Clotworthy, Pauline (Cecily Elizabeth) (née
Keohler , later
Keller ) (1912–2004),
teacher of fashion design, was born 17
May 1912 in Dublin. She was
the daughter of Robert Nesbitt Keohler, a solicitor, and his second wife, Ethel M.
Keohler (née Thompson), the daughter of William…...
Firth, Virginia Arabella ('Gay') (1937–2005),
author, journalist and political campaigner, was born in Belfast on 9 January
1937, the eldest of three daughters of Lancelot Turtle, a Belfast businessman
and stockbroker, and Helen Ramsey Turtle
(1911–46), born in Denver, Colorado,…...
Hutton, Mary Ann (1862–1953),
Irish-language scholar and writer, was born in Manchester, England, the eldest child of James Drummond (qv) and his wife Frances (née Classon),
who later had two sons and five more daughters. Secondary sources…...
(1776–1832), quaker heiress, was the only surviving daughter of Samuel Pike and his wife Catherine Hutchinson (d. 1813), a son and daughter both having died in infancy. Samuel (d. 1796) was a partner with his older brother Ebenezer in the family bank in Cork city,…...
(1828–1914), botanical artist, teacher, and poet, was born 22 November 1828, at Griesemount, Ballitore, Co. Kildare, the third eldest of thirteen children of George Shackleton, a miller, and Hannah Shackleton (née Fisher). Her forebear…...