1840, Reports on Local Loan funds Ballydehob, Dunmanway, West Cork and summaries of Expenditure Baltimore, Bandon, Ballineen, Berehaven, Castlehaven, Crookhaven with Honorary Corresponding Officer.




The comments re Ballydehob echo the comment of of John  Jagoe Bantry re evils of Manor Courts one of which sat with a Seneschal at Ballydehob.





William Lemuel Shuldham Esq -1839)., Coolkelure, Dunmanway.  Listed 1835.  1833 Grand Jury Inspector with Hungerford into Ballydehob Dispensary.   Sitting Dunmanway 1835, Refusal to convict those accused of firing at Orange Parade in Dunmanway regarded as partisan.  1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837. Set up Dunmanway local loan fund.  In the chancel of Dunmanway Church s a handsome 3-light window, presented by the late O’Donovan, D.L., as a memorial of his brother-in-law, William Lemuel Shuldham, and his wife. There are mural tablets to the Cox family and others.  Reverend Morgan Ó Donovan; (1769-1839) M.A., T.C.D.; Rector of Dunderrow, County Cork; s. as The Ó Donovan on the death of General Richard Ó Donovan (ancestor of the present Colonel The Ó Donovan) in 1829. He married, November, 1795, Alicia, daughter of William Jones, Esquire, of Cork, and had issue two sons (for whom see Burke’s Landed Gentry) and a daughter, Eleanor, who married, 1839, William Lemuel Shuldham, son of Arthur Lemuel Shuldham, of Dunmanway, County Cork, and of Deerpark, County Devon (Kings’ Dragoon Guards; Lieut.-Colonel East Devon Yeomanry Cavalry; D.L. for County Down), and of his first wife, Catherine Maria, daughter of Sir William Anderson, 6th Bart., of Broughton, and Lea Hall, County Lincoln.