McClintock of Derry-Londonderry

McClintock of Derry-Londonderry

William McClintock, Haberdasher & 1798 Patriot   William McClintock of Londonderry was arrested for being a United Irishman on the eve of the 1798 Rebellion. According to Peter Gilmore, Trevor Parkhill and William Roulston’s work ‘Exiles of ’98 – Ulster...

McClintock of Creatland, County Donegal

Thomas McClintock (c. 1774-1838) was listed as a tenant in the Laggan area of the Duke of Abercorn’s Donegal estate in 1794. His address was given as Creatland, which is near St. Johnston in the south of Taughboyne parish. His wife may have been...

William McClintock (d. 1823), Linen Merchant

In the early 19th century, a man named William McClintock was one of the principals in a trading house formed in Londonderry by name of Messrs. A. Schoales, W. M’Clintock and Company. A. Schoales was probably Adam Schoales. In April...
Alan Appleby Drew  (1884-1915)

Alan Appleby Drew  (1884-1915)

  My hairbrush once belonged to Alan Drew, my father’s great-uncle, who was killed in one of those pointless over-the-top charges in World War One. Prior to his death, Alan taught at Mostyn House (the school near Liverpool where he studied as a boy),...
Diana Drew (1912-1978)

Diana Drew (1912-1978)

Educated at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London, my great-aunt Diana Drew was a teenage prodigy whose works appeared at the successful British Lino-Cuts exhibitions in 1929, 1930 and 1931. A passionate yachtswoman and supporter of the Westmorland Tories, she...