1855 Landlord Richard O’Donovan, Esq., Fort Lodge, Durrus reserves to himself the right of making a lease to Mary Foley at Rosnacaheragh until the minor comes of age provided she marries with the lessor’s consent. 1854 Sale Estate of Arthur Hutchinson, deceased, intestate, Durrus, Tenant Listing
Lease 1855, Richard O’Donovan, Esq., to Maurice and Thomas Foley for 61 years from 1855 of 58 acres at Rosnacaheragh at a rent of £7 12 shillings for Maurice Foley and £7 12 shillings to Daniel Burke, Maurice and Thomas Foley. Lessee to supply a horse and guide for 4 days a year or to pay 2 shillings for each day in lieu of a horse is not provided and 1 shilling a day for every day a guide is not provided. The lease contains a covenant not to have more than one dwelling house on the premises under a penalty of £20 and the lessor reserves to himself the right of making a lease to Mary Foley until the minor comes of age provided she marries with the lessor’s consent. The holdings are intermixed and the quantity held by each cannot be stated. Recited in the Landed Estate Sale of O’Donovan lands 1876.
Timothy O’Donovan, Justice of the Peace, Durrus, and his Extended Family Network, The O’Donovans of Squince (Myross), The Clonakilty Deasys, a Survival of Catholic Gentry in the 18th and early 19th century in West Cork
1854 Sale Estate of Arthur Hutchinson, deceased, intestate, Durrus, Tenant Listing
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