The L'Estrange Family

Gertrude Sidney Mary Georgina L'Estrange

Birth: 25 September 1866, in Rostrevor, county Down, Ireland

Father: Guy James Carleton L'Estrange

Mother:
Harriet Campbell (Baird) L'Estrange

Death: 1887, in Dublin North district, county Dublin, Ireland, aged 20

Sources:

Guy James Carleton L'Estrange

Title: Reverend

Birth: 1826/7

Father: Christopher Carleton L'Estrange of Market hill, county Fermanagh

Mother: Jane (Jackson) L'Estrange

Education: B.A.

Married: Harriet Campbell Baird on 7 June 1860, in Rostrevor, county Down, Ireland, by Rev. Thomas Carpendale, Harriet's uncle.
The Londonderry Sentinel 16 June 1860 transcribed at oldwarrenpointforum.com
June 7, at Rostrevor Church, by the Rev. Thomas Carpendale, Rector of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, the Rev. Guy James Carleton L'Estange, Incumbent of Warrenpoint, and son of the late C. L'Estrange Carleton, Esq., of Markethill, county Fermanagh, to Harriet Campbell, only surviving daughter of the late Major Baird, of Falkland, Ayrshire.


Children:
Occupation: Clergyman. Guy was Vicar of Kilbroney (Rostrevor) from 1860 until 1871.

Death:
1 November 1894 in Rathdown district, county Dublin or county Wicklow, Ireland, aged 67

Sources:

Guy William Carleton L'Estrange

Title: Reverend

Birth: 1 November 1868, in Rostrevor, county Down, Ireland

Father: Guy James Carleton L'Estrange

Mother:
Harriet Campbell (Baird) L'Estrange

Education:
Trinity College Dublin. Guy received his B.A. in 1893 and M.A. in 1907.

Married: Annie Rhoda Brownell in 1902 in Chorlton district, Lancashire, England
Annie was born in 1868 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, and baptised on 5 October 1868 in St Mary, Birkenhead, the eldest daughter of Robert Peter Brownell and Catherine Yorke Prentice.
Census:
1881: Kenmare, Palatine Road, Birkenhead, Cheshire
1891: Annie R. Brownell, daughter, is aged 22, born in Birkenhead, Cheshire
1901: Withington district, Lancashire: Annie Brownell is aged 32, born in Birkenhead, Cheshire

Children:
Occupation: Clergyman. Guy was ordained deacon in 1895, and priest in 1896. He was curate of Caledon from 1895 until 1900, then rector of Caledon until 1905 when he was appointed Vicar of Charlestown, county Louth. Later he was Rector of Killylea, and in 1916 he addressed a parade of Orangeman as described on the County Armagh Grand Orange Lodge website:
1916 No Twelfth celebrations because of the War, but Brethren paraded to St Marks. The numbers on parade were the smallest on record. Many had fallen on the battlefields. The Rev. L'Estrange of Killylea, addressing the congregation, said of the July celebrations, "This is our Thanksgiving Day and if the Lord had not been on our side in 1690 we should have lost the blessings which we now enjoy"
  The theme of the service concentrated on the gallant efforts of the Sons of Ulster summed up in these poignant words:- "The Ulster Division Force has won a name which equals any in history. This devotion deserves the gratitude of the British Empire."


Armagh clergy and parishes p175 (James B. Leslie, 1911)
Parish of Charlestown, Vicars
1905 - Guy William Carleton L'Estrange, inst. Aug. 22, son of Rev. Guy J. C. L'Estrange, formerly Vicar of Kilbroney (Rostrevor) ; T.C.D. B.A. 1893 ; Div. Test. 1895 ; M.A. 1907 ; ord. D. 1895 ; P. 1896 ; C. Caledon 1895-1900 ; R. Caledon 1900-5 ; m. Annie Rhoda, eldest dau. of R. P. Brownell, Esq., and has issue Guy Brownell C. L'Estrange.


Publications:
Notes and jottings concerning the Parish of Charlestown Union in the country of Louth (1912)
Killylea parish: being an outline of the history of the parish from its foundation to the present day (1917)

Census:
1901: Tullynashane, Aghaloo, county Tyrone
1911: Cookstown, Charlestown, county Louth

Sources:

Guy Brownell C. L'Estrange

Birth: 1906, in Ardee district, county Louth, Ireland

Father: Guy William Carleton L'Estrange

Mother:
Annie Rhoda (Brownell) L'Estrange

Census:
1911: Cookstown, Charlestown, county Louth

Sources:
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