Richard Boyle, Great Earl of Cork, on Sir William Hull of Leamcon, Schull and Sir Thomas Crook, founder of Baltimore who ‘Unjustly took his Falcons’, and Sir Fineen O’Driscoll gave him Falcons

Courtesy Dr. Casey collection.

https://durrushistory.com/2015/03/07/deodand-due-to-richard-boyle-1st-earl-of-cork-february-1619-and-its-appearance-in-18ht-century-leases/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/03/01/1615-purchase-by-richard-boyle-later-great-earl-of-cork-for-100-of-mccarthy-mortgage-of-fifteen-ploughlands-of-the-sluagh-teige-o-mahown-omahony-in-ivagha-peninsula-ballydehob-west-cork/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/02/24/the-duke-of-devonshire-commenced-an-action-in-1854-in-the-encumbered-estates-court-to-confirm-that-lands-to-be-disposed-of-by-nathaniel-evanson-did-not-include-minerals-the-land-was-originally-sold/

1-IMG_3753