Seán Mór Seoighe

Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680) was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder.wikipedia
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He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce.
The family claimed descent from one Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680), a stonemason from Connemara, County Galway.

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The family claimed descent from one Seán Mór Seoighe (fl.

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Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680) was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder.

Steward (office)

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Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680) was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder. Seoighe became household steward for William FitzMaurice, who lived at Lixnaw, on the Brick river, south-west of Listowel.

Stonemasonry

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Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680) was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder.

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Seán Mór Seoighe (fl. 1680) was an Irish steward, stonemason, and builder.

Joyce (name)

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He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce.

County Kerry

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He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce. Seoighe came from Connemara in County Galway, and relocated to County Kerry by about 1680 to work for William FitzMaurice, 20th Baron Kerry.

County Limerick

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He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce.

County Cork

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He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce.

Connemara

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Seoighe came from Connemara in County Galway, and relocated to County Kerry by about 1680 to work for William FitzMaurice, 20th Baron Kerry.

County Galway

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Seoighe came from Connemara in County Galway, and relocated to County Kerry by about 1680 to work for William FitzMaurice, 20th Baron Kerry.

William FitzMaurice, 20th Baron Kerry

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Seoighe came from Connemara in County Galway, and relocated to County Kerry by about 1680 to work for William FitzMaurice, 20th Baron Kerry.

O'Malley (surname)

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His move may have been facilitated by the O'Malley family of Mayo, who had connections with the FitzMaurice family.

Fermoy

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An alternative tradition of the Joyces near Fermoy indicates that Seoighe came from the Kylemore-Ballynakill area near Letterfrack, and moved to Kerry along with his brother.

Kylemore Abbey

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An alternative tradition of the Joyces near Fermoy indicates that Seoighe came from the Kylemore-Ballynakill area near Letterfrack, and moved to Kerry along with his brother.

Ballinakill

An alternative tradition of the Joyces near Fermoy indicates that Seoighe came from the Kylemore-Ballynakill area near Letterfrack, and moved to Kerry along with his brother.

Letterfrack

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An alternative tradition of the Joyces near Fermoy indicates that Seoighe came from the Kylemore-Ballynakill area near Letterfrack, and moved to Kerry along with his brother.

Lixnaw

Seoighe became household steward for William FitzMaurice, who lived at Lixnaw, on the Brick river, south-west of Listowel.

Listowel

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Seoighe became household steward for William FitzMaurice, who lived at Lixnaw, on the Brick river, south-west of Listowel.