Published genealogies and biographies: Burke's landed gentry 1847


Gumbleton of Castleview

Gumbleton, Richard (O1001), Esq. of Castleview, co. Cork; m in 1823, Annie (O1001a), dau of ___ Fowke, esq. of Tewkesbury, county Gloucester, and had issue,

Lineage:
The Gumbletons of Ireland are a branch of the Kentish family Gomeldon of Somerfield, the direct line of which failed in an heiress Meliora Gomeldon (J0009) who m. 1st Thomas Poole (J0009a) esq of Cheshire and 2ndly Thomas Stanley (J0009b) esq of Lancashire, attainted in 1715. The name was written variously Gumbleton or Gomeldon by both the English and Irish houses. An ancestor of the latter, William Gomeldon esq, is mentioned in a bill filed in the Irish court of Chancery against Randal, Marquess of Antrim bearing date 7 Apr 1675. The immediate progenitor of the existing family,

Richard Gumbleton esq son & heir of Richard Gumbleton, Esq. of Ballygarron Co. Waterford served as High-Sheriff of the county of Waterford in 1732. By his wife a dau. of ___ Drew of Bishopstown he left a dau. Anne (K1002) m. to Robert Daunt esq and a son & successor,

Richard Gumbleton (L1001), Esq., of Ballygarron, otherwise Castle Richard, who m. Elizabeth dau of Daniel Conner, Esq, (L1001a) of Bandon, and sister of William Conner, Esq, of Connerville, co. Cork, and had issue,

  1. Richard of Castle Richard (M1001), who m. the dau of Hamilton O'Hara, Esq (M1001a) and left issue:
    1. Richard Edward (N1004) of Castle Richard (called by him “Glencairn Abbey”) who dsp. in 1819 having devised his seat beautifully situated on the Blackwater to his Brother-in-law Mr. Bushe (N1003a).
    2. Lavinia (N1003) m. Henry-Amyes Bushe, Esq (N1003a)
    3. Rebecca (N1001) m. to Admiral Sir Tristram Ricketts (N1001a), KCB
  2. William of Fort William (M1002) dunm.
  3. Robert Warren (M0101) of whom presently
  4. George of Marston (M1003) dsp
  5. Henry of Curriglass House (M1004), capt. 13th dragoons, m in 1792, Sarah, dau of the second lord Massy (M1004a), and had issue (with several daus. of whom Sarah (O0062a) m. the Rev. G. Gumbleton (O0062); and Catherine (O1012), m. Dr. Nelligan, of Dublin (O1012a)) two sons, viz.,
The third son, Robert-Warren Gumbleton, Esq. (M0101), of Castleview, m. Margaret, dau. of John Bowen, Esq (M0101a), of Oakgrove, and had issue,

Arms: Or, on a fesse, wavy, gu., three mullets, of the field, on a canton, az., a fleur-de-lis, gold
Crest: A demi-griffin, with wings endorsed, arg., beaked and legged, gu., holding a mullet, or.
Motto: Momento Mori
Seats: Castle View, near Tallow, of Richard Gumbleton, Esq.; Fort William, near Lismore, of JB Gumbleton, Esq.; Belgrove, near Cove, of the Rev. G Gumbleton; Marston, near Tallow, of Richard-Henry Gumbleton, Esq.; and Curriglass House, near Tallow, of Mrs. Gumbleton, widow of William Gumbleton, Esq.

Burke's Landed Gentry
1847

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