Rev. Alick McClintock (1775-1836) & the Tithe War

Rev. Alick McClintock (1775-1836) & the Tithe War

Alick – or Alexander – McClintock was the second son of  'Bumper Jack' M'Clintock, of Drumcar, M.P., and his wife Patience (née Foster). In 1831, while serving as Rector of Newtownbarry (now Bunclody) in County Wexford, he became deeply embroiled in the Tithe Wars...

Colvin of Monkhams Hall

COLVIN OF MONKHAMS HALL ISABELLA KATHERINE MCCLINTOCK BUNBURY – THE BROWN MOUSE image title The christening of Patrick Colvin in 1926 was attended by the 2nd Lord Rathdonnell (left), Hester and her daughter Susan, Jack Colvin, Isabella Colvin (holding baby Pat), an...
The McClintock Family in Scotland

The McClintock Family in Scotland

The McClintocks were a Scottish family who settled in north west Donegal (Trintaugh) during the early 17th century and spread east into Counties Derry (Dunmore), Tyrone (Seskinore) and Louth (Drumcar, Red Hall, Newtown). In 1798, John McClintock married Jane Bunbury...
John McClintock, 1st Baron Rathdonnell (1798-1879)

John McClintock, 1st Baron Rathdonnell (1798-1879)

John McClintock, who inherited Drumcar House, County Louth, in 1855, launched a series of mostly unsuccessful campaigns to represent County Louth at Westminster. He served just one term from 1857-9, but he caught the eye of Benjamin Disraeli and was created Baron...

Alexander McClintock of Drumcar (1692-1775)

ALEXANDER MCCLINTOCK OF DRUMCAR (1692-1775) Alexander McClintock, the eldest son of John and Janet McClintock of Trintaugh, Co Donegal, was born on 30 September 1692. He most likely went to Dublin in about 1710 where he read law and became a barrister of note during...