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Genealogy of Rev. John Murphy (1795-, Church of Ireland, Newtown, Bantry, West Cork.

https://durrushistory.com/2014/04/21/john-jervois-murphy1820-1883-from-newtown-bantry-west-cork-to-mayor-ipswich-queensland-australia/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/04/20/middle-men-bantry-area-1740s-of-kenmare-brown-estate-michael-murphy-newtown-casey-miller-newtown-thomas-hutchins-ballylickey-various-galweys-gilbert-and-richard-mellefont-donemark-beversham/

 

 

Grand Jury 1843 Murphy Family:

 

 

County of Cork Record Jury, Summer Assizes 1843, All Jurors Esq. Sir William Abraham Chatterton, Bart, Castlemahon, Blackrock, Cork Samuel Allen, Midleton Henry Allen, Cloyne House John Thomas Atkins, Ledington, Youghal John Harold Barry, Ballyvorane, Mallow
Henry Standish Barry, Reencoulig, Midleton? William G. Browne, Coolcower, Macroom Gerard Barry, Ballinahina, Fermoy Michael Alleyn Becher, Ballydivane, Clonakilty Henry Barry, Barry’s Lodge, Midleton
Henry Baldwin, Mount Pleasant, Bandon James Bouge, Laragh, Bandon Thomas Crofts, Velvetstown, Buttevant Hatton Couran, Grange Alfred Callaghan, New Castle, Limerick? Patrick Coleman, Kinsale
Richard Donovan, Lisheens, Ballincollig Thomas Garde Durdin, Shanagarry Ralph Evans, Carker, Doneraile Sampson Twogood French, Cusquinny, Cobh Henry Baldwin Foot, Carrigacunna, Mallow James Foott, Springfort, Mallow
Richard Fitzgerald, Muckridge House William Hume Franks, Carrig, Mallow William Fagan, Feltrim Walter Giles, Frogmore, Youghal Michael Gallwey, Gurtnascreena, Skibbereen Thomas Gollock, Leemoun, Cork
Thomas Murdoch Green, Ahadoe Richard Gumbleton, Castleview William Hennessy, Fortwilliam, Doneraile Standish Harrison, Castle Harrison, Buttevant Edward Heard, Ballintubber, Kinsale Thomas Knowles, Oatlands, KInsale
Thomas Limrick, Union Hall, Thomas Hingston Limrick who was the rate collector for the Skibbereen Union a few years later. One of Col. Limrick’s four sons.

Started badly in life by being committed for burglary and robbery aged 14 in 1831 (as noted in Irish Prison Registers 1790-1924).

William Henry Lysaght, Clogheen William Leader, Nashville, Kanturk Henry B. Mitchell, Mitchelsfort, Watergrasshill Edward Morrogh, Glanmire Michael Murphy, Newtown, Bantry

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