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Re: Bayly, John of Debsborough
Posted by: Deborah Bayly (ID *****9164) Date: November 08, 2005 at 14:05:26
In Reply to: Bayly, John of Debsborough by Valarie Falkiner Albert of 151

John Bayly (the thirteenth) of Debsborough, Nenagh, Co Tipperary, Eire is still today the head of the Irish Bayly family. His forebears have been farming the same land since the early 15 century. See Burke's "The Landed Gentry of Ireland".
A relative of mine (John Bayly b. 1777), married Mary Elizabeth Helena Uniacke of Mount Uniacke, Co Cork in 1800. The name Uniacke continues today as a family name with this branch of Baylys.

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