1831 Persons Appointed Fit and Proper Persons to Taking a Census, Barones Bere, Bantry, East Division, East Carbery, East Division, West Carbery, West Division, East Carbey, East Division, West Carbery, Courseys, Ibane and Barryroe, Kilmmeaky (Bandon)

Dunbawn, Bantry, probably should be Dunbeacon

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Including Phil Shanahan (1796-1892), Dunbeacon, a very prominent local family:

He married Maria Moss of Durrus. One of her sisters married Jeremiah O’Mahony of prominent Kilcrohane family, he later became a Magistrate

Dunbeacon Gravaeyard:

6th March 1867 Mrs. Ann T.(ownsend) Shanahan Probably Dunbeacon Philip probbaly died 1892 aged 96 58 Grave: Erected by Phipip Shanahan ot the memory of hs wife Ann T d 26th March 1867 aged 58 ” Philip Shanahan. was born Abt 1796; d.5 Aug 1892-Dunbeacon, County Cork,Ireland. Philip married Anne TOWNSEND on 14 Nov 1826 in East Schull, County Cork, Ireland . Anne was born about 1812. She died on 26 Mar 1867 in Dunbeacon. County Cork, Ireland. “

1892 Philip Shanahan Probably Dunbeacon Philip 1892 aged 96 96 Grave: Erected by Philip Shanahan ot the memory of is wife Ann T d 26th March 1867 aged 58