Sources and references

A list of references, source documents, certificates and records

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Birth certificate (birth) Griffin, Edward Blake
Birth certificate (birth) Kelly, Gertrude Blanche
Birth certificate (birth) Griffin, George Mansfield
Birth certificate (birth) Hearne, Laurence
Baptism record (baptism) Griffin, John Joseph
Baptism record (baptism) Griffin, Edward
Baptism record (baptism) Griffin, Edward Blake
Baptism record (baptism) Mansfield, Elizabeth
Baptism record (baptism) Griffin, George
Griffin Kelly wedding (marriage)
Marriage certificate (marriage) Griffin, John Joseph and Glass, Mary
Marriage certificate (marriage) Griffin, Edward and Mansfield, Elizabeth
Marriage certificate (marriage) Griffin, Edward Blake and Agnew, Mary Jane
Marriage certificate (marriage) Griffin, George Mansfield and Kelly, Gertrude Blanche
Marriage certificate (marriage) Agnew, Hugh and Hall, Jane
Marriage certificate (marriage) Lees, Harcourt and Bourke, Mary Massy
Death certificate (death) Griffin, John Joseph
Death record (death) Mansfield, Elizabeth
Death register (death) Andrew Agnew
Baptism record (Baptism) Burke, Mary
Reports from Commissioners: Fifteen Volumes (Ireland Endowed Schools) (book) Vol XII Part I. 3 December 1857 - 2 August 1858. HMSO
Ross, D. (2002) (book) Ireland: History of a Nation, New Lanark: Geddes and Grosset, ISBN 1-84205-164-4
Jones, A.E. (1998) (book) Mansfield of Maroonah: From West Ireland to the Ashburton District of North West Australia 1874-1913 and beyond. Bibra Lake, WA. ISBN 0957788355
John and Edward Lees: Secretaries of the Irish Post Office, 1774-1831 (book) by Beatrice Bayley Butler. Dublin Historical Record (1953). Vol. 13, No. 3/4, pp. 138-150.
The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal (The Isabel of Essex Volume) (book) pp 306-307. (1908) The Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval. The Genealogical Publishing Co. Ltd. London
Converts to Rome (book) by Gordon-Gorman, W. (1910). Published by Sands and Co., London p. 169. John Cathcart Lees, brother of the late Rev. Sir Harcourt Lees, Baronet, of Dublin
Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage (book) Charles Mosley, editor. 107th edition, 3 volumes. Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003
Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons (1860) (book) List of salaries payable for the maintenance of the Dublin Metropolitan Police
Arthur Cecil Pigou by Nahid Aslanbeigui and Guy Oakes (2014) (book) Part of the Great Thinkers in Economics series published by Palgrave Macmillan, UK. ISBN 9781349553800
Trial of Sir Harcourt Lees (entire book as a PDF file) (book) Reprinted book: Publishedby Nabu Press (2012) ISBN: 9781286393529
Kings and Queens of England and Great Britain (1994) (book) by Eric R. Delderfield (9780715302651)
Census 1901 (census) Census of Ireland 1901. Lattacrossan, Currin, Clones, Co. Monaghan
Census 1911 (census) Census of Ireland 1911. Lattycrossan (sic), Currin, Clones, Co. Monaghan
The records of the Chief Secretary of Ireland's Office (document) National Archives, Ireland
Slave owners compensation claim (UCL Archives) (document) Claim details for Heldens Etate on St Kitts (125 slaves)
Lease of plantation and will of Mary Helden (document) Supporting document to: Inhuman traffic: background to the slave trade
Purchase by John Helden of Negro's Nest on the island of St Kitts (document) Warrants, Letters, etc. 1720, January-June in Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 1, 1729-1730, ed. William A Shaw (London, 1897) pp. 503-524. May 6, 1730 Warrant from the Lords of the ...
Gravestone and will of John Helden (document) from: Caribbeana: Being Miscellaneous Papers Relating to the History, Genealogy, Topography, and Antiquities of the British West Indies. Will of John Helden of St. Kitts (St. Christophers) and Egham, ...
Will (1752) of Mary Helden wife of John Helden (document) Will of Mary Helden of Egham, Surrey, dated 23 September 1752. To my sister Mrs. Deborah Batt L 200 and L 50 to be distributed to the poor. To my kinsman Rev. William Netcutt and his wife L 20 with ...
Tithe Applotment Book (document) Lattacrossan, Currin. Andrew Agnew
Grave (grave) Griffin, John Joseph. Old Roebourne Cemetery, Western Australia
Grave (grave) Glass, Mary. Old Onslow Cemetery, Western Australia
Marriage of Philippa of Hainault (memorial) Plaque in York Minster
Marriage of Edward III (memorial) Plaque in York Minster
Death notice of Edward Lees (newspaper) The Cork Examiner, 3 Dec 1862
Mary Jane Agnew (person)
John Joseph Griffin (person)
Mary Glass (person)
Elizabeth Mansfield (person)
Edward Blake Griffin (person)
Sir John Lees (person) Boris Wilnitsky gallery
Mary Cathcart (person) Wife of Sir John Lees
Sir John Lees (person) by the artist Gilbert Stuart
Rev. Sir Harcourt Lees (person) (1776 - 1852)
Edward III (person) Tomb effigy from Westminster Abbey
Philippa of Hainault (person) Tomb effigy from Westminster Abbey
Edward III (person) as depicted in the 16th century
Philippa of Hainault (person) Portrait by Thomas Murray (1710)
Thomas Western (person) by Charles Jervas
Philippa Plantagenet (person) Plantagenet, Philippa
Lees family tree (Sir John Lees to Harcourt Lees) (tree) (click image to enlarge)
Plantagenet family tree (Edward III to the Lees family) (tree) (click image to enlarge)
Plantagenet family tree (Edward III to Jane Calvert) (tree) from: The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal (The Isabel of Essex Volume) The Genealogical Publishing Co. Ltd. London (click image to enlarge)
Plantagenet family tree (Annie Littleton to Jane Calvert) (tree) from: The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal (The Isabel of Essex Volume) The Genealogical Publishing Co. Ltd. London (click image to enlarge)
George Griffin to great-grandparents (tree) Parents, grandparents and great-grandparents of George Mansfield Griffin. Agnew, Hall, Mansfield, Harman, Blake. Click on the links in the tree for more information.
Gertrude Kelly to great-grandparents (tree) Parents, grandparents and great-grandparents of Gertrude Kelly. Monsarrat, Duckett, Hutchinson, Kelly. Click on the links in the tree for more information.
Erasmus Smith Schools (webpage) English Schools
Wikipedia (website) Information from Wikipedia
Old Onslow (website)
Dublin's General Post Office (website) A history of the GPO in Dublin
The Peerage: Edward Lees (website)
John Foster of Egham, Surrey (website) Captain John Foster of Egham and Jamaica
Modern Slavery (website)
The Peerage: John Lees (website)
The Peerage: Isabella of Castile (website) Grandmother of Lady Isabel Plantagenet Countess of Essex
Elizabeth de Burgh (website) Information from Wikipedia
Drum, Co. Monaghan (website) Data from Wikipedia