Colonel John Ievers (c. 1650 – 1729) of Sixmilebridge

COLONEL JOHN IEVERS (C. 1650 – 1729) OF SIXMILEBRIDGE Colonel John Ivers was born circa 1650 and was the second son of Henry Ivers by his marriage to Elizabeth Butler. Following the disinheritance of his older brother Henry for marrying a woman ‘of noe forune’, John...
The McClintock Family in Scotland

The McClintock Family in Scotland

The McClintocks were a Scottish family who settled in north west Donegal (Trintaugh, Rathdonnell, Dunmore) during the early 17th century and spread east into Counties Derry, Tyrone (Seskinore), Armagh (Fellow’s Hall) and Louth (Drumcar, Red Hall, Newtown). In...
Bunbury of Johnstown House, County Carlow, Ireland

Bunbury of Johnstown House, County Carlow, Ireland

A branch of the Bunbury family lived at Johnstown House outside Carlow town for most of the 18th and early 19th century. This account looks at such characters as the travel writer Selina Bunbury and the pioneering postmaster Sir Henry Noel Bunbury, as well as...
Bunbury of Killerig, County Carlow

Bunbury of Killerig, County Carlow

A lesser known branch of the Irish family whose members include the mistress to one of George III’s sons, one of Australia’s most celebrated clockmakers, a brilliant pianist, a Victoria Cross winner and the landlord of the Yellow-Lion Inn in Carlow Town,...