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Colonel Edward Saunderson

land and loyalty in Victorian Ireland

by Alvin Jackson

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford [England], New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Saunderson, Edward James, 1837-1920.,
    • Landlord and tenant -- Political aspects -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Land tenure -- Political aspects -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Gentry -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Politicians -- Ireland -- Biography.,
    • Landowners -- Ireland -- Biography.,
    • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.,
    • Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-264) and index.

      StatementAlvin Jackson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA952.S28 J33 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 276 p. ;
      Number of Pages276
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1113774M
      ISBN 100198204981
      LC Control Number94039702


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This book, the first. Colonel Edward Saunderson, the original leader of Irish Unionism, and the most prominent defender of Irish landlords in the late 19th century, has suffered undue neglect.

This book, the first detailed account of his life to appear since the Edwardian era, explores the political traditions of the Saunderson family as well as the development and repercussions of the Colonel's career.

Colonel Edward Saunderson, the original leader of Irish Unionism, and the most prominent defender of Irish landlords in the late 19th century, has suffered undue neglect. This book, the first detailed account of his life to appear since the Edwardian era, explores the political traditions of the Saunderson family as well as the development and 4/5(1).

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Colonel Edward Saunderson, the original leader of Irish Unionism, and the most prominent defender of Irish landlords in the late nineteenth century, has suffered undue neglect.

This book, the first detailed account of his life to appear since the Edwardian era, explores the politicaltraditions of the Saunderson family as well as the development.

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He was born at Castle Saunderson, County Cavan. He was the son of Colonel Alexander Saunderson, Member of Parliament (MP) for Cavan (d. ), his mother being a daughter of the 6th Baron Farnham. Tag Archives: Colonel Edward James Saunderson Ireland Under Coercion, Revisited: Home Rule This is post 4 of my work-in-progress blog serial about the book Ireland Under Coercion: The Diary of an American, by journalist William Henry Hurlbert.

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Helena Emily Saunderson (nee de Moleyns) died on 17th January Colonel Edward Saunderson: Prominent Irish Unionist Politician. Saunderson was born at Castle Saunderson in County Cavan and inherited his father’s Cavan estates following his death in He led the Irish Unionist Party between and Access to society journal content varies across our titles.

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Tyrone, the same Arms appear on the tombstone of Alexander Sanderson (born in Scotland, a soldier of Belgium, a. This chapter describes the significance of the Cavan acres for the Saundersons, and helps unravel the tortuous processes by which they were divested of this property.

Sanderson, the Saunderson family, and the legacy of the O’Reillys are discussed. For the Saundersons of the nineteenth century, and for Colonel Edward Saunderson in particular, the O’Reillys provided a hint of medieval menace.

Saunderson came from a well connected family, his father was Colonel Edward J. Saunderson, the Orange leader, and member of parliament for North Armagh. One of his aunts was Lady Maria Henrietta Fitzclarence, whose husband was the grandson of William IV. Helena de Moleyns was the daughter of Thomas Townsend Aremberg de Moleyns, 3rd Baron Ventry, and married Colonel Edward Saunderson on 22nd June They had four sons and one daughter.

Helena Emily de Moleyns who was born inwas a significant figure within the The Orange Women's Association. Latterly under the influence of his strong-willed wife, he had disinherited their crippled son Alexander and his rebellious brother Somerset, so the bulk of the property passed to their fourth son Colonel Edward James Saunderson (), Member for Cavan,and North Armagh,who led the Liberal Unionist resistance to.

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Full text of "Colonel Saunderson, M. ; a memoir" See other formats. SAUNDERSON, EDWARD JAMES (–), Irish politician, born on 1 Oct. at Castle Saunderson, was fourth son of Colonel Alexander Saunderson () of Castle Saunderson, Belturbet, co.

Cavan, by his wife Sarah Juliana (d. ), elder daughter of. Alvin Jackson is Reader in Modern History at the Queen's University of Belfast.

He has been Lecturer in Modern Irish History at University College Dublin and John Burns Visiting Professor at Boston College. His earlier publications include The Ulster Party (), Sir Edward Carson () and Colonel Edward Saunderson: Land and Loyalty in Victorian Ireland ().5/5(1).

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SAUNDERSON, EDWARD JAMES (–), Irish politician, was born at Castle Saunderson, Co. Cavan, on the 1st of October He was the son of Alexander Saunderson, M.P.

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He likewise disinherited his first-born son because he was crippled, and another son who proved rebellious, instead leaving Castle Saunderson to the fourth son, Colonel Edward James Saunderson who, like his forbears, was a Whig politician, and in Ireland leader of the Liberal Unionist opposition to Gladstone’s efforts to introduce some.

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Born in the castle inhe first entered Parliament as an MP for Cavan in as a Liberal.County Cavan - Castle Saunderson Church - jpg 4, × 3,; MB Photograph of Colonel Edward James Saunderson MP × ; KB Photograph of Colonel Edward James Saunderson × ; KBCountry of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great Britain .