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  • ID: I65718
  • Name: Luke Netterville
  • Prefix: Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1560
  • Residence: Douth or Dowth, co. Meath
  • LVG: 1559
  • Occupation: Second justice of the court of king's bench
  • Note: 1

    Head of Stirnet pedigree.
    aka Lucas Netterville.
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    The family of Netterville is faid to have settled in Ireland on the sirst reduction of the kingdom, in the reign of Henry II. John Netterville of Douth, was a judge of the court of Common Pleas in that kingdom. His son, Patrick, succeeded at Douth, and was father of John, who, on April 26, 1499, was constituted one of the commissioners of the peace for the barony of Slane.
    His son, Lucas Netterville of Douth, was, on Oct. 19, 1559, made second justice of the King's Bench. His son, John, succeeded at Douth, and represented the county of Meath in parliament, 15S5; and died at Douth, Sept. 20, 1601.
    (A Biographical Peerage of Ireland - Page 192. 1817.)
  • _UID: A8BFA9318E864150BD8E2453929EBB5EF167
  • Change Date: 2 APR 2013



    Father: John Netterville
    Mother: Alice or Elizabeth St. Lawrence

    Marriage 1 Margaret Luttrell
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children John Netterville

    Sources:
    1. Type: Web Site
      Title: Stirnet Genealogy
      Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
      URL: www.stirnet.com
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