Name: Robert Durpatrick
Suffix: Esq 1
Residence: Stillorgan, Ireland
Change Date: 16 MAR 2008
Before his death, which took place in 1407, John Cruise had assigned the manor [which manor?] to John Derpatrick and his wife Maria, who was possibly a daughter of Cruise, and on Derpatrick being killed soon afterwards, in 1410, while taking part in an expedition under the Lord-Deputy against the O?Tooles, it passed to his eldest son, Robert Derpatrick.
The manor house was, in 1422, occupied by the principal tenant, John Loghenan, but portion of the lands was retained by the owner, and was doubtless cultivated for him by his tenants, who comprised besides Loghenan, another Englishman, Richard Locumbe and two Irishmen.
Robert Derpatrick, who had married a daughter of the Chief Baron of the Exchequer, James Uriell, had died before that time, leaving an only daughter, and as the manor was entailed in the male line, his brother Stephen succeeded to it.
Stephen was then a minor, and for some years the manor was vested in Bartholomew de Bathe, of Drumcondra (who had married Robert Derpatrick?s widow) and other trustees, and was the subject of much litigation. Not long after he came of age, Stephen Derpatrick committed some crime, which led to his being proclaimed an outlaw, and the manor then reverted to the Cruise family.
Father: John Derpatrick
Wife of Robert Durpatrick
- Alicia Durpatrick
- Type: Book
Title: Burke's Extinct & Dormant Baronetcies
Author: John Burke & John Bernard Burke
Text: Full title: A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland
- Type: Book
Periodical: The History of the County of Dublin
Author: Francis Elrington Ball