Thom's Irish Who's Who/Rathdonnell, Baron

Thomas Kane McClintock-Bunbury


RATHDONNELL, Baron (Irld., 1868), Thomas Kane McClintock-Bunbury, 2nd Baron; elected a Representative Peer of Ireland in room of Lord Dunsany, dec., 1889; Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Carlow, vice the Right Hon. A. M. Kavanagh, dec, 1890; Hon. Col. 6th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles; late Lieut. Scots Greys; D.L. Co. Louth; High Sheriff. Co. Carlow, 1876; eldest son of Captain William Bunbury McClintock, R.N., M.P., Co. Carlow, 1846-59, who assumed the name and arms of Bunbury, in addition to those of McClintock in 1846, and Pauline Caroline Diana Mary (d. 1876), dau. of Sir James Matthew Stronge, 2nd Bart; b. 29th Nov., 1848; s. his uncle, John, 1st Baron, 17th May, 1879; m. 26th Feb., 1874. Katharine Anne, dau. of the Right Hon. Henry Bruen, P.C, of Oak Park, Co. Carlow; Issue surviving, one son and three daus. Res.: Lisnavaeh, Ratlivilly, Co. Carlow. Kildare Street Club, Dublin; Carlton, Cavalry, and Naval and Military Clubs, London, S.W.