1822. Lord Bantry not renewing lease of any of his Tenantry involved in Smuggling.





Dublin Weekly Register 03 August 1822

Bantry Customs:


1816 Report John Leonard Gauger £80 pa William Cotter Supernumary £60 pa.
1822 Lord Bantry states he was not renewing lease for tenants invoolved in smuggling.
1822 William Blair Probably Tidewaiter Galway, from Blair’s Cove, Durrus Deed of 1822, left money by Hamilton White assigned lands in lieu to William O’Sullivan, Carriganass Castle memorial 521277
1821 Jole Coale (Cole) Revenue Officer Blackrock Road, wife Mary 58, Thomas 20, John 15, Sarah 17, probably related to Coles of Schull, Blair’s Cove, Durrus
Coote, John, Esq., Surveyor of Bantry – (CJ 6/10/1766)
1766, Died John Cooke
1818 David Dick Revenue Official Renting from Bantry estate Bantry town.
1795-post 1871 Richard Evanson Retired Registrar Customs Likely from Durrus. Probably seizing tobacco in Passage in 1823. Kingston-upon-Hull, 1871 English census
1793 John Hungerford Surveyor M Anne Blair, Blair’s Cove, Durrus, 1792, d Richqrd Bantry later Blair’s Cove , Durrus and Hanora… Deed 1825 Thomas Barter, Berehaven for Ann Hungerford widow of John Hungerford.
Pre 1670 Richard Hutchins (or Hutchinson) Blackrock Possibly the Ricahrd who appears in deed 1698 wife Barbar oldest son Theophilus Appointed Pool Tax Commissioner by William 111 1689-1702, his great grandson Thomas married Catherine daughter of Thomas Hutchins in 1759 and they had 21 children http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/estate-show.jsp?id=2382
1824 Luke Kingsmill Blackrock Road Gauger 1824 Half Pay Bantry, Slater Directory
1812 Francis Roycroft Surveyor Involved in 1812 Cork election said he had tow Powers working for him issue as to who was who.
1814 John Sullivan Revenue Tide Waiter In deed son John aged 9 as life also mentioned Trenwiths Sydney Place, Cork. Bantry Estate Papers
1780s Michael O’Sullivan Heart Tax Collector Middleman, ancestor of many of Cork Vickeries worldwide. Memorial 254735 1786
1812 William Sullivan Revenue Officer
c1830 Bellingham Swan Revenue not clear where Son Rev. Bellingham Swan and Mary Berkeley of Desertserges
1794 Richard Wright Esq. Collector of Port Applications invited for auction wrecked goods of Brig Eliza Hibernian Chronicle
1818 Samuel Young Died Kerry Evening Post 27th January 1844, Basil O’Connell Newspaper Extracts, Dr Casey, 2218 Daughter Ellen married Robert Gosnell 1827 he is described as Surveyor late Port. Probably from fish merchant family in bantry since atleast early 1600s other family members probably in St. Johns New Brunswick same period Customs Service
1828 Thomas Ward Esq. Collector may be Skibbereen in licensing case 1828. There were Wardslandlords in Glanlough and large farmers in Dromatinaheen, Durrus at this period.
1841 Died William Warner The Gauger’ May have served elsewhere family had numerous farms in Bantry Bantry Estate Papers
1789 Simon White Customs and Excise Inspector responsible for Excise trials Magistrate. Simon White, 1789, Glengariff Castle, Bantry, 1831. 1822 Customs and Excise Inspector responsible for Excise trials 1821 wife seeking payment for him Mrs. JD White at Wickcourt St., Cheltenham. Notified as Magistrate of Catholic meeting in Bantry re loyalty to King 1825. Attending Protestant Conservative Society meeting 1832. 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837.
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