Yes it's from IRISH ROOTS!
King James II is supposed to have dined with John Keys, the owner of Cavanacor House on
20th April 1689. On the 18th April the king had been fired upon as he attempted to enter
L'derry by the Bishop Gate.
Two of John KEY's brothers, Frederick and Thomas KEYS of Cavanacor, distinguished
themselves as defenders of Derry during the seige.
On 23 July 1823 Mary KEYS married Benjamin Geale HUMPHREY, and Cavanacor House came into
the HUMPHREY family.The HUMPHREY's had first settled in Wicklow in 1655.
And this also will be continued if you email direct Roy.
Civil survey of Lifford 1654-1656
Lands in Clonleigh, Parish passed to John KEYS and John PORTER, the husbands of Roger
TASKERs two daughters, Barbara and Magdalen.