1580 Bandon Settlers, p. 1
1641, Depositions, Individuals, Bantry, Durrus, Schull areas, p.4
1659, Bandon District, Census of Ireland 1659 with supplementary material from the Poll Money ordinances 1660-1661
1688, Jurors, Inquisition, Ballinspittle. Initiated by Mary de Courcy, Lady Kinsale, Widow of Patrick to Recover Dower
1732, Subscription list of donations by the Gentlemen of the Parish of Bantry, sent by Father Peter O’Sullivan, Parish Priest of Bantry, West Cork, 8th January 1732 to Bishop Doctor Teige McCarthy Rabagh, against Penal Laws
1766, Probable West Cork Subscribers of 1766 ‘The History of the Irish Rebellion’, Cork,
1778, UNDERNAMED SUBSCRIBERS; DO AGREE TO ASSOCIATE OURSELVES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRESERVING THE PEACE OF THIS CITY AND THE PROPERTY THE INHABITANTS THEROF: CORK 26th March, 1778″
1780, West Cork Subscribers, John Fitzgerald’s Cork Remembrance.
1787, Subscribers to William Collins Poetry, West Cork
1787, Lucas Commercial Directory, Bandon
1789-1839, Churchwardens, Kilbrogan, Bandon
1794, On the eve of the Assizes The Minister, Churchwardens, and the Principal Inhabitants of Kilmeen thank the Government for their aid when their property was attacked by a deluded mob. p. 36
1796, Spinning Wheel Premium, Irish Flax Growers, 1796, p. 4
1799, Game Certificates, p. 89
1799, West Cork Supporters, Act of Union
1822, West Cork Subscribers Dr. Wood’s primitive Inhabitants of Ireland
1822 Local Fishery Committees
1825, Donors New Catholic Chapel, West Schull.
1826, Teachers of Baronies of East and West Carbery, Bantry and Bere, West Cork, p. 72
1826, United Parishes of Durrus and Muintervara, The Rev. Richard Quinn P.P. begs leave the undermentioned Ladies and Gentlemen by which he has been enable to nearly complete two churches in the United Parishes.