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Sir William Gregory (1817-1892) – Governor of Ceylon

SIR WILLIAM GREGORY (1817-1892) – GOVERNOR OF CEYLON As the train chugged its way into the highlands, Sir William Gregory surveyed the view from his window. The hills were crawling with olive-skinned men and women, clad in colourful robes, their nimble hands diving...

Ievers & Crawford – From Ireland to Ceylon

IEVERS & CRAWFORD – FROM IRELAND TO CEYLON image title Above: Bob Ievers, father-in-law of the 3rd Baron Rathdonnell. The Ievers Connection Robert Ievers was a high profile government minister in Ceylon during the late 19th century. He spoke Singhalese, wrote...
Cuffe, Earls of Desart – Ghostly Women and Forgotten Heroes 

Cuffe, Earls of Desart – Ghostly Women and Forgotten Heroes 

The story of the Cuffes of Desart Court in the Irish county of Kilkenny is as sprawling an epic as ever there was. Over nine generations, the family were deeply ensconced in the affairs of Ireland and the Anglo-Irish world. Their rise through the ranks of Great...
Finlay of Corkagh House, Clondalkin

Finlay of Corkagh House, Clondalkin

The saga of a family who flee Scotland with the downfall of Mary, Queen of Scots, and make their fortune in Ireland through private banking and a useful cousin that happens to own a handful of iron mines in Sweden. Covering events such as the 1798 Rising and Robert...