Peter Lynch (Lince).
Born 1485 Knocke, Meath, ie present day Summerhill, Meath.
The tree is detailed in this 1910 article  which is well sourced as it was created before the 1922 destruction of the Irish public records office. I have an image of the relevant bit of this tree here too - https://www.wikitree.com/photo/jpg/Lynch-6343-2
Interestingly, the 1910 article is not so strong on the links of the Meath Lynch's to the Galway Lynch's. There are now many references available of this link, an example of which can be seen from the attached reference to a Galway Lynch genealogy recorded in Spain in the late 1600s -" Arthur Lynch, descendent of the Knight Nicolas Lynch of Knock, Co.Meath.The Lynch family built the church of St.Nicolas, the convent of St.Augustin and the walls of the city of Galway." 
Further detail on the lineage of the Galway Lynch's can be seen as referenced by the list of Leaders of Galway on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rulers_and_officers_of_Galway_1230%E2%80%931485
The earliest of above was Thomas Lynch (de Lince) (Provost of Galway in 1270) and would have been son or grandson of the 'Knight Nicolas Lynch of Knock, Co.Meath' referenced above and the noted link of the Meath Lynch's to the Galway Lynch's 
No firm evidence exists for the prior ancestry of Knight Nicolas Lynch of Knock, Co.Meath. His ancestors were most likely either :
a) Norman 'de Linche's (as was believed by the descendents of the Galway Lynchs)
b) Gaelic Irish O'Lynche's (who were recorded as being minor Lords in this part of Meath  prior to the arrival of the Normans in the late 1100s and who like numerous other Irish minor lords were likely absorbed into early Norman society) Ref1 Ref2
Alias: Peter Lince.
He was Lord of the marches (or otherwise known as Marquis )  in Knock, County Meath (Present day Summerhill, County Meath)
See attached image/refs for evidence of this title and the Lynches of the Knock ( https://www.wikitree.com/photo/jpg/Lynch-5104-2)
Adherent to the Rebellion of Silken Thomas  Also see attached image of the Annals of Ireland history
Last of this line of titled 'Lynch's of the Knock' was Gerald Lynch on which profile I included the Down Survey references to the substantial lands they owned (aside from Lynch Castle in Knock, Co Meath itself)
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