For post on Freke- Evans estates
Another survey of the Shuldham Estate in Dunmanway in the general area was done in 1801-3 possibly for raising a mortgage on the estate.
A surveyor Thomas Sherrard prepared maps of the estates of Sir John Freke-Evans including Ballycomane in Durrus which map was done in 1788. In the mid 1500s the Ballycomane lands came into the possession of the Coppinger family by way of mortgage from the McCarthys and were still Coppinger lands at the time of the Down Survey 1660s.
The Map divides the townland into
West 210 acres arable and mountain pasture
Middle 266 acres arable and pasture
Lisheen 305 acres arable and mountain
Mountain 318 acres coarse mountain
East 213 acres arable and mountain
The owners of nearby townlands are given
Glenlough, Moulivard and Clonee Hugh Hutchinson.
West Clonee Arthur Hyde (probably of Castlehyde House, Fermoy now house of Michael Flatley).
James Bernard Carrighvoy, Dromtineheen Crutee
Eviction Timothy Harrington 1887s:
Ballycomane was the scene of a notorious eviction by the Trustees of Lord Carbery in the 1880s, this was raised by James Gilhooley the Bantry based MP in the House of Commons, London.