- "Memorial 696-166-479299," Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Ave. Belfast, Marriage settlement dated 1830 in Registry of Deeds, Dublin, identifies James Doyle, son of John Doyle of Newcastle, Miller, and Isabella Sherwood, eldest daughter of the late Mungo Sherwood of Kilbride.
Was he the James Doyle of Meath Street, Dublin, Cornchandler, who in Deed 741-371-504906 dated 22 Apr 1819 sold to William Hodgins of Clarendon Street, Victualler, a plot on the west side of Stoneybatter? George Sherwood of Dublin and William Doyle of Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Gents, were witnesses.
697-166-478299 Registry of Deeds dated 4 November 1815- Marriage Settlement of James Doyle of Newcastle, Co. Wicklow and Isabella Sherwood of Kilbride, Co. Wicklow, spinster, Thomas Sherwood Jnr, Kilbride, James Borbidge, Ballyraine, Thomas Sherwood, Kilbride. Mungo Sherwood, Kilbride, Deceased, father of Isabella Sherwood his eldest daughter. John Doyle, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, miller, father of James Doyle. She has an interest in lands at Stoney Batter (a southern continuation of Prussia Street). Other parties are Thomas Sherwood, Jnr. of Kilbride, and James Borbridge of Ballyraine and Thomas Sherwood Snr. of Kilbride.
on the marriage license he is listed as a Gent.
Adrian found mention of James in the alumni records of Trinity College Dublin. [1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9]