Ignatious O’Brien (Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1913-1918 being shown by the Drunken Sextans Wife of St. Michan’s Church Dublin Guillotined Head of One of The  Patriot Shears Brothers,  Cork  Barristers, Sons of Henry Shears, Banker and MP for Clonakilty, Hung by The British for Being United Irishmen. Their Nephew, Rev. Somers Payne (1785-1857), TCD, A Bundle of Contradictions, Grand Master of Orange Order, Co. Cork, Master Political Operator, Alleged he Enrolled his Labourers as Apprentices so They Would Have a Vote.  Agent to Lord Bantry, Pioneering Agriculturalist, Sympathy for Cottiers, Smallholders, his Son Augustus Agent to Bantry Estate, Died of Famine Fever, Bantry aged 26 in 1844, his Son Rev. Gethin Payne Died of Fever 1844 aged 26.

1801.  Will of Eliza Gethins, Probably Grandmother of Rev. Soners Payne, Political Operator, Head of Orange Order in Cork, Agent … Continue reading Ignatious O’Brien (Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1913-1918 being shown by the Drunken Sextans Wife of St. Michan’s Church Dublin Guillotined Head of One of The  Patriot Shears Brothers,  Cork  Barristers, Sons of Henry Shears, Banker and MP for Clonakilty, Hung by The British for Being United Irishmen. Their Nephew, Rev. Somers Payne (1785-1857), TCD, A Bundle of Contradictions, Grand Master of Orange Order, Co. Cork, Master Political Operator, Alleged he Enrolled his Labourers as Apprentices so They Would Have a Vote.  Agent to Lord Bantry, Pioneering Agriculturalist, Sympathy for Cottiers, Smallholders, his Son Augustus Agent to Bantry Estate, Died of Famine Fever, Bantry aged 26 in 1844, his Son Rev. Gethin Payne Died of Fever 1844 aged 26.