6 edition of Charles Powell Leslie (II)"s estates at Glaslough, County Monaghan, 1800-41 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Maynooth studies in Irish local history ;, no. 38|
|LC Classifications||DA990.M7 D68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||2001039575|
Charles Powell Leslie b. Castle Leslie, Glaslough, Monaghan, Ulster, Ireland d. Aug Glaslough, Monaghan, Ireland: Genealogia Polska. Maps of the estate of Charles Powell Leslie in the barony of Turawe (now Tirhugh) and county of Donegall-Surveyed by Alexr. Fleming, 42 maps with names of tenants. A valuation of the Pettigo estate, County Donegal, , and a rental of the Monaghan and Tyrone estates of the Leslie .
Glaslough Village was laid out by the Fighting Bishop’s great-great- grandson, Charles Powell Leslie III and completed by his brother John, later Sir John Leslie, 1st Baronet of Glaslough. The Village was designed to accommodate horses, carts and carriages. Although somewhat altered, the historic thoroughfares are still clearly visible. Find Charles Powell's memorial at You can leave condolences in the Guest Book, buy sympathy flowers, and pay your respects. Charles Leslie Powell Jr. J - October 7.
The Leslie Monument on the main street was erected by tenants of the Leslie Estate in honour of Charles Powell Leslie MP a progressive landlord who instigated works and famine relief projects during this period. Trinity House on Barrack Hill was the location of the old R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary) station. Charles Leslie Powell will not be notified of your purchase. PublicRecords is designed to help you safely find people and learn about others. PublicRecords does not provide consumer reports and is not a consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
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Brand new Book. Charles Powell Leslie II came to national attention on a number of occasions, most notably as colonel of the Monaghan militia during the suppression of the rebellion in Down and Antrim, and as the opponent whom the Catholic Association defeated in.
The second Charles Powell Leslie (–), known also as Charles Powell Leslie Charles Powell Leslie book, was Irish member of the UK Parliament for Monaghan (–) and New Ross (–).
He succeeded his father, Charles Powell Leslie I, in representing Monaghan. He was married to Anne (née Ryder) from to her death inwith whom he had three daughters. LESLIE, Charles Powell (?), of Glasslough, co.
Monaghan. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. D.R. Fisher, Available from. LESLIE, Charles Powell (?), of Glasslough, co. Monaghan. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Thorne, Available from Boydell and Brewer. Charles Powell Leslie was born in 2 He was the son of Robert Leslie and Frances Ludlow.
3 He married, firstly, Hon. Prudence Penelope Hill-Trevor, daughter of Arthur Hill-Trevor, 1st Viscount of Dungannon and Anne Stafford, on 22 May 3 He married, secondly, Mary Anne Tench, daughter of Reverend Joshua Tench, on 9 May 3 He died.
The first Charles Powell Leslie (–), known also as Charles Powell Leslie I, was the son of Robert and Frances (née Rogerson) Leslie. He was member of the Irish Parliament for Hillsborough (–) and Monaghan County (–).
In he married Prudence Penelope, daughter of Arthur Hill-Trevor, 1st Viscount Dungannon, with whom he had two sons, Charles Powell (II) and John.
Charles Powell Leslie was the name of three Irish politicians. Charles Powell Leslie I (–), member of the Irish Parliament for Hillsborough (–) and Monaghan County (–); Charles Powell Leslie II (–), son of Charles Powell Leslie I, who was Irish member of the UK Parliament for Monaghan (–) and New Ross (–).
Charles Powell Leslie (maid. name II Esquire, Member of Parliament) b. 13 Sep Castle Leslie, Glaslough, Monaghan, Ireland d. 26 Jun Castle Leslie. Charles Powell Leslie II's Estates at Glaslough, County Monaghan, (Maynooth Studies in Irish Local History) (published by Irish Academic Press) Castle Leslie; Presumably drawn from Irish sources: Wedding venue with history and from an English writer but presumably run past the Leslies: Looking For Castle Leslie.
Charles Powell passed away on August 1, in Sumter, South Carolina. Funeral Home Services for Charles are being provided by James A. Dyal Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in The Journal. Charles Powell Leslie (maid. name Col) b. Castle Leslie, Glaslough, Monaghan, Ulster, Ireland d.
15 Nov Westminster, London, England: Genealogia Polska. good cooking. Charles died with the Parliament he had honorably fought to maintain in and was one of the few landlords to refuse Castlereagh's bribe of a peerage to vote for the Act of Union with Britain in His son Charles II Powell Leslie took over the estate but died shortly before the years of the Great Hunger.
Memorial for Marianne Leslie - included the following: Emily Jane Hallward, daughter Charles Powell Leslie, husband John Hallward, son in law. Here I am in Castle Leslie With rows and rows of books upon the shelves Written by The Leslies All about themselves.
Charles Powell Leslie I took over the Estate in Charles was a man of most remarkable common-sense and practical ideas. He devoted himself to the improvement of farming methods in the district.
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Charles Powell Leslie, fifth of Glasslough, who represented the county of Monaghan in parliament during seven successive parliaments. (Some books have been written since and counting!) Charles Powell Leslie refuses to work for the Act of Union, turns down Castlereagh bribes of £10, and Earldom s Christina Leslie runs the Estate and relief projects during the famine.
Monument built in Glaslough Village as mark of gratitude. “Charles Powell Leslie married, secondly, Maryanne, daughter of the Rev.
Josua Tench of Bryanstown, and had issue - “ I. The Rev. Edward Leslie, married Margaret, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Higginson of Lisburne. “ II. Emily Jane, married to the Rev.
John Hallward, Vicar of Assington in Sussex. “ .I was born in Madrid (Spain) inthe second son of a British father, Arthur F. Powell OBE (), and a Spanish mother, Julia Solares Navarro (). My paternal grandfather, Frank J.
Powell, was a prominent English judge and unsuccessful Liberal politician who is remembered, among other things, for his classic study of The trial of Jesus Christ ().