LA TOUCHE, ANN CAROLINE
- Born: 1780ca Died: 1852
Amateur. Ann Caroline Tottenham, youngest daughter of Charles Tottenham, of Ballycurry, Co. Wicklow, and his wife, Frances (née Boswell), was born at Ballycurry circa 1780. She married John David La Touche in 1809, and died in 1852. She designed the moss house in the Devil's Glen in the grounds of her father's house at Ballycurry, which was described by William Smith in 1815.(1)
Genealogical information in theis entry is from B. Burke, Landed Gentry of Ireland (1904), 321,596, and from www.familysearch.org.
(1) William Smith, Journal of an excursion to the county of Wicklow, 22 July 1815, 12-13.
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|Building:||CO. WICKLOW, BALLYCURRY|
|Nature:||Moss house in Devil's Glen. 'The moss house does credit to the taste of Mrs Latouche (dauaghter of Mr Tottenham) at whose suggestions and according to whose plans they were finished'.
|Refs:||William Smith, Journal of an excursion to the county of Wicklow, 22 July 1815, 12-13.|