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(post Mansergh-St George), Richard St George.
Adm. Fell.-Com. at TRINITY, Apr. 29, 1771.
[Only s. of James, of Macroney, Co. Cork (by his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Richard St. George, Commander of the Forces in Ireland). School, Westminster.] Matric. 1774; B.A. 1775.
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 31, 1769.
Assumed the additional surname of St George, Sept.
Ensign, 4th Foot, 1776; Lieut., 52nd Foot, 1777; Capt., 44th Foot, 1778.
Served in America; retired, 1785.
Married Anne Stepney, of Durrow, Westmeath.
Murdered, with his agent, Jasper Uniacke, by a party of United Irishmen, in Co. Cork, February, 1798.
(Record of Old Westminsters; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G. of Ireland.)
|Richard St George MANSERGH |
post Richard St George MANSERGH-ST GEORGE
Approx. lifespan: 17561854
Fell.-Com. Trinity College adm1771:04:29
Only s. of James, of Macroney, Co. Cork (by his 2nd wife, Mary) dau. of Lieutenant-General Richard St George, Commander of: : Forces in Ireland )
Sch: Westminster School Westminster, [ London ]
Adm. at: Middle Temple 1769:10:31
Assumed the additional surname of St George 1774:09:13
Ensign: 4th Foot 1776
Lieutenant: 52nd Foot 1777
Captain: 44th Foot 1778
Served USA ; retired1785
m. Anne Stepney, of Durrow, Co. Westmeath
Murdered, with his agent, Jasper Uniacke, by a party of United Irishmen, Co. Cork , February 1798
( Record of Old Westminsters; Inns of Court ; Burke, L.G. of Ireland .)