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The Church of Ireland records of Macroom contain many references to British Army personnel. Some are soldiers garrisoned there marrying locally of being the fathers of children or dying. Other are local pensioners, one dying in America Joseph Kennedy and being the father of twins. During the 1798 period there were a significant number of Irish regiments or local County Militias garrisoned locally.

Separately are included references to occupations where they occur. It is assumed that most of the other people mentioned are farming or landowners.

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The Church of Ireland Records are:
https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/macroom-maigh-chromtha-sloping-or-crooked-plain-co-cork-records-church-of-ireladn-from-1727-to-1836/