Carbery Hunt

Conner/Connor/O’Connor of Manch

Harry Dan O’Connor First Circuit Court Judge Cork City and County From Manch, Ballineen. Of old Connor/O’Connor line His son H. L. O’Connor, District Justice, North Cork South Kerry 1940s. A cousin, a Connor relative, was a judge in Iowa here in USA. He went to Ballineen and met H.L. Connor, the justice, but was unsure if we were related to him or not. He thought Justice H.L. Connor was a bit eccentric thanks again. Member Carbery Hunt 1947. Dublin Letter Southern Star, 15th November 1947.

Master of Hunt

1898, 1917, 1931, 1940, 1947 Patrick J. O’Driscoll Solicitor 1898, apprenticed to Patrick Joseph McCarthy From farming family Knockanreigh, 1901 has Irish. South Main St. District Council 1914 assentors to Peter Murphy, Cavendish Quay. Attending funeral 1933, Joseph Cullinane, Solicitor, Clonakilty. 1933 Dr. J.J.Hennessy, P.J.O’Driscoll, Solicitor, J. Neville, Solicitor settling difference between shareholders of Bandon Co-Op. 1932 involved in company trying to attract sugar beet factory to Bandon. Funeral 1941, Mrs. Rachel Wolfe nee Wood, Snugboro, Skibbereen, aged 95, mother of Jasper Wolfe, Solicitor buried Aughadown,. Southern Star 25th January 1941 1947 Master Carbery Hunt. “1937 Judge Calnan Later High Commissioner, India Funeral 1930 Mrs. Margaret nee Crowley, widow of Joseph Calnan, mineral water manufacturer and stout bottler, Kilmoyle,Bandon Her brother late Joseph Crowey, Chief Commissioner, Somerset House, London