William Glanville, who served at Slyne Head, Eagle Island and many more from the 1880s had at least sixteen children
Rickard (not Richard!) Hamilton served at many stations from 1865 to 1905 and spawned a dynasty of keepers
Lightkeeper, probably Joseph Corish, surveying the damage caused by the December 1894 storm at Eagle Island
The brilliantly-named Watson Pepper Armstrong was a keeper at Beeves Rock, Roches Point and Clare Island in the 1860s and 1870s
The lighthouse-keepers who watch and guide 'mid the wild sea's loneliness.
Thomas Francis Fortune and daughters. Thomas was the PK when the Calf Rock came crashing down in 1881(Copyright estate of Eileen Kates, used by permission.)