Hungerford Family of Cahermore, Rosscarbery, Genealogy
Courtesy Rosscarbery Historical Society 1999.
Richard Becher Hungerford, Ballyrisard, Goleen, listed 1875, Skibbereen, subscriber Dr. Daniel Donovan ‘History of Carbery, 1876.
Henry Jones Hungerford, TCD, 1856, Cahermore House, Rosscarbery, Resident, £454, 1870 return 3,532 acres. Henry Jones Hungerford, the last effective owner and resident landlord of the Cahirmore Estate. He qualified as a Barrister and had little interest in the Estate. His income from rental was foolishly spent and on his death the Land Commission took it over. Mary Boone Cowper Hungerford. Wife of Henry Jones Hungerford. (1870).. They had nine children most of whom emigrated. At the time of its destruction in 1921 Cahermore was owned by a merchant named Regan, who had purchased the property from representatives of the Hungerford family “some years” after the death of Henry J. Hungerford, J.P. Probably father 1863. We Hope We May Never See Carbery Without A Pack of Hounds. Dinner to Henry Jones Hungerford Esq., Cahermore, Rosscarbery, West Cork.
Launcelot Hungerford, 1865-1939 Resident Magistrate, Busselton, Western Australia. Born Cahermore, Rosscarbery. Doctor went to Australia. For two years he was district medical officer at Dongara, and was then transferred to Busselton, where, in addition to being resident medical officer, he was also the resident magistrat. Cahermore, Rosscarbery, parents Henry Jones Hungerford, Mary Boon Cooper. Died 2 February 1939; buried at the Karrakatta Cemetery in Perth, Western Australia , Anglican
Richard Beecher Hungerford, probably son of, 1793 19 July Morning Herald “Married on Monday 8th Inst at St James, Bath, Richard Hungerford of the Island to Miss (Frances Eyre) Becher, dau of Richard Becher, Esq of Hollybrook, Co Cork”, Presentment sessions Ballydehob 1845, listed 1875-6, Ballyrisode House, Goleen. 1870 return 638 acres. Daughter probably married Matthew Sweetnam, Leamcon House, Schull, Magistrate.
Thomas Hungerford Esq., 1767, Union Hall. Ancestor Captain Thomas Hungerford, of Farley, Somorset, settled in Cork where he was married in 1640. The Census of 1659 shows him as owner of Croaghna and Gortngrenane (Rathbarry area) with a population of 2 English and 13 Irish. He purchased considerable estates in the Rosscarbery area and on 28th October 1674 purchased Rathbarry Castle from Edward Williams. Died 1680-81, buried in Rosscarbery Cathedral where there is a monument to him. His son Richard left Rathbarry in 1691 and occupied the Island of Inchidoney, Clonakilty. (Tuckey’s Cork Remembrancer) – AD 1772 – Feb. 24 – About three o clock this morning, the house of Thomas Hungerford, esquire, and the King’s stores at Glandore, were attacked by a great number of armed men, in order to rescue a cargo of tobacco; they were however beaten off by Mr. Hungerford, assisted by a party from the Thunderbolt cutter. Several of the persons who made the attack were wounded.
Thomas Hungerford Esq, TCD, Island House, Clonakilty. Thomas Hungerford (1789-1861). He established the present day estate of Cahirmore and married Alicia Jones, the daughter of a landed family from Glandore. 1817 Freemason Skibbereen. Thomas Hungerford, Cahirmore, County Cork, to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, 7 August 1823, enclosing petition of Hungerford, to Richard Wellesley, 1st marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, referring to the distress of the peasantry in his district, and emphasising his belief in the benefits of establishing the linen trade on a permanent basis in the area. Requests a government loan of £3,000 to reclaim 300 acres of his own unimproved land for the cultivation of flax, and to establish a linen manufactory for weavers and spinners, 7 August 1823. Lewis, 1837, Kilcoe: Two manorial courts are held here monthly by the seneschals of the bishop of Ross and Thos. Hungerford Esq. respectively. In 1851 the Cahirmore estate covered the townlands of Cahirmore, Freehanes, Maulyregan, Maulantanavally and Gounbrack with total acreage of 2780 acres and a valuation of £962. Hungerford let the estate at a yearly rent of £4.0.0 an acre. This was usually increased depending the quality of the land in some areas. Despite the huge income the estate was practically bankrupt by 1900. (c.1850) 1822 local fishery committee. Vice president Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828. County Freeman of Cork City voting in Cork City Election 1837. Listed 1835, 1838, 1842, 1843, sitting Rosscarbery, 1835. Gave evidence 1835 to enquiry to Poor Law Commission. 1861 Supporting Alexander O’Driscoll, J.P. suspended, Bandon 1841. Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Attended 18, Grand Jury Presentments
Thomas Hungerford, pre 1831, voted 1850 for William Hungerford as High Constable for Ibane and Ballyroe (Clonakilty). Present not certain which Thomas at enquiry Skibbereen 1823 into enquiry into fatal affray at Castlehaven caused by Rev. Morritt’s tithe extraction. Cork Summer Assizes 1828. Involved in attempts to amicably resolve tithes 1838. Attending Protestant Conservative Society meeting 1832. Protestant protest meeting Cork 1834. Subscriber as The Island Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837, subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Freedom of Cork 1830 described as radical and a very great one in politics. County Freeman of Cork City voting in Cork City Election 1837. Attended 11, Grand Jury Presentments
|1848||Hungerford Henry Jones’, B.A. (T.C.D. )||Justices of the Peace. Hungerford Henry Jones’, B.A. (T.C.D. ), called to the bar 1848, Cahermore||Justices of the Peace. Hungerford Henry Jones’, B.A. (T.C.D. ), called to the bar 1848, Cahermore Townsend H P, Derry||Guys. Henry Jones Hungerford, TCD, 1856, Cahermore House, Rosscarbery, Resident, £454, 1870 return 3,532 acres. Henry Jones Hungerford, the last effective owner and resident landlord of the Cahirmore Estate. He qualified as a Barrister and had little interest in the Estate. His income from rental was foolishly spent and on his death the Land Commission took it over. (1870) At the time of its destruction in 1921 Cahermore was owned by a merchant named Regan, who had purchased the property from representatives of the Hungerford family “some years” after the death of Henry J. Hungerford, J.P.||http://www.askaboutireland.ie/reading-room/history-heritage/big-houses-of-ireland/welcome-to-the-cork-archi/clonakilty-museum-materia/|
|1758||John Hungerford||Apprentice||John Hungerford son of Richard Vaux Hall (now Fox Hall), Clonakilty apprenticed to William Snowe Cork, 1758||Richard Caulfield indentures registered with Corporation|
|Died 1799||1799, died May 7th Mr. John Hungerford Senescal of Ross|
|1765||Thomas Hungerford||Middle Temple||Eldest son Richard, Rosscarbery|
|1802, 1813, 1816, 1819, 1830||Thomas Hungerford||Attorney, Coroner 1816, earlier pprentice to Philip Splaine, Bandon||Rosscarbery. Petition 1821 to Dublin Castle re low fees for County Coroner Richard Foote, Thomas Hungerford, James O’Brien, James Daltera Junior.||memorial 504428. Dublin Almanac 1816.|
|1854||William Hungerford||Commissioner||Shannon Square|