Domvile baronets (1686 creation)

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The Domvile Baronetcy, of Templeogue in the County of Dublin, was created in the Baronetage of Ireland on 21 December 1686 for Thomas Domvile, who represented Mullingar in the Irish House of Commons. He was the son of William Domville (Attorney-General for Ireland), son of Gilbert Domville, MP for Dublin City, member of an ancient Cheshire family. The second Baronet was a member of the Irish Parliament for County Dublin. The title became extinct on his death in 1768. Sir William Domvile, brother of the first Baronet, represented Armagh[disambiguation needed] and Dublin in the Irish Parliament. William Domville, elder brother of the aforementioned Gilbert Domvile, was the ancestor of the Domville baronets of St Alban's.

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