Co. Cork Tree Register 1790-1866.


Courtesy Cork Historical and Archaeological Society.


The listing throws up names of those many of who are unknown but obvious substantial people at the one.

Just one example:

Jeremiah O’Connell Esq., Bantry

1840 Secretary Bantry O’Connell Annuity. 1841 vote based on £50 freehold at Upper Lissane.   1842 Secretary of delegation to Lord Mayor of Dublin, Daniel O’Connell with John O’Hea, JP, Clonakilty to address Tory opposition.  1843 letting of Deendonegah House then occupied by Arthur Hutchinson JP contact Jeremiah O’Connell Esq. 1843 dinner for Alderman Lyons, Cork with other leading Liberal figures.  Married 1845 Mary Frances daughter of Daniel Murphy, Bellville, Cork by her uncle Dr. Murphy. 1845 Provisional Committee Bantry to Bandon Railway.  Signed Testimonial to Resident Magistrate, John Gore Jones, Bantry, 1844.  Banquet for Liberator in Cork 1845 Address from West Carbery and Bantry by Father Thomas Barry, with Father Freeman, Jeremiah O’Connell, John O’Connell, Bantry, McCarthy Downing, Solicitor, Skibbereen, Daniel Welply Skibbereen.   Distributing  in Bantry New England Famine Relief 1847. 1850 Ivy Cottage, Bantry. Not sure if same, Jeremiah O’Connell, Esq., J.P., of Beach House, Bantry, co. Cork.  Died 1878, at St. Mary’s, Frankfort-avenue, Rathgar, County Dublin.   1845 entered planting of 2,250 trees on Tree Register.


Register of Trees, Co. Cork, 1800