Albert William Quill, M.A., TCD, B.L., (1843-1908), Grandson William O’Sullivan, Esq., Carriganass Castle, Kealkil, Bantry, Appearance in James Joyce Ulysses, At His Funeral Lord Chancellor, One of the Few Catholic Unionists in Dublin. Landlord Scart, Bantry
1872 Louisa Chesney. Letterlickey West, Scart ownership transfers from Louisa Chesney to Albert Quill about 1898 I assume grandson of William Esquire, Carriganass Castle
William O’Sullivan then 1867 John Edward Barrett (his son-in-law), ownership transfers to Albert Quill about 1898
Updated version many heavy hitters at the funeral including Lord Chancellor:
I see the obits mention tre link to O’Sullivan Bere through his grandfather William O’Sullivan, Carriganass Castle I think we both agree unproven. I see no mention of probate. Maybe if the Land Commission took over they dispensed with probate.
His political outlook would be consisted with his uncle John Edward Barrett. He married William O’Sullivan’s daughter and managed her property. He was a hate figure to such as James Gilhooley, MP for West Cork. Barrett lined up with the Paynes agents to Lord Bantry and Lord Bantry as a Conservative faction in West Cork.
Albert Quill, (1843-1908), barrister, grandson William O’Sullivan, Carriganass Castle.
1891 Death James (‘The Governor’) Hutchinson Swanton (1815-1891), Grandmother Possibly Margaret O’Sullivan, Caheragh, Rineen Skibbereen, Carrisbrook House, Dublin (Mentioned in James Joyce Ulysses), Memoir of William Feckman and West Cork Methodist References.
From James Joyce ‘Ulysses’, ‘Dick Adams (Castletownbere born), the besthearted bloody Corkman the Lord ever put the breath of life in’ Journalist, Barrister, Defender of Parnell, Later County Court Judge Limerick and some Bantry Lawyers.
1709. Some West Cork Bridges from the Overseers of Co. Cork Bridges. Probably Included James Joyce Fermoy Ancestors
Dinnseanachas, in Van Morrison ‘Coney Island’ and James Joyce ‘Ulysses’