Carrigaline Church of Ireland, Co. Cork, Marriages 1726-1792, Baptisms 1724-1756, Carrigaline Church Wardens 1725-1792


 

 

Carrigaline Church of Ireland, Co. Cork, Marriages 1726-1792, Baptisms 1724-1756, Carrigaline Church Wardens 1725-1792
Carrigaline Church Wardens 1725-1792

 

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In the 18th and early 19th century the Church Wardens played a pivotal role in the administration of the county.

 

Prior to 1869 and Disestablishment the Church of Ireland was the Irish State Church.  The parochial select vestries looking at surviving records sat twice a year.  The first sitting was on Protestant Parishioners and dealt with Church Business. A later sitting often included prominent Catholics in the area and civil matters were administered which included liaison with the Baronial Constable in the collection of cess and  rates, care of foundlings, burial of the indigent dead and road maintenance.  Church wardens were prominent local citizens mostly Protestant sometime a Catholic appears as Colonel Limrick (of East India army)  a member of the Catholic branch of the Limrick family of Castlehaven.

 

For generations people from the west settled around Carrigaline to benefit from the prosperity of the Cork Harbour area. Some of the family names among the church wardens have West Cork links. The Ronaynes were one of 12 medieval families who controlled Cork.  Later they had property interest in Drimoleague and Caheragh.  Family members are buried in the old cemeteries there. The Jagoe family prominent in Dunmanway.  Dormans married into Whites of Bantry.  The Coughlans may be a branch of that ancient family of Catrrigmanus, Glenn who became Protestant around 1600 and were allies of Richard Boyle and  the Hulls.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Church_Act_1869

Carrigaline (Carraig Uí Leighin’s Rock), Co. Cork, Church of Ireland, Birth, Marriage, Death Records 1848-1870.
Carrigaline Church Wardens 1725-1792

 

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Carrigaline Church of Ireland, Co. Cork, Marriages 1726-1792, Baptisms 1724-1756, Carrigaline Church Wardens 1725-1792

 

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Schools 1835, Abbeymahon, Ballinadee, Ballymodan, Brinny, Caheragh, Carrigaline,, West Cork, Commissioners of Public Instruction.

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Tithe Meeting Speech in Irish at Carrigaline, Co. Cork, 1832 as reported in the Mercantile Chronicle.

 

Native Speakers Carrigaline, Co. Cork, 1919

 

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Dr. Richard Caulfield Collection,  Including Genealogies, Kinsale Deeds from 1493, Boole Library, University College Cork


 

Dr. Richard Caulfield Collection,  Including Genealogies, Kinsale Deeds from 1493, Boole Library, University College Cork

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Kinsale Deeds 1493, ..

Richard Caulfield Papers (ml) U.83 * See also

U.83/1/30 Memorandum relating to the Rochfort family (related to Kearneys of Garretstown), 1798 given to Richard Caulfield by

Dominick Sarsfield, [51 pages]. U.83/1/31 Notebook with writings of Richard Caulfield (State Papers Office 1867), [10 pages]. U.83/1/32 Copy of the “Funeral Certificates in Ireland The Noble & Illustrious Family of

BOX 2

U.83/2/1 Richard Cox’s Ms. transcribed by Richard Caulfield. U.83/2/2 The Industrial Resources of Youghal. (his wife) of a garden in Kinsale, 6th May ’22 [Henry VII, 1507]. U.83/2/5 Deed (in latin) of Edmond Roche, son of Philip Roche of Kinsale (merchant) granting

to William Dubh (niger) Laghnagn (carpenter) and Alice (Eilis) Iny Wellaghan (his wife), a house (messuage) in Kinsale (boundary given) on 30th April 1558 [year of King Philip and Queen Mary]. U.83/2/6 Deed of Conveyance by Margaret Barry to James Bayes of land in Ballymichell

(Mitchelstown near Kinsale) on 23 March 1566. U.83/2/7 Deed of Conveyance by Patrick Galway (burgess of Kinsale) to Patrick Copener of a

garden in Kinsale on May 8th 1493 [Henry VII].

Box 3

Box 4

Box 5

Manchester. U.83/5/2 Documents and Notes relating to Cork, taken from the Roche Mss. in the British

Around 1600 the Coppingers had extensive property interests in the Baronies of Carbery much acquired by defaulting mortgagors among the Gaelic Gentry.   Library, 28 pages . U.83/5/3 Notes from Book II, chapter II by W. Coppinger, historian relating to the Barrys and

their connection with Cork. [Egerton Mss. 75 B M.] U.83/5/4 Copy of ‘Journal of Ormond’s Proceedings’ from October 4th – October 26th 1598. U.83/5/5 Certified copy of the will of Sir John Copinger, Diocese of Cork and Ross, 1642. U.83/5/6 Certified copy of the will of Thomas Coppinger, Diocese of Cork and Ross, 1724. U.83/5/7 Certified copy of the will of John Coppinger, Diocese of Cork and Ross, 1725 U.83/5/8 Certified copy of the Chaucery Inquisition, Co. Cork, No. 9 of William III. U. 83/5/9 Certified copy of the will of Richard Coppinger Prerogative, 1743. U.83/5/10 Copy of letter from Clement Roche to John Copinger, endorsed by Daniel Heskell. U.83/5/11 Pedigree of the O’Briens of Kilcor. U.83/5/12 List of goods belonging to the Right Hon. Earl of Tyrconnell. U.83/5/13 List of accounts from Cork Corporation’s Mayor’s Office re. Clothing, rents from

leases, rents upon Lee Farms, entertainment. U.83/5/14 1606 James 1 Carte Ms. Division by Barony of the County of Cork U.83/5/15 Could be from James Morrin’s Patent Rolls pages 26-44?

Box 6

Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1862), handwritten notes taken from Rawlinson Ms. 479 and the Carte papers in the Bodleian Library, 1862 by Richard Caulfield. U.83/6/2 Handwritten copy of the Parish Register of Carrigaline, 1723-1792 by Richard

Caulfield. U.83/6/3 Handwritten copy of the ‘Vitae Venerabilis Flauvanus’ by Richard Caulfield ( Rawlinson

505). U.83/6/4 Handwritten abstracts by Richard Caulfield, taken from a large bundle of letters –18th

century- lent to him by Justin McCarthy Esq. of Carrignavar [they were found in an old attic during roof repairs] U.83/6/5 [see above] handwritten abstracts by Richard Caulfield taken from correspondence

between Isaac Muskins and his grandmother. Also, 5 original letters included.

October 1598 U.83/6/10 Handwritten copy of George Carew’s material re. Ireland (pp.50-55) U.83/6/11 Handwritten extracts taken from a British Museum Ms. in 1860, relating to Munster. U.83/6/12 Xerox copy of a Ms. copy of the ‘Register of the Freemen of the City and County of

Cork’, 1782-1850, transcribed by R.Caulfield. U.83/6/13 Xerox copy of Caulfield’s abstracts from the papers of Justin McCarthy.(Carrignavar

MS missing from Box – Xerox copy is from Kenneth Nicholls).

BOX 7

U.83/7/1 Copy of Bishop D. Downes Journal ‘ Life of St. Patrick’ written on cover U.83/7/2 ‘Commonplace Book’ by Richard Caulfield U.83/7/3 Extracts from the Public Record Office, London relating to

Cork during the reign of Charles I.

U.83/7/4 Copy of funeral Certificates, Heralds College, London, 1881. [1] U.83/7/5 Copy of funeral Certificates, Heralds College, Lodon, 1881. [2] U.83/7/6 Misc. documents from Heralds College, London, 1881. U.83/7/7 List of Masters, Wardens and Sergeants of the City Guilds 1656-1728.

[No.1] U.83/7/8 List of the Sword-bearers, Sergeants, Water Bailiffs, Common Speakers of

the City Guilds, 1656-1728. [No.3] U.83/7/9 List of Constables, Aldermen, Attorneys, Common Council men and Jurors

of the City Guilds (Cork) 1656-1728. [No.3] U.83/7/10 Cork Wills, e.g. William Verdon 1572, Patrick Sarsfield, Richard Ronan etc.

during the reign of Elizabeth I.

BOX 8

U.83/8/1 “Charters relating to the County and City of Cork”, by R. Caulfield.

[bound hardback containing miscellaneous pedigrees, graveyard inscriptions indentures etc] U.83/8/2 Notes re. ‘French Invasion Bantry Bay’, [307 pages and inserts] U. 83/8/3 Notes on Lord Carew of Cork. U.83/8/4 Obituary for Katherine Maritayne (wife of Lord Bishop of Meath) nee

Queries’. U.83/8/10 Journal entries compiled re. references to Fairs etc. in Cork County. U.83/8/11 Notes re. Sir Henry Sidney’s letter (1575) respecting his visit to Cork to

the Priory Council. U.83/8/12 Copy of State Papers Carl – 1625 U.83/8/13 Copies of Oaths taken by Constables, Attorneys etc. U.83/8/14 Pedigree of William Barry, Barrymore pre 1278. U.83/8/15 1646 U.83/8/22 Galway Pedigree in the passion of Helen Cecil Archer Butler of Farmavilla,

Cahir U.83/8/23 Notes relating to a hard Commission in Cork on 19/3/1655 with a letter

from Oliver P., Whitehall to the Deputy of Ireland 30/3/1657 U.83/8/24 Catalogue of Books in the Library of the Cathedral Church in Limerick

with their number, quantity, donor and price c. Nov. 25 1624

U.83/8/25 Notes from the appendix in the ‘Book of Kinsale’ re the Earl of Desmond

and land in Kerry. With notes on the ‘Trial of the Innocents’ 13/1/1662 U.83/8/26 Extracts of such of the Fiants of Henry V111, Edward V1 and Philip & Mary

as related to the county of Cork, Ireland

U.83/8/27 Notes re Bowles of Ahern with letter from Spotswood Bowles to W.A.

Coppinger dated 24/10/1893 U.83/8/28 Article/Notes on the Spanish land in Ireland in 17th Century U.83/8/29 Notes taken from the Public Record Office, London, the British Museum, and from an original document lent to R. Caulfield by Wm R. Meade, Esq. U.83/8/30 Notes from Calendar of Carew Mss. at Lambeth and Egerton, 76,p.331

BOX 9

U.83/9/1 Extracts from the Public Record Office, London re. the Army in Ireland

1648 and correspondence re. same. [46 pages in hardback copy] U.83/9/2 Notebook with handwritten notes on Shandon Parish re. Grants of Land

during the reign of Henry VIII. [16 pages] U.83/9/3 Notes on the Shan O’Reilly Rebellion, transcribed by R. Caulfield from the

Public Records Office, London on 15th July 1869. [92 pages in hardback copy]

BOX 10

U.83/10/1 “Book of the Expenses and Receipts of the Economics of the Cathedral

Church of St. Coleman Cloyne 1641-78”, transcribed from the ‘Chapter Books’ by R. Caulfield. U.83/10/2 “An abstract of the Acts of the Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St.

Coleman Cloyne 1663 to the present time”, vol. 1 transcribed by R. Caulfield [48 pages] U.83/10/3 “An abstract of the Acts of the Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St.

Coleman Cloyne 1663 to the present time”, vol. 2 transcribed by R. Caulfield [48 pages] U.83/10/4 “An abstract of the Acts of the Chapter of the Cathedral Church of St.

Coleman Cloyne 1663 to the present time”, vol. 3 transcribed by R. Caulfield [48 pages] U.83/10/5 Notebook containing correspondence between Lord Bishop of Cork and

Sir Richard Cox of 1738, transcribed by R. Caulfield from the British Museum in 1871. [44 pages, some pages torn out and 10 loose papers and slips] U.83/10/6 Notebook containing extracts from the Chapter Book of the Cathedral

Church of St. Coleman Cloyne, vol.4(1796-1872) transcribed by R. Caulfield. [12 pages and 1 loose page with funerary monument transcription]

Richard Caulfield Papers U83

 

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Foundlings


Foundlings

 

In Richard Caulfield’s transcriptions of the records of St. Finbarr’s Cathedral, Cork there are numerous reference to foundlings. The introduction to the book by Dr. Alicia St. Ledger gives an account of the naming patterns of foundlings.

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Separately there are numerous West Cork names in the marriage register.  There was a custom for better off couples to marry in Cork and spend a few days honeymoon in the city.

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1819. Society for the Promotion Education of the Poor 1819, Schools, West Cork


West Cork History

Society for the Promotion Education of the Poor 1819, Schools, West Cork

Society for the Promotion Education of the Poor 1819

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https://durrushistory.com/2016/10/22/1868-return-of-church-education-society-schools-1868-co-cork/

https://books.google.ie/books?id=t3QWAAAAIAAJ&pg=RA2-PA85&lpg=RA2-PA85&dq=john+kirby+bantry&source=bl&ots=SoV4PMlkBE&sig=uFamEQyYVcvsxr9HUiVj4gIYxPQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=STn9U_RB6MXsBuLxgKgH&ved=0CC4Q6AEwAjgU#v=onepage&q=john%20kirby%20bantry&f=false

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Sea Lodge: Timothy Daly may be from Dromnea also part of Evanson Estate in Kilcrohane and was location of O’Daly Bardic School.  Ruins of school still extant just of Sheeps Head way from Durrus Court to Gearhameen, not the Sea Lodge on coast

1827 Recommended for Gratuity
School Number Location Teacher Numbers
706 Bantry Male J.B. Patterson 1828 John Lanktreee, Protestant, recommended Rev. Sadlier 1822 John Holmes 18 in 1822 recommended John Smith Esq.
708 Inch Cillertane John McGivern 71 Richard McGivern , 1828, 19 recommended Rev James McCheane
709 Female Eliza McGivern
712 Drimoleague Daniel Creane and Caffrey 80
Female Margaret Creane
715 Barrack of Skibbereen Robert Maguire 11
716 Ballydehob Mathew Ross, Protestant, 24 in 1822 73
717 Lemcon Robert Driscoll
718 Gortnagroch

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1611, Kinsale, A poor town ruined by the last rebellion.  One of the best harbours in the Kingdom.  Depends on fishing of pilchards, herring and hake which are taken in the Harbour.  1788 Kinsale fishermen built huts and cure their fish on Cape Clear and pay a smart rent (to Becher Estate).


1611, Kinsale, A poor town ruined by the last rebellion.  One of the best harbours in the Kingdom.  Depends on fishing of pilchards, herring and hake which are taken in the Harbour.

 

In turn this is from Cogan survey of Irish Customs and Excise.

 

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From Dr. Went’s history of Irish Fisheries:

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Will Dr. Teige McCarthy Rabach, (1664-1747), Callanan (Hereditary Physicians to McCarthy Reaghs) Relations, J.J. Callanan Poet, To My Nephews John and Richard Barrett, One British Shilling and No More for Their Disobedience to Me.


Will Dr. Teige McCarthy Rabach, (1664-1747), Callanan (Hereditary Physicians to McCarthy Reaghs) Relations, J.J. Callanan Poet, To My Nephews John and Richard Barrett, One British Shilling and No More for Their Disobedience to Me.

 

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MOST REV. TADHG (THADDEUS) MCCARTHY Deceased Parish Of Birth Kilbrittain Colleges Attended Irish College Toulouse Montpellier, France Appointments Bishop : 1727 – 1747 Bandon PP – 1725 Drimoleague PP : 1714. Bishop of Cork.  Notes. Known as McCarthy Rabach – also known as the McCarthy Reaghs. Born 1664. McCarthy was educated for the priesthood in France. He studied first at the Irish College in Toulouse where he graduated in arts and theology in 1695 and was tonsured in 1702. He took some courses in medicine in Montpellier in 1707.  n Cork, he lived sometimes (while not on the run) at Rawbuck’s Lane (now Eason’s Hill), off Shandon Street, which was named after him. Bishop McCarthy flaunted the penal code and built a chapel in his parish in 1730 on part of the site now occupied by the present Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Anne. It was described in the 1731 “The State of Popery” as a “large and sumptuous Mass-house”. It was popularly known as the “Bishop’s Chapel”. The foundation stone of the chapel bore the year 1730 and the bishop’s initials. This stone was inserted into the northern wall of the present building but was plastered over during extension work in the 1960s. St. Angela Bolster noted that it is located behind the 12th Station of the Cross

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacCarthy_Reagh

Date Of Death 20/8/1747 Place Of Death Cork. Place Of Burial Old Graveyard, St Mary’s, Shandon.

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Owen Callanan, executor and beneficiary:  1734, 1753, 1756, 1770 Died Owen Callanan 1734 subscriber to ‘An Essay on Epidemic Diseases’. 1755 daughter of eminent apothecary married Dr Haly. Left £10 sterling by Bishop Teige Mccarthy Rabach 1664-1747 both executors of is will. CALLANAN, OWEN, near South-gate, CORKE JOURNAL 1756 (CJ 4/3/1756) In ad JTC 1st August 1765 letting of two fields at the Lough ready to mow contact him or Cornelius Leary Realeigh near Macroom father Art Ó Laoighre outlaw. Died Callanan, James, Mr., Surgeon, son Mr. Owen, Apothecary – (HC 5/2/1770). Michael Callanan apothecary, 1787 acquiring property at South gate formerly occupied by Owen Callanan, apothecary from Bennets. 1753 witness to deed with Richard Franklin Doctor of Physic. Daughter isabella 1766, marries Eugene Sweeney Bookseller is father Eugene trustee William Power, apothecary. and newspaper printer (Cork Journal). Wife died near South Gate September 1758. Son James died January 1770 at his house near North Gate bridge. Daughter died May 1764. The Callnan family were hereditary physicians to the McCarthy Riabhach family. CJ 4/3/1756) – TO be let in the town of Youghall, from the 25th of March next or such term as shall be agreed, the house near the clock-gate, wherein Thomas Hough shoemaker lately dwelt. For particulars, enquire of Mrs. Catherine Roche, near said house, or Mr. Owen Callanan near South-gate, Corke. https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2014/02/23/callnan-family-hereditary-physicians-to-the-mccarthy-riabhachs-1798-in-west-cork-dr-john-richard-elmore-owner-of-largest-linen-mill-in-munster-in-clonakilty-1820s-and-dr-william-and-albert-callnan/

Poet J.J. Callanan probably of same line:

 

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Mathais Dunworth witness towill:

 

Type of deed Date of current deed 8 Feb 1737 Vol Page Memorial
L Date of earlier deed 92 184 64291
No Role(s) in earlier deed(s) Role in current deed(s) Family name Forename Place Occ or title A
A P1 WRIGHT Abraham of Cloyne, COR Gent
B P2 DAWLY Charles of City of Corke Gent A
C O Prev WHETCROFT Elizabeth of Cloyne, COR Widdow of D
D O Prev WHETCROFT Henry of Cloyne, COR Merchant. Husband of C. Deceased
E O Prev PURCELL Richard of Cloyne, COR Butter merchant
F O Adj MARMIX Henry of Cloyne, COR
G O Adj CREAGH Anthony of Cloyne, COR
H WD+WM DONWORTHY Mathias of City of Corke Merchant. A
I WD WRIGHT Dillon of Cloyne, COR Gent
J WM KENEFICK Richard of City of Corke Merchant. A
K SULLIVAN William of City of Corke Magistrate
L ALLEN John of City of Corke JP
M FULLER George of City of Corke JP
Abstract A demised to B property in Cloyne
MS Date registered 6th July 1738 Date abstract added 20131009

Abstract made by: Halifax

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David Bourk/Bourke Witness:

 

Type of deed Date of current deed 30 Jun 1742 Vol Page Memorial
ID Tripartite Date of earlier deed 108 170 75137
No Role(s) in earlier deed(s) Role in current deed(s) Family name Forename Place Occ or title A
A P1 KEARNEY Francis of Cork city Esq A
B P1 KEARNEY Mary orse ROCHE of wife of A
C P2 ASHE Jonathan of Cork city Merch
D P2 SARSFIELD Dominique of Dochloyne COR Esq
E grantee; L P3 HODDER Francis of Merch
F grantee; Life P3 STACK Edward of Shopkeeper
G gratee; Life P3 CAZALETIS Peter of Skinner
H gratee; Life P3 CHAPPELL Samuel of Carpenter
I gratee; Life P3 CHANDLEY Abigall of widow & relict of J; guardian of K
J CHANDLEY Samuel of Cork city; dec’d Apothecary
K Life P3 CHANDLEY John of son & heir of J minor
L Life HODDER Anne of daughter of E
M Life HODDER William of son of N
N HODDER William of late of Hodderfield (sic – Hoddersfield)
O ROCHE Francis of Esq
P Life STACK Sarah of wife of F
Q Life MEADE Richard of son of R
R MEADE William of Dean of Cork Rev.
S O RANFIELD John of Skinner
T Life CAZALETIS Peter of son of U
U CAZALETIS James of
V Life HOLMES William of
W O TAYLOR Francis of
X Life CHAPPELL Sarah of wife of H
Y Life NUNN Joshua of
Z Life NELSON John of
27 WD AHERN William of Cork city Esq
28 REG BENNETT George of
29 WD WM BOURK David of Cork city Gent
30 REG BRADSHAW of Ald’n, Mayor
31 WM CARY Thomas of Cork city Gent
32 REG SULLIVAN William of
Abstract Comment for person [A] :All earlier leases renewable for ever, whereas A&B in Trinity Term 1742 did levy fine on C&D, for all leases but not for the use of C&D
Person [E] :A&B unto E of parcel of ground in N liberty of Cork city on which there were several houses, for lives of EL&M at £13 ster
Person [F] :A&B to F plot of ground late in possession of O on which several houses were built, near Old Fort in S. Suburbs of Cork, for lives of FP& Q at £8
Person [G] :A&B to G of houses ground lately in possession of S, for lives of GT&V at £12 ster
Person [H] :A&B to H of front house in north west quarter of Cork city lately dwelt in by W, for lives of HX&Y at £24 ster
Person [I] :A&B unto J of front house, north side of Colemans Lane, with back house for lives of I K &Z at £23 ster
Person [J] :
Person [K] :A&B unto J of front house, north side of Colemans Lane, with back house for lives of I K &Z at £23 ster
Person [L] :A&B unto E of parcel of ground in N liberty of Cork city on which there were several houses, for lives of EL&M at £13 ster
Person [M] :A&B unto E of parcel of ground in N liberty of Cork city on which there were several houses, for lives of EL&M at £13 ster
Person [N] :
Person [O] :A&B to F plot of ground late in possession of O on which several houses were built, near Old Fort in S. Suburbs of Cork, for lives of FP& Q at £8
Person [P] :A&B to F plot of ground late in possession of O on which several houses were built, near Old Fort in S. Suburbs of Cork, for lives of FP& Q at £8
Person [Q] :A&B to F plot of ground late in possession of O on which several houses were built, near Old Fort in S. Suburbs of Cork, for lives of FP& Q at £8
Person [R] :
Person [S] :A&B to G of houses ground lately in possession of S, for lives of GT&V at £12 ster
Person [T] :A&B to G of houses ground lately in possession of S, for lives of GT&V at £12 ster
Person [U] :
Person [V] :A&B to G of houses ground lately in possession of S, for lives of GT&V at £12 ster
Person [W] :A&B to H of front house in north west quarter of Cork city lately dwelt in by W, for lives of HX&Y at £24 ster
Person [X] :A&B to H of front house in north west quarter of Cork city lately dwelt in by W, for lives of HX&Y at £24 ster
Person [Y] :A&B to H of front house in north west quarter of Cork city lately dwelt in by W, for lives of HX&Y at £24 ster
Person [Z] :A&B unto J of front house, north side of Colemans Lane, with back house for lives of I K &Z at £23 ster
Person [27] :
Person [28] :Justice present at Cork city 15Aug1742
Person [29] :
Person [30] :Justice present at Cork city 15Aug1742
Person [31] :
Person [32] :
MS Date registered 12Nov1742 Date abstract added 20120529

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Extracts From West Cork and its Story, Jeremiah O’Mahony, National Teacher, Castletown Kinneigh, 1949-1950.


 

Extracts From West Cork and its Story, Jeremiah O’Mahony, National Teacher, Castletown Kinneigh, 1949-1950.

Publishes in serial form in the Southern Star, later a book by the Kerryman.  The book was proofread by Padraig Ó Maidín (Paddy Madden), Cork County Librarian and John T. Collins, noted historian.

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https://photos.app.goo.gl/SxAHjWMhtUityRxf7

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1847.  James Mahony, Illustrated London News, Famine Shepperton Lakes, Skibbereen, Schull, Ballydehob


1847.  James Mahony, Illustrated London News, Famine Shepperton Lakes, Skibbereen, Schull, Ballydehob

https://books.google.ie/books?id=1dFCAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA118&lpg=PA118&dq=samuel+hutchinson+charleville+cork+1839&source=bl&ots=IUfVQu8wEb&sig=F7HgDljdn6KDXxNyZ9L10lKL-u8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjk7ef42NndAhUINOwKHTwwC_s4ChDoATAAegQICBAB#v=onepage&q=cork&f=false

https://books.google.ie/books?id=1dFCAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA118&lpg=PA118&dq=samuel+hutchinson+charleville+cork+1839&source=bl&ots=IUfVQu8wEb&sig=F7HgDljdn6KDXxNyZ9L10lKL-u8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjk7ef42NndAhUINOwKHTwwC_s4ChDoATAAegQICBAB#v=onepage&q=cork&f=false

 

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New Zealand, West Cork Links.


 

New Zealand, West Cork Links.

I was asked if it was ok to list the site with other Irish Genealogy sites in New Zealand.  There has been a noticeable spike in interest from there and also in posting at Academia.ie on Cork Magistrates, Grand Jury, Legal History.

These are a few New Zealand related items.

Emigration to Australia commenced early 19th century that to New Zealand some time later.

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/04/25/1845-transcription-of-various-letters-from-john-henry-townsend-irelands-oldest-magistrate-durrus-west-cork-to-donald-mclean-esq-protector-of-aborigines-taranaki-new-zealand-togeth/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/03/04/west-cork-clergy-and-letter-from-fr-tim-mahony-brasher-new-york-october-1901-after-cork-visit-to-inchileela-caheragh-droumdeegy-coolmountain-ballyvilone-kilmurray-researching-his-lantryla/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/08/18/mortimer-mccarthy-kinsale-co-cork-died-new-zealand-1968-last-survivor-of-scotts-north-pole-expedition-and-his-nephew-denis-odonovan-died-1970-england-torpedoed-three-times/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/06/02/the-brooksbrookes-of-dromreagh-drom-riabhach-stripe-grey-ridge-durrus-west-cork-coming-early-19th-century-as-weavers-from-ryelands-raphoe-on-the-abercorn-estate-in-east-donegal-some-go-to-ne/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/04/21/rowland-robert-teape-davis-1809-1879-bantry-west-cork-new-zealand-labour-reformer-politician/