9 Aug 1862.
vi. Eleanor Louisa Warburton was born on 30 Sep 1863 in Brighton, Sussex.
vii. Marion Flora Campbell Warburton was born on 11 Oct 1864 in Brighton, Sussex.
viii. Harris Grant Warburton was born on 1 Nov 1867 in Ryde, Isle Of Wight.
ix. Philip Bunbury Warburton was born on 15 Nov 1868 in London, England.
x. Caroline Warburton was born about 1870 in Bown A/R (Sic).
xi. Frances Caroline Warburton was born on 15 Jan 1870.
xii. Violet Warburton was born on 26 Feb 1875 in Dover, Kent.
13. Charles Warburton (Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born in 1825, was christened on 11 Jul 1825 in
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
Rathkeale Glebe Co Limerick, and died on 15 Aug 1859 in Isle Of Wight, England aged 34.
General Notes: LDS Film batch C700591 1742-1875: Baptism.
‘The Times’ Saturday, Aug 20, 1859, page 1, Issue 23390, col A: Deaths: On the 15th inst at West Cowes, Isle of WightCharles Warburton aged 31 Late Captain 85th (Kings Own) Light Infantry and eldest son of the late Venerable Archdeaconof Tuam.
Dates of birth, and death of his children, are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
Charles married Matilda Caroline Peel in Jul 1851 in Cheltenham, Goucestershire, daughter of Jonathan Peel and Eliza Tubb.
Matilda was born about 1827 in Culholm, Oxford and died about Mar 1899 in Windsor, England aged about 72.
Marriage Notes: The Gentleman's Magazine 1851 (also in The Times Wednesday, Jul 16 1851, Issue 20855, page 9, col
A ): At Cheltenham, Charles Warburton, esq. 85th Light Infantry, eldest son of the Ven. Archd. of Tuam to Matilda-Caroline,
third dau. of the late Jonathan Peel esq of Culham Oxford. Matilda is related to the Prime Minister Robert Peel through a line
of descent from William Peel of Hole.
General Notes: Matilda Caroline Warburton's death registration is 1q1899 Windsor 2c page 300, aged 71.
• She appeared on the census in 1861 in Shrawley, Oxfordshire. Matilda Warburton is a widow aged 34. She is described as a fundholder, living at Woodhouse with Charles (8), Garnett (7), Eliza (5), and Henry (4). Also present are 5 servants andEliza Peel (72) who is probably her mother.
• She appeared on the census in 1881 in Widley, Hampshire. Matilda (54) is living at Broomfield House, Polwell Road with Charles (28), Eliza (26), sister Susanna Peel (55 and married), niece Isabell Peel (27) and nephew Lennox Peel (24).
All are described as annuitants. Since Susanna is married she must be a sister-in-law.
• She appeared on the census in 1891 in Portsea, Hampshire. Matilda (64) is living on her own means at 11 Southsea Terrace with Eliza A (36), Henry L (24), and niece Isabel Peel (37).
i. Charles Peel Warburton was born on 3 May 1852 in Lamberhurst, Kent and died on 27 Sep 1924 aged 72.
ii. Garnett Hamilton Warburton was born in 1855 in Avening, Gloucestershire, England.
iii. Eliza Alice Yates Warburton was born on 6 Jan 1855 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland and was christened on
25 Feb 1855 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland.
iv. Henry Lenox Warburton was born on 20 Jan 1857 in Bellingham, Herefordshire and died on 6 May 1929 aged
14. Frances Warburton (Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 26 Jun 1830 and was christened on 15 Jul
1830 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland.
General Notes: LDS Film batch C700591 1742-1875: Baptism, Father Warburton Mother Alicia.
Date of birth, and identity of her husband are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
Frances married Philip Payne Gallway.
15. Charles Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 7 Feb 1823 in Dublin, Ireland and died in
1896 aged 73.
16. John Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 30 Jan 1824 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire and
died in 1921 aged 97.
General Notes: ‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, by William Maziere Brady (1864), page 130:John, of the 60th Rifles (the Buffs).
Date of birth, and details of John's children are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California. This alsogives Martha's surname as Mitchell.
John married Martha Mitall (Or Mitchell) on 15 Apr 1847.
i. John Warburton was born on 17 Jan 1848 and died on 20 Mar 1925 aged 77.
ii. Annie Warburton was born on 10 Mar 1849 in Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland and died on 16 Dec 1938 in
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
iii. Harry Warburton was born on 19 Aug 1850 in Thurles, France.
iv. Henrietta Warburton was born on 19 Aug 1850 in Thurles, France.
v. Augustus Warburton was born on 10 Jan 1852 in Galway, Ireland and died about 1930 aged about 78.
vi. Rockingham Warburton was born on 10 Jun 1855 in Golden, Tipperary, Ireland.
17. Garnett Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 21 Jan 1825 and died on 10 Nov 1860 in
Warwickshire, England aged 35.
General Notes: ‘ London Gazette’ Issue 20360 published on the 5 July 1844, page 7 of 48: War Office 5th July 1844 60thFoot, Garnett Warburton (gent), to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Roche, who retires.
‘London Gazette’ Issue 20628 dated 31 July 1846 page 2797: Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County ofWarwick. 2nd Regiment of Warwickshire Militia. Garnett Warburton, Esq., late Captain 3rd Foot, to be Captain.
‘The United Service Magazine’, page 474: 1852 3rd Regiment of Foot - Lieutenant Garnett Warburton to be Captain, bypurchase, vice Richardson, who retires.
‘The Gentleman's Magazine’ for 1861 obituaries Clergy page 111: Nov. 10. At Leamington, aged 31, Garnett, third son ofthe Rev. J. Warburton, Rector of Kill Naas Kiklare, formerly Capt. in the Buffs, and late of the 2nd Regt, of theWarwickshire Militia [Leamington is in Warwickshire]. Garnett's death was registered in 4q 1860 so the date is probably 10Nov 1860.
Garnett married Georgina Henrietta Hampden on 23 Aug 1855 in Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, England. Georgina was
born in 1834 in Warwickshire, England and died in 1899 in Paddington, London aged 65.
General Notes: Georgina remarried 10 Aug 1869 as per this in ‘Men-at-the-bar: A Biographical Hand-list of the Members ofthe Various Inns’ by Joseph Foster published 1885 page 158 where she is described as widow of Capt G Warburton 3rdBuffs and only daughter of John Hampden Esq brother of the Bishop of Hereford.
Georgina bore many children to her second husband John Charles Henry Flood.
• She appeared on the census in 1861 in Paddington, London. Georgina (26) is a widowed fundholder living at 26 Dorchester Terrace with Mary Welch (50) born in Barbados, Mary Welch (21) born in Sydney, and 3 servants. Both Marys aredescribed as unmarried cousins.
18. Robert Sandford Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 6 Feb 1827.
General Notes: ‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’, by William Maziere Brady (1864), page 130:.Sandford, of the 3rd Buffs, who married Helen Baker.
‘London Gazette’ Issue 20780 published on the 8 October 1847: 30th Foot, Robert Sandford Warburton, Gent, to be Ensign,by purchase, vice Clubley, who retires.
‘London Gazette’ Issue 21638 published on the 8 December 1854: 3rd Foot, Lieutenant R. Sandford Warburton to beCaptain, by purchase, vice Robson, who retires.
Date of birth is from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
Robert married Helen Baker.
19. Augustus Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 13 Jul 1831.
20. Frank Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born after 1831 and died on 11 Jul 1858.
General Notes: ‘Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross’, by William Maziere Brady (1864), page 130: .
and Frank, Ensign 89th Regt., who died 11 July, 1858.
His date of birth is estimated from his position in the order of precedence.
21. Marianne Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 22 Sep 1833.
22. Alice Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born after 1833.
General Notes: Her date of birth is estimated from her position in the order of precedence.
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
23. Anna-Maria Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born in 1842.
General Notes: Date of birth is from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
24. Elizabeth Warburton (John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 13 Mar 1844.
Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)
25. Charles Campbell Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 10 Mar
1855 in Belfast, Ireland and died on 8 Jan 1938 in Tetbury, Gloucestershire aged 82.
General Notes: Dates of birth, and death are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California, which alsodeclares his occupation as indigo planter and rancher, and identifies his marriages.
Charles married Helen Chisolm in 1886 in India. Helen was born in May 1865.
Charles next married Mary Agnes Wildes on 3 Oct 1901.
i. Mary Warburton was born on 14 Oct 1902 in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada and died after Feb 1939 in
ii. Philip Warburton was born on 15 Mar 1904 in Philadelphia, USA and died on 8 May 1909 aged 5.
iii. Lawrence Warburton was born on 11 Sep 1907 in Philadelphia, USA and died on 30 Apr 1908.
26. Alice Isabel Agnes Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 14 Aug
1856 in Belfast, Ireland.
Alice married Charles William Eliot on 26 Jul 1905 in Fleet, Hampshire.
Marriage Notes: MARRIAGES FLEET GMR PSH/FLE/2/1 page100 no 200 July 26 1905: Charles William ELIOT FullBachelor Bank Inspector Hoxton & Alice Isabel Agnes WARBURTON Full Spinster Fleet fathers - William ELIOT Clerk inHoly Orders & Augustus Frederick WARBURTON 15th Regiment deceased in the presence of H. WARBURTON & M.A.
BAYNES.
27. Leila Charlotte Francis Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 16
Dec 1857 in Dublin, Ireland.
28. Florence Jane Mathilda Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 11
Jul 1860 in Dublin, Ireland.
29. Augustus Gough Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 9 Aug
1862.
General Notes: Evidence of Augustus Gough's existence only comes from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam ofCalifornia.
30. Eleanor Louisa Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 30 Sep 1863
in Brighton, Sussex.
31. Marion Flora Campbell Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 11
Oct 1864 in Brighton, Sussex.
Marion married Nicholastrafalgar Biddulph.
32. Harris Grant Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 1 Nov 1867 in
Ryde, Isle Of Wight.
33. Philip Bunbury Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 15 Nov
1868 in London, England.
34. Caroline Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born about 1870 in Bown
A/R (Sic).
General Notes: The place of birth is transcribed from the 1881 census.
35. Frances Caroline Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 15 Jan
1870.
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
36. Violet Warburton (Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 26 Feb 1875 in Dover,
Kent.
37. Charles Peel Warburton (Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 3 May 1852 in
Lamberhurst, Kent and died on 27 Sep 1924 aged 72.
General Notes: Dates of birth, and death, and identification of his wife and children, are from an LDS pedigree file submittedby Peter Wittam of California.
Charles married Jessie May Glass in 1882.
i. Matilda Beatrice Isabel Warburton was born on 2 Dec 1883 and died in 1939 aged 56.
38. Garnett Hamilton Warburton (Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born in 1855 in Avening,
Gloucestershire, England.
39. Eliza Alice Yates Warburton (Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 6 Jan 1855 in
Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland and was christened on 25 Feb 1855 in Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland.
40. Henry Lenox Warburton (Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 20 Jan 1857 in
Bellingham, Herefordshire and died on 6 May 1929 aged 72.
General Notes: Henry's birthplace is taken from the 1861 census when he is living with mother Matilda. In 1871 he is said tobe born on the Isle of Wight, in 1881 in Kington, Hertfordshire (though there is a Kington in Herefordshire, but notHertfordshire), and in 1901 he is said to be born in Nottinghamshire.
Dates of birth, and death are from an LDS pedigree file submitted by Peter Wittam of California.
• He appeared on the census in 1871 in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Henry L (14) is a pupil at Marlow Place.
• He appeared on the census in 1901 in Hatherliegh, Devon. Henry L (43) is living on his own means at Fishleigh House with his spouse Winifred, son Reginald Lennox (6 months), and 3 nieces a nephew named Woodward.
Henry married Winifred Hyde Pearson about Dec 1899 in Paddington, London. Winifred was born about 1864 in Carnarvon,
Wales.
Marriage Notes: Marriage Warburton Henry Lennox in Paddington District Greater London 1a 31 to Winifred Pearson4q1899.
i. Reginald Lennox Warburton was born on 9 Sep 1900 in Hatherleigh Devon.
ii. Charles Peel Warburton.
iii. Garnet Hamilton Warburton.
41. John Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 17 Jan 1848 and died on 20 Mar 1925
aged 77.
General Notes: Dates of birth, marriage and death, and the identity of John's wife are from an LDS pedigree file submitted byPeter Wittam of California. He was a County Inspector RIC.
John married Emma Louise Finlay on 18 Apr 1872. Emma was born in 1856.
i. John Henry Augustus Warburton was born on 1 Jan 1874 and died on 4 Dec 1924 aged 50.
42. Annie Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 10 Mar 1849 in Nenagh, Tipperary,
Ireland and died on 16 Dec 1938 in Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland aged 89.
Annie married John Prittie Bayly on 30 Mar 1880. John was born on 14 Jul 1842 and died on 28 Jan 1897 aged 54.
43. Harry Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 19 Aug 1850 in Thurles, France.
44. Henrietta Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 19 Aug 1850 in Thurles, France.
45. Augustus Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 10 Jan 1852 in Galway, Ireland and
Ancestors of Dominic O'Mungan
46. Rockingham Warburton (John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 10 Jun 1855 in Golden,
Tipperary, Ireland.
Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandchildren)
47. Mary Warburton (Charles Campbell 5, Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on
14 Oct 1902 in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada and died after Feb 1939 in Sydney, Nsw, Australia.
Mary married Sydney Ogilvie on 8 Oct 1929 in England. Sydney was born on 1 Feb 1890.
48. Philip Warburton (Charles Campbell 5, Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on
15 Mar 1904 in Philadelphia, USA and died on 8 May 1909 aged 5.
49. Lawrence Warburton (Charles Campbell 5, Augustus Frederick 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born
on 11 Sep 1907 in Philadelphia, USA and died on 30 Apr 1908.
50. Matilda Beatrice Isabel Warburton (Charles Peel 5, Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on
2 Dec 1883 and died in 1939 aged 56.
51. Reginald Lennox Warburton (Henry Lenox 5, Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 9 Sep
1900 in Hatherleigh Devon.
General Notes: Warburton Reginald Lennox Okehampton Births 5b 321 4q1900.
Reginald married Slaughter.
52. Charles Peel Warburton (Henry Lenox 5, Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1).
53. Garnet Hamilton Warburton (Henry Lenox 5, Charles 4, Charles 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1).
54. John Henry Augustus Warburton (John 5, John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1) was born on 1 Jan 1874 and
died on 4 Dec 1924 aged 50.
General Notes: John was a Captain, Royal Munster Fusiliers Ret. 1907. All details are from an LDS pedigree file submittedby Peter Wittam of California.
John married Georgina Alice Place on 15 May 1906. Georgina was born on 25 Oct 1875.
i. John Gustavus Ralph Warburton was born on 21 May 1907.
Seventh Generation (4th Great-Grandchildren)
55. John Gustavus Ralph Warburton (John Henry Augustus 6, John 5, John 4, John 3, Terence Charles Mongan 2, Dominic 1)
was born on 21 May 1907.
John married Logue.
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