J.Seymour Murphy, 34, Duncan St., Cork, Pipe Organ builder (1842-82), examples at St. Marys Caheragh, reputably the best, Abbeystewry (Skibbereen), St. Pauls, Ballymoney (1849-1984)

The Architectural Inventory of West Cork states that there are only three Murphy organs at Caheragh, the best, Innishannon and Coolkelure (the Church built by the Dunmanway Shouldham (McCarthy) family).

In 1856 the Cork Examiner reported that Seymour Murphy had completed their 36th organ which was for the Convent at Mitchelstown. The firm closed in 1882 after 40 years in business.

Caheragh:

http://ireland.anglican.org/information/dioceses/parish/16490

https://durrushistory.com/2013/05/04/caheragh-church-of-ireland-west-cork-church-wardens-1830-families-1835-scholars-1841/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/08/23/the-enigma-of-the-bell-from-1681-in-caheragh-church-of-ireland-church-west-cork/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/06/16/church-plaques-and-some-graveyard-inscriptions-caheragh-bantry-skibbereen-beara-areas-west-cork/
St. Pauls
St Paul's Church, Ballymoney Parish, Ballineen, County Cork (1849)
http://www.anotherurl.com/judith/kinneighunion/BALLYMONEY%20SCHOOL/BALLYMONEY%20CHURCH/ballymoney_church__collected_not.htm