1850 Rescue in Dunmanus Bay, West Cork of Mountaineer, 869 Tonnes, 35 Days out of Quebec and later 1862 Sale of Salvage by Receiver of Wreck, Thomas H. Love, Skibbereen.





1850 Rescue in Dunmanus Bay, West Cork of Mountaineer, 869 Tonnes, 35 Days out of Quebec and later Sale of Salvage

Dunbeacon station referred to was The Station heights later a locus of music and dance after the Coastguard left.

Courtesy Peter Evans.

Dr O’Donovan referred to is likely to be below Magistrate, his brothers Timothy and Richard of O’Donovan’s Cove adn Fort Lodge both Magistrates.

Dr. Daniel O’Donovan 1818, Norton Cottage, Skibbereen, listed 1838, son Richard Esq. O’Donovan Cove, and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Fond of dogs.  Father? of Dr. O’Donovan author History of Carbery.  Brother of Timothy and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP. Daniel O’Donovan MD has land in Knockeens, Glanroon in Griffiths.  Rented Ahakista Cottage from Charles Evanson.  He was married to a sister of Rickard Deasy of the Clonakilty brewing family, MP. and Attorney General for Ireland and later Judge. Subscriber at Woodview, Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837.

SOURCE:- The Cork Southern Reporter Dec 19 1850


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WRECK sale of timber (1)