1699 Rent Roll of Diocese of Cork, including, Bantry, Calve Islands, Crookhaven, Dunmanway (Nedineaghbeg in 1788 in possession of Cork Bankers Hoares), Innishannon, Kilbrogan, Kinneagh, Priest Leap with Obligation to Serve in Manor Court of Aughadown.
FRom REv. Doctor Charles webster, Diocese of Cork
1657, Inventory of Lands of The See of Cork (Dioceses of Church of Ireland) in Barony of Carbery East and West (Including Dunmanway, Kilcrohane, Schull, Ballydehob) With Conflicting Claims to Land.
Possible Norman Connection:
Outer reach of Norman Conquest in West Cork, Caheragh in ownership pre 1317 of John de Cogan, cluster of Norman surnames in area Burke, Barrett, Goggin, devolution of Townlands to Monasteries of Youghal and Waterford.