Tuesday, 2 June 2020

(419) Barry (later Creagh-Barry) of Dundullerick

Barry of Dundullerick
The Barrys of Dundullerick were descended from David Oge Barry (d. 1579?), who was murdered at the instigation of his cousin James Barry, 4th Viscount Buttevant, but left four sons and one daughter. His second son, Redmond Barry (fl. c.1550-1615) was the father of James Barry (d. c.1617), with whom the genealogy below begins, and who purchased Dundullerick in the early 17th century. Very little is known about the early generations of this family, who were apparently consistent in their adherence to the Roman Catholic faith through four centuries. As a result of the operation of the penal laws, they were unable to hold public office, attend university, or participate in many of the professions until the late 18th century. Taken together with the poor survival of records in Ireland before the 19th century, this means that little independent confirmation of the genealogy which the family provided to the editors of Burke's Landed Gentry is possible. This is significant because there are suspiciously long intervals between generations in the 17th and early 18th centuries, and while the published descent is not impossible, it may be that the published account is incomplete.

James Barry's son, Edmond Barry (d. 1660/1665) is reported to have built or rebuilt the main house at Dundullerick, which he passed on to his son Thomas Barry (fl. 1684) and grandson, Garrett Barry (c.1680-1760). The two townlands of Dundullerick East and Dundullerick West both had substantial houses, and Garrett Barry left one to each of his two sons, Edmond Barry (c.1712-84) and Garrett Barry, after which they followed different paths through the family until the 20th century. Edmond Barry inherited Dundullerick East, which had the principal house, and passed this at his death to his fifth son, William Barry (1757-1824). Garrett Barry inherited Dundullerick West, which he mortgaged to Edmond's fourth son, David Barry (d. 1820). It subsequently passed into David's possession, but whether this was by purchase or inheritance is not clear. It then passed to David's son, Edmond Barry (1794-1862). On Edmond's death it passed to his son David Creagh Barry (1839-64), but when David died shortly afterwards it went to his younger brother, Pierce Barry (1840-1908), who was in Australia at the time, and had to return home to claim his inheritance. Pierce was unmarried and farmed Dundullerick West on his own until he needed help to manage the property. He then brought in his nephew, Edmond John Barry (1873-1934) and made him his heir. Edmund also remained unmarried, and at his death the property passed to his younger brother, William Barry (1886-1960), a local solicitor, who sold the estate to his third cousin, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952) of Dundullerick House.

William Barry (1757-1824), who had inherited Dundullerick House in 1784, probably rebuilt or remodelled it to give it the Georgian appearance it is known to have had in the 20th century. He had a very large family (eleven sons and three daughters) and may well have felt the need for extra space, although he also lived at Rockville, Carrigtwohill. His eldest son, James William Barry (1782-1846) inherited the house. He and several of his brothers were very active in Liberal politics in the second quarter of the 19th century. At his death the estate passed to his elder son, William Barry (c.1819-75), who died unmarried, having outlived his younger brother, who was a barrister, secretary to the local Liberal MP, and also unmarried. In 1875, therefore, the estate passed to their sister, Anna Maria (1821-75) and her husband, Philip William Creagh (1817-1901), although since Anna Maria died later the same year, Philip Creagh was the effective beneficiary. His elder son, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952) inherited in due course, and it was he who finally reunited the ownership of the two Dundullerick townlands. Rather improbably, he married an English musical comedy actress, and the family spent some time in England, where they had a house at Southsea (Hampshire). In 1950 he sold the whole Dundullerick estate, and both Dundullerick House and Dundullerick West have subsequently been demolished.

Dundullerick House and Dundullerick West, Leamlara, Co. Cork

Two houses about which very little can be said, since no illustration of either appears to be known. The estate was acquired by the Barry family in the early 17th century, and included the townlands of Dundullerick East and Dundullerick West, each of which had a substantial house with a gate lodge, the two properties being occupied by two branches of the family from the 18th to the 20th century. Dundullerick House itself is said to have been built or rebuilt in the mid 17th century for Edmund Barry (d. 1660/65), but it was again rebuilt or remodelled in Georgian times as a two-storey house with a three-bay centre and single-storey, two-bay wings. It is not known when this was done, but it was perhaps for William Barry, who inherited in 1784 and died in 1824.

In the later 19th century the estate passed by marriage to Philip William Creagh (1817-1901). His son, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952) was the last member of the family to live permanently at Dundullerick. The house was put up for sale in 1950 with 310 acres of land, and was then described as "a stone-built residence, facing west, with main windows south and east...with considerable charm... in nicely timbered parklands". The house was said to be structurally sound (from which I think we can infer poor decorative order!) and consisted of four reception rooms, four principal bedrooms and service accommodation, some of which was in the basement, which formed the ground floor at the rear of the building. In 1957 the main house was 'compact, modernised and in good repair'. Later owners do not seem to have shown the same care, however, and by 1995 both Dundullerick House and Dundullerick West had been demolished, along with the stable court, lodges and all but one of the outbuildings. New houses and farm buildings now stand close to the sites of both houses.

Descent of Dundullerick House: sold to James Barry (d. c.1617); to son, Edmund Barry (d. 1660/65); to son, Thomas Barry (fl. 1684); to son, Garrett Barry (c.1680-1760); to son, Edmond Barry (c.1712-84); to son, William Barry (1757-1824); to son, James William Barry (1782-1846); to son, William Barry (c.1817-75); to sister, Anna Maria (1821-75), wife of Philip William Creagh (1817-1901); to son, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952); sold 1950 to James Aherne (d. 1957); sold to W.J. Cronin...

Descent of Dundullerick West: as above to Garrett Barry (c.1680-1760); to son, Garrett Barry; to nephew, David Barry (d. 1820); to son, Edmond Barry (1794-1862); to son, David Creagh Barry (1839-64); to brother, Pierce Barry (1840-1908); to nephew, Edmond John Barry (1873-1934); to brother, William John (alias William Joseph) Barry (1886-1960), who sold it to his third cousin, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952), and then as above.

Barry (later Creagh-Barry) family of Dundullerick


Barry, James (d. c.1617). Son of Redmond Barry (fl. c.1550-1615) of Kilcor and Killhacurra, and his wife Honora, daughter of [forename unknown] O'Brien of Kilcor. The popular pretender to the earldom of Desmond, James FitzThomas FitzGerald (d. 1608) having been given sanctuary in woodlands belonging to the Barrys, James was pardoned by Queen Elizabeth in 1601. He married [forename unknown] Roche and had issue, probably among others:
(1) Edmund Barry (d. 1660/1665) (q.v.).
He purchased the Dundullerick estate.
He died in about 1617. His wife's date of death is unknown.

Barry, Edmund (d. 1660/1665). Only recorded son of James Barry (d. c.1617) and his wife [forename unknown] Roche. He married Jane Egan and had issue, probably among others:
(1) Thomas Barry (fl. 1684)
He inherited the Dundullerick estate from his father in about 1617 and is said to have built or rebuilt Dundullerick House.
He died in 1660 or 1665.

Barry, Thomas (fl. 1684). Only recorded son of Edmund Barry (d. 1660/1665) and his wife Jane Egan. He married [forename unknown], daughter of Ludovick O'Cahill of Ballyvodock Castle or of Daniel Duff O'Cahill, and had issue:
(1) Garrett Barry (c.1680-1760) (q.v.);
(2) Thomas Barry; married [forename unknown] Davis and had issue one son.
He inherited Dundullerick from his father in 1660 or 1665.
He was living in 1684 but his date of death is unknown. His wife's date of death is unknown.

Barry, Garrett (c.1680-1760). Elder son of Thomas Barry (fl. 1684) and his wife [forename unknown], daughter of Ludovick O'Cahill of Ballyvodock Castle or of Daniel Duff O'Cahill. He married 1st, Dorinda, daughter of Capt. Teige McOwen McDonal McCarthy of East Ballyneadig, and 2nd, 1730, Elizabeth, daughter of Luke Coppinger, and had issue:
(1.1) Edmond Barry (c. 1712-84) (q.v.);
(1.2) Garrett Barry, of Ballyedmond and Dundullerick West (which he mortgaged to his nephew David); married, 1762, Catherine Morrough of Castle Martyr (Co. Cork) and had issue three daughters;
(1.3) Abigail Barry; married, 1762?? [recte 1732/42??], James Fitzgerald of Ballymartin (Co. Cork), grandson of Sir William Fitzgerald of Glenane, and had issue;
(1.4) Mary Barry; married Maurice Murphy of Lismeelcunnin, and had issue;
(1.5) Ellinor Barry; married, 1737, Thomas Barry of Cork, merchant;
(2.1) Bridget Barry; married Maurice Hannigan of Castle Lyons, and had issue.
He inherited Dundullerick from his father.
He died in 1760. His first wife died before 1730. His second wife's date of death is unknown.

Barry, Edmond (c.1712-84). Elder son of Garrett Barry (c.1680-1760) and his first wife Dorinda, daughter of Capt. Teige McOwen McDonal McCarthy of East Ballyneadig, born about 1712. He married, 1737, Johanna, daughter of John Coppinger of Granacloyne (Co. Cork), and had issue:
(1) Garrett Barry, of Curraheen and Carrigtwohill (Co. Cork); married Ellen Power of Snowhill (Co. Kilkenny) and had issue one son and two daughters;
(2) Thomas Barry; married [forename unknown] Bernard, and had issue one daughter (who died young);
(3) Edmond Barry, of Cork, who married 1st, [forename unknown] Gould, and had issue one daughter; married 2nd, Catherine Conlon of Limerick, and had further issue three sons and two daughters;
(4) David Barry (d. 1820) of Dundullerick (q.v.);
(5) William Barry (1757-1824) (q.v.);
(6) James Barry (1759-1830) of Birch Hill (aka Lackabeha) and Ahanisk (Co. Cork), born 1759; married, 1784, Abigail (d. 1833), second daughter of James Barry of Desert and widow of James Cotter of Castle Lyons, and had issue three sons and five daughters; died 6 July 1830;
(7) Richard Barry, of Barry's Lodge (Co. Cork); JP for Co. Cork; married Honora, daughter of Garret FitzThomas Barry (who was said to be a descendant of the McAdam Barrys of Lisnegar);
(8) Dora Barry; married Thomas Coppinger, fourth son of William Coppinger of Ballyvolane and Barry's Court, and had issue four sons and four daughters;
(9) Mary Ann Barry; married, in or after 1783, Philip Barry of Ballynahina.
He inherited Dundullerick from his father in 1760. At his death it passed to his fifth son, William. 
His will, dated 30 March 1783, was proved in 1784. His widow was living in 1784 but her date of death is unknown.

Barry, David (d. 1820). Fourth son of Edmond Barry (c.1712-84) and his wife Johanna, daughter of John Coppinger of Granacloyne (Co. Cork). He married, about 1792, Emma (d. 1800), daughter of Joseph Taylor of Dunkarron (Co. Cork), and had issue:
(1) Edmond Barry (1794-1862) (q.v.);
(2) Joseph Barry (1796-1860), of Midleton Lodge, Glenbeg (Co. Cork), baptised 8 November 1796; educated at Trinity College, Dublin (MD 1822); physician (LRCSI 1823) to Cork Dispensary and later medical officer for Midleton district; JP for Co. Cork; married, 19 April 1852 at St Mary RC, Haddington Rd., Dublin, Ellen, seventh daughter of Sir John Power, 1st bt., of Edermine (Co. Wexford), but had no issue; died suddenly at Killeagh railway station, 18 September 1860; will proved 11 April 1861 (effects under £1,500);
(3) Emma Barry (1798-1840), born 28 September 1798; married Edward Davy FRS (1785-1857) of Kimmage Lodge (Co. Dublin), professor of chemistry in Royal Cork Institution, 1813-26 and at Royal Dublin Society, 1826-54, second son of William Davy of Penzance (Cornw.); buried at Crumlin (Co. Dublin), 20 May 1840.
He acquired Dundullerick West from his uncle, perhaps by foreclosing on a mortgage, but possibly by inheritance.
He died 20 August 1820. His wife is said to have died in 1800.

Barry, Edmond (1794-1862). Elder son of David Barry (d. 1820) and his wife Emma, daughter of Joseph Taylor of Dunkarron (Co. Cork), born 9 October 1794. Farmer and landowner. He married, 30 November 1836, perhaps at St Nicholas, Cork, Sarah Isabella (d. 1861), daughter of Pierce Creagh of Rockforest Lodge, and had issue:
(1) Isabella Barry (1838-50?), born at Rockforest Lodge, 23 August 1838; died young, possibly in 1850;
(2) David Creagh Barry (1839-64), born at Rockforest Lodge, 15 September 1839; sued for breach of contract over the sale of timber from woodland on the estate, 1863, but won the case; died unmarried and without issue, 16 or 18 February 1864;
(3) Pierce Joseph Barry (1840-1908), born at Rockforest Lodge, 2 November 1840; emigrated to Australia before 1863 but returned on inheriting Dundullerick West; died unmarried and without issue, 26 April 1908 and left Dundullerick to his nephew, Edmond John Barry (1873-1934); his will was proved 22 May 1908 (estate £2,410);
(4) Joseph Barry (1842-64), born 1 February 1842; died unmarried, 11 January 1864;
(5) Emma Barry (1843-45?), born 11 March and baptised at Lisgoold, 12 March 1843; died young, possibly in 1845;
(6) Edmond Barry (1844-1911) (q.v.);
(7) William Barry (1852-68), born 13 January 1852; died of typhoid fever at Clongowes Wood College, 19 April 1868.
He inherited Dundullerick West from his father in 1820, and Dunkarron Castle (Co. Cork) from his mother's family. He sold Dunkarron to his cousin, Thomas Taylor MD. Dundullerick West passed in turn to his sons David, and Pierce.
He died 17 June 1862; will proved at Cork, 18 December 1863 (effects under £450). His wife died 18 June 1861.

Barry, Edmond (1844-1911). Fourth son of Edmond Barry (1794-1862) and his wife Sarah Isabella, daughter of Pierce Creagh of Rockforest Lodge, born 31 October 1844. He married, 7 November 1871, Mary (b. c.1851), daughter of John Higgins of Midleton (Co. Cork), and had issue:
(1) Edmond John Barry (1873-1934), born 26 March 1873; farmer at Dundullerick West, which he inherited from his uncle, Pierce Barry, in 1908; died unmarried and without issue, 20 December 1934;
(2) John Joseph Barry (1884-1944), of Liverpool, born 8 December 1884; educated at Prior Park School, Bath (Som.) and Queen's College, Cork (LRCPI 1911; LRCSI 1911); physician and surgeon in Liverpool; married, 8 April 1915 at St Mary RC Church, Newport (Monmouths.), Caroline Mary (1893-1958), daughter of Henry Clarke of Newport, and had issue one son and four daughters; died suddenly, 15 October 1944; will proved 8 February 1945 (estate £11,769);
(3) William John (alias William Joseph) Barry (1886-1960), of Midleton (Co. Cork), born 12 June 1886; solicitor in Midleton from c.1910; inherited Dundullerick West from his elder brother in 1934 but sold it to his third cousin, James William Creagh-Barry (1863-1952) of Dundullerick House; married, 24 November 1925, Hanora Rose, daughter of Michael H. Walsh of Midleton, merchant, and had issue four daughters; died 11 September 1960.
He died in July 1911. His wife was living in 1911; her date of death is unknown.

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Barry, William (1757-1824). Fifth son of Edmond Barry (c.1712-84) and his wife Johanna, daughter of John Coppinger of Granacloyne (Co. Cork), born 1757. He married, c.1780, Margaret, eldest daughter of James Barry of Desert (Co. Cork) (who was said to be a descendant of the McAdam Barrys of Lisnegar), and had issue:
(1) Edmund Barry; died young;
(2) James William Barry (1782-1846) (q.v.);
(3) Johanna Barry (1784-1873), born 1 July 1784; died unmarried, 1873;
(4) David Barry (d. 1838/9), of Barry's Lodge (Co. Cork); married, 6 December 1823, Julia (d. 1835), daughter of Myles Geran of Mitchelstown, and had issue one son (Richard, who became a famous gentleman rider), and two daughters; died between February 1838 and July 1839;
(5) Edmund Barry (d. c.1845); educated at Edinburgh University (admitted 1811; MD, 1844); died unmarried soon after receiving his doctorate;
(6) Ellen Barry; married James Fitzgerald of Castle Lyons and had issue one son;
(7) Richard Barry (c.1789-1865?), of Greenville; married, 13 April 1819 at St Finbarr RC church, Cork, Catherine (1793-1840), daughter of John Gallwey of Rocklodge, Monkstown (Co. Cork) and Doon (Co. Clare), and had issue six sons and two daughters; probably the man of this name who died 3 April 1865;
(8) Mary Barry (c.1790-1878), of Greenville; died unmarried, 8 June 1878; administration of goods (with will annexed) granted 31 October 1884 (effects £329).
(9) William Barry (d. 1855); an officer in the Royal Navy, 1805-14 (Lt., 1812; Cdr.); died unmarried, 19 September 1855;
(10) Thomas Barry (d. c.1850), of Rockville; married, 15 November 1829, Julia, daughter of Stephen Murphy of Cork, draper, and had issue three sons and two daughters; died between 1844 and 1856;
(11) Garrett Barry (c.1797-1861), of Greenville; racehorse owner (his horses included Arthur and Waitawhile); JP for Co. Cork; died unmarried, 29 March 1861; administration of goods (with will annexed) granted to his unmarried sisters, 30 April 1861 (effects under £3,000);
(12) Patrick Barry (c.1799-1861), of Cork, born about 1799; married Anne, daughter of Stephen Murphy of Cork, and had issue two sons and one daughter; died suddenly at his marine residence in Youghal, 5 September 1861;
(13) John W. Barry (c.1800-74); educated at Edinburgh University (MD, 1823), licenced to practice medicine, 1823; medical officer of Carrignavan and later of Carrigtwohill District, Co. Cork; married Ellen, daughter of David Kearney of Newcastle (Co. Tipperary) and had issue two sons and one daughter; died December 1874;
(14) Henry Barry (c.1803-68); of Ballyadam, farmer; Belgian Consul at Cork; Constable of the barony of Barrymore; coroner for the East Riding of Cork; Chevalier of the Order of Leopold (Belgium), a Liberal in politics and active in public affairs in Cork for forty years; married Mary Lynch, but had no issue; died 16 December 1868; will proved 21 May 1869 (effects under £5,000).
He lived at Rockville, but inherited Dundullerick House from his father.
He died 24 January 1824. His wife's date of death is unknown.

Barry, James William (1782-1846). Second, but eldest surviving, son of William Barry (1757-1824) and his wife Margaret, eldest daughter of James Barry of Desert (Co. Cork), born 1782. He was a Liberal in politics. He married, 1818, Elizabeth (d. 1839), daughter of Edward Barry of Kilbolane, and had issue:
(1) William Barry (c.1819-75) (q.v.);
(2) Edward Barry (1820-73), born 4 November 1820; educated at Trinity College, Dublin (admitted 1838; BA 1843) and Kings Inns, Dublin (admitted 1840; called to bar 1847) and Lincoln's Inn, London (admitted 1845); barrister-at-law; secretary to Sir Edward Sullivan, 1st bt., the MP for Mallow (Co. Cork); died unmarried at Queenstown (Co. Cork), 9 June 1873; will proved 24 July 1873 (estate under £3,000);
(3) Anna Maria Barry (1821-75) (q.v.);
(4) Margaret Barry (d. 1893); died unmarried, 5 October 1893.
He inherited Dundullerick House from his father in 1824.
He died 17 January 1846. His wife died at Cove (Co. Cork), 19 September 1839.

Barry, William (c.1819-75). Elder son of James Barry (1782-1846) and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Barry of Kilbolane, born about 1819. He was unmarried and without issue.
He inherited Dundullerick House from his father in 1846. At his death it passed to his sister and her husband.
He died 3 February 1875.

Barry, Anna Maria (1821-75). Elder daughter of James Barry (1782-1846) and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Barry of Kilbolane, baptised at Lisgoold RC church, 5 January 1822. She married, 10 July 1860 at Leamlara, her cousin Philip William Creagh JP (1817-1901) of Mallow (Co. Cork), solicitor and land agent, son of James Creagh of Ballygriffin (Co. Cork), and had issue:
(1) Eliza Mary Joseph Creagh (1862-66), born 18 June 1862; died young, 15 August 1866;
(2) James William Joseph Creagh (later Creagh-Barry) (1863-1952) (q.v.);
(3) Philip William Creagh (1866-1931), of Corrinville, Fermoy, born 6 July 1866; veterinary surgeon (MRCVS); married, 26 February 1895, Sarah Henrietta (d. 1955), daughter of Cornelius O'Callaghan of Cahirduggan (Co. Cork), and had issue two sons; died 23 January 1931.
She and her husband inherited Dundullerick House from her brother in 1875. Her husband inherited Ballygriffin from his father, but they seem to have lived at Dundullerick.
She died 1 November 1875. Her husband died at Dundullerick, 8 April 1901.

Barry (later Creagh-Barry), James William Joseph (1863-1952). Elder son of Philip William Creagh (1817-1901) and his wife Anna Maria (d. 1875), elder daughter of James Barry of Dundullerick, born 18 September and baptised at Mallow RC church, 23 September 1863. An officer in the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, 1882-93 (Lt., 1882; Capt., 1885). He assumed the additional surname Barry. Land agent and farmer. He married, 1900, Edith Marion (k/a Mignon) (1879-1959), a musical comedy actress, daughter of Charles Glazebrook of Dieppe (France), and had issue:
(1) Marie Danielle Nora Josephine Creagh-Barry (1901-84), born 15 May 1901; married, 24 November 1932, Lionel Ernest Quirke Mitchelmore (1889-1957), biscuit wholesaler, son of Ernest Mitchelmore of Goring-on-Thames (Oxon), but had no issue; died in Bournemouth (Hants), Oct-Dec 1984;
(2) Nora Sheila Creagh-Barry (1902-75), born 28 June 1902; married 1st, 11 June 1924 at Southsea, Dr. John Newton Barry (b. 1893; d. by 1966), engineer in public transport sector, youngest son of James Grene Barry of Sandville House, Ballymeet (Co. Limerick); married 2nd, Jan-Mar 1966, James B. Hall (b. 1899) of Barnsley (Yorks WR); died at Folkestone (Kent), 5 August 1975; will proved 22 October 1975 (estate £11,913);
(3) Joan Marion Creagh-Barry (1904-80), born 7 April 1904; married, 16 June 1932 in Malta, Cdr. John Wellington Hall RN (1903-41), son of Harry Whitworth Hall, and had issue three daughters; died Apr-Jun 1980;
(4) Charles Philip Nagle Creagh-Barry (1913-2004), born 4 October 1913; educated at St John's College, Southsea (Hants); farmer; served in Second World War with Irish Guards; married 1st, 12 April 1939 (div.), Georgina Scott (1909-98) (who m2, 20 June 1964, Alan Gordon Milne (1906-92)), daughter of James Scott McBride, merchant, and 2nd, 1954, Josephine (1926-2005), daughter of William Leahy of Carrigtwohill (Co. Cork), and had issue three sons; died aged 90 on 8 April 2004; will proved 14 June 2004;
(5) Phyllis Violet Nagle Creagh-Barry (1905-94), born 1905; married, 19 August 1924 at Southsea, Cdr. Thomas Louis Alken RN (1900-70), son of John Alkin of Bonehill, Tamworth (Warks), and had issue one daughter; died 25 November 1994; administration of goods granted 1 May 1995 (estate £225,420);
(6) Valerie Edith Denise Creagh-Barry (1917-97), born 24 September 1917; died unmarried, Jul-Sept 1997;
(7) Philip Edward March Steuard (k/a Peter) Creagh-Barry (1919-85), born 2 May 1919; educated privately; an officer in the Kings Royal Rifle Corps and Irish Guards who served in the Second World War and in Palestine, 1945-48; died unmarried, Jul-Sept 1985.
He inherited Dundullerick House from his father in 1901, and purchased the freehold of Dundullerick West from his kinsman, William Barry, but sold the estate in 1950. He also had a house at Southsea (Hants).
He died in February 1952. His widow died 11 December 1959.

Principal sources

Burke's Irish Family Records, 1976, pp. 66-75; M. Bence-Jones, A guide to Irish country houses, 2nd edn., 1990, p. 115.

Location of archives

No significant accumulation is known to survive.

Coat of arms

Argent, three bars gemelles, gules.

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  • Can anyone supply a drawing or photograph of Dundullerick House, or provide fuller information about why Dundullerick was sold in 1950 or when it was demolished?
  • I should be most grateful if anyone can provide photographs or portraits of people whose names appear in bold above, and who are not already illustrated.
  • As always, any additions or corrections to the account given above will be gratefully received and incorporated.

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This post was first published 2 June 2020.

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