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    Family
    Butler, Anna
    Butler, Henrietta (Henny)
    Graham, Beatrice (Bee)
    Massey, Sophia (Sophie) Butler
    Massey, Anna
    Massey, Gertrude
    Massey, Sophia (Zoe)
    Massey, Susan
    Graham, John Higgin
    Man
    Woman
    Girl
    Massey, Edward
    Clarina, Lord
    Butler, Massey and Graham Families. Sophia (Sophie) Mary Massey nee Butler (centre with girl on her lap) with members of her family: her daughters Anna Leonora (standing, white dress) Gertrude Emily (on lap), Sophia Isabelle (Zoe) (right, with bucket) and Susan Agnes Massey (front left). Her husband, Edward Massey (Lord Clarina) stands at the back. Her step-father, Colonel John Higgin Graham sits front left. Her sisters Anna (behind Col. Graham) and Henrietta (Henny) Butler (back right); her step-sister Beatrice (Bee) Graham sits front right. Sophia (Sophie) Butler (1855-1912) was born in Castle Crine near Sixmilebridge.
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    Graham, John Higgin, Col
    Woman
    Man
    Girl
    Clergyman
    Massey, Sophia (Sophie) Butler
    Massey, Sophia (Zoe)
    Massey, Gertrude
    Massey, Susan
    Massey, Anna
    Massey & Graham Families. Colonel John Higgin Graham (d.1910) sits in the centre. The woman standing behind Colonel Graham is his step-daughter Sophia (Sophie) Massey nee Butler (Lady Clarina) (1855-1912) and the four girls seated front right are her daughters (L-R) Sophia (Zoe), Gertrude, Susan and Anna Massey.
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    Castle Crine
    CL052-032---
    Big House
    Castlecrine
    Kilfinaghta Parish
    Castle Crine. Castle Crine near Sixmilebridge. The house is associated with the Fanning, Purefoy, Butler, Massy and Graham Families. It was demolished in 1955.
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    Castle Crine
    CL052-032---
    Big House
    Castlecrine
    Kilfinaghta Parish
    Woman
    Man
    Driver
    Horse
    Trap
    Butler, Anna
    Butler, Henrietta (Henny)
    Castle Crine. Rear view of Castle Crine near Sixmilebridge. The house is associated with the Fanning, Purefoy, Butler, Massy and Graham Families. It was demolished in 1955. A horse and trap with women and a driver stands outside the door, probably the Misses Butlers.
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    Castle Crine
    CL052-032---
    Big House
    Castlecrine
    Kilfinaghta Parish
    Man
    Driver
    Horse
    Carriage
    Whip
    Horse & Carriage, Castle Crine. A horse and light carriage at Castle Crine, Sixmilebridge.
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    Castle Crine
    CL052-032---
    Big House
    Castlecrine
    Kilfinaghta Parish
    Butler, Anna
    Butler, Henrietta (Henny)
    Woman
    Man
    Donkey
    Cart
    Crutch
    Butlers at Castle Crine. Anna (on crutches) and Henrietta (Henny) Butler with two younger friends at Castle Crine, Sixmilebridge.
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    Picnic
    Man
    Girl
    Woman
    Graham, Beatrice (Bee)
    Picnic. A group on a picnic. Beatrice (Bee) Graham sits centre, left.
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    Picnic
    Man
    Girl
    Woman
    Castle
    Ruin
    Clarina
    Limerick, County
    Carrigogunnell Castle
    Clarina, Lord
    Massey, Edward
    Picnic at Carrigogunnell Castle. A group on a picnic at Carrigogunnell Castle, Clarina, County Limerick. The gentleman with the white beard is Edward Massey, Lord Clarina who married Sophie Butler of Castle Crine.
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    Ardcandrisk
    Wexford, County
    Graham, Beatrice (Bee)
    Deane-Morgan, Elizabeth
    Deane-Morgan, Hamilton
    Gonne-Bell, Ms
    Hughes, Mr
    Fraser, Flo
    Bulman, Major
    Neave, Mary
    Smith, H
    Garraway, Mr
    Doyne, Charles
    Doyne, Frances
    Smith, H, Ms
    Neave, Thomas, Sir
    Massey, Mary, Hon
    Irvine, St George
    Irvine, F
    Irvine, B
    Vesey, C
    Ardcandrisk House
    Fancy Dress
    Big House
    Fancy Dress at Ardcandrisk House. A group in fancy dress at Ardcandrisk House, Ardcandrisk, County Wexford. The owner of the house, Elizabeth Geraldine Deane-Morgan, stands in the centre of the front row with Beatrice (Bee) Graham behind her right shoulder. The Morgans, Masseys and Irvines were related to the Butlers and Grahams of Castlecrine. (L-R) Front row: Hamilton Deane-Morgan, 4th Baron Muskerry; Miss Gonne-Bell; Mr Hughes; Elizabeth Deane-Morgan; Hon Mary Massey; Flo Fraser; Major Bulman (sitting extreme right). Middle row: Mary Neave; Miss H Smith; Mr Garraway; Beatrice Graham (standing); Charles Mervyn Doyne (in white); Frances Doyne; H. Smith and Sir Thomas Neave (both sitting). Back row: St George Irvine; Miss F Irvine; Mr D Matthews; Miss B Irvine; C Vesey.
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    Wedding
    Bride
    Groom
    Man
    Woman
    Girl
    Bouquet
    Graham, Beatrice (Bee)
    Butler, Henrietta (Henny)
    Bridesmaid
    Flowergirl
    Wedding. A wedding party. Half-sisters Henrietta (Henny) Butler and Beatrice (Bee) Graham are possibly among the bridesmaids.
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    Woman
    Bicycle
    Cyclists. A group of female cyclists line up at an outdoor event.
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    Man
    Woman
    Wedding
    Bride
    Groom
    Bouquet
    Wedding Couple. A couple on their wedding day. The bride was a friend of the Graham girls.
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    Irvine, Frances Doyne
    Woman
    Mrs Frances Irvine. Mrs Frances Irvine nee Doyne (born 1787), from County Wexford, mother of Sophia Butler Graham.
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    Irvine, Frances Doyne
    Woman
    Mrs Frances Irvine. Mrs Frances Irvine nee Doyne (born 1787) from County Wexford, mother of Sophia Butler Graham. The writing on the reverse reads: For Dear Sophie, 1871.
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    Graham, Sophia Irvine Butler
    Woman
    Dublin
    Sophia Butler Graham. Sophia Butler Graham nee Irvine (1834-1887). Sophia was originally married to James Butler of Castle Crine near Sixmilebridge. After his death, she married Colonel John Higgin Graham. The writing on the reverse reads: 'For Mrs Irvine, Tinted, 30/3/61.'
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    Graham, Sophia Irvine Butler
    Woman
    London
    Sophia Butler Graham. Sophia Butler Graham nee Irvine (1834-1887). Sophia was originally married to James Butler of Castle Crine near Sixmilebridge. After his death, she married Colonel John Higgin Graham.
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    Graham, John Higgin
    Graham, Sophia Irvine Butler
    Couple
    Man
    Woman
    New Brunswick
    Major & Mrs Graham. John Higgin Graham and his wife Sophia Butler Graham photographed in New Brunswick, Canada. The writing on the back reads: 'Major & Mrs Graham, 1868.'