1718.  Will of James O’Hea, Killkeirane, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, be be Buried in Ancestral Tomb, Timoleague, O’Heas in Convert Rolls.

On the forfeiture of O’Hea lands due to rebellion some held in  trust by Townsend family on their behalf. later substantial lot of townlands let on favourable terms

 Copied by Welply Prior to 1911 Destruction.

In Dr. Casey Collection.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlker/pdf/caseyaid.pdf

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O’Hea Magistrates:

James O’Hea, 1795, Greenfield.  1791 Meeting as ‘James Hea’, at Kings Arms Tavern Cork of Members of Hanover Association (Landowners/Magistrates) re Whiteboys.

John O’Hea Esq, -1847), listed 1838, Shannon Square, Clonakilty.  1828 seeking reform of House of Commons.  Honoria Deasy who was a Daughter of Rickard Deasy married John O’Hea (Magistrate from 1838-1843) in 1826  and they had 10 children, the youngest Alfred who was born in 1847 just a few months before the death of his father. Resigned 1843 over dismissal of Magistrates for attending Repeal Meetings.  Testimonial of John O’Hea, Esq., 1847 distribution for Clonakilty of New England Relief Committee Famine Relief. Died Clonakilty, Co. Cork, 1847.  Included Thomas Allen, JP, Allin and Co Shannonvale, James Redmond Barry Fishery Commissioner JP Glandore, W.J.F. Barry son of Redmond Glandore, Rev. J. Beamish Kilmalooda, Francis Bennett Clonakilty, William Bennett Clonakilty, John Callaghan Clonakilty, Daniel Clanchy, JP, Charleville,  John Coghlan Clonakilty,  James Comyn Cobh, C. Connell and Co Ballinascarty, J.Nelson Crofts Clonakilty, Eyre Croke Croker Ballyra, Thomas Deasy Clonakilty, Patrick Desmond Clonakilty,  Richard Dennehy, John Donovan Clonakilty, Jeremiah Donovan brother of Rickard Midleton, Rickard Donovan, Clerk of Crown (State Solicitor) Cork, Joseph Dugan Clonakilty, William Ffolliott, M.D. Clonakilty, Henry Franks Clonakilty (Probably of extended Kearney Garretstown House family), Alexander Grant Clonakilty, P.B. Grifin, G.F.Hardy Cork, Miss Anne Gallwey Kilkerran, Charles Gallwey Kilcoleman, Michael Gallwey JP KIlkieran House, Henry Gallwey Greenfield, William Gallwey Kilcoleman, Major Hill Late 54th Regiment Clonakilty, Daniel Kelly Clonakilty, M. Irwin Clonakilty, J.E Lucas Ring Clonakilty, Dr. Lucas Richsfordstown, O.H.Marmion, Skibbereen, Nicholas Daniel  Murphy, Cork, Major J.H.O. Moore, 35th Regiment Jersey,   Daniel McCarthy Skibbereen,  John McCarthy Clonakilty, T. McCarthy Downing Solicitor, Skibbereen,  Richard Boyle Norcott Skibbereen, F.J. Power Bank Manager Clonakilty, Rev. J. Quarry, Clonakilty, Patrick Scott Dublin, William Scott Mamore House, Rev. Henry Stewart Rathbarry, James Sweeny Clonakilty, Daniel Sullivan Clonakilty, James Toohig Clonakilty, Winispeare Toye Clonakilty, T.R. Wright Solicitor Clonakilty.

Michael O’Hea, 1895, Rock Cottage, Timoleague, listed 1913.

The following O’Heas appear in the convert rolls:

Daniel O’Hea 1739, in front of Bishop and the on 20th May in Carrigrohane Church Maziere Brady quotes Peter Woodhouse, Vicar Corke, Cork and Ross ons of James O’Hea of Kilkeran who died in 1721 and his second wife Mary Donovan.
Richard O’Hea recanted 21th November, 1731
Emmanuel O’Hea recanted 21th Oct 1733
Daniel O’Hea recanted twice on 19th May 1739 and again on 20th May
Kieran O’Hea recanted 30 April, 1758
John O’Hea recanted 20 January, 1760
THE O’h-Aodha family (anglicised O’Hea, Hay, Hayes, and Hughes) derives its name and descent from Aodh (or Hugh), the ninth son of Cas, who is No. 91 on the “O’Brien, Kings of Thomond” pedigree. They were formerly Chiefs of Muscry-Luachra, a territory in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick, whence a branch of the sept removed into Carbry in Cork, where they became possessed of the lands called Pobble-O’Hea. Dr. O’Donovan says that Muscry-Luachra bordered on Sliabh Luachra, in Kerry; and that the river Avonmore had its source in this district.
Emmanuel O’Hea, Gent. 1733 Cork, Probably in greater Clonakilty area The Christian name Emmanuel is asociated with the neighbouring family of Spiller may be a connection Recanted at St. finbarrs 1733. He married Charlotte Scarborough in 1733.
James was very shrewd as he had settled the lands on his family in 1703 when they were mostly under aged and could not recant until they reached the age of 21. Of course, they all recanted later probably to hold on to their lands. His will of 1717 is mainly a list of personal gifts including some cattle which was customary at the time to give.
Maziere Brady. ons of James O’Hea of Kilkeran who died in 1721 and his second wife Mary Donovan.
Richard O’Hea recanted 21th November, 1731
Emmanuel O’Hea recanted 21th Oct 1733
Daniel O’Hea recanted twice on 19th May 1739 and again on 20th May
Kieran O’Hea recanted 30 April, 1758
John O’Hea recanted 20 January, 1760
John O’Hea, Gent. 1760 Parish Rathbarry/Kilkerin Ross To let demesne of Garagh one mile from Kinsale apply John O’Hea Carrigroe, Clonakilty or Miss Ann germayne, Hamond’s Marsh Cork evening Post 10th December 1767 ons of James O’Hea of Kilkeran who died in 1721 and his second wife Mary Donovan.
Richard O’Hea recanted 21th November, 1731
Emmanuel O’Hea recanted 21th Oct 1733
Daniel O’Hea recanted twice on 19th May 1739 and again on 20th May
Kieran O’Hea recanted 30 April, 1758
John O’Hea recanted 20 January, 1760
James was very shrewd as he had settled the lands on his family in 1703 when they were mostly under aged and could not recant until they reached the age of 21. Of course, they all recanted later probably to hold on to their lands. His will of 1717 is mainly a list of personal gifts including some cattle which was customary at the time to give.
John O’Hea, Gent. 1733 Carrigane, Co. Cork
Kearan O’Hea 1758 Kilkeran Ross ons of James O’Hea of Kilkeran who died in 1721 and his second wife Mary Donovan.
Richard O’Hea recanted 21th November, 1731
Emmanuel O’Hea recanted 21th Oct 1733
Daniel O’Hea recanted twice on 19th May 1739 and again on 20th May
Kieran O’Hea recanted 30 April, 1758
John O’Hea recanted 20 January, 1760
James was very shrewd as he had settled the lands on his family in 1703 when they were mostly under aged and could not recant until they reached the age of 21. Of course, they all recanted later probably to hold on to their lands. His will of 1717 is mainly a list of personal gifts including some cattle which was customary at the time to give.
Mary O’Hea 1760 Skibbereen Ross
Richard O’Hea, Gent 1731 Dublin Ross Sons of James O’Hea of Kilkeran who died in 1721 and his second wife Mary Donovan.
Richard O’Hea recanted 21th November, 1731
Emmanuel O’Hea recanted 21th Oct 1733
Daniel O’Hea recanted twice on 19th May 1739 and again on 20th May
Kieran O’Hea recanted 30 April, 1758
John O’Hea recanted 20 January, 1760
James was very shrewd as he had settled the lands on his family in 1703 when they were mostly under aged and could not recant until they reached the age of 21. Of course, they all recanted later probably to hold on to their lands. His will of 1717 is mainly a list of personal gifts including some cattle which was customary at the time to give.
Thomas O’Hea, gent. 1757 Rathbarry/Kilkeran Ross