Dacres Dixon: 1630 – 2024

Dacres Dixon: 1630 – 2024

Following a family famous for the Mason-Dixie line, who made their mark as astronomers, canal engineers and wildlife artists, with cameos by intrepid emerald hunters in Colombia and Venezuela, plus the Red Lion Inn in Henley-on-Thames and links to the families of...

The History of the Barons Eure

IEVERS OF MOUNT IEVERS, COUNTY CLARE RETURN TO IEVERS CONTENTS Mount Ievers Memories by Louis Hemmings (www.louishemmings.com; writer & poet) butterflies vainly fight cobwebbed window panes, crude cracks climb old walls like varicose veins, goliath-oaken doors...

Sir Francis Eure & the Lennard Family

2. SIR FRANCIS EURE & THE LENNARD FAMILY SIR FRANCIS EURE The 3rd Baron Eure’s younger brother Sir Francis Eure served as Chief Justice in North Wales and was the father of Sir Sampson Eure. His date of birth is unknown but is thought to have been in the early...

Sir Sampson Eure

SIR SAMPSON EURE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR WALES While there is sadly no mention of a Henry Eure or Henry Ievers in his will, family lore holds that the Henry Ievers who came to Ireland was a son or close relative of Sir Sampson Eure, the grandson of both the 2nd Baron...

Eure of Belton

Eure of Belton At the National Library in Dublin, there is a letter dated 11th January 1802 written by William Ievers of Mount Ievers to Viscount Limerick in which he claims the title ‘Lord Baron Eure’ by dint of a kinship with the Eure family of England. Mr. Ievers...