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Wall (Du Valle) of County Carlow

Wall (Du Valle) of County Carlow

From the time of the Anglo-Normans through until the end of the seventeenth century, a large swathe of land running east of Carlow town in Ireland was held by the Wall family. Much of this property was subsequently subsumed into the estates of the Bunbury and Burton...

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...

2nd Lieutenant William McClintock Bunbury (1878-1900)

2ND LIEUTENANT WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK BUNBURY (1878-1900) 2nd Lieutenant the Hon. William McClintock Bunbury was born at Lisnavagh on 15 September 1878, the eldest son and heir of Thomas Kane (Tom) McClintock Bunbury, 2nd Baron Rathdonnell, and his wife, Lady Katherine...

George Bunbury of Moyle & Rathmore (1747-1820) MP for Thomastown

GEORGE BUNBURY OF MOYLE & RATHMORE (1747 – 1820) MP FOR THOMASTOWN George Bunbury was the great-grandson of the first Bunbury to settle in Ireland. His grandfather, the first William Bunbury acquired the estate at Lisnavagh at the close of the 17th century. His...