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Charles had issue, including Ulysses North Bagot, b 1822 ( who, when of 12 Charlemont Place on , married Rachel Meyler, dau of John Meyler (St Peter COI parish records, Dublin) 6b Ulysses Henry Bagot, d unmarried (Burke) 6c William Bagot, d unmarried (Burke & will of his grandmother, Eliza Bagot) 6d Emilius Walker Bagot (Burke) 6e Eliza Ann Bagot m Rev John Ball of Delganny, Co Wicklow (Burke & will of her grandmother, Eliza Bagot) 5b Mary North (16.4.2) or Maria North, m Milo Bagot (16.4.2).Milo Bagot might be the Miles Bagot or Milo Bagott who appears in some deeds.Deed 370 of 1775 (EN email ; CN email ) describes Richard North as 'Ensign in his Majesty's 15 Regiment of Foot'. [Bar 1810; Judge of the Court of Admiralty (I.).]'); Burke states that Ulysses North of Newcastle (4a above) was his uncle.A Lucinda North, aged 65, of the City of Dublin was buried on (so b c1754, aged c30 in 1784; Clontarf parish records, Dublin) 5a Catherine North. He was Trinity College Dublin, Irish Bar 1811, Judge of Admiralty, and MP for Drogheda (Sketches The Irish Bar by the Right Honorable Richard Lalor Sheil, MP, Vol 1, 1854, Bedfield Publishers 110 Nassau St, New York (Google Books)).Deed 321 10 211494 of records that Roger left Lisaura to his son Richard.Deed 200 of is a record of a mortgage by Bryan Geoghan of Derryroe, Barony of Moycashel, Co Westmeath over his land at Derryroe for 420 sterling to Roger North of Newcastle, gent.Catherine would have to have been born shortly after her parents marriage (Mar 1784) to be old enough to marry in 1802 5b John Henry North, b 1789, d aged 42 after a few days illness, m in Dublin Letitia Dorothea Foster (SP3), youngest daughter of the Right Rev William Foster, Lord Bishop of Clogher, sister to the Hon John Leslie Foster MP (see wikipedia entry: he was not John Foster, First Baron Oriel (1740-1828), who was Chancellor of the Exchequer for Ireland: CN email ; her sister was Henrietta Foster, Countess de Salis). Thoms 1819 Directory records J H North, barrister, at 43 Upper Rutland St, Dublin.
Thoms 1846 directory records Charles Bagot of 12 Charlemont Place, Dublin, & Kilcoursey House, Kings Co.
Deed 1777 321 10 211494 records the date of Roger's will as .
Deed 96 66662 of is their marriage settlement: a memorial of indented articles of agreement effected between Ulick Browne of Slane in the county of Meath gent of the one part & Roger North of New Castle in the county Westmeath gent of the other part whereby in consideration of a marriage then intended shortly to be had between the said Roger North and Mary Browne, youngest daughter of the said Ulick Browne, & other considerations therein mentioned, the said Roger North did covenant to settle the town and lands of New Castle in the said county of Westmeath containing 251 acres plantation measure (EN email ; CN email ).
On , Elizabeth North of Tyrrellspass leased and released forever the town and lands of Derryroe, Westmeath, ~62 acres, of which she 'was seized in fee or some other good and sufficient estate,' to Mary Shervington, widow, of Carlow, Co Carlow, along with 'all writings papers and evidences relating to the same or any part thereof' (deed 1831894: CN email ).
The references to evidence of title may indicate that Elizabeth did not have particularly good evidence of title to Derryroe; perhaps she inherited it via a default on the mortgage recorded above in deed 200 of .