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Patrick 
Bellew
+ post 1770


Patrick 
Bellew
, esq. of Ballendiness, Castle Martyr.. A relation? Will of Patrick Bellew 18th February 1708 admin. 1722 In the name of God Amen. Eighteenth day of February 1708. I Patrick Bellew of Thomastown, in the County of Louth gentleman, being very sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and many thanks be given to God therefore calling to mind ye mortality of my body and know that it is appointed for all men once to dye, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul unto the hands of God, who gave it and my body. I recommend to the earth to be buried in Loughinisland in a christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my executors. In Primus: I leave to my beloved nephew and niece Philemon and his wife Mary Mc Cartan alias Flemming all my real estate and inheritance and to their heirs. Secondly: My will is that the said Philemon Mc Cartan and his wife shall have sixty nine pounds four shillings sterling, they paying out of the said money as I shall order to be disbursed for my legacies and funeral expenses. Item: My will is that my brother William Bellew shall have forty guineas which are in real gold in my desk. Item: I leave to my said brother all my papers, my nightgown, and every other thing contained in my desk. Item: I leave to Dan Mc Cartan, my suit of clothes and a guinea in money. To John Armstrong ten shillings. To Pat Drumgoole ten shillings. To Mr Mart? Makeaghty ten shillings. To the Franciscan fathers ten shillings. To the Dominican fathers ten shillings. Item: I leave to Pat Dowdall twenty shillings, my tobacco box, and my book called Thomas A Kempis. Item: My will is and I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint the said Philemon Mc Cartan and his said wife Mary Mc Cartan to be executors of this my last will and testament and revoking and annulling all wills and testaments whatsoever made by me at any time before the present day. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. PAT BELLEW loco sigalli Signed sealed and published and pronounced by the said Pat Bellew as his last will and testament in the presence of; John Moffett William Moffett Pat Jordone 20/26 April 1728

Born: Baptised:
Died: post 1770Buried:
Family:
Bellew

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Set Relationship | Relationship | Options ]

1.
Patrick 
Bellew
(
Pratt
) + post 1770
2.
Robert 
Bellew
(
Wright
)
4.
Patrick 
Bellew
(
Neville
)
5.
Honor 
Neville
(
Bellew
)
3.  
 

Siblings


1.
F/? 
Bellew

2.
F/? 
Bellew


Spouses



1. Castle Martyn, co. Cork, Ireland, , , 22nd Sep 1763
Sarah (Sally) 
Pratt
(
Bellew
) + post 1770

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Sarah (Sally) 
Pratt
(
Bellew
) + post 1770
1.
Sarah Margaret 
Bellew
2.
Maj. Patrick Edward 
Bellew
3.
Brianna 
Bellew
(
Fitton
)
4.
Lt. Christopher 
Bellew
5.
Maj. Patrick 
Bellew
6.
Louisa 
Bellew
7.
Robert 
Bellew
(
Fowke
) + post 1805
7a.
Sophia 
Fowke
(
Bellew
) 1769 - post 1805
7.1.
Frances 
Bellew
1793 - 1806
7.2.
Lt. Patrick Edward 
Bellew
1794 - 1812
7.3.
Louisa 
Bellew
(
Graves
) 1797 - ante 1827 ...
7.4.
Capt. Francis John 
Bellew
(
Temple
,
Shout
) 1799 - 1868 ...
7.5.
Lt. Christopher Robert 
Bellew
1800 - 1826
7.6.
Maj. Henry Walter 
Bellew
(
Jeremie
) 1802 - 1842 ...
7.7.
Sarah Margaret Elizabeth 
Bellew
* 1805
8.
Capt. Francis John 
Bellew
+ post 1820
9.
Capt. Henry Walter 
Bellew
+ post 1829
Sources

Timeline


???Born
22nd Sep 1763Married
Sarah (Sally) 
Pratt
(
Bellew
) + post 1770 Ireland
post 1770Died
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