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Dr. Barry O’Meara (1786-1836) – Napoleon’s Doctor

Dr. Barry O’Meara (1786-1836) – Napoleon’s Doctor

An account of the gang-ho surgeon from Blackrock, County Dublin, who became physician and friend to the fallen French Emperor during his exile on the island of St Helena. Unlimited access for €1 a month / €12 a year...
Tighe of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny, and Rossana, Co. Wicklow

Tighe of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny, and Rossana, Co. Wicklow

An epic saga that follows the descendants of an opportunist farmer who became the principal baker to Oliver Cromwell’s troops in Ireland through to a murder in 1917. We meet one of Dean Swift’s greatest foes, families such as Bligh, Fownes and Bunbury, and a host of...

The Kinnears from Balmerino to Ballybay

THE KINNEARS FROM BALMERINO TO BALLYBAY Arms: Sable, on a bend or, three martlets (or canary birds) vert. Crest: Two anchors, saltier ways, proper. Motto: I live in hope. WHAT’S IN A NAME? There have always been numerous variations to the spelling of the name with de...
The Trench Family, Earls of Clancarty

The Trench Family, Earls of Clancarty

A remarkable family, descended from a French Huguenot refugee whose grandson established the family at Ballinasloe in County Galway. Headed up by the Earl of Clancarty, its prominent figures include one of the architects of modern Europe after Napoleon's fall, a 20th...

The Gough Family – Irish War Heroes

The Gough Family – Irish War Heroes image title Above: Published in July 2017, Christopher Brice’s biography tells the story of Field Marshal Sir Hugh Gough, Commander- in-Chief of British India, and a son of Letitia Bunbury of Lisnavagh House, County Carlow. Contents...