West Cork History





Proposed Railway from Bantry to Crookhaven to be a Port of Call,  1866 Sale with Tenant listings of of  Two Ploughlands and Two Gneeves at  Dunmanus, Mizen, West Cork, in occupation by Alexander O’Driscoll, Esq. prior to 1814 conveyed to William Swanton and Richard Long, by Lord Riversdale and others (subject to the right of all persons to use the water in the Well Holy? at Tobernasool), with lands Sparagrady, Gurteenalla, Derrenaclogh, formerly enjoyed by Thomas Attridge and his under tenants at Ballydehob, 1812 by Lease of 12th September 1768, to William Swanton, Ballydehob from Richard Tonson (part of extended Hull family of Leamcon, Schull) for three Lives renewed in 1840 for lives of William Swanton, William Swanton (last alive in 1866 aged 34) and William Justice and lands at Drimoleague, Meenies, and Conveyance of 1812 Lord Riversdale to William Swanton Lands (Levis?).

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