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Henry Tichborne (c.1581 - 1667):

Henry Tichborne came to Ireland in 1620 as a soldier in the English army. In 1623 he was appointed a commissioner of plantations in County Londonderry. By 1641 he owned land in Tyrone, Donegal and Leitrim and was appointed Governor of Drogheda, where he withstood a siege by Sir Phelim O'Neill. He captured Dundalk and Ardee and was made Lord Justice in 1643. Though he had shifted his allegiance from the King to the parliament, at the Restoration he was made a marshal of the army and was granted the estate of Beaulieu, County Louth.

Born: c.1581
Died: 1667
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