Historical Notes Drimoleague, History of McCarthy Sowneys


Historical Notes Drimoleague, History of McCarthy Sowneys

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Kinsale and West Cork Cloak, Possibly of North African Origin, Death of Last Black Cloak Makers, Mrs. Ellen Kirby nee Richardson, Kinsale, Born Ballinspittle (1834-1920), her daughter Mary (1858-1940), Copy Made 1960s, for Kim Novak, Hollywood Star.


Cork County Library have an excellent digital online resourse:

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The West Cork Cloak features in Irelands Own stories of Kitty The Hare

The attached photo is of the cloak being worn by Margaret Arnopp, family originate in Goleen. The cloak probably belonged to Hannah Arnopp (nee Newman) who died in 1947. She wore it regularly and was one of the last women to do so.

Bantry

Courtesy Michael Collins Centre, Clonakilty:

Dunmanway

Margaret Mennis of Reenascreena and her husband Patsy Sullivan of Dunmanway. A nice example of the cloak. She obviously liked it and was of value to her to wear it for the photograph. it’s probably dated around 1900 taken in Dunmanway. Patsy was connected to the Board of Guardians at the D’way workhouse. His son Tim Patsy (Timothy) married the daughter of the Master, named Burke. She unfortunately died and he in turn married her younger sister. Tim Patsy bought the old Cox Manor House from Lucas and his the family are still there – Jack Sullivan. The lady in the photo had a tragic accident in about 1904 when she fell from a store window/door at the rear of their house on Main St. It’s the house that is now Duggans bar, next to Connolly’s shoe shop. 

1828. Cork Auxiliary Bible Society Deputation Visit to Clonakilty, Rosscarbery, Schull, Bantry, Durrus, Dunmanway, Bandon, Opposition Expected None Materialised. Dunmanway attempt by Gustavus Warner, Esq and His Drivers to seize livestock at Knockane at attempt to Seize A Horse, Sheep and Pigs property of John and Daniel McCarthy, Locals Fired on. One man Killed.


1828. Cork Auxiliary Bible Society Deputation Visit to Clonakilty, Rosscarbery, Schull, Bantry, Durrus, Dunmanway, Bandon, Opposition Expected None Materialised. Dunmanway attempt by Gustavus Warner, Esq and His Drivers to seize livestock at Knockane at attempt to Seize A Horse, Sheep and Pigs property of John and Daniel McCarthy, Locals Fired on. One man Killed.

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Dunmanway attempt by Gustavus Warner, Esq and His Drivers to seize livestock. The first Ordnance Survey Maps shows tht most town adn villages in West Cork had pounds. There cattle or other livestock that were seized for nonpayment of rent to tithes were held prior to auction.

Seizures were by drivers or proctors men often around midnight adn were often the cause or serious violence. With the coming of rates from 1850 adn the abolition of tithes pounds disappear from the mid 19th century. Rent arrears were through the courts ultimately in some case resulting in evictions.

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Geraldine Wright, Clonakilty, Daughter of Henry Thomas Wright, Mother Ethel Hungerford, Crown Solicitor, wife of the Baron de Penaranda, Bruges.


Geraldine Wright, Clonakilty, Daughter of Henry Wright, Crown Solicitor, wife of the Baron de Penaranda, Bruges.

GERALDINE B. WRIGHT | Dau. HENRY, ETHEL WRIGHT | of Clonakilty. Wife of

of Bruges.

St.Finbarrs cathedral Cork.

Headstones: St Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork, Co. Cork, Ireland

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GERALDINE B. WRIGHT | Dau. HENRY, ETHEL WRIGHT | of Clonakilty. Wife of
| Baron de Penaranda | of Bruges | B. 1895

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Photo No.45 To the Glory of God | and in loving memory of | Captain HENRY THOMAS | RICHARD SOMERSET WRIGHT | 2nd Manchester Regiment | Killed on active service | at DIBBIS SOUDAN | on Decr. 24th 1916 | Aged 32 years. | "He suffered and was buried" | "Awake thou that sleepest | and arise from the dead | and Christ shall give | thee light." | Also of HENRY THOMAS WRIGHT | Died April 13 1937 Clerk of the | Crown and Peace, Cork 1905 1926 Photo No.46 Sacred to the memory of THOMAS RICHARD WRIGHT | of Fern Hill, Clonakilty | Co. Cork. Died October 6th | 1881 aged 69. And to the | memory of | ETHEL WRIGHT | Nee HUNGERFORD | of Cahermore | Rosscarbery Co. Cork | And widow of H. T. WRIGHT | of Fern Hill, Clonakilty | Co. Cork. | Died Jan 25th 1944 aged 83. | Lt. Col. G. WRIGHT D.S.O. M.C. | Fern Hill Clonakily | 1886 - 1973 | LEILA his wife | 1900 - 1968 | Daughter of Col. MOORE C.B.E. | Binfield

Wright Estate:

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ESTATE: WRIGHT (CO CORK)

Associated Families

Description

In 1666 William Wright was granted 839 acres in the barony of East Carbery, county Cork. The estate expanded over time but over 1400 acres was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in February 1860. This sale included lands in the baronies of West Muskerry and West Carbery as well as Lurriga Mill. Over 700 acres, the property of Samuel Digby Wright and Henry Wilson Wright (deceased) as well as interest in Lurriga Mill, were offered for sale in the Court in October 1874. In the 1870s Digby Wright of Bandon owned 715 acres, Henry Wright of Cashefane, Durrus, and Thomas R. Wright of Clonakilty owned 1,257 acres in county Cork. The representatives of Rev. Richard Wright held over 800 acres in county Cork in the 1870s.

The Clonakilty Wrights may be related to the Protestant Dunmanway O’Sullivan Landowning family which might explain their association with Cashelane, Durrus.

Thomas Richard Wright Solicitor. Land Agent to Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton, 1863, 13,600 acres. Fern Hill sons Henry Thomas 1850, Thomas William 1859, Solicitor. Signed Testimonial to Resident Magistrate, John Gore Jones, Bantry, 1844. Assistant 1879 Michael David Kennedy. Also agents for Durrus Estates. Subscriber memorial John O’Hea JP, Clonakilty, 1847. Probate 1880 to widow eliza £12,000. Thomas Richard Wright of Fern Hill, died 1880 he mentions his children and Rev. Richard Walton Marmion Standard Life Agent 1844. 1857 dinner for departing manager of National Bank, P.D. Griffin. Gave evidence Parliamentary Commission tht he persuaded Lord Shannon to withdraw his objection to railway coming to Clonakilty 1887 Chancey Court case involving recovery of seaweed at Friendly Cove, Durrus. Beamish v Crowley. Appearing for Beamish was Bewley Q.C., Trench Q.C., … Tuckey, instructed by John White. For Crowey, Piece White Q.C., , The McDermott, Q.C., Richard Wright, instructed by W. T. Wright , Clonakilty. The Crowleys are McDermotts descendant of Niall of the Nine Hostages who migrated from Roscommon post 1200, to about 1600 often known as McDermott (as in Elizabeth Fiants) with a leas ainm (nickname) Crua Laoich (tough warrior) which supplant the McDermott. DNA confirms connection.

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1812-1825, Admiralty Court, West Cork Wrecks, Dunny Cove, Clonakilty. Extensive Listing of Names of Boat Owners and Crews: Allen, Alteridge, Bohan, Coleman, Connolly, Crone, Crowley, Cumming, Deasy, Dempsey, Driscoll, Duggan, Farazy, Feetiane, Fleming, Flinn, Freen, Grady, Hayes, Hea, Honnor, Hooper, Hurley, Kingston, Leary, Mahony, McCarthy, Minihane, Regan, Ronan, Skinner, Sullivan, Twohig, White. 1820 Baltimore Customs


of Boat Owners and Crews: Allen, Alteridge, Bohan, Coleman, Connolly, Crone, Crowley, Cumming, Deasy, Dempsey, Driscoll, Duggan, Farazy, Feetiane, Fleming, Flinn, Freen, Grady, Hayes, Hea, Honnor, Hooper, Hurley, Kingston, Leary, Mahony, McCarthy, Minihane, Regan, Ronan, Skinner, Sullivan, Twohig, White

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1915, Patrick James Collins, Solicitor, Skibbereen. Member County Council, Skibbereen Urban District Council. Enormous Funeral. Every Shop was Shuttered, Every Blind was Closed in Skibbereen.


1915, Patrick James Collins, Solicitor, Skibbereen. Member County Council, Skibbereen Urban District Council.

1873-1915 Patrick James Collins Solicitor, admitted 1896, apprenticed to Thomas Downes. Marshbanks, Blackrock College Dublin, TCD, Chairman UDC. 1911 single, 2 servants Committee Carbery Show 1892 . District Council 1914 assentors Timothy Sheehy, J.M. Burke,B.L.,he nominated William Joseph Burke.

Interesting he attended Blackrock College from the mid 19th century a class of prosperous Catholic professionals and merchants emerged the sons of the going to Clongowes College in Kildare as described by James Joyce, Blackrock College or some of the exclusive English Catholic Colleges such as Ampleforth.

Son of Andrew Collins Law Clerk 1876, Petty Session Clerk, Skibbereen and Drimoleague Committee Carbery Show 1892 and joint Secretary. Law Clerk 1876, assistant to Thomas Downes 1901 North St. aged 54, has Irish stable boy and servant in house. Son Patrick solicitor. Executor of Son Patrick 1915

This is one of the most detailed listing of a funeral in the local press. The First World War had started just a year before. Up to 50,000 Irish born men died, Denmark independent and neutral suffered only 700 casualties.

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Sir Michael Henry Gallwey, B.A., T.C.D., Greenfield House, Ardfield, Clonakilty, Later, Attorney General, Chief Justice Natal, South Africa, Commission to Investigate Abuses of Indian Indentured Servants, Natal, South Africa 1872. Died 1912 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.


Sir Michael Henry Gallwey, B.A., T.C.D., Greenfield, Clonakilty, Later, Attorney General, Chief Justice Natal, Commission to Investigate Abuses of Indian Indentured Servant, Natal, South Africa 1872. Died 1912 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

1826 or 26th October 1828-1912 Sir Michael Henry Gallwey, TCD Kings Inns 1849, Q.C., Attorney General and Chief Justice adn Acting Governor Natal, Arbitrator between Transvaal and the Zuus. Died 1912, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 1st son , 10 siblings, Henry Greenfield, Margaret McCarthy Co. Cork in Kings Inns Admissiones 1849, Greenfield, Ardfield. Practiced Munster Circuit, father Henry mother Margaret McCarthy her father Denis Rathroe “Margaret McCarthy, Millstreet, Married Henry Gallwey of Greenfield, Clonakilty c1824, they had eleven children. Their eldest son, Sir Michael Henry Gallwey ‘was admitted to King’s Inns entitled to practice as a Barrister-at-Law. He graduated from Trinity College in 1851 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) (15). He held the office of Chief Justice of Natal between 1890 and 1901. He was Deputy-Governor of Natal in 1897. He held the office of Administrator [Natal] in 1898 (15). ” Blackhall on Munster Gallweys. ‘He held the office of Member of the Legislative Council (M.L.C.) [Natal] between 1857 and 1890. He held the office of Attorney-General [Natal].He was invested as a Companion, Order of St. Michael and St. George (C.M.G.) in 1883. He was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of St. Michael and St. George (K.C.M.G.) in 1888.He was invested as a Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) in 1888.’ The eldest son of Henry Gallwey of Greenfield House, Ardfield, nr. Clonakilty, Co Cork, b. 1794 was, Michael Henry (MHG) (Sir), KCMG, QC, b. 26 Oct 1826, educ TCD, Attorney General Natal 1857-1890, MEC, MLC, Chief Justice 1890-1901, Acting Governor or Administrator for several terms, m. 23 Aug 1861 Frances Cadwallader (known as Fannie CampbellTown,Tasmania 5 Dec 1840, bapt 5 Dec 1840 – Ref.. RGD 2; Yr 1840, Reg. No. 1150, d. 23 Sep 1914, Isle of Wight), eldest daughter of Lt- Colonel the Honourable David Erskine, Colonial Secretary of Natal (third son of the second baronet and grandson of ”the great defender of the rights of man”,

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Galwey Lawyers, Cork City:

1688Counsellor GalwayCounsellor, MPLota, lost lands under Penal LawsCaulfield’s Annals of St. Finbarr’s Cathedral
1829, 1839, 1848, 1847, 1850, 1878, 1884Bryan GalwaySolicitor and Borough Coroner, 1845 23 South Mall, 76 South Mall. Crown Solicitor West riding 1848.Probably the Bryan Gallway, Kilkerran, Clonakilty, King’s Inns 1823, 5th son of Michael and Eliza Donovan, over 16, Ed Rosscarbery, affadavit father. Daughter Mary married Alexander McCarthy, Solicitor and Town Clerk 1874, son William, King’s Inns, aged 20, 1863 his affadavit1838 West Riding, Bryan Galway, Crown Prosecutor, Report on 1850 dinner for Sir Robert Kane, President Queens College. 5. Anastasia Galwey, m. 10 Feb 1800 William O’Donoghue of Cork, wine merchant and had issue inter alia: a Catherine O’Donoghue, m. her cousin Bryan Gallwey, Crown Solicitor Cork. Subscriber of £2,000 Railway stock 1840s.Aldwell’s Directory 1845. Bryan, b. 1809, Sessional Crown Solicitor and Coroner, Cork, m. 2 Jan 1841 hisfirst cousin Kate [also called Catherine -TJG], dau of William O’Donoghue and Anastasia Gallwey {supra). He d. 28 Dec 1886, having had issue: (1) William Bryan, b. 1843, admitted King’s Inn 1863, sub-Sheriff, Cork, m. 27 Jan 1876 Mary, dau of Hatton Conron, JP of Grange, Co Cork, and relict of Neil Arthur Galwey (see ‘Galwey of Cork and Bordeaux’ supra). He dsvp1) Margaret Elizabeth, bapt 24 Jan 1851. (2) Mary, m. 15 Oct 1874 Alexander McCarthy of Cork, solicitor, JP, Co Cork,Law Agent and Town Clerk, Cork, had issue: a Florence William McCarthy, heir to his grandfather Bryan Gallwey. (3) Frances [according to Lt Col HD Gallwey – TJG]Will shares in Cork River Steam Co.,Munster adn leinster Bank,Cork Victoria Dock Co.Cork National Bank. 1880 probate to Alexander McCarthy guardian of donee £2,140.
1609Edmond GalwayAgetNominated to conduct Cork Corportion business in DublinRichard Caulfield Corporation of Cork
1835Edward GalweyBarristerLota. Son of William and Anne, daughter of Hugh Norcott Esq., Springfied, he married Cornelia Matilda edo of Hayward St. Ledger, of Heyward Hill, Co. CorkMarried secondly a widow Mrs Stewart he ws no longer at Lota at that time post 1865.
B 1804, TCD 1827, 1852Edward Galwey, TCDAttorneyLota, South Mall Patrick Bourke writing clerk Deed Cole Meadstown Cork Archive U 195Brother William 1833 eldest
1809F .H. GalwayAttorneyPrince’s St.West’s Directory 1809-10
1833Ignatius GallweyKing’s Inns2ns son William amd Ellen Harding both deceased Pope’s Quay, over 16 ed Everton, Queen’s County, affadavit James McCarthy brother-in-law
1757William GallweyWriting ClerkDeed
1798James GalweyAttorney, DublinIn Cotter/McCarthy deed probably Cork connections
1668John GalwayAdmitted Grey’s Inns, 1668, CouncillorLota, Son and heir of Edward Gent, MP for Cork 1689, Commisioner to Aplott Tax 1690 under King James, estates forfeit adn later restored. M 1674 Elizabeth d Colonel William Meade, Balymartle?, sister of 1st Bart Sir John Meadead grandfather 1st earl of Clancarthy.May be Counsellor Galwey acting in 1689 for Lord Kilmallock, 1711 Mary Gamble/John TookerRichard Caulfield
1734John GallweyBarrister did not practiseLota, Westcourt, d 1793 KIlkenny, buried Rathcoursey.
c 1850John Garcia GalweyStipendary Magistrate, TrinidadFather Richard, Lota, grandfather MP for Kinsale living Lota.
1826, 11834Michael GalwayAttorney 1834, Grand Parade, possible KIng’s Inns 1820Deed Alleyne, Armstrong, Beamish, Callaghan, Franks Walsh, King’s Inns 2ns son Patrick, Cork, over 16 other Ellen McCarthy, Ed Dublin affadavit father. In Chancery action Austen v Gallwey over lands at Donemark adn other in Bantry he is the contact person. marriage 1690 Henry Galwey Mary Mellifont both Bantry.Memorial 567821
1688, 1703Councillor GalwayAnnals of St. Finbarrs refers to his letter 1688 to Sir Thomas CrosbyCork Corporation send case to advise arising fro complaint rom THancock of arrest by Clerk of Crown Thomas Farrenhttp://www.corkpastandpresent.ie/history/caulfield_complete.pdf
1414John GalweyCoroner Co. CorkJohn Galwey fz John of Kinsale, who in May 1404 was appointed jointly with John Wynchedon and William Gowlys to enquire into certain matters in the counties of Limerick and Cork.105 In 1412 he, together with John, Meagh and John Wynchedon, was appointed ` to arrest all Irish enemies passing out of Ireland contrary to a statute made that year.106 On 24 May 1414 John Galwey was con­stituted a Coroner in Co. Cork.107 He m. Cecilia —Blackhall HIstory of Galwets
1688John GalweyGrey’s Inns, 1688, Barrister, MP Cork, 1689, in King James Parliament.John Galwey of Lota `bred to the law and very eminent in his profession’ was admitted to Gray’s Inn 16 May 1668 and subsequently called to the Bar in Ireland.166 He was M.P. for Cork City in the Parliament of 1689 and a J.P. for the county and city, and was appointed a Commissioner for applotting tax for Co. Cork under King James II’s commission 10 April 1690. For his adherence to the Jacobite cause he was outlawed in 1690 and his estates forfeited. I have already related how his outlawry came to be reversed (17 June 1693), how he received a Royal Pardon (1 Aug. 1695), and how he got in and out of trouble with the Irish House of Commons in 1707 for taking young James Cotter to England. He brought three claims before the Chichester House Commissioners in 1700, of which two were successful.167 His will, dated 7 Feb. 1711, was proved 17 Feb. 1712/13. He was bur. in the family vault at Rathconev.168 He m. 1674 (‘ marriage Articles of the Lord John Galwey ‘ were dated 14 Jan. 1674) Elizabeth, dau. of Col. William Meade of Ballintubber, Co. Cork, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Sir Robert Travers. Elizabeth Meade was sister of Sir John Meade, 1st Bt. (grandfather of the 1st Earl of Clanwilliam).169 By her, John Galwey had with other issue,
1734John GalweyKings InnsSon William Mary Butler m Jane O’Byrne 1739 d 1793 Lived at Lota and Westcourt, Co. KIllenny, 10 children. Did not practice.Peerage.com
1700William GalweayAdmitted Grey’s InnsSon and heir of John Esq.
1829Michael GalweyAttorneyDeed
1757William GalweyWriting ClerkDeed
1673-William GalweyGrey’s Inns 1704Lota, conformed to Church of Ireland,1720, m 1711 Mary d Colonel John Butler, Westcourt, KilkennyWilliam Galwey, 1733, Lota, Liberties of Cork, Barrister, Conformed to Church of Ireland 1720, Justice of the Peace 1733. Freeman of Cork. m 1711 Mary d Colonel John Butler, Westcourt, Kilkenny. Trustee in marriage settlement of Denis McCarthy of Cloghroe and Mary daughter of Sir. R. Meade Bart, 1728.
B 1776William GalweyBarristerLota, Freeman of Limerick practised in Cork until 1814Balckhall on Munster Gallweys
b 1776, 1805, 1824,1826William GalwayAttorney later 1814 moved to DublinWhites St., 1824 South-mall. Married 1803 at Buttevant Ann d James Norcott, Springfield,Co. Cork. 1826 Dublin voting as non resident freeman, for Hutchinson as is his son Edward.Holden’s Directory 1805. Son of dward Galwey, Lota, MP. Kinsale, Kot of the Friednly Brothers of St. Patrick, adn Jane d Mountiford Westropp of Mellon, Co. LimerickPigot’s Directory 1824.
Anne Galwey (born Norcott), Circa 1785 – 1832
Anne Galwey (born Norcott) was born circa 1785, to Hugh Norcott.
Hugh was born in of Springfield, County Cork, Ireland.
Anne married William Gallwey circa 1803, at age 18.
William was born circa 1775, in Lota, and Baggott Street, Dublin, County Cork, Ireland.
His occupation was Attorney at Law.
They had 3 children: Edward Gallwey and 2 other children.
Anne passed away in 1832, at age 47.
1556William GalweyOne of 6 clerks of ChanceryAlso held Customs sinecures in Cork, Kinsale, LimerickDr. Casey Vol 6, 1685
1766-1865William GalweyAttorney, Cork to 1814 then DublinLota, Freeman Limerick, m 1803, Buttevant, Ann d James Norcott, Springfield. Possible1820 Member Cork Library.Possibly the Secretary Bankruptcy Commission in the case of William Thompson, Irish economict estate owner Rosscarbery 1808
1833William GallweyKings Inns1st son William and Ellen harding, Pope’s Quay, both deceased, ed Killarney, affadavi James Mccarthy brother-in;Law, assistant to Peter McLaouglin 1843
1863Wiliam GallweyKing’s Inns, qualified as Solicitor 1863. Sub Sherifff of CorkSon Bryan solicitor, aged 20 , affadavit fatherCork ExaaminerBryan, b. 1809, Sessional Crown Solicitor and Coroner, Cork, m. 2 Jan 1841 hisfirst cousin Kate [also called Catherine -TJG], dau of William O’Donoghue and Anastasia Gallwey {supra). He d. 28 Dec 1886, having had issue: (1) William Bryan, b. 1843, admitted King’s Inn 1863, sub-Sheriff, Cork, m. 27 Jan 1876 Mary, dau of Hatton Conron, JP of Grange, Co Cork, and relict of Neil Arthur Galwey (see ‘Galwey of Cork and Bordeaux’ supra). He dsvp1) Margaret Elizabeth, bapt 24 Jan 1851. (2) Mary, m. 15 Oct 1874 Alexander McCarthy of Cork, solicitor, JP, Co Cork,Law Agent and Town Clerk, Cork, had issue: a Florence William McCarthy, heir to his grandfather Bryan Gallwey. (3) Frances [according to Lt Col HD Gallwey – TJG]
1893Rev. Canon W. J. Gallwey, LLDManagement committee Queens Collegehttp://www.corkpastandpresent.ie/places/streetandtradedirectories/2014directories/1893_guys_complete_cropped.pdf

The 10 Oldest Languages Still Spoken in the World Today. Irish has the oldest vernacular literature of any language in Western Europe. While the rest of Europe was speaking their own languages and writing in Latin, the Irish decided that they wanted to write in their own language instead.


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The 10 Oldest Languages Still Spoken in the World Today. Irish has the oldest vernacular literature of any language in Western Europe. While the rest of Europe was speaking their own languages and writing in Latin, the Irish decided that they wanted to write in their own language instead.

Irish Gaelic

Although Irish Gaelic is only spoken as a native language by a small majority of Irish people nowadays, it has a long history behind it. It is a member of the Celtic branch of Indo-European languages, and it existed on the islands that are now Great Britain and Ireland well before the Germanic influences arrived. Irish Gaelic was the language from which Scottish Gaelic and Manx (which is spoken on the Isle of Man) arose, but the fact that really lands it on this list is that it has the oldest vernacular literature of any language in Western Europe. While the rest of Europe was speaking their own languages and writing in Latin, the Irish decided that they wanted to write in their own language instead.

in the 1970s in UCC, Cork there was a story circulating that the Professor Breathnach of the Irish Department did his M.A. thesis on the place name of Cape Clear Island and concluded that were probably of Basque origin.

Dan Suggest a strong connection between the Basque Country and Ireland. forgetting the linguistic difference in the towns and villages of the Basque Country the similarities are remarkable. A strong sense of family, community and cohesion, a work ethic and a propensity to emigration.

The Basque Country is only a few days sailing away from West Cork/South Kerry with good winds. It looks like based on DNA analysis that the Celts were small in number but with superior technology and when they arrive in Ireland they locals took on their language. In West Cork some of the pre Celtic families e the Coghlans adn O’Driscolls.

Irish declined in the 19th century but then it is day that the people still continue t speak Irish but through the medium of the English Language

In 1900 there were probably

In 1900 there were probably 10 million people world whose whose parents had Irish

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Allman Dowden, Special Stout Brewed from Home-Made, Malt and Hops, Bandon, Famous Stout, Throughout West Cork

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1894 Proposal by Thomas Downes, Solicitor, Skibbereen that West Cork Be Made A Separate County with its Own Assize Town, Grand Jury. It Had Every Type of Industry, Teeming Seas, Mines and Minerals


Proposal by Thomas Downes, Solicitor, Skibbereen that West Cork Be Made A Separate County with its Own Assize Town, Grand Jury. It Had Every Type of Industry, Teeming Seas, Mines and Minerals

1886-1910, 1869, 1876, 1884 Thomas Downes Solicitor, North St. “Born son Thomas Mitchelstown, Castleknock College, Gold Medalist, partner with McCarthy Downing MP 1870, land agent to Wrixon-Beecher, Local bodies and railways. Subscriber (3 copies) Dr. Daniel Donovan ‘History of Carbery, 1876. Probably advanced money 1888 and secured mortgage to Whites (Lord Bantry). Paddy O’Keeffe 1894 assistant John James Carmody. 1876 Andrew Collins. ” “Married 1876, Teresa d late Charles O’Connell, RM, Bantry, and first Catholic MP for Kerry whose wife was the 2nd daughter of Daniel O’Connell. subscriber Zenith Marine Disaster, Baltimore, 1895. 1877. Opening Skibbereen Railway T. Downes J. E. Marshall Prominent in Carbery Agricultural Show.” Died 1904, probate to widow Theresa and Daniel O’Connell Esq Agent Bank of Ireland Effects £10,676 5s 6d

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This was at the dinner for the judges of the West Carbery Agricultural Society of which Mr. Downes was a founder member.