Arthur Richard Dillon

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  1. This family tree is partly derived from the Dillon family tree pictured in La Tour du Pin. [15] Also see the lists of siblings in the text.


  1. 1 2 Fisquet 1867, p.  75: "D'origine irlandaise, il naquit à Saint-Germain-en-Laye le 15 septembre 1721 ..."
  2. Webb 1878, p.  149, line 7: "... [Sir Henry Dillon] came to Ireland in 1185 as secretary to Prince John ..."
  3. Burke 1949, p.  603, right column, line 73: "He m. Christina, Maid of Honour to Mary, wife of James II), dau. of Ralph Sheldon, and d. 5 Feb. 1733 ..."
  4. O'Callaghan 1854, p.  48, line 36a: "Lieutenant-General Arthur Dillon, besides daughters, had 5 sons."
  5. Debrett 1828, p.  748, line 26: "... father of Charles, 10th Viscount, who m. [married] Frances, only child and h. [heir] of the 9th viscount, and d. [died] without surviving issue, 1741;"
  6. Debrett 1828, p.  748, line 29: "Henry, 11th Viscount, who served in the French army as col. of Dillon's regiment, which command he resigned before the act of preventing British subjects from entering into foreign service ..."
  7. Burke 1949, p.  603, left columns, line 78: "James, Kt. of Malta, Col. of the Dillon Regt. fell at its head at Fontenoy, 30 April, 1745."
  8. Burke 1949, p.  603, left columns, line 80: "Edward, b. 1720, s. his brother in the command of Dillon's Regt. and was mortally wounded at Lauffeld, 1747."
  9. Lodge 1789, p.  196, line 1: "Daughter Frances, a Carmelite nun, died at Pontoise."
  10. Lodge 1789, p.  196, line 2: "Catharine, also a Carmelite nun, died at St. Denis in 1753."
  11. La Tour du Pin 1913a, p.  15: "Mary Dillon, mourut `a Saint-Germain-en-Laye en 1786."
  12. Lodge 1789, p.  196, line 4: "Bridget, was married to the Baron Blaisel, a Lieut.-General in the service of France."
  13. La Chesnaye des Bois 1863, p.  311, left column, line 29: "Blaisel (du) Seigneur de Belle-Isle, de la Neuville en Picardie ..."
  14. La Tour du Pin 1913a, p.  15, extreme right: "Laura Dillon, épousa Lucius Cary, Lord Viscount Falkland, pair d'Ecosse. Elle mourut en 1741, laissant une fille unique Lucy."
  15. La Tour du Pin 1913a, pp.  14–15: "Note généalogique sur la Maison des Lords Dillon"
  16. 1 2 3 4 5 Sollier 1913, p.  797: "... curé of Elan near Mezière; Vicar-General of Pontoise, 1747; Bishop of Evreux, 1753; Archbishop of Toulouse, 1758; Archbishop of Narbonne and Primate of France, 1763."
  17. Chisholm 1910, p.  273: "... and tried to reduce the poverty, especially in Narbonne."
  18. La Tour du Pin 1913b, p.  159: "Un matin donc, je me dirigeai vers Thayer Street ..."
  19. 1 2 Fisquet 1867, p.  77: "Mgr Dillon mourut à Londres le 5 juillet 1806 et fut inhumé dans le cimetière de leglise de Saint-Pancras de cette ville, où nous avons vu les débris de sa modeste tombe."
  20. O'Callaghan 1854, p.  48, line 38: "... died February 5th, at the Palace of St. Germain-en-Laye, aged 63 years."
  21. O'Callaghan 1854, p.  48, line 35: "... [his mother] died in Paris in 1757, aged 77 ..."
  22. Emery, P.A., and Wooldridge, K., 2011, St Pancras burial ground: excavations for St Pancras International, the London terminus of High Speed 1, 2002-3, Gifford (now Ramboll) Monograph
  23. Powers, N.I., 2006 ‘Archaeological evidence for dental innovation: an 18th-century porcelain dental prosthesis belonging to Archbishop Arthur Richard Dillon’, Brit Dental J 201, 459-63
  24. Commission Archéologique et Littéraire de Narbonne, 2008, Arthur-Richard Dillon, dernier Président-Né des Etats de Languedoc, de 1763 à 1790, Bulletin de la Commission Archéologique et Littéraire de Narbonne 51, 27-36
  25. Bingham, David (30 April 2014). "The Archbishop of Narbonne's Teeth; Arthur Richard Dillon, 1721–1806, St Pancras burial ground". The London Dead. Retrieved 16 May 2016.


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Portrait of Arthur Richard Dillon wearing the Order of the Holy Spirit on its blue ribbon, the cordon bleu, around his neck
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