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Elizabeth (Bessie) Guinness was born on 28 February 1763 in Beaumont, Dublin, her father, Arthur famous brewer , was 37, and her mother, Olivia, was 20. She had seven sons and five daughters with Frederick Darley the builder and Lord Mayor of Dublin between 1786 and 1808. She died on 2 April 1847 in Dublin, Ireland, having lived a long life of 84 years, and was buried there.
Given Name and Status: Elizabeth (als Guinness/Died-84)
Film #: 596419
T, Box & Order #: Sec 2, 5313
Item Order: 1 of 3
Gender: F (Female)
Birth Date: 28 Feb 1763
Birth Place: Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Death Date: 2 Apr 1847
Death Place: Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Cemetery: Mount Jerome Cemetery and Crematorium
Burial or Cremation Place: Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Has Bio?: Y
Father: Arthur Guinness
Mother: Olivia Guinness
Spouse: Frederick Darley
Children: Henry Darley
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However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
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