1871 Cork Notables from Melbourne Advocate, Australia, a Catholic Newspaper.
Of the personnel Michael Joseph Barry:
|1817-1889||Michael Joseph Barry||Barrister||Poet ‘Kishohue Papers’ , Songs of Ireland, The Green Flag, step Together, nephew of Bishops Dr. England probably of Charlestown, Carolina. Imprisoned 1843 ultimately became Police Magistrate Dublin. Lived Highland Cottage, Blackrock.||Young Irelander Editor Southern Reporter, co-author of ‘A Treatise on the Practice of the High Court of Chancery of Ireland with Mr. Justice Sadlier, died early 1889 after a sojurn on the Continet a widower with no children. . Highly thought of by Gavan Duffy and others||A notice by Frank MacDonagh in The Nation (16 Feb. 1889) characterises Barry as a ‘brilliant songwriter who helped build up a National literature for Ireland.’||Report on 1850 dinner for Sir Robert Kane, President Queens College.|
|Died 1836||Thomas Sheehan||Barrister Newspaper Owner||Author ‘Sketches of the Munster Bar’, owner 1826 Cork Mercantile Chronicle radical paper expousing tenat working man rights.||Buried Ballyphane St. Josephs grave in Ogham|
The Englands were from Bandon one became Archbishop of Savanagh, South Carolina.