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The memoires of James Lord Audley Earl of Castlehaven his engagement and carriage in the wars of Ireland, from the year to the year with an appendix, relating wars abroad that he hath either seen or known Memoirs of James, Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven Castlehaven, James Touchet, Earl of, ? Errata: p. 79 at : James Touchet. Mervyn Tuchet (sometimes Mervin Touchet), 2nd Earl of Castlehaven ( – 14 May ), was an English nobleman who was convicted of rape and sodomy and subsequently executed.. A son of George Tuchet, 1st Earl of Castlehaven and 11th Baron Audley, by his wife, Lucy Mervyn, he was known by the courtesy title of Lord Audley during his father's lifetime, so is sometimes referred to as Mervyn. The trial of the Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, for inhumanely causing his own wife to be ravished, and for buggery. MLA Citation. Castlehaven, Mervyn Touchet. and Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas. The trial of the Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, for inhumanely causing his own wife to be ravished, and for buggery [microform] London Roughly a year after the marriage ceremony, in , the couple’s first son, James Touchet, was baptized. The pair went on to have two more sons, George and Mervyn, and three daughters, Lucy, Dorothy, and Frances. Upon his father’s death in , Mervyn inherited his lands in Ireland and the title of Earl of Castlehaven, becoming the second.
The trial of the Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, for inhumanely causing his own wife to be ravished, and for buggery. KF W36 W36 The tryal of Rowland Walters, Dearing Bradshaw, and Ambrose Cave, for murthering of Sir Charles Pymm, Bart., at the sessions held at the Old-Bailey on Friday the first day of June, before the right. JAMES TOUCHET, seventh Baron Audley (?), was descended from Adam de Aldithley or Audley, who lived in the reign of Henry I, and is considered the first Baron Audley or Aldithley (of Heleigh) by tenure. There were nine barons of the family by tenure, the first baron by writ being Nicholas Audley (d. ). On 25 April , Mervin Touchet, 2nd Earl of Castlehaven, was tried before a jury of his peers assembled at a specially convened Court of the Lord High Steward. He was charged with horrific crimes. The prosecution claimed that Castlehaven had arranged for his second wife—Anne Stanley, daughter of William Stanley, Earl of Derby, and widow of. 6 Sep Baron Audley, of Orier in the County of Armagh, and Earl of Castlehaven. The Barony of Audley of Heleigh was held by the Earls of Castlemaine from 6 Sep until 22 Apr , when on the death without issue of John Talbot [Touchet], 8th Earl of Castlehaven, 18th Baron Audley of Heleigh, etc., the Earldom of Castlehaven became.
Castlehaven, James Touchet, 3rd Earl: The Memoirs of James Lord Audley Earl of Castlehaven, his engagements and carriage in the wars of Ireland, from the year to the year O'Connor, Arthur, Emmet, T. A., and McNevin, W. J. Memoir on the objects of the Societies of United Irishmen: Italian Operas He succeeded as the 6th Baron Audley of Hely [E., ] on 6 May 1 He succeeded as the 8th Earl of Castlehaven, co. Cork [I., ] on 6 May 1 He succeeded as the 8th Baron Audley of Orier, co. Armagh [I., ] on 6 May 1 He succeeded as the 18th Lord Audley, of Heleigh [E., ] on 6 May 1. James [Touchet], 7th Earl of Castlehaven. born. 15 Apr died. 6 May (bur. in Salisbury Cathedral) suc. by. brother. note. John Talbot [Touchet], 8th Earl of Castlehaven. born. 2 Aug or 20 Sep mar. James Audley, 2nd Baron Audley (8 January / — 1 April ) of Heighley Castle, Staffordshire, was an English peer. He was the son and heir of Nicholas Audley, 1st Baron Audley (–) by his wife Joan FitzMartin (died Feb. / 1 Aug. ), daughter of William I FitzMartin (d), feudal baron of Barnstaple, Devon.