Genealogy of McGivern/Pattison family from 1805,  Dunmanway, by Major The Reverend James Sabine McGivern, S.J, MBE, CD, FRGC, PhD, CLJ, Toronto, 1968.  McGivern reputedly Descend from Niall of The Nine Hostages, New Brunswick, New York 1834, Judge Robert Swanton of Ballydehob, Mrs. Sullivan, O’Driscoll, Charles Connolly, Thomas Denahy, New Zealand.


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Genealogy of McGivern/Pattison family from 1805,  Dunmanway, by Major The Reverend James Sabine McGivern, S.J, MBE, CD, FRGC, PhD, CLJ, Toronto, 1968.  McGivern reputedly Descend from Niall of The Nine Hostages, New Brunswick, New York 1834, Judge Robert Swanton of Ballydehob (United Irishman had to flee Cork 1798 later qualified at New York Bar, real estate developed Manhattan, Judge Admiralty Court buried Skibbereen), Mrs. Sullivan, (Relative Judge Swanton) O’Driscoll, Charles Connolly, Thomas Denahy, (a Dunmanway neighbour)New Zealand.
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Apparently Rev. McGivern says the family is descended from Niall of the Nine Hostages.
Courtesy Irish Times
In 1014, Brian Boru, High King of all Ireland, defeated Norse King Sitric Silkenbeard of Howth at the Battle of Clontarf. Brian Boru is a hero to many Irish people and widely revered for his great achievements. Historical records tell us that, among other things, he ended the Uí Néill clan’s 500-year reign as high kings of Ireland, and also, through his victory at Clontarf, kicked the Vikings out of Ireland. However, we have an independent record of the past in our genes. We can look to patterns of genetic variation here to ask if Brian Boru was effective on both of these counts. The Uí Néill clan trace their origins to the perhaps mythical Niall of the Nine Hostages. Niall was supposed to have lived 500 years before the Battle of Clontarf. Using genetics it is possible to trace Niall’s DNA and measure his legacy in terms of how many descendants he left. We can’t go back to AD 500 for a DNA sample, but we can look at modern O’Neills. Ireland has one of the oldest surname traditions in the world. Also, whereas in other countries names reflect professions or townlands, Irish surnames refer to ancestors. Traditionally, surnames are passed from father to child. Barring adoption and other cases, the handing-down of this outward symbol of family is mirrored exactly by the genetic transmission of Y-chromosomes from fathers to sons. This genetic inheritance forms an unbroken chain from the past to the present. In a survey of Y-chromosomes of Irish men, Prof Dan Bradley of Trinity College Dublin showed a small number of Y-chromosome types predominate in Ireland. In particular, one of these Y-chromosomes is very common in the northwest, being found in about one in five men there. The close genetic relationship of these Y-chromosomes to each other suggests a single origin – one or more dominant males. This geographic area coincides with the ancestral seat of the Uí Néill family. Could this be the genetic trace of Niall of the Nine Hostages?
Another West Cork family with Niall of The Nine Hostages, ancestry are the Crowleys a Sept of the McDermotts of Roscommon in West Cork post 1200

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Dunmanway Linen and Flax.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Nz7NRKrSwpTixZVJ497S9xyd8jXpHsYnKYpqWR9Oj-k/edit

 

Pattison/Patterson Teachers:

Pattison, Richard Protestant Franlobbus Shilliritane

Pattison, William Church of Ireland Kilmeen Parish History ” 1842, married William Pattison (Schoolmaster) to Catherine Hawkins

Robert Patterson (Pattison?) 1870, St. Marys, Dunmanway, To The Memory of/ Richard Pattison/ of Dunmanway/ and his wife/ Anne/ both of whom have departed/ the former May 31 1873/ Aged 70 years/ and the latter April 10 1870/ Aged 70 years/ Erected as a tribute/ Of filial love by their/ daughter Margaret/ now residing at San Francisco.  Richard Patterson(sic.) £100 Linen Weaver. Had daughter Mary, wife of Jerh. McCarthy, farmer and son, Robert Patterson of Farran Thomas (Enniskeane) – school teacher. (C/14 – 796). William Patterson. Hd Teacher St.Edmunds, Coolkelure (1925) “5th February, 1867.  Robert Patterson, school master of Scraghane, son of Richard married

Mary Shorten, farmer’s daughter of Scraghane, daughter of Stephen Shorten.” “WILLS

Richard Patterson, late of Dunmanway, linen weaver who died 31st May 1873 at same place granted at Cork to Robert Patterson of Farranthomas (Enniskean) in said County School teacher, the son of said deceased.  Effects under £100

Richard Patterson, late of Dunmanway, weaver, widower who died 31st May, 1873 at same place granted to Mary McCarthy (wife of Jeremiah McCarthy, farmer) of Dunmanway, a daughter of the deceased.  Effects under £50

Robert Patterson, late of Farranthomas, National School teacher who died 20th May, 1892 at same place.  Letters of Administration granted to his widow Mary Patterson. February 5th 1867 Robert Patterson schoolmaster Scrahan father Richard Patteson and Mary Shorten farmer’s daughter Scrahan father Stephen Shorten James Freke Rector “Pattison, Richard Protestant Franlobbus Shilliritane

19th August, 1860.  George Patterson Of Richard and Elizabeth, Maulnarogy (Maulnarouga) school house, teacher.  Born 26th July, 1860

Rathclarin and Kilbrittain. Visitation 1870 John Pattison Teacher John Pattison paid by , encumbent, Mrs Alcock Stawell.  10 boys average 9, 8 girls average 7 ,needlework grantuity S. M. wife Jonas Alcock Esq., John Pattison 249 acres “Representative Church Body Library, Dublin
Records of the Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross. D. 12″ 48 plus i Scotch dissenter

Pattison, William Church of Ireland Carrigskullihy, Dunmanway 1901 42, married Census 1910

Pattison, George Henry Church of Ireland Durrus, Clashadoo 1901 17 teaching English and Mathematics. father John, 52, wife Mary born Co. Tipperary, teacher of needle work, has Irish as do children, Census 1910

Pattison, John Church of Ireland Durrus, Clashadoo 1901 52, wife Mary born Co. Tipperary, teacher of needle work, has Irish as do children, Census 1910

1699 Rent Roll of Diocese of Cork, including, Bantry, Calve Islands, Crookhaven, Dunmanway (Nedineaghbeg), Innishannon, Kilbrogan, Kinneagh, Priest Leap with Obligation to Serve in Manor Court of Aughadown


 

 

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1699 Rent Roll of Diocese of Cork, including, Bantry, Calve Islands, Crookhaven, Dunmanway (Nedineaghbeg in 1788 in possession of Cork Bankers Hoares), Innishannon, Kilbrogan, Kinneagh, Priest Leap with Obligation to Serve in Manor Court of Aughadown.

 

FRom REv. Doctor Charles webster, Diocese of Cork

 

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1657, Inventory of Lands of The See of Cork (Dioceses of Church of Ireland) in Barony of Carbery East and West (Including Dunmanway, Kilcrohane, Schull, Ballydehob) With Conflicting Claims to Land.

https://durrushistory.com/2015/10/18/1657-inventory-of-lands-of-the-see-of-cork-dioceses-of-church-of-ireland-in-barony-of-carbery-east-and-west-including-dunmanway-kilcrohane-schull-ballydehob-with-conflicting-claims-to-land/

Possible Norman Connection:

Outer reach of Norman Conquest in West Cork, Caheragh in ownership pre 1317 of John de Cogan, cluster of Norman surnames in area Burke, Barrett, Goggin, devolution of Townlands to Monasteries of Youghal and Waterford.

 

https://durrushistory.com/2014/07/01/outer-reach-of-norman-conquest-in-west-cork-caheragh-in-ownership-pre-1317-of-john-de-cogan-cluster-of-norman-surnames-in-area-burke-barrett-goggin-devolution-of-townlands-to-monasteries-of-yough/

 

 

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Townlands and Placenames, 1794 Principal Inhabitants Thanks to Government, 1870 Registered Vestrymen, Kilmeen Parish History, 1975 Dan O’Leary, Funded by Jerry Beechinor


Thanks to Bill Fahy:

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Courtesy: Kilmeen Parish History, 1975 Dan O’Leary, Funded by Jerry Beechinor.

Jerry Beechinor was pioneering agriculturalist and prominent businessman.  Probably native to the local area,  he was Chairman of Cork Marts, International Meat Packers.

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Kilmeen

14th March 1794, Cork Evening Post

On the eve of the  Assizes The Minister, Churchwardens, and the Principal Inhabitants of Kilmeen thank the Government for their aid when their property was attacked by a deluded mob.

Isaac Watson, Minister

James Hegartie and Sam Bateman, churchwardens

Francis Bennett, Letter

John Wright

Benjamin Wright

William Norwood

John Wallis

Jeffry Wallis

Thomas Northridge

Adam Hegartie

John Wolfe

George Fuller

Daniel Chambers

Pat Murrahin

Pat Boohane

Dan Boohane

Owen Noonan

Robert Birchinell (Burchill)

Jeremiah Donovan

Cornelius Dwyer

Cornelius Cahalane

Daniel Cahalane

 

Likely all people of some substance.   

 

Courtesy: Kilmeen Parish History, 1975 Dan O’Leary, Funded by Jerry Beechin

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https://durrushistory.com/2018/07/30/edward-townsend-esq-commissioner-bombay-presidency-of-the-honourable-east-india-company-1810-1882-cuilnaconarha-kilmeen-clonkilty/

https://durrushistory.com/2018/05/29/1762-will-of-samuel-doherty-coolnaconnaght-parish-of-kilmeen-clonakilty-executor-samuel-doherty-could-not-sign-having-been-blinded-by-smallpox-other-doherty-wills-shinnach-smallpox/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/12/17/1832-lord-john-carbery-evans-freke-6th-baron-carbery-1765-1845-1821-castle-freke-rosscarbery-pamphlet-urging-reform-of-cork-grand-jury-places-mentioned-parishes-of-kilmeen-kilmacabea-ross/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2015/04/28/kilmeen-church-of-ireland-dioceses-of-ross-burials-1864-70-vestry-books-1853-70-preacherreader-books-school-rolls-1850s-60s/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2014/09/02/burial-register-parish-of-kilmeen-church-of-ireladn-dioceses-of-ross-from-1843-2/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2017/10/06/1744-denis-ocullane-variation-of-collins-aged-24-drimoleague-pedigree-to-ancient-family-properties-in-east-carbery/

 

 

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1659 Census (Probably from Hearth Money Tax Rolls) 1659.

 

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In relation to the O’Hurley forfeitures it has been suggested that the Protestant Hurley family of Kilmeen, Schoolteachers later Doctors are the direct descendant of the O’Hurleys of Ballinacarriga Castle, the name Randal runs in the family.

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Registered Vestrymen of Christ Church, Kilmeen, 1870.

 

Francis, Earl of Bandon, Castle Bernard, Bandon

Edward Hume Townsend, Coolnaconartha

Horace Webb Townsend, Coolnaconartha

Edward Smyth, Knocks House

Abraham Buttimer, Geragh and Derrivereen

William Pattison, Geagh

Daniel Hurley, Derrivereen

David John Gillman, Doctor of Divinity and  Deacon, Geragh

John Harwick, Kilmeen Rectory Lodge

John Hawkins, Geragh (left parish)

John Sullivan, Coolnaconartha

Joseph Roper, Ballygurteen (went to London)

James Garvey, Ballygurteen (left the Parish)

Samuel Bateman, Liscubba

William H. Northridge, Liscubba

Henry Burchell Liscubba, (left the parish)

Charles Robinson, Kilmeen Cottage (left the parish)

Jonathan Wolfe, Coolnacocartha (left the parish)

John Bateman, Coolnaconartha

Jonathan Bateman, Kildee

Charles Northridge, Liscubba

William Wolfe, Dereen

Thomas Beamish, Killmod

Sampson Beamish, Kilmalooda

Samuel Northridge, Millenagun

Thomas Northridge, Millenagun, (let the parish)

John Northridge, Millengun, (left the parish)

Benjamin Northridge, Millenagun, (went to America)

Thomas Damery, Liscubba

Samuel Bateman, Coolnaconartha and Rossmore

Bennett M. Gillman, ‘The Retreat’, Clonakilty

Thomas Beamish, Cahermore

Henry Northridge, Junior, Liscubba

Joseph Woods, Millengun (left the parish)

Samuel Ford Junior, Knockea

Robert Buttimer, Knockawaddra, (left the parish)

William Hobbs, Millenagun

William Thornton, Dundanion, Co. Cork

Thomas Bryan, Caherkirky

George Ross, Knockawaddra

John Ross, Knockwaddra

Benjamin Shorten, Knockawaddra

William Buttimer, Ballinvard

William Buttimer, Junior, Ballinvard

Charles Payne, Lissnabrinna

John Hornibrook, Clouncarigeen

Thomas Nash, Oak Mount, (left the parish)

John Gabriel, Coolnanonartha (left the parish)

Anthony Kilroy, Ballygurteen, (left the parish)

James Greer, Geagh School House, (left the parish)

 

Courtesy: Kilmeen Parish History, 1975 Dan O’Leary, Funded by Jerry Beechinor.

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1805 Return by Commissioners Appointed under Act 40, George 111, cap.34, King of England Compensation for Abolition of Pocket and Rotten Boroughs.  Baltimore, Sir Richard Freke, Bart., £15,000/£17.3 Million, Richard Boyle Townsend, Dingle, £15,000/£17.3 Million, Rathcormac, Francis Earl of Bandon, Sampson Stawell (Kinsale) Viscount Doneraile, Trustees in will of of Lord Riversdale, 1787,  (Hull,  Schull family), £15,000/£17.3 Million, Clonakilty, Richard Earl of Shannon (Great Earl of Cork descendant), £15,000/£17.3 Million.


 

1805 Return by Commissioners Appointed under Act 40, George 111, cap.34, King of England Compensation for Abolition of Pocket and Rotten Boroughs.  Baltimore, Sir Richard Freke, Bart., £15,000/£17.3 Million, Richard Boyle Townsend, Dingle, £15,000/£17.3 Million, Rathcormac, Francis Earl of Bandon, Sampson Stawell (Kinsale) Viscount Doneraile, Trustees in will of of Lord Riversdale, 1787,  (Hull,  Schull family), £15,000/£17.3 Million, Clonakilty, Richard Earl of Shannon (Great Earl of Cork descendant), £15,000/£17.3 Million.

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http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/8412/eppi_pages/196908

To get an idea of the value of £15,000 in 1805, the salary offered to new teachers in the National Education System around 1828 was £28 a year a multiple of 535.  The starting pay for a teacher in Ireland is now €36,000.  A multiple of that is €19.26 million or £17.3 million sterling.

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Re Townsend see site of Colonel John Townsend re family:

 

http://www.astro.wisc.edu/~townsend/tree/home.php

 

Baltimore

Sir John Freke, 1766, Castle Freke, Committed to the county Gaol,  By Sir John Freke, Bart., CORNELIUS HAYES, JEREMIAH DEMPSEY, PETER CAIN, and DANIEL HURLEY, charged with riotously assembling with several others and committing several acts of outrage in the town of Ross, and with being concerned in assaulting and wounding Isaac Hewit, and Parker Roche.  Map of estate by Thomas Sherrard 1787.  John and Elizabeth Gore had issue:-  Sir John Freke, Bart, 6th Baron Carbery, born 11th November 1765 who represented the borough of Donegal in the Irish Parliament and on 25th January, 1783 he married his cousin Catherine Charlotte Saunders, third daughter of his uncle, the Earl of Arran.  Address: Saunders Court, Co Wexford. Catherine Charlotte was born Sept 1766 and died 23rd February 1852.

John was grandmaster of the Freemasons of Munster.  He died 12th May 1844 aged 80. Of Castle Freke, Laxton Hall in Northamptonshire and of Belgrave Square in London.  He sat as Sir John Freke in the Irish House of Commons. 1805 Return by Commissioners Appointed under Act 40, George 111, cap.34, King of England Compensation for Abolition of Pocket and Rotten Boroughs.  Baltimore, Sir Richard Freke, Bart., £15,000/£17.3 Million. He was the son of John and Elizabeth Gore and succeeded to the title of Baronet on the death of his father on 20th March 1777.  In 1807 on the death of his cousin John, fifth Lord Carbery, he succeeded to the peerage. He was one of the largest landed proprietors in Ireland and constantly resided on his estates.

Left estate valued at £90,000 (c €100 million 2018 equivalent). Left rental of estates for life to his wife.  On his death he directed that the principal family seat and residence should be Castle and that his inheritor should reside there at least four months in the year.  If the inheritor was to become Catholic, the interest in the estate would cease and go to the next in line provided such party was Protestant.

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Francis Bernard, 1st Earl of Bandon (1755-1830), 1772, Castle Bernard, Bandon, only son James Bernard and Esther Smith d Percy Smith.  M Lady Catherine Henrietta Boyle d Richard, 2nd Earl of Shannon. MP Ennis 1778-83, Delegate 1783 to Irish Volunteer convention.  Requested to be president of Bandon Brunswick Constitutional Club 1828 donated £50. Bandonbridge in Irish Parliament to 1790.  Lady Charlotte Bernard, 2nd daughter married 3rd Viscount Doneraile. Freeman of Cork 1777. 1805 Return by Commissioners Appointed under Act 40, George 111, cap.34, King of England Compensation for Abolition of Pocket and Rotten Boroughs.  Rathcormac, Francis Earl of Bandon, Sampson Stawell (Kinsale) Viscount Doneraile, Trustees in will of of Lord Riversdale, 1787,  (Hull, Schull family), £15,000/£17.3 Million.

Lord Riversdale Hull line, later William Baron Riversdale (Tonson), Lisnegar, Rathcormac.  Pre 1830. Deputy Lieutenant 1832, listed 1838 Presumable ancestor

 

Mrs. Mary O’Leary, Borlin, Bantry, Born Whiddy Island, Died 1958 aged 100.  Her Uncle Reached Age of 111, Lived in Three Centuries (1792-1903)


Mrs. Mary O’Leary, Borlin, Bantry, Born Whiddy Island, Died 1958 aged 100.  Her Uncle Reached Age of 111, Lived in Three Centuries (1792-1903)

https://durrushistory.com/2018/08/08/cork-mercantile-chronicle-4th-may-1808-death-of-mrs-mary-duke-relict-of-the-late-edward-duke-of-bandon-aged-105-years-she-enjoyed-the-happiness-of-seeing-177-of-her-children-grand-children/

 

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Survey of Lislee Glebe Dioceses of Ross, Co. Cork, Old and New by John Molony 1801 showing Pound, Courtmacsherry Road, Earl of Shannon’s land at Ballincurrig, and Hodges and Foster and Co, Grafton St., Dublin Survey.


West Cork History

Survey of Lislee Glebe Dioceses of Ross, Co. Cork, Old and New by John Molony 1801 showing Pound, Courtmacsherry Road, Earl of Shannon’s land at Ballincurrig, and Hodges and Foster and Co, Grafton St., Dublin Survey.

Some Lislee Church of Ireland Records

Other Molony Survey:

https://durrushistory.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/survey-by-john-mollowny-1st-june-1769-of-estate-of-daniel-odonovan-esq-east-carbery-at-killyling-consisting-of-705-acres-townlands-mentioned-carran-gorteenadooge-knockadagh-ballyaroo-and-lag/

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Alleged Ignorance of the Plough. Reen, Bantry, 1800. 1832 From Dublin Penny Journal. Glengariff. Ripening Outdoor Grapes in Bantry, Mr.Tuckey, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Hutchins of Ardnagashel


The Belfast Monthly Magazine Vol. 10, No. 55 (Feb. 28, 1813), pp. 120-121.

The assertion may be correct right up to the 1860s there were strenuous efforts by some Landlords and their Agents to promote productive agriculture but with scant results. The Land tenure at the time did not generally help.

 

This may have been on either the Kenmare (Brown) or Bantry (White) Estate.

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The Dublin Penny Journal
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Aiten Alive With Fleas (Dreancaid in Irish) Until DDT Came Along. John Philpot Curran, Eaten alive by fleas while on ircuit in Carlow, wrote ‘An Ode to Fleas’


Aiten Alive With Fleas (Dreancaid in Irish) Until DDT Came Along.

Hard to believe now but for those in their 70s upwards a house even prosperous ones was often shared with fleas. As you went down the social scale the more acute the problem.  Children would dread going to school exposing their necks with multiple flea bites. The miraculously appearance in the 1950s of DDT and a few puffs on the beds fleas gone.  The use of turf for the fire was supposed to exacerbate the problem of infestation.

From the early 1950s DDT was used extensively with miraculous results prior to it being questioned for its long term potential toxic qualities.

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John Philpot Curran, Cork born poor scholar, teacher, journalist, barrister, judge, father of Sarah Curran betrothed of executed patriot, Robert Emmett. Eaten alive by fleas while on circuit in Carlow, wrote ‘An Ode to Fleas’

James Joyce in Ulysses refers to Philpot and the flea.

 

 

Dineen’s Irish Dictionary:

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