Peter de Bermingham

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Peter de Bermingham was the Anglo-Irish second lord of Athenry who died c. 1309.

Peter was a son of Meyler, who founded the town of Athenry in Clann Taidg County Galway. His eldest son, Myler, died in 1302 so the lordship devolved on the younger son, Rickard de Bermingham.

References[edit]

  • "The Abbey of Athenry", Martin J. Blake, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, volume II, part ii, 1902
  • "The Birmingham Family of Athenry", H. T. Knox, J.G.A.H.S., volume ten, numbers iii and iv, 1916–17.
  • "The Birmingham Chalice", J. Rabbitte, J.G.A.H.S., volume 17, i and ii, 1936-27[clarification needed]
  • "The Second Battle of Athenry", Adrian James Martyn, East Galway News & Views, September 2008 – April 2009

External links[edit]

Peerage of Ireland
Preceded by
Meyler de Bermingham
Baron Athenry Succeeded by
Rickard de Bermingham