|Marriage||Joan Carew (~1700-)|
|Birth||1690||Co Limerick, Ireland|
Shared Note #1
•Occupation: Collector of Limerick
•Note: 1 2
10th and youngest son.
"...Viscount Guillamore, as "dau. of Jas. Smyth, Esq. (son of Right Rev. Thos. Smyth, D.D., Bishop of. Limerick)." Allow me to append a query relative to the collector's (or Skeffington Smyth) branch. The Dublin Chronicle, May 4, 1793, mentions in the."
(Notes and Queries.1890; s7-X: 55)
"James Smyth, the collector, married Miss Carew, of Castleborough; their daughter married Darby O'Grady ... She above Smyth. L. A. Guinness (Lord Ardilaun) and Lord Iveagh descend also from James Smyth's mother. ..."
(Notes and Queries.1891; s7-XII: 178)
"JAMES SMYTH, COLLECTOR, OF DUBLIN (AND ? OF LIMERICK) (7. th. S. viiL 327).-Burke's 'Peer- ... Bishop of Limerick, is born 1650 ; his nephew, ..."
(Notes and Queries.1889; s7-VIII: 393)
JAMES SMYTH, COLLECTOR, OF DUBLIN by KING
Notes and Queries.1890; s7-X: 55-56
JAMES SMYTH, COLLECTOR OF DUBLIN, AND OF LIMERICK by WM. H. KELLAND
Notes and Queries 1891 s7-XII(296):178
Smith/Smyth/Smythe Pedigree book has nothing about him.
NB possible confusion:
Mary Agar married in 1742 to James Smyth, Esq. [of Tinney Park] younger son of Edward, lord bishop of Down [d.1720]; elected to parliament for the town of Antrim; and after collector of the port of Dublin, by whom she had issue Sir Skeffington Smith, Bart. &c.Also there was evidently a later James Smyth who was a Commisioner of Customs for Ireland.Page: Gort