Published genealogies and biographies: Burke's landed gentry 1860

Gumbleton of GLANATORE

Gumbleton, Richard-John-Maxwell, Esq. (P2001), of Glanatore otherwise Castleview Co. Cork b. 1834. He m. 4 Nov 1858, Isabella Matilda, dau. of the Hon. Judge Des Barres (P2001a) of the Nova Scotia courts, by whom he had issue, a dau. Isabella-Mary (P2003).

Lineage: the Gumbletons of Ireland are a branch of the Kentish family Gomeldon of Somerfield, the direct line of which failed in an heiress Meliora Gomeldon (J0009) who m. 1st Thos. Poole esq of Cheshire (J0009a) and 2ndly Thos. Stanley esq of Lancashire (J0009b) attainted in 1715. The name was written variously Gumbleton or Gomeldon by both the English and Irish houses. An ancestor of the latter, William Gomeldon esq is mentioned in a bill filed in the Irish court of Chancery against Randal, Marquess of Antrim bearing date 7 Apr 1675. The immediate progenitor of the existing family,

Richard Gumbleton esq (K1001) son & heir of Richard Gumbleton, Esq, of Ballygarron Co Waterford served as High Sheriff of the county of Waterford in 1732. He m. in 1704, Anne, dau. of Wallis Warren, esq (K1001a), ancestor of Sir Augustus Warren, of Warren’s Court, Bart., by whom he left a dau. Anne (K1002) m. in 1733 to William Daunt esq of Kilmonogue (K1002a) and a dau. m. to John Drew of Ballinspellig, descended of Drew of Kilwinny. He also left a son & successor
{{Richard Gumbleton Esq, of Ballygarron|L1001}}, otherwise Castle Richard who m. in 1743, Elizabeth dau of Daniel Conner Esq of Bandon (L1001a), and sister of William Conner Esq of Connerville, co Cork, MP for Bandon in 1761-66 and had issue,

  1. Richard of Castle Richard (M1001) who m. the dau of Hamilton O'Hara Esq (M1001a) of the co. Donegal, and left issue:
    1. Richard-Edward of Castle Richard (N1004) called by him “Glencairn Abbey” who dsp. in 1819 having devised his seat beautifully situated on the Blackwater to his Brother-in-law Mr. Bushe.
    2. Lavinia (N1003) m. to Henry-Amyas Bushe, Esq (N1003a), nephew, maternally, of the Rt. Hon Henry Grattan
    3. Rebecca (N1001) m. to {{Admiral Sir Tristram Ricketts|person|N1001a}], Bart. and KCBof the Elms, Cheltenham
  2. William of Fort William (M1002) dunm.
  3. Robert Warren (M0101) of whom presently
  4. George of Marston (M1003) dsp
  5. Henry of Curriglass House (M1004), capt. 13th dragoons, m in 1792, Sarah, dau of the second lord Massy (M1004a), and had issue (with several daus. of whom Sarah (O0062a) m. the Rev. G. Gumbleton (O0062); and Catherine (O1012), m. Dr. Nelligan, of Dublin (O1012a)) two sons, viz., 1. Richard of Marston (O1010), nr. Tallow, m. Miss Moore (O1010a) and has 1 dau.
    2. William of Curriglass (O1011) near Tallow m. Miss Purcell (O1011a) and had issue.
    1. Jane m. in 1775 to William Daunt, Esq. of Kilcascan
    2. Mary m. to Richard Peard, Esq of Coole
    3. Anne John Rashleigh, Esq, of Ballinadee
    4. Eliza m. to R. Walton, Esq of Waltoncourt
    5. Sarah m. to M. Cramer, Esq of Rathmore
    6. Catherine dunm.
The third son, Robert-Warren Gumbleton, Esq., of Glanatore, m. in 1787 Margaret, dau. of John Bowen, Esq, of Oakgrove, and had issue,
  1. Richard, of Glanatore
  2. John-Bowen, of Fort William near Lismore, high-sheriff, in 1845, of the co. of Waterford, barrister-at-law, b. in June, 1795, m. 6 Jan 1830 Ann, eldest dau. and coheir of Henry Everard, Esq, of Spalding co. Lincoln, d. 8 Dec 1858, having had issue,
    1. Robert, b. 2 Apr 1833, d. unm. 1855
    2. John-Henry, now of Fort William, b. 9 Mar 1841
    3. Henry-Everard, d. young
    4. Richard, d. in infancy
    5. Margaret
    6. Ann d. 1861, wife of Col. Beaufoy Hawley
    7. Meliora
    8. Frances
    9. Mary, d. in infancy
  3. George in Holy orders, of Belgrove, near Cove, m. 1st his cousin Sarah, dau. of Capt. Henry Gumbleton; and 2ndly Miss Penrose of Woodhill: by the latter of whom he has two sons, William-Edward and George
  4. Margaret, m. to Capt. Richard-Gumbleton Daunt
  5. Eliza, m. to Benjamin Hutchins, Esq
  6. Jane, second wife of Joseph Daunt, Esq of Kilcascan
  7. Mary-Anne, wife of William Percy, Esq
  8. Lavinia, m. to Charles Colthurst, Esq of Clonmoyle
  9. Diana, m. to Richard Garde, Esq
The eldest son, Richard Gumbleton, Esq, of Glanatore m 1823, Annie dau of __ Fowke, Esq, of Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, and dying, left surviving issue, an only son, the present Richard John Maxwell Gumbleton, Esq of Glanatore

Arms: Or, on a fesse, wavy, gu., three mullets, of the field, on a canton, az., a fleur-de-lis, gold
Crest: A demi-griffin, with wings endorsed, arg., beaked and legged, gu., holding a mullet, or.
Motto: Momento Mori
Seats: Glanatore, near Tallow

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