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Her executor was Charles Bagot (National Archives: EN email ) She seems to have outlived her husband by 53 years, and when she made her will her daughter was already a widow.
Deed 1770of records a mortgage of lands of Newcastle, 251 ac profitable land plantation measure, Westmeath, from Ulysses North ('eldest son and heir at law of Roger North formerly of Newcastle')to Chas Hornby of Dublin for 500 sterling(EN email (as Book 270, ref. Deed 1767 of records a mortgage for 622/13/8of lands at Newcastle (251 ac, that part held by lease under the Earl of Belvedere), Gurteen, Co Tipperary (304 ac, leased from the representatives of the late Thomas Matthew; now Gurteen Agricultural College, about 2 miles from Clonfree: EN email ), at Gormagh, Kings Co (207 ac, held by lease from George Stepney), and at Lynn (leased to Alexander Swift), from Ulysses, just before his death, to Phillipe North, his brother, witnessed by William North of Clonfad [Phillipe North's son] and Charles North of Tyrrellspass [not placed] and Phillip North of Dublin [presumably Phillipe's second son] (EN email , CN email ).
Deed 1777 321 10 211494 records the date of Roger's will as .
Deed 96 66662 of is their marriage settlement: a memorial of indented articles of agreement effected between Ulick Browne of Slane in the county of Meath gent of the one part & Roger North of New Castle in the county Westmeath gent of the other part whereby in consideration of a marriage then intended shortly to be had between the said Roger North and Mary Browne, youngest daughter of the said Ulick Browne, & other considerations therein mentioned, the said Roger North did covenant to settle the town and lands of New Castle in the said county of Westmeath containing 251 acres plantation measure (EN email ; CN email ).
Deed 576 is a marriage settlement dated : John Lloyd Armstrong of Dublin, Catherine North of Dublin, Lucinda North, widow, mother of Catherine, Rev Henry Gouldsbury of Boyle, Co Roscommon, Rev Thomas Lloyd of Boyle - marriage between John Lloyd Armstrong & Catherine North, 1,000 part of the lands at Miltown (EN email ). In 1823 John Henry made a speech to the Jury in the case of Graham and Handwich: 'Whatout a bold and upright press there is no public opinion.
This looks like Catherine was a daughter of Lucinda Gouldsbury who married Richard North and became a widow on his early death. The public itself is a heavy, inert, senseless mass, fit only to sustain the weight of power, and to bear the haughty foot that treads and tramples on it, this is the divine celestial spirit that informs it all, in every artery and pore with new vitality' (J Joly Pamphlets National Library of Ireland Rare Book Collections 1125 1140 Irish Trials).
deed 1758 191 - though that deed has no recorded date, makes no mention of Roger North and is for a rent of 6 pa: perhaps recollections had become a little rusty by 1777? In deed 1758 192 of , Alexander Swift of Lyn, Co Westmeath, granted to Roger North of Newcastle an annuity of 25 pa out of the lands of Lynn for the natural life of said Alexander Swift.It is not clear why she was 'of Tyrrellspass' at that time 5a Elizabeth North (16.4.2) m(1) Aug 1790 (ML) Rev Charles Emilius Bagot of Kilcoursey (her cousin: 16.4.2) and had issue (Burke); m(2) Rev John Ball of Gucey, County Wicklow ( 6a Charles Bagot of Kilcoursey (Burke & will of his grandmother, Eliza Bagot).Thoms 1846 directory records Charles Bagot of 12 Charlemont Place, Dublin, & Kilcoursey House, Kings Co.Letitia Dorothea North, Collen, Louth, prerogative inventory, 1853 (CPR 1922 WW50). In Merrion Square he was a neighbour to Daniel O'Connell (King Dan by Patrick M Geoghegan p.230: EN email ).The Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607 1867 (Irish Manuscripts Commission 1982: EN email ) record North, John Henry, only son of Richard [North], [of] Newcastle [Guilford], decd, & Lucinda Goulsbury, educated Chester, TCD M [Michelmas] 1805. There is a monument to John Henry North in the Harrow Parish Church (photo by Trevor King in SP email ).