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The Temple Church London Lord Marshal of Leinster GHOST*PROTOCOL Lord O'Carroll of Ely Affair

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Published on Mar 27, 2012

The O'Carroll of Ely principality in the centre of Ireland is situated in the ancient Province of Munster on the border with the Lord Marshal of Leinster estates. The Lord Marshal and Lord O'Carroll of Ely = FIXED PLACE LINE = known as = THE PALE = documented in 1206 defined the strategic valley southern border boundary between Celtic Ireland and the Anglo-Norman settlements within the Province of Leinster in Ireland.

The Annals of the Four Masters state that the O'Carroll of Ely had close family links with the Marshal family with the English Plantagenet Realm together with Robert and Edward Bruce of Scotland. Isabella Marshal heiress of the great Marshal Irish Estates born 9th October 1200 "folklore mystery surrounds Lord Donoch O'Carroll of Ely and Isabella Marshal whose grandmother was descended of the Prince's of Ireland O'Carrolls of Ely.

The Temple Church London is the final resting place of Lord Marshal of Leinster Earl of Pembroke and his first born son William. Richard Marshal 3rd Earl of Pembroke lost his life in Ireland in a fierce battle along side Lord Teige O'Carroll of Ely and is buried in the St Francis Priory Kilkenny Leinster Ireland.

During the civil wars in Ireland William Marshal had taken two manors that the Bishop of Ferns claimed but could not get back some years after William's death the Bishop is said to have laid a curse on the family that William's sons would have no children and the great Marshal estates would be scattered each of Lord William Marshal's sons did become the Earl's of Pembroke and Marshal's of England but each died without issue. Henry III King of England attended a Temple Church London service to pray for the life of William Marshal the greatest Knight that ever lived.

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