George Frederick Ievers of Avonmore (1882-1944) George Frederick Ievers was the eldest son of George Maurice Ievers of of Inchera, Co. Cork and later, Ballinagarde, Co. Limerick, by his wife Phoebe Elizabeth, daughter of the Very Rev. James Hastings Allen, Dean of...
Squadron Leader Norman Ievers (1912-1993) George and Ada’s third son Norman Lancelot Ievers ultimately succeeded to Mount Ievers and to him we shall return. Be was born at Patrickwell, Co. Limerick, on 16 March 1912, he was educated at Aravon and, from September 1926,...
The story of the Colleys is a rip-roaring account from the first dastardly Tudor to come to Ireland on Thomas Cromwell's watch through to the sad finale for Corkagh, the Colley house near Clondalkin, County Dublin. Among those profiled are the Duke of Wellington, the...
THE MCCLINTOCKS OF RATHVINDEN, CO. CARLOW COLONEL GEORGE MCCLINTOCK (1822-1873) OF FELLOW’S HALL ‘At Drumcar. Co. Louth, Lady Elizabeth M’Clintock (sister of the Earl of Clancarty), a son.’ So ran the first record of George Augustus Jocelyn McClintock, published in...
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