West Cork History

Some Early Bantry Lawyers

Some Cork Lawyers:

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Bantry District Inspector area RIC
1819 Old Manor Pound referred to Memorial 528228
Manor Court John Jagoe’s evidence to Parliamentary Enquiry very poor reputation, Senescal a tanner, salary c £60-£80 per annum Probably arising from Lord Bantry as Lord of Manaor he directly appoints Seneschal. Manor of Altham, Beara, Granted by Charles 2 to the then Earl of Anglesea, later controlled by the White/Lord Bantry. Manor of Bantry: Patent 1679. Earl of Bantry. Manor of Donemark: Under Earl of Kenmare Reference is made to the 1679 report of the Lieutenant General of Ireland, the Earl of
Ormond, proposing the creation of two manors in favour of Anglesea. The manors are granted by king’s
chancery roll of 6 February 1679, creating the Manor of Bantry and the manor of Altham. The present deed
confirms that and grants demenses in each manor to Anglesea…

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