Deed 576 is a marriage settlement dated : John Lloyd Armstrong of Dublin, Catherine North of Dublin, Lucinda North, widow, mother of Catherine, Rev Henry Gouldsbury of Boyle, Co Roscommon, Rev Thomas Lloyd of Boyle - marriage between John Lloyd Armstrong & Catherine North, 1,000 part of the lands at Miltown (EN email ). In 1823 John Henry made a speech to the Jury in the case of Graham and Handwich: 'Whatout a bold and upright press there is no public opinion.
This looks like Catherine was a daughter of Lucinda Gouldsbury who married Richard North and became a widow on his early death. The public itself is a heavy, inert, senseless mass, fit only to sustain the weight of power, and to bear the haughty foot that treads and tramples on it, this is the divine celestial spirit that informs it all, in every artery and pore with new vitality' (J Joly Pamphlets National Library of Ireland Rare Book Collections 1125 1140 Irish Trials).
It is still rather large but might make it easier to follow the structure of the family. The Norths of Ireland are descended from the Norths of Guilford, Surrey, England (Co N). About 1660, after the Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland, a John North was resident at Kilbride and had issue (Co N).
For more information on the early Norths in England, see the Supplement in The Lives of Rt Hon Francis North, Baron Guilford, The Hon Sir Dudley North and the Hon Rev Dr John North, together with an autobiography of the author,by the Hon Roger North, edited by Augustus Jessopp, DD, in three volumes, London, George Bell& Sons, York St., Covent Garden, 1890. A post to by Mary E North Cull dated says John's wife was Mary Hannah Bird 1a Roger North of Newcastle, d 1701 (Co N), will pr at Trim (Bainbridge) and had issue 2a Joseph North of Newcastle (Co N), d c1729 (will dated , probate dated : 16.4.2, Vicars prerogative wills, & SP email p.04), d after 1728, will 1729 (SP1), m Mary (16.4.2) m 1705 (SP1) Mary Emor (or, incorrectly, Mary Ernor), alive 1726 (SP1), daughter of Richard Emor (or, incorrectly, Richard Ernor) (SP3), and had issue.
Charles had issue, including Ulysses North Bagot, b 1822 ( who, when of 12 Charlemont Place on , married Rachel Meyler, dau of John Meyler (St Peter COI parish records, Dublin) 6b Ulysses Henry Bagot, d unmarried (Burke) 6c William Bagot, d unmarried (Burke & will of his grandmother, Eliza Bagot) 6d Emilius Walker Bagot (Burke) 6e Eliza Ann Bagot m Rev John Ball of Delganny, Co Wicklow (Burke & will of her grandmother, Eliza Bagot) 5b Mary North (16.4.2) or Maria North, m Milo Bagot (16.4.2).
Milo Bagot might be the Miles Bagot or Milo Bagott who appears in some deeds.
The education of the orphan was, however, tenderly conducted by his mothers brother, the Rev Mr Gouldsbury, a wealthy and exemplary clergyman who died during the present year at an advanced age' (The Gentlemans Magazine, Jul to Dec 1831, Vol Cl, 24, part 2nd, by Sylvanus Urban, Gent, London (Google Books)).