Customs Report 1821-2 (and Miscellaneous Petitions to Government 1820-5) and some Earlier Customs Data, including staffing, salaries, duties including, Cork, Kinsale, Youghal, Baltimore, with mention of Bantry, Crookhaven, Glandore, Berehaven, Castletownsend, Enniskeane, Passage, Crosshaven, Cove, Clonakilty, Cortmacsherry.

University of Southhampton, project to digitalise Irish parliamentary reports:

http://eppi.dippam.ac.uk/documents/9544/eppi_pages/210934

Petitions for Revenue Employment and Allowances:

Baltimore:

Philip Donovan, Castletownsend for his son to vacant post of tidewaiter at Baltimore

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus
Bantry:

Richard Bird Junior as Chief Constable of Police a position his father John Bird occupied,
Richard Clerke for allowance for former service as Ordnance Storekeeper Bantry 1821
John Cole 1818:
John Coote, Surveyor, died 1766,
James Campbell, compensation for loss of office as Commissariat storekeeper,
James Cotter, Bantry, 1822 for Government post,
David Kirby late Lieutenant North Cork Regiment petition to pot of Baronial Constable
Edmund Loughlin, Callan, Co. Kilkenny for position as Fishery Inspector, Bantry following death of Mr. Brennan 1821
John Jagoe, re concessions to Fishing Industry 1822,
Lord Bishop of Cork re deficiencies in church,
Richard White, 1st Earl Bantry requesting appointment ot Linen Board, and recommendation for elevation to peerage following death of Lord Mountcashel 1822,
Charles Wiltshire (originally from Valentia), father Charles, requesting appointment as supernumary tidewaiter
William Sullivan, Tedagh, Bantry, 1812 Revenue Officer, his father Michael Sullivan (of the Hurrig Sept) had been a heart tax collector.

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

Castletown Bere:
Samuel Bailie, Surveyor, wife, May daughter Susanna born 1792,
John Burchill, Revenue Boatman, wife Mary, son Joseph, 1808
Catherine Carew husband and five sons lost in wars application for pension:
Christopher Devenish,Prevention Service, Married Eliza Jeffers, (Cullinagh), 1840.
Michael Sullivan position of boatman 1821
http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus
James Henry, Revenue Boatman, wife eleanor, son William, 1796,

Clonakilty:
Robert Burton for son Charles as tidewaiter in Clonakilty Revenue 1820 and himself as Coadjutor Barrister for West Cork towns

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

Cork:

William Ireton died late Surveyor Customs and Exise, 1830,
R Newenham for post of Collectorship Cork or Limerick:
Simon White (from Glengariff) for reinbursement of expenses for Revenue Trial he was Customs and Exise Inspector, Cork,

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

Crookhaven

Goodwin Swift, Revenue 1737

Drimoleague,

Robert Talbot, 1821:
http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Drimoleague&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

Kinsale:

Adam Newman, Collector of Customs 1787,
Hans Stewart, Tide Surveyor. 1787

Macroom

James McCullough, Surveyor, Revenue, 1790,

Skibbereen:

Alleyn Roche dismissal as Tidewaiter in Cork Port on report of Mr Hicks inspector petition certified by Richard White 1st Earl Bantry
John Townsend Esq., Shepperton, Commissioner of His Majesties Revenue, 1802

http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus

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