1) Chief Captain of Ireland
In 1494, Gilbert Nugent, Baron of Delvin,was appointed Chief Captain of the King
Henry VII forces in Ireland, at a salary of £200 a year,6 on June 25, three days after the entries of payment of
army wages in Hattecliffe's accounts stop.
According to the history of Henry VII's Relations with Scotland and Ireland 1485–1498
By Agnes Conway
2) Chief of all Irish forces of Dublin, Meath, Kildare, and
RICHARD, 7th baron, had summonses to parliament in the years 1486, 1490, 1493, and 1498 and was constituted by
the lord justices and council in 1496 as Commander and Leader in
Chief of all forces of Dublin, Meath, Kildare, and Louth.
3) William Nugent, Baron Delvin - was Sheriff of Meath 1401
4) Christopher 8th Baron Delvin - 1593 - Chief of Forces in Westmeath - Summoned Parliament in