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O'Hara, Charles, first Baron Tyrawleylocked

(d. 1724)
  • John Childs

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O'Hara, Charles, first Baron Tyrawley (d. 1724), army officer, was probably from Leyny, co. Sligo. A henchman and client of the Butlers, dukes of Ormond, O'Hara attended James Butler, later second duke, probably as riding master, during his travels to France in 1675. In 1678 he was a captain in the ...

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