1806- , Some West Cork Members of the Association Incorporated for Discontinuancy Vice and Promoting the Knowledge and Practise of The Christian Religion.  1821 Some West Cork Schools Cathedical Examinations.  West Cork schools Aided


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1806- , Some West Cork Members of the Association Incorporated for Discontinuancy Vice and Promoting the Knowledge and Practise of The Christian Religion.

 

West Cork Schools Cathedical Examinations

1821 Some West Cork Schools Cathedical Exminations Association Incorporated for Discontinuancy Vice and Promoting the Knowledge and Practise of The Christian Religion.

 

One of the prize books wa of the Cottage Dialogues of the Irish Peasantry by Mary Leadbeater (1758-1826) highly praised.

https://www.libraryireland.com/CIL/Leadbeater.php

 

West Cork schools Aided:

_1821 Some West Cork schools Aided Members of the Association Incorporated for Discontinuancy Vice and Promoting the Knowledge and Practise of The Christian Religion.

 

 

John Randal Carey (1834-1923), 1879 Member of Syndicate Founders of Sydney Daily Telegraph, Grandson of Daniel McCarthy (Mucklagh), Former Parish Priest of Durrus, West Cork and Sarah Blair of Blair’s Cove, Great Grandfather Allegedly Claimed to be head of McCarthy Family worldwide.


West Cork History

John Randal Carey (1834-1923), 1879 Member of Syndicate Founders of Sydney Daily Telegraph, Grandson of Daniel McCarthy (Mucklagh), Former Parish Priest of Durrus, West Cork and Sarah Blair of Blair’s Cove, Great Grandfather Allegedly Claimed to be head of McCarthy Family worldwide.

The Mccarthy Estates were forfeited due to Rebellion and the Durrus element former part of the Evanson later Lard Bandon estate.

The branch Mucklgh from Irish Muc pig after their herds of pigs) are referred to in the Dublin penny JOurnal:

In 1835 the Dublin Penny Journal carried an article and illustration of Culnalong Castle and referred to the last of the Mucklaghs…’their descendants struggled on for no inconsiderable part of a century in the doubtful class entitled’ decayed gentry’  I well remember the last of them who lingered in this neighbourhood (Durrus).  He was a patriarchal-looking man, with snow white hair.  He inhabited a cottage near…

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Updated Genealogy of Limrick Family of Kilmoe and Schull from 1725.


Updated Genealogy of Limrick Family of Kilmoe and Schull from 1725.

 

Thanks to Brian Limrick:

 

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Bandon Born, Sir Richard Cox, (1650-1733), Lord Chancellor of Ireland,  ‘A Description of the Kingdom of Cork’, West Cork Baronies.


Bandon Born, Sir Richard Cox, (1650-1733), Lord Chancellor of Ireland,  ‘A Description of the Kingdom of Cork’, West Cork Baronies.

From one  of Robert Days very numeros articles in the JOurnal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society.  now one line search by Day

PDF No 6 of Robert Day’s articles,

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Life

[of Dunmanway, Co. Cork;] b. Bandonbridge, Co. Cork, son of Captain Richard Cox and his wife Katherine, the daughter of Walter Bird of Clonakilty, the Coxes having come from Wiltshire in around 1600 and dispossessed in Rebellion of 1641; Cox was orphaned at the age of 3 and raised by a maternal grandmother in Co. Cork, he qualified in law at Grays Inn, London, 1673 and was apprenticed in the manorial courts of the Boyle family, Co. Cork; appt. Recorder of Kinsale with an estate at Clonakilty, 1687; he lost his post during the Tyrconnell administration following the accession of James II;
he moved to Bristol and practised there as a lawyer; became acquainted with Sir Robert Southwell who introduced him to Duke of Ormond, thereafter his patron; he returned to with William III and fought at the Battle of the Boyne, 1690; thereafter he served on the Irish bench; he was knighted 5 Nov. 1692; served as Justice of the Common Pleas, 1690, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 1699; appt. Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 1703, and Chief Justice on the Queen’s Bench, 1711-14 [var. 1712];

he escaped impeachment when Ormond defected to Jacobite cause, 1715; pub. pamphlet on the restriction of the woollen trade (1698); issued An Essay for the Conversion of the Irish, showing that ’tis their duty to become Protestants, in a Letter to Themselves [1698]; instrumental in passage of “An Act to prevent the further growth of Popery” (1703), within days of taking office as Lord Chancellor; he was nevertheless on friendly terms which Hugh Magauran, [q.v.], whose Pléaráca na Ruarcachwas translated by Swift; he was the object of a praise-poem by one Cormac Ó Luinín – otherwise unknown – which was preserved in a manuscript by Charles O’Conor of Belanagare [q.v.] and is held at Clonalis House;

Cox published a history of Ireland as Hibernia Anglicana, or, The History of Ireland [2 pts.] (1689-90), written from New English standpoint – and called ‘trite’ by the ODNB; it purports to be first chronological history of Ireland, and incidentally attacks the ridiculous stories which they have publish of the Firbolgs and Tuah-de-danans’; his historical work was pointedly ignored by William Molyneux (in Case of Ireland’s Protestants being bound … [ &c.]) as emphasising the complete dependence of the Irish state on the English government; answered by Hugh MacCurtin [Aodh Buidhe Mac Cuirtin] in A brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland (1717), for which Cox imprisoned him;
he was an early advocate of parliamentary union with Great Britain; lived in retirement at Dunmanway, Co. Cork, for 20 years before his death; according to himself he made ‘paradise cheese’ there and kept ‘the best Welsh ale in Europe’, as well as ‘the best claret in the world’; he died of apoplexy at home and is buried in Dunmanway; his letters are in Trinity College; there is an oil port. in Great Hall of Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. RR ODNB FDA

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Works

  • Hibernia Anglicana, or, The History of Ireland from the Conquest Thereof by the English to this Present Time. With An Introductory Discourse touching the Ancient State of that Kingdom; and a new and Exact Map of the same, 2 vols. (London: H. Clark and Joseph Watts (1689-90) [2 pts. in 1; folding map in pt. 1; identical fp. in both]; also unrev. rep. 1692 [see details];
  • Proceedings of the House of Commons of Ireland in rejecting the altered Money-Bill on Dec. 17, 1753, vindicated by the authorities taken from the Law and Usage of Parliament [3rd edn.] (Dublin: Wilson 1745) [see Cathach Books Cat. 1996-97].

Bibliographical details

HIBERNIA ANGLICANA, / or, the / HISTORY / OF / IRELAND / From the Conqueft thereof by the / ENGLISH, /To this Prefent Time. / WITH / An Introductory Difcourfe touching the Ancient / State of that Kingdom; and a New and Exact Map of the fame. / PART I. / By RICHARD COX, Efq; / Recorder of Kingfale. / Ardua res eft vesustis novitatem dare, obfoletis nitorem, obfcuris lucem, dubiis fidem. Plin. / Attamen audemdum eft, & veritas inveftiganda, quam fi non omnino Affesqueremur, tamen prpius ad eam quam nunc fumus, tandem peveniemus. Printed by H. Clark, for Joseph Watts at the Angel in St. Paul’s Churchyard, MCDLXXXIX. [Copy in Linen Hall Lib., Belfast.]

There is a praise-poem to Sir Richard Cox composed by the otherwise unknown poet Cormac Ó Luinín and transcribed in the hand of Charles O’Conor (1710-1790) in a manuscript held in the library of of Clonalis House, seat of the O’Conors, in Castlereagh, Co. Roscommon. A digital copy is held on the Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies website at ISO [Irish Script on Screen Project] – online ; see also copy attached.

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Criticism

  • Walter Harris, Life of Cox, added to edn. of James Ware’s ‘History of the Writers of Ireland’, in Harris, ed., The Whole Works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland, revised and improved (2nd edn.] Dublin 1764), Vol. 1 pp.207-52;
  • Richard Caulfield, ed., The Autobiography of Sir Richard Cox (London 1860);
  • Ian Montgomery, ‘An Entire Coherent History of Ireland, Richard Cox’s Hibernia Anglicana’, in Linenhall Review, 12, 1 (Spring 1995), pp.9-11;
  • Ian Montgomery, The Career of Sir Richard Cox (MA Univ. of Ulster, 1993) [on which the former is based].
See also Commentaryinfra.

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Commentary
[Darrell Figgis?], Ireland’s Brehon Laws [CTS n.d.], 32pp. pamphlet gathered in Irish History and Archaeology [bound collection]: ‘Sir Richard Cox, the author of Hibernia Anglicana, would not admit the Irish possessed written laws at all. A Co. Leitrim man, Thaddeus Roddy, has put it on record that ‘his honoured friend Sir Richard Cox, would not believe in the existence of written laws until, in the summer of 1699, he showed him some of his thirty books of Ancient Irish Laws’. Notwithstanding the enlightenment he got from Roddy, Sir Richard Cox afterwards illegally imprisoned Hugh MacCurtin, in Newgate, for refuting his own inaccurate and misleading statements about the laws of Ireland in a pamphlet published in 1717.’ (Copy in Library of Herbert Bell, Belfast.)

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Russell K. AlspachIrish Poetry from the English Invasion to 1798 (Philadelphia: Pennsylvania UP 1959), remarking that Hibernia Anglicana (1689), incidentally attacks ‘the ridiculous stories which they have publish of the Firbolgs and Tuah-de-danans’, with particular reference to Peter Walsh’s Prospect (1982); see Cox, Introduction, pp.1-2, and and Apparatus, p.4; cited in Alspach, p.74.)

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W. B. StanfordIreland and the Classical Tradition (IAP 1976; 1984), Sir Richard Cox, ‘very few of the Irish aim at any more than a little Latin, which every cowboy pretends to’ (Researches in the South of Ireland, c. 1689, cited in DH Madden, trans. Stanihurst Description of Ireland, 1906; cf. Brookiana, i. 33. [Stanford, 27]

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Joseph Th. LeerssenMere Irish and Fior-Ghael (Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1986), Sir Richard Cox, Some thoughts on the bill for prohibiting the exportation of woollen manufactures (Dublin 1698); Some thoughts on the bill depending (Dublin 1698) [do.]; Hibernia Anglicana, 2 vols. (London 1698-90). Leerssen distinguishes the younger and the elder Cox [see index]. The elder Sir Richard Cox fled Ireland in the Civil War; later, as Lord Chancellor, he was one of the prime movers behind the penal laws; An essay for the conversion of the Irish, showing that ‘tis their duty to become Protestants (1698); also Hibernia Anglicana, or, the history of Ireland from the conquest thereof by the English to this present time (1698-90), is wholly anti-Catholic and castigates Keating, Walsh, O’Flaherty, O’Sull[i]van Beare. Unlike him, Borlase is even unaware of the existence of those writers. Cox is praised in Walter Harris, Works of Sir James Ware, vol. 3., 207-252. ALSO, This was the first Gaelic history to be published in Ireland, and for it Sir Richard Cox, as Chief Justice, had MacCurtain clapped in jail, where he produced an Irish grammar, dedicated to John Devenish, major-general of the Austrian army in the Netherlands. [Joseph Leerssen, Mere Irish & Fíor Ghael (1986). p. 367]. SEE also Richard Ryan, Biographia Hibernica: Irish Worthies (1821), Vol. II, p.32, Sir Richard Cox, Bart.

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1805-1818, Fragments of Dunderow Church Records, Rector 1815-1839, Rev. Morgan O’Donovan, Chieftain of The O’Donovan of Clancahill. Originals Destroyed in 1922.


1805-1818, Fragments of Dunderow Church Records, Rector 1815-1839, Rev. Morgan O’Donovan, Chieftain of The O’Donovan of Clancahill.

He assumed the title on the death of Lieutenant General Richard O’Donovan of Bawnlahan, Leap.  This did find universal approval wit the extended family as evidenced by the papers of Dr. John O’Donovan (Rev.Grave Papers), Royal Irish Academy.

 

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Tgs is an atile by Robert day, Cork businessman and antiquarian.

http://www.corkhist.ie/wp-content/uploads/jfiles/1903/b1903-043.pdf

Robert Day, (1836-1914), 1889 City,  Myrtle Hill House, Cork, son of Robert, merchant, ed Hamblins and Dr Porters, Cork, m Rebecca eldest daughter of Robert Scott, J.P., Sydney Ville, Managing Director Robert Scott and Co, Hardware, Day and Co Saddlers, Corks leading antiquary, 11 children.  Probate to John Day, Merchant, 1914, £46,271. Member The Cork Cuvierian Society, writing in 1904 (11) enables the reader to visualize the scenario during the Society’s meetings in a pen picture which reads:

Its monthly meetings for a period of sixty years were held on the first Wednesday of the Autumn and Winter months in the Library of the Royal Cork Institution where the chairs on each side of the long central table were occupied by members many of whose names will be associated with the most highly cultured and learned life of Cork during the nineteenth century.

Freemason Lodge No.  1871. After his death his enormous collection of antiquities was auctioned and acquired among other by William Randolph Hearst and the British Museum. Son John married Susannah d Edwin Pim, J.P., son Richard Welstead m Kathleen d James Ledlie, J.P..

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Dunderrow Will Burgess Will Burgess George Stowers, Nicholas Reynolds RCB Library, 1781, Bishop Mann Visitation of Church of Ireland Dioceses of Cork. Ref D121.1
Dunderow 1807-1810 John Calanan, Thomas Whitley, applottment 1807 Francis Hayes, Rigsdale, Timothy Cantry, East Ballythomas, Pierce Applebe, Wiliam Lannon, Churcwardens? Thomas Haynes, Dan Calnan, Horsehill, Church wardens 1810 Thomas Barter, Ballinphellig, Samuel Sweenry, Chuch Wardens, Dan Callanan, John Scott, William Jennings, Other names: Nicholas Roberts. Gurtnaclough, James Heard, Daniel Murphy, Rigsdale, Daniel McCarthy, Skahana, William Desmond Sampson Sweeney, of Lefay, William Phipps, George Kelly, John Knowles, Benjamin Roberts of Liffroy, John Hayes of Mellifontstown, William Wiseman Senior, Wilton House, William Orr of Innishannon From papers of The O’Donovan lent to Robert Day article JCHAS 1903 originals destroyed 1922
1827 John Buckley, William Beazley Vestry returns for 1827, by order House of Commons, London February, 1828. http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/10167/page/224749
Visitation Dunderow 1851 Francis Johns Francis Johns teacher. 10 Children?. Incumbent and Church Education Society, 132 children John Walton, Ben Barter Representative Church Body Library, Dublin
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Visitation 1861 Adam Hegarty none Richard Gash, Thomas Barter Representative Church Body Library, Dublin
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Visitation 1870 Adam Hegarty None John Hornibrook Junior, William Bradfield 23 acres Representative Church Body Library, Dublin
Records of the Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross. D. 12
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Families of Huguenot Extraction, Durrus/Mizen Districts, West Cork, Camier, Connell, Dukelow, Lavers/Levis, Madras, Peer/Pier


 

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Families of Huguenot Extraction, Durrus/Mizen Districts, West Cork, Camier, Connell, Dukelow, Lavers/Levis, Madras, Peer/Pier.

 

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Schull Burials:

 

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Post 1823 Letter from William Hull, Lemcon, Skibbereen, County Cork, to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, referring to his former letter, emphasising the need to provide a simpler and less expensive means for the lower classes to recover small debts owed to them. Encloses, in support of his claim, a document entitled ‘ “a Manor Court Decree” taken by Richard Connell against Edward Butler, both of Kealfada, County Cork, demonstrating that the legal costs far outstrip the amount of the original debt; decree originally signed by John Sweetnam, seneschal [of Aghadown and Schull Manors], 4 October 1823. Chief Secretary Papers

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The Lost Orchards of Blair’s Cove, Friendly Cove, Mulroe, Philips Green, Pineapples and Grapes of Timothy O’Donovan, Landlord, O’Donovan’s Cove, early 19th Century, Durrus West Cork.


West Cork History

The Lost Orchards of Blair’s Cove, Friendly Cove, Mulroe, Pineapples and Melons of Timothy O’Donovan, Landlord, O’Donovan’s Cove, Durrus early 19th Century, Durrus West Cork.

There had been relentless destruction of old orchard over the last two hundred years throughout the country.  Not only on estates but also on farms due to reclamation  and improvements and a general ignorance of the value of locally grown fruit.  Many of the varieties are probably gone forever. Happily one local firm Future Forests in Kealkil stock the old heritage varieties of Irish fruit trees and bushes.

http://www.futureforests.net/

Many of those who migrated from the West Country of England to Bandon and further west brought an apple culture of orchards, cider making with them.  In surviving rent books for the Bantry and Kenmare Estate there are frequent references to house and orchard’.  Orchards will often mark out  the largest farms.  Apple trees do not…

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Old Method of Storing Apples.


West Cork History

Old Method of Storing Apples.

Some of the older people in West Cork used to preserve apples as follows.

The apples would be placed in a pyramid and covered in a mixture of grass and earth from under the apple trees.  The mound was then covered with hessian cloth from sacks which had been soaked in pickle,  This kept the snails at bay.

The method was broadly similar to potato pits.

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Atlas 1878, Percy, Seymour, Ontario, Canada Showing Pockets of West Cork Emigrant Named Families.


 

Atlas 1878, Percy, Seymour, Ontario, Canada Showing Pockets of West Cork Emigrant Named Families.

 

Many thanks to Marthanne Williamson, Nova Scotia.

From the Percy map:

Probably from Rossmore/Brahalish, Durrus, Richard Williamson “cousin  married to Sarah Baker c 1829 -1888.  (This Richard is identified as a cousin to my gr gr grandfather also Richard Williamson 1800-1878 Hallowell. Prince Edward County, married to Susan Baker 1818-1894)

Henry Beamish 1821-1893 married to Sarah Baker 1823-1907( dr of Rebecca Williamson 1792-1859? and John Baker 1795-c 1840?)

Other familiar names- Allen, Atkinson, Attridge,, Barry, Beamish, Brickley, Brooks, Clark, Collins, Driscoll, English, Fleming, Forde, Johnson, Love, O’Sullivan, Thomas King, McCarthy, McGuire, Melville, Miller, Richardson, Shannon, Tobin, Wood, Young.

This and another page, Seymour, of the 1878 Ontario atlas show two pockets of families who likely came c 1840 to Ontario from the Durrus area.  Same concentration in nearby Hastings County,

 

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Co, Ontario 1878 Historic Land Ownership and Reference Atlases, 1507-2000

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Here is the on- line Gazetteer of 1865-66 for these communities- Seymour and Percy- and the notes show population changes. eg Township of Percy 1842- 920 pop. By 1850.. Pop. 2162 . By 1861, pop 3,515 of which 438 were ‘natives of Ireland’.

The information provides concession and Lot numbers, also christian names for many of those indexed.

Here is Thomas King, married to Mary Baker, living at Concession 10 lot 8, Percy. https://archive.org/details/gazetteerbusines1865suth/page/72

Percy p 70- Atkins R ( Robert) Con. 8, Lot 19 and other spellings- Akins, on marriage record eakens ( no caps) , Aikens Robert Aikins (1818-1889) married Eliza Williamson, (sister to my gr gr grandfather Richard Williamson 1800-1878). Robert’s sister, Ann Aikins ( 1822-1902) , married Thomas Williamson ( 1815-1905), second eldest son of Mary ( 1779-1873) and Robert Williamson (c 1780-c1830?) The Aikins’ were strong methodists- and may have come from Co. Cork, definitely from Ireland.

Beamest ( Beamish) Charles Con 1, Lot 12 Beamish, Henry Con , Lot 8

Collins, Jeremiah, Morris, and Patrick all at Con 9 Lot 24 Collins, Timothy Con 9 L ot17

King, A con 10, lot 9 King , James con 10, lot 8 King, Charles con 9, lot 11 King, Joseph con 12, lot 11. King, Thomas Con.10 lot 8

McCarthy Charles Con 7 lot 13 McCarthy James Con 11 lot 12 McCarthy John Con 11 lot 12 McCarthy P Con 11 lot 10 McCarthy Thos. Con 11 lot 10

Shanahan James Con 11, lot 24

Sullivan, John f. Con 10, lot 18 Sullivan: Timothy jr. f. Con 9 lot 6 Sulivan: Timothy h. Con 10 lot 10 Sullivan: Timothy sr. f. Con 10 lot 6 Sullivan, A f Con 10, lot 6

?Swinton D f Con 4, lot 11 ( Swanton? )

Tobin C Con 7 lot 14 Tobin Wm. b Con 10 lot 12

White J sr f Con 8 lot 10 White J jr f Con 8 lot 10 White, M f Con 9 lot 3 White, William con 5 lot 5

Williamson, R ( Richard) con 8, lot 7 ( ‘cousin’ to my direct family) Willamson James Con 11 lot 8( I can’t place him yet- could be my family?)

Seymour https://archive.org/details/gazetteerbusines1865suth/page/70

a bigger community 1850, 2117 inhabitants. 1861 3, 842 inhabitants. Irish 328 King, Wm. Con 14 lot1 9 ( out of alphabetical order on the page)

Beamest ( Beamish) Charles Con 1, Lot 12 Beamish, Henry Con , Lot 8 Hopkins, B Con 8, Lot 9 McCarthy Charles Con 7 lot 13 McCarthy James Con 11 lot 12 McCarthy John Con 11 lot 12 McCarthy P Con 11 lot 10 McCarthy Thos. Con 11 lot 10

Peters, Charles sr and jr Con 10 lot 7

O’ Sullivan C h Con 7 lot 10 O’Sullivan D f Con 1 lot 4 O’Sullivan J h Con 9 lot 10 (others “Sullivans” listed in Percy) Tobin, Cornelius Con 7 lot 14- from 1861 census 100 acres Tobin, Wm Con 10 lot 12

White J sr and jr Con 8 lot 10

White R f Con 5, lot 15 White, James f Con 4, Lot 16 White John and Andrew h Con 5, lot 19 White R f Con 3, lot 11

Willamson James Con 11 lot 8 Also listed in Percy Williamson, R ( Richard) con 8, lot 7 ( ‘cousin’ to my direct family)

Daily line to Rochester NY https://archive.org/details/gazetteerbusines1865suth/page/172

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