Cavan is not a county associated with the Buggy name and a 19th century inquiry into jury assizes outlines how a George Buggy was charged with arson. The Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland was questions as to whether he knew about the number of jurors sworn in at a spring session of Cavan assizes. During this querying it was outlined that Robert Bell and George Buggy were charged with setting fire to a byre in Clonloskan. This is the name of a townland in Kilmore civil parish. The question was posed in Parliament on 18 March 1886.
 Hansard, Thomas. 1886. Hansard’s Parliamentary Debates, Third Series Commencing With The Accession of William IV, Vol CCCIII. London: Buck and Son p.1154