Genealogy of Jervois Family, Brade, Skibbereen, West Cork and Deed 1709 Joseph Jervois, Brade, Jervois, Magistrates Marriage Portion of £500 over Lands at Brade, Skibbereen, of Mary Anne Jervois Daughter of Samuel and Lucinda Allen, Grandmother Ellen Jervois, to William Scott Esq., Drinagh, Trustees John and Matthew O’Hea, Cork.
In the DNA markers of descendants of the Crowley family originating in Ballyourne, Caheragh, the Jervois name appears together with Bernard, Cox, Evans and Hull.
The Allen are wealthy Cork Merchants some of the family are Quakers.
Sampson Jervais/Jervois, 1784, Bandon, managed Bernard Bandon Estate.
Joseph Jervis (1653-, 1696. Brade, Skibbereen, n 1696, Son of Captain Samuel Jervois and Lattis Wescombe of Barnstable. He married 1699 Martha Freke of Garretstown (late Lord Carbery family) Joseph was appointed a Justice of the Peace for County Cork and in 1698, together with his brother Samuel, he leased the lands of Towmacdermod and Malagow from Daniel O’Donovan of Banelaghan. This document is also in the Registry of Deeds, Dublin, and bears both his signature and his seal of six ostrich feathers. Prominent in affairs of Clonakilty. The lands concerned are both in the neighbouring parish of Drinagh and total about 524 acres. Planted woodland which Smith in 1750 commented favourably on.
Rev. Joseph Jervois A.M -pre 1870). Clancool, Bandon. Pre 1831, Provost of Bandon, Rector of Ardagh, Youghal. 1821 letter to Chief Secretary indicating Bandon is tranquil later letter discontent spreading enclosing warrant to search for firearms and meeting of Magistrates re increase in outrages signed also by 1st Earl of Bandon. Letter 1821 re Orange riot in which two died and ‘ill feeling’. Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828. 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837. Reps 1870 return, 202 acres.
Samuel Jervois, 1654.
Samuel Jervois, 1729, Brade, Skibbereen, witness to Bandon deed 1742, 1743.
Samuel Jervois , 1769, Brade, Skibbereen, in 1777 chasing bandetti in Murdering Glen outside Bantry with Richard and John Townsend and Daniel Callaghan. Member as Bandon Hanover Association meeting Cork 1791 re Whiteboys.
May be father of Samuel who married Lucinda Allen.