Creagh, Sir Michael (d. 1738), lord mayor of Dublin, merchant and property owner of Bridge St., was son of Christopher Creagh, the great-great-grandson of Christopher Creagh (fl. 1541) – a man of immense influence and power among the Old English and native Irish – and nephew of the confederate John Creagh of Ballyvolane, Co. Clare (fl. 1642).
|Title of host publication||Dictionary of Irish Biography|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2009|