Tim O'Riordan: An Piobáire Bán (Blind Peter Hegarty aged 44) Come and Hear me every Sunday Morning at the Cross of Colomane known from Bantry, Dunmanus Bay to Baltimore, in every Boreen, Shebeen, Frances O'Neill


Tim O’Riordan: An Piobáire Bán (Blind Peter Hegarty aged 44) Come and Hear me every Sunday Morning at the Cross of Colomane known from Bantry, Dunmanus Bay to Baltimore, in every Boreen, Shebeen, Frances O’Neill

From Tim O’Riordan’s album

The saem townland has another Spillane recorded by Christy Moore, Gortataggart.

Descendants of James McGiverin, (McGovern) and Pattison Dunmanway, Return to Dunmanway 1871, names include Hungerford Roche, Glandore Castle. New Brunswick, New zealand Return to Dunmanway 1871. Meeting Judge Robert Swanton and Mrs, Sullivan, New York, Hibernia Freemason Lodge, New Brunswick, Rev. William Meade Dunmanway


Descendants of James McGiverin, (McGovern) and Pattison Dunmanway, Return to Dunmanway 1871, names include Hungerford Roche, Glandore Castle. New Brunswick, New zealand Return to Dunmanway 1871. Meeting Judge Robert Swanton and Mrs, Sullivan, New York, Hibernia Freemason Lodge, New Brunswick, Rev. William Meade Dunmanway.

McGiverns a Protestant variation of McGovern common in West Cavan, Leitrim, Fermanagh

McGiverns and pattersons pat of an influx of norther artiscasn introduce to Dumnawy by Sirl Richard Cox to promote lined/flax in Dunmanway with considerble sussess

The famiies adn other appear in numeous deed sfo bleach yards, mills adn lnds in Dunmanwy post 1770:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1u0vIz1nxG34pJua7qC7jtTCKWLjwVY81jSl0usPdojk/edit

https://photos.app.goo.gl/rifWN5LUo7rpipNp8

Late 17th Century Observations on Irish Agriculture by Sir William Petty, Founder Lansdowne Estate, Beara, Kerry


Late 17th Century Observations on Irish Agriculture by Sir William Petty, Founder Lansdowne Estate, Beara, Kerry

Courtesy Antoin Murphy’s excellent 1986 biography of Richard Cantillon, Irish Economist, Banker in France:

https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/durrushistory.com/5636

https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/durrushistory.com/30228

Sir William Petty:

https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/durrushistory.com/3543

Richard Becher Hungerford (1801-1894). Probate £52 to Winspeare Hungerford, Cork, Estates at Ballyrizard, Goleen, Island in Dunmanus Bay, Cremona violin, picture of John O’Donovan, brother of General O’Donovan and their mother, to be given to their relative ‘The O’Donovan’, Lissard, other pictures and books to his daughter Frances Sweetnam, Lemcon, Schull. Hungerford Magistrates. Winispeares, Shipwrights, Bantry and Durrus, 17th century.


Richard Becher Hungerford (1801-1894). Probate £52 to Winspeare Hungerford, Cork, Estates at Ballyrizard, Goleen, Island in Dunmanus Bay, Cremona violin, picture of John O’Donovan, brother of General O’Donovan and their mother, to be given to their relative ‘The O’Donovan’, Lissard, other pictures and books to his daughter Frances Sweetnam, Lemcon, Schull. Hungerford Magistrates. Winispeares, Shipwrights, Bantry and Durrus, 17th century.

Will

http://census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/wr/007604244_00412.pdf

The Winispeares appear in the Bantry area as mariners adn shipwrights from the mid 17th century. One time around 1730 living in Rossmore, Durrus possibly involved in pilchard industry. A Winspear Toye, merchant and contractor to the Grand Jury in Clonakilty 1820s. May be related to extended Attridge family.

Henry Jones Hungerford, TCD, 1856, Cahermore House, Rosscarbery, Resident, £454, 1870 return 3,532 acres.  Henry Jones Hungerford, the last effective owner and resident landlord of the Cahirmore Estate. He qualified as a Barrister and had little interest in the Estate. His income from rental was foolishly spent and on his death the Land Commission took it over.  Mary Boone Cowper Hungerford. Wife of Henry Jones Hungerford. (1870)..They had nine children most of whom emigrated.  At the time of its destruction in 1921 Cahermore was owned by a merchant named Regan, who had purchased the property from representatives of the Hungerford family “some years” after the death of Henry J. Hungerford, J.P.   Probably father 1863. We Hope We May Never See Carbery Without A Pack of Hounds. Dinner to Henry Jones Hungerford Esq., Cahermore, Rosscarbery, West Cork.   1861 executor, £13,000.  Thomas Hungerford Esq, TCD, Island House, Clonakilty

Launcelot Hungerford,  1865-1939    Resident Magistrate, Busselton, Western Australia.    Born Cahermore, Rosscarbery.  Doctor went to Australia. For two years he was district medical officer at Dongara, and was then transferred to Busselton, where, in addition to being a resident medical officer, he was also the resident magistrate. Cahermore, Rosscarbery, parents Henry Jones Hungerford, Mary Boon Cooper.  Died 2 February 1939; buried at the Karrakatta Cemetery in Perth, Western Australia, Anglican              

Richard Beecher Hungerford (1801-1894), probably son of, 1793 19 July Morning Herald “Married on Monday 8th Inst at St James, Bath, Richard Hungerford of the Island to Miss (Frances Eyre) Becher, dau of Richard Becher, Esq of Hollybrook, Co Cork”, Presentment sessions Ballydehob 1845, listed 1875-6, Ballyrisode House, Goleen. 1870 return 638 acres.  Daughter Frances married Matthew Sweetnam, Leamcon House, Schull, Magistrate. listed 1875,  Skibbereen, subscriber Dr. Daniel Donovan ‘History of Carbery, 1876.   Probate £52 to Winspeare Hungerford, Cork, Estates at Ballyrizard, Goleen, Island in Dunmanus Bay, Cremona violin, picture of John O’Donovan, brother of General O’Donovan and their mother, to be given to their relative ‘The O’Donovan’, Lissard, other pictures and books to his daughter Frances Sweetnam. 

Thomas Hungerford Esq., 1767, Union Hall.  Ancestor Captain Thomas Hungerford, of Farley, Somerset, settled in Cork where he was married in 1640. A Thomas Hungerford Senior was buried in Rosscarbery in 1710.  The Census of 1659 shows him as owner of Croaghna and Gortngrenane (Rathbarry area) with a population of 2 English and 13 Irish. He purchased considerable estates in the Rosscarbery area and on 28th October 1674 purchased Rathbarry Castle from Edward Williams. Died 1680-81, buried in Rosscarbery Cathedral where there is a monument to him. His son Richard left Rathbarry in 1691 and occupied the Island of Inchydoney, Clonakilty.   (Tuckey’s Cork Remembrancer) – AD 1772 – Feb. 24 – About three o clock this morning, the house of Thomas Hungerford, esquire, and the King’s stores at Glandore, were attacked by a great number of armed men, in order to rescue a cargo of tobacco; they were however beaten off by Mr. Hungerford, assisted by a party from the Thunderbolt cutter. Several of the persons who made the attack were wounded.  Shown 1788 as owner of adjoining lands estate map of Sir John Freke, Bart. 1809 subscriber of revised edition of Meredith Hanmer, Chronicles of Ireland.  1800 in a group including Hungerfords of The Island and Cahermore, William Allen of Ring, James Sadlier of Shannonvale, Rev. William Stewart, Wellfield signing Pre Union Manifesto.

Thomas Hungerford Esq, TCD, Island House, Clonakilty.  Thomas Hungerford (1789-1861). He established the present day estate of Cahirmore and married Alicia Jones, the daughter of a landed family from Glandore. 1817 Freemason Skibbereen. Thomas Hungerford, Cahirmore, County Cork, to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, 7 August 1823, enclosing petition of Hungerford, Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, referring to the distress of the peasantry in his district, and emphasising his belief in the benefits of establishing the linen trade on a permanent basis in the area. Requests a government loan of £3,000 to reclaim 300 acres of his own unimproved land for the cultivation of flax, and to establish a linen manufactory for weavers and spinners, 7 August 1823.  Cholera 1832. Lewis, 1837, Kilcoe:  Two manorial courts are held here monthly by the seneschals of the bishop of Ross and Thos. Hungerford Esq. respectively. In 1851 the Cahirmore estate covered the townlands of Cahirmore, Freehanes, Maulyregan, Maulantanavally and Gounbrack with total acreage of 2780 acres and a valuation of £962. Hungerford let the estate at a yearly rent of £4.0.0 an acre. This was usually increased depending on the quality of the land in some areas. Despite the huge income the estate was practically bankrupt by 1900. (c.1850)1822 local fishery committee.  Vice president Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828. County Freeman of Cork City voting in Cork City Election 1837. Listed 1835, 1838, 1842, 1843, sitting Rosscarbery, 1835. Gave evidence 1835 to enquiry to Poor Law Commission.  1861 Supporting Alexander O’Driscoll, J.P. suspended, Bandon 1841. Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Attended 18, Grand Jury Presentments. 1861 probate to Henry Jones Hungerford, Millfield, £13,000.

Thomas Hungerford, pre 1831, voted 1850 for William Hungerford as High Constable for Ibane and Ballyroe (Clonakilty).  

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Portrait of Alicia Jone Hungerford (c.1814) Present not certain which Thomas at enquiry Skibbereen 1823 into enquiry into fatal affray at Castlehaven caused by Rev. Morritt’s tithe extraction. Cork Summer Assizes 1828.  Involved in attempts to amicably resolve tithes 1838.  Attending Protestant Conservative Society meeting 1832.   Protestant protest meeting Cork 1834.  Subscriber as The Island Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Freedom of Cork 1830 described as radical and a very great one  in politics. County Freeman of Cork City voting in Cork City Election 1837. Attended 11, Grand Jury Presentments

1879, Will of Rev. Daniel O’Connell, Parish Priest, Kilmoe (Goleen), £1,037 in Munster Bank, Bantry and Bank of Ireland Cork. 8 Shares Union Bank of Australia, 6 Shares London and Westminster Bank, 5 Egyptian Bonds/Preference Shares, 10 Preference Shares Eastern Telegraph Company, £100 in Notes and Gold, £200 for the Poor of Kilmoe and West Schull.


1879, will of Rev. Daniel O’Connell, Parish Priest, Kilmoe (Goleen), £1,037 in Munster Bank, Bantry and Bank of Ireland Cork. 8 Shares Union Bank of Australia, 6 Shares London and Westminster Bank, 5 Egyptian Bonds/Preference Shares, 10 Preference Shares Eastern Telegraph Company, £100 in Notes and Gold, £200 for the Poor of Kilmoe and West Schull.

Will of Father O’Connell

http://census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/wr/007604249_00232.pdf

The general picture of 19th century Ireland is one wracked by poverty. This is true but there was also a significant middle class. This is reflected in the copies of wills which have survived. The estates show a degree of sophisticated financial knowledge which at first sight is surprising. A sample:

Banks/Insurance:

1888, John Acton, merchant, Bantry.   Money in books of Munster and Leinster Bank.

1872, Adderley (Arthur George) Bernard, Phale House near Dunmanway, Estate £1,700.  Money in Munster Bank, £300 on his life with Standard Life insurance Company.

1890, Elizabeth Connell, (her mark), widow, Knockraha, Aughadown.   Estate £336.  Money Munster and Leinster Bank.

1887, John Copithorne, Gentleman, Cork to be buried in Aughadown.  Estate £1,518. Two insurance policies for £500 with Star Life

1860, John Brien Corkery, Gentleman, Bantry.  Estate £200. Policy of assurance on life of Skibbereen Post Master John Rowan assigned to him, insurance on own life with Royal Exchange Insurance Office.

1873, Thomas Fitzgibbon, Castle Salem, Rosscarbery, Licentiate of Kings and Queens College of Physicians.  Estate £600. Purchased estates from Encumbered Estates Court, stocks, bonds.

1861, Joseph Helen, pawnbroker, Cork, Bantry connections.  Interest in life assurance policy 1840 taken out by John Bird, Bantry in the lives of Robert Young, Samuel Young, John Young for £700 with the North British Insurance Company.

1880, Samuel Jagoe, famer, Drimoleague. Estate £200.  Insurance policy £100 Star Assurance.

1870, John Francis O’Connor, Gentleman, Bantry. Estate £600. £500 held in trust for him by Colonel Aldworth (brother-in law of Lord Bandon), at  Munster Bank Bantry. 

1887, Father Patrick O’Flynn, Parish Priest Durrus Kilcrohane.  Shares in Cork gas company.

1859, William O’Sullivan, Esq., Landlord, Carriganass Castle, Bantry. Insurance policy for £2,000, money vested in Government stocks and funds, all debts due to him by mortgage, judgements, bonds, promissory notes, bill of exchange.

1892, Ellen Levis, widow, Clonakilty. Estate £490.  Money in Monarch Building Society, Dublin.

1861, Philip Somerville, The Prairie, Schull. Estate £4,000.  Annuity of £50 per annum for wife charges on lands at North Liscaha and store at Schull. Commission purchased for son William Cameron Somerville for £600.

Very Rev. Daniel O’Connell, PP

Deceased

Parish Of Birth

Unspecified

Colleges Attended

St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth Co Kildare, Ireland

Details Of Ordination

St. Patrick’s College Chapel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare

17/6/1848

Appointments

Goleen PP : 1873 – 17/10/1879

Enniskeane CC : 1871 – 1873

Murragh and Templemartin CC : 1870 – 1871

Innishannon CC : 12/1857 – 1870

Carrigaline CC : 1853 – 12/1857

Drimoleague CC : 1851 – 1853

Goleen CC : 1849 – 1851

Date Of Death

17/10/1879

Place Of Burial

Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, & St. Patrick’s Grounds, Goleen, Co. Cork

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1877 Will of Emily Evanson widow of Charles, Father in Law, Charles Evanson, Born Durrus, Lord Mayor of Cork, Recites Trust of 1843, £1,846 secured on the Estate of The Earl of Bandon, £900 Bond of Francis Bennett, Clonakilty, £200 secured on the Property of William Sullivan, Knocduff, Dunmanway, £2,680, New Government Stock 3%, £700 Government Stock 3% in her Own Name, Various Cork Properties.


An example of the wills scheduling assets pre famine. All these were destroyed in 1922 but for Landed families there are probably certified copies among the 8.5 million former Land Commission documents stored in a warehouse in Portlaoise.

Durrus Evansons:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1c550F3fK7ZT0qUzH4DjP4I87TPHU5-yK-l4D-_cH-E4/edit

1877 Will of Emily Evanson widow of Charles, Father in Law, Charles Evanson, Born Durrus, Lord Mayor of Cork, Recites Trust of 1843, £1,846 secured on the Estate of The Earl of Bandon, £900 Bond of Francis Bennett, Clonakilty, £200 secured on the Property of William Sullivan, Knocduff, Dunmanway, £2,680, New Government Stock 3%, £700 Government Stock 3% in her Own Name, Various Cork Properties.

http://census.nationalarchives.ie/search/wr/details.jsp?id=IRE/ORIG/WILL/REG/16075/2

Re Lord Bandon thee ws acloe relationship between the Bernards and Evansons. When the Evanson got into financial trouble around 1710 the Durrus estate was sold to Francis Bernard of Bandon who rented it back. That lease expired around 1850.

Re Sullivan Dunmanway, probably one of the Sullivans small Protestant Landlords likely related to Wrights lawyers of Clonakilty. They had interests in land at Cashelane outside Dunbeacon

From Dr. Albert Casey, Bermingham, Alabama, Collection, O’Kief, Coshe Mang, Some of the Irish Establishment since the 14th Century.


Dr, Casey’s father:

https://photos.app.goo.gl/2LF7RrYAZFN9HgHn6

http://www.corkpastandpresent.ie/genealogy/indextookiefcoshemang-corkmaterial/

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Volume 2, p. 622.Cullen: Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1354-1364.D’Alton, John. See King James Army List.Daly family. Information relating to the Daly, O’Daly, Dawly and Ó Dálaigh family of Slieve Lougher 1161-1883. Volume 4, p. 299-300.Daly family. The Dalys of Novohaldaly by Matthew Daly, N.T. Vol 5, p. 528-529.De Estleye family. The family of De Estleye of East England, Ireland & Virginia. Volume 6, p. 2467-2490.Deaths – See: Births, marriages and deaths.Deeds and leases. Abstracts of deeds and leases baronies of Duhallow and East and West Muskerry. 1779-1811. Volume 14, p. 2481-2522 (chronologically arranged) & p. 2523-2563 (alphabetically arranged).Derrinagree – See also: DromtariffeDerrinagree Church. Marriages at Dromtariffe and Derrinagree R.C. churches 1832-1865. Volume 2, p. 102-132.Derrinagree: Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2153-2186.Domtariffe parish. Hedge schools in Dromtariffe parish in 1826. Volume 4, p. 95.Doneraile parish. Church of Ireland. Baptisms 1869-1952. Volume 14, p. 433-439.Doneraile: Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 11, p. 1034-1205.Down Survey Map. The Down Survey map of the O’Kief, Cosh Mang area. Volume1, frontspiece and page 620.Down Survey: See also: Duhallow Barony Books of Survey and Distribution. Muskerry Barony Books of Survey and Distribution.Drishane (Old cemetery). Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 15, p. 462-479.Drishane parish (Tithe Applotment Books). Householders in Drishane 1832, taken from the Tithe Applotment Books. Volume 6, p. 1264-1275 & 1289.Drishane parish. Baptisms in Drishane Parish 1853-1859. Volume 3, p. 281-311.Drishane & Kilcorney parishes. Books of Survey and Distribution 1641-1668. Volume 1, p. 606-620.Drishane parish. Marriages in Drishane Parish 1855-1870. Volume 2, p. 516-529.Drishane parish. Register of deaths in Drishane Parish 1864-1918. Volume 4, p. 407-414, 418-421.Drishane parish. See also: Millstreet Church.Dromagh. See also: O’Sullivan family. Forde familyDromagh. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1383-1384.Dromina. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 11, p. 1034-1205.Dromtariffe parish. Baptisms at Dromtariffe R.C. church 1860-1900. Volume 11, p. 385-489.Dromtariffe parish. Baptisms in the R.C. church of Dromtariffe & Derrinagree 1841-1848. Volume 3, p. 238-280.Dromtariffe parish. Baptisms in the R.C. church of Dromtariffe and Derrinagree, Feb 1832-Dec 1840; Aug 1851 – Dec 1865. Volume 4, p. 84-108.Dromtariffe parish. List of parish priests & curates in Dromtariffe parish 1832-1884. Volume 2, p. 132.Dromtariffe parish. Marriages at Dromtariffe R.C. church 1832-1865. Volume 2, p. 102-132.Dromtariffe parish. Marriages at Dromtariffe RC parish 1865-1900. Volume 14, p. 440-454.Dromtariffe. See also: Tithe Applotment Books.Dromtariffe. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1385-1395. Volume 8, p. 2153-2156. & Volume 15, p. 462-479.Duggan family. The Duggan family of Nohovaldaly by Matthew Daly, N.T. Volume 5, p. 528-529.Duggan family. The Duggan family of Nohovaldaly. Volume 6, p. 2435-2440Duhallow barony parish boundaries. Map of the barony of Duhallow showing parish boundaries. Volume 7, frontspiece.Duhallow barony. Abstracts of deeds from the barony of Duhallow 1778-1791. Volume 11, p. 1269-1315.Duhallow barony. Abstracts of wills from the barony of Duhallow 1858-1864. Volume 8, p. 2364-2382.Duhallow barony. Books of Survey & Distribution 1641-1669. Vol 1, p. 606; Volume 7, p. 2574-2582.Duhallow barony. Deeds 1725-1779 from the barony of Duhallow taken from the Registry of Deeds. Volume 7, p. 1069-1174.Duhallow barony. Deeds, leases, mortgages, marriage settlements, administrations, etc. Volume 15, p. 1121-1160, 1675-1831, 2002-2330 & 2458-2493.Duhallow barony. Griffith’s Valuation for the barony of Duhallow 1852. Volume 1, p. 5-87; Volume 7, p. 2471-2573.Duhallow barony. Householders in the barony of Duhallow 1828-1834 taken from the Tithe Applotment Books. Volume 7, p. 2394-2470.Duhallow barony. Index of lands 1708-1788 in the barony of Duhallow taken from the Registry of Deeds. Volume 6, p. 1988-1997; p. 2011-2018.Duhallow barony. Index of townlands in the barony of Duhallow. Volume 8, p. 2598-2606.Duhallow barony. Marriages in the barony of Duhallow 1845-1878. Volume 2, p. 1-101, 201-250, 428-483, 530-558, 623-653.Duhallow barony. Marriages in the barony of Duhallow 1879-1900. Volume 3, p. 72-237.Duhallow barony. Parishes and townlands in the barony of Duhallow 1851. Volume 3, p. 613-617.Duhallow barony. Register of births in the barony of Duhallow 1868-1870. Volume 8, p. 1-80.Duhallow barony. Register of births in the barony of Duhallow 1870. Volume 8, p. 1017-1060.Duhallow barony. Register of births in the barony of Duhallow Jan 1 1864 – 31 Dec 1864. Volume 3, p. 1-55.Duhallow barony. Register of births in the barony of Duhallow Jan1 1865-31 Dec 1867. Volume 3, p. 312-485.Dunscombe family. A genealogy of the Dunscombe family of Mount Desert. Volume 7, p. 1536.Earl of Cork. See: Boyle, Richard, SirElizabeth I. The fiants of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) relating to Cork & Kerry. Volume 7, p. 2188-2306.Emigrant’s story of County Cork by John O’Sullivan of London, England & formerly of the barony of Duhallow.Emigration scheme. See: Ballydesmond. Notes on the emigration scheme from Ballydesmond 1850.Establishments of Ireland. Appointments of the English crown in Cork, Kerry and Limerick from ‘The Establishments of Ireland.’ Volume 8, p. 166-218.Establishments of Ireland. Items relating to Cork & Kerry and neighbouring parts of Munster from ‘The Establishments of Ireland’. Volume 6, p. 1500-1635; Volume 7, p. 560-646.Exchequer bills, claims and title deeds. Miscellaneous exchequer bills, claims and title deeds Cork & Kerry 1645-1746. Volume 14, p. 1517-1520.Fermoy & Armoy barony. Landowners, acreages and townlands in the barony of Fermoy and Armoy 1641-1667 from Petty’s Down Survey. Volume 11, p. 931-955.Fermoy barony. Maps of townlands and parishes in the barony of Fermoy 1641. (Down Survey map) Volume 8, p. 2577-2579.Fitzgerald family. See: Genealogies of north Cork and east Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1523.Forde family. A brief genealogy of thr Forde & O’Sullivan families of Dromagh, Boherbue and Killarney. Volume 5, p. 526.Freeman family. The Freeman family of Co. Cork. Volume 6, p. 2442-2446.Gallaun Mór. A photograph of a gallaun mór in West Muskerry. (A gallaun mór is a large pre-Christian memorial stone.) Volume 6, p. 1338 (a).Genealogies of North Cork and East Kerry by John Windele. Volume 7, p. 1473-1543.Golden Fleece: See ScythiaGougaune Barra. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1851-1852.Grants. Grants under Acts of Settlement and Explanation, 1666-1684. Volume 14, p. 2595-2600.Griffith’s Valuation for Duhallow. Volume 7, p. 2471-2573.Grossart, A.B. Rev. See Boyle, Richard, SirHedge Schools in Dromtariffe parish in 1826. Volume 4, p. 95.Houlihan and Cremin families of Cork & Kerry 1600-1900. Volume 5, p. 532-533.Hurley family See Genealogies of N. Cork and E. KerryInchigeelah Church. Baptisms in the RC church at Inchigeelah, 1863-1900. Volume 11, p. 490-638.Inchigeelah Church. Baptisms in the RC church of Inchigeelah 1816-1863. Volume 7, p. 785-1068.Inchigeelah parish. Marriages in the RC church of Inchigeelah 1816-1899. Volume 11, p. 956-1033.Inchigeelah. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1840-1851, 1852.Inniscarra church. Church of Ireland. Baptisms 1820-1901. Volume 14, p. 502-510.Inniscarra church. Church of Ireland. Marriages 1845-1903. Volume 14, p. 510-511.Inniscarra church. Church of Ireland. Burials 1852-1901. Volume 14, p. 511-513.James II. Cork-Kerry families supporting King James II 1685-1699. Volume 6, p. 1396-1411.Kanturk Church of Ireland parish. Marriages 2667-2675. Volume 14, p. 2667-2675Keane family. The Leader family of Keale and Keane family of Millstreet by L.M. Keane Jr. Volume 15, p. 1902-2001.Kilbrin. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2098-2115 & Volume 15, p. 462-479.Kilcorcoran. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 7, p. 2144-2180.Kilcorney and Drishane parishes, Muskerry barony. The Books of Survey and Distribution for Muskerry barony 1641-1668.Kilcorney. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 7, p. 2144-2180 & Volume 15, p. 462-479.Kilgrogan. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 11, p. 1034-1205.Kilmeen parish. See also Boherbue church.Kilmeen parish. Tithe applotment book. Householders in the parish of Kilmeen 1833-1834. Volume 5, p. 491-494.Kilmeen. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 15, p. 462-479.Kilmurry Roman Catholic parish. Macroom, Kilmurry & Aglish RC parishes. Marriages 1864-1866 & 1931-1947. Volume 14, p. 2631-2666Kilnamartyra. See also. Tithe Applotment Books.Kilnamartyra. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1860-1866.Kilshannig parish. Church of Ireland. Baptisms 1855-1965. Volume 14, p. 366-378Kilshannig parish. Church of Ireland. Burials 1855-1958. Volume 14, p. 405-413.Kilshannig parish. Church of Ireland. Marriages 1845-1925. Volume 14, p. 413-421.Kilshannig parish. See also O’Mullane family.King James Army List. 1689. Items relating to Cork and Kerry in King James Army List 1689 by John D’Alton. Volume 5, p. 503-522.Kingwilliamstown. See: Ballydesmond.Kinsale Council Book. Abstracts 1218-1800. Volume 7, p. 1741-1899.Kiskeam. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1365-1382.Knocknagree church. Baptisms at Rathmore, Gneeveguilla and Knocknagree churches 1875-1900. Volume 5, p. 89-102.Knocknagree church. Marriages at Rathmore, Knocknagree & Gneeveguilla RC churches 1875-1900. Volume 5, p. 103-110.Knocknagree families. Some family histories of the Knocknagree district. Volume 6, p. 2007-2010 and 2050-2052.Knocknagree National School. A history of Knocknagree NS. Volume 6, p. 2044-2049.Knocknagree Petty Sessions Court. Abstracts from Knocknagree Petty Sessions Court 1855-1858. Volume 14, p. 2233-2280.Knocknagree.-Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1318-1320.Land owners. Returns of owners of land of one acre and upwards in province of Munster. 1876. Volume 15, p. 383-461.Leader family. The Leader family of Keale and Keane family of Millstreet by L.M. Keane Jr. Volume 15, p. 1902-2001.Leases and genealogical notes 17th-19th centuries. Volume 7, p. 2329-2393.Leyne manuscripts. Cork and Kerry items from the Leyne manuscripts 1337-1893. Volume 11, p. 926-930.Liscarroll. Tombstone inscriptions. Vol 11, p. 1034-1205.Lismore Papers. See Boyle, Richard, SirLucas, Richard. Cork directory 1787 (including Youghal, Kinsale, Cove, Passage, Innishannon and Bandon.) Vol 14. p. 1500-1516.Lucy family. A preliminary report on the Lucy family of Cork and Kerry. Volume 6, p. 2406-2417.Lyre. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 7, p. 2144-2180 & Volume 15, p. 462-479.Mac Firbisigh, Dubhaltach See Annals of IrelandMacAuliffe family. Notes on the MacAuliffes of Cork and Kerry. Volume 6, p. 1998-2006.MacErlean, John. See O’Bruadair, Daithí.Macloneigh. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 1836-37.Macroom – Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 1813-1856.Macroom Church of Ireland parish. Baptisms 1827-1891. Volume 14, p. 455-470.Macroom Church of Ireland parish. Baptisms, marriages and burials in the C of I parish of Macroom 1727-1837. Volume 8, p. 1061-1116.Macroom Church of Ireland. Burials 1837. Volume 14, p. 470-497 & Vol 15, p. 2508-2513.Macroom Roman Catholic parish. Macroom, Kilmurry & Aglish RC parishes. Marriages 1864-1866 & 1931-1947. Volume 14, p. 2631-2666Mallow parish. Church of Ireland. Baptisms 1863-1965. Vol 14, p. 378-402Mallow parish. Church of Ireland. Inscriptions on plaques in interior of church. Volume 14, p. 403-405.Mallow parish. Church of Ireland. Marriages 1845-1867. Volume 14, p. 423-431 & Volume 15, p. 431Mallow parish. Church of Ireland. St James’ Church. Marriages 1932-1956. Volume 14, p. 421-423Mallow. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2120-2153.Marriage Licence Bonds in the diocese of Cork and Ross 1623-1750. Volume 6, p. 1-94.Marriage Licence Bonds of Cork and Ross 1760-1844. Volume 4, p. 203-277.Marriage Licence Bonds. Index to the MLBs of the Church of Ireland diocese of Cloyne 1680-1800 and 1801-1866. Volume 5, p. 111-127 & 249-265.Marriages. Births, marriages and deaths taken from Cork (1753-1771, 1782-1784) and Kerry (1828-1864) newspapers. Volume 6, p. 2064-2403.Marriages. Marriages in the diocese of Cork & Ross 1716-1844. Volume 4, p. 203-277.Marriages. See also Prerogative grants.McCarthy family of Cork and Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1497-1506.McCurtin family of north Cork and east Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1527.Memorials of the dead. Items relating to Cork & Kerry. Volume 15, p. 486-1044Millington-Synge family. Volume 6, p. 2447-2448.Millstreet – Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1321-1343.Millstreet church. Baptisms at Millstreet RC church 1860-1862. Volume 11, p. 1246-1268.Millstreet church. Baptisms in Millstreet RC church, 1853-1859. Volume 3, p. 281-311.Millstreet church. Marriages in Millstreet RC church 1855-1870. Volume 2, p. 516-529Millstreet church. Marriages in Millstreet RC church 1870-1900. Volume 11, p. 639-689.Millstreet church. Parish priests and curates at Millstreet and Cullen parishes. Volume 2, p. 622.Millstreet. Church. Baptisms in Millstreet RC church 1822-1823 and 1859-1900. Vol 11, p. 690-906.Mourne Abbey. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 11, p. 1034-1205.Muskerry barony. A map of the barony of Muskerry, East and West, showing the parish boundaries. Volume 7, back cover.Muskerry barony. Abstracts of wills from the barony of Muskerry, 1858-1864. Volume 8, p. 2364-2382.Muskerry barony. Deeds, leases, mortgages and marriage settlements for the barony of Muskerry, 1708-1773. Volume 8, p. 2206-2363Muskerry barony. Deeds, leases, mortgages, marriage settlements, administrations, etc. Volume 15, p. 1121-1160, 1675-1831, 2002-2330 & 2458-2493.Muskerry barony. Down Survey maps of townlands in the barony of Muskerry. Volume 8. Frontspiece & pages following the introduction.Muskerry barony. The Books of Survey and Distribution for Muskerry barony 1641-1668. Parishes of Drishane & Kilcorney only.Muskerry barony. Tithe Applotment Books. Householders in the barony of Muskerry 1823-1834. Volume 7, p. 2394-2470.Muskerry West barony. Householders in the barony of Muskerry West in 1852. Volume 5, p. 127-146.Muskerry West see also Tithe Applotment BooksMuskerry West. Births in the barony of Muskerry West 1864-1865. Volume 6, p. 2019-2043.Muskerry West. Births in the barony of Muskerry West. Volume 7, p. 646-784.Muskerry West. Index of townlands in the barony of Muskerry West. Volume 8, p. 2598-2606.Muskerry West. Marriages in the barony of Muskerry West 1864-1900. Volume 6, p. 1639-1681.Muskerry West. Marriages in the barony of Muskerry West 1873-1885. Volume 7, p. 367-405.Muskerry West. Marriages in the barony of Muskerry West 1885-1900. Volume 8, p. 1591-1677.Muskerry West. Parishes and townlands in the barony of Muskerry West 1851. Volume 3, p. 610-613.Mythology. Background to Irish history and mythology by A.E. Casey. Volume 8, p. 2523-2524.Newmarket Church of Ireland parish. Deaths 1864. Vol 14, p. 2678-2682Newmarket. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1283-1291.Newspapers. A collection of abstracts from Cork newspapers 1753-1771, 1782-1784. Volume 6, p. 2372-2403.Newspapers. A collection of extracts from Cork newspapers 1761-1799.Newspapers. Selected abstracts from Cork newspapers 1864-1922. Volume 14, p. 2281-2480.Nohovaldaly graveyard. A photograph of Nohovaldaly graveyard. Volume 6, p. 1338 (b)Nohovaldaly parish. Extracts from land records in the Registry of Deeds concerning Nohovaldaly parish (east) 1690-1830. Volume 6, p. 1257-1263.Nohovaldaly parish. For marriages in Nohovaldaly parish 1837-1874 see Rathmore church. Volume 1, p. 89.Nohovaldaly parish. Householders in Nohovaldaly parish in 1834 taken from the Tithe Applotment Books. Volume 6, p. 1264-1275 & 1839.Nohovaldaly parish. Priests, curates in Nohovaldaly RC parish 556-1961. Volume 5, p. 248.Nohovaldaly see also Daly family, Duggan family, Tithe applotment books.Nohovaldaly.Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1303-1310.Ó Bruadair, Daithí. An account of the Gaelic poet Daithí Ó Bruadair 1625-1698 by Rev. J.C. McErlean S.J. Volume 5, p. 526-528.O’Callaghan families. See Genealogies of N. Cork and E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1508.O’Casey lineage. The lineage of the O’Casey kings of Cianachta Breagh. Volume 8, p. 2541-2542.O’Connell, Basil. See Volume 5, p. 533.O’Crowley family. See Genealogies of N. Cork and E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1496.O’Crowley lineage. The lineage of the O’Crowley family traced back to princes of Scythia in 2350 BC. Volume 8, p. 2524-2589.O’Donoghue family. See Genealogies of N. Cork and E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1508.O’Donovan family. See Genealogies of N. Cork and E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1511-1523.O’Driscoll family. The lineage of the O’Driscoll family. Volume 7, p. 1537.O’Keeffe chalice. Saga of the 1590 O’Keeffe chalice from the Newmarket area. Volume 6, p. 2421.O’Keeffe family. See also Genealogies of N. Cork and E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1474-1496.O’Keeffe family. The O’Keeffe families of Kinsale, Duhallow, Nohovaldaly, Cork and Kerry. Volume 6, p. 2422-2434.O’Leary family. See Genealogies of N. Cork & E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1508.O’Mahony family. Genealogy of the O’Mahony septs of Kinelmeaky & Ivagha. Volume 7, p. 1544-45.O’Mullane family. The O’Mullane family of Kilshannig parish, barony of Duhallow by Basil O’Connell. Volume 5, p. 533.O’Sullivan family. Brief genealogy of the O’Sullivan and Forde families of Dromagh, Boherbue and Killarney. Volume 5, p. 526.O’Sullivan family. See also Genealogies of N. Cork & E. Kerry. Volume 7, p. 1509.Ogham script. Cork-Kerry Ogham script compared with other ancient alphabets. Volume 4, p. xiv.Orrery and Kilmore barony. Landowners, acreages and townlands in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore 1641-1667 from Petty’s Down Survey. Volume11, p. 931-955.Patent rolls. Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland. Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary & Elizabeth. Volume 14, p. 2564-2584.Pierce family. A brief history of the Pierce family of Cork, Kerry and the USA. Volume 6, p. 2418-2421.Pipe Roll of Cloyne. The Pipe Roll of Cloyne abstracted from the Latin of Richard Caulfield. Volume 7, p. 2307-2327.Prerogative grants. Index of 5,400 prerogative grants for Cork & Kerry 1595-1810. Volume 4, p. 348-432.Prerogative wills. Index to 3,735 prerogative wills relating to Cork & Kerry. 1536-1810. Volume 6, p. 281-317.Quaker records for Cork City. Volume 11, p. 1821-1920.Rahan parish. Church of Ireland. Marriages 1847-1859. Volume 14, p. 432.Rathmore church. Baptisms at Rathmore, Knocknagree and Gneeveguilla churches 1875-1900. Volume 5, p. 89-102.Rathmore church. Baptisms in the Rathmore church 1837-1874. Volume 1, p. 245-276 & 422-231.Rathmore church. Marriages at Rathmore, Knocknagree and Gneeveguilla RC churches 1875-1900. Volume 5, p. 103-110.Rathmore church. Marriages in Rathmore church 1837-1874. Volume 1, p. 89. (Includes Nohavaldaly parish)Roads. Maps of roads in Cork & Kerry 1777-1783 by George Taylor and Andrew Skinner. Volume 8, p. 2549-2576.Roche family. Genealogy of the Roche family of Fermoy. Volume 7, p. 1541.Rockchapel. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2065-2085.Scythia. Map of Scythia, land of the Golden Fleece. Volume 8, p. 2526.Slieve Lougher and environs. North Cork & East Kerry. Deaths 1864-1900. Volume 15, p. 1-100.Slieve Lougher. Map of the Slieve Lougher area in 1812. Volume 6, p. x-xiSmith, Charles (Historian). A pedigree of Charles Smith. Volume 10, p. iv.Smith, Charles. Smith’s histories of the city and county of Cork and the county of Kerry. Volume 10.Spenser, Edmund. Biography and family history of Edmund Spenser with excerpts from his View of the State of Ireland. Volume 4, p. 325-328.St Gobnait’s cemetery. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2120-2153.St Gobnait’s church and cemetery. Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 6, p. 1867-1875.St Joseph’s cemetery (Mallow). Tombstone inscriptions. Volume 8, p. 2120-2153.Surnames. Maps showing statistically significant concentrations of surnames among 103 parishes in the Upper Blackwater/Slieve Lougher region im 1851. Volume 3, p. 626-645.Surnames. The frequency of selected surnames in 103 parishes in N. Cork, N.E. Kerry and S.W. Tipperary area in 1851. Volume 3, p. 618-620 & 621-625….

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Early West Cork Wills, Charity, Finances.


Early West Cork Wills, Charity, Finances.

Full listing:

Banks/Insurance:

1888, John Acton, merchant, Bantry.   Money in books of Munster and Leinster Bank.

1872, Adderley (Arthur George) Bernard, Phale House near Dunmanway, Estate £1,700.  Money in Munster Bank, £300 on his life with Standard Life insurance Company.

1890, Elizabeth Connell, (her mark), widow, Knockraha, Aughadown.   Estate £336.  Money Munster and Leinster Bank.

1887, John Copithorne, Gentleman, Cork to be buried in Aughadown.  Estate £1,518. Two insurance policies for £500 with Star Life

1860, John Brien Corkery, Gentleman, Bantry.  Estate £200. Policy of assurance on life of Skibbereen Post Master John Rowan assigned to him, insurance on own life with Royal Exchange Insurance Office.

1861, Joseph Helen, pawnbroker, Cork, Bantry connections.  Interest in life assurance policy 1840 taken out by John Bird, Bantry in the lives of Robert Young, Samuel Young, John Young for £700 with the North British Insurance Company.

1880, Samuel Jagoe, famer, Drimoleague. Estate £200.  Insurance policy £100 Star Assurance.

1870, John Francis O’Connor, Gentleman, Bantry. Estate £600. £500 held in trust for him by Colonel Aldworth (brother-in law of Lord Bandon), at  Munster Bank Bantry. 

1887, Father Patrick O’Flynn, Parish Priest Durrus Kilcrohane.  Shares in Cork gas company.

1859, William O’Sullivan, Esq., Landlord, Carriganass Castle, Bantry. Insurance policy for £2,000, money vested in Government stocks and funds, all debts due to him by mortgage, judgements, bonds, promissory notes, bill of exchange.

1892, Ellen Levis, widow, Clonakilty. Estate £490.  Money in Monarch Building Society, Dublin.

1901, Jeremiah Sullivan, farmer, Durrus estate £196.  Money Provincial Bank, book debts.

1905, John Swanton, Bawnaknockane, Ballydehob, farmer.  £100 Provincial Bank.

1878, Jane Townsend nee Digby, Shepperton, Skibbereen. Estate  £12,000. Stocks Government Bonds and Securities.

Charity:

1861, Paul Crowley, Clonakilty, pensioner. Estate £250.  £100 masses, £100 to Sisters of Mercy Clonakilty.

1897, Father Michael Kearney, Parish Priest, Durrus.  £500 toward new church, Durrus, poor of Durrus, Inchigeela,  various religious charities, Cork.

1899, Paul Kingston (his mark), Clodagh, Drimoleague, farmer. £5 for masses to be said.

1897, Denis McCarthy, The Quay, Bantry, merchant. Bequest to Sisters of Mercy for poor of Bantry, St.Vincent de Paul. 

1887, Father Patrick O’Flynn, Parish Priest Durrus Kilcrohane. £200 for repair and enlargement of church at Kilcrohane.

1821, Richard Sealy, Ballymodan, Bandon Wine Merchant, Lisbon.  Son Timothy, Bahia, Brazil, son in law Timothy Dyson, merchant, Liverpool, Bequest to  poor Catholic and Protestant of Bandon.

Debts:

1868, Abraham Bennett (his mark), farmer, Kilgariff. Executor to gather, bills, bonds, notes, judgements due and discharge debt to Daniel Sullivan, esq., Butter Buyer.

1724, David Meade, Tisaxon, Liberties of Kinsale.  Debt due to James O’Hea, mortgage held by Arthur Bernard, Esq.

1881, John Nicholson, Castletownbere. Estate £83. Sums Munster and Leinster, Bank

1893, Isaac Notter, Gent., Crookhaven, estate £530. £262 mortgage to Mrs. James Hackett, Cork monies in National Bank, Clonakilty. 

1883, Patrick Ronayne, Hawthorne Cottage, Drimoleague. Estate  £3,570. Monies due to Denis McCarthy, Bantry.

1760, Thomas Spiller, Clonakilty debts due from Sir Richard Mansell.

1892, Rev. Horace Thomas Townsend, Corrovalla, Kilcoe. Estate £238.  Holds judgement mortgage over estates of George Robinson, Coronea for £200.

Foreign Parts:

1877, Thomas Christopher Cole, Woodview, Innishannon. Estate £2,000, silver urn inscribed by Friendly Brothers of Cheltenham.

1860, John Brien Corkery, Gentleman, Bantry.  Estate £200. Oldest son in Australia.

1882, Richard Evanson, born Durrus, Landing Waiter (Customs), Hull, Yorkshire. The Land Commission Records in Portlaoise have a full certified copy.

1881, John Nicholson, Castletownbere. Estate £83. Late son Dr. George, Ballarat, Australia.

1870, John Francis O’Connor, Gentleman, Bantry. Estate £600. Brother Cornulius O’Connor now residing in England. 

1911 Henrietta  Sealy, Gortnahorna,  Kilbrittain, died Yorkshire.

1821, Richard Sealy, Ballymodan, Bandon Wine Merchant, Lisbon.  Son Timothy, Bahia, Brazil, son in law Timothy Dyson, merchant, Liverpool, Bequest to  poor Catholic and Protestant Bandon.

1681?, Randal Warner, money from Barbados, Overseer, Nathaniel Cleere, Priest Bandon.

Goods/Shares

1858, Catherine O’Donovan, school owner, Clonakilty.  Estate £800. Plate, furniture, silver, interest in Deasy’s Brewery founded by grandfather.

1877, Francis Bernard (3rd Earl of Bandon), Bandon.  Estate £18,000. Books, pictures at Castle Benard, furniture, plate, horses and carriages.

1877, Thomas Christopher Cole, Woodview, Innishannon. Estate £2,000.  Books, pictures, glass, linen, china, fishing rights, inscribed silver plate presented to Christopher Cole when Sheriff of Cork 1803, silver urn inscribed by Friendly Brothers of Cheltenham.

1860, John Brien Corkery, Gentleman, Bantry.  Estate £200. Fishing equipment, 2 salmon seins, boats for sea fishing, other boats and large seine boat.

1893, Samuel Jagoe (his mark), farmer, Glendoneen, Kinsale possibly from Inchafane, Drimoleague.  Munster Bank shares, Union Bank shares, Monarch Building Society, £100 lent to Samuel Welply, £200 insurance policy Krofts.

1897, Denis McCarthy, The Quay, Bantry, merchant. Major portfolio including West Cork, Cork and Bandon Railway shares, Eccles Hotel Company, Imperial Hotel Cork Company, Shares and cash in Munster and Leinster Bank, miscellaneous mortgages and promissory notes due to him, property including house occupied by Gilhooly, M.P. for West Cork, .

1879, Henry Newman, Bessboro (Gurtnamucklagh),  Caheragh. Plate, jewelry, library, linen,  shares in West Cork Railway. 

1870, John Francis O’Connor, Gentleman, Bantry. Estate £600.  Fishing boat and netting.

1768, Captain (RN) Henry Townsend, Dunbeacon, Parish of Schull and Whitecliff, Island of Purbeck, Dorset.  Household goods watches.

1878, Jane Townsend nee Digby, Shepperton, Skibbereen. Estate  £12,000. Gold and silver plate and  salvers, plate, India china, gold watch.

1860, Francis James White, Gentleman, Bantry.  Estate £600. Gun to Patrick Desmond, solicitor, gig, harness, goods to mother.


1890, Will of Denis Murphy, Builder, Bantry, Builder of Bantry Pier, Father of William Martin Murphy. 1919, William Martin Murphy, Derrymihan, Beara and Dublin, businessman. Estate £250,000. He left a range of businesses with a substantial asset value, including Dublin’s tramway system, hotels in Dublin and Glengariff, Cleary’s Department store, a range of railway shares and various properties including a builders yard in Bantry (which is still in business). He had also invested heavily in the Dublin newspaper industry.


A transcription of his will has survived.

http://census.nationalarchives.ie/search/wr/details.jsp?id=IRE/ORIG/WILL/REG/12352/7

https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/durrushistory.com/27181

https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/honour-for-man-who-sparked-1913-lockout-240726.html

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Courtesy: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, POWER AND PUBLIC OPINION IN IRELAND; THE CAREER OF WILLIAM MARTIN MURPHY ANDY BIELENBERG

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Catherine O’Donovan (1788-1858), Educational Pioneer Clonakilty School of Industry, Granddaughter Alexander O’Donovan Died 1785, of Squince, in the Parish of Myross, the Head of Clann Lochlain, second in seniority to Clann Cathail. Brother Rickard Donovan, Clerk of the Crown and Peace for Co.Cork, Kinsman, Baton Deasy,Lord Chief Justice of Appeal, former M.P.


West Cork History

Catherine O’Donovan (1788-1858), Educational Pioneer Clonakilty School of Industry, GranddaughterAlexander O’Donovan Died 1785, of Squince, in the Parish of Myross, the Head of Clann Lochlain, second in seniority to Clann Cathail.

Samuel Jervois who married in 1832 was living:”In Cork, Samuel JERVOIS Esq of Clontuff, to the eldest daughter of Alexander DONOVAN of Squince house Esq”.

Maternal Grandfather:

Timothy Deasy The Elder (c1739-), 1793, Barr’s Hall, Timoleague, 1793, Son Timothy and Ann Donovan m Honoria O’Donovan d Cornelius 1759. First Catholics to be JP since the Treaty of Limerick. Family fortune reputed to be based on smuggling. Daughter Ann married Dr. James Donovan son of Alexander of Squince head of the Clann Lochlann branch second in seniority to the lann Cathal sept. Founded brewery in 1807 at Shannon Square, Clonakilty. Superseded 1810-30

Brother Rickard Donovan:

Richard/Rickard Donovan (1799-1883), Lisheens, Ballincollig, listed 1838, Clerk of the Crown (State…

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