Susan I came into this information about all Fleury's who attended Trinity College in Dublin.I don't know that I ever saw this message but will try to contact you at your email address.If you see this message, please contact me.I am still searching for our origins in Ireland.
The following I got from Trinity College, Dublin (anything in Italic is what I've added):
Alumni Dublinessis: George Alexander entered Nov 1809 aged 15, s/o George 'clericus' born Waterford. BA 1814. George Lewis entered May 1759, scholar 1761, BA 1763, MA 1776, Archdeacon of Waterford (so obviously the George 'clericus' above) Henry entered Oct 1805 aged 17, s/o George 'archdecanus' born Waterford, MA 1810, MA 1832, see also Boase supplement (Dict. Modern Biography) John Devereux entered Jun 1840 aged 18 s/o Henry, clergyman, born Tramore, BA 1845. Richard entered Nov 1803 aged 15, s/o George, archdeacon, BA 1808, MA 1812 Robert Anthony entered 1810 aged 15, s/o George, clericus, born Waterford, BA 1815, MA 1832, Irish Bar 1818 From the supplement to Alumni Dublinensis (going to 1868): Charles Robert entered Jul 1852 aged 17, s/o Rev Henry, born Waterford Charles William entered Jul 1856 aged 20, s.o Charles Marlay, clericus, born Dublin, BA 1860, MA 1871 Francis George entered Oct 1850 aged 17, s/o Charles, clericus, born Dublin