Walter Butler of Polestown
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- Edmond Butler of Polestown, who had four sons, Walter, Peter, Theobald, and Richard.
The progeny of his son Peter would go on to found the "Roscrea" cadet branch of the family. The progeny of his son Richard would be created baronets of the "Polestown" cadet branch of the family.
- Walter FitzEdmond Butler, the eldest son, who succeeded at Polestown, had issue
- Sir Richard his heir;
- Thomas of Clonmore in County Carlow,
- a daughter Joan.
- Peter, the second son, was of Roscrea, and by his wife Catherine de Burgo, had three sons, who all died without issue, and were,
- Edmond Butler of Roscrea,
- Walter Butler of Roscrea,
- Theobald, who died in Poland in 1634.
- Sir Richard Butler (Poletown), (died 20 August 1619), leaving issue
- Edmond Butler (Polestown),
- Lodge, John (1789). The Peerage of Ireland or, A Genealogical History Of The Present Nobility Of That Kingdom, Vol IV. Dublin: James Moore, p. 19.
- Byrne, Frances John, et al (2002). A New History of Ireland, Volume 9. New York: Oxford University Press, pg 169.