A Victorian poet in the family
Frances Wynne, sister to May Wynne of Glendalough, and so Graham Wynne's grandaunt, merits a mention in an internet survey of Irish authors, and was the subject of an interview in a publication called 'The Lady of the House,' in the year of her early death.
Read the interview and three of Frances' poems
A new translation
A new translation of the Latin poem Mosella by Ausonius, made by David Parsons, is on his web site
Verses by Mrs Alexander
The writer of 'Once in royal David's city' and 'There is a green hill far away' at one period lived near Kilmacurragh and knew the Acton family. She wrote
these verses about Acton girls who died young.