Power, 3rd son. Poss. Tuam Herald 10 August 1844 / 10 August 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland / 12 August 1844 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland MARRIED In the Cathedral of St Mary's, on the vening of Saturday, the 3rd inst., James third son of Charles Blake, Esq., of this town, to Alicia Mary, second daughter of the later Grattan Power, Esq., of Glanmore. After the ceremony, the happy pair proceeded to Meelick to spend the honeymoon. Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail 10 August 1844 August 3, In Tuam, James Blake Esq., third son of Charles Blake, to Mary, second daughter of the late Grattan Power, Esq., of Glamore. ??? Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail 04 April 1832 "It is asserted that a popular actor, eminent for his skill in the delineation of Irish character, has two sisters countesses and a third connected with one of the highest official personages in the country." - Globe. The actor alluded to is Mr Grattan Power, who is no more related to Lady Blessington and her sister, Mrs Sutton Manners, than we are. Power was originally a printer's apprentice, in a Welsh town, who preferred typifying nature on the stage to composing the types of passing events. -Age. Waterford Chronicle 11 September 1852 "William Grattan Tyrone Power was born near Kilmacthomas, in the county of Waterford, on the 2nd November, 1797 - a soil favourable to the growth of theatrical genius; the same county having given birth, at an earlier and a later period to Dorothea Jordan and Charles Kean." Does this mean there were two Grattan Powers, ours being the other one, who died in 1822, whose connections maybe were indeed the eminent ones? CvM Poss. Statesman and Dublin Christian Record 09 August 1844 August 3, In Tuam, James Blake, Esq., third son of Charles Blake, to Mary, second daughter of the late Grattan Power, Esq., of Glanmore.