Without question, Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork, was the dominant figure on Ireland’s Blackwater Valley for the first forty years of the 17th century. Indeed, the entrepreneur from Canterbury was one of the most extraordinary and powerful characters in Western...
The dramatic story of one of the most powerful families in Irish history - their early years as French-speaking adventurers, their rise to being a vital cog in the running of the Irish colony, their rebellions against the kings of England and their stunning decline...
ISAAC EURE – THE REGICIDE As Axel Rose wondered, ‘What’s so civil about war, anyway?’ During the English Civil War, the Eure family divided their loyalties between the supporters of Charles I, the absolutist monarch, and the Parliamentary forces who sought to rule...
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