Offaly, Dublin,  Bath, London, Tasmania and India
There is a long history of the Drought family in Ireland, principally in Offaly and Dublin.

James Drought, DD, a professor at Trinity College Dublin; died Bath 1820

Robert Campbell Drought, (Reverend) born Offaly 1776; lived Bath, Dublin, Chester; curate Shadwell (London) 1822; migrated 1830; died Tasmania 1836.

His children include:

Elizabeth Drought, born Dublin about 1796

James Drought, M.P. born Chester about 1797; died in Kenya.

Rev. Charles Bristow Drought, born about 1800

Justinian Raynsford Drought, born about 1801 in Dublin; HEIC; died Madras, India, 25 May 1931

Maj. Gen. Richard Drought, born Worcester in 1802, died Brighton 1873

Mary Wilmot Drought

Henrietta Drought, born Shadwell, 1811; died London about 1821

Henry Albert Matthew Drought, born 31 May 1814 was a midshipman in the East India Company and later a commander in the Indian Navy.

Anne Giddings, born about 1797; lived Shadwell, London in 1822; migrated to Tasmania in Lang 1829 with her father. Married (1) James Giddings in London about 1816, and (2) Thomas Hamilton in Hobart 6 March 1851

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