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Parliamentary Commission on Law and Practice In Respect of the occupation of Land in Ireland, Evidence taken at Bantry, Bandon, Kinsale, Bandon, 1844 re Land, Michael Murphy, Donemark, Farmer and Miller, 200 years under Lord Kenmare, William O’Sullivan Esq., his Son a Barrister in Dublin, Carriganass Castle, has 500-600 acres, in Youth put out of Family Lands by Lord Kenmare, John Collins Gent., Farmer, Oldcourt, Skibbereen, Labourers Wages 6d to 8d a day, Patrick Tobin, Gortavallig, (Kilcrohane), No Oppression on Estate of Lord Bantry, his Brother Richard White Exemplary, Allegations of Bribery against Denis Sullivan, Driver to Christopher Gallwey, Agent to Lord Kenmare, James McCarthy, Middleman, Goleen, Difficulty of Eliminating Middle men due to Complex Marriage settlements, Large Middleman, Rev AlLeyn Evanson Durrus, Timothy O’Donovan, O’Donovan’s Cove holding from Mr. Congreve, Waterford and Lord Riversdale.

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Michael Murphy, Donemark, Farmer and Miller, 200 years under Lord Kenmare, William O’Sullivan Esq., his son training to be Barrister, Dublin, Carriganass Castle has 500-600 acres in youth put out of family lands by Lord Kenmare, John Collins, Oldcourt, Skibbereen, Labourers Wages 6d to 8d a day, Patrick Tobin, Gortavallig, No Oppression on Estate of Lord Bantry, Allegations of Bribery against Denis Sullivan, Driver to Christopher Gallwey, Agent to Lord Kenmare, James McCarthy, Middleman, Goleen, Difficulty of Eliminating Middle men due to Complex Marriage settlements, Large Middleman Rev AlLeyn Evanson Durrus, Timothy O’Donovan, O’Donovan’s Cove holding from Mr. Congreve, Waterford and Lord Riversdale.

The Donemark Murphy family were Church of Ireland, a long line of Clergymen. In the mid 19th century Eva Murphy married Rev. Pratt of Durrus. They may have originated from around Rosscarbery. The Rowa factory is in the general area of Newtown House.

Online evidence taken at Bantry p 923, Skibbereen 947, Bandon 969, Kinsale 988, schedule of witnesses iv

http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/11941/eppi_pages/282459