DWYERS OF BALYQUIRK


DWYERS FROM CLARE/ DUBLIN/ TIPPERARY  

This family was once part of the DWYER LAYE website- but until there is definitive proof that this branch is connected our Dwyers,  it should be separate not to mislead. My proof was circumstantial, based on the times being in sync, locale in Ireland, relocation of George Dwyer family to Bengal India, as our Robert Hoare Dwyer. Lastly, there is a similar social status, with the almost exclusive occupation in the military. How many Irishmen named Dwyer are made generals and trusted with cannons by the English? So while there is most likely a connection somewhere the two families need to be separated.      LINK TO DWYERS OF BALYQUIRK



  John DWYER b abt 1730
  Barbara ?- - - - ref: poss- Dwyer (Barbara). widow of J. Dwyer. Letter, etc., to Sir R. Peel 1814. Add. 40238 ff. 252, 253 at BL. (Note: Peel was Chief Secretary for Ireland ; 1812-1818).
 
  John DWYER, Esq. b about 1752 Ireland res  Marfield, county Dublin, Secretary to the late Lord Clare, became Secretary to the Lord Chancellor when his boss, Lord Claire, was promoted to the position. London Times called John Dwyer "an emminent attorney (ref Times 26 June 1789. d 1828 1st son. Listed King's Inns Admission Lists, Merrion Street, Dublin, Attorney, attorney King's Bench. 1824 ref to him working as attorney, Lord Claire here would be: John FitzGibbon, 1st Earl of Clare (c.1749 near Dublin –28 January 1802 in Dublin).1st earl of Clare and Attorney-Gen., 1784-89; Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1789-1802; implacable opponent of concession to Catholics
  Anna UPTON  b 1750 County Clare, Munster, Ireland, m 1772  d 1830/4   Dau of Francis Upon (b 1729) and ---Burke. Francis Upton son of Rev. Ambrose Upton and Anna Whitney.  Anna of royal descent.
 
  John DWYER b. 1774  m 1806
  Elizabeth DOYNE  b 1785  daughter of Robert Doyne, of Wells, Wexford; ref LDS had John Dwyer, spouse, as "John Droyer"   m 1806
 
  Major Francis Doyne DWYER, .b 1809 d 1880 Hampshire; Austrian Imperial and Royal Service; b. 1809 Dublin. Trinity College: BA Vern 1828. MA Vern 1831. MB A Est 1831;  Landowner in Cty Clare.  in 1870 207 acres in County Claire;- res 51 Cauldwell St., Bedford, England; Owned leases of businesses in in the town of Ennis. In 1871 Census Dwyer wrote about military affairs involving Austrian or Prussian forces. During the 1850's, Dwyer served as a major in the Imperial Austrian Army, 
PUBLICATIONS: 
The Franco-German war to the catastrophe of Sedan and the fall of Strassburg.Author(s): Colonel A. Borbstsedt and Major F. Dwyer.      
   London: Asher & Co., 1873  Description: vii, 70l illus. 23 cm. English Standard No: LCCN: 04-35912.
Militärische Federzeichnungen aus Grossbritanien, oder Das Leben der englischen Offiziere und Soldaten und der innere Dienst der 
   englischen Infanterie ...Author(s): Dwyer, Francis. Publication: Darmstadt [etc.] 1868 Description: [1 v.] 23 cm.  German  OCLC: 45029766
Neun Systeme der Feld-Artillerie-Organisation. Technisch, taktisch und ökonomisch dargestellt und verglichen. Author(s): Dwyer,  
   Francis. Publication: Wien, L. Sommer: 1856, Description: 230 p. 17 fold. tables. 22 cm. German  (Artillery, Field and mountain). OCLC:
   60249171
On seats and saddles, bits and bitting and the prevention and cure of restiveness in horses. Author(s): Dwyer, Francis. Publication: 
     Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1869 Description: 255 p. VII pl. (incl. front.) diagrs. 20 cm. English, Standard No: National Library:  
     CAT10504658 LCCN: 03-14680.
Also Published German-language military manuals in Vienna, “contributed to the Darmstadter Militär Zeitung for nearly twenty years [from about 1853 to 1872] besides occasional articles to other German military papers”; he did not write again for British periodicals until 1859. LINK SOURCE
There is a letter of his that survives in the British Library, London: "Dwyer (Francis). formerly Major in the Austrian Army. Letter to Sir A. Malet 1864. Add. 39112 f. 162 )".
                                                                        
    
  Maria T. - - - - - b 1821 Hungary In 1881 Census as "Maria G.T. DWYER" born in Austria. res East Woodhay, Hampshire. Occ: Deriving Income From Land And Houses In Ireland, living with daughters.
 
  Henry John DWYER,  b 1857 Italy   In 1871 Census: res Bedfordshire with parents and siblings, In 1900 Census in USA Contra Costa, California- a janitor in a Saloon.  Came to USA in 1884.
  Anna L. DWYER, b 1843 Dublin, Ireland,  In 1871 Census  In 1881 Census res East Woodhay, Hampshire with mother and sisters, Occ: Deriving Income From Land And Houses In Ireland,
  Marianne Armindla DWYER b. Austria 1853; In 1901 Census Newpark House  In 1881 Census listed as "M.A.Armindla Dwyer" res East Woodhay, Hampshire. Occ: Deriving Income From Land And Houses In Ireland, living with  mother and sisters.
  Lisa DWYER, b. Austria 1861; In 1901 Census Newpark House 
  Elizabeth W. (or "C.") DWYER,  b 1855 Austria,  In 1871 Census; In 1881 Census res East Woodhay, Hampshire. Occ: Deriving Income From Land And Houses In Ireland, living with  mother and sisters.
  Geraldine Alice Jane DWYER, b 1849 Baden Baden; In 1871 Census    In 1881 Census res- Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire. In 1901 Canadian Census living in Wellington, ONT with dau  husband- The Dodds.
  Alfred LACE b ab 1851 Morton In Craven, Yorkshire, England; eight son of F. J. Lace, Esq., J.P., Stone Gappa, Yorkshire, m July 28 1874 St. Mary's Church, Bedford, by the Rev. J. W. Lace, Vicar of Pill, Somerset, assisted by the Rev. Charles Brereton, Rector of the Parish, Agric Engineer In 1881 Census res- Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire. In 1901 Canadian Census living in Wellington, ONT with dau  husband- The Dodds.
 
  Algernon Francis Doyne LACE  b  5 Mar 1878 Chisbury Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire, England; In 1881 Census res- Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire.Crossed from Canada into Buffalo, NY on 7 Mar 1947;
  Marion Edith Leonard - -m  14 Jul 1910 Lennox and Addington, Ontario - Crossed from Canada into Buffalo, NY on 7 Mar 1947;  Parents: Father Raymond Alonge Leonard  Mother  Francis Clapp Leonard.
 
  F.B. LACE  b  res Toronto, Canada
  Geraldine M. D. LACE  b 1878 Cold Ash Newbury, Berkshire, England;  In 1881 Census res- Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire. note- A cousin Mary E. Lace, dau of Thomas and Margaret Lace m same location 1896 to  Robert Alex McGregor. .  In 1901 Canadian Census living in Wellington, ONT with parents.
  George L. Ashley DODD  b 1877 London, m 10 Jan 1901 Wellington, ONT. Son of George Ashley Dodd and Mary A Edwards Dodd. In 1901 Canadian Census living in Wellington, ONT with in-laws.
  Philip Wawn LACE b 1877 Newbury, Berkshire, England;  In 1881 Census res- Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire.
  Caroline Julia (Putina) DWYER, b Bavaria. 1861 of Newpark, Ennis, youngest daughter  In 1881 Census res East Woodhay, Hampshire. Occ: Deriving Income From Land And Houses In Ireland, living with  mother and sisters.
  Major Frederick. G. Cullinan of Brookville, Ennis, m August 3 1893 at Ennis Church, by the Rev. J. H. Griffith, D.D.,  Hon Major Clare Militia. served during the Boer War at Ennis, Co. Clare. He became deputy Sheriff of County Clare and served for 35 years, through the Civil War and the Irish Rebellion of 1916. he married twice, first to Julia O'Dwyer, then to Frances Brady-Browne. ...... from the first marriage there was one child, William (Guillermo) Cullinan, who was born in 1897 and died in 1978 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was a writer and married an Argentinean lady.
 
  Son DWYER,  b November 30 1896. d Nov 30, 1896
  "Jack" Cullinan b
  William Cullinan b 1897 D in 1978 Buenos Aires, Argentina, a writer
  Unknown   (Argentine national)
 
  Jorge Federico Cullinan b 1936 d 1988
  Unknown
 
  Gustavo Cullinan b
  Pablo Cullinan b
 
Rev Philip Anthony DWYER A.B. M.A.  Youngest son. b.2 Aug 1822 in Dublin, Ireland. d 1905, BA Vern 1844. MA Est 1883.  1891 Census  Cannon, Vicar and Prebendary of Tulla, vicar of Drumcliffe and Canon of Dysert in the dioc. of Killalo (Ms of letter at BL, London: Dwyer (George). English chaplain at Karlsruhe. Letter to Sir R. Peel 1844. Add. 40541 f. 442). Literate in five languages: English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Irish. Visited British Columbia Canada with some family members.  For a complete biography of the canon, see: http://www.nmacmillan.com/canondwyer/canon-dwyer.htm Above photo from Canon Philip Dwyer website. in 1901 Census res:  Farnley, St Michael, Yorkshire, England with wife and dau.
PUBLICATIONS: 
The Diocese of Killaloe from the Reformation to the Close of the Eighteenth Century, with an appendix . Author(s): Dwyer, Philip. Dublin : 
   Hodges, Foster, and Figgis, 1878,  Description: 602 p., [7] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill. ; 22 cm. Language: English Standard No: LCCN: 85-
   139226. A quote: ". . . Ireland must always expect to be more tools in the hands of some foreign power - a Roman Catholic power - if not indeed
   Rome itself."  
The Siege of Londonderry in 1689: [as set forth in the literary remains of George Walker],  Author(s): Walker, George, 1645?-1690. Dwyer,
   Philip, ; ed.,Publication: Wakefield, S.R. Publishers, Edition: [1893 ed. reprinted]; with a new introduction by E. R. R. Green. Year: 1971, 1893
   Description: vii, [1], 255 p., plates (1 fold.). illus., general. table, map, ports. 24 cm. English Standard No: ISBN: 0854097112; 9780854097111 
   LCCN: 72-181148.   
Criticisms of "General" Booth's Social Scheme, from Three Different Points of View, Author(s): Loch, Charles Stewart, Sir, 1849-1923. 
   Bosanquet, Bernard,; 1848-1923. Dwyer, Philip.  London, Swan Sonnenschein, 1891 Description: 100, [iii]-vi p., 1 l., 72 p., 1 l., 99 p. 19 cm.
   English.  
General Booth's "Submerged Tenth": or, The wrong Way to do the Right Thing. Author(s): Dwyer, Philip. London : Swan Sonnenschein, 1891
   Description: 99 p ; 8vo. English, OCLC: 60711868.  
A Handbook to Lisdoonvarna and its Vicinity: Giving a Detailed Account of its Curative Waters, and Tours to the Principal Places of 
   Interest in the County Clare, Author(s): Dwyer, Philip. Ó Céirin, Cyril. Ennis: CLASP Press, 1998, 1876 Description: [6], xv, 118 p. : ill. ; 17 
   cm. English Standard No: ISBN: 1900545063; 9781900545068.
Reviews/References:
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCHES:- Bindon st – Rev. Canon Philip Dwyer, rector Clare (St. Mary’s)  Review in JSTOR of Dwyer's Seige 
   book: The English Historical Review, Vol. 12, No. 47. (Jul., 1897), pp. 580-58.
"County Clare Folk-Tales and Myths" IV. (Concluded) Thos. J. Westropp Folklore, Vol. 24, No. 4. (Dec., 1913), pp. 490-504.   "Criticisms of
  "General Booth's Scheme of Social Salvation,"  Herman Ausubel, The American Historical Review, Vol. 56, No. 3. (Apr., 1951), pp. 519-525.
   JSTOR http://links.jstor.org/
"Collectanea," County Clare Folk-Tales and Myths, IV. (Concluded) Author: Thos. J. Westropp Folklore, Vol. 24, No. 4. (Dec., 1913), pp. 490-
   504. JSTOR http://links.jstor.org
Author(s) of Review: J. Michelburne; C. H. Firth  "The Siege of Derry in 1689, às Set Forth in the Literary Remains of Colonel the Rev. George
   Walker,  D. D.George Walker; Philip Dwyer," "The Actions of the Enniskillen Men (1688-9) William M'Carmick; W. T. Latimer,"  "Life of
   Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan John Todhunter,"  The English Historical Review, Vol. 12, No. 47. (Jul., 1897), pp. 580-581. JSTOR
   http://links.jstor.org.
Author(s) of Review: Franklin H. Giddings, Reviewed Work(s): "Poverty: Its Genesis and Exodus. by John George Godard," "Criticisms on 
   General Booth's Social Scheme. by C. S. Loch; Bernard Bosanquet; Philip Dwyer," "Pauperism, a Picture, and the Endowment of Old Age, an
   Argument. by  Charles Booth," "The State and Pensions in Old Age. by J. A. Spender," "Pensions and Pauperism. by J. Frome Wilkinson," "The
   Destitute Alien in Great Britain. by Arnold White," Political Science Quarterly > Vol. 8, No. 4 (Dec., 1893), pp. 747-751 JSTOR 
   http://links.jstor.org    
Note: There is a ref to a Philip Dwyer's study of Prussian Army around 1800 - an earlier Philip?  Ref: Review: Britain and Napoleon Author(s) of Review: Brendan Simms Reviewed Work(s): The French Revolutionary Wars, 1787-1802 by T. C. W. Blanning
  Anne CROWE, after STATHER  b 1837 Ireland, d 1927, m 27 Oct 1857, Ennis Church, by the Rev Arthur Tatton, Vicar of Drumcliffe, second daughter of the late Captain John Crowe, ?? Highlanders, and grand-daughter of the late Thomas Crowe, of the Abbey, Ennis, Esq., JP.in 1901 Census res:  Farnley, St Michael, Yorkshire, England with husband and dau. In 1891 Census with dau and her father and siblings at Lee, St Margarets, Blackheath, London, England.
 
  Philippa ("Mabel") Mabel DWYER b.21 DEC 1871 Ennis, Clare, Ireland  in 1901 Census res:  Farnley, St Michael, Yorkshire, England with parents. Single. In 1891 Census with mother and maternal grandfather and aunts at Lee, St Margarets, Blackheath, London, England.
  Charlotte ("Cha") DWYER b
  Unknown
  William DWYER b Jan 1870 Ireland
  Mary - - - - -
 
  Eileen DWYER b
  Nora DWYER b Mar 1904 British Columbia
  Philip DWYER b
  Kathleen DWYER b
  Shelia DWYER b
  Patricia DWYER b
  Michael DWYER b
  Mary Edith Wyndham DWYER b.9 JUL 1864, Tulla District, Clare, Ireland   third daughter Granddaughter of the late John Crowe, Esq., of Ennis, Captain 93rd Sutherland Highlanders.  In 1901 Census res Bridlington Yorkshire.
  Captain Henry L. Bethune, C.B.E. R.N., b 1858;  of Balfour, Fife, N.B.. m 1 Sep 1888 at St. Mary's Parish Church, Sowerby, Yorkshire, by the Rev Canon Dwyer, assisted by the Rev H. Lomax, St. John's.    In 1901 Census res Bridlington Yorkshire.  Resided in N.J. USA
 
  Dorothy A. Bethune, b 1892 Valletta, Malta; In 1901 Census res Bridlington Yorkshire.
  Rupert E. Bethune, b 1896 Burnham, Somerset, England; In 1901 Census res Bridlington Yorkshire.
  Dorothy Ann Frances Bethune, b Valletta, Malta 1893; Arrived in Boston 28 Mar 1927 and 9 Oct 1927 Visiting "friend H.R. Holdsworth; Also sailed from Scotland arriving Portland Maine 1 Nov 1923,  visiting father -Capt Henry BETHUNE C.B.E., R. N. in N.J.
  Hugh Reginald Holdsworth b June 1883 Halifax, Yorkshire, England, d 1957 Husthwaite Yorkshire England. 
 
  David Holdsworth b 1922 USA,  A rrived in Boston  9 Oct 1927 with mother
  Patricia Mary Holdsworth b 9 December 1918 England d Leeds A rrived in Boston  9 Oct 1927 with mother
  Francis Joseph LAYCOCK  b April 1914 Canada  d  24 December 1970 Halifax, Yorkshire England Mother's maiden name: Puzey
  Florence DWYER b.30 NOV 1865 0283, Ennis, Clare, Ireland
  Major P. A. DWYER
  Unknown
 
  Mariane DWYER b.1853 Austria
  Lioa ? DWYER b. ab 1851 Austria
  Major General Henry DWYER  Magistrate b 1788 Ireland d 1869 at Ballyquirke Castle, county Tipperary, in his 81st year, the youngest son of the late John Dwyer, 1850 ref to him at Ballyquirk Castle, Borrisokane.c 1855 ref to him in Griffith's Valuation. 1839 served on a grand jury. (Ms of letter at BL, London: Dwyer (Henry). Col. of Ballyguith Castle, co. Tipperary. Letter to Sir R. Peel 1846. Add. 40586 f. 62).  Was Aide-de-camp to the Marquis of Hastings.  "General Henry Dwyer who, after serving in the India Mutiny and later as a Civil administrator in the Punjab, where his name still lingers, took a property of about 900 acres in Lorrha on a perpetual lease from the owner, Mr. Worth Newenham, and lived in Ballyquirk Castle till his death in 1869. He left two daughters, who were married in England, and two nephews, John de Burgh and Henry - sons of the Rev. George Dwyer, Rector of Ardrahan, Co. Galway - whom he brought up. By his will he left the property to a cousin, Philip Anthony Dwyer of the Co. Clare and the tenant-right to his nephew, John de Burgh Dwyer. This John de Burgh, who was a man of local influence, died in 1901, leaving his interest in the property to his only daughter, Ella de Burgh Dwyer. When on her way to her relatives in England she was a passenger by the ill-fated S.S. Leinster, which was torpedoed on October 10, 1918. Her body was recovered and is buried at Lorrha. So ended this branch of the family. It has been stated that General Henry Dwyer claimed descent from Philip, the last Chief of Kilnamanagh, but the writer has found no authority for this statement." (From "The O'Dwyers of Kilnamanagh: The History of An Irish Sept" by Sir Michael O'Dwyer, published London, 1933).
  UNKNOWN
 
  Daughter DWYER b.  m in England
  Daughter DWYER b.  m in England
  John Stephen DWYER b. 1807 Dublin
  Miss DWYER  d bef 1859
 
   REV. GEORGE DWYER, J.P.,  son of Robert Dwyer and Mary Hoare, [NOT PROVEN]   b ab 1791 Ireland.  Clergyman    See News Items LONDONTIMES Also, In Ireland 1837: Title Clerical: Reverend Address: The Rectory Town: Ardrahan  Co. Galway Ireland Date: 1837  Office Judicial: J.P.  Involved at the center of some Tithing controversy.  In 1841Census, living with wife at St Bridget Parish Cheshire. In 1861 Curate of Beckbury Parish, Shropshire.w/ wife.  Poss letter from at BL: Dwyer (George). English chaplain at Karlsruhe. Letter to Sir R. Peel 1844. Add.  40541 f. 442.  Property:  "Ardrahm Glebe West Rev. George Dwyer, Rector, Richard Gregory, Esq., 56 Berners St., Oxford Road, London. Agent Edward L. Hunt, Esq., Gort. This Glebe is occupied by the Reverend George Dwyer, Rector of Ardrahan. It consists of about 14 acres. Tithe free. County Cess 2s. 11½d. per acre. There is one occupying tenant, who holds abut 4 acres from the Rector at £2.0.0. per acre. County Cess 2s. 11½d. per acre. Tithe free. Soil gravely, lime stone and sandy. Usual crops wheat, oats and potatoes. No bog."
PUBLICATIONS: 
View of Evidence on the Subject of Tithes in Ireland given before the Committees of Lords and Commons, in 1832 : Vindicating the Protestant 
   Clergy of that Country, Exposing the Schemes of the Agitators, and Shewing the Necessity of a Firm Maintenance of the Protestant Church in 
   Ireland, to Prevent a Dissolution of the Union, Author: Dwyer, George. London: T. Cadell, 1833, Description: viii, 208, 101 p; 22 cm. English.      
Popery Umasked at the Recent Elections in Ireland, Author(s): Dwyer, George. London: 1853 Description: 82 p. English - OCLC: 34092930.      In Articles of Others:
"Grammars of Electoral Violence in Nineteenth-Century England and Ireland", Hoppen, K. Theodore The English Historical Review, Vol. 109, No. 
     432 (Jun., 1994), pp. 597-620. JSTOR  mentioned on p 619 in footnotes.
ELIZABETH ANNE MILLS  daughter of William Mills b 1801 Ireland    In 1841and 1861 Census w/ husband Appears to be living in 1871 as a widow in Bromley  May have married: About 1818 Ardrahan, Galway, Ireland.
 
  ELIZABETH DWYER 
JOHN CONLAN  m 02 JUN 1848 Bengal India Christening: 06 MAY 1821 Bengal India
  MAJOR GENERAL HENRY ARTHUR DWYER, B.S.C.  Bengal Army  Born: 29 Sep 1822 Galway, Ireland, Bapt: 17 NOV 1822 Ardrahan, Galway, Ireland.  Cadet Papers under IOR/L/MIL/9/196/443-45 1952022  IOR/L/MIL/ is the Collection at the British Library in London, Latter is LDS number.  LATER- BACK IN ENGLAND C 1895 D BEFORE 1908   1901 Lived in Kensington with daughters. Retired Jan 1855. 
EMILY MARIA ADELAIDE AYLWARD M 20 APR 1853 Bengal India, (Sisters- Annette and Louisa)  Emily died in India "November 18th at Jhung, Emily, wife of Major H A Dwyer, B S C" Times of India
 
  Alice Maud Dwyer b 20 APR 1862 Bengal India  Listed in British 1881 Census at 19 North. Caernarvon, Wales, as Niece of Walton KITCHING- clergyman and Lucy S. NISBET
ADA MARGARET Dwyer   b 1873 India
  GENERAL WAGHORN 
  JOHN DE BURGH DWYER, Magistrate, Esq. of Ballyquirk, co. Tipperary, eldest son, b 29 SEP 1822 Twins Christening: 17 NOV 1822 Rectory, Ardrahan, Galway, Ireland
ELLEN FRANCES SHAW daughter of William Shaw, m 04 SEP 1872 Saint Mary, Leamington Priors, 
 
  ELLA DE BURGH DWYER  When on her way to her relatives in England she was a passenger by the ill-fated S.S. Leinster, which was torpedoed on October 10, 1918. Her body was recovered and is buried at Lorrha.
                                           

Information from Declan April 2008:

 

Caledonian Mercury Mon Jan 22 1827
War Office
Major Henry Dwyer, upon half pay unnattached, late Aide-de-Camp to the late Marquis of Hastings, to be Lieut Col. in the army.

Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle Sat Jan 20 1855
Major General Henry Dwyer, Major on half pay, unattached, has been permitted to retire from the service by the sale of his commission.

The Belfast Newsletter Wed Nov 5 1856
Death
At Virginia, North America, Susannah Maria, wife of the Rev. Robert Doyne Dwyer.

Freeman's Journal Thurs Oct 13 1864
Major Francis Doyne Dwyer, late Quartermaster-General of the Austrian Army during the Italian campaigns is at present staying with his brother, John Stephen Dwyer, Esq., J.P., Castleconnell.

The Preston Guardian Sat Oct 29 1864
Bankrupts
Robert Doyne Dwyer, late of Liverpool, metal dealer, November 7.

Freeman's Journal Tues Aug 29 1871
The September number of the DARK BLUE, a high class Monthly Magazine .....
The following are amoung the contributors for 1871 :- .... Major F. Doyne Dwyer, ......

Birmingham Daily Post Mon Aug 26 1872
Major Francis Doyne Dwyer is engaged upon a Life of Charles Lever, including extracts from his correspondence. Lever was a charming letter writer.

The Graphic (London) Sat Aug 31 1872
Fraser's Magazine for September being No.XXXIII of the new series. Edited by J. A. Froude, M.A.,
Contents
......
Servia by Major F. Dwyer.
....

Daily News (London) Sat Dec 7 1872
.... Two works on the late war are before us - " The Franco-German War to the Catastrophe of Sedan and the Fall of Strasburg." by Colonel A. Borbstaedt and Major F. Dwyer (Asher and Co.); .......

The Belfast Newsletter Sat Aug 1 1874
Marriage
Lace - Dwyer - July 28, at S. Mary's Church, Bedford, by the Rev. J. W. Lace, Vicar of Pill, Somerset, assisted by the Rev. Charles Brereton, Rector of the Parish, Alfred, eight son of F. J. Lace, Esq., J.P., Stone Gappa, Yorkshire, to Geraldine Alice Jane, fourth daughter of Major Francis Doyne Dwyer, Austrian Imperial and Royal Service, Bedford and Ballyquirk, Co. Tipperary.

Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle Sat Nov 20 1880
Death
Dwyer - On the 13th inst., suddenly, at The Grove East, Woodhay, Hants, Francis Doyne Dwyer, M.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, and Major of Hussars, Imperial Austrian Army, of Ballyquirk, county Tipperary, and Tiernagh, county Clare, aged 71 years.

http://victorianresearch.org/ci604.html

Additions and Corrections to the Wellesley Index

June 2004 Edition

Eileen M. Curran

......... For all twelve articles just listed, delete Francis Doyne Dwyer. Add: Author not identified. These articles are not included in the three detailed lists of articles provided by Dwyer and his widow to the Royal Literary Fund, the first two by Dwyer in 1869 and 1872 and the last by his widow in 1881. On 19 Jan. 1881 his daughter Anna described her father’s literary career: “He contributed for many years to ‘Frazer’ and to the United Service Magazine. Also crucial articles to the ‘Cornhill’ and ‘Blackwood’ magazines. He was military correspondent to the ‘Observer’ for some time. He contributed for several years to the ‘Naval and Military Gazette’ and occasional articles to the ‘Imperial Review’ ‘Dark Blue’ Dublin University magazine and the ‘Broad Arrow.’” That “occasional articles” should rule out the long list of DUM articles Wellesley ascribes to him--all articles dealing with the Crimean War. As Wellesley correctly notes, Dwyer wrote about military affairs--but only about conflicts involving Austrian or Prussian forces. During the 1850s Dwyer served as a major in the Imperial Austrian Army, published German-language military manuals in Vienna, “contributed to the ‘Darmstadter Militär Zeitung’ for nearly twenty years [from about 1853 to 1872] besides occasional articles to other German military papers”; he did not write again for British periodicals until 1859.

Links between some articles in the above group most likely indicate a conscientious editor or sub-editor; they do not point to Dwyer as the author.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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