Note: shment. He also had thirteen sons and a twin daughter to assist him, with a horse for each of them. This troop was rather much for the Estate, but as the legend goes, it gave great employment while it lasted and there was no necessity to wait for any modern act of Parliament to confiscate the "garrison". The usual financial result followed. The property passed to a distant relative, and the family was scattered, if not from China to Peru, at least from India to South America.
Note: Decended from an old family of Cronakiry House, Rathnew, Wicklow. Lyster Beddy, the last of his ancestors who lived there, kept up the traditions of the good old times, and had a fine sporting establi
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