The Smyths of Headborough House near Lismore, County Waterford, descend from Sir Percy Smyth of Ballynatray. William Smyth, who owned the property circa 1700, was an older brother of Richard Smyth of Ballynatray. William Smyth of Headborough It is not known when the...
LAST WORD BY TOM SYKES (IRISH EXAMINER, DECEMBER 2007) The home office is possibly civilisation’s finest invention. Especially when it’s in someone else’s home. My home office, for example is located in a chilly garret at the very top of my wife’s childhood home (we...
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