Hutchins, Pre 1831, Ardnagashel, Bantry?, listed 1838 , may be Arthur d 1836, m Matilda, d John O’Donnell Esq., Erris, Co. Mayo, probate to son Robert.


Arthur Hutchins, 1855, Ballylickey, Bantry, Resident, £60


Richard Hutchins,1686, Bantry, served in Irish Confederate Wars 1641-1853 under son of Richard Boyle, 1st Earl Orrery, Roger Boyle, Baron Broghill and appointed Poll Tax Commissioner and acquired former O’Sullivan lands.


Thomas Hutchins, 1776, Ballylickey, Bantry.


Samuel Newburgh Hutchins -1915), 1875, Fortlands, Charleville, and Ardngashel, Bantry, Resident, £408, succeeded on death of his brother Emanuel.  He had been in the Australian Mounted Police during Gold Rush.  Married 1875  Marianne Isabella Harrison of Castle Harrison, Charleville. Son Captain Richard Hutchins killed WW1 ArthurRoyal Munster Fusiliers.


Samuel Hutchins, listed 1838, Ardnagashel, Bantry, Estate passed to him on death of younger brother Emanuel in 1839,  Brother of botanic artist Ellen Hutchins.  Set up a soup kitchen during Famine.  Extensive property throughout Co. Cork, sitting Bantry, and Castletown North Cork, 1835, Castletownbere 1839, Buttevant 1846 succeeded by his son Emanuel later by another son Samuel Newburgh.



Thomas Hutchins, Bantry, West Cork, being paid for Impressing Seamen for British Royal Navy 1746.

The practise of seizing mariners for Navy Service was common in costal area at the time. This is record of a payment to Hutchins for performing this service. His father was reputed to be a significant smuggler. This is from the Kenmare Estate Records (Irish manuscript Commission online)

Hutchins Estates, Landed Estates Database:

Te Hutchins family had significant Maritime interests in Bantry Bay at his period. Various branches of the family lived at Arnnagashel, and Ballylickey formerly in the Castletown Bere area.

Captain Robert Man, the Lauceston, Bantry. Has drawn a bill in favour of Thomas Hutchins…
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Reference: ADM 106/1031/141
Captain Robert Man, the Lauceston, Bantry. Has drawn a bill in favour of Thomas Hutchins for the cost of impressing seamen.
Date: 1746 Feb 23
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record
Language: English
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ADM 106 – Navy Board: Records
ADM 106/1031 – L.-O. (Described at item level)