Mike, I came across this obituary in Google Books. July 3, 1869
The Illustrated London News Page 23, Volume LV
Obituary found in the Eminent Persons Column
"Miss Nangle Miss Eleanor Nangle of Gariskey, in the county of Kildare, the last descendent of a distinguished line of one of the oldest of the Anglo-Norman families in Ireland-the Nangles Barons of Navan died on the 3rd ult, aged seventy-eight.She was the only surviving daughter of the late Christoper Nangle, Esq., of Garisker, and succeeded to the estate at the decease, in 1865 of her brother, John Hyacinth Nangle, Esq.A melancholy interest attached to the history of the family of Nangles.On March 20, 1757, their residence of Streamstown, in Westmeath, was attached by robbers, and Mr. Nangle, Mrs. Nangle, their elder son, the maid-servant, and a servant-boy were barbarously murdered, the house being set on fire to prevent detection.The only member of the family left was the younger son, Christopher Nangle, an infant of four years old, who was away with his nurse.This child became eventually the propriator of Garisker, and was father of the excellent lady whose death is here recorder.Under the will of the late Mr. Nangle, his estated devolve on his cousin, George Dowdall Nicholls, Esq., now of Gariskey."