William Creagh

First of his family to turn Protestant.
Prominent powerful Catholic family.


* The Baronetage and Knightage” By Joseph Foster – Page 475

William Creagh profile in Baronatage and Kinightage

William Creagh profile in Baronatage and Kinightage

General Creagh was twice married: (1) on 29 April 1857 to Haidée Sarah Rose, daughter of John Dopping, of Derrycassan, co. Longford, by whom he had five sons and two daughters; (2) on 10 November 1877 to Dora, younger daughter of Edwin Sturge of Gloucester, by whom he had one son and two daughters. The four sons who reached manhood all entered the army. The eldest, Ralph Charles Osborne, served with distinction in Burmah, in Manipur, at the relief of Chitral, in the Kurram Valley, and in South Africa, and died at Netley on 27 Jan. 1904.



Personal Information

William Creagh
Name William Creagh
WifeHaidée Sarah Rose Creagh neé Dopping


Name Birth Death
Constance Creaghasdasds  Deceased
Edward Creaghasdasds  Sep 03 1954
Ralph Creaghasdasds Aug 23 1864 Jan 27 1904
Arthur Creaghasdasds 29 April, 1866 27 November, 1941


Name Birth Death
Robert Carewasdasds  Deceased


Name Birth Death
Robert Carewasdasds May 22 1860 in Ballinamona Park, Co WaterfordDeceased


Name Birth Death
Roberta Carew on cover of Country Life Magazine April 14th 1955 Roberta Carewasdasds