Invitation by Henry Townsend DL, 1839, on behalf of The Reformers of the West Riding of Cork to Daniel O’Connell MP to Dinner in Bandon, Co Cork, with 200 Liberals in attendance including, Francis Bernard Beamish MP (1802-1868), Rickard Deasy (1766-1852) Brewer Clonakilty, James Clugston Allman Distiller Bandon, James Redmond Barry J.P., Commisioner for Fisheries, Edward O’Brien, Masonic Lodge Bandon, John Hurley Brewer, Major E. Broderick, Henry Owen Beecher Townsend (1775-1847), Major Mathew Scott J.P. (1779-1844), Philip Harding, Carrigafooka, Macroom, Richard Dowden (1794-1861) Unitarian, Frances Coppinger Esq., Parkview, Bandon.
James Clugston Allman, (1822-1911), Ardnacarrig, Bandon, son James and ..Lane her father Richard Lane, Cork Brewer, Unitarian, ed Dr. Brown, Bandon brother Richard Lane Allman, J.P., Moneencrone/Woodlands, Bandon, Resident, £155 (rated jointly for other property), attended Reformers Dinner Bandon 1839 for Daniel O’Connell, MP, , last LIberal MP for Bandonbridge, son of James m Frances Vernon, d James J.P., Garrrane, Templemartin. Joint owner with brother Richard Lane of Bandon Distillery and Allmans and Dowdens Brewery. Son of James Allman, Bandon. Born at Bandon on 24h March, 1822. Educated at Dr Brown’s School, Bandon. Distiller and brewer. Joint owner (with his brother R.L. Allman J.P. of Woodlands, Bandon) of Allman and Company’s Distillery and Allman, Dowden and Company’s Brewery. Recreation: Yachting, hunting and shooting. After his death serious dissent in family Distillery sold for £45,750 in 1911.
James Redmond Barry, -1879), Pre 1820, Glandore and 11 Great Denmark St., Dublin, Fishery Commissioner advocate of fishery development in West Cork, Improving Landlord, Petitioned House of Lords to Vote 1821 as Representative of dormant title of Viscount Buttevant from 1405. 1818 encouraging Flax growing with mother’s assistance, mentions his farm of around 300 acres population 328 of whom one third at linen. 1821 request to Chief Secretary with Rev. Arminger Sealy, John Swete, Thomas Walker that military be sent to Timoleague re Captain Rock disturbances. 1822 Cork Trustee for The Encouraging Industry in Ireland. 1828 Quarter Session Bandon. 1828 seeking reform of House of Commons. Involved with Richard Townsend, Castletownsend and Thomas Somerville, Drishane in setting up Agricultural and Country Bank in Skibbereen, April 1835. Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837. Attended Reformers Dinner Bandon 1839 for Daniel O’Connell, MP,. Attending Famine Relief Meeting Dunmanway 1846. Subscriber at Dublin 1861 Rev. Gibson’s History of Cork. In October 1861 at O’Donovan’s Cove married Anne Mary J 3rd daughter of Timothy J.P. to David Fitzjames Barry, 2nd son to Redmond Barry, Commissioner of Fisheries Esq. (an a political ally of Timothy). She is later Executrix of her father’s estate then a widow. Listed 1870, Dublin, 439 acres. Member election committee McCarthy Downing, Skibbereen, 1868. Son Captain FitzJames Barry, J.P., grandson Richard Fitzwilliam Barry, J.P., solicitor, Clerk of the Crown, King’s County, listed 1885-6. Left £1,500. Subscriber memorial John O’Hea J.P., Clonakilty, 1847. Member as James, Bandon, Commission on Magistrates 1838. attended Reformers Dinner, Bandon, 1839 for Daniel O’Connell, MP. Petition 1840 on Catholic Equality. Invitation by Henry Townsend DL, 1839, on behalf of The Reformers of the West Riding of Cork to Daniel O’Connell MP to Dinner in Bandon, Co Cork, with 200 Liberals in attendance including, Francis Bernard Beamish MP (1802-1868), Rickard Deasy (1766-1852) Brewer Clonakilty, James Clugston Allman Distiller Bandon, James Redmond Barry J.P., Commissioner for Fisheries, Edward O’Brien, Masonic Lodge Bandon, John Hurley Brewer, Major E. Broderick, Henry Owen Beecher Townsend (1775-1847), Major Mathew Scott J.P. (1779-1844), Philip Harding, Carrigafooka, Macroom, Richard Dowden (1794-1861) Unitarian, Frances Coppinger Esq., Parkview, Bandon.
Francis H. Coppinger Esq., Myross Wood, Rosscarbery, Pre 1830, sitting Union Hall,1835, Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837.Member Commission on Magistrates 1838. May be Francis Coppinger Esq., Parkmore for 1839 Bandon dinner for Daniel O’Connell. Monkstown Dublin, 1870, 2,047 acres. Attending dinner Devonshire Arms Hotel Bandon for Daniel O’Connell 1839, listed Parkview, Bandon, listed 1843. Bandon 1840 petition for Catholic Equality
Rickard Deasy, Superseded 1822, Clonakilty, Brewing family. Deasy, Rickart, Esq., of Clonakilty, to Miss Cotter, at Millstreet – (CMC 8/9/1802). Father Collins, PP Bantry evidence to Parliamentary Enquiry that he had £2,000 per annum when half pay Protestant Officers on £40 per annum were preferred for Quarter Assizes Juries in Bantry. 1828 seeking reform of House of Commons. Reinstatement supported by Dr John Richard Elmore, Clonakilty. 1822 local fishery committee. 1822 with Dr. Elmore and John Molony seeking Chief Secretary; support for harbour works for poor relief at Ring. Attending dinner Devonshire Arms Hotel for Daniel O’Connell 1839 listed as J.P.. Chairman of meeting of Independent Liberal Electors thanking electoral personnel for Impartiality in 1835 elections
Philip Harding, Superseded 1810-30, listed 1838, Carrigafooka, Macroom,. Subscriber 1821 Dr Thomas Wood’s ‘Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland. 1828 Cork Liberal Club. 1828 seeking reform of House of Commons. Attended as Vice-President as was Major Scott, Bandon, Francis Coppinger Parkview, Bandon at Reformers Dinner, Bandon, 1839 for Daniel O’Connell, MP. Poor opinion of Manor Courts in evidence to 1837 Parliamentary enquiry employed a great number of people. 1840 petition on Catholic Equality. John McCarthy, Millstreet, married Anne Harding of Firville, Macroom the daughter of Philip Harding on 21 February 1852 and they had six children. John McCarthy J.P. and D.L. went to reside at Rathduane House after the death of his brother Eugene in 1853. He allowed the railway company to pass through his lands, converted workmen’s houses to create a chapel in Rathduane and in 1869 built the local school (14). But eventually in 1874 he found himself in the Landed Estate Court.