West Cork History

Magistrate:

Henry Jermyn, 1785, Aughadown Skibbereen prob Middle Man

Only had a daughter heiress.

Estate of Henry Jermyn Esq, Aughadown, Skibbereen, West Cork, 1,275 acres, part survey of Killsarlaghta, Aughadown, 1790 by John Molony, Ploughland occupied by Denis Driscoll and Syeey/Gosnell?? 275 acres, showing also Bishop of Cork and Ross holdings at Aughadown,Dromnacaharagh, Upper and Lower Lisheen, Killhilleen, Bawngoree, Whitehall Roaring Water Road.

The Casey collection has a marriage of 1759 between Henry Jermyn and Bridget Swanton.

The Bishop of Cork’s land form part of estates including lands at Schull, Letterlickey, Durrus, and Bantry as well as Cork City. Probably a remnant of Norman incursions via Waterford Monastries.

Other Molony surveys (his name varies):

https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2014/11/27/survey-of-lislee-glebe-dioceses-of-ross-co-cork-old-and-new-by-john-molony-1801-showing-pound-courtmacsherry-road-earl-of-shannons-land-at-ballincurrig-and-hodges-and-foster-and-co-grafton-st/

Aughadown Townlands:

https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2014/03/11/aughadown-skibbereen-west-cork-townlands-castles-churches/

Schools:
https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2014/11/04/schools-1835-ardfield-aughadown-skibbereen-berehaven-west-cork-commissioners-of-public-instruction/

1828 tithe Aplottments thanks to Skib Girl:

http://www.corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/titheapplot/aghadown/tithe.html

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