HENRY, of Rossroe Castle;The second son,
THOMAS, of Castle Crine.
THOMAS BUTLER, of Castle Crine, was father of
WILLIAM BUTLER, of Castlecrine, who succeeded to the landed property of his cousin, Henry Butler, of O’Brien’s Castle, in 1791.
He wedded Anne D'Alton and had issue, his son,
HENRY BUTLER JP DL, of Castle Crine, who married Anna, daughter of Major Irvine, and by her, he left at his decease, in 1857, three daughters, of Castle Crine, his co-heiresses, of whom only one,
Sophia Mary, married the 5th Lord Clarina.
Lady Clarina had no male issue, and on the marriage of her eldest daughter, the Hon Sophia (Zoë) Butler-Massey to the Hon Eric Henderson, the Castle Crine estates were settled upon her, subject to the life interests of her mother and aunts.On the death, in 1938, of Miss Anna Butler, the last survivor, Mrs Butler-Henderson (who with her husband assumed the surname of BUTLER in addition to that of HENDERSON) succeeded to Castle Crine estate.