1848.  Licence No 211, for A Double Barrell Shotgun and 20 Rounds of Ammunition issued under An Act For the Better Prevention of Crime and Outrages in Certain Parts of Ireland, to Have Arms in a Dwelling House of James Vickery, Inchingerig, Caheragh West Cork.

A broadly similar license is currently in use in Vancouver, Canada,  according to a member of the extended family.

This seems different to the relatively common gane certificate which issued throughout the 19th century from the Customs Office in Bandon.

13th July 1848 Thomas Sweetnam, Catherine Vickery 30 Farmer Lismarrig Matthew and Elizabeth Connell, Murrahin, Kilcoe, (they married 1812), farmer John Vickery, Moses Caffey. Catherine Vickery, daughter of George Vickery and Frances Bryan )amcestor included Micahel Sullivan heart tax collector Bantry reputed direct descendant O’Sullivan bere married Mary Vickery whiddy c 1785), married Thomas Sweetnam in Caheragh parish church on 27 January 1848, she was recorded as living in the townland of Inchingerig. Sweetnam family historyhttp://learysweetnam.com/sweetnamfamilytree/Sweetnam%20Family%20History.pdf. Canadian descendant in Vancouver have a gun certificatre issueed to George Vickery 1848. Matthew Sweetnam came to Caheragh as Land Agent for the Newmans his brother Samuel took over Betsborough, Matthew goes blind at 50 Matthew living at Cloghane from 1845later Shanavala bureied Aughadown. Sweetnam family history



For one branch of Vickery family, Ballycomane Durrus: