William Caulfeild, 15871640 (aged 53 years)

Name
William /Caulfeild/
Name suffix
2nd Baron Charlemont
Name prefix
Sir
Birth
Baptism
Birth of a sister
Baptism of a sister
Birth of a sister
Baptism of a sister
Death of a paternal grandmother
Burial of a paternal grandmother
Death of a father
Burial of a father
Death of a brother
Alexander Caulfeild
1610 (aged 22 years)
Death of a brother
Thomas Caulfeild
1610 (aged 22 years)
Burial of a brother
Thomas Caulfeild
1610 (aged 22 years)
Death of a brother
Marriage
Mary KingView this family
about 1620 (aged 32 years)
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Robert Caulfeild
about 1622 (aged 34 years)
Birth of a daughter
Anne Caulfeild
about 1623 (aged 35 years)
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
Mary Caulfeild
about 1625 (aged 37 years)
Birth of a son
George Caulfeild
about 1629 (aged 41 years)
Birth of a son
Thomas Caulfeild
1631 (aged 43 years)
Birth of a son
John Caulfeild
about 1632 (aged 44 years)
Birth of a daughter
Margaret Caulfeild
about 1633 (aged 45 years)
Reference number
FAM:_UID
Mary KingView this family
D799831746674A5FB17F2D98215C327C802B
Marriage of a daughter
Death
Burial
Family with parents
father
15451603
Birth: about 1545 25Shropshire
Death: October 1603Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford, England
mother
Marriage Marriageabout 1576
23 months
elder sister
1577
Birth: November 1577 32 21Great Milton Manor, Oxfordshire
2 years
elder brother
15791610
Birth: November 1579 34 23Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
Death: 1610
1 year
elder brother
1580
Birth: October 1580 35 24Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
3 months
elder sister
1580
Birth: about 1580 35 24
3 years
elder sister
1582
Birth: September 1582 37 26Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
19 months
elder brother
15841610
Birth: March 1584 39 28Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
Death: 1610
15 months
elder sister
15851654/55 CE
Birth: May 1585 40 29Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
Death: February 3, 1654/55 CEOswestry, Shropshire
18 months
elder brother
1586
Birth: October 1586 41 30Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
13 months
himself
15871640
Birth: October 1587 42 31Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
Death: December 4, 1640Charlemont, Co Armagh
17 months
younger sister
1588/89 CE
Birth: January 1588/89 CE 44 33Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
16 months
younger sister
1590
Birth: April 1590 45 34Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
brother
1614/15 CE
Death: January 1614/15 CE
Family with Mary King
himself
15871640
Birth: October 1587 42 31Perilous Hall, Horsmonger Street, Oxford
Death: December 4, 1640Charlemont, Co Armagh
wife
16001663
Birth: about 1600 40 34Boyle Abbey, Co Roscommon
Death: July 1663
Marriage Marriageabout 1620
22 months
son
Toby Caulfeild 3rd Baron Charlemont
16211641/42 CE
Birth: October 1621 34 21Dublin
Death: January 6, 1641/42 CECastle of Kinard, Co Tyrone
15 months
son
Capt. Robert Caulfeild 4th Baron Charlemont
16221643/44 CE
Birth: about 1622 34 22
Death: January 1, 1643/44 CE
2 years
daughter
16231682
Birth: about 1623 35 23
Death: 1682North Petherton, Somerset
2 years
son
William 1st Viscount Charlemont by Lely
16241671
Birth: 1624 36 24Donamon Castle, Co Roscommon
Death: April 1671
2 years
daughter
16251668
Birth: about 1625 37 25
Death: January 24, 1668
5 years
son
16291658
Birth: about 1629 41 29
Death: June 1658Siege of Dunkirk
3 years
son
16311690/91 CE
Birth: 1631 43 31
Death: 1690/91 CE
2 years
son
16321676
Birth: about 1632 44 32
Death: before 1676
2 years
daughter
16331685
Birth: about 1633 45 33
Death: before 1685
Shared note

On 8 June 1618 Knighted in his own right by Lord Deputy St John. In 1620 Sheriff of Co Tyrone, and in 1621 Governor of Fort Charlemont for life. Between 1627 and 1634 he was Master General of the Ordnance, as a reversionary grant of office on the death of his uncle Sir Toby, and also a Commissioner for the Escheated Estates. In 1630 he passed a new patent for all his lands, under the Commission for Remedying Defective Titles, with a fine of £500, under which all inheritors would need to be English rather than Irish, and Protestant rather than Catholic. He took his seat in Parliament on 4th November 1634, as MP for the Borough of Charlemont, after the Lord Chancellor "had moved to know the pleasure of the House whether he should be admitted to this place, having brought neither writ of summons nor patent, whereupon it was agreed that his lordship should be admitted, inasmuch as they were all satisfied that he was a lord of parliament". His lordship died in his bed and was first buried at Charlemont but later removed to Armagh Cathedral. His Will was dated 6 November 1640. His widow survived for 23 years, for 14 of which she was kept out of her estates by the dominant party. In August 1661 she received £40 from the Irish Government " for her present maintenance".