McClintock Bunbury, Are the following his sona nd gradson? # William Robert McClintock-Bunbury, 4th Baron Rathdonnell (1914-1959) # Thomas Benjamin McClintock-Bunbury, 5th Baron Rathdonnell (b. 1938) also related: 912 McClintock Bunbury * Whilst acting ADC to the Governor of Ceylon, Tim McClintock Bunbury met and married Ethel Synge Ievers, the 28 year old 2nd daughter of Robert and Catherine Ievers of Jaffna, Ceylon, on 26th November. The third son of a Limerick wine merchant and his Mayo born wife, Robert Wilson Ievers, MA, CMG (1902), was born in 1850, educated at Queen's University, Belfast, and entered the civil service in 1872, serving as Assistant Government Agent in Kegalla, Ceylon (1878), Assistant Colonial Secretary (1885), Government Agent for the North Central Province (1889), Principal Assistant Colonial Secretary (1894) and Government Agent and Acting Colonial Secretary of the North Province of the island from 1896. His recreations were shooting, fishing and tennis and he died on 10th February 1905, aged 55. His eldest brother, John Henry Ievers, served with the Royal Irish Constabulary and died in Australia in 1878 at the age of 31. Catherine Ievers was the eldest daughter of A.H.Crawford, CE, of Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. John Grogan claimed Ethel - the Lady Rathdonnell that never was - was a staunch missionary who spent her life trying to get Tim to stop drinking so much - John Grogan also said she'd be spinning around in her grave if she could only see what manic bingers her descendants were to become!. Ethel had two sisters - Nena (b.1883) and Kathleen (b.1886). Nena obtained an MD from Edinburgh University and married a Ceylonese civil servant named ---- Izat whose father, Alexander Izat, CIE, MICE, was Director of the Bengal & North-Western Railway Co. Kathleen married another civil servant named ------ de Glanville.