After the rising of 1641 claims for compensation were submitted mainly from settlers of a Protestant background. They have now been digitized at Trinity Collegehttp://1641.tcd.ie/
The collection comprises the world’s largest collection of 17th century living conditions.
Included in the list are some from the Bantry area;
Parish Durrus, Barony Bere and Bantry
823.76 Martha May and brother Nathaaniel May, he is described as a yeoman.
824.211 Nicholas Harvy, late Blackrock, yeoman
825.23 Raplh Oliver of Whiddy Island, yeoman
Parish of Kilmocoge
822.142 Thomas Moorecocke of Dromanare (Dromdoneen0, wheelwright
822.249 Thomas Heyford, of Bantry, Gent
822.273 Thomas Henry of Whiddy, yeoman
823.23 John Brown of Whiddy, yeoman
823.55 William Wood of Carir Inskeene (Inchinarihen?), joiner
823.87 John Winter of Bantry Parish husbandman
823.100 John Lak of Whiddy Island, husbandman
823.122 Thomas Moorcock, Dromanara (Dromdoneen), parish k , yeoman
823.143 Edmund McCarty of Bantry, yeoman
823.169 Valentine Gordon of Bantry, spinster, Scottish protestant
823.190 Anthony Blunt of Bantry, yeoman
824.149 Agnis Tucker of Whiddy Island, widow
824.223 Katherin Heyford, wife of Owen Heyford of Bantry
825.7 Christopher Speringe of Bantry, timberman
825.264 William French of Kilmacom (Kilmomoge), tanner
825.318 Robert Collins of Whiddy, yeoman.
Parish Skull, Barony West Carbery
822.135 Thomas Wey, Clerk
823.212 John Northern of Lencom (Leamcon), yeoman
824.253-9 Sir William Hull, Knight
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