1875.  Landed Court Sale of Samuel Townsend lands at Caheragh and Islands of East Calf, Doneen, Travans where tenants Make Large Quantities of Kelp from Seaweed.

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/07/1843-cases-of-trespass-for-seaweed-extraction-ballydehob-skibbereen-co-cork-magistrates-declining-jurisdiction-for-extraction-below-low-water-mark-2/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/01/31/gather-your-seaweed/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/09/07/legal-dispute-over-extraction-of-seaweed-at-friendly-cove-durrus-west-cork-1887/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/09/19/the-use-of-seaweed-in-farming-rights-to-harvest-seaweed-attaching-to-land-in-townlands-of-brahalish-and-rossmoe-durrus-west-cork-rev-caesar-otway-1822-on-seaweed-use-mount-gabrieldunbeacon/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/08/26/carrigin-coolnahorna-rossmore-durrus-west-cork-a-hint-of-pre-famine-agriculture-and-other-incorporeal-hereditaments/

Magistrate:

 

Samuel Townsend, Esq. DL?, Junior, Whitehall, Skibbereen. Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828, listed 1838,  sitting Skibbereen, 1835.  County Freeman of Cork City voting in Cork City Election 1837. Signed public declaration in Skibbereen to Alexander O’Driscoll on his removal as Magistrate 1835 with Lord Bantry, Simon White, John Puxley, Arthur Hutchins, Thomas Baldwin, Samuel Townsend Junior and Senior, Thomas Somerville, Richard Townsend Senior, Rev. Alleyn Evanson, Timothy O’Donovan, Richard Townsend, Lyttleton Lyster. Attending Famine Relief Meeting Dunmanway 1846.   Skibbereen 1847 as Reenadowna distress meeting. Attending Railway meeting Drimoleague 1856.  Bantry 1861, 1874 as Samuel R.,

 

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