On 15 Oct 1806 William Clements 3rd Earl Leitrim was born to Nathaniel Clements 2nd Earl Leitrim (age 38) and Mary Bermingham.
In 1839 William Clements 3rd Earl Leitrim (age 32) was elected MP County Leitrim.
On 05 Feb 1840 [his mother] Mary Bermingham died.
On 02 Apr 1878 William Clements 3rd Earl Leitrim (age 71) was assassinated along with his clerk and driver, near Cratlagh Wood while on his way to Milford (a village he owned in its entirety) from his home, Manor Vaughan (usually known as Mulroy House), on Mulroy Bay. Michael Heraghty and brothers Thomas and Bernard McGranahan were arrested. The gun butt had been traced to Heraghty, and paper for the wadding used to load the rifle was traced to a school copybook owned by the McGranahans. The McGranahans were released from Lifford Jail due to a lack of evidence. Heraghty died in Lifford Jail of typhus... The assassins, Nial Shiels of Doughmore, an itinerant tailor, Michael Hergarty of Tullyconnell, and Michael McElwee of Ballyworiskey, were from the remote Fanad Peninsula.
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Great x 1 Grandfather: Nathaniel Clements
GrandFather: Robert Clements 1st Earl Leitrim
Great x 1 Grandmother: Hannah Gore
Father: Nathaniel Clements 2nd Earl Leitrim 13 x Great Grand Son of King Edward III of England
William Clements 3rd Earl Leitrim 14 x Great Grand Son of King Edward III of England
GrandFather: William Bermingham of Rose Hill
Mother: Mary Bermingham