The presentments were list of works, ‘presented’, by land owners to the Grand Jury in the hope that financial assistance would be forthcoming to enable them to be carried out. This is from the Cork Examiner of the 8th November 1846. For Cheskin read Seskin.
It is not clear if the money was paid directly by the Grand Jury adn later reimbursed centrally. Some later drainage schemes were financed from Dublin.
Samuel Hutchins, listed 1835 at Ballylickey, 1838. 1835 in Bantry paying £5 toward Catholic Rent, frequently praised as a Liberal Protestant. 1840 petition on Catholic Equality. Attending address Ardnagashel 1840 Great Meeting Bantry re Poor Law. Listed 1843, Ardnagashel, Bantry. Estate passed to him on death of younger brother Emanuel in 1839, Brother of botanic artist Ellen Hutchins. 1820 Member Cork Library. 1837 donated £5 to Justice (Catholic Repeal) Rent. Set up a soup kitchen during Famine. Extensive…
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