PROPERTY: Mussenden Temple, Downhill Demesne, County Londonderry
PROPERTY: The Black Glen, Downhill Demesne
PROPERTY: Downhill Ruin and Mausoleum
First published in December, 2014.
Robert (b 1956);
Jane Sheila (b 1958);
Janet, (b 1951) who married Sir Richard La Touche Colthurst, 9th Baronet, of Ardrum, County Cork, and had issue two sons, Charles (b 1955) and James (b 1957).
Consecrated in 1885 by the Most Rev William Plunket, Lord Archbishop of Dublin and later 4th Baron Plunket, the chapel was built in the Hiberno-Romanesque Revival style, with a Round Tower and a High Cross.
It derives from the 12th century Temple Finghin at Clonmacnoise on the River Shannon.
This tiny complex, surrounded by trees and a dry moat, is the most complete example of the Celtic Revival style in Ireland and makes an attractive view from the house.
The church interior has frescoes in Gaelic script, specially chosen by Douglas Hyde, the first Irish President and a close family friend; while the very good stained glass windows, dedicated to various members of the family, are also in the Celtic Revival style.
Coats has for sale a good assortment of butter crocks and milk pans of different sizes. Also, flooring tiles of remarkable good quality, and chimney pots made to any shape.About 1800, Mr Coats inherited a heavy engineering firm, which was to become one of the most successful in Belfast.
WILLIAM FREDERICK, his heir;Mr Coates was succeeded by his elder son,
Harold Vivian Edmund;
FREDERICK GREGORY LINDSAY, his successor;
Jean Ann Dorothy.
The KING has been graciously pleased on the occasion of the opening by His Majesty of the Parliament of Northern Ireland to signify his intention of conferring a Baronetcy of the United Kingdom on the undermentioned: — William Frederick Coates, Esq., D.L. For two years successively Lord Mayor of Belfast. Has rendered conspicuous valuable service during very anxious times.
DAVID FREDERICK CHARLTON, his successor;Sir Frederick was succeeded by his only son,
Elizabeth Sara Ann; Moira Louise.
JAMES GREGORY DAVID, b 1977;Sir David is vice-president of the Poole Maritime Trust.
Robert Lewis Edward, b 1980.
Its principal elevation faces south and comprises four segmental-headed windows at first floor level; and two sash windows at the ground floor, flanking a modern, sympathetically-styled, semi-circular entrance porch.The western elevation is accessed at first-floor level via a grassy verge.
The central bay has three glazed oculi at first floor level, over two round-headed windows and a round-headed entrance containing a timber-sheeted door with cast-iron door furniture, surmounted by a four-paned fanlight.The western elevation has a central, square-headed recess containing a modern timber sash window.
UNTIL the early 19th century, the Primate's Castle, Termonfeckin, County Louth, was used for several centuries by archbishops of Armagh as an auxiliary residence to their archiepiscopal quarters in nearby Drogheda.
After the Reformation, several of the archbishops of the established church resided periodically at Termonfeckin. The castle's most famous occupant at that time was the Most Rev James Ussher, Lord Archbishop of Armagh from 1625-56.
He used the castle in Termonfeckin for much of his term until 1640, when he departed for England, never to return. The castle was damaged in the Irish rebellion of 1641 and was not repaired. It fell into disuse and was eventually demolished ca 1830.First published in December, 2012.
EDWARD, of whom we treat;John Archdale died in 1621, and was succeeded by his son,
JOHN (Rev), Vicar of Luske, in 1664.
MERVYN, his heir;He was succeeded by his elder son,
EDWARD, heir to his brother;
Mervyn, his heir;In 1773, this gentleman built the Manor House.
William, an army officer;
EDWARD, of whom we treat;
Henry, an army officer;
Mary; Angel; Elizabeth; Sidney.
Mervyn Edward, of Castle Archdale;The fifth son,
William Humphrys Mervyn, of Castle Archdale;
Edward, of Clifton Lodge, Lisnaskea;
Henry Montgomery (Rev), Rector of Trory;
NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY, of whom hereafter;
Hugh Montgomery, of Drumadravy;
Mary; Letitia Jane; Richmal Magnall.
EDWARD MERVYN, his heir;Mr Archdale was succeeded by his eldest son,
John Porter, of Belleisle;
Margaret Eleanor; Matilda Lavinia.
NICHOLAS EDWARD, his successor;Sir Edward was succeeded by his eldest son,
William Porter Palgrave, CBE;
Audley Quintin, Lt-Col;
Humphries, DSC, Captain RN;
EDWARD FOLMER, his successor;Sir Edward fought in the 1st World War, with the submarine flotillas; was Aide-de-Camp to HM King George V, 1929; General Inspector, NI Ministry of Home Affairs, 1931-46.
Alice Gerda (1923-87).
NICHOLAS EDWARD, his successor;Sir Edward distinguished himself in the Royal Navy , serving as aide-de-camp to HM The Queen prior to his retirement in 1971.
CORNELIUS, the heir;Mr McGillycuddy was succeeded by his elder son,
Daniel, Colonel, Captain Monck's Regiment; father of DENNIS.
DENNIS, his heir;He died in 1730, and was succeeded by his eldest son,
CORNELIUS, succeeded his brother;
Denis, b 1747; d unm;The eldest son,
RICHARD, succeeded his father;
FRANCIS, succeeded his brother;
Charity; Mary Anne; Margaret; Ruth; Avis; Agnes.
RICHARD, his heir;Mr McGillycuddy was succeeded by his son,
Frances; Mary Catherine; Elizabeth.
RICHARD PATRICK, his heir;Mr McGillycuddy was succeeded by his eldest son,
DENIS DONOUGH CHARLES, of The Reeks;
Agnes; Anna Catherine; Mary Ruth; Sylvia Emily.
ROSS KINLOCH; his heir;The elder son,
Richard Hugh (1883-1918).
JOHN PATRICK, his heir;Mr McGillycuddy was succeeded by his eldest son,
Denis Michael Edmond (1917-44);
RICHARD DENIS WYER;Mr McGillycuddy was succeeded by his only son,
Tara Virginia, b 1985;Richard McGillycuddy was succeeded in the title by his first cousin,
Sorcha Alexander, b 1990.
PIERS EDWARD DONOUGH, b 1965;
Michael Dermot, b 1968;
Jocelyn Patrick Spencer, b 1970;
Lavinia O'Connor, b 1966.
ANTHONY (Very Rev), Dean of Armagh;Mr Cope's younger son,
ARTHUR, of whom hereafter.
ROBERT CAMDEN, his heir;The elder son,
Kendrick, lieutenant-colonel, died unmarried 1827;
MARY, m Col R Doolan, and had 2 sons: RWC Doolan (cope); KH Doolan.
FRANCIS ROBERT, DL (1853-) his heir;
Albinia Elizabeth; Emma Sophia; Helen Gertrude.
The two Cope families, of Loughgall Manor and Drumilly respectively, did not take a very active part in politics; however, as residential landlords, they pursued a policy of agricultural development on their own estates and greatly encouraged the improvement and fertility of their tenants' farms.Apple-growing over the past two centuries has become a major factor in the economic development of County Armagh, with Loughgall at the heart of this important industry.
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|Bushmills National School in 2014|
“The serving of this Notice is a further tangible commitment by my Department to Bushmills’ rich heritage and builds on previous funding to tackle dereliction in Portrush and Portstewart. Our listed buildings are jewels from the past which we need to conserve for now and future generations.
Once gone they can never be brought back. Listed buildings attract much tourism and there is always the potential to develop this further by securing and preserving them. I am determined that we should do that and this Urgent Works Notice is an example of that determination.”The school is regarded as a dignified and well proportioned building of two storeys.
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