1796, 1 August 1796, Skibbereen Meeting, ‘Members of the Atlantic Society will meet next club day at Castle of Old Court in Ilen River, signed Michael Beecher, Adm, Daniel O’Donovan Vice Adm.’


https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Skibbereen,+Co.+Cork/@51.5559277,-9.264319,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x4845a5b8ee671cad:0x28dab316351c3ffb!8m2!3d51.5559418!4d-9.2621613?hl=en

1796, 1 August 1796, Skibbereen Meeting,  ‘Members of the Atlantic Society will meet next club day at Castle of Old Court in Ilen River, signed Michael Beecher, Adm, Daniel O’Donovan Vice Adm.’

 

It is not clear what the purpose of the Society was.

 

Old Court:

 

http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/property-show.jsp?id=2614

 

http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/estate-show.jsp?id=2436

 

Courtesy Becher family web site

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~becher/bechers_in_the_newspapers.htm

1717. Patrickson monument in St. Mary’s Church, Dunmanway, West Cork. Here are Deposited the Bodies of Rev. John Patrickson, AM, Chantor of the Cathedral of Cloyne and Ross who Died 1717 aged 73, Martha his daughter By Frances Daughter of Sir Emanuel Moore Bart, and His 2nd Wife daughter of Colonel Robert Phaire Died 1717, Among connected Families: Blairs of Blair’s Cove, Durrus, Children and Descendants of Father/Rev. Daniel McCarthy (Muclagh) and Sarah Blair, Clearys of Dunbeacon, Durrus.


https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Dunmanway/@51.704042,-9.1918372,13z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x484501afd195aefd:0xa00c7a99731ffb0!8m2!3d51.7222431!4d-9.1117859

1717.  Patrickson monument in St. Mary’s Church, Dunmanway, West Cork.    Here are Deposited the Bodies of Rev. John Patrickson, AM, Chantor of the Cathedral of Cloyne and Ross who Died 1717 aged 73, Martha his daughter By Frances Daughter of Sir Emanuel Moore Bart, and His 2nd Wife daughter of Colonel Robert Phaire Died 1717, Among connected Families: Blairs of Blair’s Cove, Durrus, Children and Descendants of Father/Rev. Daniel McCarthy (Muclagh) and Sarah Blair, Clearys of Dunbeacon, Durrus.

Patrickson monument in St. Mary’s church, Dunmanway.  There was a reference to that stone in the minute book. It is the only piece of the old St. Mary’s church, built around 100 years previously to make it into the new church in 1821.  Patrickson put up quite a lot of money towards the building of the first one.

The Patricksons were one of a number  of families such as the Fenwicks Little Island, Inis Beg Skibbereen, Phairs, Whites (Later Lord Bantry), Davies of Macroom, Blairs (later Blair’s Cove) active in the Land Market late 17th and early 18th century acquiring large tracts of West Cork from the Hollow Blade Company.

There is a large extended family Catholic and Protestant in Ireland, UK and Australia.  The Cleary branch is in Australia.

Courtesy Eunice Jeffers

IMG_8661

….

https://durrushistory.com/2016/11/26/1848-attendance-book-dunmanway-west-cork-church-of-ireland-regular-nor-great-parishioners-names-addresses-age-deaths-confirmations/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/06/21/sale-of-blair-estate-coolculaghta-blairs-cove-durrus-west-cork-by-landed-estates-court-1866-with-details-of-legal-tenure-tenants-leases-maps/

https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit.php?s=patrickson&post_status=all&post_type=post&action=-1&m=0&cat=0&paged=1&action2=-1

 

Moore, Rosscarbery genealogy:

 

http://liviomoreno.altervista.org/Genealogia/1st%20Bart.pdf

April 1921, Burning by IRA of The College, Rosscarbery, Co.Cork, reputedly the lineal successor of a Famous School Established in the Sixth century by Saint Fachtna and Derry House Rosscarbery, House of Alexander Sullivan, Kings Counsel and Last Serjeant-at-Law Only Barrister Who Could Be Obtained to Defend Sir Roger Casement 1916


 

April 1921, Burning by IRA of The College, Rosscarbery, Co.Cork, reputedly the lineal successor of a famous school established in the sixth century by Saint Fachtna and Derry House Rosscarbery, House of Alexander Sullivan, Kings Counsel and Last Serjeant-at-Law Only Barrister Who Could Be Obtained to Defend Sir Roger Casement 1916

From James S. Donnelly, Junior, Big House Burnings, Co. Cork.

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/15b7e169f8306ae8?projector=1

Though their initial plan for a full-scale assault against the Rosscarbery police barracks was derailed, members of the West Cork Brigade mounted another and this time successful effort at the end ofMarch 1921. Bombs and fire destroyed the ground-floor rooms of the barracks before its defenders surrendered with heavy casualties two dead and nine more wounded. Adjacent to the barracks, and almost in the centre of the town, stood that venerable and Protestant institution called “The College” (figure 3), which was directed byMrs. Zoe Louise Becher, wife of the Rev. Harry Becher, the Anglican rector of Rosscarbery.1 Reputedly the lineal successor of a famous school established in the sixth century by Saint Fachtna, foundress of the diocese of Ross, the college had served “for a long time past”as a Protestant academy, and in 1921 it had perhaps forty students from well-to-do families. After the Rosscarbery RIC barracks had been blown apart, rumours spread that the crown forces were about to occupy the college; the IRA promptly intervened and burned it down on 2 April. About a week later, the Volunteers pressed their advantage, returned to Rosscarbery, and torched Derry House purchased two years earlier by the prominent barrister Alexander Sullivan.   As His Majesty’s first serjeant-at-law for the British administration in Ireland, Sullivan was highly unpopular. In fact, he had been the target of an attempted assassination in January 1920 while working as a crown prosecutor in County Kerry.  He was widely known for his denunciations of both the Sinn Féin party and republican violence. The destruction of Sullivan’s mansion removed one of the few remaining Big Houses in or very near the town was potential accommodation for police or soldiers.

The College is mentioned in the 1840s letters of Dealy, (Daly) Bantry shipowner and timber merchant, trade is bad and only for a loan from friends could he afford to send his boys to the college.

Private. I wrote you some disponding letters in April last. at that time I was hard pressed to meet some bills – and I was preparing to remove my boys from Rosscarbery School (Diocesan Secondary School) which would have been a severe blow to your aunt. but thank Providence I met more kind and good friends and if I can rub over another season I am in hopes that I will not owe any a man a shilling particularly if I can effect good sales & to encourage which I am offering goods on low terms. The fisheries have nearly failed here as yet this season & I hold a large stock of salt __ has improved the English market & I am a considerable holder.

https://durrushistory.com/2013/04/08/letter-william-j-dealy-shipowner-bantry-co-cork-re-trade-fishing-business-to-his-son-in-canada-1840-and-the-dealy-brig/

….

Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 09.33.04

 

Past Pupil:

William Wood Wolfe (1871-1960), Magistrate, , 1905, The Bridge, Skibbereen, eldest surviving son of William John (1836-1894), farmed 500 acres shopkeeper, ed St. Faughnans, Rosscarbery, Methodist, agnostic in 1911 census later became Catholic, brother of Jasper Wolfe Crown His mother described his wife, a Catholic as a ‘low wretched barmaid  Skibbereen UDC, only Non-Catholic to chair UDC in 1910, listed 1913 at Snugville, Skibbereen, listed 1921.  Received IRA threats to withdraw just before Truce in July 1921.

….

Sergeant Sullivan’s mother was Donovan perhaps linked to the area his father was from Bantry.

…..

Screen Shot 2017-04-19 at 09.33.26

 

1837. House of Lords The Right Honourable The Earl of Bandon v Henry Becher, Lands in 1737 Mortgage Killeenleagh, Lassanaroe, Cappamore, Cahergall (Kilcrohane), Marriage Settlement 1740 Including Ardenant (Schull), Balteenoughtra, Ballyourane (Caheragh), Barnitonicane (Ballydehob), Caherolickenny, Mauldenny, Derrynalamane (Ballydhob), Dunkelly (Crookhaven), Keelbronhoe (Ballydehob), Lassanaroe, Rathcool, Ratourah (Schull), Letterscanlan. Families Mentioned, Alleyn, Becher, Hedges, Townsend, Wright, Evans, O’Donovan, Hungerford.


https://www.google.ie/maps/@51.6090911,-9.3729205,11.19z

1837.  House of Lords The Right Honourable The Earl of Bandon v Henry Becher, Lands in 1737 Mortgage Killeenleagh, Lassanaroe, Cappamore, Cahergall (Kilcrohane), Marriage Settlement 1740 Including Ardenant (Schull), Balteenoughtra, Ballyourane (Caheragh), Barnitonicane (Ballydehob), Caherolickenny, Mauldenny, Derrynalamane (Ballydhob), Dunkelly (Crookhaven), Keelbronhoe (Ballydehob), Lassanaroe, Rathcool, Ratourah (Schull), Letterscanlan. Families Mentioned, Alleyn, Becher, Hedges, Townsend, Wright, Evans, O’Donovan, Hungerford.

The case recites the tortious history of various land transfers in the 18th and 19th centuries.  Many of the townlands former part of the Western Bandon estate that by 1910 was vested in the tenants.  Many of the tenants details are in the Cork Archives, Bandon Estate papers.

https://books.google.ie/books?id=51YDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA487&lpg=PA487&dq=wright+attorney+bandon&source=bl&ots=7ofpSoXzdf&sig=ok6GdnB0iGoz1lSQOBG061P-2jQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj04OyMoKvTAhVPaVAKHVjDBsIQ6AEITTAF#v=onepage&q=wright%20attorney%20bandon&f=false

1852. Marriage Baron Carbery and Harriet Shuldham (Dunmanway). Deed of Settlement made between George Evans, 7th Baron Carbery, Castle Freke, Co. Cork, and Harriet Maria Catherine, Baroness Carbery (his wife) in the 1st part, Edmund William Shuldham (her father and Lieutenant General in the East India Company’s service), Dunmanway, Co. Cork, in the 2nd part, and Fenton John Evans Freke (Captain in her Majesty’s Second Regiment of Life Guards), William John Freke (Solicitor), city of Dublin, and Edmund Anderson Shuldham, Dunmanway, Co. Cork, in the 3rd part, listing the trusts and agreements involved in the marriage between Baron Carbery and Harriet Shuldham in August 1852.


Boole Library, UCC:

http://booleweb.ucc.ie/index.php?pageID=338

4 Nov 1852

Deed of Settlement made between George Evans, 7th Baron Carbery, Castle Freke, Co. Cork, and Harriet Maria Catherine, Baroness Carbery (his wife) in the 1st part, Edmund William Shuldham (her father and Lieutenant General in the East India Company’s service), Dunmanway, Co. Cork, in the 2nd part, and Fenton John Evans Freke (Captain in her Majesty’s Second Regiment of Life Guards), William John Freke (Solicitor), city of Dublin, and Edmund Anderson Shuldham, Dunmanway, Co. Cork, in the 3rd part, listing the trusts and agreements involved in the marriage between Baron Carbery and Harriet Shuldham in August 1852. A later declaration by Baron Carbery and his wife releases Fenton John Evans Freke as one of the Trustees of the settlement. Signed and sealed by only the Baron and Baroness Carbery. A declaration on the reverse of the settlement notes that George Evans, Lord Baron Carbery is “…Deaf and Dum, but being capable of reading”.

https://durrushistory.com/2015/12/28/lifting-the-bonnet-the-mccarthy-blood-in-the-shouldhams-of-coolkelure-dunmanway-and-lord-carbery-of-castlefreke-other-west-cork-landlord-families-lineage/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/08/24/midsummer-athletic-sports-coolkellure-dunmanway-west-cork-1877-under-the-patronage-of-colonel-shouldham-including-throwing-a-weight-throwing-cricket-ball/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/01/19/coolkellure-house-1865-for-colonel-shuldham-dunmanway-west-cork/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/12/17/1832-lord-john-carbery-evans-freke-6th-baron-carbery-1765-1845-1821-castle-freke-rosscarbery-pamphlet-urging-reform-of-cork-grand-jury-places-mentioned-parishes-of-kilmeen-kilmacabea-ross/

1746. Sample Marriage Licence Bond.


1746. Sample Marriage Licence Bond.

..
Members of the Church of Ireland could get married by having Banns read three weeks in a row in Church or by applying for a Marriage Licence Bond. It is likely that this was the favoured route for the more prosperous.

Unfortunately most were destroyed in Dublin in 1922.

The Licences were administered by the Church of Ireland Consistory Courts. Some details of the Cork Court are included here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FWBV3gRAeVpYqD5Nlq9j4by9xQGww9Y141pT1mZshpA/edit


..

Frank Croston 1852-1921, Probably born Reenaccapall. Parish of Kilcrohane, West Cork, Major Real Estate Developer of High Quality Commercial and Residential Property, Rochester, New York, Republican Party Activist. Varian Brush Making Family Possible Origin, Rooska, Bantry.


https://www.google.ie/maps/@51.5918522,-9.6544772,16z

The Crostons in Durrus are generally weavers or labourers.  There are references to family member sin 19th century census reproduced in the Cole Family History unfortunately the records were destroyed in the Public Record Office in 1922 but the Cole history has survived.Some who emigrated to the USA in the 19th century did not fare well.

Frank Croston’s family probably moved around. His father’s house in the Griffith Valuation is very low insistent with a cottage but with no garden, the Landlord Daniel Burke, Senior, he in turn a tenant of John B.Gumbleton.  This is consistent with the patters of weavers and labourers staying within an area but moving.

 

Screen Shot 2017-04-14 at 09.43.06

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/03/25/spinning-and-weaving-john-and-isaac-johnson-and-john-croston-weavers-of-old-from-1938-school-folklore-collection-carrigboy-national-school-durrus-west-cork-from-breda-mccarthy-coolcuaghta/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/04/08/records-of-south-west-cork-families-such-as-dalys-haggertys-swanton-jagoe-lannin-levis-dukelow-beamish-harrington-mahony-mccarthy-stout-kingston-raycroft-jennings-skuce-in-registers-of-2/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/11/26/some-west-cork-emigration-to-rochester-new-york-ontario-canada-bradford-and-haverill-mass-wisconsin-minnesota-some-families-mentioned-king-gallagher-attridge-croston-kingston-levis-swanto/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/03/11/the-progress-of-the-attridge-family-from-lisheenacreaagh-lisin-na-creiche-little-fort-of-the-cattle-spoil-ballydehob-west-cork-to-rochester-new-york-united-states-and-waterdown-east-flanboro/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/02/19/some-birth-marriage-and-death-records-from-1592-of-church-of-ireland-methodist-quaker-and-old-catholic-families-skibbereen-district-west-cork-and-rochester-new-york/

Courtesy Heather Croston, USA:

His parents were Francis Croston and Avisa Levis.   They arrived in New York 22 June 1858.   Their daughter Ann was born in 1844 Schull on the same plot of land where my family lived. In the record it says “of Durrus Parish”.  On the passenger list her name is Ann Ducloe (Dukelow) . I don’t have a record of her marriage, or know who her husband was. (this is new info for me)   They settled in Mt. Morris, Livingston, NY (south of Rochester)  When Francis “Frank” was 18 he moved to Rochester. 2 years later his parents had passed away and left the children with land in Mt. Morris. I believe this is how he started his career in real estate.
I suspect his father was the Francis Croston on the 1850 Griffiths Valuation of Kilcrohane, Reenacuppul. This is not far from Moulamill. The low valuation would be consistent with a weaver’s cottage:
32504_Cork_12-B10a
In the History of Rochester it says that his family was English and he was born in New York, But all early records show this is not true. He seems to have led people to believe this later in his life, maybe because at the time Irish were discriminated against. Many US born felt that the Irish immigrants were taking jobs from them. The other reason may be that the family identified as English even though they were born in Ireland. I’m not sure.
The invention of a spurious genealogy is relatively common witness the Whites (Lord Bantry).  This is something Bantry antiquarian Paddy O’Keeffe researched and determined it was bogus.
Also the description of the family in Lancashire is very embellished. The town was not thought to be named after the family but the other way around. Also the story about the coat of arms: I’ve found no evidence that it’s true. So don’t take any of that as fact.
In the Croston Parish records I have seen some names that are also found in West Cork: Wilkinson, something similar to Roycroft etc.. and have wondered if other Lancashire families went to Cork at the same time. Perhaps settled on the same land. I haven’t really had time to research England yet, outside of the Irish lines that immigrated there. That will be next if I can make a DNA connection.
There were many Croston- Sullivan/ McCarthy/ Driscoll marriages, mostly in Skibbereen, but some in Durrus.
Emigration Manifest:

Passenger List pg1

passenger list pg 2

Father’s Will,  He is illiterate:

Screen Shot 2017-04-13 at 20.41.22

Screen Shot 2017-04-13 at 20.41.32

Census Rochester 1870, note also Baker family probably from Rossmore, Durrus, one of the Bakes was the head of the ’99 Cousin Clan’ (families such as Dukelow, Attridge, Gosnell, Baker, Gallagher, Skuce, Shannon) from Durrus/Schull who ran Rochester City Council through the Republican Party for many years in the 19th century:
1870 Census Rochester
When Frank moved to Rochester from Mt. Morris he boarded with Richard Varian. He was a broom maker for a few years with his brother William. When Frank started working in real estate William took over the business.  Frank was also involved with helping to liquidate a hardware store’s inventory after the owner died.

….

When Frank as boarding in Rochester it was with Richard Varian listed as a labourer. It may be a coincidence but Frank and his brother William were in the brush making business.  The Varian brush business started in Cork then Dublin.  online genealogical forums suggest the family may have originated in Rooska. In the 18th century the Varians there were prosperous ‘yeomen’ farmers, intermarried with Fergusons and Roycrofts of Durrus. They appear in the Bantry House leases and in various deeds.

In 1848 Isaac Varian in Cork is listed a a member of the Council of the Irish Confederation of Young Irelanders a reforming political association, perhaps a vague connection of local political consciousness in the West Cork area as in 99 cousins in Rochester:

Screen Shot 2017-04-17 at 09.50.56

Croston_Frank_Democrat_and_Chonicle_2_Sept_1896

Croston__Frank_Democrat_and_Chroncicle_27_May_1879

Frank Croston pt 1

Frank Croston pt 2

….

…..

1763. Magazine of Magazines [Limerick] April 1763 “At Corke, Daniel O’Donovan (The O’Donovan) of Banlahan (Myross, Skibbereen) to Miss Jane Beecher”


1763. Magazine of Magazines [Limerick] April 1763  “At Corke, Daniel O’Donovan (The O’Donovan) of Banlahan (Myross, Skibbereen) to Miss Jane Beecher”

He was in his 60s a widower, she either 15 or 16.

It is a curiosity that whole some branches of the O’Donovans converted to the Church of Ireland most of those seem to retain an extraordinary interest in historical, genealogical matters.  This is evidenced by membership of learned societies, retaining ancient manuscripts and correspondence with antiquarians such as Dr. John O’Donovan.   In the case of one family member  who became in the 19th century a prominent Methodist Minister in Dublin and England he always called his houses after townlands in his homeplace.

 

https://durrushistory.com/2017/02/07/marriage-elizabeth-tonson-to-colonel-daniel-odonovan-bawnlahan-myross-west-cork-mp-for-baltimore-chieftain-ancient-sept-of-the-odonovans/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/26/death-of-general-odonovan-bawnlahan-skibbereen-west-cork-1829-the-late-much-regretted-general-odonovan-was-one-of-the-very-few-proprietors-of-this-county-of-the-aborigi-2/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/26/lt-col-richard-odonovan-of-bawnlahan-skibbereen-west-cork-son-of-daniel-odonovan-the-odonovan-of-clancahill-and-jane-beecher-1768-major-in-6th-dragoons-19-december-1799-lieuten-2/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/26/1639-ode-in-old-irish-translated-to-daniel-odonovan-superintendent-of-the-west-of-munster-illustrious-chieftain-of-the-corenian-blood-from-the-papers-of-lieutenant-general-richard-odonovan-2/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/06/29/survey-15th-march-1727-of-odonovan-estate-bawnlahan-parish-of-myross-west-cork-coolagon-bawnlahan-coolblaw-cuppogh-2-ploughlands-4-sub-denominations-brade-castle-jane-ffooldoragh-noted-2/

1677. Lease from Helen, Elizabeth, Countesses Clancarthy, Donogh McCarthy Earl of Clancarthy to Keadagh O’Leary Probably Ancestor to Art Ó Laoighre, The Outlaw, Claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures, Probate by Cork Consistory Court.


1677. Lease from Helen, Elizabeth, Donogh McCarthy to Keadagh O’Leary ProbablyAncestor to Art Ó Laoighre, The Outlaw, Claim  before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures

Th Trustees sat at Chichester House in Dublin.  The building was demolished to make way for the Irish Parliament now Bank of Ireland, College Green.

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/02/27/17th-century-cromwellian-confiscations-in-the-barony-of-muskery-co-cork-with-some-mccarthy-genealogies-1600-olearys-at-iveleary-inchigeela-holding-30-ploughlands-and-their-cork-catholic-lantry/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/08/02/1805-admission-to-grays-inns-of-cornelius-oleary-aged-36-raleigh-macroom-co-cork-probably-son-of-art-oleary-art-o-laoighre-judicially-murdered/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2014/11/23/art-oleary-art-o-laoighre-antecedents-and-descendants/

 

Courtesy Nick Reddin:

 

http://irishdeedsindex.net/mem.php?memorial=5630

 

Type of deed Date of current deed 30 Oct 1713 Vol Page Memorial
Assignment + mortgage Date of earlier deed 20 Oct 1677 13 219 5630
No Role(s) in earlier deed(s) Role in current deed(s) Family name Forename Place Occ or title A
A P1 LEARY Keadagh of Tiergiogh, Co Cork
B P1 LEARY Dermod of Carrignacorry, Co Cork
C P1 LEARY Cornelius of Carrignacorry, Co Cork
D P2 MASSEY Humphrey of Macrompe, Co Cork
E P1 MACCARTY Helen of Countess of Clancarty
F P1 MACCARTY Elizabeth of Countess of Clancarty
G P1 MACCARTY Donogh of Earl of Clancarty
H P2 LEARY Teige of deceased
I LEARY Cornelius of eldest son of F
J O’HEA James of
K WARNER Thomas of
L LEARY Cornelius of Carrignacorra COR
M MCCARTHY Florence of Macrompe COR yeomen
N JONES Nathaniel of Macrompe COR yeomen
O LEARY Cornelius of Firgoa COR
P MURPHY Michael of Youghall, Co Cork
Q STANTON John of
Abstract Comment for person [A] :By lease dated 20 Oct 1677, E, F + G let to H, 2 plowlands, By Muskery, Co Cork, for 99 years, £24 pa. F died about 1685 & I, obtained the property by admon from the Consistory Court of Cork. He made his will Oct 1699 & left the property to C + B, with A
Person [B] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
Person [C] :it was said that A was owed £127:1s:11d, & B +C raising mortgage with D for £62:10s + £127:1s:11d + interest. Sworn 17 Dec 1713,
Person [E] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
Person [F] :it was said that A was owed £127:1s:11d, & B +C raising mortgage with D for £62:10s + £127:1s:11d + interest. Sworn 17 Dec 1713,
Person [H] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
Person [I] :it was said that A was owed £127:1s:11d, & B +C raising mortgage with D for £62:10s + £127:1s:11d + interest. Sworn 17 Dec 1713,
Person [K] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
Person [L] :it was said that A was owed £127:1s:11d, & B +C raising mortgage with D for £62:10s + £127:1s:11d + interest. Sworn 17 Dec 1713,
Person [N] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
Person [O] :it was said that A was owed £127:1s:11d, & B +C raising mortgage with D for £62:10s + £127:1s:11d + interest. Sworn 17 Dec 1713,
Person [Q] :and others exors & guardians of the children during their minority. B, C & the other children of I, by their guardian, submitted their claim before the Trustees of Irish Forfeitures for the said lease. By an award dated 30 Jul 1713 made by J + K
MS Date registered 17 Nov 1714 Date abstract added 20070401

….