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William Penn, (1644-1718), Early  Quaker, West Cork Estates.

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Courtesy Brian Limrick

P. 52-53

 

https://celt.ucc.ie/PennDocumentsChronological_edited.pdf

 

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Penn#Penn_in_Ireland_(1669%E2%80%931670)

Penn in Ireland (1669–1670)[edit]

In 1669[48] Penn travelled to Ireland to deal with many of his father’s estates. While there, he attended many meetings and stayed with leading Quaker families. He became a great friend of William Morris; a leading Quaker figure in Cork, and often stayed with Morris at Castle Salem near Rosscarbery.

IBAUNE AND BARRYROE (WEST CORK) Aghamilly 192 3 8 Abel Guilliams Carhow [North Carhow?] 309 3 8 Ballidtane alias Philip Maddox? Ballydowane 134 3 8 Curroe [South Carhow?] 183 2 16 John Southwell?100 Creaghmore 138 1 24 Derryduff and Kilronane 386 Adam Clarke at £24 per year Knocknephonery 94 Creaghbeg 129 David German Killeleine 100 William Freke at £22 per year Carrigroe 219 Earl of Barrymore at £20 per year Garranegoline 31 2 16 Kilkerranmore alias Edward Clarke at £40 per GortneshaMroge 89 2 32 year Gortnekerry 41 2 16 Bally McRedmond 133 3 Randall Warner? Ardquoky 65 John Wood? Courleigh 75 Walter Harris Keile and Derryvoreene 114 16 Edmund Nuce? Maugh 44 Edmund Nuce Sleiveene 93 32 William Freke? 100 See doc. 35, n. 244. 52 Sleveene 3 8 William Freke? Geiragh, Inchicarr, Cnockelloage and 180 Edmund Nuce? Dyrrinreene Creaboy 32 Farrane McShonig 40 Edmund Nuce? Total acreage: Imokilly 4496 acres, 18 perches plantation acres (Irish acres) 7272 acres, 1 perch English statutory measure (English acres) Ibaune and Barryroe 3000 acres, 24 perches plantation acres (Irish acres) 4859 acres, 3 rods, 3 perches English statutory measure (English acres)

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