Denis St George Daly
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Denis St George Daly was the son of the second Baron Dunsandle and Clanconal but as his parents were unmarried at the time of his birth he could not inherit the title. From 1925-34 he was Joint Master of the Heythrop Hunt. He was part of the Foxhunters Hurlingham polo team which won the gold medal.
He gained the rank of Major in the 18th Hussars. He held the office of Deputy Lieutenant for County Galway. He held the office of Justice of the Peace for Oxfordshire. He lived at Dunsandle, Atheny, County Galway, Ireland and at Over Norton Park, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England.
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