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HomepageThe Sligo-Leitrim World
of Kate Cullen 1832-1913
A 19th Century Memoir Revealed by Hilary Pyle
with extra thanks to 'The Shadow' and Schiller & Schiller, Co Sligo, Ireland

For any Cullen family descended from the prominent Cullens of Manorhamilton in Co Leitrim, Ireland, Hilary Pyle's The Sligo-Leitrim World of Kate Cullen is one book that should definitely not be missing from your library. Compiled from the memoirs of Kate Cullen (1832-1913), the book is a treasure trove of stories and information that will provide a rich and colorful background for your Cullen family tree. Besides the obvious value to the Cullen family, the book is a living picture of 19'th century Protestant Ireland and stands on its own as a social history from the viewpoint of one of the more insightful and articulate members of an old and distinguished County family.


The Sligo-Leitrim World of Kate Cullen 1832-1913: A 19th Century Memoir Revealed - by - Hilary Pyle
Brief Introduction From the Back Cover

Kate Cullen's lively manuscript account makes rivetting reading about the close-knit life of Protestant Ireland, a society absorbed in its own triumphs and misfortunes, in its religion and fashions, and yet conscious that at that moment history was being made.

During the 1840s she lived in Dublin, staying for periods with married sisters in Sligo, Donegal and Leitrim. She witnessed the Famine, though she was cushioned from it. She married the bank manager in Carrick-on-Shannon, moving as a widow to Silgo to earn her living as manageress of the County Club.

Kate remembered her experiences so vividly that around the turn of the century her daughter, Susan L. Mitchell, then a budding writer, persuaded her to dictate them. The memoir has an additional importance in the background that it reveals to one of the leading figures of the Irish literary revival. Susan L. Mitchell, eager to learn of her own origins, was later distinguished as a poet and friend of AE, Yeats and Seamus O'Sullivan.


On the front cover is a portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel John James Cullen ( 1783 - 1842 ) by noted Dublin portrait-painter, Martin Cregan, on the occasion for the ascension of Prince Regent, George IV, who visited Dublin in 1821. At this time a portrait was also made for Bridget (Finucane) Cullen, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel John James Cullen. Prints of both portraits can also be found in the book.

Hilary Pyle, art critic, biographer, and former Curator of the Yeats Museum in the National Gallery of Ireland. Previous publications include Portraits of Patriots and biographies of the writer James Stephens and of Jack B. Yeats. She has recently been preparing a life of Susan L. Mitchell, poet and satirist of the Irish Renaissance, daughter of Kate Cullen.


Two Views of Glenade House
courtesy of 'The Shadow'
Glenade House, on the shores of Lough Glenade in 'Jealous Valley' between Manorhamilton and Bundoran, built in 1837 for Lt-Col John James Cullen.Built by Cairncross 'Carny' Cullen ( 1802 - 1878 ) in 1837, Glenade house was owned during the famine years by Lt-Col John James Cullen ( 1783 - 1842 ). Glenade House is approx 3500sqft three-level ( counting roof and basement ) neoclassical limestone structure with a cut stone front and ten stone pillars. The interior throughout is in near-original condition featuring Georgian stylings. There are five bedrooms, three on the main floor and two upstairs, three reception rooms featuring open-hearth fireplaces, upstairs and downstairs baths, and numerous other rooms including kitchens, storage, drawing room, etc.
A closer view of the porch of Glenade House, showing four of the ten doric columns. Note also the carving, above the porch, of the pelican in her nest feeding her young. The crest is the one adopted by this Cullen family for the armorial. The motto is the same as that of the Irish sept of O'Cullen: 'Sieze the Day' or, as in the alternate translation ascribed to J.J. Cullen in Hilary Pyle's book, 'Don't waste time!'.



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Index of Persons from " The Sligo-Leitrim World of Kate Cullen 1832-1913 "

For the benefit of those interested in the biographical or genealogical information contained in Hilary Pyle's book, I've included below the complete text from the index. I hope you find this useful in determining if the contents of the book are worth your attention. The brief genealogical passages (including a Cullen family tree) would be of interest mainly to the Cullen family but there are enough references to other families to be of value to anyone with an interest in Co Leitrim of the 19'th century. Currently, The Sligo-Leitrim World of Kate Cullen is available for about US $20.00 from Amazon.com and shipment can be expected within a couple of weeks as the book is published in Dublin, Ireland and availability varies. You may also order directly from The Woodfield Press, 17 Jamestown Square, Dublin 8, Ireland.





Index of Persons
[Page references for illustrations are in italics]


- A -

Airley the Cooper, 86
Albert, Prince, 77
Algeo family, 13
Algeo, Mrs, 27
Allsops, 78
Allsop, Mrs, 78
Annaly, Lord, 13
Armstrong, Colonel, 27
Arthur, Mrs (of Ennis), 75, 76
Atthill, Rev., 27
Austen, Jane, 40

- B -

Banks, John, 50
Barnett, Monsieur, 47
Bass family, 78
Beresford, Dr. John Claudius, 6,28
Bishop of Kilmore, see Beresford, Dr.
Blacker, Dean, of Mullabrack, 48
Blair (the sexton), 27, 33
'Blood, Noble' (also 'The Height of Honour'), 33
'Blue, Donald', see Ryan, Denis
Blythe, Misses, 116
Bolton, Henrietta, 48
Brabazon, Bidz, see Mitchell, Bidz Finucane
Brew, Lucy, 39
Bronte, Emily, 36
Brown, Sara, 80
Brown, Tom (Clerk of the Peace), 80
Browne, David, 115
Browns, 80
Burton, Dr. Thomas, 73, 75
Burton, Sir Frederick, 73, 75, 76
Butler, Austin, 36
Butler, John (the steward), 39

- C -

Campbell, Aunt Eliza, see Cullen, Eliza
Campbell, Mr., 11, 12
Campbell, Sir Robert, 60
Canning, Maria, 53
Cannon, Mr. (Resident Magistrate in Maryborough), 73
Cannons, 73, 75
Carmody, Mr., 31
Carrick, Pierce, 46
Church, Jemmy, 100
Cleary, Mary, 116, 122
Collins, Katie, 116
Connolly, Harry (the butcher), 38
Conyngham, Lord, 48
Cornwall, Henrietta, 48
Cleary, Mary, 86
Cooper (Michael Mitchell's deputy), 98
Cowper, 14
Creagh, Mary, 38
Cregan, Martin, 6, 7, 16
Cross, 3, 4, 9, 10, 16
Crowle, Kitty, 33
Cullen, Bessie (also Bessy, Kate's sister, Bessie St. Leger), 19, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 30, 32, 35, 39, 45, 54, 61, 79, 80, 86, 89, 97, 99, 104, 106, 108, 119
Cullen, Bridget (Bidz) Finucane, xii, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 35, 36, 45, 46, 47, 50, 58, 60, 73, 79, 92, 105, 107; 8
Cullen, Carn Cross (Carney's son), 7, 9
Cullen, Carn Cross (Lt.-Col. John James' brother), 4, 5, 10
Cullen, Carn Cross (the 'Minor', Kate's brother), 20, 28, 29
Cullen, Carn Cross of Glenade (Carney, Kate's cousin), 5, 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 27, 44
Cullen, Rev. Carn Cross (Kate's grandfather), 3, 4, 9, 10, 16, 60
Cullen, Catherine Theresa, see Cullen, Kate
Cullen, Daniel Finucane, 28
Cullen, Diana (also Mrs Faris, 'Widow Faris' and Diana de L'Herrault), 20, 22, 29, 30, 31, 32, 40, 41,44, 45, 53, 54, 67, 80, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 96, 100, 103, 104, 108, 111, 119, 120
Cullen, Eliza, 11, 12, 60, 61
Cullen, Elizabeth, see Cullen, Ellen
Cullen, Ellen, 3, 4, 6, 16
Cullen, Francis (cousin of Lt-CoI John James Cullen), 17
Cullen, Francis Nesbitt (Kate's brother), 3, 20, 28, 31, 41, 43, 47, 119
Cullen, Georgina, 20, 22, 28, 45, 46, 47, 61, 64, 65, 78, 79-81, 120
Cullen, Giles William, 23, 29, 45, 46, 53, 67, 72, 75
Cullen, Henry Francis, 10, 27, 44
Cullen, Hester, 17
Cullen, Jane (Aunt Jane), 10, 11, 12, 20, 27, 45
Cullen, Janey (also Janey Shepperd), 20, 22, 28, 29, 31, 46, 47, 61, 92, 93, 99, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 111, 120
Cullen, Jemmy ('Jamesy'), 19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31, 43, 46, 47, 58, 67, 79, 92, 104, 105, 107, 108, 118
Cullen, Lt.-Col. John James, xii, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 44-45, 66, 76; 7
Cullen, Johnny Marcus, 20, 27, 28, 29, 44, 45, 78, 120
Cullen, Judith Anne, 3
Cullen, Kate (also Catherine Theresa and 'Kitsy'), birth in 1832, 6; childhood at Skreeney, 13-34.; marriage of sisters Bessie and Diana, 30; education, 31, 47-49; visits married sisters 35-43; death of father, 44; in Dublin, 44f; interest in theatre, 53-4; religion, 26-28,54-58,93-5,111-2,118; death of brother Paddy, 60-1; marriage of sister Mary, 25-6; spends a year with Mary in Donegal, 61-66; death of Mary, 65-66; marriage of sister Georgina, 65; long visit to Diana in Carrick-on-Shannon, 67; engagement to Jack McCulloch, 67-72, at Maryborough, 73f.; attachment to Dr. Burton, 73-75; returns to Dublin, 75; moves with mother to Sligo, 79; arranges to visit Jack and Georgina in Ascension, 80-81; engagement to Michael Mitchell, 81ff.; wedding, 99; birth of children, 107; death of husband, 114-5; leaves Carrick and moves to Sligo, 116; stewardess of County Club, 117f.; death of Bessie, and brother, Francis, 119; death of sisters Diana and Janey, and brother Johnny Marcus, 120; daughter Susan comes to live with her in Sligo, 120; moves to Dublin, 121; dies in Dublin, 123
Cullen, Major, 13, 16
Cullen, Mary Jane (also Mrs Labatt, Mary Labatt), xii, xiii, 22, 26, 35, 45, 47, 61, 62, 63, 66
Cullen, Minnie, 27
Cullen, Paddy, 20, 22, 28, 31, 45, 46, 60, 61
Cullen, Patrick (Kate's ancestor), 1
Cullen, Patrick (Kate's great-grandfather), 2
Cullen, Patrick (Kate's grand uncle), 2, 20
Cullen, Rev. Carn Cross (Kate's grandfather), 3, 4, 9, 10, 16, 60
Curran, Sarah, 30, 59
Curran, William Henry, 30, 59

- D -

Davis, Mrs., 48
Davis, Thomas, 80
Davys, Mrs, 1
Day, Rev. Maurice, 57
Daxon, Catherine, 5
Daxon, Giles ('Great-Uncle Giles'), 5, 23, 29, 45
Dickens, Charles, 71
Dickson, Major, 4
Dickson, Hester (Aunt Hessie), 10, 28
Dickson, Miss (Hester), 4, 10
Dickson, Mrs., 10
Dolby, Miss, 54
Dowling, Aunt, 38, 50
Doyle, John, 23
'Drummy, The', 100
Duncan, Jane, 33
Duncan, Miss, 87
Dwyer, Dr., 76

- E -

Elliott, John Jack), 65, 78, 79, 80
Elliotts, 76, 78
Emmet, Robert, 30, 59
Enniskillen, Lord, 26, 63, 66

- F -

'Fair Queen', 33
Fannin, Pat, 39
Faris, Alick, 30, 41, 44-45, 89
Faris, Colonel, 103
Faris, Diana, Mrs, see Cullen, Diana
Faris, John, 44
Faris, Sara, 31, 100
Farises, 32, 40, 44, 47, 67
Farrell, Thomas, 123
Faucit, Helen, 53
Faussett, Sally, 107
Faussetts, Misses, 22
Fielding, 14
Finaigle, Mrs, 49
Finucane, Andrew, 119
Finucane, Daniel, 5, 28
Finucane, Bridget (Bidz), see Cullen, Bidz Finucane
Finucane, Grandmother, 13, 22, 29, 32, 36, 45
Finucane, Michael (Uncle Michael), 26, 29, 36, 39, 45-46
Finucane, Morgan, 5
Fishers, Miss, 46
Fitzgerald, Vesey, 23
Flins, Mrs, 25
Fogherty, Maureen, 33
Ford, Mr., 67
Franklin, Harry, 121
French, Christopher, 112
French, Mrs (formerly Miss Percy), 112
French, Percy, 112
Fleury, Dr., 57

- G -

Galbraith, Mrs ('Granny'), 29
Galway, John, 54
Gaskell, Mrs, 40
Gisborne, Mr., 67
Gledstanes, Captain (Uncle George), 10, 11, 27
Glenavy, Beatrice, 118
Gordon, Mrs, 107
Gordon, Richard, 99
Gore-Booths, 86
Gorman (the butler), 20, 21, 22, 28, 35, 47, 50, 51
Gorman, Catherine ('The Heiress), 51
Gorman, Mrs Julia, 50
Guinness, Henry Grattan, 104
Gregg, Miss, 47, 48, 49, 50, 61
Gregg, Miss Fanny, 48, 50
Gregg, Rev. John (later Dean of Cork), 54, 57
Gregory, Lady, xi
Grisi, 53, 54
Guthrie, Dr., 99

- H -

Hamilton, John, 27
Hamilton, Mr., 96
Hamilton, Mrs, 65
Hamilton, Rev. Abraham, 27
Hamilton, Sir Frederick, 1
Heman, Geo, 84
Hemans, Mrs., 48
Homer, 31
'Honour, The Height of, see 'Blood, Noble'
Hume, Mr., 64
'Hume, The Widow', 64

- J -

Jelly, Miss (later Mrs Kemiss), 75
John (Michael Mitchell's manservant), 95, 96
Johnson, Mrs (formerly Miss Percy), 112
Jones, Eliza, 11
Jones, Jemima, 11, 12
Jones, Major, 11, 12
Jones, Mrs, see Cullen, Eliza
Julian (band conductor), 49, 50

- K -

Kaffir, Jack, 78
Kean, Mrs, 50
Keane, Charles, 53
Keane, Ellie, 64
Keane, Maria, 64
Keane, Mrs Ellen (nee Tree), 53
Kellett, William, 54
Kemiss, Mr., 75
Kemiss, Mrs (formerly Miss Jelly), 75
Kilfenora, Dean of, 39
Kirkwood, Andrew, 108
Kirkwood, Anna, 67, 108
Kirkwood, Miss ('Fair Queen'), 33
Kirkwood, Sydney, 96, 108
Kirkwood, Thomas, 108
Kitty (the cook), 38
Knox, Madame, 16
Krause, Mr., 57

- L -

Labatt, Dr. Samuel, 25
Labatt family, 32
Labatt, Jonathan, 25
Labatt, Mary, see Cullen, Mary Jane


Labatt, Rev. Edward, xii, 25, 26, 36, 44, 63, 64, 65, 66, 97, 99
Lane, Harry, 78
Langstaff, Susan, see Mitchell, Susan Langstaff
Lauder, Mr., 84
Lauder, William, 103
'Laundry, Mary the', 33
Lavin, Paddy, 113
Lawless, 'Honest Jack', 25; 23
Lawson, Miss, 106
Lefroy, Miss, 57
Leitrim, Grand Jury of, 44
Leitrim, Lord, 13, 41
Lever, Charles, 5
L'Herrault, Madame de, 101, 113
L'Herrault, Victor de, 72, 84, 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 97, 101, 102, 103, 104, 111, 113
Lind, Jenny, 54
Little, Bennett, 41, 67, 80
Little, Dr., 79, 86, 87
Little, Roper, 41
Littles, 87
Lloyd, Mr, 47
Lodge, Alexander, 64
Lodge, Letitia, 64
Lodge, Mr., 64
Lodge, Mrs, 64
Lodge, Richard, 64
Lodges, 65
Long, James, 67, 89
Louis Philippe, 53
Lorton, Lord, 17
Lover, Samuel, 25
Lowe, Mr., 57

- M -

'Mac, Mrs', 42
MacNeill, Hugh, 57
Maguire, 25
Maguire, Mr. (later Dean), 31
Mahony, James, 77
Manley, Grand Aunt, 4, 9, 35
Malton, James, 55
Marie Antoinette, 78
Mario, 53
Markiewicz, Constance, 122
Marsh, Sir Henry, 75
Martin, Patrick, 53
Matthew, Father, 28, 100
Maunsell, Miss, 4
McCloskey, 100, 101
McCulloch, Christina, 70
McCulloch, Henry, 70
McCulloch, Jack John Ramsay), 67, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 84, 89
McCulloch, Mr. ('The Governor'), 69
McCulloch, Mrs, 69
McLeod, Mr., 86
McNally, Agnes, 48
McNally, Henrietta, 48
Mills, Honor, 96
Mitchell, Adam, 87, 92
Mitchell, Bidz Finucane (also Bidz Brabazon), 107, 116; 117
Mitchell, George (Michael Mitchell's father), 82
Mitchell, George Cullen (Michael and Kate's son), 107, 116, 117
Mitchell, Gilly (Michael Thomas), 107, 108, 116, 117, 121
Mitchell, James, 82, 85, 107
Mitchell, Jane, 84
Mitchell, Jinny, 107, 116, 121
Mitchell, John James Jack, and later Johnny), 107, 116, 117, 122
Mitchell, Kate Cullen, see Cullen, Kate
Mitchell, Margaret, 84, 92
Mitchell, Michael (Kate's husband), 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 107, 111, 113, 114; 91
Mitchell, Mrs (of Belfast), 52
Mitchell, Sarah, 83, 84
Mitchell, Susan (Michael's sister), 82, 87
Mitchell, Susan L. (also Sue; Michael and Kate's daughter), xi, xiii, 1, 21, 83, 94, 107, 114, 116, 120, 121, 122, 123; 122
Mitchell, Susan Langstaff (Michael's mother), 82, 84, 92
Mitchell, Thomas, 82, 83, 92
Mitchell, Victoria Diana ('Baby'), 107, 116; 120
Molly Maguires, 84
Mooney, Mr., 112
Moore, George, xi
Moore, Tom, 30, 53
Moses, John, 47
Mount Charles, Lord, 36
Moyreau, Jean, 17
Mullany, Mr., 93

- N -

Nash, Rev. Herbert Mandeville, 5
Nelson, Mr., 17
Nesbitt, Carn Cross, 2
Nesbitt, Isabella, 2
Noone, Peter (Sir Frederick Burton's coachman), 75

- O -

O'Brien, Dr., 38
O'Brien, Jimmy, 33
O'Brien, Mary Jane, 38, 39
O'Brien, Mrs, 38
O'Callaghan, Mrs George, 23
O'Connell, Daniel, 23, 25, 58, 59; 23
O'Connor, Amelia, 48
O'Loughlens, 50
O'Sullivan, Seumas, 123
Ottley, Mr., 67

- P -

Palmer, Captain, 9, 10
Palmer, Henry, 32, 33
Palmer, Jane, 8
Palmer, Kate, 9, 10
Palmer, Mary, 107
Palmer, Mary-Anne, 20
Palmer, Susan, 20
Parnell, Charles Stewart, xiii
Patten, Anna, 17
Payne, Colonel, 78
Payne, Mrs, 78
Pedro, Don, 70
Peel, Sir Robert, 78
Peels, 78
Percy, Misses, 112
Percy, Rev. William, 112
Percy, Robert, 75
Percy, Sarah, 80
Peyton, Mrs, 93
'Peyton, The Widow', 42
Pischek (Polish singer), 50
Plunkett, Horace, 121
Plunkett, Miss, 33
Pollexfen, George, 120
Pollexfens, 116
Pollock, Mr., 57
Pollocks, 98
Power, Nancy, 38
Price, Mr., 71
Price, Mrs, 71
Prince Regent, 6
Pyms, The, 48

- R -

Racine, 4
Raoux, Jean, 18
Reynolds, Miss, 42
Reynolds, Biddy, 42
Robertson, Daniel, 56
Robinson, Dr. Francis, 47, 50
Robinson, Frank, 54
Robinson, Joe, 54
Robinson, John, 54
Robinson, William, 54
Robinson, Mrs, 48
Robinson, Mrs (Michael Mitchell's housekeeper), 96
Robson, 54
Rorke (the gardener), 33
Rosse, Lord, 84
Russell, George, 120
Rutherford, Mr., 1, 2,
Ryan, Denis ('Donald Blue'), 32, 33

- S -

St. George, Mr., 72
St. George, Charles Manners, 84, 89, 100, 102, 103, 104
St. George, Christina, 102, 103, 104
St. Germains, Lord, 76
St. Leger, Noblett, 19, 30, 39, 47, 61, 79, 91, 99, 106, 107, 111
St. Legers, 32, 46, 87, 95, 97, 99
St. Paul, 25
Shakespeare, 14,
Sheil, Richard Lalor, 25,23
Shepperd, Rev., Noble, 104, 105, 106, 108, 112, 14, 116
Shepperd, Mrs, 105, 114, 116
Shugal, Mrs, 16, 16
Singer, Dr., 57
Smith, Messrs, 54
Smollett, 14
Soden, Elizabeth, see Cullen, Ellen
Stacpoole, Andrew, 37, 71
Stacpoole, Aunt, 32, 36, 37, 38, 39, 47
Stacpoole, Diana, 39
Stacpoole, Kate, 36, 37
Stacpoole, Richard, 36
Stacpoole, Uncle, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39
Stacpoole, Willie, 37, 38
Stacpoole family, 43
Steele, Tom, 58
Stuart, Mr. Murray, 65
Synge, J.M., xi

- T -

Tait, Dr. (of Manorhamilton), 45
Tandy, Mrs, 73
Tandy, Napper, 73
Tennison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, 41
Tennison, Lady Louisa, 41
Tighe, Maggie, 113
Toler, Anne, 20, 78
Toole, Mr., 47, 50
Tottenham, Anne, 35
Towell, Miss (later Mrs Allsop), 78
Trants, 78
Tristram, Larry (balladeer), 82
Tree, Ellen (later Mrs Keane), 53
Turner de Lond, William, 24

- U -

Ussher, Archbishop, 57

- V -

Vandeleur, Nellie, 57
Verschoyle, Mr., 57
Victoria, Queen, 76; 77
Virgil, 31

- W -

Waddell, Mary, 48
Waylett, Mrs, 39
Webb, Eliza, 27, 58
Wegg, Colonel, 87, 93
Wegg, Susan, 93, 116
Weggs, 87
White, Tom (Member for Leitrim), 43
Whitelaw, Miss, 65
Whitsitt, Mary Jane, 48, 49
Whyte, Colonel Sam, 10
Whyte, Luke, 13
Willis, Mr., 31
Williams, Mr. (Kate's dancing teacher), 47
Williams, Mr., 61
Wilson, Bob (the Steward), 33
Wilson, George Venables, 65
Wilson, Peggy, 33
Wilson, Mrs, 39
Wilson, Mrs George Venables, 65
Wisdom the Wine Merchant, 44
Woronzov, Prince, 74
Wynne, Colonel John, 16
Wynne, Judith (Kate's great grandmother), 2, 20, 63
Wynne, Owen, 2
Wynne, Mr., 112
Wynne, Mr. (of Sligo), 116
Wynne, Mrs, 112
Wynnes, 86

- Y -

Yeats, Jack B., 110, 116
Yeats, Lily, 122
Yeats, William Butler, xi, 1
Yeatses, 120


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