Sale in 1729 of lands by Lord Burlington, Jeremh/Jeremiah Coughlan (From Carrigmanus Agent) to Richard Tonson for £3,882, including, One Ploughland Town and Lands of Shannyvoghwora Ballydehob, 422 English acres, 3 Ploughlands Carrigerinat Coghanicue Coghlianullean East Carbery 1, 697 English acres, Coolmountain 1,139 English acres, 4 Gneeves Shanaciane, the Unpropriate Tithes of 14 Ploughlands of Durrus , Kilcrohane and Kikmocomoge (Bantry), Callesita alias Callesta 374 English acres, Carrigneal 1 and a half Ploughland 894 English acres and 1830s Tithe Aplottments of Tithes for Evansons of Durrus

Some of the townland names are difficult to make out and are old spellings.

The sale included town of Balldehob, Coolmountain and the tithes of 14 ploughlands of Durrus, Kilcrohane Kilmocoge among others for £3,882. In the tithe aplottments of 1830 the Evansons are listed as owners of the tithes with the local Minister.
Burlington is the successor in title to the Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork, he probably acquired some of the Mizen lands by mortgage from the O’Mahonys.

Tonson is a descendant on the illegitimate line of Sir Richard Hull of Lemcon.

Jeremiah/Jeremy Coughlan is an Attorney Seneschal of Dungarvan agent to the Earl of Cork/Burlingtons and from Carrigmanus his wife is Susanna Evanson from Coolnalong, Durrus. He and her brother Nathaniel Evanson were leasing Gearhameen and other townlands in Durrus from the Bernards of Bandon in the 1720s. The Coughlan line is probably related to Frances Coughlan who married Thomas Dukelow c 1810 and then moved from Crottees to Clashadoo.