|George, fourth Lord Strabane, who, dying 14 April 1668
at his house at Kenure in the county of Dublin, was buried
in St. Mechlin's Church, near Rush, in that county, under
a large tomb, with this inscription: 'Hereunder lieth the
affabell, obliginge, exemplar, wise, humble, noble, pious,
devot, most charitable, most virtuous, and religious, the
Right Honourable George, Lord Hamilton, Baron of Stra-
bane, who died the 14 of April, Anno Domini, 1668. This
monument was erected by Elizabeth Strabane, alias Fagan,
relict of the said Lord Strabane.' His nuncupative will,
made 9 April 1668, was proved by his widow 22 May 1668.
He married Elizabeth, daughter, and ultimately sole heiress,
of Christopher Fagan of Feltrim in the county of Dublin,
by Anne, daughter of Sir Nicholas White of Leixlip, in the
county of Kildare, and had issue by her:-
- 1. Claud, fifth Lord Strabane and fourth Earl of Abercorn.
- 2. Charles, fifth Earl of Abercorn.
- 3. Anne, married (articles dated 27 and 28 May) 1680, to
John, eldest son of George Browne, of the Neale, in
the county of Mayo, died 14, and was buried 19
August 1680, and had issue.
- 4. Mary, born after her father's death, married to Gerald
Dillon, Recorder of Dublin, Prime Serjeant of Ireland,
and Member of Parliament for Mullingar in 1689, and