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Charlie Butler (1860-1932) – Agent at Lisnavagh

Charlie Butler (1860-1932) – Agent at Lisnavagh

My thanks to Edward Ruadh Butler, Isobel Butler and David K’Eogh who collectively provided me with almost all of these photographs of Lisnavagh House, Farm House, farmyard and what appears to be Germaine’s.    *****   Charlie Butler was agent to...
William McClintock of Lifford (1724-disinherited)

William McClintock of Lifford (1724-disinherited)

Disinherited for marrying his first cousin Francelina Nesbit, William had further heartache with the premature death in India of his son Alexander, a friend of the diarist William Hickey. Unlimited access for €1 a month / €12 a year...
Baron Lisgar & The Youngs of Bailieborough

Baron Lisgar & The Youngs of Bailieborough

A little bit of salacious Victorian gossip, and East Indies Company shenanigans, connected to a line of the McClintocks. Unlimited access for €1 a month / €12 a year...
John McClintock of Trintaugh (1698-1765)

John McClintock of Trintaugh (1698-1765)

John McClintock of Trintaugh, County Donegal, was the third surviving son of John and Janet McClintock of Trintaugh. A favourite of his older brother Alexander, which irked his other brother William of Cappagh, he was father to 13 children including Bumper Jack...