Thomas II de Bermingham
Thomas II de Bermingham was an Anglo-Irish lord who died in 1473.
The succession to the lordship is unclear for much of the 15th and early 16th centuries. According to the annals, in 1426:
John, son of Mac Feorais Bermingham, was slain by Thomas, his own brother's son.
When Walter died in 1428, he was succeeded by a Thomas de Bermingham. The Complete Peerage states that this Thomas was a son of Walter.
- The Abbey of Athenry, Martin J. Blake, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, volume II, part ii, 1902
- The Birmingham family of Athenry, H. T. Knox, J.G.A.H.S., volume ten, numbers iii and iv, 1916-17.
- The Birmingham chalice, J. Rabbitte, J.G.A.H.S., volume 17, i and ii, 1936-27[clarification needed]
- The Second Battle of Athenry, Adrian James Martyn, East Galway News & Views, September 2008-April 2009
Walter de Bermingham
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Thomas III de Bermingham