https://www.google.ie/maps/place/Kilcoe,+Co.+Cork/@51.551559,-9.4058231,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x4845a3d36b9ff7fd:0x2600c7a819bb5772

https://durrushistory.com/2014/10/31/traw-beehive-made-by-george-copithorne-kilbarry-dunmanway-west-cork/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/02/frys-frieze-trousers-from-copithorns-woolen-mills-bantry-west-cork-mrs-clara-ford-wife-of-henry-in-1912-stayed-in-vickerys-hotel-bought-cloth-for-suit-at-copithorns-visited-her-aunt-annie-near/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/12/12/kilcoe-west-of-skibbereen-west-cork-church-of-ireland-graveyard/

 

 

Obituary Mr. John Copithorne, KIlcoe, Skibbereen, West Cork, and Mrs Ann Copithorne 1908.

 

 

 

Funeral to family plot Aughadown of John Copithorne aged 24, ill for a number of years, officiated by Rev. A B Sweetnam.  This is from the late Mrs. Mary Dukelow nee Fuller, Brahalish one of West Cork’s foremost genealogical like apparently her father of Liscaha, Schull.

 

Thomas and Willy brothers

Annie, Minnie, Sarah sisters

William Copithorne

Thomas Copithorne

Charles and William Dukelow uncles probably Durrus

Wreaths from

Uncle Tom Aunt Moe? and Leslie

  1. Allen
  2. Trinder

Johnny Kelly

  1. H.. Townsend
  1. Beamish and family

 

Buried 12th July 1908.

 

John Copithorne old and respected after an illness of a  number of months buried Aughadown, officiated by Rev. A B Sweetnam.

 

Mrs Copithorne, wife

Sons Thomas James Daughters Annie, Minnie, Sarah

Charles, William, James Dukelow brothers in law

Thomas Copithorne, Bantry.  Owner of Copithorne Woollen Mills makers of frieze cloth.

Thomas Copithorne, Gubbeen

Johnnie Dukelow, nephew

Samuel Copithorne, Thomas Swanton cousins.

 

Wreaths:

Brother Tom and family

Samuel and Jane Copithorne

  1. H. Townsend

 

General Public:

 

Rev. J. O’Sullivan, P.P., Aughadown

Captain Nolan

  1. McCarthy
  2. J. Gallagher R.d.O.
  3. O’Regan

C?. Harte

  1. Donovan
  2. Donovan
  3. Daly
  4. Kearney
  5. Collins
  6. McCarthy
  7. McDonald
  8. O’Driscoll;;
  9. McCarthy
  10. Coughlan
  11. McCarthy
  12. Coughlan, Kilcoe
  13. Connell
  14. McCarthy
  15. Gallagher
  16. Keohane
  17. O’Brien
  18. Driscoll
  19. Beamish, Corravaley
  20. McDonald

William Dowdall?

William Young, T..obeg
J. Twomey

  1. Hayes
  2. Donovan
  3. Connell
  4. Milger?
  5. Hickey
  6. Donovan
  7. Driscoll, Ardura
  8. Jagoe, Westfield
  9. Ferguson
  10. O’Regan, Schull
  11. Trinder
  12. Bird
  13. O’Regan
  14. Driscoll, Ballybill
  15. Caverley
  16. Sullivan
  1. Courcey
  1. Long, Leighcluin
  2. Hurley
  3. Swanton
  4. Howard, Creamery Manger
  5. Trinder
  6. Trider, Aughadown
  7. O’Regan
  8. Daly
  9. Sullivan, Lisheen
  10. Goggin
  11. Swanton
  12. Crowley, Glounakileena
  13. McCarthy
  14. McCarthy
  15. Sweetnam
  16. Sweetnam
  17. Jermyn
  18. Murphy
  19. Sweetnam
  20. McCarthy
  21. McCarthy, Morahin
  22. T. Hickey
  23. H. Kelly, M.C.C.
  24. Young
  25. Kelly, N.T.
  26. Kelly
  27. Beamish
  28. Kelly
  29. Beamish, Skehanore
  30. H. Wolfe, Steam Mills
  31. Swanton
  32. Ward, Skibbereen
  33. R. Henry
  34. Swanton
  35. J. Lynch
  36. G. O’Connell
  37. Attridge
  38. Willis
  39. O’Brien, R.D.C
  40. Skuse, Ballydehob
  41. Swanton, Bawnakean

 

Annie Copithorne died June 1922 buried Kilcoe

Thomas Copithorne died January 1946 buried Kilcoe

James Copithorne died 2st March 1972 or 1992 buried Kilcoe

 

Mrs Copithorne, Buried 12th July 1909.

 

Sons Thomas James Daughters Annie, Minnie, Sarah

Charles, William, James Dukelow brothers in law

Mrs. Dukelow, sister

 

Thomas and Wat? Copthorne brother-in-law

Mrs. Young and Mrs. Swanton cousins

 

Public

.. Connell

  1. Simpson
  2. J. Gallagher, R.D.C.
  3. McCarthy
  4. O’Regan
  5. Collins
  6. Beamish
  7. McCarthy
  8. Barry
  9. Moxley
  10. Gallagher
  11. Keohane
  12. Driscoll
  13. Coughlin
  14. Moxley
  15. McCarthy
  16. Levis, Kilcoe

William Connell

William Young

..  Donovan

  1. Hayes
  2. Connell
  3. Twomey
  4. Young
  5. O’Brien
  6. Donovan
  7. Milner
  8. Hickey
  9. Driscoll, Ardrara
  10. Swanton
  11. G. O’Connell
  12. KIngston
  13. Barry
  14. Camier
  15. H. Henry
  16. Wolfe
  17. Young
  18. Swanton
  19. Shannon
  20. J. Welply, Westfield
  21. Bird

T .Trinder

  1. Keating
  2. Caverley
  3. Sullivan
  4. Long, Hollyhill
  5. Morgan
  6.  Daly
  7. Trinder
  8. Swanton
  9. Hurley
  10. Trinder, Aughadown
  11. McCarthy
  12. Sweetnam
  13. Sweetnam
  14. Jermyn
  15. McCarthy
  16. Swanton
  17. Crowley
  18. Duggan,  Glounakilleena

Richard Swanton

  1. Jemmings
  2. Connell
  3. S. Wolfe

Captain Nolan

  1. McCarthy
  2. McCarthy
  1. Wolfe
  1. Young, Skibbereen

 

Wreaths:

 

Uncle Tom, Aunt Louis, and Lottie

Uncle William and all the family

Am and Jane Copithorne

Mr. and Mrs. J. Connell

Mr. and Mrs. E. Simpson

A .H. Townsend

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. O’Connell

 

Newspaper obits provided an interesting snapshot of local society at the particular time.

https://durrushistory.com/2015/02/03/obituaries-durrus-district/

1-SAM_6450