It is possible that Andrew Beazley was a cooper associated with the pilchard trade. Winispeares at that time living in Rossmore, Durrus and engaged in marine matters as they had in Banty area since aroun 1630.

Petition from John Winspeare, c 1648, Shipwright, living near Bantry Bay, West Cork, Timber for Staves, Propositions for Felling, and Deed of 1724 Robert Winispeare probably Durrus

1727.  Deed Francis Bernard of Castlemahon, Bandon to Charles Evanson, Nathaniel Evanson, Jeremy Coughlan (of Carrigmanus, attorney, brother-in law of Nathaniel Evanson) three half ploughlands of Coolnahorna (north Clashadoo) ploughland of Clashadoo, 31 years form May 1728 rent of £72 a year witnesses Andrew Beazley, Gent, (possibly coopers in pilchard industry), Robert Winispeare aged 45, Arthur(?) Evanson, Richard Coppinger, Gent., all Four Mile Water (Durrus) later Elizabeth Evanson, widow executrix of Charles Evanson.  Son Thomas, daughter Ann married to William Attridge, granddaughter Catherine Beazley, Witnesses Edward Allin, Gent., Four Mile Water, married to Evansons, Mentioned Daniel Carthy, Benjamin Raddy, they were is Scart.

Banjamin Raddy a good friend in will:

1717, deed reciting will of 1702 of Thomas Raddy/Ruddy, Gent., Scart, Bantry wherein he left three ploughlands at Scart to his sons Benjamin, John, Thomas and where by in 1717 John, Gent.,  attained the age of 21 he sells his ploughland or £150 to John Townsend, Cashill.

Short title: Raddy v Murphy. Document type: Bill only. Plaintiffs: Benjamin Raddy,…

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Reference:C 11/632/42
Description:Short title: Raddy v Murphy.Document type: Bill only.Plaintiffs: Benjamin Raddy, mariner late of St Mary le Strand, Westminster, Middlesex but now a victualler of St John Wapping, Middlesex.Defendants: Timothy Murphy, William Archer and Joanna Archer his wife.Date of bill (or first document): 1749
Note:The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill)
Held by:The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:Public Record(s)
Closure status:Open Document, Open Description