_Thomas EYRE ____________ _Giles EYRE _____|_Susan Elizabeth ROGERS _ _John EYRE __________| | | _Ambrose SNELGROVE ______ | |_Jane SNELGROVE _|_________________________ _John "Proud_Eyre" EYRE _| | | _________________________ | | _Philip BYGOE ___|_________________________ | |_Mary BYGOE _________| | | _________________________ | |_________________|_________________________ | |--The_Very_Rev. Giles EYRE | | _________________________ | _________________|_________________________ | _Sir George PRESTON _| | | | _________________________ | | |_________________|_________________________ |_Margery PRESTON ________| | _________________________ | _________________|_________________________ |_____________________| | _________________________ |_________________|_________________________
!SOURCE: Sir Bernard Burke, A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE DORMANT, ABEYANT, FORFEITED, AND EXTINCT PEERAGES OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1978, p. 194. The Very Rev. Giles Eyre, dean of Killaloe, whose Will was dated 3 January 1747; he m. Mary, dau. of Ricahrd Cox, Esq., eldest son of Sir Richard Cox, Lord Chancellor of Ireland; and left issue. [NOTE: This source shows The Very Rev. Giles Eyre to be a son of John Eyre of Eyrecourt, his grandfather according to the above source, RIN 157.]
!SOURCE: A GENEALOGY AND HERALDIC HISTORY OF THE COMMONERS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, Vol. I, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1977, p. 594.
!SOURCE: BURKE'S IRISH FAMILY RECORDS, American Edition, Burke's Peerage Limited, London, 1976, p. 396. Succeeded his brother John. Of Eyrecourt, Dean of Killaloe, educ Trin. Coll Dublin (matric 13 July 1705, aged 16, MA 1712), m 30 Dec 1717, Mary (d Aug 1740), dau of Richard Cox, eldest son of Sir Richard Cox, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and d 17 Jan 1750, leaving issue.
!SOURCE: Rev. Allen Stewart Hartigan, M.A. in A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY OF EYRE OF EYRECOURT AND EYRE OF EYREVILL IN THE COUNTY OF GALWAY, nd, p. 12. The Very Rev. Giles Eyre, Dean of Killaloe, m. Mary Cox, dr. of Richard Cox and gr. dr. of Sir Richard Cox, of Dunmanway. Giles Eyre, the Dean, d. 1757 leaving issue.