The Dr. Albert Casey of Birmingham, Alabama, collection has the details as does the accounts of the Estate on the Irish Manuscripts Commission site online.

 

 

1741.  Major Tenants on Kenmare Estate Bantry District, Tim Casey, Newtown £18, David Gallwey, Glaunreagh,  Dromsullivan £47, James Gallwey, Donemark £38, Patrick Gallway Gurteenroe £22,  Richard Goodwin, Beversham Harman, Laheran £15, Thomas Hutchins, Ballylickey, £19, Gilbert Mellefont, Donemark ,£38, Rev. Thomas Miller, Reendonegan, £43, Michael Murphy, Donemark, £18,  Rev. Richard Schofield, Ards and Coomleigh, £28, William Sullivan, Ards, £53, Richard Tobin, Donemark Mills, £3, John Young, Direenkollig, £5,

Tim Casey, Newtown £18,

David Gallwey, Glaunreagh,  Dromsullivan £47, James Gallwey, Donemark £38, Patrick Gallway Gurteenroe £22,

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/19/genealogy-of-david-gallwey-bantry-west-cork-son-of-henry-and-mary-mccarthy-conformed-to-the-church-of-ireland-1770-adjutant-bantry-volunteers-left-for-lisbon-son-consul-for-portugal-in-cork-anc/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/05/21/1742-kenmare-estate-in-bantry-area-collection-of-rents-by-james-galwey-of-cork-and-depositing-them-in-hoares-and-development-of-18th-century-cork-banking/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/02/28/1700-claims-entered-of-lands-forfeit-by-rebellion-in-baronies-of-bere-and-bantry-and-carbery-west-cork-with-chichester-house-dublin/

Richard Goodwin,

Beversham Harman, Laheran £15,

https://durrushistory.com/2014/08/30/petition-from-john-winspeare-c-1648-shipwright-living-near-bantry-bay-west-cork-timber-for-staves-propositions-for-felling/

Robert Winispeare probably Carrigbui (Durrus), Deed 1724, names Beversham Harman, Lahern, Hutchins also probably involved in timber trade and fishing.

Thomas Hutchins, Ballylickey, £19,

Gilbert Mellefont, Donemark,£38,

https://durrushistory.com/2016/11/23/proceedings-at-the-high-court-of-justice-at-dublin-and-cork-1652-1654-for-trying-irish-catholics-arising-from-rising-of-1641-mentioned-belgooly-bandon-garretstown-included-triall-jo/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/04/01/mellifonts-of-donemark-bantry-west-cork/

Rev. Thomas Miller, Reendonegan, £43,

Michael Murphy, Donemark, £18.

https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/19/1822-local-fishery-committees-kinsale-clonakilty-glandore-baltimore-crookhaven-for-bantry-timothy-odonovan-jp-odonovans-cove-durrus-michael-osullivan-rev-edward-jones-alcock-rect/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/12/17/early-19th-century-political-figures-in-bantry-and-carbery-district-tithes-cess-payments-baronial-constables-drivers-village-pounds/

Rev. Richard Schofield, Ards and Coomleigh, £28, William Sullivan, Ards, £53.

Shofields of Dunmanway associated wit Fenwicks/Blairs/Whites in acquiring lands for Hollow Blade Company.  Possible Sullivan a Bandon/Dunmanway attorney possibly married into Shofields.

Richard Tobin, Dnemark Mills, £3.

There were a number of Richard Tobins later in Kicrohane including the well known “King’ Tobin.

John Young, Direenkollig, £5,

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/20/1799-general-plummer-young-c-1740-bantry-born-siege-of-seringapatam-india-and-extended-bantry-young-family-fish-merchants-land-owners-apothecaries-and-doctors-in-bantry-since-c-1600/