https://www.google.ie/maps/dir/Crookhaven//@51.485886,-9.7089671,13z/data=!4m8!4m7!1m5!1m1!1s0x48458598cbd7f471:0xa00c7a99731a1a0!2m2!1d-9.7260407!2d51.4684006!1m0

Rev.Paul Limrick legal Action c 1725 re Glebe of Crookhaven,

In the court case concerning the glebe in Crookhaven, Paul wrote “Crookhaven is eight miles of barbarous road from Skull, and in winter, though I take horse before day, I can scarce reach Crookhaven by 12 o’clock. I am obliged immediately, without refreshing myself, to take horse and ride in the night to get home, for there is not in the whole parish a bed a man can lie on, or a morsel to be eaten…”

Later road built:

https://durrushistory.com/2015/06/29/griffith/

People mentioned: Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, ordained in Cork 1618, fled to England in Rising 1641 and died there, Thadeus Coghlan son to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan husband to Sarah, Richard Coghlan, Mrs. Sarah Coghlan, 80, married to Thadeus son to Rev. Demetrius, Mary Coghlan granddaughter by her mother to Mary Coghlan alias Spain whose grandfather was the proprietor of 8 Gneeves at Crookhaven, Donagh McWilliam Coghlan, Proctor to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan. Jeremy/Jeremiah Coghlan, great grandson to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, probably Attorney, Seneschal of Dungarvan Manager with Andrew Crotty of Devonshire Estate Waterford, married Miss Evanson Durrus. Brigid Limrick daughter of Rev. Paul married Benjamin Sullivan, self styled Ó Sullivan Mór, Attorney Cork and Clerk of Crown Cork and Waterford mother of Sir Benjamin Sullivan, Judge of Supreme Court, Madras, India, Colonel Henry Becher grandfather of Henry Becher built a  fish palace c 1650 east of Crookhaven Church in opposition to Richard Hull.  Darby Mahony 62, son of Teige Mahony, agent, driver to Sir Richard Hull, Gibson moved to a farm on favourable terms by Hull suggestion he was illegitimate son (that it was a pig of his own sow), John Cullane, Mason c 1650,

The Coghlans are probably of pre Celtic stock.  They had been vassals to the O’Mahonys later were aligned to Richard  Boyle, Great Earl of Cork and had at least one estate in Carrigaline in their own right. Later many were clergy in the Church Of Ireland and intermarried with local gentry.

Thanks to Brain Limrick:

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People mentioned: Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, ordained in Cork 1618, fled to England in Rising 1641 and died there, Thadeus Coghlan son to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan husband to Sarah, Richard Coghlan, Mrs. Sarah Coghlan, 80, married to Thadeus son to Rev. Demetrius, Mary Coghlan granddaughter by her mother to Mary Coghlan alias Spain whose grandfather was the proprietor of 8 Gneeves at Crookhaven, Donagh McWilliam Coghlan, Proctor to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan.

https://durrushistory.com/2016/02/26/case-in-cork-assizes-1844-arising-from-lands-at-carrigmanus-of-charles-coughlan-great-grand-father-of-ann-jagoe-and-alice-dowe-his-son-richard-married-miss-driscoll-1768-and-made-a-settlement-litig/

Jeremy/Jeremiah Coghlan, great grandson to Rev. Demetrius O’Coghlan, probably Attorney, Seneschal of Dungarvan Manager with Andrew Crotty of Devonshire Estate Waterford, married Miss Evanson Durrus.

Brigid Limrick daughter of Rev. Paul married Benjamin Sullivan, self styled Ó Sullivan Mór, Attorney Cork and Clerk of Crown Cork and Waterford mother of Sir Benjamin Sullivan, Judge of Supreme Court, Madras, India, Colonel Henry Becher grandfather of Henry Becher built a  fish palace c 1650 east of Crookhaven Church in opposition to Richard Hull.  Darby Mahony 62, son of Teige Mahony, agent, driver to Sir Richard Hull, Gibson moved to a farm on favourable terms by Hull suggestion he was illegitimate son (that it was a pig of his own sow), John Cullane, Mason c 1650,

https://durrushistory.com/2015/10/19/1700-dives-downey-on-kilmoe-ballydehobschullcrookhaven-west-cork-lands-recently-forfeit-by-coppinger-and-omahony-now-hull-bishop-of-cork-colonel-beecher-earl-of-cork-in-crookhaven-arthur/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/11/28/sale-in-1729-of-lands-by-lord-burlington-jeremhjeremiah-coughlan-from-carrigmanus-agebt-to-richard-tonson-for-3882-including-one-ploughland-town-and-lands-of-shannyvoghwora-ballydehob-422-engl/