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Christopher Stuffle SPARLING / Margaret Mary LEGIER


Husband : Christopher Stuffle SPARLING

Male Born : 1726at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Married : 24 FEB 1746at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1787at : Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Buried : 08 JUN 1787at : Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Father : George P SPARLING
Mother : Margaret Anna UNKNOWN
Spouses : Margaret Mary LEGIER

  • REFERENCE: Ch
Notes : [44]

Wife : Margaret Mary LEGIER

Female Born : abt 1727at :
Died : at :
Father : Johann Adam LEGIER
Mother : UNKNOWN
Spouses : Christopher Stuffle SPARLING

CHILDREN

Name : John SPARLING [49]
Male Born : NOV 1747at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 06 DEC 1747at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Married : 08 JUN 1773at : Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1820at : Adare, Limerick, Ireland
Buried : 27 APR 1820at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses : Ann PHIZZLE

  • REFERENCE: Ch I

Name : Peter SPARLING
Male Born : 1749at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 12 NOV 1749at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1750at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses :

  • REFERENCE: Ch II

Name : Catherine SPARLING
Female Born : 1751at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 08 DEC 1751at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1755at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Buried : 10 JUL 1755at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses :

  • REFERENCE: Ch III

Name : George SPARLING [50]
Male Born : 1754at :
Baptised : 24 JAN 1754at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Married : JUL 1782at :
Died : abt 29 OCT 1822at : Limerick, Ireland
Buried : 01 NOV 1822at : St Munchin, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses : Catherine STARK

  • REFERENCE: Ch IV

Name : Peter SPARLING
Male Born : 1756at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 16 MAR 1756at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1758at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses :

  • REFERENCE: Ch V

Name : Margaret SPARLING
Female Born : 1758at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 05 FEB 1758at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Married : 14 SEP 1785at : Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1817at : Beigh, Limerick, Ireland
Buried : 25 FEB 1817at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses : Charles CONNOR

  • REFERENCE: Ch VI

Name : Catherine SPARLING
Female Born : 1760at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 17 AUG 1760at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Married : 06 OCT 1778at :
Died : at :
Spouses : Adam FIZZELL

  • REFERENCE: Ch VII

Name : Christopher SPARLING [51]
Male Born : 1762at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 18 DEC 1762at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Married : abt 1785at :
Died : 19 OCT 1821at :
Spouses : Ann CORNELIUS

  • REFERENCE: Ch VIII

Name : Philip SPARLING [52]
Male Born : 1765at :
Baptised : 28 APR 1765at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 1838at :
Buried : 1838at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Spouses :

  • REFERENCE: Ch IX

Name : Peter SPARLING [53]
Male Born : 1767at : Killeheen, Limerick, Ireland
Baptised : 19 APR 1767at : Parish Ch, Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland
Died : 02 JUL 1838at :
Spouses :

  • REFERENCE: Ch X

INDEX

[44] Eula Lapp in 'To Their Heirs Forever' says that Christopher and Stuffle were two people
Settled in townland of Kilscannell in parish of Killeheen

[49] Settled in Adare.
Held 17 acres in Graigue, the lease commencing on 1 May 1780. When it was taken out it was in the name of John Sparling and his wife Anne - together with their eldest son Christopher who had gone to America bu 1827

[50] Settled in Adare.
From the Dunraven Papers 1827:

George Sparling held 26 acres of land in Rower since 1 May 1792, in the name of himself, now dead, his wife Catherine and a son Christopher, aged 7 in 1792. So born 1785.

[51] The Times
London, Middlesex, England
Feb. 6, 1818
MURDER AT PATRICK'S-WELL
Tuesday morning, Jan. 27, at three o'clock, a party of men exceeding 20, well armed, knocked at the door of Mr. Christopher Sparling, a respectable householder of the village of Patrick's-well in this county (Limerick), and demanded a poor stranger, who had taken up his lodging there in the capacity of a schoolmaster. The demand was resolutely refused, on which the ruffians broke in the windows, entered the house; they then committed every description of violence, broke the furniture, beat Sparling, his man-servant, and the schoolmaster, in the most cruel manner, and even the females did not escape their brutality. A young man, named Samuel Cross, who had been on a visit at Sparling's, in endeavouring to keep the door of the room where he slept was shot through the head, of which he instantly died. Several magistrates, with Major General O'Loghlin, attended at Patrick's Well, where depositions were received, which we trust may lead us to the apprehension of the perpetrators.
Cross was an inhabitant of this city, between 20 and 21 years of age; his body was last night brought to his afflicted parents in William-street, where they lately commenced business. The wounds which Mr. Sparling has received are of an alarming nature. He made a most determined resistance, and finding that a yeomanry musket, which he had did not go off, he beat two of his assailants with the stock of it, in such a manner that they were taken out of his house by their comrades, and blood traced on the road they went for a considerable distance.
The night of the above outrage, several notices of an illegal tendency were posted on farmers' doors in the neighbourhood of Patrick's Well.--Limerick Chronicle

[52] Lived on Brown Estate in townland of Dromard near Rathkeale

[53] Rathkeale register has name as Philip ??? May have married Margaret Dolmage

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