Irish Wills, Probates and Testimony

Irish probate and estate documents are valuable sources of family data when tracing your roots. They are a substitute for Census or Vital Statistics, particularly in the 1700's and 1800's, since all persons with estates worth more than 5 pounds were required to file. Part I contains a record of more than 260 documents with about a thousand Daltons and their relatives mentioned in the details.

The Will of one of the entries, Maurice Dalton, follows this list.  Part II contains another 70 document entries. Our appreciation is extended to DGS member, Mike Dalton for extracting from microfilm and published sources. Note: There are some Wills dated 1600's.

Notes from Mike Dalton:
Most of Ireland's testamentary documents ie. wills, probates and administration of estates were lost in The Four Courts Fire in Dublin in April, 1922. Some abstracts and indexes were compiled prior to that. Some surviving records have been collected over the years and deposited in the National Archives of Ireland (NAI) in Dublin. Prior to 1858, jurisdiction was under the Church of Ireland; post 1858, jurisdiction became a government function through district registries. An 1857 law required that all probates more than 20 years old be sent to the Public Record Office in Dublin. As a rule of thumb: some sort of will was needed for estates worth more than 5 Pounds and estates worth more than 100 pounds were taxed; this would preclude the majority of Irish people who were of lesser means. Other estate related records may yet to be found in: Registry of Deeds (Dublin), Inland Revenue Commission (NAI) and Prerogative Court of Canterbury (PRONI - Belfast). The present text is merely a portal.

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INDEX OF RECORDS (1484- 1858)

At National Archives of Ireland per Irish Origins website. These records are indexed thusly: Testator, name, status/ occupation. county, parish, address, date of death, date of will, date of grant, where proved/ granted, executor/ executrix, executor address, document type, document status, notes, na (National Archives) reference no., volume name.

1. Anne Dalton of Waltham Terrace, Blackrock, Dublin had a grant dated 25 Nov. 1853 by the Prerogative Court in an original estate administration document.  Na: TEC/3482

2. Blundell Dalton had a will dated 1835 by the Prerogative Court in which E. Winder of Fitzwilliam St., Dublin was named executor in a transcript of the court document.  na: IAR/1835/1F/154   volume: 4/237/34

3. Catherine Dalton had a will proved 1837 by Ossory Diocese in which N.Connford of Knockinure,Glenkeen, Tipperary, N.R. was named executor in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1837/F/251    volume: 4/236/29

4. Christopher Dalton of Dublin had a will dated 19 Jan, 1757 and it was proved 5 Feb. 1757 by the Prerogative Court in an original probate. na: 1160/1/18

5. Christopher Dalton, gent of Milltown, Co.Westmeath had a will dated 1658 by the Prerogative Court in an abstract of the will. na: Jennings/178

6. Dominick Dalton had a will dated 1835 by the Prerogative Court in which E. Winder of Fitzwilliam St., Dublin was named executor.   na: IAR/1835/F/142   volume: 4/237/34

7. Edward Dalton esquire of Deerpark, Clare had a grant of probate in year 1750 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of probate.  na: Prerogative Grant Book F/135 /a

8. Edward Dalton of Croughal, Churchtown, Westmeath had a will dated 13 July 1638 in which a copy of the will is in: Deeds and Wills in Chancery Inquisitions (Westmeath) vol. 12, part 2., p. 330.  na: RC5/12/2/ p. 330

9. Elizabeth Dalton of St. Anns, Dublin had a Grant of Marriage Licence Bond in year 1786 by Dublin and Glendalough Diocese for her marriage to William Eustace in an abstract of grant.    na: T/1760/ j

10. Garret Dalton of Ballynacarrow, Rathconrath, Westmeath had a will dated 26 Dec. 1612 in which a copy of the will is in: Deeds and Wills in Chancery Inquisitions (Co. Westmeath) vol. 12, part 2, p. 628.     na: RC5/12/2/p. 628

11. Gerrald Dalton farmer of Ballymaging, Castlemore, Co. Mayo had a grant dated 1748 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the court document.  na: Prerogative Grant Book/F/10a

12. Henry Dalton had a will proved in 1839 by Killalloe & Kilfenora Diocese in which T. Dalton  of Ballaghaderon was named executor in a transcript of the court document   na: IAR/1839/F/140    volume: 4/237/36

13. Henry Dalton had a will proved in 1832 by Cashel & Emily Diocese in which Mary Dalton of Cashel, Tipperary was named executrix in a transcript of the court document.    na: IAR/ 1832/F/137   volume: 4/237/33

14. Isaac Dalton gent of Athy, Kildare had a grant of probate in year 1727 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the will and grant.   na: Prerogative Grant Book/F/274/b

15. James Dalton provision dealer of Tullow, Carlow had a grant of probate in year 1855 by the Prerogative Court in an original of the court document.     na: T/417     1931

16. John Dalton of Ardagh had a will proved by Ardagh Diocese in which Thomas Brady of Mullaghavorneen, Ballymacormick, Co. Longford was named executor in an transcript of the court document.   na: IAR/1829/F/13    volume: 4/237/31

17. John Dalton had a will proved in year 1835 by the Prerogative Court in which E. Dalton of Raheenduff, Co. Wexford was named executor in a transcript of the court document.   na: IAR/1835/F/88  volume: 4/237/34

18. John K. Dalton had a will proved in year 1833 by the Prerogative Court in which E.R. Morgan of Arran Quay, Dublin was named executor in a transcript of the court document. na: IAR/1833/F/160        volume: 4/237/33

19. John McHubbert Dalton of The Anoghvaile, Noughaval Parish, Westmeath had a will dated 4 April 1608 in which copy of the will is in: Deeds and Wills in  Chancery Inquisitions (Co. Westmeath) vol.12, part 2, p.15.  na: RC5/12/2/p. 15 vol. 11, part 1, p. 201  na: RC5/11/1/ p. 201

20. Luke Bond Dalton had a will proved in year 1828 by the Prerogative Court in which Elizabeth Dalton of Great Georges St., South, Dublin was named executrix in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1828/F/49   volume: 4/236/14

21. Margaret Dalton had a will  proved in year 1829 by the Prerogative Court in which James Dalton of Great Georges St., South, Dublin was named executor in a transcript of the will   na: IWR/1829/F/397 volume 4/236/15

22. Maurice Dalton of Bromore, Kilconly, Kerry had a will proved in year 1812 by the Prerogative Court in a plain copy of the will. na: T/15816; T/15792  note: Full text of will in Daltons In History Newsletter - April, 2006.

23. Michael Dalton of Woodpark, Clare had a will dated 29 Nov. 1796 by the Prerogative Court in an abstract of the will na:Thrift/1719

24. Michael Dalton had a will proved in year 1829 by the Prerogative Court in which Garret Dalton of Greyfort, Borrisokane, Tipperary was named executor in a transcript of the will. na: IWR/1829/F/105  volume 4/236/14

25. Michael Dalton had a will proved in year 1839 by the Prerogative Court in which J. Molony of Daly's Cottage was named executor in a transcript of the  administration document    na: IAR/1839/F/11   volume: 4/237/36

26. Michael Dalton esquire of Rossmanaher Castle, Clare had a grant of will in year 1839 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the court document.  na: Prerogative Grant Book/F/426

27. Nicholas Dalton of Milltown, Rathconrath, Westmeath had a will dated 1 Dec. 1631 in which a copy of the will is in Deeds and Wills in Chancery Inquisitions ( Westmeath)  vol. 12, part 2, page 114    na: RC5/12/2/p. 114

28. Count Oliver Dalton had a will proved in year 1799 by the Prerogative Court in a plain copy of the will.  na : T9842

29. Patrick Dalton yeoman of Baronswood, Clogga, Pollrone, Co. Kilkenny had a grant of will in 1797 in a transcript of the court document   na: T/7425/682

30. Patrick Dalton farmer of Fiddown, Co. Kilkenny had a grant of will in year 1857 by Ossory Diocese in a transcript of the court document.    na: Ossory Grant Book/ page 53

31. Patrick Dalton had a will proved in year 1837 by the Prerogative Court in which W. Dalton of Carrick on Suir, Tipperary was named executor in a transcript of the  will.    na: IWR/1837/F/534   volume: 4/237/1

32. Richard Dalton of Ballyboden, Whitechurch, Dublin had a grant of will in year 1766 in a transcript of the court document   na: T/7425/276

33. Richard Dalton of Fethard, Tipperary S. R. had a Grant of Marriage Bond and Licence in 1784 by Waterford & Lismore Dio, for marriage to Elizabeth Greene in an abstract of  grant na: Green Mss/111/1/1/ pgs. 67 and 201.

34. Robert Dalton had a will proved in the year 1838 by Dublin & Glendalough  Diocese in which M. Dalton of Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin was named executor in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1838/F/468 volume 4/237/3

35. Roger Dalton land waiter (custom house officer) of Waterford had a will proved in year 1803 by Waterford & Lismore Diocese in an abstract of the na: Jennings/470

36. William Dalton of Ferrybank, Waterford City area had a will proved in year 1832 by Waterford & Lismore Diocese in an abstract of the will. na: Jennings/642

37. William Dalton of Mount Pleasant, formerly at Hospital of King Charles  II, Oxmanton (all in Dublin) had a grant of will in year 1839 by the Prerogative Court  in a transcript of the probate  na: Prerog.  Grant book/F/120b

38. William Dalton of Kilkeran, Rathbarry, Co. Cork had a grant of will in year 1753 in a transcript of the court document.  na: T/7425/133

39. William Dalton had a will proved in the year 1839 by the Prerogative Court in which J. Magee of Lower Merrion St., Dublin was named executor in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1839/F/328   volume: 4/237/4

40. William T. F. Dalton had a will proved in 1832 by the Prerog. Court in which Anne Dalton of Killone Parish, Co. Clare was named executrix in a transcript of the court document.  na: IAR/1832/F/19  volume: 4/237/33

41. P. Dalton of Michael St., Waterford Town was named executor in the will of Mathew Donnelly proved in the year 1839 by Waterford & Lismore Diocese in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1839/F/164 volume: 4/237/4

42. Deglin Dalton of Youghal, Co. Cork was named executor in the will of Patrick Fleming proved in the year 1830 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the  court document. na:IAR/1830/F/33   volume: 4/237/2

43. E. Dalton of Knockanpower, Ringagonagh, Co. Waterford was named executor in will of Patrick Foley proved 1839 by Waterford & Lismore Diocese in a transcript of the court document. na: IAR/1839/F/128 volume4/237/33

44. M. Dalton of Newtown was named executrix in the will of Elizabeth Forster proved in year 1835 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the court document.  na: IAR/1835/F/125  volume: 4/237/34

45. Patrick Dalton of Gurtnacurra, Co. Clare was named executor in the will of Daniel Kennedy proved in the year 1831 by Killaloe & Kilfenora Diocese in a transcript of the will na: IAR/1831/F/309  volume: 4/236/19

46. Jane Dalton of Wingfield Lodge, Co. Clare was named executrix in the will of John Lysaght proved in the year 1833 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1833/F/508  volume: 4/236/23

47. John Dalton of Lackagh was named executor in the will of Thomas Mintin proved in the year 1833 by the Prerogative Court in a transcript of the will. na: IWR/1833/F/621  volume: 4/236/23

48. A. Dalton of Tuam, Co. Galway was named executor in the will of Patrick Nerland proved in the year 1833 by Tuam Diocese in a transcript of the will.  na: IWR/1833/F/534   volume: 4/236/28

49. Maria Dalton of Cabra, Dublin was named the executrix in wills proved in 1833.:

Susanna Burford, Elphin Dio., tr. of ad. doc: na: IAR/1833/F/51  vol.: 4/237/33

Eliza Byrne, Prerog. Court, tr. of will:  na: IWR/1833/F/7 vol.: 4/236/22

Catherine Cruise, Prerog. Court, tr. of will: na: IWR/F/154   vol.: 4/236/22  

Margaret Reilly, Prerog. Court, tr. of ad. doc: na: IAR/1833/F/170  vol.: 4/237/33

50. J. Dalton of Rooleigh was named executor in the will of Laurence Toole proved in the year 1835 by Kildare Diocese in a transcript of the will.na: IWR/1835/F/1744  volume: 4/236/26

51. John Dalston had a grant of will in the year 1719 by the Military Commission in an abstract of the document na: Thrift/15233.

Will of Maurice Dalton, County Kerry   Top

The probate date for this will is 1812 and thus affords some clues to Daltons who were born in the 1700ís in County Kerry.  DGS member Mike Dalton has extracted the will and it will be one in a series.  At the end of this document, pertinent information about members of this family has been added. Our thanks are extended to Mike for the following information on Maurice Dalton, gentleman. 

IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN, I, MAURICE DALTON of Bromore, in the County of Kerry, Gentlemen, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, blessed be the Almighty God for the same, dreading accident, do publish and make this my last Will

and Testament in the manner and form following, that is to say: First, that all my stock of cattle, vis. Cows, Bulls, Calves, Horses, Sheep, etc., etc., are to be disposed of to the best advantage.

I LEAVE AND BEQUEATH unto Mary Riddle the sum of Twenty Guinea and also to my son Maurice Dalton, by her, the sum of 7 Pounds per annum for eight years and then to be bound to a trade, and when out of his time to give him the sum of  50 Pounds Sterling.

I ALSO BEQUEATH unto Mary Mulquin the sum of 10 Pounds Sterling and to his sister,  Honoria Mulquin 5 pounds.

I ALSO LEAVE AND BEQUEATH unto my sister, Hanna Mahony, the sum of 10 Pounds Sterling, and to each of her daughters, Mary and Catherine Mahony, the sum of Twenty Guineas each.

I DO ALSO LEAVE AND BEQUEATH unto my grandson, Maurice Dalton, the sum of 100 Pounds Sterling.

I DO ORDER that each and every of the above sums shall be paid and discharged by the Executors hereafter mentioned immediately after my decease.

I ALSO LEAVE AND BEQUEATH my household furniture and all necessaries belonging to or therein unto my three youngest daughters and my youngest son John. I do also order all my effects, both real and personal, Lands, Tenements, Revenues, etc., etc., will be equally divided share and share alike between my seven children, namely Joseph, Charles, Eliza, Mary, Margaret, Catherine and John Dalton, after paying my just debts, each share or shares to be paid them on their arriving at the age of 21 years, or their respective days of marriages by and with the consent of their Executors.

I ALSO ORDER that the 12 cows that I have given my son, Joseph, value 50 Pounds, to be deducted out of his moiety or share.

I ALSO ORDER that the sum of 200 Pounds given James Pope on the celebration of his marriage shall be deducted out of his moiety or share,

IT IS ALSO MY POSITIVE DIRECTION that if any of my daughters should marry contrary to the consent and approbation of my Executors, that she shall be struck off to one shilling British and her portion of part to go in Gavel, share and share alike among the rest of my children, if any of said children should happen to depart this life before they attain the aforesaid age or marry, that then and in such case the share of each child or children so departing shall go in gavel among the others surviving them.

AND IT IS MY WISH and positive direction that said property or any part thereof when received by my Executors shall be immediately put out at Interest in secure hands, and the interest of the same, together with a part of their moiety or share, to be applied to necessary uses of the said children, such as maintenance, clothing and tuition, until there are by this Will, entitled to receive their proportions.

I ORDER AND DIRECT my remains to be interred in the Churchyard of Killmeedy with my wife in a decent and Christian-like manner, and my funeral expenses to be paid and discharged by my Executors out of my said Property, and lastly

I NOMINATE, CONSTITUTE AND APPOINT George Gunn of Tralee, in the County of Kerry, James Hilliard of Ballybunion in the said county and William O'Brien of Ashgrove in the County of Limerick, Esquires, Executors of this my last Will and Testament herby revoking all former wills by me heretofore made.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF  I heretofore set my hand and Seal this 22nd day of July, 1809. Maurice Dalton (Seal).

SIGNED SEALED AND DELIVERED by the above-named Maurice Dalton to be his last Will and Testament, in the presence of , who have heretofore subscribed our  names in the presence of the Testator and of each of us,  John Norris and Alexander Mahony. The Last will and Testament of Maurice Dalton, late of Bromore, in the County of Kerry, Gentleman, deceased, was proven in common form of Law and Probate, granted by the Most Reverend Father William (and so forth) to William O'Brien one of the Executors named in the said Will in the year 1812.

Additional notes from Mike Dalton

1. Joseph Dalton, the eldest son of the above late Maurice Dalton of Bromore,  Kilconly Parish is found in the 1825 Tithe Applotment of Litter, Aghavallen Parish.

2. There is a John Dalton buried at Killehenny Cemetery, Ballybunnion with his wife, his son John, John's children and grandchildren. This John Dalton of Rahavanig, Kilconly Parish died 25 April 1880 at the age of 103, born circa 1776; his widow Honoria died in 1888 at age of 95. The relationship between him and the aforesaid Maurice Dalton and named heir, "Grandson, Maurice Dalton" is not clear.

3. Antsy Madget, niece of said Maurice Dalton: her father --- Madget was a naval officer in either Spanish or American Navy according to County Kerry author Jeremiah King and he was the brother of renowned Tralee Town citizen Nicholas Madgett who died in 1774.

4. Hanna Mahony, sister of Maurice Dalton, may be the wife of said witness Alexander Mahony.

5. Maurice's first wife predeceased him and he remarried a Mary Riddle and so named "my son Maurice Dalton by her."

6. The Churchyard of Kilmeedy is in County Limerick. The earliest inscription is from the year 1760.

7. The use of gold guineas worth 21 shillings was discontinued in 1813. Pound sterling (silver) was worth 20 shillings or 200 pence.

Irish Wills, Probates, Testaments - Part II   Top

This section lists over 70 documents. In total.

Index of Testamentary Documents compiled by Public Record Office in Dublin prior to its merger with the National Archives in 1988.
T before the number deals specifically with probate of will documents. Some of these listings include names from Irish Origins website (1.) with additional facts.

1. Ann Dalton of Mill Terrace, Blackrock, Dublin, prerogative will (1.-1)2. Reverend John Dalton of Clonmel, Tipperary and of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, Canada had an official will and grant at Principal Registry of Dublin dated 8 June 1867. T 20 081 note: Archbishop John Dalton, OSF died at Harbour Grace on 5 May 1869 at age 49. His uncle Bishop Charles Dalton, OSF of Thurles, Tipperary died at Harbour Grace on 17 June 1859 at age 73.

3. Christopher Dalton (notary public) of Dublin had a prerogative will and codicil dated 19 Jan. 1757 and probate of will dated 5 Feb 1757. (1.- 4)

4. Edward Dalton of Croughal, Churchtown, Westmeath had a plain copy will dated 16 July 1638; proved but not in Calendar of Wills (1. -8)

5. Elizabeth R. Dalton of St. Ann Parish, Dublin and William Eustace of same and of Ballymore, Westmeath: Marriage Licence Grant in year 1786 by diocese: abstract M474, Vol. II RVII c/4/11 T1760/j/s (1. -9)

6. Garret Dalton of Ballynacarrow, Rathconrath, Co. Westmeath had a plain copy will signed 25 Dec. 1612; proved but not in Calendar of Wills. (1. -10)

7. Gerald Dalton (farmer) Ballymaging, Castlemore, Castlereagh, Co. Mayo of. Grant of Administration in year 1748 for prerogative will. (1. -11)

8. James Dalton and Andrew Dalton vs. Eliza Hanlon and Mary Hanlon (deceased): probate of will division; judgment dated 20 June 1896 for prerogative will from year 1896; per probate office copy. T1886 H/7/38 1-15

9. James Dalton (provision dealer) of Tullow Town, Fennagh, Co. Carlow: Letters of Administration for prerogative will from year 1855. na: T/407 1931 (1. -15)

10. James H. Dalton: Wills and Grants from 1899, Limerick Registry. T 8505

11. John Dalton of 117 Lower George St., Kingston, Monkstown, Co. Dublin: Administration, Intestate, Probate Record, 29 June 1888. T 6588 Hayes

12. Mary Dalton of 3 Darrow Terrace/ South Circular Road, Dublin had a will dated 19 April 1866 and probate of will dated 16 Jan. 1873 filed at Principal Registry. 1160/1/19

13. Mary Dalton of 13 Breenville Terrace/ South Circular Road, Dublin had a intestate will, administered at Principal Registry, dated 17 Dec; 1900 per original document T 20 099

14. Margaret Dalton of St. Patrick's Home, Kilmainham, Dublin had a probate of will dated 20 May 1919 filed at Principal Registry per original. T 14416 fhl# 496369

15. Michael Dalton (esquire) of Rossmanaher Castle, Fennagh, Ennis, Co. Clare: Grant of Will Administration from year 1839 in Prerogative Grant Book.note: Michael Collins and others were occupiers of lands of Captain Dalton in Tithe Applotment of Parish, 30 Oct. 1827.

16. Nicholas Dalton of Milltown, Rathconrath, Westmeath had will signed 1 Dec. 1631, proved but not in Calendar of Wills. (1. -27)

17. Patrick Dalton (yeoman) of Slieverone, Co. Kilkenny had a Grant of Will Administration in year 1854 per Ossory Grant Book.

18. Richard Dalton (esquire) of Fethard, Co. Tipperary and Elizabeth Green of Dungarvan, Parish, Co. Waterford had a Grant of Marriage Licence in year 1784 from Diocese of Waterford & Lismore in name of Mrs. Greene per abstract. Grant - Vol. II, part 1, page 67-1 Bond - Vol. II, part 2, page 201 (1. -33)

19. Susan Dalton of Raheenduffe, Foulke Mills, Co. Wexford had a Grant of Administration filed 22 March 1887 T19119 1919 filed at Principal Registry per original. T 14416 fhl# 496369

Calendar of Diocesan Wills compiled by Phillimore and Gertrude Thrift c. London 1909 - 1920. Indexed by name, residence, county, ecclesiastical diocese and year of probate for years 1536 to 1800   Top

1. Patrick Dalton of Barnacole, Co. Kilkenny, Ossory 1799

2. James Daton of Garrinnerihy, Co. Kilkenny, Ossory 1684

3. John Dalton of Davidstown, Co. Wexford, Ferns 1765

4. Garrett Allen Dalton of Co. Kildare (will book entry only) 1680

5. Joan Dalton (widow) of St. Mary's - Shandon, Co. Cork, Cork & Ross 1758

6. Nicholas Dalton of Cork, Co. Cork, Cork & Ross 1721

7. Nicholas Dalton of Castlemary, Co., Cloyne 1793

8. Peter Dalton of Kilburry, Co. Tipperary, Cashel & Emily 1774

9. Daniel Dalton of Cashel, Co., Cashel & Emily 1798

10. James Dalton of Halfway House, Co., Waterford & Lismore 1758

11. John Dalton of Knockroe, Co., Waterford & Lismore 1737

12. Joseph Daulton (Dalton) sr.of Carrick on Suir, Waterford & Lismore 1795

13. Patrick Dalton of Knockroe, Co., Waterford & Lismore 1776

14. Thomas Dalton (peculiar) of Lismore, Co., Waterford & Lismore 1767

15. William Dalton of Lismore, Co., Waterford & Lismore 1771 (date of will, no probate date recorded)

16. Richard Daton of Waterford, Co.Waterford, Waterford & Lismore 1674

17. Edmond Dalton of Nenagh, Co., Tipperary, Killaloe & Kilfenora 1747

18. Rev. Michael Dalton of Killonahan, Co. Limerick, Limerick 1786.

Index to Prerogative Wills of Ireland compiled by Sir Arthur Vicars - Ulster King of Arms, c. 1897   Top

The entries are alphabetical, residence, county, occupation, year of will

A. 1536 to 1810

1. Christopher Dalton of Milltown, Co. Westmeath, gent 1658

2. Christopher Dalton of Dublin, notary public 1757

3. Christopher Dalton of Moate, Co. Westmeath, merchant 1764

4. Dominick Dalton of Cumberland St., Dublin, esquire 1809

5. Edmond Dalton of Dublin, wig maker 1693

6. Edmond Dalton of Drogheda, Co. Louth, merchant 1730

7. Edward Dalton of Dublin, notary public 1738

8. Edward Dalton of Deer Park, Co. Clare, esquire 1750

9. Edward Dalton of Wood Park, Co. Clare, esquire 1793

10. Garrett Dalton of Derrisshnakilly, Co. Westmeath, gent (declared void) 1658

11. Grace Dalton of Killonkert, Co. Waterford, gentlewoman 1771

12. Hugh Dalton of Dublin, merchant 1718

13. James Dalton of Monaquill, Co. Tipperary, gent 1709

14. Jane Dalton of Back Lane, Dublin, widow 1782

15. John Dalton of Athlone,Co. Westmeath, esquire 1774

16. John Dalton of Great Britain St., Dublin 1782

17. Joseph Dalton, City of Cashel 1794

18. Isaac Dalton, Athy, Co. Kildare, gent 1727

19. Laurence Dalton of Longford, merchant 1716

20. Luke Dalton of Clonshagh, Cloghran, Co. Dublin, gent 1804

21. Mary Dalton 1776

22. Mary Dalton of Dublin, spinster 1780

23. Mary Dalton of Dublin, widow 1786

24. Michael Dalton of Woodpark, Co. Clare, esquire 1796

25. Oliver Dalton of Miltown, Co. Westmeath, esquire 1689

26. Patrick Dalton of Dublin, gent 1789

27. Peter Dalton of Fisher's Lane, Dublin, gent 1770

28. Peter Dalton of Grenanstown, Co. Tipperary 1785

29. Regina Dalton of Dublin, widow 1776

30. Richard Dalton of Dublin, merchant 1713

31. Richard Dalton of Dublin, now of St. Andrew Parish, Holburn (extract) 1718

32. Richard Dalton of Galway Town 1786

33. Dalton from Kyrkbynnsperton, Yorkshire, now of Knockmoan Co. Waterford, esquire 1603

34. Thomas Dalton of Dublin, gent 1721

35. Thomas Dalton of Ballycatran, Co. Limerick, gent 1722

36. Thomas Dalton of Ballycahane, Co. Limerick, clerk 1782

37. William Dalton of Duneel, Co. Westmeath, esquire 1742

38. William Dalton of Kilcock, Co. Kildare 1801

39. Count Edward D'Alton, lieutenant general in Emperor's Service 1797

40. Count James D'Alton, major general in Imperial Service 1800

41. Count Oliver D'Alton of Mount Dalton, (Loughan) Rathconrath, 1799 Co. Westmeath. Counts Edward James and Oliver are brothers.

42. Richard McEdmond Daltone of Molyniaigham 1582

43. Walter Daton of Waterford, gent 1679

44. William Daton 1712

B. 1810 to 1820

1. Edmund Dalton, formerly of Dublin, late of Drogheda, Co. Louth 1812 (W - 149) note: Died with will.

2. Elizabeth Dalton, City of Dublin (I - 127) 1818 note: I = Died intestate without a will, the court names the heirs)

3. John Dalton of Chamber St., Meath Liberites, Co. Meath, Earl of (I - 133)

4. Mary Dalton of Charlemont St., Co. Dublin (W - 97) 1818

5. Mary Jane Dalton of Bookerstown Lane, Co. Dublin (I - 156) 1811

6. Margaret Dalton of City of Dublin, agent (I - 80) 1812

7. Maurice Dalton of Bromore, Co. Kerry (W - 100) 1812

8. Pierce Dalton of North King St., City of Dublin 1816

9. Thomas Dalton of Ballymore, Co. Westmeath (I - 160) 1816

10. Thomas Dalton of Williamstown, Co. Westmeath (I - 17) 1819.


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