Arthur Thomas Bruen (1873-1957)

Arthur Thomas Bruen (1873-1957)

Arthur Thomas Bruen, a younger brother of Lady Rathdonnell, was agent at Lisnavagh and served with the Royal Army Service Corps in the war. Become a member of Turtle’s History Library to access all areas, €12/year...
Sir John & Lady Crystal Langham

Sir John & Lady Crystal Langham

  Thomas Kane McClintock Bunbury, 2nd Baron Rathdonnell, died at Lisnavagh on 22 May 1929, aged 81. It was noted that John Langham was ‘present at death.’ This suggests that John Langham was already agent at Lisnavagh. From 1931 until about 1952, John and his wife...
Villiers Stuart of Dromana, County Waterford – Lord of the Decies

Villiers Stuart of Dromana, County Waterford – Lord of the Decies

[These are notes rather than a carefully researched tale.] On 3 July 1215, Thomas Fitz Anthony, Seneschal of Leinster, obtained from King John a grant of the custody of Cos. Waterford and Desmond which included the land of Decies, of which Dromana was its principal...
McClintock of Derry-Londonderry

McClintock of Derry-Londonderry

Random notes on a Derry Haberdasher who became a 1798 Patriot before his flight to Chillicothe, Ohio, and of a Captain James McClintock who was adjutant of the Derry Militia. Become a member of Turtle’s History Library to access all areas, €12/year...

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...