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Augustine Warren Payne, (1817-1844), 1840 Bantry, Home place Upton. 1837 alleged to have seized cattle in lieu of unpaid tithes presumably due to his father Rev. Somers Payne, incumbent of Ballinadee before sunrise. Attending the 1840 Great Meeting Bantry re Poor Law. Managing Lord Bantry Estates with Patrick O’Sullivan, Millcove managing Beara Estate also managing Conner estates. Gave extensive evidence 1841 election petition that he was in Longfield Leader conservative interest. Member Dalys Conservative Club Cork. Died in Bantry of famine fever around the same time his brother a year younger the Rev. Percy Gethin Payne died of fever at his father’s house. His son Augustus died 1844 leaving £450 he was executor but in 1858 as he was dead his son’s estate was administered by James Henry Payne, Beechmount, Co. His brother John took Augustus’ place at Bantry House as a result.
Rev. Somers Payne (1785-1857), TCD, son of James, physician, Pre 1815, 1823, Ardagh as Rev. S.H. Payne, Upton, Grand Master Orange Order, Co. Cork. Ordained 1810. Sons Rev. Henry, James, John Warren daughter Mary married Nash. Voted for Hutchinson 1826 election. Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828, sitting Bantry and Bandon, 1835, Provost of Bandon. Agent to Lord Berehaven since 1820 son Augustus agent to Lord Bantry. 1828 Bandon Quarter Sessions. Following a large Protestant meeting 1834 at Castlebenard nominated to prepare a petition to the British King and Parliament with the Rev. Somers Payne, Councillor Mannix, Lords Berehaven and Bandon. Parliamentary Commission sitting Bantry 1845 showed sympathy for labourers and cottiers. The Rev. Somers Payne’s mother was sister of John and Henry Shears, Barristers in the City of Cork, who perished on the scaffold for alleged ‘high treason’ at the opening of the ‘present century’. 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837. A grandson mentioned in the will of Eliza Gethin, Cork, 1801 property for him held in trust by Dr. Boyle Coughlan and Gilbert Henry Fleming, attorney, Dublin. His son Augustus died 1844 leaving £450 he was executor but in 1858 as he was dead his son’s estate was administered by James Henry Payne, Beechmount, Co. Cork. Died in Bantry of famine fever around the same time Augustus Warren Payne aged 27 his brother a year younger the Rev. Percy Gethin Payne died of fever at his father’s house. His Upton property became a Reformatory School under the Rosminian Fathers in 1860. Land record, 1870, 653 acres. Sir Augustus Louis Carre Warren succeeded to the baronetcy in 1811. He and his wife Mary had two sons and two daughters. They were Augustus, born on 17th May 1791 and John Borlase, born on the 13th September 1800. The daughters were Esther and Charlotte. Esther married James Colthurst of Dripsey Castle on the 30th July 1808, which linked the family by marriage into two of the most powerful families in Cork: the Bernard’s and the Colthurst. Esther died on the 22nd July 1872. Charlotte married Reverend Somers H. Payne of Upton House. Sir Augustus Louis Carre Warren died on the 30th January 1821. Listed 1856 as Rev. Somers H. Payne as having 21.050 trees planted in Brinny. The Brinny estate was previously lived in by Rev. William Lewis Beauford.
Henry Herrick TCD, Woodlands, Bandon. TCD admissions 1809, aged 17, son George. Member 1832 Cork Friendly Club. Attending Landlord Meeting Bandon Courthouse 1846. Reps, Cork, 1870 return 1,011 acres.
Captain Chambre Corker Esq., Pre 1824, Downdaniel, Innishannon. 1822 attempted assassination. 1823 confiscation. Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828, listed 1838, Member Commission on Magistrates 1838. Gave evidence 1835 to enquiry to Poor Law Commission. 1837 hearing case at Innishannon with Henry Herrick of Magistrate Augustine Warren Payne alleged to have seized cattle in lieu of unpaid tithes presumably due to his father Rev. Somers Payne, incumbent of Ballinadee before sunrise. 1843, sitting Innishannon 1835. Co. Freeman of Cork City voted in the 1837 election Cork City probably related Charles Henry. Subscriber John Ryan, 1845 ’20 Years of Popish Persecution’. CSO/RP/1820/308. Petition of Chambre Corker, magistrate, Downdaniel Castle, Innishannon, Co. Cork, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting appointment to the post of commander of Innishannon Yeomanry; refers to military service under lords Doneraile and Riversdale and asserts that he is a resident of the neighbourhood and ‘fully capable of the discharge of all Military duties, including training of men for Military Service’.
Barrister for the plaintiffs
Joseph Scannell Barrister, 1818, 4, Smith St., 13 Marlboro St 1845. Occasional Advocate Consistory Court, Cloyne Catholic. 1830 Finny Almanac. Pigot 1824. 1850 very extensive practice. Advocate for Provenant Consistory Court, Cloyne. Daughter Mary died aged 19, 1838. 1840 at Bantry Voter registration instructed by Galwey represented Liberal interest. Listed in St. Ann Shandon Ministers list 1793 and 1829 as living on Fair Hill valuation of £5 high for area, the Catholic enclave. Van Der Plus Deeds Cork Archives 1694. A Darby Scannell deceased 1735 lending money. Scannel listed Alderman’s clerk Cork election Hely Hutchinson papers 1783. JCHAS, prosecuting criminal cases 1836 Aldwell’s Directory 1845
Tithes West Cork
What funny arguments.