|1665 Giles Vandeleur
Giles Vandeleur of Ralahine, eldest son of John, who, it appears
from the depositions of 1652, was robbed of his house, mill, and
yard at Sixmilebridge, 1642. The first of the family who settled
in Ireland was Maximilian, a Dutch merchant, who obtained a fiant
of naturalization, 1603.
Giles was granted Moihill by the Earl of Thomond, 1655, and was
commissioner for applotting quit rents. His wife, Martha, daughter
of the Rev. John Fitzgerald Dean of Cork, died 28th January, 1678.
Her tombstone, near Limerick, is described by Dyneley, the arms
being three trefoils sa. Giles is ancestor of the families of Ralahine
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