JAMES BUTLER IEVERS (1844-1915) & MAJOR EYRE HERBERT OF GLANDUFF & MOUNT IEVERS JAMES IEVERS & LIZZIE BLACKWELL James Butler Ievers was born on 31st October 1844, the eldest son of Eyre and Mildred Ievers of Mount Ievers. He later lived at Glanduff Castle,...
GEORGE MAURICE IEVERS (1850-1908) George Maurice Ievers of Ballinagarde House, Co. Limerick, and Inchera, Co. Cork was Norman Lancelot Ievers’ grandfather. He was born on 29th January 1850, the third son of Eyre and Mildred Ievers of Mount Ievers, and went to...
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...
The story of the Finn family who have lived in the townland o f Drummin, near St. Mullins, Co. Carlow, since at least the 18th century. William Finn served with the United Irishmen in 1798, while his son John, a farmer, assisted the Poor Law Commissioners in the...
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