Robert Swanton, (1764-1840) Ballydehob, West Cork, member United Irishmen Directory arrest, imprisonment escape to New York where he was active in US Politics and became Judge of Maritime Court.

1830s Shenanigans in the Marine Court of New York, Judge Robert Swanton (United Irishman) Ballydehob and his Tipstaff Casey.

Robert Swanton, Ballydehob, (1764-1840), West Cork, United Irishman, Emigre to New York, Businessmen, Lawyer, US Political Activist, Judge, Home to Die With His Own People, Grave Early Example of Inscription in Irish Old Gaelic Script and Graveyard Inscription in old Irish, Gaelic Script, Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia for native of Co. Clare, Ireland, Aindriás Landrach (Andrew Landers), Fíor Gael, 1828-1912, with Photograph of Grave


7 July 1844 Circular letter from Thomas Swanton, ‘Ballidahob’ (Ballydehob), Near Skibbereen regarding formation of society, the Cork and Kerry Irish Poetry and Music.