Lady Caroline Clements (c.1812-1869), youngest child of Nathaniel, 2nd Earl of Leitrim, married John Ynyr Burges of Parkanaur, Castlecanlfeild, Co. Tyrone, in 1833. She participated in her husband's enthusiasm for building, planting and improving, and accompanied him on an endless round of country-house visits meticulously recorded by him in a somewhat precious and self conscious diary. At the time of his courtship of Lady Caroline, Parkanaur was a modest Tudor-Revival house, built in recent years by his father. Its scale and style may have inspired Lough Rynn, the 'most comfortable little Elizabethan mansion' (as Burges called it) which her brother built in 1832-1835 on the Leitrim family estate at Mohill, Co. Leitrim. From the late 1840s onwards, Burges and Lady Caroline busied themselves turning Parkanaur into a large Elizabethan mansion, a process not completed until after her death.