Pedigree Index

Adams of Annagurrah

ADAMS, THOMAS-TRAVERS, Esq. of Annagurrah, co. Limerick, J.P., b. in Oct. 1790; m. June, 1822, Hannah, dau. of Captain Joseph Evans, of Tipperary.

Lineage.-WILLIAM ADAMS, Esq., a younger son of Roger Adams, Esq. of the co. of Limerick, who had considerable property in the counties of Limerick and Cork, and was ancestor, through his eldest son, SAMUEL, of the families of ADAMS of Jamesbrook, and ADAMS of Creg. William Adams m. Frances Cox, of Ballinoe, in that county, and was father of

WILLIAM ADAMS, Esq. of Annagurrah, who m. in July, 1789, Jane, dau. of John Travers, Esq., of Cork, and by her, who d. in Sept. 1846, had issue,

I, THOMAS-TRAVERS, now of Annagurrah.
II. William. d. young.
III. George-Boyle.
IV. Hugh, m. 1859, Miss Gertrude Corker, of Cor Castle, co Cork.
I. Maria., m. Major Travers, and d. leaving issue.
II. Frances, m. to Llewellen Nash, Esq. of Ballyquane, co. Cork.
III. Harriette. m. to Jonathan-Wigmore Sherlock, Esq. of Fermoy, and d. leaving issue.
IV. Jane, d. unm.
V. Wilhelmina., d. young.

Mr. Adams d. in Dec. 1845.

Arms-Az., three mountain-cats, passant, or.
Crest-A griffin's head., erased, az.
Motto-Malo mori quam foedari.
Seat-Annagurrah, Ballinlanders, co. Tipperary.

Transcribed from A genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms, fourth edition, 1862;
a.k.a. Burke's Landed Gentry, 1862