(with sub-chapters on the Earls of Listowel, the Earls of Yarborough & the Bevans) Henley as painted by Jan Sieberech circa 1690 (Tate Gallery, London) Contents 1. Introduction: The Ballyhooly Circle 2. Convamore 3. The Earls of Listowel 4. The Earls of Yarborough...
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...
JACK BUNBURY (1851 – 1893) (AKA HON. JOHN WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK BUNBURY) Born in Dublin on 1st September 1851, the Hon. John William (Jack) McClintock Bunbury was the only brother of Thomas Kane (“Tom”) McClintock Bunbury (1848 – 1929), subsequently Lord Rathdonnell and...
The Bunburys of Lisnavagh descend from Thomas Bunbury, son of Sir Henry Bunbury (1565-1634) of Stanney Hall, Cheshire. This page looks at his links to the Birkenhead family and Balliol College, Oxford, as well as Cromwellian links to Carlow town and the gruesome fate...
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