Rev. Fitzgerald Tisdall, Rector of Kilmoe (Goleen), West Cork, Founder and Commandant of Crookhaven Yeomanry Corps, Murdered at Priest’s Leap, 1809.

From Meziere Brady

In the 19th century Tisdalls married into the Murphy family of Bantry who in Newtown were millers, middling landowners, and were auctioneers. family members appear as jurors, and local administrative bodies.  The impressive ruins of the mills are about a mile outside Bantry on the Glengariff road.

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