Landed Estates
University of Galway

Lloyd (Strancally Castle)

George Whitlocke of Berkshire married Mary daughter of David Roche of Carass, county Limerick, and eventually became the heir of his great grandfather Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke, a Cromwellian lawyer. The only one of George and Mary Whitlocke's offspring to have children was Mary who married in 1826 William Horton Lloyd of Calton, Yorkshire. William and Mary Lloyd had a son George who succeeded to Whitelocke estates in 1879 and in 1880 assumed the additional name of Whitelocke. George Whitelocke-Lloyd married firstly Selina Jane Henry in 1854 and secondly Lady Anne Margaret Butler daughter of the Earl of Carrick in 1861. In the 1870s George W. Lloyd of Strancally Castle, county Waterford, owned over 1000 acres in county Limerick, 1,106 acres in county Waterford and 61 acres in county Cork.

Associated Families


Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Strancally Castle Strancally Demesne Kilcockan Lismore Kilcockan 66 Coshmore & Coshbride Waterford OSI Ref: X086905
OS Sheet: 32
Discovery map: 81

Archival sources

  • Pedigree of Whitelock Lloyd with pedigree of Whitelock of Beches, near Wokingham, Buckinghamshire etc. 1464 -- 1835: with pedigree of Lloyd of Mattersey, Co. Nottingham, of Manchester etc. and Strancally Castle, Co. Waterford, c.1610 -- 1861. Genealogical Office: Ms.180, pp.202-23 ; National Library of Ireland
  • Copy of royal licence to George Whitelock Lloyd to take the surname Whitelock in addition to and before that of Lloyd and quarter Whitelock, Jan. 13, 1880. Genealogical Office: Ms.153. pp.331-6; National Library of Ireland
  • Copy of grant of arms being Lloyd quartering Whitelocke and De La Beche, to George Whitelocke Lloyd of Strancally Castle, Co. Waterford, only surviving son and heir of William Horton Lloyd of Callon, Co. York, by Mary Whitelocke, May 19, 1880. Genealogical Office: Ms. 109, pp. 425-6 ; National Library of Ireland
  • Deeds, legal papers etc. relating to the families of Whitelock-Lloyd, and to the allied families of Browning and Roche, concerning estates at Buttevant, Co. Cork, 19th c. (Unsorted collection); National Library of Ireland
  • Irish Tourist Association Survey files. Barony of Coshmore & Coshbride. ; Waterford County Library

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Modern printed sources