Bunburys in the Medieval Age

Bunburys in the Medieval Age

This section follows on from the earlier remarks about the Baron de St Pierre. It is based upon a family tree, compiled in the 19th century, which I discovered in the attic of Lisnavagh House in 1986. Given the enormous passage of time since these people lived, one...

The Bunbury’s First Irish Connection

THE BUNBURY’S FIRST IRISH CONNECTION SIR WILLIAM STANLEY, LISMORE CASTLE & THE GUNPOWDER PLOT Thomas Bunbury of Stanney (1542–1601), father of the first Sir Henry Bunbury, is the first known member of the Bunbury family to have had any involvement with Ireland....
The Baron de St. Pierre & the Bunbury Family

The Baron de St. Pierre & the Bunbury Family

The origins of the family, with their connection to the Baron de St. Pierre and Hugh Lupus, Earl of Chester, plus other links to Saint Boniface, the Barons Malpas, the de Boneberrys &c. Complete access to all articles on this website for €12 / year...
Bumbry (Bunbury) of Virginia

Bumbry (Bunbury) of Virginia

Thomas Bunbury was the eldest grandson of Sir Henry Bunbury of Stanney and the elder brother of Benjamin Bunbury of Killerig. Born in 1634, he went to North America as an indentured servant in 1660 and became a tobacco farmer in Virginia. His great-grandson Dick...
Hugh Mills Bunbury & the Guyana Connection

Hugh Mills Bunbury & the Guyana Connection

Hugh Mills Bunbury (1766-1838)   The Guyana plantation owner Hugh Mill Bunbury was the third and arguably the most eccentric of the six sons born to Thomas Bunbury of Cranavonane and his wife Mary Mill. Born on 11 February 1766, he was baptised at Saint...