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Andrew MacIntyre

Death: 1959
Donegal, Ireland
Immediate Family:

Son of James MacIntyre and Letitia MacIntyre
Husband of Mary MacIntyre
Father of James MacIntyre; Andrew Eunan MacIntyre; Kevin MacIntyre; Private; Private and 4 others
Brother of Mary Ellen Coll; Johnnie MacIntyre; Maggie Barr; Letitia MacIntyre; James MacIntyre and 1 other

Managed by: Sean MacIntyre
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About Andrew MacIntyre

James Coll A BRIEF FAMILY HISTORY transcribed by Tracy Coll 1-27-99: "Andrew MacIntyre composed many songs and poems including "Deep Sheephaven Bay" and "The Maid of Marble Hill". He attended Ballymore National School but was never at a secondary school. In those days few Irish peasants could afford to give their children secondary education. This, however, was no obstacle to Andrew's advancement. He educated himself. He knew eight languages. He used to talk freely to German and French people whom he met and of course he a was a fluent Irish speaker. It was he who painted the name-plate for Niall MacGiolla Brighde's Cart. The Law Case, in which Padriag Pearse defended Niall, is well known, Andrew became County Librarian for Donegal. He was also an accomplished musician and talented journalist. His wife was Mary Martin of Derryreel. He died in 1959."

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Andrew MacIntyre's Timeline

December 1, 1919
Crockalaghta, County Donegal, Donegal, Ireland
September 18, 1922
Crockalaghta, Donegal, Donegal, Ireland
Donegal, Ireland