1) (The Hall, co. Wexford; Alexander Redmond, Esq., of the Hall, d. 1599, leaving three sons: 1) Alexander, who was twice beseiged in his castle by Oliver Cromwell, which he manfully defended against him, but eventually capitulated on honourable terms; 2) Gabriel, whose descendants settled in France, the last known of whom, Sir John Redmond, was Knight of the Order of Christ, and of the Military Order of St. Louis, in the last century; 3) Thomas, ancestor of Redmond, of Movilla, Killygowan, and Ballynacurry, co. Wexford, and Killoughter House, co. Wicklow. Ulster’s Office). Gu. a castle with two towers representing Sa. a bend ar. betw. three (another, six) fleurs-de-lis or.The Hall" ar. betw. three woolpacks or. Crest—A beacon fired ppr.
2) (Movilla, co. Wexford; descended from Thomas Redmond, third son of Alexander Redmond, Esq., of “The Hall,” who d. 1599, represented by Gabriel John Walsingham Redmond, Esq., son of John Walsingham Cooke Redmond, Esq., of Movilla, d. 1862, and grandson of Gabriel Rice Redmond, Esq., Inspector-General of Military Hospitals, d. 1832). Same Arms and Crest.