In 1911, Otway Toler became High Sheriff for King’s County (present-day County Offaly) and was appointed Deputy Lieutenant in 1923. He lived at Durrow Abbey, King’s County. The abbey was burnt down in 1923, but he had it rebuilt at the cost of £40,000. His obituary in the Irish Times mentions, amongst other things, that he was a keen lawn tennis player.
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