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Adine elizabeth Caton was born 4 march 1839 in Paris,
where her parents are know to have lived in 1843 with her mother's family
She married marqt1863 Marylebone 1a 816
Gabriel thomas Fiztgerald
Major Fitzgerald was born Gabriel Thomas Fitzgerald to
Anthony and Mary gee Fitzgerald
in 1827 at Seaview House Ring, Dungarvan, Co,
1863 page 372, Marriages
At St. James's, Spanish-place,
G. T. Fitz Gerald,esq.,Maj. 2nd Regt. Austrian Cuirassier Guards,
son of A. Fitz Gerald, esq., Sea view house, co. Waterford, to
Adine Eliza, elder dau. of Thurston B. Caton, esq., Denvillea, Hants.,
and grand-dau. of the Rev. R. B. Caton, M.A.,
of Blandford-sq., and Binbrook, Lincolnshire.
Fitzgerald died of received wounds at Sadona and died of these
in 1879 having being an invalid for some time.
G T Fitzgerald and William Butler Shawe were in the Military together.
Following Fitzgerald's death 1879, WBS then married his widow ,
Adine eliza Fitzgerald, nee Caton,daughter of Thurston bewley Caton's first marriage to Marie St Rose.
WBS had first been married to Thurston's niece Myra catherine Kinchant;
following Marie's death ,1846, Thurston remarried, 1849, to
Selena Shawe sister of WBS.
Constance is Selena's daughter to TB Caton.
When and where did Adine and WBS marry...It was either in France or England ?
Wednesday 12 Dec 1894, pg.1
|On the 10th Dec, at 84, Gloucester-place, Portman-square, Adine Eliza, the beloved wife of General Butler-Shawe, much regretted.|
Three men went from Ring in 1860 to defend the Pope. story has it that they walked 15 miles to Youghal to get the boat to Liverpool and then onto Rome.
They were all fluent Gaelic speakers and went to the same school as the famous Major Fitzgerald who welcomed them to Rome.
Major Fitzgerald was born Gabriel Thomas Fitzgerald to Anthony and Mary gee in 1827 at Seaview House Ring, Dungarvan, Co, Waterford. Both his parents were local landlords. Mary gee being in Ardmore.
He joined the Austrian Army in 1847 and became Captain of cuirassier regiment No2. and served through the Hungarian revolutionary war.
He was nominated to train and command the Irish battalion of St. Patrick to fight for Pope Pius IX in 1860.
The original choice of a commanding officer of the Irish fell on Major Fitzgerald. he actually arrived at Ancona and took command of four companies but owning to his rank in the Austrian army it was deemed inadvisable that Fitzgerald should accept command of a Battallion in the Papal Army and the choice fell on Major Myles Reilly's.
Major Fitzgerald returned to Austrain service and served through to the war of 1886. he received wounds at Sadona and died of these in 1879 having being an invalid for some time.
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