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HEPENSTALL

Posted: 2 Jan 2003 6:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Jul 2006 6:11AM GMT
Surnames: HEPENSTALL, HEPENSTAL, HEPPENSTALL.
Looking for any Hepenstall's from the Wicklow Co area of Ireland.......variation of spelling not a problem.

Re: HEPENSTALL

Anne (View posts)
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 10:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
try Hempenstall - one married a Higgins from Avoca
Posted: 20 Dec 2008 4:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Higgins
Hi Anne,
its Jim HIGGINS, hope you get this.
Love to make contact and seek help re my HIGGINS tree; jameshiggins1@sky.com.
Jim

Re: HEPENSTALL

Posted: 4 Jan 2009 6:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
In the LDS Civil Registration CD are the following:

Heppenstall, James born 9 June 1868 birthplace #1037 Arklow,
Fa: George Heppenstall Mo. Margaret Heppenstall FHL#101168

Hepenstall, James born 1 Aug. 1871 #940 Newcastle, Wi.
Fa: James Hepenstall Mo. Frances Allen FHL # 255827

Hepenstall, Amy Susanna born 13 Jan 1874 Newcastle, Wicklow
Fa: James Hepenstall Mo. Frances Allen #255894

No Marriages for any varient.

1798 Rebellion Claims and Compensation CD.

Edward Lambert Hepenstal, Gentleman, residence Birr, Parish Newcastle Lower. Damages in Newcastle, Kings Co. Two houses burned 594 Pounds - no amount paid listed

Thomas Hepenstal, a smith, Ballylin, Wexford loss of corn growing and meadow 16/14/1 paid in full

Annette

Re: HEPENSTALL

Posted: 4 Jan 2009 7:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
Found this looking for Leeson:

Jane Leeson born 4 July, 1871 #939 Newcastle
Fa: William Leeson Mo. Catherine Hepenstall FHL#255827

Annette

Re: HEPENSTALL

Posted: 30 Jun 2009 2:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HEPENSTALL
Annette,
Do you have interest in this Hepenstall family?
If so please contact me:-
kiwipam@aol.com
Thanks

Lambert & Adair families, Stilebawn & Kilcroney

Posted: 20 Aug 2009 3:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Monck, Adair, Lambert, Hepenstal, Howard, Parnell
REGISTRY OF DEEDS, DUBLIN, IRELAND.
21 / 103 / 10896

1718 4 12 I mortgage LAMBERT Richard Gent. Kilcrony, WICKLOW P1 P2
1718-4-21 Kilcrony, half ba of Rathdown, WICK, 202 Acres profitable plantation measure
from A to B subj to redempt on pymt £60 Ster for remainder of lease of 61 yrs
(CDE to A for 61 years from 20 Mar 1714 at £40 for 1st year & £41 thereafter. A

1718 4 12 I mortgage ADAIR Robert Esq. Dublin city P2 A
1718-4-21 Kilcrony, half ba of Rathdown, WICK, 202 Acres profitable plantation measure
from A (Richard LAMBERT) to B (Robert ADAIR) subj to redempt on pymt £60 Ster for remainder of lease of 61 yrs
(CDE to A for 61 years from 20 Mar 1714 at £40 for 1st year & £41 thereafter. B

1718 4 12 I mortgage MONCK Charles Esq. P1
1715 5 3 1718-4-21 Kilcrony, half ba of Rathdown, WICK, 202 Acres profitable plantation measure
from CDE to A for 61 years from 20 Mar 1714 at £40 yearly rent for 1st year and £41 per year thereafter. C

21 103 10896 1718 4 12 I mortgage MONCK Agnata wife of C P1
1715 5 3 1718-4-21 Kilcrony, half ba of Rathdown, WICK, 202 Acres profitable plantation measure
from CDE to A for 61 years from 20 Mar 1714 at £40 yearly rent for 1st year and £41 per year thereafter. D

21 103 10896 1718 4 12 I mortgage STEPHENS John Esq. Dublin city P1 1715 5 3 . E

Richard Lambert may have obtained a mortgage from Robert Adair for the townland of Kilcroney, co Wicklow.
It appears Richard Lambert had a son, John Lambert, who m.1742 Elizabeth Adair, dau of Robert Adair,
and after their marriage they had the nearby townland of Stilebawn / Stylebawn with it’s mansion house of Bushy / Bushey Park. Part of a 1904 Court Order mentions “The whole townland (of Stylebawn) is held in fee by Viscount Monck whose predecessors made a lease forever thereof Monck to Stephens (was it to Adair or Lambert who had a mortgage from Stephens ?) 26 & 27 November 1718 at 18 pounds 7 shillings sterling.

By lease dated 13 Feb 1747 Wm. Monck devised to John Lambert the whole townland for lives renewable forever
at 50 pounds Irish, subsequently converted into a fee farm grant 1856 at 46 pounds 3 shillings and 1 penny.
John Lambert was a Dublin attorney “agent” for the Adairs and probably for the Wingfield family at Powerscourt.

Under a lease dated 1808 the tenant in residence had been the Hon. Hugh Howard, succeeded later by his son, Sir Ralph Howard, Bart. In 1776 the Hon Hugh Howard’s father had been created the first Baron Clonmore and in 1785 Viscount Wicklow. The Hon Hugh Howard’s great-grandson was Charles Stewart Parnell who, in 1884, executed a deed of conveyance whereby he rent the entire lands of Stylebawn / Silebawn amounting to 36 acres, 2 r.34pl. and sub-let occupation to his under-tenant Sir John Crampton, KCB, Bart. From 1875 Parnell was agressively active in the House of Commons until his death in 1891, as a forceful orator for the Irish Nationalist cause, often speaking out against landlords, but it is noteworthy to mention, that here, he himself, became a landlord.

I have a copy of a Public Auction notice of 31 Oct 1900 re John Howard Parnell for lands of
Clonkeen and part of Corrasillagh, bar Ballinacor South,
part of lands of Kingston and part of Timullen, bar Arklow;
Ballyteige, Avondale, Ballytrasna, and Ballindring, alias “The Meetings” bar of Ballinacor North ;
part of the lands of Carrignamwell, Carrignamuch, and Ballinaskea, bar Ballinacor South;
part of Rockstown Lower, bar of Ballinacor South ;
part of Ticlash, bar Arklow ;
part of Stilebawn otherwise Bushy Park (Bushy Park was the house on Stylebawn demesne
which may have been named after a Mr. Bushe ) bar Rathdown,
all in County Wicklow.

The Adair / Lambert descentants sold Bushy Park in 1961 to Miss Phillippe Boyle, having held it for about 250 years.
A few years later, Miss Boyle had died and about 1965 Bushy Park / Stilebawn was sold to an English gentleman who said he had to do some repairs, and wasn’t it a magnificent specimen of a fine Georgian House.

Has anyone records of it being an Inn ?
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