Friday, 18 January 2013


GEALE NOTEBOOK found in PRONI 
(ref: D950/1/71)

Genealogical notes on various families, mainly Geale c. 1600 - c. 1880


Introduction

The following is a transcription of 12 unnumbered pages of an undated, unsigned, hand-written note-book which is a one-name study of the name Geale (with some mention of Gale) in England and Ireland which seems to date from the latter part of the 19th century.  It may have been notes for a book or has been previously transcribed as each paragraph has a line drawn through it.  The pages transcribed relate primarily to Irish Geales. Minor changes have been made to layout to improve accessibility - pjc



BEGINNING OF TRANSCRIPTION

Burke says "The family of Geale originally came from Lancashire, some considerable number of years back." ...

[This is a reference to Burke's Commoners, Vol III (London, 1836), footnote to 'Seymour, of Castletownp. 200. The writer then gives the following pedigree based on Burke. - pjc]




...also that John Geale Esq. of Mountgeale Co. Kilkenny "is the first we have any account of" and that "he appears to have made a slight alteration in the spelling of the name which is usually written Gale by the Lancashire and all other branches of the family."
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On what authority is the statement made that this family of Geale came originally from Lancashire?
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That John Geale of Mt. Geale was first of which any account is erroneous as there is an account of his father Joseph Geale, who spelled the name in the same way - thus shewing also that it was not his son John who made the alteration.

Notes from Transcriptions
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From Registry of Memorials of Deeds.

The Registry commences in 1708, when the registration commenced pursuant to an Act of Parliament.
There appear to be a considerable number of Deeds of Gale or Geale.
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1716 Book 15, page 369, 107787,
Lease and Release, dated 6 and 7 July 1716
Geale - Duggan
1. Benjamin Geale of Ballymullen, Queens county, gentleman.
2. Francis Duggan of Dublin, gent

Confines [confirms?] to Duggan the lands of Adamstown in the Barony of Cranagh, co. Kilkenny belonging to said Benjamin Geale, now held by James Ogle, 114 acres plantation
- also part of Cullahill Queen's county held by Benj. Geale under a lease of which 16 years unexpired.
Covenant for Redemption
Wit. Robt. Borris [?] of Dub. and Robt Fennell of Curraghabne [?]
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1720   (36, 473, 23690)
Geale to Evans
Deed dated 13 Oct 1720
1st. Joseph Geale of Goldenfield in the county of Kilkenny, gent. and John Geale, son and heir of ye said Joseph Geale
2nd. Henry Evans of Dumore in ye county and of ye city of Kilkenny gent and Elizabeth Evans dau. of ye said Henry Evans.
3rd. Edwd. Evans of ye said city Esquire, and Samuel Fowkes of ye city of Waterford, clerke.

Said Joseph grants to Edward Evans and sd. Fowkes as trustees,

11 1/2 acres of Adamstown in bar. of Cranagh, co. Kilkenny, being formerly land granted to John Sandes by his late Majesty King Wm. by Letters Patent under Great Seal of Ireland and also 68 acres of Rakely formerly in possess. of Mr. Charles Colles in bar. of Cranagh - and also all the estate of said Joseph in the Porth Ward of city of Kilkenny in Leigh's Lane -
also
assignment to sd. John Geale and Elizabeth Evans lands of Curragh Kehoe and Bally Knocke and that part of Damagle formerly held by Valentine Smith of Kilkenny gentleman - containing in all 875 ac. plantation measure all in bar. of Cranagh, deposed in as large and ample a manner as same were devised by Valentine Smith to said Joseph Geale for 99 years commencing 25 March 1699, determinable with the lives of said Joseph Gale (sic.) Elizabeth Gale his eldest daughter and Theobald Molloy eldest son of Robert Molloy of Salleen [?] co. Kilkenny by an Indenture of Lease da. 4 Jan 1698
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To hold to said John Geale and Elizabeth Evans and survivors of them after marriage 
Wit. Joseph Evans of Kilkenny, gent.
Thos. Cantwell of same, gent. and
(to Memorial sd. Cantwell and John Deffarroy of Kilkenny Aldermen)
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1722 (34 397, 22055)
Geale - Duggan
Lease and Release 8 and 9 Nov 1722
1. John Geale of Ballygihin, Queen's co. gent
2. Francis Duggan of Balgriffin co. Dublin

Confines to Duggan - that part of the Castle town and lands of Goslingstowne formerly the estate of John Geale senior deceased, 31 acres plantation measure in bar. of Shillclogher co. Kilkenny in same manner as it was held by Capt. Thos. Richards and the said John Gale (sic.) senior.
Covt. of Redemption
Wit. W. Gray of Cuddagh Queens co. and John Daly of Culleehill in the same county, gent. and Edwd. Dalleny, servt. to said Duggan.
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1723 (41. 30. 24311)
Geale - Shee
Lease da. 25 March 1723
1. Joseph Geale and John Geale his son and heir apparent, both of Goldfield, Co. Kilkenny
2. Luke Shee of Kilkenny, Merchant

Sets for 30 years a stone house in Porth quarter of Blessed Virgin Mary in city of Kilkenny at £7 rent.
Wit. Thos. Shee and Wm. Acton [?]
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1748 (132, 88, 88492)
Gale to Geale
Lease da. 27 Apl. 1748
1. Benj. Gale of Dublin, gent. and John Geale of Mountgeale, co. Kilkenny.

Lets (Sets?) all the said Benjamin Gale's part of Adamstown in Co. Kilkenny, which James and also Wm. Myhill decd. heretofore held (Except such small pt. thereof as Sir Robt. Maude had as recovery of by............................?........................) for lives of Joseph GealeBenjamin Geale and Ebenezar Geale sons of the above named John Geale a rent of £49. 14. 11.
Witnesses to signature of lessor Ben. Gale - Richard Robbins and Benjamin Geale, both of Dublin and James Martin of Dub. coachman.
ditto to signature of lessee Geale - John Buck [?] of Kilkenny and Henry Geale of same, merchant.
Registered 18 May 1748.
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1751 (151. 46. 100330)
Geale to Falkner
Deed da. 24 Apl. 1751
1. John Geale of Mountgeale co. Kilkenny, gent.
2. Fredk. Falkiner of Abbotstown, co. Dub.
3. Benjamin Geale 3rd son of sd. John Geale
4. Daniel Faulkner of Dublin and Robt. Snow of Waterford.

Recites Indenture of 27 Sept. 1750 between
John Geale and Evans of Bell Evans, co. Kilkenny
2. Fredk. Falkner
3. Daniel Falkner and Robert Snow
4. Benj. Geale
5. Ann Falkner the eldest dau. of sd. Fredk. Falkner then the wife of Benjn. Geale
Wit. Sarah GealeElizabeth Geale of Mt.Geale, Spinster, John KellyJohn Snow, and Danl. Falkner the younger.
Reg. 21 oct. 1751
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From the foregoing - appears

Benjamin Geale of Ballymullen, Queen's co. owns pt. of Adamstown in bar. Cranagh, co. Kilkenny in 1716

[The writer then gives the following pedigree. - pjc]


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Certificates for Grants by Letters Patent to Adventurers and Soldiers.

Roll XI Membrane XI
certificate dated 17 Aug. 18o

Certifies a Grant to Anthony Gale of lands of Crockenteagle, in bar. of Hemargue [?], Queen's county: Saving to Thomas Horenden his right in remainder to one moiety thereof, decreed to him by 'His Majesty's late Commissioners' for putting into execution the Acts of Settlement, by decree dated 6 August 1663.


[The writer then gives the following pedigree. - pjc]



[Capt. Gale mentioned in a letter to the Council of State dated 20 Feb 1652 quoted in 'Ireland under the Commonwealth'  By Robert Dunlop, M.A. (Manchester, 1913) Vol I p. 139 - see also footnote reading ' Probably Anthony Gale of Crockenteagle....' - pjc]
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There is a Registry of Deeds in 1710 as follows:

Deed of Leace and Releace [spelling as per notebook - pjc]
da. 1 May 1710 and 2nd May 1710
Parties to Leace
1. Samuel Green of par. of St. Mary Whitechappell in co. of Middlesex and Alice his wife, only dau. and heir of John Gale late of the parish of St. Mary Whitechappell aforesaid, gentleman, deceaced, eldest son and heir of Peter Gale late citizen of London, dec'd.
2. Hon. Josias Campbell of Miltowne, co. Monaghan

Parties to the leace -
1. Samuel and Alice Green
2. sd. Campbell
3. [..?...] Dawson of Dublin, Esq. and James Martin also of Dublin

sd. Green and his wife Alice - assign to said Campbell for £480 -


Rathcourath, 86 acres

Ballygath at Ballyblasse 101 ac. profitable and 121 unprofitable.
In Coolegowny (including the Castle) 100 ac. prof. which were in leace of Geo. Jones of Rathcourath and Thos. Ireland of Bellfeckan co. Meath and are situate in barony of Rathcourath -
Also all such other lands as might be set out for or in respect of said lands as of £375 theretofore adventured and paid by Richard Lloyd, citizen and [...?...] of London - for lands forfeited in Ireland upon the late rebellion there.

Mr. John Hodson of St. John's co. Roscommon, Esq. [...?...] Seignior of par. of St. Martin in the Field co. Middlesex and Thomas Stone of Chancery lane co. Middlesex



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[The writer then gives the following pedigree. - pjc]


Query
Is this Peter Gale the same with Peter Gale mentioned at page nn infra?


END OF TRANSCRIPTION

List of abbreviations
ac. = acres
Apl. = April
Aug. = August
bar. = Barony
Ben., Benj., Benjn. = Benjamin
Capt. = Captain
co. = County
Covt. = covenant
da. = dated
Danl. = Daniel
dau. = daughter
dec'd. = deceased
Dub. = Dublin
Edwd. = Edward
Esq. = Esquire
Fredk. = Frederick
gent. = gentleman
Geo. = George
Jan = January
sd. = said
sic. = sic erat scriptum (thus it had been written)
Mr. = Mister
Mt. = Mount
Nov = November
oct., Oct = October
par. = parish
possess. = possession
prof. = profitable
pt. = part
Robt. = Robert
Sept. = September
servt. = servant
St. = Saint
Thos. = Thomas
unm. = unmarried
vol = Volume
Wit. = Witnesses
Wm. = William

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Index of Irish Geales 1600 - 1800

Listing of 100+ persons found with the surname GEALE (or variants such as Geale Brady, Gale, Gayle, etc.) born or living in Ireland before 1800.
In cases of multiple references for the same individual, care has been taken to amalgamate references under one name but some individuals may still be listed more than once where their might be some doubt.


GEALE


* Alexander Gayle Will dated 1661 [Waterford and Lismore Wills 1645 - 1800]


* Anne Geale, nee Jackson, m. 2ndly John Gale/Geale of Mount Geale, several sons, one who emigrated to America [FT]


* Ann Geale, b. abt. 1691, m. 1712 Samuel Fowlkes, Diocese Of Ossory, Leinster Province [LDS]


* Ann Geale, wife of John Geale whose dau. (unnamed) was bur. Carlow Parish Church, 26 Feb 1750 [IG]


* Ann Geale, wife of Joseph Geale whose son Baptist George Geale was bap. St. Mary's, Dublin 1803 [IG]


* Annabella Geale, witness at marriage of Andreas Fitzpatrick and Cath Caddin at St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin 5 Feb 1786 [IG]

* Anne Geale, sponsor at bap. of Hariott Ball, SS Michael and John (R.C.), Dublin, 1807 [IG]


* Anne Geale, m. Lt. Geo. Wm. Busteed 1809 [IM]


* Anne, Geale (nee Falkiner), dau. of Frederick Falkiner, esq., of Abbot's-town, Co. Dublin & Elizabeth (nee Hamilton) of Bailiborough, Co. Cavan, m. Sep 1750 Benjamin Geale, Lord Mayor of Dublin, 3 sons & 2 daughters [Com]


* Anne Geale, b. Mount Geale, 1795, only dau. & heir of John Geale of Mount Geale, m. Castletown, Queen's Co., 3 Apr 1818, Aaron Crossley-Seymour, esq. of Castletown House, 3 dau.; d. 28 Feb 1825 [Com FT]


* Anne Geale, nee Bickley, of Bristol, dau of Benjamin Bickley, esq., wife of Daniel Geale [Com]


* Anne Geale, dau. of Benjamin & Anne Geale, d. Montaban, France, unm. [Com]


* Arabell Geale, sponsor at bap. of John Galtum, SS Michael and John (R.C.), Dublin, 1790 [IG]


* Benjamine Geale, Gent., Lisnure, Co. Tipperary Will dated 1726, Probate 1732 [Cashel and Emly Wills 1618 - 1800]


* Benjamin Geale of Mount Geale (succeeding John Gale/Geale), Alderman & Lord Mayor of Dublin, City Treasurer (1763) son of John Geale & Anne Jackson, m. Dublin, Sep 1750, Anne Falkiner, 3 sons & 2 daughters: sons: 1. John Geale, who succeeded at Mount Geale; 2. Frederick Geale who married Letitia Brady; 3. Daniel Geale who left numerous issue incl. Piers Geale; dau. 1. Anne Geale d. unm.; 2. Elizabeth Geale, d. unm.; d. 15 Nov 1792 [Com, LDS, FT]


* Benjamin Geale m. 1763 [LDS]


* Benj. Geale voted for Sir John Newport at the general election, Waterford City, May-Jun 1807 [How Waterford City Voted in 1807]


* Benjamin Geale, son of Frederick & Letitia Geale, m. Catherine Wild, dau. of Charles Wild, esq., & Mary dau. of Thomas Tipping of Beaulieu, esq., left issue, d. 1819 [Com FT]


* Benjamin Geale Brady, esq., of Mount Geale, b. abt. 1781, d. at his residence 38 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin in the 78th year of his age [Cavan Observer, 5 Feb 1859, PRONI]


UPDATED! * Catherine Geale (nee Lowther-Crofton), of 13 Mountjoy Square West, b. abt. 1776, dau. of Marcus & Katherine Lowther-Crofton, 2nd wife of Piers Geale MAR. St. Paul's Dublin, 21 Jul 1803, d. 8 Aug 1856 aged 80, bur. St. Brigid Church of Ireland Churchyard, Castleknock, Co. Dublin [Dublin City Directory 1850, FT, etc.]


* Catherine Geale (nee Wild), dau of Charles & Mary Wild, wife of Benjamin Geale, left issue [Com]


* Cath'ne Geale (nee Baynham), mar. St. Paul's, Dublin, 1 Jan 1814, Josh Geale [IG]


* Daniel Geale, son of Benjamin & Anne Geale of Mount Geale, m. unknown, numerous issue incl. Piers Geale, b. abt. 1774 [Com]


* Daniel Geale, son of Frederick & Letitia Geale, m. Anne Bickley of Bristol [Com FT]


* Daniel Geale, sponsor of Thoma (Thomas) Geale who was bap. St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin, 1808 [IG]


* Diony Geale, witness at marriage of Andreas Fitzpatrick and Cath Caddin at St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin 5 Feb 1786 [IG]


* Dudley Karricks Geale, bap. St. Mary's, Dublin 1 Feb 1795, son of Ebenezer and Susanna Geale [IG]


* Ebeneezer Geale, Cullihill, Queen's County [Probate 1708]


* Ebeneezer Geale, entered Ballytore School, 4 May 1749 [Arrivals list]


* Ebeneezer Geale, Athy Volunteers - Associated September 1779. Scarlet, faced white


* Ebeneezer Geale, Lieutenant, killed at Trafalgar


* Ebenezer Geale, mar. St. Thomas, Dublin, 19 Nov 1791, Susanna Harricks whose son Dudley Karricks Geale was bap. St. Mary's Dublin, 1795 [IG]


* Ebenezer Geale, father of Unknown Geale who was bap. St. Patrick's Dublin, 1798 [IG]


* Eleanor Geale of Cork Street, Dublin, bap. St. Catherine's, Dublin, 28 Apr 1799, dau. of John and Mary Geale [IG]


* Eleanor (Eleonoram) Geale wife of William (Gulielmi) Geale whose dau. Martham Geale bap. St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin 1815 [IG]


* Elinor Geale, mar. Carlow Parish Church, 10 Jan 1764, Edwd Nicholson [IG]


* Elizabeth Geale, mar. Carlow Parish Church, 7 Aug 1749, William Hamilton [IG]


* Eliza Geale, m. 1791 Rhd. Prior [IM]


* Elizabeth Geale, d. 29 Aug 1772, widow of John Geale


* Elizabeth Geale, b. abt. 1745 Of, Diocese Of Ossory, Leinster Province, m. Ossory, 1766, James Carpenter [LDS]


UPDATED! * Elizabeth Geale of Bachelor's Walk, Dublin, bap. St. Mary's Dublin, 20 Dec 1795, dau. of Frederick & Letitia Geale, m. her cousin William Richardson, esq., an officer in the Horse Guards, d. 1820 without issue [Com, IG, FT]


* Elizabeth Geale, dau. of Benjamin & Anne Geale, d. unm.


* famale Geale, b. 21 Apr 1747, dau. of John Geale, Gent., of Mount Geale, Co. Kilkenny [Mar Lic]


* Frances Geale, b. abt. 1782 Dublin, m. St. Thomas, Dublin, 29 Dec 1803, Urquehart Thompson [IM, LDS]


* Frederick Geale, abt. 1755, son of Benjamin & Anne Geale of Mount Geale, m. Jan or Feb 1781 or 19 Oct 1778, Letitia Brady, Cavan b. abt 1760, 5 sons & 3 daughters: 1. Benjamin Geale who m. Catherine Wild; 2. Frederick Geale d. unm.; 3. John, d.1815; 4. Daniel Geale m. Anne Bickley; 5 Henry Geale, d. 1818; dau. 1. Letitia Geale b. abt. 1781, m. Rev. Wm. Bushe; 2. Isabella Geale, m. James Thorpe; 3. Elizabeth Geale, m. William Richardson. [Com, IM, LDS, etc.]


* Frederick Geale, Lieutenant, 13th light Dragoons, killed at Geta, France, 27 Feb 1814


* Fred. Geale, juror in trial of Garret Dignam for ...assault of Patrick Finskey 23 Aug 1784 [Hibernian Magazine]


* Frederick Geale, son of Frederick & Letitia Geale, d. unm. [Com FT]


* Frederick Geale, mentioned in papers of Charles Abbot, Chief Secretary of Ireland, 1801 relating to the Cork distilleries question [National Archives, Kew]


* Hannah Anna Geale, b. 1790, dau. of Joseph & Sarah Geale, wife of Robert Molloy, d. Athy, 15 Sep 1836, bur. St. John's Athy. Note: Robert Molloy's sister Astrea may also have married a Mr. Geale. [FT]


* Henry Geale, of the Coal Market, Kilkenny, Grocer, Alderman, Mayor of Kilkenny 1788 [A General Directory to the Kingdom of Ireland - Richard Lucas], [Probate 1800]


* Henry Geale, b. 1798, son of Frederick & Letitia Geale, d. 1818 [Com FT]


* Isabella Geale, dau. of Frederick & Letitia Geale, m. 1819, James Thorpe, esq., of Dublin [Com FT]


* Geale & MacBride, Furnishing, Fashionable Ironmongers, 17 Westmoreland Street, Dublin [token abt. 1806-1816]


* Jane Geale, b. 30 Sep 1749, bap. Carlow Parish Church, 8 Oct 1749, dau. of John and Mary Geale [IG]


* Jane Geale, wife of Patk Keogh whose dau. Sarah Keogh was b. 1804 [IG]


* John Geale, father of Robert Geale who was bur. 23 Oct 1656, St. Michan's, Dublin [IG]


* John Gale (who changed his name to Geale), of Mount Geale, b. Lancashire, England, m. Anne Jackson, dau. of C. Jackson of Nottinghamshire, several sons, one who emigrated to America, succeeded by Benjamin Geale [Com, FT]


* John Geale of Coolkerry, Barony of Ossory, Queen’s Co. Also properties in "Slegoe County" [Census of Ireland circa 1659]


* John Geale, mentioned in Will of Father Thady Borhy (Brophy) of Brownstown, P.P. Freshford and Tullaroan, 28 Aug 1671


* John Geale, Cullihill, Queen's County [Will dated 1696]


* John Geale of Carlow, husband of Mary Geale, whose dau. Jane Geale was b. 1749 [IG]


* John Geale, husband of Ann Geale whose dau. (unnamed) was bur. Carlow Parish Church, 26 Feb 1750 [IG]


* John Geale, d. 6 Apr 1750, bur. 7 Apr 1750, Carlow Parish Church [IG]


* John Geale, d. bef. 1772, husband of Elizabeth Geale of Mount Geale, Co. Kilkenny


* John Geale, Rathdowny [Probate 1776]


* John Geale of Morristown, Kildare, m. Miss Carter, Ross Lane 19 Oct 1778


* John Geale, Committee member for erection of Nelson's Pillar, Dublin [listed on plaque dated 15 Feb 1808]


* John Geale, esq., Banker, Jervis Street, Dublin [Pigot & Co. Directory, 1824]


* John Geale, B.A., of Lincoln's Inn, b. 1752, successor to Benjamin Geale at Mount Geale & Anne Geale, 1 dau & heir Anne Geale; d. 25 Jul 1820 [Com FT]


* John Geale, husband of Mary Geale whose dau. Eleanor Geale of Cork Street, Dublin was bap. 1799 [IG]


* John Geale, husband of Mary Geale whose dau. Letitia Geale of Plunket Street, bap. St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1803 [IG]


* John Geale, husband of Mary Geale whose son William Geale of Patrick Street, bap. St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1804, also John Geale 1816, Mary Geale 1818 [IG]


* John Geale, b. 1790, son of Frederick & Letitia Geale, d. 1815 [Com FT]


* John Geale, of Dublin, Lieutenant, 13th Light Dragroons, killed at Waterloo, 18 Jun 1815; Probate 27 Aug 1816 [National Archives, Kew]


* Joseph Geale, of Mount Geale, Co. Kilkenny, father of a son & heir b. 1774


* Joseph Geale, b. abt. 1773 Kinsale, Co. Cork, served in 69th Foot Regiment; Northumberland Fencibles; Meath Militia, discharged 1813 aged 40 after 21 years, 4 months service [National Archives, Kew]


* Joseph Geale, husband of Sarah Geale, father of Hanna Anna Geale who was b. 1790 [FT]


* Joseph Geale, mar. Margt Pasley, St. Mary's Dublin 7 Jan 1809 [IG]


* Joseph Geale, husband of Ann Geale whose son Baptist George Geale was bap. St. Mary's, Dublin 1809 [IG]


* Joseph Geale, husband of Margaret Geale whose son Thomas McBride Geale was bap. St. Mary's, Dublin 1803 [IG]


* Josh Geale, mar. St. Paul's, Dublin, 1 Jan 1814, Cath'ne Baynham [IG]


UPDATED! * Letitia Geale of Bachelor's Walk, Dublin, b. abt. 1781, d. 1819, dau. of Frederick & Letitia Geale, m. Rev. William Bushe, rector of St. George's, Dublin and Templepont, Co. Cavan son of Jervis Parker Bushe, esq., of Kilfane & Miss Grattan, sister of Right. Hon. Henry Grattan etc.; 2 dau. [Com, IG, LDS, FT]


* Letitia Geale (nee Brady), of Ross Lane, Cavan b. abt. 1760 dau. of P. Brady, esq., m. Frederick Geale of Cavan Jan or Feb 1781 or 19 Oct 1778, 5 sons & 3 dau. [Com, IM, LDS, etc.]


* Letitia Geale (nee Bradshaw), dau of Captain Bradshaw, 1st wife of Piers Geale, Crown solicitor


* Lieutenant Geale, Forty-first Regiment, b. Ireland abt. 1790, wounded & taken prisoner in war of 1812, m. Catherine Claus, two children, d. 1820 [Lyons House History, Niagara]


* male Geale, b. at Mount Geale, Co. Kilkenny, 22 May 1774, son & heir of Joseph Geale


* Margaret Geale, wife of Joseph Geale whose son Thomas McBride Geale was bap. St. Mary's, Dublin 1809 [IG]


* Margrita (Margaret) Geale (nee Corcoran), mar. St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin, 5 Sep 1804, Thoma (Thomas), son Thomam (Thomas) Geale, dau Cathrinam (Catherine) Geale [IG]


* Margt Geale (nee Pasley), mar. Joseph Geale, St. Mary's Dublin 7 Jan 1809 [IG]


* Maria Geale, b. abt. 1795 Of, Diocese Of Ossory, Leinster Province, m. Ossory, 1816, Richard Thompson [LDS]

* Mary Geale dau. to William Geale, bur. 28 Jun 1669, St. John's, Dublin [IG]


* Mary Geale of Pleasants Asylum, confirmed by His Grace William Lord Archbishop of Dublin (presumably William King who was Archbishop 1703-1729) [IG]


* Mary Geale of Carlow, wife of John Geale, whose dau. Jane was b. 1749 [IG]


* Mary Geale of Dony Carney, b. abt. 1766, bur. Glasnevin, 6 Oct 1836, aged 70 [IG]


* Mary Geale, wife of John Geale whose dau. Eleanor Geale of Cork Street, Dublin was bap. St. Catherine's, Dublin 1799 and Letitia Geale, bap. St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1803 [IG]


* Mary Geale, wife of John Geale whose dau. Letitia Geale of Plunket Street, bap. St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1803 [IG]


* Mary Geale, wife of John Geale whose son William Geale of Patrick Street, bap. St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1804, also John Geale 1816, Mary Geale 1818 [IG]


* Miss Geale, m. Geo. Morrison 1778 [IM]


* Mr. Unknown Geale of Dominick Street, Dublin, bur. St. Mary's, Dublin, 22 Feb 1795 [IG]


* Mrs. Daniel Geale, wife of Daniel Geale, numerous issue incl. Piers Geale, b. abt. 1774 [Com]


* Mrs. John Geale of Ross Lane, m. 19 Oct 1778 John Geale of Morristown, Kildare


* Mrs. John Geale, wife of John Gale/Geale of Mount Geale, several sons [Com]


UPDATED! * Piers Geale, Crown Solicitor, home circuit, Commissioner of Mountjoy Square, of 13 Mountjoy Square West, Dublin, b. abt. 1774, Dublin, son of Daniel Geale, m. 1stly Letitia Bradshaw, dau. of Captain Bradshaw; m. 2ndly St. Paul's, Dublin, 21 Jul 1803, Catherine Lowther-Crofton, 10 children, d. 8 Aug 1856 aged 80 years, bur. St. Brigid Church of Ireland Churchyard, Castleknock, Co. Dublin [LDS, etc.]


* Robert Geale son of John Geale, bur. 23 Oct 1656, St. Michan's, Dublin [IG]


* Saml Geale, mar. St. Paul's Dublin, 21 Feb 1801, Winifred Moriah Egan [IG]


* Sarah Geale, wife of Joseph Geale, mother of Hanna Anna Geale [FT]


* Sarah Geale, Rathdowney, Protestant, m. 20 Jan 1791, Richard Prior, Rathdowney "on of Attornies" (?) [ML]


* Susanna Geale (nee Harricks), mar. St. Thomas, Dublin, 19 Nov 1791, Ebenezer Geale whose son Dudley Karricks Geale was bap. St. Mary's Dublin, 1795 [IG]


* Thoma (Thomas) Geale, mar. St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin, 5 Sep 1804, Margrita (Margaret) Corcoran; son Thomam (Thomas) Geale, dau Cathrinam (Catherine) Geale [IG]


* Unknown Geale, bur. Carlow Parish Church, 26 Feb 1750, dau. to John and Ann Geale [IG]


* Unknown Geale, child of Ebenezer Geale, bap. St. Patrick, Dublin, 1 Jun 1798 [IG]


* William Geale father of Mary Geale who was bur. 28 Jun 1669, St. John's, Dublin [IG]


* William (Gulielmi) Geale husband of Eleanor (Eleonoram) Geale whose dau's. Martham Geale and Eleonoram Charitatum Geale, bap. St. Andrew's (R.C.), Dublin 1815 [IG]


* Winifred Moriah Geale (nee Egan), mar. St. Paul's Dublin, 21 Feb 1801, Saml Geale [IG]

Note
All persons are thought to be Irish Church (Church of Ireland) unless marked otherwise.


Abbreviations:
abt. About
b. Born
bap. Baptised
bur. Buried
ch. Christened
Co. County
Com History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland
d. Died
dau. Daughter
est. Estimated
etc. et cetera - multiple references
FT Family Tree - Ancestry, Rootsweb
IG Irish Genealogy
IM Irish Marriages, Walker's Hibernian Magazine
incl. including
LDS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (familysearch.org)
mar. Married
Mar Lic or ML Marriage License
poss. Possibly
prob. Probably
PRONI Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
R.C. Roman Catholic
unm. unmarried

First published: 12 SEP 2010
Updated: 26 APR 2015


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