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  1. Joan Butler (née Beauchamp), Countess of Ormond (1396 – 3 or 5 August 1430) was the first wife of James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond, and the mother of his five children. Their principal residence was Kilkenny Castle in Ireland.

  2. Joan Butler, married James Butler of Dunboyne, by whom she had issue Ellice (1481–1530). Married firstly to MacMorrish; and secondly in 1503 to Gerald Fitzgerald, 3rd Lord Decies (1482–1533), grandson of James FitzGerald, 6th Earl of Desmond .

  3. 26 de mar. de 2021 · Joan Fitzgerald, daughter-in-law of Countess Margaret Fitzgerald, took on the role of a powerful and influential woman at the centre of dynastic politics between the houses of Ormond, Desmond and the Crown.

  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Joan Butler (neé de Beauchamp), Countess of Ormond (1396 – 3 August 1430) was a Cambro-Norman noblewoman, and the first wife of Irish peer, James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond, and the mother of his five children. Their principal residence was Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland.

  5. Fitzgerald, Joan (née FitzGerald; other married names Butler, Bryan) ( a. 1516–65), countess of Ormond, Ossory and Desmond, was born in Munster. She was the only child of James fitz Maurice FitzGerald (qv), 11th earl of Desmond, and his wife Amy (or Anne), daughter of Toirdhealbhach Ó Briain, bishop of Killaloe.

  6. Joan Fitzgerald, Countess of Ormond, Countess of Desmond ( Irish: Siobhán Nic Gearailt) (died 1565), was an Irish noblewoman and heiress, a member of the Old English FitzGerald family, who were also known as the "Geraldines". She married three times.

  7. Summary. Piers Ruadh Butler, eighth earl of Ormond and his wife, Margaret Fitzgerald, undertook the transformation of the earldom in Ireland and established the first home-based control of the dynasty for almost seventy years, since the days of the white or fourth earl of Ormond in the early fifteenth century.