1841. The Right Honourable Earl of Bandon, Patron and Honorary Director of the Steam Carriage and Wagon Company for The Conveyance of Goods and passengers Throughout Ireland Upon Common Roads.
THe Earl of Bando and Sir Wiliam Chatterton would shortly after be promoters of the sucessful railway from Cork to Bandon.
Right Honourable Honourable James 2nd Earl of Bandon, Custos Rotorum, (1785-1856), Castlebernard, FRANCIS (1st EARL of BANDON) and HARRIET (Boyle) had James (heir and 2nd Earl born 14th June 1785 in Bandon and died 31st October 1856 at Castle Bernard) m 13th March, 1809 in Cashel Mary Susan Brodrick eldest daughter of Charles, Archbishop of Cashel and sister of Charles, 6th Viscount Midleton. Mary was born 9th October 1787 and died 23rd April 1870, buried in Bandon. Due to rising war related prices land rents estimated 1811 at £30,000. Succeeded to title and estate after his father’s death in 1830. Following a large Protestant meeting 1834 at Castlebenard nominated to prepare a petition to the British King and Parliament with the Rev. Somers Payne, Councillor Mannix, Lords Berehaven and Bandon. Subscriber Lewis Richard Dowden papers: 1837. 1842 Subscriber Jacksons Co. and City Directory. 1844 Printed handbill/notice , ‘Cork Art Union for the promotion of the fine arts in the South of Ireland’, annual subscription appeal. President is Lord Viscount Bernard MP (Lord Bandon). Printed by W Scraggs, 102 Patricks Street. (1p) Subscriber John Ryan, 1845 ’20 Years of Popish Persecution’. Made huge efforts during the Famine to secure relief. Co. Grand Master Orange Order. Fellow Royal Society 1845. Member Commission on Magistrates 1838 subscriber, 2 copies, 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. Bandon 1869.
Sir James Anderson of the family that built the town of Fermoy an early PPS and rebuilt the Cork to Dublin in the 1790s after he secured the mail contact
May be the same or related Sir John Caleb Anderson, 1821, Fermoy, 1842 Buttevant Castle, son of John b Scotland who built Fermoy Barracks Voted in 1812 Cork election for Colthurst. 1821 writing to Chief Secretary re disaffection. Member 1832 Cork Friendly Club. Subscriber 1861 to Smith’s History of Cork. His father John founded Fermoy, Niall Brunicardi Fermoy Historian account of St. Patrick’s Church, Fermoy, 1886 dedicated to John for his benevolence in giving site for church (and for Protestant Church) rent free and £500 towards building of church and for his general benevolence.
1829, 1847 Christopher Coppinger Assistant Barrister, Co. Kildare. Supernumary Crown Prosecutor Co. Cork. 5. Lower Gardiner St. Standing counsel for 1841 1841. The Right Honourable Earl of Bandon, Patron and Honourary Direcor of the Steam Carriage and Wagon Company for The Conveyance of Goods and passengers Throughout Ireland