A Catalogue of Smith - Smyth - Smythe
Family information extracted from the painstaking and comprehensive work of Robin Alston "The Country House Database" to whom gratitude is extended.

Ancestor Index Ancestor Index

Some Demesnes of Smith - Smyth - Smythe in England
Smyth Index

ESH dur Esh Hall
Smythe 1687+
N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Smythe family from 1600. Built by Sir Edward Smythe. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834.

INGATESTONE ess Jericho
Smyth - Ackworth 1520+
Granted by Henry VIII to John Smyth. New house built ca. 1720. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 115.

THEYDON MOUNT ess Hill Hall
Smith 1560+
Built by Sir Thomas Smith Secretary of State to Edward VI. Owned by Sir Thomas Smythe - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 103. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold July 22+, 1925.

WHALLEY lan Clerk Hill
Whalley - Smythe - Gardiner 1810+
Orig. belonged to the Whalley family (1699+), J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 30. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 176.

TOPCROFT nor Topcroft Hall
Brewes - Wilson - Smyth 1600+
Rebuilt late 19 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

WEST BRADENHAM nor Bradenham Hall
Thomson - Smyth - Haggard 1766+
Rider Haggard grew up here. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

The Haggard Family site has this to say: "There was no house of any size in West Bradenham until Bradenham Hall was built by James Smyth (Smith) in 1766 and it is pretty safe to say no Haggards lived there until about 1818 when Thomas Smith sold the property to William Henry Haggard, Jr., born in 1757. Any connection between James Smith who built Bradenham Hall and Elizabeth Smith, born 28 September 1680, Walsoken, England, who married Andrew Ogard, great-grandson of Sir Andrew Ogard is unknown."

ACTON BURNELL shr Acton Burnell Hall [Park]
Smythe 1665
Original house built by Sir Edward Smythe. Owned by Sir Edward Joseph Smyth - Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. Rebuilt 1815+. Now a ruin.P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980.

CONDOVER shr Condover Hall [Park]
Owen 1580+
Built by Thomas Owen. Partly by Inigo Jones. Owned by Edward W. Smythe Owen - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 198. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891.

CROYDON sur Addiscombe
Smyth 1702
Thackeray lived here after 1821. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. W. Angus, Seats of the Nobility, 1787.

BINDERTON sus Binderton House
Smyth - Peachey 1677
William Smyth (d. 1623) in 1605. 1774 Sir James Peachey, Baron Selsey. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV.

WOOTTON WAWEN war Wootton Hall
Smyth 1687
P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980.

HEATH yor Heath
Smyth 1740?
Built by John Smyth - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779.

HIGH WYCOMBE buk Wycombe Abbey
Smith - Shelburne 1700?
Abel Smith (1775+); Robert Smith (1752-1838). Remodelled 1795 by Wyatt for the Shelburnes. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960.

CHIPPENHAM cam Chippenham Park
Rivett - Russell - Smith - Tharp 1550+
Sir Thomas Rivett (d. 1582); Admiral Edward Russell, Earl of Orford (d. 1727). Rebuilt by Russell, designed by Inigo Jones. Remodelled ca. 1780 by Drummond Smith. Bought 1791 by - Tharp. Owned 1852 by Joseph S. Tharp. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 34.

COMBERBATCH che Marbury Hall
Marbury - Barrymore - Smith-Barry 1660+
Owned by John Smith-Barry. Rebuilt by A. Salvin ca. 1850. J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 200. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 634. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 64.

GREAT BUDWORTH che Belmont Hall
Smith-Barry - Leigh 1755
Built by J.H. Smith-Barry, designed by James Gibbs. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 69. Owned 1850 by James H. Leigh. Large library.

CRAFTHOLE cnw Lescawne
Smith - Deeble - Roberts 1680?
Owned by Nicholas Smith ca. 1680; passed to Rev Samuel Deeble (d. 1750); sold to Erasmus Roberts ca. 1780. Owned by Coryton Roberts 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II.

SALTASH cnw Ince Castle
Nosworthy - Morrice - Neale - Smith 1540
Rebuilt by Edward Nosworthy. Passed to Sir Nicholas Morrice 1703; the Pendock Neale; Edward Smith in 1820. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Country Life, 141, 1967, 592, 648.

ST GERMANS cnw Tregonnick
Smith - Moyle - Copley 1580+
Owned 1820 by Sir Joseph Copley. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II.

BLANDFORD dor Down House
Pitt - Smith 1660+
Built by the Pitts ca. 1660. Owned by the Smiths ca. 1850. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861.

BRANDON dur Burn Hall
Brackenbury - Claxton - Peacock - Smith - Salvin 1821+
N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by John Smith (d. 1715). Owned by Bryan J. Salvin in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834.

NEWPORT ess Shortgrove
O'Brien - Smith - Butler 1712+
Belonged to the Earls of Thomond. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 146.

SOUTH WEALD ess Weald Hall
Brown - Smith - Tower 1550+
Rebuilt in 1730+ by Hugh Smith (d. 1743). Interior changes in 1778. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 182. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 169.

THAXTED ess Horham Hall
Cutte - Smith 1510+
Built by Sir John Cutte. The house was visited by Leland. Sold in 1617 by Sir William Smith of Hill Hall. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 122. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 107. Contents sold Oct 4, 1982.

THEYDON MOUNT ess Hill Hall
Smith 1560+
Built by Sir Thomas Smith Secretary of State to Edward VI. Owned by Sir Thomas Smythe - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 103. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold July 22+, 1925.

KING'S CAPLE hef Aramstone House
Woodhouse - Smith 1730+
Demolished 1959. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980.

EDMONDTHORPE lei Edmondthorpe Hall
Smith - Pochin 1580+
Remodelled ca. 1700. Owned by William Pochin in 1795. His main house was at Barkby. Ruined. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, III,ii, 1804. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 266.

ENDERBY lei Enderby Hall
Dolman - Smith 1750+
Sold by Sir Thomas Dolman to Richard Smith 1695. Owned 1807 by Charles Loraine Smith. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,i, 1807, 158. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 270.

HUSBANDS BOSWORTH lei Husbands Bosworth Hall
Smith - Fortescue - Turvile 1792+
Old hall still standing in 1795. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, II,ii, 1798, 463.

TOTTENHAM msx Bruce Castle
Hare - Townsend - Smith - Lee - Eardley - Ede 1680+
Hare family, Barons Coleraine, to 18 cent. Townsend family from ca. 1780. Bought 1792 by Thomas Smith, who sold to Ayton Lee. Bought 1804 by John Eardley. 1813 John Ede. A school from 1827. VCH Middlesex.

? noh Fermyn Woods Hall
Laud - Robinson - Smith 1520?
Place as yet unidentified. Once owned by Archb. Laud; Sir John Robinson; and the Earl of Upper Ossory. Originally "Farming Woods". J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 123. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, III, 1826.

BUNGAY nor Ellingham Hall
Beach - Johnson - Smith 1780+
Bought by Rev William Johnson (d. 1817) in 1799; left to Col. John Smith 1846. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

GILLINGHAM nor Winston Hall
Smith - Fleetwood 1680+
Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

BROXTOW not Broxtow Hall
Stanhope - Byron - Smith - Top 1600+
Owned by Sir Philip Stanhope; Isham Parkins; Thomas Smith; Sir John Top. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797.

BATH som Prior Park
Allen - Smith 1750?
Built by Ralph Allen (d. 1764). Owned by Mrs Smith [?] - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 224.

CHECKLEY sta Beamshurst Hall
Smith - Mountfort 1620+
Remodelled 1780+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 202.

GREAT THURLOW suf Thurlow Hall
Smith 1760+
Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

SELSDON sur Selsdon House [Park]
Smith 1790?
George Smith, M.P. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, IV, 1841, 105. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 265.

STOKE D'ABERNON sur Manor House
Vincent - Smith 1550+
Rebuilt by Sir Francis Vincent 1758+. Sold to Hugh Smith ca. 1820 (d. 1831). VCH Surrey, Vol. III.

WITLEY sur Rake House
Bell - Smith - Meale - Woods - Durrant 1602
Built by Henry Bell. Passed to his nephew Antony Smith; then Antony Smith Meale; Thomas Woods 1748; sold by Thomas Woods in 1836 to Thomas Durrant (d. 1879). VCH Surrey, Vol. II.

MADEHURST sus Dale Park
Thomas - Kemp - Smith 1784+
Built by Sir George Thomas. Owned by John Smith, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829.

WESTFIELD sus Crowham House
Farnden - Baker 1630+
Owned by Peter Farnden (d. 1681); John Baker ca. 1700; Edward Snow (d. 1768) 1740; Robert Moseley 1769; sold 1824 to Benjamin Smith. Smiths to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX.

EARL STOKE wil Earl Stoke Park
Brouncker - Paulet - Pitt - Heathcote - Delme - Smith 1791
Old house demolished 1785. Numerous changes in ownership. After the Paulet, the house owned by Peter Delm‚; then Joshua Smith. Bought by Taylor in 1820. Library. Owned by George Watson Taylor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Thomas Pitt 1724; George Heathcote 1725; Peter Delm‚ 1737; John Smith 1780. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII.

EARLESTOKE wil Erlestoke Park
Delm‚ - Smith - Taylor 1786
Acquired by Joshua Smith, MP. ca. 1780. Bought by the Taylors 1820. Library. Owned 1853 by Mrs Watson Taylor. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 234. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, V, 1822.

STEEPLE ASHTON wil Manor House
Paulet - Greenhill - Bennett - Smith 1620+
Sold by William Paulet (d. 1629) to John Greenhill (d. 1618); sold to John Bennett 1624; Robert Smith ca. 1730; sold by John Smith to Richard Long 1799. In Long family to 1963. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII.

THORNTON WATLASS yor Thornton Watlass Hall
Dodsworth - Smith - Smith-Dodsworth 1600+
Remodelled 1727. Passed 1821 on death of Frederick Dodsworth, Canon of Windsor, to Sir Edward Smith = Dodsworth. Dodsworth family from 14 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding.

Some Demesnes of Smith - Smyth - Smythe in Ireland
Smyth Index

CASTLETOWNROCHE cor Castle Widenham
Roche - Widenham - Smyth 1600+
Confiscated after the Civil War and given to the Widenham family. Inherited by Henry M. Smyth ca. 1820. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 197.

GLENDINE wat Ballynatray
Smyth 1795+
Built by Grice Smyth. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 100.

MONATREA wat Monatrea House
Smyth 1830+
Built by Rev Percy Smyth. Now a country club. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

ATHLONE wem Newpark
Lyster - Smythe 1750+
Passed to the Smythes by marriage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

COLLINSTOWN wem Barbavilla
Smythe 1730+
Built by William Smythe. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 197.

COLLINSTOWN wem Drumcree House
Smyth 1740+
M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

KILLUCAN wem Glananea
Smyth 1780+
M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

MULLINGAR wem Gaybrook
Gaye - Smyth 1790
Built by Ralph Smyth, to replace an earlier house - the seat of the Gaye family. Home of John Gay? M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 104.

A Catalogue of family Libraries/Bookplates and related information

Smijth, Edward (Sir) 1744 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, ---, Rev. 1742 Sale advertised in Daily Advertiser, 5 Jan. 1743. Books from the Sidney library at Penshurst. No copy traced. Included also the libraries of John Nicholls, Counsellor at Law, and Rev. --- Smith. Sidney Newsletter, xv, i, p. 12.
Smith, Adam 1790 New College, Edinburgh + Queen's University, Belfast. 1781 cat. of Smith's library, Tokyo University - H. Mizuta, 1967.
Smith, Andrew, of Lambeth 1812 January 22, 1812. Duplicates.
Smith, Ann 1822 Bookplate in Franks - 1822.
Smith, C. Roach 1849 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, Charles John, F.S.A. 1840 January 15, 1840.
Smith, Charles, Solicitor 1833 Bookplate in Franks - 1833.
Smith, Charles, of Bath 1809 July 12, 1809. Duplicates.
Smith, Digby (Rev), of Worcester 1833 March 12, 1833.
Smith, Drummond (Sir) 1816 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, Edward 1772 Label in Franks - 1772.
Smith, Edward G. 1819 Bookplate in Franks - 1819.
Smith, Edward, of Edmonthorpe 1765 February 26, 1765.
Smith, Edward, of High Wycombe 1734 February 21, 1734.
Smith, Elizabeth 1833 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, Francis 1829 February 9, 1829.
Smith, Frederick 1836 March 28, 1836.
Smith, George (Sir) 1760? Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, George R. 1824 Bookplate in Franks - 1824.
Smith, J., Rector of St Alphage 1723 November 13, 1723.
Smith, J.C. 1822 June 21, 1822.
Smith, James 1760? B.N. Lee, Early Printed Book Labels, 1976, 496.
Smith, James, Author of Rejected Addresses 1840 February 15, 1840.
Smith, John 1740 May 8, 1740.
Smith, John 1744 Bookplate in Franks - 1744.
Smith, John (Rev), Vicar of Newcastle 1826 May 16, 1826. Sale held in Newcastle.
Smith, John (Sir) 1807 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, John (Sir), F.R.S. 1775? B.N. Lee, British Bookplates, 1979.
Smith, John S. 1826 Bookplate in Franks - 1826.
Smith, John, of King's College 1716 B.N. Lee, Early Printed Book Labels, 1976, 293.
Smith, Joseph, Consul at Venice 1763 Bought by George III. Cat 1755.
Smith, Joseph, Consul at Venice 1773 January 25, 1773. August (?) - Part II.
Smith, Joshua, M.P., of Stoke Park 1820 May 25, 1820. Sale held in Devizes.
Smith, Josias, Deputy Registrar, Chichester 1827 May 1, 1827.
Smith, Matthew (Rev) 1836 May 17, 1836.
Smith, N., Surgeon 1778 Not dated.
Smith, Nathaniel, of St Bartholomew's Hospital 1723 May 31, 1723.
Smith, Richard 1682 Died in 1675. Sale December 12, 1682. MS cat in BL MS Sloane 771-2. Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991.
Smith, Richard (1722-1843) 1843 Bristol University.
Smith, Robert 1813 May 18, 1813. Music.
Smith, Robert, Baron Carrington 1838 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, Robert, Fellow of St John's 1571 List printed in E.S. Leedham-Green, Books in Cambridge Inventories. Inventory. Jayne, 1983, p. 116.
Smith, Robert, Master of Trinity College 1768 Trinity Cambridge. D. McKitterick, The Making of the Wren Library, 1995, pp. 50+.
Smith, Roger, Antiquary 1726 January 20, 1726.
Smith, S. 1817 June 30, 1817.
Smith, Thomas (Sir), Fellow of Queens' 1566 Catalogue. Jayne, 1983, p. 114. DNB.
Smith, Thomas, Chaplain to Charles II 1702 Carlisle Cathedral.
Smith, Thomas, of Paper Buildings, Temple 1825 May 9, 1825.
Smith, William (Rev) 1736 September 14, 1736.
Smith, William (Sir) 1840 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, William D. 1806 Bookplate in Franks.
Smith, William, Founder of Brasenose 1514? Inventory. Jayne, 1983, p. 95.
Smith, William, Geologist 1839 Geological Society.
Smith, William, Provost of King's 1615? List. Jayne, 1983, p. 146. YNB.
Smith, William, Rector of Melsonby 1726 Donated tracts to Bodley. Craster, p. 150.
Smyth, George 1797 June 2, 1797.
Smyth, James C. (Sir) 1838 Bookplate in Franks.
Smyth, John 1729 B.N. Lee, Early Printed Book Labels, 1976, 382a.
Smyth, John (Sir), 3rd Bart. 1741 Bookplate in Franks.
Smyth, Joshua, of Ripon 1808 November 1, 1808.
Smyth, Richard 1708 Bookplate in Franks - 1708.
Smyth, Robert (Sir) 1809 April 5, 1809.
Smyth, Robert (Sir), 3rd Bart. 1744 Bookplate in Franks.
Smyth, Robert (Sir), 5th Bart. 1802 Bookplate in Franks.
Smyth, Thomas (Rev), Archdeacon of Glendaloch 1750? Bookplate in Franks. Smyth, William (Rev), Rector of Great Linford 1837 Bookplate in Franks.
Smyth, William Edward, of the Treasury 1798 April 12, 1798.
Smyth, William, Founder of Brasenose 1514 Brasenose.
Smyth, William, Professor of Modern History, Cambridge 1849 Seeley Library, History Faculty, Cambridge.
Smythe, Edward (Sir) 1750? Bookplate in Franks.
Smythe, Percy Clinton Sydney, 6th Viscount Strangford 1831 August 12, 1831.
Smythe, Sydney S. (Sir) 1778 Bookplate in Franks.
 

A Catalogue of Family Houses

 

Smith Annesbrook DULEEK ire mea
Smith Aramstone House KING'S CAPLE eng hef
Smith Baltiboys BLESSINGTON ire wic
Smith Beamshurst Hall CHECKLEY eng sta
Smith Broxtow Hall BROXTOW eng not
Smith Bruce Castle TOTTENHAM eng msx
Smith Burn Hall BRANDON eng dur
Smith Chippenham Park CHIPPENHAM eng cam
Smith Craigend Castle MUGDOCK sco sti
Smith Dale Park MADEHURST eng sus
Smith Down House BLANDFORD eng dor
Smith Earl Stoke Park EARL STOKE eng wil
Smith Edmondthorpe Hall EDMONDTHORPE eng lei
Smith Ellingham Hall BUNGAY eng nor
Smith Enderby Hall ENDERBY eng lei
Smith Erlestoke Park ERLESTOKE eng wil
Smith Fermyn Woods Hall ? eng noh
Smith Hill Hall THEYDON MOUNT eng ess
Smith Horham Hall THAXTED eng ess
Smith Hubsnads Bosworth Hall HUSBANDS BOSWORTH eng lei
Smith Ince Castle SALTASH eng cnw
Smith Maiden Hall BENNETTSBRIDGE ire kik
Smith Manor House STEEPLE ASHTON eng wil
Smith Manor House STOKE D'ABERNON eng sur
Smith Manor House SYDLING ST NICHOLAS eng dor
Smith Newhailes House MUSSELBURGH sco edi
Smith Prior Park BATH eng som
Smith Rake House WITLEY eng sur
Smith Selsdon House SELSDON eng sur
Smith Shortgrove NEWPORT eng ess
Smith Thornton Watlass Hall THORNTON WATLASS eng yor
Smith Thurlow Hall GREAT THURLOW eng suf
Smith Tregonnick ST GERMANS eng cnw
Smith Tresco Abbey TRESCO isl sci
Smith Weald Hall SOUTH WEALD eng ess
Smith Winston Hall GILLINGHAM eng nor
Smith Wycombe Abbey WYCOMBE eng buk
Smith-Barry Ballyedmond MIDLETON ire cor
Smith-Barry Belmont Hall GREAT BUDWORTH eng che
Smith-Barry Foaty Island FOATY ISLAND ire cor
Smith-Barry Fota Island CARRIGTWOHILL ire cor
Smith-Barry Marbury Hall MARBURY eng che
Smith-Dodsworth Thornton Watlass Hall THORNTON WATLASS eng yor
Smyth Addiscombe CROYDON eng sur
Smyth Ballynatray GLENDINE ire wat
Smyth Binderton House BINDERTON eng sus
Smyth Bradenham Hall WEST BRADENHAM eng nor
Smyth Castle Widenham CASTLETOWNROCHE ire cor
Smyth Drumcree House COLLINSTOWN ire wem
Smyth Gaybrook MULLINGAR ire wem
Smyth Glananea KILLUCAN ire wem
Smyth Heath HEATH eng yor
Smyth Jericho INGATESTONE eng ess
Smyth Monatrea House MONATREA ire wat
Smyth Topcroft Hall TOPCROFT eng nor
Smyth Wootton Hall WOOTTON WAWEN eng war
Smythe Acton Burnell Hall ACTON BURNELL eng shr
Smythe Barbavilla COLLINSTOWN ire wem
Smythe Clerk Hill WHALLEY eng lan
Smythe Eash Hall ESH eng dur
Smythe Newpark ATHLONE ire wem

 
 
 
 
 

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