The owner of a dry-salting and hardware firm in Manchester.
|Macklin||The 5,000 acre county Galway estate of George Macklin (deceased), of Banagher in King's county, was offered for sale in the Encumbered Estates court by his brother James Ledwith Macklin, in March 1852. It was situated in the barony of Longford and was purchased by James C. Harter.|
|Harter||James C. Harter, the owner of a dry-salting and hardware firm in Manchester, bought the 5,000 acre estate of George Macklin in 1852. The estate was situated in the barony of Longford. In the 1870s James C. Harter of Hartivell Hall, England, owned 1,699 acres in county Galway.|