Isaac Bell, Jr., Family

L203 GILBERT DE CLARE: a Magna Charta Surety; a descendant of KING ALFRED

THE GREAT, son of Richard de Clare, a Magna Charta Surety. His descendant,
14 generations removed, was No. L221.

L221 LADY CATHERINE AYLMER, a desc. of thirteen (who were of kin to nine of the others) of the twenty-five Barons who were Sureties for the observance of the Magna Charta. Widow of Sir Nicholas Plunket, of Dublin , m. Captain Michael Warren, Warrenstown, County Meath , Ireland (d. 1712).

L222 OLIVER WARREN, Lieutenant, R. N., of Warrenstown.

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L223 NATHANIEL WARREN 1See comment 2868 by Owen Clough for alternative ancestry, of “Neilstown House,” Stillorgan and ” Warren
Mount”, Dublin . Member of Parliament; High Sheriff of Dublin , 1773; Alderman,
1775. Captain of the Dublin Volunteers; delegate from the city to the National
Conventions held in Dublin , 1779 and 1783.

L224 ELEANOR LA TOUCHE WARREN: b. 1776; died New York , 1860; m. Robert
Crean of Dublin , d. Madrid , Spain , 1831.

L225 Henrietta Agnes Crean: d. Saxony , 1873; m. New York , June 6, 1846 , James
Gordon Bennett, founder of The N. Y. Herald newspaper.

L226 JEANETTE BENNETT: m. Isaac Bell, Jr., of New York , d. 1889. Issue.


Topics:
Genealogy,

Collection:
Seaver, Jesse Montgomery. Bell Family History. American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929.

Footnotes:   [ + ]

1. See comment 2868 by Owen Clough for alternative ancestry

1 thought on “Isaac Bell, Jr., Family”

  1. The genealogy Isaac Bell is based on the works of John O’Hart and Charles H. Browning. Both attribute the parentage of Nathaniel Warren to Oliver Warren. However, Oliver died in 1724 and Nathaniel wasn’t born until 1737. So this is clearly in error. Nathaniel Warren was actually the son of Richard Warren of Stillorgan. The genealogy from Nathaniel Warren down to Isaac Bell is accurate. I am a direct descendant of Nathaniel Warren from his daughter Eleanor Warren Crean.


    Topics:
    Genealogy,

    Collection:
    Seaver, Jesse Montgomery. Bell Family History. American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929.

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