From Evanson (Durrus) family history:

The first Mrs Evanson had sisters, one married the O’Shaughnessy (whose daughter married the O’Donovan, ancestor of the late General O’Donovan); and another married Mr Butler (the family of the Duke of Ormond); and another married Mr J Warren.

The Clann Cathaill Line, Death of Captain Miles Henry O’Donovan, aged 20, Royal Munster Fusileers, World War 1 in 1916, son of The O’Donovan, Liss Ard, Skibbereen, West Cork.

There is a stained glass window to him and marble plaque in St. Finbarrs  Cathedral in Cork.

Another of the O’Donovans, Clann Loughlin, the Catholic line of O’Donovan’s Cove descends from Richard o’Donovan.  he was a famous swordsman at the University of Toulouse in France in the 1740s.

The O’Donovan, Clann Cathal line of Magistrates:

Daniel O’Donovan, 1686

Dr. Daniel O’Donovan 1818, Norton Cottage, Skibbereen, listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. O’Donovan Cove, and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Fond of dogs.  Father of Dr. O’Donovan author History of Carbery.  Brother of Timothy and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP. Daniel O’Donovan MD has land in Knockeens, Glanroon in Griffiths.  He was married to a sister of Rickard Deasy of the Clonakilty brewing family, MP. and Attorney General for Ireland and later Judge.

Henry Wintrop ‘The O’Donovan’ (1812-1896),  MA, DL. Pre 1910, Clann Cathal, Lis Ard, Skibbereen, m Amelia d ‘The O’Grady’, Courcy O’Grady, Kilbollyowne, Co.Limerick.  Son Colonel Morgan William MA, JP, ‘The O’Donovan’ and Alicia Jones.

Colonel Morgan William O’Donovan, “The O’Donovan’ MA, ‘The O’Donovan’, Mountpelier, Douglas, Cork,  m  Alicia Jones, 1863 patron Masonic concert Skibbereen..

Rev. Morgan O’Donovan (1740-1802),  Ballinacalla, West Carbery, m. Melian TowgoodFrench c 1776, Daughter Mary m John Townsend Beecher with £5,000, died Blackrock.

Colonel Morgan William ‘The O’Donovan’, CB, D.L.,MA, 1888, ‘The O’Donovan’, Clann Cathal, Lis Ard, Skibbereen, son of Henry Wintrop ‘The O’Donovan’ MA, DL. and  Amelia d ‘The O’Grady’, Courcy O’Grady, Kilbollyowne, Co.Limerick. Ed. Haileybury and Oxford, Lieutenant-Colonel Munster Fusiliers, Boer War, Chairman Carbery Agricultural Society..  M Mary Eleanor, odo Rev. J Yarker Barton, Chaplain to British Forces.

Richard O’Donovan 1818, Fort Lodge, Durrus listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. O’Donovan Cove, and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Father of Richard O’Donovan JP History  Brother of Timothy and Dr. Daniel O’Donovan JP  He married Maria O’Sullivan on the 15th October 1833, her father was Murty Og, of Ceimatringane House, Castletownbere. She died at Fort Lodge, aged 52, voted 1850 for Denis Galwey as High Constable for Ibane and Ballyroe (Clonakilty).

Richard O’Donovan 1845, Glenlough Cottage, Durrus listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. O’Donovan Cove, and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Son of Richard O’Donovan JP and Maria O’Sullivan, nephew of Timothy and Dr. Daniel O’Donovan JP , listed 1854.

Timothy O’Donovan (1790–1854), 1818, O’Donovan’s Cove, in ruins 1875, Durrus, listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Correspondent with Antiquarian Dr. John O’Donovan re O’Donovans of Carbery.  Brother of Dr O’Donovan and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP.  Landlord and political organiser. Member Election Committee, Rickard Deasy, Clonakilty (later Attorney General) 1855

Timothy O’Donovan (1790–1854), 1818, O’Donovan’s Cove, Durrus, listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Correspondent with Antiquarian Dr. John O’Donovan re O’Donovans of Carbery.  Brother of Dr O’Donovan and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP.

W(inthropp) O’Donovan, Skibbereen, 1861 ‘The O’Donovan’.

 

 

 

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