Thomas Swanton (1810-1866), Scholar, Landlord, Crianliath, Ballydehob and his wife (married 1835) Jane Sullivan of Tedagh Durrus Branch of ‘Hurrig’, Sullivans


Re the Sullivans of Tedagh, Vickerys, Sweetnams, Dukelows etc .

As an example of new documentary sources become available I recently got a message from a descendant of Michael Sullivan and Mary Vickery m 1785 found he could fill in a few gaps in the biography of Thomas Swanton of Cranliath, enthusiastic proponent of the Irish language, the arts in general and all round compassionate gentleman.

His wife was from the  Sullivan/O’Sullivan Tedagh, family, Parish of Durrus but on the Bantry side of the Parish. Through the 1884 will of her sister Maria, (http://census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/wr/007604243_00329.pdf).  Now that the Registry of Deeds memorials are online and this has provided further details about Thomas Swanton.

Thomas married Jane Sullivan in 1835 (Marriage Licence Bonds); Jane was a daughter of John Sullivan, oldest son of Michael Sullivan and Mary Vickery (of Whiddy Island) at Tedagh, they married 1785. An 1839 deed describes Thomas, then living at Ballybay, Parish of Skull, as the second son of Job Swanton, formerly of Ballybay, but then of Bawnaknockane, also parish of Skull.

By August 1841 a land deed shows that Thomas had moved to Cranliath, and several subsequent deeds confirm that “Cranliath” was in, or part of, the townland of Sparrograda. The family lived there for perhaps 20 years, but in March 1860 a deed refers to Thomas Swanton of Ballydehob village, lately of “Croumleagh”. It is impossible to say why the family had left Cranliath, but it is possible that Thomas’ compassionate nature during such harsh times had led the family into reduced financial circumstances. The Freeman’s Journal record of the death at Bantry on 20th July 1861 of Thomas Swanton Esq of Ballydehob, is therefore almost certainly Thomas formerly of Cranliath.

An 1869 deed gives widow Jane Swanton’s children as Robert and Jane, then adults, and John, Hannah and Fanny aged under 21. The family were not blessed with good health – three children had died during the 1850s, and son John died later the same year as the deed in which he was named. Their other son Robert lived until at least 1891, when he was described as a Bank Accountant of Bandon when named as executor of his Aunt Maria Sullivan’s will. His fate after that date is unknown.

On Thomas Swanton, In referring to his move from Cranliath to Ballydehob village indicated in an 1860 deed, I should really have mentioned that that deed was a court judgement regarding a £300 owed by Thomas to Robert Shannon, a farmer of Rooska,  of which £150 was still due. This confirms that his financial circumstances had indeed been reduced

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Hurrigs:

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https://durrushistory.com/2015/09/05/robert-sullivanosullivan-esq-tedagh-parish-of-durrus-bantry-to-new-orleans-1845/

https://durrushistory.com/2017/07/11/1812-cork-rates-of-tax-on-hearts-and-windows-greyhounds-at-1-per-annum-miscellaneous-dogs-hounds-pointers-setting-dog-spaniel-lurcher-terrier-at-10-shillings-male-servants-lo/

Obituary Mr. John Copithorne, Kilcoe, Skibbereen, West Cork, and Mrs Ann Copithorne 1908.


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Obituary Mr. John Copithorne, KIlcoe, Skibbereen, West Cork, and Mrs Ann Copithorne 1908.

Funeral to family plot Aughadown of John Copithorne aged 24, ill for a number of years, officiated by Rev. A B Sweetnam.  This is from the late Mrs. Mary Dukelow nee Fuller, Brahalish one of West Cork’s foremost genealogical like apparently her father of Liscaha, Schull.

Thomas and Willy brothers

Annie, Minnie, Sarah sisters

William Copithorne

Thomas Copithorne

Charles and William Dukelow uncles probably Durrus

Wreaths from

Uncle Tom Aunt Moe? and Leslie

  1. Allen
  2. Trinder

Johnny Kelly

  1. H.. Townsend
  1. Beamish and family

Buried 12th July 1908.

John Copithorne old and respected after an illness of a  number of months buried Aughadown, officiated by Rev. A B Sweetnam.

Mrs Copithorne, wife

Sons Thomas James Daughters Annie, Minnie, Sarah

Charles, William, James Dukelow brothers in law

Thomas Copithorne, Bantry

Thomas Copithorne, Gubbeen

Johnnie Dukelow, nephew

Samuel Copithorne, Thomas…

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1822 . West Cork Subscribers to An Inquiry Concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland – Thomas WOOD (M.D.)


1822 . West Cork Subscribers to An Inquiry Concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland – Thomas WOOD (M.D.)

 

(https://books.google.ie/books?id=NBJhAAAAcAAJ&pg=PR8&lpg=PR8&dq=Dr+Thomas+Wood%E2%80%99s+%E2%80%98Primitive+Inhabitants+of+Ireland.&source=bl&ots=QMlTLPeDph&sig=CK-_o1S81bpEy-bpZMX4RtDotsI&hl=ga&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjazs7l-KLYAhWICsAKHVyIDM0Q6AEIKTAB#v=onepage&q=Dr%20Thomas%20Wood%E2%80%99s%20%E2%80%98Primitive%20Inhabitants%20of%20Ireland.&f=false)

 

West Cork Subscribers at start of book, mostly Cork or with Cork Connections.

 

Subscribers:

 

Right Honourable Lord Audley, Glandore?

 

Rev. George Armstrong,  Rosscarbery

 

Julius F. Armstrong, Rosscarbery

 

Philip Armstrong, Rosscarbery, probably later Doctor, Castletownbere, Timothy Collins, Attorney Cork may be related:  Killingley (Ballygarvan) father Timothy Margaret O’Leary both decd, affidavit of brother-in-law George Armstrong, wife Mary Armstrong, son 2nd Thomas King’s Inns B. 1821.  National Library has book on Cork 1783 election, published by Bennett, Cork c 1820,  with his name. Wife Charlotte Louise d 1904 aged 80.  Attending Great Meeting re Poor Law in 1840, Bantry.  Mentioned at  protest meeting Cork 1842 re Medical Charities Bill and effect on fever hospital. Son George William Frederick Armstrong MD, d 1893.  Brother for a while 1842 Dispensary Doctor.

 

The Right Honourable The Earl of  Bantry, (8 copies)

 

Viscount Berehaven

 

Rev. Dr. Sealy Baldwin, Cork of Bandon family

 

Rev. Henry Beamish, KInsale

 

Dr. John Beamish, M.D., Kinsale

 

George Beamish, Kinsale

 

Rev. Dr. Beauford, M.R.I.A., possibly of Meath Scientific family

 

Rev. W. L. Beauford, Innishannon

 

  1. N. Bird, Bantry, extended family long tie fish merchants

 

Richard Lewis Blair, Blair’s Cove, Durrus

 

Lord Carbery (Evans Freke), Castlefreke, Rosscarbery, (2 copies)

 

Patrick Coffee, Dunmanway

 

Henry Cox, Manor House, Dunmanway, descendant Sir Richard Cox founder Dunmanway

 

Rev. D. Crowley, P.P., Carrigaline

 

Mrs Daunt, Snugmore, Kinsale

 

George Digby Daunt, Kinsale

 

Captain W. Flemyng (Fleming?), Captain Honourable East India Company’s Artillery

 

John Freke, Baltimore, Skibbereen, may be Excise Collector.

 

John Galwey, Fort Richard, Kinsale

 

  1. Harnett, Oysterhaven, Kinsale

 

Rev. H. Harris, Castletownbere

 

William Hull, Leamcon, Schull

 

Edward McCarthy, Bandon

 

Rev J. Meade, Ballintubber, Kinsale

 

Michael and John Murphy Newtown, Bantry, milling family , middlemen on Kenmare Estate, Bantry

 

John Nason, KInsale

 

Rev. H. T. Newman, KIlbrogan, Bandon

 

John Spiller Newman, Kinsale

 

John Prior Rosscarbery

 

  1. Rochford, Garrettstown , Kinsale descendant of Kearneys

 

Right Honourable The Earl of Shannon, (2 copies) estates Bandon, Clonakilty.  Descendant Richard Boyle, Great Earl of Cork

 

Jonas Stawell, KIlbrittain, Kinsale

 

Rev .Dr. Stewart, Clonakilty

 

John Teulon, Blackrock, of Huguenot ancestry later wealthy Bandon family

 

John Teulon, Junior, KInsale

 

  1. C. Townsend, Rosscarbery

 

Thomas Toye, Clonakilty

 

John Travers, Garrycloyne of Timoleague origin

 

Rev. Thoms Tuckey, Dunmanway

 

Rev. Thomas Walker, Kilmaloda, Bandon

 

Counsellor White, Dublin may have Banry connections

 

1799, Act of Union, West Cork Supporters with Some Background Information. We are fully persuaded that the Union would add to the welfare, the credit and immediate prosperity of Ireland.


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1799, Act of Union, West Cork Supporters with Some Background Information. We are fully persuaded that the Union would add to the welfare, the credit and immediate prosperity of Ireland.

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Belfast Newsletter, 30th July 1799

We are fully persuaded that the Union would add to the welfare, the credit and immediate prosperity of Ireland.

1799, Act of Union, Cork Supporters



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Recommended, another excellent book from Catherine Fitzmaurice (Bandon Genealogy), following her books on North Main St, Bandon and the Tresilian family. This book apart from the particular families, excellent on woollen/textile business West Cork. 18th century exports to Portugal, Brazil. Incidentally people can purchase the book either on amazon or in Bandon Books in Bandon.


 

 

Recommended, another excellent book from Catherine Fitzmaurice (Bandon Genealogy), following her books on North Main St, Bandon and the Tresilian family. This book apart from the particular families, excellent on woollen/textile business West Cork. 18th century exports to Portugal, Brazil. Incidentally people can purchase the book either on amazon or in Bandon Books in Bandon.

 

Catherine Fitzmaurice (Bandon Genealogy)

http://www.bandon-genealogy.com/

 

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1860. Listed Subscribers to Pope’s Tribute 1860, parishes of Bantry, Caheragh, Drimoleague, Durrus, West Cork.


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1860. Listed Subscribers to Pope’s Tribute 1860, parishes of Bantry, Caheragh, Drimoleague, Durrus, West Cork.

These lists are often indicative of the local hierarch as in the sitting in churches the more affluent near the top.

Cork Examiner08 June 1860

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Gallery

From James Joyce ‘Ulysses’, ‘Dick Adams (Castletownbere born), the besthearted bloody Corkman the Lord ever put the breath of life in’ Journalist, Barrister, Defender of Parnell, Later County Court Judge Limerick and some Bantry Lawyers.

This gallery contains 7 photos.


Originally posted on West Cork History:
From James Joyce ‘Ulysses’, ‘Dick Adams (Castletownbere born), the besthearted bloody Corkman the Lord ever put…

1780, West Cork Subscribers to John Fitzgerald’s Cork Remembrancer


 

 

 

1780, West Cork Subscribers to John Fitzgerald’s Cork Remembrancer

 

 

https://books.google.ie/books?id=zocPAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA150&lpg=PA150&dq=walter+travers+1780+cork&source=bl&ots=XOA5pAk7Js&sig=Iw4E8YXw8jBz9cw8MVaxIPu__qc&hl=ga&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi-09HG9YrYAhUIFewKHdaPA1sQ6AEIRDAF#v=onepage&q=walter%20travers%201780%20cork&f=false

 

  1. Subscribers to John Fitzgerald’s Cork Remembrancer

 

Most of the subscribers do not have a homeplace allocated, this is an educated guess for many

 

Bandon

 

Francis Bernard Beamish, Esq.,

Bernard Blake

Joshua Connor

Francis Cottrell

Bartholomew Donovan, Kinneagh

Thomas Richard Fuller, Ensign 68th Regiment

John Heard Esq., Bandon

John Lapp, Esq., Bandon?

James Galway

John Garvin

Herbert Gilman, Esq. Oldpark near Bandon

Matthew Gilman

Richard Gilman, Esq.

John Hawkes, Esq., Surmount

John Hornibrook

Thomas Hornibrook

George Oliffe (10 copies)

Robert Oliffe

Alcock Ottley

John Swanton

James Sweeny

Thomas Vearin (Varian?)

John Wright, Ballihineen (Ballineen?)

 

Bantry

 

Richard Blair. Esq.

possibly Blairs Cove

John Blatchford, Senior

John Blatchford, Junior

Thomas Clarke

Isaac Dowe

John Hoskins

Captain Benjamin Hutchins

Michael Lyne, possibly Beara

John Lyne, Possibly Beara

Thomas Lyne, possibly Bera

John Bird John

John Murphy, Esq., Newtown

John Bird Nicholas

  1. Bird Nicholas

William Pattison

R(oger?) Sullivan, Glengariff

John Young Robert

Thomas Young Robert

 

Clonakilty

 

Thomas Alleyn, Esq., (Ballydivane?)

 

Courtmacsherry

 

John Travers

Thomas Travers,

Walter Travers, Esq., (2 sets), Sheriff Cork, 1762

 

Dunmanway

 

Barnabas Deane

Abraham Jagoe

Rev. Arthur O’Leary, Capuchin essayist born Acres, Dunmanway

 

Kinsale

 

Robert Bullen Esq.,

Michael Daly

Samuel Doniclift, KInsale Volunteers

Lieutenant Thomas Dunne, Kinsale Volunteers

Laurence Hayden

James Kearney, Esq. Garretstown?

Arthur Keeffe

Daniel Keeffe

John Lane

William Mahony

Robert Phelan

Rev. Ulick Sheehy, Timoleague

Adam Murray Stewart, (2 copies)

Hans Stewart, Surveyor of KInsale

Miss Mary Anne Stewart

Mrs. Peniel Westropp

Miss Dora Westropp

 

Skibbereen

 

Tim Crowley

Denis Driscoll

John Driscoll (2 books)

Samuel Jervois, Esq., Brade?

Hugh Somerville

Hugh Sommerville, Esq.

John Somerville Esq., Lieutenant in the  Navy

 

John Sullivan one of Cork city Coroners related to Limricks of Schull Family may have originated around there

 

Likely Connections

Master H. Townsend Daly

Charles Hodnett

Thomas Hurly

Colonel Tonson, Hull descendant owner of West Cork Estates

William Regn

James Regan

Peter Skuse

William Roycroft of Ardaroastig

Rev. Edward Townsend, D. D.

 

 

 

1871 Western Tenantry Entertained by Lord Bandon on coming of age of Lord Bernard, at Durrus Court (Gearhameen).  Dinner provided by James Philips of Durrus and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Cork.   Toasts to : ‘Her Majesty the Queen’, ‘The Prince and Princes of Wales’, and the Royal Family ‘The Lord Lieutenant and Prosperity to Ireland’, ‘Army Navy and Reserve Forces’ Among those present Earl of Bantry, Captain Whitman, Colonel Aldworth, Rev. John Triphook, Schull, Rev. W. Fisher, Teampall na mBocht, Goleen, William S. Tisdall, probably related to Murphys of Newtown, Bantry, William Morris, Michael Hungerford Morris, J.P., Evanson descendant, Friendly Cove., Rev. W. Dulea, later Parish Priest Durrus, Rev. R. Noble, Rev Hicks, Rev. Pratt, Durrus, Dr. Thomas Henry Sandiford, M.D., Dispensary Doctor, Captain Thomas, Mine Owner, Mr. Andrews, Lady Mary Aldworth nee Bernard, Bandon, Lady Elizabeth White, Lady Ina White, Lady Jane White, Lady Adelaide and Cathleen Bernard, Bandon, Miss Whitmore, Mrs Fisher, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Pratt, nee Murphy, Newtown, Bantry, Mrs Payne, probably wife of Somers Payne agent Lord Bantry, Mrs Tisdall, may be nee Murphy Newtown, Bantry, Mrs M Morris Miss Bessy Morris, Mrs. Sandiford Mrs. Hicks Toasts to : ‘Her Majesty the Queen’, ‘The Prince and Princes of Wales’, and the Royal Family ‘The Lord Lieutenant and Prosperity to Ireland’, ‘Army Navy and Reserve Forces’


Durrus Court, Gearhmeen, house built by Evansons c 1795 and completely restored recently.  McCarthy Mucklagh Castle c 1615 nearby.   Durrus Court used by Lord Bandon post 1854 as a summer residence adn shooting lodge other times rented out. Aldworths (North Cork) in laws alos used.

 

https://www.google.ie/maps/@51.6191573,-9.5463984,18z?hl=en

 

 

 

1871 Western Tenantry Entertained by Lord Bandon on coming of age of Lord Bernard, at Durrus Court (Gearhameen).  Dinner provided by James Philips of Durrus and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Cork.  

Toasts to :’Her Majesty the Queen’, ‘The Prince and Princes of Wales’, and the Royal Family

‘The Lord Lieutenant and Prosperity to Ireland’, ‘Army Navy and Reserve Forces’

 

Among those present

Earl of Bantry

Captain Whitman

Colonel Aldworth

Rev. John Triphook, Schull

Rev. W. Fisher, Teampall na mBochht, Goleen

William S. Tisdall

William Morris, probably related to Murphys of Newtown, Bantry.

Michael Hungerford Morris, J.P., Evanson descendant, Friendly Cove.

Rev. W. Dulea, later Parish Priest Durrus.

Rev. R. Noble

Rev Hicks

Rev. Pratt, Durrus

Dr. Thomas Henry Sandiford, M.D., Dispensary Doctor

Captain Thomas, Mine Owner

Mr. Andrews

Lady Mary Aldworth nee Bernard, Bandon

Lady Elizabeth white

Lady Ina White

Lady Jane White

Lady Adelaide and Cathleen Bernard, Bandon

Miss whitmore

Mrs Fisher

Mrs. Noble

Mrs. Pratt, nee Murphy, Newtown, Bantry

Mrs Payne, probably wife of Somers Payne agent Lord Bantry

Mrs Tisdall, may ne nee Murphy Newtown, Bantry

Mrs M Morris

Miss Bessy Morris

Mrs. Sandiford

Mrs. Hicks

 

Toasts to : ‘Her Majesty the Queen’, ‘The Prince and Princes of Wales’, and the Royal Family

‘The Lord Lieutenant and Prosperity to Ireland’, ‘Army Navy and Reserve Forces’

 

Cork Constitution September 29, 1871

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The Durrus Bandon estte was formerly forfeit McCarthy lands.  The Evansons came into possession post 1690, after thy ran in money troubles they sold to Francis Bernard, Bandon ancestor of Lord Bandon.  The Evansons were granted a lease that expired in 1854.

Details of Bandon Estate tenancies in Durrus post 1854 with named tenant are here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LVgcai4i4QWpyLFvKhEgQAMjtdhjI6VhRrBr2XMWC2U/edit#gid=0

Right. Hon. James Francis 4th Earl of Bandon (1850- , (see also Bernard) K.P., 1871, Castlebernard, Chairman Irish Landowners Association 1910 Listed 1913, listed 1922.  Married Georgina Dorothy Evans Freke d 7th Lord Carbery and wife Harriet Shouldham, the Dunmanway Shouldhams are descended on the female line from a McCarthy heiress who converted.

Michael Hungerford Morris, 1866, Friendly Cove/Ballivane, Carrigbui (Durrus), Bantry, Resident, £33, Evanson descendant. 1870 Land Return 1,157 acres. 1871 attending coming of age of Lord Bernard at banquet for Lord Bandon’s western tenants, Durrus Court, also ther, William Morris, Mrs M Morris, Miss Bessy Morris

John Pratt, 1875-1902, secured a Commissioners of Public Works loan for land improvement in Clashadoo. Grandfather and father clergymen, native of Midleton, family in Burke’s Peerage.  Married Eva Murphy, Donemark, executor in estate of William Samuel Tisdall, Donemark House 1878, £3,000 may be brother in law.  1866. JOHN PRATT~ M.A., V. Durrus and Kilcrohane, vice Freke. The church population is about 430. There are two churches-the parish church, picturesquely situated at the head of Dummanus Bay, and a small church at the north side of the parish, at Rooska, on the south side of Bantry Bay. This latter-was built in 1866. Durrus parish church was enlarged by the addition of a side aisle in 1867, at a cost of £600, and a chancel built as a gift by the Countess of Bandon. Divine Service is held in the parish church twice on Sundays and chief festivals; and on alternate Sundays at Rooska in s UIllIille.r. There is a capital sum 0’£ £1,000, the interest of which goes towards the assessment, which is £134, stipend of Rector, £250 • The present Incumbent receives a “good service” pension. He contributes £40 a year to the curate’s salary. There are three parochial schools, viz., Glebe School, N. B.; Rooska, N.B.; and Mollough, eh. Ed. Socy. Among the parochial organizations are-Branches of Young Women’s Christian Association, and Temperance Society, and a Weekly Men’s Bible Class; and there are services and meetings for C. M. S., S. P. G., Jews’ Society, Prot. Orph. Socy., Ch. Ed. Socy., Hospitals, Dio. Board of Ed’l Island and Coast Socy., etc. There is an excellent Glebe House, prettily situated close to the church. in 47 acres of glebe land. Rent and taxes amounting to about £74 a year. John Pratt, b. at Churchtown, Midleton, 22nd Oct., 1812, son of the Revd. Robt. Pratt, A.B., P. Desertmore (Brady), and grandson of the Revd. James Pratt, A.M., P. Kilnaglory, and R. V. Athnowen (Brady), and great-grandson of Robt. Pratt, Portreve of Castlemartyr. (For this family, vide ” Burke’s Landed Gentry.”) CORK·1 DURRUS AND KILCROHANE-FANLOBBUS. 49 T.CD., B.A., 1835 j M.A. 18e6. Ordained Deacon, 1840, at Killaloe, and Priest 1841, at Limerick. Curate of Kinneigh, 1840-46 j of Kilbrogan, Bandon, 1846-56 j R. Killowen, 1856-58 j R. Kilnagross, Ross. 1858-66 j Precentor of Cork, 1855, and Rural Dean of Gleansanley: He married, in 1841, Charlotte Louisa dau. of Michael Murphy, of Newtown, Bantry, brother of Rev. John Murphy, A.B., Treasurer of Cork, and R. Mogeesha, Cloyne (q. v.); and secondly, Eva, dau. of Francis Cole of Blair’s Cove, Coolculaghta, Co. Cork. Her brother, the Revd. John Francis Cole, is the present Rector of Portarlington.  Presumably Glebe Lands:  Rev John Pratt mortgage 2nd July 1885 from the Commissioners of Public Works for £60 towards land improvement at Clashadoo witnessed by E.B. Warburton Resident Magistrate, Bantry. (Registry of Deeds 1885/29/19).

 

1841 Cork election, West Carbery,  Contested Box, Names Addresses of electors


1841 Cork election, West Carbery,  Contested Box, Names Addresses of electors

 

1841 Election West Carbery Contested Box

 

https://durrushistory.com/2017/08/07/april-1689-selection-of-mps-for-borough-of-baltimore-cornelius-odonovan-morrogh-odonovan-cornelius-odonovan-of-kilmacabea-daniel-odonovan-of-kilgliny-daniel-regane-daniel-odonov/

 

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https://durrushistory.com/2016/11/06/1783-cork-city-elections-listing-of-electors-with-occupations-including-out-of-town-county-freemen/

https://durrushistory.com/2017/10/16/1783-listing-of-voters-in-cork-city-election/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/07/10/1832-election-open-voting-location-of-polling-booths-by-barony-in-co-cork/

 

https://durrushistory.com/2016/04/03/1841-county-cork-election-daniel-oconnell-and-roche-elected-leader-and-longfield-defeated-contested-votes-in-baronies-of-west-carbery-and-bere-enhanced-british-parliamentary-papers-on-irelan/

 

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