Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser 01 March 1862

 

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1863.  Jurors, Cork Spring Assizes With Some Biographical Data.

 

 

Skibbereen & West Carbery Eagle; or, South Western Advertiser 14 March 1863

 

Colonel Henry Boyle Bernard, Castle Bernard, South Cork Militia, Coolmain, Kilbrittain in summer, 1876-6.  Supporting Alexander O’Driscoll, JP suspended, Bandon 1841.  Elected Conservative MP for Bandon in 1862 defeated Thomas Sullivan Kingston, Esq., Solicitor, defeated 1868, election by William Shaw, Bernard received no Catholic votes. Subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork.  Cork Spring Assizes Juror 1863.  Committee member Bandon Navigation Scheme 1842.  Member provisional Committee projected Bandon to Bantry Railway 1845.  Anti-Repeal Meeting, Dunmanway 1845.

Richard Oliver Aldworth D.L., -1875), Newmarket House, Kanturk.  Pre 1830. Sheriff Co. Cork 1832.  Listed 1835.  Deputy Lieutenant 1842.  1834 Member Committee Cork Protestants. Protestant Protest Meeting Bandon 1834.  Donated site for Newmarket Catholic Church and partly paid for it, wife involved in railway promotion d Earl of Bandon, Cork Spring Assizes 1863, listed 1885 Newmarket, brother of Major Aldworth, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork, JP, died 1875.  Lord of Manor of Ballyhooly and Newmarket by patents going back to Sir Richard Aldworth in the reign of King James the First, his seneschal and land agent Richard D. Smith from 1815.  1835 Robert Rogers Aldworth granted to John Aldworth rent charge on lands at Ballybrack entitling him to vote.  Member Commission on Magistrates 1838.   Cork Spring Assizes Juror 1863.  

Rev. Mountyford/Mountifort Longfield, 1799, Church Hill, Bandon. Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828, Rector of Desert, 1831, Ballineen 1835, 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837, Cork Spring Assizes 1863.

Nicholas Dunscombe Esq. -1882), 1858, Kingwilliamstown, Mount Desert, Cork, Non-Resident, £5, Cork Spring Assizes 1863, Police Court 1865, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork.  1870, listed 2,678 acres.  Probate to Clement Dunscombe, Liverpool, £6,358.

Nicholas Dunscombe Esq. -1882), 1858, Kingwilliamstown, Mount Desert, Cork, Non-Resident, £5, Cork Spring Assizes 1863, Police Court 1865, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork.  1870, listed 2,678 acres.  Probate to Clement Dunscombe, Liverpool, £6,358.

William Richard Meade, Ballymartle, Ballinhassig/Kinsale, listed 1854,  Cork Quarter Sessions 1856, Spring Assizes 1863.  Listed 1875-6. 1870 return, 1,188 acres.

James Morrogh, Old Court, Doneraile, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863.

Thomas Parsons Boland, Pembroke, Passage West, Superceded 1810-30.  Member 1832 Cork Friendly Club.  listed 1842, voted 1850 for William Hungerford as High Constable for Ibane and Ballyroe (Clonakilty).

Thomas Parsons Boland Esq., Pre 1831, Pembrook, Passage, sitting Passage West, 1835. 1822 Lord Lieutenant sends £30 for local distress.  Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837. Thanked by Independent Liberal Electors for Impartiality in 1835 elections Ex-Officio Poor Law Commissioners 1839.  Listed 1843.  Member Commission on Magistrates 1838.  Monkstown, Passage West.  Provisional Committee Cork/Killarney Railway 1845. Director Passage Railway 1845.   Member Provisional Committee projected Bandon to Bantry Railway 1845.  Estate in Landed Estates court 1859.  Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863,

Timothy O’Donovan (1790–1874), 1818, O’Donovan’s Cove, in ruins 1875, Durrus, listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Present at enquiry Skibbereen 1823 into enquiry into fatal affray at Castlehaven caused by Rev. Morritt’s tithe extraction. Correspondent with Antiquarian Dr. John O’Donovan re O’Donovans of Carbery.  Brother of Dr O’Donovan and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP. His son’s wife is grand daughter to Daniel O’Connell, the mother of his wife was a Miss Lavellan, Co. Limerick, a daughter of Philip Lavellin of Water Park in the County of Cork.  Her sister was married to Mr. Puxley of Dunboy Branch. The grandson the present (1860) Mr. Puxley is a man of immense wealth the principal owner of the famous Allihies Mines in the Barony of Bere.  Signed public declaration in Skibbereen to Alexander O’Driscoll on his removal as Magistrate 1835 with Lord Bantry, Simon White, John Puxley, Arthur Hutchins, Thomas Baldwin, Samuel Townsend Junior and Senior, Thomas Somerville, Richard Townsend Senior, Rev. Alleyn Evanson, Richard Townsend, Lyttleton Lyster. 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837.  In 1838 in the Liberal interest where at Bantry voter registration 15 were registered as opposed to 6 ‘Orangemen’ the tenants of Timothy O’Donovan JP were chiefly among those who registered.  Among these were probably McCarthys of Tulig later prominent in Nationalist politics of whom John Mccarthy (1859-1931)became a leading  in Nebraska and wrote a poem in praise of Timothy O’Donovan.  Attended Great Meeting in Bantry 1840 re Poor Laws.  Chaired 1846 distress meeting Bantry on proposition of Father Michael Barry PP Bantry. Landlord and political organiser. Member Election Committee, Rickard Deasy, Clonakilty (later Attorney General) 1855  Member election committee McCarthy Downing, Skibbereen.  Land record, 1870, Kate O’Donovan, O’Donovan’s Cove, 1,940 acres and Reps Timothy O’Donovan 1,940 acres. 1874, Death at 85 of Timothy O’Donovan, J.P., Esq, O’Donovan Cove, Durrus, West Cork, The Last Survivor of the Ancient House of O’Donovan Bawn or Clann Cahill, Justice of the Peace since 1818 Probate to daughter Mrs Anne Barry, widow, effects £2,000.

George Beamish Teulon (1813-1883), 1855, Kilbrogan Hill, Bandon, Resident, £168, son John d 1861 and Catherine Wood lived Kilbrogan House and Catherine. Family Huguenot and noted silver and (his grandparents parents John d 1828, Bandon and Mary Wood)  and  goldsmiths in Cork.  Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863.  1870, 2,712 acres.  Died Glenwood, Fermoy.  Executor with Francis Beamish, Killinear of estate of Charles Teulon, 1873, £30,000.  His wife Dorcas Jane Teulon he left £15,000 equivalent to €30 million when she died Glenwood and Battersea London she left almost twice that among her executors William F. St. Ledger, 1896.

Freeman Crofts, Clogheen, Doneraile, 1854.  Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863 at Cloughfadda House.

William Burton Leslie, 1873, Courtmacsherry, Resident, £40, extensive gardens open to public, listed 1886-6.  William Leslie, Committee member Bandon Navigation Scheme 1842. Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863 address Lislee.

Henry Harding -pre 1870, Firville, Macroom, listed 1854.  Juror Cork Spring Assizes 1863.   Reps 1870, listed 4,161 acres.

John William/Warren Payne, New St. and Beech House, Bantry.  Attending as ’William J’ Famine Relief Meeting Dunmanway 1846.   Attending Railway meeting Drimoleague 1856.  Bantry Quarter Sessions, 1862, Cork Spring Assizes 1863, listed 1854.  James Gilhooly MP alleged he was sitting in Skibbereen Quarter  Sessions 1888 outside his district.

Jonathan Bruce, Milltown Castle, Charleville, listed 1854, listed 1875-6.  Juroe Cork Spring Assizes 1863.  Milltown Castle came into Bruce possession on marriage of George Bruce and Mary Evans 1757, niece 1st Lord Carbery.

 

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