A few people r looking for old posts so here are some from 2011 clustered around themes
Administration, Census, Griffiths, Taxes, p.37
Griffith Valuation Durrus District
Business ,p. 53
William Warner, Butter Merchant, Bantry, 1880s
Vickeries Hotel, Bantry, p.102
Church Records, p.56
Devotions to Father Barnane, 28th June Moulivard Church, Durrus
St. James, Durrus, Select Vestry, 1827.
Harry Clarke windows, p.61
O’Donovan estates, Muintervara
Famine, p. 81
Letter of Rev Crosthwaite, Rector, Durrus re Relief Works to The Times November 1846
1938, Sarah Dukelow, Clashadoo,
Irish Words in use 1930s Cork English and list of Irish phrases 19th century possibly Skibbereen/Bantry
Thomas Swanton, Ballydehob, Co Cork, Irish scholar, Antiquarian and Landlord 1810-1866 and nephew of Judge Robert Swanton of New York, Maritime Court and United Irishman.
Dublin Penny Journal, Journey to Durrus 1836, from Butler’s Gift (Drimoleague), West Cork, John Windle Cork Antiquarian and Father John Ryan, Drimoleague to the Rev. Alleyn Evanson.
Manor Courts Ballydehob 1621, Bantry 1679, Co. Cork, and comments by John Jagoe, Bantry re the same to Commission 1836.
V. V. Gira 1894-1980, President of India, Law Student UCD, Dublin 1913-16
McCarthy Genealogy, p.98
Thomas Vickery, Bantry, 1808-1883, Hotel and Transport Pioneer in Irish Tourist Industry, Winter Sale of Horses and some Vickery Genealogy. p.98
Recollections of James Stanley Vickery as a grandchild in Molloch, Durrus, Bantry (1829-1911)
Maps, Townlands, p.131
Chart of the South West Coast of Ireland, 1558, British Library.
View of Bantry Bay 1685, British Library.
A view of the Bay of Bantry c. 1700, British Library.
Townland boundaries Durrus Civil Parish, photograph Danno Mahony in Irish Army 1933,
photo Richard Townsend Ireland’s oldest magistrate
West Cork Civil Parishes, 08, Saturday, Oct 2011
Neville Bath Map Co. Cork 1790s, p.143
Military Campaigns, p3