Lodge’s Peerage

The Peerage of Ireland, or, A Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom by John Lodge,
revised by Mervyn Archdall.


Volume I

p. 99 Edward Fitzgerald, brother of Gerald, 11th Earl of Kildare, born 17 January 1528, married Mabel, daughter and heir of Sir John Leigh, and widow of Sir John Paston of Norfolk, and had two sons and three daughters.

p. 236 Mr William Nugent married Margaret Leigh, and there was no issue.

p. 258 Mr George Fielding of St Edmondsbury in Suffolk born in 1642, married a daughter of Sir John Lee Knight.

p. 283 Anthony Brabazon, Earl of Meath, married Grace, daughter of John Leigh of Rosegarland, Wexford.

p. 298 Mr Edmund Denny married Margaret, daughter of Ralph Leigh, Esq, and she died in 1487.

p. 318 Sir John Chichester Bart, MP married Anne, daughter of John Leigh of Newport in the Isle of Wight.


Volume II

p. 111 Thomas Moore born 1716, a DD, married on 15 May, 1653, the dau of William Lay of Downham in Norfolk, Esq.

p. 178 Catherine, dau of William Fitzwilliam, married to Sir John Lee of St Edmondsbury in Suffolk, third son of Sir Robert Lee, Lord Mayor of London.

p. 199 Patrick Fitzmaurice, 19th Earl of Kerry had daus (Honora, married to William Fenton, son and heir to Sir William Fenton, but who drowned, issue died) and Joan or Jane, who married secondly, Sir Thomas Leigh, who died before his father.  Thomas, Lord Leigh, succeeded to his grandfather in that title.

p. 203 Jane Piers married Francis Leigh of Culion, county Westmeath, son of Sir James Leigh, Knight.

p. 227 Catherine, dau of William Blount (Mountjoy) married Sir Maurice Berkeley and had Gertrude or Bertruda who married secondly, Barnabas Leigh of Chester.

p. 290 Robert Beresford's dau, Catherine, married George Lee of Mayfield, or Mathfield, county Stafford.


Volume III

Bernard Ward married a daughter of the Leigh family of High Leigh in Cheshire, then came to Ireland, in 1570.


Volume IV

p. 82 Sir George Villiers had a dau Elizabeth who married Sir John Botelir (or Butler) Hereford, had three daus, of whom one married Sir Francis Leigh, knight, Bart, created Earl of Chichester, whose three daus and co-heirs included Jane, who was third wife to Sir James Ley, Earl of Marlborough.

p. 129 Thomas, second surviving son to the first Lord Leigh of Leighton Buzzard, in Bedford had a dau Alicia, who married in August 1678, Altham, second son of the first Earl of Anglesea.

p. 201 Arms of Dillon-Lee, (of Lee of Litchfield);  Quarterly, first and fourth pearl a lion passant between three crescents ruby, (for Dillon), second and third pearl, a fess between three crescents, diamond (for Lee).


Volume V

p. 11 John Tracey, Viscount Tracey, married Elizabeth, eldest surviving dau of Thomas the first Lord Leigh of Stoneley.

p. 12 William Tracey, Viscount Tracey, married secondly, the third and youngest dau of Sir Thomas Leigh, who died before his father Thomas, the second Lord Leigh, by his second wife Jane, dau of Patrick, 19th Earl of Kerry.

p. 28 Eleanora, eldest dau and co-heir of Sir Henry Lee of Ditchley in Oxfordshire, Baronet, married James, first Earl of Abingdon.

p. 79 Dorothy How married to Henry Lee of Dungeon near Canterbury.

p. 229 Sir John Temple, married Dorothy, dau and co-heir to Edmund Leigh of Stanton-Barry in Bucks, Esq.

p. 244 Henry Temple Viscount Palmerston, on 18 June 1753, married the eldest dau of Col Lee by Lady Elizabeth Lee, his wife, sister to George-Henry Lee, late Earl of Litchfield.


Volume VI

p. 20 Agnes Lee, nee Rose dau of George Rose, sister of Henry, widow of Richard Lee of Clonderalaw, who died 12 Mar 1707.


Volume VII

p. 44 John Tyrell married Sybilla, heir of Sir Hugh de Ley, nephew to Sir Adam de Hereford of Leixlip, about 1400 ad.

p. 85 Charles Dillon-Lee, Lord Viscount Dillon of Costello-Gallen, married in 1776, Henrietta-Maria Phipps.

p. 253 Christian, daughter of Henry Lee of Clanderelaw, married Thomas Crofton of Askeaton, Limerick.

p. 254 Robert Leigh of Ballybrittas alias Rosegarland and of Tynterne, 'of her right' and took the name of Colclough.  (When he died, she remarried, and her second husband also took the name of Colclough).