Eyre Ievers (1797-1860) of Mount Ievers Born on 1st March 1797, Eyre Butler Ievers of Glanduff Castle, Co. Limerick. was the youngest of six sons (with four daughters) born to George and Elinor Ievers of Mount Ievers. He took the name ‘Butler’ from his mothers’...
JAMES BUTLER IEVERS (1844-1915) & MAJOR EYRE HERBERT OF GLANDUFF & MOUNT IEVERS JAMES IEVERS & LIZZIE BLACKWELL James Butler Ievers was born on 31st October 1844, the eldest son of Eyre and Mildred Ievers of Mount Ievers. He later lived at Glanduff Castle,...
The story of the Colleys is a rip-roaring account from the first dastardly Tudor to come to Ireland on Thomas Cromwell's watch through to the sad finale for Corkagh, the Colley house near Clondalkin, County Dublin. Among those profiled are the Duke of Wellington, the...
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