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1859. Landed Estates Court Sale of Estate (567 acres) of Thomas Hungerford at Inchafune (Keelnareliga, Gutteeetown,The Commons, Monanearig Bog), East Carbery, 3 Miles East Dunmanway, West Cork, Maps, Among Names, Bryan, Butler, Carroll, Crowley, Cullinan, Donegan, Driscoll, Dullet, Gillman, Holmes, Jagoe, O’Callaghan, McCarthy, Dr. Morrison, Murphy, Santry, Swanton. Possible connection between Judge Robert Swanton, New York and Cork Dunscomb family.

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https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Inchafune,+Co.+Cork/@51.7017328,-9.0696352,14z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x4844ffc5372a9713:0x7361980699f9d56a!8m2!3d51.7017295!4d-9.0521204 1859. Landed Estates Court Sale of Estate (567 acres) of Thomas Hungerford at Inchafune (Keelnareliga,…

1847. Listed Voters of Kinsale.


1847. Listed Voters of Kinsale.

 

 

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http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/12215/page/293160

 

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https://durrushistory.com/2018/04/06/records-of-catholic-population-kinsale-at-carmelite-friary-1843-1874/

https://durrushistory.com/2018/04/04/1688-jurors-inquisition-ballinspittle-kinsale-initiated-by-mary-de-courcy-lady-kinsale-widow-of-patrick-to-recover-dower-jurors-john-cloghlan-couglan-john-how-thomas-dodgin-armi/

https://durrushistory.com/2018/03/26/from-1594-presentments-corporation-records-deeds-of-kinsale-naming-inhabitants-and-addresses/

https://durrushistory.com/2017/11/07/1795-1824-electorate-of-co-cork-freemen-40-shillings-20-50-householders-rentchargers-bandon-bridge-kinsale-manor-of-mallow/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2017/03/22/loss-of-window-tax-returns-and-irish-tax-revenue-1818-8-applications-to-reopen-closed-hearts-on-advice-of-physicians-for-those-with-fever/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/11/1749-opening-of-kinsale-charter-school-by-the-incorporated-society-in-dublin-for-promoting-english-protestant-schools-20-boys-admitted-making-nets-corporation-and-local-subscriptions-of-78-a-year/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/05/25/1859-military-enquiry-into-activities-of-co-antrim-militia-into-alleged-orange-riots-pre-12th-july-at-kinsale-co-cork-1077-panes-of-glass-broken-houses-of-20-protestants-and-700-catholics-at/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/05/12/creation-of-baron-of-kinsale-co-cork-originally-by-tenure-by-writ-of-summons-and-by-patent-in-1397-20th-richard-2nd/

 

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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


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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…

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1890, Return of Rents fixed by Irish Land Commission on some West Cork Estates (Bantry, Dunmanway, Kealkil, Kilcrohane, Whiddy, Schull),  Lord Bandon, Barrett, Bird, Clinton, Kenmare, Swanton, Lord Bantry, Shouldham, Hull, Becher, Tobin, O’Sullivan, Tenants, Townlands.


1890, Return of Rents fixed by Irish Land Commission on some West Cork Estates (Bantry, Dunmanway, Kealkil, Kilcrohane, Whiddy, Schull),  Lord Bandon, Barrett, Bird, Clinton, Kenmare, Swanton, Lord Bantry, Shouldham, Hull, Becher, Tobin, O’Sullivan, Tenants, Townlands.

 

These records are stored in a warehouse in Portlaoise no public access.

 

http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/18651/page/498880, p. 34, 66, 82.

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1884, P. 30.

 

http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/17479/page/468832

 

Wonder if this is Thomas Gosnell?

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P. 122, 1887.

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Genealogy Cork Cotters, Norway, Hebridees, Cork.


Genealogy Cork Cotters, Norway, Hebridees, Cork.

Courtesy Journal of Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 1908, 1937

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https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/18/oilean-sea-cleire-memories-of-traigh-chiarain-a-cape-clear-sailorman-lamentation-for-my-mother-the-fastnet-the-dance-danta-de-pat-the-poet-cotter-john-k-cotter-as-an-logainmniocht-in-oile-2/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/17/the-cotters-of-inchigeela-co-cork-2/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/19/thomas-young-cotter-1805-1882-bantry-born-first-colonial-surgeon-1835-south-australia-related-to-bantry-young-family-fish-merchants/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/04/26090/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/03/17/recollections-of-colonel-george-cotter-at-lake-erie-canada-of-fighting-at-the-battle-of-waterloo-joined-69th-regiment-in-1804-given-freedom-of-cork-1818-son-of-rev-george-cotter-castlemartyr-g/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/04/02/1807-failure-of-cork-bank-cotter-and-kellets-with-liabilities-of-42o000/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/03/04/1866-death-of-appirator-dick-neal-1799-1866-and-bellows-blower-for-54-years-to-cathedral-of-st-finbarrs-cork-remembered-the-graves-of-the-young-man-who-fell-from-the-old-steeple-putting-up-th/

 

 

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Rev. Paul Limrick legal Action c 1725 re Glebe of Crookhaven, In the court case concerning the glebe in Crookhaven, Paul wrote “Crookhaven is eight miles of barbarous road from Skull, and in winter, though I take horse before day, I can scarce reach Crookhaven by 12 o’clock. I am obliged immediately, without refreshing myself, to take horse and ride in the night to get home, for there is not in the whole parish a bed a man can lie on, or a morsel to be eaten…” People mentioned: Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, ordained in Cork 1618, fled to England in Rising 1641 and died there, Thadeus Coghlan son to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan husband to Sarah, Richard Coghlan, Mrs. Sarah Coghlan, 80, married to Thadeus son to Rev. Demetrius, Mary Coghlan granddaughter by her mother to Mary Coghlan alias Spain whose grandfather was the proprietor of 8 Gneeves at Crookhaven, Donagh McWilliam Coghlan, Proctor to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan. Jeremy/Jeremiah Coghlan, great grandson to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, probably Attorney, Seneschal of Dungarvan Manager with Andrew Crotty of Devonshire Estate Waterford, married Miss Evanson Durrus. Brigid Limrick daughter of Rev. Paul married Benjamin Sullivan, self styled Ó Sullivan Mór, Attorney Cork and Clerk of Crown Cork and Waterford mother of Sir Benjamin Sullivan, Judge of Supreme Court, Madras, India, Colonel Henry Becher grandfather of Henry Becher built a fish palace c 1650 east of Crookhaven Church in opposition to Richard Hull. Darby Mahony 62, son of Teige Mahony, agent, driver to Sir Richard Hull, Gibson moved to a farm on favourable terms by Hull suggestion he was illegitimate son (that it was a pig of his own sow), John Cullane, Mason c 1650.


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Rev.Paul Limrick legal Action c 1725 re Glebe of Crookhaven,

In the court case concerning the glebe in Crookhaven, Paul wrote “Crookhaven is eight miles of barbarous road from Skull, and in winter, though I take horse before day, I can scarce reach Crookhaven by 12 o’clock. I am obliged immediately, without refreshing myself, to take horse and ride in the night to get home, for there is not in the whole parish a bed a man can lie on, or a morsel to be eaten…”

Later road built:

https://durrushistory.com/2015/06/29/griffith/

People mentioned: Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, ordained in Cork 1618, fled to England in Rising 1641 and died there, Thadeus Coghlan son to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan husband to Sarah, Richard Coghlan, Mrs. Sarah Coghlan, 80, married to Thadeus son to Rev. Demetrius, Mary Coghlan granddaughter by her mother to Mary Coghlan alias Spain whose grandfather was the proprietor of 8…

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Report of James O’Sullivan, Berehaven on French Invasion, Bantry Bay, 2nd January 1797.


July 1865, Opening of Bantry Methodist Church, Co. Cork, by James Hutchinson Swanton, Esq., (O’Sullivan Descendant) J.P., Rineen Mills. The Church is a building of considerable architectural merit and is used as a medical centre.


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Swanton was a member of a family involved in milling, mining, business one of the partners was McNamara. After many of the local estates were sold off in the 1850s by the Landed estates Court the Swantons bought a considerable amount of land, later to be bought by the Land Commission and title give to tenants c 1905. The Swantons retired to Dublin to Carrisbrook House, Ballsbridge.

James Hutchinson Swanton, 1815 – 1891, son of William Swanton, Ballydehob and Hanna Hutchinson, Clonee, Durrus.  Her father, Hugh Hutchinson, landlord and Margaret O’Sullivan, Ballagahadown between Caheragh and Drimoleague. She is probably sister to Eugene O’Sullivan, Gent, middleman on a number of estates including Dunmanway Shouldham Estate.  He is a church warden, Drimoleague c 1790. The Hutchinson major property owners in Bantry since at least mid 17th century. Not to be confused with Bantry Hutchins family. Slowly lands including Blackrock House now…

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