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1814, Died On Passage from Bristol Where he Had Been for the Recovery of His Health, D. O’Sullivan, Cameatringen, Berehaven, Co. Cork, First Catholic Appointed Magistrate since Reign of Queen Anne, Captain of Berehaven Loyal Infantry, Descended From One of The Princely Branches of O’Sullivan Beare.

Cork Magistrates:

 

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Courtesy CHAS, 1904.

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Eugene O’Sullivan B.A., 1909, Millcove, Berehaven, Brooklyn House, Cantebury, Kent,  and Riversdale House, Coachford, listed 1913,  listed 1921. Possibly grandson of ‘Big’ Patrick O’Sullivan, Millcove, Agent to Lord Bantry. An earlier Eugene O’Sullivan possibly father was proposed

Herbert Baldwin O’Sullivan, 1869, Clollina House, Rathlegh, Macroom.. Parents probably John O’Sullivan, Esq.,  Cametringane House, Beara and Mary Ann only daughter of Herbert Baldwin married 1833.  Resident, £50. Land record,  Carrigaphuca, Macroom, 1870, 2,410 acres.  The name occurs as Attorney, Macroom.  Subscriber Cusack’s History 1875.

John O’Sullivan, Cametringane, Berehaven.  Attending Great Meeting re Poor Law in 1840, Bantry.  Married 1833 Mary Ann only daughter of Herbert Baldwin. Richard O’Donovan, JP. Durrus married his sister Maria O’Sullivan on the 15th October 1833, her father was Murty Óg, of Ceimatringane House, Castletownbere.  By their marriage the ancient honourable and distinguished house of O’Donovan Carbery and O’Sullivan Bere are linked together, the mailed hand is now bound to protect and succour the gentle robin’ (Cork Constitution).  Dead by 1847 when Florence McCarthy JP appointed receiver to estate with significant liabilities. Father of Herbert Baldwin O’Sullivan, JP 1863, Clonilla House, Macroom.   May be Captain O’Sullivan 1824 referred to by Alexander Nimmo as nly Magistrate in areas successor to O’Sullivan Beare holding large areas under Lord Bantry and Hedges Eyre. Disquiet expressed at as to whether his labourers paid in money or rent receipts.

John O’Sullivan, Cametringane, Berehaven.  Attending Great Meeting re Poor Law in 1840, Bantry.  Married 1833 Mary Ann only daughter of Herbert Baldwin. Richard O’Donovan, JP. Durrus married his sister Maria O’Sullivan on the 15th October 1833, her father was Murty Óg, of Ceimatringane House, Castletownbere.  By their marriage the ancient honourable and distinguished house of O’Donovan Carbery and O’Sullivan Bere are linked together, the mailed hand is now bound to protect and succour the gentle robin’ (Cork Constitution).  Dead by 1847 when Florence McCarthy JP appointed receiver to estate with significant liabilities. Father of Herbert Baldwin O’Sullivan, JP 1863, Clonilla House, Macroom.   May be Captain O’Sullivan 1824 referred to by Alexander Nimmo as nly Magistrate in areas successor to O’Sullivan Beare holding large areas under Lord Bantry and Hedges Eyre. Disquiet expressed at as to whether his labourers paid in money or rent receipts.

 

William O’Sullivan Junior, Carriganass Castle, Bantry.   1850.  On recommendation of Earl of Bandon superseded after two days. Called to the Bar 1844.  In 1848 seizing cattle at Scart, Bantry for alleged overdue rent to his father William  Esq., with Daniel, John and Cornelius Manning and Eugene and Stephen Sullivan he was imprisoned for 3 months and fined £20 for assault.  Assisting 1848 Henry J. Fawcett, Practical Instructor on Husbandry of Visit to Bantry, father’s land being drained.   Prosecuted in Cork for criminal libel.  Sister married Barrett who took over estate.  Father acquired estate from David Mellefont, Donemark in 1817.  

 

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