|Name:||Edward Denny||Determine relationship to Albertus Jacobus De Haan|
|Birth:||1773 Tralee Castle, Kerry, Ireland||Father:||Barry Denny Mother:Jane Denny|
|Married:||Elizabeth Day 26 MAY 1795|
|Edward Denny||2 OCT 1796 Tralee, Kerry, Ireland||13 JUN 1889|
|Robert Day Denny||21 AUG 1800||12 JUL 1864|
|Henry Denny||20 JUN 1802||25 SEP 1877|
|Anthony Denny||1 JUL 1807 Tralee, Kerry, Ireland||30 DEC 1890|
|William Denny||29 OCT 1811||27 JAN 1871|
|Death:||1 AUG 1831|
|Remarks:||Sir Edward Denny, 3rd Bt. held the office of Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.). |
He held the office of High Sheriff of County Kerry in 1794.
He succeeded to the title of 3rd Baronet Denny, of Castle Moyle, co. Kerry on 20 October 1794.1 He held the office of Provost of Tralee.
He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) between 1828 and 1829.
He lived at Tralee Castle, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland
Tralee Castle stood at what is now junction of Denny St and The Mall / Lower Castle St, apparently on the W side,
the 3rd Baronet erected a more modern building 1804, which ran into the old one, but ceased to live there and both buildings fell into ruin,
the old Tralee Castle was demolished 1825 (NOT 1828), nothing remains, see [Houses of Kerry],
Denny St was laid out 1826, named after the original Sir Edward Denny, Georgian houses, the finest street in Tralee, some of the stone from Tralee Castle was used in the Georgian buildings on Denny St, and some of its timber to make their doors,
3rd Baronet was MP for Tralee 1828-9 (or perhaps this should be his son),
|Map of Tralee Castle|
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