1794.  Loss of ‘The Fanny’ of Crookhaven on Voyage from Dublin to Limerick at Crookhaven with the loss of All including Owner Captain Robert Notter and Two Seamen, Cargo of Iron, Bedsteads and Bedding for Soldiers and Notter (of German Protestant Extraction) Magistrates

 

 

 

 

Saunders’s News-Letter 13 March 1794

 

Notter Magistrates:

 

Richard Notter Esq., listed 1838, Herculaneum, Cork, Architect, sitting Passage West, 1835. 1825 subscriber Schull Catholic Church.  Subscriber £500, at Carrigdave, Liberties of Cork, Passage Railway 1837. Ex-Officio Poor Law Commissioners 1839. May have been building contractor for Cork Gaol.

Richard Notter, Rock Island, Crookhaven.  Member Provisional Committee projected Bandon to Bantry Railway 1845.  Distributing New England Famine Relief 1847.

Richard Henry Notter, 1857, Lissacaha House, Lowertown, Schull, Resident, £16, sitting Bantry Quarter Sessions, 1862 (listed as R.J.), Ballydehob road presentments 1863.  subscriber Dr. Daniel Donovan ‘History of Carbery, 1876.  Member election committee McCarthy Downing, Skibbereen, 1868.  Notters German Protestants in Cork c 1640.

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