The dramatic tale of the Stronge family from their arrival in Ireland on the eve of the siege of Derry through to the brutal murder of Sir Norman Stronge and his son James by the Provisional Irish Republican Army in 1981. ****** The Tynan Estate Back in...
Amongst the family portraits on the walls of Lisnavagh House in County Carlow is one of a seemingly benign, well-fed gentleman clad in blue ermine. The note on the back states that he was the attorney Redmond Kane (née O’Cahan) of Mantua, Swords, County Dublin,...
OVERVIEW: THE BUNBURY FAMILY – RELATED FAMILIES The Butlers Gilbert Butler (1910 – 2002) was one of Ireland’s last Anglo-Irish gentlemen farmers, as well as a past President of the Royal Dublin Society. His grandson Turtle Bunbury lived with him...
A family who rose through the hierarchy through their astute understanding of finance, property and agriculture, culminating with John Foster’s election as Speaker of the Irish House of Commons and his elevation to the peerage as Baron Oriel. With 6,500 acres –...
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