|Beauman of Hyde Park|
Hyde Park, Inch, Co. Wexford
|Hyde Park: entrance front in 2022.|
Beauman family of Hyde Park
(1) Mary Bauman (b. 1729), baptised at Inch, 27 February 1728/9; married [forename unknown] Lawless; possibly the woman of this name who died in Dublin in 1776;
(2) John Bauman (later Beauman) (c.1735-1802) (q.v.);(3) Barry Bauman (fl. 1745); died without issue;(4) Margaret Bauman.
(1) Margaret Beauman (c.1760-1818), born about 1760; a Roman Catholic in religion; married Barry Lawless (1760-1820) of Cherrywood (Co. Dublin) and Shankill (a delegate to the Catholic Convention of 1792 who in 1793 conformed to the Church of Ireland), but had no issue; died at Tours (France), February 1818;(2) Anne Beauman (c.1761-1843), born about 1761; a Roman Catholic in religion; married, 12 September 1808, as his third wife, William Talbot (1765-1849) of Castle Talbot (Co. Wexford), but had no issue; died at Farley (Staffs), May 1843;(3) John Christopher Beauman (1764-1836) (q.v.);(4) Edward Barry Beauman (b. 1767), born 5 March 1767 and baptised at Inch; a military cadet with the East India Company and later an officer in the 19th Foot (Ensign, 1799; retired 1801); said to have died in India*;(5) Capt. Michael Beauman (c.1770-1809), born about 1770; an officer in the Madras Artillery (Cadet, 1790; Ensign, 1791; Lt., 1796; Capt., 1801); Superintendent of the Madras Arsenal; married, 8 May 1798 at Masulipatam (India), Mary (b. 1780) (who m2, 4 May 1810 in Dublin, Arthur Stock (1782-1831), son of Rt. Rev. Joseph Stock, Bishop of Killala and Achonry, and had further issue two sons, but separated from him in 1813, and moved to London where she was last heard of in 1817), daughter of Maj-Gen. George Lancelot Wahab, and had issue several children, of whom only one son survived to adulthood; died at sea while returning to England on the Indiaman, Lady Dundas, 14 March 1809; will proved in Dublin, 1811;(6) William Beauman (c.1772-1837), born about 1772; admitted a solicitor in Dublin, 1794, and practised there; married, 1796, Charity (1768-1848), daughter of John Barrington and widow of Tenison Edwards of Old Court (Co. Wicklow), and had issue one son and two daughters; died 12 February and was buried at Inch, 17 February 1837; will proved in Dublin, 1837;(7) Rear-Adm. Francis Beauman (1778-1846); an officer in the Royal Navy from 1790 (Midshipman, 1791; Lt., 1796; Cdr., 1805; Capt., 1807; Rear-Adm., 1841), who while a lieutenant became something of an expert in the quelling of mutinies, although in 1797 he had a narrow escape from being hung by the crew of HMS Pomfee; married, 18 July 1835 at the British Embassy in Paris (France), Countess Isabella Elizabeth (1790-1858), daughter of Francis Joseph Maria Henry de Viry, Baron de la Perriere (and later Count de Viry), also known as Henry Speed, and widow of Capt. Norman John Bond (1789-1827) of 39th Foot; died at Genoa (Italy), December 1846;(8) Mary Beauman (d. 1838); a Roman Catholic in religion; died unmarried in Dublin, about October 1838; will proved 1838.
(1) Elizabeth Anne Beauman (c.1797-1861), born about 1797; married, 20 October 1841 at Inch, as his second wife, Sir John Kennedy (1785-1848), 1st bt., of Johnstown Kennedy, but had no issue; died 3 March 1861;(2) Anne Margaret Beauman (c.1799-1872), born about 1799; died unmarried, 19 April 1872 and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin;(3) John Christopher Beauman (1800-40) (q.v.);(4) twin, Matthew Forde Beauman (1803-72) (q.v.);(5) twin, Jane Beauman (b. 1803), baptised at Inch, 31 January 1803; died young;(6) Charity Isabella Beauman (c.1804-96), born about 1804; married, 18 September 1835 at Inch, Lt. Henry Cavendish Hore RN (1790-1867), fourth son of William Hore of Harperstown, and had issue; died aged 92 at Plymouth (Devon), 30 January 1896;(7) Jane Emily Beauman (c.1806-71), born about 1806; died unmarried, 23 October 1871 and was buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin.
(1) Ellen Beauman (1842-1900), born 11 April 1842; died unmarried, 6 January 1900 and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin; will proved 1 October 1900 (estate £229);(2) Jane Emily Beauman (1843-1920), baptised at Inch, 29 October 1843; died unmarried, 3 July 1920; will proved 25 August 1920;(3) Harriet Beauman (1845-1900), baptised at Inch, 6 April 1845; married, 9 January 1878 at Inch, Maj. John Christopher Hore (c.1838-1902) of Oakley House, Shrewsbury (Shrops.), son of Henry Cavendish Hore, and had issue one son and two daughters; died 2 June 1900; will proved 2 October 1900 (estate £362);(4) John Christopher Beauman (1846-69), born 3 March and baptised at Inch, 12 April 1846; educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (matriculated 1865); died unmarried in the lifetime of his father, 8 April 1869 and was buried at Inch (Co. Wexford);(5) Anne Margaret Beauman (1847-1918), baptised at Inch, 6 June 1847; died unmarried, 6 September 1918; administration of goods granted 27 October 1920;(6) Isabella Beauman (1848-71), baptised at Inch, 16 July 1848; died unmarried, 7 July 1871 and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin;(7) twin, Elizabeth Beauman (1850-89), baptised at Inch, 11 August 1850; married, 4 January 1888 at Inch, Henry Charles Quin of Bloemfontein (South Africa), son of William Quin; died of meningitis, 7 September 1889; administration granted 27 February 1890 (effects £446);(8) twin, Mary Beauman (1850-93), baptised at Inch, 11 August 1850; died unmarried, 2 June 1893; administration of goods granted 22 July 1893 (effects £278);(9) Emily Beauman (1853-1940), baptised at Inch, 6 February 1853; an accomplished harpist; died unmarried, 9 July and was buried at Inch, 12 July 1940; her will was proved in England, 5 February 1940 (estate £5,294) and in Ireland, 28 April 1941 (estate £2,212).
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