Charles Henry Caulfeild, 16861768 (aged 81 years)

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Charles Henry /Caulfeild/
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Rev. and Hon.
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of Donaghenry
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December 27, 1686 31 29 (aged 0 days)
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Thomas Caulfeild
about 1732 (aged 45 years)
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Thomas Caulfeild
before 1737 (aged 50 years)
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Grace Caulfeild
about 1745 (aged 58 years)
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John Caulfeild
1746 (aged 59 years)
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January 1768 (aged 81 years)
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Family with parents
father
William 2nd Viscount Charlemont
16551726
Birth: about 1655 31 39Charlemont, Co Armagh
Death: July 21, 1726Charlemont House, Jervis Street, Dublin
mother
Anne Margetson by Dahl
16571729
Birth: 1657 57Armagh
Death: December 28, 1729Charlemont House, Jervis Street, Dublin
Marriage MarriageJuly 11, 1678St.Michan, Dublin
7 months
elder sister
1678/79 CE1741/42 CE
Birth: January 1678/79 CE 24 22
Death: March 1741/42 CECarrickfergus, Co Antrim
3 years
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16811691
Birth: 1681 26 24
Death: October 1691London
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elder brother
16821734
Birth: 1682 27 25
Death: April 21, 1734Charlemont House, Jervis Street, Dublin
2 years
elder brother
16831684/85 CE
Birth: 1683 28 26Dublin
Death: March 1684/85 CEDublin
3 years
elder brother
Maj. the Hon. Thomas Caulfeild
16851716/17 CE
Birth: 1685 30 28England
Death: March 2, 1716/17 CEAnnapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
2 years
himself
16861768
Birth: December 27, 1686 31 29Dublin
Death: January 1768Dublin
16 months
younger sister
16881742
Birth: April 1688 33 31Ancketill's Grove, Co Monaghan
Death: December 1742
15 months
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16891764
Birth: June 1689 34 32Chester
Death: October 19, 1764Charlemont House, Jervis Street, Dublin
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16901769
Birth: October 1690 35 33Dublin
Death: January 26, 1769Waterford
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16911691/92 CE
Birth: December 1691 36 34Dublin
Death: January 1691/92 CEDublin
6 years
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16971728
Birth: June 1697 42 40Dublin
Death: 1728
2 years
younger sister
16991763
Birth: July 1699 44 42Dublin
Death: February 23, 1763Dublin
1 month
younger sister
1699
Birth: July 1699 44 42Dublin
Family with Alice Houston
himself
16861768
Birth: December 27, 1686 31 29Dublin
Death: January 1768Dublin
wife
17071760
Birth: about 1707Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: April 1760Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Marriage MarriageAugust 24, 1728Stewartstown, Co Tyrone
16 months
daughter
17291739
Birth: about 1729 42 22Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: January 1739Dublin
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1731
Birth: about 1731 44 24Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
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son
17321737
Birth: about 1732 45 25Dublin
Death: before 1737
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17331739
Birth: 1733 46 26Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: January 1739Dublin
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1734
Birth: 1734 47 27Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
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17351739
Birth: 1735 48 28Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: December 15, 1739Dublin
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son
17371825
Birth: 1737 50 30Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: February 14, 1825Lissan Rectory, Muff, Co Tyrone
1 year
son
17371826
Birth: 1737 50 30Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: 1826Grange, Moy, Co Tyrone
3 years
son
17391817
Birth: 1739 52 32Castle Stewart, Co Tyrone
Death: December 2, 1817Killyman Rectory, Co Tyrone
7 years
daughter
17451804
Birth: about 1745 58 38
Death: May 1804The Moult, Salcombe, Devonshire
2 years
son
17461782
Birth: 1746 59 39Ireland
Death: August 7, 1782Hot Wells, Bristol
Shared note

The third surviving son of William 2nd Viscount. Educated by Mr Martin of Armagh; entered Trinity College Dublin on 8 February 1704/5; BA 1708; MA 1710. Rector of Tartaraghan 1711-27 (presented by Viscount Charlemont and installed 4th July 1711). Burgess of Charlemont 1714 (with his brothers Hon James and Hon John). Rector of Ardboe 1727-68 (installed 7th November 1727). Rector of Ballyclog 1727-42. Rector of Donaghendry 1742-68 (presented by John Houston (Died 1737!) and John Moore, both his brothers-in-law, and installed 15th December 1742).

Also Prebendary of Kilgobinet (Lismore) 1724-68 (by which he became a pluralist). This appointment may have related to his nephew James's friendship with Richard Marlay, Bishop of Waterford, with whom he had been on the Grand Tour.

A stone on the graveyard wall at Tartarghan states "C.C. 1712", the date the new church was started, and consecrated 25th September 1713. The communion plate there bears the inscription "gift of Rt Hon William Ld Viscount Charlemont to the parish of Tartaraghan, his Lordship being Patron thereof, and at the request of his Lordship's third son Rev Hon Charles Caulfeild, presented Easter Day April 20th 1712". In 1716 a glebe was purchased for Tartaraghan from Edward Bond, and presumably inhabited by Rev Charles. Having fallen into ruin after Charles' departure, the church was rebuilt as now seen in 1816.

Ardboe church was built c1709, and rebuilt c1815. Ballyclog old church was built c1622, in 1868 was replaced by a new building on a nearby site, and is now a picturesque ruin. Donaghendry church was built c1694, was much extended in 1810, suffered a catastrophic fire in 1877 and was refurbished as seen today.

It was common practice at the time for Rectors from wealthy families to be non-resident in their parishes and employ a Curate to act on their behalf. The Rector would receive an income of tithes and part of this would go to the Curate. This appears to have been the case for Rev Charles at all the above except for Tartaraghan and Donaghendry.

He and Rev Thomas Staples married two of the three Houston heiresses of Castle Stewart. The Stewart family had sold the majority of their lands in Tyrone to the Houstons of Craigs, Co Antrim, in 1672. Through these marriages, and on the death of John Houston in 1737, the brothers-in-law acquired the Stewart lands and on them together started the mining operations at Coalisland in 1749 in partnership with Primate Arthur Hill. Thomas Staples took over the Rectorship of Ballyclog in 1742, and was also Rector of Derryloran, Cookstown.

The three black Houston martlets are quartered in the coat of arms of this branch of the family with this marriage, and remain so to this day.