West Cork History

Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier 28 June 1832

1832.  20,000 at Great Anti-Tithe Meeting Bantry.  Parishes of Caheragh, Kilcrohane, Kilmoe, Schull, Chaired by John Hamilton White Esq., Dromore House, Addressed by Father Michael Barry, Parish Priest Bantry, , Father Michael Begley, arrived with party from Kilmoe (Ballydehob) with a Green Banner welcomed with a Loud ‘Céad Míle Fáilte’,  William O’Sullivan Esq., Carriganass Castle, his son Master O’Sullivan aged 16, Richard Young, Protestant Gentlemen, Independent and Public Minded. Mr. O’Regan.

Father Barry:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/17TvUaEsc_gmO8G5Z3DEj-trcNHtU07D2x-2MLm28Rsg/edit#

William O’Sullivan  Esq., Carriganass Castle, a Middle Man on either the Bantry of Kenmare estate.

John Hamilton White Esq of the Lord Bantry family.

Richard Young probably of the fish merchant and land owning family in Bantry since early 17th century.

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