Courtesy Peadar Ó h-Anracháin, Southern Star, Cois Life (Dublin Letter).
Peadar O’Hourihane, Raiceadoir/Auctioneer, Skibbereen
Gaelic League (Conradh na Gaeilge) Meeting addressed by Peadar Ó h-Anracháin, in Durrus, West Cork, 1905.
1826 Subscription List New Catholic Chapel Ballydehob. Some Catholic Swantons.
The Catholic `swantons of Kilcrohane adn Casper Wyoming descedn from a Ballydehob Mining Captain working on the Kilcrohane mines. He married a local woman. According to family tradition he continuet to worship at St.James in Durrus but the children were brought up as Catholics.
Subscription Lists, New Catholic Churches at East Schull 1825, Rosnacaheragh (Akakista) 1826, Durrus 1899.
Michael Keane said:
I see a Captn Pobley, Audleys mines, contributed £1. I had a chapter on the controversial mines in the Ballydehob area in my book The Earls of Castlehaven Lord Audleys. Just wondering if you have come across articles on the many mines controversies in the Cork Chronicle or elsewhere