|Anne Crooke WARREN
|The Gumbletons of counties Cork and Waterford are believed to be descended from the Gomeledon family of Kent. However, the exact link has never been proven. Richard Gumbleton’s origins are unknown, nor is the source of his wealth, but he was settled at Lismore in county Waterford in the early 18th century and purchased some of the forfeited estate of the Earl of Clancarty in the barony of Muskerry, including Ummera, in 1703.
He married Anne Crook Warren of Warrens Court and had five children.
He named his seat “Castle Richard”, but it is otherwise known as Ballygarron, Co. Waterford, Ireland.
He died in 1757.
|24 Jun 1703
|Constant grant from the Trustees of forfeited estates in Ireland to Richard Gumbleton of the lands of Ummery
|Marriage of Richard GUMBLETON and Anne WARREN
|Ireland, Ireland, Ireland
|Marriage licence bonds (Ireland), 1704
|13 Sep 1753
|Richard GUMBLETON referenced in Dublin Registry of Deeds, 1753
|1 Nov 1755
|Sir Antony Abdy, Lincoln's Inn, to Hartington, 1755
|16 May 1757
|Will of Richard Gumbleton, the elder, co. Waterford
|Co Waterford, Ireland
|20 Sep 1757
|Deeds of lease and release for John Parker of Cork
|27 Oct 1758
|Dublin Registry of Deeds, 1758
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