The article in now available online: 1845-7

These records were transcribed in 1946 by T. Shea and published in the 1946 issue of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society.  

http://www.corkhist.ie/wp-content/uploads/jfiles/1946/b1946-006.pdf

It was based on the record lent to him by William Daunt of Deriga House, Ballineen.  His uncle Mr. Daunt was secretary of the Society and presumable maintained the records including the townland of the member.

Landlords have enjoyed a bad press in Ireland,.  However n West Cork, some and their agent were anxious to promote modern agriculture, new crops, selective breeding, instructors.  The various Agricultural Societies normally have a large Landlord representation.

Manch

Conner, possibly not a member but gave speeches.  The Conners/Connor/O’Connors were agents for the Devonshire Estate but dismissed for alleged malpractice in granting favourable leases to relations.  The family may be a scion of the ancient irish O’Conor family or London merchants Conner.  Over the years individuals were involved in civil affairs some loyalist some nationalist. The line survives through the Fawcetts

Aghyohill, Clonakilty

Pat Walsh, family there 1946

Ardkillen, Enniskeane

  1. Crowley, family there 1946
  2. Deasy,  family gone 1946
  3. Hurley,  family there 1946
  4. Hurley,  family there 1946
  5. Mahony,  family there 1946

Jeremiah Mahony,  family there 1946

  1. Sullivan,  family there 1946
  2. Sullivan,  family there 1946

Ardkitt, Enniskeane

..  O’Donovan, family there 1946

Ballineen

  1. Crowley, family there 1946

John Culnane, family there 1946

  1. Daunt, family gone 1946
  2. Fuller, family gone 1946

…  Godsell, family gone 1946

  1. Jagoe, family gone 1946

John Schofield, family gone 1946

Bandon  

Lord Viscount Bandon, family gone 1946

Hon, H. B. Bernard, family gone 1946

Hon, Rev. C. B. Bernard, family gone 1946

Mr. Thomas

Kilountain, Bandon

Pearse Appelbe,  family there 1946

…  Barrett, family gone 1946

Knocks, Ballinascarty

…. Bateman, family gone 1946

John Brien

  1. Buckley
  2. McCarthy
  3. McCarthy

James O’Donovan

  1. Sullivan

Garranelahan, Ballinascarthy

John Donovan   

Gerah, Macroom?

…. Donovan, family there 1946

Gortenroe, Macroom?

  1. Daunt,  family gone 1946
  2. Daunt,   family gone 1946

Keel, Innishannon

…  Brennan,   family gone 1946

  1. Kelleher,   family gone 1946
  2. Kiely,   family gone 1946

Keelnameala, Ballineen

  1. Wood,   family gone 1946
  2. Wood,  family gone 1946

Kilmacsimon, Bandon

Thomas Flynn, family gone 1946

… Harrington, family gone 1946

Pat Sullivan, family gone 1946

Keelnarovanagh, Maconleigh, Macroom

Sam Bateman,  family gone 1946

  1. Desmond, family there 1946

… Hurley, family there 1946

James Kent, family there 1946

…de Long

T .Woods, family gone 1946

… Warrington

Pat Sullivan

Kildarra, Bandon

  1. Teape, family there 1946

Maulrarouga

..  Bateman,

.. Horrigan, family gone 1946

.. Hennigan, family gone 1946

  1. Leary, family gone 1946
  2. Murphy, family there 1946
  3. Sealy, family gone 1946

Moneygaff, Coppeen

  1. Buttimer, family there 1946

Jer Crowley, family there 1946

Pat Connelly, family gone 1946

..  Griffin, family gone 1946

Richard Hurley, family there 1946

James Leary, family there 1946

  1. Mahony, family there 1946
  2. Mahony, family there 1946
  3. Murphy, family there 1946
  4. Nyhan, family there 1946
  5. Shorten, family there 1946
  6. Shorten, family there 1946

Tim Sullivan, family there 1946

  1. Sullivan, family there 1946

Redmond Walsh, family gone 1946

Phale, Ballineen

Lord Carbery (Freke/Evans also in Castlefreke extensive estates in Clonakilty, Ballydehob, Durrus), family gone 1946

Raharoon, Bandon/Kilbrittain

  1. Brennan, family there 1946

.. Walsh, family there 1946

Shanaway, Ballineen

Thomas Clerk, family gone 1946

… Hurley, family gone 1946

Owen McCarthy, family gone 1946

  1. Manning, family gone 1946

..  Nyhan, family gone 1946

… Perrott, family gone 1946

… Sealy, family gone 1946

  1. Sheehan, family gone 1946
  2. Sheehan, family gone 1946
  3. Sheehan, family gone 1946

… Williams, family gone 1946

Knockfenora

… Brien, family there 1946

  1. Sullivan, family there 1946

Slaveen, Clonakilty

… Bennett,  family gone 1946

… Casey

Knockaneady, Ballineen

.. Schofield, family gone 1946

Knockroe, Innishannon

Tomes, Macroom

  1. Buckley, family there 1946

Ballymoney

Rev. Robert Meade (Meades one of the ancient families of Cork),  family gone 1946

Ballykissane

  1. Buckley
  2. Duane
  3. Murphy

Ballymountain, Innishannon

…  Falvey,  family gone 1946

Ballyowrane, Caheragh

An outlier of The Western Bandon Estate

  1. Crowley, family there 1946
  2. Crowley, family there 1946, the Ballyourane  Crowleys were among the largest tenant farmers in Carbery.  Jerry and James Crowley of North St., Skibbereen Apothecaries, 1810s on  probably of that line. DNA connects to Beechers, Evans, Young.
  3. Donoghue, family there 1946

Con Driscoll, family there 1946

John Driscoll, family there 1946

  1. Hurley, family there 1946
  2. Keohane, family there 1946

Dan MacCarthy, family there 1946

  1. MacCarthy, as transcribed, family there 1946
  2. MacCarthy, family there 1946

… Mahony (c 1850 some of the Crowleys and O’Mahonys are moved to Ahagouna, Durrus,  as Lord Bandon recovers Durrus estate), family there 1946

  1. Sullivan, family there 1946

Ballytrasna, Kilmurray

… Gash,  family gone 1946

  1. Kelleher, family there 1946
  2. Lyons, family there 1946

George Wiseman,  family gone 1946

Bohana, Clonakilty

  1. Buttimer, family there 1946

George Moore,  family gone 1946

Breaghina

John Hurley, family there 1946

Caledon

Miss Alexander (a visitor may be related to Co.Tyrone family at Caledon)

Carrigroe, Enniskeane,/Ballinascarthy

  1. Crowley, family there 1946

James Keeffe,  family gone 1946

  1. Long,  family gone 1946
  2. Quirke,  family gone 1946
  3. Quirke,  family gone 1946
  4. Quirke,  family gone 1946

Carrigmore

… Lysaght,  family gone 1946

Castlebernard, Bandon

..  Bell,  family gone 1946

..   Smith,  family gone 1946

Castletown, Dunmanway?

  1. Appelbe, family gone 1946
  2. Chinnery, family there 1946
  3. Cummins, family gone 1946
  4. Fuller, family gone 1946
  5. Fuller, family gone 1946

Thomas Godsell, family gone 1946

…  Moore, family there 1946

  1. Noonan, family gone 1946
  2. Northridge, family gone 1946.  Dunmanway Northridges reputed to come from Ballinascarty. When they moved they took two Deasy brothers, Ploughmen with them said to be origin of Dunmanway Deasys
  3. Shorten, family gone 1946
  4. Swanton, family gone 1946

..  Wood, family gone 1946

Curragh, Kilmurray

  1. Donoghue, family there 1946

Church Hill

… Longfield, family gone 1946

Clodagh, probably Kilmurray

Denis MacCarthy, family there 1946

Denis Murphy,  family there 1946

Clonakilty

  1. H. Appelby,  family there 1946

Coppeen

… Costello, family gone 1946

… Damery,  family there 1946

Dan Hurley,  family there 1946

Crookstown  

  1. Murphy, family there 1946

Curourane

James Collins, family gone 1946

John Collins, family gone 1946

  1. Hurley, family gone 1946

Derry

John Culnane,  family there 1946

John Smith, family gone 1946

Derrygra, Enniskeane

  1. Burchill, family gone 1946
  2. Crowley, family there 1946

..  Daunt, family there 1946

John Harris, family gone 1946

John Sullivan,  family gone 1946

Tim Sullivan,  family gone 1946

Dromduff, possibly Manch

… Kearney, family there 1946

Dunmanway

General Shouldom, (Landlord), family gone 1946, Shouldoms descend from Shouldam/McCarthy wherein Shouldham acquired part of McCarthy Dunmanway Estates,  she appears shortly after in the Convert Rolls

  1. Shouldom, family gone 1946

Mrs. Shouldom, family gone 1946

Enniskeane

  1. Halliburton, family gone 1946

Rev. Mr. Sherrard, family gone 1946

.. Therane, family gone 1946

Farran, Macroom

… Murray, family there 1946

Gaggin, Bandon

  1. Tanner, family gone 1946