Dartrey

County of Monaghan, Ireland - Earl of Dartrey


"Dartrey, the seat of the Earl of Dartrey, is situated in the County of Monaghan. The present house was rebuilt on the site of the old mansion in the year 1846, and commands an extensive view over a large sheet of water, forming one of a wide-spreading chain of lakes.

The family of Lord Dartrey came originally fromn Yorkshire, removing to Ireland in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Walter Dawson married Frances, daughter of Richard Dawson, an officer in Cromwell's army, with whom he obtained the estate of Dawson's Grove, in the County of Monaghan. He was succeeded by his son, Richard Dawson, Alderman of the City of Dublin.

His son, Thomas Dawson, was elevated to the peerage of Ireland in 1770 as Baron Dartrey, and advanced to the dignity of Viscount Cremorne in 1785."

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