writing inside the cover of "A History of the Savage Family in
Ulster" and photographs, also clips and photos from 2 scrapbooks
owned by Col. G. R. R. Savage
½ our No. 6 G B
A question mark after the
word means it is not clear, a question mark on its own represents a
complete word illegible, a question mark in the middle of a word means an
From Mrs. McCracken's lease of Ballycloughan
Prentice family held Ballycloughan - from 4th holder Henry Savage of
Prospect in 1790.
So Prospect was the residence of H.S. in 1790 - It came to him from
Patrick Savage in 1784 !! as this book seems to imply - Prospect is
Henry Savage of Prospect - was at Prospect in 1790 an ensign? in
Volunteers he went with his Saintfield men to join ? Regt. and drive? the
French? away? - ? ? - he married at 37 years of age Grace Gillespie -
grand daughter of Lord Rollo (the third Lord?) about 1780 - their
pictures? are with Colonel W. Savage C.M.G. at Parkmoyle? -
The descendents of James and Richard Savage, sons of Henry Savage of
Ardkeen who died in 1655 - held under the Montgomerys land at Bressage? -
Creevy - Creevy Lough Gal - Ballycarngannen Prospect - and Ballycloughan
- and Ballylone.
Henry Savage J.P. of Ardglass who died in 1860 had his own lands at
Ballylone - & sold them about 1860.
There was a William Savage of Saintfield in 1719 - who had a very young
child buried in Downpatrick Cathedral burial ground in 1719.
Colonel G. R. R. Savage C.V.O.
Royal Engineers 1909
Ferry? 11.78.122. (I have 2 scrapbooks
belonging to G. R. R. Savage - South Africa 1885-86 defence works,
Simon's Bay, lots of photos, also polo photos and Newspaper album Ceylon
1885 onwards, photos of G.R.R. Savage jumping and running and riding
Robert Stewart - Newtownards was made Marquis of Londonderry 1729?
James Hamilton 1st Viscount Clandeboye 1622
Ferry Page 122
1629 Letter from Lord Clandeboye in Tirmalty? McMullen McGarry
In 1628 Henry Savage of Ardkeen married Alice, widow of Con?
Raymond Savage of Lecale, Ardkeen and Sketterick born 1500 died 1575 (see
page 81) in 1559 Head of Clan was divided between Raymond (Ardkeen 1536)
and Rowland (Portaferry)
Redmond Savage of Saul? 1605? Inquisition (see Knix? Hist? page 44)
Sir Rowland Savage Senechal of Ulster 1470 his daughter Cecilia, married
Sir John (Cahannah?) Clandonnell who was (murdered) by King James IV
Scotland? All the Marquis? of Antrim are descended from her.
1) written inside scrapbook - Business in South
Africa in 1885-6
G. R. R. Savage, In charge of Defence Works, Simon's Bay
2) Royal Military Academy and Royal Military
College's Challenge Sports Shield in 1868 held at Beaufort House, Kensington, London.
Event 120 yds Hurdles won by Gentleman Cadet G. R. R. Savage (for
Ceylon, 100 yds. Challenge Cup (Open) Run at Kandy? 1900
Won by Colonel G. R. R. Savage, R.E. aged 51 in 10 and 1/5 sec. Record
Ceylon Amateur Athletic Association
Championship Meeting, May 11th and 12th 1900
100 Yard Flat Race 1st Prize
Winner Col. Savage Time 10 and 1/5 sec.
Aged 51 years Hony. Secy. A.A.A. Webb
G. R. R. SAVAGE
Given to Colonel G. R. R. Savage, by Grace
Johnston in 1909 - sent from Ardglass - A copy of Portrait of George
Savage, (son of Henry Savage of Prospect, who died about 1805) Capt. 13th
Light Dragoons; he was Grandfather of Colonel Wilford Lloyd, Capt. R.A.
born 1855 and Uncle of Colonel G. R. R. Savage C.V.O., R.E.
Photo from a miniature
Nuwara Eliya 1897 Agri-Horticultural Show
This is to certify that A Gold Medal has been awarded to Col. Savage for
Jumping Competition (14 hands and under) with ? Greg Wales pony Idleboy -
S. M. Burrows, Chairman
Capt. Savage ? Company - Bridging? Natal 1887
"Dandy" in England South Africa - 1885 - "Dandy" and
Capt. Hawkins or Dawkins Hereward? & groom "Dandy" on voyage home, 1886
1) Sir John Savage K.C.B., K.H., R.M., At
Trafalgar, from a painting in Chatham Mess
2) Year 1886 Kathleen Savage - as "Queen of the fairies?"