Dorothy Lowry-Corry (1885 - 1967):
Dorothy Lowry-Corry was born at Castlecoole, County Fermanagh. She was interested in history and genealogy and particularly in archaeology of the Early Christian period. She was Vice-President of the Royal Society of Antiquaries. She contributed many papers to the Royal Irish Academy; perhaps the most important was the recording of the Boa Island and Lustymore stone figures. When the Ancient Monuments Advisory Committee was established, she represented County Fermanagh. She conducted a survey of the monuments of County Fermanagh, and discovered the Corracloona megalithic tomb in County Leitrim. She contributed many articles to the Ulster Journal of Archaeology.