1709, Lands at Bohir Mountain, Co. Cork of Arthur Galwey and Ignatius Gold (Gould), ‘Attained For Treason’.
The Goulds and Galweys were part of a network of old English, Hiberno-Danish and Gaelic families who controlled Cork and its hinterland until the 17th century. Some later converted to the Church of Ireland, some emigrated to the continent and some prospered in trade, many fell by the wayside.
The Fenns were probably later bankers Fenns Quay in Cork near the Courthouse is called after them. the Hoare family major merchants. The lands may have been acquired from the Hollow Blade Company.