Cox Estate, Rent Roll, Dunmanway, 1702, 1725.
Many of the names in the 1725 settlement rental appear in the 1702 Patrickson/Cox deed enclosed. Patrickson acquired from the Hollow Blade Company. They were not active estate managers, this may have been confiscated McCarthy Lands. It is possible that the tenants were McCarthy tenants moving westward from the Bandon Plantation post 1650.
Skibbereen Heritage Centre has a database of the Townlands and Street Names for much of West Cork. You can search this database below. The results will show the Alternative Name (AKA), Civil Parish, Poor Law Union (PLU), District Electoral Division (DED) and Notes associated with each Townland or Street.
April Bell said:
Pat, just letting you know I still have hopes of finding the original Dukelow land of my patriarch who came to Canada. I’m focused on Arderwinney/Ardravinna. I met some Connell’s who farm nearby in Toormore. My patriarch’s first wife was reported to be a Mary Connell. I searched the graveyard at the Altar church…no markers showing the Dukelow surname. I found quite a few at St. James in Durrus of course. I believe they became Methodists very early, this family. If you ever come across Methodist info for this area (or others) I’d like to know about it. Shovelling snow here regularly where I live, hope you are doing fine in this crazy time. Thanks for all the work you do!!