See also
Samuel EYRE's brother: Edward EYRE (bap.1723, d.aft1749)
Charity DANCER's father: Thomas DANCER Bart. ( - )

Family of Samuel EYRE and Charity DANCER

Husband: Samuel EYRE (bap.1721, d.1789)
Wife: Charity DANCER (bap.1718)
Children: Thomas Dancer EYRE (bap.1742, d.1799)
Elizabeth EYRE (bap.1742)
Chichester EYRE (bap.1743, d.1804)
Anchoretta EYRE (bap.1746)
Mary EYRE (bap.1746)
Marriage 20 Dec 1741 Eyreville, Co. Galway, Ireland 1,2,3

Husband: Samuel EYRE

Name: Samuel EYRE
Sex: Male
Father: John EYRE (bap.1689, d.aft1761)
Mother: Mary WILLINGTON (bap.1700)
Baptism 1721 Eyreville, Co. Galway, Ireland 1,2,4
Death Aug 1789 3

Wife: Charity DANCER

Name: Charity DANCER
Sex: Female
Father: Thomas DANCER Bart. ( - )
Mother: -
Baptism 1718 1

Child 1: Thomas Dancer EYRE

Name: Thomas Dancer EYRE 3
Sex: Male
Spouse: Letitia COLE (bap.1758)
Baptism 1742 Eyreville, Co. Galway, Ireland 1,3
Title Capt. 3
Occupation Capt. in the 4th Dragoon Guards, formerly of the Middelesex 3
Death 1 Oct 1799 Dublin, Ireland 3

Child 2: Elizabeth EYRE

Name: Elizabeth EYRE
Sex: Female
Spouse: Launcelot MADDEN ( - )
Baptism 1742 Eyreville, Co. Galway, Ireland 3

Child 3: Chichester EYRE

Name: Chichester EYRE
Sex: Male
Baptism 1743 Thomastown, Ireland 3
Death 17 May 1804 3

Additional Information

Death died a single person

Child 4: Anchoretta EYRE

Name: Anchoretta EYRE
Sex: Female
Spouse: Richard EYRE (1722-1780)
Baptism 1746 Eyreville, Co. Galway, Ireland 1,3

Child 5: Mary EYRE

Name: Mary EYRE
Sex: Female
Spouse: Charles GROVE ( - )
Baptism 1746 Thomastown, Ireland 3

Note on Husband: Samuel EYRE

Succeeded not only to the Clare and Tipperary estates, but to Eyreville, on the death of his uncle, Governor Stratford Eyre.


1D Eyre, "Parish Records and Monumental Inscriptions, Recipient: As shown, Author Address: Australia, Recipient Address: As shown, Volume: 11P12" (Citation). Pedigree Eyrecourt #0016 dated 11/8/97. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Unknown, Archives Office.
2LDS, "IGI Data base downloaded from FHC Geelong. (#16), Subject: Parish Record" (1984). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3Rev A S Hartigan, "Eyrecourt & Eyreville (#277)" (Rev A S Hartigan, Trinity College, Dublin, 1905). Page 21. Assessment: Primary evidence.
4Ibid. Page 20, 21. Assessment: Primary evidence.