Hubert Dillon was the father of John (the transplantee) and Mary Dillon.

Mary Dillon married Garick Dillon of Portlick Castle, nephew of the 1st Viscount Dillon.

John Dillon (14th) married Mary Malone, daughter of Edmund Malone of Ballynehown, Co. Westmeath, and he died about 1689.


John Dillon had as eldest son and heir, Edmund Dillon of Strokestown, who married Mary, daughter of Sir Richard Burke of Ardfry. Their only child was a daughter who became the wife of a later Edmund Malone of Ballynehown.

Rose Dillon, daughter of John (14th), married Captain Robert Dillon of Loughglynn and were the parents of Theobald Dillon of Kilmore, the 7th Viscount. Theobald Dillon, in 1689, re-formed the Dillon Regiment (originally raised in 1650 by Sir James Dillon, 8th son of the 1st Viscount) for the purpose of assisting the dethroned James II to regain his lost crown through Ireland. [This Theobald died in 1691. His story will be included later - he was killed by his OWN troops in France].

Ellice Dillon, a daughter of John (14th), became the wife of Anthony Brabazon of Ballinasloe, grandfather of Anthony Brabazon of Ballinasloe who married Margaret Malone.