Freemasons (Provincial Grand Lodge of Munster), Warrants including, Bandon from 1738,20, 84, 130, 155, 156, (Including Catholic Lodge 413), Bantry 67, 995, Castletownsend from 1747, Clonakilty 3885, Kinsale from 1747, 156, 179, 212, 220,234, 528, Rosscarbery from 1775, Skibbereen from 1751, 15, 223, 504, South Cork Militia, and Military Connections

Many of the lodges were associated with British Army Officers in Regiments based in West Cork. The South Cork Militia’s warrant originated in Mohill,, Co. Leitrim and the leitrim served n Cork in the late 18th century. Some of the Cork Warrants ended up in various location in Northern Ireland.

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