1 306 <torR anb co. <torR. obituary . --0-- Chatterton. - THE RI GHT HO N. HEDGES EYRE CHATTERTON, P .c., , , l ate of Glandore House, Leap , and Newpark, Blackrock, Dublin; son of Abraham Chatterton, of Cork;. born in 1819. Was Vice-Chancellor of Ireland, 1867, to r90j , ;. crea t ed Privy Councillor, 1867; Justice of the P eace for counties Cork and Dublin. Called to the Irish Bar, 1843; , r858 ;. Solicitor-Gener'al for Ireland, 1866; Attorney-General, 1867 ;. represented Dublin tTniversity in Parliament, 1867. Married, firstly, in 1845 , Mary, who died in 1901, daughter of the R ev.
2 William H alloran; secondly, in 1902, Florence H. , daugh- ter of the late Major Charles Gore, 72nd Seaforth Highlanders, and widow of Capt ain Edward William Dunlo Croker, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders , of Newpark, Blackrock. Clubs: Carlton, Kildare Street, Dublin, and Royal St. George Yacht. The Right Hon. H. E. Chatterton died August, 1910. The late Right Hon: H. E. Chatterton, , , Babington. -- TH OMAS BABINGTON, late of 27, \ Vellin gton Road, Cork; son of Thomas Babington; educated at Mr. H am lin 's SchoGll, Cork.
3 Admitted a solicitor, r 837, and practised up to r879. Solicitor for the Cork and Bandon Railway; Co rk and Macroom, and Cork and Kinsale Rail - ways; and for Cork Board of Guardians; appointed Clerk of the Crown and Peace for the West Riding of County Cork. Mr. Babington died August, r894, at L eeds, Yorkshire. The late Mr. Thomas Babington. (tontemporar\? :n3iograpbies- OBITUAny 30 7. Downes. - TH OMAs DOWNES, lat e of Nort on, Skibbereen ~. son 'of the la te Thom as Down es, of Mitchelstown ; born at Mitchelst own, June 18th, 1843; ed ucat ed at Cas tl ekn ock, Dublin.)
4 Gold Medalli st. Apprenticed to Bern ard and Son s, solicitors', Dublin ; a dmitted Hilary Term , 1869: ent ered into partnership in 1870 with McCarthy D ownin g , ;. took a leading pa rt in th e life of Skibbereen ; was Ch airm an of Skibbereen T own Commission ers for m any "ears; was the first R eturning Officer under the Coun ty Councils Act by sp ecial requ es t of the Government ; was Law Agent t o the Skibbereen Urban District Co uncil and Land Agen t t o Sir J ohn Wrixon-Becher ; Solicitor to the Schull and Skibbereen Tramway Company and the railway ex tension fr om Dunman- way; on e of the Baltimore and Skibbereen H arbour Commis- sion ers.
5 A Governor (and founder) of t,he Baltimore Fishery The late Mr. Thomas Downes. Sch ool. Trav elled extensively. JVhrried, in 1876, Teresa, d a ughter of the late Charles O'Connell, of Ball yn a blown, for many years R esiden t Magistrate of t he Ban t ry and Skibb ereen District , and Lieuten an t in the 18th Light Dragoons, the first Catholic Member of P arliament (for co. Kerry) after the E m an cipation , and his wife , K athleen O'Connell, second d aughter of Dani el O'Connell, " The Liber a tor," and h ad iss ue five daughters, K athleen O'Conn ell, born 1879 and died 1891; Mary Gr ace, born 1878 and died 1880.
6 T eresa, b orn 1879, and m arried t o Mauri ce Fitzgerald, of Kinneigh, co. K erry ; Mary Grace, b orn 1884, and m arried to Lieuten an t S. T. Stephens, ; E llen Mary, born 1890, a nd m arried to Lieutenant R. M. Marston H opkins; and three sons, Thom as O'Conn ell, born 1882 ; Willie, di ed in infan cy ; and Ch arles P atri ck J oseph, solicitor, b orn 1886 an d died in 1910. Mr. T . Downes died December 14th, 1904: Downes. - CHARLES DOWNES. la t e of Cahirciveen , co. K erry; second son of the la te Thom as Downes, of Norton, Skibber een ; born a t Norton, Skibb ereen, in 1887; educated a t St.
7 Augustin e's Benedi ctine College, Ramsgat e. Solicitor;. se rved apprenticeship with his father ; admitted, Mich aelmas, 1907 ; commenced pra ctice in Cahirciveen, co. K erry, the birthplace of his great-gra ndfather, D ani el O'Connell, " The Liberat or," in 1908. Was a keen cricketer, a nd one of the mos t enthu siastic member s of th e Skibb er een and Cahirciveen Clubs; was also an ardent golfer, in whi ch game h e excell ed;. n oted fO,r his wit and humour and r eadiness of repart ee . Died at Cahirciveen , Oct ober lIth, 1910, and is buried in the O' Connell family v ault, i'liJ.
8 St . Fin an 's Glen , co . K erry. The late Charles Downes. r 308 <.torR anb co. <.torR .;. - . Dring. - SIMON DRING, , late of Tower Hill, Glanmire, and Glengarra, Killeagh, co. Cork; son of the late Robert Harding Dring, of Glengarra, Killeagh ; born Ylarch20th, r854 ;. is the descendant of one of the oldest families in co. Cork, dating back to the 9th century, his two sons b eing now the sale r epresentatives; educated at Trinity College, Dublin . Justice of the Peace for co. Cork; takes a keen interest in agriculture, and is a member of the co.
9 Cork Agricultural Society; is a large owner of property in co. Cork. Married, April 29th, r893, ~1arie Louise, elder daughter of Captain John Finch, of Tullamore Park, N enagh, co. Tipperary, and Tullabeg ::Vlallow, and Marie Elizabeth Russell, of Plassey, co . Limerick, and has issue two sons, Simon Harding, born March 7th, r894, now at Malvern, and Robert Harding, born June 30t h, r896, at Osborne, and one daughter, Lena ::VIary. The late Mr. Simon Dring, Mr. Dring di ed January r3th , 1909, and was succeeded by his son Simon Harding.
10 G WISE GUBBINS., late of Dunkathal, Glan- mire, Cork, and Bottomstown, co. Limerick; son of the late I Joseph Gubbins, , of Kilfrush, Deputy Lieutenant of co. Limerick; born December 25th, r830; educated at Cheltenham College. Was a keen sportsman; was ::VI aster of the United Hunt, and for many years was a well known figure in the hunting field in the counties of Cork and Limerick. Married, in r8S7, Frances Gertrude, daughter of Thompson Russell , of Asketon, co. Limerick , and has issue two sons and five daughters: Joseph Hartopp, Russell Dunmore, Colonel , Marian Ethel, Frances Gertrude, married the late Major Edward Honywood Hughes, son of General Sir William Templar Hughes, ; Maria Maud, Anna Kathleen, and Beatrice EditH.