Person:John Archdale (3)

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Venerable John Archdale
b.1610
m. 14 Jan 1601
  1. Edward Archdale1604 - 1641
  2. Mary Archdale1605 -
  3. Venerable Martin Archdale1607 - bef 1660
  4. Venerable John Archdale1610 - 1674
  5. Barbara Archdale1613 -
m. ABT 1637-1650
  1. Reverend John Archdale1650 - 1689
  2. Frances Archdale
  3. Elizabeth Archdale
Facts and Events
Name Venerable John Archdale
Gender Male
Birth? 1610
Christening[1] 6 Aug 1610 Darsham, Suffolk, England
Education[1] Nov 1624 Dublin, Dublin, Republic of IrelandTrinity College, scholar
Occupation[1] 1634 Old Ross, WexfordRector
Occupation[1] 1637 Achonry, Sligo, Republic of IrelandArchdeacon
Marriage ABT 1637-1650 to Elizabeth Donnellan
Occupation[1] 1654 Lusk, Dublin, Republic of IrelandMinister
Graduation[1] 26 Jan 1661 Dublin, Dublin, Republic of IrelandTrinity College, B. D.
Death[1] 1674 Lusk, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland

The Ven JOHN ARCHDALE (third son of John, of Castle Archdale, and his first wife Frances Honings) was baptised at Darsham, Suffolk, August 6th 1610. John was a Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin, November 6th 1624, and graduated B.D., January 26th 1661. He was appointed Rector and Vicar of Old Ross, in the Diocese of Ferns, February 21st 1634-5. On November 1st 1637 he was presented by the Crown to the Archdeaconry of Killala, and on March 12th 1637-8 he was instituted Archdeacon of Achonry. Together with the Dean of Achonry, and others, he was cited by the Irish House of Commons to answer the petition of one Andrew Adare, July 16th 1641 ; but the subject of the petition is not stated in the Journals. The Ven. John Archdale was Minister at Lusk, Co. Dublin, in 1654, and died intestate in 1674. By his wife Elizabeth Donnellan of Co. Roscommon, who died in 1700, he had issue:-

  • JOHN (Rev.), Vicar of Lusk
  • FRANCES, married, in 1664, Andrew Brereton.
  • ELIZABETH, married Thomas Martin.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Archdale, Henry Blackwood. Memoirs of the Archdales : with the descents of some allied families. (Enniskillen: Wm. Trimble, 1925), p 66.